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orn to Mr. and .lMrs. (ilbert M\. Ty.
1er, Tuesday morning, a boy.
Rev. and Mrs. J. L. .\cLi are spe-ll(l
Jig a couple of weeks at \lontreat, N.
Allss .\lary luton left ycsterday for
Chestvir to visit hel sister, . lrs. It. E:.
Aii 3lar;garet )timlap has returned
Ahoint after lA uding several weeks In
North C(troi1lia and1(i Teninesspe,
Nis Olli' Jons., of ILodges, Coliletoil
County, Is vitsiting.. her. Sister. .\lrm. 1).
Air. anid .\lrs. it. \V. (;,1lilan1d, (if
Fmuntainl Ilun , spentl l1ast week-end
witIh relatives inl the city.
.I Irs. \V. 1. Franlks is the guest this
exe k of .\lrs. \. A. 'C',o eland, at l'dnia-.
ville, lienar Ilendersonville.
.\iss Pattie 'Wilkes has returned
toie afte.'r a visit of several Weeks In
Aliss Pay iPooser, of Columbia, spent
a few holirs iln tle city yesterday, oil
her way to visit relatives al Ianford.
.\liss Don ie Counts left a few( days
ago for Greeiwood to visit rel atives
for soite tille.
Mliss Alma Coleman, of Cross ]ill,
'is spending the Week with her aunt,
Mlss Cleo Walker.
.Ilss ILouise Wolff and lit Jle sister,
and .\ lss Pruett, after a week's visit
to relatives here, have rett i'nedl to
their home In Anderson.
.li S. Margaret. Schueftlet'. of Ioa
noke, Ala.,. has arrived In the city to
spend several weeks with Mliss laudio
Mirs. V. W. Squires and .\lss .\nnie
Sqluires left yesterday 'morning for
Swannanoa. N. '., ;ftler visiting RIev.
and .\lrs. C. T. Sqiuires for some tile.
Mirs. C. C. Cunnhmhas return11ed
to her homle in .\lacon, ("a., after vlsit -
ing .\lr. and .\Mrs. T. 1. KCendrick for
Mrs. Connor tller and .liss Ilois
.\liller left last Satuird *ay to spend Se.
eral days witi relatives and friend..
Mr. (eorge Gai ,on, of Palm Hlellh.
Fla., arrived yest lay to spend sev
cral days with Illis parents; at Gray
Court, an, relafives in the city.
Mr. W. C. floss is included among
the recent aitomobile piurchasers, hav
Ing bought a Franklin touring ear
from \lr. .1. K. ilatton a few days ago.
' Ni1. Geo. 1H. Blakely, of the Laurens
National Bank, is a member of a camp
ing party enjoying an outing In the
mountains near liendersonville.
Mayor a(1 Mis. W. R. Richey re
turned yesterday from iendersonville,
N. C., where they had been spending
Vol. .J. Dunklin Watts has returned
to the city after spending a month or
two in the mountains of North Caro
lina and Tennessee.
Mirs. Rosa 1. Caine and daughter.
.lr's. James W. Powell have gone to
Dallas, Tex., to visit .\lr. and Mrs. John
.\1r. and .\lrs. 1R0y Smith11 and lr
Caiirl lil Smith and t~wo clildren,* of
('olumbia, are visit ilng their1 sister',
Mi's. J1. R. 1Ellis, on 1lamplt on StreeCtt.
.\lt. aniid .\lrs. \V. It. Ttcacham,. of lii
Ion. spient s;ever.al day13s last week wiith
31r* andi~ .\lr'. l.. .\l. Pli nhm ait thirCl
home onl the ( ross TIlli'road, while en~
t hrd'r'(i reur tif New York.
M\r. and .\lre. I. 1.. O'8hiits andii lit
tle soni, I. ..., .lr., of Spiart intotrg,
spent thie wveek-iid wV ith .\lrs.
311'. and .\rs. Y. S. ( ilker'son andi lit -
tIe hoy, Y'arte3y, .ir., have returnled to
t heir homie in (Greeniv Ill e af ter' xiend
ing a week with .\lri. and .\1's. 'W. ii.
