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Lanford, Aug. IL--TIhe protracted
services at the Baptist chulircli Closed
Sunlday muorning. The1 pastor, Rev. J.
R. Williams was ably assis-ted iI the
meeting by Dr. D. P. Alontgomery, of
Ureenville, and .\lr. James AteCravy.
of Laurens beautifully led the singing.
The church and coninunity was great
ly revived and strengthented through
the Gospel teaelhings of this good ian,
the prayers of this people will follow
him in his work and thank God for
having sent himt1 this way.
And Mr. lcC ra vy w ol Ie hiea rts of
all tle people with his swet Songs
and the little junior choir ili orgtan
ized propose to coniinue tihe good work
II. he:,anIi and wait hii to tmie back
-OO:i1 to be vyji b 111
Ar. Lou it ba1foId. u h i
with the t'. s. navy. has icturedici
Ml. Coiuinibus I dlt it. anthi.o l i o
who has bhen in t sit .ervice wio yaris.
is ait homeli daail.
Misses Carrie Lou and Mary Ii
,ilN and Aildry Vrank - wre chatrmi
Inig:y cntertalined om -\ t Ing l
week a lie homew of .\lr. Nil s 1(;ntry
in Sparta i hurg counuty.
Air. C. b. \Vahlrep hia; purchased :1
llanson car froni the Vincint. Motor
Co. of Laurens.
Alrs. M. W. Year in and daughter,
Sara, and Miss ILcile Owens, of Gray
Court, attended servievs Saltirday and
were guests of Mrs. C. 1). Cox togeth
er with Airs. 0. P. Fowler.
Mr. and Mirs. 'Cunningham, of
Vaugh nville. Ga.. are visiting their
daughter, Alirs. W. D. Patterson.
Mr. Lee .Langstlon and family pass
ed through- here t hiis week to take t1
new work at Buffalo-Uin ion.
The .followi ng .an non ncetmnt-it has
Mr. and Mrs. Olynthus Clayton Cox
annotunote the mariage
If their dauhter
Mr. Ilir am Spter flurdei
on Wedneislay h. ih of .\ uinst
nin-ietii eeni inunii d and inei:eln
( ra.:. ('1r, .NI (altidinaf.
This ;Iiilin i wiiil t '.t' i i I il
intrt m- ; h m frien dt . N is
vlt t t Iiii 'r (;.\V nd :
J! ; ,: ic 11( i 11% i I1 :1 1: InItI
Prof. i Pv:rdei ; . ;t r u WIfl
!- -l (',,!,,,(. :! i e d l te c e n
, Ine ( i :a h r m r e
wishes and good will of the people of
this community will follow this popu
lar young couple and hove for them a
happy, ilOsperouls fuli' te in their
Mliss, llis and Ileatiiee France,
of Spartanblirg, aro Visiting Miss 1u11hi
The f'ariners of this comuinity have
organized a ginlnery and will begil
work at once on Ihe machinery to be
really to gin the colton of the present
crop, whlich wvill bev a great conlven
enee to tle fariners of this section.
P'EACE PAPERS ARE
NOT (AlVEN OU'T
'resitlpI. Wilsoni D4ellines to (live
Ouit Peace I1lilpers. Sitys 1oliiti Ill
10lv1e1 Other Nanilons.
W' - lcl - \I i l- l :-l \G ( . A u t l' i 1!-1
t1 i 414 ' 4l II411 .tl (4 I l ile f1 lai
re li one 'Olllll~l ee il Vil 11111 Of4
t ieri t ili drat tint a
!11 (cIf I'l acittl 'illatv1illi- fill i'
unl la fu lh othf pa Orwel
1 le4) jit ' e alt : ie gi t lIt) a lt'-l
el e1. iltctlli ndttii l iiljt'
il4 \tuctttil il at ndllitt lt as ilti for a
\ll, it 4-I-e!lillir th te -l
> it10 I ie l lis poti y it iletihi ill i
-i (t I | III vi- ice uti ii It, inallV o l I
Ownilla-Of jll cllt due\it wan ;I
tilp\ d Oftile (oVelmilit ats .1pgred to be
rehis lirst , ;I ettiril froill Eu Ope.
