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Entrance ..examinations at all the
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BALKAN ALLIES IN AVAIL
Condition Described by One Who has
Visited in the Zone.
Something of the courage and suf
fering experienced by the Balkan al
lies In the war of the Balkan States
with Turkey is to'.d in a communica
tion received by Evangelist A. H.
Evers, who Is now holding Gospel
services in Laurens, from Evangelist
J. F. Uuenergardt, of Budapest. Hut?
gary, who has made several visits to
the war zone. Evangelist Uuenergardt
is the president of the Danube Union
Conference of Seventh-day Adventists,
Which comprises the kingdoms of
Hungary, lloumnnia, Bulgaria, Servla,
Croatis, Slovoaia, Bosnia, Hervogovl
nia, and Montenegro. He said:
"In Sofia, Belgrade, and Nish, I
saw a great many of the soldiers and
officers, and the wounded and prison
ers In the city of Sofia, prisoners from
the city of Adrianople, where they
had taken thousands of prisoners. The
general of the Turkish army was
Sukrl-Pasha; the Turks were defeat
ed hy the Servians near Bitol. There
the Servians took GO.flOO prisoners In
the battle of Kumanova.
"I at first visited the city of Bel
grade, where we have a nice church.
In Belgrade in almost every house
there was one wounded?some mem
ber of the family. In spite of this
they seemed to be very jolly and eool
becnuse they thought It was a great
thing to have this honor.
"While I was in Belgrade, the bod
ies of generals who had fallen in the
battle of Adrianople were brought
back. Thousands of people had gath
ered at the railroad station and the
music they played did not sound
.very mournful. It was the jolliest
music that I ever heard In my life.
When I asked the reason for the oc
casion. 1 was told that five officers
were about to be burled.
"From there I went to the city of
Sofia. This city looks more like a
camp for soldiers than a city. There
arc thousands and thousands of sol
diers on all sides. The schools In
every available building are occupied
by the military. As I passed alone:
the main street, I saw the Turkish of
ficers and soldiers, who had been tak
en prisoners In the coffee house; tak
ing life leisurely. They were looked
at a great deal, but they did not seem
to notice it at all. They were brought
there from Adrianople. They got
good niual8 and good places to sleep,
so they probably enjoyed it more than
on the camp and battlefield.
"About the suffering?I saw many
wounded soldiers with arms shot off,
and legs shot off, going on a walking
stick as best they could. Some had
eyes blown out. it was a torrlblo
sight. But they did not seem to com
plain. When I talked with some of
them through a translator they all
seemed to bo very contented.
??During the battle of Adirnnopio,
the Bulgarians took the fort of Kork
alissa. The Germans who fortified
the place said that it would take 'at
least throe months to capture it. But
the Bulgarians took it in three days.
Most of the volunteers of Bulgaria fell
at that battle. These volunteers
fought like tigers. The fort was sur
rounded by steel hedges, but those In
front ran up, and threw themselves
on the barbed wires, until they had
made a way for their companlans to
go over their bodies to the fort it
self. Thousands perished In that
"Some of the Bulgarians were so
brave that they did not even wait for
the Commander. They simply just ran
right ahead. The officers could not
keep them hack. There were some
cowards among the officers.
"Once a peasant of the Bulgarians
shot one of his officers. They took
him before the commander, and he
" 'Do you know whom you have
" 'I thought It was a Turk.'
"'Well, it was not a Turk, it was
"'His answer was, 'I thou/ it an
officer could not run. The Turks
run. You re'ad It to us yourself that
when we see any Bulgarian run, we
should shofot him.'
"The commander said, 'You are
good soldier. You did your duty.
"In thejbattle of Kumanova, I think,
one of the regiments was almost total
ly destrcyod. When they took the
Turkish ?ositlon by storm, thousands
and thou ands of them fell.
In a n oment all the officers were
shot awa: . They had about four hun
dred yan s to go yet. and bad already
gone foil ? hundred under the fearful
fire. Wh fn their officers fell, the pri
vate sold lers became perplexed and
wavered somewhat. Just then a
young .leyv stepped out of the ranks
and took} the standard and said:
'Boys, ahead! 'This made them brave
and they ' went ahead. Later they
asked him why he did so. lie ans
wered: 'I <dld not know as that was so
brave. I (thought we had 100 yards
more, to the enemy, and It was 4o0
back. We vyould get shot either way.
