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Three Officers of tho 871st Infantry,
includig Late Lieut. Lake, Receive
Distinguished Service Medals.
Friends of Capt. W. it. Richey, Jr.,
Lieut. James C. Todd and the lite
Lieut. Thos D. Lake will be gratified
to learn that all three of these oll
cers, members of the 371st Infantry,
have been cited for meritorious con
duct in battle by their superior of1l
crt;. VCapt. Ric hey and ULeut. Todd
are now at home, having recently re
ceived their discharges, while the fate
of the late Lieut. Lake Is already -well
known, he having been killed in action
The following are the orders issued
by the Comantl idiing officers:
"Recounendation for citation for
DistiNguished Service Cross. Captain
Willitai It. Ildehey, Jr., 371st Infantry.
U. S. Gassc on Set. 29th, 1918 near
Ardeuil, France, he nevertheless re
inaied in commaiad of his company
and with utter disregard of personal
danger led it in the attack taking a
Geirman conxon and seven prisoners
and was not evacuated until complete
ly exhausted on Sept. 30th. 1918. Near
est relative, W. It. Itiehey, Sr., Lau
vems. 6. C.
"P. Lj. Miles.
"olonel. 371st Infantry."
"llecomnmendation for citation for
Ditinuguiske4 Service Cross. F'irst
NAeutenant nmnes C. Todd, 371st In
fantyv, V. S. Gassed early in the ac
tieoa of Sept. 29th, 1918 near Ardeuil.
Fmaec, he .entinued in the advance
in comaan4 of his platoon for two
days throudt violent artillery and ma
cb4in! gun ire. Later, when his cap
tain wak evacuated, he took command
of his cerapany, displaying judgment:
and fortitudn in handling his men. lie
wns forced to be evacuated on October,
2nd, 1918. due to illness brought on
4w gau and exposure. Nearest rela
live. J. W. Todd, Laturens. S. C.
"P. L. Miles.
"Colonel. 371st lui'aitry."
The following recommiendation for
citation for anllant conduet in Illh
'Ciamipague offenisive of Septellber
28th. to October (li. 1918, wias male
by me em Oct oher 10, 1918:
".First ieti. Thomas9 D. Lake, .lI.,
'71st Infaitry. Recommeii(ition for
citaition for Distinguished Service
"'i oicer, seconid in coilallfnd,
was in battle with his company at. 1111
18S, Sept. 28, 1918. lIe showed great
courage and ability. lie was again
under very heavy artillery fire 'in the
meadow near .lhissy Farm on the af
ternoon of Sopt. 29th. That. night he
led a patrol to the enemy lines with
wonderful cool ness and disregard of
personal dan-ger and was an ispir'a
1 to01 o the entire coin 1y. Thi I f
tim.'4 'a killed in action on the morn
ig '4 Sept. 20. 1918 in the mleadow
nar1:1. Alin (GrCe'k narca' the village of
Minimiva iile advancing witi il
"'lajor, :'71st Infantryv,
"'Comndg. 1st lHn."'
Danylightf Ma ving lain Starmts Minr ccl :w
Washington, \larch:l 15.---T'io imake ('I
feetive the" daylighit saving law. D)iree
or-Goneral ii ines today lnstruct ed
ra!iilroads~ to turn ti heir clocks ahead
oehou r at 2 a. m., Snunlay, Marchl
20r h. Tr':ain' will run on the new
schedule thereafter', butt wiill be held
only at torminals. While on the roadI
thiey will not stop foir an bour' to make :
up the diflferenmces ini timem. E'ach railI
road will b~e called on to ''properly f
safegumard nmovemenit of its trains on m
the road at thme imne of -the change."
C'locks tw ii l bemovedt back an hour i
at ? a. in. on lhe last S'unday in 0"
I am still selling the
With an~d Without
See me ldefore buying.
Also handled by
Laurens Gin &
Lanren- - . F C
* Local and Personal Mention. *
* , . 0 0 0 9 e 0 S S e S S S
H-. W. Dominick, Esq., of Chappells,
was a visitor in the city yesterday.
Mr. G. L. Houk, former principal of
the schools here but now with the
Marines at Parris Island, is spending
a -few days in the city with friends.
