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A llied View of G
-DOeSn' t Consider Tita Germanly lilts
Gonle Flir Enlough. Bierlin Is Hloping
for ireak Betnieen Allies.
Paris, Oct. 1;1.-The reply of the (Ger
m1an governiineiit to l'resident Vl son's
<iquestions is considered here to idi
ente that (ternany's diornatic front
is as flexible as her military front.
Some of 11le commnlitators find thbe
re 'i* V9 we irded ;Is to show the hope
of Ihc (; nr . that it will result ini
le:r h it ul eel tie allies.
Geicral l'. A. Croix, in the Teinlps,
"Germallny's aeeptaice of President
Wilson's conditions is an avowal of
defeIat. Foch is tie sole jutdge froll
I 1h iilita y point of view and will
know hlow to exactt lie necessary gotar
altees fron the eneliy and what teri
torial occutpations llmst he itposed."
AlImost all ithie newspapers ex pres.
lit addition to reealling lismark's
ruthless ilethods in the 1871 armistice,
it is pointed oult by some of the news
papers that when the (verills in 1914
sought to seclre France's ne I trality,
(iermanly was not willingp to ne0ceptl
France's word. bIII denlanded to he per
1iitted to oeiipy Tonil and Verdunl as
inth) ppua dhwisetts0on of t ho
ply te sIsp'i'ioll persists that (er
mayis eva;ditl i'Ath issu inl Sonli re
sp ts, at leasi, ithe t'celilg being 1h1:1
sht his noI oont har enough. It is
huh i ld oil th.at uhie G('rii1ii 'oinsli
lilit i is as ve tii I lin d ;tIgt Idil l i 'l II I
it itmy h. Said (ho goveriient i
lit oi b () li ce peopl it is lihkewilt
responsibh illte vnmiwror.
It is furthellr inqiuire'd if' (11w-o i- lo
he a urndrwhy should it unoit,
a siurrendeir to .tN rlial Poch. the allied
ommndr'-in-thief, who alone en
nccept th kind of a surrenildelr the
allies desire. It is contended inl solnte
(jiarters that since Germnany's reslolilse
is an11 adisision1 ofi military defeat
there oul..ght1 to be a nmilitary su rrender.
Since \ictory is with the allies, It is
held. they should retailn it and not
allow thlemselves to be drawn into a
battle of (llntiacy.
"Germany has lost. the war," says
L'Hlommiiie Libre, Premier Cleinel
ceal's liper. "She has replied and
not replied. By fite single solitary
fact that she desires to elgage in con
fOrences oveI' lk a1rm1iist ice sht' pI'OVs
thIt she Is in u rgent needs of sus
pelnsioni of bos illit is. She asks a
cessation of hostilitits, all adoiission
that sihe is through."
Lelair says: "If Mi'. Wilson is sat
isliEd Wiith ((ermlllanly'S answer nIlld
transiits the reoiu'st for an arnislice
to the alli's there will be a diplomatIc
l'..ttle to winl. We 1111st not. unrideritake
anything that avors of llgolialionis.
The mililary muII:;t announlce the( con
dition of t1 suspinsion of aimis. One
Sinogle nian must. slw'ak--"oc."
('ard of Tiifhnksi.
Please all ow us i pae in the i'ol
umns01 of youri valuhiitbe li'er to thlank
fur . iti :tho '''.ihors for1 Io:'
richest bili'ssinies it tml (lie-4 on'' of
CECHESTE S PitLS
Stat 0 -m: (mirollune~o
u l iiil [ 11 i.~ icch . e.- bnot liii d ,'i t i
I .,,e c r'o i If' iii i'di I. Ha zild in'. iiic
No of i S'obuth11 i Caro l a 11 f i
est atf of Amnlda V. iilazle, diecf'nsedi,
fenfdants, I will sIll at pulitc noelionl
S. C'.. fil :4i0 dayin in NovfembercI, 1ll1N,
it bein. fli' ith fdiy 1 bhe mlonlh, Ill
inv, bhin ando si t' nealr W\atts
.\lilliIi vii llas in, Il th o ni of' I,: iren:.
andf Stti o nt' h 'i iia I oWL-n, fiompoitsedl
of liii I 'V lois, Ni' V :t aniil I, in
biloek ('. ii a ii itt' an:de bIt1. F. ien
nedy s ir t i . ltannary,~ai 1 1an
reorded(in th oe ii fmn the lh-r (of
'tird noraidIi line in 1lv fi ok I7.
pags C1'. . .a ! lt f u ig C r
Strie t ic n i :-it aiti rnning (Iho e .,
feete, bonl on the nor theb loreisNo'
to andY th', bllc i.o Jii''ieM byioe No.
enl0, I i block ' C, i on Ii pouthfl byl ('or.
flf '-free t and on sth e wet1 1N. Ift1'ti 0bs,
fa ms o0f'(ii l e: ~tI h tel-h ):f ofh palr
the moneiii'y to he l'('l inl hish a'nd o
tho payl tii' entire purchseftI moneyadin
0. G. Ti'lO.\IPSON,
nOct. 14, 1919 :Et.
