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VOLUME XXX. LAURNS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAV, JUNE 23, 1915. NUMBER 48
FATE OF LEMBERG
HANGS IN BALANCE
Teutonic lindint it lloop of Steel
Arounl (nicia ( ('apit a .
London, June 2).--.\ftler seven
weeks' hattering neross ( hhi6ia, diu ring
Which the iltisslans have been thrown
back more than 1.50 miles, the .\ustro
Germlaans today are as closo to Lei
ber 'a were the Gemans to Parils
last fall. Never porhaps since beforte
the battlf of .l arn have Ihe Teulonie
allies appid'ed ;o coilblent of sie
cess. I1aving falleil inl Iheir original
plan o' cr,;hing Frani' and tlien
tuii'i ; to It'! . thor I!V reV(rsed
ithe order of thl 11 'rte.7, aml now,
Juent11 ythxpnlditure4-:; of* life anld
amuioniitIi ion il Ualid a. they lmve pin
ited t ir I' whole 'a ih1 on payzing
tle RsianSii :rm11y to peri the lthrOW
ing of treimendouis weight of nwn and
gitni into Ilie West.~, Ilire (ith r1 to
break throirh li >neo-liih line
or1 force anl intlerilniiialie piece of san
A dispatch from Copenhagen to
ni1ghit. says that the German ei perior
IimsIlf has tikent suprI)eeI commiand
of the Galician campaign. establishing
his headquarters in Silesia as near to
the front as practicable.
Alleaniwhile tihe Cermnani offllal com01
munication records the further pro
gress of hlie, Austro-German 'forces
towards Lemierg, both to the norlh
and south of the city. It claims as
well, that the lIussians have been
cleared from parts of Dniester to the
HEngland and her allies wonder
whether Grand Duke Nicholas can
emulate .offre's tactics of last fall and
eleck the Austro-Cermans at the
gates of I eiberg. Optlimists point iout
that the grand l:e checked themn al
mlost at tle gales of Warsaw just as
(oi. .1offre stopped the (Germa ns be
fore( l'arls and Fildh .\lrshal Irl .1 1hn
French stopped t(lhem before Ypres,
Dunkirk and Callas.
It is a rgued furelir thana even
shold i.eiberg fall the Ilnussians cln
drop back to equally form1idahle posi
tions, ut ilizing the river and swaips
and it is the 1riltish contenutlion that
they th1 could hold for months,
England and l'rance inl the meatlime
sending to their aild men anl amuiiniuiii
tioni if necessary.
Whlbether i' iussian has Miuilhl elent am1
m1ui1nitI1ion to meet i lie preseti strain
is a question which can not he answer
ed in Eingla nd, alt hough t1he 10ndon
papers say tile shortage is acute. One
Sudny paper charneterizes the situa
tion In Galicia as "Ilussia's sipree
emergency" and public interest is cen
tred in that theatre now from ithe hard
fighting in progress along the Western
front. The sound of the guns Is audi
ble at L emtberig, and Possibly this week
will see the culmination of one of the
most interesting phases of the great
Neurrgiha IPis Stopped.
You dont't need to siffer those agon
izing nerve pains in the _f- ce, head,
arni, shoulders, c test and ack. JIust
ap)ly a few drops >f soot ing Sloan's
Liniment; lie qule y a ew minutes.
You will get such r lie' and comfort!
Life and the worldl w look brighter.
(Get a bot tic todhay. 3 onnes for 25e,
at all drugglsts. Penetrat es without
gantizing to Arranige for Anith-TJrust
Atlanta, (Ga., Ju ne 17.-1tinde pend
ent lco manutfacltrers of' the state,
representing plans in several of the
cities, and1( a goodlly nitmbi er of small
plants throughout the state, are hold(
ing a caucus In the Piedmont todaty
to arranigo foir aii anti-trust legisla
tivo campaigni. Theli moventent to
have a bill passed which was aimedco
at what they declared to lie anionop
oly of the Ice business by one big cor
poration was startedl in Macon a1 yeam
ago aind a bill with that. object in
viewv was lntr'oducted in the last ses
slon, -but did not get through.
