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VARUT OF CLARENDON
-MAY 00 TO SUMTEi
atesidents of Turieville Section leni
dbebate on Annexation.
'Sumter, July 8.-Yesterday was i
great day for Sumter and the Turbeo
Vlle section of Clarendon county foi
these two sections got togother in i
big celebratlon at Turbeville whicl
'will be long remembered by all thos<4
participating. The occasion of thih
event was the annual booster trip thal
Is arranged by the Sumter chamber oj
commerce for the stores, warehousei
and other business interests of Sumtel
to go over the neighboring countr)
and advertise the Gamecock City to the
farmers. There has been much (is
cussion by the section of Clarendon
annexing to Sumter so when thesc
,eet.Ions learned of the proposed boost.
er trip, they asked the citizens of Sum.
ter to come down to Turbeville for'a
big plenic and Jubilee after which the
,whole matter of annexation would be
discussed. The chamber of commerce
accepted the invitation and Wednes
day morning several hundred citizens
traveled (own to Turbeville through
the country. When they arrived there
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It is sufficient assurance for the
They have known this ancieni
as have their fathers and grandf
of Brunswick has been noted fi
Brunswick standards, as app1
utmost. In them you will fini
features properly related. No
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.The best tread that's known,
enduring side-wall construction
make Brunswicks prove theiri
has been too great.
ONE Brunswick will win,
Brunswicks. It will be a reveli
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Sold OnAn Onl
' /ura t
they found a J ge crowd waiting on
them. Peopa came from all sections
of Nbter ld Clarendon counties and
some frogiLee cou4ty. 'It is estimated
that betl en 1,000 and 1,200 people
wel'e pr ent. In the morning the
Suniter b rd of county coinir.ssioners
Inet with epresentatives from the Mc
1Urldo, SI m and Turbeville sections
of Claret on county and went over
the iatt carefully. .After some dis
cussion, he board Wledged itself to
build bo roads asked by the people
of the s titon and the people of Sum
ter coon. adjoining. ''here were two
1ictlons, no wanted a road to be call
(d the urbeville road, and another
I4etion iished a road running over an
othor r41te to 1) ecalled .the Dabbs
rlad. When iw nas decided that both
r ads would be built, there was much
rMoicing among the citizens interest
e-4in the matter. The band from
Cjnp Jackson was on hand and- de
ligi'ted the crowd with their music.
T P ylayed a while after the meeting
of lie county board and before the
dei itfuil picnic was held in the grove.
May good things to eat were there
an the ladies of Turbeville and those
vh4 brought baskets deserve the
'thaq'(ks of all those Present for the
picitl was v'otel the best ever by the
enti .. crowd.
A ter dlinner the band gave a con.
cert vhilich lasted over an houi. Then
the tnexation meeting was called to
orde bx Secretary Reardon of the
Sum er ehamber of covimeree. W. C.
Duvihi Co Manning we the first speak
er of the afternoon an( lie made an
(louen t apileal for .he ciiizens of the
'Turb.viile secticn to ltay in -iaren
don county. b. t. Jennings of Sum
ter answered .\I. Davis in a great
speech which took well with tile
crowd showing ithe advantage of the
proposed annexation. It. J. Alderman
spoke against the annexation and Da
vis D. Mloise of E1umter spoke next for
the proposed change. Henry A. John
son of New Moll inade a speech show
Ing the advantages of the annexation
and Dr. George W. Dick, of Sumter,
coiciuded the speaking with an appro
priate -word of -thanks to the hosts
of the occasion, the band, and all those
who had helped to make the occasion
ks because of the thame alone.
m of super-quality.
: house for its hig' standards,
athers. Since 1845 the House
or its rare workmanship.
ied to tires, mean giving the
I combined all the approved
one advantage overshadows
tHe strongesit fabric, tHe most
every addition, every extra,
superiority, No factory cost
tour decision to hiave ALL
ore than like-type tires,
rs: 38 Luckie St.
COX REPLIES TO
.I SENATORt ]AltDINVI
CnIapulg Dedicated to Tusk of Bring.
lug Peace with Honeor to U. S. Wo.
.then Suffraigists Issue lIun Ultinin.
Coluimbus, 0., July 14.-Governor
James 1. Cox, the ?Democratic nom.