.\1'. .1. II. lHalenitinie, son and dauigh
thei week at"'Waynesville, N. C.. ant
guests oif .\i rs. V, C. WValker'.
daiys' visit to .\1ts. ( . TP. I~:at ier ait
the0 Watts 31 ills. 3irs. Mitchell was;
for'merly .\iiss luthI Taylor, of Iloonie
M,. Richard D~unlall reCturn'ed yes
terday from Covington, V'a., wher'e lhe
wvent to inspect agr'i'ulturlai lime quar
lies which he expects to r'eprlesenit In
this se(i on thle comning seasoni. Other's
ini lis parity were' .Alr. ilampl Stone, of
ClInton01, anid S3ecretairy of S-tate, WV.
.\iiss lna ..gnc'.", of D~ue West, has
been visiting her sister .\1rs. R. C.
(Gray, for' several (lays. Wednin~(day ev
ening 31\Ir. andi .\1's. Gray gave a dei
tlightful d~iner party ini her1 hoor and
Onl Thursday eveninug .\lss Sadie Stull I
vain t'itatuined a fewv friends at
.\bilgist rate J1. N. WVriglht has returel'
home after a pleasant vit to .\1'. T'.
N. Hiolmest, at Pineville, N. C. Th'le
genial "JIedge,", whlo can hardly he
elassed as a conniolsseuri of food as It
all looks good to him, was very much
anid vegetables being especially plenti
fuli at the season of the year' gvhlch
hannened to 111nd him there.
GROWS MORE MENACING
Preifers of Englani and France Dis.
cuss Menns of Coping Agaiist. Mst
WVaiaw, Aug. 8.-I-remier Witos, in
a statement to the 'Polish ietwpaper
men today said the government would e
reltain in Warsaw inideillItely. f:
Asked regarding tihe foreign lega- M
tions, tile t;'tremnier' said represen ta. f
live. desirinig to stay with the govern- v
tii(t did so oi theil own respotltbil-- a
It Is annlotineed that Cardinal Rat- n
tI. I)pll ntinitcio at Warsaw, will. re
Ittainl in Warsaw if capital falls into I.
tle hans of the Ilolsheviki. ei
The newsjpapers today printed at- g
O'ies criticizing Poles Who are leav
Ing the city, declaring tIhey shoutId
not be allowed to return.
I lythe, Iangland, .\I . S.- --(rea-t I
itay]in and France are convilced that A
Ilh- Hoilheviki intenid to capture- \V.a r- t<
saw and set up a Soviet. government 1
in Poland. Ir
This as learned from an oilleial i
source tonight following an announce- it
ient lit ethi colference between Pre- b
ier Lloyd ( George, of Great Britain, I
.1nad Prei ier Millerand. of France, I
livid todlay to discuss the Polish situ- i
ation, that tte conference wolnd con
tinue tomorrow, wlen t he prem eirs ta
will pass upon naval, military and
econ3omtic plans for savilnig Polt .
These olans are liing drawn up to- I
night by .Marshal Foch and Field .
.Marsha Fil'r liHenry Wilson, chief of N
the British 'Iim perial staff.
These were the outstanding devel
opments of the day and followed an
ol'icial an notnent1 that the Soviet '1
government had druinitely reftised a
ten days' truce, reqtuestd b M .\lV.
I.loyd George as a result of Pridvay's
icetilng with the Itussian Itmission C
hleaded by .\. Kameneff and .\. Kras- t
While thele has been Io talk of of
licially declar'ing war oni Itissia, the
allies have decided .to give Poland all It
possihe naval, inmiltary and ecoitoilic
assistanice ' ithotut deay.
Tie pi'iliers received two niotes, it
from Moscow today it answer to Mr1 a1
Lloyd George's retlest for a truce. I
Tontight, they sent another note to the I
Soviet and also advised Poland to
seek a truce direct fromn tie tolshe..
viki, who indic1ated in their reft.sa of
the truce that if the request came dfi
rect from the Poles, it might have a 11
better chance of being granted. One
of the notes received from the Bol
sheviki today said 'a meoting of the
Poles and Russian had been called for S
Mink next Wednesday and that the a
Holsheviki preferred to make their a
own arrangmnents with fihe Poles.
1-t was reliably reported tonight
that the blockade of Russia would be
reimposed imimellately. t1
.\1r. 'Lloyd George has deferred his
promised staltement in the house of
r0omm111ons tomorrow uti01 Tuesday.
