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NOTICE OF PRI.ARY ELECTION.
A primary election of the Demo
cratic party vill be held Augus 'Jst,
1920, for the purpos of nominatin::
Candidates for the following o.wes
Unitetl. States Senatr Con.
101 the Fourth Congressional DiStrId,
Solicitor for the .-ghth ici c- i
Governor, LieUtVm"nt eoverno,
Secretaly 0; State, , C)iat toller (en
(ral. State Treamur.r, Adutunt G1':nI
oral, State SunerIendelit f I (
tion, AttIeney General, (ommnisioer
of Atr;elicue, Rla!"i l 'n3nmr'34n
tl'e l..we':- Hoausv. (lcrk of' Court
Sherif, (Croner, Cmty 2ommission
"rs .1nd Magistrates. -
The election vi!l m, held at :10 )oll
liIg precincts hereluafitr Illamed !1 o
the respective club di trict b:; b h th ,
managers :% reinalt er naun'd. 'T'he mu
agers shall c0. n the poill at N o'cloe
in the forencon a.11(1 close the1 at
four o'clock In, the afternoon whon
they shall procee:'d to publicly coun
the votes. After tilulating the Ie sult
the ma na ers shafl ccrtify the sv-io
and forward the ballot I.x containin1
Ilh,, hjllot :, poil ie:and all other :!a
pers oxcepi the <lub to!] reatui- t14'
suhele "octlan by cne-of their 111 nuher to
thoe hirman of the county contin1ittee
within thirty-six hours after the close
of the polls and saidelection sh l , b
conducted in all respects accordingi to
the laws of the stat e of South Car)
lina governing pi111'1try elelions and
accordlin a to the rules of the Dem Wo- I
cratic party. !
The following Is a list of the poliin1g
places With the names of the managers
ai.: oited for each:
Laurens-.Jas. .\. Clardy, It. -11.
Roper, '11. .1. Wolff.
L~aurens .\il-J . Hlellams, .John
3%iontgomery, Thomvis Hramlett.
Walts .\lilI--.1. P. lie d Luth( r
'Corhin, A. P. Colemnan.
Ora-.John Wallace, W. E. .\clcin-',
tock, N. .1. Bryson.
L'an1ford--Russel Pfatterson, .1. S.,
Iliggins, Walter Prince.
Youngs-J. If. Abercrombie. R. A.
Harris, Pau111l Boho.
Plecasont \Mound--C. P'. Hur11dett. G
F". Pulley, Eldgar Garrett.
StOaINr's Ftore-1a1fayette liildie- I
son, A. .J. Hu Ilgles, C. C. Jones.
'ook's Store-Zady IB. Cooper, .1. 31.
Cook, W. N. Stevens.
Grays-. 1. .Alintive, N. G. Thom-i
as. W. A. (odfrcy.
Thomiscn'.s Store- 111111) ll:n
Roy White. I2. W. Glliland.
Cwings-H . .1. G. 1urry, b. .Tm
pleton, (. .\. 1r00ks.
Gray Court-IL.' Z. Wilson, W. 11.
Barksdale. T. F. 11a.0.
1)ials--. ohn W. Simmons, E. D.
Harris., C. M. Tholason.
hiloh-.\1. G. Wall:ice, F. F. 3301
lams, Clyde Wilson.
Woodville-.J. H. Wham, W. R. PIt-I
man, .1J . 1. Terr. -
. Iickory Tavern-I. m. Holt. J. L.
Baldwinl, W. .\L. Abereromble.
.f Princeton--W. 1. Frec-man, A. .1.
M onroe, .\. Hf. Traynhamn.
Poldar Springs-W. 11. Davis, 110
gone E'. Silmson, Twymian Pitts.
'Daniel's Store-Joe Odell, .l. W.
Hill, .1. L. Martin.
Mt. Pleasant-Troy F. Moore, A. 13.
Fuller, W. H-. Williams.
Tip Top-W. It. Sims, S. A. Taylor,
IEkom-S. E. Williams, .1. (1. Coople',
J. F. Walker.
Waterloo--J. II. Wiharton, .r., IlIr
hert Nelson, S. IL. Moore.
Cross Hill-Il. If. Fuller, W. E. Grif
fin, William'S. Atelilson.
MontvileB.R Fuller, \V. ..
Cluck, W. C. 11L,1p.
Hopewell-G. T. Brown, 1). M. Wil
Hams. C. F. Buford.
ClInton .\ill-Hl. Y. Abrams, (G. A.
Camnpbe, .J. ID. Word.
