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Ampirants for U. S. Sengto and Also
for Congress Address Voters in Cap.
Columbia, July G.-An audience of
loss than a hundred people, Including
politicians, which later dwindled to
less than thirty, heard the candidates
for the'United States senate who spoke
in Columbia Saturday, the program in
cluding also si)eechcs by the two
Orangeburg men who are candidates
for congress from the 'Seventh dis
trict, H. P. Fulmer and Congressman
E. C. Mann. Three candidates for the
senate spoke: V. ,P. Pollock of
Cheraw, Solicitor George Warren of
Hlampton, and \V. 'C. Irby of Laurens,
and a statement of - Senator Smith's
candidacy was read by his son, who
Is his secretary. The senator ap
pealed for the vote of the people on
his record as member of the senate
for two terns. A dozen ladies in the
audience left when Senator Pollock
had concluded. One lady stayed.
Senator Pollock took a stand for
prohibition and for woman suffrage,
defending his vot! for the national
amendment. He said that he felt that
he had a right to-vote as his con
sclence dictated on a (uestion of
national importance. Ie said lie was
looking to the future at that time, and
that the recent platform of the nation
al Democratic convention was his
justification, if justifications were
needed. lie praised the federal ad
ministration's financial system andI
lauded -McAdoo as Its proponent. Mr.
iPollock turned to his opponents in I
conclusion and said that lie supposed.
they miglit hope to succeed Senator
Di'al four years hence, and that Sena
tor Smith was sending around by his
secretary his farewell message to the
people of South Carolina.
Mr. Warren received considerable
applause. lie built a platform of
"stilte-isit," as opposed, lie :;aid, to
centralized federal government. lle
conlemned the Esch-Summings rail
road law as iniquitous. He con
demend also the Volstead act. "A
woman who makes wine in her kitchen
to relieve sickness is made a criminal
under this law," he said. -ie strongly
asserted that he was a iprohibitionist,
having written the South Carolina pro
hibition act. lie advocated a financial
,program for the country that would
spread out over a large number of
years the war debt of the country,
thus lightening the burden on the
present generation. Nir. Warren imade
a plea:iing speech and was heard at
When Mr. Irby was introduced more
than half the small audience filed out,
having heard, apparently, all they
wanted. MIr. Irby launched into a con
demnation of corporation lawyers in
the Senate, on whom le placed the
blame for the high cost of living, lie
advocated a system of cold storage
acking houses, for the produce of the
farms. suppuortedl by "national money",
and used for the marketing of farm
prioducts at times when the demand
warrants, thus balancing the r'elation
between supply and demanid andl main
taining conditions of prosperity, fair
priice committees to have su per'vision
of the operation of these houses.
TI'ill niT PAID) TIO
IHF: OF (00RGAS
Secretary lnker ("ives Ouit Stuatieent
Lanrdinig Achiievemen~its of Army Of
flcer. Genreral (Gorgas Died4 art Lom.
Wishington, .J uly 4l.--T1r'ibute to
the life and~ achievement of M1ajor
G;eneral William V. Glorgas, who died
yesterday in Londlon, was paid by
Es cr'etary liaker today in the .follow
"Thme death of Major General Gor
gasm closes a enreer of great dlistine
tion. The wvorks of General Glorgas
in tihe ('anal Zone made the comnpie
tion or the canal possible and savedi
thiousandls of lives. It, would be un
posiblle (Ven to est imate thle hives
sa'Ivd by his sub seinen t pursuit of
yellowv fever pr'e'vent ion. Ills work:
has practieal ly made an historic dlis
case' of whiat was oince a vir'ulint
plague. Although a physician and1(
secintist, G;ener'al Glorgas was in every
sensife a soli irI. M\iiitary men anrd
nil Iita ry tinigs hiad hiis synmpat hotic
Interest and lie carried over into his
scirnt illeb and huliimanait ariana pu r'suits
thle zeal and eou rage of the soldier.
li was~ toumrtcous, high nindled, schmol
arly, andi zealous, andl the withrdrawa)
of his fine enthusiasm is a dlistinct
loss to modern mddieine, just as his
great career is an inspiration to doe
tors and soldiera alike."
