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title: 'The Laurens advertiser. (Laurens, S.C.) 1885-1973, July 16, 1913, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6',
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BL EASE'S REPLY
Secretary Garrison's Demand for a
"Proper Communication" not Met
Columbia, 8. C, July 10.?That the
encampment of the throe regiments
^'f the Natonal Guard will <b? hold on
Alme and that the federal government
will not withdraw Its appropriation
of approximately $70,000 for the main
tenance of tho ?t?te militia, now seems
probable by roason of a telegram from
Governor Blease addressed to L. M.
Garrison, secretary of war, Thursday
morning in answer to a lottor from
tho lattor received by the chief nx
ecutlvc tho same date, is the opinion
of the military authorities in Columbia.
In substanco, the governor assures
tho secrotary of war thut he can be as
sured of his "co-operation und assis
tance in bringing about a compliance
on tho part of tho National Guard of
this state with the provisions of the
military law as enacted by congress,"
which was one of the specifications as
set forth In the secretary's letter.
Tho governor's telegram asked the
secretary of war to wire orders for
on encampment to begin on July 17,
one week from Thursday.
Tho lottor of Secretary Garrison,
dated in Washington, JulyS, is in an
swer to a comunlcation from Gov
ernor Blease under date of July 5. Tho
commun cation says that federal as
sistance will immediately be resumed
when Govornor Wense resumes proper
relations with the department; that
what in meant by this is that the sec
retary can count upon the governor's
cooperation and assistance in bringing
about a compliance on the part of the
National Guard with the military law
as enacted by the congress.
The action of the governor Thurs
day morning may end what has been
a Bource of vexation and worry to the
military men of the state for the past
few weeks. The whole controversy,
which at times became acrimonious,
hinged on tho refusal of Governor
Blcaso to withdraw 11 companies of
the National Guard from the service
on the request of the war department,
because of the alleged neglect or these
companion to comply with the provi
sions of tho military code. Governor
Blease took the position that, if the
men of tho alleged improperly con
ducted companies were given another
chanco, they could "make good."
When nsked Thursday afternoon If,
in his opinon, tho war department
would resume federal assistance to
the state National Guard as the re
sult of Governor Blcase's telegram,
W. W. Moore, adjutant general of the
state, replied that ho thotnrht so: that,
in his opinion, the telegram had an
swered the specifications contained in
Secretary Garrison's letter.
Tho telegram of Governor Blease to
Secretary Garrison Thursday follows:
"July 10, 1913.
"Hon. L. M. Garrison, The Secretary
or War Washington, D. C.
"Your letter of July 8 received, In
which you state:
" 'By this course I meant that I
must have your assurance that I can
count upon your cooperation and as
sistance in bringing about a compli
ance on the part of the organized
militia of your state with the provi
sions of the military law as enacted
by congress.' .
"All South Carolinians endeavor to
do their duty. If those boys aro al
lowed tho chance they will do theirs,
and I shall do all that I can to encour
age and assist them, and you can
count upon my cooperation and as
sistance In bringing ahout a compli
ance on the part of the National Guard
of this state with the provisions of the
militia law as enacted by congress,
under conditions of your former let
ter and my reply thereto.
"Wire orders for encampments be
einlng July 17.
(Signed) Cole L. Blease,
Secretary Garrlson'B letter follows:
"July 8, 1913.
"Hon. Colo L. Blease, Governor of
South Carolina, Columbia, S. C.
"Dear Governor: I am In receipt of
your letter dated July 1, 1913. which,
however, did not reach the depart
ment until July u. In the latter part
of your leter you quote a portion of
my letter to you. In which I stated
what I wa swilling to do, and you said
that you pre?ume that I am willing to
do that* I am.
"However, you have overlooked, or
omitted to respond, to that portion of
my letter which I said that this was
promised upon your resuming proper
relations with this department by a
propor communication addressed to
this department. By this, of course,
I meant that I must have your assur
ance that I can count upon your co
operation nnrt assistance in bringing
about a compliance on the part of the
organized militia of your state with
the provisions of the militia law as
enacted by congress.
