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IV )i xxxiv. LAURENS, SOUTH t 'ouf , W NESD A V., OCTOBER 16, (918
Over Half of Quota Sub
Stores of Vlty to be Closed Today
While Employers and .Employees G1o
Out to Sell lionis. Governor )eslg
untos Today "11iberty liond1 Day".
In spite of such obstacles as the in
fluenza epidemic and the German
peace offensive, the sales of Liberty
IBonds dui'ing the past week have
shown a decided IiIproveielI. Cha ir
man Aiken slated yesterday that the
colllty is a whole had already sub
serihed over IIaf of its <Iuota and that
tle people- Were rallying to I lie cause
of tle soldiers at the front with stead
11y Increasing 'nt huiisiasill. Clinton
h,,; already ;!!mnehe m if, m ni;'
a11lloen a!nelrz ha" d :,toppwd the w-n
paign, iII spit of he faet tl I th4. i
Illunza hIs plossibly beie'l 111o )i I4 VprveI
ent there thall iII any otiler part of
the comity. Ora school distict. which
was alloted aronid $.).000 has alroady
far exceeded Its quota and is now ex
poeting to pass tile A1.5.000 mark. Con
sider'able activity in bond selling
showed itself in the city (Iurling tile
past few (lays, many new suibscrip
flon; being secired and many other
subser'lptions beIng doubled and
tripled. A "Young Men's Thousand
Dollar Liberty Bond Club", started
last Thursday has resulted in the en
rollment of 3.1 names, most of the
members having previously subscribed
from $200 to $500 and increasing their
subscriptions through the club to
$1,000. A movement Is already getting
-mder momentum among tile older and
more substantial men of the colmmuin
Ity to run thelh' subscriptions up high
er ligures. Two men at- least have
Jumped out of the $2,000 class and
gottel into the $1,000 class and they
are encouaraging Others to (1 likewise.
The Advertiser will publish the list of
all subscibers after the campaign is
over so that tile public here as well
as the soldiers in France may see who
are siuppotintg the governmiient. and
standing hack of the men while they
fight tile Geimians.
stores Close Today.
Following a proclamatIon 1bY Gov
enI'or Manlin delaring today ''Caro
line lahieity ond JDay", the banks,
stores anfl o"11.r places of bsiness
vllI h )!ed Imltay wileto teamsv of
bonld sellcr (nver the city mal go olit
Ito Iu-it 4I 1n- im 11 ! .l n 1m 0 11 .
-eevr the Top".
grdentinbg Pistol, Fonnd Still.
th l!: on prt 'Ai: o r vae loo
lattt wak foriido d thrmh! to
row mi'. li 1 4 1 f d t ill
knowde ofiaeda the stillha
beenIin n operation, a5 mshmade
of i4'n4p 2 im . a r -ad ithe 'n--ii~
lThe <4 l .on d po o are *ad n ( con-41'
hidera i r T in t he :411IdhIrt Hond5pi
ema (041;4nto, judi(1from te ec ero
hals re:!'iri hied e eop'lde. Am'on
theimi:ii hg:.irg din ste olitfiew
dpres~n h f . t-in Watt Mlls o, bittM
fori LI 1('' a !i~ o'e bee n ir "'td dolhatr
line wor 1( -'e. hs ileT 11a1d alh o.
Cthe ~ hy f ir e iei iadl say4li's foh '
hioei for tl'r beordean the boyse a ill
Aerording1 alto hars raeyeiedsr
has ritened h wlrl110hlc on they
tempiflinggigt oe othertline
j N I . U \ Z/ E PI)iEM1(
Is AliATING, HEREt
iTought (hat the ('rest has been
lassed and Deeline of Cases to be
Although the epidemic of illitenza
which has gri'ipped this city and other
sections of the country for the past
few weeks is still widely prevalent,
the indications here are that it has
reached its crest and Is beginning to
abate. in this city but few deaths
have been reported since the last is
sue of The Advertiser andi many of
those who have been seriousily III are
reported on the roa d to recovery. Mrs;
V.'ill Copi:iiid, of Clinton, died at the
iipiltal lat Week of plieiumnoiia. Mr.
Copelaid hiimself is also ill at tle
hiosipital hut hopes were hebd out for
his 'ecovery yestlerday. NIrs. Fred
hoyd, who livetd. n (I'dGor-don street, died
u intortit g of pelum'lonia lo!io w
in i inti I a ]I( I ie i0.1 lite wai
wre given k, re :' for h' rIcovt ry, but
"he ret-iimed to pas, t1he crisis succesa
fly and y'ester'day aft ernIloon waI re
ilrledl Improving. NI I's. Boyd was
huried in tle local cemetery Sunday
a ftelrnooi. Yesterday liorlning .l is.
