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* Y, WC. (. A. NOTES.
That the "Bliue Triangle" of (tie Y.
W. C. A. is close to tle firing line in
To Publicity Workers for Y. WV. C. A.
Don't he discouraged by the "11u".
It's relaxing its grip). Iet tile rem in
ing days ot October he days of activi
ty for the Y. W. C. A.
Workinte n0ih till- Colcernment.
''hie Y. W. C. A. is tlie frinli of' fte
womtan whtIo works but t vlit ery spoetu
intimate friend and iot erior of it'
'voman wio works on war contracts.
We think (tat our boys ied tll Y.
M. C. A. and the 'Ited Cross and th,
hostess houses Of the Y. W. C .\. and
they (o neeld and deserve everyt thin
good which it is possible to give them,
but think of the girls. The girl who
goes to the munition plant is serving
just as faithfully her country as (he
boy who goes to camp. Twenty big
munition plants in 10astern States are
employing from one to three thousand
women each. These women are of all
ages. They are college girls, high
school girls, girls from many different
Walks of life. Oiutidt of workin hour:s;
ihlerv is iotinitig to uo, nowhere to go
liere tht Y W. WC. A: stept's in and pro
vides a Itotust Onf "'Thi'e lostss Ilouse"
plan. 'I'le goverinto 'lit has apprioel
the plan. Th e htalmse is provided an1i
social lile u mith-d by flit V. W. C. A. is
provided for the workfte ers. It always
Contains a hIrge O0111 with coirtt
able chairs. a victrola, tc.. where the
girls cnn hlave rest and ailus11tsillt.
Thiere is al ways a cafeteria in by the
governm11Ilent, ht best of atll te are
physical directors to0 take charge of,
games. so that ithe girls will lot siffelr
from too close conifilnment and edue'a
tional directors to encourage classes
whlelever it is possible for study to
be combined witi work at ithe factories.
The government is trilty interested,
not only in (he girls as workers in nm
nition plants but looks to their fit
ture when the war Is over and wants
to see thiem prepared for conditions
when thlie t country is not. ani armed
camp. The Y. W. C. A., through its
secretaries, Is ever present as the
guide and helper of these girls, giving
them the care that the government Is
eager for them to have, and so it hap
peis that it is doing a very special
To in~ oc
D~dt .x ma in
Bea'r in nind, every
ed some extraordim
Day at S'
$15.00 Hate, Librty L.
1250 yards, lig;ht omly,
1200 yds 36 inCh light I
1500 yds' faincy (G igha
in he .\ (: ot the gov iii n teilt, ranki.
with the lmost importallt.
Iditor Tic Advertiser:
inl tri lg to get our people to lend
lie governtent. the money it must
have to win this war we meet with
many excuses. One nin asys, "I
would subscribe but I took al I could
of other loans".
\hat woild you say to a soldier
who, wh.]etl ordered to go over the top,
alswered, "Rteally, Captain. I wotild
like to g0 but I went overl inl the (ive
lat sweek and I 'm ived". You kinow.
whxvlt Il'ey would lo o 1 h1tu :111 the
!i1)v hev weld (arry to a d ishoniored
"rOVO. .\nether ay,"I'd Ilke, to bt
I enit afford it"*. If our mothers and
- d were whore, we could not reachl
thoim alnd being tortured and threatll
ed by inhuman brutes and I ask you
fr !Ie miny to buy a gunt 1011 tillt
!f-:us with, would you say "I can't
:eord it"? Mlen of Laurens, wake up
nd get busy! Our boys cilisted until
the war was won. Can we of the
home guard do less? The same au
thority tha t issues a hundred dollar
bi)ll puts out the hundred dollar bond.
One is just as Safe as the other.
J. Q. BIROWN.
Laurens, Route 4.
We have inst I'ceived a beautiful
line of Cut Glass lud Vases. 11 and
12 ineies tall, 50 and 75 cents. A
milib'r of shapes alnd cultings to se
8~~ I1&K H. W14..z 4 CO.
"reah lIyomlel for Two 3111ite-s nind
u'tlie(d 'p 1lend Will Get Relief.
If you want to get relief from (a
tarrh. cold ini the lad or from an ir
ritating ou glh inl the slolest time
It will ic . out your11 eld In two
iminutes and allw you til weallie free
IlIyomei will id - Cold in ole day. i!
will relieve yot disgusting situffles,
hIvwking, spittifg aId offensive breath
in a week,
Ilyomei is made chiefly from a
soothing, healing, germ killing anti
1eptic, that comes froll the eticaly ptus
forests of Inland Australia, where ca
tarrh, asthima and Consumption were
never known to exist.