Cl1inton-L. D. .Iee'rary, .1. 'N. Leak,
Lydia .\ill-C. N. .iannly, 2. L. hair
Rennlo-D~avid WN. Copeland, WN. M.
M4cMilla1n, J1. 11. Bell.
Poole, D). A. G;lennl.
C. A. POWIlR,
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days
Drairtts refund money If PAZ20O!NTIMENT fall
to cure tchinag, I~ind, leeding or Protruding Pllei
1r.stantivy reliwces lichir~g Piteo, ardr you can ea
-'.--r..Ntl efter the flr'at neolkenon. Prien Cc
Not iee of .Applientionl for ('harter to:
Please taki not ice that31 tihe unlder
signed wIll atpply to lion. W- 3.laki
Dove, Secr'etary of Staite, onl the 11
dlay of August, 19'. 3a ten o'elocka
m. for a1 chIarte-r for Luicas AvenutI
Bap3ti.st Chulrt ht to bie located at1 Watt!
Mills, S. C.
J1. II. H1OLCO.\lIEC,
J. R. lUROWN\L iC,
ROBS CALOMEL OF
INAUSEA AND DANGEI
Doctori.' Favorite M\ediclno Nov
Purified and Refined from Al
Objectionable Effects. "Oak
tabs" -the New Name.
WV at will humfan.f Iigenuity di) o net
' keless powdier, wirePl4'e telegraphy
eless carrlialg.'s, colorless9 iodine, taste
sa(111 qinie,-nowU comIles natll''lleatei cal
abs)" 3is n0w 0on 14al1 at dru'igstores.
For blllousnesst, consttipaftion and lndi
gesition tli ne0w calorniel tablet Is a pra11
tically perfect remed04y, as4 ideni~cedl b
tiie facet that thlo moanufactul'rr have at
tho(ri.4'd aill (':-ugglsta to relnd the pric
*if the culm4:i isl not "pierfectly dielighited
with Calotaba. O)no talb'e; at bedtIme wit
a1 swallow of \f&ter--that'ai all. No ta4t<
fl nausea41, 110 grhtbg, 1no salts. Bly miorti
nig your~ liv.r la thoroughly cieanmsed an
'Ou 111e feeling fine, with a hearty appa
ite. Flat what you 3)1eano3-no danger
* bont your business.
C'alotabs are- not sold in bulk, Glet a
risina Package, sealed. Price, thirt
bcnSoldy.)ue ru o
'harles Ponzi, Twei
ilOston, Aug. . reponse of
Falnloi, who clims to h~
diek mlillion.-s throughdeain inl inl-*
;rnational pos;tai exchange to bnuk- o
u pt' proceediugs brought again::
im and to orde-i(s issued' by) the t
-Ink commilb.;-ionler today, forbi.dding14 c
me ianover Trust' Coinpa ny o n.sh
icek; signed by him or his ageni. r
a i: hi; declaration toni;:ht that h1 c
vou ld ':n ot ia. out one cent of mon.y
mnorrow" at his offices. t
"Thouigh I altielpate therte will h. <
L Simli rnl on ily COmIny13 aft(' IG- t
lay's develolilenlits," he sqid, "I will i
lo 'nay the notes that. have riu -13|
lay:;. Neither will I pay those whi:
he-depositors de:ire wilhout anl i
vreAs. liu'f I will tve llmy deposito:..,
1at the Hlanover Trust "omnpa'.'
vouild g ladly honior thIese clecks and
'ash tlei. but the bank commissioner
ays that this cannot he done.
"Ii the Hanover Trust Comp.anv I
have two accouits, my' own iersclial
m(,Oint and another one. My plersr.
i account is over a imillikn and a
half, more than six timles tie amon i
I have ou In notes. Iit tie hank
omimiiissloier has refiused to pe'rmi It
m11e to trallsfermy personal accounit tI
Ihe other oine, by what autihority I do
in a statement to news4haper ment
earlier In the evening Ponzi discussed
the stalteiment issued today by Attor
ney General J1. Weston Allen, which
charged that imituitries by state otie-1
ias had' So far failed1 Ill cu 6 m hi
stattements that he had made his prof
Its through the purchase of interna
tional reply coupons. "When Attcr
ney enerIal A llen star1t s in to a s -r
taiIn what my liahilities are, I will give
hIrn ail the help possible," he n:dd.
"And when lie is fin ished I will shoRw
him th Ile money 1.O cover them. llut he
is endeavoring to find out what i my a
sets are, what they are and how I
made my ioney and nobody knov':
that but Charles Ponzi, and noholy
else is going to know. I will die be
fore I disclose these facts to anybody.