Sar-ah Ponders, niece of Mr. 1). It.
(od frey, (lied of Imourn on ia at the
hlelp Sent. From Washigtion.
Monday morning Dr. 11. D. Helfrich
and Dr. H1. -. Moss, of the United
States Public Health Service, reported
here under orders from Surgeon Gen
cral Blue to assist the local authorities
In stamping out the epidemic. They
immediately got in touch with the lo
(al officials the Red Cross and -doc
tors and proffered their services. Mon
day evening they Iet with the Board
of Health, the doctors and Miss Craw
ley, of the Red Cross, and went over
the situation. Plans were discussed
for practicable (quarantine regulations
and provision recommended for dan
ger placards where coii nagoiios dis
eases exist. In order to keep in touch
with tile progress of tile epidellfIe, tle
health olicer was Instruteed to take
reportsi from the physiclin s as to tle
niumbler of new cases anad the number
dismissed. Dr. lelfrich and Dr.
Moss, In speaking yesterday of' their
duties here, stated that. they desired
to cooperate withii all agencies here
for the elimination of the epidemic and
they su(iggesteld a cordial cooperation
of tle plople withi the loa(1l doeors
in ordelr to Svil tid Id less ilahot' and
To (Open1 Odton H .osplit.
Yvesterda~y mlorning , Dr. Ilelfrich1 am11i
t. '. i-ol . - m lctne d ' i .\ s Craw
I;.. ;:(.(Ie CrIom!!, we-Il do %n to
:11"I, L aed Iy l-: r it for lilt s e in
:d (T 1114n11) M . pil:0 Itd I um ier th di
Ion of th Pr11 rs . It ik ie d
aboilt t lhi~ty latents.
('ottni utv enW i Arrl es.
.\tr. .\i. I). .\oor'e, the newly appoint
(I 'o~mtt demon~stra1 lo agent, amr
rivied in thle city the Ii rst of thit week
andi has alIready r'eported for dut y. Mr'.
.\lonre is a brot heri of Mr i. hP. \V. N\ core,
who1 wast so succeessfuli ini siml ilari wor'k
hierie int il a few nionthls ago, andi is ai
.:on of' .\'. WV. S. \Ioo, of (Greenlv ille
co'inty. lie was a st udeint oif (lemsoni
a!o 'nl Is a gr':dite of George:'
Va's h'nytonI I iver'sity. at \Wa'shing
Wi 141n5. 11or t he part feCo yes he lt
1 ' " i o i I l t (e ' d , n u bs i : - d b
- ..u of .\'rioudare .. s
I i14 ii il lit lit " i :"S
and was one of the substantial clt Iz.ens
of' the ('ounlty. ile was5 kniown' in ('tin
tiln for' his frank and straightfor'ward!
turtit'', his1 jitegitiy anid high senise of
h'on or. 111Ite it rv ived by i s wife
and thln fn!!owing children: iRoss I).
Youmnl I Of I uII en ': I lenrty Young of
Illalock, and Mri~ts. Friank I Adalin', of
Mr. Young was among thio ylctims1
of theo influenza onidemlc.
GERMANY'S REPLY TO WILSON
"it riJNy to tIe ( im tions of i l the presideit of the Ulitedi
St 1.: ill.f A qIner.icn tn (hro nt gm-erranenlt herevby <wh res. IAI .3 t1:
The (No:m gx\-,-runn-at h-s :n-evpledill( hvtrius laidl
dowi byv P'Sil(In I \\'soni inl his :llress of -1111iarv S aini
ill his sllbserilIvIt inhirels: (inl tihl' oiiliationi of' . perll boen, t F vi' n v A lilI)iice1 Ills
peace Ol .1 1i ive. ('ollsetu Iit t ly its objet ill etl ering into <lis. Deat ill Act oil West Q l' ittie
I'llssiols woull be (nly to agree lpioil iractical details of the
Ii 1))11 Ill tII)? 141II~ (~(' t('l'l15. 1'11' ( i rm n gov rn mcietitit ll('V'S I .ll). 'fIos. 1. Jr.,t soil. so f fMr.
apivationl ()I these term,.Is. Thle (4eInanl government, believes an Mr.T 1) mc o tls iyis
tihat the gover iffen its o f tile piow e's associated w ith the gyov- 1 iinl i lled ill a kt , oi i v ci t rn
erimelnt of h the Unitied States also t1ake the position takeii by n iledin to l tile' rt -
'resi dIeint W ilson l in h is ld(lress. I ont , Ili., to a Pl i 'a m r -
10errinin( governmenit in noll rdance with the A us I
-ngain giveren i the iise of binging a 'Italgram (' from Leut.