Mr. Houk says that he likes the ina
rines alright, but he would rather be
out now that the war is over.
Mr. C. C. Wharton, of Greenwood,
came over yesterday to see what pro
gress is being i.ade on the store-room
which he is having fitted up in the
hotel block for the new clothing storn.
le was accompanied over by Messrs.
ennie TPoibert and WIlliam .Ja, both
of whoer nave rec(ntly returned Irom
\li:;s Franes Thames had us her
i-uest at the GilkQrson House last
night, her brother, Mr. R. (I. Thamnes,
and her cousin, Air. Frank Massey,
both of Iiiinlgham, Ala. Mr. Thame"
is the president of a large wholesale
Iluimbet' concern in llirmingham and
Mr. Massey is one of its repres;enta
lives on the road.
Mr. lloward C. Smith, who has been
making a soil survey of the county,
left yesterday for Greenville, where he
will be engaged in similar work for
the next few months. The many
frie'lds that he las miade since he has
been here regret to see him leave, es
pecially as he has shown a great deal
of interest In .public matters while
here, having made several addresses
of an entertaining and profitable na
While You Sleep
No headac ie, biliousness, up
set sto ach or constipa
Spend l0 e nts--feel "-Iranld! To
night take Ca. calets t/liven your It
ver antd clean !your ,tewels. SFtop the
hevadachles, biliotys spells, sourniess,
gases, coated tongue, had breath, sal
lowiess and constipation--Take Cas
and enjoy the nicest, gentlest
"inside eleansing"'you ever experinen
eved. W-ake up feeling tine. Cascarets
is best cathartic for childrei. Taste
like Candy. No disappointiment! Thir
iy million boxes of this harmless,
famous cathartic are sold each year
Staple is M-temoved.
The family of Mr. W. P. Iludgens
received a telegram fit om him in lPhil
adelphia yesterday statilg that ll
staple which he swallowed abotit ten
days ago had beeli sue('ssfully re
mtt Oed an(1 that he will return homie in
a few days. The mitany friend.i of Mr.
ludgens, twho lave been very aixiouis
,)bout hiks coniditioni. we're ver-y muti'
-lated to learn that lie had been "utn
Huy 11 arlbi ingtonm 0t tau-.r
The John Y. Cat'!ington (ot ta ge, In
'':ted on Norlth li arpe r sttreet, h as r'e
iently been, SOld to Mri. W'. C. P.
Gobettson. whlo will take c harige on
January 1st. Mlr. and Mirs. Y. S. Gil
k erson andu Van cy, Jr'., are now (Ic
-upying the cottage but will give way
o Mr'. atnd NIr's. Rober'tson at the
R1ev. Sqires In 4clreetnsbore.
R~ev. C. T. SquIres, pastoi' of thbe
i'lrst Pt'esbyteian chut'ch, left Mont
lay morning for Greensboro, N. C..
v'here lhe will condlul i'evlval services
'or a week or motre. In his absence
he .pul1pit of the chturchii next Sunday
v ill be filledi by Rev. IDr. Thtot'nton
V'haling, of Columbia.
PRE-'f'f Luce4 I'P Mr,
DON'- KI'ovW WNA1' OtIs's
PRP.SS DAV J\' NtEP-ti
Flower Pots in all Aizes fr'om the
hu'y Iwo Inch pot for starting plants
tp to the lrefour gallon size. Prics
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amended he will vote against it.
"I was a pioneer in the movement
for a league," said Senator King.
"More than ten :--ars ago I toured
my State organzl:ing clubs favoring a
,world organization to insure peace.
Then, as now the people were for it.
They said that if there 1wns a panacea
for war, they wanted It. But swith
this concrete proposal before them
they are analyzing it and finding so
much in it that is dangerous and ob
jectionable, that they will insist on its
modification. Unless it is modified in
several particulars, I cannot vote for
Senator Jones (Wash.) emphatica!
ly declared that the American worker
will not agree to a Compact olening
the doors to Japaniese immigration.
"As I read the remarks of Viscount
Islii," said Senator Jones; "the (e
mand of Japan is that in the very con
stitution of the league there be in
scrtedi a provision which will obliter
ate our laws restrictive of immigra
tion from the Far East.
