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VOLUMIE XXXIII. UAURCIN'e SOUTHt %cAk()LINA. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 7, 1917.NUBiR1
The Foreign Minister in peiing
Speech Mays Concessions' Will Not
be Made While France Con Lift
Washington, Ooti 30.-The .ext of
the speech made in the Frene cham
ber of deputies by the new foreign
minister, M1. Barthou, upon his as
slumption of o1ico, just receivedl here
by cable, disclose that he proclaimed
a polley virtually identical witih that
of Ils predecessors.
Tie minister aflirmled ihe solidarity
of France with all of her allies and
declared it would be criminal to
lie ottliled the alims of tile war.
"llestitutions, reparations and guar
itees," he said, "mean the pure and
siminple return of Alsace-Lorraine to
France. Invaded -1.1 ye'ars ago. Alsace
LorraiIn are iIn no senle difterent in
lmatus from the departments, invaded
three years ago. Alsace and Lorraine,
iII fact. are invaded departments.
"Could lrance make colcessifons to
(Germany on that apolut or W' any
kind? Never so long as a French hand
can hold a rifle. The Integrity of the.
territory we iave reccived from our
fat hOrs could not he tIhe ohi'ee of any
ild of concession or colvers(tio1011.
":he Amerlean exp)editionry forces
in Fr;' N . 11 rt n l woul be
a force with which the enemy would
oave to reoell. and the F"renclh arm.w
tin tie whole c.1 France greeteI with
devotioin th is Ii rst omf iaI Cl coliima1111tion
of the entry in lin1 of the Amerleain
Thie minister enided with anl vlo
(rpint appeal for the union of all par
ie:- it eromduct tie var u .ti ictory
Thspeech was muchaplud
and wa- followed by a vot.e of (on
f!dene-, biut it did not rally the so
cialist support. Albert Thomas. the
soeialist former minister of miions,
raid he did not consider the declara
tions of the niiister, a% preelse
nouligh upon the subject of guaran
Sufit terribly viti corns because of
blu hI leels, but why Care now.
Women wear high heels whleh hue
ke t thIeir toos and tihey stu r r
ribly from corns. Women then pro
Celd to tI iri tlese pests. seek; inl re
lef. hot. they hardly realize th terri
ble (iniger from infection, says a Cin
Vorns.4 canl easily he lifted ont with
the lIngers If you will get from any
drug store a (tuarter of atn o)nce Of a
drug onlled freezone. Tis is suticeint
to remove every hard or soft corn or
callus from one's feet. You siIly If)
Illy a few drops directly uponl th en
der, aching corn or Callus. 'ITh sore
ness is relleved at onge and , ))n tihe
entire corn or calllas, ro1t01,aind all.
lifts out wiout ane 't1lle of Inin.
Tils freczoue is a sticky sitbsaile '
wi-4-h dries mn a noment. d just
shriiels uip the corn w1 ith)uit 1iltlailtg
or even irritat' ig the surrotuding lis
sile of skin. Tel'l your wlfe about tis.
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** LONG BRLANORI NEWS. *
C.. *0***e e e e e e.
Miss Mittie Holland entertained the
( young people of tIs andl~ other comn
tmutnities at a "pinderC parchling" last
Mrs. 'Fayette Cole of Cross 11111 spent
last Monday night wvith her dautghter,
Mrsm. J.,L. Ohanoy of this comutnity.
Mr. Starling Bennet visited 'his sis
ter, Mrs. J. ill, Lynch, tile early part
of the week.
Mr. Waltetr Keller, of thle lower' part
of thie state, was tihe guest of Miss Su
die Keller last Tuesday.
Messrs Hlosea Cook, Ira Bolt andl~
Wayne Stewart were the guests (.
Misses Mittie and Mildred llolland
Mr. and Mirs. FE. Hf. Holland and famn
liy visited at Mr. C. Q. Holland's Sunt
We are all very sorr'y to learn that
Mr'. C. Q. Ilollandi got tIs ankle brohk
en last Wednesday nighlt. We all hope
he wvill sooni be better.
Miss Mary Dtt Lynchl visited hter
slster, Mrs. Clarence Harris, last Sat
Mrs. P. 0. StuchloHl Tolls How She
Cured Her Son gf a Cold.
