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We're coming, German Kaiser. But We boys Will Catch You Yet.
(By Vernon Flowers.) We're coining, Father Woodrow,
We're coming, German Kaiser Tell million, great and strong;
And you'll bear the Yankees yell; WVore going to whip tie kaiser
We're going to .catch the kaIser So that well coe safe back home.
wIfwe have to go through hell. We're coin, Father Woodrow,
eare poming, fair italians Wer cong at your call:
To help you win the tight; We're ciing, Father Woodrow,
We're going to show the kaiser Wo're coming, one and all.
That we have a lot of might. I a
In the lays of nineteen-eighteen, We're coit lag, one and all
The kaIser is still running, ans,
Buolil bo will ctc you e.
JBUL you m1ay rI'uu aIli sweat To answer ot Vathers call.
Last Year the Materials
Weree Purchased rao
Last Week the Waists Were Made
Tomorrow They Go on Sale
Wirthmor $1.00 Waists
And just because the materials were purchased
last year, and the Waists made up last week, do
you get the greatest combinations of style and
value that were ever known in a waist.
Many of the materials that go into the making
of these Famous Dollar Waists were purchased so
long ago and in such vast quantities that the prices
represent savings of fully 50 per cent. or more on
present day quotations, and'the price of the waists
is based on the actual cost of materia, not on the
market value teoday.
Six New, Pretty, Attractive, Appealing Models Just Received
Thee amiuny oaron why you era e so surhistait si
oy on these ndri in such asts, quat lit esll tha td thui
fact of intere I that you can s'e. To apieciate how
splyenid are these Wasts you nist set n tuil. Or cet a teill.
NEW SILKS RECEIVED
Plain and Fancy Taffetas; prices reasonable.
Underwear for women and children cheaper
than material can be bought.
One dozen pairs Ladies' Black Silk Stockings,
in seconds, at 25c per pair.
Besides their speed, Kentucky Thoroughbreds
are renowned for their Stamina, Courage, En
durance, Intelligence and Docility.
Definite Characteristics such as these may ap
propriathy be applied to the Dixie Flyer.
Who that has ever driven the cleyhnesaiyndi
Dixie Flyer, but has felt and alysndrntatcto.
thrilled at the Immediate Re- h o h osmnfesi
.sponse of its powerful engine,. mlfe aifl yispr
'Just as the Thoroughbred is fc efracadh el
"off" at the flash of the flag, so tetu rd fonrhp
the Dixie Flyer goes. Sc steDxeFyr h a
But the Dixie Flyer reels'off o r niedt npct
mile after mile, knows no tiring, die ojde ocmae e
knows no track too heavy fo!garls fpie hnwe
comfortable and consistent go- yuko t esnbepie
ing. Low hung and balanced yul elz o a' obt
W~ cary a cmp'lifed mprsoand ata titer
you areF iinvited To insectYt
I. , i n' eti. etaco y
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* OWINCAS NEWS.
Owings, May 27.--Friday afternoon,
May 24th from 4:30 to 6:30 Irs. It. A.
Stodd~fard and .rs. V. A. While enter
taitted the ladies of the Owings Red
Cross branch at a thrift stamp party,
at the home of irs. It. A. Stoddard.
This hospitable home was never
lovelier than when decked in the na
tional colors, red, white and blite.
Tle guests Were welcomed by Mrs.
11. A. Stoddard and .\Mrs. V. A. White.
At the -front door little Miss Mar
garet Durt'e, dainty in a white lingerie
dress with the Rled Cross embilems on
cap and sash. stootd with a silver eard
receiver, receiving the Thrift Stamps.
Mrs. Margaret ,DuPree invited the
guests to the pulnchi howl, Whilh was
a bower of loveliness with the Ameri
can eagle, old glory and the clemalls
witi brilliantI spring ilowers. Aliss
Carrie Stoddard gracefully presided
Seated oil tie porchl with tile polisil
ed tables of handsomileo crocheted con
terpieces and howls of gorgeous nas
turtituius with the breezes playing in
tile folds of Old (Glory, patriotism ran
After delightful conversations. .\lrs.
1t. 0. 11lunt dlist ribute d p~aper n:ld pen
eils onl which was writlin the word
"Thrift St atillps". The guests wele
giveni ifteenl illililites ill which 14) write
words utsill Ie letIte. inl those words.
Mr1s. Zeb \ane wa. th' sileessfuil
confeslant Imin;iig writ 41 5;i words.
wit.ll s A. C. \\h it ! honlorabbe Men
tion, having written .77 word:,. \lIrs.
