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AS TO EX-KAISER
1lolland Poes Not Thiluk That Hloheni
zollert and Sont Subject to Extra- ;
dition. Have Been In that Country
a Year Today.
The Ilague, Nov. 8.-Forine Einp
cror William came to Holland a year
ago next :Monday. Since that time
there has been no demand officially or
unofficially for his extradition or de
livery ip to the allies, not.has Hol
land at all changed its viewpoint to
*The Associated Press learned this
today froi sources that are unques
tionably lolland's view point as re
gards William H lohenzollern may 'be I
stated frankly as follows.
The Netherlands, which for cen
turies has accorded political refuge to
all, considers: the former eiperor and
crown prince as refugees-not as roy
alty-but ats persons, entitled to the
same rights as any plain Johann Sch
midt twho fled to I lolland during the
war. This principle Is so strongly held
by the government, and also by the
Press of Holland that.nothing is likely
to change it, it is asserted.
The Dutch government has reached
a deterinination as to its conduct in
the event the surrender of William
Hohenzollern is asked for. No off ic
lal statement has been. made in this
connection but the Associated Press
learns that llolland considers the
fol'mer emperor beyond extradition as
there Is no possible way legally to
htold him as a criminal. If they de
sired to insist on privilege, both the
1lohenzollerin would be free to go
where they liked, as they are In 110
sense pis1xoners. Ilowever, because
they feel that they would embarress
1-olland even further they apparently
have agree to remain where they now
are-the father at Amerongen and his
son at Wieringen.
-If the one-time emperor and crown
*prince desirod to return to Gernany,
they would be permitted to go. While
it is possible that Frederick William
some day may retuirn to Germany, of
ficial circles in The Hague are inclin
ed to the belief that William Hohen
zollern is content to settle down to the
life of a country gentleman at ioorn,
where lie has been permitted to buy a
small estate because his long stay at
Amerongen seemed unfair to Count
Von Bentinick whose castle lie occu
Although a number of purported in
terviews with the former emperor have
been published, the fact Is that lie
never has spoken for publication since
his arrival in Amerongen, -and to the
request of the Associated Press 'cor
respondent, for a statement on the oc
casimi of the anniversary of his tak
ing refuge here, lie sent a reply saying
that lie had not changed his determina
tioln not to speak.
eoeee e* * * * ** * * * * * *
JTones, Nov. 10.-'Mr. and Mr's. W. T
Jones, Jr., are teaching near Trenton
(We are indebted to (lie following
friends for recent kind favors: Jloc
South, Langdlon and Boyce Boland
Robert Rledden, Alien Arnold, Mrs. Al
(a and Wistar Cooper, Jeff Jones
Thios. Duckworth, Robert Williams
Johni Medllock, Edgar Madden, Johi
Biallew,. Ernest Craft, Jeter O'Dell, WV
C. Cobb, Eugene E'lliott, J. C. Gam~
breil,, Johnnle Brown andI many othi
Born October 241, to Mr. and Mrs
Wmn. Sharip, a son.
.Mrs. G. WV. Jenkins andi sons, WVil
11am and Frank, after a visit of sev
oral weeks to (lie former's 'parenti
Dr. andi Mrs. WV. TI. Jones, recently rc
'turned to Columbia.
Messrs. George. Walter~ and Fran
Jones attendled the State Fair..
~We were sorry to hear of tihe rece'
death of Mrs. .Joe Anderson, of C.or(
anca. She was born andi reared ini ti
commninty and was hold in the hilgI
est esteemi by all of her acqualntanice
'Ilon. andi Mrs. J1. F. Morrisoni visite
their daughter. Miss Coker and so:
Frank, of Tinilty-Itidge last week.1
.Judlge 1;. V. Mattison wvas the rece
guest of Gov. It. A. Cooper.
Mr. andI Mrs. Vernon Kay, of I Ion(
Path. were (lie recent guests of M
and Mrs. ,J. C. (Gambrell.
-Mr. A. S. Mcienzle and son, Wi
* have returned from Oklahoma.
