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LEAGUE OF NATIONS
Its Guarantee Behind Treaty Stipula.
tions on Racial and Religious M1.
noritles in Poland. Balfour Preild.
ed At. the Sitting. '
,London, Feb. 13.--The council of the
Lcague of Nations concluded its ses
sions today. The next meeting of the
council was fixed for March 15 at
On the -motion of Paron Matsui, the
Japanese represcntativd , the council
agreed to place under the guarantee
of the League the stipuiations of the
treaty between the United States, i
Great Britain, Prance, Italy and Ja
v'an on the one side and Poland on the
other, in so far as they affect persons
belonging to racial, religious or lini
guistic minorities in Poland.
The council agreed to admit .Swit
zcrland as an original member of the
League of Nations,- accepting the.
Swiss government's conditions for
maintaining Swiss neutrality and her
refusal to participate in any military
oierations undertaken under the aus
lices of the league or to permit the
passage of foreign troops through
Swiss territory but agreeing to par
ticipate in any economic pressure aP
plied by the league. Switzerland's
admission to the league, however, is
dependent unin a Swiss referendum
confirming these conditions.
Arthur J. Ialfour, the representa
tive, who presided at the meeting,
announced that a coinmission coi
posed of members of the council would
Tie' Instructed to suinition a confer
ence of the States concerned to study
international exchange and finance
A Saar Basin commission was ap
pointed, consisting of M. Rault, mem
ber of the French council of State
chairman; Alfred von Boch Dandrath
of Saarlouis for 8aar; Count de Mol
Af.cT you cat-always take
(FOR YOUR R TMAbdf5~SAY.f)
Instuntly relieveu Heartburn, Bloated Gassy
reelinw. Stops indigeition. food souringr. re
x enta:g, and all th many miseries caused by
EATON IC in the best remedy. Tens of thou
nands wonderfully benefted. Positively guar
nittecd to please or we will refund money.
Call and get a% big box today. You dill ea.
Laitiriens Drug Co., Lzurens, S. G.
. po ic3
tke -Hyidtfeldt for Denmark, and Maj-'t
or Lambert for Belgium. A. fifth n
member of the commission, w.ll be
Each member swill be paid 100,000
francs yearly, the chairman receiving
an extra 50,000 francs for entertaining. I
The council agreed on a note to ,
Jugo Slavia, regarding Flume, which
it is intimated plainly informs thei
Jugo Glavs that same agreement must
be reached soon is quiet if to to be ex-I
pected in the Ardiatic. 'Premier Nitti
of 'Italy is reported to be satisfied
with the note prepared today.
Although M. Trumbitch, the Jugo
Slav foreign -minister is in London, lie
was not called into the conference to
day. The council's note probably will
be handed him tomorrow.
So far as can be ascertained the
council will make no concessions from
the last proiosal sent to the Jugo
Notes to Holland and Germany thel
former enlithasizing the unanimous
view of the Allies that the presence
of the former German emperor in Hol
land is a danger to the peaceo of
iKurope and al)Ialing to 1ollanid nlot
to create greater (ilicultIes by in
siating on- Isl right of asylum, and the
latter dealing with the Allied extra
(lition demands, have been completed
and will be dispatched hnimnediately.
The council colS-nd the riuestion
of not making pIIbtlic .he texts o! the
note until replies to them had been
received, but nothing definite was de
* JONES NEWS. *
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Jones, lFeb. 14.-Miss Mary Jones
was recently called to Rock HIl to
71 m'Iza patients.
Influenza is again prevalent here
and we find the cases as severe as the
iIonl. .1. F. MIrirsen is repairin:
'' ;*1 on his, place.
D)r. W. Tr. .lnes was recenltly calle('
iofessionally to Greenwood.
We are inideb~ted to our good friend,
.\lr. Clelandiml I olaid, for a recen t kind
[()]wwllnan War, ShOoals Masonlie
lodsI are do!ing- a areat dleal of work.
.\Mr. ".i110houn1 1 1eeks has nom.ved to%
.\ ir. Wood wa rd of Goldenl (G ove was
the recent guest of .\lrs. 1)r'. Towne
.1 M I1P S.
.\li:;s Ielite Jones Is at home witi
he Ilparents. 1). and Mrs. W'I. . olies
)o It No,
.re in a pos
men with i
Laurens Bank I
mtil the influenza, subsides in her JA
Mr. iPhillips is ipushing the work on
he Dixie H1ighway every moment the
\Ve recently met the following
riends, Capt. .1. 'B. illumbert and - (r. b
Jack Monroe of 'Princeton, Rev. Frank
Bramblett of .\cCormick, and Oscar 01
Illded0erosn of Laurens' r
We were very sorry to hear of thei
recent death of our cousin, .\rs. .lollic a
rucker, of Laureis. She was a daugh- I
ter of the late Capt. Wil. Scott of '\t.
