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~ ~$u~ upon
id County and
rdent of Sam -,'ap
1921, and undol
a resolution of the
ne of said ad, an
ld in Laurens Coun
aet Tuesday in A ,
thda of the m~
e shalf be submitt
voters of I e
on of issueinsgkngI2
n the sum of WAY
the proceeds o
Aed for permanent
,.on road froi Ow
? ountain Inn; said
ed at such time and
tions ps the Laurens
mission phall de
to bear inter
t exeeding six per
payable semi- annu.
Jannary 1st, of each
nd niatuting within
thep roval-of said
ever, at said Bonds
suc periodical so
etermined by Lau
ssued, executed, sold
disposed of under and
a of said act, and
of, provided a ma
tos voting in said
te in favor of the
those in favor of
id Bonds shall de
'which shall be writ.
o words "Bonds for
t .eiobbiieo gonai
5 Station to Foun
d those opposed tc
Id Bonds shall de.
hich shall be plain.
ted thereon, "BondE
Owings Station tc
amed persons are
Managers to con.
Ni. Wright, Johr
. . Avery, R. J.
W. Stone, W. W
W. T. Blakely, D
Cannon, M. Flem
Walace, Jr., W. E
-T. W. Cannady
-. D. Stewart, G
B. Cooper, W. E
arnett, W. A. God
re--R. W. Gilliland
wings, J. L. Gray
B. Brooks, J. H
ams, Harris Curry,
er, Rush Wilso,
ray, D.D. Brdwn
A. Coats, W.
Arnold, 4ohn L.
P. Simthons, T.
-L. Cooper, G. C
- . Cunningham,
s, S. A. Tay.
ktson, . OC. Cul
* ~ Adams, S. L.
yd, M. B. Crisp,
:wford, J. F.
Leake, C. M.
land, R. P.
SBoyce, R. M.
J. C. McMillan,
~ wens, J. Wess
erk of Court's
pr, Sec. to Com..
e conducted in
ance with the
nig the conduct
al elections in
h elections all
of the County
* ein under the
al and Special
shall be per..
* ~ make their re
ard of Corn..
e and declare
sque custom in
own of a am
.eldest son. Tis~
Ir of fam!!y an
that it dhoes not
" is a specially
ative for liabitual
for 14 to 21 days
It Stimulates and
Plans Rehabifltis. of Commal Re.
lations to Tha Enod, iata 'lieL.
$1,631,000,000 Last Figure Amount.
Washington, March 9.--Itly is pre.
paring through rehabilftatiug het in
ternal financial condition, setting in
motion again the machinery of com
mercial relations -and 'resuming the
production of staples of-commece uti
lized in her foreign trade to discharge
her debt to the United States, Ro
lando Ricci, the new Italian ambas
sador, said today in answer to an in
quiry. The debt, acording to the last
annual report of former Secretary of
the Treasury Houston, amounts to
The ambassador in a statement
"The..followingCis my. precise opin
ion in regard to the American loauis
to Italy and the payment of said loans
"It must, through a revision of the
accounts, ascertain the exact amount
of her debt and then ask for a con
venient period ocf time within which
to pay it. This condition is essential,
because, otherwise it owuld be impos
sible for Italy to rehabilitate her fi
nancial codition which is in its turn
the only way whereby Italy can pay
"Italy would naturally ask the pre
ferred nation's trieatment: i. e., Italy
would ask that in case of a cancella
tion of partial remittance of debt to
any other nation, the same treatment
be granted her. Like the United
States, Italy entered the war without
being forced to do so by aggression
and while the nations that had been
,attacked were in very difficult straits
Italy got nothing out of the war ex
cept her natural boundries, and such
boundaries Italy conquered with her
own military effort which culminated
with the'.'victdry of Vittorio Veneto.
"Italy, has therefore, a political at
titude and a pubile sentiment which
agree completely with the political at
titude and public' sentiment of the
United States. This, I think and hope
will faciliate my work here. I ac
cepted the charge of doing this work
with this understanding of the situ.
