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Ombseription V'rice i8 $1.09 Per Year
payabba in Advauce.
ADVERTISER l'HIITTING COMPANY
Laurens, S. C.
W.dvertislug iates on Applieation.
@Mtnaries and Card of Thanks: One
Cent a Word.
Catored at the jostothee at Laurens,
8. C., as second class mail matter.
LAI'IlmNS, S. C., OCT. 15, 1919.
"The truth is Saluda is one of the
best counties In South Carolina. All
it. needs now is a railroad across the
country to Newberry and beyond."
Newberry llerald and News.
Probabily it would be a good idea for
some of the Newberry and Saluda
people to invest their money in such
a Iailrload. as thousanlld of others have
do(, so that .\Ir. 1umb and hiis as
sociates mnhay have iore pioperty t)
LIsTMEN AT' TlliS!
"Whenl 1hat flne rolad is compi it'll
Ivohl j 11it 1(1 I0lwa.il 1 111u1. .111
lile r-oad fr'an il ImIards to) Nowbolrr.
1i11Uprov'd A. (n I aure0n follis can
com it . live l v.n o do thwir i rn al
If The W e rver- -,ill . 1:1 th l iat
rt I - d:. N i- a jd i 1 Nw vr i:: 1(i
d. ,-.en Ia . \wo:l In'
h ( th 2~i I. I,1::n " : ;. folks (ZIAn
alim 1 to 2- .2 I a l i.~l 2urplu t a2.-h
iii -0i22 I. Oul 2- 12
awl2( 1h ni not f.2 el any i2 rain. If Nce\\
hin 4> of) r'r w h:t l i
roeadl do.n a:%,l ;(l not omly dlo
little tIol i lo I- ()I*, thl- w ho -
All of us nit too (tiik 2o cr-itici ,
nlot only other- people but anlythinl"
liat do.n't happen1 to mieet oti fancy
as Ii.11,t ol proper.. Constructive criti
1i.s is ofteln 1 n(ficial, but iot neces
sarily always so. for some peopil are
SO donlstittlled that eve the frieldliost
sliggestion is taken as anl affrolt. in
otheis, of a IIm celer turn of I(ind, a
(1iti'ismil is so takein to hear as to
weaken rat her than strengthen the
det ermination to aceoniplish S011m1
thing. 11ubl ic affairs, however, 1wnere
dealt ( with s ic ly 111(1 in the en
deavol to col'i'et an1 evil or en1c0u1g1e4
hgliherwl- ideals of Iight and1I aecominpish
31141ent. Will not su1lffeI fioit coilstrucltive
('riticisl. Till th0ioughItless criticism
is thei criticism that dos m1ost harmll
and1 should h1 studiously avoided. Th#
I lothouglt occurred to us in Iading an1
alrtille sent otit by the ederlh lI oard
of Vocational 'ducation in the diseu.
sion of Il emtIlls collfront ing the difs
abled veteranis of tihle war. It is only
one phase of tie many plroblms, lt
is worthy of attenltionl:
"The man Or womian who0 (rii idises
to thle extent of dIamal~ging thle fuitu re
of a d isalhed sol dierI, sa1ilor1 or 112mr' ine
is deserving of but smlall cons idera
tion. Yet instancees of such criititismi
aire met with (ailly by till Fkeeral
]Boardl for Vocational IEducation.
"'Such critIcism is invariably due to
one of two thiings; ignorance or mhis-.
Information. flut in either ease it
'lends to discoutrage some1( worthI vet
eran of the great wvar. Through such
dfiseouiragement thle very ma n ibiis
great Governmen iit. is seekIng to refath,
blecomles mlor'osed, discon t ented and11
threatens to dIrift into a statte wehir
he( will not1 only bet a hland(icap to imi
self hut to the' "oimmunity in which hie
"'Now it is as had to criticise the
liunderin 112 ri(tie, twithlot offer1in ai242
prattical r-eiiedy, as it is for the'
blundering cr-Itie to find fault wVith aI2
great and won de rfiiul1 intittion, s
lo ac(ompil'i-h the plurpose of I his 1r
'fiche a l(ew' ;'racttint 2-ulggestin l ar;2e
set down, '.--h Ich it. is 11opedI, wVill pr ove'
of some vliue.
