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ut 2More Shopping Days Until Christmas
Didn't think it was so near at hand? Now, don't put off your purchases until the last minute. The longer
you delay the less comfort you will have for shopping: besides, the assortments are now at their best. Don't
bother about lists--.the problem "What to Buy" will be eliminated after you get here. Plenty of suggestions on
Christmas Hosiery. every hand. All we ask of you is to rIOP EARLY.
Popilar with those wlo want to give .11 its f e n
something serviceable, popular with those > -
who want to give something elegant. And WIhun leit.hed..andkechiefs al.
delighted crowds chasing them here because SnI'E C Oe .. .
they got such good values, such charming l~etite a tLleieft all
serviceable styles for dressy wear.
Women 's Glovesilk Hose. Niagara Maid The Store of Better Things (oniiat
Brand in black and white .... .. 1.50 ine
\\omen ls pure Silk H ose, in black and white .... .... 1.00 asoice ln I' Xe vk wet
Women's Boot Silk Hose, extra good quality, black and (n arile S OrlCr.st as.........n.......d.....,...de 50
white .... ..... .... .... .... .... .... .. .... .50 It is not one bit too early to think or blying your Christmauns M n . Silk Socks i. ..ll... .... .. .50
gilts and Hiandkerchiefs are always sIt itable for that purpose.
Woine's Lisle Hose, soft and comfortable, in black and We have an2 iinnense sto ck, big assortmnent of styles at mod- SU nde Sets ia assorted olors, in neat Clu-istmas
lii4............................................ .25 vrI riee b'~ ~oxes ..............................5
Women's Ifemist it ched Ilankerch iefs, embroidered, iii
attra(t ive folders .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .05
Glove From rThis Store. """""e '"'with fancy bo""" r:s, in att"ri
Glo el Fro T isStoe.t ve ox... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .. .15 Silk and rs o d
CAbildren s landkerchiefs in aitractive box's, volored em
As Cli ist inns reiilelilra I'lnees carry a far greatem\ signli I- broidh.Id I (esigIls, :3 ill a1 box .... .... .... ........15/ Make Go msGfs
e(ance because tile recipient knows that your desire was- s e s, na box ....l.... . .... .. .
to seem'ce the best beyond peradventire and the best part 'onen s Hiandkei rhiefs, neat embroidered designs, inl Sl ii s'.ti(
of it is t hat the assiurn ce of quality liere costs you not t 3 i a box ... . .i-i---d-- .. . . .... .I..1 ... . .25 ll. 5()k. vaPo l ie oolors, figue..n.. .. . designs,.re .u
an additional penny. ~~~Aornen 's ernibroidered IlIndkercels4,. sheer<lity ex- / lr5evle nsl o ..
an additional pen y.3 in a box.e'i25s-- --.-l...... .... .25 D i w
Best quality imported French Kid Gloves iii black, white, W\oIteln's embroidered Ifanldkri-CeliiTs. with u-ide borders. inll tli, -e wanted sh ade n-.. l. for. on.-.ie.e.dresses
tan and gray, at .... .... .... .... .... .... .... 1.50 3 inl a box, only .... .... ........'. .50
Good qunality impuj~ortidted edcoorea100s (1i'ep. c Clhineti Handkerhliefs with 1e dolored boc- .\11 wool 84erge, fu.%l'I 38-i-nofh wide, in all colors, extra
GoodimportedKid Gloves in assorted colots tit 1.00 (, 01Y secil .--- .... .... .... .... .... .. .25 good nimbers. .... - -.............. .50
Table Damask. Good news' from our ready-to-wear section. Stam
New Table i)namask, M-inch wide, Prices that command attention. lti
white with blue border .... ...... . 50 . You e I1 a stig sving by selecting One.50) of *4 its fur tininied a spe ...
72-imch Mercerized' Damask, extra heavy yot- Ready-to--Wear wants here. Comli- t1 chas( by (4ur Suit buyer .... 15.00
quality, neat striped pattern, all parisoni will convince yot that 0111 styles All wool See il ill tiu e iie 1
white at .... .... .... .... .... .50 and values are tht(e best obtainable, and as- styles, Iles an)d blacks. They are
soinitents so varied to please all tastes. a'iioig the it\ arrivals ........3.50
Blnk s 1t o Coat Suits jb" st i , t'i"il'10 Voiinen's e( de Chie Waists, in
Blankets. with fr and braid.... ...... 10.00 ---hite and Ilesh volors, I 1) to ihe Iin
ONns lot of Coat Suits, new styles, neat- ute styles, (Ioice.... ....2...... 2.50 V t
Nashuna *Woolml Bs l Iantkets ill large11 ly I cili ted . We hoi igh t thi el)(i eap Ni ag-a ri IAhi 4 Silk 1 I'414' iie.a i~ il I)inlk
clieeks, 60 x76, good heavy (quality 2.25 n< wi e bou htt ie saeap N iar anid llbi t nd rw its V stk
I rn. il let .yon have theml the samle VssadcmiainSis et
All wool Keystone Blankets, large "a. .... - - .. ... .... .. 12.50 1.50 and Suits.............. 3.50 I
cheeks ( .ix82, well worth your tm,4oney. ~-- - ------... .....---.
