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I hereby announce Imiyself a Candi
date f'r Congress from the Fourth
Congressional Distriet, subject to the
rules of the Denocratic primary.
J. J. MAtcOWAIN.
I hereby announce myself a candl
date for Clerk of Court of Laurens
County stbject to tIe rules of the
I'. A. S'Lh 'VAN . Jr.
I iereby resphenlly anu10nce m -
self a vanllidaht for re-election to tie
office or Clerk of 'ourit for I :lirlns
Cotinty, ,;uibje(t to ulnes oA the Demo
erztie P'arty. C. A. l'O\\ElRi,
I hre)by announce Iiyself a cand!
<ie for SherTiif o? a ns (f county
an't pldg mlyslf to) ::hdol b., the(
rii and r.e.u l itioins- of the De.o
erati I i ary
I herTby announce mys;el a cin
dida:' fo. re-election to the oflloe of
.tiTof 12aUr(M ns emtty. :4ubject io
t he ples of the D.mocrati prmr
S. C. .Il. .
I lereby announee :ayelf a andl
date fo.' Ih S nte funa !i :,!Ien.
143Imulty and pl-!"t m.y ul( elf to abide by
the ersul; of W h encti e mary.
JACK 1l. D.\ViJIN.
I hereby annormce myself a candi
Wlte for the State Senate fom La-u
rens coubnt and Pthe mYself n ae
by the rule.; of the ienecraptici plar -
mary. 0. 1'. GOODWVIN.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the senate frot Lauren
county, subject to thI ruleu and ru
lations of the democratic primary.
0.ILD. t LONG.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for -he state senate from Lau1
r'ns county, and pledge myself to
abide by the rules and regulatonrs of
the de-mocratic primary.
O. L1. LONG.
I hereby announce myself Ia cand
date for the state Senaatet from Lau
rtens coun11ty and pledge mlyswf Ito
abide by thle reFilts of tie remocratic
primary. It. 1). BOYD.
Friend., of Clarenice .\. hab. her
by announce ohm as at candidate for
i'llou o ii from
1.u e s County. . ;ja o 1he111c -
I herob::- :no', .y.-elf a1 canldi
1 to " ti )ni u n
A. tt. TnlI :
16 u n ia~iv ., m~~i ei to lth(' u.
eI ihlik mtta i*l: *y
I!) ' ;i v) :vIci i'
I hreb.a. :,...;.y....a an.
d.a: for the IlItt: f ' .
from an n -i : n l !. y
self to Abb"iq byOr revils of tho
TO1WN*S . \','l IId1.
I rb:announce my-elf aI (v-n !
datI for re- l ieci t a olicittr so thi
0901ht distICt. Smihjtv t it w ruM
and revgulatinn of tile Djemoerali I
nrimary. 11. A. 111,ACK\\l-:IlA
I lereby annoiune myself for I
lecition for _:orolr Of 1Lallrn; COula
ty, subject to the rules and -ll
tions of he ivmer.ie prinar::, rum
nling Oi n:my reeorid for lie It3:i t
I. 11. OWVIN;G..
I hereby anntounre mylltif a col
dlate for (oroner of I.:mensii (rm:nIy
anrd leige miyself to ahtide by t he zub
and regutions 01: of the D e:nct:e
WV. Ii.\.\1lI'ON W\HI!Ti-Ot('l..
1 h ereby anmvnance my -elif a candli -
dlate for' re-ele' tion for ('ocunty 10)m
miissioner of I.aurens etntuiity. lubje'
to the ril es and regiulat ion; (of .lt
D)emocrat ii l-ii:nar1y.
I herhy an oun. myso lf a enn-i
didate for ('o::ty ('oniiohd>iontr o
abide by3 tei rles rnlii regulaion o~flt
00I:O. C .IitlKINS.
No WVorms hi a lcatthy Child
All children troubled wIth worms have an un;
healhy color, wheindia~tetlts poor blood, and as
rule, there Is more or less stomchm disturbair.tc
GROV C'S TASTE LESS ch Ill TON IC g!iven regular!>
for two or threc wecks wIll enrich the b'ood, him
prove tho digetciton, and ct ca a General Strengthi
ening TonIc to the whole system. Nature il~l thie:
throw off or dispel the worms, and t(ho ChIld wIlt La
in perfect 1 Olth. Pleanant to takte 60c tier bottle.