.\l. Mlillerand and his ptarty will ]lot
return to France untIl .londay after-t
Th Frenc'h arie uirgintg the eS tahI-b
Ilishmttent of a defensivye line in IPo
Iaitd, either' before WVarsaw, or Iimmite-I
Ilittely behindt~ 'the capital, if it is too
late nto..v tor' t' formter'. .\l .\l iller
treas 1:e ut sedi for this. hin', chtiefly for1
At Ithe tlost' of thlit confere c nce,
whvlich lastedl until after N o'cltock this.
''ventIng, M. .\lirand Ipresenitedl for'
lghe ap.prvil'V of the hir'itishi dle.:ateitt
ri'c Ielra tin h.; hmnl draifteud. ''Tho siub
st ance of ti s cotyt t ittedi a wvarntiin g to3 I
llermiany' thait if ani atitempi Is imadt'
lit aniy wvay to (cooperiate with th t
Itoishevik ittn armyz:, of the allies will
eupy th lit'1ia r tegilon aind o)ther'a
puoits in G~ermantt t etritory. .\! r.
Llo.yd Gort ge h.as not yet indt!ientetd
hiis apprhioval .f te decIartat ion, hi
lFrettch ciric es ibehovc t hat lie will
~greet to~ It, autd uihat. the waringt will
bie (conve "yed to fit tmanty cither i- iP
'cely or by an ~ite~ Id declartatiti.
Fuiirthieir iet ails of the nmeet Ing itt
Londton Friday be tein thle DlbIshev ikI
reiresen'ttat iveO andtt .\lrt. ILlyod G eor ge
w~eire learnedi('( tontight biy the Assoc' ~ited
Prtess. .\. Krtassint autd K~ameneff', ai
paretly th1louightt they would 1h e able
lo Indluce *thle .\osem'yu governmtentt to
r'eept the termts of a1 t'uce, andI the3
r'efutsal of the SovIet govertnent ia
aken In coniferen''e eire'(les htere ats
iteaning that Kamueneff andt Krasslin n
havye but intor infIutenee wv ith Prlir I.
VTe SuiI vana family r'eutnion wvIll he al
held thtis year' at Mt. Hlethel clhuircli it i
Laurtns cout y, Ont 'rTiihuda, 26t h I
nf August. Let all the relatives come
atn~d brIng dilnner'.
(;.FOR(;J0 W. SUL~jl-VA~N,
W M, '). SUJLIA VA N,
PAIlib WV. SUI4VAN, a
'C. C. PlATH1IDRSTONlC, h I
(1'OTIlOl SdIIVAN GJOOD)GION, a
Saturday evening .\Mr. J. . flennuett
ctertainced a few of hIs out-of-town
'Iends-at a slag dinner at hIs homi on
'est Main street. Aiong thoser
it r.'vre Mr. J. 11. Shelly, of liart
1le, -Ar. I. P. Aloody, of Allntale.
lid ir. T. P. Bled, of New Vork.
On Mlonday evening .\lis.. Florla it ni
vtt Was hostess to hIr i'e:c
onor of he. house guest, \i s .\n a
aurie Moody, of Allendale. An
iil'se Was sertved. Galmes; andi
ressive converdsa Lion Were en.joy fi.
Aliss i' ia l1ailes, of G(reenvills , ancc
ir. Albert (ray, of ('ay ('outi, w're
appily m1[arc,id it the Iavet,:
partlelits ill SGre'enivill. Saturday a,
'rlooni atl foui' o'clock. iteRv. I'otecr
ailes, brother of tle bride, ,erfori
ig the vereimioncy. The marria w a
hluit affiair, oily a few relatives an1
Itilmate friends being presenti. The
ride was attended by .\I iss .1 ea an
odson, of (rvenville, as mahl of
inor, and lice g'Ooim1's iest m1a(i1 w11
is brother, .\Mr. Carroll (;ray, of (tray
ourt. Iloth of tle young peo:1le. are
cemilbers of prominent faililies of thi<
.ctlon and tile ma crriage was o' wideL
t(erest to mancy friends throu lnhout
ie state. After tihe' ceremony .\Mr. and
Irs. GraIy left for a bridal trip to t'
orth and l'ast.