e l)o -i - -.... .... .... .... .50 and0 .7
Switzerver s - h r tylish nrw .h w .is .- .S.w1.0zadr250s
For Ih en r a il.o rsocnsc m
ARE YOU LIKE THISI
How Soeic People Do Their Banking
Business. Local Banker Tells of
Some that Visit Mim.
A local banker who finds the bank
ing business one of the easiest and
pleasantest of pastimes, handed The
Advertiser news-gatherer the follow
Ing little clipping the other day, say
ing, at the time, that the Instructions
contained in it were needlessly print
ed as they are already faithfully ob
served by the best bank customers:
If you have any business at the
bank, put it off till 3 o'clock or a lit
tle later, as it looks more business
like to rush In just as the bank is
In depositingl money, try to get it
upside down and wrong end foremost
so that the teller may have a little
exercise in straightening it out before
If you mtake a deposit of one huniii
dred dollars and give a check for fifty
dollars, it is a good thing to call fre
quently at the bank and ask how your
account stands. This vilI impress the
banik ollicers favorably with your blus
If a check is nade payable to your
order, he careful not to indorse it be
fore handing it to the teller, but let
him return it to you and wait while
you endorse it. This helps to pass
the time and is a pleasure and a relief
to tho teller.
You can genorally'save time when
making a deposit by counting down
your money to the teller, as you can
nearly always counL. more speedily
and correctly than he can.
When you make a deposit do not
use a deposit ticket, but mix indis
criminately together checks and bills.
This wil facilitate matters exceeding
Always date your checks ahead. It
is a never failing sign that you keel)
a good balance in the bank; or, if you
do not wish it generally known that
you are doing a good business, do not
deposit your money until the very
last moment before your check will
When you ask the teller for change
for ten, be sure and wait until he has
-counted you out ten one's and then
hand it back and tell him that you
wantod it in quarters and halves. It
Ns custoniary to do this because Bank
Tellers are supposed to be mind
* .MT. HETJIEL NEWS. *
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Mt. Bethel, Nov. 29.-The sehool at
Mt. Bethel is progressing nicely, with
Miss Morrow, of Iva, Anderson coun
ty, as teacher.
Mrs. Wim. Siebert after spending
several months with her daughter,
J. E. Carlisle and other relatives, has
returned to her home in New Bruns
wick, N. J.
Mr. Harry Siebert of Elizabeth, N.
J., recently visited at J. H. Carlisles
and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. J. If. Carlisle recently
visited their daughter, Mrs. B. A.
Smith in Sumter county.
Mrs. J. C. Cogdill, nee Miss Carrie
Siebert, who was at the Baptist hos
pital in Columbia in September, for
anl operation, is at the home of her
sister, Mrs. J. ii. Carlisle. She has
been visiting other relatives in the
community. She expects to return to
her home in Acolu, soon.
The afrmers of this section have
been busy sowing wheat and oats.
Took La1%w in Their Oin Hands.
Mlr. E. 1. Gambrell of the Cleveland
comiiuni ty was taken from his home
hI'ulr1sday iIght by a posse and given
a severe whippiIng. The growd is said
to have nimbered from 50 to 100 per
sons and none of them wore disguis
es. The whipping took place about
midnight and is said to have been a
very severe one. It was the outcome
of Mr. (iambrell's ill treatment of his
wife. A warrant was sworn out
against him some time ago charging
him with assault, but was later with
drawn upon his promising to refrain
from the ill treatment of his wife. It
is charged that he broke his promise,
and in keeping with a warning given
him at the time, h crowd called at his
home Thursday night and gave him a
whipping. It is' said that he was
warned to leavd the community with
in flve days under a penalty of harsh
or treatment.-I onea Path Chronicle.
Meeting of U. D. C.
The J. B. Kershaw chapter, U. 1).
C., will meeting with Mrs. .1. G. Sulli
van on South Harper street, Monday
afterno'on, Dee. Gth, at 3:30 c'elocc.
Mrs. Robt. Eiehelberger,
Suits for Men, Ladies, and iloys.
You need a toit. Go to J., C. i1urns
& Co. - You'll buy the same suit, for
FORtD'S PAlRTY IN C ItEA SES.