11i111nt in a l(w 1111Ip y r mllarls resent
ed tile prize, a Thrift Stam1p card with
Alisses Bryson and Shaw sang very
stweetly "The Star Spangled llanner",
after which Mrs. J. It. Cook invited
the guests into tile dining-roomi. In
the hall the magnolia blossoms and
red, whito and hite twined in the stair
casing reminded us again of our duty
to the 1. S. A. ''hell dining-room pro
sented a beaut ifil pictire. Shades were
drawn, red and rgreen tapers nu
burnini wvitih tile fairy-like tracery of
inlfilite simall leaflets of the llOstoll
Ivy elining:4 to mantle, side-board and
table. 811 1uslpnded froml1 tll' eililg to
each corner 0'o tie dinin tlable was
.ilv initional colorS and small '. S.
11i1"S addedci to the table dvecorations.
ril' int , ".\lther's l Iil" by Miss
llel Bryson was njoyed very
it114 \lisses Deree Iryson and
Floy Owings. ill white ald pink ln
gerie dresses served delicious pink and
while cream and iced cakes. Itn each
piece of (ak was stuck a minalure
11tdg. Pink and white mints (were
passed by little Miss Margaret DuIi'rec.
The gttests were again invitpd to
the punch howl and were givell all op
porttinity to redeiem the thrift stamps.
A neat su1m was realized for tile Red
Miss lizabeth loyd spnit in st
week as the gutt('5 of her sister.irs.
.1. C. Duilree.
tor and11 't\iss A Ilice Owvin gs stpen) Sun..1
\irs. Wi. i'. (Cook visitd her 1141 . .\lr.
.1. it. (Cook several (lays last weeik.
.\iss Da isy i lutnaml w~hlo is workiintg
ill Spar'lanhlurg-, spent thte weelk-ctnd
\it i . It o ll it o roi n j y d h5.h u
. IRMhn ' wing while ~i ~ue
3i fle's toarrieSt'l (h lt. ot k ll lIry
loin an .\lr.s, 1h1OI.. Stoddar d composd
aitarty wo a~illln e lthe11 han'.o.w
G t:ti1.the atol Tt'l'l-3lIt fl:s
1111ob nd n .\ y Grany's 11: 'it os- ull i r.10
it ieffits tol fomenlrevout o in lrl re-X'11
Oaml wih' thofi ofo' plhn oin Fin( are
lasd baret inat ttmofo tilheVOIl1101 I ilof
I hi::it of(!ilhl I)~ s to ito al \Oitu~ain.1
it ine to beitnnies ofilhedar. t
Ater thle abltoriv re1( beorao oia
MADDEN NEWS. r
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Aladden, Alay 27.--We are glad to
report. that New Prospect, as was ex
pected, went Well over the top in the
second Rled Cross war fun(d camaliiflign,
fhis auxiliary having reported Sunday
iorning as Ilaving raised $:03. Pos si
bly, it vill be increased in the final
Rev. J. 1). l'i1Is, of ( eeunwoer, fill
ed the pulpit of Prosipect. 01hu.rh for
tle S1itlay I1orning SeZrv k-v. 17 0 -
amiong Ihe' former pastors of tiis fold
and has a very warmn place in1 the
hearts of all. The affection betwcfn
this godfly nman and tie coigregation
of his youinger days is touching. All
are always glad to see the face of
Jiro. Pitts and hear the benedictilon
of his voice. Ills subject was "Faith
ftilness", from thie text "Well Dcne
Thou Good and Faithful Servant".
.\lr. .1. 1). Cuilibertson was (litv.' 1(I
fo , lhe ai 1 ftei icw dlays. Twhe -.tot
was (ailed Fidlav niLilt. Ve 'r gla
to reinart hlim mnieh be4tur.
.l. .johll (Gentry and li; Tl of
ilhnbihin visited n oltativ- s cro and.
worshlipoi ao her old ohurh :mo . I)
.oy d l earn, h) fI r r p1'? na.-Icr, lro.
l'it i ns, S 'n aily.
.\li-s.s T erie Sone. of 0 L,:t.i, a)
h4.1nnic .\Idins, '1f CHlon, wev .s -;.,.
pleanzml r iAliors here, :I- f w r , ith
'e aunt, .lrs . Chapman. mo' i ""t..
ter- withl herl aunt-, .\-., o Lnm..--on.
.\ 1-. .1. 1"'. \\otford, (I f F,'-1. n." , 1) A
Al iss h'inia \ olorI. 4f a i ;I
wel r'ecojn1 -lests of tl -i nI, 1r.
