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ibscripthm Price Is $1.00 Per Year
Payable In Advance.
OVERTISER PHINTINfi CO3IIANY
Laurens. S. C.
ivertliing H ates on A ppliention n
Iltuaries am l'ard of Thanks: One
Oent a Wiord.
ttered at the postothtce at laurens,
4. C., as second class mail matter.
LAMti- NNM, S. C., NOV. 13, 1918.
Uncle Ad says:
Is the Peop.!
Guide Pot !"
"What's beco:no cf
been1 Coin-.: much
a' c on re.':. Pco;:le
.ug; yov" rwo a' vk .0 L:> the::i by
Sdv :: you d%. If you neg..
:t to 1 I the.i ormed they will
'glect to buy your goodcs. They
ill forgct to r:eeber y A.
)rtising i o te people' guiot post.
hey fo!Aw! t.! ol that le::<: tt
.od values and fir tratent
.uide them ihta1th: .
r-avel in vooir direction.
The l''>Iie is as dco,,ndant (.
advertiringr as ii the bu!4i.w:'j ,4mf:n
Due to all accident at the Boyd's Mill
ant of the p we company, The Ad
rtiser was; withouit power Tuesday
hll and as a1 conlse;Iltence The Ad
. rtiser could not be printed in time
reach the mails \\Wednesday morn
'. Considerable reading matter had
he left out for 0he same reason. \'I
a ret both hu t hope that our readers
'it exeuse oul1r deliliquelicies.
TO \Yl-.1.('O.\ E ill E''II Il TI Il.
'e peoloe of Greenville have set
foot a pla n to have the Thi rtileth
vision broug1hi b:ick to Camp Se
'r before u111sterin. ou1t and to have
great relebration in ionor of the
eers anl soldiers of tlie division.
e ida had no doltlh already occur
A to many people ill the liedmont,
It had to us,. and we believe that it
i -he seconided to a mlan inI these
ri-s. [lie Thrlimth happens to )e
Made ull) from t roops of adjoining
Ates so that they cold he lmu11stered
't almost ws easily as a hody from
-o point as under ally other p11111
*1d we believe that ite war delprt -
'nt woul how to the wishes of the
'hers, 1)othlers, sisters, birothers and
lends of their soldiers in view Ilar
-tilarly of the) imagnitleent record
.ilch they made in France.
SlVl'N AREl .\S ONE.
The seven organizations whicli ask
ntribuitions from the people of the
ited Statos this week ate the
'ung .\en's C'hristiani Assoceiation,
, oung4. \Vomen'l's I 'hist~ :11n Asso
tioll, the4 Na11 1411 tion l I hole \\'ar'
ulneil, or' Knighlts of Col'lmbuls, thie
mmnitiiIy Serv~'ice, thle Americ 'ian
aay .\ssoc1iton, and14 t he 814lva
il Arm~ly. IEach o)f thlese organiza11:
as5 is dloing a necessary144 work for
e omifort, the mora)le( and14 sp1'iita
Ifare of the .\mier'ican so4ldiers. TPh'
rk of te Younlg .\1i's (1hri1tian
:0(ciation anld tile Younlg \\'omen''I's
r'ist ian A 5soc'iation)1 are to1a4de1ree
iliar 1to evl:ryone. Thei ' ' 51 ial14
rk of thle Wari ('amp s'omenm4llity
1'1le and1( k(eep clIan th 111 oul4 s of
-soidierms from the' tim114 ther are
afted uint il they starit over' thle ocan
F'rance",*' TIhe 'l') Kniihts of ('olum11
, and1 Ithe .1 (\wish WVal faIre I eaguie
much41 111e sameiL wolrk for .Jewishi
1 Cat holi14 soldiers1. Thei4 AmIlerlillan
r1ary Assorintion has4 11 upplied14 over 04
110)4 1ook-s ofi 144 edulent Iionlli 1natur1
thie ho4y.- to 51ay nth,ing of thouts
rIs of blooks of flion)1 andI maga
ps1114 hre ini 'n1 Franc'e. it hals lest
fih 4 f ii; 44nh r ii a
neceipted lon411 a4.
ma1k ing just one4 ('14 for bion1ey' it)
'r 14o 1-par1e the4 America people041
conlfulsli and41 trou lei wh(Ith
in result fromi 01n' "drli've" atfter
(11101a prom111ptly for I the nieed Is
'I and1 1h li eoe ('that )14 111 makes(55
14) war may b~iI e s-a id 1o be ovCer.