So we might as well go forward t>s
go back, fit was more advantageous
OF RABID DOGS
State Hoard of Health Ising Pasteur
Treatment In Many Instances over
Tho state board of health Is at pres
ent administering the pasteur treat
ment to 26 patients supposed to be
Infected with rabies. These patients
reside in town throughout the entire
state and their treatment is conducted
by local physicians with virus fur
nished by the omopS of the state de
partment. During the present year
1S7 cases have come under the super
vision of the South Carolina health
When it is recalled that only CO per
cent of the heads examined reveal the
traces of rabies, it will he seen that
something like 300 heads of dogs, cats
and other animals have been sent to
Columbia for examination.
During the past four years, since
the department was established, there
has been a steady increase in the num
ber of cases reported to the health
authorities. This may not necessarily
be due to an increased prevalence of
the disease, but may result from the
fact that the news of free treatment
at the hands of the state department
has spread into the country districts
more each year. Most of the cases
brought to the attention of the state
health board are reported from the
The department Is not only fighting
the disease by per scribed treatment,
but is striving to prevent its spread
by Issuing bulletins which describe
Its symptoms and thereby enable per
sons to spot dogs which are affected.
What to Do.
The following extra from the
phamplet Issued tells what to do when
bitten by an animal supposed to be
Infected with rabies:
"Any wound made by the teeth of
an animal should receive Immediate
attention, since such wounds are
practically always infected wounds.
They should be cleaned out and thor
oughly disinfected with the usual sur
gical solutions. If there is any reason
whatever to suspect that the biting
animal was suffering with rabies, or
if it appeared sick in any way, the
wound should be thoroughly cauter
ized immediately. The best cauteriz
ing agent is nitric acid, wheh should
he carried on a swab or glass rod to
every recess and part of the wound.
Carbolic acid and other acids appear
to be less efficient, but are of service
A'itate of silver is useless and should
not be used.
"Tincture of iodine might be used In
lieu of anything better. The actual
cautery, or red-hot iron, Is not as
effective as might be expected, and
is very painful and unnecessary de
structive. Where the situation of the
wound permits, complete excision may
be done, followed by cauterization
with add. Great care must be ob
served when using strong acids or the
actual cautery about the face on ac
count of tko danger of edema. Chil
dren and very nervous subjects should
always be anesthetized before cautery
"Tho suspected animal should be
Immediately secured, if this is at all
possible. An animal at largo may
sometimes be captured by a lasso, net,
'crocus bag', by turning a box or bar
rel over It, or by snaring it by means
of a loop of stout cord on the end of
a section of gas pipe. Once secured,
escape of the animal must be securely
guarded against, but the animal should
not bo mist routed, teased or deprived
of food or water. As soon as the ani
mal dies, or the symptoms become un
mistakable, the head should be sent
to the laboratory at Columbia for ex
amination. If the animal remains
alive and well for ten days, there is
no danger of rabies."?Columbia Hec
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Tho Servians took 60,000 -prisoners
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Between Greenville, Anderson an
Greenwood. Effective Thursday, May
15th, 1913. Trains leave and arrive
corner Main and Washington Sts.
No. Time No. Time
1 COO A. M. 2 8.10 A. M
3 7.50 A. M. 4 10.26 A. M.
B 10.00 A.M. 6 12.20 P.M.
7 11.45 A.M. 8 1.40 P.M.
9 1.46 P. M. 10 3.55 P. M.
11 3.40 P.M. 12 6.2B P.M.
15 5.00 P.M. 16 8.10 P.M.
17 7.05 P.M. 18 9.20 P.M.
19 10.00 P.M. 20 12.10 A.M.
Tickets on sale G. S. & A. Terminal
101 North Main street.
C. s. Allen
Gen. Pass. Agent.
Jno. W. Ferguson C. C. Feathers tone
W. B. Knight
FERGUSON, PEATttBRSTONE & KNKWT
Attorneys at Lew
Ientrinn, S. C.
Prompt and careful attention given
Office Over Palmetto 3ank.
State ?f South Carolina.