"I have played fair with everybody.
I have paid all regardless of the a'
taks and the impediments thrown In
my way by the state authorities. The
I am solvent there Is not the slightest
doubt in. anybody's mind. Why then.
should my investors be delayed in re
ceiving payments which are rightfully
theirs when I have the cash avallablc
to do so? I em not going-to run away.
That is what the oillcials would lih.,
to have me do. I am a tighter and I
am going to fight them to the end.
And I am going to win my fight."
Attorney (eneral Allen tonialpt sent
to Iloston newspapers the following
"All persons holding un:jaid note,
of the Securities F~xchange Trurst C'omi
jiany oir of Charles Ponzi, are reqtues;
ed to notify in person or my mall, the
depiartmenort of the attorney genecra
giving the number and (late of thle
note, thle amount loaned and
amount dure, the pilace where t he loan
was madle and the atddress of thle ho!:!
er. A copIy of the note should he fui:'
nished wh'lere possible. This Informa
t ion is desiird In 'omp~llet ing the in
Ivest igat!in niow being miade by' thr
Ilostonl, Aug. 9.---Aetionl to cheek tha
business diealinlgs of Char'les Ponzi
w'ho claimis to have made m11ieriw
thrtough internlat ionl 1postal exeliang'
was taiken today thlr'oghi an involin
tary petition i bankruptcy tiled bis
-1 thre men wvho hold( notes totallini:
$'750, and biy flank Comlmissioner' Jos
hl (C. Allen, whbo or'deredc thle flain
over Tirust ('mpan~y to pa~y 00 milr
:eeeks of P'onzi or his agenlts heOnaus,
cf an1 alleg~ed overdrawinig of a(
(elunts at that bank.
- Anl incr'eiaed acti: ity ini federalt an:i
statIc. ily st igat ions wa':s also noted.
A I1itrne General .I. W\eston Allen grav
out a stat ement wleh charged tha
intquiries by state otllials had thu
far failed to con tlr'm Ponzi's claIm
that lie hias dealt. extensIvely in interi
1n0tion1al reilly coupons.
L ateo inl th di'(ay PonzI wvas closete4
ini 'ornfereni('e .vIth I 'ilted St ates At
torney D~aniel .1. (i4llagher' and :'ldwi
L~. Pride, the fedei'ai auditor, engage
In g;oing overi is aic('ounts, but at ad
jouriniment niothinlg w'as giv'en out (x
cept the statemelnt that thle confei
o nce would( he resumled tomorr'ow. On
of P'onz'/. a ttorne1y, howerevi' sal
lhat t hey' had been engai gd in "'che:cl
tig up on the audit" ther'e wvas nol
yinig (1o icate~ that thle repiort of th:
-audit had been tiled.
,' !onzi hlImself in a staitieent I
h~ nlew~paper men01 discussing the day
b delopmen)fl~its, reIterat'ed that lie wI
d solvent and that lie desired to has
1 the i nvost igation111 comleteld as 1100
as piosslble so that lie might resun1
nba b~utipensi oper'ationis, lie said thu
he~l had a ceritifledh check for. $1,500,0(
.nubjet to 30 dlavn' notice of withdrav
I a. the Ilanover Tru t (om .aA
her it is alleged ho has ovoir 1. A
t: ac iat , and at(ed that he Iad el)
n dkposit in thN torni of fund.: and puIr
1eurit's at aniother ilsitutilon in thIts Co III
y aimiioints Ilore than s'atllcieit to Y
s-ver all liabilities.
Ittnk Aoluissioner .\ilen in a 'i S
wit explaining his order to he li an- und
vor Trust Can:, said that he had
ouind that the accouint of Lucy .\la;--Pl
(Ali, triseefr POnzi, hlad lleeni (Ger~- }h
Irawn and was therefore compelled itr
take action. lie Ieuised to Zay iw'I' the
nut I he account had been overdrUawn. to
EAVILE l(IIES .ALMO.. W .