'? 1(14,:. u1i VI' not) yI 4' een'1 .-i11ld
anl1 I451118 irepnible gov'er'imet (is
-tent ly Ill thle as5cendan1cy1) athl lBerI
b ut the muitao fen milifntrvl n14
complishmonts, of our aqldiers - and
Alies have brought their fruit and
mur enemies are at our feet. After
aver four years of strugkle, in which
mur enemies have recognized no hu
nianitarinn considerations in tholu'
wild campaign for tworld dominion,
the armies of right have conquered
%nd the world faces anl era of peace
The arimistice terms Imiposed on our
enemiles have been harsh and the peace
terms will likely be similarly so. But,
tarsh conditions require harsh ineas
ires. The crimes of our enemies de
serve punishment and future peace
re(quii:es safeguarding, so it is im
portant that the terms be harsh
:mioih to measure up to both de
Our own future is uncertain, unless
we meet conditions as they arise
sanely and courageously. The war
has brought about a great transforma
tion in thought the world over and a
:-iange in the relationship bet'ween all
classes i.; certain.% Readjustinents in
i'iiuro pe have already begun, having a
violent start in Russia and continuing
to 'the central powers. Socialism is
lpreading and is- having it.; effect in
this country, though the ejust
ments which are bound to follow will
not bge aeompanied by the violene" in
L'vidlence inl Europe. Our estab ishe(
ieiniocratic governIlent will prcvent
that. In the South a more tolerant at
titu(ev must and will grow up betwee's
he Iraces as a result of the Common
ntitlict we have enigaged in.
Saneness and brotierly regard of
'ach ot ier inl every nation and anmong
ill peoples will lead us all to a peace
Ind pros"perity niever. before enljoyed
*ince the world l'egan. While those
us at home have not made the great
-acrifices that. have brought these oi
port unities about. we have had our
ieart in it and the light of us all has
lot been without their vailte.
War is terrible, but wihen ight
ratiher than muight prevails. the ends
justify the means.
HI*'LES FOR SIPPING (IST
M.AS P.ACKAG ES TO SAILORS. *
The navy department has issued the
ollowing instructotis regarding the
-hipping of Christmas packages to
a ilors in home waters and abroad:
I 'acka es forwarded by parcel post
ror men in the nayy must comply Witli
the postal regultations and should 1he
rnclosed in substantial boxes Witli
hinged Or screw top cover to facili
tate opening and inspeeling .
All )oxes shipped by express are
limited to twenty pounds In Weight,
shou!d measure not more than two
rut'' feet in volume, he of wood, well
strapped, and have a hinged or scew
top to facilitate opening an( inspect
All mail inatter shoulid he add'ressed
a iow pr esc r-1ibed by tlie potal rvegu
bit ion.s. All express t'ack~ages should
b~e fortwardedci itn en re of Sutpplty Olli(cer.
llet Supi~.ply Ilaie, Tiwenty-ntinoth
Stt atni~ )1 Thit'd Avenue 04, SOuth!
Hrooklyn, 'N. Yi.
No4 periishi:thle food produ.icts :1ther
t han t hose (tiulosedl ini (1ans or p lass
.irs shiouild he lpa('ckedii in iacels post5
ort exptres~s shimnenits.
.\tt packauges muiist hd plainly mark
4(d 4 :It'h the niame andl address of the
senderl' togethetr with at notation itndi
eaxting the nature of the (cOntentt. :ruchl
'lhe Riptly Otlicer at New York wvill
(cause eaCh expresexs package to be op4
(inedl andl canrefully'. exam inted to see
thart not'hng of an ex plosive or other'!
dlanigrous; Chartactert is forwarded.
