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* SH1iLOHK NEWS. *
Shil1oh, 'May 28.-The very infavor
ablo weather for the past, swveral
weeks has caused the farmers of this
comlifitunity to have the poorest stand
of cotton they have had in many
years. Entire fields are being plant
ed over. The corn crop is very proni
isIng, both as to acreage 'and general
It is with pleasure that we note the
fine record .iss Fay Ilellams is mak
ing in the -Advertiser 'Contest, she be
ing ainong the leaders as shown by
last week's issue of Tho Advertiser.
Miss Hellatus will be glad If her
friends will either give her their ub
scription personally or when they are
in 'Laurens, take then to The Adver
tiser office and leave then to her
Mr. Wilmon 'aldwin of IBarksdale
spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs.
'.ir. and H i's. 1Gar Gray were the
guests of Mrs. .J. C. lIellains and fain
MrNil. and irs. Pi'irinani 'Iellams were
the guests of Mr. and 'Mrs.' Eugeiie
Wasson Saturday night.
)Ir. an(d AMis. Arthu r Curry splnt
Sinchdy evening with Mr. and Mrs.
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* .T. OLIVE NEWS. *
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Mt. Orive, May 28.--A good rain fell
here last night. Setting out potato
Silips is in order this morning.
'Mr. and NMrs. A. I. Thonie of l',koin
visited Air. and Mrs. W. L. Cooper Sun
Dr. Donnon of Bloyds f.lill was In
our midst recently irofessionally.
MisS Alta Nartin of Owingsville,
spenit. Saturday night with her iunle,
Dr. .1. 0. Alartin.
Miss Ielia IPitis and rather of Pop
Ia r S'priigs were in this ntumcoiu nit y
last week getting votes in it( Adver
Mir. 111d Mirs. Olis \ilartin of Ekom
vislied .\l*. a111d Mrs. George Culbert
We are glad to know our- friend, Mr.
.1. It. Iluirtoi who has been real sick
for the h4ast. week, is ituWoving now.
We hope he will soonI he well again.
The writer has been eiijoying somie
fine '.\Iay peaches. They stire are good.
* Children's Day iti Now Prospeet. *
The 29th anniveisary of the New
Prospect Children's Day was fittingly
observed the -Iilh Saturday. Notwitih
stndin(lig unf'avorable ci stances
the Ilicasles in the neighborIiood
amnong tile clildren, the ul*ideriurrenit
of depressiott (In the hearts of iaiy
caused by the great world war, might
he ietilione'd as two adverse 'oil
olls aind tIhei oii Ole inioriiing of1 tile
lay !) hnder sorm en.e u p wh ich i
iirevenmted iniany fr'omii attnding, who
othpriwii e wuild, y'et despitie all this
the day was as usual, a gre'at sue
('('5. \i'. .\lar t in hadl a very 1'Creditable
lirogramt and~ somne ofi those who have
bi(een reg ulart all einants for years are
of thle oIpiiioin that Sat urday's was onie
of the( iiu bes ever.
(exieeiglyi liouid iof his . new suit.
face withI smiles. In thle exuberane
ofi the joy3 thai was ini his hieari lie ev
ii weiit 54o fx i as to admit ''ihat. ii. D).
- Stewar iwh~lo hlpedC~ out itn singing
withi his good i(enOir, was iirety neari'it
as good as he, hiinlself ('ouh li do, whIich'l
take' it fr'omi me1, a1s somei siinging!
.\ is. Waude 'uilherit soni of Wateloo,
.\Mis. Lou i'iniley of -\l I. I'le'asanl, .\Ilrs.
Iaiii e llenjaini of' lieaverdam areii'
amoing thei older'i one's Whoi( neCver miss
a ('h Ihiren's ll)ay3 if they' c'an help it
andl ar'e aIways looked foi' 'and cx
I'eed~. .\l vs. .\Iela I. lel is of Gr ieenIi lie
alIso t 'r'g to greet lierm fiendus on Ibis
dlay, as t his is her'm hioime hturchi andl
all herii loved one(s sleepel ini the' reme
Amtong lihe iaiirniS ('ontiige'it that
aninually gr'e't frieis here, can lie
.01' the hous~e (of ,aiigstoin and New
li'ro.-;eat is the chuiich of' their fore
failiei'. ''A g.oodl dlay" siledI a little
weiin'n firom uip (ray (Couri' way, n.
lior eari pas;.ed palily hoimewar'd
"'We'll he, back~l a$imi" and t hat I
thlik was lihe v'erdier of' all anad imay'
each oneClc h' ycared to icom(lle t'Oii he
:30t h anniiivyersir in i 118!
