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Office in Peoples Bank Building
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Attorneys at Law.
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Money to Loan on heal Estate
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Terracing :: Leveling
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Few Equals and No
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WON BY PIGODSKY
owherry College Speaker Gets Honor.
Erskine Man Second.
Greenwood, April 16.-First honor:
n the annual contest of the South Car
lina Intercollegiate Oratorical asso=
Gatlion, held here tonight, were won
>y Joe Pigodsky of Newberry college,
;ipeaking on "For a Mess of Pottage."
4ccond place went to J. C. Reid of
,rskine college, whose oration was
)ml "America's Debt to the World", and
hird award was captured by G. A.
[lyrd of the College of Charleston,
Ahose subject was "Thle Workshop of
The auditorium of Lander college
was crowded for the contest, many
visitors coming to Greenwood from all
:ectlons, especially the 'Piedmont, for
the contest, the baseball games and
For the first time in the history
of the contest the program did not
bear the names of the speakers, the
representatives 'being introduced as
the next orator and not as the man
from any particular college. While the
ji(ges were making their decision, the
speakers were made known to the au
Aside from the three winning ora
tions, the others, which are not given
in order of rank, were: "l)emoeryac
and 'Service," Frank FitxSimons, Wof
ford college; "The Unlinished \ar,"
W. .\. Bla 1kblirn, ]Furmanl university;
"'The New Eira," C. 13. Seaborn, t'nI
versity of South Carolina; "llack to
the Path of Duty," P. W. Wilson, l'res
byterian College of South Carolina;
"The idealist and the Value of Ills
Ideals," F. U. Wolf, Clemson college';
"Youth's Ideals," It. 'L. Austin, the
The winner, Joe Pigodsky, is from
Wagener; .1. C. Reid, is from Charlotte,
N. C.; and George A. Byrd, who took
tIhird honors, was speaking in his
hotne city, being a Greenwood boy.
.ludges for the contest this year
were: 1Ietut. Gov. .1unius ''. I Iyes,
Orangoburg, chairman; l.. I). Jennings.
Sumter; .lohn J. MeSwain, (ree' nville;
Allan .Johnstone, Newberry, and .1oh n
Gary Evans, Spartanburg.
Delightful music swas furnished by
the lailder chorus and by individil
memlibers of the 1ander istdent hod
At a meeting of the association ti!.
afternoon W. O. IBrice of the Citadel.
was elected president for the comiing
Otilcers of the association this year
v; ere: H . .\. E~arly, Newherry, presi
dent; W. O. .Blrice, Cit ade, vice presi
dent; it. C. '['hompson, Carolina, treas
urer; '1'. A. Cauthen, Wo ford, ('or
responding secretary; G. A. Chares
teni, re'cord1ing; secre tary.
LOWD11i-:N SW -1::'S
Ills 110311- S'T.\Ti:
I'flinoiis l'rimary l'1its (;orernor Oier'
with Wood Siecond1 and ,lohnison 1.1
( ~'hiisi i, A prl ii. -.\ii 1 ina i lo;~ la -
II . .de li i i ! li is wo Ii t he i i tili
of a l.oti on 5. r tirn'ts roniaidbt Ii.
(ni I ai W'iood caiti ritty. Pl (''o r Ii
naiie le ithlf obwrte otin tali,
:i rpised liililla ft ader tothy rannit
by a~i oit of 5101 voSts' inot'dn -3 1 tt,
((f(ati n ook lount.Thrwren
ll'e wonati e:'oite n the ot iomt.
in a few io (itiled vo t' ey ''i
(g yo illt(5foiami,6 1)'la' Tom-tta of ,
('hilago. lie st in ate ion(1 g all ,tom Itt
byC anigoklt co ntr ltw~ (i ol of t'e
(a'(k outy M'trgaIzation forli four
While letn half .(the voten th.1e
womten wa,365s; adonlyate ent ad
tm atlomna monenion, ito the iolb:,
oceaminie tit tted, othe thraity
five forh muitlalmroets werede
toTe womnand oteent for Johtn
lenged. ne cute separaely. (The0
gate in the tet, inluig' allo 1,8in
Cooka~ countyoshoed the oldii'i
l0, oit eatoi Johso2,98 heot.
larhe wiic eae selected attettt o
fvetof tet'pb. cn ee lde
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LAN FORlD NEWS.
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Lanford, April 19.-Rev. Geo. M. Sex
:on spent several (lays last week in
mri midst doing some !pastoral work
Indl visiting the sick. i-e preached a
uost excellent sermon Sunday after
Mrs. O. F. Fowler has been very
sick. Mrs. Stella Ilomar was sick also,
several (lays last week, but both are
Mirs. . 1). Johnson Is still on the sick
list. We hope they will all soon be in
their usual health.
Mr. J. T. Littlejohn, Jr., a. senior of
Furman University, spent Saturday
night with his grandparents, Capt. and
Mrs. J. W. Lanford.
Ir. Johnnie Cooper, of Spartanburg,
spent the week-end with relatives here.