To anoter resoltion asking for ta
tity fOf th letter written by Genera
Miss ie-arjil the Shantung'ma proh
leinl. Allr. Wilsonl replied llat he r
piardlei Ihe letter as conlfitlential Since
it contained certain references to
(t11 r r ileit .Il e NSi ti e 4 111 -
411 11it-illIOll. ill lli. e . iecr tary an-i -
Sinu and) I litit lte co llnred.
"lo4 ok a veryv strong1 grounld" gaminlst
the pro.1pomwed ,eilletnenv t of 114 Ih e ues
IIiml 11lii c ilul t lotm p ipe l be (te.
S'Tihet zl a p oe talgiillst thle fillial
ilhe Anlierlicanl leaguell plan. nulla e
'1 ic tIle li st l- I l . vr veaI led
Iil litlle tIian dilegates Ihad pro
S il It m | la init ii\ iu oplel|
Li e Il fi ill i 4 11 I IId. 1 el - a
pi I e ili ie it ceap l e illiteil
.11 i nbhfik divaline:_ niih "all \ h\\ r
bredt Of 1ar," :n (drbiraIvl pro11
cii.1,\ li l - I - ITol Itv
publicity of treaties, and a mandatory
system. The much debated article
ten, under whi ih the members would
guaraitee one another's integrity
against externlte aggrcssion, had its
counterpart, atoost word for word.
in the Amlerican plan.
At varilnce Ilit the covenant as
finially inchlde, th tie - how.
ever, Ile PreSidtenCts covenit wonhl
tave omitled refernce to the Monroe
I Doctriie and the ridit of with(drawah,
Wonl have empowered the conncil
to "imqpire into the feasability of
itholi.,hing. compulsory military'serv
iee. tanld wouild have contained a
provi.,iot relative to the freedomt of
the eas. The oneil nd as,- caembi
holllave bcIeel tlilfierenv lv eniij
\ertv and ins tell of linallill .ili her
! Iwilly i lenjtiil \ il ille collie nte
llation., reprill(1Iv \would( have heelI
t'1lt I oer-d 1) eo ;llyi e i.tio t.
\lit Iheni tthe meican phmIl ratiwd
ed aito l d ecre otr Lattsinu. eon
h'l i , tI i (llon hieforethr . r
tiio it i on' e conIIuitte I e tit ilmte
reat %. was la ig before theI( - II) colmit.
ev ;I 1( c(i y )i I le resolt 111ion eIn.
k 4 \1 l. ' !t-i 11iP . jI II ' )1w i -. ['(--I "nt I
Ili i ll at tilt wile t illfe ncIq T he
)fII lhd fol lowI ti in i!ta eeneraitI the
lier 1il ettve ll 4 r c i I f .
At the em I of hi - testim11ony. whieb
1nre chiefly N he Shant u,
aligtreement and r lat I ed su bject-s. eI it
eret ar wa % is itA-ked. to :send beIIvfore,
the connu11ittee I tomorrow\, Datvit IIIll -
ter \Miller. as Aitt departmlentl of,
ficial who acted ats adviser of, Ihe
leagueit of nationis comnuillston al
\ersille Is. It is ex'pected .\r..\Miller
will be ZAsked inl detail about the(.
Amlericanl draft and its relation to thle
President \Vilson also notified thle
-emite today inl response to relpilests
sent by it to thle while bonise thlat hie
boll no knoll\ edge of any attemnpi by
the Jalpanecse delegpates to intimile
thle Chinese, repreVsentatises at \fer
s,*ille:s anld that hie had nol infrormIationl
abt )ou I re ;1 1. po rte I( secret( n- J apane It
Gerinan11 liteah negot(1iatedI dulring the
laring- the( (ltv thlere wasu n~o geen
crall deba t 1n1h. trealv inl the senlate
h)u1 Senamtor Pinldexter. liep liiml.
dei \\ ib n for hli- clent1-e inl the
prMAe Ill)iationl-. de1CC.laing hle hod
negi.-leuled" hh-i: dollie, at hwime anJ
hol entlered inlo at covenant11 \iolatill
\n1wricanl Iradlitions. andi impairing11.
ih14 constitdfiinal p~ower.s ifdgrs
l*)1)''morro (:halvir an I " dge . f thw
CI', n I eI I n ch l ifn1 inillev. %\ ill
ne)Ak (.1 th 11v eofo~h
A sub-committee was named by the
senate judiciary committee today to
conlzider whether there is any consti
tutional barrier to rati lication of the
special defensive treaty with France.
