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<? KILMANY AO?B1T8 THUS TKILMS
Fixed by thc Allied Nations-Thc
Announcement Brings Cheers.
hond?n. May ll.-Germany's un
conditional acceptance of the Kn ton to
reparution? ultimatum waa delivered
to Mr. Lloyd Uoorge by M. St. Ha
mer, German ambassador to Creal
Britain, bert* to-day.
Mr. Lloyd Goorgo announced in
the House of Commons Ibis after
noon Cerniany's complete accept
ance of the Allied demands, and 'ais
announcement was greeted with pro
Dr. St. Hamer handed the Herman
reilly to tho premier at ll o'clock
this morning, and Mr. Lloyd George
Immediately telegraphed the news
to all the governments concerned.
Toxi of the Reply.
The lexi of Hie reply as delivered
to Hu primo minister hogan as fol
?Mr, prime M Inls: or In accord
ance with instructions just received
i ?un commanded hy my ;t>vernmont
in accordance with Hie decision of
Die Reichstag, and wi Li reference lu
?he resolutions ol' the Allied powers
of May I ii'J I, in 1 io nani.- of th t
now Gorman government lo declare
"Tile German government is fully
resolved, li rsl, lo carry out, without
reserve or condition, i's obligation.'
as deli ned hy the reparations com
"Second, to accept and ca ri y ou t
without fi erve or co tul i I ions Hut
j?iia ra titees III ret pool of t hose obi i
gatious proscribed by the repara
tions cominis! ion.
I hird. Iti ca n y out. without re
serve delay, tho measures ol' mil
itary, naval and aerial disarm:!lUOili
not i lied to the German government
by tho Allied governments lu their
noto of .lan. ?J!), I?121, those over-due
lo be completed al once, and tho re
mainder by tho prescribed dale.
"Foulrll, to carry ont, without re
serve or delay, the trial of war crim
inals and lo execute the other unful
filled portions of tho treaty in tho
lirst paragraph of the note of the Al
lied governments of May r>.
"I ask the Allied powers to take
note Immediately of this declaration.
(Signed) "St. Hamer."
Mr. Lloyd George in givnlg tho
terms of the reply lo the House of
Commons, said: "This is complete
acceptance of every demand."
Discord at Washington.
Washington. May M.- Reports
already are lining received til tho
stale Department of developments I
in the conference of ambassadors
and the reparations commission fruin
Ambassadors Wallace and Roland
W Hoyden, respectively, the unolli
cial representatives of the A ni relent
government with those bodies ;(i
Paris. Willi tin- arrival yesterday iii
London of Ambassalor Harvey sinti
lar reports are expected from the Al
lied Supremo Council, willi which le
win sit as tho personal representa
tive nf President Hardin!'.
A lt hough tho character of the in
formation received from Paris has
not hoon made publie, olin mis hayo I
expressed pleasure with tho opera-!
Hon ot' tin- system. An indication of
some .sonate opposition to tho ar
rangement, however, appeared yes
terday, willi the introduction of a
resolution hy Senator La Follette,
Republican, ?,f "w isconsin, condemn
ing President Harding for appoint
ing American representatives lo the
Allied councils in Europe, and pro
posing a declara i ion hy the Senate
"thal il is contrary to American
ideals and traditions for tho govern
ment of the United states to parlici
l?a?e in any manner" in such coun
At Hie same lime assurances were
given Ibo President that there was
little criticism among Republican
Senators for lite appointments, and
Gie nsition of n small number
was net serious
Paris Newspaper Comment,
Paris. May tl. Newspapers of
thi- city professed this morning to
i -e in Roi ninny's acceptance of Hie I
Ulled reparation demands proof
thal Germany complies only to tho
argument of force .\t Ibo same Hmo
they expressed doubts as to hoi ful
lillinents of her undtrtnking.s.
"('?orinan statesmen," said tho Pi
rare, "made lip their minds univ al
Hie last moment, bm dually decided
I" nccepl ?II principle. As for the ex
ecution of her agreement, we will
see wine (?1110 will bring."
"Ltd Connan government pay
ami disarm." declared the Journale.
"Otherwise. Uko all faithless debt
Ors. he will have only herself lo
blame |f she linds herself sold up."
The Kcho do paris remarked:
"The Germans in bowing to the
ultimatum, have tho air of comply
ing to what is asked of them, but no
one henceforth may deny us the
right lo go ahead upon tho lirst back
sliding of our adversary "
Colds Cause Grip and Influenza
LAXATIVE IJROMO QUININE Tnblets remove the
cause. There la only one "Bromo Quinine." E.W.
GROVE'S slitnntnre on thc lux. 30c.
Almost no trading with cash is
done in Iceland.