Whereas, petitions have heretofore
been filed with me and signed by
moro than one-third of tho qualified
oleotors of those portions of Spartan
burg and Lauren8 Counties proposed
to bo cut ofT to form tho now county,
and embraced In tho following lim a,
Beginning at a point where Fair
Forest Creek Intersects the Union and
Spartanburg county line; thence the
run of said Creek the line In a north
westerly direction to a point where
a public road crosses Fair Forest
Creek at Foster's Mill; thenco the
road to Glenn Springs tho line to tho
incorporate limits of the town of
Glenn Springs; thenco tho said in
corporate limits In a southeasterly
direction to Its Intersection with the
Glenn Springs railroad; thence said
railroad the line to Its Intersection
With the public cross roads near Phila
delphia church; thenco tho public
road in a southerly direction to the
Burnt Factory road; thence a straight
line In a northerly direction to a point
where a branch crosses tho public
road near the "old B. llammet placo"
thence a straight line In a northerly
direction to the fork of the roads near
.1 N. Coflln's house on the Glenn
Springs public road; thence said
Glenn Springs public road the lino to
a point eight miles from tho court
houB! building of Spartanburg Coun
ty; Mience tho arc of a circle, with
the same number of miles as l*s ra
dius and the said building as its cen
ter, the lino in a westerly direction
to its intersection with a road leading
from Lanford'8 bridge towards Fair
mont Mill; thenco the said road to its
intersection with a road about one
half mile south of Fairmont School;
thence a straight line to a point on
a public road one-half mile south
west of a bridge at Fairmont Mills;
thenco due north a straight line to
Middle Tyger River; thence up Mid
dle Tyger River to its Intersection with
the National Highway near Tyger
River Mills; thence said National
Highway in a westerly direction lo
its Intersection With a road near the
house of H. 1. Cannon and J. A. Mad
den; thence a straight line (s-r>7
\<> w) to a bridge over South Tyger
River; thenco up South Tyger River
to Maple Creek the line, with Its va
rious courses and distances, to a
branch of said Creek which heads at
or near Victor Mills; thence said
branch to Its intersection with a road
west of Maple Swamp School House;
thenco said road to its Intersection
with a road at the Spartanburg-Groon
VlllO county lines thence the said
county line In a southerly direction
(o Euoroo Uiver; thence the said Hn
orce River, with Its various courses
and distances to the Groenvllle-Lau
rens County line; thence the said
Greenvllle-Laurens county line to a
stake X. ;:. N. 13200 feet east of the
C. &W. C. Railroad; thence a line
parallel to the C. & W. C. Railroad in
a southerly direction for a distance
of IV6 miles; thence a straight lino <s
20V? NV) to a point one-half mllo from
the C. & \V. C. Railroad; thenco a line
parallel to the said C. K- \V. C. Rail
road In a southerly direction to its In
tersection with the incorporate limits
of the town of Gray Court; thence
the said Incorporate limits the lino in
a southeasterly direction to a point
one-hair mile from the C. & W. C.
railroad; thenco a lino parallel to tho
C. & W. C. Railroad in a southerly
direction to a point eight miles from
the court hous" building of Lnurons
County, thence the arc of a circle,
with said number of miles as Ms ra
dius and with said building as Its cen
ter, the line in a southeasterly direc
tion to its intersection with the town
ship line between Scufflotown and
.lacks townships, in Laurens County;
thenco the said township line the line
to Its Intersection with the Laurens
and Union county line; thence the
said county line the lino to a point
where; the Sqiartanburg and Union
county lino Intersects the same;
thence the said Spartanburg-Unlon
county line to the beginning point.
And whereas, the boundaries of the
proposed new county, the number of
inhabitants, tho taxable property, aa
shown by the last tax returns, and
that the proposed Uno? do not' run
nearer than eight miles to nny'oourt
house building now established, are
as set forth In said petition.
And whereas, the report of the Com
mission appointed by me to ascertain
the facts as provided for in the Act
of 1005, now known as sections 636,
637, 638, and 63!? of the Code of Laws
of South Carolina, Volume 1, as to
whether the requirements of the Con
stitution as to area, distance, wealth,
population, et cetra, have been com
piled with, has been filed, stating that
tie law has been fully complied with,
and the number of square miles in
thO proposed new county is four hun
dred and seven square miles, leaving
to the County of Spartanburg more
than live hundred square miles and
to the County of Laurens more, than
live hundred square miles.
Now, therefore, I, Cole L. Rlease,
as Governor of the State of South
Carolina, by virtue of the power con
ferred upon me by the Constitution
and laws of this State do hereby or
1. That an election be held In the
territory embraced within the pro
posed new county on tho 29th day of
July A. D. 1913, upon the question of
creating the said new county and that
at "iich election the qualified electors
* Ithin tho proposed area shall vote
upon said question, those favoring
the proposed new county to vote
"Yes", those opposed lo vote "No".
2. That the Commissioners of the
State and County Elections of the
Counties of Spartanburg and Laurens
respectively shall make all necessary
arrangements for holding said elec
tion and shall appoint managers and
do all other things necessary for the
holding of the same.