No Worms in a Healthy Child
All children troubled wIth worms have an un.
healthy color, whileh iadicates poor blood, and as a
rule, thero is more or less stomach disturbanco.
GROVE'S TASTELESS chili TONIC given regularly
for twoo'r three weeks will enrich tho blood, Im
prove the digestion, and act assa General Strepgth'
eu ng Tonic to the whole system. Nature will th en
th owoff or dispel the worms, and th~ Child will be
1n nerfect l c'dlh. Pleanant tnotaka na pr bottle
IT GREEK DEFEAT
Protest Flied at Suppression of News
of Alleged Victory of Nationalists.
Advance of (Greeks Surprised thie
Constantinople, 'June 80.-There is
a great e*ultation among the Turks In
Constantinople because of the alleged
victory of the Nationalists over the
Greeks in the vicinity of Pergana,
where Mustapha Kenal Pasha's forc
es are reported to have outflanked the
Greeks and to be moving northward
toward Panderma (sixty miles south
west of Constantinople, on the Sea of
Marmora,) taking several thousan(i
There has been no official Greek
communique for two days, and the
Turkish papers are not Permitted to
print news unfavorable to the Greeks
but the Turks generaly credit the re
ports of Mustapia Kenmal's success.
The sultan has communicated with
the* heir aipparent ,who, in turn, has
conferred with the Subline 'Porte,
asking that protests be lodged with
the entente against suppression of
news favorable to Turkey. The di
rector of the allied censorship has re
plied that the -Nationalists have no
direct communication with Constan
tinople, ani that therefore reports
reaching the city are unreliable.
The alleged Nationalist victory has
been -widely heralded through posters
at Brusa and' other Anatolian cities,
where the assertion is made that the
Greek casualties at Pergamia number
ed 10,000. These figures are regard
ed in Constantinople as ludicrous, al
though Greek silence Is creating the
imPression that the initial Greek suc
cesses has been checked.
The Nationalists frankly admit thati
they were surprised .by the Greek I
advance before final action on the
The Greek battleship Kilkis, for
merly the Mississippi, and all Greek
merchant ships at Constatinople havo
sailed toward the Dardanelles. The
Greeks are recruiting men of all
nationalities, including Turks, in
Constantinople. Alany Armenians aro
ATiLA NTA IEIAINS PIACE'
AS SECOND LA lluES'i' (111V
IN DIXIE, WITH11 2!O,616
Washington, June 29.--Atlanta with
200,616 persons, retains her rank as
second city in the south, figures for
Birmingham, announced today by the
consus bureau showing the Alabilama
city IfMs 178.270, an increase of .15,585;
Ir 34.4 per cenlt. 11i rmingham was
third city in 1910, with 132,685, while
Atlanta at that tinc had 151,839.
Southern elties of 100,000 or more
Rinnouncedl thus far in the fourteenth
New Orleans, 387,108, increase 14.2.
Atlanta, 200,616, Increase 29.6 per
Birmingham, ,178,270, increase 34.1
lemiphis, 162,857, increase 28.8 per
San Antonio, 161,2.08, increase 67,0
D~allas, 158,978, Increase 72.1; per
Nashville, 118,3412, increase 7.2 per
Norfolk, 115,777, increase' 71.6 per
iHich mond, -wshh'h ranlk -d as fift h
solitherun city tn years ago, is to
only 1 00,0f101)opulatlon city of I1910
whose 1920 census has not yet been
itnr the 1920 ranking of soutfhern
citleis of the 10)0,000 class Nashvillie,
sixth city, has been passed b)y SanI
Antonio and1( iall-s.
Of the snmaller' cities which ins 19111
had 25,i 00 01o more1 thle only onese that
remain to be ainnounced are H outston,
Fort Worth, ('abreston, Little Rock,
M\ontgomery, Galveston. Portsnmouth'j
..ustin, Waco and .uskogee.