T ~ When my son 1911iis was sick with
""a cold. last winter I gave .him Oham
him at-once tnld qutickly br'oke upi his
cold," writes Mrs. P. - 0. Stuchell,
Homer City, Pa. This 'remedy has
been iln use for many years. Its good
eual ities have been fully pren by
maniy thousands of people. It to
PInAt and date. to tao,
S prit With M
and their o 1
~iii.effclency otn thio
battle fronts of
be vitally -
by the o
of the en
ing our mili
Local Campaign for e'
riand who really appreciate the
ficer who chanced to see one of
a and who had already learnedI
: the movement was accomplisb
]lsely knit with Army MORAL'
ie "spare hours" from camp rot
ow the soldier wherever he goe.
mo. orwin-n ho ha-l seen copli-.- he I
The11 Phlonlhe waslI. as ! mpimtie a.i ho
I)Wd be on tho on.,oni: of the 11,War.%
I. :aid C:ie kaisevr would he coniplete
' 111 Ow' nu hn the world will vn
Anyhjow itud anywtay h's znatin (
liltons are- given aboVe and youl canI
)"nk onl thiom or. not as youl likev.
Rev. Athuitr Ross says he getIs his
nspiirattin from much, pr-ayer. amt
hat the prediction thatt the war-% was
o. "break ouit" when It. dlid was the
mitcomei of, study of the 'Pook, of Dan1
rand woe Terly. aprcat .h
"Gcer wo chancedt fse," ne the
many hbad aulfready leaurnes
te od.mnt asme wacoand
[te "os Key ours ur campzrot
ar tw l the g ode whereverthe e
erience wit this ted vremedy. I ere
is anr x ale worth reaing
R.y:\ . 11. Fraks. pro. Gr ocery, .ut29
Flemu in t., gvi ,aurens, ays: YOU hel
firtkmpo onft 1 lt kidne troubl.Inm
dartedAr thrg myack san Ir hads to i
bracte msl'lf i re hto trahten~ np
I h-aid oa'' hen ite derIdons too
)tOtii o an sinlfthe w was catand
(1mu.-- l'I suf d f rom dizyepl.
andt amos tptd er weher I wa
wGolkinews t.alsfee ff and the
reny siad month'suiwhen' I go Dnrn's
idey ltol t) Pose'e Dre Cfore.
Aferun Mone bax lmel eaker and
t og boxkes hd m omoe.'hak
to las Ko -idney I.Orm ~edys
wen' elIny l-the nesaf .thatc
Mr. ank~ne ha. otier-\din C.
Prop.. uffalo Nk. Yr~. rey,'I2
"Hearytutin of somnegoodoresultsInrm
thase waf Mayr'sh Weful' Remoed
dcdto ty i t o yhnga ch,'ric aeno
(ltd itiut hc andti I ad ntor
ted in.e Aftrer to ilsti'doithe pa
iendto was eIney ascronht andto
was ,11( toonbl o eas radishes and
paonsft I.verytn fele fro hdzy noteten
a il yar st Io reove heIarr as u
1I.u fro thed sitfftina tt andl ao
reays te ntflammait I gtc c~auses'
prctiall all stmch lver ~nd in
eil almfera ticludinped-t
ctias Oiney ooPill-h covate orha
annan ntnn~sk and.Fo' i'~ i tn non. . '.
It is the Men in Coni
structive moVement. An ol
ity Recreation Fund poster
contact with his men, whal
it. Army MORALE is cli
make good soldiers. It's t
Home influence must folk
this truly great cause?
S,Es E Ni) O1' WAIt
Telis Index 31mi 1 Will le Over 111n 1
Year. lPrdlets Cooper's Election
11ev. Al thir lmos, Coloredl, hnown
'I lie .ays hitmself, Its "The Prophet"
ays the Prent war will be over withi
In a year. There will he to fighting
a year from now he says. 'i. also
says he predicted this war a year be
Ore it, ;>pened. The Index man has I
to tnhe his word for that for he had
to record or recollection of its being
nado public, but The Prophet says
10 certainly (lid predliet it. He says
he prellieted the election of (ov
Mlannn hoth times lie ran. This, of
c'urse, ruggested The Index man to
ask him who would be elected g'
rnor of South Carolina next year. Hie
Saidi at once, "It's the gentleman from
baurens, the oflicer in the Baptist
-hlurchl." Somehow lie did( not get out
Mr. Cooper juist at first, but after
thinking a little while he recalled it.
lie said he got it mixed sometimes with
the namon of the gentleman from Lau
icns u ho was a stewvard in the Aletho
(ilat chbut ch, the gentlenma~i who moved
from, Laur'ens to Gr'eenwood! and who
was almost elected governtor in 1910.
