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VI. S. TO BE 1EPRESENTEMD
IN ALLIED COUNCIL
President Accepts Invitation; Harvey
-the Represetative. American Rep.
ra!sentatites will Also Sit with Con.
fOrenco of Ambassadors and Repara.
tions 'Commission.
, Washington, May 6. -President
Harding accepted today the invitation
of the allied supreme council that the
United States <be represented at the
IneetIngs of that body -as, well as those
of the conference. of ambassadors, and
,the reparations comnnission.
Geonge Harvey, newly appointed am
bassador to GreAt Bvitain, will sit with
the supreme council and "take part as
-he representative of tho president of
Sthe United States in the deliberations
of" that 'body. Representation at the
conference of ambassadors in Paris
and the reparations commissIon 'will
be unoffleial.f The ambassador to
France will be the observer on the
former and Roland W. IBoyden will sit
In an unofflolal capacity on the latter,
Cabiuet Decides
IDecision 'to accept the council's in
-vitation was reached today at the reg
lilar cabinet meeting and formal an
nouncement of it was made at the
'White House. Soon afterward the text
of the American reply to the invitation
was -made public at the state depart
ment. It follows:
"The government of the United
States 'has received through the Brit
ish ambassador the courteous com
,0 munication in which you state that
with the unanimous concurrence of
the powers represented at the allied
conference in London, you are to in
quire whether this government is dis
posed to be represented in the future,
as It :wns in the 'past, at the allied con
feyences, at the conference of ambas
sadors In Paris 'and on the reparations
conhmission.
"The government of the United
States, while maintaining the tradi
tional policy of abstention from parti
cipation in matters of.distinctly Euro
pean concern, is' deeply interested in
the Proper economic adjustments and
1in the just settlement of the matters
of world-wide importane; which are
under discussion in the conferences,
and desires helpfully to co-operate in
the deliberation upon1 these questions.
Harvey lie Represointative
Mr. George Harvey appointed an'i
bassador to Great Britain, will be in
strneted on his arrival in 'England to
take part as the representative of the
pres1dent of the United States in the
deliberations of the supreme council.
..Te Ameriean ambassador to France
Why Pay More
Buy Here and
Save Dolars.
ON CLC
$2.25 Misses' Middy Blloiise,
I lot Ladies' White antd Fan
$1.00 'quality Laidies' 'Shirtwi
$2.00 Watch, this 'week ..
$2.00 Alarm Clock, this week ....
50c quality Cur'taini Goods, n
75ce quality Curtain Goods, I
45e quality 'Tahble Oil Cllotlh
WITE TMA~
$1.0)0 quality, .his week ....
$1.50 qumality:, ,this week ...
75e quality, this week ..
1 lot Sea. TIsland, this week,. 'p
$3.00 qaulity Silk, Belding B1
price, this week.....
Long Silk Gloves, special ea
white ......... .... ...
1 lot Window Shades, speeial
$1.00 (juality 'Meni's Silk Ties
$1.50 qiuality 'Men's Ties ..
31 boxes Matehes, this ~weeltk
Rliig lot 'Sun Hats, for men,. wo
belowv market value.
Suit Casqes, special ......
Star Twist Spool1 Cotton..
S.Big lot Boys', Girls' and Ci
Special value Hand Towels
'Men's fine Fur Hlat .... ..
S20e~ Fixtraets (pure) Lemon
25e can (1 lb.) Taleum 'Powd
'l pair goofi Shoe Laen..
~Misses Middy Blouse 'Suita .
Children 's Gingham Dresses
Ladies' Gauze Vest ...,. ..
1 large Flask astor Oil or Tu
20e, can fine Tomatoes ...
Special value Ladies' Wvhi
sewed ($5.O0 value) ..
|1 GOODS
GOING FAST
No. 1 Store 210 WW
will be inettucted to resume his placd
as unofilcial observer on the confer
ence of anmbassagors, and .Mr. Roland
W. Boyden will be. dnstructed to sit
again in an unofficial capacity on the
reparations commission.
"The government of ,the United
States otes with pleasure your expres
sion of the belief of the representa
tives of the allied governments assem
.bled in London, that American co-op
eration.in the settlement of the great
international questions growing out of
the World War will be of material as
sistance."
This communication was delivered
late today to Sir Auckland Geddes, the
British ambassador, iwho.on yesterday
handed to Secretary -Hughes the invi
tation of the council which wus signed
by Premier Lloyd George of Great Bri
tain, as its president. This invitation
read:!
The Invitation
"As president of the allied confer
ence which is just completing its sit
tings In London, I am authorized with
the unanimous concurrence of all the
powers here represented to express to
the United States government our
feeling that the settlement of the in
ternational difficulties in which the
world is still involved. would be nia
terially assisted by the co-operation
of the United States; .and, I am there
fore to inquire whether that govern
ment is disposed -to be represeited
in the future, as it was at an earlier
date, at allied conference, wherever
they may meet, at the ambassadors
conference, ,which sits at Paris, and on
the reparations commission.
