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Ekom, AugV 30.-After several
weeks of rain, we are now having the
bright sunshine again and fhe farm
ers are busy now pulling fodder.
The woi k on our new school build
lug is progresslug- nicely and in a few
more weeks nwe will have a building
t ! : he .roud of. or at least
Mr. amd Mrs. Jeff Cooper, of Abber
ileen. V -1-., s)int aia week visiting
relativ s in this section. They will
be here a few week:- longer anl wNit
to J ll r ltv .
of - o .se tinst wee with
he spare 's. \lr.and .\irs. I'sart
-.D~ets-on a-ul dangil
- e e i 1:v:lyn .\r. a .\11 .
Ca r! b"tn !r. an ll- . Doni
lasi 'Iyand little daughter, and Mr.
ndi . Roy (Un'wrson vsi ited Mirs.
Ia s Iton ain1 dauanhter'i, Suday.
bI u raneli' M1c i )anIiel and sOn,
Vc I f ll il 'In an'!
ti'I' Ii chc
-o li t
V - a
be r I an11d faI t . J .('oa
I a I
an~ ily i - b1so e
Oei-a n akland gF .
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NOTE c: Oak
.rEmu er ctmurncal
Ben Coley and Mr. Weathers, about
seventy-five in all. At noon a bounte
ous dinner was spread under the shade
trees and this hour was also ejoyed.
After dinner all gathered In the par
lor and had singing and then all left
for home wishing MIrs. Elledge many
more birthdays just like this one.
Dr. J. G-. Cooper has purchased the
old school bilildling and lot and will
remodel the building into a dwelling
house soon and be ready to occuipy
by eary fall.
Ilorn to \lr. and Mlrs. H. 11. PIlnson,
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d . ' il A itl
i e G~sed Th I *tday 1 \' 1 l
Pa-:or .3 x o. Iiii- ap o t i :,I
to tt' har~llidlll Ir,.
imI(Iy anld ap:reei'nted. W
tlav a '', .lii ' nll i I1' tlut'
* (h a .' - .i 'l hiond n. te '
tonbr V h :av expetting a biN
t' ". 1.tt 1;:1d h o all the patrons
will om ndhae forth yclde
ctnowlld En and ltua
P'i os ve orc fedsytm
Marvel type. Cool 'i Oini
\ser: Dr n dae Ie y n 16c
-. Thin.1 it and .el. T. I I'r
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-adOnrs Rheglde ul
- 4 am andl;II f som l of I hI
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- mrsam --ursm
PLAN FOB WOULD
'urns'Away from League of Nations.
New Ground Broken.
Marion, Ohiot Apg 2.--Turning
way froim thte Versailles league of
ations as a failure and a wreck "be
ond the possibility of reconstruc
on," Senator Harding broke grounid
)day for a new' international ipeace
trictture he hopes 'to erect about the
rinciple of a world couirt of justice.
As fouidation timbers he proposed
Ire the better fetrIes Of the pres
at Igae tribi:nal and of tIhe coven
it of the "failed leag-ue" and he prom
4edl t hat fromt the day of his'electlon
v ouid give to tie task his hest Cffo rt
I counsel w ith the ablest Statesmenl
f the world. Detalled specifictions
o said li could not yet Supply in the
hailin:.: atmospihero of vorl condl
r. s a nd oiinionls. .
e i ll laia nomine'; deliver
ni l e amde in a front porch speech.
is gre.test atubiton and the corner
tn' of his program. he said, was to
1ain for A me rica le moral leader
ti:p it had "lost when 'aIiition'
:,ht to siperiiposse a reactionary
1heoy ol diseidited aittocracy upon
he 1" rit V e priie'It' of livin .
I' .\Mexico and tihe other west eIrn
-eublies he declared Iimsel f iea'dy to
xI 1'nd a helping hand. hut lie pro
'ouncelid a solem 1 a1mlition to the
worl tat all the reoirees of the
nited States would guarantee protec
lion to Aterica life and property
e verywhere. Professin alo his de
s-tre to aid the stricken peoples of th14
%l orbiI. tile can didat -e vronted
his entinbctt had led him1 ho
iote "wih grave' m ~igivin" for rat
i t.11 on of the lea gi e co Wnan r wit
rese'rvation.:. lIe allirmte- . that. h
"hil m.a i . (I I . i
hai eha edand thait !1:." lsher i
hu e tnited Stat i a';;. the
.\rticle Tti. he as
1- . - th' tidlth ;f a -i
.-.I - and I n olt hol I (I ]lot ]!avev
111( t world"
Iio tiquot. a e iara:1 ti n ofPm
I':y e tha t 1i ,I I i m !. - I i1
to11ed anW intr nti ona 11 0 to1
'i1 t t
That n 1,n. inl p)Ila wn. aM
:fo$ie. that ti Idm(h
liE MDitEL T34 GAis5M
e Ugphentcy Geu
on of Gasoline
George, spent a few days with friends 1
and relatives in Union last !week.
Messrs. J. W. Johnson, J. R. Frank
and i. Jeglin made a short visit to I I
Belton and lionea Path last Saturday,
taking dinner with their old friend
and schoolmate, Mr. Oscar 'Cannon, a a
very prosperous and Iuccessful farm
er. of that section. * y
Mr. G. .1. Ianford has been very ti
sick but is convaieicing sone at
preseit. Ili.-; daughter, Mts. Edd Ver- S
non. of Spartanbirig, has beeni speld- 1
ing, sotnie tinme With him11.