Hippie Concert Co
Y. > y: :?
Karl II. Hippie, "Wizard o? the
Concert company, which will he heard 1
of the other members of tho compnnj
The company's program is both ch
so universal In scope Hint lt pb a ?es (1
Tho Hippie cote pa ny has e 'ned i
men! Held, and enthusiastic wor of
terning Ulis organization by i>< <.[ lo in
Harry L. Fogleman to Give a
Will Inspire Audience by Dynamic,
Magnetic Lecture on "Success
Harry L. Fogleman, known as "Gat
ling Gun" Fogleman, because of his
rapid-lire delivery-which be frequent
ly speeds up t : <? >
is a dynamic, I ii g ioM V i lu?
fundamental.' of RV? r'.
He has be Hi ont hu Hy halle?
nu "a master orator," "a whirlwind
HARRY L. FOGLEMAN.
speaker," "n veritable dynamo"-and
as everything else that is live, inspi
rational and compelling.
Words are powerless to describe the
tremendous effect of the Fogicmnn
lecture. The avenues lo success are
pointed out vividly as eternal paths
which everyone must follow, and suc
cess itself as an achievement which
may be attained through self-develop
ment and self-mastery.
Ile will lecture Oil "Success or Fail
ure'/" at tho coming Redpath Chau
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Hays
Druggists refund money if PAZO OINTMENT falls
to cure I telling, blind. Btccdinri or Protruding Pilc9.
In -(andy relieves Itching Pitt's, and you cnn get
restful sleep after the first nimlieaiion. Price COc.
Maiding, DI se lisses South.
Washington, .May lit, Iteappoi
lionmeiit of representation in Re
publican Nut ional Coil ven t ions was
discussed with President Harding
vesterday by Hie sn ?wo m m i I tee a p
poiulod by the Itepuhllcan .National
Committee, consisting of Postmaster
Honorai Hay.-, thu com mi I oe chair
man, Clarence lt. Miller, its set-re
buy. and Representative Sb mp, of
Virginia, lt was said thal no coi
elusions bad been reached, although
recommendations are io be formu
lated for submission lo the National
Committee meeting next month.
Southern represenatlon is partic
ularly under consideration, but tho
sub-committee also is giving atten
tion to a proposal to increase the
number of delegates allotted tO
Slates having unusually large Re
publican majorities, hi preparation
for its decision the sub committee
has collected detailed statistics Oil
Ibo Republican volo far years past
in every Congressional district.
Chlorine gas kills germs almos!
?autauqua Feature !
Xylophone," is manager of tho Llippll
loro at tho Redpath Chautauqua. Miel
. ls thoroughly experienced in concert
issical and popular in character and is
io entire audience.
i splendid repuiailon in tho entertain
conunendation have been written con
all parts o ' the United States.
l>.\Vi.\(.?; Kitt?.? FORHST Kl HKS.
11 ii mil fd Thousand Aeres in Florida
Swop! hy Flames,
Genia. Fla.. May 11'. -Federal and
Stale authorities began yesterday an
investigation of reports that lires
which during the past week swept
f.o.nnti acres of tho Gcala .National
Forest Reserve and 10,000 acres of
private property adjoining, were set
with malicious intent. The lires,
which began a week ago Sunday,
burned themselves out yesterday,
leaving In their wake housands of
acres of charred timber and the char
red bodies of thousands of animals
1 hirds In tome ?sections the hod
of fi,- i - ? ni-of>n? aid yat:. '.It
'd il ,-rhund, ".' - drtig I ? aer
kons \\ !: o \ islKid t lie . ?. mr
one of the first fires was set for the
purpose of starting a conflagration
and then receiving pay for asststntg
In extinguishing the Hames. Accord
ing to this report the fire ^ot beyond
the control of those who were re
sponsible for it. The fl rsl lire began
early Sunday afternoon, and hy Itighl
bad covered a dislance of ten miles,
Other fires broke oui the next day
in other parts of Hie reserve and
burned without interruption until
there was nothing in their paths to
Habitual Constipation Cured
in 14 to 21 Days
?LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially
prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual
Constipation. It relieves promptly but
should be taken regularly for l l to 21 days
to induce regular action, lt Stimulates and
Regulates. Very Pleasant lo Take. 60c
Selling Dengue of Nut ions stock.
Chicago. .May 12.-Stock in the
League of Nations at ten dollars a
share is the latest bargain to ho of
fered to the Chicago investing pub
lic. Department of Justice agents to
day began searching for Hie men
who have victimized numerous per
sons by sidling tho stock, collecting
2? per cent of the price in advance
The Leanne of Nations was repre
sented as tho greatest orgnninztion
in Ibo world, and prospec t ive pur
chasers were told dividends would
be large because of the grcal value
of the league to humanity.
