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ADVlERTISE l'1IllNTNG CO3MPANY
Laurens, S. C.
Advertisint Itates on Apliention.
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Cent a Word.
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S. C., as *ecold cla's mail I matter.
.L'R INS, S. C., SETlT. *26, 19.17.
I's a very dull1 diy now' wNhel Sce.
Ln oig des2n't 1)u the O l ant 1ce into
soln' of 4 thHit ohd 44ri 4 itigu2e.
': erythlilg ha, gone 44) except rail
1.4 1 fat res atnod Ad ve rt iser sruIbsclrip
f ion'. Ity the way, have you paid
I *idea hing 14hainionld b. tw
leaders of the s4ealled ''leorll" par
Iy 14 have at convent ionI to slate a
fickt to -,)11h int oh . Tale d 'inlocratic
1rilary I I c., ti oua I- z l (prova!--for. lhe
"I 4l rIll" pa-t. .\ot bein,4 ill syrl
22:12!:, with l4 : I r h Ip of ha par
: :; I its promotelcrs4 l2iay%*
dlo 2 plefe' its or2. ni ation do1 s. i
('424 rn4 42 4. 4\44'pt. in2-'far2 as 2)he eT'1 et'
''2''' ti'.i4, 244 i e u o the 4ri
v.q4 li't -1
o 1 I
lit -1 vt i v~ I44'
'224r ri . a I. 2 h
n't doUkn :l an 2r)u
.li2 en inG4vl S a in a o
222'l fo h t sh 'eo ~o
wher22 , but i so ha pe 22ha th o -.
1ortni2 has ot4is24h112t in
2rease prien4 it ha I in ths
in4 44 I-anrens. It'' is , 42 2it po ibl 2 hat4
are.2 i ndeed, 42 42ne of5'4 th e s tu lin
iihuo', lo rel sm1410 1hing 11 that. r
2o1n 14r1had0.21 n 4410 on.it'S124 Th4e publi
mintes canne town 12:do~2 as we do
dlecry thec extort ionafte prices, but the(
llidviduals go r'ighlt ahead1( gettIng as
mu44ch as thelly can for4 what. they have
Sgo.t It's a1ll wr'ong, of c'ourIse, es2
pecelally wh'1en 0our soldhiers are the su1f
forer's, but how many of -us would1( re
fuse4 a nice profIt if we could get It.
No change for' the better' Is liable to
take place unless some very radical
measulres are taken to curlb prICes and
the Ceurh1ersf ar'e doubtless in a minor-I
flhITiSli D)ESTRtOY1R SUNK.
Torpe'doed by U-BPoat in ChIanniel Ap.
stroyer has12 been torped(oed and1( sun1k
hyV a GIerman sambar21ine~ 14n the ap1
l 1neh1es of the channel142, accord'(1ing 1o
aIn admnirlalty annh( 'un ICemen~lt. There1'
-wore fityv ntriiVvor'i.
It I \ 1) N 1 ,JALl BONI)S SOLD. I)
1:41th Irint: Premiuim Over the Prin
ip.il. Sale Sub i to the Approval
of Altiotrt ns.
.\I;-. N. 1.. Di:., purch1ased (t 1 50,
011 i ssue of ro1ld lold oif leed for
ale Friday. paying a premillttm of $" ik5
Ior thein. Tll bolnds c(arry a rate of s
:per cent interest with theml. Thtey It
are sold silliject to tihe approval of a 'p
lond law, ,Yer in New York. i
The jaIl bon(ds, amounting to $5,- it
loil were bid og by Mr. .1. 1). Bell, of ti
C'linton. he paying a prenittim of' $75 N
on them n. They Carry tihe sam1e rate ()
of interest as thle road bonds. 11
With the confirmation of the sales, 1K
v(hich ought not to t ak more 11ta 1 - '
t ral weoik.-, road and jail vomlmis.sioil- a
4:-; will i n to lay thelir plan 1fo df
ac:-1al ( onstrul-tionl work. f1
Wanit AdWll It.
