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FATHER AT WAR,
TRAGEDY AT HOME
Just What Home Service Meams
to a Soldier.
The her kisses his wife and kid.
die'. . by, shoulders his gun 1a
nutr11ches awaIy to wvar.
lor ati ltile the Current of life flows
8lntothiIily for the soldier's little falul
ly. 'T'hen conies the tra-gedy. ' Mother
Is t ken ill. The little brood of broth
ers anti sisters Is helpless. No fatlier
to turn to. A helpless muother I
To whon can the Amerlean soldler's
family look at this eitical period1
Mtst a brave iai's loyalty to hIs
Country inean lesoithin and sutfering
to those nearest a ni dearest to hiin?
No Emlinphat ically "o ! The Ameri
can people will no' periit the famil
lies of their soldiers :id sailors to
su1ifer been use their bre:ilwinners are
fighting for their caointry. And so the
Rel Crs 1lipartient of ('ivili! nt Ito
lief has 'roatil a nation-willo orpimti
iz'.iitioI fo homi0e1t sorviie for the fantl
lies of sobliers ani Sailors.
'tilr the lannor tif "Ilotne Serv
a" aaiioth rfain itl wttineni have
enlroul-1 aind :1re thovoting-- thIns11-elves
tt Io 1. . t A:h f tsk f h lping sohlio's .
fami i i l n dci :a j 1the prob.
let ai everyday lift anil ling thein
to m anii i tI si 0:111tard s of he l:tth,
Horie Service--True Service.
Ilom 5ervie t -ails kielping the sol.
dir's lh i rln wel and in slchilul. It
no-1 iS ini tilt, ifu inn l, ovill finina liat
trobb. rrngngthle, household
hloat ratingh ltinsuaie p~tiriums,
t.itasti e a liorf? ia'e, bining m"d
.ent ute anld il In il ..M - to 1 e ra h
ri;..:h ruoinen!. Ill s or "11,m1111 rv
lee" is true service, in l at pro\iits
00' u a, n i[ar- 'a ti a I asp I rI mh i
r:thor thwn theh niltono ha iv
It cna! fr: yn ahei u brsa i
1991 .n~rlig m m~s..-r:0inn of the
fu a - It a 'a a o tj h e sed 'a fo ly.I
aT lo .:t' o, ' it I h-I I d t o fl 5 a4 ,
ed S a i. t ta h a ' t heI liae!ti
t'e Ua'il b a h I ( er iy
helA-.never \ou Need a Cieneral Tonic
Take tir e't.
Tires are adv
day-so why n<
old ones repair<
are too far gc
the best of mi
antee every job
Lantfo rd, .\Aity It .---Satu I y ma -
inl, was briglt and c l d
" ialolt Iild il, la(ui il,
ati h ad cl t h l adi \V 4 of te I it~tl
Division as thi ir a t:. "t a r
t r i I ti ng of I th . z. . .\ t
all the cuIrces w1 er - pria utO d ail
at v try inlterestilng Vanti hI( W p: -
gramn renidered. .\r.C. D. Im oand
AIrs .. ). W. Wa tt: n uie -n i
*alk oil te work. 1'.Ais:... C.. U:,k,
.ss Lucile0 Cox and A .\ V. W .-,. 1',t
ter4o r'ait d well-prepared papei In
the lljects iasigeti d to ih em. T e y1 1)
.were all enjoyed. ioth thle irenin
and Sunday nlornling services- were
well ati i te d. A plvasant surprke
Swaited Ihe coligregation wh 1 1 .
T.\. L'awtonl and family of Gre...it
(-,ti. e and jnd oined inl wi. h ' the
wo r ti. Rev. Lawton delivered a
a1,t exc llenti r i lrmo and .\!:-.Sa
n- , onl and sister, Franici.a, assisted
the muscaccomlpanlyin.; the or
-list with thleir v iol,.;InI, in ;, verAl
lt o wionls. The mliusic t fth y n
: y:f was& h"'hly ap ncia'k .
\r. and .I)r. \ ilwto l an ii- - r,
111 s. and .\I*.-. \\. iI. Clmments
Ln1d0s t' W I 11VI l ii k \I :.-. aii I i I
es I t h hI )('tn ie of a . i a l
tx I w t a id w 1 is ryan1 t.
II I I r i :un te i t .
** owlr. andi of co t -c r.
\l11 to welcoime the joly faAphful
1!:lmbeOr wo havt in t, pi-reoln o, .\li.
W. W. Yqarlgin. Wt, don' se oww
(-::b0 well aet along wil~:w0 h,1im t
tuit -. li, n a - la
Iu meet int wr h mawai mad
\ ':. and, Pr . )a p \v ob Iand I thA ir
t vSome yittle son rpet t day wiI
N .. I'Foen utey y.
