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They Swing Along Highways and
Through Woods in Groups
of Varying Size*
New York.-One must walk nowa
days to be In the swim. Statistics
gleaned from the out-door departments
of the newspapers, from tho Hoy Scout
and Campfire Girls' organizations,
from tho Y. M. C. A. branches; and
kindred bodies, from scores of amateur
athletic clubs and from the leading
dealers In sporting goods, indicate that
"Best Walkers Make Best Citizens,"
Says Mayor of Now York.
today there oro no less than 8,000
hiking clubs In Grentor New York,
with a total membership of more than
n quarter of a million mon and wom
en, who ore keeping themselves in the
pink of condition and experiencing the
real joy of living by getting regularly
out into tho open country with no oth
er means of locomotion than their God
given legs.
The city of New York has taken offi
cial notice of the movement. On three
occasions recently. Mayor Hylan has
congratulated the boys and glrlg of the
public schools upon their enthusiasm
In taking up the new sport of hiking.
In 1I1B dedication of the great new pub
lic playground In tho Dronx the other
day Mayor Hylan extolled the athletic
tendencies of the boys and girls and
Impressed upon them that there was
no better or more profitable way In
which they could pass their vacations
and utilize their holidays than by the
excursions into field and forest of their
walking clubs. He gave the same
message to the Amateur Athletic Un
ion of Brooklyn a few dnys later, and
whon a club of Kent Side boys nod girls
visited him at city hull preparatory to
a bike to the tomb of Roosevelt at
Oyster Buy ho assured thom thnt tko
best walkers among thuin wouid make
the best citizens.
Walk and Be Well
No less enthusiastic a champion of
the walking game ls Dr. Royal S.
Copeland, city health commissioner.
"The benefit to health and the safe
guard to morals to bo found In long
walks," snld Dr. Copeland In an In
terview, "ore too apparent to speak
of them. If one takes long walks alone
lt ls well, for he walks the rond of
health, but If ho tokes long walks In
company lt ls better for be adds the
tonic of companionship to his exercise
Walking ls tho one form ot exercise In
which Ibero ls the minimum risk of
overdoing lt. In short, I consider
walking the most b?n?ficiai of nil exer
cises and lt ls never out of season."
"Never in my life time," said Ed
Ward R. Wilbur, manager of a nation
ally known sporting goods store, "havo
I known such a demand as now for out
door garments and shoes and stock
ings and appliances for the tourist's
luncheon box. The rapid spread and
tremendous popularity of tho walking
club iden has no parallel In our ex
"The hiker can make his requisite
Just what ho feels TJke spending. Real
ly, there aro only two or three articles
Indispensable to hiking-thick walking
shoes that allow lots of room, thick
woolen socks and clothing that will
give freedom of limb. He should have
a canvas or leather musette bag, such
as the soldiers used in France.
The Cow In th? Knapsack
MTo get tho real benefit and Joy out
of hiking luncheon should bo carried
And prepared and eaten In tho open.
Bread and cheese, a few slices of
bacon, sumo coffee, a can of condensed
milk, and a cake of chocolate fur
nish high-powered fuel for the hiker
and aro readily and happily assimi
lated even by those who In their pre
hlklng dnys were nffilctcd with di
Restive apparatus so feeble ns to bolk
at crackers nnd milk. Fortunately for
the hiker, he can replenish his simple
Inrdor nt any cross-roads store and
provide himself with thc most nutri
tious and appetizing food in a form
that can bo conveniently carried.
"No single development in tho prob
lem of food transportation for tho
hunter, fisherman, hlkor and all lovers
of tho out-of-doors can compare with
the gift bestowed by the man who
first found tho way to make con
densed milk, thereby putting a dairy
?In every mnn's knapsack. Before long
there will bo a national association of
hikers, and Gall Borden will be Its pa
tron saint. Such an nssoclntlon could do
much to encourage the spread of tho
j most beneficial and universal of all
! outdoor pastimes, map out Interesting
routes, secure tho establishment of
.abettors, rost-stntlons, and camp sites
at suitable locations, and Insure the
rights of pedestrians on country
, roads."
