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Laurons, S. C.
Turks Outrage Aj
Cirls and Mass
Bhodies Lying in Streets
-.\lalta, pt. 15.'Hiundreds of bodies
)f victims of tle Turkish massacre in
3myrna were lying in the streets of the
.ity when the British hospital ship
ilaine left there with more than 400
'egufees on board, it is stated by Reu
ers' Smyrna correspondeit who ar
-ived here on the .Alaine today.
Turks Nearing Capital,
Constantinople, Sept. 15.-The Turk
sh natonla!!t. army is now.- within 35
niles of Constantinople. The 'popula
Ion Is in a state of nervous tension,
Ilnd the entire city is rife with rumors
ibout Mustapha Kemal Pasha's designs
ipon the eapital.
One story is that the nationalist comn
nander has sent an ultimatum to the
\llied 'IPowers demanding the exacua
ion of their forces from the city so
is to permit the entranice of the Turk
shu national troops army. Another is
hat nationalist troolps have crossed
IVer to the Gallipoli peninsula from
'hanak, planning to march into Thrace
vith the object of taking Adrianople.
1lodosto and other )or'ts on the Sea
>f .ariora are checked with refu
,ees, who are arriving by the tens of
housands in an appalling state of mis
ry. IIlunidreds are (lying before they
an be landed. The Near East Relief
is dispatchied a shiliload of foodstuffs
n1d medicines for Rlodosto in charge
if Colonel Stepheiin 1"'. Lowe, of St.
Ten thousand Arien ian refugees
laVe arrived in the Bosphorus on fiveI
-essels and will he given shelter in
lie Ariai( in churches of the city.
London, Sept. 10.-From 1.000 to 2,
00 'Christians had been massacred in
smyrna by the Turks before the fire
uhich swept the Armenian and other
liuarters of the Asia Minor seaport re
ently evacuated b)' the Greek army,
t is charged in semi-official and other
reek messages from Athens receoived
Among the Turkish outrages was the
'arrying off of many girl pupils of the
%merican girls college, it is alleged.
The Greek belief is that the fire was
et by the Tlitks to conceal the traces
if their alleged imisdeLedls.
A considerable share of the proper
y loss from the fire, the total of
vhich is estimated in Greek quarters
it one billion francs ab(out $75,000,
MOi at present exchange rate for the
-rench frane) fell upon American
A message from Greek seni-offleiIal
;ources from Athens dated Thursday
"Absolutely trilstworthy persons be
onging to the foreign colonies at
*myna and notably Americans arriv
ig here on the destroyer Simpson
vhich also brought United States Con
ul General H orton, relate terrifying
letails regarding the massacre of
snmyrna following the big lire which
'educedi the Armenian, Greek and IEu
'oipean sections of the town to ashes.
"'According to the general convic
ion the fire was started .by the Turks
o efface thle traces of theirm massiacrecs
indl other crimes. hi[iss 31 Is, matron
>f the American girls college declares
he Saw anu oficer or non-commissined
>fliccr or' the T1urk ishi regular army,
'ter a house carrying several cane
f iletrol and soon after' he camne out
he house bumrst into flames.
"Firie a ppearled iminmediately in oth
rI sections of the town eve:, near the
i'urkish quarter or IHasma K(hane. This
.uas this fIrst day after the Turkish oe
'i Pat ion.
TPurekish1 inarter tuintouc(hedl
"A souitiieaster'ly wuindl drove the
lames wvest, the Turkish quarter thus
S p infig uin toucherl.
"Besides thle puil s, abiouit 1,.300 r'e
"lgees had been taken into the eol
ego, whiich was niear' the place where
li fire sta rted. Th'le fate of many of
he girl 'u;)ils is unknown and it is
~xplainedl they have been caried off
dy the Turimks.
'"When thle Sim pson left thle flames
Uad reached the quays and were men
leing thle foreign consulates.
"Prior to the fire ther'e were mas
iacres which con tinued through the
light In -the midst of the flames. It
5 ihnlOssile to estimate the number
Af killed. Dr. Post, an Americean, who
with members of the Amierican relief
ulminist ration, made0 an In vestlgallonl,
3xpressed the opinion that -the number
af vict!;ns up) to the time of the fire
1muounited to 1,000.
(-Other' etimates; from Athens run'
ls high na; 2,000,)
A large number of Christians are
,ellevedt to have perished In tho flames.
Fire is Spreading
Smyrna, Sept. 15.--The fire which
utar'ted ini the Armenian quarters u..
Smnyrna ear ly yesterday afternoon hod
spread early this morning to the Turk
ish sections of the city and was mak~
ng ralpid 'headway.
Coimtless Thoenands IJorneless
The entire Eu~~romaeaanj :0
ing Fire to City
aqhes and countless thousands are
loneless. There were hundreds of
casualties among persons who were
caught in the sections where the
1lames spread with greatest rapidity.
Fourteen naturalized A-mericans are
missing but all of the American born
are accounted for. Ten of them are
in the suburbs with American and
The Ameriemn consu late general
was situate(l in the burned area.
