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TOLBERT DEMES DIAL CHARGES
Says Ho ls Ready lo Defend Himself
Against Senator's Charges.
Greenwood, July 31. - Emphatic
denial that he was selling Republican
patronage as charged by Senator N.
B. Dial, of South Carolina, was mado
hero to-night hy Jos. \V. Tolbert, He
publican national committeeman for
this State. Tolbert denied all other
charges by Senator Dial and declared
that ho was ready to defiled himself
in tho courts against those who had
accused him, "Senator Dial is more [
reckless than a lawyer and a United ;
Slates' Senator ought to bo in' public
statomonls," Mr. Tolbert declared. j
Tolbert maintains that the charges
that ho is soiling Republican patron
age have boen brought by disgruntled
Republicans and oilier disappointed
otllcc-seekers. An nllldavit was given
Senator Dial by a disappointed appli
cant for Iho postmastcrship nt Or
nngoburg, that 15. F. Misson, the
nominee, lind offered to secure con
firmation for a woman postmaster at
Bowman for $300. According to Tol
bert. tills woman is a Democrat and
has given Tolbert an affidavit that
she did not know Mixson and had
never been solicited by him for any
money for any purpose, Tolbert
?| ?lave recommended about 300
postmasters in Sou iii Carolina," Tol
bert declares. "They have all been
fi om civil service recommendations.
1 deny that 1 have endeavored to
turn out women postmasters. 1 deny
that l have refused to acknowledge
preference for soldiers on the civil
service list, and ! have tho records to
prove it. Other Republicans will
have' to answer charges Dial has
made that the referee in this State
under previous ndmlnlstiations sold
patronage because others represent
ed past administrations in South
Carolina. 1 deny that any mau ever
paid $1,200 for an ofllco and then
had to use threats to get his money
back when he failed to get the ofllce.
Nothing liko that ever happened in
any oifico 1 had anything to do with.
I am not a party to any office buying,
and it is unfair for Dial to rush into
the papers with no facts on which to
base Iiis charges.
Does Not Need Office.
"I do not need the o (lice of United
Slates marshal for the Western Dis
trict of South Carolina. President
barding gave nie Hie appointment,
w lihou I niy askitig tor it. Tho light'
OU IU? ls being tua do by Republicans'
\ ri inst out in ibis Stite. Their |
ticket. The Tolbert ls all-white. All I
i wain is lo bc fair. I can take care
of myself in the courts or otherwise.
There ls no such organization as Ibo
Sumter Republican ?dub George D.
Shore, of Sumter, ls thc club, and lie
is sore because 1 would no* recom
mend iiiiii '.o bo postmaster. I rec
ommended a Democrat Hrs I ind
Shore tried to go over tn> head and
gol it anyhow beril ilse he had iiifju- '
mildil friends in Washington, tie
tried to have his son, George D.
Shaw, named as District Attorney
for tho ??astern district, mid I named
Mo |or J I >. K. .Meyers, a World W ir
The Charges bj Dial.
Tho charges ni ele by Dial are em
bodied in tho following nows letter
from Washington, written by the
newspaper correspondent, P. M. .Me
ll ewan :
In regard to th<> confirmation of
Joseph W. Tolbert, who was recently
appointed marshal for tho Western j
district of South Carolina, Senator;
Dial .--aid to-day:
"Tolbert is tho South Carolina i
member of tho Republican national
committee, state chairman of th ?t
organization, and was recently ap-j
pointed 'referee' for South Carolina;
for the present administration-thu
is. ho ls Ibo cliief distributor of the
pa t rouage.
"I nm not concerne-1 anon! (beso
positions, M ii il would ot interfere
If I could, anti could aol if I would.
They are simply party matter? The
appointee to the position of marshal
has to be confirmed by and willi tho
advice and consent of t ne Senate,
?nd this is an ontiroly di ff oren I pro-'
position. When the President is of
one political pnrty and (be Senators
Of another party, there is no advice
given in these appointments when
tho odie,, is ni)-, a Id-partisan ono, but
When tho name romes lo Hie Senate'
we have to vote either lo continu or
rojoct; heneo we are responsible to
this extent for nil appointments con
firmed by *.he Senate.