Tho Romans In ancient timos used
to biro women to weep nt funerals.
Se\'oral Meetings Also Arrangea for
County Candidates in Oconce.
Winnsboro, Thursday, Aug. 3.
Chester, Friday, Aug. 4. .
Union, Saturday, Aug. 5.
(Rest eight days.)
Newberry, Monday, Aug. 14.
Greenwood, Tuesday, Aug. 15.
.Laurens, Wednesday, Aug. 16.
Abbeville Thursday, Aug. 17.
McCormick, Friday, Aug. 18.
Anderson, Saturday, Aug. 19.
Wallinna, Monday, Aug. 21.
Plckons, Tuesday, Aug. 22.
Greenville, Wednosdny, Aug. 23.
Gaffney, Thursday, Aug. 24.
Spartanburg, Friday, Aug. 25.
Cconco Candidates' Meetings.
Campaign meetings for tho Oconeo
county candidates havo boon arrang
ed for hy tho County Executive Com
mittee. (Other mootlngs may be had
if citizens of other sections apply to
tho County Executive Committee for
same. Write tho secretary, D. A.
Smith, concerning same, or to James
H. Brown, County Chairman.)
Oakway.Aug. 5.
Long Creek.Aug. ll.
Westminster.Aug. 12.
Seneca.Aug. 19.
Salem.Aug. 25.
Walhalla .Aug. 26.
The Third District Campaign.
Greenwood Court House, Aug. 3d,
10.30 a. m.
Abbeville, Aug. 6, 3.30 p. m.
Anderson, Aug. 12, 3.3 0 p. m.
Walhalla, Aug. 2?, :?.:*0 p. m.
When Baby Frets
Dr. Thornton's Easy Teeth
er Will Remove the
Cause of Pain.
Watch carefully, mother, for fever
ishness, BOUT stomach, coated tongue.
cold and colic, or r.tonmch ur.d bowel
disorders, (Jive tho crying, restitu?t
ch i 1<1 n fow demo;? o? Dr. Thornton*
Easy Teether and noto the Immediate
improvement. This old reliable baby
remedy comos in tho form of a sweet
powder that infants take more read
ily than sticky syrups or liquid med
icines. It is composed of powdered
antiseptics, digestnnts and granular
stimulants, icontains no opiates or
harmful drugs.
For fifteen years this carefully pre
pared prescription of a successful
baby specialist has won hundreds and
hundreds of unsolicited testimonials
from doctors, druggists and appr?cia
I tive mothers. Time ond again its
j efficiency has hoen proven beyond
! question of doubt. If it fails to help
your child your money hack Immo
I diately without question. Twelve pow
! dors in n package with full directions,
25c at your druggist.-Advertisement.
"Tin Elizabeths" hy Mull.
Winston-Snlem, X. 0., July 27.
Kollowing a preliminary nearing be
fore United States Commissioner
Beckerdite, when he was bound over
for trial in * Hie district court in
Washington on tho charge of using
tho mails In operating a fraudulent
scheme lo sell Ford automobiles to
rural mail carriers, Jamos D. Bailoy,
who was arrested near hero sovcral
weeks ago and held in jail on rt,?
failure to furnish bond, loft hore to
night for Washington in custody of
two Federal officers .
Oconeo County Singing Convention.
Tho annual meeting of tho Oconeo
County Singing Convention will bo
hold with Now Hopo church, about
six miles above Seneca, on Aug. 5th
and 6th. All lovers of good music
are Invltod to attend. Como and lot
us have two days of prayer and sln
glo-hearted praise.
W. M. Lemmons, President.
W. E. King, Secretary.
Katarrhal Deafness Cannot Be CureA
by local applications, os they cannot
roach tho dlsoasod portion of tho ear.
Cntarrhal Deafness requires constitu
tional troatmont. HALL'S CATARRH
MEDICINE is a constitutional remedy.
