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Says Lahor Leader Stalbilized World's
Workers. ielped to Win War.
New York, April 12.--Samuel Goin
pers was eulogized here today by
Former President Taft as the man who
lin 1917 had 'stabilized" the workers
of the world and helped win the war
wlhen German propagandists had di
vided the ranks of labor abroad and
Were Sehemii ng to brilng about a ne
S hpekin" at a Iuncheon given by the
Natio2:1 C! \i Fedleratioll to the presi
dent . t h Amliericani Federation of
Laber and his four colleagues oin tie
Ami an I liaor mission, who have
just ?. turned from fihe peace confer
enlef. \v. Taft said he t wished to pay
hi-k spteets to "Ittlioni labor leaders
who :avo achieved a grt'at thing not
Only for org-anized labor buit for the
allits and toward the winning of the
\ir. Taft declared a great responsi
bility tow rested on organized Iahor
and capital to avert the spread of "in
siditris anld destrictive" aniarehistic
doctrins from abroad. Ile advolated
o(li ctive ba rga i ning" antid said his
CN(rieInce 111s a n memlber of the war
labhor boa rd had con vinlced him 1hat the
worke'rs have a right to sit In council
will eidw!oyers and discuss such ques
tions as production, costs, wages and
' t urs of, labor.
". must all. --capitalists ad work
A .nd tilie people hetween --Awelconie
and eniourage that part of labor which
haI a stnse of responsihility for the
gaVt rainment for the cointry," he as
Th day of individual bar gaining,
Mr. Taft declared, has passed and col
ltt'b. a rgaining. le believed. repre
-eInl( I it coning of tile ind:strial
demno t1acy. 1it, adith-f d it wmlihd nol
4nid ~ tovers but said it was a stop
towalni mtitual uiderstanding and in
ihtri:al peace. -3
M:-. GomiwrIs told how ilt' five Almer
jean b -gates to the Paris conftrenee
had 'u ihi t at :15 "grinding daily sos
sitni ., trom thlr to seven hours each
t 1; , lid h eal of lenocracy and,14.
h : e nt and persitat ion. finially
wn ta mau ity i of tle!ir 88 rt'eign von
f I. -,o thtir' point of view."
ing to tihe threatened spread
of ' 'htevismll. Mr. Gompers said it
remintlded lhim of the Bible story of
lind lamlnsoi het.ween tle pillars of
tlie lemple. bring down to death and
tlestrcu 1ion all within the striueture.
In use for ov er.10 years!
Thousandsui of voluntlary
letters frcm wonten, tel!
tig of i c good Cardui
has donc ..icm. This Is
the best ptu if of thec value
of Carduti. It proves that
Cardui is a good medicine
There are no hiarmufu or
habit - forming drugs In
Cardui. It is composed
only of mild, medicinal
1:rdet, withm no bad
The Woman's Tonic
You can rely on Cardul.
Surely It wIll do for you
what it has done for so
rnany thousands of other
womenl It should help.
"1 was taken sick,
seemed to be . ..
writes Mrs. Mary E.Veste,
of Madison Iheights, Va.
"I got down so weak,
could hardly walk...
just staggered around.
. . . I read of Cardul,
and after taking one bot
tie, or before taking quito
all, I felt miuchi better, I
took 3 or 4 bottlcs at
that time, and was able to
do my work. I take It ini
the spring whlen rtin
down. I had no appetite,
f and I commtiencedi eatintg.
'fIt is the best loiii Iever
saw." 'Try Cardai.
OF WAR MURD.ERED
Herr Neuring Drugged Froi Minilstry,
Beaten, TlIrown Into River, Then
Shot. Killed While Trying to Swim
to the Shore.
Copenhagen, April 13.--lierr Neur
lig, war niister in the government
of Saxony, was killed at )resden yes
ter(day by dlisgriulled soldiers to whom1
the minister had refusedt a hearing.