3. That the County Supervisors of
the said Counties respectively shall
have prepared prlntc.l tickets as per
the following form, and as widod
for in section 236 of the Cod ' "jvws,
1912, Volume I, and furnish u\* s*ro?
to the CpinmiastoncrH of Hl'ecVkm to
be sent by thorn to the ManagVrs ?*
Eleotlon fqr the use of tho votefc?. V?
Wit! Vi \
n-Vm of Haiiot.) \
Special Electifc\n upon tho quostlonVof.
tho formation o^a mow county out pf
parts of BpartanNhurg and Laurent?
Counties, held July ,29th, 1913.
Shall tho New Couti^X be Formed? .
Where shall tho County t$4\At bo lo- 1
cated? ., \
What shall Us name bo?
4. That at said election the quec
tlon of a name and a county scut for
Bald proposed now county shall also
be submitted to the said quallflod
ft. That said election Hhall bo holet
under the same rules and regulations
as are provided for by law for rogu
lar general elections: that tho man
agers shall he appointed as provided
In section 041, Code of Laws, 1912,
Voluino I, and bo sworn before en
tering upon tho dischnrg of thoir
duties, and they shall open the polls
at sovon o'clock In the morning and
keep the saute open until four o'clock
In the afternoon, whereupon tho polls
shall he closed, tho votes counted, a
written return of the number of votos
east for and agaiiiHt the formation of.
tho proposod new county, also tho
name thereof and the location of tho
county seat therein, shall bo made,
signed, and certified to by tho Mana
gers of Election, and, together with
the hallot box, ballots, and poll list
shall be turned over to the Commis
sioners of Election as required by
law; that the Commlss-ioncrH of Elccr
(ion shall then tabulate the votes' and
make roturn thereof as required-' by
law to the Oovei :.or of the Stato and
to the Secretary of State, and also
(He a copy of the same In tho ofllco
of the Clerk of Court of Common
Picas for each of said counties of
Spartanhurg and Laurens.
In testimony whereof I have
hereunto set my hand and
eaused tho Great Seal of
the State to be alllxed, at
Columbia, this 26th day of:
(SEAL) May, In the year of our
Lord One Thousand Nino
Hundred and Thirteen, of
the Independence of tho
United States of America
the One Hundred and
(Signed) COIiE L. BLEASE.
By tho Governor: Governor.
It, M. McCOWN,
Secretary of state.
state of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
Porsuant to the proclamation o>C
His Excellency, Cole I,. Mease. Gov
ernor of South Carolina, and in ac
cordance with the terms and provi
We, the undersigned Commissioner.!
of County and State elections, for tho
County of Laurens, in the State of
South Carolina, do herehy order an.
olectlon on July 29th, 1913, for tho
purpose of voting on a New County to
he formed from certain territory to
be takon from the Counties of Lau
rens and Sipartanburg, a full and com
plete description of which is sot
forth in said proclamation.
Now, thcrofore, we, the said Com
missioners Of County and State elec
tions, for the said County and State,
do hereby appoiill tie- following Man
agers of election al the products
herein below named:
.1. M. Fleming
10. II. Moore,
W. II. Hrummond,
.1. It. Cook
w. p. Patton
A. G. Edwards.
11. B. CoSSell
10. F. Finchor
W. W. Yenrgln
.1. H. Ball.
W I". Little
W. C. Crow
C. It. Wallace 1
J. It. Dial
C, B. Leonard
C. C. Jones
S. E. Gentry ri
S. C. Hill
W. M. Meyers
A. E. Cleveland
F. L, Donnon.
That only the qualified elector.-, re
siding within that portion of Dials
Township within the proposed area of
the New County shall ho allowed
to vote at Gray Court and Power
Shop, and that such electors shall voto
at the place at which their Registra
tion Certificates entitles them to vote;
That only tin- qualified electors who
reside within that portion of Scufllo
tOWn Township within tho proposed!
area of the said New County shall
he entitled to voto at Langston'K
And that only the qualified elector.?
who reside within that portion of
Youngs Township within tho proposed
area of said Now County shall ho en
titled to vote at the place which thoir
Registration Certificate entitles tbom
The Managers of tho election shall
require of any elector offering to voto
at this election, and before allowing
him to voto, to comply with the geil
Oral election laws of this State.
The polls shall open nt seven
o'clock A. M. and close at four
o'clock P. M.
Jno. M. CANNON,
.1. C. McDANIBL,
L. B. BLHASK,
Commissioners of County and Statu
Elections for Laurens County, South
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