Catarrhal Deafness is caused by an In
flamed condition of tho mucous lining of
tho Eustachian Tubo. When this tubo ls
InflameU you have a rumbling sound or
imporfoct hearing, and whon lt ts ontlro
ly closed Dcafnoss is tho rosult. Unless
tho inflammation cnn bo reduced, your
hearing may be destroyed forever.
through tho blood on tho mucous sur
faces of the systom, thus reducing tho in
flammation and rostorlng normal condi
Circulars freo. AH Druggists.
F. J. Cheney St Co., Tolodo, Ohio.
Mistress (to now cook-goncral) :
"You must havo breakfast ready by
7 to-morrow, ns your rhastor wants
to catch tho 7.4 5 train."
New cook-genoral: "I'm cntchln'
ll. mesoif."-Punch.
Boston was named aftor a town In
Lincolnshire, England.
Moro than ?lvo hundrod locomo
tivos in a group of Gorman mines aro
operated by compressed air.
A SH o cl ii G?n Mooting to bo Hold nt
Westminster, August 8 and 0.
Following ls the program ot the
Boaverdam Baptist Association meet
ing to be hold at Westminster on the
8th and 9th of August:
Morning Session.
Devotional service.
Words of welcome.
.Associational sermon.
Enrollment; welcome to visitors;
report on order of business.'
Reading tho reports on missions.
Discussion of the reports.
Home missions.
State missions.
Foreign missions.
Sovonty-livo Million and Steward
Afternoon Session.
Devotional service.
Aged minlstors.
Religious literature.
Miscellaneous business and ad
Second Day-Aug. 9th.
Devotional service. , I
Sunday School, B.Y.P.U. and Col
Layman's work.
Miscellaneous business.
Afternoon Session.
Devotional service.
Woman's work.
Temperance and public morals.
Report of executive committee.
' Obituaries.
Miscellaneous business and ad
L. W. Langston,
I Frank Shirl/y,
W. A. Strickland,
Rend and Learn.
Do you know that
The king of England never uses a
safety razor?
The steamship Majestic has no
No ono named Romeo has over
been elected Vice President of tho
United States?
Elihu Root has no middle name?
William Jennings Bryan doos not
curl lils back hair?
Babe Ruth cannot, recite the Dec
laration of Independent' from mem
J. Pierpont Morgan has never ask
ed for a raise of salary?-Chicago
Negro Killed hy Lightning.
Sumter, S. C., July 27.-Tuesday
afternoon about 5.30 o'clock light
ning struck and killed Mose Wash
ington, negro, on S. A. llarvin's
place near this city. Wnshingto. was
plowing when the lightning struck
him, and he died Instantly. Ills horse
was killed and one-fourth of an acre
of cotton was ruined.
Habitual Constipation Cured
in 14 to 21 Days
.LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially
prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual
Constipation. It relieves promptly but
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
to induce regular action. It Stimulates and
Regulates. Very Pleasant to Toko. 60o
per bottle.
* * * * * * * * * * * * * *
ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty
Wash and wlpo tho apples and re
move (ho stems and blossom ends.
Cut tho apples in quarters, place in
a granite kettle, and add enough wa
tor to nearly cover thom. Cook slow
ly until tho apples are soft, then
crush and drain through a seivo, and
strain through a Jolly bag. Measure
tho juico and boil it fifteen minutes.
Add an equal quantity of heated
granulated sugar and boil slowly for
fivo minutes. Skim and pour into
Jolly glasses.
Incendiary ls Suspected.
North Augusta, S. C., July 26.
Fire which yostorday morning par
tially destroyed tho town hall, which
was used as court room, town hall,
jail and ilro department headquarters
herc, was unquestionably of incendi
ary origin, according to Chief of Po
lice T. M. Butler, following an inves
tigation. Chiof Butler stated that an
arrest would he made within a short
timo. Thc damage was slight, and
no records wore destroyed. Tho fire
department of Augusta, Go., was call
od on for assistance.
In Now York city 12.7 per cent of
tho 1,278,341 homes In 1920 wore
owned hy tho occupants, which was
tho lowost percentage in tho country,
whilo In Des Moines, Iowa, 51.1 per
cent of tho 31,644 homes were owned,
which was tho highest percentage,
according to government figures.
Senator Dial's Cotton Grading Dill is
Reported Unfavorably.