T'his was 'Hon. C. C. lVenther'stone.
Asked who would lie th-- :hited States
,enatr 9!'rotm South Cairolina next yeara
hi s ans;wer' was "Senator Till man, if
he is living."
'11er. Arthur Rloss says lie is a na
tive of Oreenville, but ho spends much
'f his t ime in Greenwood. He preach
es at different places around over the
stato and finds it convenient to come
to Greenwood now and then. Hie
~ aid he' would preach on the wvar at
l'tah olre church here Sunday. t
run .into him Thtursiday otn his way to
dinner, wh'len after passing Ross, he
was asked if he could~ spare dC "to
day's j-aper," The Pr'ophtet saying ho
had been up towvn but could nuot buy
one. The newspaper man had a hun
dit nder -his arm but as they wetre
New York, Washington andl Philadel
ihila papers he had not iread ho could
not Supliy him. l1e ou~ered the min-.
ister' a copy of "Today's Index." Hoe
acceptedi it gladly, said that he had
oton read it and liked it very much.
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ItMl' WELL l1 A'(l.\ VEl
oneI' 0i Dhylsy ,eIders Ias 1ein .1r.
Catip .lackson, Nov'. One of the
st indicattions that Qolhinibia ivIll not
avean" I ePrious troible with the le
ro Soliers at amp Jacksoln is that,
though nhere have beeni upwards of
,MaO nevgro(s at h11. vam)p for the past
evern weeks, not a single one has
>et'in arrested by the muIt ary police.
)ne negro soldier was arrested by the
Ivilian police on a charge of being
hunk, and this is the only arrest of
Inegro soldier here to date.
Col. EIdwin iell, comman(ler of mil
tary police, said this morning tha
he conduct or the negro soldiers ham
en most-exem plary. "The donning
>f the untiform or thei army has no
ilven them the 'hig head' as some per
sons5 exipeeted it. wVould," said Col
llell, "On the contrary, I believe tha
It has instilled a desire In them th
make themselves worthy of thle unl
form they w~Eair and of thle resp~onls
billty It has placed upjonl them."
The mlllitary piol ice ofIce in Colum
bla has issued over 10,000 passes tb
C~amp Jackson. Sonme of the passe
nrc for several persons, so that It I
nst imated that at least 25,000 personi
have qtual11 fed to visit. thle reser'vato1
in the Past few months.
The passes ate issued In v'arioum
formu antd tor vartied duirat Ions. Som
arme for one tipt othlercs for a mont 1
and some permianent. Btefore secur'in:
a taar to ( mo Jackson a. person~ I
oblIged to call at ('ol. Diell's offlet
ninth floor, i'niotn Ihlank building, s,
that thle oti'i'r in (charge of ussin,
passes catn give him the once over.,
'The (ett on ginntings in Imauren
eountty to Oct obier 18t h, show tha t ui
to Ithat date the m'roi was turnIng oum
about1 as last year1, whetn the tott1
11romfo thle season wvas about :31,00
bales, or ablonut two thirds of the aver
age yield aind a bont three .fifths of -th
recordl yIeld. To that (late this yea
5,1912 bales hadi been ginned as coi
pared with 15,l82 bales last year,
differew-i' of ten bales. The total fo
the state wait 582 '63 aga Inst 508,63
underwear. Secure your sizes
before the stock is broken, at old
The hosiery stock is complete
with all the reliable brands we
We are showing siks below mar
W. G. ilson Co.
The following regulations will gov
ern in our wheat prize contest an
nounced last week:
1. Contestant must list his name with
us by the, 15th of December.
2. Sworn statemert as to measured
acre and apn6unt of bushels by
weight mu be submitted at the end
of the'c test---July 1, 1918.
Cost of production does not enter into this prize.
The most bushels per acre, regardless of cost, is
the essential point.
Plant this acre and then plant some more acres.
The more 'the better.
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Laurens, South Carolina