Thei slipmtent of tIhristma pa15lckage1
forl'. I. Naval ves:els abroand shiouild
tbc miade, so as to realchl New Yor'k as
(a rly as possible atnd not inter thatn
Novembieru 20th I.
TIol lliId Dii spilay Nov. 22nid.
.lss D~aisy Iliarrix;, Iom I eoni ini
I trator, annount i'CeS thiat the' displa:y 0of
FeI". P'.;dution~ and ('on:: rat ion
.'hieh thas been host roned from tim<1)
to Itime 01n neC(iount oif the ifuteniz
will tbe hed( in the Court houtse on No
vyvebe Tnd. .\luich intert~ ix beinr
Itaken in the demiostrationi andi a
1tr(e rov: d is hoted fotr. Fera"
Idv s ur Yi''CC'n at the .\ethodlhvt
*-e "' :idayx vi' i b<'' fol!ar.:
tulayi, HehlC) at 10:15; -preacIhingJ at
:":e e ing 5ervit a'',t 7:l0t o'Clock.
4i' C\'ening1 neri'~Ce wiltlibe gtiveni (oe:
ho ~.V.11 kiled in action in Frnce.
P . It i71:TTO I,0D)(F, No. 19, .\. F. MV.
4 ~A rtolaritit conulneatin'
of Pal met to i,,Cdge, NO. I10
G da iv t hlNov. la, 19l18,
at71 o,'(loCek. Th'iere will
C' '''or V. 'i 4lhe' ,jC C'. degrtee. Mciim
C. I iPrCd I! attend arn'l visiting
>rthr t en weClcoie.
K. 0. Andierson, R. R. Nickels,
nr--.nfoat. w. M.
. e * S 5 e e e .9 e 5 5 S S S
4 0 S S S V S e S e S .e o 5 5
Clinton, CNov. 12.-'frs. FAgar Ow'
ens slent last Wednesday In Green
wood with her aunt, Miss Julia
-Mi's Jtdia, Connor returned to
Greenwood Friday after spending the
week with Mrs. J.,I. Coleman.
iMr. and Ali's. Ton Robertson and
daughter, Giargaret, Mrs. J. T. Rol
ortson, Mrs. W. B. Owens, Jr. and
Miss lnma Robertson spent last
Thursday in Greenville.
. Dr. J. W. Reames is spending sever
al days with his sister at El'berton.
'Mlr. and Mrs. .J. F. Jacobs, -Sr., and
Miss Clara IDuckett spent the weok
end in Atlanta with the -former's son,
Mr. Tilhos. Jacobs.;
.Mrs. Jas. RI. Copeland spent several
days last. week 1with her sister, 'liss
Minnie Little, in Columbia.
-Mhrs. John T. Young delightfully en
teritained tie Knitting Club last
Mrs. John Henry and daughter, ot
Greenville spent last week with her
parents, Mr. aid 'rs. T. H. Young.
Priv. Lloyd Adair, of Camp Jack
son spent the week-end with his fain
Capt. Theodore Peake', of Camp
Wadswoth, spent the week-end in the
1 '. and Mirs. George 'Copelanid and
daughter, EIllen and ir. Todie Chand
ier rpent last Wednesday in Green.
l'riv. Gary 'Dillard silent Sunday
with IlIs parents, Mr. and .\l's. J. I).
Mrs. IHenry Yoting is spendilig sev
eral days in Columbia withi her son,
Priv. Reece Young, who is stationed
at Camp Jackson.
Irs. A. .. Siiiroles, of Greenwood
is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. P.
Miiss Maary Dillard returned to Whit
$ * $
SPECIAL NOTICES. $
*S $ *8* * $ *S soe $*e; ;
F'or Sale--One Ford touring car, in
No. I condition, good tires. Cheap
for cash. 1B. L. Clardy. 1i-It-pd
Foi' SalP--orti roadster, good con
dition. I. ID. Easterby. 17-It
Fllr 1Ient-- -From two to four horse
farm on reasonable teris. Close to
school and church. Good pasture. G.