"We are united in feeling that ? -n
crican cognizance of our 'proceedings
and, where possible, American particl
pation In them will be best facilitated
by this."
In the highest administration circles
it was emphasized that the action
taken today did not mean the partici
pation of the United States in any pro
ject "of a world governiheilt or world
league." It was said that it was in
evitable that the United States have an
advisory part in the settlement of the
vast economic and other problems
growing out of the World War. These
settlements, it was explained, must
-necesarily affect the United States as
well as the rest of the world.
Democrats ick
Announcement that the invitation
had .been accepted came late in the
(lay after the senate had adjourned.
Republican senators generally, how
ever, expressed their approval while
democratic senators gave voice to dis
approval and disappointment. Reptb
RECORD-EV
) T H ING, H A
fine Twill, sale prico . . . $E2
cy Washi Skirts, sale price 98o
.t....... .... .... .... ..49c
.... .... .... .... ....$7.49
OW............ ........... ..25c
inc quality,. this~ week ... . 39
............... .... ....3c
................... ....69c
..... ..... ..... ... .... 92ce
..... ..... ...... ......... 48c
or ya~rd -..... .... ... .g
'os. Ta1eta and' Sattin, smie
. ............ ....,..$79
:e this wek, laek and
.. ... .... ....... .....9
tiis weok ..... -. ... . .. . . 9c
this week ..... .... .. 48c
...... ..... ..............9
.......... .... .... ....6c
an and~ e~ih l at 'priesa:
. .. ... $1.19 up) t O $4.39 '
........ .. . ..... .. . . . ..c
Ldren:'h 'Sandals . . 98c to, $2.39
-..-.... . . .15 up to 45o
..... ..... ..98o up ta $3.98
md Vaniib ..............150
~r, thisi wyeek......... ....10c
---------$1.95 up to $4.89
-------- .-.1.25 up to $2.98
-... -...... ... .10 to 25c |
rpenutino ...,........... ...15
Oxforda, Goodyear thandl
...... .. .... .... ......$2.95
P RI C ES W I
J. C.E
et Laurens Street- Old S
icans took the view that rthe presi
dent's representatives would perform
principally the .function of obtaining
information. Democratic senators said
they were - disappointed because the
president 'had not decided to have the
government officially participate in the
deliberations of the three bodies.
Administration 'officers made it -plain
that Mr. Harvey would sit with the
'premiers of Great Britain, France and
Italy and the representatives of Bel
g-ium and Japan on the supreme coun
cil as the personal representative of
the president of the United States and
not of the; American government.
While he will participate in the delib
erations of the council, he will be
without -authority to bind the United
States to any action taken. .
Mr. Harvey will .be in a position to
keep the president fully informed on
all subjects with 'which the council has
to deal. Upon this body was devolved
the settlement of the more important
questions resulting from the war and
to it has been referred the American
-protest to the 'League of Nations
against the award to Japan of a man
date for the Island of Yap.
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* MT. QALAG1UUI NEWS *
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-Mt. Gallagher, May 9.-The young
cotton .in this section is suffering dur
ing this cool wea#'ier. The farmers
are afraid they will have to plant over.
Mr. B. 8. iBrown and family, of
Greenwood, visited hts brother, J. R.
Brown, -last Surday.
Miss. Gladys Norrell nwas the guest
of. Miss Bernice Davenport last (week
end.
The mqny friends of Mrs, Davp Mad
den will be sorry to hear she Is till
confined to -her room.
'We extend congratulations to Mr.
Leo Odell and Miss Alberta Morrison
who were recently married.
Miss Brooksie IDavenport, from
Greenville spent the 'past week-end
with her 'parents.
Mrs. J. C. Martin and little daugh
ters spent last Sunday afternoon with
Mrs. F. M. Davies.
Mother's Day exorcises by the 1p
worth League were rendered at Kings
No Worms In a Healthy Child
Allchildren troubled with Worms have an un
healthy color, which indicateo poor blood, and as a
rule, there is more or I ess stomach distufbance.
GROVES TASTELESS CHILL TONIC given regu
larly for twoor three weeks will enrich the blood.
Improve thedigestion, and act as a generalStrength
ening Tonic to the whole systerr. Nature will then
throw off or dispel the worms, and thoChIld willbe
in perfect health. Ploesant to tako. 60e per bottle.
BBUR
REAKING PRI
TS, SHOES,
36-inuch solidt colors Or gandies,
50c quality heavy Blue Decni
boys' pants ......... ...
50e quality .heavy Khaki Cloth,
panitS..... .... .... ....