C'OMME ND C(OU'NTV FAIN 3.
resyterian 31inister at Clinton Pays
Visit to ('ominty Poor Farm id
'ouis A way Very 3uch lleased.
Thel( leltter below, address-ed tce The
linton t ron f icile, w:s clipped from
iat ,papler by a ci izeni of Clinton up
.a rentlly very much10 intevrestedl inl the
oun1cty PIooir Farmli and fotmVaride-el tc
he Adveriser' with le reeIlnest that
ditor' Clinton Vlronicle,
TIe people of Clinton ar.ce incter-sicd
i the County P'oor iarmi and oe'ccasi)on.
iy give exir'e'ssion to It. They wp:
iI'efore, e glad to know that a %1Su
1 tle, farm ani an insletioni of th1
mle rvPeals a satisfactory condition
The farm has about1 1100 acres nut 01n
w '.1 in good cultivation. The v.-rop*
re in goo(' condition, well] tilled andc.
le piemiliscs every.where show greal
ccpiovenients. ''lhe changcs %may b(
oticed in passing along hlie road
one old huts have been torn down
rid a new tenant house creoled. The
lace has been cleaned up ani tIowrI
re growing. If the crop cicdition
mctillues till the end of tihce seasoni
id Is gathered and sold tle farm will
id the year ,without public expense,
it inmates cared for and there will
stock, feed stuffs, etc., to br-gin an
her year's operations.
There are few innates there at Pres
it doubtless due to tle pros!:erity of
C country. These arc well cared for
lice supierlicte'ndent, .\lr. Satter'whit e,
id is wife I whlo wvas a .\liss Senn
eli oiknwnc people oft lihe Roc(ky
pr1ig seti on. T1hceIir enerlgy and~t
ilhifulncess art' shlownc in lice ordeliI
'ss acnd cilea niliness of' 0verty hcinc
outII. App~aren'ltly ever'ytlhcng is dlone
mak the ie intnia tes cmfortablc Ie anccd
c1epy. Two rockinug ecai.s I place-i
er' by~ lice indncess of a fri-encd hcelp
to old iadi,'. to wh'ile a':way thie hcourc..
'lhe iesenct eoniion oni the farmi.
ce calges al c''tdy mcade ctid iih,
Ircthier' ciprov'emencts -;lacnned mcakhe
e f'eel like giv'ing thcis word'e of pcrai.
lite mlancagemen('t ancd to the i ounity
iccnmcissioncercs, .i ('sris. .\loorc aen: A
, illakeiy, wh'!o hcaiiiened to be pre
ct whlenc I mcade my visit thcere 'e
iriay. I think they care to be c cm
encded for what thcey arE'eid(, te
ake t his cnubilie charitabele nst it c: len
credit to thie people of I. mrc n
:munly. liothi f'omc the vie'wpioint of
isinleas andc chcariy tingi~s are in tine
mditicon accd when'l lice prcesenu 'lans
- 1<cmple't ed the (' l~aurnccs ('ounlte
11)r Farmi wvijl Ice a dist inc? honorec:
i wIll meet'll nciceedis. Thle cimmis
oncer's hav'e bienc att'ntivye ande per
maiclly intlerestedl ancd I wishc to enta
initon, s.ui y 13' , 19t20.
r. Vauccghan c. lFaricer, Tei s Ilo uc ieh
i1,ist All Ills Prl'~'. Seed ('ornc.
''"Some tice aeg i senct away for' soe~
dli ..rced seed < iln. Put ItI icc ai c.unI
'y rck ancd I cccg it on a rope ss
nided fcrom1 ricf. Rats geot it all
w 1-.at it cmclmt they didt, bta cuse
goit a .e dead wihocpers ic thIe mlorni
g afteri nrying R ATi-SNA P.'' Th ree
'zes, 25.', 50t0, .$1 l0. Sold and gucarI
un's iruig Store ancd Kevnedy ilros.
Thie clb i'olis for lice D emioecat i
'Imacy for' Laurcens countcy wIll be
)te over' anti aipproved Icy It' lxeci
v'e Cotcmnitt e on Scatur day, A ugulst 1 1,
I::30) t)'clock in lice con cit our(iiit
mcae. Any person whco has compitlainit
make as to whly they shoulid not he
iiproved, wvill do so at that t imie.