Ince for iPresident, today fired the
first volley of the campaign at his
'Roublican' opponent, Senator hlard
ing, announced definitely that his of
flcial notification will be held at
Trail's End, Dayton, and stated that
Ithe Democratic national connittee'
will meet in Columbus, July 29, .in
stead of in Dayton, as was previous
'In his ofilcial statement, in answer
to Senator 'Harding's charge that the
administration 'a-t Washington had
saddled the league of nations upon
him as the chief campaign issue, the
goveronr declared that his own camn
paign "will be dedicated to the task
of bringing about peace Wili honor,
of readjusting the affairs of civiliza
tion and! of creating a new (lay out
of 0which we willI make the best of
the lessons of the past."
III colilectioni With the selection of
a permanent campaigi! manager,
which will be one of the chief duties
of tIhe national committee whlen it
iieets here ,luly 20, Governor Cox to
day would express n1o preference. lie
would not state whether 1E. '1. .loore,
his pre-convention caipaign nman
agri. would accept. the position, bitt
whii -the name of Chairman Cum
minIgs was mentioned, he said that
the national committee might insist
that Ie would be of more use in tle
'amphtaign as a speaker than as a
manager. and decide that Mr. Cum
mings sliould take the stump.
Mrs. .lames 'Rector of Columbils,
chairman of the Ohio branch of the
National Woman's party, called on
the governor to arrange firther de
tails of the proposed meeting of rep
resentatives of the woman's party
with the governor Friday afternoon.
Before conferring with the governor
Mrs. Rector intimated to newspaper
representatives that the women ex
spect to state plainly to the Demo
cratic nominee that unless lie uses
his influence to have another Demo
cratic state, Tennessee or North Caro
lina, ratify the federal suffrage
amendment immediately he may in
cur -the opposition of 17,000,000 wo
men during the campaign.
Among other callers on the gover
nor today were four life prisoners
from the state penitentiary, who are
"trustles" and came over to tht cap
itol without guard. They presented
a memorial to the governor asking
him to pay them at) informal call at
some Sunday morning chapel service
"as upon previous occasions" . an(
congratulating him upon his nom in
ation. The governor said he 'probably
will attend the chapel service at the
penitentiary Sunday morning, July 25.
The memorial expressed deep a -
preciation for the interest the gover'
nor has taken In the prisoners, declar
ing the prisloner's feel "you ai'e the
only governor whou has the right con
ception of a pirison, for in Ohio it is
not a iplace of punishment, it is a
home for 'reform."
Waiter' F. iBrowni, of Toledo, Rle
;uhlcan candhidate for' tihe senatorial
nomination to su(cceed( Senator' liard
ing and one of the senator's floor'
mtatnager's at the Chiicago convention,
also called on tihe gover'nor' today to
Ni:Ei1t0 1.SES LIl-'E
i I('nhine~ of Second Narrowly h ert
I0i!lot1, .tuly I i.-iliilliard Now'ling,
a ne(.?ro of I-att. was killedl in the
lownf of Latta yesterdhay morning
thait i.: ni'gro had w~ii hipedl a negro(
woiman thle ailiht be4fore andl that 1he
iftreiCened her life. After whiiping
thn .womani he Wenut. to a haridwate
stIore,~ lroke into lie st orme and pro0
v'ideid humaself with Iiweaplons and am
muniitlion. l(' was dhetected( 1by Deputy
Sc3 mour'. whose room was close hy.
as hei was iraving thle stoic, as .\r.
Se'ymtouri was awakened lby the' un
usual tnoise mnade 1by the negr'o whe
he burok e int o thle storec. A seartch
was made for' the negro at. the time,
hbut no t race of hi m could he found.
Yesterday morning another' search
was made for hi m <whieh resulted't iln
locating him in a stable at the house
of a negro who lived in town. I. N.
