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4 A LLOWAY FILES CH A RIG ES
A ( NS'I' POSTMASTER GE NERA L
Oilloway's Friends 'Threatlen "Pitfiess
Puiiet~ky' of Postmaster General ii
(alse Gallwn11y is Forcel Ont.
BLy Lewis \ood in Colunibia
\ashi ngt on, Au gust. 29. -' rges
agains 'trlns4er nhi rleson
were ,filed at the \\'hite lio nse ls1
l'obruary, b1Y t'hlarles" .\. ((alo ay 'o
Coln11Inha. oneo (if the llein1ocratic in
vers of' tll 4 i-il Sert , e4 co iniis io .
it I rn tI I d1 4 1ay. S i 11 411an 1eoutts
1V, it u 4 a sQs erie 1ti 4144i ill '44>4.tillas
4)4: n 4a I n I I I I It: so
d14tr 1 i1i fotr .\Il. (for Mr. all . y's to
in o i fro I 4 li- 1, hw ' si 414i \ il
..(In milA 41 m . 01 1 ilhin a :1 Ih r time
wi- It r. I 4 4 Ilh intt al I !Ih , resh:
n4: ionl oil '.l 4 r ri 4 n (' \ r. M r (allo
!!nch- -. - l (;all44w . 44.4W-: I th
willI he :ilon to
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Ah e \'hle lorr e
Grand Prize uonay,
iresrins \ Ammuition I
Wite for Ca1lokc
THE REMINGTON ARMS U M.C CO lN
pecially in the matter of the appoint
ments of postmasters, to further po
litical ends. The latest one of these
charges, made somno weeks ago was
that \ir, lurleson tried to induce Mr.
G(tllowa'v1y to certify Mliss Emma K.
lu leson, the postmaster general's
niece, above the heads of three other
candidates who stood higher Ihan she
did in l exat inat lon.
-'Irtietr charge s iade today were:
1. Th'lat Colonecl E'dward .\ l llo
has come to fihe rescule of his fellow
Te'xan. MIr. Iliixlresonl.
t . That r. lt alloway, and ller
man \\. Craimni, a lepil licanll m11m
hr of, th commision. were iniviled
w t the \\hite llo se, inl hi y,
11 i. a 5itf preferred charges againi
the formerc] chairiman of thec comis -
sion .lhn .. . llhenny, .\r. 'Craven(,I
ak it lhl pr ident to suunnivtion \iIh.
\lellhennly so thec accusat,11ions' co l
be lmudle lo Isk face.
:i. That followin. these vilils, 'ost
111:11 i'i-- liiI bsotihn loi lIs ri.
( a wioxly allfi Crla\ ('n thlat .\rA tll
hennliy wo l bw rem~loved as s'oonl as.
aI 111a1 vonhl bw found to tak. hlis, place'.
'11. 1 Tha Ih post was offervied Ito
icir m. rhah now of, Ilh l e :-a
Tnolh- Ilnilin.a d to Voer \.
\\'()(Illey , now or the interstale Com
mer1.1cv Collnission,. with thillu
thatl hoilh de1clinecd. and \Itr. .\cl lhennt
was no11Movd but renilaine'd inl (itf
lirl. for Ps mon11ths- and thwn receivrd
all1 N!p|poitltinevlli w I a $ 0 lilb l r
in ll it Jl - i fl r
an '*ralve opposed, a.s sulsc(uil 11011 o4
ai use( and f'avoitiisml a metho111 of,
al~nn liun canldidlates' for p sia tr
Mhps w ich .\lssis. Izrl io nd \Ic
Ilhenn1 Y appt'oved and11 which thei
pres identI ;4ust4ained.
G.That nunlwrolls appoinlimentis oW
posimater4,alay cerlified bYI the
iv il :ik vice. ConuniissiOn, are hvine
hl-Ild up by .\Allt. llur1.c~les w\ithl Ilh re
nu11 11hat theore is :-:r-kat dissalis!rae~lln.
1- Iwvrilly b'y two D ih-mor ,IaIic senf. -
tors, Walsh of Massachusetts and
Pomnerene of Ohio.
Supporters of Mr. Galloway said to
day that ho and .\lr. Craven received
the lirst suammons to the Wh 1 :louse
July 5, 1917, and that the president
sent for them again on July 9 of that
year. It is said that on both of these
occasions, they discussed the ollicial
condictet of Ar. AMellhunny as chair
mnani of the comntissioni, ant declared
I. Was arbitrary in III; rilings. level
ingul bv-etwee ("alloway and Craven, onl
tie one han1d, and .\cliiclihenny on the
other had xiedfor someit time, and
increasel (linti 1917 and 1918. Whei
the 11 presielit retu,'ned fronil rane in
Fi hriuary, 191S, hto demlanled the imn
metliate resignation of Cravel and
(Galloway. 11,01h handed inl their r-esig
nations. That or 'raven, ille 1 epubli
Can. wa11s aerop'ted. hit (aItloway's was
1111. anld Ito is st iii ill lliel . It wI ts
at the tillotle 1hat ie eilt in his r
nation, 1h1,1.\Mr. Galloway fileu c are
11.inAl the posIlt1it :v (I' ge rIIIal. so it
was said today.
'Tin' fo'int or exal i l in to wicih1
\Iasirs. (hlloway and ('laven ol.ieted
involes selndill. a1 pls1tollicl in p4 tor
lo 1 town, accompanied y I solme14 one14
i o1 tille ('ivil Servi(e Onunission. to
int ieiw cition-ls rga d n th <na
ilie111iol' of can didlla to I' tie post..
l ian Irslhips. It is 11111t'r.tood Ihat the
1111 Ill ieOrllols tel t 1I11 ha 114l 11
tuti. is allowell to tihl po4.1 ll(icc isper
ov who se\l\,Is till' v i r n to lbe ill
t1lvi',w1d. witl the r-ealt that ti . ill
14 r-viw may hl e l 'I'udivi'l.