WVe recently met (lie followhi
friends: Thos. Jones andi fal Pral
of Greenwood, Dr,. Mac GlIymph of.A
deorson, Col. Mac Cochran of Hlodg<
R1ev. J. M. Dallas, of D~onalds, Cal
J. B1. Hlumbert and Robert Arnold,
Princeton, Blroadus Cooper1, of Ekol
Lou and Wmii. Moore of Waterlod al
(Ed. Knight and Dr. Knight of Gree
Our nephewvs, Sam and Preston 'W
hians, Caldwell Pros. and Mi'. Tay Ii
of aurens wvere at WVaro Shoals
. Several attended (lie conferenice
the Methodists at GIreenwoodh.
The conference of thie PentecOs
Holiness Church met at Ware Shoi
On thc '7th Innt.
lontinued from 4th page, this section.
Delieve her eyes, for they showed her
t canvas wash basin on stilts, a clean
owel laid over the back of a chair, an
)ther chair before a camp table laid
vith a clean cloth and burdened with
;wo sizzling fried eggs, hot toast, mar
nalade, a pot of tea and an absurd
3quat bottle with the stems of wild
[lowers rammed down its throat.
She took off her cloak and Bathtub
promptly hung 'it to air over a low
brancli of the tree; then, while she
bathed her, face and hands, he stood
by with the towel, ind when she was I
through with that he drew her chair c
for her and ptured her tea. Children
began crowding around. He drove
them back, and, dragging his toe,
marked a wide circle on the ground
with the table as center.
Up to that mark and no farther
came the children and squatted in a
staring but silent ring. Andrea sat
down and gazed over their heads at
the kraal in general and at the white
man in particular, ,for from him ra
diated an activity incredible in com
parison with the languor that had pre
ceded it. Her eyes fell to the table
and she realized two things: she was
uusually, marvelously hungry and
the table was set for one.
"Does\t your master eat?" she
asked of Bathtub.
"My master makes ready cain for
"What is 'cain?'"
B thtub frowned in an, effort to
cat% up. with a word that was on the
verge of escaping from his meager
vocabulary. "House I" he suddenly ex
ploded and grinned with satisfaction.
Andrea lowered the fork that was
half way to her mouth. "Makes ready
a house-for me?" Her eyes nar
rowed. "I will not need a house. Tell
Bathtub's grin broadened. "Sorry,
Missis," he said, "law like that; ev
ery Missis one hut, every hut one tax."
Andrea stared at him open-mouthed
and then blushed furiously. "I mean
that I will not stay here," she ex
plained angrily. "Tell your master I
wish to. speak with him-at once.
Wait. a minute. You call him M'sungo.
What does that mean?"
"White man," said Bathtub, and de
parted to call his master.
The white man gave a last order
and- then obeyed Andrea's summons.
As he stepped into the shade of the
acacia he took oft his hat and mopped
his wet brow. "Too bad we can't keep
cool, like the morning," he said.
"I didn't send for you to talk about
the weather," said Andrea. "You have
been raining orders; now let me give
just one. You are to get that machine
in shape and take me back now
The man's eyes met hepr gaze stead
ily but gradually his body began to
tremble. He put one hand out to the
spare chair as though to steady lIdn
self. "I want you to believe me," he
said in a lowv voice, "when I tell you
that what you ask is impossible."
He turned as though to leave her.
"Wait," cried Andrea, There was
something inm the way he spoke that
oven went beyonid persuasion and
robbhd' her of her mainstay-her an
ger hiainst him. "lit-" she stain
megedgAd stopped. "Oh, what is tC
become of me?"
"I could take you back I would
now," said the man dully. "When you
asked to come with me I knew of
course that you were unaware of the
fact that I was not returning. An im
pulse drove me to grant your request
- on, the grounds that it is really of very
- little consequence what happens te
i, any given individual. Impulses pasi
- but decisions are often irretrievable;
this was one of them."
k"Why'?" asked Andrea earnestly,
and then repeated more urgently,
"Why is it?"
tThe man's eyes wanderei towvari
the airplane but lhe (11( not answel
s her insistent question. "No real hnrit
Swill come to you," he said instead
4. "but even so I am sorry. Logic is
d treacherous thing," he added absently
"when applied to humanity. I tol
*m that I dlidn't deal in personalities
I lied., There is something about th<
t warmth of an individual person thn
melts cold reason."