The- war ministry was stormed by
dellionstrallors who dragged out. I0lerr
Neuring and throw ilm into the Plba,
where he was shot and killed as lie
tried to swinm to the bank.
Wounded pailents inl the Dresden
hospitals. say the Desdren dispatch.
detailing the occur-raince, collected il
lie miorn i. In the theatie smiuare to
plot est against an order issued by Ilerr
I Neuiing to tie cffect that the wounded
in fiture should receive oily p'ace
tine pay. Five or six h1und11rd muon
foriled a procession to IIIe va i mlinlis
try and sent a deputation to see the
minlister .who refu1seid, however to re
'poll this tho crowd, inlcited by
(oilllll nist1c speakers, stormed thlie
entrantce to he building. The sen
tries used their wealpons but were ov
er'powei'd. Government troops were
sut1illoned lit they declared they
vol(d not attack Ithe crowd and mavrch
ed off after suretiidering their artis.
An excIted crowd meanwhile h4l
thron ged tlie stiare in fron t of tlie
building and machivne guns posted at
variouis points were tiriing on the mint
i.; ry. At fourt o'clock in the after
noon the deionstIrators had forced
their way inito the maini huiiling, fol
lowed IIe war imin iste4r to the upler
story. where he had tied aInd drati-ge4d
him into the street.
After 1th4 ministeor hadl heen severe
ly miia,11i'ated by 1 1he cr1wimd lis was
h11r.b-01 froinl Ihe br'idgeo into the rive.r.
\\'l l he t rid to swimi (4) It le hanik
the de'monstraors fired at him and
vithin a tew mrloinils he disiappea.d1
ndet' th water.
Tlhere's Only One (Genuine (irn-1Pe'el
Thire's only (1114 happy way to get
rid of any corn or (al.lu, and that's
the plainlless-peel-off way. "Gets-It"
is the only corn remei idy is Ile world
that (ot's it that w Y- -effectively,
thor'oulghly. Why et don oil the
2o nio tha t rub k 114 sliky
nu d'a rm k i v's :ti .isor
lt it t In ; ptitl f that cornpalr
hri. aru t h it' all.'i "( -s-I" d e
hool 5ar .orur' Ih-' ti re 'o
i It''.Il neve in;ils.
-n nrein v Ir tr Iny s r
but (t.a 1ib t a y d n
TIi , b .x r . I myn nt ii o.,
wt; JrV laiiW\it 8It i'ii [Ol'. Arlli)
\it Ml i i'ix(iliietI \ I Irepo ilc' ittt1( f1
iiii thiatri''a. dl v te htsii
lthc iraa itt 5' t :t hom ii sinifoi
lowin fol 14) 7 iii'i ofi t ih asnn inni s ini
Ch'fe int Si r 4 :oh8 'rlionay < ouneil Ir
was li rohiinn i'ni1 t' ower'I . A rmedt' i
hadst .- 1torm' 1(ttheploice s4) ation, u
eralotlcial ashostges Thecom
muist weeaie.v h busa
holsevik ld r Ir. Ijeieno ho r
enly reurned frmIUssia.
JONES NEWS. *
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.ones, April I I.-Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Coker, of Glray Court, recently visited
the latter's parens, hIon. and Mrs. J. F.
Mrs. Lola Jones (ainie has returned
from an extended visit to her sister,
.Mrs. G. W. Jenkins, of Columbia.
Rlev. 'Wim. Buziardt, of Hodges,
preached a good sermon here on first
Messrs. Walter and Frank Jones at
tended the celebration in Columbia.
Our Sunday School ieets at - P. M.
and a cordial welcome awaits all who
lr. J. 11. McGee, of Du)e west, re
(ently visited his sister, Mrs. 10lls, of
Mr. W. It. Guy, master i mechinist
at Ware Shoals has rettirned to his
home at Bellon. lie and his family
were hel in the highest esteei by all
of the good people of Ware Shoals
aInd sL'tiroundl~ing counltry.