Peace Advoente Has to Secure Ad.d
New York, Nov. 28.-The response
to the invitations of Henry Ford to ac
company him to Europe In an endeav
or to bring about peace among the
warring nations has been so great It
was announced at Mr. Ford's head
quarters here tonight that additional
accommodations have had to be ob
tained. It was announced Mr. Ford
had chartered the first and second cab
ins of the Scandinavian-American
Liner Frederick VIII, In addition to
quarters on the Oscar II, of the same
line, already provided.
The Fre(erlck VII will sail from
New York December 8.
Inability to leave their State busi
ness was the reason given by many
governor for not promising to make
Among Ithose accepting the invita
lion ate Mrs. Joseph Fels, Plhiladel
ibain; Mrs. Ilelen Ringo Robinson,
Denvor; the Rev. Chas. F. Akedi, San
Francisco, and Arthur L. Weiherby,
secretary of the Nebraska 'Peace So
Box Supper a Success.
Ekom, Nov. 29.-The trustees and
patrons of the Ekom school feel very
grateful to Miss Winona Chaney, our
assistant teaclier for getting u p the
box supper at. Ekom school house on
Nov. 10th. It was a success in every
way. Thie program consisted of music
first by Messrs W'ill Mundy, J. F.
Walker, Otis and I1ille Martin. Then
selling of boxes, and a flshling pond
were the centers of attraction, con
ducted by Messrs Carl Culbertson and
Ryan Pinson; then the cake walks and
the two cakes were won by two of the
oldest ladles, present, Mrs. Margaret
Moore and Mrs. Loo I. Culbertson.
Miss Pinson, the teacher of the Oak
ville school recited two pieces whiclh
added much to the amusement of the
crowd. We realized $20.00 clear which
will help our rehool so much.
And last was selling of a cake of
Octagon Soap by Mi. Carl Proffitt.
They made one cake of soap bring
$5.00--thanks to all.
T. C. Blurns & Co. 2 lvd fron Rtacket
tores are the talk of TLurens and.
il ad.loiningy con ties mnd towns.1
Voui'll get wi pt von want*at tRed Iron
1 kef. and get it for less. lelieve me,
tle'e two storeu are se'ling the goods
rom m m~
FORD) ANl(S IlETHEAI TO ,JOIN.
IItIes Lientennt Uoverinor to Mike
Columbia, Nov. 2S.-Andrew J.
Flethea, Lieutenant Governor, today
received a telegram from Henry Ford,
the automobile manufacturer Inviting
him to represent South Carolina on
the peace commission which Is to go
to Europe next Saturday. Mr. Bethea
ans not replied to the invitation, but
ias the matter under consideration.
rhe peace commission will sail from
Nlew York on board the Oscar II, of
he Scandinavian-American Line, go
ing to Christiana, Norway; Stockholm.
Swe(len, and Copenhagen, Denmark.
Prominent persons of European na
tion are to meet the peace commission
from this country at some central
oint to be established later and hold
in international conference dedicated
to negotiations looking to a settle:nent
>f the European war. The American
'ommiitission is to include about one
hindred prominent men and women
rom different parts of tile United
States. .\ir. Ford last week invited
AovrIianor Mlanning, who, because of
AlicialI business, was forced to declline.
Among those who~ have accepted mem
Cership on tle A merlenn Commission
ire John Wainmaker, Thomas A. i'di
ion, Jane Addams, Ileln Keller and
rederick C. lowe, commissioner of
Only True Church.
There Ii a i-tr church wherever one
hand meets a anotler helcftlly, and
that is the only holy or mother church
which ever was or over shall be.
State of South ('arolina,
('ounty of Lauretn.
IN PROBATI'C COiUT.
Albert M. Raniage as executor of the I
last will and testament of Mary i
Ann IRamage, deceased, Petitioner. I
By virtue of an order passed in the I
xbove stated case on November 26th,i(
1915, by the hot / rable 0. (. Thomp- I
ion, probate juld e for Lau rens coutn
ty, South Carol ia, I will sell at Lau
rens Coifl Ho se, South Carolina, on I
Satirday he ilth day of December, i
1915, at el ve o'clock A. M. to the 4
highest bid r for cash the following <
leseribed properly belonging to tile
state of..Mary Ann Hiamage, deceased:
Two shares of stock in 'le Ial
met to Bank of jLmns.
i'outr shares of Stock in tlie Ilome
Trust Co. of Laurions.
One set of ha rness.,.
AIBET'' M. RAM.A E,
A Lover of the Horse
ooks as carefull after his feet as any
>ther part of his anatomy'. It pays too.
3ring your horse her to be shod and
tee how mich; be er he will work
or you. The intfrovement in his ae
Ion will show you that it makes a lot
if difference when you have him shod
J. D. SEXTON & SON
LAURENS, S. C.