. l. A n. \\.'-ford.
lIt . i- .1d r II. I - l t i A . 3.
1011 nM Timm Ianlije 11 an' hoo
ha.1ve be ".n with th eir I, ofhI]r, M7I -,.
Cora .\ladenld ihave return'of li I' thir''
.\rs. Lidle Cullhert sonl, of Ekcmn, wvas
amon- ihe one who were witah ul.;
Sunday. She was fle u-the datwhile he
of thde Alisses I ag , stol.
( \lis a latlee i .\lariin. who is ill
11-itnint at thde St ate !!os i a, was
hore for 4he, w aee(k-nnd.
.\Mr. angll . ts. .. (1). C 1un: on.
.o\ssrs. Iungston al asIh nrn a(I
th4l .\is s LMrc*Ol . a .nd . J.
Levo Lanteston. .\r. and .\rs. .1. A. ''0
fold and 1EW is ltail Cilninvicha -t:
anIo'nae it-s. h no~d t i a
Al . and Al .. . \Ad fort . -
in , cominlentm n t. 1r1a
C('Inlsoll where t heir ' on, ,a- ' ',
Wofford gradilaties .\ay:mbYon
.Mr. \'ford is one of the( tmmnen -
l'nt speakers. ".lip", as it is In
by iome people, leave ithe a'. 0 his.
pradlation for ithe Officers' Trani
C'amp at ila\ut rg, N. Y. ile will
'-toll for a day with his sistcr, .l
Kate Woffordl, of Washingtrn. 'I bw
good wishes of imay friends Io tith
te young lad as hi dlons thle mnfol
of hIs ounltry. li- Was rnm (:[ th
lson hOrs recomIlended Iy his
Colonel for special aptit:ide -n n'ili
'und'' t t thIr m in M. I. -
lii la d in I''t,'ance.'
' ite la wa
.\tl~l anid.l rll \l NU
ca l Cr ('01t l!'.It1:4 I \4-"
I\-ti'.to Grenlet Id lit er, -i
hab i n -
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It ,( I Y ( T.
(';n Th r a n I h i :
tl'e s e\-u il doh a (ivh tie
res'sful ye'ar at (i-ay 'tt n .3-u i .
Drives Out MalarIa, Builds Up System
The.Old Standard general strengthenIng tonie,
OROVIE'S TAsTEIM,)sS chill TONIC, drives out
Malnria~enriehen thei bioodl.tnnd bilds upihleusv.
tetn. A true tonic. F'or adults and chtidren. Cat
Engagemnent Announnced. Meeii of 1". 1). (1
Grcenwood, May 25.-Mr. and B. J i t U.
John A. l3arksdale aullounced the ell
gagelent o fher dghter Gra . atciu, Juno
Ir. IalI 'VIartonl. '1he m arr o3 . ve * k with Mrs. Warro
take place 'Junc 20th at the IIi'i resy--ction 40, offictrs will
c.ta 1 Pac. therefore lie nl(-ber are
_ _ _ _ _to at.. ul.
Subucribe to The Advertiser. %inni l ..,
R Mit iY
AI DLO-LODf Tv<L O L (" u
I' s osFifty th d D -.ghl a s in opera
tion on Arnericai farms arc ving at III
most conservative (stimatc, an hiur a (y
each---or ov.r ]",,'000,000 wortk horsa yealr.
-, That is equal to on army of 60,000 m n
V; working ten howrs a day for a fullimonth..
Delco-Lirb is cow!M < etrc t:
and oVV.1r lant for f.r:r s 'tibukt a
- ~It fiurii- 1: an alLuir' (!(an, <,
ti. Ns - econom c..! :4.ht : d f tr a te pumpl,
;t- ~churn1-:, c! -r I. -. m. m ad"m
and othe.(r j;pbn:
4 way Stition:
GEO. H. BLAKELY
5F NDistributor Ora, S. C.
HOUE $ 09AA
The Domestic Lncineerin C rony, Dayton, Ohio
OVer 50000 DELCO-LIGHT Plants in Actual Use
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SHEET METAL WORK
Tin, Slate and Gravel Roofing.
Cotton Mill Sheet Metal Work.
We sell and install Warm Air
Furnaces for Heating Residences,
Schools, etc. Write or Phone
DIVVER ROOFING CO.
ANDERSON, S. C.
O W E N BROS. MARBLE
~ & GRANITE Co.
GRENWOO!D, - -- S. C.
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