.\1r. T. .\l Slaw, w'1ho raises a lot of 2
.jne pig" 11(1 other Stock and is also I
a consistetit ser of The Advertiser's
wlanlt ad colbiinu, issuted a ltirry call
Satlurday to sto the wail adverlise
mnt which he started in tle pap it
1:st week. "Sold out tile i i, e said.
"and every ianl askt : me about theii
sahl he had seen moy nl I :dvertisetlelint in
The Advertiser". ilr. Slaw sold over.
(0 worth (pigs frot one adver t, ise
TIE:DDY WA NTS TO h
I an.ns lily. .\ ., I. ept . 2 . I f I
I i. n1 44 1in it a Im mber of the o
iii. .1 8 e 4 senat I would be
-1 t4 ! in that Ill):y 1nt if I
St, r i. I-' (.h! 1 of 1 is :4eat in that I
2. I 1.- 4)1 11 4441 T I II)
.4u h -4 n w d .rw 1.
* :3 * $ + . * 5 * $ * $ * II
Sl'IT\ N~r i2,
44 -. e w i. 1 4h Il
, h . '.. i I 11 at :
f. n "i. : . 2. 10 i
V W :*ilv Olo .\Iaxwvll tmtria ca
m .\ p : . 1.' i) iaI
i Tow h:Ity o ult 1%.1ism a ;re
S i tt of '' nitiv. ' tion.' wit4
nei --hool. \\rilt. lox :3 .
. 11.1 . O w - It I
n'ieII Ile in hA t he 4 1'
n 44.444' e l -.- :.rs o! l
n an ' '44 0. 14-14' ami 4 4 h-1 e
444s of 4L4-1- n. 4 12 0
'4.1 a : ... : . (' ' .\ -p
3:o n' chu n er aie w' ith ' 8 or
For ient 1'4 sIoIr'-room opost
th pst l -e Ab4o fo sale '(omple44
diion. 4. 4ly 1 '' Dr W. 1\. ia44. 9-5t
on and~'il on-hl miles' from44. .\(4 unt
vill14. Ihigh stale of cultivation. Also
itnto .S, 4 and til h oise farms41. App1lly 10)
Co., Isallrenis, S. C. 9-21
Fot Sitle-- -52 ace's, 2 1--2 mniles notlh
of Is.alt tirena, (4n IWO )1 o bi'0road, Iwo
Ifeia nt hiotses., good Hlermuiitda I 4as tre
Apply41 to K. 1P. .\liter, 141n2rens, S. C.
lfor Satle'---112 anetes aboutq2 ' ('2te
oif m1l~e fr'on talg 0on GreenileI I hiIghi
way and rai1lroad ini oity limIts, good
briekc clay 4)n prtopety. 1Hermudatli pas
tuire'. lodeal fotr smal11 formn subdlivisionl.
See Oakan 112011leighits iUealty Co., 1-: IP.
Fotr Sale--'r2imson l'lover seed4(. .\Ir.
H. S. H odges, of I bilges, S. C., who is
an aut(hortity ott crtimsotn clover, saiys
seed In -the chaff are tutch more* Ire
ferale 4 to) the clean sceed for' obl aIn
lng at stanld, The burrni holds the mo1is
tiurc and protects seed from cold, be
sIdes It causes also a cettain amount
of Inoculation; and again, home
gro0wn seed arc always prefer'able t~o
50eed1 grow.n at a dIstance. CrImson
clover seed are very scarce anid thie
time Is neatr when they should he
pllantedl. Y'ountgs Phtarmna(y, Cllinton,
S. 'C., c.an suplply y'ot wIth a line
<Iltality of seed at a very cheap late
by or'dering at once. Prtice 17 1-2 (eants
For Sale--4 (egis4 teld JTersey' bl
feryear old 1(. WI. D). Hlyrd &: ion,
ifIJDIST'iITC('iIN( and I(Oi'NG -
We have ju't installed a I Ioemstithel
igan tl icttig NMachiln and are in
ptosi(,lon to do all work promp11tly.
wood. RJ. C. O-si..mt
on't Fall to See Two Good Stars lin
"The False Frienld".