The ambassador expressed confi
dence in the success of the efforts
that are now being made to bring
about a complete resumption of the
formerly large and important trade
relations between Italy azid the Uni
ted States, particularly the Italian ex
port trade with this country, which
would not be possible at first to apply
financial obligation of Italy to Amer.
ica. He indicated, however, that it
would not be possible at first to apply
the procdeds of the sale -of Italian
products imported into America direc
tly towaros the reduction of the debt
to this copntry.
- Althoulh .no intimation has come
Ifrom the treasury of a disposition to
discuss ttue question involved in a re
adjustmenit of the indebtedness of
the allied powers to the United States
it is und stood to be regarded by the
heads of the foreign etnbassies hero
as a sul ject that must very soon
be taken inder consideration in order
that the IgIouse ways and means com
mittee afd the Senate committee on
finance niay be in possession of facts
regardin ,j the probable receipts of
interest ~n account of their foreign
debts as bisis for -their own calcu
lations 01 the amount of revenue that
must be paised by tariff and internal
revenue legislation in: this country to
meet its budget.
Amnerican Consuls Report Continued
Busine~ Deprcssion, Italy Except
ed-I ~rovement Seen in the Near!
Washi ton, March 9.-Continued
business epression in Europe, with
the excer on of Italy, was reported by
Amieicat ~onuls in the monthly cable
survey world economic conditions,
issued t ay by the department of
commerce Signs of improvement were
seen in t Far East, but little change
was note 4n South American countri
es. Bot i4xport and imports are de
creasing Great Britain, the survey
said, co buting to unemployment.
Payment heavy taxes was regarde~i
as a ca .of the tightness in the
money : ket. andl English banks
were sai to have loaned two-thirds
of their ources to finance private
IReen p~.rice declines and business
stagnati i~n France, according to the
survey, * tended to strain the credit
of bank ,'everal of which were re
ported t eb in a difficult position. A
liquid~at~ ' of the government-owned
IFrench tchant fleet, aggregating
1,000,004 oss5 tons, is being urged in
view of dull period in shipping.
Italam nks are reporting large
proflts, ever, the survey continued,
and the dition of the government
finances regarded as more favor
able. L unrest and strikes about
IRome he beeti decreasing but unem
npome i in evidence, it added.
obtan entrel of the Austrian govern
mtenvi former ammunitioln lanfA, the
survey repotW, aid 'Oeu;&n capIl
ls'trying to control te iron industry
i' Austria. The general condition of
the Austrian government finances Wss
regarded as becoming more favorable.
The cost of living there rose 10 per
cent In February, It was reported.
Business depression is increasing in
the Scandinavian countries, the sur
vey asserted, while German competi
tion is placing many industries in a
worse condition than formerly.
Japan's Trade Growing
Japan's foreign trade continued the
Increase started In January, according
to the survey, while bank loans in
creased under lower rates and easier
money. An upward trend In the ex
change rates on the United States, it
was said, is looked for in Japan. Or
'deis fori foreign goods are decreasing
in China, but the present trade de
pression is expected to improve by
July, while the financial situation is
To Serve Five Years for Assaulting
Driver-Three Plead Guilty.
Camden, March 1.-Sergt. Leroy
R. Franklin and Privates Sam Stearn
and'Joseph T. Dorrity of Camp Jack
son, plead guilty here today to a
charge of highway robbery and lar
ceny and assault and battery with in
tent to kill. These are the soldiers
who assaulted H. U. Earle some sev
eral miles from Camden a few nights
ago while Earle was driving them
from Columbia to Camden. Earle is
a student at the Univeisity of South
Carolina and was driving a car to
make some extra money. The sol
diers admitted that they assaulted
Earle and took his car and watch,
but deny taking his money. They
said they had government property
with them in the shape of field glass
es and pistols and said they were
going home, absent without leave, the
sergeant stating that he was coming
to Camden to catch the through train
going East. One of the privates said
he was going to Buffalo. The pri
i101= Ba fa."*i.s.n 4hJ*
treatment of ITCH. nCZ3MA.
RINOWORM. TIOTTER or
rthe Itching skin disean'".
Try a 75 cent ban at our rivk.
Lauremas Drug Co.
