Newspaper Page Text
MaSSachutsetts Seaittor Mlkies Vigor.
our Assault on Artlele 11) of the
Atigusta, .\Ma In. Sept. ..-.\nt a fack
on Article Ten of the covenant of the
League of Nations was made in an ad.
dress here tonight by Senator ,od age
of .lassachisetts. lie charged that
Presidelnt \\ilson's purpose was "to
te tle power (f all nations InIembers
of thLe Isaguie to carry on w.ar, an(d
added t1hat. "ourl ight Is against that
c-nceptimo ow the eau.",
"Wv ol ig1ht not to accept lly cove
J.ait whicl in! ally wv.ay colid be llade
loI ra y olt .\lI. \\'ilsol's Jill tpo s ,
S( nat.or ILollgo said. ".\, r. Wilsonl, it Ia
I r1e, . ' nlot a nt olui.i:Ite, bit we are
tightiig Wil;oiismnt, whicl. is at sys
tviin of govor1ite in. alwien to oIr coI
stitutiol and ou r traditiols, and (ov.
,'ox has promised- that. if elected he
wolil1 0111 .\I . Wilson'1 omise
and go into the eiagile. Senator Ifa
lin1, has saild thalt le would not, go
Into tho I"agule as pltesented by Mr.
Wioll. The isue is lIrnwi and i.,-s so
clcar- that n, m1.an can iII sunildcrstalnd
entiitior l.o (g, ret< uled the charge
lhat "the ipleIge ill the first sentlicnce
ef At Xie N Is an ilidlividlal pledge
of the *.nited Slales to 'respect antd
Preserve ats againist. externial aggres
sioli the terrilolal integt'hy and ex
istinlg political inldelletlcle of all
Inineiheis of the leagie'
"The' only allision to the lIge ill
Artil e X." ie stidt. "is in the second
SeI1CtIe and the opliio)n of the ,ieagIne
is I1(re colifilned to advisilig whlat
"rte each of the nations shoul take
;i I s.tainling the guarantee.
"llit this Is not all,. A great deal
is timde of the untailmity reit I etIuiired on
itiost cutest'1le ts for action by tile coI)l
cil and it is ,therefor, a rl led that
ou. ingIe vote will serve as a veto.
Th'oretically that seems eneliusive,
but in 'actice i. '-e were P -rrseni..
ed in the I Vagiie it. would be imtillps
sible to ayi what o I 'preseitalivo,
actinig inder tihle ilst t'liet ions orf tite
resideit alolle, ll1hll commit. us to.
LAURE NS IRUG C0., Laurens, S. C.
.0. Langdon Long
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Enterpr ise National. Bank Building
All Legal Business Given
OIl 'Tatks and~ Putips, AIr Coim
pres~sor's, C!omputing Scales, Floor
Scales, Shiow Cases, Account lleg
Ilt'rs, Itebuil~t (Cash Registers,
Safes, S'tore FIxtures.
THlE HI.AM]LTO)N SALES 0O.
C. C. Feathterstoni W. B. Kniight
FEATH'lElSTON)E & KNIOHT
Attorneys at Law
Laurens, S. C.
All fluiness Intruisted to Our Care
Will Have Prompt and Carefui Atten
Offlee ovecr P'alinetto flank
Mr. Featheratone wilhl apend WVednes
day of each week in Laurens,
W. M. NASH
Terracing :: Leveling
Gray Court, S. C.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, South Carolina
Office in Peoples Bank Buildittg
C. E. KENNEDY & SON
Undertakers and Embalmers
Calls answered any hour day or night
Simpson, Cooper & Babb
Attorneys at Law.
