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S -I: V i('1- 1' . 31. 1, . . .
3nk. liiticI fi i ort ot I'is imne u-s Ih
lie. Somna 31 tie l Jill e, lin1t it
T rit I to liesplo t o -:al r (u'll amI
'I'n'"k of \rmy,.
Net wfork., flay r.- ( ora(e \\'.,'e
kcin . rirman of the finance volmit
t'tf'h V..\. C'.:A. made. public here
toni::ht hi; ofilcial report ats Itivesti :m
tot' ito the ellivienc(y and selrvice of
the ot alanization overceas.
Ile w'ent abroadl with 3lottinier L.
SchlitY. 1'. S. Ih'o'ktnan and Johni It,
lhall w 1i n ctrificisml of the Y'. .\. C. .
wa it. mVoiced in this iiletintry anid
return. I to make his ret'ort last week.
"T1h ' V. .1. C. A. uncloubtedlly mna~l:
inistak." .\ Mr. l'er~kins sai~i. "bult what
it trieel to dio was to re(sponnd to every
call th tthe atrmy madte ont it. It dlic
not si1le s;tel any task that it was
ind:i in the care with Which men
and "tel 1 l 1 V. \1. '. A. workers were
seltert " for, overseas work. 31 r. Pr
kin; r; iortil I hat o of01:( 150,000 can
tldk *. .0m were1(1l, , sifte0<111u amd e(n
sid, rt '1 New York i*it finally only
I .-2 ''re sent to IEIrotte. Iist month
It ,"r amization hadl in 1-:nirop~e .
0111 antl 2.o7 wmen workers.
'Th-lite Y. 31. ('. A. Workers as a
who"i wre brtave and unseltish is
shomv bI ,y the fact thatl I I secret aries
w'rI' killed alii 12 I otIir's were
wounll.' he (leclared.
ihr:.':lines tle chate of proliterin,
in ;O.;i s Nilr. 'erkins' report said:
' "On day we coul get sitjipplies sent
on a :.oiv'rImll ent boat without frleightI
char,_,- . The next <day the only Way
to s,-nid them was to pay almost as
nocIh1 freight as the goods cost. It will
he readily seen that it was almost im
plos1i' to arrive at anything like an
LOOK AT A CHILD'S
TONGUE WHEN CROSS,
FEVERISH AND SICK
litke n etln es! iolt e p oi ons 'rom
liler amld owels a ' once.
.II he'rs Ca1 rest ily.ter giving
"(a .I ,rtikt orui I' is'' hcerause in
t" : i hours all thet clo ggeri-u wa t ste,
Solt' 1 :toa l fcrantnting foots :;,ntly'
M11 e What of tIle homws. and yo i have
a w ..plyfull chid aglain. C'hileirent
Siin,:y will not take hll, tile frmit
pay1> 't e'mpty their howels. and they
bes 11 tightly ; tacked. liver Uets
1! .-t h anl s01 nnich disordered.
\\ VIIn I r s.2 e ish. t's l1s1, Ite if
Ion- ibo is :atedl. (henl give thi n .
i I "trui laxat ive." Chiir n bve
it. anli it cnn not cause injury. No dif
foreno what nil.. your little onle-if
full of eold, or a sore broat, diarrhoea,
stonma-h-ache. had breath, remtember.
a g.nte nide vehinsing" should al
ways" h," the first treatmlent givenl. Puall
dir. ttion,4 for hableis. chibdren of all
ages ands 1_rown'1-up1s art' printed on
lawar r ocount feit fi -yrups.
Mk our druzei-t for a bot tle of
"Cat .forni~tia Strup of P iv,;- then' 11ool
'1ar, -y ,nd ' that it is madIe h'C
' e a Il flti'n l I l :vAy ru ('on n~:11\
\'' m h io Ilank h:"'k
j ~ ~ neluding ~
1 yl and His Band
C-rit Musicl agan
P imwa Donna Contralto
Cuip String Quartet I
SGov't Ownership of
~~ Railways I
S6 Great Lectures
SEASON TICKETS $2.50)
MMfA _ $%
:averag,; co-t price at which to sell
"Th' Y. M. C. A. never solicited
money for he purpose of giving away
its c'nt celi supplies. The statement
ltis been freiiently made that the Y.