Those owners andl 'reptesentatives
gathered here today-the meeting
having been call by one of the .\a
con Independent owneis-aro, it is
unider'stood, arr'anging for a very vig
or'ous~ campaign this yearin, with the
hop~e of having the origial b)ill pass
ed, after somo changes have beet
miado in it. Thei mta~ot ur offered last
year, and which- is now in contem
plation, wvas .prepared by Hion. Minter
The fight of the independent men
in directed against the Atlantic atnd
Sounthorn corporations. bolth of which
they say, ire one conlcern. They clauim
that the methods of the Aigaintic con
ceti Jeopardize and ro nitimes com
1)levtevly c.lIin 1 atIe (lhe Independent
plants, and by the passiig of whal
tl(y say il be a state anti-troiu; :law
they will be abIe to have w:\ ty
,ay is a liono ly Iroklin. it. i polint
ed out. by on1e of the m1alluftacturer's
attenditing today's caucuis that, the big
contcerl doe:; 11o. oporate -in Sothi
('arollia unt dor th. ;" iiclr"I vot) or:It
niaie, but, was comlt iled to form a
state corpatokit ton in 1 that tate ('n a
count of coldition.; here, aml it is
$aid the inidopeldent mnufa, iitca e
inl Gewor--ia art ,eekinilsiilnr i- be4
er "pr'ot(ction", a. lie termi it, Ihan
that. which obtat; lit inSoulb Carolina.
It is lndrIstood that o, odly's in
prieiared to filance a cinpavat im
which they expect to find temli:Qe!':e.
conlfronited with a -"i;f;h by a h.,
Dr. King""; New Life Pills a0 110w
supplicd iln wel-dITI'cd glaws boltles,
containling ' ,,A suigar1 coated while pills'
for 25c. 0110 pill with a glass of water
before retirinlug is an ave rage dose'.
Xasy and 1 pleasant to take. l"ffelcti e
and positive inl results. Chcap and
economical to use. (et a bottle today,
tlike a dose tonight -you' contstliiltlln
will be relieved In the iorning. 3: for
25c, at all druggists.
W]iLL~ PRO4TE"T' AME IC(A NS.
Marlines Dispatched to 31exicnit West
Coast to Protect Aici-eanls (rom
San Diego. Cal., Jine l'7.-Peril of
American settlers in t-i Yail Val
ley brought orders today for the dis
pItelh Of three eruilsers for tite Mexi
can west coast and aut horizat lio to
Admiral Thomas 13. Howard to land
anlt expeditionary force if lie thinks
The flagahip Colorado Sailed firisl
'arryin.g three comainies of marlines.
Somewhere off the coast of Lower
Califourtia ithe radio begt n snapping
back orders froi tile admiral, which
started the protected cruilser Chatta
nooga ,ifter tlie Colorado. The pro
I eeted cruiser Raleigh, also ordered
to sail, began gettling up steamtt atid
was expected to get away inl the
All tliee were de'sined for Tobar!
Bay, ne0art. Gulymas, rilroad tIrmi
nlits and seaport in Sonora. Ninety
tiles soitheast of Guaymas is l 'per
anya, %here nll 'American colony
wIich lats successfully te:;isted at
tacks of Yaqui Indians is repoted to
be again in danger.
The Indians, who have declared
their independence, seek to oust set
tiers from land which Is said to have
been taken from Yaqluis uider the ad
ministration of Porfirlo DIlaz. They
were reported today to have with
drawn to the mountainq.
The three cruisers have avaIlable
for landing purposes 1,100 olicers
and mnen, besides tle tariIne.4.
Cures Old Sores, Other Remedles Won't Cure.