WIM Practic~ in all State Courts
Pronspt Attenti nu Given All Business
Blackwell & Sullivan
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
P're'pt Attentlen Given AUl Business
Money to Losa on Real Estate
.Tele b oS860
PASTEUR FAILS TO
SAVE LIrrE BOY
Lad Dies ofltaibles Despite Adminlis
tration of Treatirenit, Such Cases
S'artane rg. Sept. 1 2.-The death
of A-year-old WIlliamt Pranklin. Turney
'iday (jel'in, d1u to rabies, besides
Wein' n. e''uliarly sad one, is a death
til:at will a crat wide attention as be
ngoe of irthe very few instaices
.here a patient givent tite 1asteur*
tIeatment f2:iled to recover. The fun
eral of the little fellow will be held
th; afte'rno:mI from tihe residence on
SIouth Church Street, follo wed by the
Intermnent i'i I Hetlhehei chutrehyard.
Dr. A. It. Pike. the attending physi
'Ann, Ftuted yi'' (r'tier;y :titrm .
according to the records of eight
year-, olit of 11,0110 who took P'asteur
ireatienti only 7 died. lie Said that.
the report froi the l'astetrr hrspital
shrvows that only onr-fotrth of I .per
cent (die. Th ir sday. when he was posi
ive te . lite Turney boy was suf
ferning frorm rabies, I)r. Fike asked the
oldr-t pralticin, physician inl Spar
ttni'0rrg county if he had ever .-een a
<ase and the veneralde mcdito re
plied that ie had not. ir. Fikhe menr
tioned this fact, he gaid. to illirstrate
tire rarity of sueh eases.
Williata Franklin Turn'rey wars in the
f or' of his grandfather ci anFuith
Chrith St reet \Vdnesd:v. A tist I.I
lav' abiotbt and as fi!l of life andl
enier 41s ' bar'ifooted younrr-.'ter
could th . 11v ran 011.. to. tle side
wa for a moment. .Ani ordinary.
r-imttiinut ive siz.el mUr dog canr down
lhe street. The ennine prng ar the
lad and snapped himr oti the forchead.
.j1mt .bhve ihre itlft eye. The woutid
was very slight. The skin was broke:i
in one place, iut tihe lirt'-narrg the
set of tIhe dog's jaw whtelrkd tr) trertry
iuch as when a hen w itht cikr n
scratches ote on the wri.-t or bacwk
(if the hanld..
The insigniicarnt er' tr aross thie
st reer and hi a dog ielonging 10 a
negro: sped on and hit, a dog belong
inrz to Mr. Dillingham, arid later' ern
tred a :orheil ott Souti ChuIitrrh Street
to light with a dlog. At (his point the
father of tire youth hitterr appeared
and shot. tlie dog. The head of the
animal was sent to ('olurmbiria. TIre
report came back that tie( dog h1a'
On Friday, August 13., Dr. Fike ie
ann a Ilninistering Past iiit realtment.
The lad was brotight to his offices at
tihe required ties, and '. Pike says
!e wourld get rr1i on tle table, st retch
hi iself out iand submit to the inece
tion of th serum without flinching a
iutsele. It fact ie says le does not
reeenllr' atnyotne ever mtra1ving taken tire
tratrmet. bett'r than this stoie lad.
For the timnie reqiiired the itrea tment,
was ad nist ered and e t v rytig
seened to I' golnt 'well. The pat
Week, 'however. tire, little felow show
ed signs of fever and a listIess dirp
sition, as if lie did not care to 'eli wor'
ried. Thu rsday, ')r. Fike made tihe
test, that proved ie was correct iin he
S.eving the holy had rabies. i )tI. Fikhe
says t hat withut. t ayinrg to anryon e
whlat h.Ie initendted dotig, lie liro(ure'd
a glass of water anti hroldinig it 1:ehiind
him as Ire aidvaricedt Iowar tht ~ e yoth i
rresented ii at (lose rarnge witht thtc
remia r'k: "I vwanti yout t.o takhe thiis for
rme.'' At thre sighrt of tire :water, says
D r'. Fike, tire little fellow bieenme In
I infurriat ed. i e kniiew thIern it was r'abliet.