pien (onl Schloonewr See V'ui:ial sight. , ,
Seattle, Wash., Aug. 2.-A;very man i
board the :,ehooncr Itoosve!t, from
he master to the cook, in from a r(e
'ent volage. said tHey wouild take an .1 C
.ai that they saw a huige bald eag[' sh
iake a 1xi(d ride oi a san iion's; back in
Mudge and Seymour Narrows, ulf of
Georg ia. And they broug lit tie eagle an
lo Seattle to prove it. tio
The Roosevelt was on its way to
Seattie from the fishing banks in
I!eeate Strait. 'iortly after passing
Seymour Narrows, memii 1iera's of tIhe
crew satd they noticedI a bald ('agle
flyi-ag (lose to the water near tlie
vessel. As they Wa tched the big bird
skimtning near the surface, a spri'ng
salmon, estimated to weigh about 2o nu
pounds leaped clear' of the swift mov- fr
i-, eurrent. Quick as a flash, th e
eagle drove his sharp talons into the tic
fish'.s back. A
Th.r ,\as a great splash as the hi:'. Iy
s:inger dived, taking'. the eagle i f
neatih i the surface. All halds rushed
to the rail to watch the struggle. TIhre a
tietts; titey Faid the 111 and the bird oi1
disappeared in the water, while the
loo'(evelt ste(red a coiturse (.lose I
Finally the eagle loosened its hold pt
on th_ 4alo011n011 and flopped ovtr on the w
surface of the water completely ex
hasted. It had pat 1ip a . ftitm tight
hit had lost if,ts prey. The ,Cew of the
ftoosevelt -111led the hird aboard w ith
a bait hookA. The enale was nearly
drowted but on dck It soon r'ecover
ed and showed Itlit.
While ithe battle between the bird
and the fish was in progress iAt o otntiir
eagles, the Roosevelt's mn said, flew
around the vicinity screaming loudly.
!2 aptain Barney Pedersan presented
tie captured eagle to one of the ioca;
SOU'THERlN TO EXPLOIT
Il:SOU'itCES OF S1'TIl
Wr.shington, August. 10.-Mineral
and diemlical resources of the South
will be brought to the attention of thle
nat Ion th rou h an exlhibit toi be made
by thle Southbern Rail way' Systemi amat
thle .\obile & Ohio Hail roadr at thle
Sixth National E'xposition of Chlemicral
Indu sties, to beit held at the G rand
('etnaraal P alace, New Yio rk City, the
week beajnning .onday, Septembler'
Trhrotughi ariantgemients .wit h Arithura'
I I. Littlc, ine., echtmists andr eng ineer;s
of Cambridge, .\l ass., for aId In mnak ing;
the ex hibhit, the 1 )cvelopmnt~n Service
of the Sou thIerni sceuried the st'tvices of
.\r. Chester (G. Gil Ibert, an econom ic,
geologist, fo rmerly of thle Sm ithiison ian
Inlst itute and niow associate cur'ator' in
Ithe ilvision of .\lietal Tieehtology of
the National .\tuseumti, and of .\lri.
Robert F". 1)1 arr'ton, chemist and en
gineer, a gt'adu. 'e of Princeton t'tn
versity andI of L'EI'cole Sutpericute \'
-tlonale des \Mines of France.
Both have beetn work ing in the
- oalthI several weeks, securtin: mat erial
for' the exhibit anid will he ini attenid.
anie at lie ex 'osition to discuss tech
niceal sut!jec't s in cotinaectioti with nita
Itural resourtes and lndustr'a! ouptor
ItuitieI(s in thie South. M\r. W\illiatm ('.
Old s, genermal inIdustriialI agent fot' thi'
tSoult''rn andt .lobile & Ohio, will lbe
in s getneral chia r'.e of the cxliiit.
Near Princeton, S. C.
Fi1or Satle---t25 acres f'or sale at GlIt u
per aeret. It is ra 3 sp:,ruatte t rarta
- Tlop aolI r'oad trutns throu05ghI one( triact.
-Othti' 2 1tracts arie nearbty. 'T' nmiil
c'arier'I goe/ once (a day I troul h 'eh
'iac. hier'e are It) dwelling hionse.
good barnts. anat's, runninig water'
and11( wtell at each house The tarms rnn
he 'asly3 divided .as thle pubbe road
runs thr'ough 11e center of ercth tract.
Ptlenty' of good timbier,. bioth o:k and
pinwth ('eh tract. liaPtist and(
Methodist churches and 2 good schtool S
0 nerar the farmiw', good lpantur te with each
afarm. Onie ot' thle far'm,; i now 'rly
a stock! farm. .\Ilton II. Mc('rcn, Ix
'Milton B. McCuen
.IWilizamaten. S. C.
