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'By ANNA ULACKSTONE~ VALItQUET
VOU dust bes us, 0 ourFather,
Every day and every hour.
While awake and while we're
We are safe in thy great power.
Thou dost show us paths of beauty.
Leading on where all is bright.
Far beyond the clouds and darkness,
Into conscious realms of light.
All the earthly cie's and struggles
Have a mission here, we find.
They u'nfold the priceless beauty
Hidden jewels in mankind.
And we' thank thee for thy blessings,
For the sunlight, birds and flowers,
For our lives and all the dear ones
Sacred to these hearts of ours.
And if any should he absent ,
In our homes Thanisgiving day
We shall know that thou art with them,
Blessing in thy perfect way.
In the gre it eternal kingdom
We shall meet with one accord.
Giving thanks and loyful praises
At the table of our Lord.
Every Day Thanksgiving Day.
We should make every day a
thanksgiving- day. I bold the same
-sentiments upon this subject as the
- late Dr. Maltbie Babcock of New York.
He said: "Why don't people have 3014
days of thanksgiving and only one of
scolding? The world wvouid' be so much
happier." - Itev. Dr. John Timothy
MAS4 MAD)E BLiUNDEII
lBalfour Mlakes D~efence, Sir Artbur
LJyncht $ays BegIn at Sir John
French anti Putt lia New Men,.
London, November 1ll.-Rcsuming~
the debate in the I lousec of Commuong,
wvhich was1 ad~journed( 10 las nit owin~g
to the absence of miembern 6f
he Cabinet, Will1iam .joyns~on-1 i eks,
member for the Ilrent ford dilvision of
Al !lddi1ox, dr0w attention to the con
diilon of' the royal flyinug-- corps; and
t he naval air servlce. ie said therO
tras great dissatisfactIon connlected
with the naval alr service In regard to
the or'mnization and1 the applointmnent
of a chicf who knew nothing abott
:iircr'ifts, above tihe heads or those
who in fact had built up the fabrIc of
It was Important, adlded tile meml
bor' that. England should have large,
now aeroplans for the offensive next
splring, In order tormot the new aIr
ships and now aeroplanles which the
Germans wecre building, lie asked
whly ivork on an English Zoppelin hlad
been stopped In January, and, whether
the adimiralty had dropped the polley
of attacking Zeppelins by aeroplatio.
Arthur Lynch, Nationalitt tflemfber
for Westelare, attacked -Lord Llege,
who, ho said, had blunderedl In not
moving to the defence of Liege, agaIn
on the question -of .mnunitions, and
once again In Serbia,
-"The blunder in .the 'Dar'danolles,"
he added, "was at. least a blunder of a
man who meant to do sothiething."
He' contended that the war was be
ing conducted with fsignal incom
a* hundre pon' -
You steppin' mighty' high now, but I
bet dey'll take you down,
Per yander sets do big Thanksgivin'
Hi, Mister Turkeyl Do folk. is come
No matter ef you weigh a ton dar's
appetites for all.
Ever hear dat story 'bout Pride what
Yander sete do big Thanksgivin'
petence, and that unless there was a
change, the country was moving1
straight to dlisaster. Hie would swVeep
away seventy per cent of the higher
Hriltishi commhnld, beginning wA
ield Marshal F'renchi, who had been
in 'comm uand fifteeon months and '"had
madec no progress."
iiIn lhe last offenikivP, coninue 11i(r.
Lyd( h, the alliles broke t hrough t he
Germian ii nes, but in thle superi or c'om
mianid dlerision was wnantinug to taike
full itdvantaige of the' moral victory.
TJh e GiovernimentI, lhe deel ared,( hiad no
i'aan or camnpaign. Theii idea of a suc
eessfuill war of' attr illon wa.s absurdil.
The war miust- be won in the fid. Thie
men01 were goodl and 'munliitions1 were
there. Leadership and direction were
Mr. Bal four, replying to the r'e
marks of Mr. Joynson--llicks, said lie
did( not think It. ought to be assumed
that the Glermans had takeni the lead
in aircraft contruction. The admi
raity andl war ol1lco dlesired to improve
the construction of gircr'aft in strength'
power and speed for the aerial (defenice
of London. It would, of course, be an
enormious adlvantage to have over
whlmning forces of aircraft which
could be'hurled against thd invader
and become invaders themselves, and
the government was doing its best t~o
increase the nuimber of aviators and
machines for their uise.
"We are building, he said; "not an
inconsiderable numberf lighter than
air .craft at the moment, fargely for
the purposo of scoutig, The question
of lighter than air a'nd heavier than
1Air craft is still uandecided. Thereaaen
, SUfTH CAR LINA, WE
The Man Behind the
By MINNA IRVING
[Copyright, 1915, by American Press Asso
E honor the heroes of history's page
Who gild it with greatness and
Columbus, De Soto and all of the rest,
Immortal in song'and in story.
They sailed to discover this land of the
Through weather unpleasant and
But there is another we should not for
The man who discovered the turkey.