. araytun Garrett spent the week
Ind vith hi5 son, .\lt. Claren c G,.*ar- V
.\lr. .d .\ll s. Cilreice Ga rrett at
len !(-! tle (ar;Itt i(i oII at t t ie
Imilte of .. .\llen GairVt. last FrPi
da 'y. C
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\\a ts .i! s A g. ... Iev. l.
.\iati i ai a boon en ga:1ei int a s-eies of
i a Icoil(I I .a;iur n. chuire .i
dit; I te at' week- . recw I . Vt r,
hI blIIhere (nm n~n afternoonl. The
\\au M .i IlI conicert lil'4 furn.11ished
n"Iit..i c for. IIh, ocvea:<ionl. Thll ser-vicel
w:w i Vurh (enjoy(d.
. M. : arin will I in a revviva.l
in : ! uca.; Avenue llaItist
ih:: in -uda i i hI t, - '.4'pt. ^ .f).
v. t I n .; jus. t closedi :1
f. w days' meetin :-c : astd b
IR (v. .\ r. Iu e '
l~Ill n! Ii Ii
V . i: :: - v I n in(n.
) by .\li.s l'stor
aft r a .- day;'
\-.;it w . . . .\MI ioo .
No Worms Ia a Healthy Child
All chlidren troublel with worm:; have an tv
hiait hy c lor, whit iidintes poor bilo l, nnd av a
ru"thri imore o.- less, stennich disiturbance.
V i %s ST..-:SS chillTONIc I rdular.
f :-- or thre wecksi will enrich the h,! ;t . il
. -:! , a 1 net - a General Sitrergt-t
iur mon1ey1, Nore
E~ YOU GET IN TI
t d o it; simpiacity anti
dy year after year.
rifugal pump and fan.
~ay Report Between
Miles per Gal
lodels Just I
Gray Court, ~
not completed the obligation "to fur-(
' To- support his 'assertion that this
country could not have resisted a call
for help in Poland under 'Article 10,
Senator Harding quoted thto state
ment of President Wilson that the
moral boligation of the article iwas *
stronger than any legal obligation.
The nominee added that if tpIe presi
dent really wanted to help protect Po
land he easily m!ght cali on congress
to declare war.
.It is r -asonably safe to assume,
ho vever," Seuaitor .1larding coltil
"that the presidelit will not pur- ,
:ue hat coi is'. Fortlinately, hm ii
fnder nc. 'compelling qioral obliga
tion' munder the league to do so. llis re
-lit u1nh1tappy experie1n1' z 1c morover, In
asking cuIress to send Aimr,)'an
bvyc.. t) polle Arnueir. Voud hard!y
n111COu11age r;:et it onl."
Tluzn:ing to) iis- dleus.-ion of recon
-tiru1ction measumres tihe nom ilwe m4-td
he had 11o expectation whatever that
nothing but a se aate trt aty Vould b
tloir Ied Iti 1 put the natn en a peac
.asi-,. 'P;assag of a 4eso 1t i
i; pea(e. he aser!ed'. \wa- all t hat
%"aU; neIeSSa1ry to end the irtn "pre
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JON Eli N NE !VS
'd our inmiility to attend ta annual
reumon of t vei, i' ( . Co:
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.X -~L3~ n- b mink wi h t~A lW
.r and of
Vrnv' ,and - res: y Craord,
ile of re
buyt In ToukLn
n ~any og thxetr n~iCk .a.
of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Stanseli.
Miss Mary Jones azqd Mrs. Adger
jobb haye returned from 'Rock Hill.
We recently met the following
riends: Mr. Jas. Irvin, of Atlanta;
(enneth Baker, S. 0. Harvey, Ja8. Wil
Lon Mrs. John Major, of Greegwood;
foseph McNinch, of Now: Jersey;
tobert Henderson, of Branchville, T.
Wac Ropor, of Laurens, and Clarence
sharp of Donalds.
Meissrsi. Charlie and Douglas VSmrith,
)f Spartanburg. were recent guests
)f W. It. and .1. A. 11111.
.\ir. and Mirs. John Sadler, of Don
ilds and Mr. and M\rs. lenry Davis,
)f Ware Shoals, recently called on Dr.
W. T. Jones and family.
Al! li)lor to the Teniessee legIsla
lu:re for supportin : tle progressive
md just muasure of woian's suff rage.
I hope all farmers and their friends
will suixport li t resolultiols passed by
the Farim ers' meeting at Colui mbP ia last
Vednesday. and show the heartless
.peculators that they wil'l o sutmit
to being depived of a fair pri.e for
theit2 cotton. a.
Alr's. Willie Hudgeriguns, of Williams
zon. and daui'hte'. ..s. DIouigherty, of
Anderson. are v i irig the forier's
str. .\lrs. Dr. V. T. Jon
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Ilym ( , . .--\iiss iano
n:-a- n.. a'.'h h'er shis
-1 -tt Aut th3 Headi
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If.\VYE PRETi'V E YES
or (I woman is- pretty, t'f
eye ar rd, strainled or. have dlark
ri . SIrp I wi h& .r"-s o
.sietc., as m.ixed inl havowlik
y wa.-,lh, wxill br)1i4:ten. thlo eye- MAd
I'Z . l a r I' of
-' p 1;. -- . :.- yei ea 't y,
c orewn po a.- :;o u ahty am
32 x 4.
s, and 18 to 25
C. D. Gray