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NOTICE OF LECTION.
State of South Carolinal,
County of Laurens.
Whereas, petitions signed by a legal
number of the qualtiled electors and
free-holders residing in Dials school
district No. 6, Laurens County,
South, Carolina, asking for an
election upon the question of voting
an additional 3 mill tax upon the
property in said school district, to
be used for school purposes, have
been filed with the county board of
education, an election is hereby ord
ered upon said 4uestion, said election
to he held onl the 17th day of Juno,
1920, at. Barksdale School Building,
in said district, under the mlanage
ment of the trustees of said school
Only such electors as return real
or personal property for taxation and
who exhibit thelr tax receipts and reg
cration certificates as required in
the general election shall be allowed
Those favoring the :3 mill addition-.
al tax shall vote a ballot containing
the word "YE'S" written or plrinted
thereon. Those against the 3 mil.i
additional tax shall vote a -ballot con
1aining the word "NO" written or
priited thereon. Poils shall open at
the hour of 8 o'clock in the forenoon
an:1 shall remain open until the hour
of 4i o'clock in the afternoon when
they shall'be closed, and the ballots
The trustees shall report the result
of the election to the county autditor
and county nuperintendent of -educa
tion within tenl days thereafter.
R. T. WILSON, Supt.
416-2t fly order of County Board.
NOTICE OF 'LECT1ION.
Slate of South Carolina,
Couinty of Liaurens.
Whereas, petitions signed by a legal
number of the quallifed electors and
free-holders residing in Waterloo
scohol district, 'No. 4, Laurens Cotin
ty, South Carolina, asking for anl
election 11pon the question of voting
an additional 4i mill tax upon the
property in saidl school district, to
be used for' school pur'poses, hlave
been filed with tile county board of
education, anl electloll is hierebiy ord
ered upon1 said (question, said election
to be heCld Oil tihe i7th day of .1 unte,
1920, at Center 'oinit School 1111llding,
in said (listriet, under(1 thle mianage
menit of the( trustees of saId schlool
Only 5such electors as r'eturln real
01r lersonal proplerty. for Itx.ationl anld
whlo exhibilt their tax receIpts and reg
1st ration cerlificates as required in
thle geinral elect Ion shall1 'be allowed
Thlose favorintg t he 4 mnill a ddit in
all tax shlall vote a ballot containing
tile word '"Y llS" wrlitten 0or pri1nted
thCeion. TIhose against thle 4 m1111
addititonal tax shallI vote a ballot cons
tamning thle word ''NO" writtenl or
prtinlted thereon. Polls shall op.en at
thle hour or S (i'cloick in tile for'enoon
and1( shall rema in open untlil thle lhourI
of 4 o'clock ini the afternoon when
they shall lbe closed, anld the ballots~
The trulst ees shull report tihe resuti1
of the election to tile coulnty auditor
and~ counlt y iiuper'In3tendent of cclduca
tion witlijnl ten (lays thlereafter'.
11. TI. Wl'TSON, Sup lt.
46-2t fly order of C'ounty lloard.
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nervousness and silkness.
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WORtK ON PLATFORM
Plank for Treaty of Versailles Pro
ides Most Difficult One to be
Chicago. Juitne 2.--With the conven
tion circle of partY leaders virtually,
colmPlete, the lRepi-blican platform
biilders went seriously to work to
night on tle more troublesome of the
planks remaining to be fashioned.
One of these was the'declaration on
the treaty of Versailles and tUe leaguc
of nations; a subject of long standing
disagreement and bitter controversy.
Another dealt vith the industrial re
lations, bringing into contrast widely
diverse schools of economic thought.
A third related to Mexico, always a
topic of debate, and now somewhat
complicated by recent developments
south of the Rio Grandc.
On all of these, entire harmony was
predicted by all the party leaders,
although most of them conceded that
some interesting scrimmages possibly
reaching the convention floor would
have to be fought out before there
could be an agreement.
With the belated arrival from
Washington of several senators, repre
senting extremes of Republican opiun
ion on the treaty, the long senate
light over the league of nations vir
tually was transferred to the confer
ence rooms here.
The Irreconcilables and the mild
reservationists of. the senate are :
pared for a hard battle on the treat-y
plank. Senator floralh of Idaho, a
leader of the irreconcilables, -
late in the day with a plank which
will have the backing of the John
son forces. The mild reservationisj s
held numerous conferences and pre
pared to draft a plank for submis
slon 'to Ogden Mills, chairman of the
executive committee on policies and
"We will submit our plank to the
resolutions committee," said Senator
Boralh, "and if mye de not see it in the
platform, we will offer it in the con
With the plank on Mexico in its
formative stage, there was a general
feeling that littlel trouble would be
encountered in bringing an agree
.nent. The declarations prepared at
Washington by Senator Fall, of New
Mexico, however, providing for Ameri
can intervention unless Alexico nend
ed its ways, ran into some opposition
and it was suggested that it might
be modified to omit altogether the
reference to possi)le military inter
ference by this government in the
regime in Alexico City should be -with
held until certain guarantees had been
made. There would be an attack on
President Wilson's Mexico policy and
a general statement on the necessity
of protecting American rights, Two
former American ambassadors to
Mlexico, .Henry P. Fletcher of Pennsyl
vania, and Henry Lane Wilson, of in
diana, are in consultation here with
other leaders on tle subject.
Shaping the industrifil relations
plank revived many 01(1 animosities
and brought into focus several of the
issues raised by recent strikes and uen
rest. On this plan the snplporters of
Senator .Johnson are generally ex
ilected to have a program of their
own~ and various other elements of the
Party are counted on to bring in pro
posals that wvill run counter to the
views of sonme delegates. None ,t.
these eiements has yet disclosed its
hand, however, and the whole subject
ia in flux.
