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Local and Personal Mention. *
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Mr. Beatty McLin has returned from
Bingham school in North Carolina.
Miss Perla Strouse, of C1lo, Is tho
guest of Mrs. T. C. Switzer this week.
Misses Blanche and Meta Shell have
returned home after a short visit in
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Clary and children,
of Atlanta, arc spending a few days
In the city.
Dr. W. i. Washington, who is now
located in Columbia, spent the week
end in the e'ty.
Miss Kathleen Betnil, of Union, is
the attractive guest of Miss Sara
Saxon this week.
.Niss lBernice Meng, who 14 attend
Ing Converse college, has returned
ionie for the summer.
Mmr. fielder -Minter has returned
from the Blue Ridge School for Boys
at Hendersonville, N. C.
Mrs. S. 11. Saxon and two daughters
leavo Thursday for Charleston, where
they will spend the summer.
Miss Maudle Mae Jessee has return
ed from Brennu college where she has
been studying the past session.
-Miss Lila Todd, who has been teach
Ing school during the past session, has
returned home for the summer.
Lieut. H1. M. Franks, of Charleston,
Is spending a few days in the city with
his mother, Mrs. W. II. Franks.
Miss D)ora llellais, of Greenville, is
visiting 'Miss Joscphine Knight at her
home a few miles from the city.
Mrs. B. E. Nichols and little child,
of H6rse Cave, Ky., are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. John Bolt oil Sitgreaves
Mr. John Wigginton, of Anderson,
came over Thursday night for the com
mencement exercises at the High
Messrs. Carlisle and Walker Holler,
students at Wofford, are at home with
their parents, Rev. and Mrs. 14. A.
Dr. J. M. Uearde'1 and Mr. W. E.
Ilawkins left Sunday for Indianapolis,
Ind., to attend the national Shrine
.r1'. IRoy Taylor and his mother, Mrs.
Goodwin, of Spartanbu rg, have been
spendling a few days in the city With
Mr. and Mirs. J. W. Ilolland, who
live nIear the old Lebanon Church in
Greenville outility, were visitors in the
<'apt. W. it. itichey and lion. It. S.
INhckw i'll left Saturday for Washing
tol. I). U'., Where they vill remain
.I Iss~ ('lat'idia anl lti'tiee (ray, of
Cray outt. and .\s 1 1attie I'ee Ilir
gc: (fGrer, wlere 'ITlong the visitors
Messr's. ii ('i i'y llenie t. Ilarry MiAl
Is1t and Eugene Power have retur'ned
to the city after a year's work at Eur
Miss Saora Saxon and vIsitr', Mnss
3llvt:il, ()f Ilnion, attended thle house
party at tit home of .rs. A. It. Ilenry
in \linon this week.
Mr'. andu .\lr'e. Jas. ititddle antd .\t's.
3i rs. (Geo. P. .Jenkins.
Mlisstes Maithia lirksdal,' and Jlo-.
septihie Kniight, whoi( have been at tend~
Ing Grteenvillet Womani's College, have
returned ('( home for' the summl ner.
Mr I. Nash Phil pot retur ined last wveek
from I riskine. lie brought with him a
hat 'lsomie goul imedalil aiwardedt' to (lie
be'st (oratori in t' iPreshiman ('lass.
-Mr. Shll McI aiehl. whio returned
from overseas some time ago andt whot
has just reent ly been d ischiar'ged, is
spending a short while here with
.\ ir. F. -Mar'ton St 't iz, of 1'riaddock,
Pa.. is yhudting friends in the city. Mr.
Stuttz was a miember of the 80th 1)1
vision and has just r'eet'ly received
hits discharge from the army.
'Mmr. and Mi's. W. C'. Adams, of Salu
da, spent the past weak with Mr. and
Mm's. L, L. Moor'e, Mt's. Adams being a
sister of Mrs. Moor'e. Mrt. Adlams has
just recettly ret urned from ov'erseasI.
Mir..and Mtrs. N. C. I iughies arrived
In the c'ity last week and at ipresentI
have apartments at (lie home of Mi-s.
allie DI. You ng. Mr'. iitlies is in
Mr 1. Riobet't Mc'iun left last 'Thut's
diiy for' John:1-0n ('Ity, Tenni., whercte he
joins te i"d path '(hattauq ua as
crew man. lIe will remain wvith (lhe
('haumtauttua its hei did1 last year~i
thiroiighiot the summinet' monthus, i'e
tirning in time to take uip his studies
at Wofford next year!.
NIri. .lno. Hi. Riddle, of Atlanta, is on
a visit to relatives and ftrlends at 'his
old( home. Mr i. It iddle will prlobably
ext((nid his visit to several weeks in
order to see all his irelatives anid old
friendls of his boyhood (lays in the tip
ii(ei part of (lie county.