O H. gather the drumsticks. clean pol.
ished and picked,
From each.bountiful Thanksgiving
And rear him a monument loftier far
Than the highest in fact or in fable!
Though nameless, he shines through the
mist of the years
Like the sun through a fog billow
So let us gide thanks while enjoying the
For the man who discovered the turkey.
To Thank Ie to Remember.
The Anglo-Saixon verb "thencan"
means to remember, and from It as a
root we get our English words "think"
and "thank." Theise words so closely re
lated remind us that thankfulness Is a
result of thoughtfulness and that vi
stons of the past will enable us to ap
preciate the victories of the present.
many persons who thInk Germany
chose wvrongly in chioos ig Zeppellins."
Mr. Balfour Folnted out that, ali
though whien thei war broke ou t lie air
servIce was relatIvely in its~ Infancy, it
woulId be foun d that durini g the p'rog
ress of thle war it had not. falIlent be
hindi( that again;t whjib it wa
The lrgest part ot t he defenc.e of
Londoni, conftllied the iira lord, must
be a coast defenice, and1( as theiy got
moere of the applines for t his ipur
pose thery woiuld more) nearlS y :qiceeed.
In acieevhing It. At ipresentt t he adi
ralty' were limilied by iheir means of
dlefenice, buti they wee mak1: l ing giuns ais
fast as they could.
'The serv'Iee was being consliantly
pulled up by the shioriage of men and
nio faIry wavinig of wands cer'! ptt
that rIght'rThe aeoplane hadc of~ the
range to enable it to iroce'od tromt
ilieso shio-ec and 'iecomo' a .ntonnee.
'1 ho enfomy Z/eppelia whIlh a'tacked
E'ngland, camne f'/om Norin G rmany,
whIch It was not easy-for Hrillah aIr
crafts to attack.
WitRh respect to the chnarges of
blunderIg in -the operatIons. Si r Hlal
four saId lie had no dloub it there wvas
much talent In the country wlieh wvas
not findIng Its best operation: nor dlid
ho think that every man In hyth com
mand was the vecry best inan om
nIscience could discover, butt nothIng
could be gained by such a speech as
Mr. Lynch had delIvered. No practic'al
suggestIon had been made, except (hat
every man engaged should be turned
out and some unspecified persons put
in to diret affaIrs.
DNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1915
iALO t I8 MI[RRY, IT 81Cf[N8!
CL[AN HIVR AN, B0W [8 L [ S tLI
Don't lose a day's work! If your Ilivcr Is sluggish cf
bowels constipated tak: "Do f'on's Liver T[on"
Yo.ttc bilious! Your liver is slu - .git:' er that each spoonfl wil
ish ! You fel. lazV, dizzy an it all cl o url slauI gi hliver b tter tha
intocked oti. YouIr head 1. lull. your I . l ofl n l y cal o (11 l atull ha11 t1 i
t'ltngute is oa vteal lrenit hati stomah '\ot't m:tke y'ni sick.
toulr anll howels constipall . PIut (on't I I ),L ,:n v r Tolte is reval liver
take salivating calomuel. Ji. make.; you' m ll ilw110. Y ou'll ito IW 111 1 r ,
sick, you ma' lose a <day's work. i u : i wIII .o (11 I li\Vl hii 11,1
Caloiel Is, 1mrcury or (Iulick IlV<(!, ymirlive will h.w -- e g
which esl niecrosis of (he hone. ac and <i-zzbu . r~m \s a
Calomel crasle into Soltr1 iler like 1i 'll ib swei t an tI1 l you r w-I A r
1ynamito, breaking it up. Thaut's wh(np <o uwil Feel like w'l in I I 'l b1 k
yol feeol Ithat a wfull nlauls a al era cheerv'l;1 f,11l ()1 v"!or' er1' an i
f you wnu; to enj1.t ah11e, mr r h r
n t tle t live rind bIowel u I ngIou -lil .ive 1 '
of Im m e ol.-tn', Liv""r T .l lo- H wive Tonef i'lIc- n- rIo
11i:" b1. Your rm'. or. flva!r 11110ma now . VOU;- '
.00 a a centl hollHe of UwonsLver 11ha1 1 he r.,I"e f (,:I ioun1 I n
Tonle 11n1er. my per-sonal wmoney-hr dai~ en1 l,-y ilrre.
Some Quick Sellers
We mention here a few of the
many items that were recognized
by expert buyers during the past
week and purchased freely.
Yard wide Pongee Plaid Silk in choice col
Perspiration proof Chiffon Taf fetas.
36 inch plain Wash Silk, colors white,
green, light blue and navy per yd. 25c
The range of Silk Finish Poplin running
from 15c to 25c per yard.
Just opened a yard wide Velvet Corduroy
in pure white at
With a full line of Sil( Velvets all stand
W. G. WILSON & CO.
COMEIL GIVENTN"T OU HA GVN AND
IL VDOER WAS RVIE E EA@AN T I
GIV NG ANDM
NUM E 17
'Sae o Io Car 1ol ini
I lANIDh, Sl.
IoNnty of 01 lures,
IN (01 llT (C; (O!.\lON Plfr:\s.