The worst caqes, no matter of how long standing,
are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Porter's Antiseptic Iletalng Oil. It relieves
P',ain and Heats at the samie time. 25c, 50c.19.0
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * S * 5**
Whetreas, it has Ipleased CGod in
Ills InlInIte wIsdom to send the death
a'ngel and take frtomt among its 0our
hteiovedl btotheri and1( sovereign Rlamond
S. ilishop, and1( wilie we mourn1't thte
loss of our brother we r'ealize that
weC mtust sulbmiit to Imn w~ho (d(eth1 all
Thteiefore lie It resolved thtat Falr
view Camp 422 WV. 0. W. has lost a
ntoble and faIthful mnember, the com-lt
muanity at loyal cItizen, whlo held( thte
respeCt, love and esteem of all who~
knewv him, tho wife a devoted hits
band and the cildren at loving fa
tiher. Also lbe It furthter resolved,
TIhat the mnembietrs of Falrvlew Camtp
kc(ep an arm of protectIon .thr'ownl
around the w~'idow and1 chIldeen look
ing after theIr Interests as mutich as
He it further resolved, Tihat a copy
of these resolutions lbe wr'Itten In our
mInute book and that we furnIsh thte
two'C ('ounty l)ppr with coiles of
Itese resolutIons, and thtat we sadi~
a toply to tihe htereaved1 famIly.
RL. 0. A. Carter,
R. HI. Donaldson;
The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head
BReduse of its tonic uind laxative effect, 1,AXA
TIVTE fROMO QIU~iNR in better tlian ordinary
Q ulnine And does not cause nervousness nor
r ingtng In hlead. Remnembe r the full name and
look for the sIgnature of 1.. WV. GROVE. 25c,
"NSWAT T11I.: MO0ST 1.1lt".
"%6 aeles l Das eteriornie0 Less
'llriu"- IhN, m I: iO'. Montis.
Cleison College, Juone 10. --The
"swa 1 thIle roostr" anita inaul
gtiraled by (It'lwiin Coll'ge oni the
'Clemnson creai and egg routes Is of
: 1ipo'talnce that every person inl
tih 11" koopin"; a i-h s for (To
shOuld n ld tl r:l on., why
doing any ;I the coo I.-' oe
,:ry at thle seas'Uon. o1fith, yek.r The
wi~mil nl:al of lihe (oho ( ~in s
whiy in fkertillo~ are mlol-e profitable
The overy of the hell, wherc an e
;w rcn !v s inl.l !: I a il
loilt. to tnaturi i'ity, li's at he ioliith 'of
the oviduct, a tube about twenly inch
elonvg. Tho I.aturo yolk is fertilIZed
wheni it envters Ile ovit if the LIen
bas minn rin'ing, wii a male and dur
ing the Process of covering the yolk
witi layi'r aftei laye' a of albuimen, or
vNilte, with Ile two skill. and with the
liley substlance thai. hardiens into
Shell, the elinbryo, or uni born Chick. is
growingcntaty.Ivr fortile egg
I tie tiue of laying has in it a live
click twenty to thirty hours old.
This little chick takes advalit age of
every suitable tetpera-ture to in
crentse in size. A warimi oomn, a sitlii
I1ner son, oir any eniperatuore over 80
degrees will make the chIck grow.
The difliculties of keeping such fer
tile eggs In a fit eating condition dur
Ing -uimmer weather are too great to
overmelIile. The only remedy is to re
move the cause, which is tlie rooster.
By "swatting" the rooster aind having
eggs witiehout live germi-is in them, one
ann obtain as good eggs In wa ri
weatheri as in winter. There is then
no chick In the ec, to grow a; in the
fertile egg in A leh the chick gro ws
for a day or two and then dies.
lPoost ers slib h hiled or p
arated from laying hns. This ulos
not learn egg prodiuction. A hen will
lay just as wll witlhout a rooster. The
henl which hold, the wvorld's" record
or 30:3 eggs in one year did not have
a roostrc' with her during the year.
"Swat tile rooster" should he the
F1loganl of every pouiltrymnan. The
1(i ter is neces.sary during tie lreid
ing season, iut lt other times iL ob
j ot Ionabl). 1 'iWhen the roost(!s are
tint ot of the way, there wvill be no
s!otted yolks in fried and mpactd
<ggs and people will oat iore ''s
im Smnm11liler. Swat tile riooster' and
have better eggs.
WILLISTON. N. C.. .1 \N
i ESTORiED TO IIEAL.hTI
Mr. Wiade Thank fiul lie Rend Aont
E. 'T. Waide, of Williston, N. C., was
the victim of stomach disorders. lie
tried mally rencdies and took a gr4:1
deal of iledieilne and treatments. 1 -
lef seemnel a long Mille (m0111i11g.
