Newspaper Page Text
The French have recaptured from
the Germans the village of Locre,
" which is a strategic position of importance
to the Franco-Belgian
The most noted Austrian airman,
Lieut. Van Heler Schonaich, has
been killed according to dispatches.
He was brought down behind the
R. H. D. Marshall, a one-arm
Confederate veteran, was knocked
down by an automobile in Atlanta
Monday, and it is believed that he
will not recover. He sold glue for
years at the Whitehall viaduct and
dolls and china were mended by his
daughter with the glue. The children
will be srrieved to le&rn this.
Congressman William S. Howard
left Tuesday night for Atlanta. He
has been excused to make the campaign
The rioting in Cracow was due
to food shortage. It was rumored
that the Jews had large supplies
stored away and the people in their
endeavor to get the food killed sev*
eral persons. The priests and officers
attempted to restore calm and
If the Germans are compelled to
wage an offensive on the Italian
front Swiss territory will have to be
used to get the troops there.Miss
Margaret Wilson will sing
at Camp Gordon every day for a
week beginning Sunday. She is
making a concert tour of the southern
The story of a revolution in Russia
is made in Germany. It is to
their advantage for they want an
excuse for intervention. The French
say take all such talk with a grain
The Chicago Herald has been purhased
by the Illinois Printing and
Publishing Co., and will be consolidated
with the Chicago Examiner.
This will leave only two English
speaking papers in Chicago.
Contracts have been awarded for
millions of pairs of shoes for the soldiers
overseas. They are to be metallic
fastened for field service.
D. A. Houston, formerly of Monroe,
N. C., is to be the new president
of the Columbia Farm
Loan Bank. He is to succeed F. J.
H. von Engelken, who the Treasury
Department relieved for the best interst
for all concerned.
The Food Administration for
Georgia has taken over the control
of price of ice. No manufacturing
plant can increase their price until
after a thorough investigation by
the Food Administration.
Dr. Gus Weber of Newberry
County, has planted a pecan farm
with 1500 trees that some day will
be very valuable. If he planted the
seeds it will at least be a dozen
years before he begins to realize
anthing from his ifcrm. The nuts
are very nutritious.
Ben King, an old colored man,
age 95 years, is the oldest Liberty
Loan holder. He bought a fifty
dollar bond last Friday. He lives
in Greenville County. The youngeBt
bond holder is the new grandson
? of Thos. Edison. At the age of
twenty-two hours his grandfather
bought him a hundred dollar bond.
The President ha3 purchased
twelve Schropshire sheep from a!
large live stock farm at Hanover,
Md., and they will graze on the
White House lawn.
By an order of a U. S. army officer
ju>t back from overseas, the
Camp Gordon men will have to get
rid of their trench caps and Sam
Browne belts, as there is no authority
for wearing them.
A French regiment, the Polius
obeyed their orders perfectly. They
were defending Mont Kemmel from
the German attacks. They stood
their ground until the last one was
L NEWS I!
IIIINIIIIIIirimilllUllftlllHIIIIinillUIIIIIIIHIIMIItllllltlUIIIMIIIIIIIIMIIllllNIIIIIIIMimtmilMIHIIHIIMIIII.' * |
Two British Destroyers put five
Austrian Destroyers to flight. They
fled to Durazzo for shelter. This
was announced Saturday.
Holland has yielded to one of the
German demands that is to the use
of one of the railroads across Limburg,
but it was stipulated that it
was not to b# used for military traffic.
One of the big long range guns
that have been bombarding Paris
has been destroyed says Charles LeBoucq,
of the Department of the
The rumor that Germany had sent
an ultimatum to Holland led to an
insurrection by the Germans interned
at Vapenveld Camp. About
1000 guards overpowered the guards
and fled in every direction. They
were rounded up in groups of twenty-five
and fifty and brought back.
A windstorm of tornado propor
tion, swept through the southeastern
part of Georgia and did much
damage to the fruit crops as well
as other damage.