Misses Vivian and Nellie Burnett and
Lillie Mae 'ox spent the week-end with
their little schoolmate, Miss Margaret
Air. Ilaxtc ' DeShields is at home on
a brief vacation from Spartanburg.
.\liss Grace itleSlields, from Lander
college, is spending a few days with
her parcnts, Mir. and Mrs. J. M. De
Mir. and M.\rs. Clarence Garrett visit
ed their brother, .\lr. Palmer Williams
and family near Friendship church,
Mr. and Mrs. J.. D. Williams spent
the day Sunday with .\lr. and Mrs. .,
Iir. flirch IMlles and family have
moved to Arcadia.
The Mural improvement Associat ion
and )emontration Club ewill meet. here
Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the
\Woman's Missionary I'nion will meet
Seaturday afternoon. We want all the
illellhe's p'CeseIt and som ule new imem
hers too, and want a few of them to
go to tile <onven tioll at Washington.
Mr. and Mi's. (1e. .Johnson fromi
1l' Fiii '0 4 1 aim , nea' Siptart an1iurg.
Spent the W(e(k-Ind with Itheir 1)arenls.
.\Ir. an!d .\lrs. T.' C. Striblin.
.\1'. and .\lrs. ('ai'l 'ooper of t'nmo ,
and \Mr. Iloho, of Iaurein, visited .\r
and Mrs. Waiter i'rin'e last Suiday.
NIr. and Mir's. C. Ii. Ioho. of I.aiurein,
and l i'. and r's. Ion IIatins wt;-,
giue:1s of .\r. 0. P. l"OWI'l'r Sin a\ of
BODIES? OF |11'SS81 S._
1)lSV'O.'EItI.E 0'N BOAT
Fleen Noted .Ilen andi 11m4111(n1 i.it h(r
Slin o' ('ominiteid Suicde.
l1luh re:01, A pr'il ').- The discovery
on thel yachlt. O):stara' , stra d attlr al :
Iin;t on on1le of the fo.iI hs of the I ):t)n
1be(, of thle dead Ldies of I I noted
Rusi:;sn men(1 and women, (ac~h she1
4iou-i- Ile llt'i4, :ald ino a livind :: ul
on oali'd hi:s pres'entited to the 1:anon
iin arutho lt :0..; 41( c' the most myF
t ril. traati nof i is h. :nI in the
Sl ae aIc N. '. Tt1 ih' lv . b 1' inb
.!i d II .' ho :w( of :no-miwrl's of ti e no-i
1 i' .in. famsili , _ of l e 'ld "nd et :I
thyo is i n11 (li'y \\Tnit i al 'Oiiidille 111c o
h.e- yof M lIo' n ilm oa (:: it haelIf t:o
(lehi a-rind tohe iel hore. The
fre nound. Ond hodgit hfoi'l t:-e actua
onolet)i'ofhl-: inssocinai woapei a
Vhaii tinis harn-l t teen iC namd vnd
muchtor thae "'emainsor unon'we re
ufuoinies :!gd tthei eet ng to on
(lie owhenale sotnghatik arrie hee
inSbur. p hi eon-:g;6
in Ashe ille.
Ash vile, . C, A ril lO.--N min
Cetmb. ' Lnd2 atedaefo
tho convention hero would .bring be
:wenn 15,000 and 20,000 soldiers and
visitors to .s-.eville.
'Tonight'i m'eeting was atten(le(1 by
Col. 11. 11. Springs, president, of Green
vlle, S. C.; Capt. Frank 1. Howen, see
retary, of Knoxville; Col. T. i3. Spratt,
L'ort Mill, S. C.; John E. Scott, Gra
ham, N. C., and Capt. Lawrence J.
Cantt, Charleston, S. C.
1'IWO ARE KI1L1ID -
IN TRAIN WREK
Southern I'ussenger Train No. 24, Was
Deralled at Elieinwood, tu.
Atlanta, Ga., April 15.-Two train
men were killed and a number of pas
sengers shaken up and bruised in a
wreck of Southern passenger train
number 2.1 at Ellenwood, near here to
The men killed were John A. Aeree,
45, engineer and H. E. Cain, 21, fire
man, both of Atlanta. They were
crushed under the engine which turn
Washington, April 15.--The cause of
the (lerailment of Southern Hailway
ipassenger train number 21 at Ellen
wood, Ga., today with the death of .1.
A. Acree and R. 1. Cain, fireman, and
the injury of several passengers, has
not been determined, according to a
:tat ement given out here tonight by
railroad ofllcials. The train was run
ning at a1 moderate speed and was de
railed while passing a water tank, the l
statemen t ;:aid.
The list of injured announced by
ollieials included: C. It. Grant, I.Loeust
Grove, Ga.. Miss 4ilan WVoodward,
i.oeust Grove. Ga.; .\rs. Sallie 10;idson,
Fort l'ayne, Ala.; 11. W'. Eidson, Fort
Payne, Ala.: laylor Smith and wife,
.\lel)onough. Ga.; 1. it. West. Atlan
ta; II. G. Gilbert, Atlanta; John A.
loush, Atlanta; .1. A. Cook, Stock
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