Hiyomei is pleasant and easy to
breathe. Just pour a few drops Into
the hard rubber inhaler, use as direct
ed and relief is almost certain.
A Complete H yolei outfit, including
inhaler an(d one bottle of -yonel, costs
but little at druggists everywhere and
at Laurens Drug Co. If you lalready
own an Inhaler you can get an extra
bottle of H1yomel at druggists.
r smaldl way we Ahve de
ddition to a subscn iption
dollar paid to us on thal
'prices in every departm
-'to be Sold on Liberty
onn Sale -. 12,99
wvofh 35 ((fits. 25c. ,\d
*rcele, worth 40(,t 29e. yd
n, worth 35 to 40h 29c 3 d
IMSItENT NOT CONTENT
Wii' NI OTLI'I1) PEACE
(Conltiilt'd from Fron1t Page.)
Iolds of st raget ic importalleo. Prob
:ahly also the occupation of all the
submarine bases and a turning over
of the German fleet, in short, It will
entall a taking from Germany of ov
erything with which she might break
!ler word to an armistice.
From that polut the United States
and the Allies might proceed to dis
pose of what rimialued of kaiserismi if
the GiIma people have not (lone it
before, as Presidenit Wilson In his note
plainly ilvites themii to to.
\\hile nowhere inl the note does tie
nsintjoinl openlly with thle 10nItenite
sta1esim1en inl tie demanld that. "the
cilf crv1 aii s 'i in ust be delivered ti)
for Irial. ithe president's confidants
point ont tIht he plainly subscribes
to the doct rline that the guilt of bring
ing on the world warf is personal.
It will I he noted that. tie president
completely rejects the German sugges
tion for a mixed commission to ar
range an evacuation and reminds the
militarists that they will accept the
lerms laid dtown by Marshal Foch and,
the associated commanders; that they
will have no part In framing them. He
makes it plain that he does not ac
(",kit tht! lie w (Gdrlan govorniment
i 'aded by Chancellor Maximilian as
ait ytIhing less atl(oratle, anything less
a (9r0W in1e of Germa n il itarism, than
its prede(essors, and warins the Ger
111 people that uless they destroy it
ith .\lli d rmillies will dto so.
Ol io th le lmost limiportaIint piolits of
hlis n1oe(. is that lin which he acknowl
ohus the G eriiman govern I'men t 's finl
qin alilie(i nc'eptance of his ieace terms
anid then l osi) Oni to show that those
triNs provide specifically for the siuh
slitlition of a goverinmeint wholly ire
splonsible to the German people themi
.wI-vS for tile preseit one doiniated
by the German iilitirists.
The next move in tihe great interna
tional drama Is nlow expected to take
place lin Germiany while the armies of
tile co-belligerents thunder at her
gates. Diplhamaltists are agreed that
what must come from Germany no\w is
aelion, not. words. She may offer to
comply with the terms and give up ti lie
guiarantees which would permit an
armistlee. Prom that point the dispo
sition of the autocracy might -he con
sidered in connection with the termnsl
of peace. OtherwIse tile opinion i-s
lint the victoriona a rmies of the Un it
ed Sf ttes and lie entente allies must
ni y cple are bn
Pk'Ty pgwer of Gern
:ided to put our entire c
we have already made (
day will be so much mc
nt---good only for Saturt
Shoe Sale on Li
41 pairs American (
I Metal anid rPTn Et
end Gu 1n Uel R
8 50, Liber t~s(u y I J
hi, $4 .0v 1.u,
See T hes
/8uiv \'iur Silk JDYOs,
mlo(wyQ go towardls b)uyin
One lot bealutiftul strir
$2 25 and $2.5() values
CL1NTON NEWS. *
to to to At to to to 11 31 41 * to 11 lo
Clinton, Oct. 14.-Mr. Wilile Austin
Is visiting his parent,s Dr. and Mrs.
J. D. Austin.
Mrs. Jno. Finney, of Laurens, spent
Friday in town with relatives.
Mrs. M. A. Hayes left Saturday for
)illon to spend several weeks with
her daughter, Mrs. James Sprunt.
Mrs. Shockley returned to Spartan
burg last Saturday after spending sev
eral weeks with her daughter, Mrs.
Mr. I lugli Simpson..who Is at ollicers
training camp in Atlanta was in tovn
several days last week.