'I ho Norwoodt Na j:. : -n , P.i
I lurs ant. to .1 d'; 0 o I
inl thle alo\ C stated ic ,I %v.i (,ll at
baiutensi, C. 11., -. C., i a oly n
day of ithe m2)onti1h, (uinill! tII'' legal
hour2 for Such saL's, tIe low'i :de fC
;cribed property, Io wit:
Also, All that. tract, piece or 1 iacel
land situiale, lying and bein in j1l1
r.-nis Counzlty. State of oS tjth C o;,lnat,
ConIilning eighty-live ( z.:,) a . -. iorA
or less, an(d bolttded. oa t he . by
nd o lf.". left .ne Ande ful, 1n dho
.ma by a f the .:id .'1 . . uierI -
I , O the l ou h by izl2 msf C.
nk mih and onl tho( \% v:;1 oy. ':;of
. r .i a i and .\ . . i
d o 1 -aid trae0, of a I '' ring
a' N . n n ( C. 11.
( i , :, h h (, of .111
Ma y IM .in t-o diviil oi lItW c.date
of .l. h, c er-'ii edlf.
.\1), AI! 1h At irw t. IpioceO W parlce
4)4 1 ( '. ; .%l1!Cz iisi.4 d1n(1 tai
4)1 I 14( inuid:ed ilnd fout11 1 1- i ) I
11e, ioreo or l , i:n wnl _ Tract
. , of 1hclI .d(11(wen lan( i2 n g y
at !survWY Diauke by 1). !:. Paso h
bI d1a.y of illy, 1P2 1, wl In:. n ld.: by
( t. No. . .yl I Sto mith, :'allie I , hard
WonJane' 1"'. .nd.n and othrv;n
Abo0, all tha. lotn , p:ve or .ueel
of lanld ly inig r 1g ffand si llate ;In the
Cou'lnly and S ateaorevii,ea n
ing oneo hun1dred wind seventy-k;iht
I1) acre, more or less, biode nde1,d by
lands if (\(rs. .\ai( e Sml ith, .1. Ii. A'n%.1
ernson, N. K 1. Cooper and a'nd ,i form -
t rly belonging to the stae <s Henry
Aoden, being the same tra t of land
conveyed to it. A. Coopr and .o.
\Vron by .\rs. .lne P,. Anderson;
Also, all that. lot, piece oi- par~cl of.
laid containing fourten (1-1) acfres,
Iore or less, bounded -by lands of
John -N. olding, J. RIobert Anderson,
ISanford WVithers, 1). C. Smith, and
Also, all that tract. or parcel of land
situlate inl thle County and State afore
said, contain(ing one ulndred and fIn ift
( 81n) acres, im)ore or1 less, bollnded by
lands of t P. I . I land, 1 . C. s h,
th\*it Wharton, and o the, being tho
tradt. of land mrehased by o. It. An
d ron.ro D. C. Smith.
Also, all that tr .piece Or p rcel
of land situate, lying and beig ing au
rens County, State o' SouthI(':, Sta,
oeuaining thrle hund1rd img f four
(and) hres, more o les, bountd oe
he' North by llds of J1. It. A N rson,
ol the Mast by lands of, .1. R. Ando sq
anSt W. A. Anderson, ost the Soui b
the Witte place, and oni Ihe Wst by
lands of Jt. A. Smith and the Witto
place, being the tract of land pur
chased by .1. R. Anderson from \V. C.
Also, toll)thaa dractepiecemontparfeo
doftlaof sitale, 1yng anedi being 1 on1I )
Rected y iver,(i Laurens CIontyg14 State'
ofe South gCa1ro lit, cotaining four(lten
and31 three-'fouthsit (1 4't acres mtor
l:ands of is. Cein ne Boyd, ol n thend
East by4 '1t(a2nds of .. ('Dendy,2t21 onthe
Southb~v2 and Wes tf Reed Rier said
piec oflan bing moreL partcularly
R.:ffl A.1 Asin, surveyor,11 onJn.8h
1907 ando S i bing ('e tract of1lndur
INse byLltI J.1" Anderson from .]C.
AndersI t on ad8 l 125.Ibry
TermsW~t212r of Sle Oe-hal e32,1b.
a n t e pad ltweele0 month' f'lrn
dat- of althe cred4 i, plrtio tol hco
p hurhserou sovr il 1 aid , premises,'.la
halin 4 hot 4n interelt ofro ladaty,
I y's feein 14( aslof ltigaio' ii ln
cas St its be~tinilg 02a1ed inndhed nds
ounde btoy ad fr ..ll. tiran, 1wih
Bley, o reehaier t ad ote:rsi
inearh. ofuSlch ash lopay for aperst
and fos )201sampsI )11). If t ielr~ o Mae
term cofple wirh nte03!andi ( re---),
tieladt h 'sIl on same or sm' ont
slvisqlet aday 02) ame t ornlflat O
atr fformer purchaser.
.C. A. OWER,
C.hC. r. P of (. Lau re , S .
D~ated, this Nov. 8,h 1915. t
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