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DIAL M u Pul f
TO COVUE FIGHT
Regarded as Reas4o1tilly Certain fo*
Washington, \lilt 19.-The case '.Ah
'.vhich the Tincher bill, regulating
rIain exaJ cX-h , lushied its vity
through the house last week, in4-loates
the little favor which mediums, used
in the mn.0h -for gambling .mPu *
Will receive at the hands of 41hJ con
. gress. As. result the cotton Pxchang
es are bisier than ever -bofoie in their
Thore are two measmure which the
cotton 'exchanges are if'paring to
4ight. The first Is the amendment of
Senator Dil of Dauth 4'arolina, re
quil'ng the exchanges '-to give pur
cha*;ers ali eveni break ny to the grades
of (c.ottoni delivered, Thu second is tin
'hill of Senator Carawnmy of Arkansz~A,
plttinig the exchang(s vntirely out 'nt
There is very litt,1r prospect of 'tie
latter becoming law. But the anmuli(l
ment of Senator J1'A Is .regardvii as
Trcasonably certain of passage.
The South CaThoa senator will ag
gressively pulshi li-' miendmlzer the
colcludina days 6) the curren.) week.
It Would provii leg slation hei'
upon a pIr'chasor couild sel-t one
half of . lparoht-Kse in two grales to
be selceted by him; the relnuoiuig hall
to be udeliverd m two gradies to be
noln-aied1 by tlit. exCllallgeS.
I I%-i Week, D Entor iial ;Atted))tel
to stal-e his case before tke agricul -
tural..o-nmmittev of the neimtte. Sena
ter RAnsdeil 4:! luottina, asked that
lie 'rtlrlt. -delity in order that the ex
hnni-s of 'N w Orleans imight be
gIven 1m 'oain*.)I'tu nity Is hear -hin
siaIlltent, adil make a Atatement of
T1eir own. Senator .Dia1 acquiesced
-wit'b the lmte rstanding liat Senator
Ransdell (lii&.ly bring the represent
4LTive,tof th(e exchanges to Washingtum.
The Imuhihma senator got in tow-h
with the exchanges, wich l made :v
'pl'y 'in u llengthy telegmun, -but indi
-nutall no time certain for their rd-.
pioal:tie(I 1jdftwie -the comnitt ee.
Senator Dial therefore concluded tn
(elay no longer. He will be granted
an !tllsiugutik- week. In the meantmP,
he is elated m~t the contents af the tele
-gram from'President T).omlson of the
New Oaloiamn texchanges.
.i-r. TIhonepson wired that -the IMal
neimeininult, 4hough sei-ningly fair 1o
,both the -piurilaser amid the exclangem,
'was mt~ -wuiabhle. Tha't was hIs prin
'cilite easittdisn., and Smumtor Dial holds
that inasmuch as the exehiaigen them
-eles ratlitt iis amentrnent, no olhmir
-g f4? or ind9.MIal NO bring a
ch6-ac of unfatiMas 1iitnst it. He1
:lids that Mr. Thomi.mi has made the
"Most notable cobtriljttioln to hlls case.
The Dial altrenmlent follows the
Comner amendiffhit Introduced In the
preceding session of congress. its
changes make* At more acccutable to
congress, Senator 'DIlal believes. The
Comer anvetbnment passed tho senate
but died In the house.
"My ameinidment," said Senator -Dial,
"would rictify the greatest evil that
works 'inancial loss to the eroditcer
of oottun . As It is at, present, the
rAlicer has nothing to say ts to thte
lyrl'e. The exchanges enn 'cliume the
fiudtuation In price ot $5 per bale
WthIiin the space of a mitflite. iey
'Wave the wvhip hand, beclitise When'
.ra producer demands delivevy, tne.y
give him the lowest of WtIe ten legaIl
"If the cotton m)", Ow11eh2 buys Cot
ton, can rest as0sured Oftl onle-half of
its purlchase.N will bIe Iirst rate echton,
It will have no 'care its to low high
the price goes. It can bty in cilton,
pay the high er'ce, at'J hedge tu the
exchange knowing that hIs -lede will
bring, If exerc-sed, ths.t which really
"'I'he ametrydIment %c otld oilfor an
infinite hoon on the .bolulkl, and the
prospects tor 'Its Y).s.ssage -,Cecm un- i
usu a11y-g t"
Will Trairem r Ihilps lI Nt I ProtectcA
T leg ram ' rom ") ina.