LONDON S I ILL
Doesn't. ('onsider Note Ateepts Wit.
son's 'Trin Outright. surrender
Without C0ondillons )ennuided.
Lonidon's, Oct. 13.-While tile Lon
tonl public today seemed generally
disposedj to await ani authoritat ive
leadi before forniing definite opin
innl oi the Gerin reply to President
\\ ilson, expresisons of suspielol Of
rtn4iiany Were hea ird oil all sides.
"l'ne lulitiolal su1rrider" as tIhe al
li'd r )ponse 8eetned (1 lto be rapidly
1iunlg in poplrility with ti aver
m eitizen a the Ia ote was discustsed1 .
l1h text of thie Gernin reply to
i (r.! Ivent \\'ilson's note reached le
4iitih ore9;n o~l0 1ice ihis n iornin
t'' : l the liitils ininis r Ill The
I latgue. Foreign Soecretary lBalfouri
-n i Andrew l1onar laaw, Chancellor
of' tle excleqiier., 1111n1ediately left
wih it to Confer with liremier ~lAoyd
(e' rge, Who is spend:ng tihe week-end
in the conuntry.
At this juncture it is unlikely that
any responsi ie Iritisl minister will
make ally detailed discussion oi il th(
sitallioll arising froi (erilnay's re
ply to tle Ainerican reply.
The nexI step sents to be for the
presidtiii to consult with thitle alie:
for a gee rl' Cons -iderat ion of (lt,
On Ilie race of it the G(torn-n note,
:CL'4oding to .11n aut horitlaivt' setluce.
svctus14 to bi an1) nC pt anfti c 141o only of
Sii poini t of lit' riden's 1ierlala
ti4m in 11anuar )M also I f his sub
8::ol1 cni 4 t lm ilis. Il ma11. hus he
!-a.id to look as if the CwG .1rI ns linealni
ar(' tant~ice, but, of c.ourse-., as pjointed
outl, lle relll dlitpII ly is that 'Grmany
h:.- hithert14 o shlown :1 It n (It Is; regI rd
of, obli'ationls to spewak lit, truth1 or.
kep her word. Th4 phrasing of Ilie
note, it is he(ld, dloes not yet litake it
clear if the president's termiiis ar it .
cepted ouitrightl. or. are only regarded
's a basis for discussion.
The reply WIs rceived in London
too lte last Iight to become general
ly known olltsidte the thieat.r andl res
tau'ranlit seCtion, w(here at first glance
it w'as neceptcd as mlleanllin:( peace. Af
lei' its publicntion in 1.heo m))orlning
newspapers, howev'er, expressions of
StusIiCiOin Wri heard oil all sides.
lany searched the note for so0ne evi
tdence tha1t it Might be a rlse to save
'he German armllies from litter de
sItlction, Ilt most of the people ale
awaiting it all autoritative lead blefore
formlling a lefinite Opinion.
"Unconditional Surrenvider" is rapid
ygainling popularily withi the average't
1itizen) as a response to ile Grmti
dornimint, and miany wouhI not he
tat 4' .d with aithIl ngli , <- . This
feeling Is, accentuated by the G'ernian
atteluipt, to des-troy Cantbrai and the
r:'.zing of villautes bY theo enenty Iin
this gr 'at reteat 1 a s, we"Il 1. by It'
8ilking of iw I- i insted, 11a tll those b"
'(ant1age 4(ub) bte14 gined.)4
Thei rel('hy did4 not 84urlie sold~tirs
on) I furlough from .the)4 front. Of)ticers1
a4 knockou4i4t bilow and know's it and)4
44rom ' 44he w 'ek The ' churel4-4 ) er
4n'b, -<u efrn e o t1 e a
* w(''8 lj tI '4 l'ii ' In8 4 s104i8 13' i i i 1.
\'h4il)- e.ii* 4 n '). 4' g ~le ii 144l41 ! I
-01 1144 -'(n(itw of l'slen4) i \If I i' h4mI
rms' einsi~, 4'111t 141 1)4 rinc''iw ab.
n118 i t' int I ti di tcu sions here14 4 lit
('8 tert ofii Gra 44) r Itai and'I(111 iom
dombSion a44111 well 4'sit)4il' of Ie 1)054
'ount. I i' i s044 eit mented pon1tha
he advanci alli4 armlies8441 w ithu
'iies unconditi'(ona 4lly. 41 t. i
TeA f4hw 41441 141rn i, Iii pn'(. l and)
8 i i((i aln 84)e ite11 bullal ndt I'44u
'ii 4)41 a111,d'('lltMlt 14141 oTh s o 4 btll.
just seintoaydu.tr n s
corn tl r V alls W fm one' feeit.
A4110) flw dr4 a pie ire.y u o
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Aladdoln,, Oct. 8.-The association,
coll)oSed of Baptist churches of the
county, held a pleasant and Proflitable
session at New Prospect church here
mln October Ist and second. The next
meeting will be with Beaverdam, one
)f the oldest latIst churches in the
county, Sept. :10 and Oct 1, 1919.