\1 r. .i. Lilt La:1o an fu y a -
edeial---msto .-r - ~.iar
ds ! and gu!sandr. R.e.p'itu
1dA y ir I ! an : o -ilt r ,,
in also attelded services here Sun
... .Iri-y King. of l rens, is vis
i h b .. J.1 II :i nf \Mr. 1. T. Intr ,
a u'rhrof otherzt aIttended
),t. h t thI e w-itr failed In
r :-" . The 1: x( qlnartel(,y
i s n ih Laneson oe tieiv
Oth10Nlo Johsioln nt Sunday
_1 hli n a ry bo lrlo aln . .\or. atl
. Ge. lirlan of Wood:-ziff, werv
ai h vgest i oi'' M . . I1.ill i .
'I . lol l Moore - has retu I Ined
no fro'nl th I Steek vdlIey hosp)I(tl
wh!erec shl was4 Operated onl for. appenl
d r'iii '1. \Vt atr $Iad ShI e s the one po
Ira I I,);- Ao wel' and is again able to
b)i a'. home to he-. many friends.
The llurai Imprwovement association
will1 have itsi re:2,ulav mtontly meeting
no-A lPriday afternloonl at 3:30 O'clock.
Le11al the ladies como and help its to
Iearn -inlothler $:.06 111k0 thle onle we
earned LuAt year. Mr.% Youi ng, Our
trea-z;rovr, ays- it is Iin his offiee now
for o a. soon as we Aet our claii
. :ild Mis. To:n Liarman visited
r! liv o; in Woo'i aff for the week
t > 'xil : and M is4 .\'ilkie
% ra.-, D, hichis recenitly.
.i \ ian'e .i-hnon i at home oil
!;parnts. 1. and Mrs. .1.
I. Vot hl s hee'n calledi to
a: j, i - waitin to I-()
-m a the day to
dVr.We4 don't knlow how
Na'nnie Mai :i Nis r.;itlin her
S .Mr.. .. 11. Patters.)on.
ti Vi - E' Vl vy Iaua b c f. .\
I t i:I I I' i t ac
i . ' i i noa:' if off
- n in.:,* ('hid n' I~
I t n i I
I' iii io Ih'flili,.!
[EI Job Doie
w will Giv Te Per. C 1
UR ~ .~
mother in the hopes that a change to
the uIll-collitry would be beneficial.
IIis little body was lai(1 o1 toest in tle
remt Iely at .J 1. l %easant, jIo 4lay
Sollnng. itvR. Alr. Sciuires Conducting
Ite funert(al exercises witi glreal ten,.
derness and sweet imIIt y. The
yn'l.: jprents have the sympiatlh of
mIany fri elns Iin this troat hour of
several From here will att(end the
Cltai'tmiiaua .t Ilaiurens thi week *. The
Chauuialltlla i beginnlin1g to be looke(id
upon as a very helpful and broadening
ilistiti ioln l and will be Imiore largely
paItroni zed as the years go by.
All. .1. R. Finley went. with 'Mr. C.
A. Power who spoke at Bethlehem
Sunday morning in the interest of Red
Cross work. Uncle John enjoyed great
ly tiiis visit to his old camping ground
of ,0 years ago. lie not iced sadly the
changes or yeaa onlya f w od
landinarks left. The old church still
looked the same, however.
)r. C. P. Vincent was called to see
Air. .1. A. Woftord Saturday afternoon.
Friends of .lMr. Wofford will be so1rry
to hear he Is not so welt.
Mr. W. A. Ilendrix. at up-to-date
farmer. of Waterloo section, was a
pleatsallt alh'r at the homne of lr. .1.
A. Wolord Sun1day alternoon.
.r. and .\1rs. G. If. Finley were
a;isI Sunday of their mother, Mlrs.
De!!a Cuningham, of Alt. Pleasant.
l rs. I'lbr Moore and Ailiss e were
the pllasant guests Suinday of .\l-. and
\ lhad Moore.
\lr. Erast us .\addoi and Mlrs. omega
Tl ni man and (hil:.. of th-i Ies
ton. we 'e here for the burial of little
JaCk (alcult. a They are with their
ut. .\10 \. Cora Madden for a few
I". I,11therl ii. 'ls of (Groy Coligt,
.:lf dow11 n%; for 1he iirI.t! -I:r.
We ave glad to report all ou1 si
d of I laen! h-11igh school made
Ibeir 1 rules-Nlisses E'stelle .artin,
Valli, 1 Woff ord. Mamiead'en to
'h 1 '!h rmie: Orace Finley to tile
'!h w-0 1 C. \olk rd to the 91 h.
liof. It. . .Cliherlson was a l16d
Cro-z, speakelr at Chwstinut Ridge Sun
la:'. l "10 11bb) o Clard~v wereT
It New Prospect and Rocky
.,,q o eral !],(n ith a tendance
n' :'03:'01 Suday schlool was; below
th' avern Suliday morning. Those
WM ~ ~ l~ 14 n n iovd u speecch
SqPSCIUE TO "TiHE ADVETI1ISER"
-and Every| NEI
ent. of Amount of Purcht
PERISHING 31AY COMMAND -
AN ARMY OF- ALLIES
A nrieln Genieieral Will he iII Cliiitur
Wlere .'ilied States Troops Pre
donmite. U'nity of Control Und(er
Ioch Slown l II Arrangements In
Force oil 'Ihe Western Front.
