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- but business
-abuses or wrong
trade conditions. In doing away
with wrong conditions it is clear
'ing the ground for nev and better
conditions. Advertising builds
business prestige; it creates new
business; it puts business on a
solid foundation ; it raises a super
structure of public confidence that
is reflected in good wvill. Adver
tisino never hurt anything that
didn't <!cserve to hut.
'I~ ~ Aj li'
i -:ii 1 K
eatriot ism a nel of proving (Iur willing..
ne'ss to s''. t'*Ihe army 2r tihe front
in a r'aet Ical way is again open to us,
a it has been opened before andl will
be opeened again, unmtil the war Is
brought to a successful conclusion.
Trhe mnighty battle that has been In
protlress since the little band of Ameri
cans fturn ed the tide of defeat in to vic
tory at (ha teau-Thierry and in which
Anterican~ soliers are ilaying a stead
ily in(creasing leart every day, has re
tar:i wor'lh of nitt!ons and i 'up19's,
be ide f. lar tiot al~f ofL Ii o .\01 ' 11
bee tpat to it ant we hop n:l9tone will
oraprahit :n. ITh atn
11l a'ial .-uppiort of t iose wh'o had
st" y(d at itome.1 Are' wo' 9n~11in t prove
to them that we arle with etem and
that we are .Manding bly them?
The one way today of expiressing our
loyal ty to tem in' by purehasing the
fLiberty' Ionds and thereby loaning the
envernment nur money with which to
properly euip and clothe these sol
ilers. After all, this is not a sacrifice
to ma e, for the inestmet is as goo(I
th tt We (':1, 1 '1W , hut ve have
rie fI conider it a s:acrillee and will
-in;, to (Io so. The mtonley nuist
I h -in oh ofi fite pockets of
T-o-A . all tirei people, if we are to
. T . 0un y, i
hi wVa" :un1 it has Ilw
it i . e rou-tlu tf a
i u Ih ii. A mirl -.1 ..
- -ri. - D lrh-r. bo-;her or .h -
' ri ha som1,1 01 ne In Prano- to
00hrin :thout. realizes that unless funds
. ' 'irovided regularly and plentifully.
that one will suffer and probably die
brearise of it. Tho time has passed
fgr thiukiug of making or saving
'iney. The tiue has come for consid
'ring how otr resoures can best be
itilized for the bentftit of the boys at
he front. If we have not reached that
stage in our daily thoughts we ar
: litfi the confidence being placed ii
14 at the front and we should call
those boys back and tell them we are
rr:r'y to !Zive up the flht.
l'or a soldier to lie. down onl ills
:n~rrules in Prance is to subject him
elf to fie scorn of his comlrades arid
'm ie t r h si- p livorior,. Those at
I Nr Ilo 1.h 1 l owtn on the bovs at tie
from ',y !, fusinW tr sIner th- with
heir enrrriney d eserve o le itoriel Iy
ilrs ind br 'idrd as slai
TI -90 \W -\gw
Xi 11 -'-hr i
all nakinn . -Oku
Teir k .\d i l r -
Ill hii a riO r'
..nnrti h li lin ,. lr ted on
* \ I - r * rrrr- r
T 1 >V-nil, Irlt is now t wein k 1 !
a hi ii numbiher of drtmltories for war
wourkeris. Therso udormuitories are to lbe
coiiplreed abou'it I)'eoumber first andl
after they are thrown open to war
workers it is thought that conditions
will not be so erowdled. Mr. Norwood
paid a vilsit to Congressman Sam ..
Nicholls and found him on the job, lie
also spent the larger part of one day
ini thle jurst offle de Iparitmnt t ryintg to
get sonie lnspirationu for his work in
he local postoffice. He states that
whr le away frotm home lhe had thle opi
nlortuity oif ta lking~ with a litrge numn
hr of ifiau! froml varlius paits of tihe
-rutrrianditwiout a single exce-i
n? ha froun rd t hat the pe'ople withi
alIked arre onue ihrudredi per
r h r 2rth mvrmenie t ini thie
'Not ice to4 Teltrs.
Ther ii t I!r m:i -' x mia
I i e . rd.... Or-.2 : 'h. Thie ex
a11ina tion wVil ra h in ar ninet o'IClc .
Techeriis wvil l be Cxauiiined (on Algebra,
.\ rithmetIic, Eingilih Greogra phy, Phy
sioloigy, Pedagogy, 'History, Agricul
tire, Civics antd Current iEvents. On
the samec day the examination for Hi1gh
School certificates will be given.
JAMES H. SULLIVAN,
ashintion, Septl. '..-Congress
n1,n Wha.,tey anid Byrne.. ()f Southl Car
n e Wahint on III I oday for the
azi~iead pun !in n i in l port till
i~ain, lte n tureof whichl theyd -
n d to N:ni pu e :thk r w ul
((yo ti they w1a1i sa n a.
\nw-rican portI inl a 0iy or wo andu
that1 they wou0lid beC absen~t 11rom 11hi',
-ounltry several inloilllls.
BY SUI)DEN ACTION
The quick action of pure Lavoptik
-ye wash Is startling. A se ol boy
had eye strain so badly could not
read. A week's use o -tvoptik sur
plrised his tea her - much she used
it for her ol( II ier. ONE WASH
showed bene A small botthd Is
guaranteed t benefit EVERY CASE
weak, strained or inflained eyes. The
QUICK result is astonishing. Alumi
lium eye cup FlNE. Eureka Drug Co.
Subscribe to The Advertiser.
Ikiflin Sun lChapter No. 6, It. A.)
A regular convocap(i of
Rising Sun Chiav0ir No. 6.
I. A. 3 , wil "be held on
: - Thert wi ll
w ol : .\. ti M . \l. and 1'.