Consul General George I1orton and his
staff left as the flames swept toward
the building, taking with them the
ofIlicial codes and funds, together with
the most important records and docu
An American destroyer sailed for
Saloniki With 600 refugees and anoth
or later cleared for Piraous with .100
Persons, including some of the con
sular staff, Illembers of American be
nevolent organizations and business
A meriean (ollege Men MlssIig
London, Sept. 15.--It is helieved here
hat. the foirteen naturalWired Ameri
vanis reporte lissing in Smyrna are
miemlers of the American Internation
al college which comprises the bulk
rlf the American population in Smyrna.
''liey were a( the Paradise college con
pounfld, three miles from Smyrna, ac
,or(dillg to a telegram dated September
Several teachers of this college al
ready have fled.
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IllDDLES OLD FIELD NEWS *
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Riddles Old Field, Sept. 18.-The
nice showers of rain that fell last
'iThursday, were apreciated very much.
The farmers are making good use of
this beautiful weather, gathering their
Mr. Bill Holcombe, of West Texas,
is a visitor here among his relatives.
He says that the boll weevil is -with
them and has done considerable dam
age to the crops. le will return on
'Mr. Joe Ilolcoibe and young sons,
and iMr. Bill .Holconibe were visitors
at Mr. 11. A, Holcombe's Sunday.
Miss Eliza Fowler, of Greenville,
spent Thursday night at Mr. P. E.
Mr. F. L. i0onnon and family spent
'Sunday at 1P. H-. Garrett's.
Misses'Maude Riddle and IMittie Can
nady spent Saturday night and Sunday
at LIMr. L. D. Hills.
Misses Eula 'Mae and Allione Can
nady s.ent Saturday night with their
friend, Nellie Howard.
Mr. J. S. Todd and family wer, all
(lay visitors at Mr. P. 11. Owens, Sun
Mr. R. Z. Garrett and family were
guests Sunday at Mr. J1. A. Riddles.
'Mrs. tLidie 'Howard spent Sunday
with her friend, '.irs. P. E. Cooper.
Mrs. Cooper is on the sick list.
Miss Viola 'Holcombe has .returned to
her home in Easley after a few (lays.
vacation with relatives.
We are very sorry to say that "Aunt
Manda'' Clem is still on the sick list,
although she is still cheerful.
Circle No. 2 of W. 'M. S., will meet
'Friday afternoon, Sept. 22nd, with Miss
Mittie Cannady. The date has been
changed on account of the Laurens
Baptist association which meets at
Hiighland home on the 26th andl 27th.
Trhe Riddle reunion will be held at
J. Allen Riddle's 'Saturday, Septem
ber 23rd. 'rie p)ublic is invited to come
and bring well *flledl -baskets.
Byron's Curl Papers.
TJhe curls which Byron, accordIng to
confessions in hisa newly published let
ter's, was aIccustomed to bestow~ upon
his numerous loves wvere not nturail,
as lhe wished to have them believed,
perop'0le Davies burst into the poet's
bedroom at Oxford one0 morning, and
purprised hihn with nis hair in curl
paper's. "Why," said( Scrope, "I thought
your hair curled nat urally?2" "Con
found you I" growled the poet, "so It
dloes. I take care Qt that. But that's
between ourselves, mind," lie added
anxiously. "Of course," said Scrope;
and wvent off to tell everybody he
The little, or alnost insensible im
presslons on our tender infancies have
very important and lasting conse
quences; and there it is as5 in the foun
talns of some rivers, where a gentlo
appilication of the hand turns the flex
11)1e waters into channels that makes
them take Quite contrary courses; and
by this little direction, given them at
first, in the source, they, receive dif
ferent tendelozes, and arrive at; last at
very remote .and distant places.
*Phies Cay-ed in 4 to 14 Day
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Furniture, Stoves, Chinaware,
EVERYTHING FOR~ THE HOMB
Cash Department Store
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
Printers and Publishers
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Wells Clardy Co.
Two Big Stores
Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes,
J. C. Burnis & Co.
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Same Goods for Less Money
Laurens Coca Cola
Quench the Thirst With a Bottle
of Delicous Coca Cola
Buy It By the Crate
Quality High Prices Low
Oni the Squaro
RI. W. Willis
Furniture of All Kinds
Wot In'4&~i In rnnstin,
N Philosophy of PegE
T8..OF H. MINI) OfTEN BREA
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The Man's Store
Cash Clothiers - Suits Me
Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing,
PAY US A CALL
Willard Batteries and Service
Prompt and Courteous Service
East Laurens Street-Phone 446
Powe Drug Company
Drugs and Medicines of All Kfn~ds
Victrolas and Victor Records
Peoples Loan &
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W. A. WATTS, President
C. W. TUNE, Cashier
If better work could be done,
He would do It.
Home Furniture Co.
Next to Post Office
Furniture, Stoves, Bugs, Crock
cry--Complete Hiome Furnishers
W. H. HOUGH
"See Ilough to See Well"
Watches and Jewelry Repaired.
. Diamonds Remounted
South Side of Square.
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Ligmber, D)oors, Sash Elinds
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-uS MMe TOWN.
"Laurens Best Store-Quality
Made it So."
Easterby Motor Co.
Dodge Brothers Motor Cars
Phone 200 Service and Parts
Capital and Surplus $100,000.00
3. 3. ADAMS, President
GEO. H. BLAKELY, Cashier
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Choico Vegetables in Season
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meInts, M[il Supplies, Painti,
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