Mr'. JT. T. McPherson, after' visiting
his parents in the Mt. Pleasant sec
tion of the county, has returned to
Charlotte, where he will resume his
<luties in one of the large machine
shops. Mr. McPherson has just re
eently received his discharge from the
PEACE TREATY COPY
PRINTED BY SENATE
(Continued Fromi Front Page.)
promoting its adoption by this coun
try. I became convincea, too, that
these gentlemen wero interested in
promotion of the league of liations for
Under questioning, the Idaho senator
added he had obtained this information
together with the knowledge that a
copy of the treaty wao in New York,
from sources which ho could not re
veal. le then sugge!3ted the calling
of Messrs. Morgian, D-Avison, Lamont,
\Warburg, and Schiff, saying he con
nected them with the existence of
treaty coplieA in Now York "by a com
,bination of circumstances only."
The name of Mr. Vanderlip was add
ed to the list on suggestion of Senator
Williams, democrat, of MississippI,
and the subpoenaes art ordered unani
mously on the motion of Senator
Ilitchcock of iNebraska senior demo
crat on the committee who introduced
the resolution authorizing the in
tiry. On the motion of Senator Fall,
repu.blican ot Now Mexico, the com
mittee by unanimous vote also invit
ed Mir. Polk to appear before it.
Senator Lodge next made a state
ment saying that he, too, had derived
his information about the treaty copies
from sources he could not reveal. Hie
had been shown the document by a
friend, he said, andI h-i "never heard
of the treaty being Ii1 the hands of
financial Interests." lie continued
that he had made no inquiries as to
how his friend obtained it.
Acting See etary Polk. hastening to
the capitol as soon as he heard of
the committee's invitat~on, arrived just
before 1Mr. Lodge had co- pleted his
statement. In response to questions
X1'r. Polk told the committee he had re
ceived at various tiir.es about thirty
copies of the treaty, the first one about
May 19th, by special courier, then ten
more in the, same manner and then a
package of additional! copies in the
state department's confidential mail.
Exactly how many cot.ies this package
contained he could not tell, he said, as
the seals hai never been broken.
"All these were plaend In my safe
and hield subject to further orders"
continued the secretary, adding that
they had been examined by no one ex
cept himself and lis secretary.
Asked whe: her there was any possi
billy that copies -had been obtained
from the state deparitmen t he replied:
"l'osi tively no clance whatever."
Senator liitcihcock presented to the
'olniiittee te enblegiamii from l'resi
delnt Wilsoni inl whic! the latter comn
mended the Nebraska senator for intro
dticing the investigation irsolitlion and
xiltrssed :t hope thal the Inquiry
would be "lmost thoroi.0ihly prosecit
ed." The asage td June 7, did
lnot refer to thlie selate resolution ask
ing for the treaty text and at the
Wlitte Ilus See ret a Tmuty said
le' tloutglit It prol1eh' this request
liel not ieaelitd 'i. Wilson when lie
date of thle n x t me'?ting Was left to
Chir'man Lidge wIe said tonighit
and~ peossiblly niot ui l'iiTursday. Thie
su bpoennes ortdered miulst be served
tiersonlly In Now York, lie saitd, anti
lie commiilitt ee irobabely would not lbe
reassembiled't I until 5ome of i the flnana
('iers calledl were re'ady to testify.
M1oney' Ntow Avanilanble.
At its recen~ t lilt'.?inag at WVin fthr'oi
t'tlletge It' South ('arlollina Ftederat ion
of Womien's ClIubs tdcmonst rated Its
keen interest ini tihe developmendlt of
womt'n by inatiguiratitng a loan fund
of $2,100 to be lent to girls unable
to secu re eduattIons~t wiout a id. Th is
mioniey is now availablet. Application
blanks for girils tdesii'rng to apply for
loans may be secured frm Milss Mabel
MAotfgomiery, Mlarion, chairman; .\ilrs.
.Johi n hirgriove, Dill1an : .\rs. A. C.
l.lgon, Orangeburtg; .\irs. J. Thompson
iown, Rock H11l1. Th'ils committee
wviii also) gla'dly fitrnish informat ion as
to reguilations; governing loans.
Meet ing (If WI. M. U.
of tile Ilaurens Asstochttln will meet
itt .\lt. P leasatnt c hurch, Satutirday,
Junte the I ih, at 10 . to.
Poi' (onimit tec,
Look for the Large Chance.
The opport unity thant is bigger than
you are cannot help ytou, no matter
hiow close it (comes('. Ta lie worthi any
thling, a chance must fit. insteadt of
simply waiting for' your tipplortuuity,
grow lip to if. Big perolei do not need
to put uip wit h small openings, andl( lit
tle people findl it imuptossible to fill big
ones. If you are gr'owving ail the time,
and fitting yoturseif for the larLger
chances, you need niot worry for fear
they ill fail to piresenit thiemiselves.