FirtA a fatmous football star, second
rising younlg attorney with Ithe
orld iefore him, third a brokei
irit, brokenl-liearted traip and
'Irth at inlan wvith z' niew hope flamling
I his hear t --these are the various
ops in tiie 1 rogresslon of young
anistie;dll front hap~pinless to htappiness.
hIe mory of this inal's rise and fall
id final rise is graphically and en
rtainingly told In "'The False Friend'"
e new \\'orld-Pilcture -lUrady-Made
hieh will be seen on Friday at the
pera I louw;. Rtobert. Warwick por
ays lie character of Rlaimsdell. Gall
aine is sceun in the role of tile young
orniani who imea ns all to Ramsdell
id whose loss is one reason for his
>wnifall. The story moves swiftl1
Oi' ter11 t'i aining incident ho enter
ining incielent, to the ttartlitig and
x prele ed elimax. All Ilie support
g iiniebeis of tie comipany are ea
ible and spenldidly cast. The whole
'Ohtillon Las blen staged on a lav
I !caIe. "The False Friend" is a
orotiglly entert a ining, thoroughly
eresting production. See it.
A LI ETTO LO)GE NO. 19, A. F. M.
.\ regeular comnnti onat lol
of Iil'almetto laiige, No. .9,
G A. P. M., will be held Fri
- da nig ht, Sept. 28th, 1917,
7: 15 o'clock. There will be a regular
Isines met ing. .\l emliers are urged
iatfend ant visAting brethren wvel
I "V , itl v (I )
0. .\lderson, T1io:;. [. Swygert,
Se're t ary. W. I\T.
ki-. ' ii - C o'ry
i e renal inl bhi 10.0in 'Inede --a,(..
. . 1-:. !1. W1.K :.S & CM.
ab e Sud Carlinn
a in oiit
ho n h wrvic: ;mnI i oni
;1 1) an(:ver the( coin paint withinl
ni l t this
h n ' n < i' ii. The
i ol v;. I i I I t ill
. ait in th Is : Ln was fh ml in
S.4 ('linty. S. ' on h 'Nt <hi y i f
Sl al's)N. ((n e-im A 1;.\n t
I'~ if ii .\ L "en 1s.
ii t t r l l. -'7, 1I'1 7. 1 I-:i .
What the Press Says
of Our New Serial
- OlF THE=
Laigtr a nd I ears 110 close
t ogiefter. Mointethiing goIng all
it' tit' ini t hIs lperifeetl de-(I
Review of Reviews:
l.ii t' Womni blils faIr to
hav ~e a ivali in Ethtel lines
foun's niov'el, hrImmIng wi th
the fun and frolle of heal thy,
hearty girlhionil. A dellento
wlld-r'ose lov'e story tempers
the madutcap mierr'iment.
Full of humnnIty and humor.
It br'eathies the sp~i'it of uint
veorsal good will as does no
other novel of recent days.
WrItten with Ohlvoutsly genu
ine enjoyment of the tumul
tuouis ha ppy-gto-luicky, liund
to-mouth famIly llfe--its ap
peal is a wvIde one and dIrect
ed to a wholesome, human,
Boston Globe a
Sparklig wIth brIght whlm
sleal humor. One of the clean
est and most dlllghtful books
of the season.
New York Times:
As frivolous, gay, and amus
lng a story as one mIght wish
for-doubly welcome in a
wofidt that has gone gray and
sombre wIth tragedy.
One couldI r"ad of the doIngs
or the lovable PRUDENCEi
for a we('k andI never tire of
Be Sure to Read the
in This Paper Son.n
Mrs. Garrett Buys Home.
.irs. Guy S. Garrett has bought the
li IRse belonlgiig foreirly to Mr. W. 1'.
Gray and now occupied by Mrs. Foster
Sb ipson and fanily, the deal being
consimmated through the real estato
oflice of 11. .l. Wolff. Mrs. Garrett will
take up her residence there as soonl
as .\lts. Simpson cal ind allother to
Staitement, 4f tile Coiloni of the
Located at Lauremis, S. C., at the clouse
of busliness, Sept. illt. 1917.