In reorttinig his expereience, Mr. ,J.
(. IIuste., of Rock llridge liathis, Vai.,
stated: ".\ly hior's is the best adver
t isieent you1 would wvant for Dr. Le
G"a r's Ro'uck i'owderis. lie was ini a
runi doewn fix and poor antd I thlough lt
hie wouldl die soon. I got somec of Dr.
fLcGear's Stock Powder's--and today
lie is as fine a looking 'horse as you
can see in this section. I only used a
few boxes of Dr. Legear's Stock Pow
\Mr. Ilusto benefited by the 'advice
of Dr. LeGear. Ily following the I~oc
for's advice you can also keel) your
stock sleek and healthy.- Get Dr. TLe
Gcar's Stock Powdgrs from y'our deal
er; feed it to your horses, milk cows,
steers, hogs and shseep) as per dlireC
tions. Satisfactio nor money baok.
Dr, L. D,. Le~ear Moed, Co., .St, Louis,
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* JONES NEWS,
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Jones, July 3.-In the death of Dr.
John Lyon Greenwood county and the
state sustained a heavy loss. Though
in mid-ago he had achieved an envi
able reputation in his chosen profes.
alon. It Is unnecessary to indulge in
eulogistic' remarks about him for all
of his acquaintances knew him to be
a perfect gentleman and held him in
the highest esteem, admiration and
affection. His loved ones have our
tenderest sympathy in their over
whelming sore bereavement.
G. W. and 0. B. Jenkins of Columbia
were the recent guesta of Dr. W. T.
1We, are indebted to our good friend,
M r. .1. A. Hill, for some extra fine
The (Itarterly meeting at Kings
Chapel June 26th and 27th, was large
ly attended and greatly enjoyed. Pre
siding i0lder Leonard gave us an un
usually strong sermon.
)r. \V. T. Jones was recently called
irofessionally to Columbia.
Mr. F. 13. Boland was stricken with
paralysis on June 29th and his many
friends hope that he may survive the
Mr. Curtis Roberts, of Oklahoma,
recently visited relatives and friends
In this section.
As [lhe travel from Columbia to
Greenville .will go by Princeton, the
road from Ware Shoals to Princeton
should be inmedlately top solled.
irs. G. V. Jenkins and Malster
Frank, of Columbia, and Mrs. J. A.
McGowan and daughter, Laura, of
Waycross, Ga., are spending the sum
mer with their parents, Dr. and Mrs.
W. T. Jones.
Ve recently met the following
friends, Rev. E1dgar Davis, of Ninety
Six; Senator Johnson, Allie Williams,
J. J. T)allas and Senator Gaines, of
Greenwood; Mr. and 'Irs. I. S. Oliver.
of New Jersey; John MeCuen, of
Princeton; Dr. V. C. Thompson of Wa
teeoo, and Mansei Owings, of Laurens.
'We were sorry to hear of the death
of Mlr. Frank Waldrop, of Gireenwood.
lHe was a memtber of my father's comu
lany ('apt. Mat Jones) of the Civil
War and his family have our sincere
Miss Belle Jones has finished her
school at E1lliott and Is at home for
We recently made an auto visit to
Columhia with Mr. Frank Jones as
without quesptanf Hrnt,.sal.,
(all@ In the t-resast Of geeeme
become dsomdbau te
has relieved hundreds of such
aoms You coet lose on our
Meney BacAs Guarentv. Try
- Gt Out H iJDY. Pgaoo*y.
Laurens Drug Co.. Laurens, 1. C.
South Carol ii
Co llege Il 1nds--- 1,3IP) acres.
\~ahiue College l'lant--$2.000.000
Tieachers. Ollicers. .\ssIstants-.
Ten~l lDerree ('onrses in: AgrTIe
Arch'litectureI4, ('hemuist ry, ('hi
Enagin1eerlli, ('lvii Enagi m
Eletrical Enin~Ieerintr, 31ech
Ein IEeeringl, 'Texille induist r
dlustjini Edn1 ent lin GeOnerai N
Short Couarsees in Agricultutre ani
A trlliiiura l'4'Tachers
Iteginis .Junie i and cont inu
aboutt four weeks.