Wheat and Flour.
No wheat thousands of years old has
ever been known to germinate, many
yarns to the contrary notwithstanding.
Baking tests have alsmo been made by
the department of agriculture, showving
a distinct inferiority of the Alaska
wheat flour as a bread produe.
FOWLERI PROPlBATY TO
BE SUBDIVIDED AWD SOLD
Greenwood Interests Secure Valuable
Property on West Main Street. Will
Probably Soll In the Full of the Year.
Greenwood interests. -who recently
bought an resold the Robertson hotel
property, have bought the Fowler pro
porty on West 'Main street between
the homes of Mr. C. IT. Miller and ley.
Graves L. Knight. The property has
4 wide frontage on West Alain street
and contains in the neighborhood of
eleven acres of land. The new owners
expect to open, jointly with Mr. J. C.
Owings, a 'stret through to Farley
Avenue and make a subdivision of lots
to be sold probably at auction in the
fall of the year.
tiuninge Sale Saturday.
In order to meet the need for funds
arising out of Its support of the pub
lic library and the Scholarship Loan
Fund established by the State Federa
tion of Women's Clubs, the Wednesday
Club, of this city, will hold a rummage
sale on the portico of the court house
Saturday. Donations of articles for
the sale wili be appreciated by the
club members. Those who will con
tribute to t!e sile are reqtested to
notify Airs. C. 11. Ilicks, Mrs. L. 0.
Balle or Mrs. 11. L. Jones. Arrange
ments will be maude Io collect the
packages Thursday ifternoon. The
public Is invited to attend the sale.
Phone the ('ounitteet
On Saturdty, the Wednesday Club
will have a litlumnmage Sale it the
Court House for the bentilt of the Lau
rens Public Library and the Scholar
ship Loan Fuind. The articles will be
collected Thursday afternoon. If the
collectors should fail to call, please
phone one of the committee.
Mrs. C. Ii. Hicks,
Mrs. L. 0. Balle,
Mrs. B. L. Jones.
INIVGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Laurpns Lodge No.
43 'l meet next Mon
y night at 8 o'clock.
Members are urged to
atten(l. Visiting Knights
i. W. 'IMlIGGS, C. C.
J. F. TOLBERT, K of R. S.
NOV'l'E 0' ElAECTION.
State of South 'arolliua,
( 4ulily of Latireits.
V Iroas, ii itIs si.ned by a legal
nainbervi ofII the t.atlified electors and
free-hoders reidian- in Dials school
1istrict No. , Laurniis vollitty, South
.'atolina, lshiur, for an election u~ponl
(t( eeinest ion of yot ing. anl additional
I 1iis tax ulpoll the property in said(
.<chool distlrwt to be uised for school
iur.>Os:, have belen filed vil, the
countv board of u. laion, an lectioll
is hl(e tv 0hymer OJ 1n Sah inst hvio n,
: i~i !(lecton to b hIleld Onl e 25th day
of J .11114% 1.- 31 erna Chool llouse
it) Said distrielt Idert e nlanagernient
of the trlstI "'s 4. ' School dist ict.
in LI the enera (letijolt shall he aullowved
Thoseo faoinahei ini oll iinal
wor " i'" wr itten) or iprited ttIherec
On, Th'lose n00)ins1t lhe -1 mill1 addlitional)
tax sha11lloe a ballot (containling tile
word( "NO"' writtIen or printed ther)Pon.
l'olls shall1 open at the hour (If 8
O'clock( in tile forenloonI and1 shall re
main11 open1 until1 the hour of 4 o'clock
ill thle atftern)oon when( they shall be
closed, andl thle halots (countedf.
of 1th (lction to the counity aud itor))
and1( (0oun1y supitenQdent of eduenci
lion witin tenl days thereafter.
JIAMI8a Ii SULLIVAN.
47-2t Dy order. Iof Coulnty 10oard.
Will Never Guess
That this little "ad" is
a Clothing Talk.
You know its getting
too warm for/ big "ads"
Makes you h t to write
'e and hot o read 'em.
H e's cool little ad
about o Clothes. The
finest oney can buy.
The coolest the law al
Palm Beaches, Cool
$6.50, $7.50, $8.50,
$10.00, $12.00, $13.50,
$15.00 and $17.50
Davis- Roper Co.
Lauren' est Store
Trunks, S uit Cases, Hand Bags
UP-TO-DATE DESIGNS--BEST QUALITY
Wardrobe, Steamer or Regular Trunks,
All Sizes in Hand Bags and Suit Cga~ses.
Call and see our line--you will find it the tup-to-date and
moderately-priced line in this se 'ion.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Company
DIAMO D I R ES
Tr un, Suitir Caes and oags
Cal ad eeourneyu W fave al the -taest n
mdertesly-ied linean thse thefo.
STir&e. Thes Wil mkes giv omay