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1S. C. I)FGION JS OPPOSED
inistrtics )elegates to Fight Move for
lIonus. State Executive Committee
Lauded. New.berry .Next Conven.
Spartanburg, June 15.-The South
Carolina department of the American
Legion .in convention .hero today went
on record as being opposed to with
draiwal from the national organization
and as opposed to the legion's agitat
ing a cash bonus for ex-service men.
Delegates to the national convention
were instructed to use every effort to
have the national convention repudi
ate the activities of the national ex
ecutive committee in regard to the
A resolution was passed commend
ing the zeal of the executive commit
tee ill endeavoring to maintain sitrict
adh-eece to the basic prilciples unl
derlying the inception and birth of the
The session r of the convenion were
veely throighoul the lday. 'ITe lu:
tionl of, withI(lrawal from the na.tionlal
irganizatin, which was takei up m
thc tulornling session,. provoked4 hevatev
(lisenilanim at liinic. Th im nu-qu
lion, which camne u11 d rin the atr
non011 ;:kssion was also very lively.
Formellr G;ov. (1). ". lley-ward dlelivered4
an in1spir-iing addrevSS a1 the mlornliing
'Thir were tbout Intll (elegate(s, rep..
resentingInarly very post inl Sotht
Carolina, oin ti floor of tie c(onlvenII
tioni hall. .\t '2 o'clock in, the after,
noon1 the ex-ser-vice Itent gailtereI alt
the chambervi of commller-ce hblfing.,
whevre thley enjoymed a lunlcheonl toln
deredi Iletti by tille chabilier of com -
Intvitationts for th nlext contveintiol
w(wer extende(i by Greenvile lanl New
berry. A movement to make Columbia
the permantenti meeting place of Ilte
conlven1tion was defeated.
G. 11. Maiton. of (;Iieiville, was
electd(I ('omtialniet' of the South Car-o
lina (partment, and Newberry was
-selectedI as the( nevxt conivention (.ity.
.1. Lyles Glenn, of Chester, was
electei vice coimmantier; Prof. Frantk
W. lt'ailrley, of the l'liver'sity of South
Carolinla, sitt ibtorian;. Dr. .J. W.
Prazor. Spartanhurlg, '-haplainl.
'IT' following were lallied oni the
4'X(*'tivtei\I' colmmittee: irst ditrict.,
.1. G. Diinkins, Alanniing; Secold d1is
trict, 11. 1. Hlly, Ailien; Thiid Is
irict'. Hiarry 11. iiughes, Wal hall;
Foulrt h dIistIrict, W. F. IRober-tson,.
(;reenviliie Sixth ditsrict, Hi. Kamin
ski, Georgetown: Seventh distrt'ict, S.
P. liondges, columbia. The two mem
hirs at large are lei'ry C. Tillman, of
wrcswood, and It. 11. F lon, Flor
The14 followiner wecrc electedi dle
fga- t the n ational convenion w.
thI, .\ p rienn1 l in . -0hich m :es i
( Id hif Sipombcr 2i7 :
Thani it.Sproll. Port \Iill: .1..'un
d A. n : : ! ..
acre tract near H ickory
;, near 0. P. Goodwin's.
County, near Lebanon
[ shall bfl glad to show
aity property for sale.
t on East Main street.
t Real Estate dealer in
Camden; E. W. Middleton, Charles
ton; Jin Shephard, Edgelleid; Ben 'M.
S!awyer, Columbia; Bernard Manning,
Spartanburg; '1. 1. Ellerbee, .lan
ning; Douglas Featherstone, Green
wood; llenry C. Moore, Gaffney.