A WALHALLA WOMAN'S EXPER
Cnn you doubt the evidence of tills
You Oiui verify Wall ulla endorse
Mrs. A. L. Tilley. 6 Jaine* St., Wal
halla, says: "I had backache iim'
kidney trouble some time ago und i
think lt was eau sod by overwork. My
back got terribly sore and ached all
tho time. Swooping or lien ding <>v<>r
waa almost Impossible. I got dizzy
and black specks came before Inv
eyes. Mornings I was so lamo and
sore I could hardly gel around. I had
headache j and nervoit; -p dls, too.
My kidneys didn't nd ns they should
and I was in pretty had condition.
I used Donn's Kidney rills and they
made me feel hotter right away. 'n
a f-h nt Hmo I was entirely cured."
Price COc, al all (balers. Don't
simply ask for fl kidney re mod*/'-If ?l
Doan's Kidney Pills lo- anio thal
MIN Tilley had Poster Milburn Co.
Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
REDUCE LARGE WASTE
IN CELERY SHIPMENT
transactions Indefinite 3ecause
of Lack of Grading
Establishment of Two Grades of
Rough Product Would Enable Deal
er6 and Receivers to Work on
More Profitable Basie.
(Prepared by tho United Staten Depart
ment of Agriculture.)
"Bough celery" ls thc market term
applied to celery that is taken from
the Held and packed in crates with lit
tle or no trimming. Transactions in
rough celery always are more or less
Indefinite, because of the lack of grad
ing. The bureau of markets. United
Stales Department of Agriculture, has
been conducting investigations in tito
celery markets of New York, New Jer
sey, Pennsylvania and Dido, to learn If
lt will bo practicable lo establish
standard celery grades. In 1010, the
railroads reported thal I,MK) carloads
of celery had been moved from the
states mentioned, and that most of
lt was shipped in the rough.
The establishment of two grades of
rough celery would eliminate much
wnsle and would enable dealers and
Celery in Field Almost Ready for
j ?elver? to place their order? an''
??.'< ; ..i. ti more th fly " basis. 'Che
first grade, as cobb i ?Juted by the
r ; e . . HMM I aro coi noting ibo In
,u ?. on, .-. ouul mob . ind st?
that ls practically frc* I 1 u pithy
stalks, stalks that have gone to seed
or are damaged from diseuse or In
sects. A minimum diameter for this
grade of \% Indies would be fixed. Tho
second grade would include any celery
that did not meei the requirements for
the tlrst grade.
SHIPPING TO SMALL CITIES
AR There ls Little Opening for Carlot
Shipments, lt ls Advisable to Mix
In small eitles there ls little open
ing for caree shipments of fruits or
vegetables. Sb limers of carloads should
never consign tn such markets un
less previous arrangements have been
made with a dealer, say specialists of
the United States Department of Agri
culture. The small cities are easily
oversupplied and only at certain times
offer an opening for a onrload of any
kind of perishable produce. Often a
mixed carload ls more salable in such
markets than n car lilied with one
kind. The most reliable plan Is to
load and ship Ibo car according to re
quirements previously ascertained
from the denier who bundles the sale.
It ls still better to dispose of the car
f. o. h. shipping point. This may he
done when (he dealer ls In need of
flu supply and when the shipper ls
able to convince the buyer that his
guarantee ls good regarding the grade
and quality of ibo produce.
STRONG SEED IS REQUISITE
That of Alfalfa, When Properly Ma
tured, H.T6 Clear, Light Golden
Color, With Green Cist.
Good seed ls the Hrs! requisite In
getting a stand of any crop. Alfalfa
seed should not only be of goori qual
ity and strong in vitality, but lt should
be clean and free from foul weed
?eeds. Properly matured seed of al
falfa has a clear, llirht golden color,
with a faint greenish cast. Immature
seeds are greener and seed which hart
been bleached or healed becomes dis
colored. Brown or blackened seeds are
likely to bf dead or low 111 vitality.
Greenish colored seed. If not loo
shrunken, may germinate well. Prefer
plump, heavy seed; badly shrunken
seed, even though lt may sprout, will
produce weak plants.
INTRODUCTION OF MILO CROP
First Grown in This Country About
1882 and Was Not Uniform in
Height or Maturity.
Milo was grown first In this coun
try about 1882. It was not uniform
In maturity and In height, most of
the plants hoing tall. Standard milo
ls a direct descendant of th?? original
type, reduced by systematic selection
to a uniform height of from :> to 0
feet under dry land conditions.
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The Willard was fl
The Willard is
Wc have a complete lint
is a guarantee of perfection in t
guarantee goes with every batt
i?f ?5? ?9? ??* ??? i?? ?S? i?? ???