Tihen he found .\layr's Wonderfl
Remedy, took a dos(--and Cound relieu
at once. IHe told hi.- opllloll of the
ren)edy in a letter in wvhi h iie s1aid:
"Your illedicile has woi'ked won
drs. 1 feel s ill etleo Ier. I am
than1k ful to you, 111d .d, foir ad veirtis
inlg your wonderl iul emledy in tile pa
peris, its otherwiv . - ighltlt niever havi~e
kinown of' it."'
A1ay's WVonder~ful Remledy giv~es per
matneint re(sul ts fori st omlaChl, liver' andi
inltestial alilmentIs. Eat as muchei i and
whatever you like, No more dIlstess
after Catinjg, 9ire~iure' of gas in thle
stomlach and1( a round th1 le 1hart. (et onie
hot tie of your druggist now aiid try' it
on an absolute goauaateC-if not satIs
fact ry mloney w'Ill be i'eturneiid.
Not Iee of Famtily llenntion.
Thiei'e wilIlibe a reunion oif the mleml
her's of the Alcowan F"amily at Li
heit y Spr1iigs Church(1 at Crio(ss lill
in Laun s C'onunty on Tueosday (lie
i'rd (lay of August, 191.5, bieginning ait
tenl o'clock .\. .\. All relatives, COil
net. (0ons anid frien ds of lie Mlowani
famlil y are cord'.ally3 Invit ed withI i'e
(I(;ut to brii n refresh mentIs foi' dlii
ner on the grounds,
ii. L., Mleswamn,
WX. M., 3tiller',
t'r. WV. A. Fair'y ('rit.iently' 1ii.
C inton.ii .luine 1 .--Trhe ('ond(1ition1 of
(he R1ev. W. A. Fairy, pastor' of' the
.1(liahdi1st ebhurich lieri, who11 wIs opie'
;:<d uponui for appe~undleittis Sundayii
rn.ori'ung Et a hlospi tal in - Ceteri, is
regarded as citical. Alr., Fairy has
l.den in Clinton1 almost two year ls and
Is adired andC~ r111iestiecd by ali llh
l:nmow h11i' egardtless of denonmination.
It was5 iunderI his 5 ~lledeship that t he
Cirection of the hlandlsome new chuitrch
buildicng, ntow nieaing complleIthen as
c ~ t; J ti rA
j;; I \ 7 I ~ \ M
V:!" ('.1r s w:ll iia~la II '~
1c : v.-(:!~' ~ j z aI I i I t t, i iate. t h 1 a I
*tr t .N ~ O~~.'iahc M z~ei
What the Breckmans Say Ab
Wonderful Results With
turns in Money V.
%fter years of, i wntei li l toil,. i i
-1. A. lirek ians of .\ttusta. 4a.,
was gathered to his tatlher-, he leit
bhlind hin11 an iniable reptrtion a
a tiloSt tuseful citizel . a iteld horti
(tlittirit, a gta t isery lus iess,
and I It it stoIs to a ry oil Ihe
work he hamd inaugurated --a blsintess
wlli.l had its wustomer-s iti every CIvN
i I :Zed lan Id, for III IIth l v kItllan 114 111 s
ery prodlicts wer ahove all relialie
anid Juist what Ithe fIIn- dlelaredA themi
to be. There wasI no gu1s work aboit
anythinig they sohd. Thelly knew the
possibililies and Ilhe litnilations of
every tree, shrubil or planl that1 wenit
forith Iroim their .'stablishitnenit.
The hosiness staried by tihe re
vered l'. .1. A. 1lercktiianls has far out
grown the buisiniess let by him. Ini
additi lon, tle aticivitits of the sonsa
have catsed them to branch oi(t in
several other dirctions, and aliong
their ven tu res is a iflteen halidred
acr farmi at. Mayfield. htalf of which
Is giveni over to peach orcharids and
tll other hal to general farniltg.