All about the
WHAT IS THE
Palmnafoeta woek, to be held
Columbia, 8. C., March 28 to April
is the flrst of the annual gala wet
to be held each spring in Columi
for the entertainment of the pee
everywhere in this section.
Svarious forms of amusement a
entertainment are provided for
a fund rained by the business int
eats of the city of Oolumbia. '1
appropriattion this year is arou
$30,000, this does not includo
cost of exhibits, floats, decoratio
rec. fu:-::izhed by firms andl ndlv
planned io inter-rlt everybodly.
* the stool building on the state f'
grounda, which has been especia
* equipped and dIeoraited at a cost
$10.000, will b. hold( the South Ca
lirna Spring Automobile Showv, d
playing thr, lategit in cars, true
tractors aald auf~omoblio cortuipmec
In the steel building annex, wh
has been equiippoed with a sta
scenery and electrical effects
providlerl with seating capacity
several thousand people, will he h
the Spring Fashion Show, wh
professional models willl exhibiti
latest in apparel for men, Wan
In addition to these featut
there wvill be exhibits of all kli
-by leadIng Columbia retailers, se
ing agents andi manufacturers,
wIdo variety of goods of all kcIi
being shown. The world fai
Scotch "Kilt ies" band and solod
will rondoer two pirograms da
afternoon; and~ evenings.,'
"Beauty Queens" selected by
people in each of the 45 South Ca
hina counties will be introduced,
there will be elaborate displays
fireworks featuring persons
events notable in South Carol
l)uring the week three mammi
parades will pass through
streets of Columi.la, the trades
play and float parade, the flo
parade, featurIng the "Bleal
Queens" from the various count
and the baby parade. Professlo
float builders and decorators fr
New York and Philadelphia ha
been busy for weeks oreparing
these feature parades,
For more thai. two months
citIzens of Columbia have been bi
as bees preparing for this gr
wdokc of pleasure, fun and amu
mont that will not present a d
moment from the time the mei
ment begins on Mondify muorni
March 28, until midnIght of Sat
day, April 2,
rut ff-j --Coud w~im
thr had erved iid nwca utti e '&edy Wa Eouirt, u white fanmwr elud. WInisEs urn the .* .'~ts
raf rWa 'homa Is in Wahalla. was aeguitted of. a cu*ft. ot md 8samiden .a few. wbebli "go. by cutug -
The sedtem were satenced to serve Wednesday aftenon, a vestilet e his throat^ with a libte. His' pia..
five .ears each on the county -chain- not guilty behm directed. by Judiw was self defense.
Does Anything Pay Better?
WHAT PAYS AS WELL?
Poultry and its products bring in more cash per- year than the combined value -
of corn, oats, wheat, silver and GOLD. Sounds impossible . but
. Poultry is very profitab4e, not alone to
the large operator, but as well for the city
lot raiser who. has but a few hers.
One woman reports 70 hens laid 1,282 eggs
in a month.
, They sotd for .... ...$68.01
Food cost .............12.00
Profit ....... ...$6.01
A man reports 19 hens laid 241 eggs, an
average of 121/2 eggs per lien in a month.
You can do as, well if you feed
INTERNATIONAL JEWEL CHICK FEED
INTERNATIONAL JEWEL EGG MASH
to develop chicks, then feed the hens
INTERNATIONAL JEWEL EGG MASH
INTERNATIONAL JEWEL HEN EEED
Grain feeds do not inerease egg prodce
tion. They maintain the body and sup
ply fats to stimulate yolk development.
but the hen requires a rich protein feetl
such as Jewel Egg Mash (18% protein'
INTMRNfor development of the whites (albumnen,
puire protein) of thte eggs.
Feed 1%-oz. Jewel Hen Feed and 1/.-oz. Jewel E'gg Mash per hen per (lay.
Feed the dry mash in hopper or self-feeders. Keep it before them always.
Scatter the hen feed in their litter.
A hen, fed thus, will produce a ininiumn of 12 eggs per month ind her feed
cost will not exceed one-fifth the value of the eggs.
Try these feeds at once. Your nioney back if not saisfied. P'aeked in 25, 50
and 100 pounds. "In Saw-Tooth Border Bags." Any dealer sliould supply you.
DIXIE FLOUR & GRAIN CO.