a Ho left her abruptly and disar
n. peared within a near-by lhut. Sh
watched himn go with a feeling of par
a. tihl desertion that gradually was at
sorbed by a sensation that was nes
to her-a consciousness that when thi
extraordinary man spoke he left hi
t, words behind him, not as transient
~but'as permanent guests of the mini
"' There was something stark about hi
it. frankness as though it had bee
of caught in some whirlwind of life an
u, been stripped of conyventional clothe
1in the way of meaningless phrasei
abuat for alliits pakedness it inspire
not ear ut4 reb~ellious trulst,
I.. (To :ho continuedl.)
of is complertcly washuie< out of thei system
the celebhrate d Shmm iva Alinmeral Waler. 1
to ively~in guranteed (4 -,~ mney-ba' ck oll
T astes fine1 costs a trifle, Delivecred al
il where by our laurens Agents, j. t . SI
& Co imhno tuim.
Too Much to Bear.
"Amelia," said old Mr. Binderton as
c finished his dinner. "I'm going to
sk you to do me a favor. I want you
3 giv.e your young man, Mr.-Mr.-I
Drget his name-a miessage from Inc."
mnelia blusled and 'looked (own at
er plate. "Tell him," her bluff old
arent went on, "that I don't object to
is staying here anid running up my
as bill, but itat I do object to his
at'rying the morning paper away with
1ia1i when eli leaves I"
tale of South Carolina,
County of Laiurens.
IN CO'RT OF COMMNION PiEAS.
Villis Burton et al, Plaintiff,
i. C. Ilopkins, Defendant.
Pursuant to a lecree of the Court
a the above stated cake, 1 will l
nblic outcry to the highest bid t
4aurens C. II., S. C., on Stale in
)ecemlyer next, being Nlonday Le 1st
lay of the month, during the legal
touirs for such sales, the following de
cribed property, to wit:
All that certain lot or parcel or land
ying, being and situate on East Main
35treet, in the City of Laurens, County
1nd State aforesaid, containing sev
mty-flve one-hundredths (75-100) of
an acre more or less, bounded on the ii
north by Klast Main Street, on the east ei
by George lopkins lot, on the south la
by lot of 1). E. Todd, and west by lot ot
of Beverly Scof. -1?
Terms of Sale: aash. Purchaser to s(
pay for papers, stamps and recording. II
If the terms of sale are not complied fc
with, the land to be re-sold on same A
or some subseiuent Salesday on same I
terms, at risk of former pmurclaser.
C. A. POWl'MI, p
C. C. C. P. & G. S., Laureins, S. C. I
Dated, this Nov. 7, -1919. 17-3t-A v
State of South Cainn,
County of Laurens.M
IN COl'i'T OP CO.\l.\lON PiIAS.
Mrs. Daisy Ilagwell. Plaintiff,
.Jerry Idichelberger, De fildait.
Pursuant to a I cci f of ir,
in tile above sItated (A" ll "elI at,
public out,(ry to tie bfltest bidder, at
Iaaurens C. ll.. S. C., on akflesday in
December next% being .londay the ist
day of the moith, during the legal
hours for such sales, tle following de
scribed roperty, to wit:
All that, certain lot, piece or parcel
of land situate, lying and being in tile
corporate limits of the City of 1A41u
rens, County and State aforesaid,
fronting on Ilamptoni Avenue lifty
eight (SS) feet, and ruini i ng back itie
ty feet 190), containin'g one-tenth of
you own a Hol
r that has been
as the best valu
at holds the wor
Lnce run. A <
you--Call No. 4(
ve these facts to
J. Y. MIL
i acre more or less, bounded on the E
tst by lot of George Giles, north by
nds of C. 11. Roper and L. 1. Balle,
i the west by right of way of C. H1.
oper and L. G. Balle and on Mh e .
mth by Hampton Avenue Iwhich
etes an dbounds are more fullysset
irth by 'plat of a survey made by C.
Power, surVeyor, dated Sept. 2-1,
Ternin of Sale: cash. Purchaser to
ay for papers. stamips and recording.
the terms of sale are not compl ied "
ith, the land to be re-sold on same th
r some subseqiuent Salesday on saime
rms, at risk of former purchaser.
C. A. POW10R,
C.1 C. 11. & G. S., lanurenPls,- N. C. a 1
)aed, (his Nov. .1, 1919. 1'7-31 -A li
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unt's, Cure is especially com
pounded for the treatmnt of
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gist on the strict guarantee that
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