This fari, "'lle Oaks", lovated at
Mayfield in I Ia ncock coOut y, ( a.,
is being brought up to high prodlue
tiveniess throtgh tile applicntion of
the underlying principles of the main
telance of soil fertility, and a record
oat crop grown this year onl sanldy
land ntidler drought condit Ions has
pointed so conluh isively to the tiontey
vailue of the Inoculation of lg ie
Iliat this year tihe Berckianiis lItroti
ers are using more thati ;io acrve. of
inoculating material ott cow peas
In discussing Ihe reml(arkal yio'd
of oats, .\l i P. .1. A. I Iverck iia ti . .
-Por years we have grown cow peas
w ilt wiit we ho(lieved to he success,
a a iIe~anis of inc reasing Iihe fertility
of tle land 11as well as for filie excel lenIt
forage Ilhe crop provides. Somne years
ago we began tiesting out commerchl
hacterial cultures for the ito itlatioll
of hairy vetchl, planted along willh
oas, and Some of Ihem provel de
cidedly succes;sful, while ile hay was
(iSy the best evter fedti oni ou place.
This test was itiade on the oltChard
sectiott of Tit Oaks. and it was oh
served by all that the mlestil ott that
patr( of the plantation wert in t'ner
conditiol than oi the farnti se:'l ion,
where tiied grain aloge wle
I- i. ('rops grew ltr aiter the itn
oviulated vetch, shobfwinlg the incere'ise ill
nitalts anid the IeneIral mproe
mencIit of the soils.
"Inl tle summ r of I!l , tle repre
senmaiive of the arp-'Thonms im
o(Irm Comllpany calledI onI uts andIl
t ise tIuthtat th Ioiltlation of
COwN Peais wolid be profitable. The
rIesettative told its of people we
kievw who had got as niucI am 101
per (t('Il inicrease in their oat.; and
other crops.- after cow peas biloculated
EDMUND A. FELDER
y Acre of
Id Be Inoci
out Cow Pea Inoculation--Fa
Oats Following Inoculated C<
Aue of Cow Peas and Peiman
, 11:1 utur.'. N ! i fim .0 w'
n I' 0 1114 :( .: in4cr41e4a4 V s : o .
:mtd w w r lvd to bl-Aieve liati ill1
in:reae f ::> o 0 pr cntwould h(
%\.!.t. wev shlou'd e.xpet,.
\ \\ r i g blou I 4ht 1:".5 -) l
o 'I aria en ill 'or (ow e:ts1 andl a.
A it grew th' e best crop of ('()ow
'l. 1 ve 0 (4 Sen at 'Ti Oa ---,'
vi u 4( plants, m o dark rIeli thley
W01 4 : la1n0.1 laick. \We v't4 thetu1
il anl4 pl nti oals Onl a part of! it
l 1n(1 a' 4 h' in ocith( ied cow pe:1s.
a(d oats; oll a sel ((tion ' where vow 4 .es
Switiot l ' inoculition w1 0 o wn I
a Vll rspcts Ihe prepar-ationl andfrt -
lizationl of fihe twvo were tho Samue.
"D'Iring the prolonged drought (his
spring ilhe oats after thet inoviulatedi
CO 1 :IS colliitilled to grow an4d 4 a4
t4re properly. The oats aflter the Cow
lioe-s witholl inlovielation Celsed to
-row and did not lead out Sati.fac -
i1wily. You ( could tell to the roW
where the -oil had benil inloulated.
s) 144m.1 ilore vigorolls wel the oats.
The rt 51111? We 11alveSted I1ihre'e finies '
ais 111-n fa o t., froin1 thel 11and4 that had14
1 beenl illo44 laited for I o'l pen'l s as m
4111ihere thev cono pens wllere ti'lon
11tho1 t inoula.ionh . The effect4w
m41arvelous. The cst w( tr 114iflin
eXpenditu4're we got at bliggLel an1 htt
4er rop( ol'o cow pea,; th uwl!l -( , I
(ver' g liwl beore, and a1 "0 per ' 111
increatse inl ourl oats.