.\insheWv, chief of tiolice, with two or
three others were the ones 'that
fouind him. As the stable door was
opened, the negro fired upon 311n
show, inflicting a slight flesh wound
on the jshoulder, Alinshew then 'went
to a crack in the rear of the stable
atnd shot at the negro inside. The
aegro fired again abiout the same time
and barely missed t-he head of the po
liceman. Mr. Mtinshew withdrew and
called for 'help. As lie withdrew the'
flegro left the stable and as he .was
jumling the fence several shots were
fired, the negro firing one shot at his
pursuers. The negro went a few feet
and fell in some blushies. In the IIn
thne word had reached town that the
policeman had beel shot and 1 1111111 ber
of the citizens fully arm ed, nide for
the see of the trouble. l' ion clos
er inpectlon of the spot whe.re the
negro fell, it was discovered that he
Enraged over the killing of this ne
gro, another negro by the name of
.lohnifle Cousar talked too much, -and
;s a consequence had to be rushed out
of the town quickly and brought. to
IDIllon and lodged in jail. IIadl he been
found by tile Crowd of citizens who
went in ptursuit of him there is little
doubt but that ho Iwould -have been
kIlled. lls tallk was of a very inflain
After you eat-always take
Inetantly relieves Heartburn. Bloated Gasar
Feeling. Stops indigestion. food souring ro.
peating, and all the many miseries caused by
EATONqIC Is the best tOemcdy. Tons of thou
sande wonderfully benefited. oeitively guar
anteed to please or we will refund money.
(C411 and got a~ bLu boX today. You will aee.
Laurens Drug Co., Laurens, S. C.
WE have a large
this season, and those
are a few FARMS ar
near Ekom. Five-ro4
Ler. This Farm is
branch and pasture.
near Warrior Creel
houses, two barns, co
and fine pasture. Pld
at once. Price $150
24 ACRES, I
on road to. Green F
house. A bargain at
2 ACRES, WI]
and two tenant hoi
Laurens. Price right
two miles from Laure
ont house, two barns,
Price $165 per acre.
143 ACRES, 0
on read to Gray C<
room Dwelling, thre
wells, two springs, liv
gain at One Hundred
Hlouse 20 by 40, thre<
on North Harper stre
Top soil road run
54 ACRES, la
well and branch. T
Hundred and Fifty D<
N. L. LMl
GASOLINE AND KEROSENE ENGINES
Just received carload of Gasoline and Kerosene Engines from
2 to 12 lorse IPower; Portable Sag Rigs; Gasoline E'nllue Drag
Saw controlled by clutch which eliminates danger and saves tiinc.
Any defective par: miade good at factory during life of Engie.
COLUMBIA SUPPLY COMPANY
823 WEST GERVAIS STREET, COLUMBIA,S. C.
46-ti e g
Dixie Fabricated Bungalows give every man a chance to own his
own cosy, substantial, endurable, weather-proof, enjoyable home.
Four wall-layer construction with dead air space between effects
insulation against Summer beat and Winter cold.
Shipped in easy-to-handle sections-quickly erected by any handy
man, by plans we furnish. What you save in went will soon pay
for a Dixie Fabricated Bungalow.
IMXIE HOUSE COMPANY
ChARLESTON, S. G.
Write for Mae-.~
of Dixie Houses -
priced from I
$364 to 33800.
full floor plans. dIL
and prios. _
state for Sale
amount of REAL ESTATE listed with us
interested should see us at once. Following
id RESIDENCES which we have:
S OF GOOD FARM LAND,
)m dwelling, three-stall Barn, plenty of Shel
in high state of cultivation and has well,
Price $105 per acre.
110 ACRES LAND,
: Church. Six--room Dwelling, two tenant
tton house and four shelters, well, branch
mnty of Saw Timber. An ideal Farm. Call
'WO MILES FROM LAURENS
ond. Five-room dwelling and one tenant
Six Thousand Dollars.
H SEVEN ROOM DWELLING,
ses, water and lights, on Sullivan Street in
Come and See.
RES FINE FARM LAND
ns. Nice six-room Dwelling, four-room ten
two wclls, running stream and good pasture.
NE MILE PROM BARKSDALE,
>urt; high state of cultivation. Nice seven
e good tenant houses, five-stall barn, two
ing stream and plenty of timber. A bar
and Fifty Dollars per acre.
an Acre, with five-room Dwelling, Store
e-stall barn, two garages, well and branch
et in Laurens. Price $6,500.
TOUR MILES FROM CLINTON,
s through the place. Price $31.50 an acre.
[INE MILES FROM LAURENS,
with two halls, three-room tenant house
his is a bargain at Eleven Thousand Five
>llars. See us at once.
IGSTON, Man; ter, Laurens, S. C..