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DROPS DEAD WHIIE
AT WORK 'IN 'ROAD
*With 'lls:P4k 'Itise'd' ii 'Hand, Ifeart I
Greenville, July 28.--With hil ipick
raised in his hand, IDavid A. Turner
suffered heart failure yesterday
norning at 11:25 o'clock on Tenth
street, Woodside Mill village, near his
ime in City 'View, und he fell over
dead in tho -one-:foot ditdh Which 'he
was digging for a pipe line. Turner
was 54 years of age.
IPedestrians who saw flim fall rush
ed to Turner to find that he had ex
pired, and the physician who was
summoned hurriedly confirmed the
testimony that death came very stid
denly and without warning. Coro
nor Allison said last night that the
facts obtain'd from witnesses and
from the pIlyl cian showed clearly the
manner in twllch'Turner came to his
death and that an inquest over the
body was unnecessary.
Turner boarded on Mc)avid street,
in City View, and with him were liv
ing his two young children. 1. IF
wife, at the time of his deai'h, was
visiting in Newport, Tenn., and has
been summone'l. A 'brother of the
deceased. Joseph Turncr, lives in
Before Taking ZIRON, A
Nervous, Had No Appe
E VERY man and woman, who is th
a run-down, weak condition, with
bad complexion and poor appe
tite, due to lack of iron in their blood,
should find Ziron helpful and strength
It is a scientific, reconstructive tonic,
,tomposed of ingredients recommended
.by leading medical authorties.
Describing his experience with Ziron,
Mr. George W. S. Lanier writes from
.Jones, Ala.: "Sometime back, I was in
a terrible condition. I was weak and
nervous, and had a tired feeling all
the time. My skin was muddy. I
THE "OLD RELlA
White Haired Alabama Lady Say
and Go But The "Old Reliali
Dutton, Ala.-In -recommending Thed
ford's Black-Draught to her friends and
neighbors here, Mrs. T. P. Parks, a well
known Jackson County lady, said: "I am
getting up in years; my head is pretty
white. I havc seen medicines and reme
e~es come and go but the old r'eliable
came t?.nd stayed. I am talking of Black
Draught, a liver medicine we have used
for years-one that can be depewded up
on and one that will do the work.
"Black-Draught will relieve indigestion
and constipation if taken right, and I know
for I tried it. it is the best thing I trave
ever found for the full, uncomiforlable
Aftsr July is
When you se:
der mail you]
We are forci
on account 0
FUNDS IN AMN AMOUNT
Party %eaders Will Only Do Uoncern
ed With Sources From Which Mon.
ey 'Comes. Peeace, Trogress and
Prosperity is Slogan.
.Washington, July 29.-Funds for iI
ianctng the Democratic national cam
)aIgn iwil 'be receieved'in any amounts
md party leaders will 'be concerned
nily vith 'the sources from Which the
noney comes, George White, the now
ational chairman announced today
In paying his first visit to the party's
National iHeadquarters. He charac
Lerized as "'buncombe" the suggestion
thit -campaign contributions be limit
Dd to $1,000 for ceach contributor.
IParty heads will scrutinize care
rtilly aill campaign gifts in order thai
"no obligation will be entalled on th<
candidate," Mr. 'White asserted,' add.
ing that any -plans to restrict the
amounts of gifts would be iiseles.
since -such could easily he circum
The new National chairman, in di.
cussing campaign developments. de.
clared that Governor Cox, "as t-h
nominee of the San Francisco con
vention" had become the new heat', o
the Democratic party.
'With respect to interpretationi
tabama Man Was Weak,
ite, But is Now Strong.
had no appetite, and at morning I
didn't feel like getting up. I wai
reading of Zimm and decided I would
try it . . .
"Will say tlmt Zlron Is a good medl
cine. I have gained ten pounds it
four months. Am strong and have s
Ziron Is a mil4 lron tonto, good fol
young and o3d. ft helps to restor<
the sydten, when run-down by over
work, under-nortehment, caused b3
stomach or bowel disorders, or as i
result of some weakening illness.
