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IN FIRST MEETING
itepresentatives of all Nations, Hem
bers of Counell, Pre8ent Except
Ainerlenis. Next Meeting of Coun.
'll In London.
PaPIj, Jan. 16.-Representatives of
*IraucC, Great Britain, Italy, Greece,
IBelglutn, Span, Japan, Portugal and
,IlraZil, melbers of the League of Wa
tions, met int the "Clock Room" of the
.F1rench foreigii offlce at ten o'clock
Ihis morning for the (trst meeting of
Leon l3ouirgeosi, French relresettta
tive, wio pt)esided, said:
"Tle task of presiding at th' iseet
und miaguratinlg this great intorna
tional iistttition should have fallen
to Iresident Wilson. We respect the,
reasons which delay final decision by
our friends in Washington but. ex
Prees the hove that their difilculties
will soon be overcome and that a rep
resentative of the great American re
public will ocenpy the place waiting
1111n1 aiong us.
"Jan. 1N. 1920. will go down in his
tory as the date of the birth of a new
vorlId. Decisions to bie reached today
Will be in the taine of all nations ad
lering). I' the (coven1an1t of the League."
(14:i-l Cuirzon, British secretary of
foreign1 aff;irs au that natfion's re
rsent.a(t.it (n th" conn il of the lea
-On behlalf, of the. British I'tupire, I
desiru t e~ tlie loyalty of ty
govetunnt n.1 he xtenaldoinlin
iong of (it ri crown to the spirit
untiderlyin::he 'onant of the L'a
-it.% of Nai !i. I! . ou r intelitioii by
4Nation.; i an ex
'for, ,ZI WV 111el -
of" n i
hil u i
i re E~on Ferr.rhiI~al
41il n i ,t
miitiebi. fr li l -ni
I ( 0 da (Cunha. aim
" t -
ciation instead o
$1.00 per month
I Every man,
series that oper
Juiuones do Leon, ambassador t(
Prance, for 8pain.
Premier Lloyd George of Greal
Britain and Viscount Grey droppei
into the meeting at an early stage
Mir. Lloyd 'George soon retired, how
Luver, Viscount Grey remaining. 114
was invited to a front seat.
Premier Venizelos opened the pro
ceedings by nominating Mr. Burgeoi
to chairman. Lord Curzon seconde<
the nomination and M. Burgeois wa:
unanimously elected.- After specehe
by Mr. Blourgeois and Iord Curzon
Signor Ferrariu, on behalf of Ital
.,i(d his nation was glad to respond 0
the invitation "of the President of th,
American people." He mentioned th
skepticism amidst which the leagu
was born and said this was a fact t
be neither eraggerated nor ignored
lIe added that among the duties o
the league would be to give attentiao
to the high cost of transportation, th
high cost of living and the state o
Ambassador da Cunha, for lirizal
said his country would devote hersel
with fervoi to the work )f peace an
fraternity amiong tile nations. le rc
ferred to tle fact that he was th
only rep epresen tat ive from1 Aieric
present. an(d salid le was prolld to hav
tile honor of bringing assurances u
the co-opiation of pan-Amrilea 1
the ope-rat ion ; or the !wilvile.
Afteri tihe, delivery or the spee(lCa
\I. Ilonzrgt oi annzlwzonlned that the ond
iteil on1 Ilhe order of the day was Ill
ap1poilltilllt. of three el mels'li of th
C n111111 isiol to fix (he 1 n111n1darie
lhe \'arre. valle, woete withI onl
inen! 11 and 4ne by ('r11may. Th
n l -in d a; i's m '
Th1 :oml 44ln tho colnne
wi'l & n hi in int jl. ihn 6
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31FX ' Il C ::l- .T
1.m ric - %h ' li1d in 3lexit
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f paie ent
O( yu no.. that the 1|
Sy no fw f tht h
hen n leenoP:ayinge $ut m
wo a and c k : hil s weI
E 4 Ai MEMER
you Feb. 1thask owca
f an et.ac
o of thom were property owners.
The greater part of t'h testimonies
I was of the 'arller years of Carranza's
I administration and much of it of the
i)riod in whloh Francisco Madero was
filghting for power and during the
it was 'in 1911 that Anita Whatley,
now 22 years old and modern Ian
;Iguage supervisor of the state depart
lment of education of Texas, had her
iiadventure with bandits in Parral,
i Chihuahua. 11er father owned a dairy
there. fil was not at home one night,
-he said, when the bandits appeared
Sand deianded $5,000. Thei e was no
money in the house and the girl so
3 told them. Their insistence failing
to obtain money -they took her and her
) sister in the court of the house where
Anita was stood against the wall. A
f firhig tiiuad was ranged in front of
i them and the leader raised his arm.