Superiutitions of Royn'.y.
Caiesari, N po4leon,. JHimar ek and1( othx
era w('r'e not iabove thle suiperstit ion of
'"lucky'' and( '"unluek'' dliiys. Thurs
day was the "unlucky" daiy of IHenry
.~.VIII, of lis son, Edwanrd, and of his
Sdaiighter's, Mariy andif E'lizabethi. It is
strange that they should hatve aill died
Up)on this (lay.
IT IS PATRIOT
BUY A LIBER
What is a LIberty Loan Bondi
A Liberty Loan 13ond is a solomi
pronise of tihe United States to pay
at naturity the amount of the bond
to the holder thereof, and to pay in.
torest seni-annually each year fron
the dato of .the Issuance of the bond
until it is fully and finally paid.
What Is tihe iecurity for a ibert)
The faith and lionor of the Unite<
States, backed by all of tihe resourec
of the nation and the American peo)
1le. A Liberty Loan Bond 1a a nort
gage oin all the resources and taxing
powers of the government aid of al
of the resoitrecs of the American pco
What is the Nature of a Liberty Loai
Thdee are two kinds of lAbert:
Bonds. Bearer Bonds are to be is
siied fin denininatlotis '6f $50, $100
$500 and $1,000. These Bearer .Bonds
\vhich are made payable to bearei
have interest coupons attached whicl
are detached by the holder when th
interest Installinments t ney represen
(re due, and can be cashed at an;
inank the saie as a United State
Registered bonds are to be Issued
which are regIstered as to both prin
cipal and interest, in denomination
of $100, $500, $1,000, $5,000, $10,000
$50,000 and $ 100,000; cheeks-for th(
aniouit of Interest (ie will be malle
out. sfin-ainally to the holders o
these registered bonds.
What Are tie Ter. of i Liberty Loal
Liberty Ioan londs of tle ilrst is
sne of $2,000,000,000 jye to bear (lilt(
of .1une 16, 1917, and to runl for thirt;
years, except. thaI tile gove I'n ment re
serves the right to pay them lifteel
years after date. It1 this right Is no
exercised by the goverItinenit tlftece
years front date the honds will rul
Mhe full Ihity years.
'1'These hoids hear. In terest at :1 1
per ceit per anniin, and the In teres
Is payable setil-atinually oil the fif
teenth (lay of December and ti le tif
teenth day of June In each year.
What. Special Advantages lInte Thes
Lilbeil.y Ioan Hlonds
One speelal advan'tage on othel
bonds, national, state, municipal, 01
Icorporate, have is that if the Unite<
States during .the continuance of thhi
ilwar shall Issue other bonds tt a high.
er rate of interest, the holders o
these lIberty bonds have the right t<
exchange 01iher I4Iberty bonds i foi
bonds bearing (he higher rate of In
terest, dollar for dollar.
hIaiit 01her Slecial Advantalres. IN
These lIonIds Posess
They ar non-ta xabl e. If your city
onlity, and state taxes ar ih Iuree iniilh
oili the dollar, a not itit sual tax. 1thes
btonds are equivalent to ordinary cor.
1)ora1te biondls orI0 lther ivest nentI
ini addition. ho Federa la Ix wiel
war I oliditions iiiav laiter ila ke noe.
.esary villI alfteetliese l1and~s. Tha
only lax thlese Ihnds a ire suct (<
is the inheritain-c lax. uich(1 apie
to al Pr'operty ot all kirtnis winatso.
Ilo1,1 nr e 1,1 hert ) lorn i ObtinI ned f
I r ha s o f o l m t e s ap ii e a n bIli t e I I -
tiulied froni the Trieasury h)'paiiitiiii
tI onal, .Stalte, or Private bank, anyl ex.
