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THE BALKAN STATES
Alt rough the Great Powers hare Com?
manded that the Balkan War Cease,
the Allies do not Cease Firing.
London, March 29.?Although the
great powers have commanded that
the Balkan war cease, the fighting
continues. The allies, taking heart
by success, received the ultimatums
politely and reply that they agree
with these in principle but can not
accept all the detall?.
The spectacle of the six groat pow
ers working in harmony on the dread
ed Near Eastern question is matched
by the equally strange spectacle of
the Balkan states defying them.
Meanwhile the concert of the powers
remains as strong only as its weakest
link, and since Russia can not be ex
pected to use her army and navy
against her Slav brethren to losen
their grip on the Turk, the proceed
ings have been reduced to a diplo
The allies have accepted the powers
peace terms as "a basis of negotia
tions," but cling to their determina
tion to exact an indemnity and refuse
to muzzle their guns until the Turks
accept their terms Their experience
of the last armistice, they declare,
was that Turkey used it merely to
The Bulgarian army, therefore, con
tinues to battle at the Tchatalja lines,
and, according to the last reports,
stands just where it did when the
armistice was arranged December 3,
last. It is entirely possible that the
allies may march into Constantinople
before peace is signed.
The Montenegrins are protesting
through the diplomats and the press
and by every means against the pow
ers' decision to lnclude?Scutarl In the
new state Albania. Their argu
ment is: "Why should Europe de
privo Montenegro of a city necessary
to its prosperity, to create a new and
The entire Bulgarian cabinet is pro
ceeding to Adrianople with King Fer
dinand, and will celebrate a Te Deum
in the ancient Turkish capital while
the gallant Shukri Pasha and his gen
erals arc prisoners of war in Sofia.
The Bulgarian casualties in the last
day's fighting at Adrianople are esti
mated at 14,000 killed and wounded.
The first regiments which advanced to
the attack lost 50 per cent, of their
officers and men in killed and wound
cd, according to a Central news dis
patched from Sofia.
RURAL ACTORS ARE TALENTED
Humble Thespian* In Poland Depict
Stories With Realism on
Warsaw. Poland.?There has been a
surprising Increase In the number of
peasant theaters, which are making
their appearance In every part of
Poland. These institutions are run al
most entirely by the peasants and are
made to pay. Only pieces dealing with
their own life are attempted and the
result Is most realistic, especially as
the Pole has a strong dramatic In*
Any hall In a Tillage does for a
theater, as the scenery Is of the most
primitive kind. What carries convic
tion 1b the entirely natural way In
wbich thb actors and actresses play
their parts. For the foreigner they
give a far deeper Insight Into national
life tban all the pieces produced in
the larger cities.
The actors mostly train themselves,
choosing one of the cleverest men In
1 the village to coach them, and they
bring with them a whiff of the stable
and the cowhouse, which other man
agers have tried to Introduce Into
BOY REGAINS HIS EYESIGHT
Youth In Wilmington, Del., After Four
teen Weeks' Blindness,
Can Now See.
Wilmington, Del.?Following an ac
cident by tripping over a carpet in the
kltcheu of his home. Oeorge W. Mor
gan, Jr., aged twenty-one years, of
East Thirteenth street, who 14 weeks
ago became totally blind, has had his
Morgan 11 years ago was hit in the
eye when a small boy hurled a stone.
Since that time he has been afTllcted
with eye trouble. Last September he
went to Baltimore to the St. Joseph's
hospital and while there worked in
the Maryland Workshop for the Blind.
Fourteen weeks ago he became sud
denly totally blind while sitting In his
Why Ho Was Late.
"What mado you so late?"
"1 met Smithson."
"Well, that Is no reason why you
should he an hour late getting homo
"1 know, hut I asked him how he
was feeling, and he insisted on tolling
me about his stomach trouble."
"Did you tell him to take Chamber
"Sure, that is what he needs." Sold
by all dealers.
NEWS FROM JONES.
Jones, March 31.?We recently mot
the following ftrends: Mejsrs. B. F.
Arnold, M. B McCuon, Dunklin Sul
livan and Col. Jas. Macheu of Prince
ton; Young Kellett of Greenville,
Lafayette Morrison of Donalds and
Drs. Donnan and Cooper of Ekom.
The Misses Sims, of "Waterloo, re
cently visited their sister Mrs. W. T.
Jones. Jr. .