L Again he received the same answer,
f "we have no money here."
"You gringoes certainly love money
b, better than your life," was his com
f inent and he adopted other tacti'es.
I ile drew the blade of a hunting knife
- acosi her throat and then told her he
o would cut off her toes and fingers if
a ;h11( id not toll hii where the money
e was. IHe removed one of her bedroom
if niippers and did slash her foot but by
a Hit tim h le appeared convinced tle
imonicv cold not be ob1 ined andl left
y li wa.s later arrested and the jiIdge
e a t ured the Whatle ys lie woul( be
e conviced. "TIM they changed jiidges'i,'
1, :ahl the wit ness, "and he was releas
' i i I iih'i .; south of (Gu aiyanias,
;. is fIather iund mother,
a1: nd -i.%, brothers Were living
n. r'I rm w nl the rlidlri II
hew )rother'Is were stoodl I
hw i : : Inc ) weall. hI e said, iii
i '1inives at ther h
;I( ;- motheri .1nd( -ister wer1d
bra t: 1Y il!;d hv ) the leadecr ol
11ro e and( the I,
I l ii Ii
tJt1urrisk TODAY Piicc 5c
For &a)-* loc y by
Dr:W 1rIte C .,I'ue! S. C.
IT IS THE EASIE
ING AND LO]
i own your "own" home
luilding and Loan Associe
mpted from all forms of
n join the Home Building
10 each month you will r
10 each month you will re
,00 each month you will r
.00 each month you will r
own home or if you owr
come to become a memb<
d and paymentsi
C. H-. ROPER S
0 0 e C e C * C e eO C e C e .* C C I
* J. THOMAS GARRETT. *
Gray Court, Jan. 17.-The remains
of Mr. J. Thomas Garrett, who died at
his .home near Gray Court, on January
10th, were interred at Warrior Creek
cemetery, the funeral services being
conducted by Rev. Hopkins.
The subject of this sketch was .born
August 13, 1845, In Young's Township,
Tjaurens County. In 1859, he joined
Warrior Creek Baptist Church, and
sainct that time lead an upright, Chris
tion life. lie served the two latter
years'of the Confederate War under
Capt. Elijah Cooper, and was a faith
ful soldier. In November 1875, he mar
ried -MIss Isabella Poole, of Spartan
burg county. Ile is survived by his
wi(low, two brothers, Messrs. W. L.
and I. P. Thomas Garrett, and one sis
er, Mrs. Jane Curry.
Truly, the county has' lost a good
:!itizen, and a gallant soldier has
leard the last "bugle call", las an
;wered "taps" the last time. May his
:est be sweet!
Wholeheartedly and sincerely do we
ympathize with the rolatives In this
larl( hour and with them would we
lay flowers, imolst with tears, o'er his
"SYRUP OF FIGS" IS
LAXATIVE FOR CHILD
Look at ongiie! lII-l1move oisols
from stomlach. liver, and14 howels.
\ 00 Irp "('allirnia" yrup of V;,Ii
S loo for ( the nII I Callifornlia
n apar;agk , (henl y~ml areV 11ur*4 your
ih ' i. lavinI .114h best anld most
arIinh , h a tive or. phy;i( for tlh!
Hh. .ioa h live 1and1 howels. Ch111
r:I lov- its; del-iciouls fruity inste. Vull
reIetimo:: 'oi child"; Ilol.; oll each
bottle. Give i. withoult f~ear.
.\lotherI' Your 1- -ay "Califor
Te B1idnAg a
ary 1st, 192
ST AND BEST W/
by making monthly payr
tionls are the greatest tovy
taxation by the United S
and Loan Association by
eceive a check at maturit
ceive a check at maturit
eceive a check at maturity
eceive a check at maturit:
Syour home do you want I
ar-but you must act quidl
made at Enterpr
ecretry and Treasurei
Start the New Year Right
By Protecting Your Family and Property Against
Loss by Death or Accident
Innure in the Old Reliable -
Jefferson St ndard Life Insurance Co.
Greensboro, N. C.
They Protect- o Against Loss and Accident.