Princess Marie Antoinette, mother
of Empress Zita, has been ordered
to leave Austria in a short
time and to remain out of that country
until after the war. Empress
Zita has been blamed by the ProGerman
party as being responsible
for her husband's famous peace letter
to Prime Sixtus of Bourbon.
Only twenty-six per cent, of the
Three Billion Minimum has been
subscribed. The workerg will have
to get busy.
Overman Bill passed without
amendment. The Senate voted general
grant of authority to President
Fuel Administrator Gossett says
there will be no Anthracite coal for
this state next winter. South Carolina
is one of the eighteen states
that will be denied the shipment.
A German spy named Von Linder
deserted from the American army
and was captured. He said that he
enlisted in the Georgia Infantry in
Augusta, Ga., and while in the
army obtained valuable information
for the Kaiser. He will be interned
at Fort Dougless, Utah.
The United States Public Health
Service is doing everything that it
can to stamp out malaria around
cantonments. Microscopic tests of
drops of blood taken from the finger
tips of the children will be
made. They are to be the guides
in the hunt for germs.
Dr. Carlos Maria de Pena, minister
from Uruguay, died in a hospital
in Washington Tuesday.
The White Guards have taken
Viborg, a town about 75 miles north
of Petrograd. Nearly, the entire
force of 6000 Red Guards were
The Huns are dreading of a gun
now that will fire across the Atlantic.
, German newspapers are beginning
to warn the general public
of American intervention. The
Zeitung has the following to say:
"We must hurry to obtain a solid
victory by arms before the full Am?
erican iorces arrive.
V SAVVVVV V V V V vv
V DUE WEST. . v|
Due West, April 10.?The spring
recital of the students of the woman's
College took place in Memorial
Hall last Monday evening. The
exercises were up to the usual high
standard. The following is the program
of the occasion:
Minuet in the Olden Style?Caroline
Robinson, Anna Brice Baird,
Estelle Todd, Alice Agnew.
Rustle of Spring?Rachel Mcllroy
Whet the Chimney Sang?Ivy Boyd
Murmuring Brook?Anna Brice
Autumn Leaf? Consolation f?
The Sweetest Flower, Echoe
The Fawns?Virginia Staley.
Valse Arabesque?Ann'ie Ma<
My Shadow, Proposal?Rach<
A La bien-aimee?Elizabeth Pre:
in the Bud?The Chrysai
Sonato Op. 14, No. 2. AllegroLucy
Roses After Rain, A Little Thie:
Out of the Deep the White Pea:
- T? A
Hungarian tiaiice?rBuuuc -n..
bill, Nina Hunter.
Dr. R. L. Robinson addressed th
Due West Y. P. C. U'a. last Sabbat
afternoon. Willie Moore Boyce s
chairman, introduced him. At th
Erskine Y. M. C. A. Dr. Moffal
made the address. At the Woman1
College, Y. W. C. A. Mrs. J. S. Moi
fatt made the address.
Prof. Greenlaw reached Due Wes
last Thursday and lectured tha
night in the Y. M. C. A. Hall. H
was handsomely introduced by Pro!
J. I. McCain. His address was
plea 01 sympamy ior iwssm, m nc
time of trouble. Pijof. Greenlaw
was the guest of Prof. Long. A fe\
friends were invited to meet th
lecturer that night at Prof. Long's.
Our Spring communion of th
Due West A. R. P. church takes plac
the first Sabbath in May. Rev. J. IS
Edwards will do -the preaching.
Miss Lizzie Nance of Abbeville
is a guest of friends in Due West.
Mr. Crawford Clinkscales was ts
ken to the Anderson hospital las
Saturday and operated on for a vie
lent attack of appendicitis.
The amount of Liberty Loa
Bonds taken in this community fo
the Third Loan is approachin
$2500. If we reach that amour
we go on the honor roll and secur
one of the large flags.
