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Eexiainit Ainbassaditor 'resents Formal
'Protest from Cairriaiza (loverntient.
Imnteilito Yit.idiani -of Troops is
Washington, Ang. 21. -[i mediate
aiItdrawa,l of tho American troops
a1w on the trait of t'andits in northern
Mcexico was a sked today by Mexican
Aibassador IionItires, who called at
' -ig state department to present a
fonal protest from the C(arranza gov
.iltment. The text of the protest was
-aot made pu blit and ofielails would
not discuss It filrther than to say
That no reply hall L en tlade.
At the war depa Intent It was said
fiat no adlditional reports on the oper
.tions of the American forces had been
* 2eceived from Major General )icknan.
conmaundlag the sonthern departiment.
The troops tow ial e well into Mexico
smd army officers hope that before re
hirning they will clean out bandits
Tw-in( the stretch of territory twenty
guiles south of the border where they
Whliether a reply to the Mecxieant Pro
:lest will be enI has not been an
atounced. Sneh ina Mcsts have been
'made bret.ofore, "r ilhont drawing a re
sitonse, officials ;garding them as
!ibving been sim' $rd larkely for the
The Ametiii' 'ita' '11rc'5 Wenlt. Into
Milexico on 1 "bot trail" :ieeking the
lawlits who heli ;I Ali-ican army
eviators, Ije'iint. Davis and Peterson,
for ransom and i' uas indicated today
't lexican prii :t would not. hasten
* Nally advices~ to the state depart
atent are keepting ;;'hiials here inform
ed as to the stale' (i pbilllic' opinion in
l'exico as rected 1 in the newspapers
of the City of Me . leports received
today show a gn' 1;.1 bellet' in the cap
ifal that falletre ' olve the pet rolenm
-pxoblemu is an ir'portant factor In the
present, strained relations between
rtelexo and the 'nited States.
The Universal is anoted as saying
that ofllcial on in i0' in Mexico demands
a complete oh.an'r( in the cabinet.
"'ndonhted: t k iey to the ditlienI
'ies lies in Artiik 27 of the consitin
tion as it aiffi'nt !t Iolenm ," the paper
says. "This f'at onet he faceed square
Ty and patriottea ':.
The paller th1ie: 1xprese dissatis
fart ion beeanus lc iaiis ' is wasting
time disenssing 11 labor law "whica
Muast and will bhi \ !(I bOCause of the
wild radicalimn it - cataina," and adds:
"l'xceIs ir ''nom'), nts on Anbassa
dor Fletchert 'nt.-di stiay in Wash
fu gton and finds a onne1 ion between
this and Lord Iarinsworth's recent
announcement that Great Britain
would not send any diplomatic repro
sontative to Mexico until the latter
country changes its policy toward for -
elgn capital or as Excelsior puts it,
"tntil our government has seen fit to
modify its attitude in regard to for
eign capital in a word, until congress
gives effect to Article 27 of the consti
tution and settles the petroleum prob
in another article captioned "The
Nation Hlas the Appearance of an
'iormttous Corpse," Excelsior says,
"aion'g the t -h tacles to better inter
national relations are the articles of
the constitution of Queretario so inim
ical to foreign capital . . . The
pseudo-socialistic attempts of the cot
stitutiolal convention of 1917 could
not fail to bear this bitter fruit."
* iLISf)ON N111'S. *
Lisbon, Aug. I.-It has been severa41l
weeks sinee we have seen anything
in your valuable paper from this place.
We go so little and hear so little that
would interest your manty teadie's, we
can't. wr('ite a long letter. Our crops
are loo kin fairly weir in places, bit
ritglt at this lime, with the exception
of 'Ote old orn. oil enn't. tell what
the outcome will be. The cottonl crop
in plac'es has plenty of weed. but i when
we exantine it, we find bit little to
'om111Par1,e With former years. We have
but a few peas planted in this com
nitity, and rain:; have kept its from
saving outr fodder as we wotlid like to
have done. With Ithese conditions,
somle ma1y have to buy grass made in
the west to farn on next year. What
we need is more corn and hogs. From
what w can lear1n, we will be forced
to change one way of farming anyway,
on accottnt of so few that want to till
the soil, both white and black, and for
that reason, the farmers will have to
pla Int. less cotton and more corn. We
heard a man say at outr meeting th1e
otlier day: Let the government have
them to redtuce prices on foodsttft' an1d
dry goods and you would see cotton go
very mtth lower than she is today. It
is a very hard matter for us poor
fi toirs to go till against men Who 'tin
thel' :ti'!ti. 11' it !:ave( so 'tilchi mIoney.
and V:1 have so little. Wihen we see
ent'i.t ii cash ahead that we can hold
our *rodaee now '. we cann get a !vine
prie %, then w'' mi-ts1 talkc of butcking
the mantufacturer. We do wish that
we conId get rid of the middleman,
and Sell out' cotton and other produ e
I will hai
and as go
I also have
directly' to the manufacturer and all
-wou"I realize more for 'what we had
tV yell, but when there are so many
to be paid out of what we make, it
certainly makes it hard onl the one
that has worked so hard to make it.