Call and Let Me Explain Our Double Benefit and
Disability Policies. They Protect You.
W. T. MOORE, Agent
At Posey's Drug Store Laurens, S. C.
Sale of Surplus Government Goods
Army regulation Breast. Collar -larness, cl,:ctcd prime packer steer
liides used in production of this harness, hides tanned under Government
ipecililcations. 25 lbs. of bends at $1.05 per pound used to produco a single
set of this harness-which is nearly the price of the harness complete as now
offered you. '.This harness was adapted for hauling heavy artillery into aa
lion on the battlefield. Ivvery operat ion in the making of this harness was
0idly Inspected and passed severe Government tests. HitleAST COLLjAR
IIAltNESS Is a Staldard harn11'ess, Used for all irposes ill Etiropean countries.
There is, roughly, four times the pushing surface in this collar than in the
ronn11d collar. 'YOU ARIP TVA K[NG NO CHlANCICS-lT STOOD TI11tIM TWIST.
Place your order Immediately before the stock runs out. SINGLIN WthlID4
s.ETS, $47.50! l)ouble Wheel Sets, $90.00; SINGLE1 LIAU) STS', $7.50; Dou
)l;( Lead Sots, $70.00.
U1 .S. Army leather open bridles, cool, serviceable conditiol .... ......$8.70
U. S. Army web halters, adjustable, riveted at rings, double muider chin,
tlhr'oat latch and chvk pieces, each .... .... .... .... .... .... ..76c
iT. S. Army wool stilts, complete with coat, breeches and leggings, good
condit ion, dyed dark hue, very specla 1Tce per auit , , .... ....$8A
' \. Ariy wool overcoats, velvet colla , good condition .... .... ....$9.94
S'. Army hats; have bee i rebloeo , good condition .... .... .... ..9rc
.. Armv rain(oats, good se e cl'e ond ion...................
U . rily wool shirls, 11 got conditism, repaired, olive drah, grado
A, $15:1 grade 11, $2.50L . C. d(.15.
F'. KArimy olive drab wool blaklhets, perftl condition. Cleal and sni
, . w (eiht . 1s. Order thiree (1or 1r111, 1* th1y will be scarce tills
wn ter( l .... .... .... .... .... . ... .... .... . ... ..... .... .... $7.9.;
(- . \ m c m ecial g.rey blankewts, goodI conldition . ... .... .... . ...$*0.9 .
. ' .Armly vegnhdaionl Comfort., olive drAh and~ floral dein;p.ood, -wr
vicable condition. fill] size; rt norated( .... .... .... .... .... .. $2.95
' . Army he'atr; "Col" lhat No. i(, ielo trinIIIed, I ilhies high,
11; inlvce inside. .\n excelilli tu iovo; good( c ondition . ... .... .$18.40
S'. . .\ ooter.1,ON NTA R No. 5. 811% ie 1 high. 1; iniches ins ide $16.55
..\r y heatr., )I[( SP;\-':N No :2, .1.1 incles high1, .' inch s in.ide.
inl g*food serviceale ( onditilln. i1iilurns w-ood or coal .... .... .....
Pl' ok ! ni s,$1.40, $1.75. $I,.!5, -2.125. IT. "s. Army latives, 'w ach "!5
1er is:' S ,9 .l oIr do.'.n. 1'. S. .\rmy forklr, 10e o:uch. 50e fo' !ix, 75 per d1o1 .
'. . Arily dit :lpoonis, "Ic each. #,Qe per dozen. 1. S. Army wool under
war, len and Sanitary, gadoo( liditien, better (idlr a few pair's, . 95v per'
armn $i.55 psr soit. I' 5. Army ('01on blreeches, cleani, good condition,
M-:n mnt rial. pe:- nair $1. .
m iu in G renville. Include postare whn orlering gooth sint by pavrCel
. "01 it ' II\ ACK II' NOT SATI'ISPI I).
BRADLEY BONDED WAREHOUSE CO.,
QeIn -inh1ler The elornt' h il yiIII poweri of the Governifit ab ihjhle;; iu. to
oft'er you iteh low !'rices <A our goods.
id Loan Association
W KNOWN FOR SAVING
nents to the Home Building and Loan Asso
en builders that are known and are unique
simply giving in your name and paying
y for $100.00
y for $500.00
r for $1000.00
:o get a check for a substantial amount.
dy if you want to become a member of the
ise National B- nk of Laurens