lI'ydrophotl: Ia is der'ived fr'omr tire
words mueantig water anti ear.
lydrophlobia is "fear of watter." Only
arrirmals of tire catinte farrily, such as
dogy, wolves, coyotes arid thre like,
take it. it is carusedl frorr aL germ,
wich w ithou t tire color aipplicationi is
not irer'(cptIble even tundr tire miiser0
scope. It takes black. These -ger'ms
poison the taliva. Th Ie saliva -glands
being located in t'he jaws, mrakes a
bite fr'om a mad dlog abrout tire head
all thre mnore dangerours. Iland the lit
tie Tur'ney boy been bitt otn any
other ipart of the body tire chrances
arre lit :woutld hrave cotmei throurgh safe'
A it3tY VW'(ItMS 00O3l1NG
C'l'emsont (ollege, Sept. 10O.---Thre
ltit'd genriiration iof thre army worrm Is
now wor'king furll for'ce, arid these
wormtrs will be active for a -period of
ten days. says A. F. Coniradi, State
iltttomologist. According to tire ap
lieararnce of thre situation at this ti1me,
theire wvill ihe a i'ecurrenOfce of tis outI
break next sprinrg unless tunex peeled
winter weather shoruld occur. At this
time the principal danmage is to for'age
cr'op's, and far'mers ate advl~sed to keep
an hand tot' ready reference. Informna
tion Card No. 2, becaurse tire itse of
the bran mixtutre on fortige er'ops is
entirely practical. Fiar'mer's are caur
tidned to keep this Information Car'd
on file so that they may have it next
sprinig. A large amount of for'age has
been lrost this season urnnecessarily he.
cause of lbuck of time and Information
rut thre critical moment.
Odds Ganse 6$ ad In@m0mm
inase, These is onl oup "*mne *r~n&"
Denlocrati( ('omnittee, Assig-ned to
Cohnnlbia, Sept. 11 10spark..., of
C'oltumbia, was tonlight anginted 'S
sis.tanlt treasulrer of thle national im
c ommaie cmnittle, accordi ll a tel e
-rai received fromn Wi liltur W. .lar.hi,
national treasurer. .\Ir. Sparks ha.s
bCeen assigl4'd to have cltrge' of th,
financial affa;irt. of the e(1motCratic
party inl all of Ie states ill te ( mh h
rol .\Maryland throlultgh to Texas.
'ollowing thIle aIpItpoint Ilentt, .\Mr.
Spiarks anoliucod t('a1t Soulther-n head
luarters -of the party will hCe lo:'atCCd
Inl f'olumlbia. .\r. sparks, who Is fln
lineial director of, thle demlocratio par.
ly in South (i Catrolila, annoulnceid to
night that .1. Wilhon Gibbles, of I'ol:::
bia, had bvetn appoillted to have
(lh1r.ge of the Dollar Demlioeracy c:,m]
pign in this state.
The telegram sent by Trea.:uirer
.larshi il in part as follows:
"Rlteply to youir telegram11 whichwa
sent at requiest of Jaiel \\. GWra.C,
nationtIal fIinanc chairman. You zl:-IC
herlby ap'oite'd assistan lt treaI rr
national de4mocratiecomt:' and1
will locate lieadqpuarters at Atlntia ior
Columbia. as you may sec lit. You %;:1I
look alter ( o'r k ini Soultherl
lonferring ai co-opvrating with .tat
finlance ch-irmen1 wherever practi
c;-ble. Pus, h vwork and stress import
an r of lemittaive of fimdun.d for I- -
l(ediate CIS, whih are1 rgently nCd
ed. I Pleas' win, acceptalneC'.