Miss bena Adair, of Atlanta, 1is
spending a few days with her brother,
Mir. Iliett Adair.
Miss Alleen Hipp Is spending sev
eral days at home.
Capt. Shaw Cunningham is spend
Ing several days with friends here.
Private Gus Mason, of Camp Jack
son, spent the week-end with his par
Quite a number of people from L-aI
rens attendsd the funeral of Mrs. W.
). Copeland Sunday.
ITlAN A (THE FOR
PREV NT IT!
Not ice to th, Public:
An OUnIC e f revention is
Worth a1 U 110 'Cd of cure. Save
yourself and' your family from
the ravages of this dread plague.
Get plenty of fresh air and
Keep the bowels moving nat
Thousands are protecting them
Selves aga.Iinst Spanish Infiluenza
and keeping themselves well
and happy, they say, with
Nature's Great Preventative
Get som1e 11guit away-always
have it In the house
Sold by Good Druggists Every
ai makinhg the Four'ti
iany shall be forevel
s~h sales and collections
f double the amount we
contributed toward b4
ajr,9th, Liberty Day.
berty Loan Day
e(ntlkrman ShLowi~, Cun
iglish, Patent Blueber
:4t on, valuei( $6.(00 to
(e ~ta 1Blucher). ar d Itlp
r> 00 81nd $G.00, I i! r
g Libert1y Bonds.
es and fancies, regular
Saturday only, $1.99 yd.
pa rtile t
Mr. and Mrs. IHenry Winn, of GIren-- ir. A. B .(aIllowvay spenit the (week
Ville attended the funeral of Mr. R. 01d with his family here.
C. McLees here Monday. ,Miss 1 Louiso Austin is at homo for
Mr. Joe Little has returned to Ab- several days.
beville after spending two weeks with Miss Agnes Henry, of Chicora Col
his mother, Mrs. Mninua Little. . ( lege, is at home for a coule of weceks.
.llss 1ssle Copeland, of Columbia, AMrs. A. M. Copoland left Saturday
is spending several weeks with her for Cilo to spend a few days witri her
parents. sister, Mrs. Allen.
BIG VALU[S HERE
Examine the few prices we name
below then come and see other val
ues we are offering.
Ladies' Coat Suits _....-------------------$12.49
Ladies' Coat Suits -------------------- 17.50
Ladies' Coat Suits..---- .---- ---------- 18.50
Ladies' Coat Suits----------._--------- 20.00
Ladies' Coat Suit -------------------- 24.50
Ladies' Coats _ . ..------------------------ 16.50
Ladies' good warm all Wool Coats ------- 25.00
M isses' Coats........_-...._-_.-..._.7.50
Misses' Coats ------... 5.00
Misses' Coats _...... 4.49
Children's Coats..--------------------- 5.50
Separate Skirts at right prices.
Ladies' 9 in. black Boots -------------- $3.99
Ladies;' chocolate, brown, low heel 4.99
Ladies' 9 in. black Kid Boo..- 7.90
Ladies' 9 in. gray kid, medium heel 6.49
Men's and Children's Shoes, all kinds and prices.
Men's Shoes chocolate brown, English last $7.49
Men's Gun Metal Shoes -----------------3.50
Men's Gun Metal Shoes -----------------4.50
Men's Gun Metal Shoes......... ..-5.00
Ladies' Shirt Waists ------------- $1.00 to 4.99
BUY LIBERTY BONDS
____ BUY BONDS!
Liber'ty Luan a great success, to in-'
crushed, so that all the peoples of
of Saturday, October 19th, into Liberty
have taken in any of the previous loans.
3ating the Kaiser.
We have gone through our store and select
Men's Clothing at Special Prices
And the money goes into Liberty Bonds! Be
low we mention some specials in men's suits, car
ried from last yeair, which we sell e.aturday, at a
saving of from $5.00 to $10.00 per suit.
Men's colored suits, sizes 35 t '10, worth
$22.50i. anid $25.00, Liberty Loan Day.-- $16.99
Youing menl'1 color'ed sI)its, sizec5t 7
worth $16.50 to $22.50, L. L. 1D. sa ..$13.99
Boy Suitus, L iberty L.oan sale, a~t $7.99 ard -8.99
$85.00 coats and suits, Liberty Day,---$69.50
50.00 "' " "-"-44.44
35.00 "' "--------------"------------- "-------------29.99
25.00 " " "22.99
It f You Pay YourII Account satur
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