We recent(ly let Ithe following
friends: Iroadus Knlight, of Green
,ille; Andy M itchell, of 'rinceton;
William Leith, of I lodges: Evans Mc
I )aniel and Riay .\ndorson. or laurens;
E-Ix-Stenator* Gailes and lion. I'aul 1I
lis, of U iwood, and Ilenry Sims of
The fal o:-s art very busy making
preparatio for planting.
\l r. 3ac .\orrison has moved into
his new0 home.
Mr. Johnn ie Gralhaml and Townsend
brothers of Cokesbury were at Ware
.\ir. W. K. Carlisle is a very success
fi trIuck farmier.
We hoe ihe famners w-ill Ie true
to ilemselves and emit th aereage re
gardless of the criticism of1 I heir ene
D ri oit Vapor Oil Sloves work like
as no smoke, no odor, no dirt, one
gallon of oil Will brni inetle'l hours
-no wicks to give trouble, burner
parts all is east iron.
8. Al. & I'. H. WllaKl'8 & CO.
values and the
Their makers si
only clothes in
selves to make'
We have a big
Let us show yc
at kncwn pric
Clothes and yot
Statemnent of the
OWNERSHIIP, MANAGEMENT, O1R
Required by the Act of August 24, 1912.
Published weekly at Laurens, 'S. C.,
for April 1, 1919.
Editor, Alison Lee, Laurens, S. C.
iManaging Editor, Alison Lee, tLaurens,
lusiness Manager, .Arthur Lee, Lau
rens, S. C.
Publisher, Advertiser Pr'inting Co.,
Laurens, S. C.
Advertiser Printing Co., Laurens, S.
Arthur lice, Laurens, S. C.
Alison live, JAmurens, S. C.
Known 'bondholders, mortgagees,
and otier secirity holders, holding 1
per cent or more of tal amount of
bonds, mortgages, or other securities:
.Sworn to and subscribed before me
this loth day of April, 1919.
Lawrence C. Roff,
(My Commission expires at the
pleasure of the Governor.)
ALL CHILDREN LOVE
"SYRUP OF FIGS" FOR
LIVER AND BOWELS
Gin' it whenl feverish, cross, billous,
for had breath or sour stomach.
.ook at the onigue, Mother! If coat
pd. iH is a sure sign that your little
one's somuach. liver and bowels need
a pet ile, thorough Cleansing at Once.
Whenti peevish, Cross, listless, pale,
doesn't sleep. doesn't ,at atr act nati
rally. or is feverish, stomaci sour,
breaili had; has stomach-ache, sore
throat, diarrhoa, fill of cold, give a
teas ioon fill of "Californila Syrup of
Pi.s." and inl a feQw hours all tie four
conlstI ipated waste, undigested food and
sour bile gently moves out of Its lit
tle howels without griping, and you
have a well, ihayfuil child again.
Yott needn't coax sick children to
take this harmless "fruit laxative";
they love its delicious Naste, and it al
ways makes thet feel splendid.
Ask youtr druggist for a bottle of
"California Syrip of Figs", which has
directions for hables, clildreti of all
ages and for grown-iups ,plalnly oil the
hott e,. IHware of coitnierfei4s sold
hero. To be sire you get tile gentinte.
ask to see that it is umade by "Califor
nia i 'ii Syrup Company." liffuse any
other kind with contempt.
xceptionaI in qua
is to give every mar
~tyle in Styleplus Cki
>ecialize on clothes o
America mrade and s
takes place all over
the showing here in
assortment--n-all the i
ui the advantage that
e means to you.
i be the judge.
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hold Furnishin s of Al Descriptions.
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Imm diate Attention.
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Let me save you one-half cent a gallon
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I have gasoline coupon books that I will
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LAURENS, S. C.
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iew peace styles.
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