'lHit action %%as in resjponse to a reso
tluion by Senator Walsh, Diemocrat,
NIana, calling on the committee
or' Mn opiion. Senator Nelson, Re
pul ica. 1\liinesotaillt, heads the sub
i eEie T Dos N% A th SPeNNG
e ANos tOic anl LAs u -
cTIE R eOU1N wis be \ZNErs
'N wwVAN- N tottA AnT)ger
uinne r a s o- s s' e ' Vo
rinGinghead e r te la
Rk f rthi tur o O cL
FER~~~ A CLA CR AEE
yoA WRE -astP taE
fhe Quinine That Does Not Affect the Head
Because of Its tonic and laxative effect. LAXA.
TIVIP BROMO0 QUININXK is better than ordinary
Quinine and does not cause nervousness not
ringing In hend. Remember the full na e and
'aok for the signature of E. W. GROVE. 30c.
AE0X 11 -ala C
Instantly relieves Heartburn, Bloat
ed assy Fooling. Stops foodisouring,
re atmg, and a'1 stomach miseries.
di Wio an apteitoKepe stonmech
weet and atrong. Incra VItality, and Pep.
EATONICis the best remtedy. Tens of thou
sande wondorf ully boniofited. only costap celit
or twon dayto uso it. Poeltively guarantc~
to please or wo will irefun4 hobohy. Got a ll
box today. You Wl oP
Im11 Lau ii reiis DI ii'. Co., LauIrienS, s. '.
Originally a round robin was a peti.
tion or protest signed Ii such a way
that no nalie headed the list ; that is.
the signatures were usually placed In
circular form. The device Is French
and the tern i cerruption of rond
(round) aidt ruban (a ribbon). It
was first adopted by .the oilcers of
government as a imeans of taklug
known their irrievances.
Age is venerable in a man-and
would be in a woinan If she ever be
After Septe b I
tion to do Surv ' ig th
Fee $15.00 per [
B. R. T.
Mr A. N. Spar
' ,i lift ile in i
thtmy lds sho
with ,.1 the 1alsy. M
elid shape, an iny
rood dligested very
hnid crrntps Iin iny
blated wlith gas,.
"I took at hotile
went right atler i
My nerves; are no
sleop sotiiti. Ilnlls
khiney and tonila
extractsi of mnany
lants whl4e nto
Una pleasantI ait
e sn ; 1h111
Lost Stook Notiee.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned will apply to Watts Mills
(ol Sept. 4, 1919, to have said Mills
issue to him nine (W) shares of stock
inl Said Aiills, represented by Certifi
cate No. 133 for four shares, and Cer
tilicate No. 376 for five shares, which
said certiflcates have been lost; and
the lew stock so applied for to be
is.<ied in lieu of said lost stock.
2-4t C. C. F'ATIDIRSTONE.
Pilos Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Druigists refuid money if PAZO OINTMENT falls
to cu. Itchin:. Vifnd, Bleeding or Protrudilg Piles.
S:Lt2.:t! y e vten Itchinit Pile. and you can det
r si .lter the first application. Pricoe.
st., I will be in posi
ree or four days each
of 44M aingnolla
1In.. Snys: "The
very wenk. rtim.
was sto itervis
ik liki an itold man
vkhinevs wire in
iver sluggish. My
liitorly, nidai I oftena
H(0mn110, 1and4 wasd
if Di)ETO, and it
ty trouibles ci uek.
6v Stently and mly
ail g'one over imy
cl, and liver act
from julces ntni \
n I)rtig (n /
SU GIESGiD ARNS
We will have by Saturday a full supply of slightly used cars. These cars, most of
them, are as good as new, and much cheaper. We have four Briscoes, good as new;
one Saxon, five passenger, good shape. I drove this car to Asheville Sunday and back
Monday. Did not make a skip. Also, have a five passenger Dodge in good shape; 1917
Ford ready to run; a two passenger Saxon and a good many others. We are now
ready to do business for cash or on time to uit the purchaser. Come look thesejcars
We also have a full supply of Buggies and Harness, ready to meet competition
and have bought to arrive September 1st a car of steel body buggies, first we have
had. They are very highly recommended.
When the season arrives we will have a plenty of. Horses and Mules, the
kind you don't have to bring back.
We want your business. Come give us a look; bring your knitting and spend the day.
Laurens County Live Stock Company
By D. H. COUNTS, Manager and Treasurer