Following are the resolutions adopt
"Whereas, the South Carolina de
partment, American Legion, did not
deem it wise to concur In the recom
mendation of its executive committee
lookng toward the withdra-wal of orir
branch from the national organization,
"Whereas, the state executive com
mittee was actuated by the highest
ideals and impelled by sincerest mo
"Whereas, their goal in endeavoring
to maintain the honor and integrity of
the Legion is both patriotic and com
"Be it now therefore resolved, by the
South Carolila branch Aimerican 1,e
gion , inl conivention duly asseibled:
'First, That the South Caroliinh
state eXectitive commitittee hv coi
mclnded for tl ir' zeal inl endeavorin!
to llaiitalin s-trict adherelnce to the
bas'-iv princph-snderying the incep.
liont and birthl of thec American !
"Sccond. t hat the tIalks of tile con
Ventlionl hit ex1(ealed O utl for thevir
faIiithfIl servite and ti-ir great sac i
licvs whi ichI they have miade it their
I.ervi c( Io 11h4 1 , gionl.
'Whiereas, tie American 1egioin was;
fo ndiltdu u toll tt principle's of tuniself.
ishne. and patliotisii, and c'ai fill
fill its niissji)n in flis (out ryl.' oily, %
by r-etuainling true to thee pinipls
"\\'l'i'as, the Anit'zican Legion at
its first annual eoiveilion reallirmti'ed
its adlierenice to these iprincipl s I)'
declaring that it would not 'ask for
legislation in its seillIsh interests,' and
"Whereas, the national execltiv
comimlittee has, contrary to the funda
menttal irinliples of tle ltgion, a res
olution of the jiational contveni ion and
to the comparative negl eel of the
wotinded and disabled, openly, activt
I yand aggrssively agitated and de
manded a cash honis for all ex-ser
vir mntl, regardltss of disahility, low%.
" e i 't resolvel by lii' Soith ( 'alo
lina departint i.i the Aioe-ican Lc
gion il convention assembled,
" irst, Thal we condein in thi
strongest t'erms stch activities of thei
national exe-'ative comnmittee as in
consistent with tila, principles and
ideals upon which the American Iv
gioin is founded and In flagrant disre
gard of the action of tie nitionai (-on
vention duly and solfcinily expressed
inl its reou i i on the subject.
"-'conid, Tlmt it is the sense of this
body that I"' stat' debi yals to th
oat inaI cI o; Ive I tio irepudiate Itl'
tctiv it's of th nai t iol1 N I i I i ve
c noitIII h.mi rf1rr1d if and ' ..h
te r : - tilprv t fUrti -
m'l i ' s t t n i S' i lt f ' i h tn or
It2'm t i-nan e Ot liprmedcWiho t ,it wion
mia -t onven ~ tin here li tnight ftt er-t lin
dt.r- ing thei iiot'i eague o toitoi Itwifitou
wee'- 4 conviion i was astori my one.it
utrh-a'in in;t ofii th fedeiotrat iona
h-.-im iindse ibtoi, thttl weate iota tih
Ilu lt ito 'e ien a ult;m e
b'i'a 0' lib-ty i n l mCtaint'anng orer
('il (ill t'oli'inged i highi lost.
of l hivingrin.
Jlin ofpfood antI cthitiw ntive
Itl lavci idit'ly fo
I\ igli ! to ut i anilo oeration thf
I 'lad iC I'nni byio t flit' nv tin
tat is 'i-n falrain rga i h
:nuzilti aprovedt by' itacontinh
Sbonventi'i o demands: C(-~l;' t
I BE DISTItIBUTED
Nearly Five 3illion Medals for Men
Who Were Members of Armed Fore.
Washington, June 20.-Distribution
of 4,765,000 Victory medals to Ime,
bers of the army, navy and marine
corps who were in service between
April G, 1917, and November 11, 1918,
will begin tomorrow. In addition to
the medal Itself, the war department
has authorized the issuance of thir
teenl "combat or major operation
clasps," and a Defensive Sector
clasI)" to be worn on a ribbon with
the modal and flive overseas service
clasps for troops not entitled to the
Among the major operation clasps
the MAeuse-Argonne offensive leads in
point of numbers, department records
showing that 1,208,350 men are en
litled to tiL decoration: the St. Mihiel
drive is second, w% ith -).-,7,750 and the
.\isne-Marm' third, vith 277,X80.
e irsIt viictory medal was
:;vented inl Februmlary to P'resident Wil
n as ommandcriin chief of Othe na
ion' military and ntaval forces.