\. (' .A. chargd higher prices for can
Ieen supplies than the army dlid. This
was tie at certain periods when the
cost of transportation was exceeding
1Y high and whene it was Impossible to
'leterinine costs accurately. But the
final results of the Y. M. C. A. can
Iteen service will show a suhstantial
"The Y'. Al. C. A. handled in France
alone ipwar ds of 2,000.000 packages of
cialetI es, :32,000.000 bars of chocolate,
15.00).000 eans of smoking tobacco, 50,
i100.000 (igars, (0,100,000 cans of jam,
2!.000,000 packages of chewing gum
and 10.0000)00 packages of candy.
"'T'hese are only a few of the items
handled but the size of these figures
should convince any one that it would
he financially impossible for the Y. 3l.
C. .\. to give its supplies away genl
era Ily. Furlthermore. the army does
not favor any such policy.
"On Mareh 1 of this year, the Y. M.
C. A. had in use in France 557 build
ilg;s elect ed -by Itself, ,9(I Indei' lease
and 7N"2 ('ilfers In tents and army
buildings. More than 2.250.1000 athletic
articles were given to soldiers inl91 S
ani d 1919."
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.JONES NEWS. *
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.Jones. May 1.-Mrs. E. E. Martin
and sons. Frank. Wi. and Eugene, of
Monticello, are visiting the former's
parenlts, 1i'. and Mrs. W. T. .Jones.
\\'e extend congratulations to Mr.
\ilier' ''urner and liss Pearl 1lavey
and Mr. Enos llagwell and Mi s \W'hit
mn,n whoit were r~ecently married.
.\r. John Glrahamt, of Dillon. is visit
in ' relatives and friends here.
'Thie writer, aeromptanied by his
dlaunh tir. lrs G.G. L. G irahaim and son.
Frank. vispledl flit city of Greenwood
\\" rcenly hal the ipleasure of
me'in g ri war11m friends, M1". and
.\rs. C. 1'. Sim ns. of Gre'enville. and
Mts. W. C. Itasor, of Cross lill.
Stlwir'visor I lhiilges has worked the
road to liasoi''s ltriige and when Su
p" rvisor Watts works tle Lan lens side
iie wil haev-. a splendlid road that will
to, al tr at convenieince to the public.
We hadl the leastllire of having l're
.'idiinl Eletr I ltnard of Anderson,
traih a very forceful and comfort
itte silrmtoli a the iularterly ineeling
at Nia 'hale-o'.
\\e' jalsed~t thrtough1 1lrewerton, 111.
Itthtit . 'h''untt lin' Shoals and Prine -
oun 1- '' wie.k and found thefarmers
-otn las;t us",k and found th~e farmers
T'hl l many t'ri'enls of Julge .los~ ,:t 'I.
.l~hnsonl Of S: ar'anhullr:;, WOI.be( pa;inled
to hear that he pas.d,eil .,way 1,nl Ihe
"t: in-t. Ili ;t ar ~ lI b ?r n t nd e. red( at
l'ret 't nt. L:Hirensi enantvilll. antd wias
behil in thei' hiihe'st istei..mi by aill of
ab'IX' 'uitancesI as tenher lawyItr.
Iteman ialiir ie:% Iot achtiievted m
nri t uati on, c ht 'ile c wre our1
hooima'. Iandt lief'sont redan
'''minth 'mo thendretit woi'hi'ii
rYlu do' aveH l torn tr irrn
iln V rliflT111
elin itor musloescio pain the
muany twing, lae back youell f-aier
aTwrmsoohncic o ce
-thougr af th linn coul pZukuftew
Weon' sane e teatyIn scays:n us
Whast no the ineappling ureo the
miveplu ick<bd n resaltyh are bottl
means ebo'n omy.r Yors wnorn
o the (Itirary he itr etnttodarn
udhcd of meit m $n.2t0.aerik
of bluff as under the old rule of the
"The governmnent's proclamations
and speeches are only bad copies of
I the kaiser's time. The whole press
resounds in pritests and has started
a campaign of incitement against the
allies, couched in violent language. It
is agitating for refusal to sign the
treaty and for what use? Ad must
know that the allies, by keeping up
the blockade and occupying the coal
districts, can force Germany to sign
whatever they want.
"Tito allies have been threatened
that Germany would Join the Bolshe
viki. But that would be'suicidal. The
only way to rescue the country is by
openness and honesty. The revolution
has been a grpat disappointment.
"Germny should have sent miien
who would have laid their cards on
the table and got the allies to under
stand that sonic of the conditions were
muacceptable. If Germany showed its
".mvl will to do wlhit is in its power
to comply 'with the allies' requests, the
allies would see that conditions were
changed in favor of Germany because
they know there must -be a Germany
and that it is impossible to destroy
the German people."
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