Washington, Iay I.-Gen. Lersh ig
probably son will he commanding!
lF'renclh and 1111tish troops as the pr ie o
ess of brigading American units withI
hicir allies on the Western front goes
rorwar 1. As if exemplifying the uni-i
ly of : oiliand and action into which I
lie United States and its co-belliger
eits have entered it icaie known
here today that )vhenever American
troops predominate in the brigaded dI
risions as tie proecss goes on, these
llvisions, uIider present plans, will be
turned over to General 'Pershing's
This plan would accomplish several
hinllgs Which thle military authlorities
'oisulling upon it regard as Very de
irable. It Would rapidly Increase tle
-ize of the American fighting col
m nd oil the -haIttle lilies; it Would
ontrillte tremendously to the spirit
)f unify and concerted effort, and at
lie salle lime Inst ead of holding large
uimbiies -of' American troops behind
he liies while training, would sur.
rouid them with seasoned veterans
:Ind under actual battle conditions
school them to he rehrigaded later
with fresh American troops coming
0 i'Fralle. In tisl way the efliciency
f tile lBritish and Frenlch reserves Is
\xpecte(d to be increased and tle
work of building a great fully trained
lighting force ill France is expected
to he hastened.
In addition to this as illustrative of
he ullty of command under General
Ioch who directs all the allied armies
it Was state( ollicially here today that
l'och connadll ; tlie itlalian troops in
Italy as fiuly as he does Ilie Anier
a.1iiBul lish, irench and Italian froops
in Fraice and lcivgium.
it. has bell Suliposed that colisd
,ring the Italii front as part of the
Westernl haltle unlder a1 decisionl
reachedi at the \'erSailles conif'renllce,
hie geI [ illiho's authority extend
It nas tted also that Italy, .i1 the
pre.wnl. besides sending Iroops to
iranoe in numbers elual to those b1,
inU ut ii from the ' itcid Staates has
mn h< r tigh ting Hino a lirger arly
11m.o perfcttly u(p(ipped than she had
the gr-cat Austria drive.
Th,. inil. rmation tha,1 the brigaded
ailieddii::ions: inl the west probably,
help the Re
tires are gu
tse ora 4,000 mile
cent. June 1a
will be placed under the command of
[eneral Pershing when the numbers
tif American troops continued in ilt hn
predominate, was ta ken to mean i t
11lhe smteii Priniple wOuld 1o e)' to
w-hen the predonaluting naubers
were I4'reIchl or British.
31T11. BE i El ,C NE WS. *
0 * 0 * 0 0 6 111 *
All. 110the0, Alay 20O.--The All. Detlhel
wribe failed to get last week's news
in time for the last issue.
.\[r. Hlaskeli lHenley of Greenwood
an(d Mr. and M rs. Irby Henley of Fork
Slhioals spent. last Sunday with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. ii. Henkp
.\Ir. and -Mrs. W. C. Knight spent
last Sunday with 'Mr. and Mrs. Jere
iniah Stone and family.
Mr. and Mrs. C. \V. Killingsworth
Ind family muotored to Donalds in their
new car Sunday.
Dr. John ). Pitts, of Greenwood,
Mras. Jennie Shar-p and little Genevieve
If lionca Pathi, were the week-end
guests of Mrs. M. J. Sharp.
Messrs. Allic Sliarp and Braniblett
)()d. Misses Pea and 1lith Hoff
ian. Ethel Sharp, llmlie and Felicia
tlone motored to Clcmson College last
' 1nday anid spent the day.
.\lIss Emily bbt and .\Mr. Kellett, of
(reenville, were happily married at
Ill lim ei oft the brid'(s ft'athier. Mr. J.
( D. bbb. last Stinday.
Mi:ss liettie Stonei has just ret n
from a visit. to Donalds, andii1*0
visilingt t here she accompanied Mr.
;1i(1 Mrs. S. C. Uillingsworth to Ta
vania and Martin, Ga.
Mr. ad Mrs. N. B. Wood and family
spent last Sunday lin Greenville.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. II. Carlisle and fam
1ly spent Sunday in Spartanburg.
Mr. Ernest Stone and Miss Claudia
Stone spent the week-end in Green
Names of Me1thodis s Witanteil.
The heads of families of the First
Metlodist Chumrcii are reilested to
reild Ine at, once tle names of all
mebeiliis of teir11 fallnilite ' wIho aro
nuerIIl sI't, of Ilie hurh, and their
Pile llufi Selhol ( ie .
Tlhe Iteaclie and puiIls of Pine si ff il
ecoImol lave issIled invitations to the
clos-ing oxerlcises vvriday even May
lth, b91'Te programme begins
om111ipily at S o'c lock.
N TIRE Co.'S
~se three days, to
s line we are in
in our offer to
d Cross. These
aranteed to give
y advance 20 per