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COLLEVE 'OF TH ARLENTON
Four-year courses lead to tho A. T-.
anid B k. degreen.
A three-year course leads to the de
greC of 11. S. with Medicine. The iwo.
year lrC-medical course is a ,pecll
A co'r'e I Commerce ani Business
Administration of superior excellence
wIll ?., iitroduced in the fall.
Openu t' u and wom.an
Exm -., modratro. For terms, cat
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JHairrison linullollph, P'resl<nth
66- m Cures Malaria, Chills, Fever,
1111Ulins Fever, Colds an11d
Calomel is a
Next Dose may Salivate You,
Loosen Tecth or Start
Calomel is mercury; (licksilver. It
crashes into sour bile like dynamite,
cramping and sickening you. Calomel
attacks the hones and should never be
put into your System.
If you feel bilious, headachy, consti
pated and all knocked out, .just go to
your druggist and get a bottle of Dod
aon's Liver Tone for a few cents which
is a harmless vegetable substitute for
dangerous calomel. Take a spoonful and
if it doesn't start your liver and
straighten you up better and quicker
than nasty caloinel and without making
you sick, you just go back and get your
Don't take calomniel! It makes you
sick the next lay; it loses you a day's
work. Dodson's Liver Tone straightens
you right up and you feel great. No
salta necessary. Give it to the children
because it is perfectly harmless and can
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GR10E'M8 SPEA KElRS
)meun .Takes Blease to Task at
Edfilcid. L1aney MIakes Rieply.
lndgefield, June 231-''he smallest
:rowd yet attending the campaign
nectings this week greceted the can
lidates here today, there being ill)
>roxiately 200 voters In attendance,
lhe mecting was held in the grove at
he school house, and the rostrum
ro1n which caIpaign utterances weri
undo today was 01113' a few yards re
novedl from that on which the clarion
"aI to white democracy was; soundod
n 13971; w~hen l \lart Cary and I. C
lutler joilned In forensic debate 1it
-overnor Chamberlain anld Ies trC(,
Splcche. today follaowed the ' whirl
nig grooves c]i'larly n the weLek
i:tII two eCeptions. Thevc v\' aritiom
ienator Georv'e K. l:ney, the formei
levoi!ng miuch('1 of Iis time to Cole L
3ca ne Ic] the( latter rc ;lying t c
:t&in siatkna nel W!. 11"w y Hncan g
o (Ih, canlal commis on's alleged dis:
Iositioll ci GeClmbwcn!
Then intriudrmna th a
''e , "it i thie f0 SO11h. Oi
'o !o ;m whie: the , g'oi has bloxIn
..A yc-- -,M :monle i rain"We
.0 (o one '\m-ved of) .\ r 1 :in' sai i iw .
>'Vidoetl~y wevr o t a- inntd i
The smakz-er c da ain!! enthuisi
W t th his rrmuchs direc-,l 'at U'- .
u''inri governu1,. I I, had iCard !tleas
:ahe wa 11s in aor ,OCf Cn(lOinilg4 the
ibIition laI " h devil m s
!axve smiled, lie said.
Anot::-er fi hi!. thrutAs wast. inl replyN
o the statement by *lk-ase that I
voIlld not be seeki ng aniother termt a:
\vcnor if so many ni 1n who had noi
>upported limil before, as Well as miny
if his former friends were not writing
Ind urging that lie run for the office
'All this talk about people voting foi
iim this year 'who never voted for hiuc
eiCore is nothing but 'flubdub.' Inves
igate a inan making such a claim and
rou will ind as I did when such t
-laim was made to me that the .man i4
ither a liar or a bootlegger." Duncan
aid he ran into a listening post at
nearby town on the ridge last night
icre there was "a man from 1-ender
onvlle with nothing to sell, but watl
dvertising it on his nose. And strange
o say that man. was hoping for the
eclection of Cole '1Blcase."
In his speech Ulcase had made ref
rence to the wave of lawlessness
weCCping over the state. If IleasC
:new the -Scriptures lie would recall
hat "whatsoever a man soweth that
hall he also reap," Duncan quoted,
.d South Carolina was; only reaping
he harvest of crime sowed when
Ilease was3 governor, the speaker said.