C. A. I'OWiCR,.
It ('miniv 7cairmcnn,
An Overstuffed Suit i
and Roomy-Very Co
Illustrated is an overstuffed
genuine pleasure. It is built
very attractive, and all three
beautifully figured tapestry -
This is only one of doze
showing. Our assortment i
found in the state, with a re
And our prices are the mos
suremyou would enjoy seein
playing and we give you a
least obligation to buy.
S. N. & E
We the undersigned know .. R IL
we t hink lie is righit in saying that .1.
other' 'i end ila tes.
We are suir.' ifigs is ighlt In say3ing t I
wannt any Nattinalj Mysleni Eli Eilenl tin
uralvly the nelroes' wiould lu. &tlad t411
"O(n the board'( of edutiiufon of \\ash
withi~h''lets the. tenehersl ami manal)~ge
Lt0vernis thle im li i schlools, thlere arIt
at Waishington neg:roi hoESSES have~ gilven
to wh1i 'Vomieni.
Wh'len "''1 'le Sam"' takt's 4lharge oI
shall n ot mix in anly of "I'newle Sam's" ' <
We enn? see that11 .1. .1. .\IeSwainl is dIef,
te rights of t he Slate to manag l thel
affairs, suchl ats edthlion, ware'housess
rage, to try (rim~linals in the coiunfty who
cimie wasI' commfittedI to elec t 01ur own 1
in ' rle t) show~ lli t h eo lt thait I aml
lt' r. t~ f t l '.t ('m isi of I do
I~. ) l. '~n on as in tnJ . ('.
H iereisndn W fh-atin J yins tha
tien twb e HvrieofperSna
Ani' er i t n d 1)is 1 tfu l oeils o the .
prolai of' th ?le o rth s U'ltl1c I
A111 t lso I havI e oletter t'fr m nlin. A.
lid v1r, ain : . ioa r ri s.C11 SouIth (frolin''s
that is Large
Suite that will make your living rocrn a
first of all for comfort, yet the design is
pieces are covered with a combination of
ind single tone velour front.
ns of Beautiful Sets that we are now
s the largest and most complete to be
mnge of prices from
up to $750.00
t reasonable to be found. We feel
g the beautiful goods we are now dis
cordial invitation to call without the
II. Wilkes & Co.
ice For McSwain
tent From Union County
1thre \Xg f1el s in i tha he 8olih wih only one
oto t he vot 02ing 14ower)1 01 of , ' 8s'wo l
I n IIE1' So'thI' '. tru 4 d i(2nder, and1 that 1h4 li. the man
- Na- we wan to2 10 'nd to ( ongress,5
11 li' \X\ don't \ant any Yankee lntesWh
- ~ .4 all ed econo~m ists, ';oeloileiilS.it, I El JEIEEniin
Ioo lihiners wholI htaie endoIErs4ed thik 'eI " n ersal
Fre iC.E lueni na 111111 Sle b,.tti l 1 Icl e Snm a a
:1)4 and W on't w4ant anyE YanIk4'. thinker'. who:
ord) rs2 . 14 u r n'< I ito 1he n. 4I a forI 0 'I O~
.0121 and14 VhoL' thIi fe 12u' 411 f' whtitte .suprml n~~i(
ill m-- th' 11(1mi . h 'Il4rn St 5. \Ve belij( v II --8Li'
I they -l. 11. ID. t:t'ftAN S. (arpemer4i.
8uit- .\Iso ulEase refer2 to slt tment s aead p'i u bI
)'(' he 1i1(h4 d by J. Wate .Sanders, \\'. I). lIa:' .t
ethie'rs 1,. XX od ard 1 n J. R . ligg-s.
by J. J. McSwain
raght misinne f Agiuture, In ..!<4i'.
So 1. I Wann: Iaker. Pre ide o Ano en 1'(l
I sh. 1 A ssocia t Ion an on .lohn I s't .\le I '
'ationl. 4r I. . S natr : I South2 ('ar! 1:
lion. -'areh'use 0omsinr .showine - a IOl
(I 1 ohIoin cn :1 ~~s4) Ho'
Cox, twho wull be Oun r N ex rs
ysi Agan th <i f a NationlE. a
ys14I' Again Aa Natinal duca