40-inch fine White Voiles, for
Ladliesq' fancy floweredI Voile I]
Ladies' 'Silk Dress9es, spec ial s
Big line of Boys' Knee Pants
Big stock loy.s' Suits closing o:
1 lot Aluminum Ware, worth $
ice boilers, kettles, p~ercolal
week, only ......... .... .
1 lot Wash Blowls, white crocke
only .... ......... .... ..
10-qt. Tin Bucket, on sale this
.50c Aluminum Dipper .... ..
1 set (6) White Plates, worth:
1 set (6) Cup; :and Sauceers, wvo
35e quality heavy Shirting Ch4
30c quality hleavy Plaid Hlomem
25c quality Ginghams, this wei
315c quality Ginghams, this We<
35c quality yard-wide Bileachir
45e qtuality Lad and Liassic Cic
40c quality fine Dress (Ginghian
$1.00 *Wine of' C'ardui. woman
$1.10 bottle S. S. S., the great
3i big cakes Toilet Soap,~ Venet i;
.30e size Vicks' 'Salve, this wec
6 ecans Oood Luck Baking Pow<
10Oc cake Sweethear~t Soap . .. .
10c spool Thread (150 yalrds).
15e box 2 in 1 Shoe Polish, thlis
20c size 'Peroxide, this week..
25c pkg. Black Dauight, thmis we
35c Soft Collars (sizes 12 1-2 t
$1.50 Dress Shirts .... ......
.$2.00 Dress Shirts ......... .
T'H D RA WN J
IURNS<
kand. LAURNS
Chapel last Sunday anorning. It was
considered splendid for so young an
organization.
We wish to congratulate Mr. Leon
ard Daniel find Miss Faye Moore who
were married last Saturday.
Mr. Tom Dueloworth and family
visited his sister, "Mrs. Annie Davis,
near Honea Path Sunday afternoon.
We listened to a splendid sermon at
Mt. Gallagher church last Sunday
night which was delivered by the
Pastor, Rev. J. P. 'Dendy.
Mrs. W. H. Davenport visited her
sister, pMrs. Brooksie Satterfield, of
Ware Shoals, Sunday.
Mrs. Annie Burton, of Ivey, has been
home with her -parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. 1-. Hughes, for the last week.
Mrs. W. C. Sligh, of Ware Shoals,
visited 'her aunt, Mrs. Satterfleld, Sun
day afternoon.
We wish to join with a -host of
friends in congratulating Mr. LeRoy
Manly and Miss Mattle Lou Martin,
who were recently married.
Mr. Marion Williams visited his
brother, Wirom, near Shoals Junction,
last week.
NOTIOE OF BOND SALE
The Laurens County Highway Com'
mission, of Laurens County, S. C., will
sell to the highest .bidder .for cash at
Laurens, S. C., on May 24, 1921, at the
hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon,
Thirty Thousand 'Dollars of Coupon
Bonds of said County for the piupose,
of Road Improvements, bearing inter
est at the rate of six per centum per
annum, payable semi-annually, July
1st and January 1st, and maturing in
series of three thousand dollars per
annum commencing July 1st, 1936, Is
sued under authority of an act of the
General Assembly, approved 7th March,
1921. Scaled bids will be received to
be opened at ten o'clock A. 'M., May
24, 1921, Dtio pust be gqcomRpanied
Iby cnsh or eortified check in the sunti
of Ono Thotisaid Doiltra on some re
sponsible bank, as a gtiarantee of com
pliance with bid, same to be returned
to unsuccessful bidders and to be for
feited to the County by the successful
bildder in event of his failure to comply
with the bid. The right Is reserved to
rejt any or all bds. 'All 'bids shall
be directed to the undersigned, J. D.
W. Watts, Chairman of Laurens County
Highway Commissioners, at Laurens,
S. C., and checks accompanying same
shall be made payable to his order.
J. D. W. WATTS, Chairman,
42-3t Laurens, S. C.
Money back without question
If HUNT'S Salvo falla In the
treatment of ITCH, EdZEMA.
RINGWORM, TETT ER or
other Itchinig skin discaneo.
Try a 75 cent bnK ni our risk.
Laurens Drug -Co.