Wlah'. on, Alay 19!.-- The depart
ment (if navy 'tnk l(s wlii sich dis
favor oin tie petitlon' of the govelnor
of S'ut'b Cardina that eder'al troops
be selit to Charleiton to protect .n
prnriva(t vessniV ag.0m1t vIolence a'l
Uthe part of triking seamen, that it
has iimi-Imed Senator :Ulal that uni ss
the Cty of Chlarl'Stol lund the sinx -of
Sout~h Carl ura ''do W. t Irotect -mah
veseuls, they vill' he 1 ransferred ID a
jn-niifimtlon -whereIn Chey will be jpvo
According to Senatur 'Dial, the 7ed
eral -govertnent "thrs puts on |rIal
South Carolhia's itlillity to solvc tIe
prblezm I(tin ltr, ewn borders. lie
hoWi . :6im), tMt't h fo honor 'l Rie
state and in part the iproperty i Ilie
state nre in Jeopardy.
Tit the Tollowig -.legram thI 'i-en
ator nppzGtses 'overnor Cooper and
the mayor 'of Churkeston of the :uit
nat hm untl'hin olriiton l(hereof:
Am infrimed 'thart you have-mven
OrrMIer '[C Wifiiraw state 'ittw ps
ns of vital imp
ess of member
~gardless of disi
30M E A
frtn Clharlosttn afteT 6 o'cloelt today.
Am also inrornied that the Thayor 01
(arleston can protcet life and I)ro
perty on sh0e, but that there is dan
er of ships beIng raided. I have been
requested to ask the United States
government to furnish troops to help
Lreserve the peace. I had this matter
u1p with the proper olflicials and they
inform me that it is the duty of the
mayor of Charleston and the governor
of the state to preserve order, protect
life and property within their respec
tive Jurisdictious and that If this is not
done the national government will
wi'thdraw thee vessels to some juris
dIction wvhere they will be protected. It
wvould be a very severe blow to the
future prmiperity of Charleston and
of our tute and a great stigma upon
the law abid;ng reputation of our
.)eople, 'ff violence should he commit
te d. I strongly urge ycit and the
mayor of Charleston to employ all
meicans at your command to preserve
peace pnd protect life and property
at n'f hazard. Thr. national govern
mcn't informs ine that you have Jurhs
dl-ilon over adjoining waters. PI'ex:e
handle the sitiationi judiciously, yet
firmly and promptly. an I know you
w'll, for the good iinme oi Souti Caro
'ia anid of the natlcn. Evil mnhided
1tople should he sternly made to hkep
11-e peace and respect the law."
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Fl30)i 'NEW' *
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MIckom, YtaI~y ':.-'TMf rmner.-. 111 rV
SomwVVhat h'inle OVeCT tile 11010' 1ta1nd
of cottoni. Soie are pliant'invg raveir' thih
'i'here .wvas; a goodn (rowdi ut (lurel
Sunday. lantor C(nlm\.n was not able
to fill his anpointment and "Mr. Kelly
Cooper corluetel lh service.
The schol at. Chis place vlosed last
Week with lTi c'x'thiltion mu *Thim'd.try
nlight and %vas to Ialve had a .'iAtCen M,
F"riday, 1i. the rain prevented.
Several IoTI '16is seefinn attended
the CXhilito1 :a' 1\lt. c)1VIC Sa'tI'tafiry
We are sorry 'to repolt 'Mr. Lonnie
Culbertson's bai0y right sick.