('ollege 3lake-up (our'ses
('Ot ues for ilemi l Entraneitdi('
, JditonsJal 2I
(lubi lIoyv's ('ouarses~
SE(ONID IOME C'OMINO,
AllI g raduttes a nd ox-s tdent
uraged to attenld thtis gather
"Tilgers'' at thte old i,alar: Ye
be !utartfe red itn Hartacks, so
'luets, toweis, etc., as yo dtid1(
Wei ennt accomodate' only l
' tHaracks atnd w Ill r eservye pta
or der of the apllicat ions receii
For Full Informi
DO NOT DELAY,.YO'(
Citation for Letters of Administration pear before me, In the Court of Pro- "It Looked Like a hiattlellell fin E.
State of South Carolina. bate, to be held at Laurens Court rol" Suld Mr. G Jtinser.
County of Laurens. House, Laurens, S. C., on the 8th day "eas staying at a (.otel i a small
B3y 0. G. Thompson, (Probate Judge: of July, -1920 next, after vublication ensyvania town. aharly one morn
'Wherea W. T. Senn made suit to me hereof, at I o'clock in the forenoon, Inns wvnt to the stable to hire a r
to grant lim Letters of Administra- to show cause, if any they have, why and wan s ao the sle or (lead rats
tion of the 1'state and effects of ElIza- the said Administration should not be illed with RAT-&AIle oight be
be.th A. Sen granted, fore. Looked lke a battlefield in
These are, therefore, to cite and ad- Given under my hand this 24th day *furope." Three iz , 25e, 50c, $1.00.
mnonish all and singular the kindred of June Anno DomIni 1920. Sold and guarateezd y , a0,rens
andl creditors of the said E~lizabeth A. 0. 0. TIIOPSON, Hardware Co., Putnami's Drug Store,
Senn deceased, that they be and ap- 50-2t-A J. P. L. V. Kennedy Bros.
4 Door Sedan
It is a pleasant sight to see in almost
every city or town, the host of moth
ers, with their children, enjoying the
It holds the family group together--in
itself no small service to the nation.
Easterby Motor Company
Phone 200 Laurens, S. C.
na's College of Agriculture and Engineering
[ON OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1920
Thr asnvra iewenepr knowledge Ietllti lih('iIivv:
Iighitl wag.es for' iuntinl~ bihor' will I elIup mlanly A~I.uti~t xeii
'erintg, lo'('iitt oitrd
ofii b fouri yVeiI-, viewetid I ely as anI inlvestinent11 of i~~t aina ak111.
Tex- tilt aii of money is h l otin (barnilng tltcapneity to Sitto
Wluit estatteIcomparableOwith'this ennrthe'parent
l'age mneans houpe to give ort leatse to hIis soni ttte
21. iiIJt ,younlgt llnill OJII le i 0ir that niuch value int
EduenJtilonl fits (one for' a life whose po~ssilbilitis LJIscorhibilteAgiultll
Con. :n-e limited nlyAby his lapm-iy alll lharm-ter
Even'Itully for' the' unlttined ter'e Jawaits the slav- her1t ila . 'iih5'lbl~sll
lry liblonlt JinII undirected ela JitI i'' rito.
ellciisill1 ( 'allege Ibrilligs wit hin1 t he' pe i'l Il (\(t\ hue t itn ng1lI t . W't
.lviung nlitJl iln Muth C'arlolIe beit'IOIIs andli posi-fofulioraonn eaIdtth
a bi' illilti5s(of J tet'hni iiI litduenion. At ('lemisont ( '(l~''ie xtsgle, h aw oenn
(ill zert \n lysi s a tlisec tion. l
r~es n ~v~ (~(~ p ('sielntexamition passea e count y
tonw teowreThReita, Clemson College, S. C
TBWUII E CONSIE