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VOTE OF REUNION
GOES TO TREATY
Confederates CalI for IRatification
.Without Change. General Van
Zandt Named Again. Congress
Asked to Change Generally Accept.
ed Natme of War.
Atlanta, Oct. 9.-Ratifleation of the
German peace treaty and league of
nations covenant without amendments
or textual reservations was asked of
the senate in resolutions adopted here
today at the annual reunion of the
Unitcd Confederate Veterans.
The vote on the treaty and league
(if nations Was an aye and no affair,
bit n1o voice against adoption of the
resolution was heard. Payment by
(iongress of pensions to Confederale
veterans also was asked in another
resolution adopted. d
Omlleers of the organization were rI
"lected as follows:
Gen. K. M. Van Zandt of Fort Worth,
Texas, commander in chief.
'en. 'C. B. Vance, commander of the
army of Tennessee.
Gen. Julian S. Carr of North Caro
lina, emomander of the army or north
Cen. Virgil Y. Cook, commander of
the trans-Mississippi department.
Judge J. T. Coolrick, Fredericks
'burg, Va., was elected to represent
the United Confederate Veterans at
th' unveiling of the Stonewall .Jack
Soil monument in Richmond, October
N. -B. Forrest of -fliloxi, 'Miss., grand
son of the great Confederate cavalry
leader. was elected commander In
chief of Sons of Confederate Veterans
Thie retiuest that the federal gov
ernment pay pensions to former Con
federate soldiers 'was made on the
ground that $68,000,000 worth of cot
toil was illegally conilseated by the
Uniited States government during and
after the iwar and never pald for,
hat the South for more thaln 30 ears
las paid oult millions of dollars to
ward pensions for federal soldiers
and that the federal government owes
that tlie South for more than 30 years
for Captured property which was sold.
Requests that congress appiopriate
$50,1100 to complete memorial arch in
Vicksiburg, Miss., national park, aind
that the name of the "Civil War" he
formally made "Confederate war" al
so were made in resolutions adopted.
Replying to the greeting sent by
lenry 1). Lindsley, national chairman,
oil behalf of the American Legion, the
iConfederate veterans today concluded
their telegram with the following:
"The veterans of the Southland stand
with you of the world war ready for
service to our united country."
The veterans also voted to accept
the invitation of the American Legion
to send delegates from each division
to the legion's .convention in Novem
Future Confederate veterans reun
ions will be held in the fall instead of
sumner, it was decided today. The
present reunion Is the first to 'be held
in fall in many years.
Support of the veterans for estab
lishment of a (vil and high way engi
neering cehool at Washington and 'ev
U7niversity to be named the Robert lK.
Lee school of engineering 1was pledg
ed by the reunion.
A telegram from Secretary Tumitulty
was read before the convention cx
Pressing the appreciation of President
Wilson for the sympatletic resolu
tions adopted and forwarded to him
at the opening session.
Pledges to continue their care of
the graves of Confederate veterans itt
stead of turning the work over to the
federal government as has been sug
gested, wert inade today at the ses
s10ns of the Confederate Southern
'Memorial association. Resolitions al
so were adopted looking to increasing
the menibershlip of the association and
adding now chapters.
'Miss Mildred Rutherford of Athens,
Ga., a noted Southern historian and
educator, presented to the veterans to
day a series of questions to be applied
to text books before adopting them
in Southern schools and colleges. All
the questions dealt with eliinilnation
of matter prejudicial to the "LTAost
Cause." Much -misinformation has
been and still is being spread in books,
she said, and added that before the
war General Lee had virtually freed
his slaves. General Grant, she con
tinued was a slave owner until the
very tline the slaves were freed by
In an effort to prove that the causMe
of jwar was not the desire of Southern
people to con tinue slavery, Miss illti
erford asserted that there were 300,000
slave holders in the Union army and
200,000 in the Confederate army.
Memorial services in honor of the
Confederate (lead iwere held today at a
joint leetlug of the veterans and
auxiliaries. Sacred and Soullthern
music featured the services and the
Rev. J. W. lDachman, of Chattanooga,
82 years of age, cliaplain general of the
United Confederate veterans, deliver
ed the invocation.
"We will forget," lie declared, "all
the (bitterness and desolation, the
privation and the suffering of the war
and we will remember only the truth
and righteousness of the ISouthern
cause, the principles for which the
South fought and the cherished ideals
which today are dearer tha never be
A grand ball was given tonight at
the auditorium armory. The reun
ion will be concluded tomorrow with
Atlanta, Oct. 9.-The Confederate
South 1lemorial association meeting
here with the l'nited 'Confederate vet
Crans, today went on record as oppos
ing the sinlgi ng of ".Marehing Through
G(orgia," and the prodletion by mUov
ilg pieures or othemlwise of "I'ncle
* ,hONES NEWS. *
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.fones, Oct. 12.-Dr. f. B. Workman
Is inl New York taking a p)ost graduate
lion. J. F. Morrison has purchased a
.Rev. and Mrs. Strickland and beau
tiful daughters of Princeton, -were the
recent guests of -Dr. W. T. Jones and
The 'Sunday School books for this
quarter are ready for distribution and
a cordial'welcome awaits all who at
i'r. Barney Blaclowell has pur
chased the ,Mc'Daniel mill on Reedy
River and will soon be ready to serve
Born on 3rd Inst. unto Mr. and Mrs.