11ress otlice, andt~ anyi podM 0lliec in
miaster w uill aid aplieant in tIlling oilt
h is blank, and thIie other aic Isnuecs
sary to obt'a in t hese bonds.
Is it. Necessary to .\dvertise
It is not neccessa ry to ad0vert ise these
Is (arntestly~ desir ed that this loain
shual be a popuilari loan, a loia' by andl
hrenI lie people ait large of' Ithe I'nied
I 8 Ic, antd not, (Ilonie froun hankiis,
trust (0om1paieis an ftiI nanti ers. 'To
Ithat (lid bondi ar il o be issued( of
tior sintallI lltits at' to) be su
iied beforei~ isusciers lot iarge
tunt .~ ar icied:( thir t lll subt
is Iti~ Patriot i' to Purct(Ihase' Theiise
Vein, overy \ Anien wh~vio suh.t
:l ribes. to te Jitstlo'' of 1114 (ourle
afIb lni adc, Ghites ini enmtering anmd
couiteting; the wari we are( no0w (n
gatgedt ini should subscibe- to the' lih
city Ioani ihond 1isso Ilo the, exstent
(ur his or her tinatialil ability.
livery Amll eii w ho subscr54'ibe toS I
thle bli ef tat an Amierleani shiouhi
sItandl by is or hier ('0ountry shiouil
su bscibe to the I~I berety ILoan 114ond(
i VeryV Amlerleani whol loves A tnerl
Cn nnd( Is iJnen,: of A mm.il~' i-..
IC DUTY TO
TY LOAN BOND
shuld siubscribe to the Liberty Loal
Blond Issue. The real success of th
loan Is to be more determined by the
nuiber of Anericans participating il
it than by file amount stubscribed
The spirit of the nation is going t
ble Judged abroad, especially by oul
enemnies, m1ore by the number of it
Anerican mnen mind women who sup
port this bond issue than .b ' the mer
amount of money subscribed.
Your patriotic duty-Buy a Libert,
A Liberty Loan Bond is a niortgag
I on the United States.
Relmeinber fhe Lusitanla and buy
I berty Ima illo 1 nd.
The $5,000,000,000 bond issue o
- this year is naned "The ljiberty Loa
of 1917" because It. Is to be a loa
from at free people to be used in fre(
Ing the worIld.
I It is the loan of a liberty-lovin
1people to be devoted to the establish
L nient of liberty in Ettlrlope and Oil Ill
P high seas.
It is the loan of the great dein
eracy of Ile new World to redres
the wrongs and su1pport. tile caIuse c
the denllocracy of the old.
hlow to .lake Applicatilon For Buds.
This applicitilon should be t ransm
I ilitted through the sulbscriber's banil
C trust com paly, or other agency actini
on his behalf, or it may be tiled direc
with the Feder'al Reserve lank of li
i district or the iTreasuiry Depart ne1it a
Tio the Secietairy o the Treasury:
Accoldiig to lie lernis of Treas
ury Departnieit Circular No. 78, date,
i MatY 1, 1917. Ihe undersignied hereb,
apply for $-........ par valuie of Il
I .~-Pt \ ea r "1-2 Per' (*nt ( 'Ill Ihotnd
1 of 1hv l'Iited States, aid aLrv(e I
lMY Par and .11(l rutl 41 inltvr44't lot an;,
holdsk alloed onl this applii (
L'The 11111 of $........ ja iellvloa;ud, 1iv11
2 13e1 e-it on the 11not1nt1 of1 bond;
aillied for for pylniel in fli fl. fll
on1e $50 or I he one $100 b3ondl( appliei
Signatilre of subscriber. in fill. ....
Address--Number and street .......
City or town, .....................
Collunty ............ State ........
Note.-It is desirable -that the fol
lowing information be furnished b,
I. If full paynient is to be iiuade.be
fore final Installments (late indieate
In the cirlular, what will be the dat
of such full payment?...............
2. If it Is expected that. fllure pay
Illents wil le inade by cheek. upo
l'ilt ank ii' or (rust ionipaniy wil I .110
e1eks probably be drawn1?..........
