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TURKEY WEARY OF
RULE OF OEILuAN
Prominont American 'T'hinks Amerlca
be Unwise to Declare War on Turks.
Would be Playing Into Kniser's
Ifloston, Nov. 30.--Th 'Turks aire
heartily tired of German rule and a
declaration of war by the United
States against Turkey now would be
playing into the hands of the Berlin
ollicials, in the opinion of Dr. wim. E.
Strong, editorial secretary of the
American Board of Commissioners for
Why the United States should de
clare war upon either Turkey or Ilul
garia is inconprehensible to those
who' know anything of the internal
situation of those two countries, said
a f tat ement issued 'by Dr. st rong to
night. "Both of the countries are as
much under the control of Germany
as are Belgiun' and Poland. -
"Who would suggest" he contin u
ed." Ihat we should declare war on
ilelgitul ibecause Belgian subjects are
"orking for Germany and Itelgitumi is
supplying Germany with foodstuffs
arl other war equipment? Thoso
who have come out of Turkey during
the last few months give only one
testii'ny, and that is to the effect
that Turkey is heartily tired of the
domination of Germany. F ven the
leaders r~"ognize that they went into
this wart not fir any possible gain to
Turkey but with every opport unity of I
."1f war should be declared on 'Tur
<ey and Bulgaria, what could Ilhe
United States do?" It would be
cruel in the extreme to make an at
tack upon a people who hate the al
1lance with Germany with a perfect
haired and who would gladly break
that alliance if they had the power
to do so. A declaration of wa,' teday
oft the part of the United State a would
lead to a new attack under German
direction upon the non-Moslemin popu
lations of Turkey, whose elimination
froni Asia Minor is one of the mani
fest policies of Germany.
"One can hardly think of the peo
ple of the United States favoring any
step which could, so far as we can
see, lead to nothing that would ab
breviate this war, but. would open the
door for new and startling atrocities
under the leadership of Berlin, to
say nothing of imperilling all Ameri
can interests in both countries. We
have reason to know that the Bulgar
ion and Turkish officials are increas
ingly friendly toward the United
States, as they become dissatisfied
and even hostile to German rule.
This is a tendency to be encouraged
lather than discouraged.
"The sending of Hernstorff to Con
stantinople was with the idea of
turning Turkey against the United
States. In the face of the rising tide
of German opposition in Turkey, lie
will probably 'he unable to do so till
less the United States by a declara
tion of war plays into his hands and
into the hands of the Berlin cAlicials.''
WH! YTlIIAT LAME iIA('i(
That, mornling lantene(ss, those
sharp -pains iwhen bendin g or lift ing,
make work a burnden anad rest im-pos
5si-le. D~on't be hand(1icappledl by a had1(
back-hook to yourt kidneys. You will
make no0 mistake by following this
IAnuri n rei5t'sident 's examl 11e.
C. D). 'Riobert son. farmner', Itoute No.
I, lbaurens, says: ".\My hack was lame
and my kidneys \were disordered. Of
ten whlen I tried( toI lift, a sharp pamin
s(el'zed( m1e In the 11(1 qmal oy ba'ck anid
handil~. h kidney .jt('ret ions tass 5ed
too froq iien tlIy, but t10 tlo w was seanii
ty and(1la brnled toyf-i lly. I had su ch
had dizzy shells -flint I a lmtost fell. Af-j
loer siuff'eing abhout a yeari, Iread about
[Donn's Kidney i'ills and got a biox at
lie I aurlens IDrug C'o. They irelieved
me1 ini a fe wdays and 'by thle t ime I
had ulsed fouri boxes, I was rid (if thte
t roub1l1e. 'Thle cur e has beeni perima
Priice Che at all (lealerm. D~on't sim
ply ask for a kidnley remiiedy-get
D~onn's Kidney ills--the same that
eurend .\ir. Itlibert son. Fost en-.\liiiurn
Vo., Prous., --fflo N. V.
Oppressll(e Men'suares ('arried Out in
lielgiumu .llup'lent Ed in North linly.
Ldot ill and D~evasinte I talian Pr
Washingtonl, Nov. 30.--All the op
pr'P'iv~e meiasures whlciL i carae
terized thle invasion~ of higtium anc
mianiy of the acts of barbarisnm whieh
revoltedi the civilized world, semi-of
cial dispatches froml Rome todhay
says, are now 'being practiced by the
Austro-German in~'adiers of Italy.
Near Zenson, thie (dIspatchles say,
the invader's placed Italian women
anld children before their troops as
theoy advanced and the 'Italian sol
diet's were compelled to sacriflee
thIr ininocent coiuntrymlen,
tin the Flriuli region, war taxes,
reqluisitions and conscriptionb of la
bor is being pr'acticed as it was in
Blelgiumn and northern France. Auts
tro (Gernman prisoners tell of 'Italian
non-combatants mlassacred by the in
vadting troops,~and loot from Italian
homes and sho-ps has been found on
the bodies of dead troona.
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* DIALS NEWS. *
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Dials, Dec. 3.-dcsplite the drizzly,
inclemency of the day, many visitors
were albroad Thanksgiving Day and
from all account it. was the one day
In which food conservation did not
play ani important part, as there were
no gastrononical sac iflees, and for
:ince friend 'Hoover was forgot ten. Not
withstandini, the day Was a <ilet one.