Washington, July 26.-Tho billot
Senator Dial, Democrat, of South
Carolina, to amend tho Smith-Lever
act by increasing the number of
grades of colton dolivorable on fu
ture contracts, was reported unfa
vorably to-day by the Senate agrl
loulturKi committee. Senator Dial
recency moved to discharge tho
committee from further considera
tion Of tho bill, and also offered lt
a* an amendment to tho ponding tar
iff bill. ?
The committee's action to-day, lt
was said, was to meet Senator Dall's
demands co have tho bill brought'
before i he Sonate promptly, tho Son
ador having charged undue delay In
its consideration.
Senator Keys, Republican, of Now
Hampshire, chairman of tho sub
committee in charge of tho hill, said
another similar measure by Senator
Caraway. Democrat, of Arkansas, is
?? till before tho eommittc, and that
action toward amending tho Cotton
Future? Act might yet come from the
committee. .
Renew your health
by purifying your
system with
Thc purified and refined
< ft lorne i tablets that are free
from nausea and danger.
No salts necessary, as
Calolabs act like calomel
and suits combined. De
mand the genuine in 10c
and 35c packages, bearing
above trade-mark.
51 ilk Ronlo xplodes; Loses Thumb.
j I li . . July 28,--Charles D. Sig
nor, tssls^ant general mau ager of tho
DcdawiTo, Lackawana and Western
i a il roe d! reported to police to-day
th-- . >- iJ^iyc's placed in a bottlo of
milk ?u his front porch blew off his
right thumb when ho started to carry
the supposed bottle of milk into tho
Sig] ?', who ls GI years of ago,
said t t the incident occurred yes
terday norning. It was not reported
toj-tiu 'olice until to-day.
Mania Surrenders to Quench Thirst.
Hin !), W. Va., July 27. - John
Fred- ig, tho insane man who bnr
ricad iluiae.lf in his houso and for
thll'l days resisted the efforts of
dept.': sheriffs and State police, lo
arrest . lip, after ho had killed ono
man . I wounded four others, this
mora appeared at the front door,
threw i) his hands and asked for a
drllik water.
TW? roppors, who, with other of
ficer-, uve resorted to every known
meal hort .if firing tho houso to
dislou Fredoking, stepped up to
the du. -, got him tho water he so
crave I md then led him to the jail
at th? unty coat. Ho refused to an
swer ; dr questions and appearod
to bc tfcod. Physicians wero sum
mont 'vorn tho Hinton Hospital,
wher" 'my had been treating the
men \. . uulod in tho firing ot the
past few days, and dressed a bullet
wound hil Fredoklng's right arm and
anotln ' njury to his right shoulder.
Grove'; Tasteless chill Tonic restores
Energy nd Vitality by Purifying and
Enrich) thc Blood. When you feel its
strenj'.;: dug, invigorating effect, see how
it bri. . color to tho cheeks and how
lt Improves tho appetite, you will then
apprcci i Its true tonic value.
Grove": istcless chill Tonic is simply
Iron mal Quinine suspended in syrup. So
pleas.-. i ?ven children like it. Tho blood
needs OJ IN1NE to Purify it and IRON to
Enrich Destroys Malarial germs and
Grip j" * by (ts Strengthening, Invigor
ating ft. fiOc,
i iii Flight Record Made.
est flii
ed to
A-4 a'
The t:
Va., *
thous I
Ho, 111., July 27.-The long
evcr attempted by the army
an-ulr service was complot
when tho dirigible balloon
3d at Scott Field, noar hore.
) arrived from nngley Field,
lance of approximately ono
ono hundred milos In forty
d forty minutes of actual
ie. Two stops wero made,
'on will ho stationed horo
ntly, it) ls said.
Subscribe fefflThe courlor. (Best)
Indiana Governor Says His People
Shall Not Suffer from Strike.