Get Ziron from your druggist. HI
sells it oh a money-back guarantee.
i She Has Seen Medicines Come
le" Thedford's Black-Draught
feeling after meals. Sour stomach and
sick headache can be relieved by takini
Black-Draught. It aids digestion, als<
ssists the liver in throwing off impuri
ties. I am glad to recommend Black.
Draught, and do, to my friends am
Thiedfond's Black-Draught is a stand
ard household remedy with a record c
over seventy years of successful use
Every one occasionally needs somethi
to help cleanse the system of Impurities
Try Bllack-Dranght. insist upon Thed
ford's, the genuine.
At all druggists. (I. Th)
t we wIll only
for C ASH.
rid in your or
'check with it.
ad to do this
f the time and
placed on the recent conference at
the White House between President <
Wilson and Governor Cox on the a
league of nations issue, Mr. White
said there were no iron clad contracts v
entered into and there iwas a certain
amount of elasticity in the statement.
Mr. White said he had not received in
vitations to the White House but lie
exipected to "call and leave his card."
Democratic campaigners will go .be
fore the country with the slogan:
"Peace, progress and prosperity," Mr.
iWhite announced. "With this line,"
he added, humorously, "we will be
'coxsuire' of winning."
Campaign plans, as developed thus
far, Mr. White said, call for a tour by
Governor Cox of most of the states.
lie referred to the states of Ohio, In
diana and Illinois as the "battle
grounds." The nominee is expecteed
also to make a special speaking trip
through New England.
The aid of William G. McAdoo, run
ner-up to Mir. Cox at San Francisco,
has been obtained as a speaker, .\Mr.
White said. The chairman exipects
to see Attorney General l'almer be
fore leaving Washington to ask him
to take tile stumnip during the camn
Selection of a campaign committee.
numbering probably 'fifteen, will -be
announced soon, as will tile western
manager of the comiaign who 'will
have headq uarters in Chicago. E. II.
Moore, Governor Cox's pre-convention
manager, .\Mr. White indicated, will .be
appointed to the campaign committee.
Financial orrangements will be left
to Wilbur M. Marsh, national treasur
er, who has been asked to organize a
committee to direct the work.
BY ('O.AL MINERS
Oficinls of 3Mine Workers Inion
Would Bring End to Spasmodic.
Indianatpolis, July 27.-Oilliials of
ithe United .\line Workers of America
tonight were awaiting a reply froi
the coal operators association -to a
telegram seit late today requesting
an immediate joint conference of minl
ers and operators of tile central coi
The telegram, ient by .lohn L.
Lowis, president of the mineres' or
ganization, to 'l'ionias . Brewster, Of
St. Louis, chairman of the operators'
executive conmitltee, urged a confer
ence be held to apply practical neas
ures designed to restore normal con
ditions and bring to an end the
strikes that have broken out in the
Indiana andelllinois 'fields. Mr. Lewis
in his telegram said it was his "pro
found conviction that any remedies
which must be applied should be done
by orderly processes tir.,ughi the in
strumentality of c xistin, machinery
within the indus'ry.'
The strike of coal miners, accord
Ing to mine otilcials, is in violaiion
of the contract made by tlie joint
scale comm It tee of oPeators ald
miners to a irry out the reimot of the
coa lconmmission, appointedl by3 Presi
denit Wilsoni. Tihme contract was signed
M\arch .';, and was to runi for tIwo
yeais. Theii strike, It w~as said, grew
out of dissatisfaetion of thle day 'work -
('rs andi muonthily men. whlo did not gel
as Iarige an incrIl'iease in wages ini thei
award imade by the coal commliission
as di thle mach inel aiid pick mi ners.
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* ,J0NES 'NEW~S.*
anrd soni, .lai(, andI .\l's ..l. A.M .e
Giowan were in G reenv'il le last Tules
We ext(end (ongr'atulations to .\r.
.\ianning itolt fand M\iss Blishop and .\r.
Guy Conoper' and .\irs. Lizzie Blackwell
-(Cammpbil whoe were recently marrie'd.
M\r. Jtas. M\orrison has a fIne corn
Rev. Strickland andl dauighters, of
P'rincettn, spent Sunday with Dr. W.
T. Jtones and1( fomlly.
We are graitefiil to our' friends(1, .\lr.