"Under that law I have no power to
continue to extend federal assistance
to the organized militia of any state
which does not comply with this law.
"Upon the receipt from you of the
assurance above alluded to, federal
assustance will be at once resumed,
and I shall he pleased to do so, and
the proposed state camps can then be
carried out under the conditions laid
down In my letter of June 30, 1913.
(Signed) "Llndley M. Farrlson,
Secretary of War."
Better Road Needed.
The Greenville Piedmont say.3 a
great many tourists are golus through
the country from the low-country t?>
the mountains. A great many mart
would go If the roads were put In
propor condition. And Newborry Is
the gateway from the low-couutry to
the up-country. To go to Spa'tan
burg or Greenville or any part of the
up-country, you must come through
Newberry. Il should be the pride of
Newbcrry to have the Ideal road from
the low-country and set the example
for the rest of the way; We now have
a fairly good road but It needs main
tenance.?Newberry Herald and News.
Shlloh, July 14.?Mr. Will Bolt and
mother, of Rahun, spent Sunday with
Mr. W. C, Gray.
Mr. and Mrs. Ni B. Jamlsou, of Bei
zer, and Mr. Joe Bigbee. of Bel. or,
came through from Laurens Sunday
afternoon or. their way to thelr home.
They were in Mr. Jamloson's car.
? Wo call the attention of our super
visor to that piece of road leading
from Rabun Creek church out to Mr.
H. D. Malvaffey'8 place on to Mr. J. H.
Wolff's. We trust our competent sup
ervisor will look after this as the Quot
ing will begin at Rabun on the first
Sunday in August.
Messrs. Milton and Ralph Phllson.
H. S. Walace and two daughters, Miss
es Minnie and Bnrnnie, atended the
Wolborn-Frlerson wedding o? Foun
tain Inn. Miss Clara is well known la
this community as she taught school
here two terms.
Rev. T. W. Munnerlyn will begin
his meeting here on the 21st.
The bottom step of the porch of Mr.
L. T. Hellams broke with Mrs. W. C.
Bolt last Sunday. The jar was so
great that she has been confined to her
bed since then. Mr. Bolt had to call
in Dr. Rodgers, of Gray Court. Her
many friends wish her a speedy re
Mrs. J. O. Abercromble is confined
to her room suffering from acute in
Mr. James Spruel and son, Luther,
of Fountain Inn, spent Saturday night
with Mr. C. W. Abercromble.
For Cuts, Burns and Bruises.
In ?very home there should be a box
of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, ready to
apply in every case of burns, cuts
woundr, .or scalds /J. H. Polanco, Del
valle, Tex., R. Kb. 2, writes: "Buck
girl's cut foot. No one believed it
could be cured." The world's best
salve. Only 25 cents. Recommended
by Laurens Drug Co., Laurens, S. C.
saved my little
? MOUNT OLIVE. ?
Mt. Olive, July 14.?Crops In this
section are looking fine, though corn
is needing rain badly. Cotton Is small
but is growing well now.
Mr. W. O. Martin of Ware Shoals
visited his father, Dr. J. O. Martin,
Several from this place attended
Children's Day at Poplar Springs Sat
There is some sickness in the com
munity at this writing. Miss Eula
Mae Knight is real ill. Dr. J. O. Mar
tin and son, Stokes, are both real
sick. We hope for them all an early
Mrs. Minerva Hill returned home
last week from a pleasant visit to her
son's, Mr. J. B. Hill of Ware Shoals.
Miss Ethel Culbertson has return
ed homo after an extended visit with
her aunt, Mrs. A. E. Hill of Cold Point.
All persons interested in the ceme
tery at Mt. Olive church are request
ed to meet there to clean it off Thurs
There will be Children's Day exer
cises here Saturday the 19th inst, be
ginning at 10 o'clock. Everybody is
cordially invited to attend.