INS&
CES AT BOTE
DRY GOOD~
ice quiality .... .30c
is, good for' men0's andl
........ .... .... .... ..25c
good for men 's andl boys'
..... ........ .... ....25c
hot weat her ......5c to 65c
reses, spciall sale prEice $3.98
ale this week, .$8.98 to $16.75
.. .. . . . .... 45c up to $2.48
it sale this week $2.98 to $9.50
2.25 to $2.98 ; stew kcities
Ors; yourl choice for this
.... .... .... .... ....$1.49
r'y, worth $1.50, this week
............ ........ ..79c
week .... ......... ....19o
........... .... .......25c
91.25, this week .... . ...89c
et $1.50, this week .. . ...98c
viots, thm is week .. .. .. ...15c
pun, t his week .. .. ...12 1--2c
k - ....... .... ... ...10c
k...... .... .... .... ..15c
g, this week ..........121-2c
thi, this week ..... . ....280
is, this week ......... ..19o
s friend, this week. .. . ..84c
blood0( medicine, this week 84c
in Bath, this week .......25c
k..... .... .... .... ..25c
ler, this wcek ... . .... ..25c
,......... ......... ....c
this week ......... ....7c
week .. . . . .. . .1 c
rek - -- . . .. . . . .19c
> 17), this week .........15c
................... ..98o
~............. .........$1.23
(S LOTS AR
&COM
S. C. No. 2 Sto
Shipped frorn factory in easy-to
handle sections. Quickly and easily
4 erected by our simple instructions.
Absolutely rigid and weather tight.
Double walls in most designs. En
during. Delightful to live in.
Designs changed to suit your
Ideas, without charge, if general
size retained. Sketches supplied
free.
State kind of house you want to
build and we will send spe
cial suggestions and free
'.- Illustrated booklet which
gives designs, floor plans,
descriptions and money-sav
ing prices.
DIXIE HOUSE COMPANY "OT CosRLON AV.EU
AUTOMOBILE
PAINTING
We are the Largest Painters and
Top Builders in South Carolina
Send us your work and get the
best work that can be done.
Prices on Request..-All Work Cuaranteed
We do 85 per cent. of the work
in Greenville, and we want the
business of Laurens.
Fred H. Plexico
(Incorporated)
Phone 254 Greenville, S. C.
A
(Sewing Machine
Needles and Shuttles
for All Kinds of
I STORES Machines
3 AND MILLINERY
$3.00 Dress Shirts . .... ...... .......1.79
$1.25 Men's Unioni Suits, this week..... .... .... ....75c
$4.00 Dress Shirts, this week .-..........$2.39
75e quality Men,'s Undlershirts andl Dirawers, this week..,39c
5 boxes Matches' (w~ort h 40e), this w ee I.... .... ....25c
(1 pkgs. Washing Powders, this week..... .... .... ....25c
6 enkes .Washinig Soap, this wee ... .........25c
a pkgs. Arnd (1Hammer Soda, this wee ~ ..... .... ..25c
5 halls Sewing Thread, this wee ... ..........5c
40-inch faney f loweredl Voile, this week. .. .. .. .. ....25c
1 lot Ladies' SlilpCprs, sizes 2 1-2 to 4 1-2, close out . .$1.25
$25.00) Men's Suits, this week ..... .... .... .... ....$12.50
$315.00 Men 's and Young Men 's Suits, this week .. . ...$17.50
Men's Summier. Suits, Mohajir and P'almi Beach, t his week
at. --..-.-.-..... ............... ...$6.98 to $13.50
I lot L~adlies ' Sh iri wa isis, $1.25 and $1.50 values, this
week.'---.----.----.--.---.............. ....75c
Ladies' Dress Skir'ts, sale..... ...,.............8c lp $9.39
Mien's 8ox .............. .............c, 10c up to 98c
Ladies' Hose....... .... .... .... ...1c, 15c up to $1.79
Childlren 's Hose.--................... ..10c up to 39c
1 1 't Ladis' andI~ Ch ildreniI's Dresses, elose out at 1-2 pirice.
Women 's Dresses, silk taffeta, special..... .... .... ..$8.98
Laies05' Silk, Taffeta, Sat in i id Tricoletto Dresses, line
uresses ---- -----. . ... .. . .. .$12.98 to $16.08
25c qualit y yard-widle Sea lslandl, Jruid L 1.. .. .. .. .. .. . ..1e
IG G11 RADI)E SHOES LOW PRICES
$6.00 Men 's and Women 's Shoes..... .... .... .... ..$3.98
$8.50 -Men's and Women's Shoes..... .... .... .... ..$5.98
$10.00 Men's and Women's Shoes ..... ... . .... .. . ...$6.98
$12.00 .Meni's and Women's Shoes .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$7.50
1 lot Men 's Work Pants, special this week..... .... ..$1.85
1 lot Men's Work S'hirts, chhmray and eheviots, this week 75c,
I lot Men's heavy luel deimf Overalls, special .... ....$1.25
1 lot Iadlies' Silk Hosec, this week .... .... .. ....... 25c
Men's fine Fnri Hlat'4-.... .... .... .... ... .98c up to $3.98
Men 's Straw andl Panama H ats. .. .. .. . ..$1.98 u p to $4.95
$5.00 Women 's Shirt waist, silk georget te and crepe-de
chine, this week.---.-----.----..............$2.98
E CLOSED OUT
REDUCING
PNRSTOCKI
e North Side of the Square, in Burns Block

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