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Dr. T. I,. Timmerman spient Sunday
in Greenwood with reiatives.
M iss liieln Sullivan is visiting
friends in ('olumbia this week.
Miss ia ry Whittaker. of Charlestont,
is the guest of Miss Kathleen Wilkes.
.\Mrs. A. 8. IEasterby left a few days
ago for G leienville to visit teltatives
for some time.
irs. E-i. .j. Gage, of Greenville, sp't
the week-elld iI the city with herC
mother, Mlrs. WV. .11. Garrett.
Serg. T. W. Bennett. stationed at
Camp Wheeier, Macon, (;a., is at home
on a short furlough.
Mr. 1o11 lariett. or ('o. 1). spent
the week-end near the city with rela
Capt. and Mrs. W. It. Richey, Jr.,
and daughtir, Nell, visited Mr, and
Mrs. W. R. Richey Sunday.
.\Mrs. Franki Fergiusoni 11d daugilteri.
Miss Caroline, visiteNd .iss Wit Lou
Bloyd Sat iday and 8unday .
Mir. .1. W. Tolld and Miss Uessic
Todd left y., terthly aftrn-oon for ]1.al
titore to remain a few days.
.\lisse,- s latelia anld .\nnlic Fimpsl1on
will attend Ile perfornian e of Ilen
lilr in Colunhia Friday.
Mrts. . P. )eason, of .\ l('orniik,
has been spending a tew days witLh her
paretils. Mr. and .\Irs. .1. 0. Tollison(.
Miss Mamie lurn,1s. who is attend
ing the (ri'eenville Womalns College,
spent the w 'ek-end in the city with
her pa Mrnis. .I. anld 1\ls. . E . Ilnins.
.\Mr. and" ! ''. Geo. A. !!rowning, .r..
anld .\ih ; .\1::tiv ]':m i'rowning." (1f
G~obiville. werle4 sh~- ,nlhe cilyI
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n I I w I \v c h -('Tll in 11 t11
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alic ead O 1\ .\ ihs ('orri!, irt ill a-11
Niap. and1 .\lrs. tW . 1. 4.4ichey. .l 1
.\t. mI '0 le a t. I P Bhi, isl Mi
kr'ted iin the Ity t ioda to . h (it lh l
.ha4! . '. l iliw l .
Nt'.\lr 't. ( ld i: Sith Is alieU'i ta
a the twoi1 cildre ar1: v:tiiing rel-)1'
t 'tV : c f mr 1-:1h1 di:
i: Ni .\r. ::nd :.; .h a -. Io t i .\ -
Ni'o has rH i iti te cDit N in X
1h. F(hin1'i ''1 I --rA ': e h nV 4' XI) i i ort
wil ~h. t i'I. an [lll. nlo
biltfoe '1414; to Brooksvile.' NIt visi..
herei li-r enarNiages Ito .\ nee. it.dA
('ll ehooit!:. pac t nea
'ti : on h hi:y :<Iy homisi
Alr.1 an .le. W. I' (n Lagong I~ reatnen to
natn the1)1 aroIere. rn Ahnrero irs.
W.S II.Olfla 11fhon byd lis Ainniy (ail.
\r. weil 'trae.i y. autom-oile-.
PliurCn rded to th1 4 na aysrthi
hooron ndts ailred tmporry Ifw'Z
OITheprnt f toa c rr ae.f .\rn. m
Mrs.nd W.e uII. G~irP oadn.r' In a t fewdavs
.tic rse iMiyiric ~Lci J.e td n . Shtc.
NO LIFE TENUIE IN
OFFICE FOR N. 11. DIA
Issues Stattement is to ills Platfori
ad Views on Natioin Affairs.
Editor The Advertiser:
Somne timle ago I anniounced that
wottld be a candidate for the Unite
states senate in 1918. Since we hav
become involved in this terrible wa
I felt. that the public would prefc
to wai. itil election year to hev
from the caldidates; however, it al
pears that the voters would likc I
know how the different eandidate
stiand on the issues of the day. I wi
state my views briefly.
I was a candidate for this ofilce I
1912, at wihch time I advocate<
among other measures, direct electio
of kenat ors ly te peo'ie, niew banl,
Ig laws, niew an1d better shippin
laws. federal aid to good roads an
national bonded warehouses. I at
glad to state thaI most of the'
propositbons huve been elacted lit
law. I feel that the federal reserv
banking law and the federal laId ban
are t wo of the greatest laws tl
have been adopted since the foundt
tion of our government. If it had n
been for the former a great main
enterprises outside of money centet
wotild Lave gone to the wall. h'lli
la' :hould be encouriageLed and ever
bank anl trust companiy inl thie cout
try should Join it at Ilie earliest. po!
sible day. The federal lanid bank a<
'u'es it possile for every farmer I
evI hill; hiome and that is what i
imiost n teded in tle Sothiti to make v
the prosperous country we should li
It would he too tediouts, and ,iii fae
imupossible. 14) menvtionl all theo melo
0Mes one would 141 caet . I iv
bei i fOre,. I'mr the4 rsnt oiet
1 i' v iti h ; 'ow iIadl proiosition
it case Ish l bi te < lected I vi
ive my 0 undivided alleginn mer to o
lDemowrat ir ipre!iiint :iiul et'0i'ress.
