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VOLUME XXXIV. LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1918. NUMBER 1&
Dardanelles and Bosphoru
Allies to Black Sea and
lied Forces. Allied W;
London, Nov. 1.-The terms of t*he
armistice granted by the allied pow
era to Turkey follow:
"'First---The opening of the Darda
nelles and the Bosphoirous and access
to the Black Ser. Allied occupation of
the Dardanelles and llosphorous fort.is.
"Second--The iositi-ns of 11 mine
-felds, torpedo tuben and other ob
structtons iu Tturkish waters are to he
indicated. n.nd arsistance given to
sweep or reVmove them, a, may be re
"Thilrd--All avallable information
concernihrg mines in the Black sea ir
to be coimmuniciated.
-"Fourth-All allied prisoners of war
and Armenian hiterned persons and
prisoners are to be collected in Con
stantinoIle and handed -over uncon
ditionally to the allies.
"Fifth-mmediate demiobilization of
the Turkish army except such troops
as are required for surveillance on the
frontiers and for the maintenance of
internal order. The number of effec
tives and their disposition to be de
termined later by the allies after con
sultation with the Turkiah govern
"Sixth-The surirender of all war
vessels in Turkish waters or waters
occupied by Turkey. These ships will
be interned in such Turkish 1)ot. or
ports an may be diirected, except such
small vessels as are required for p)o
lice and simi lar- inposes in Turkis.h
"Seventh--The allies to have the
iR'Mt to occupy anly strategic points in
the event of any situation arisin
s Open, With Access for
Occupation of All by Al
ir Prisoners and Armen
which threatens the security of the
"Eighth--Free use by allied f.h i
of all ports and anchors now In Turk
Ish occupation and deni. of the'r use
by the enemy. Similar conditions are
to aplfy to Turkish mercantile ship
ping in Turkish waters for the pur
pose" of trade and the demobilization
of the army.
"Ninth--Allied occupation of the
Taurus tunnel system.
"Tenth-Innediate withdrawal of
Turikish troops from Northern Persia
to behind the pre-war frontier already
has been ordered and will )e carried
"E.leventh-A part of Trans-Cau
casla already has been ordered to be
evacuated by Turkish troops. The re
mainder to be evacuated if required by
the allicn, after thef have studied the
"Twelfth-Wireless, telegraph and
cable stations to be controlled by the
allies. Turkish govermnent messages
to be excepted.
"Thirtea'nth-Prohibition aga!nst the
deat ruction of any naval, military or
"Fourteenth-Facilities are to be giv
en for the purchase of coal, oil, fuel
and naval material from Turkish
sources, after the requirements of the
country have been met. 'None of the
above materials are to be exported."
"Fifteenth-The surrender of all
Turkish otlie5ers in Tripolitania and
Cyrenaic a to the nearest Italian gar
ri::on. Turkey agrees to stop .'upplies
kand communication with tlheSe olicer.s
if they do not obey the order to sur
"Sixtecenth-The surrender of all
garrisons in liedjaz, Assir, Yomen, Sy
ria and Mesopotamia to the nearest Al
lied commander. and witntlawal of
Turkish troops from Ci!ien. execpt
those necessary to maintain order, as
will be determined under Clause S-x.
"Seventeenth-The use of all ships
and i.:lmir facilities at Turkish ports
"Eighteenth-The surrender of all
ports occipied Iin Tripolitania and
"Iyrenaica including Misurata, to Ahe
nearest Allied garrison.
"Nincteenth-All Germans and Aus
trians, naval, military or elvillan to be
evacuiated within one month, from
rurkisih dominions, and those in re
mote dlitrilcts as soon after that tume
as may he possible.
"Twentieth--Compliance with such
orders as !nay bc conveyed for the di'
posal of e'uliuneent, arms ana ammu ni
tions including the transpori. of that
portion of the To'rkish army which is
demobih mider Clause Five.
"TwentO-first--An Allied reprcsen
tative to Le attached to the Tatrkis'm
ministry of supplies -in order to safe
guard Allied interests. This repre
sentative to be furnished with all aid
necessary for this purpose.
are to be kept at the disposal of the
Allied powers. The release of Turk
ish civilian prisoners and prisoners ov
er military age is to be considered.
"Twenty-1hird--An obligation on the
part of Turkey to cease all relations
withP the central powIers.
"Twenty-fourili-In case of disor
der in the six Armenian vilayets the
.l les reoerve to themselves the right.
to oecitiy any part of them.