.\lr. J. T. A. Itallew has returned
home after spending quite a while in
union, but her condition Is no better.
We are sorry to hear that Col. .J. 11.
Wharton is so in(lisp osed, and hope
that he will soon be his usual :elf
Mrs. il'1iza Fuller has been very sick,
but we are glad to state that she is
Mr. an(t .\rs. Itivers lilaim and non
have retirn ed to their home' in I Ir
,. C.. after sp~emiing; soma !;me
with his iniother aid brot hers.
.\lts. llobt. .\lilaml anld chlilreno, of
Greenville, are sptending ia while with
their tnother and grandmother.
.essrs. .(ates and .1 iiolines came
very near being seriously hurt when
they ran their car into at disl. the oth
er (lay, ott their way to Laurens. The
car was damaged some and .Joe was
sCerafhe some when he went through
(it.\l N (GA A 'i N I) I-:.lONS'1'ItATION.
Federal Supervisors 141 Conduc t
i"hm4" at State Iit !.
Clemson College Aug. 2:l.--An open
school in grain gradintg will he con
dceted for the ben'lit of farmers by
Fedtial gr ain sup 1ervC isotrjsO, acecordinI ttg
to anlti antnountcetimetit by F. i. Iarkey,
Field Agent in \larketing. In order
ihat farmers. ttltutry grain dealers,
imillers, enuty agts . and othters in
terested yt have an opportIutilty to
-m!iliariize themlselve:; with. c'011 Oct
methods of J2radintg gra ii uler Fed
eral standards, Federal Grain u'pier
vi: or K. 1',. SeediS will con1duct' gr-ain
graLdilg d(lonsttionisIitt5 at l' Slate
Fair this fail in coninetbion Witi the
agricultural exhibits which the l': it
ed States ' partmenIt of Agriculture
will make. A fully efinp pe)1 d grain
inspeellon ofli will be arranged with
avi ly the . tame (quipient as is t:sed
b y licensed Prain inlspeetlos in the
il:t arlwis am1t inl IIth' lli s of
the Federal prain supervisor.
In order to mlalte a diemoau r aItionl
thoroughly liwarticalt. farmer's will be
invited to br1in:; :amtples oif wheat,
lhelled( con1. :mnd oats in or,; iih t it
tal:y b1e r"hwvn how.. grai!'s are' deter
mi:ned. A: tI s demonslitratll ionl ~ tins
w:i he i n t he .t 3:3 wa::i' Ill lt as
Iln. nctual inspectionl.
Th'll imp1;ortance of tis <d....m:etra
t ien Is emlphasizedt by Ithe fast 11h:1 the
i1 ' 1: '.d tat1(e. G ra.in1.' i!oror tioni i l ' e
re eight or t
)d as new. F
some Buicks, 1E
id Saturday and
quiring that the Federal grades be alp
plied by country -buyers, and, .by the
further fact that properly applied
grades insure a premnium.
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Calomel salivates l ?s mercury.
Calomel acts like dynamite on a
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into contact with sour bile it crashes
into it,causing cramping and nausea.
If you feel bl. 'us, headachy, con
stipated and all nockdd out, just go
to your druggist and get a bottle of
Dodson's Liver'. one for a few cents
which is a har.aless vegotable sub
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a spoonful and if it doesn't start
odson's Liver Tone
Scaloml when bilious,
hy. Listen to mIe
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If you take e-ilomel today you'll bo
sick and nausealed tomorrow; be
sides, it may salivalo you, while if
you take Dodson's Liver Tone you
will wake up feeling great, full of
umbition and ready for work or
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Ac (line ago my wife's health failed
a her nerves go so had that two hours
a ereim red t good niglt' asleep for
icr," sati'a Mr. John Butler of Boaz, Ala.,
Itoute No. 8.
"No matter how careful sbe wa about
her fool It always dsagre>. She id a
full feeling in her best, a heavy dull
pain In her atomach and w.s full of gas
all tho tine. She was very bilious all the
time mand 1had4 to be ta:k ing imeic~lrine coni-___
elan Ily. She was badlly ('neat nted aend
would go days without an atIon.
"But tings are d afferent ne. I've
never seen any nedlel bring a person -
rout like l)ree his my wife. S e feels
good all the tline, takes Interest in every.
thing Sldepa all ndl"ht long tmc ,---.
troubles are over withe and the co.nst
pation * etrely relieved.
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of many medicinal herbal plants, which
act onm the vital organs in a pleasant . b
and oropt amnner.
T)reo I highly re'oseded In 0
od~~~~A es nsan hl
looke ad therm aray-out.