411w1111 r oielctiol n \ Iw ich jItl- iwo
1 in' o i i s b t eI lI th
old s. is Ihal af - tin ( 'ivil Se-Irvice
('i n i iol (Itr itil- : h pl licants14'l inl
re p eive( ontIer. I Ilh, poo"Istast von
Ira ha the opportun11ity of electing
(ne 11f th Ihreo nlwn hih.-A .t inl the
list, withiout beinle for-cfd 11) ecett~
1114- ()Itm hkitin'l in 1111. ex\atulitn tions",
irrespective. (f linflitical mr other a1s
Always Ask for Genuine
"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin"
Only A ii 'n Tal Is witll t ol afl-ty
ofi tht.!m art, gt uill ne
-I. a hl f \c ii. mvw d aind
. by \m I lt . ,n an1d proved sa 'f
r. 4n 1 f i k !Yieown ,iIn
ItaI, duh-aito b \O rn a lh
r' T i st of A s ln" .1loulI
he a-krtd for. Thenl look for'
ty "tlk-.. rl (r ::S" m Ill pa-k
Still ( - h a1111 , gc p loth -
e( I are Iof 1\1 '4 1 -it v li t I t4 r fa
i -en id. I 441 ~ iil 4t.1 t
it i44 II~ili tll'\l, '-O > (4111 Ill
' ilrhe' (' 1 - 1 90141i lt'-taiion a
alli i lleitm Ol\ul.l '."l . - \il jIM .l ,. .lt
lut i y to day141 laid 0 b loe k l4im
li Ins fo' i tnter fh. m e e ;' m illY
her dul pa of itrll1Age aut J.l raown.
& he o 1:: 0110 I~p r..ieni zati.p gr n
rates by the interstato commerce
commission was in principle eidors
ed by "fifty millions of persons own
Ing or directly Interested in raIl
road securities." Representatives of
the coastwise shipping coilpniles
urged iat port-to-port rates shlould
not he put under the control of the
interstate commilereirce x0ieomisslon lin
reorga it it ion legilation.
Ar;guint g a gainst private monopoly,
.\ilr. IrI yan said fhe' railr oads mtt ust he
consqidereid as ia Iiontopoly, and that.
"n) one( (nn deendtl at p)ri va(eP m11Onl
opoly nliess hi has So it1ch stock
in it that iI Silelnces his coiscien e."
\lr. Iryan ayreed vit thev funida
minai proposition of ithe ilIuh plan
that the governmenlt. shohli own the
road"'1 atl such nationialization lie as
sorted , were'i' bietter t 1.hat private
. for po! itlal pow 1e unitder a
11ationa'lization) schemile, .\r. ilryanl
dolarted the vovernmen1clt couhid do no
V.")1' ' 11a1n private ownevrship, for thle
"Uiraehave ben n oltil v
(1 :1y for the last 25 years." Sena
'(" ; ald re rllesenitatlives, state oli
inand other., have beenl elected
belauise f ra ilIoroad I I iulleie, lit.
JOHN A. H LAND,
Tho Greet woo Piano Man.
The largest (I -al r in musical instru
ntents in Wester othi Carolitn. tclls
inos, slf-pla r') piatnos, organs antid
wingt mnkhins. Reference: oThet
11n11k of Grveenwood,' !he oles't :and4
strongest Bank in Greenwood County.
W1 14 1, V1 5 %6U610 a
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concor i np in t
oprtjso byy it rr
i w).ith its e iincy?
Perhaps you have no.
ticed the effect of Govern
ment control on the -.0
railroads, telegraph, and
Bills have been introduced to
license, and regulate the p-acking
indus try-.-perhaps your business
will be next.
You would probably dislike
to have this happen to your busi
r'es een nor thn;yu Would
dislike to hav" yOur (1 d'ly supply
of rneAt interfered with.
Swift & Company, U.S.A.
T V/HT ECOMES OF
THE AiERAGE DOLLAR
yI , SWIFT & COMPANY
FROM IIIE SALE Or MEAT
10 BY 1'FoOuIS)
12% 05~ CENTS I1, PAID FOR THfE
2iAIA TC C \ 2'2 os cENTS ORe e -Al
.S65%l \ LIVE ANIMAL & ,
2.04 CENTS REMAINS
Qe o SWIFT&COMPANY
.AS PROFIT _
We Vou for Them
Of all the tires that are made,
'-why do you suppose we ecuiemtos
prefer to sell United States
Because they are made by adpretn h hnsta
the biggest rubber company mk ~~trs
in the world. And they knowT
how to build good tires.selUidStesTr.
They have choice of ma- bsns obyte.Te
terallthey ihate mee facilities, -the employ many
-whydo yu sppos we exclusive methods.
Unid Sta They can go to greater
TirslengFths in. testiggmprvin
Becase heyaremad by and perfecting the things that
rcmake good tires.
In te wold.And hey now We find it good business to
Wehkow tuid S s Tires asell United StatesTires.
Vakwmall-a"And- you will find it good
Theyhavechoie ofma- business to buy them. They
terials,-they have immense are here-a tire for every need.
United Stts Tires
are Good Tires
We know United States Tires are goodtires. That's why we sell them
EUREKA DRUG COMPANY, Laurens, S. C. W. Y. McNIEL, Waterloo, S. C.
WARE SHOALS DEPARTMENT STORE, Ware Shoals, S. C.
SOUTHERN STATES LUMBER COMPANY, Laurens, S. C.
BELL, WORKMAN & COMPANY, Goldville, S. C.
A. J. LAMB, Enoree, S. C.