Miss Woods of Princeton was the
recent guest of Miss Olivia Jones.
Mr. J. O. Ellison recently purchas
ed an estate at Brewerton.
Tho severe wind storm of Thurs
day night considerably injured the
store of Beacham & Rlloy, but the
damage was repaired the following
Mr. S. O. Harvey and Sheriff McMil
lan of Greenwood, were In our midst
The friends of Mrs. Boswell and
Mrs. Jack Roberts will be pained to
learn of their deaths on tho 27th. We
sympathize with the bereaved families
Mrs. M. A. Reeves is convalescing
from an attack of pneumonia.
Messrs. Walter Jbnos and Earle
Caine were in Greenwood last Friday.
Mrs. G. L. Graham and Miss Mary
Jones visited the family of Mrs. T.
N. Graham near Greenwood Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Henderson are
on a visit to their daughter Mrs. Wll
mot Smith of Ware Shoals.
Mrs. W. T. Jones, Jr., and Mrs.
Earle M. Caine visited Abbeville last
Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Riegel and
daughter Catherine of N'ow York, are
on a visit to Ware Shoals.
Tho Jones picnic will be about the
middle of May. Hon. Mendel L.
Smith of Canulen, speaker of the
house of representatives will be one
of tho speakers. A rich literary tre.it
is in store for our friends and wo
extend a cordial invitation to every
body to shape their arrangement!-, to
Dr. W. T. Jones returns thanks to
all of bis friends for recent kind fa
Mr. and Mrs. \V. T. Jones. Jr., en
tertained quite a number of their
friends last Friday evening.
For rheumatism you will find noth
ing better than Chamberlain's Lini
ment. Try it and see lto/v quickly it
gives relief. For sale by all dealers.
? SULPHCH SPRINGS. ?
Sulphur Springs. March 25>.?The
clouds have passed away, the sun is
shining and all the fanner folks are
moving right along, preparing for an
other year's crop. Let us hope that
they may all plant less cotton and
more com und other crops than ever
Little Sara MoPherson has been very
sick with pneumonia for several days,
but at this writing is Improving.
Mr. and Mrs. ?. A. Teague and lit
tle Frances and Hertha spent Satur
day night with Mrs. Teaguo'a parents
Mrs. C. L. Saxon who has been at
the bedside of her granddaughter, lit
tle Sara McPherson, last week. Is with
her son, J. W. Saxon, this week,
Mrs. Q. W. L. TeagUO and daughter,
Miss Minnie, and Mr. E. W. Teague'
were business visitors In Lauren8 last
Mr. Cleveland MoPherson was the
mu st of his sister. Mrs. CovlngtOIl, of
Laurens, the latter pari of the week.
Mrs. Ceo. MoPherson and little Mil
dred and Anise spent last Monday
with W. (1. Martin.
Miss Annie Sue and Lyl Cannon who
have been In Greenville during the
winter are at home again.
Mrs. John Cannon and daughters
wore shopping In Laurens last Mon
Mr. J. O. TeagUC, of Woodruff, was
the guest of his mother, Mrs. Q. \V. L.
Teague, Sunday night.
Mr. J. T. Hill, of Cross Hill, was
up to see his daughters, Misses Uuth
and Fay. the latter part of the week.
. For Hums, Hrnlses and Sores
The quickest and surest cure for
burns, bruises, boils, sores, Inflam
mation and all skin diseases in Buck
len's Arnica Salve. In four. days It
cured L. H. Haflln, of IredoU. Tex.,
of a sore on his ankle which pained
him so ho could hardlyljfalk. Should
bo In every house. Only 25c. Recom
mended by Laurens Drug Co. and Pal
metto Drug Co.
B. R. TODD
Engineering and Contracting
Land Surveys a Specialty
Concrete Work Skillfully done or In
Drawings and estimates of all hind.
Telephone No. 34$
Laurens, S. C
Your Cotton Will Come Up Standing Like This
*?-. - aFir.L-~
.iii hbi? ,
When Planted With tho
LEDBETTER "One Seed"
COMIC in and sco tho only real cotton planter. Tho planter with a
positive, precise forco feed, that will take Huty cotton seed, just na
it comes from the gin. and plant tho seed Inn straight, narrow line?
one at a time, equal distances apart?as regular as buttons on a card.
Other planters can t>e set to plant "thick or thin," but this plnntor
will plant thick?a bushel or more of seed to the acre?without bunching,
or thin-down to a bushel to six acres?without skips.