"Tho public has a righi to expect
us to use all diligence and exercise
?mr best Judgment. Stronger than
this, they have a righi to demand
that we scrutinize carefully all such
appointees. I ?nive received letters
from friends on the subject, but I
know most of Ibis is propaganda,
and that many of thom have ben
"J do not fall out with people be
icatiso tliey are Keptfbli. ans, not
withstanding I think thoy show poor
Judgment in the South to bolong to
that party. I freely accord to every
man tho right to Join which ever
party he seos proper and to select
his own companions, and if there
are suitahlo individuals lu their own
ranks, it is their privilege to select
them for political offlcos. Neither do
I quarrel with the powers that he for
"Tile appointee in this Instance,
Joseph \V. Tolbert, is unsuited, by
nature, bv training and by habits,
and is wanting Ju every proper man
aor Hie qualities to fulfill the duties
of tito high and responsible olllce to
which tho President has named him.
"I will not mention some unpleas
ant matters that will throw no par
ticular light on tho subject, but will
only call to the minds of the people
a few facts which confirm my opin
ion hi tho matter.
"Mr. Tolbert poses as a large far
mer, whereas tho record in Green
wood county shows that he does not
pay a cont of taxes, except $1 poll
tax, and the records in tho munici
pal, Siato and the Federal courts
both on tho civil and criminal side
show that l?is record is an unenvia
ble one. I do not mean to say that it
is necessary for a man to own prop
erty to hold office; far be it from mo
to take any such position, bul Tol
bert is sailing under falso colors.
"Mr. Tolbert's conduct since ho
bas been appointed 'referee' has
shown him to bo a spoilsman of the
worst class. For instance, under the
practico of this administration in
selecting postmasters, the civil ser
vice commission sends to the Post
office Department tho three names
making tho highest marks, and this
department delegates to Tolbert, the
'referee,' the right to select which
ever he chooses. Those officers are
r.ot political ones, and in our State
the patrons are not one per cent Re
publicans, and tho offices should be
kept out of politics. However, under
party rules, where they have a com
petent perron, it is their privilege to
appoint thom, and we have made no
"In these matters Tolbert has
ruthie sly ignored tho spirit of the
civil service and has refused to rec
ommend tho parties making the
highest marks, except in a very few
cases. He has almost universally ig
nored tho claims of ladies and ex
servlco men. Under the spirit of tho
civil service rules, ex-soldiers should
receive tho preference, but, this lias
had o weigh! wjth Tolbert, even
fr Itere they mike 'bo highes! ?narks,
Un has endeavored to turn lady post
masters oui where uiuy have I oed
lr office many, many years, and
where they have made tho highest
marks. Moreover, he lias turned out
many faithful officials, some who
have served in this department for
practically forty years, and ho named
persons who were totally without
experience- and (hose not ilopubli
< a ns. eil her.
"In oilier words, he has run rough
shod over ?ur peoplo and scorns lo
bo drunk with tho power ot a little
"Worsi of all, under previous ad
ministrations, I .mi informed thu
thc 'referee' in our Slate sold patron
age and that t?o- un i vcr:-.il (bargo
was one-half of tho fi rs t ye.ir's sal
ary, and it ls now claimed- and gon
er.illy believed -thai thia practico
is in vogue; the proof presented to
mo ls unquestionable on the subject,
and ls convincing beyond tho perad
venture ot' n doubt. The practico la
lo divide the State into dbtricts and
have some one In each district to
look alter this part of tho rofarious
business. I am told of m my in
stances where tho offices wore sold
ono bringing seven hundred and fifty
dollars, another two thousand, and
dig?rent sums till around the Siato
where there was competition. A re
cent ease was reported where twelve
bundled dollars was paid, and tho
party failed to got tho office, and af
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ter considerable wrangling thc funds
woro returned. It is alleged'that ap
pointees to small ofllces often liave
"One of Tolbort'8 'referee- was
recently rejected by tho Som M " be
cause ho endeavored to get lady
postmaster to pay bim three lu mired
dollars to got her confirmed, m af
fidavit of ono of hts former lb w?j
ors slates that Tolbert admit (d he
expected to realize $100.00' rom
"I cannot condono the prac leo of
bu.vi UK an ofllce, and If the '.en po-!
titors would ccaso bidding I gain?t I
each other, this most dls?; u oe till '
practice would bo obliterated, low
ever, they aro to bo pitied fo< being
forced to come In contact wi. i uieh
a corrupt system. It can rein ly bo
seen that some one will hay. lo ?111
tho olllce any way.
"Furthermore, I am told I Ho
best authorities that Tolbert > by
no means In sympathy with I . en
forcement of the prohibition laty,
and ovoii has bragged to thia ffept.