".-Don't tell a hlandienipied soldier,
sailor oirn u maie thalt fte(GovernmlentO'l
is not trying iO help him. You are
piosstessed oif I Str'ong biodly, exert yotir
strength to the extent of seeing that
thie handilcapiped man meets an ofmler
of the Federal Roard for Vocatioiiai
"Don't odismiss the matter with aI
wave of your hland. That1 1201 hnicipped
man gave his all. snerifleed his fti -e
te help y'o.I iretaln our' stretngthI anP
vigor. *'ver'y citizen (If t his cotuntry
whlo dlid not go to war should extend
a helping hland to the man yho did.
''Yoti know that tile (Governmen t has
f~ri'Oidd for thle rehil l itti oll of ouir
dilsablhod mnen. You are a unmrt cif the
-great (Governiment whIch is providiIng
such tr'aiilng, so every time you fail
to help the dlisabledl man to get in
touch w it h t he insttittilolln Ihichi hats
'heen established foir his benefIt, you
aire fiurthiering thle Germian catuse ando
proving uniworthy of thle citizenship
youi so piroiidly boast (If.
"Remember that your criticism may
flestrov the faith of some man who
suffered so that you might Irosper;
that a maimed and broken body pro
duces a timid and warped spirit; that
souls have perished through criticism
which destroyed faith.
"The cause is too great to allow
petty Jealousy and spite to dominate.
He a booster for humanity. Examine
yoursed', see it you are without fault,
before'you attempt to find flaws. You
are your brother's keeper. Unite, co
operate, and let's save souls."
The Prosperous Farmer!
Eiditor of The Advertiser:
I wish to write a few (lots on the
good wages I am making farming. I
worked fourteen acres this year and
In the cultivation have put In 133 days,
and iwhen the farmer says "days" it
means from sunup to sunset. You
see it imleans 16 hours per day. You
see twice 133 is 2G11 days and) then
somlie light-lead will say tilie farmer
has a good time. Railroads and cot
ton mills work eigt. hours. Tis
Idoesl't say anythinig about tenldintg
to the stolk. hauling wood, going to
Ie mill 1(and so ( . It me('ants work
and. 11liive me. it is work too. Somte
Of you in4'Xperieiled fellows don 't
hliieve it. m e ont anid try it ! Come
aliong the roal.s in .\May and .1tile and
1!'1- po r old sisterIi:; having lo
work all d!ay anld luo to thle hn and
i h - < ini y ! iJ all a
' ca. 'This dotil Say
n am h. a i:,' rin1 th I rop.
i C: I i f :
I h I f i ld hai. h 1!1 :
' C n r :i
I (in I ' 4 \ i: In " I) tIo - ,
on hui . I - I t h i I \ . i :: andl
whIt r yo d1, aI . ie . I I he hiu I
too4 hii;h inl youri good C warin hantS(. re:
('(niin g (Cn youri I old teniant. and fotr
(God's 5i4m 1e's get o IIhe job and
liii nW tin r It 1h .
So, hioling all t he Christian chnreh
. GodspeId. and hoping the goodo
.-d e ts r and its- fo c In- samei,I
IiSbON NO. 2."
WIIISON DID NOT
P'idt' f ufind Had Nirht, H1i H is
GeneralI ('ond ition i s (oud, i sa
a esll C::C1 i Co Ci tll uii b. ~ i'l I
.iI lk- 'hC liin.tCt ini b
\ asin li. Oct. I li. --'residenit \\i!
'' himdition .wasood
1b2 nwr " ah h did no
al igt las ni ght. h ill t issed by
.\<i r r;;.tsj . n i ,1d .,fill ali Ii ..
:Me lh li flnof thliF city sa id
la ' il,-tin i follows:
"T he i\' ite onlls . OcIt . i1, 91!1,
12 ' 151 1). mt. e
"i pratsidn a did o iaessu t a rto'
tu lng tlstngtdli et's n s
was caused by a 'swel lin , ft e rs
late gland, a "ond it frm wh"
heO snfere ingut the ipa'st ae wich hn as
been~l inteniie~t d m oo ht-sobyanis
linglin htid. lii general t it. dit ionx
howeveri'n is good. As~tl notd yestt'rday,
his t em er t re ule, r spr tin
heat' a'ction pand;t 't blod prtssure are.
litarli.\dmreatle rsith on toi the
sh.h h. Fattachedim to.it. Iigex
Bered t a ronason wi. , owC.r
cAll inuta see ainrstin oder ar e
WilHave NroChne toaFret .
Three el~ar tion. to s r nn
Ofdisaced sverPalidayo Bnkr h
bS~t.ine.thersted win then Weblntef,
honri neotie that otng tdow 4to theo
iNobler 1,Iwl e~e ia
C.lC.stiatrsofte esat of Kighs
Any psn Intrebted to Our~ esate
il HavifePo a nurd torefuo lAte
.\en. onathatrstne andill pedsWoneha
lu y clim achaweek sid Lsarens.t
Tasntic thet o thfoe said datof
(livlemroe, o91r Ib wlorender arrena.