? MT. BETHEL NOTES. *
Mt. Bethel, July 14.?Prof. L. K.
Simpson of Tlgervllle paid a visit to
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Simp
son, last week. While hero he de
livered an Interesting sermon at Mt.
Mrs James H. Carlisle has just re
turned from a visit to relatives in
The Misses Davenport of Greenville
spent the week-end with their friend.
Miss Agnes Simpson.
Miss Mazle Knight of Greenville,
spent the past week with Misses Mag
gie and Lizzie Beeks.
The children's Day at Poplar
Springs church on last Saturday was
quite a success. A large crowd was
present to enjoy the occasion. The
members were glad to have with
them, their pastor Rev. B. P. Mitchell
and wife. Mr. Mitchell made a short
address, after the regular services.
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RED IRON RACKET
Buy Your Goods at J. C. Burns & Company's Big Department Store and Save 10 to 25
per cent of your hard-earned money. It's lots easier to make money by buying
your Goods for Less Money at J. C. Burns & Company's Underselling
Prices than it is to dig it out of the ground.
Another Big Week all this Week and Saturday too-Will Look for-U.
HIG LOT REMNANTS.
Good for Waists, Skirts, Children's Dresses,
Shirts and Roy's Bodies. Bollevo me theao
are goo 1 values
Remnants of Lace. Now is your time to trim up
75c long Corset only".48c
Special lot Ladies Kid Gloves, regular $1.00
Gloves, your choice for.?De
1 lot Calltco, whllo It lasts ft.4c
80c quality good Bleaching, slight bluing
spots, good quality for .7 l*2c
10c Tooth Brush .5c
20c Tooth Brush.10c
Special lot. fine Candles at per lb.10c
5c cake Fairy Soap.4c
10c cako Glycerine Soap.6c
1 box (3 cakes) flno Toilet Soap .10c
1 cako Castile Soap.5c
$4.00 Art Square (9x12 foef.) covers your
1 large .Tuto Smyrna Rug, yours for -98c
1 pkg. Washing Powder .4c
1-Razor, a working model of the Durham Du
plex Razor, a quick shave.29c
Special lino of cool summer Coata, Black Al
paca and Mohair, going at . .$1.98 up to $1.69
Dress cool and smile.
$3.00 pair Ladies Shoes.?.$2^18
1 lot $2.50 Men's fine Shoes.$1.48
$1.00 Men's Dress Shoes.$3.48
All wool Men's Suit.$0.39
1 boy's School Suit.$2.98
$6.50 Boy's Dress Suit .$4.98
$20.00 Men's Suits, fine worsteds, tailored
35c Men's Dress Shirts.26e
50c Men's Shirts.89c
68c Men's Dross Shirts .48c
$1.00 Men's Dress Shirt.89c
15c Linen Collars .19c
50c Work Shirts .89c
35c Japanese Rug.19c
3 boxes Searchlight Matches.10c
All roads and telephone lines lead to Red
Iron Racket, J. C. Burns & Co's. big Depart
ment Stores. We buy for less, we sell for less.
Laurens, Greenwood, Anderson, Greenville,
Spartanburg, Something doing In Laurens,
Sample Shoes, Job and odd lots, 1 table full
going at only .98c
Another table full of Shoes and Slippers, your
Don't go barefooted, you can buy Shoos
Good values to bo found here in Ladles Shirt
Waists, Dress Skirts, Petticoats, Corset Cov
ers and Gowns.
