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II ickory ''averl; April 5.---After hav- Franco-Anglo-American convention de
ing a few month1s of vacation,1 all back ines as a castis foederis tlose dispo
as Correspoildit. sition instillcient to assure the plro
h'lhe farmiers throughout this section tectltio of France. It concludes:
are getting badly behind with their "The situation created by abrupt
work on account of so much rain. offensive of the German troops in the
Miss Myrtle ('ulbertsol, one of our Ruhr obliges tile French government
school tn' hers, has been at home sick today to consider military imeastires,
for tile past two weeks. We hope to tile execution of .which cannot be de
see her at her school 'work at an early ferred. 'Tihe sole object of tiese
date. Imeastuires is to bring Germany to a
Miss Rosa Mae Suimerel is on the (eC respect of the treaty; they are ex
sick list at this writing. jclisively of a coercive and precaition
NI r. +'rank Abercronbie, accoil- try Character."
palied by liss Iloimioselle 1ilackman,
motored to Seneca I-'riday afternoon.A
to spend Ile week-elnd with relatives.
TIO RIAISE IlONIs
Mis; W1'unio ili spenlt the week
end with homi'iolks ill Ilaturens. P1lan1s )l ad4le for Soldier Relief. F111111
Miss liatti' Puller was also a weeb Ac) IIUed
eti-d visitor at home inl the Edell com
\\ashington. April 2.-Soldier relief
i . . legislation with probable provisiol fo
Va "h ho uus fund which wol ld
I'd a numbI e I)kr of hr - lIit tl1e frienlds Saftur1
d itt a ft i f 1 v II . he )e raisedi byv a seale of luxuries ta.
w VI- aIpr oIWVedI t oday b tihe ithouse w ays
.1 . . uad meanis Colmmittee by a1 vote of Ia
to fi. Details of the bill to be recoin
mLi lendoed will be worked out by slb
Mr. Iiva .Suhmdsse.
f . ti. 1- : aft o 0111ilittees to itw appointed \l onday.
W nteriloo. Zpentl :4utui y afternoon with (
.\Members of the co1mmittee hope to
fle i, ua it s : tl,;,s to".a!,\.
i . otai final action by tile houste he
Miss8 Nlairie NAlhon. will is feachiiing
ray('ou-1-wins school, Was a fore the contemplated recess for the
lational political eoliveltiols., bilt they
express doubtl. whether action by the
senate could be had at this session.
WHY HAVE Senator Lodge of Massachusetts, le
"SPRING pi"li ln leader', after, coniference to
E E day witli other senate leptiblicans as
FE V ER"to futulre legislation in the senate, said
le though t tills Would icilde a ibill
Why Worr%. Fret, nill et Noth It tito give a money bonis to former ser
bliv. .l tiefraulse Yourl 11101l vice men, with i~irovisions for- a spec
i1al tax to raise tlh' liecessary funtids.
YOu'ill .0001) E N1DS S l-:N il I r'llogram alpproved by the house
E. N I N comlitt' declare't'r's ag ainst any bond
is se. It is iun1derstood to Ithave beeni
l'eolell N lmi s Tklo tht lit 411, I' iillt'd ly Wondeer-ifaile I411g.
full ierlie IIilod Tonlie. ['ev- ''ort Ii, leptid aii. Ohio. and was dis
to.1 lanln. Yur1' Druarist lilt It s'd a r l ltuigll ill exeiltive
Ih'ial '.Isn't it fooli.l to he h n- li
cappewd for)I welks- Iin tlw S-prinlg, . s
Ieaus. vou imlool is sluiggkih? Wile flit exat form of ligislation
Th.4riu pin'11 ays Youl ouai:\a o v iv 11l.c lm ilvd.
to tlj t . iistad f feeling In- eilsieil Wa said to hivi in a teu al
ha py liv an ali f I h- tep .ist too tired
0ut i1 an; hn_ Youl oulght to boe 1
finding nww vio ! or your work ill a i fi a al Igii t ilt
llit 1 ou pai' bf Owentiise y uri' blooid is
Vt1 , . ill n ti i51)ls, *l' blod . a i. It:; oilier sve ted planl of gov'
log l it h i t poisons. 1It 1- i i''itit aid 14) soliers and sailors
mlonthis il has huad too Ilitl fresh airI
ami has olght off mianyv germs. Al foi. building soni' htnes ot' obtailing
it. now has Iat-making propIetrtties owlieri of farulis wvre said iiy some
-that art' not ieeded in warm weathel.
Don't work u-nder a handicap," whenl mmeso h Cmitet nov
it isn't lecessary at all. Clear up youri' too many differences to be worked tllt
sluggish lood. Give it help. G et by Iegislation befote tile recess.
.omile of that fallolis hI ood plrifi r and the progiai is understood to have
Pett-.nI.gan is us1d by physi
einnis everywhere. You Cat liy it attl'5 of tile bouse assiliig early ecn
any drm: store in teitlher' liuId o,- lb- sileratioul for it.
lot foril, jiu st as you prefer. There's - ___ _
no differtne inl medicinal value.