Indianapolis, Ind, July 27-Govor
not Warren T. McCray, la ? Btate
mout addressed "To the Public," an
nounced this afternoon that "if the
rtrike ls not determined within Ave
days from date, 1 will take over tho
mines and supply tho people of Indi
ana with fuel,'' '
Tho Governor said that he believed
he had the authority, ns Governor, to
furnish coal, "but if lt becomes nee;
ossary to have additional legislation
lo support my determination in this
matter, I will not hesitate to assem
blo thc Legislature for tho purpose
of preparing the way so that full
legal authority may be given by
which the emergency may bo met and
suffering and disnster averted."
The Governor added that ho was
not socking to "resist organized la
bor, and that "I am only determined
that the peoplo of Indiana shall not
suffer from cold or hunger while tho
Ano points of the differences between
opposing factions are being adjust
Storm Over Pendleton Section.
Pendleton, July 27.-Ono of tho
most severe storms ever felt tn
Pendleton was that of last night, be
tweon 8 and r o'clock, accompanied
by heavy wind and rain.
Trees wore nprootod in a number
of yards, and orchards and tho corn
and some cotton were almost fiat
this morning.
No ono was injured, but several
'houses were damaged hero. ,Tho
home of Mrs. B. Hair's was dam
aged by a part of a tree crushing a
window, which almost fell on Mrs. J.
P. Gumbrell, who is sick at that
place. A tree crushed the porch of
F. C. Boggs, and much damage was
done to small houses and barns In
and near the town.
Judge Prlnco Hack from Baltimore.
Anderson, July 27.-Judge George
E. Prince has returned from Johns
Hopkins Hospital and is much Im
proved in health. Judge Prince In
sisted on coming home so as to ar
rive hero before the books of tho
Democratic county clubs closed, so
that he might enroll. Ho was too 111
before going away "to enroll. .Tudgo
i Prince had them drive him from the
j station to tho pla.00 whore bis ward
j book was, yo that, ho might, enroll bo
; fore ho went to his homo.
I Southern Railway Clerks Not Strike
Chattanooga, Tenn., July 27.-F.
H. Gross, local chairman of the Rail
way Clerks' Brotherhood of the
Southern Railway, upon his return
from a conference in Washington
with railroad officials, announced to
day that there would be no strike of
tho clerks. Ile said a settlement sat
isfactory to all parties concerned had
j hoon reached. He declined to give
j out any details or to make any fur
ther statement of the matter.
Unknown Men Hob Storage Mall Car.
Lynchburg, Va., July 27.-A sov
enty-foot .storage mail ca/on Norfolk
and Western train No. 16, Cincinnati
lo Norfolk, was pillaged late last
night on the run between Roanoke
and Lyi hburg by two unknown men
who n dc their escapo. Hundreds
of packag :s wore torn open and both
men arc known to have escaped with
i mail sacks over their shoulders.
There is no way, however, to ar
rivo at tho amount of mall stolen.
Tho car was unoccupied after leav
ing Roanoke until tho train drew In
to tho union station hero.
H. C. Gold Coins Unearthed.
In the ruins of Sardis, tho ancient
capital of Lydia, in Asia Minor, sci
entists have recently recovered 30
gold coins minted during tho reign
of Croesus, some time botween 56 0
and 546 B. C., says Popular Mechan
ics Magazine. Tho coins were found
In a 8tono jar, buried in an ancient
tomb, only a few feet below tho sur
face. Somo of tho coins aro as fresh
and bright as newly minted coins In
circulation to-day.
Camel's thorn is much used for
fuel in Southwestern Asia.
Carrier pigeons aro sahl to have
been usod by tho Persians and Ro
In a now pocket knife liavo boon
installed an adjustable wrench, a
screw driver and a wiro cultor.
Clans aro said to havo arisen in
Scotland about A. D. 1008, during
the reign of Malcolm IL
A giant crawfish weighing eighty
pounds and moasurlng moro than
three foet in length was captured re
cently off tho Florida coast.
Hero is a sign that was recently
notod on a repair shop in an out-of
tho way section: "Levo Cafs Hore
To Be Flxxed & Impaired."
For Railroads-Some Contracts Have
Already Boon L?t.
Now York, July 27.-Tho use of
shipyard machine shops for repair
ing the rolling stock of the railroads
in the United Statos is tho latest de
velopment lit tho strike of the rail
way shopmen. .
