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WILSON'S HEALTH FORCES
HIS RETURN TO CAPITAL
Ill From Overexertion in Interest of Tre:ity, President
Cancels Tour. All Engagements Canc, fled as Much
Rest Badly Needed.
iOn 1oard President Wilson's Special to rec ive the nation's visitors later at
'rain, Sept. 26.--I1i from over-exertion the wl e house. All engagements for
on his long tour for the i)eace treaty tlie im ediate ftitire have been can
President Wilson today Canenlled tle' celled.
piieakhing dates remaining on his Afte.- a Iight of illiness during which
schedule and turned back toward ID. G,.. -son id Mrs. Wilson were in
~ash ingtonl. alinost constant attendance' on him.
The president acted under orders the pr.%idnt decided to abandon his
from his phy :ician Dr. Cnry T. Gray- trip n h i I tra in reached Vichita,
son. who id in a formal statement Kan. !h did not leave his private car
that Mr. Wilson was suffering from there id it during most of the day he
niierr'ous cxhausteon," and that while was in hed. In the afternoon and
his condit.ou was not alarming, a con- evening he got sote sleep and was
siderable period of rest 'woutld be able to take some nourishment.
"necessary for his recovery." Since he left Washington S'epten-'
After a few days at the capital, ber 3rd, the president has delivered
when the president's special train will forty speeches for the treaty and when
arrive Sunday morning, the president lie reahed Wichita had travelled more
may go to some secluded resort for a than 8.200 nilies of his original f0,000
rest from the official cares which -have mile schedule.
occupied his attention continuously Athough Mr. Wilson's illness did
for many months. not take an aggressive turn until fast
A plan for Mr. Wilson to go to New night, lie has not been entirely well
York late next week to welcome Kiig since e left Washington. A slight
Albert of Belgium virtually has been sold several times handicapped him
abandoned, but the presldent expects in speaking and for several days lie
has suffered from headache. After
leaving his train for a three-mile walk
esterdlay near Pueblo he seemied lin
mnuch better trim.
InTie evening Dr. Gyson snt
some Thne with him an during the
night Iade another visit to the presi
dent's ar and found that the presi
(ent das not sleeping well and that
Mrs. Wilson who has been is con
smeetant co wipanion m during the frip, had
been up attending to lils wants. When
tie physician left Mr. Wilson seemed
TOR CAR to be resting more quietly.
At .5 o'clock this morning Mrs. Wil
son asked that Dr. Grayson again be
u a ol i owi icalled. Virtually without- sleep dur
Ing the night, the president was in a
The tire ileaxge is uititual ly nervous condition.
h i-h. 'Mr. Wilson was up and dressed be
It will pay you to visit its and fore his train reached Wichita at 9
examnine the car. o'clock. and was preparing some notes
for his address. It was then that Dr.
Grayson, after an examination, took
Palmett Autoa resolute stand -against continuance
of the speaking trip. Secretary Tu
Amilty was called into the conSulta
Phone 200. tion, and the two prevailed on the
precidient to abandon his plans and
return to the capitol.
The presidential special left Wichita
shortly before noon and 'the run to
Washington will be made rapidly. The
train stayed an hour at Kansas City
tonight to pick up a pilot train. The
president is due in the capital at 6
a. in. Sunday.
After the,decision to abandon the
:cr of the speaking tour had
toeen reached, Dr. Grayson persuaded
the president to go to bed. again and
he remained there most of the after
noon. lie issued a short statement of
regrot to the ople of Kansas, how
ever. and sent sliuilar messages to the
local committees at the points remain
ing on his schedule.
,The digestive derangement from
which the president is stiffering Is not
a new affliction. For several years he
has Iad occasional attacks of stomach
iMore than once since he left Wash
Ington It became- known today, Mr.
Wilson has been unable to eat more
than a few mouthfuls at dinner and
has made his evening address under a.
trying physical strain. He kept thati
a secret, however, and even the olli
cials nearest him did not know of hiw
indisposition. Everywhere he has met
the crowds smilingly and has put vig
orous gestures into all of his speeches..
Pilans for the tabor and industrial
conferences which the president has
calred to meet In Washington on Oc
tober 6th will not be changed, white
house oilleinls said today regardless of
M1r. Wilson's inability to take part in
the sessions. Should he be unable to
attend, it is likely he may name some
high official of the government to rep
Big lot of WVindow Shades to arrive
S. M. & E. H1. WILKES & CO.
Take notice that on the Ith day of
November, 1919. 1 will rengter a final
account of my acts and d tngs as Ad
ministratrix of he esta of Thomas
E. Babb decease , in t e olice of t'he
.ludge of Probat of 4turens county,
at 1 1 o'clock, a. in., . nd on the sane
day will apply or a final discharge
front my trust as dministratrix.