The Keowee Oourii
$ 1 00 year,
Either paper well \
Pru'o of Both. (
Thick Spacing of Cotton.
Clemson College, .May 13,- Much
in teres i is hoing shown Hus season,
says Prof, C. P. Blackwell, agrono
mist, in thc question ol' the spacing
of colton for boll weevil conditions.
Many inquiries are being received
by thc agronomy division as to the
besi spacing of cotton. Prof. Black
well's answer to such inquiries ls
thal the observation and experiment
of our agronomists are in harmony
with Iho experiments from Missis
sippi and oilier States to the effect
that thick spacing is best.
"Wo have gotten larger yields
from thick spacing, and we believe
that it is quite universally true
throughout the country that thick
spacing is best. We believe that the
farmers .generally have fnot been
leaving their cotton thick enough,
and we have for several years boon
recommending thick spacing of cot
The Progressive Farmer states
that SI farmers have written for
publication of their experiences in
spacing cotton. Of these 7 7 have
found that thick spacing increased
their yield, one is still experiment
ing, one gives his opinion without
experimenting, and live report bet
ter results willi thin spacing. These
farmers who have conducted exper
iments of this kind have in nearly
all cases gotten best results from
drove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores
Energy and Vitality by Purifying und
Enriching the Blood. When you feel its
strengthening, invigorating effect, sec how
it brings color to thc checks and how
it improves thc appetite, you will then
appreciate its true tonic value.
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply
Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So
pleasant even children like it. The blood
noctis QUININE to Purify it and IRON to
Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs and
Grip germs by its Strengthening, Invigor
utiruJ Effect. COc.
First Cotton Arrives in Germany.
Bremen. Germany. May ll. Tho
Ural I'IO bales of American colton,
donated to the Gorman children's
fund by Americans, has arrived here
from Calveston, Texas. The cotton
will be converted into clothes for
the Children, lt ls reported here thai
more than 2,300 bales of colton have
already been collected and arr? ready
for .shipment to Germany.
A sea gull draws np its feet winni
il Mies or Moats.
* tytyty tytyty tyty ty?tyty ? ? *
; better built,
rd lives longer,
billard is used most.
want and must have
z on hand. The name Willard
he battery world. Our personal
Walhalla, S. C
ers" is Our Motto.
ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty
'I For 12 Months
ivor th Oom bioation
)rder yours aow.
Tho Second Apple Spray.
Clemson College, May 12. Those
who would have good apples should
follow up tho llrsl summer spray
(ihnt applied to control worms just
after the petals fell) with tho sec
ond summer spray to further control
worms and roi, 'This should ho a
combined spray of lime-sulphur and
arsenate of lead, says Prof. C. C.
.Newman, horticulturist, and should
bo applied about eight days after ibo
llrsl summer spray.
The lime-sulphur should he made
as for the second peach spray, or by
adding fifty gallons of water to one
and one-half gallons of commercial
lime-sulphur. 'Then two pounds of
arsenate of lead should be diluted
with water lo make a thin paste and
added to tho lime-sulphur solution.
Tho formula for the lime-sulphur
solution, which may be made at
home, is: Quick limo. S pounds;
Hour of sulphur. S pounds; water,
r>0 gallons. The fresh limo should bo
placed in a tul) or barrel and Just
enough wafter added tq slake lt.
When the lime begins lo crumble
and violent, boiling takes place?, tho
sulphur should bo added and stirred
and enough water added to keep any
part of the mixture from drying or
burning. Knough waler is neefled
to make the paste Ihin enough to
stir orilfdly. When the boiling has
continued live or len minnies, add
enough waler lo cool the mixture.
'This .should then be diluted to Ibo
propor strength and applied as soon
('Olid it iou? in Siberia Pitiable.
'Tokio. Japan, May li. Condi
tions in the interior of Siberia aro
pitiable, with nearly all Ibo people
lhere in dire need of clothing, food
and medicine. |t is said tba: many
people in Siberia who have not had
any new clothing, or ample clothing
to koop them warm during Hie last
six years, uro now in a most pitia
ble condition. Many were helped by
the American lied Cross, but as .tho
Ked Cross left Ibo Interior in De
cember. I'.il ii. lliey jhave suffered
through (wo hard winters since then
with Inadequate clothing, food and
The Quinine That Doos Not Affect the Heid
Itecause of ita tonic and laxative effect, I.AXA
TI Vit I) KO M O QUININK ls better than ordinary
Quinine and does not cause iiervonsnes nor
linville in iicmi. Remember th? tull iinmcnml
look lor thc signature ot Iv. W. OKOVH, 3uc.
Tho Indians sewed their birch
bark canoes with thread made from
the roots of the while spruce.