Some repair contracts aro reported
already to have heon let, and a gen
eral survey of shipyard plants ls ho
ing made, according to R. H. M, 'Roll
inson, president of tho Merchants'
Shipbuilding Corporation of Chester,
The shipyards of tho Now York
Shipbuilding Company, nt Camdon,
N. J., tho Todd Yards In Brooklyn,
and yards at Cleveland, Ohio, Nor
folk, Va., and Chicago wore mention
ed by Mr. Robinson ns cnpablo of
uso by tho railroads.
Strike leaders say shipyards work
ers will refuse to co-opcrato In a
move to take work from tho railroad
shop crafts.
John G. Walbar, spokesman for tho
railroads, on the other hand declared
that union men In tho Schenectady
shops had refused by a voto of tbreo
to ono to striko against doing rail
road repair work. Ho said that other
shops were displaying tho samo tem
per against the efforts of tho strik
ers to involve them in tho disputo
with the railroads.
Representatives of the 7,00 0 sig
. Hillmen working on tho Northeastern
I railroads and affiliated with tho Bro
j thcrhood of Railway Signalmen of
i America have announced the suspon
! sion of thc strike order recently
: votod, pending further negotiations
I with tho othcials.
I Mother-To-Be,
Read This- ~ "
Hore J3 a wonderful message to all'
; expectant mothers, From thin mo
, ment on, cast from your mind all
j dread and fear, and foci every day ai?
j tho months roil b> that groat freedom
from much of the sufforing which
! thousands of expectant mothors un
j dergo, unnecessarily. And whon tho
I Little One arrives, you can have that
: moment moro freo from suffering than
you have perhaps imagined. An emi
nent physician, expert in thlo sclenco,
has shown the way. It was ho who
, ilrst produced the great remedy,
"Mother's Friend." Mrs. C. J. Hart
man, Scranton, Pa., says:
"With my ?rut two chilli ron I lind
n doctor and n nurso nm) titan they
IUHI IO lino liiHtruuientii, om. wi Hi my
i Iiibt two children I titted Mother'?.
I X'rlend and lind only a mir BO | we hud
no (Imo to get u doctor becnuHO t
wasn't very flick--only nhoiit lon or
fifteen minutes.'*
"Mother's Friend" is applied extern?
ally to tho ahdomon, back and hips.
; It aids tito muscles and tissues to ex?
? pand easily. It penetrates quickly.
; It contains no narcotics or harmful
1 drugs. It is safe. There Is no substt
. tuto. Avoid useless greases somo
' timos recommended by the unknow
ing. "Mother's Friend" ls sold by,
druggists everywhere.
NOTE-Writs for valuablo freo fil-tatratcd book,
Motherhood ami (ho Ilaby," contnlnlnK important
authorltallvo Information which every cipcctant
mother should bave, and all about "Mother'?
Friend," to Dradtlotd IUgulator Company, UA-iO,
?flauta, Oa.
Secs Hely for the Unions in Govern
ment Control.
Washington, July 20. - Govern
ment control, through the Interstate
Commerce Commission, of mov?mont
hy rail of food and fuel will "mater
ially strengthen tho hands of both
tho minors and railroad workers who
aro on strike," Samuel Gompers, tho
president of tho American ?Federa
tion of Labor, declared to-day. The
government's action, ho said, will
take away "whatovor chanco tho
mino owners expected to havo for
making hugo profits out of a con
tinuation of their reslstanco to tho
fair demands of tho miners."
Mr. Gompers called attention to
what ho characterized as tho "truly
marvelous disciplino and conduct of
tho mon on striko." Estimating that
moro than 1,000,000 workers wore
now idle, he said that the examples
of disorder "havo hoon almost nogli
Colds Cause Orlp and Influenza
cause. There ls only one "Bromo Qulnhw." E.W.
GROVE'S signature on the box. 30c.
Petroleum has been found in ono
ot two experimental wells that tho
British government is boring in Scot
A recently dovelopod nutontobllo
windshield cleaner wipes tho entire
uppor half of the glass in ono move
ment, j

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