Havens of Tower of London.
The ravens are an instlitition in the
Tower of London, althoimli there Is no
record that they are one (if its h istorie
feanares. One Of the yeoman warders
has charge of the rn yeas, giving e.1.
a particular nume, such as . mes
Crow, thief," if it suits the charactur
of thle bird.
M 3ONSW BUCK
Iuiout questionif Huint's salve
fail- I,- tle treatment of zeina.
etter Ringworm, itch, etc
Don t bec'Orne ditcoltraged be.
:nue other treami ents fniled
u4%l ',Sailve is reieved hun
dieil of such cave.. You can't
'(t on our Money Back
Gunpantee. Ta y it at our risk
ro',A Y Price 7,c at
Lairens Drug Co.. Laurens, S. C.
of a Maxweli.
they have run aiway fro:
Butt in any "piece
whui hills, turns, cur
roadls enter ito the geun
they do( not outrun a
The reason for thisi
steels in a Maxwell. Tl
to Maxwell's own fo
make possible construe
ing great strength with
The lightness of
er. -s a Maxwell to
with umorcecase and lest
Take notice that on the 2nd day of
July, 1920, 1 will render a final ac
count of my act,; and doings as A
ministrator of the estate of Eliza
I'ichner, deceased, in the office of tile
Judge of Probate of Laurens coun
ty, at 11 o'clock, A. M., and on the
same day will apply for a final dis
Charge from my trust as Administra
Any person indebted to said estate
Is notliid and required to make pay
ment oil that date; and all persons
having claims against said.estate *will
Present them on or before said date,
duly proven or be forever jarred.
w. c. WjiHT.\NmuN,,
June 2, 1920. 46-45t-A
NNd musiel n 'olms the soi b 1)
INpro'eIc in tll uprem41h
pl euo- insi t r1-al si rengt h11
ophitly (.f Ohe \\eaver l'inn,
Ill st'vle ilfl t he piaill I'm, Yoi
ultility 0, the \\eaver. with the ,
1ItI . I,<l~
.j ... .
sis of the "Road
te to its spec
r ears have comec down a
'road speed" control, as.cend
mai~ke more tim
aight 8tretch of roadway.
n1 a Maxwell. The strength
.a Maxwell to st~
:>f..going" ...n. .
nor bettr, side
ves or rough ie.
era11 average, I te
rtaxwell. I te
makes spee~d a
s the special cannot, and thmu
1ey are made average its "ro
rmulae, anid breaking the sp
tight rein-t This ability i
lih 'ih. of many that
the weight friendships dail
take a turn of them to dati
Slowing up, 500,000.
ina Auto Compa
Y. MILAM. Managme
A public meeting of those citizens
who return real or personal property
in the school district of the town of
Laurens, will be held In the court
house, Friday, June 25th, at 11 a. m.,
for the purpose of levying a tax fvor
maintaining, the public-Pchools In the
town .,of Laurel . for 'th;.e chola stic
By orderoef 'Board of T s,
0. B. I Il ",
C. f."ROPF)R, rinan.
Secretary. , 47-3t
Plies Cured In to 4 Daid
Drugilat refund money If PX20 OlNTMNr fai..
to cure ling. Milti D ce or Pr- A odlg Piles. .
inatly relieves JtchIlg Ile-% at, you onap
resful eeu after the htat epoilcat on. Prica c
dei.in of ile Skilled pi'nist
ax-is of Wevrsupreluney' .
thee explain tihe vonldelrful
Ir 11in one eihie lthe g'reate
4)einil presti-v it will bring.l
hilt undler better
a hill as well, and
over a rough piece
of its steels enables
and equally as well,
rains, roadl uneCven.
>rds, a Maxwell
then a larger car
evens up) to a high
ad sped" without
ii a Maxwell is one
is Winning new
r. Nearly 400,000
3; in another year