It is shown by affidavit that 1 hud
a barrel of liquor at one time any
Cf his associates'aro among ti; it
lawless class of our people, ar it is
commonly reported th ; tv lt ts
formed a political combinatw fi tn
certain parlies in our Stale mg
themselves Democrats to or? a
political machine, with tho vb ind
for tho purpose of undermiiiii
ruptlng and destroying tho uo
"it is generally believed tba 11
tics is rotten, and 1 am sorry l
mit that there are some grotl -or
such opinions, particularly as ,e>
publican administiattona, am ls
incumbent upon me and all or
citizens who caro for tho i ite-i
naneo and perpetuation of gO( v
ernment to expose and obl.Ui ll
fraud and corrupt practices 'Mir
power. .\o man shall* have a j cr?
ment commission, with the a} val
and confirmation of tho Sou . to
plunder our people, if 1'. ls a my
power to prevent lt. Loving nv -tate
as I do, and feeling the pride t its
reputation that I have always . lt, I
will not stand for tho nominal: u one
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my thanks for the great relief have
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Doran Kay Dies in Ula uta. .
Tile lindy of Doran soco id
son of VY. R. Kay. was . ed in
the cemetery of Ibo l< Baptist
church Sunday nftcrnoo i died
in Atlanta Saturday fr hu ei
le? is of appendicitis, lit . about
::s years old, and had In i rrli d
a IB tie more than a yeal
Tho deceased was bor VVost
mlnster. His motlier, whe 1 more
than 30 years ano. was. lu i oro mar
riage, Miss Messer, a daughter of the
late Moses Messer, and sister of Mrs.
J. h. Reeder and half sister of Mrs.
A. B. Stewart, of Wetsminstor." He
was a grandson of Doran Kay, ono
of Ibo first settlers of Westminster,
and a nephew of .Mrs. Jas. A. Kay. Ho
leaves, besides his widow and father,
two sisters, Alma, who married S.
L. Richardson, and Mattie, who mar
ried a Mr. Dobbins, and one brother,
Samuel Kay. The relatives have tho
sympathy of numerous friends in
Will Try Obcnehllin Case Third Time
Los Angeles, Cal., Aug. 2,-The
jury in tho caso of Mndelynnc Oben
chaln, charged with the murdor of J.
Belton Kennedy here, was late this
afternoon discharged because of its
failure to agree upon a verdict. This
was the second hearing of tho case.
ll. (}. McCartney, deputy district
attorney, announced to-night that
tho State plannod to try Mrs. Oben
chaln a third time.
Thirtieth to Meet at Winston-Halem.
Information is to tho effect that
tlie Old Hickory Association will
meet at \Vin8ton-Salom, x. c., prob
ably during the last week of Septem
Brovlotis reunions have been hold
tn Greenville, S. C., Asheville, X. C.,
and Nashville, Tenn.
Tho Winston-Salem meeting will
be the fourth reunion of tho mem
bers of tlie famous Thirtieth Divis
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THESE STOOD EXAMINATIONS.
Twenty.Fivo White and Nine Colored
Persons Wero Given Certificates.
Following is a Hst of those who,
having stood tho May examinations,
woro granted cert Ideates to teach in
the public schools. Only one first-"
grado certificate was issued:
Miss Lona Abbott.
Miss Winifred Adams.
Miss Annie Busch.
Miss Georgia Dyar.
Miss Mary Gaines.
Miss Maggio L. Jones.
Miss Fan-Annie Kelley.
Miss .Jessio Lawronce.
Miss Willie Lovinggood.
. Miss Grace McDonald.
Miss Leila J. Miller.
Miss Vurloy Mooro.
Miss Katie Mooro.
Miss Gladys L. Wyatt.
Miss Sallie White.
Miss Maude Watson.
Miss Ovio Banks.
Mites Mamie Jones.
Miss Vera Jones.
Miss Alando Spencer.
Mrs. Mary L. Harris.
Mrs. Louis Glymph.
Horace H. Duncan.
.lohn F. Fowler.
Charl io D. Perry.
Ineser M. Agnew.
Maude C. Greer.
Mrs. J. S. Williams.
Almost Hundred Stood.
The May examinations wore at
tended by moro people than for a
number of years, there having been
97 in the list-75 white and 22 col
Mrs. Minerva Cantrell Dead.