Gallagher. She was a most excellent
woman and was greatly loved by all
of her acqunqintances. i
MeowirA. J. A. and W. H.-H.ill have im
proved their farms.
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UNION MEEI'IlNG. *1 a
The Union of - the Fourth iivision
of ,aurens Baptist Association will
meet with Hethabara Baptist Church
on Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 28th
and 291.h, 1920,
Saturday, Feb. 28th.
I1:00-)evotlonail service. Pastor J.
G. Wilson. Subject, "Tle Lordship
of Jesus, our hope, our inheritance,
our power." 1ph:. 1:5-23.
11:30--The Who, the Why, the What
of a Pure an(i Beautiful Life. Acts
9:36, .as. 1:37, 90cci. 12:13. W. P.
Cuibertson, T. S. Langston, J. C.
Miller, T. J. Coleman.
12:30-Intermission for dinner.
1:30-The ipreparation of the preacher,
the power of the Gospel, and the
joy of the hearers. Acts 8:5-8. B.
Y. Culbertson, W. C. Wharton, R.
D. Boyd, J. G. 'Wilson.
2:30-What are some of the fruits
You are expecting from the recent
75 million campaign and on whati
conditions? S. '1. Goggans, A.
Homer .loord, T. F. Madden, .1. II.
Wharton, C. IE. Vermillion.
Sunay, Feb. 29th.
10:00-Snday School. Sdpt. J. Frank
ii:00-Address-yow best to make l
complete an1d lasting the victory of
the 75 million campaign, espeeiallyi
in llrelis Assoclatlioll. C. 13. Bobo,
oi. J. G. Wiisoni.
I I:30--..\issionary Serillon, ev. C. E.
Vermllioll. or tver. .1. G. Wilson.
I W. I'. Cuher'timson, SCe.
Fire Lses. and . ieu.
The ;4 11:S i kA l .6w a a r;:41 e
:*.-J)00 P1.10 e r while )15.0U0 er
Pdi. 41r a ii ij111ured by lir( each
y and G
ition to har
f ive per (
ais this year
unor Conilrmed that Efforts have
Been Made to Buy In Piedinont.
Spartanburg, Feb. 14.-One of the
%t known cotton nanufacturers in
is region and owner of more than
i0 large cotton mill confirmed the
port that has been current for some
mie that Japanese interests have been.
.tive in their effort to buy cotton
ills of this section for the purpose
nismantling them and shipping the
inchinery to .apan for installation in
ipan mills. Some weeks ago, accord
ig to this man, the representatives of
ch interest approached a. mill owner
nd asked to be allowed to make an
ispection of the property with the
lea of purchasing It. It was allowed
nd tihe sale of the property came up
)r discussion. The mill under consid
ration cost $1,880,000 whenl completed
ily a few years ago and Is equipped
rith modern mnehinery in every de
artillelit In good physical condition.
he .Japanese rupresentatIve said they
ared nothing for the buildings, the
cal estate and the boilers and shaft
nig but that they would pay $3,300,000
ash for the machiery, .which had
ost $900,000. The offer was placed he
ore tihe hoard of directors of the mill
tnd was rejected.
The same authority said that .lapan
s interests hiave purchased one or
wo smaller mills in eastern North
Iarolina and some In New ,England
tand will dismantle them and ship the
nachinery to Japan.
COLD ON CHEST
AND SORE THROAT
You Get Action with Mustarine-It
Drives Out Pain In Half the Time -
It Takes other Remedies-It's
the Quickest Pain Killer
Stops coughing alImost Instantly; ends
orn iiroat and clest .o41s over night.
lNothint( Ilk It for illl, lead i m.111balgo,
nitis id to speeivly drive nway rheu
tuntIie painls na 1, rltiie* sl uwollen joints.
Minelarinle is thke orlihull nion-blistering
presiriloitll tha1t ta 's 11the phicel but In
10 tI n1, 0telent is ;riodinother's old'.
fisl ilu'd iIuItzard jlaister. I 'he It for
0r11 r in. brial '-s. sore nulscles.
sif n ek, swellinos. sore, paInfil 0
fr.tll, fe't and141 4ch0ilbain.s. He sure It;
i e N I tiAu rin In lthe yellow box.
~IS. IT PR~
~dle your F
:ing in Eight Cc
The Economy Car--for particular
people. The DORT has Cantilever
Springs, Three-quarter Floating
Rear Axle, Circulation Splash Lu
brication System and Thermo-sy
phon Cooling System--ranking in
these respects with 'many cars
ranging in price from $1,500 to
$2,700. We unloaded a car-load
last week and have only one left.
Vincent Motor Car Co.
Laurens, S. C. Clinton, S. C.
rs ifn the State
L First List
arm on our new
ssion. We have
itly we can give
Laurens, South Carolina