1.<m ns aid Discoun ts . $ 23,121.18
l-urilture and Fixtures . . 750.00
I01v from laliks and llank
(Iurrency . 632.00
(Gold . 215.00
lilver and Oler 'Coin . . 151.72
Tiol ..I .$ 28,647.29
Capital Slock PaId In .$ 5.000.00
Surplus l4und .... 5,500.00
llivided Proflts, less Cur
rent. Expenses and Taxes
Paid . 150.82
Individlual Deposits SubIect
to Check .. . . ..$8,442.62
Savings Deposits .. 9,208.51
Cashier's Checks 3-.15.32 17,996. 16
tate of South Carolina,
County of 14111rens.
liCefore ile caein Chas. T. Simpson,
Cashier of the ahovo named bank, who,
laing dully sworn, says that thle above
:1n1d fore'going staltIlement is a 1 itre cou
ditiol of said banik, as shown bY the
books ol *aid bank.
CHAS. T. SIMPSON.
Sworn to an1d sbibhled1vohl bhfore 1mRe
hiis "'th day of Sete' mber, 1917.
.1. .1. Adais.
U'orrect .\tlest: 0. 11. Silmm nils. i.N -
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Vour druitRist will rE fun imonicy If PA'.O
ORNTM .N'T inls, to cure oit caise of Itchiimg.
4 inmd. ime mling rormrottal n:yi.. in 6r i'th .v-.
tie fist aRpltic:to.1i 5:v a nI.se at-i Rn. . .
I THIS House ol
quirements of eve:
of the average Sh<
We are respoi
asserted that this s
- Regardless of ti
still offer our trade
Men's Shoes, pric<
School Shoes, pri.
SHOES FOR LIT1
kt is a noticeable fac
here, they very seldorr
C LA REI
An Error Corrected.
Nwspaper wvork'ers are often at sea
as to how to secure acetilate iorma
lion as to varioIis events without caus
ing 11ndne vain or embarrassinent to
thwose teneerned. This is particular
ly iitle inl regard to eaSes of bereave
ment. No reporter wants to intrude
upon the sanctify of the death chlmnber
to secure information that could ai
well be got elsewhere and so Iore
often than otherwise the doinls of
death are got ten from friends or ae
( tiain tanevs. ;omIietimues slight errors
a1re imade wieh are of negligible
1:1 %. c
expct oreof hisV
tore ivesthe est
le gra ice sei h.
tha, whn(n(oe o
ryifever thnk omoies
HOUST SOE~ VA
1inportancei though it does .occur
at times when some little error
in statement is liable to leave
the wa.y open for a imisconstruc
tion of meaning. Such an error
occurred in Tie Advertiser last
week in regard to the death of the late
E. V. Ferguson, when it was stated that
his wife was In an adjoining room
wlee ,Ahe had gone while the deceased
was resting. As a matter of fact, she
was in the room when he died and was
keeping a close watch upon his condi
tion until the very last.
FOP OF QUALITY
e GIlo oe 'Talloring \la n wvill be
Me on October 1st, with a full
of the best Woolens on the mar
sale being in full lengths.
vould like to thank each and ev
onle of iuy customers personally,
heir liberal palronage in lie past,
as that i:s impossible I take this
od of thanking you. I certainly
celate your business al(d T am
to si:' and my motto is "Give
vill be I lad to see all my old cus
's and a;; :many new ones as will
on October Ist, nineteen hundred
Seventeen, to be measurcil for a
l-made su:t - r oveie:0t. I also
some l-nhir-nde Huts and odd*
i F' -!1 at redui 1ed prices.
a in n a '1a r ::)I your past
maht, I alm,
Yom'ls to serve,
W. Henderson, Jr.
ti s on the Jlob. lIere to stay.
the footwear re
re for Shoes!
store than they do
rwe have always
f shoe values and
a cost of Shoes, we
$3.00 to $10.00
$2.50 to $10.00
$1.50 to $5.00
mences to buy Shoes
swhere for their Shoes!