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* V LU M xx.i.LA U R EN S, SO U T H CA R O LINA , W E D N E D y JU Y 2 , 1 0.N M R 1
1)OLLAR DEMO('IAC .
IS CAMPAI(N SLOGAN
Every Demtocrat iII State to be Asked
to Contribute a 3uh as $1 te
Columbia, July 19.-Vigorous cam
palgn to Vaise funds for the National
IDemocratic party has been inatigurat
ed by the South Carolina Democracy.
Every Democratic voter in South Car
olinia will be asked to contribute as
munch as ovin dollar to help defray the
expefnses of the campaign which will
bring success to the party in the No
Announcement 'was made today
from Greenville by 'Thos. '11. Cothran.
chair vman of the State Democratic exe
cutiv(, Committee, that Joe Sparks of
Coitimbia, had been appointed itnan
elal director to have charge of tlh
Campaigi to raise fnillds for th1e party
in South Carolina.
"',very Diemocrat in South Carolina
is expected to do his dity by subscrib
ilg as m1ch as on dollar to the Camn
Paigni.' isald Mr. Cothran.
"''The.Idea of i)olIlar Dlemocracy is a
fine one," said Gov. Robert A. ooper.
"Eivery Democrat in South Carolina
can contribute as much as one dollar
ofr --the sucess of telh party in the
Democratic leaders will be asked
by 'Mr. Sparks to give assistance
throtghout the state. The members of
the state executive committee from the
various counties in the state will be
usked to join in the canvass.
Communications concerning the
canvass should be sent to Mr. Sparks,
Liberty bank building, Columbia.
It was also announced by Mr. Coth
ran 'that Gen. Willie tJones has benn
named as campaign treasurer. All
checks for the iparty fund should be
made payable to Gen. Jones.
Mr. Sparks today made the follow
,ng statement concerning the propos
'."Dollar Deiocracy" will be the key
note of the campaign for funds to be
raised in South Carolina for the Na
tional Democratic campaign. The
campaign is to be launched at once
throughout the state and it is hoped
that South Carolina will be the first
state in the south to complete its
"Ev'ory white (Democrat -in the
state of South Carolina is expected
to do his duty. The appeal will be
mnidu to every one of the 140,000 vot
ers in the state to give as much as
one dollar to help carry on the flght
for the rule of Democratic principles
throughout the country.
"South Carolinians are enjoying a
period of unusual prosperity and there
is not a member of the party in the
state who can not afford to give as
much as one dollar to help carry on
much as one dollar. Of course if good
Democrats desire to contributo more
than.a dollar no effort will be made
to stop the gifts. However one dol
lar -will' place Democrats in just as
-Ngood statiding in the campaign as a
"There is every indication that Cox
/Aandl loosevelt will sweoo the couna
try. Yet notable Democratic victory
can not be attainedl at thle polls in
November unlessu every member of the
party gets squtarely bindl them.
"The liepublican party wvill have
necess to large money sources. They
will spend grteat sums in an (effort
to defeat the rule of the People in
the comning il ection's. Gr'eaII 0l'lorora=
tIons and Wail St re(et kings wtill come
l iber'ally to thle aid of thle llepuich tanusI
'"An appeal to the peoplre is thie only
means by wvhleht thle Democra .4can
*wini. The ig~ht is going to be a
strenutous onte. It mutlst be waged re
lentlessly51 int the sta t(s unde~lr einmy
Scont roi. (ox anid itoose'vel t have an
tnountced that t hey w~ill concedie no~
state in the country to the Itepubli..
"Money wviil be reqiuiredl to pay
traveling (expenses of D~emocrat!c
speakeris, the prin tinug of iemnocrtat ic
iueratttre, the payment of iDemocratic
Sadvertising bills and other heavy fin..
ancial demianids of a national cam
"I expeOct to organize a stronig cam,
)dtin throut:zbout South Carolina. The
coty Democratic chairmen will 1)0
as ced -to designate county chairmen
to h p carge of the collection of
fuds3 The camvpaign 'ill be aggres
ive, ilsvery Democrat in South Carm
nit Will be given the Opportunity to
~'ubscribe one dollar. for Cox and
"There is every reason why the
Fought South Ar
Dr. Alexander Hamilton Rice, fait
and its tributaries, and his wife, who
of Philadelphia, arrived the other da;
hazardous expedition during which the
by a tribe of giant "almost white" C1
covered the legendary white, or near
seen only olice before and then by Hi
tions made by the Spanish governmten
South should enter aggressively into
the fight for Democratic success. We
can only help the cause by subscrib
ing our dollars.
Southern prosperity will be assured
under Democratic rule.