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
e of Soifi (arolita,
Couttilly of I ITIVu-is.
heres,0W ptioS igne~d 1-Y a legal
ilh r of the (111alified electr1i and
-holders! residing, inl lianter seluo#l
riet No. -I, Lauriens oulty, o't tith
Alina, asi:tfor anl clcetion0 uponI~
Itiestion of v'tnLt'.g anI additional
(i1 tax upon 14t 1 roperty in) said '
lol di*.dric!, to be usedA for -chooil
poe:, av n filed with 1he
Ity board of eua(i tion, an1 eh1 ('i
rerordolred u1pon sa-idl :1ze:-iinl
chlelion to he held on ti2 *1t
o4) 2.tigus, 192o, at City 1' ol ivek
eo lint Iion, S. C., i said i.-Areu.
er the ni111aagerent of-the (1ruster
aid School distrt t.
Ily such eletors aL retur el
pe(r(oullal r;)vo4 oelrty for ailtx;ion and
> exhibit thevir tax recelipts auind roi
ationi cert ienles as I 'quir 'd iI
general election shall Ibe allov:cd
'hs ao ire;th 3 inladdM;na
shoil voic a hallot (otaiing the
'd "ES" written or printedt r
Those a4..ain tilt thle :t ill L -
)I tax s5i'.li vote a lalloI :o1ti:1 -
the wvord "NO" written or pi-!l -
ther!1on. Poll shall open "I tl-'.
11 of ,, o('!o(( inl thle forenoni and
Ail reinain op~en until thet hour o
' -lohk in the afternoon w..-hen 0 Iy
ill he <osLed, and the hallots eoun1
1hv trustees shl . 11report the result
tle election to the county au(litoC'r
1 nolty sutperintonlent of edule:
n1 within teln day's thereafter.
Rt. TI. \\ll, 0N, Suutl.
t-A B1y order Cont clar'l.;
NOTICE OF EllCTION.
Ite of Southl 01ar401111,
County of I.11uren1S.
Whervas, petitioll signIed by a legal
mnber of tie qualified (lectoi-s all
w-holders residitg in i 1Cu.ffl'tonv.
hool district No. 2, Laurviis coun
South Carolina, askinig for ll l
mn upon the itqueistioln of voting an
(litional-I - 111ill tax upon the prloPer
in said school district. to he used
I. school pup'oses. i-ve beeni 1d
th the coulty boird of dliednti'on,
election is herby orderd tluon
;(i iu'stion, said elect ion to 1 he ld
the ISth ( day. of A ugist. 1920, at th1W
hool building in said distriCt, tinder
e management of the I I'tl o'' Of
id school distict.
Only such elc. tors as retin i real or
'trsonal property for IIo nd ;mi1
hto exhibit their tax reeiftsl- and
s~utration11 CerIt itlateL1I(s l as '' r nirM i '
e general election shal" i- he l.wd
an ever had. -
in the back an<
S don't have
Pthem any moi
Get a cake
}Shave off hal
}gallons of wa
$solve. Boil y
for ten minut<
5> a stick. Presto
is free from d
S, U R E
Did you earn that mon
it, didn't you? Why can't y
it in the bank each pay day
work for you?
Vou wont always be a
well. Then it will be a fin(
you banked, while you coul<
We add 4 per
Make OUR ba
N. B. DIAL, President
Thiwe favoring the i Imnill additional
tax shall vote a hallot containing tht
word "Y:S" written or printed there
on. Those against the -1 mill addition
al tax shall vole a hiallot coltaililn
h... word "NO" wilttin oir fpriIted
thereon. 'olls shall opeI at ti hou
of S o'clock in tihte forenoon and shall
jeilil i Wt it 11e hour ot.
heers for Clean The dirtii
'his wonderful andclothes
t friend a worn- Clean Easy
Forget the old
- those achings There's r
lknuckles. You wish ever:
to worry with world coul
e. Easy once.
e Remedy! could besa
of Clean Easy,
Wash Soap. Just thini.
if of it into 4MA boiling--an
er and let it dis- Get yourc
>ur clothes in it wait a mi
~s, stirring with yourself the
Every garment nre here to
rt and grime. Easy Way
LouIsVItty. Foon PRonuc-rs CC
ey? Well you worked for
'ou put some little piece of
so that some clay it can
ble to work. even if you are
feeling to have the money
i work, whioh is now. Bank
nk YOUR bank.
C. H. ROPER, Cashier
o'clock il the afternoon when they
sh1-all he closed, and the hallots count
The tru stees shall tport th- result
f the eje2. iel to the' eoun; y at:ditor
and county superintentl!I-n- hna
- toni within ll ten day:; thetaft'r
It. T. Vl.SON. S11t.
--2-.\ By order of County lloard .
is vrls hs 4
'coe cean' wen
start to ork!4
othig lie it W e
1s miseralls shirs 4
: womn minte of
d wash day is over!
ake now! Don't
Lute, but prove to
at happy Mondays
stay in the Clean