.J. H1. Simpson, a son.
Drs. G. P. Neel and Seurry, of Green
wood, were here professionally a few
There was a horse sale at Ware
Shoals last Saturday and the owne's
did a good businless.
All of the ginneries in this section
are-o crowded all the time.
Mrs. I-. E. Martitin and sons, William
and l'tigene, of Moit icello, are visiting
the former's parents, Dr. and Mrs.
W. T. Jones.
The farmers in this community are
We recently met the following
frien Iien liv(try liienderson . of Shoals
.1111lion; C. P. 'immons. Greenvilie:
MIugene Harmore, of Donalds: Dr. C.
Ii. Ilurion, of Iva; len Arnold. of
Princeton; John Davis. of Brewerton,
anld .John Soulth, of Green:wood.
We are indebted to Mrs. John Cil
bertson of Mt. Olive, for some nice
corn field beans.
IWe were very sorry to hear of the
recent deaths of Capt. John 'Miller, of
Greenhwood, and Mr. Jack Elmore, of
The prolonged hot, dry and dusty
spell has caused a good (eal of sick
ness and the doctors are busy.
Mr. Alonzo Emerson, of Florida, is
visiting his brother-in-law, ]ion. T.
Mr. Williamn Sligh recently visited
Asheville, N. C.
Utev. Fraink lUramlet t, of McCormaick,
was tip a few days ago looking after
his ren Is.
1Y PillNTIEItS' SitIKE
Quailtrrel letween t'ion and 'Ilel. In
Iternazilti lnion Works lardshli
on PullIsh Wers.
New York, Oct !).-Eivery magazine
printing establishmiient. in this city has
been closed as a result of the "quar
rel hetween certain local unions and
their international union", according
to announcelent tonight by the Perl
odical Publishers' Association of
As a result of the strike and lockout
prevailling in 'book and job offices, the
following publications will not at)
pear on time, the association an
nounced: Collier's Weekly, cClure's,
Pictorial Review, Cosiopolitan, Hlar
per's Hazaar, 1Heart's Magazine, Good
'Housekeeping, Iar)er's Magazine,
sGletropolitan, Scribner's Magazine,
Century, Munsey's, Popular, DelInea
Popular Science LIontily, Vogue, Van
Popular Sciene c1onthly, Cogue, Can
ity Fair, Motion Picture Magazine and
152 others, as well as many of the
largest ira(le papers in the country.
BREAKS A COLD
IN A FEW HOURS
"l3,la4.1 ('old C(110pouiad" instant'Jy re
Ileves stuffnless anil distress.
Don't stay stuffed-u p ! Quit blow
ing and snuffling. A dose of "Pape's
Cold C(ompounl'd" takenl eve'y two
hot's auntil three dos s are taken ius
ually breaks tp a SOre cold and ends
all grippe miscrye
The very lirst. dose opens your
elogge(d-In1 nostrils and tlie air pas
sages of tle hiead; stops nose runt i
iiing: relieves th(' leadar'he, dullness,
teverislhness, sieezing, soreless and
"Paoe's (1d C(mipound" is tIe
quickest. surest. relief known and
costs oily a few cents at drg st ori.
It. acts without assistanee, tastes nice.
colainis no quinine--Ilnsist upon
OLD AGE STARTS
WITH YOUR KIDNEYS
Soiena* Iays that old age beginsr with swallow or water. The oil stin~ula4g
weakened kdneys and digestive organs the kidney action and e[ables the
This being true, it Is easy to believe organs to throw offl the poisons whidi
that by keeping the kidneys and di- upremature old age. New life and
gestive organs cleansed and in proper strength increase as You continue the
working order old age can be deferred treatment. When completoly restored
aA d life prolonged far beyond that en- continue takine a capsule or two each
joyod by the average person. da T. GOLD MJDAL Iaarlem Oil Cap
11'or ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ a ovr20yer ODMIDI n will keep you In health and vigo?
H r averv 20hars n MEDAL and prevent a return of the disoase.
Haarlem n01 has b ron rdie'ring the Do not wait until old ago or disease
weaknoeses and disability due to ad- have settled down for good. Go to yeur
vancing yearn. It' is a standard old- druggist and get a box of GOLD
tico ho remedy and needs no Intro- IfJ4[)AL Haarlem Oil Capsules. Monyq
duction. -- I~JDMDAL Iaariem Oil Is refunded If they do net help you. Three
hnciosod V udorl os, t teless capsules sizes. But reneober to ask for the
centaininV a4out 5 drops each. Take origfial Imported GOLD MIIIDAL brand.
them as you would a pill, with a smaM In sealed packages.
SALES EN WANTED
Salesme are nted in counties of Greenville, Spartanburg and
Laurens to sell
Delco Light and Delco Light Products
Address or call after Monday Sept. 29th.
Piedmont Electric Service Company
Temporary Office at Band Stand, Spartanburg, S. C.
If, after usin the en~
tire contents of can
according to directions
you are not satisfiecd
In every respedt, your
grocer will refuni the
money yot paid for it
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