Good quality Bod Sheets.48c
$1.25 Umbrolla for.98c
Special lot Fans for.5c and 10c
10c box Paper.5c
15c box Paper.10c
15c Linen Collar .10c
1 Ladies' Bleached Ganze Vest., .6c
lac Gauze Vest.10c
10c Gauze Vest.8c
50c Men's Underwear now goln,t at .... 89c
10 pkgs. (10 lbs.) Eagle Thistle Soda, best
soda made .25c
$1.00 Overalls Red Iron Racket Special ..79c
Hosiery for the whole family Sox and Stock
ings 5c, 8c, 10c, 15c, Iftc, 19c, 25c to_48c
1 iot of Gold Filled Watches, Klgin and Wal
tham movements, cases guaranteed 20 years.
Special price whil* the lot laots.$10.00
These watches are worth $15.00 to $18.00.
Buy a watch now and save tlmo and money
Special In Ginghams, going at 4 l-2c, 0 l-2c, up
to per yard.ioc
10c Suspenders.; 8c
20c Suspenders .18c
35c Suspenders .,25c
15c Four in Hand Ties . .... ..10c
1 cake fine Tar Soap..5c
7 cakes best Laund -v Soap .,. '. .25c
AH $1.00 Bottles of Standard Medicines now 79 cent. All 50 cents Bottles now 39 cents. We have
\ department throughout this Department Store. Come and see.
hundreds of other bargains in every
SHOES! SHOES! HIGH CUT AND
Shoes for the whole family from baby to
granddaddy from 10c up to $3.48 a pair.
Let us show you and we will Shoc-U.
Big Hue Clothing to select from.
Men's Suits.$3.48 up to $14.39
llig values in Men's aud Boy's Hats and a
big line to select from, prices from 10c,
25o,39c, 48c, 76c, 98c and on up to the
best John 15. Stetson A-l Hat $2.97 and
$3.48 for the $4.00 and $5.00 grades. Our
Hats cover the people's heads of this Pied
mont section like the dew.
950 pairs Men's Pants, 2-legged bargains,
jumping out. Catch 2 pair while they
1 lot 300 pairs your choice.98o
1 lot 250 pairs, your choice.$1.25
Special values in Millinery, Ribbons, Lac
es, Embroidery, Gloves. Get them while
they are going.
Good values in Dress Goods, Linens, Lawns,
Cambric, Bleaching, white and colored.
Dress Goods of the Latest weaves for the
hot summer wear. Dress cool, smilo and
3 cakes (5c) Toilet Soap.10c
8 boxes (5c) Searchlight Matches for 25c
10 pkgs. (5c) Soda, best made, for . .25c
25c quality Table Oil Cloth for.15c
$1.00 Alarm Clock, wake up.59c
$1.00 Watch, be on time.68c
$3.50 Eight Day Clock, strikes and tells
$3.00 large Family Bible, read and know
for yourself, only ....' .98c
Small Testament. 10c
Fancy Glass Spun Hair Ornaments, only
35c Window Screens ...29c
1 (6-ft) Buggy Whip.10c
20c large Tin Bucket.10c
10c large Wash Pan.5c
75c large Covered Steak Dish, only, .50c
60c (set) large Ice Tea Tumblers only 48o
1 nice Glass Pitcher.26c
1 (set) Tumblers good.26o
35c Dish Pan.;.25c
Wo have a full line of Tin, Glass, Crock
ery, and Enameled ware down in the
basement, the coolest place in the city.
Come and see.
Special lot of Jelly Tumblers, Goblets,
Hotel Tumblers and Coca Cola Glasses.
Our do SOES beat other people's
Quick, Get them While They are Hot. We are Located Completely Out of The High-Priced District,
(Next to Bramlett's Shop) 210 West Laurens Street. Don't Spend a Red Cent until you get to the
10 lbs Best Soda.25o
S boxes Matches.25c
Red Iron Racket
J. C BURNS k CO.
SELLS IT FOR LESS.
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Come and You will wear the Smile that never comes off and when you get back home with the Goods Your Sweet Wife and Children will Smile and be Happy.
J. C. Burns & Company?5 Red Iron Racket Stcres-L^ur^ns, Greenwood, Anderson, Greenville, Spartanburg, S. C.