', l.Featherstone WI. it. clidilt
FE.itTl-'IEllRTONE- & KNI(iT
.AttIiorniys it Laiw
LalIrenls, S. C.
i usin s.1 lIrii.ted to Mir Cnrt
,Vill 11n1C io omilt 11nd4 cain41i .kienl
Ofilee > er Paletto lank
Mr. 1.etesoewi syvend Wedne:s
lav of eacl week inl I11iurein.I)
tate of Southi Cirollina,
County of Laureins.
IN COiRT 0111 COMMON P1CAS.
1lio Norwood National Bank, Plain
F. . Anderson, et. al, iDefendants.
Pursuant to a decree of the court
in the above stated case, I will sell at
oblic outcry to the highest bidder at
-aurens, C. If., S. C., on Salesday in
)ecember, next, being Monday the 6th
lay of the nionth, during the legal
ours- for such sales, the folluowing do
crilbe( property, to...w.itr
Also, All tliat-t-iet, piece or parcel
and situate, lying and being in Laua
ens 'Colinty, State of South Carolina,
ontaining eighty-flve (8~,) acres, morc
or less, and bounded on tlie North by
.nds of Mrs. .Jane Anderson, on the
.:lst by lands of tile said .1. It. Ander
on, on the South Wy lands of .1, C.
m:01h and oin the WeM't by lands of
dIrs. Maoy . Smith anld Mrts. Janle Anl
lorson, Ihe Said tract or land being
rnet. No. :on a lat .made by C. 12.
'i'ke, ,-:rcyor, oi the i lb day (of ,an
-ry 1 Mci, in thile dir iIo (i of the estatc
f .1. I. Amilish, deceased.
Also, All that tract, piece or parce
of land situate in Lau rens County,
State of South Carolina and contain
ing one hundred and fourteen (114)
acres, more or less, known as Tract
No. 5, of the Redden land as shown by
a survey made by 1). 11. Boyce on the
8th day of July, 1891, and boundle by
lot No. 4, Joel Smith, Sallie Richard
son, Jane F. Anderson and others;
Also, all that tract, piece or ! ucel
of land lying being and Aituate in the
County and State aforesaid, cutiain..
ing one hundred and seventy-eight
(178) acres, moro or less, bounded by
lands of Mrs. Manie Smith, J. I. An
derson, N. 1M. Cooper and lands form
crly belonging to the estate of lenly
Redden, being the same tract of land
conveyed to R. A. Cooper and J. N.
Wren by Mrs. Jane F. Anderson;
Also, all that: lot, piece or parcel otf
land eontainin - fourteen (1-1) acres,
more or less, bounded by lands of
John N. Golding, .1. Robert Anderson,
Sanford Withers, I). C'.4mith, and.
Also, all that tract or parcel of land
situate in the County and Stat- afore
said, con taiining one hundred and fifty
IWoo) acres, miore or less, bounded by
lands of P'. I,. Iloland, i). C'. "nith,
Whil Wharton, and oithers, being th
of la1.hnd purchased by J. 1i. An
der.sonl from 1). C. Smithll.
.\lso, all that Iract, piece or parcel
of lind situate, yiig and be ii. in Iau
ren umnty, State of South "arolna,
eontaining tre hundred aiid four
(::01)aees, more or less, boiuled on
tile North ly lands of' .. iR. Anderson,
ont he la i i bv lands ol J. it. AiIerson
a11)( W. .\. .\ndrI n wn the Ioth by
lie Wittt place, and on the \\'est by
lands of .1. .\. nitlh and the Witto
lace. heinig the Irat fW haind pur
'hu''ch' ed by .1. lI. Ain'drson froi W. B.
Also, all that tract piece or parcel
of land situaie, lying and being on
leedy River, in ILaurens ('outly, Stato
of outh Carlia, coitainiig fourteen
andic thrIi cee-fouirt lls I- I acres, more
or less, and b111ounided on tile North by
lands of Mrs. Corrinne lloyd, on the
East by lands of J. Y. DIendy, on the
South and West by Reedy Rier, said
piece of land being morc pa irticularly
(escribel by a 1da11 of salme made by
R. A. Austin, surveyor, on Jan. 8th,
1907, and being the tract. of land pur
chased by .1. it. Anderson from A. C.
ernms of Sale: One-half cash, bal
ane to be paid twelve lllonths from
date of sale, the credit poirtion to be
seenured by bond and mnort gage of the
pirchaser over ti' said premises,
beari'ng 8 per (Cent. Interest from date,
and providing 10 per cent for attor
ney's fee in case of litigation or in
('ase of its being placed in the hands
of ani attIor'ney foer collIect ion, with
leave to r1111hasi ' t- 1111Y entiiro bid
in (ash. 1li'urhasr to paly for papers
and stamps. If the temlis of sale are
not complied with, the land to be 10
sol l n S11me or sOiI suCetuilnt
Malc- day on1) sameii teirm.s, at r*isk( of
NO. ). O''
Sheriff of Laiinre n County.
Ith Nov. 8, 19l-5. 1-3t