"The opponents of the league were
very wise when they denmanded that
the proposed compact be scrutinized
closely so that it should be rovealed
just what ::meAns. They predicted
that this a ation of immigration from
the Asiati iations would arise. The
supporters I the leagtue, however, In
sist that tk._ immigration ltws of the
United States -were purely domestic
and would not conic within the
league's jurisdiction. It would seem
Give us a trial ti
Suits and Overco
Dresses. Gives i
T. G. ELLI
If you are
in and loo
- yet we im
they were wrong in tbair estimate o0
"Should the league -be formed- with
out Japan and China and Russia, there
would be merely another great divi
sion of world powers.
"As a body, I believe American la
bor has been standing for the league,
but when it understands this immigra
tion matter I do not believe it will
support the proposal."
The 8rd Pioneers.
I am resLing now In Europe,
I was brought here by the draft;
For the war I've carried guns and
Which were a heavy graft.
While I was working in the dtmip
A-going on the rtun,
Many a shell was whistling by
Shot in by devilish Hun.
This ,went on for many a day,
Till papers they did sign,
That stopped the fiing on the front
Fom Verdun to the Rhine.
Now the war is over,
And I have done my bit;
So back to good old U. S. A.
Is where I want to get.
Alt.hough the war is over
And the shooting it did stop;
F'n battling with many a "cootie,"
That's going over the top.
Pyt. Luther Branilott,
3rd Pioneer Int.
See our display of White S1ountain
Iterrigorators. Sixteen sizes to- select
9. M. & E4. H1. WIAKES & 00.
IHELL & CO.
ien join our Club.
. We clean Men's
ats. Also Ladies
- Terms Cash.
If You A1
have "atmosphere' r
wearing quality is r
n workmanship a d
ni its unique value
a a steady customer i
k over this fine selec
rite you to come in a
N IIeatrtotions 0 iyniwtc, Parlo SO ut a.
Information has boon received from line to 80lct.'fro
lolumbia that all restrictions placed
)n the sale of dynamite and explo- Urnvs's Tateless chill Tonto
iives during the war have been, re- steo vitalty and emrgy by puiifying and e-%
,noved and fr rs niotoi ek- richiog the blood. Yof can soou feel i1 9tegh
rnvdadfarmers and otheors desir- steath
ing to purchase may do so now with- '4111119- lvAOrbt 9 Effet. r. .
Clemson Boys at Ilome. WANTED
Oi account of mid-term examin
Lions or some other affairs that made Live, Energetic HUSTLER as
it possible for 'boys to get away from Sale Agent forLaurensCounty
their studies, the following Clemson Hto control sub-agents for
students spent the week-on dat home large, strong Accident and
with their parents and friends: Health Insurance Company.
"Snipe" Dunlap, "Rat Snipe" Dun- Paying proposition to rigt
lap, "Kid" Fuller, "Nig" Wilkes, Nat man
WVullace, "Pug" Roper, "J. ." Lang- BISCHOF & COMPANY
ston, "Runt" Roper and visitor, Joe Y9 Me C. A. State Supt.
Rivers; "Otto" Martin, "co" Franks, Columbia, S. C.
Boe Bol" Armstrong. ___________________
L:ie, Enre* HUTERa
When the Soldier or Sailor Steps Out of
Uncle Sam's SeIvice Into Mfoter Co.'s
He is greeted b( selection~~
as broad as his'~houldersngd as
fresh and earl$ as t~i cock Reveille.
He sees Colat,' , 6 vie for
beauty with Iu reaa-punseas
he saw "on the way over"
ai d Cuts that are as easy to
look at as the Statue of
L'iberty was "1on the way back."
He views Patterns as spruce /
as Pershing, as Handsome as
Haig and as Foxy as Foch-eand
Weaves as suave as Woodrow, as
smart as Wilson and as solid
All these at one set of fair,
We pride ourselves on our
Laurens, S. C.
me of '
tone--re distinction. And
h' -grade material that give
ye want to urge. you to drop
tion. If you don't know us
nd get acquainted. -