It. Milam, ILaurens, llt. 3. 17-1t-pd
Loste-lBetween Laurens and Clin
ton one setter dog, white with liver
spots. Answers to name of "Rastus".
Iteward if returned to The'Dixie Flour
& Grain Co., Laurens or Clinton.
For Sale--Pair -pure - bred Setter
pups, just at age for field training;
good retrievers and are beautiful col
Ors. Price $10.00 each. 1). '. Todd,
It. F. ). 1, Lauireis, S. C. 17-it-pd
Lost--Oie liver-olored Pointer
bird (log ; ith white 'breast. Named
"Queen". The finder please return
to me and reward will he given. Dock
Hill, Watts Mil, S. C. 17-1t
For ltent-Three-horse fai'm, 12 or
1 a aiCres( in good bot 1toms, kniowin as~
hIrIaksdiale place, near Woodr'ow WVil
enuitivatile( condition. . I. (Colttan,
latuire'n, 8. C. 1 7-:2t-p'I
~'es 'liep r'.'en('t at-h e --It 'you ''nn
sell thet tastest anld mo1(st sat isfa'torv
andt mlost < omptleite line of' v'arnishies
:'nd taints foi' all purposts, andi if
her'e is an openin.g for you in out
Sale; 'lDivision in tils or adjacent Ie;'
r it ory. To a mian w ho ('an suiccdess ful-I
pr ofitatble and perima nent c onneelciion
withI an orgaiziation w'~hosed incr'eas5in
sales'. detmostriate lig, imminediate and
fui tre piossibuiliti('s. Send for apli
men~it .\::nager', Standard i'atint & la-a 1
Work I 'lelanld, Ohilo. ,- 17-It -pid
For Sale--T'hr'ee anmall tracts i
land ('heal), IN'. IB. Dial. 17-1!
IoI t)''Fee- - -Il1 igSupply of hog fe'edC
ont hand of' different kinds. l'rices
ritlit. .1. II. Sullivan. 17-It--pd
Fr Sal ('--25 Terkshirte pigs, 8 t
12 weeks 01(1 at Farm'er's .prices, .1 nu.
I). Ilun'ter, aitt'ksdale, S. C, 17-2t-pd
---e\\--e do hemust itching andi
ien t wvork. Sat isfaet ion gtarnteed.('CI
Singer' Sewing Machint' Co., Green-i1
Ti',-;':;ty. I'he Elear. Aitntoobii's andi~
Itle laitrons Tlerritor'y to the d'a ler
who teal Izes the nituti oln and~ ('an 11
nia nce atomuobiles. Spldeci leat ionis
fot hose' oe li~( ''V''Ied C'ai IC(onItieni
I :tl mtor, orig & hek ('lutclh, SItroml
ken h'ear'ings, St:ewat Vacttinnt, wheel
base i M in., price $27. '. 0. ii. fac
ICor:y. 1Elcar .tl otor Sales ('otnpanCy,
CStihern lOh:t tiet Omece, 302 ('adli
liiling. Atlanta, (Ga. 1It
Not iec--- All per'sons arie Iherebey for'
!:idden to hunt or't re.mtas;s in any way
. . '..:2.;1::A., a1 as; I he Iiutgess om
\I1add1etn lplaces. Guil ty3 partt ie ('v'ill be
proscetutell to tile ftillCX extnt of thei
law, .!. S. ilennett. 1 l-ti
c,: most favorabIle termis , and atC low'
in C::7 Vins:tallmienlts. b.oans e-!msed
prtomtii11ly. Verty r'easonablie ex pen se,
1',D Ikiarks-dale, Atty., Laurenis. li-ti
No Worms in a Healthy Chiid
All childCreni troutbled with worms have nn tun
healthy etulor, which Indientes poor blood, ad as
ruhe, there Is mnora or l'ess stomiach dkitrb~ance,
G;RV)-"S TASTEL.ESS chIll TONIC given regularti
for two or three wecks will ench (lie hkleod, hn
provo the dIgestion, atnd act na a General Strength
eni~mt 'Tono to tho whole aystemn. Nature wIll thien
threwa offior dispol tiho worms, andl tho Chiltd will be
In perfect hant, Diacat. to take. Gm.pe bottl.
mire Sunday after spending the week
with her slaters, Misses Jetto and Lila
Miss Aileen Iiipp has returned to
Whitmire after spending several
weeks with her parents.
