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WILL NOT SEIZE
MONEY OF ALIENS
United States Not in Ti at Sort of
Game. Not Due to 'l'reaty.
Washington, Feb. S. .\ 1ot(ial
statement. giving asstuirances that the
government, has no intention of seiz
ig bank deposits or other property be
longing to any foreign stubject evenI
In the event of war was issued by the
state department today with the up
proval of President Wilson.
The statement was prompted by the
anxiety of German subjects in some
sections regarding savings deposits
and by the many reports in circula
tion regarding the intention of the
government concerning war bound
vessels in American ports. It makes
no specific reference to the Prussian
American treaty of 1828, which pro
vides for the immunity of such prop
erty, which has been regarded as of
doubtful validity, saying merely that
the government "will in no circuni
stances take advantage of a state of
war to take possession of property to
which international understandings
and the recognized law of the land
give ii no just clain."
The decision is unidetstod to be in
furtherance of Presidetnt Wilson's de
termination that there shall be not hi
lug in the couluct of the l'nited .tates
to warrant criticism, rather than in
diea!ivie of anly sper'('itll' inclination to
neknowlediie the valility of di!'spntal
provision:: of the ol treaty.
Oflicis did not cmnlent on a r
dlispatc'h irons Pherlin saying .\nihas
satlor G' Uerard41 hail heeti asked to oh
taI a re-r4a litiication of the tralty but
previously they had indlicaled that
such a :suggestion wob Id 11111 no le
iloitts(' her' ttiuit'r 'pres4ilt contidt ti s.
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- -GREENWOOD'S MILLION DOLLAR BANK
YOUR BEST ASSET IS A BANK ACCOUNT. IT CANNOT DEPRECIATE
IN VALUE, IT IS THE PROOF OF PROGRESS.
Z EVERY PERSON WHO HAS PUT MONEY IN THEI BANK HAS PROFIT
El) BY TILL WISDOM OF~ SO DOING.I
YOU CAN NEVER 'I'l'llh Wh'IEN YOU WILLh NEED MONEY AND IT IS
,aAN E'ASY MATTIER TO PUT'I I'AltTI OF \VlIAT YOU EARN IN TILE 0
o IlL\NK' IEUILAR1~, YOU MUSTI TOIL REI1AItILY, AN[) THAT IS
O YOU' CAN IIEG(IN A S'.\VIN(US9 ACCOUNT hlERE WITHl A D)EPOSITI 01"
ONL:Y ONE I)OTA:\iI--Olt MhORE--.JUST AS YOU PRE ER.,
PER CENT ON PER CENT ONd
oQ SAVINGS SAVINGS y
Bank of Greenwood
Gree .wod S3, C.
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iottnn; was tie tigni$oegft w&af y AI tt:
+hieh ogo of the secrt farners lead- 'The report of tho consumption O V
rs put the matter. The warehouse cotton in the Mills of the United
ssociation meets on Monday night at States during the month of December
o'clock In the City Council chan- shows that consumption In southern
01*. ,ills during the month amounted )o
In addition to Mr. Stuckey, who 307,617 bales, an increase of 12,089
scads the new farmers movement, At- bales, or 4.09 ler cent over December,
orndy Genoral Thomas H. 'Peoples is 1915. Consumption In the mills of all
i candidate for governor next year. other States during the month
fIr. Peoples is a Blease man who ihas amounted to 228,$70 bs, a decrease
rot been defeated in the two years of 30,507 bales or 11.6 per cent below
when the faction went down to defeat December 1915.
In th primaries and this is giving him In the live months' period ended
wonderful hold on those of his par- December 31, consumption i South
ty oho want to win. en mills amounted to 1,583,581 bales,
There is some tttlk of other leaders an increase of 207,218 bales, or. 15.05
Sf the late Blease faction going into du cent over the corresponding mer
the race for governor next year and od last year. Consumption in all oth
everything Indicates a new alignment 01 States during the period amounted
on that side of the political house.- to 1,180,381 bales, an increased of 23;
News and Courier. 104 bales, or only 2 per cent. During
the month of December~ consumiptiont
SOUTH AOINGO ,ll19D. Cn Southern mills exceeded that in
the mill1 of all other State by 78,647
oafning Supremacy I cotton 0a7m, bales, or 34.35. per cent."
fact~uri"ig. Whenever You Need a General Tonic
Washington, Feb. 7.-" lacl ionth's Take Grove's
erea The Old Standard Grove's Tasteles
ert a chill Tonic is euay valuable as a
chapter to the story of the passing of General Tonic because it contains the
pre1IlflCY in cotton 'ma facturing wveli known tonic properties of QUININE
to the Sellthi," said 11leshlellatrt~ISOll ridand IRON. It acts oof the Liver, Drives
I out Malaria, triches the Blood and
of the Southern railway systemII, to- Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents.