Mrs. R. S. Galloway left on Mor
dav afternoon for a visit to friend
in Greenville, Kings Mountain, Gas
tonia and Charlotte. She will rc
turn the first of next week.
Mrs. Annie Mabry and little aor
and Miss Mary Sharpe of Abbevilh
came up and spent Sabbath wit
their uncle, Mr. Geo. Sharpe at th
home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Young.
Mrs. John R. Winn, who has bee
confined to her room for some tim
is improving rapidly wiow.
The many friends of Mrs. Dell
Davis will be sorry to know she ha
been confined to her bed for th
S. FAIRFIELD <
Fairfield, April v30.?We regre
very much to give up Mr. Foste
^ " * ? _ _ i 1 i
uresweu, wno nas Deen ceinrai iu
Troy nearly five years. He left fo
Camp Jackson Friday. He and hi
mother spent one day last wee
with Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Purdy.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Franklin, an
Mrs. B. C. Talbert and little on
called at the home of Mr. and Mr:
T. A. Talbert Sabbath.
Mrs. John McCaslan and son Fui
man, called at the home of Mr. Jo
Young's Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Creswell wen
to McCormick one day last wee
Mr. Oliver Reese Young spen
Saturday night with Roy and Cai
Mrs. E. C. Young and little dear
spent one day last week with Mi
and Mrs. W. M. Redden.
Mrs. R. A. Crawford called t
see Mrs. Mary F. Creswell Saturda
Messrs. Foster Creswell and Fui
man McCaslan made a business tri
to McCormick Thursday.
Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Hillhous
nofir T.eVmvmn. visited relative
in Troy Sabbath.
Messrs. W. D. Purdy and * Wile
Long dined with Mr. and Mrs. Jo
Young and family Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Wiley am
little dears of Lethe, also Mr. am
Mrs. J. A. Young and two hildrer
May Belle and Nora, were the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Long am
Misses Lillian and Frances Cres
well spent one night last week wit
Miss Lindell Young.
Mrs. W. D. Purdy and little one
spent the week-end with her parent
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Creswell.
Mies Lindell Young and brother
Edmund, spent one night last wee!
S We have boi
,t I down, rebuild
f j teries. One c
? I to specialize ir
11 weeks we wil
m : J _1 i * .
egj wants eiecinu
n with Mr. and Mr*. F. T. Young.
e Mr. Clifton^ Edwards dined with
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Talbert and fama
lg Miss May Belle Young spent last
e Tuesday night with Mr. and Mrs.
Messrs. John McCaslan and Wiley
^ Long dined with Mr. J. D. Creswell
^ and family Saturday.
Mis# Irene Young and brother,
^ James, and Ruth Young spent one
night last week with Mr. and Mrs.
st F. T. Young.
r Mru .T W T.nnor nriH Mr? S. T.
r Long called to see Mrs. Mary F.
r Creswell Saturday, who has been
is sick, but we are glad to say she is
k better at this writing.
6 "> - \
V DIAMOND HILL. V
Diamond Hill, May 1.?Rev. W. S
Martin preached at Bells Church
k Sunday morning, and in his sermon
he encouraged the people to buy
t Liberty Bonds, and also read two
'1 ltters concerning it. The congregation
sarig "America" as their closing
* Private Joe Ferguson from Camp
Jackson, Columbia, visited his paro
ents the last week-end and returns'
ed to Camp Monday. Joe is expecting
to soon sail for France and
- does not mind it as he is anxious to
P free his country and return home
e Misses Ruth and Lizzie Hill from
s near Lowndesville, are the guests
of Misses Robertson.
y Mrs. Pruitt and daughter, Miss
e Ella Pruitt, from Lavonia, Ga., are
visiting their daughter and sister,
d Mrs. Joe Hill.
d Mr. Sam Bowen A>f Antreville,
t, was a guest of Mr. John Ferguson
s Friday night and Saturday.
d Miss Lula Williams of Penneys
Creek section, was the attractive
guest of Misses Lila Taylor and
h Bertha Bradberry the last week-end
and were among the many from this
!, community who enjoyed the splens
did program at Antreville's commencement
Thursday and Friday
lcJ Mrs. Mattie Taylor gave in honor!
light a regular <
ing and recharg
)f our men has
1 this kind of wc
I be prepared tc
. ON US!
of Vernon -Bradberry a most exc
lent dinner Wednesday aftfernc
of last week. Vernon went back
camp Friday. Ohly the relatives i
near "friends were invited.