-Miss Nandy Owens leaves this week
for Washington, D. C., to s-pond soy
oral. months w-ith Mrs. H. L. Scaife
Mrs. Hughes, of Charleston, Is visit
ing her son, Prof. Horatio Hughes.
Mrs. R. D. -Lewis, of Spartanburg
spent several days with her sister,
Mrs. E. D. Shaw, last week.
:Priv. William Anderson returned to
Camp Sevier Monday after spending
fdvirat: days with Mr. R. .L. Bailey
.Mrs. J. Whitman Smith, offBishop
ville, is spending the week in the city.
'Mr. H. Y. Vance is spending several
days' with Mrs. Guf Pitts.
Qir. and. Mrs. dienry Wiinn, of Green
ville, spent Sunday in town with
Miss Connie Bailey delightfully en
tertained a number of friends at a
dinner party last Saturday. in honor
of her father's birthday. Th )%e pres
ent -werC-- Mr. and Mrs. W. .1. Hailey,
.\r. nea Mrs. W. C. Bailey, Mr. and
Mrs. .1. A. Bailey and Mr. unid Mrs.
TIAN A CURE FOR
Notice to the P b1liC:
An ounce of prevention is
worth a pou1n of cur. SaIve
youl-self and our family from
the ravages o( this dread plague.
Get -plenty of firesh air and
Keel) the bowels moving nat
'I'Thousiaids are protectingp. thtemui
selves aI aiist Span islh iiititeiza
atnd keeping thflelv wI 44'Ivell
andl happy, (te) siayl, Iwith
Nature's Great Preiitative
Get some right aIwaIy-1alaiiys
have it in the house
sold by Gxood Druigaists Every
r~here and by Lair 1enls )rntg Co.
and the h
pay for cc
forced to i
tate of South Carolipun,
County of Laurenh.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLE)AS
3ank of Gray Court, Plaintiff
ire. Sallio McCall, et al, Defendants. I
-Pursuant to a decree of the 'Court
n the above stated case, I i11 Bell at 4
)ublic outcry to the hi est -bidder,
tt Laurens C. H., S. C on Ralesday
n Decemlier next, bet .M d;ythe t
Ind daY of the month; ing the legal I
iours for such sales, the following do
icribed property; to wit:
All that certain tract, piece or -pa'
,el of land lyirig, .being and situate in
ho County of Laurens, and State of
Bouth Carolina, known as the home
plae of Alex McCall deceased, con
aning one hundred fifty seven and
>ne-half (15' 1-2) acres, more or less,
ind bounded on the north by lands of
W. B. Abercromble, on the -west by
ands of M. V. Holder, on the south by
ands of \V. -H. \lahaffey, and on the
Their Medicine C
T i ch aracteristic of
tfolk nter they pass the nMlotted
I tlreo t,.ro yefari i.iil Won," IU l.ok
Iratk over thi 41ys3 tin.t are pono
nit tl no itiI LUllf liv tieia over.
J fnl tryself, .d, tLevynty-one, 1requeni.ly
d.11m g h:1 Ir i.:.art.r t a l.'nttirv, v.hen
I Nee liVrCxlf in 11ne I.Wto dirug ,-tore I osned
itt, i:vr, Io., nalu" g and teintug a
'.ruget able conajiaid t my irlenui nn I
enstomern-wa a then : k.nown only 1.4
)r. Lewis' MCietcino for Stomach, Liver
tnd lM.owe Coiplaints.
l'or ma::. -r-; whi I a; perfectin; mny
Forntiaua I rtudiiediii nd inavOtigated %.e
l;xa lvea :nt.i cathartici ( a 'au iaarkct and
lieeinmo ceoinvi:need that tlher main fault
wits 1', 11hAt t bey did t ', c n tho howel!,
blit that thi 'Ir cet on was too vio'ent r.il
fiiratic, tu t i.i4 1 o10 rayrtemi f the ler
w.hihAw l dulo to h fat tint, th-y V.