Sfeitot 'Janiey followed Mr. 'uncan
.d gave imuch of his time to the
anal com Ilisn'l effort to restore
he .-'p(erty to the state. Mr. lzalney
ounC1luteCd the dOii>'rn t stages; of this,
einning ith an a:ttem!,t to 1ffCect
atisfactory negotiatlons "o-r1 its mn
'lctioni. WVhen [hi.; lard failed, Is'
s.: hust::ine~d . Th'inmi'i'u~ Hailway,
d to the I~ti Sttes 'a;upm P'm cour,
Gi r. 14:.ney' told [he vioterus that iif thLe
alaries of all tsate ofileer:., comnmis
ioners andc clerks were t~a lon out (of
he apprI.rlation hillI, the aumou:
hus saved would make hut the sliht
at Impi ession on the total appropria
ion 'bIll, and to cut one out here and
hero 'would not be ,felt. lHe also had
oted against the creation of the state
oard of public 'welfare, the budget
ommission andi other ofices whlich
tr. Blease had said lie wvould abolish.
hit the will of the majority of the
teneral assembly 'had Prevailed and
vhen 0once created funds had to be
rovided with which to operate.
Thomas G. McIeod, of Bishoiville
pokOecarncstly. and e'cquently for
ax reform and tax reductions, but
he chief .burden of reduction rests
pith county delegations. Mr. McLeod
oday, as he has in each county visit
d this week, 'poin ted out the r~c-rcent
go of taxes which goes for state pur
'oses and that expended in the county.
n I~dgefleld only 23 per cent, or Ies:
han one-fourth of the .burden, van
e 'attributed to the state legishlture
rhich cut the state levy last ~asionu
Lye and one-half mills. Th'e colanty
eceived 77 pcer cent. of. the total
mount .which the county -pays, and
he people must 'hold themselves and
he county delegatioin alone rs-ponsi
lie for 'three-fourths of the burden.
That was needed was not destruction
ut reformation, and that reformation
niist' begin at home.
Mr, 'Mfbeod i'vould not cripple the
chools and colleges. Nor' 'woulid he
tint Coffederate vetdrans and the
tate hiQsplital, ~i~ut beyond the jirob
ems of fducattion and tak reform, the
~rentosts issue is that of. law enforce.
nont .4'ffiere can ibe no genuine lih.
~rty; there can be no genuine free.
lomn unless a enan is safe in his life
md in his borne." The crime wave
will not recede un1les; tihe veic(ts 01
courts and the sentences of cou rt
lare upheld, and the spirit of law enl
forcement aId( observance must 'L
Inculcated by the chief executive. Ther(
.must be a stol int, to the ae of llen;o
If respect for law Is to go forward it
Mr. Bicase followed and gave m
attention again today to tax rC(luc
tion. lie attrihutes the econoil
straits of the people to "the creatioi
of useless ofilees and extravagantlIi ex
Pelditure of the people's; ioey.' 'I
* day, hie says, the state governllint 1u:
a0lmUOstt ~heen clonverted Into a commb:
Sion foImi of govunl'i2tent. Th. In.
eC fa vee for "ilet" vho-e se; ?
enu l asly be dhoenw I with. 11
th nk . th) l rc i.ie o th. : i
eri ol' Ib," lt) h , c
platfo I i . not that of nw ta%
(e'e C1 o :mt. t : ever he
ill t! h . 'irm of :. ::I al O
p ;. co).ul 4 u't thi r- I"-:
to w h 1 - 1:d
do'tcan' Nnt . %%ir w i! ' h"
11 t:e a odn p we. i e
I*").,.- I ~ f
by the I L% I. lie~ had nto ':
e~ ~~~~~' W:: fr~~i:,an-l
t- ::: ::::~ , Pm- 1rnor of tihe r .t . il
d .:: l tol"d thv: ):vw) h w t:
("o. .'1.d ti'e: Lhio ; lie k: 1 "; ,
1nt1i, un ag there ar~e to be;v
in 'hy ome canididate of standig.
Two euIandidates for governor, J. .1
Cantey and William Coleman, are no
w:th the party. S. Al. Wolfe, attorne
general, and 'Walter Duncan, comptrol
ler general, are not making the cam
All other candidates were heard to
day, making their usual speeches
which emphasize the merits of the re
spective candidates for the office
sought and 'without reference to op
Card of Thanks
We 'wich to thaIk our many friend
and relatives for the kindness ard syvm
!pathy sho.'n to us in tile death of' ou
loved one, J. Abe Coats, anl especial
ly for tile beautiful floral offerilngS
'May God's richest blessing. be will
Wife, Mother and Children.
l'ose Lbraf LOdgers. 1t..
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