Mrs. Minerva Cantrell, (nee Hol
den,) wife of Levi Cantrell, died at
her home near Little River church,
after a long and painful Illness, on
the 10th of July, and was burled at
the Alexander cemetery on the 12th,
after funeral services, conducted by
her pastor and ex-pastors, Revs. C.
It. Abercrombie, Wade H. Nicholson,
Alexander and Hudson. The de
ceased was 68 years of age. Tho fol
lowing brothers and sisters were
present: V. G. Holden. Pine Moun
tain, Ga.; \ir:>. Sallie Luak? Pickena
R.F.D Vis Mary Burgess, Joe?sse?; i
Mri- Martita Porry, Sal om, The de
ceased leaves hoi husband, L. B.
Cantrell, and tho following children
to mourn her death: Jos. Cantrell, '
Salem lt.F.D. : Mrs. Lay, Pickens R,
F.D.; Mrs. Crenshaw, Salem; Jamos
Cantrell, salem ft.F.D., besides nu-j
morons relatives and busts of frlonds,
as was evidenced by tho largo at
tendance at tho hurl.tl. After funeral
service.- Mr. Ansel ?ool charge of tho
casket and conveyed il to tho ceme
tery, and then her body was laid to
rcsl to await thc resurrection morn.
After prayer, by Rev. Hudson, thc
congregation was iunisscd by Hov.
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Holli remedies ar? packed in one carton and the
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Officer Quits Army for Ministry.
San Francisco, Aug. 3.--A soldier
for twenty-two years and veteran of
three wars. Col. Arthur P. S. Hyde,
'15 years of age. who arrived Satur
day at the Presidio from Fort Ama
dor, Panama, Canal Zone, announced
to-day bis intention to quit tho army
to don tho robes of an Episcopal
clergyman. Col. Hyde, a graduate
of West Point, while commanding in
1910 at Kort. Flagler. Wash., whore
there was a resident chaplain, was
ordained to ibo priesthood of the
Episcopal church. Later, while sta
tioned nt Seattle, Col. Hyde accepted
a call to tho pulpit of St. Clement
church, a post he loft to go to
Franco as commander of tho 39th
Upon his return to America Col.
Hyde was appointed to tho general
staff of tho army at Washington,
where he remained*until 1919, whoa
he was sent to the Canal Zone.
11,885 Mutes in tho U. H.
A dispatch from Washington says:
Deaf and dumb persons to the
number of 44,8S6 wero enumerated
in the United States In 1920, accord
ing to announcement, of thc census
COTTON CROP ESTIMATE OP 1023
Second Forecast Figures 11,410,000
Rules-70.8 Per Cont Normal.
Washington, Aug. I.-This year's
cotton crop was placed at 11,449,-1
OOO hales of 500 pounds gross weight !
in the second forecast of the season, j
announced to-day by tho Department
of Agriculture, basing its estimate
on the condition of tho crop on July
25th, which was 70.S per cont of a
Thore was a decline of 0.1 points
in condition from Juno 25th to July
25th, tho condition of June 25th be
ing 71.2 per cent of a normal, on
which the first forecast of the sea
son, 11,0(55,000 bales of 500 pounds
gross was based.
'The avorago change In tho last
ten years between Juno 25 and July
25 was a declino of 3.9 points.
Tho condition of thc crop on July
25th, by States, follows:
Louisiana ... .70
Thc Anal outturn of thc crop, tho
department announced, may be larger
or smaller than forecasted to-day, as
conditions developing during tho re
mainder of the season prove more or
less favorable than average.
Crops of previous years, and tho
July 25 condition tn those years, arc
ns follows: July 25
Year- Crop. Condit.
1921 . 7,953,Gil G4.7
1920 . 13,439,603 74.1
.1919 . 11,420,763 67.1
1918 . 12,040,532 73.6
1917 . 11,302,375 70.3
1914 (record) ...16,134,390 76.4
1912-21 (avg.).. . 12,279,348 72.9
The acreage of cotton abandoned
to July 1st was summarized at 7.1
per cent, the department announced
in a supplemental statement, issued
In responso to Senate resolutions.
PROUD CAPITAL FIRE HORSE
Dashes ?o Heath Against. Wall-Fire
men Sity il was Suicido.
Washington) Aug I.--Ten years
honorable BOrVlcc OS a lire horse l'0<
warded with a job of hauling n garb
age wagon broke tho heart of old
Jack Gallup. Ho committed suicido
yesterday in front Ot a lire house, j
and his firemen friends say that ho (
did ii deliberately.