PERUNA in Your Home
A housewife must give the first aid in colds, coughs and
other aijtlelts. 1cr promptness in applying the remedy often
saves a serious illness. Her experience with remedies has led
her to know that PEtUNA is always reliable, tcIt she should
have it on hand for the immediate treatment of coughs and
colds, and that it is always to her
laining" Supremacmy nC otto Parker, baes or" 34.35 er cnt."he
W Feb.~ tn, Wi., writes:
'eport ~ ~ 'W from tecnubrausd a
}Nh Se ar trco n Safeguard
Weeve Y Noueed it aeea crfTctly
z... ."' . , rliaT k Gtrdicio e.
1 t rcoin rill th isya- The experience o n
;Th er oy trce l tandad Gere's Ts
.< z of od, iiud p; c- t, r cc vti
vent serou cner- typical of thousands of let
"a 13111 U trs that reach the Peruna
out Malaria, Itrihe th caloodh andl
"yfor H cltarei Wih au CompaIn~1y fr~om g4 r a t e f u l
J fli i 'o tn~ rilwy tood m yoar, friends who have found their
PE rNAeriu until r Y roitlyH
Siri 1 h o wmve th e"n I irima t ticlnil In my fi a id s incoli g
IIio it h(,:; dii"w, xiord, utt in Bea lit': 1 ii]ru~c pi1 et, and thir
t1C il t l) hi,,il)C t l i Cie hc m ni zi}i. 1 omtl ici
1te:r wit nt. emtril p11. ropntiuc to family safety in
u it unsil u llnetsir He rexpeec wt emtee hs l
Sheartily roilc ikno that PERA is a asr without s
What it on han for her it i reaciy the cim e da PERUNA .
'Colds and Catar h
The great weight of testimony that has accumu
lated in the 44 years that PERUNA has been on the
market proves it, beyond question, to .o the reliable family rem
edy, ever refdy to take, preventin t e of riou effects of colds,
coughs, grip and1( (li'rflgelflfts of tile (!ite tivo organs. Tlhis oe
proof is published from tiu to time and many families have
profited by it.
Re~clr bou con Altari PS1;IJW an taltars, aru yeatr c~uvenIczlc. Carry I.~
I iith you sad be fortilj.A agajinst tiddeg attack..
Tit PCIournL Ciaperfe, ctlumua, Ohio
IJi! !LCAME IS IIdIUB[[! II
-SHOC-S -- reli't m dicine.i
2 10.% 'il "i1j" e". wgoman, ivent . erwihi
lie-i l (111'S Wtouls.con ,80 tpcl of. tuand Ilolet-)do'
CaIlti~l18ii'tel 3'01 l~ !lal et' Iav ters~ii s h tiPach3 the I ll Peua f
Ith tluid not lien very (-riti lantil rie t. ly. u icage I ; c l lic'm'l'
Siw 111yt hi we tre in to h teing I' Riot ea I o01l-i 3Ot ik
t hantI hiil InsIntd. 3 nd 1 el a nd no:' pill gon a t' Ihat 01eir00)ful
1r1..ise 1111( Cm repi. eI C 'Ol 1110inue- ~tlxfaily Lifety1'll illt y
live i utt'I im anti i rowel eot i.ae~ bo.so t .d811 ie11( ~lt.
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mrkete' provesm iteyon- <estn to be1~ l theeligbtie fo i rem-- iv i t
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whe cue " nlJfecro'is of earlynes.afiel hat if it. doean' mieed -
withsou bie cashs itoyturraien nof albeteor coahee you'reck
i - u.This Liswhen yoG elta wu uarantee:etldtoyu thny ack nd sponulo
,s and' "al knoke ou, i youy algs lOive o Lworkm and enyu
hver yo i ndowel cotstipajte ores of what u biooad coee .
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cere ivl meiyorate-o o anl2Uy beln fornp ofotrlnataliog. t
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