LAURENS, 8. C.
big gala week at Columbia, March 28-April 2.
The Scotch "Kilties" ApeAcimdtoB COSN UE
A Great Organization. FoPlmfta rwd. OR AMFET
ini Arrangements have boen mado yma. fppua oigen
2, for thio appearanco here of the lubabKbWt oatesineryaztyaSoh
km world famed "Kil~os" band to givo
>la two daily programs whea they will Ouetalom5sww.1. aoia.oerpee*ttv on
pie introduce all their special features !IR45W5UWlWt ofb.4cutostreesn
'he that have mado thoem famous. The -DfeTerRts e enyi h ots o ue
nd "Kiltine" is recognized as one of the Aseilcimto tPl3a fPlaet.
by best musical organizations in the fsaascainbabe pon-Teyugwmnwl oi
ir- .world. They present music of everyedtlokotorteofotadoubifrthbgwekate
'ho .type, but of course, they excel in cneineo iiosdrn am us ftePlaet ee
nd the music of the heather. Every aet ek ac 8t pi .cainad(uigtewc h
ho member is a finihed musician, and Vstr lnigt ot ou-gnrlpbi ilb emte
ns, a soloist, and the ensemble of the bafrtebgwe a idra osie rmternme h
Id- band is so harmonious an@ so do- snbeacmoain ycr-Qeno amfsa
lightful that the muslo lovers will iinctn ihteClmi vr diso iktt h
is have a rare treat. The special tea--Cabro omre hr itPamfsawl nil h ilu
At turos include a noted Scottish tenor,oflrvthmeanborigoonVtonthquncnt't
zir bag pipers, Scottish dancers. solo- hue f.igraoal ae hsfauepoie ob ~i
ily its, etc. just as they are presented lugbe reiteof hems in rein ev ts f
of- in the highlands of Scotland, t. Rsarnsadpbi iigtewe.Tuquz st o
'-o-oshv gedt mk oi-cioagan rz facmlt
origOtit rmhadt ot
re t tehedeoahov rios Wti h argons astesceay
comteeteynl b ld Theb aaeWl e edyu rui
*.. Mrh 0,adwlbeate bysegantoalyoustainl diplaytwagrat
'rl- stwl eget o' ms tor.Tfoa aaewl eetnme fdfeetmkso
Amp hld AccommoobioneseveIN asQUbEnE
1$- ~~~on Marclm antherwds. State P.AT___AF__ STA_
displaypauraont Apil 1 **
''a Mattio durig tes.er- nneran u
ii y. ~ ~ ~ ~ feta assoto beais beon bppint- nomtonaotPla
edhtoenook out forithe comfote and ~ wit h edSo os
conbabvedued the miost erfecg Wam tes
* th~~~ae statweek is c2 to rcie A prie ofT2..TIU~
of O~~~sthrs praig tn coneton witolum-OLMA
tebya pth t bingema bind reea-nac ha
solabre asollofetdatorated floatm.-NiDIIGi
is- riag~~~oues infprading re stnab o rateds,3,G IEJ.
ral ~~~~~~ ~hbicceen repstred. Thcic Trd aaeCaian
uty l~~~~esagu rantf C ad fer auli pizeng.C~P L AJ
em. ~~~~~ofm a ve agree to e e bab in Foa a id himn
nat fllvhand spcounty conunitteeCowillt see
ethat this frls pnfrded. rzs ~ ii
foFoonomtono n ,cr econdveniec $50 thirose Cnet n lbyPrd
write th heads the var ansn$2 g futh, $15; fth , $10, withCoairmm
thmomteste ilbegaon ale benton fordethor ark.ing.NCJER
so ev o i n a.I thise florl bpasaey tken creChini
- * bea~~Tes froby h caaouniesa to Frihoeldn buthte
u IiMrie. rondswanl bccoeodabyoagwrnt
ri- t wil hogrea, do't m~e tork. The traspla paradewia bectayClma hnewo
hg 4-------pie of10 orc31an the etrdeos omre
Zr- rated~~~~ lobaby is ot e siecnd price, ________________
Come t Palitafeata $60 atthin$25dfurngth $weekft, $10.