P-1Iiii' C. Todid. oif [hIsI city, w'ho was
411i lilIlis (Im , <ieelares itself reldv to coliple with the I- .. the saiGll regiivilt. Willi LIit. 141e
Sionls ohI te pi-esidlentl ill regn l 1to evaIculatio'0.i
III:?~ 44 '':~ Ii 1: 4'm '4' ~ut~ 44 a lu~ eoiliii11d slil 441' aalmiilr 41(1!'hii.; i'c' M. 1 ill' av
" ''n r me t sn ests that thle ii e4l t lo .i t l Fri
m en o, im -,o .;llk -nt whlol im h 'a11 uncle theon, Mralonha
b.( ' ll_ I I 1 0' I : r' ( te ore a m.r o fIlo d I : l bi l i' '1i
eT 4 le ( 1'" IN l 11' '. u li lrtl in lll i -i .s iitd has Iei i'I I i r. it I"a
wt 11c ilu "stty I:0 in ' ~ -( lw w .h s1.f1 " ifIbof the (Ernm ov.
l'(1((d I I ft ! II, II f i I I i the271n
"i" verlin. (h-Ni hfr 11.ll s C.
1 l I t. ine (Id11 1 e i O t e vei - - ():'i " o '.
WILSON'S REPLY TO GERMANY OI 4itPw01-AllIf.wwr
Washingtt on, Oct. 14.-'1il 'h text of resiln t \W ilsnm's It . ITO tand wit tls regi
swer to he (rnan noe, adn'ss to the nwitzerivioli271st
111' ' de a q ll i I ei ' l' liermane o interests inl theo, onitt a
St1ates, 'ollows: Rh tnd I/ike wailla C aong all
"i Sir: In reply to thle toill 1iention l of the Ge1)1lian tgyov- of'(hs cit il the ilie of
r11' ciliilne t, 1bted lthe 120h instant, whivh t oul hand5Sed tile to lye Iilti'11't rn ained wt tills rvl
I havt he11 honor to request you to rnf11 .ilit the 'ollowin an- iig 1111)1 ie g eiv eI lie re
'ISI iWi 1l(t~il ( i ((11il11 t'lt118(I il'( IlilI gv It ly hi ng en of 11i e (l 11 11 cat
"'I'le "nii1'lo hed evI1 tne2 by the ipresent German gov-91 I. compoverill ilesiee lie
ernment tiil h) a large 1111ajority o' the 1reiistla l of the termIls
tai downl 1yv the president (f the initeSt Slates of Americ enlic'( Nike. \\,as llat ang ll
illits tiireSs to Ilte onlgress of the lii dStates onl the 8it 1, af t haty s oh
of Ii'i-l.li 19)18. ani'e in his silbseu e lt addresses .justifies the ciiI and kindl dsposition wfi lrt
IMn Si li t li n king'. a frank and1 diectstatent li llies t, of Ilis (0de- i'o ithll eeic ild ('lr lll helwas
vision 4 wi h r n lto ilte eol4'i tlt iII nion s of tle eliniln g v\- fln s' 1. n ie news o (11s dea 'l ata
nimeni t of te 8th a d 1-111 of O tober, 1918.r o t e r l e t e
" I l''ist. Iw el - nl erat ooI is ahat ti v process od evnelwa. r i eo ti1
Ition anld the voinlilion s of alh istict are ma lters wilIei t-i
bev left to the( julgien(,lt andl no vioe of' thle mlilit'ln-y alvisors or.f1A 01 P E L
the toveriinneilt ol' 1he 'nited S1tates i1ii4 t e allied er n- Ti RICH A POO
Inents. :1'1d the presi't'1i i feevls it his <lity *v to s y that 'o ar..