"Then above all the South must
support the party liberally so that by
success the high ideals and policies of
Woodrow Wilson may live in Amerl
"Who will be the first South Caro
linian to give a dollar for Demo
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EKO[ NEWS. *
Eko-, July 10.-J~e are having
plenty of rain now. Crops are look
ing fine. Most all farmers are about
The health of our community is very
good at present.
.\r. -. ii. Pinson 'ell from his har
row one day last % 'ek and was right
badly shocked but had no serious in
Mrs. Nell Moore has been right sick
for the past few days.
Congratulations to ir. Guy Cooper
and Mrs. 'lizzle Campbell, 'who were
married Sunday, July 11th.
.\Mr. and Mhrs. Douglas Cooper and
little Julia Katherine and little Mlss
Mlidred Hurts spient Sunday witi
Mrs. 14)u Culbertson and daughter.
Mrs. L. C. Culbertson and dauigh
ters, Myrtle and 10velyn and son, Roy.
attended the burial of Miss Minnie
IrvIn at. Chest nut Ridge church Sun
i)r. J1. (1. Cooper, .\essrs. Carl Cul
hefrt son, D~ouglas Cooper and M\r. Pen
ington were business visi. rs to Ware
Shoals Sat urday afternoor..
-lilttie Niliss -Evelyn CanupbellI spet
last wveek with little .\ iss Zeul inc ('aid
Lit1te NIliss Sarah Durts spient last
week( with treiatives in this A'(etiont.
Sihe was acc(ompiianiedl home Suinlay
by .\ r. ('arilturtson and family.
.\lr. and .lts, l'ugene Cooier' anid lit
iie Son sp1a ent the week-('nd withi rela
tives near H onea Path.
.\t r. andl NIlts. iilayne Corbet anil
NI i. iianer i'u'itIhert son and failIy vis
iitd .\irs. .iennie Ilmilton anid son,
.1 'ek, Suinday afterntioon.
.\l rs. Ii tgh W\allace also visited .\lra
I lail ton for a few days last 'week.
NI\ir. Edgar liii rts and family motored
upii to see their father, Ni\lr. T. H. lltttts,
near ltarksdale, tot' a while a uday
a ft ernoon.
.\i'. and NIrs. Gray Coopter spett
SiundIay with Nit'. Tr. J. Durissey aind
'Horn to .\fr. and N\t's, JT. II Bllack
w~ell, a son.
"If Looked Like a Uattlefield it Eu'
rope." Said Mr. (C. Duniister.
"Was staying.at a htotel in a small
Pennsylvania town. Early one morn
ing I went 'to the stahie to hitre a rig
and was shown a pile of dead r'ats
killed with RAT-SNAP the night be
fore. Looked like a Aattlefieldl in
Furope." Tht'ee sizes. 25c, 500,. $1.00.
I Old and guaranteed Iby Lauirens
H-ardware Co., Putnam's Drug.Store,
party was threatened withonng ato
jus fr~ is exp~lorations aln ieAmazon
formterly %vus Mrs. Ge'orge D. Widener
r' froin Para, Brail, w~ith at story of a
prty-wa treaene with annihilation
mnibals. Dr. Rice Is confident lie redls
wiite cnnlilals. He believes they were
isign Bobadlila In L763, during explora.
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* LANFOR)D NE WS. *
Lanford, .1uly 19.-The continuous
rains are giving the farmers a few
days leizure at present. We have
had a few hints as to the supposed
aippearance of the boll weevil in this
Rev. Sexton and Mr. R. H. McKen
non are conducting a short normal
course in Sunday School -work this
The announcement of the marriage
of Miss Winnie Jeans to Mr. Guy For
irester lenjamin was received here
last week. It came as a surprise. The
marklage occurred at the home of her
sister, Mrs. Hampton Hunter, Wed
nesday, July 14th, at Laurens. Mrs.
Benjamin once taught school here and
has many warm friends and pupils
who wish her much happiness in her
wedded life. She was a very accon
plished young lady and much loved
by all who knew her.
The Woman's Missionary Society
will meet Saturday afternoon as 'Is
The Young People's Club -will have
a public meeting and debate Wedies
day night. Refreshments will be
served. Also a declamation on im
iportant sulject by N.lr. Loue Lanford.
The Rurat Improvement Associa
tiuon and l iomle tlemonstration Club
will have a public meeting in conner
tion with a baby health conference,
conductedi by Miss Minnie Rogers,
Liaurens county nurse, on next Fri
day, JIuly 23. All mothers are request
ed to bring their babies for examina
NEWl .MiTCHEiiLL~ LiEWIS
DltAM. 31A H N ol' i lEST
.\ltel e(1 (w is, star 'of so manf 1y
Ihii n i g drllamas of' the woodsi , hiills
and1( ilans, will ibe seen ini anothler I
thrilting story of the gleat Northwe.:
ILast of Ius l'oplie" ('omes to the'
S'infc(ss Th'leato ne(x t .\l on day.