: ; ni hilal e . u il i h a
-~n Ivryw rue .\leican citizen to i\
h , u st liearty salpolrt inl blriligil1
his var to a speedty and victorim
I believe in leoiiragilg muilit:il
education, if n1ot making thlis obli.
l'oritaps vongress hits gollo ani
.iin., too far in the direction
abolislini g Slate rights. A strict
-onsIltuctionl (0f the1 constiltulimn wou
' imbst for all.
I ;.m a trini of both .iharL:!
Ca11 al. Capital is (ititlted to ad
<In'ate rettirnis ulponl its itrt
:ini1 Ihfor slho.11( l v (it' w1114 !
lib ral1 comlpensation. To. drive o
on4 or oppress the other would i
qitally suicida!: their iliterests a
lit lhi: (o's lot go Iar en1( oulgh:
shA tild hev a11lnended. \\'h ll 11111 inl
prlErl) s -ha l(pe it vill he of lie greate
lwnlt to our. loople. Th'lis lawv., I
gehler witli ole w"huih aids ti, ia
kotilag of our. produets, -ohi * geIt
timlll late ;trilti lilltre. 'IThe shiippii
brw\\s Shouild he4 re(visedl an.d moder-niz<
o mue teonldit after the war.
I (10 not helieve in li e Itilire
4 'aroliuta (comiptent to represe4' nt
inl t' 5enaite. If such1 is bthe ensi
h ni ty tie inanhllfood o1 our tat
\lreover,~ it is ofi no0 great li111orltanl
'1 lhe I ifl ('raif C l'tarty 01r to1 ft
neeat ful Iiltint ion of t his war
hila ha liosition anty 0114 seinat[
hoildis. Theio seanale is lractical1ly a un
inl thiis greati ('risis and( 1 t argu th,
tillt I. ins in i to11 th' inite'lIigeim
fItam ioit e ha t e eole w
iidedih' atteinnt to thel 4-reatI dli
wcah vei il' 5onfron I)ongil tfres whf
f l 'ti t has1( arrilved. '? Ts(l(
The,111 ti ha Loe' h en our' po1:
4l will lIia ,h t e a s
iIVa(11a1t1ti Iwie or herause I
Snnl feno nc i o . a -f ione. hu litor'wh
Ie it or e f what'k he h ; te a nd fli r
:hat he~ is14'' ya14h1. of aseromplishin
'il it i m t''t IS t 41y for t igole I ' <
-155 '\s ie ibi'ogl'tner? retherae i
Ionr hissue1 in.Mylt' theSlde Is oe y
thye ot of theIsefrm 4 ha .t M('ntilI
le .-11111 tlo eProinwtevor S~ntm
ofmar Catt nd14 togmks avgo.
i n1 fe to 'campan. I hoent I
.i. J.en yt lowe fa the menit
time mt u' oki ofate andy bund
many d iero ondth at cosscile.
woil atitarape:ia stn o rahta
ternoon decided to purchase land and
erect a slaughter pen or abattoir of
its own. About twenty-five acres of
land on Little .River, below the pres
ent slaughter pen and behind that part
of the city known as "Jersey", werc
piurchased front S. G. McDaniel and
itye new plant will be erected there.
. he city bought enough land to do
r farming on a small seale and Layor
r Owings stated yestbrday that lie hoped
to raise enough corn, hay and other
things to feed the elty's stock.
The markets have been using Mr.
In this day
group of suits t1
ards. There ar
right in and loo
ofateriag and sc
far srelyd w
maeual, oo as
r etm r
years, paying 50c a head for stock
slaughtered there, the fee being paid
by the market men. Mr. Dendy, so it
Is understood, demanded an increase
of 25c -per head. Tho marketmen
balked at the increase and refused to
pay it. The slaugther pen was clos
ed and has remained closed for some
time. The market men have been us
ing other pens and will doubtless use
them until the new one is completed.
SUBSCRIB ro 'THE ADVERTISDR.
oat Suits With (
of high prices in mosi
iat bid for your attet
e no inflated prosperi
k 'em over.
5uits $15.00, $20
With real qual
style and snap
coat in this lot
we ask is a loo
s of Sergean
odels in distinctive va
tin, the universally 1
e believe, from the us
ese dresses - assembled
iginal ways the comn
15, $18.50, $20
1 in style, quality and
Id buy one. They ar
esist the temptation t
well as smart looks, a
"A GOOD PLAC
100 CARS COT TON. SEED
IN CAR LOAD IOTS ONLY
Also Few Bales Nice Coqn Now and Then.
Call, Phone, Write or Wire
ELBERT W. COPELAND
Laurens, S. C.
,es and Millinery
luality and Style
t stores Clardy & Wilson present a
ition on the old panic time stand.
Ity figures at this store. So come
.00 and $25.00
Good Looking Coats
ity in the material, and with real
in the cut and make. There's a
to please mo t anyone, and what
k. These alues talk for them
$1/, $20 and $25
born, and yet
ual and com
price. If you could see these hats
e so very appealingly stylish that
o own one. They are hats with
nd their prices are so very little.
W ilson Burson Hose
E TO TRD MPSilks $1 and $1.50
E TO TRADE