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TI I, 11-It
't \'14 dit flo n(itI I -'li
St hta n anlih Alin~i
1110115 tudebate wais. Al izeis
fbt tl~i whil a othl. AllS il-n
sprankfie otr with ncssary education
enn render aMeatIwod lerie by lieach
in. Wie Itoday.n Sothern Teachers'm
Agency.th columbr ~i, :f. C. \\tli-: t-p
\'t te hle te as. Ias hp
Frns Il iauensi S :.2 9-i--p
l Stilknow tha Ie havcL.n opene myiii
that theiltt eunrhoill aford WOuld 1:ke
blort S-n5itlCnsraio ac
WORKbaFot OR FIHTyi
ChrgLA RDYbb & n WILONr-sv
Katie V. Pitts.
Miss Katie G. Pitts died at the famn
ily residence III the Popiar Spring see
Joll oil Tiesday afternoo, after a
ong and sever% sickness borie wiWil
nutch pati lence and (ChristIaifortit tile.
li Pitts who was a daul ghter of iMr.
an'd Aits. Pitts, was a young lady
-;pl'vnidI '!allities.of iind an1d heart.
;Ili wa. gtrc- aly loved by a wile circle
:,fiends. She was a g'raeuiate of the
\\omall's Colle'e of Du. Wesvt. wN vhere
her standii! was of the highest, and
where she was greatly eseiind by
'e facilty and student body of that
insit it tion. After graduat lio , she
aughl. fc. one year, the primary de
lartinenit of Poplar Springs school,
where her good work and dilIgence
were greatly admired by the patrons.
Miss Katle was In lher twenty-first
year, and until her last fatal illness
gave great proiise of a long, happy
life. I'nder the heavy burden of her
sickness, she was brave, cheerful and
patient, and resigned to the will of
God. Those who knew her will not
soon forget this brave. sweet girl, who
fought stich a good fight of faith. The
fineral of the deceased yoling lady
took place oil Wednesday at Friend
ship clhur ich. and was the largest ever
seen there. The children of the pri
mnary * department of Popilar school at
tinded inl a body. and a11111rlied inl lro
ea 's ion to the ehureh and grave. Each
little one carried a bouquet of flower's
\which they laid on the irave of their
ovd teachier. The services aut tile
Ituich anid prova wort, vondth~ed hy
* *. vt l ll . T he
\il ni t t Ia v
( ro n C~(ra le.
HIme Ser'vice I)cliartinenit.
No !I)II: V %'' \T \ 1 %'.
\ tl vua.1.ranted Treaimenat Il That 1a1-.I
Sal till at. of Timl.
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Come and earth
I a t'e a t Clumia
Reod in al lan
songshand. g . ha
Take notice that on the 12th day of
October, 1918, 1 will render a final ac
count of iy acts and doings as Giard
Ian of the estate of Nannile 0. .\ills,
in the olliee of t1 Judge of 1'rohna
of laa1rens County, at 11 o'clock, A.
M.. and oil the same day will apply for
a linal, diselmarge front my trust as
Alny persolt Indebted to sai'd estatef
Is.not iied and required to make pay
muent on th:t date: and al persons
havingr claims against said ( tale vWt
p'resent Iti hem on or before said date,
(1uly pr oven or he forve r barred.
JOHN D. MI.lLS,
Sept. 11, 191 8.-i tuo.-A.
Big line of nice Pictures just re
S & H k&vod
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
(tn Now Eat and 41eep In Confort.
if troubled with Indigestion or
sleplessness; you should read what
.\liss Agnes Tirner, Chieago, Ill., has
to say: "Overw'ork, 1 i1rregu lar meals
and careiessniess regarding *the or
dinary rules, of health, gradually un1
drmiled it until' last fall I became a
wrc oi '( f nay forimer self. I suffered
from contin1ual Iladache, was unable
It) diget Muy food, which svellied to Iya
d vi! (0)81 ) dIt iI 13 CO -
piexion hiecaine. darh. yellow and mud
y a.,. i fe8lllene was vAdded
to my sey, 1t111 1 ul I ould awake as
iired s( ; wheii I went to sleep. I
heard of ('hmberlaill's Tablets and
foiund such relief after taking them
tha t I kept up the treatment for near
ly two montis. Tleiy cleansed my
stom11aCh. invigorated 1m1y system, and
since that timie I can cat and sleep in
comfort. I am today entirely well."
ON CASH BASIS
AFTER NOVEMBER 1
Due to the rapidly advancing cost of
merchandise and the consequent large
capital required to carry charge accounts
we have decided to start the cash plan of
sales on November 1st.
The cash-sales plan will enable us to
buy to.better advantage in the northern
mrkets an et belter selection of gNoods.
We will ..s this advantage on to our
c u.s tomr Cs, and believe that the plan will
be Itually profitable.
No credit granted ;fter Nov. 1
AV PAREL FOR ALL
We have Shoes for men, women
and children hat it is a delight to
show, because hey have the 'alue and
the right prxic . ,6m-e and see them.
Our line o coat suits is now com
plte, but the prettiest and best oies
are going fast. We invite an immedi
God Go3ds at Right Prices.
ON AND AFTER NOVEMBER 1st THIS
STORE WILL BE RUN ON A
STRICTLY CASH BASIS
This step is taken in the interest of our pat
rons, as well as our own.
Everybody realizes that prices are jumping,
and everybody knows that if goods were plen
tiful and eagy to get, they would not advance.
If goods kr scarce and hard to get, it fol
lows that th /casi yer has the preference
in buying; can buy chepaer and get mom
prompt deliveries. The result is we can sell
cheaper, giving our customers the b~enefit.
All those who are dlue us accounts will
please make prompt settlement.