IIIT~iS OF" PI' ULi(' NOyi
SI 'PE illol. TiO '1'01 Jm1t's
DJE('LAltEiS S.LW GOMPElIM
Waishington, Jutne 6.--"Th'le public
has no rights which are superior to
lie toiler's right to live and to his
right to dlefend ihmself against ope
pression,'' Samuel (lompers declared
In his referred replies to thiree ques
ibms asked him by Governor Allen, of
Kansas. ini their debate at New York
.\iay 28. .\l 1. Gompes' repilies were
made ipubl ic I igit by the Amerlcani
lFediorat ion o f Labor.
(Governor Alien askhed whether the
pli )Ic has any rights~ in a strike "'af
fect in g the produttion or dlist ribttion
of the necessities of life, thus threat
ening the pu blec peace and impairing
(lie pu'blic health," and if so, howv
wouldl Mr. Gompers protect those
rights. lie also asked who controlledl
the "'dlvinte night"' of emnployes to (luiit
D)clatring t hat union men and wo
men formed one-fourth of the putb
lie, Mir. (Gompers said1 strikes in wvhich
the public peace have been threaten
ed, "usually have been strikes in
whieh the em ployera, or' public of
ficials influenced by emnployers, have
cr'eatedl the brieaech of peace by the use
of t hugs, armed guards and dectee
"LaQbor'," continued .\lr. Giompe"n.
''lis no delsre to cause iaconvenIence
to the public of which it is a part.
The right to strike must be and wvill
be maintained, not only as a measure
of self defense and~ self advancement,
b~ut as a measure necessary to public
. * .. *ae* . a S.e e.
.LANFORD NEWS. *
Lanford, June 7.-rs. C. L. Wal..
dyep entertained at dinner Wednes
day, com'plimentary to Mrs. Wiley
Moore and mother;'M\ir. 1luff, of ino
ir. and irs. George il-farlan, of
Woodruiff, wrere visiting their parents,
Mr. and irs. (". Al. hlarlan, 'Sunday.
Mrs. C. ID. 'Cox and daughter, Miss
Lillie Mae, are in Greenville on a
felicitous occasion-tiai. of seeing
her son, Fred 'Drummond Cox, grad
tiate from Fuirman >University, which
is a great honor, and we undlerstand
he is finishing with .great distinction.
.\luch to the delight of their many
friends, .\lessrs.. Yates' and Charlie
Waldrop are returning from Wofford
College. 'Mr. Charlie is here and Mr.
Yates to come this evening.
'Mr. James Fleming is home from
S. Ck. University. All these young men
who are returning from college to
Lanford are much appreciated, alid
justly, and will ere long do their alma
Ar. W. E. Bobo attended service at
the 'laptist church Sunday, and dined
with Mirs. W. -1'. Drummond.
Misses lla Fleming and 10lizabeth
Martin are visiting Miss Carrie .Fow
The members of the :,issionary So
ciety of the M.lethodist chulvch, are all
urged to be present Saturday evening
at 3 o'clock.
Mr. Frank Drummond was in Foun
tain Inn Friday on business.
M\r. and 'Mrs. .1. T. 'Burgess and fain
lly attended services at 'entral .Sun
day evening and were delighted with
Mr. Kennedy's .ine sermon.
Misses Margaret, Mary an(d Eleanor
Drummond leave Wednesday to spend
several days with -relatives in Troy.
MIr. Burnett and family, Alesdames
C. ). Cox and .1. 3. Iiggins attended
church at Langston Sunday, in the af
Rev. Mr. Sexton filled his regular
appointment here Sunday, at the Bap
It is Miss Carrie Lou iliggins' plan
to attend the summer school at Rock
11111 and to leave next Monday. No
young lady will get more out of the
work there, or get more by absorption,
than 'Miss Carrie Lou, who is ever
issceptible to environments.
.\Mrs. Charles Vincent and children.
of Iaurens, spent several (lays last
Week with lier mother, Mr's. W. 11.
lDrummond, also Dr. Bailey's family
from Clinton, which tmade a hapIpy
Mrs. Maxy Patterson and daughters
have returned from Spartanburg, to
their home hiei'e, for the summuer, the
schools having closed.
'Mir. and Mirs. Don tHinurn1s made their
regu lit I Sunday evening call to lie
dear old grandmother, who is always
waiting witi open arms, for them.
Crops and gardens are line here.
'I'he times are looking prosperous.
PLIAN ["011 3EXI('O)
Pedillon Mad1~liie by Satitmel (Aompesrs.
Score(s lFac'e Ih'epor1t.
Wiashiington, .Junc :t.--Samuel Gom
Ipers, pr'esident of the Amer'ican Feder
at ion of LI abor.' decIa red In a for'mal
sltat emen t tonight that wvar between
lie I 'nitedl States and( .\exico would( re
sutlIt from the ('a rrying out of the
rCcoi1miendlatlonus of tihe senuate (cmi
mnittcc wvhich investilgatedl .\exicaa
'"Thle r'epor't of the senate( t subcomi
miittee Investigating 'oniditions in
Mexic lo, under1(1 the chatirmnansh ip of
.Senat or AlbIert 'hi. Fall.'' Mr'. Gom pers
54aid, ''mnoutnt.4 to a decla ration that
unless the governmlenit ot M~exico re(
wr'ites its 'onistit uttion in accor'dancie
with th le Idea of Americani oil and
in ng in terest s the governiiment of
thle 'n ited States wvil I'inter'vene' ini
''The report of Sena tor' ial l's (Cm..
muitt(ee dcimandrs a nutmber of spmecille'
ch~anuges in the Mexiclan (const i ittionv.
'These chantges would( he thle consumi
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