I'ngem n ho p d by the overln ent o tIll ltitel Ii Must It ii i' Eo t
Stlates w in11h <does not provid e absolutely sa 4'''guar's ann" \'4' Illti gum... 44 1 iC I I
doiles of, thv ninintennint-v (d' the present mnilitary suprevina-y -sh Ke
I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ e Cali fil ble IcI t" l4''j41 1 4o't' IlI'
'd the au ieivs of the 'llitci 'tates 'In' the allis' i a lie fit lWt' . iXr . 'tlt
"Ile l'ovls v ln lit t t that he enn sa 'el assione that I t is ''l'',' . 00. t ICAi 3f0
will als < Ill' and ' 1 eision of the alliet i'overn.- r H It) fo l cit t I' rc l
ill s.p o o n t
... 1t rii'sidlent feels tha t it is also I his <111 to td< lji i 1 1 <4' 4 tilt t
''ither t h m r nt 'th l ' it States n r, he is iliitell ia ll t II I fli
i.'v. the iver nis with whih the ovel ent o,1 0lf ihe f he
i1n"d i sinei'l Is a be)liigere w-ill collI , tofI
(consf er. an al1- 1i,,ti-e sI, lmit as thle arinlod f'orl-eS (fl Geronairv v .I1: o t0
!!nt. I;I - R ninII'ne pi-awliers whirlh thwy stii PIr! ,1.-Y Iw l v r , Il 1
w ' - !1tion 111in e m . , ws (b rl y %11 nimi! :' m.
ine al o azr e t a es-aten f a io u-dlem~ ofig eiY
spoila 1':. .1a itat o tr- b!in; e im illn.hi I , d "111
w.v look upon w ith ho rC ,a w ith ' in -ning(d wi llill 'f 11 f w ,;11 111t t
X)TiTED PA CE
Germaniis Mu.t Accept MIh.
Wil H KAISER
Answer of president WlilMIn to Ger-,
"It'[ N ot ' GiVe, L'laia I IiJiCILtaOR
that hiaiserism ani Millitarisimt Must
Su1b1i)It to )emocrae. Must. Returp
A Isnmee-Lorra i ne.
Washingtol.. Oct. I I.-I'resident
il son nas answered Germany'r
le(av1Ce pro'(pIo.ial v. ith a1 dlci io) Whica'
not only fiillills the exPj'ctation o..
Slipporters of hki liplonmiy h1 alue
dis'pits ite ear's o th1oe who preict.
hic \uOnh sliihiltitvt victories at1 arnu-~
with feats at d ilolnlly.
No peace withi kasrn.1auocracy
ti ji - of whil'. G i.1 ,,,n 11 sm
l-1t atro ies On k is anni a: onc
Iannit btes otid nls a aiuiaior.
dlt ed:( by thtm alliedi com1111 n r., Inl
the field inl ilhl terms as allbol ittely
provid sareguiards and ua llt ran1)1 toy
tmat erniany's part will not be a
scrap of paper.
This, iln few words, is the presj..
if it does not bring a capilatior.
which mayhe m(iIore than an uncondi
tional surrender, a eiplomats and
Aerican oIlicials believe'it ymay cause
a revolution In Germany.
seyond question It Speaks for the
entente allies as well as the United
Statevs. The dispatch of the iwrest
dent's reply was followed by the li
sue of this formal statement at the
White House by Secretary Tuinnity.
"T the government will continue to
send over 250,000 men, witl their sup
plies, every mont.h and there will i
no relaxation of any ilnd."
Quite ouitside of the f,1r111al phr)ases
of a diploilatif dosninen1 t wasi Presit
dent Wils'on's "wvord to thle world that
he had no thought1 of filin te
fighting at1 tis stage".
Tesenate11 (.11bambe ranig with the
' Iala Se Of Sem1d11rs as It' PlI dn'
answer was Iread a few miin-tes aft.e
it la(d been announced at ti i tl de
par!)tment). Seit.Or' laidge', the prsi
desciefvi critile inl his couj- , until
in!.ay, hinid a slateinentvi v: exp ,"( n
-!; . O piniion at the : , lland
* Iih oll :11y iii4L ( t.n'
i s '- \ :.in. -- was
l y inl approval.
Th hilt-(0 a note whOl hI n\ .: nvvey
I' Iesident's d(ecision) in In Ill
'lii 41,1. iof
4 f. .
On 4 Winli I ane I. t u a '* .
manyii look Atsacee-tAarrailne shoitr he
a .d, the m n t that Als (- lir..
aine shol be turned ti F.innt
d tma n 4 I Itl'li'(Q1i
4 b114 it. ' 4 I ' * : ung
T < i : ' rmu1tr n u ,h~ia
Te'and 'hha rm