Old .lack for years was ono of
three plump, sleek hays who whirled ,
a sicamor lo every lug Uro in Wash
ington, and to many little ones, loo. I
1 ul tho motor finally got oh! Jack
and his pals, and thoy went tho way
of thousands of others in an age of
A week ago there were some sobs
Choked down and some tears brushed
away among tho firemen over in Cou-'
gross Heights when Jack and his j
mites were led away. Yesterday
Jack turned up with owe of thom on :
an ill-smelling, filthy garbage wagon. ;
Tho day was hot and' the job was'
nasty-and the disgrace was worst
of all. Nobody knows what Jack ?
might havo said in horse talk to his (
mate, but, any way, ho took tho blt ;
in his teeth and bolted, dragging his
team-mate with him and heading for j
tho nearest engine house. Jack knew !
right where it was, too, although he ?
never had worked in that part of ihe I
city before. He galloped, full tilt,1
right into the brick wall, head-on,
and crumpled down in a heap. Tho ,
shocked and grieved firemen, recog- j
nlzing tho old- hero by tho brand
marks on his hoofs, gavo him thc
coup d' graco to end his struggles.
Nobody could convinco thom that
Jack Gallups did not deliberately
take his lifo rather than end it haul
ing a garbage wagon.
Fatal Accident, in North Carolina.
Hickory, N. C., Aug. 2.-Hallott]
Sawyer, l l years old, of Elizabeth
City, this State, is dead; Ralph Cox, j
13 years old, of Wlnston-Salcm, is
In a hospital at Shulls Mills, proba-j
bly fatally injured; Ralph Cavincszs,
of Wllkosboro, has a log broken, and
six or eight other members of a j
party of twenty-four persons aro
suffering from minor injuries as a I
result of a motor truck accident 16 1
miles this sido of Grandfather moun
tain yesterday, according to a tele
phone message received hore to-day.
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BODY RIDDLED WITH BULLETS.
Negro W??s Charged with |Ue Killing
of Deputy Shorii?.
Macon, Ga., Aug. 2.-Prompt clos
ing of the negro business Section of
Broadway yesterday morning, imme
diately after news was received of
thc capture of John (Cockey) Glover,
prevented a serious race clash in the
afternoon, tho police say, when Glo
ver's body, riddled with bullets, was
dumped into tho down-town street hy
a mob that had lynched him.
Scenes resembling those of Sat
urday night, when Deputy Sheriff
Walter C. Byrd was shot to death, it
is said, by Glover, as he was leaving
a negro pool room in ilie same block,
Men of aU ages Jammed their way
into Broadway, and those who reach
ed the body of Glover fought for sou
venirs. During the excitement the
body was hurled against a billboard
at the entrance to a negro theatre,
where it remained half upright until
the police rushed In and carried It
away to Forsyth for an inquest.
Glover was shot to death by a mob
at Holton, Ga., ton miles away, at 1
o'clock this afternoon. He was being
returned here by officers, who had
captured him on a railroad train at
Policeman T. F. Phelps, who waa
shot by Glover this morning nt tho
Hmo pf tho capture, may lose an arm.
Officers say ?bat Glovor bogged tao
<lt illili police to "kijl mb now - don't,
lake me ba< lt to Macon; i ki ow wh it
>ou want.me for.*'
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Dovo Season to Open Sept. 1st.
Chief Game Warden Richardson
bas made a ruling that tho dove sea
son will open in South Carolina on
Sept. 1st and end Doe. 15. Under
the national law tito dnvc season does
not open until Oct. 15, but after a
great deal of correspondence and
personal interviews Mr. Richardson
got tho Washington authorities lo
agree to Sept. 1st for South Caro
Las- year tho dove season in this
State opened Aug. 15, bul the dove
shooters were liablo to arrest by the
Federal authorities up to Oct. l?.
The matter is now adjusted with Ibo
Washington authorities as abovo
A Protracted Drunk.
Xew York, Aug. 3.-One of tho
longest sprees in history was to-day
charged against August Deterring,
by his wife Rose Deterring who told
a Brooklyn magistrale that her hus
band got drunk the day prohibition
went into effect and had been drunk
evor since. Before prohibition went
into effect, tho "wife declared, Deter
ring never drank a drop.
Tho blood of birds is warmer than
human blood by oight or ten degrees.
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