it. titongh enotg'i in tier iction, nolie
I tnply nit..i (wn ta n upper cr small inte
ia'S. w il oth, rs wouildt rt : only oil the
liwer ct' Jara- inte::.ineu, E nd t. it they
albned in varial- produced a habit re
quiring .ngmncit ed (oser,.
f believed t'tat, r. preuaration to pradiec
the lic cffe'c" ii t tirst tone the liver,
Ohen net 0!1 1.1' 1itimach and entiro nlinien
tary Py-teia. I? I .in wan nxeompliished, tlid
med.'ihIetIrl vold pIru Irole ao ImId, hut
thirotigh ci iIin- on. f (i hivwasto withoit
thle n11,1j: ielv-e:.int; rctinsations,, anid miak~o
tie ii ir fiee I beutter LAt once.
After experkneni with hitiareds of
diff rent, enii'o'iitis, I nt let. perfectud tie
formiiurIl : I hoat, i - enw kI nouiwni aq Nature's
Comedy, which I t-nily beev.! roes further
it o~ shortage of cle
igh( prices we are I
Itton seed and labor
burn our products ini
possible. So we a
hulls FOR CASH o]
ast by the Gr'aydon land.
Terms of Salo: One-half cash, bal
,nce to be paid twl'ee months from
late of sale; the credit portion to be
ecured by bond and mortgage of the
mtrchaser over the said promises,
iearing interest at 8% from date, and
0% attorneys fee clause, with leave
o p1urchaser to pay his entire bid in
-ash. Purchaser to pay for -papers.
rho successful bidder will be required
o make payment of $100 immediately
o guarantee compliance with bid. If
he terms of sale are not compiled
vith, the land-to be re-sold on same
)r some subsequent:Balesday on same
erms, at ;-isk of former purchaser.
C. A. POWER,
C. C. C. P. and G. S.. -Laurens, 8. C.
Dated, this 6o.v' 7, 1018 17-3t-A
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
DruggiOts refund money If PAZO OINTMENT falls
:o cure Itching, Bliind, Bleedingor Prqtrudilg Piles.
nstantly rolieves Itching P1103 and you can et
estfullcep after the frst application. Price C
hest For 20 Years
and does moro than aniy laxativo on tho
nurke, touay. .Thu.. thuwsnds,q( letters
frin usera havo convnoed tot I was right,
and tLhat, tho user of Nat'ure's Ransdy as .
family maedic.nc, even though ho matiy havo
ued a, for twenty-avo yars, never has
to increas0 (ho iaso.
ty :n:>.flodgo of medicine and the re
Aluits Uf its use in mny own family and
anu-nt iy friends, be'folo I ever offered it,
fir a1lC, cALa'ftd iuo to liavo great faith in
Siturc's (Icety fron tho very rt.
kAd nio as I find nvcelf nearing the ago
whent 1 aon.-t bow to tlm inevitablo and go
to anothtr I:fe, :av .r--ttest pleasitre in to
-;t fach day and rend tho letters that each
mail bring!i fromt l)e(lo an old or chier
t.In 1, who tell of havin' used latare's
flcmcl'cy for tea. ilIteen and twenty year
und they and t'ivir children amn
grandchildren have been beneletkd by it.
It i3 a consclir.' thouglht, my friends for
a man at my age to fie that asilo 1rom
h: own stccess, (eno htn dono somethinig
for I f.llow man. My Preatest satisfac
tion, my greatest h1npiialnenis today, io tho
kmow.lcage tlat, toiyihi. 1mo than onlo
rfollioll in ple will takeo a Nature's Rilmety
(Ni Tablet) and will be better, healthier.
happier peop-le for it. I hopo you will
bo 0n0 of them.
A. H. LEWI3 MCDiCINEI 00.,
ST. Louis. Mo.
it 1,(4 (10.V,
, we are
to cash as