Twcnt y-.ifth - Ilost ilities between
he Allies and Turkey shall cese from
noon. !0oc-11 time, Thu rday, the .1st, of
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FOR T. E. PEDE'N
Irst Janrens County Holdier to Fall
in Action Ionored by Crny Court.
Glray Court, Ozt. 29.-A handsome
narble mcmor'ial tablet is this wec'
icing erected in the Presbyterian
temietery to the memory of Thlomas
Crugene Peden, son of Mr. and Mrs.
1. T. Peden, who was the first 1aurens,
:otuty man to fall in action in France.
Young Peden, who spent all of hisI
ife here, was not only the first 12au
eenr county man to make the supreme
mcrifice, but also was the first fro:n
his; county to go "over there". Ile
mlisted at Greenville on April 15,
1917, and spent several weeks on the
Mexican border. Fr-m there lie went
rirectly across and was with the first.
American troops to set foot on lau
ropean soil. A number of letters were
received from him, tellin;g of the dif
rerent engagements his company had
tak-n part In until M\ay 29, when he
wis mortally Wounded.
Thomans Eugene Peden was 2
years of age, and a young man of
more than ordinary popularity. Fro;a
early childhood lhe had displayed such
unselfish qualities as to make him a
universal favorite, and there was keen
regret felt by thousands when the
news of his sad end reached here. le I
was a member of the Presbyterian
chureh and also of the local camp,
WVOO(dlmln of the World.
Orea'(.y 1tencfit4d by (Iamlerla in's
"I al thankful for the good I have
received by using Chaiberlain's Tab
lets. About two years ago whei I be
gan taking them I was suffering a
great deal from distress after (ating,
and from headache and a tired, lan
guld feelin;t' due to indigestionand a
lorpid liver. Chambe'rlain's Tahlets
corrected these disorders in a short
tiie. and since taking two bottles of
th1m my lhe:; ith has been good," writes
\rs M. 1. I Iarwood. Auburn, N. Y.
L ANFIm) NEWS.
Lanfor-d, Nov. 4.---The regular service
Lfld Sunday schools asvembled once
nore inl thei r usual plaecs and all were
io glad and thankful to God for spar
.g our lives antd permitting the privi
Age of meeting again to sing and
>raise his IHoly Name. The S. S. re
)o)rt showed that, tihe contributions
'crc not forgotten it amounting to
.omet.hing over twenty dollars. Five
tollara were sent fromi overseas by
meC of our faithful boys, Taliage Pat
'ron, who still thinks of us and asks
n interest in our prayers.
We ha ithe formal opening of our
siciool Monday morning, with a large
nuni I:ber of patrons and pipils pres
at to show to 0111 teachers our interest
in thcir work and extend them wel
come and our hearty co-operation.
Miss Virginia 13:Irksdale, of Laurens,
made a favorable Impression on all
and% we liope for her a successful
school term. She Is a graduate of G.
W. C. and that alone will warrant her
comil pet.ency. Miss Mason Is a grad
unte of l)ue West. Our last teacher,
Miss Sara Nance, was from the same
institution, and her elliciency and
thorough work gives to Miss Mlson a
good recommendation. Takling all to
gether we see no reason why we should
not have the best school in the county.
Mrs. Willie Fowler and daughters,
.\rli. T. A. l)rummond and family and
.Miss ary Fowler have just returned
home from a delightful ti) In the
mountains of western North Carolina,
visiting Asheville, lilendersonville,
Chimney Rock and other places of in
The Strong Withstand the Heat of
Summer Better Than tile Weak
Old people who are feeble and younger people
who are wenk, will be Strengthened end enabled te
ito through the depressing heat of nu:nmwr ry tak
ing GROVE'S TASTElESSch ill'YONIC. It purilks,
and curlches the blood and builds up t ie wholie sy
tem. You can soon feel its Strengthening, Iuvilor
'reAl, returnIng by w.ay of Greenville
lid spendin g av.hile with .\l Charle
Irimmrond and family.
.\r. and Mrs. II. F. Ferguson, cf
partanlburg, anld Mirs.. Lou Fer'gusulp
nid little Mary 1,ou. of L.uren1, wem
he guest:; of .\lr. .1. S. li ggins I a.:
lises Carrye Lou lii ggin::, lIe- !
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Ight ful visit. and (harmed with Co
Mi!- Iselte Pal terson and Mis. Ofhe!
o .lolson, were th2' guests of Mh'
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Airs. W. D). Pattern-on. TAhoy report
me o^ the he'"war I Im " ('i: 10:
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A child simply will not stop play
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