"No effort," Faid .\r. S rls."will
e ale to ise a gUeat s 1 I '.1i
in the d2l h. Tho democrat. Cf all
tatWs wviIIll. a:ske d tv coni;ihnw",
11m)iec t o nt to su1r te o
I'lInal ca p l. n1 It iC n 'hen'St -
ICI 'h- e aretl wa-uin z. \t will b :ny'u --
e to lay all -icard t o thit L!' .111d
keep the, publlic informledI. No offT .rt
w ill b w mICC'C if wcC v r ui l cont i(C aId -
I ionl'. \\' v. ill n1ot ncec l't oui -
tions, exce-pt frro' hmlon tai! nw -
lishl .-on1rvv!. Thle S-outh has; ankh N
stale inl Ithi ' C electioni :1 I wI
t hat ry delmCr:. wit! (14) his; dulty.'
M1r. Sparks v.: rtc( litly 'Iecte'd .1
pres;idential elector, froml 'Souillh a;ro.
lina. lie ha-s neVver Songh1111i1a
_. ', wa _
"I Spent, $1 on Riat-SnIaIp and Saved
the Price of a Ho."
,Iames M.\llire, futmouls Hofg Raiser
of New ,Jersey, sa s,. 'I advise evcry
farmer troubled (th rats to use RAT
.NA P. Tried e rythiig to get rid
of rats. S enlt $1.25 on. IAT-SNA'.
FigtteI the Its it killcd save-d :e
Ilrice of a hot." RAT-SNA I' comes
in cake fori.- No mixiltg vWith other
ofod. Cats or dogs WOIt touch it.
Three siz(e, : 5, 5i- $1.2 . Sold and
gumarantleed bv Ialrells !IIIrdware Co.,
Putnam's I)iu Store and lKr':nnedy
go Hand ii
The moral and economic influence
painted house denotes character; I
of yourself and neighbors. Paint
protects your home against decay
have proven their worth during more thl
large or small-thcre is a Pee Cee Pai
satisfaction at lowest cost. Visit this sti
your paitiig anl decorating problems.
Ask us for FR.E! Paint Book
also for Color Cards, or wvrito
Peaslee-Gaulbert Co., In
d . 'i
Mre e Ai
Corns, Sooo .Miles
[RES, 6ooo 2files
Best in the
SOLD AND REC
iml anid b ." virtu1e of the authority
vx ited in the undersigned as Executo'r
ite 1ast l w . l and Itatamient. of, .ohn
11. :'opuland, deeased, I will sell at
public -iuction at 11'i'aures Court H ouse,
South11 Caroinla, on salesday inl October
ne , ei, I he . -Ith (ay of thW 111i1l Il,
drin w Ithe' legal hou's of sale:
All that celailn tract, I'iee and par
ul of* land lying. beilg and sittlate in
.Jack!; .Townsh~lip, l'aulrenls Coulny
'outhi :'rolinla, containling :11S ars
r' or less and oilunded on te111 north
ands r .l G. -'11". on thle vast by
M fAr.;. . Pnearks and P1. .
t .and onf the :;outllhb.lnd of A.
le and Pros
of paint is far-reaching. A well
oride in.your property and esteem
not only promotes prosperity, but
ind increases its value.
an fifty years. No matter the surface
nt or Finish that will give you lasting
urc and let us advise with you regarding
Homes and How to Paint Them,"
:orporated, Louisville, Ky.
F.B RIC TIR E
S I ZE 1910
O x 325.4S
32x 4 48.65
35 x5 82.75
L. Nabers, T. J. Leake, and J. H.
an(d onl the vcst by lands of .J. j,*
Tleris of Fale one-half! cash, ba.
wn a c red I of tweIve tuonths.
i,-t froim date (of sale at the it
'ight (sI -per ce(it. 1(1 aninim, pM
annually. The credit portion t
sected by bond of tIIe pIrchasoz
m1iortIuge of the prem1ise-s mold.
h S 1:1 shall Ile th 1 ig t to 1Ju
eachmPuchase r Io pay f-or pa
The .:bt is res-,rved to reeet ,
rof the la t will
(Ivc I - I