Any .person indobted to said estate
is notified and required to mtaye pay
ment on that (late; and all person hav
ing claims against said estate will
present them on or before sa.d( date,
(luly proven or be forever barred.
'MAMIE D. BAHB.
Oct. 1. 1919. 11-5t-A
* ANFORD STATION. *
e* 0 eo ~
Lanford 'Stat Ion, Sept. 29.-.f r Deal,
a returned missionary from Korea,
miade a very interesting appeal Sunday
morning at the Methodist church in
the interest of the Textile Industril
School. It was very Interesting to
hear the Korean language and learn of
the customs of the people in that far
Mrs. J. S. I iiggins has ret urned from
Uafney and Limestone college, rwhere
her daughter, liss .lat-y fliggfns, ,and
.\liss Atidry Pranks entered last week.
li iss Virginia Drutniond, of' Wood
rtiffil spent the week-end wifth Miss
Carrye Lou lHiggins.
Ir. and Mrs. 'Harper Higgirs, of
Buffalo, were guests at Mr. and MTrs.
J. S. Iiggins Sunday.
Miss Othello Johnson visited her
friend, aliss Annie Lou Payne, at
The many , friends of Capt. Eugene
.1. Cox will 'be pleased to know th!nt
he has at last reached home safely
liss .Tennie Cox, of Lander 'College,
and Cadet Wendell Cox, of Clemson
were at home for the week-end, and'
to welcome their brother's return'
* iliss Lenora 'Patterson from Wood
ruff school, spent the week-end with
We all enjoyed the visit of the teams
In the 75-million dollar drive that met
.with us Wednesday afternooir We
had the pleasure of having Rev. 'lood,
of Fountain Inn, '.\Irs. Coker, Messrs.
Cook, Cooper and Bolt. The other
'teams 'were most too late to have much
iMr. Wi i Cooper, Miss 'Maggie
Cooper, -Mr. Toy Drunniond and IMir.
J. W. Lanford left here to represent
'Irs. Gtisie (04horne )visited Ie
parents, MNr. .and Irs. A. IM. Lanford,'
at (Goldville thie week-end.
SUMM[ONS FOl R ItaEF.
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens
COURT OF COM1'. ON PLEAS.
W. J. FINMIIN P ntiff,
a a st
E N.\IA AUSTIN 3 NSON, ORA IljL,
JANIF3 STI')PH I' NSON, HATTI lK
MlDOWE1fLL. WfIlL AUSTIN, A. L.
AUsTrN, JOHN AUSTIN, M\ACK
AUSTIN, and LIVY AUSTIN, if liv
Ing, and if (lead his heirs-at-law and
next of kin, to -the iainftIff unfilowwn teen, and the persons with Whom. they
and rwhose ages and mwhereabouts am re'ipi.
also to the 'Plaintiff' unknown, De- Notice Is hereby given, 4hat they are
fnrtdants. required to applY for the appointment
To the Defendagts Above blamed: of a Onardian,'Ad Ltem to represent
You are hereby summoined and re- thein this action within twenty days
(luired to answer the complaint in this nter the service of this summons, and
action of which a copy is herewith tir faiur to do so application for
served upon you, and to serve a copy of such appointment will be made'by the
your answver to said Complaint on the Plaintiff lie'eiii.
subscribers at their oilice, Enterprise Notice to the I1efcndants Jfln Aus
National Bank Building, at L'/aUrens, ti, non-resident, and Livy Anstin, If
South CarolIna, iwithin twenty days af- living, and If dead, to li heirs-at-law.
ter the service hereof, exclusive of text of kin and tii~trlbutCS, Whose
Clhe day of such service; and if you nmes. ages and whereabouts are to
fail to answer the complaint witin tite 111.11nt0lT unhuowil
the (line aforesaid, the Plainitifn 'I1. notice Ilia' fhe verifid con
this action will aplply to the Court for plaint in this action, together 1witirda
relief demanded in the Complaint. !;1i1i1uon1%and notice for tie appoint
,DIAL & TODD, net. of a Guardian Ad Litom, of
)ated Sept. 25th, 1919. tile Ofice of the Clerk of 'Court for
Commnon Pleas for L~aurens Cotn ily,
'ioany unkinown an( absent Defend- South Carolina, on the 29th day of
ant,'hafr-at-law of Livy Austin, if lie September,
should be dead, who are infants over DIAL& 'ODD,
the age of fourteen, and' to such of Plaintiff's Attorneys.
theie ie anya nnder the age of foW-- 1h -3t-A
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We have begun our display of
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