It was -especially significant that this
year's Thanksgiving Day was differ
ent. \it Is true we have had a full
harvest, and that our people have
prospered, and as a nation wt have
reasserted and rea Illlrmed our all legi
ance to the God of our fathers. Fron
many of our homes one or more mmi(i
bers of the family circle, have gone
forth to battle for the liberty of Iie
world. Is it any wonder that. there .s
many a chartache! Yet there was a
new hope and a new pride In the op
timnistic hearts of the homefolks on
Thanksgiving I)ay, in simply knowing
that. they had a loved one in the ranks
among 'the millions gonsecrated to
1ight for the freedom of the world and
to save our future Thanksgiving Days.
Rtev. ii. Z. Nabors, souperittendetit
of the Islworth Orphanage at Col umn
bin, cale up from Clinton where lie
wasi in atitcildaice at the annual ses
sion of the i'pper South Carolina Con
forence, and spent Friday hight with
Mrs. I. S. IBrooks and family.
liss Jennie Abererombie was the
-inest of her aunt, Mrs. John Ilolder
several days last week.
,.Mr. and .11\s. L. W. lrooks, and tit
le 'Sarah IBelle, were visitors of rela
ives in Gray Court Thanksgiving 1)ay.
Mr. and .\Mrs. 'W. S. Bolt and chil
Iron of IHickory Tavern, and Mr. W.
. irownlee and family, were the
;pend-the-day guests o' Mrs. .1. R.
lrownivle and famil Iy Thu rsday.
i. and .'Mrs. .. T. Gillespie and chil
Iren of Greenville, came down Thurs
lay and remained over the week-end
Vit Mr. 1Iarris Curry and family.
Mlembers of the Young Peoples' So
'lety of Dials Methodist church were
1itertained at. the home of Mrs. Fes
ts Curry of (;ray Court Wednesday
'vening, Nov. 21st. :several interest
ng contests together with music and
ther games were enjoyed throughout
he evening. From the handsomely
uppointed dining table delicious re
'reshlents were served to the guests,
able partners having first been se
ured by matching ibroken (puotations,
reatly written on cards, tied with
ihtite and yellow ribbon, the colors of
he society. The cards afterward
;ervcd as dainty sotiveniers of the af
The .\1issionta ry Rally, given under
lie au pices of the AW. 1. M. society
it this place, on the fourth Sunday af
ernoon, proved a success in every
Mi's. Neenie Owings was hostess IU
he Ladies' Aid Society and the mem
ers of the two organized Bible class
'i at her home Moniday af'teirnoon. The
uffair was In the natur'e of a showeri
'or' thle lapwor'th -Orphanage. The
l'htanksgiving box was filled1 andl pack
'd to over-flowing withl many a ippre
>rialte antd useftil aticles, as w~ellI as
iii inmber of such ecalcu lag ed to gladen
the lienits of thle little ones. Duri 'iigg
lie a ftcernoon a del ighiIftfu1 salad ('our ise
.\ lix Sal lie Ii rownlhee wax sho pp ing
nih~t tauens .\(iinday3.
.\1'. and \l :s. Sam in uriry, .\1is J1ewel I
'urriy and Mlastr ci'(oke speniit Tihanks
living l)ay in tinoree, the ;mesxis of
31ir. and \lr3i. lRober i Owvina of
'oiniaini imit. M\r. end Mrs. .Iosie Sim
notns anid .\ i. anmd 31irs, Abrantms of
Poplart, wrere Siunda:y visitor's of Mir.
I. Yt. Simmions and faimilly.
Mlesxrs Wi. C. (Curry, F'esliis and .
\. (Curr'iy a ndl.il Joh Thlomatson 1mo
Ored to ('liinton Sitnday,'to liear thle
nori n g sermion of thle IBishiop lmresid
ng at the C'onfer'ence.
M1iss MattIe Siin inotis had as lier'
ziiest Fondiiay .\ilss Loitisi' Owinigs of
ray (Cour it.
M1r. .\lac'k liirns, 3ir. and 31irs. Ilas
-om1 iiro(wniiece anmd little (dauighter',
ltachecl of IEnor'ee, and 3Miss lEtta
irowniilee of Warriioi', weire callers at
he~ home of Mlr. .1. 11. hirownl'ee's Sun
lay. * ''"'W
Alt. " nd Mirs. Phlumtier ('iirry of Si
oanme 8S ngs, .Ark., biut who have
t(eeni ini South i armol ina. fomr sever'al
veeks visiting rehlitives, sptent. Satur
liay niight . wVithi 1Mr. Samu Curry and
'amily. On Sunday, accomnpaniecd by
State cf Ohio, City of Toledo, .
Lucas County. Is
Frank J. Cheoney makes oath thant he 1s
SenIor partner of (lie firmi of If J. Cheney
& Co., doing bmuinitens in th. City of To
ledo, County and Stat.e oresaidi andc
thant said firm will par I stum of ONE
iHUNRED~ D)0 LA kS or each and ev
ery Caseo of Catairh ii I cannot be ('tred
by (lie use of 114 LL' ('ATA ICRH C~tl!E,
Aworn to hbe' e no and subseribedl in
ry res co, t i, 6ith daiy of D~ece~ber,
Ilall's Catarrh Corn is token Internally
4ndt acts directly upon the blood and mu
souis surfaces of tile system. Bend for
F". J. lHEN EY R- CO. Toledo, 0.
Bald by all DFimgis in, 750.
Takac iralla Family imli to..' cnpatan
.lir. Ciprry, 31r. and Mrs. Curry mo
Cored to llenderosnville to see thplir
son, Graham, who is in school near
Mrs. Robert Gray who successfully
underwent an operation in a Spartan
burg hospital, was able to return
Rev. G. G. Hlarley, pastor at this
place attended the Methodist Confer
ence at Clinton. Mr. 1iarley has only
been one year on this charge, but in
that thme he has proven an able and
clicient pastor, and the church has
made material as well as spiritual
progress during his ministrations.
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