The Woodmen Circle met at
Gunrishell school house Saturday
ternoon. A very good attendai
'Mr. and Mrs. Chris Suber fr
Williamston, and Miss Beth And
son of Antreville, were guests
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Bell and M
Lucille "Bell Sunday.
Miss Margie Nance is very s
with the mvhmps.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ellis w
guests of the latters mother Si
day, Mrs. Janie Ferguson.
Mr. and Mrs. John Phillips visi
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Campbell Si
Misses Mayme and Drucie Robe
son gave a party Monday night
honor of Misses Ruth and Liz
Hill and Miss Ella Pruitt.
Mr. and Mrs. Eros Wilson spi
Saturday night with Mr.- and M
The new time seems to make 1
days much longer and the nig]
far shorter, and the war nearer.
V CALHOUN FALLS.
Calhoun Falls, April 30.?Calho
Falls, up to the 10th of April, si
scribed $4150 for Liberty Bon<
this with a subscription of $250
by the Calhoun Mills, which will
credited to the town makes a to
subscription for Calhoun Falls
$29150, of this amount $450 v
taken by colored people.
Calhoun Falls Lodge, A. F. I
subscribed $100 for bonds.
Mr. W. J. Ammons has lately c
ened the .store adjoining that of
J. George, on Cox Avenue with
fine line of general merchandise.
Mr. S. F. Sherard has been qui
ill with an attack of mumps, but
The Magnolia Democratic Cli
met on the 27th, and elected t
L. M." Parker, President.
Joseph . Hicks, Secretary.
-?utfit for tearM
ing storage bfl
>rk and in afl
> attend to yfl
el- Delegates to the CJ^^H
ion tion: J. A. Nance^H^H
to R- 0. Bell, Joseph
md row, F. B. Milford. H
The meeting ananil H
the to endorse the adm^^^H
af- President Wilson.
\ The idea of women^^^H
om judicial bench is notHjj^l
er- As long ago as the
of garet, Countess of
'iss made a magistrate,
of Queen Mary that
ick ferred a like status u^HBfl
WHEN YOU M
Wash the poisons
snt system before
[rs. food Into st^^^H
the 8ays InsIde-bathind^^HH
V ' Wash i inn in II mi
^ breakfast like you dc^BBHj
y This is vastly more
w the skin pores do
ties into the blood,
V while the bowel pore^^HH
For every ounce o^|HH|
taken into the stoi^EH^J
UQ ounce of waste m^H|
ib- carried oat of the
i material isinot^limi^^HHR
' it quickly ferment^^^^^H
00 poisons, gases and
Jrj0 uusurucu ur
. stream, through the iflfl^^B
tal should suck only noBBH
of t&Lu the body.
A splendid healti^^^^H
drink, before break^^^^Hp
glass of real hot
^ Bpoonful of ltmeston^J^^^H
'' -which is a hannle^^^^^H
these poisons, gasesHH^H
,p. the stomach, live^^^fl^H
j bowels; thus cleanfl^^B^J
J* and freshening the
a canal befor putt<n^^^^H|
A quarter pound
^e[ phate costs but vera^^HH
is I store but is sufflcien^^J^H|
i an enthusiast on
3 and women who
lb [ wake up with a du^^HH
he< have furred tongueflHj^H
j! breath, sallow comp^^^^HH
j have bilious attack^^^^^H
i. constipation are
i And appearance