Mlake certain that you get the genui- Cldo Cause Grip and Influenza
inle Itpto-Ma.\agan. Ask fol' AXATWE BROMO QuIdNE'Tablsts removtho
"Peto-\tangan" and see that the nai cause. There is only on "Bromo Quine"
is oi\l t\' h i W. GROVExS signature on box.
TO MY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS:
This is to state that after April 15,
1920, all business done by this concern,
including machinery, gas and repairs will
be on a strict cash basis. This has be
come necessary because of the large
amount of unpaid accounts which the
credit business forces us to carry. To
properly carry out the new plan, we can
make no exceptions. Our best friends
please not ask for credit.
We appreciate past business and ;rsk
for continuance of the same.
w. P. HUDGENMkS
Laurens, S. C.
Chuntuqua to Open Here May 17th.
Leading Attraction Gllbert. tnd Suli
livan's Famrnolus Opera "11. 31. S.
The program for the Laurens Chau
tauqua season has been announced by
the lledi)ath bureau, of Chioago. As
prevlously announced, the Chautau -
qua this year will open Monday af
'ternoon May 17. The program this
year includes Gilbert and Sullivan's
famous opera "I. M. S. Pinafore",
whose popularity when It was first
siaged along about the 80's was large
'ly responsible for the growth of the
musical comedy idea on the stage. No
announcement *has been made yet as
to the price of season tickets or as
to when the sale will he pit on1.
The following is the program:
FIrr A ft n1 .
lilt roductory exericises.
Grand 'oncert-Salbly Sammine,
singer, and .\liss .\lary Caieron, plan
Admission --we ad11(1 J tax.
Children 27e and :"e tifx.
Concert-Sibyl Sammins. : inger, and
.Miss .\Mary Vameem'on, piannist.
Lecture--"Pacing the Task."-Dr.
Admission 50c and 5e tax.
Children 27c and 3e tax.
Conert-ilmerson Williams Co.
.lonologue-To be announced.-31r.
V. S. Watkins.
Admission 50e and 5e tax.
- Children 27c and 3c tax.
S SIcond Night.
'Co.cort-Nlmerson Willhim.; Co.
Lectire---"low to be Young at Sv
,itv or Old at Forty"-1r. "arol 10.
Admlission 5A0e and ov tax.
Childiren 27c and :1'( - tax.
Th'li rI 3Iernhs:r.
Chibir in's hour.
oncert .1\ndel'ssolin Trio.
IL ture-"e \\'ond-r'I of HurI
lank"--- lenry A. Adrian.
Admission b00 aind e tax.
Children 27c and 3e tax.
('rIand ( Conitcer 1t--1au- ise S talIIlings
anl3d .endelssohn Trio.
Admission 77v and Se tax.
Children 36e and -le tax.
Grand Concert-New York Opera
Admission -50c anid 1')c tax.
Children 27e and 3c tax.
Concert-New Yor'k Opera Sing
L,ciure-"Iluman Nature and Poll
tics'-- Ole Reed.
Admission 50ic and Ec tax.
Children 27e andl 3e tax.
Ch idr1en's hour.
Lec'(turei'-"-'Hack to the arim'" -lion.
C. 0. .Jordan.
Adlmission 50c and 5.e tax.
Chlil drmen 27ie and 3' 'ax.
Gil bert and SuilliIvan's fambous 0 oira
"H. .\1. 5. Pinafore".
tSpecial scenic and Ilighting et'ec't s.)
Admission $1.00 and I10eo tax.
Chi ldre'n 50c andl .he tax.
SIxth A fternson.
L ect.ureo----".\loder'n Unr'est"--Dlonald
AdmIssion 50c and 5e tax.
'h 11hire 27c and :lc tax.
D el ighI ful Amerlcan comedy. 'Not h
lng btl the Truth.''
Admission $1.00 and I0 Ot ax.
(Children 50c arnd 5c tax.
Sev enthI A fternoons.
Childr'en's P'age'ant-"Th''le (Good
Conicort-Swiss Singers and Yodler's.
AdmissIon 505c andl 5r' tax.
Children 27c and 3e t ax.
Concert--Swlsh Singers and Y'odlers.
L.~eture - "Human lhilelency"
AdmissIon 5'0c and( .5c tax.
C'hildoren 27e and ue tax.
Scotch for Tough.
Stopping at the same boarding house
as8 myself was a young Sc'otsmani who
was atnnoyedl at every mienl by the
Inndindy(13 inquIring ns to' the nnme In
ScottIsh of the varIous nrtileos on 'the
tablle. On this psirtliular day she
passedh thle meat to hin sayi'ng, "'What
woulod y'ou call that In ScotlInmd ?" lHe
tried it gligerly withI his fork then
loiokedo upi serIously andl replled,
Tuesday, April 13 h.
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