We hat'a nother sur*r.'ise marriage in
our comrinnty Iufduy -n'ih. T.n Iss
Launra ien4ssey mdll 'ir. 'Kimyd Corr
were marr'icd at ilie lion' of tie of
fileating inin'iser, Rev. -J. 0. Martin.
Their frinds wi 'them ati 'xprospoumns
and hapI 'li'fe.
MIisS Mary ARMiden, nIr etilient
teacher, hen thliisYArrIIglIor herhome
ing of Al
dless of Bral
artance to all f
ship in the Ar
lance, to attent
Mrs. T. J. Cooper was called to
Whitmire last week on account of the
serioust.1 illnes8; of her father.
Mrs. Mattle Burts and children spent
last Thursday night with Mr. and Mrs.
Mr.:L. C. Culhertson and family Were
(inner ,gucsts Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
Mesrjs. J. WN'. 'Thome and a. y.
Moore are -at homne for the summer.
They lihave had a good school year at
M'. and 0rs. Jerne Cheek Visited Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Cooper Sunday.
Misses Mildred legera and lMerl
Doniin spint .the weck-end iath -Iliss;
'Messrs. Bob Lee Cooper andi ienry
Cooper were visitors in our town Sul
Miss Adah Pranthai spent Sunday
atrooni withi .misses Evelyn an1!d
Mr. 'Roy Culberson and wife qpwnt
Saturdatv night with their aunt, Mrs.
Loll Culhertson. and dllghlter.
Mr.J. N. O'Dell and !son were call
ers at the home of 1Dr. J. G. Cooper
Sundh. y, Mrs. O'Deil hn!ng under modi
eat] teatment from tDr. Cooper.
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Ve, the 'Con fodrate Vetera nls, thi :
d1y assemhIed at Ware shoals, S. C.,
1)isLs the presen.,ce or ourcoraes
Capt. J). B. I luut mert, John Davis and
.3L. It. Iobert. wh are not :blv to be!
I with us oil t .\l o ial ay. Thley
hiave ollr dee;w-[ sympathy .In their
etlinementl'11 and we wihGod's richest
blt'.e-sings; to be nndr remain with'themut.
(Signed): V. J1. Cox, \V. 1). Sulli
Vanl, W . S. Fl emin-," IL'. 1D. .111n.1p, ..
. . Dinla.t, \Vni. Dod on, 1. S. HI iie ler
Son], M. I,. LatiOter, Warren Hallentine,
J. T. Rook, Ii. R. Donald, It. B. A rnold,
.J. F. .st . .P.'. E.llge, .Jach Elgin,
W. Y. Watkins, J. S. Smith, G W.,
.Davis, J. S. Ragadale, S. J. Hurts.
Ware Shoals,S C., May 10, 1921.
1ats Pass -Up All Other Food For
One MenI of RAT-SNAP"
Their first itteal of RAT-SNAP is
their last. Hills in few minutes. Drie:;
u) the carcass. Rats killed with RAT
-SNAP leave nodor. RAT-SNAP comes
in cake form. Break into small p19cc
es, leave where rats travel. No mixing
with other fonlI. Cats or dog.- won't
touch it. Bak'etut, cleanest, surest rat
and mice killer. TI'ree sizes, 25c, 65e,
$1.25. Sold and guaranteed by Lau
rens Hardware Co., Putnam Drug Store
and C. E. Kcmicdy & Son.
ormer service n
I this meeting.
Don't Neglect Your Tires
---They Coat Lots of Money
WE GIVE FREE INSPECTION
We Build New Life in Old Tires
Rim Cuts, Blowouts, Rebuilding and Retreading a Specialty
City Vulcanizing Station
Oldest---Largest---Best At City Filling Station
EIM.17. W Z7,7 EMIF :M
Wat bete cm inatonthn
nic grl- vrana aabox
FOR SALE BY
ien will be discussed.
It will be worth your
3 UD DIE