Bach plant stands alone with its own fow inches of growing room?cuts
the work of chopping down to one-half, ami you can take your own timo
about chopping plants keep on growing ami make stocky, vigorous bushes.
When you plant your cotton with a Ledbetter "One-Seed" Corn and
Cotton Planter?ono ?ecd at a time, evenly spaced -you can plant tho best
seed that money can buy at no more cost than ordinary seed, because nouo
are wasted in useless bunching. And you get 5 bales of cotton on the same
land that grew only 4 before, because there are no skips in the row.
When the Ledbetter "One Seed" Corn and Cotton Planter is set for
planting corn it is strictly a corn umntor, without an equal for that purpose
dropping without fail a single^/^frain at any distance desired from 8 to
?IS inches. And the same Is equally
true when set to plant other seeds,
such as peas, beans, canteloupes,
watermelon, sorghum, millet, oe;.
With peanut attachment it plants peanuts, I i,
or small, shelled or in the shell, with equal success.
A double guarantee is behind every planter, that of
the manufacturers, The Southern Plow Company,
Dallas, Texas, and ourselves.
COME IN TODAY-We want you to see this planter
whether you intend buying a planter now or not.
Moseley & Roland
I Beardless Barley !
FOR SPRING SOWING J>
We have a fine lot of selected Spring <|>
Beardless Seed Barley for Sale. Come #
quick while we can fill your your wants. T
Price reduced to $1.75 per bushel. <^>
J. H. Sullivan
^ Laurens, S. C. ^
"Nothing Succeeds Like Success
Hundreds of Satisfied Customers Visited Our Store During the Past Week
and Were Pleased With Every Purchase
New Season Styles that are Bright with Attractive Beauty
AND THE FINEST VALUES IN LAURENS
27-inch Chiffon Lisse only .. ..15c
27-inch Superior Batiste, side bands
27-inch Yoke Gingham, tho kind that
27-inch Repplette, the now goods for
27-inch Katynetto, tan, blue, pink 20c
27-inch Himalaya Cloth, blue, rose.
36-inch Pongee, one-half silk, navy
36-incfo Hetero Cylk, now g?ods, only
30-inch Silk Stripe Voilo only . .20c
27inch woven stripe Poplin only 26c
36-inch Standard Pen-ids.10c
'36-inch Sea Tsland.5c
36-inch White Linen.10c
34-inch Common Cloth.10c
27-inch Silk Ottoman.25c
Why You Should Do Your Spring Shopping Here!
There are Four Reasons: First. Because this store has the reputation of carrying only the
best and handsomest styles and only authoritative styles.
Second. Because at this store you are assured that here your money will buy the most
and the best.
Third. We have the most complete assortment to be found anywhere.
Fourth. Because we have a well trained salesforce that serves your wishes carefully,
quickly and courteously.
This is your invitation to come and see
some New Hats in our popular Millinery De
partment. Every hat is a master piece in
color and line. We are in a position to show
you the newest designs. Before you buy
your Spring Hat you should see our splendid
assortment of the most artistic Headgear.
NEWEST SPRING SUITS!
Style, quality and service. These are
what we insist must be built into every Suit
before it can be placed in this store. Think
what it means when those three virtues are
linked with the most reasonable prices:
All-wool Serge Suits, special $10.00
All-wool black and white check Suit
White Voilo Rrhb. I)res>, only $5.00
All-wool Whipcord Skin, tan, navy
and Gray only.$5.00
White Bmb. Waist, only .. . .$1.00
Xo. 9G 18-incli Black Corsel only 50c
Xo. 248 Warner's Rust Proof Cor
Xo. 041 Warner's Rusl Proof Cor
set, high bust.-1.50
Ladies' .ill-linen Handkerchiefs ..5c
Ladies' all linen nub. Handker
Ladies' bleached Vest, tupc neck- 5c
Xo. 213 Ladies' bleached Vest spe
cial .10c. 'i for 25c
Hi button Silk (Hoves, tan, black and
Black seamless silk Hose.26c
Onyx Nose, pure silk, black, white
Onyx silk lisle Ifose, tan, black, and
Corsel Cover emb, and laoo ,.'..25c
Woun, em. yoke.50c
White Underskirt, lace and omb
Ladies' Pants.25c to $1
Special black Underskirt .. ..$1.00