PRIOPERT'IY INSURED) $8,875i,360
WRITE OR CXILL on the utndersign
ed for any InformatIon you may desire
about our plan of Insurance.
We Insure your property against de
*truction by FIRE, WINDSTOlM OtR
LIGHTNING, and do so cheaper than
any company In existance.
.Remember, we are prepared to prov'e
to you that oturs is the safest and
cheapest plan of Insurance known.
Our AssociatIon is now licensed to
write Insurance In the counties of
Abbeville, Greenwood, McCormick,
Edgefleld, LIiurens, Saluda, Lexington,
Richland, Calhoun, and Spartanburg.
.The officers are: Gen. J. Fraser
Lyon, I'resident, Columbia, B. C.; J. RI.
Blake, Geon. Agt., Secty. and Troas.,
Greenwood, S. C.
A. 0. Orant .. .....Mt. Carmel, S. C.
J. M. Gamnbreli .. .. Abbeville. S. C.
J. RI. Blake .. ....Greenwood, B. C.
A. W. Youngblood .. ..Hodges, S. iC.
J. Fraser Lyon . . . . Columbia, 8. C.
R. H. Nicholson .. . .Edgoflold,s. C.
W.14i. Wharton .. .....Waterloo, S. C.
W. C. Bates ... .. Batesburg, S. C.
Orenwod, J. 11. BLAKE, (Oeu. Agt.
Jan. 1, 1920.
IS DEAD IN 3IADRI10
Forimer .Empress of France Succuimbs
to Acute Intetstinatl' :Inflammnatilon
Aelusedi of Startiig Franco-Prus.
.\adrid, July II.-The former Ein
pre~is Eugenic, of France, (ied here
Death ocCurred shortly before S
o'clock frmill netite intestitial inlilama
ion. She Imassed away qIttictly in the
PrTFelce only of her lady in waiting.
!!'r nephew, the )uke or Albai, at
whose residence 0he d ie(d, was -in
Franco, an([ the other imhcr or the
famlily were bv t
l44 :aten ie had long, sitffere1
from opthalnia and had been o
'i ated on for cataract. Full imperial
h1mors will be acorded at her fun
ue ie - .\I a rie de onl ijI. formeri
ompr r of -'France, wa .s born. itn
Grimie:1,And lusaSimin. Miay .,
1 '.6. SIe was: tilt' s nd d-'tglu r of
.'mi . lnnet Fernandau de Mtoiti.jo
Duke of 1' neranda, and .\anul Nir
WIMCk tof |)no~dinhre, Q Aot atn i.
lier maternal griand falther wvas Wit
Hinm Kirvatrick, l'niled StIa von
stil at .\lalaga., who was a native of
Fe.thLind but a nationaliz.ed Aileh'nn.
The former EImpress was educat(ed
in Franco, Spain and iEngland. and
traveled extensively with lier' Iiot her
on the European continent. She mn et
her !.usanid, Emperor Napoleon 111,
first in 1S5 and marrid him in Notre
Damie Cathedral, Paris, January :,
S53. Prince Napoleon, her only son,
who was -the .Prince Imperial, was
born March 16, 185t.
The E''mptess had great influence
o(er her husbandl, and on several oe
(asions acIte as regen t dIn I og the
absence of the emperor when he was
traveling o was with his army in the
fild. This was in Is59, 1Sland] IS7-0
the latter date dutrin'.t the iFranco
At the outbreak of the Franco
P iissiall war there were Imlany Per
on'- who avce154d ':,L(ni' of ha''in.
b) n responsible for (he connill.i .
VI ~ i Ml'. 'et 11101 1*(4iI3. l1 44
h \st!iljs. I)4ator her , n.
.io Id ley n l ' were nun rou , m
I -aY t i' Ahe was tio cause of all
Q- l'n niui n . which b i m TO . -
tEa. .h a im- tilo winas fromP
S l : n -ratily r' -";vai
(!t Y. tand 1 r a li'I'- O :.' ! on.
had f.,lil and old a---:" hiad (.r*,;)
i:> h'I( r, .d-hW wa-r v II ntly UrTt .
ry ''4 i ho ' w'V d :; her .,( at d inl 1.
pm:ks (;' of i' joyviln t! .e wm:
un hin l and talking wvit tiht. chil.
dr-In playing,. necarboy.