"e have d1nonst'4rated1 th1a 0ur
soils need organ1ic 1 m l ite n ni I to
4.11 an(d filly appr ciate I e e eiv1 of4
le inol0a(tion of cow as,; v with
I'.\iE.\iO(EIL, as well 4. ve'ch, on
Poor4 soils. You should have seenl4
1 t ll inpromlling C11a1racer' 0f tit soil
(where we used4 tile .AR\lOGEIt to
understand hilly tIlle differenl es5 inl the
two crops;. This Ilild we are plannlinlg
to li-e an144d thus realize th f1ullest
I:enefi: from1 thlie 14J41(ulation. That
filda ow well inloeulated, butI we(,
will plalt it to ('ow' peas aL:4in if) Iet
tit l li ll('1 ti i I of* h t ye l's !1 ,1114: -
t ioni. Inl10 11 1-0111-1 l'etu n IC red 011her
1 1 1 ii tl iesin t. to4r 1111 ex lJo'1is(. Jill
ll I.ll O 11.1s el4' ee I nvel ex e ided by nI1'
lh1.1 S11411 i N he l U rl. prollt lks Ille
1111114, s eitl fo 4)1 the I .' 5 3erts of
I a I villent. \Ve l:naw it4 . v- , 1.0 1 4 e w
kIe h( )1 ook on. O ver cropV C1 rown 201VlOn
on f . 14
\'''e hav n w114 h lN\ t belt 44 rlo '
ha 1 I4' 44' .- : o illo a111.1I 1 OW ' a1 I .
an e SIall ufse in l ti onigl whllt
lo inev:v; 0 ] rmonl ul 1)11 . fthe k frl il.
) 444 1 141 s. V 4I II we h the
11r ;)i'l for vtli e ' w ill be ut i
ai fra:cion Of lite plest expen e.
4onl 1 h t '1 we will 4-vl :-all (41 1i :4
:4. ;4rtili/el 1u :1d 011elh 411:1 m i
impo lusie u1lhs v there is l1(141uy of
n National Bank, Colum
cts that Read Like Fict on
Iw Peas---Rcmarkable Re
cit Benefit to Soil.
4(4 (t r . I . ' . il \L are
WO f l i t : 1- li'ill. :gle s
'n- bit. ib
n in ill no: whei le 141 rio
-t u''d I i ] i' .1 i t li.
;i r di - n. Inl- u jl n ja4rv 14
' I' ' a I h y a l iy i1 ..1
01 ii 110't 1 cl a". (i' )A l'4 OlIC as
w o ,~ . 110I1h4 , al 's.r Ilx4'h ' 0
.(crcW O Pil Viti hfI til. a Is;i:zM, pea
he che 1.1, .-c~
hI44 hlii1 i n W i l he ef ol 1.rs
loic I li.1U:1.-; 1-;1,4 Oi cll vI I 0i. 111 '
C W I ci I a" w lt't ~ i .; I I I -
.-111 11110 1 to can' II. lh
1113-N 110 1 We sim de--10
s, weas 1i, reason wit m rllom
gerie u not ..el p rofatler l- l or es n i-a
we dl ti. i 44: - :11t I.l.'d th
a".I, wel o t a hfo t ai hi l t oel
11chp ads the-ot.hes a:-, mpnyoella
h uIi ti d wuIl k ho att d ithl o ul t
:hd la m reilal: li fcr l.; 1 le
lisreiit. !:e oliroti - lo I$1 late i om.
It eaiw' th I 110' t ; Io k.\ an I
$m a14 0. t1iK o ii 41 ry 1 ;:Leio . l n o
ltk,.\ r; Imll 1 , bi t i h 11(1 ike l.
i d ui p(lntitd i'. fa O i in' thot :,b-oil
Al. .\lOG t l0\l ri.istes the' (contined(
tirowth andko Wtart eof cl crop ne
disraght) oiln hst Ae acrep
i1Ices, I hoties, $2 ech;
five acre !ti l eas, $;i vach: .1 ae ro
ullts t in vener b;tles, .g and
4 cr Ii nils (0 hi ' -Acre hot Ilesh
C . chariI 1 :m id. N i.e
the ro ' fil whi ch it i. it b)(. u (sed.
N. .Tn ErIp-Tho la t 4 I o
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