All hearts were saddened when the
news came at Sunday school Sunday
that little Lucile. the bright little girl
of Mir. and Mrs. Tom Coleman, had
died Saurilay night of ilnluienza. She
was laid to rest in lleaverdam ceme
tery Sunday afternloon at 4 P1. M. ''he'
sympathy of us all goes out to that
The family of M.r. (Gus Chapiman is
sick with influenza. Wile trust that all
will soon be better. We nissed them
at Suiday school Sunday.
The trustees thought best to close
school here for a week at least, on
account of (Ito epidemic. The children
here have all gone to the cotton fleids
"to see how much they can pick". The
two little lads at our house, aged 11
and 10 years, are trying for 250 and
200 lbs today. Ir. T. L. Finley and
his crowd of little ones pick a bale
of cotton every two days.
Dr. Vincent says that is the safest
place for children these days. Out In
the open lields, hard at work. That
Ole proper thing for people to (1o these
days is to stay at hote yourself and
tell other folks to (10 he sanme. Cu t
Mrs. lh l Halley and children, of
Sedalia, were the wook-cild guests of
her iiother, Ars. H. C. Cunninghai,
and sister, Mrs. T. Ii. Finley. We were
glad to see Mrs. Dailey looking so well.
ItyaIn Martin and John Moore lind
gens, who have been at work in Nash
ville, arrived lionie Wednesday. They
will stay with hoiotlks until called
Mrs. .1. R. Finley spent Sunday with
her son, Percy V. Finley and family,
of Mt. Pleasant.
Mrs. J. A. Wofford Is Indebted to her
friend, Mrs. J. F. Tolbert, for a line
iless of Okra which was greatly en
MeOL\;srs. Powers, 'i'loimiason and .\lan
ell Owings spwoke at Rocky Sprin'gs
(olored) h1apist Chiurch Sn mbdity morn
in g. There was a miinorial in meni
ory of D. McDaniel, one of the leading
nietihers of that. church.
ThE NEW CALO MEL FINE
FOR COLDS AND UNIPPE
Physicians and druggists have at
last found a (wiclk and dependable rem
edyi for cowds, influenza. and grippo.
one Calotab on tle tongue at bed tine
witl a swallow of water-that's all.
Next moniing Nour cold has vaisilhed
and your ,iver an0 cutiimt syotem are
puriiled "nel refreshed withott the
slighiesit i-ai!easantness or Intorfer
ence %ii ap it e It, dic. o.' work.
Doctors have a;ways contended that
caloincl Is tij best medicino for cot1as,
bronh is 40( l ag-OIe"f antd the first
niedliclle -' given inl pieuinionia
and acute evr.;. The new caloinel,
Ca lot absi, I.4 'ied and relincl r->m
itil of the ek a tyand diin1gololtt. ef
feels and with the 11 edil i virtc.-ues
Calota lare Sold only ill original
'I-tIl p1akmae riiC 35. p2 Yomr drug
gist recoiinmends and gtaranteo's them
and will refund your' money if yout
a ( ot (Ieilf ed.-adiv.
CORSETS Clardv & HOSIERY
Corsets Work or Fight Sale and
at Wo rFg t ae Children's
Sale Flosiery at
Prices N owin ull last Saie Piices
DO IT NOW. BUY TODAY YOUR DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING, SHOES, OVERCOATS, WORK SHI RTS
AND UNDERWEAR, WHILE YOU CAN BUY AT
FACTORY PRICES. TELL YOUR FRIENDS ABOUT
CLA RDY & WILSON'S "WORK OR FIGHT SALE."
Coats, Dresses, Wool Dress Goods, Silk;, and Ladies' and Children's
Ladies' Good Warm Coats Wool Dress Goods Riverside Cheviott
$14.95, $16.95, $19.95 and Serges, Poplins and Broad Cloth. 25 pieces cheviott shirtings,
$24.95. $2.00 broad cloth $1.69yd 29c. the yard
Ladies' Serge Skirts--------$1.4.5 yd
Ladie' Sege Sirts$1.50 serge - ---- $1.29 yd RvriePad
Black and navy, $8.45,$9.95 One lot serge 95 yd 25 ieside P la s
and $12.45.______________peecotnce saloor
25c. the yard
Plaid Silk Wkirts Dress Ginghams
$8.45, $9.95 and $12.45 One lot 30-cent dress girghams, Ladies' Underwear
$2.0022c. the yard $1.25 Vests ydnd Pants - 95c
This ssease.'s styles Messa-$
line and Taffeta,_O14.95, Dress Ging m 75 69C
$19.95, $21.95 and lot 3-cent dress gigham, Knit coiset cers 45c
Plaid25c. the yard hildren'skuirtsuits
Overcoats, Pants, Work Shirts, Wool Top Shirts, Overalls, Men's and
Thsesn's Overls Me'MessaOecot-Mns at
$199,$1.9 andpics 249 299 34
- -~ ~ -----~- MRi'eRiided Uhevihirt
Mer'~Woo 25 Sipsie's Sev te hrts ,
$L 3 $249 ad $299 9 cen th garent 29,c$.99 e yar
25 ieencodo c e ns, Lar
SodratsPns WWohrtWorkpSit, vrls Mes anld
B en' T Wool Buy Shirt.