L-anw. 4el. 1 and whint h141t' d thi
r': K r s 1 olln Was call
u~rp's ua- ofSorrow."-ah
d a h iighit cd h . lon. .r o
Wlt :.; and z :ain brin;- clr It tea
ndm( and ;ion. In thle Tuile ir
di ns t in P'ari t w stern isag
dadorws look.d (t other way h-Lf-3
S nio \%a,; le ig n es
Of t i ll o(n 01-'s eugi 10 f thci
n- l f o~e of hr liyns and '-iis fEn'
of.11 b'ecom ilt totally alnd Wi'1(ti
I ffl1 ct...:r e an m, n t'i:.- h a hue
toI utrny, o Sp ain shm ing iilb( that sl
hf hui takenit l~t ti'rher'-ed hw i
n-lyy,01 WEtsint.n rilwbd v.it
roomig frm Sf Fpain-land ai
haiti(let\ndao theiconwhntion ae lva
I la th pty. h r. Aim y-four y01r
time a grV1'll th-nt 11" im' bi foere ir
victr gers toWi. olke o
YonPtoisn Ill l)armeron)elgonia
si to , Af .,rr tld 11.- .\areal diCp
frer ills tha the ntstrcay Sa
'Fuaciesful ait twNoeenmberdo- tion
mbi anv. Cox, th(eno bkertwee Pr::
adenli0nomiaine antI Cor oms anonae
moint aso realsrerJshea of thama
il as t d e.md oadlgt
If the afternoo's tiegoveor fane
'Mrs. 'Cox, '\r. and Mrs. Ansberry mo
tored to the nomince's boyhood home
The governor will go to Columbus
tomori'ow to resume work at the ex
veeitive omce. 'A reception Is planned
for him at the epitolk :In the after.
noon, Franklin 1). Roosevelt, his run
ning iiiate, will stop over for a few
hours on his return from San Fran
Cisco for a conference.
POLICE SUSPECT RY'
New 11 Theory AdvaIInced iI Double
Chicago, Jiuly 8.-A robbery plot in
connection with the shooting of the
wife of Lieut. Carl Wanderer and a
Istranger ]in the vestibule of the -\Van
iderer home oil the night of June 21
was a new theory advanced(-by pollee
tonight following their interrogation
today of the lieiutenant. They declared
thoy had discovered that .M rs. Wand
erer had witldrawn $1,500 from a
hank only two days previous to the
shooting. The money they added was
later found in tihie Wanderer home.
'olice ollicials said Wanderer had
itold t hem that he had planned to re
enter (Ie army, and Police Sergt. John
Norton a(ded that he was working on
the theory that the lieutenant might
have deci(led to frame up a robbery of
cording to the ronds
thcy have to travel:
In sar.dy or hilly coun,
try, wherever the going
is apt to be heavy-The
U. S. Nobby.
For ordinary country
roads--The U. S. Chin
For front w'heels --
The U. S. Plain.
For best results
every wlorO--U. 8.
his wife and get the ioney. The p0
lice official said that " It was possible
the stranger had been (ifployed -by
Wanderer to commit the robbery an(
that in the darkened, vestibule he
lred by mistake. Then after lie shot
Mrs. AWanderer her husband was
forced to shoot him to cover up the
conspiracy. In another statement tb
daf~Wanderer, acoerding to the police,
admitted that both guns used ii the
shooting were his property.
Fred Wanderer and ,John loffman,
cousin and brother-in-law, respective
ly of the lieutenant weie released to
day after being questioned by pollce
who said they were confident the two
men had no conielilon with the ease.
Ti'E ('OLLI(NE. OF ('iiARLESTON
EItranice examinatiols, and exam
ilations for the free tuition Coulty
schliarships at all enunty seats Fri
day, .July 1., at 'i a. .11.1
lour-year Courses lead to the B. A.
and B. .. degre's. Special two-year
pre-mediclal anld pre-lechnlical coura
's are givel.
Special boullilngs and athletic
g rouhil;s, well etuI iiipedl laboratorier.,
unexcelledv~ library faeluitie~s. Two
dormitorieA for meni. Expe0enes imoder
ato. For terims nad catalogue, address
...: th fis Ia t
ceso had toF gi
before the advance
-Tires are often s
same way politics at
The last people 1
up to what they are
are the people who
The bills are geti
big these days in bot
Anid the man who is
it most with respect
is the man who<
The idea that the st
owner doesn't need
tire is rapidly going
of all mistaken ideas
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