Naume of 1,hnk or I l.rust (p.an31
:1. Wlutt, if' any,144 ' particular denoni,
Iimitjions of! intler'in ''ili -ai3 are' d14 e1
Ad. T srou h wha i. ...... hank 0
4414'' y'o is !:is 3ll!'l t'o tran1s
"The14 .\14ortal 8!n."' the livi'-j. *jt4
oni .\I o)nd;: . i.; a1 ri 4 pi . m I3h441 34 .
01 f 1 unusuali nterU'la . \\'ri t. 33 ;.nm db
l'('(tedl by.h n11 -iir0 m h
produced by44ll ('31143i3n 3Ia l'ietur1.: (';po
rail ''r11 h .\ e:o pro.., ! 3:31: 13
vanltage of 11he pos:Ibil i- 1 ffl' - 3
Thel4 l'Ir of .13ane4 Ander'Ison3 i2 n4'4lt
wuithI dramt 11111II ng44 h.W and 31141prs this4
v'ersat:ile little s1lar 31 i1banice. 1 di
1331la l('he gr'eat emoi4tionial abIlr.
Th'el stor0y ll s (of the' 4' . irug .') of
a1 youn1g author4)1, t,('org(' .\nderso441,vn. h
has1 t(o 4'ke (31t a miiserale 4xistence(
by. work1ing1 a1s 4 ('lerk in the? pub11h
ing house of1 111? man14 to whm h144le is
l1rying toi sell his nov:4,l. 111i4 health1
her1 honor44'1 ti I lng 4u1ce4 in:-3~ heri hus4:.
1handt a144 a n44 4'!ist. 114' x. .S
11h4)3 hii 34 elf , how 831'a1214ie.. 34 he4
r'!lece o: I .' .\n341-3e4r . , i. 'd 1334.
Aliss 1)ana: is '-upport.-3 4! b at ':
ha14 i4-eni entrust18ed to 4,4 I :ocr \'alker,
m( e1(n . ) . n t h e r4 4 1 : . .\l f a v :r i t i 4' A4
gIstusl Phlillips, whot 11a:- the4 p31 of1
i n h e 1 a s t a r3 l l e n r I. .1o n e,1: 4 2 J4 4 3l i s l e .
It'oley, RIlecn Alien and1( 1.34d1y Thomp..'i
('0Ived(, sp14lendblvalo Ii.
S. .\. & 1N. I I. Wi' l.10'E.8 & .
cXe N f
T is is the O
been tested bel
comparison with i
Marie Rappold, A
Guido Ciccolinii. A
and a dozen other
icled in more than
The NEW EDISON Re-Creates
literal exactness that the Re-Crea
from. the. original, although orig
heard in d'irect comparison."
COME TO OUR STO]
LE US prove by your own Cars that ti
Edison gives a musical result which n(
sound reproducing device is capable of pro<
lcniieinhcr, there is no obligation to buy
:ncrely ask you to stop, look and i.Atcn.
The United States
Volunteers From L
County at Once
MVen bodily soun<
ages 1 8 to 4() are
fective juncI \st p~
men increased $1
.Enlist Now-nDo Not We~
Apply at Laur4
ograph with a Soul"
icial Laboratory Model which has
'ore half a million people in direct
ts Re-Creation of the voices of
nna Case, Margaret M atzeniauer,
Julia Heinrich, Christine Miller,
o, Jacques Urlus, Otto Goritz,
rthur Middleton,T1'homlas Chalmers
rrent artists. The result is chroni
'our hundred of A merica's principal
verdict was unainimous. T'his was
allforms of music with such
(ion caYennot he distinguished
rinal and Re-Creation arc
IE NOTiE Pl'"ase o int aisk us to si
you EIalion Ur-Cre-aions ifyou itn em
N tlo allem p to play hmcm on any olhr
e New instrumn t than the, Newe Edison. No
) ot ,her other instrumnt can bring oul the., true
. musical :juality of Igimn Ite-('rerations.
ii - i . Furthermuore, injury to the- r-cords is
c. likely to resulI if youl alletmpi li o play
thm oin ain orrlinary phonuograph or
I bewen h
>pe mon th.