1In '"Thie Last of lhis Peole"' .\! itch( ll
Lew~vi. I ise rsented( as Lone W\ol f.f, an
Indian, the last, of lls tribe, 'who.
with bis young sister, Na-ta-le, is
adlopt ed andl rea red by an ('mbhiitter ied
white mnan who had at hi mself1 to a
life of isolation in the forests of the
iili ie t he I ndlIan clildren ar ir eared
a 1 n tught the ways anld man ner's of
the whites and1( when a party of gay
Newv Yorker's jour'ney to their land on
a huntinug tip, there begins a diamia
so unusual and intricate that the r'e
suilt is' le1 In dloubt until the last mo
The scenes for the most par't are
laid in the north woods with glimipses
here and there of gay New York and
its picture ie Greenwich Village.
The authpr of the story, Robert
-North Blradbury, also directed the pro
duetion. A strong suixporting east in
eludes Yvette Mitchell, Catherine Van
Bluren, Edldielicoarn, Josep~h Swickard
TSON OF iLHELM
DIES BY SUICIDE
Prince .lch of H1oltenzollern Takes
011-n Life. Recently Divorced.
Ilerlin. July, IS.-Prince Joachim
of Hohenzollern, youngest son of
former Emli)erOr Wilhelm, committed
suicide today In Potsdam.
.Joachim Is believed to have been In
financial straits. le recently was di
.Prince Joachim was 1)0111 Decemliber
17, 149o, in Heil in. lie served in tile
IIte war n11 both the western and
eastern fronts. In the first year of
the war hie was Wouin(ed in the fight
ing in France and for a long lime it
was Ce.ared tha he wontid not recover.
When le lid recover le 'as transfer
e'l to 11he lu'ssi front where he had
several I narrow escalies from cald ure
and- afterwards suffered a serious ill
fer te defeat of the I(erans
Here are some o
bought while in
50 Dark Voile dress
value at $6.95
50 Georgette waists,
36 Tricolette, Taffel
Here is another item
Hose, Silk from the t
$2.50 all sizes.
Gabadine wash Skirl
Hose, Black Whi
$1.50 Camisoles 98c.
sc a spool. 250 yd :
25 per cent off all L
Another lot of men's
range of patterns..4
Three dozen men's 4
Shirts $10.00 at 6.9!
Men's Blue Buckle C
Men's leather Belts
.Middy Twill 49c a y
|L L Sheeting 29c a 3
there were rumors that Elmpcror WIL- for divorce.
liam would abdicate in favor of The prn111ce df(uring the war was
Joachim. ranked as a popular hero in Germany.
Joachim was married in 1914 to Iinee the end of the war little has
Princess .laric Augustine of Anhalt, been heard of him. One roPort was
who then was just 17 years old. A dis- to the effect that lie hoped to conie to
patch from Paris early In the present the United States after the peace trea
year said Joachlm had brought suit ty was signed.
FREE ADMISSION TODAY---PRINCESS THEATRE
This Coupon good for Free Admission to First Episode of the
New \Vonder Serial
at Princess Theatre \Y/ednesday, July 21st.
\V. M. SWITZER, Mgr.
F the extraordinary values our buyers
New York; we are passing them on
bs every one a different style, all sizes $10.00
values to $12.50 at 5.95
a and Georgette dresses, values to $35.00 at
kt of Tricolette Blouses at 4.95. Long
waist at 1.49
every woman should see. A pure Silk black
oe to garter top, a regular $4.00 hose at
Silk Hose at 98c a pair
embroidery petticoats at 1.98 a pair
ts $5.00 values at $2.95. Ladies $1.00 Lisle
te, and Brown at 75c a pair
100 yd. spools J. P. Coats, thread size 40
spools J. P. Coats, thread 50 and 60, 10 a
adies' and Men's Oxfords
2.50 dress Shirts at $1.49, all sizes and big
3ne hundred men's $3.50 dress shirts at 2.50
16.00 dress shirts at $4.45. Fifty Men's Silk
. All sizes, beautiful patterns.
iveralls $2.75, Boys' play Overalls 98c a pr.
K5c, Wash Ties 25c, Table Oil Cloth 49c a yd.
d., Amoskeag Dress Ginghams 35c a yd.,
)sey's Old Stand
Laurens, S. C.