.1 ohni VulIberatson anad Drt. J. 0. .\ art in
for cordilal invitatIons to fittend Chil -
dre'n's D~ay att M\t. Olive on last Sat
ur iday Ond re grette d 0our inailiity3 to
alt enud such a jilensanit occasion.
lIIon. and .\irs. J1. F". Morrison visit
edl their son WVesley in Ande'son last
We recently met the following
friends : W. Yu. ilaldiwin, liainey' Ulack.
we'l, IDIr. 'ooper, of Ekom; Young
G (odfroy of Fountain inn; T1. Ji. Bol
II. L. Watson, oif (Greenwood; 1r.
C'owan, of IDue We(st; iDr. Whiteside,
of NorthI ('arolina; Ed Knaighit, of
Greenville andl Oscar I Iendersen, of
'ait. King has fInished buIlding
Turkey ('reek Bridge.
Walter andl Frank Jones have a
W. 1. Dunn, of D~onalds, sokd a lot
of' cottc i at Ware Shoals, last week.
Messr's. John Rlasor Donald atnd R.
A. .\ioni'oe, of lionen Path, sold cot
toln nt Ware Shona a fwu daysn non
'Mr. 1FIi Boine, of Donalds, a veterar
f the Civil War, is visiting relative
nd friends at Ware SMioals.
Mr. Talley Childress, of Greenvillt
isited her sister, Mrs. Jessie Stansell
Miss Mary Jones has returned frorr
Msm -Nona Riley of Spartanburg i1
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TU r:S- &DOME.S;
I - A kX r
e e : -r -sA
T.Ihe Indian dra
was game he l
He attuned hi
As a result he
or in the hunt.
You lead a di
- 2 daily, but abo
4 Nujol works c
% Instead of ford
food waste. T
to squeeze the
of the system.
Nujol thus pre
tain easy,, tho>
\ Nujol is absohi
visiting her brother, Mr. S. f. Riley.
\Iiss Belle Jones was in Greenwood
Mr. and .\Mrs. .loel 1urnett, of Green
Wood were in Ware Shoals recently.
I The farmers are finishing ploughilng
N i4. Whije Bell, of Oklalionw, a
ever drew int(
is as new tc
Yet, that desir
They are al
never tire y
aftertaste nor i
,cM 3Your say-so a
"MV, but t
CaneI' amo sold ererywh.
* pacag~es of 20 rijrot.
cigaretter.) in a glasvine-pe
strongly recommend thia '
vupplyor when you traveL
R. J. REYNOLDS
ea Ibndan e 1ty-i
fferent kind of life, but you
health. Adapt your habits tt
the right sort of food, exercit
ye all-keep the poisonous:
>f your body. Nujol will hel]
in an entirely new principle.
:ing or irritating the system,
his enables the many tiny mu
contracting and expandmng in
:food waste along so that it j
ivents constipation because it
rough bowel movements at I
kabit in the world.
itely harmless and pleasant to
s sold by all druggists in sealed
! iujoI trade mark. Write Nujol I
rd Oil Co. (New Jersey), 50 B3rot
for booklet, "Thirty Feet of' Dang
dern Method of Treating an 0/
j ol TbrtCo
former puplI of the Jones high school
is visitiig relatives and friends here.
All work is progressing nicely at
We regretted -beling absent from
home when our warm friend, M\r. Jobil
'Wren of Due 'West, called to sen 'u
.\lr. El'dgar Cobb) has a good crop.
uality plus Camels ex
I of choice Turkish and
ic tobaccos pass out the
11 cigarette smoke you
> your mouth I
way to prove that
to compare Camels
with any cigarette in
3 a mild mellowness that
you as it is delightful.
able "body" is all therel
e no unpleasant cigaretty
inpleasant cigaretty odori
bout Camels will be:
iat's a great cigarette".
"r' in 'ien|fical y .ea.'d
or ton package. (200
.on(rlehome or cMOO
tem, N. C.
he rock. His food
en-air life he led.
eless on the march
aan cnjoy the same
>a less vigorous ex
te a certain amount
ood waste moving
, you do this.
it sim ply softens the
scles in the walls of
their normal way,
>asses naturally out
helps Nature main
take. Try it.