~~~~~Aministratrix.o h sat fToa
Oat. 1, 1919oc, . m.,an tte a
EPER(R NO MORE
Name of Roman Dignitary Has
Title Never' Has Meant' What It Once
Did-Effects of the Frencl- Revo.
lution and Domination of
The effects or tihe lrench revolution
aid tihe domination of Napoleon were
felt more strongly by (Germiany than
by any oilier nation with the exception
of Prance. writes Albert IBarrett
Snyres. Althotigli the chnnges In Italy
were In thiemselves great. Italy had
been partitionted over alnd over aigain,
hut never before had Germany had
this experieice of falllng under a for
It was luring this period that the
old order of things andi the ol idens
vle il had beei held so lonz eanme ail
toget her to an end. I'le ltomlan em
pint kinl orm411 (if (Ger'ainanIly were
nowv aholished (.venI inl immle. Ger.manly
lost all Ier lands west of the ithinie,
andt(] Aiustrin lost fthe Netherifnds.
-''urtherimore, Nalp 'toln -l l 1ed hilisvif
rtil'iltu(tilor of dhe lails In tGermna1any le
As soun I Napidlon IeLnn to enll
hitn ilt' emuiperor o fl thi' 1.1renh. the
kiu;: of 1ian;irnry aild are'ulluke if Aui
trini 1n-nethe etinror-vlect f the lf
tis iI fI' I' It t itl I i Ii til' I -wN%. I I III
t! knI 1 1 .II "o it :I1r.." '-1 o a e Ille.4
in IiIwf'i Ii-i rli r )m 'i r -f AnI I .'
i.inwd N:!pI h In. I I-Y In :: to) : -
1 1r4 f.I r h i r I II. a t1 h:11 b .
vr S. 1 h.-y en h <I i veIs kIl':
w ti ' ll i lli i ii "ii* f il li li
I' e 1 si:ai1. Ili ''1 ( i't ri\t!t: -I ' r laI
bt'' fi. TIl(- liatrinll' 1ilI'iitr 'ilie
!is Ii reiged h-ir tionl( 11ti at hin ,
wilI'hiws ille fi l fi "1 11 tietl (' !ri's i rie't -
13 liio i n lie i T h-ru -'fille . it I -
ifIii'' a o 03 ilimll- (''ho 1 Cil i il r i ~Ii l e. - )In
of101ie exililel oarh' wsthl.w
his ir tltok p ire i4 n i .ud in hi -h
By)f b ro i se fl-lin Il i ot m ll reieft
or (llo t'al to4 lii l sitin ll of v itflr
infiy e4. sl i'r l hia iand . li 11111 Irelin
}1ersiali f wi-le Iill-omn N.1ol'oon:1
tnely gred the (istin iera hi ' mn
lioll aot lite R4iti 311 w i pirr. The
lesm lii his efi ling t ntil wenlle
ots N apit -ole iteom ani enid . 0t I.
5('itl hi rise~t f an libe res Hidient
(IfIll' clit't if warxt ofasi~ t i i ent
l rsi r to h e hi i ion (if roiyr
T\Iivi s was' )1ot( iiimty fogo enfie for
oif t Frenciihe a tha vt'tmfl mta
lirsiy oe rf el ester . Iroe, 14 N rvi-o
rs lry i l l. ta iil the lIas i in superstt -
htiontli t le tonin (I'11r11Ie. we
ntist f tnel this . t i t the many
oft th enuses ofg w was Ithus pr sep
fit olrsiipjiei l. n aOll retleen
heim toth kingdom of talyil
hih he anl whpal il ti oiten for
Inoy It As rill An his hd of rev
wa e sie (net lin e fele thing.
Other rfuliners ofol ates tohawn
hin 1htartpn. Italy.ofutourse. was the
on ireso as Warhe Sl iginalem
boire nSoti'ihiloswr h
Teo hirdl w figo loi that hen
rer wase~ the kaingm of tluregunhy
There was fnot whilry eforugaten forii
::1'a o i a wites' nptt "tf Frnce
Siterofd thd rs th ocaso (the
has' ent pa toft eery Imndeireutl
had left eae Tus etirlyoorwn eahow
tenneof en',ror ave fven thloe
oneld nesl of the kingdom hit once li
had'( loimpr ied ithe mn t mprepwere
nowfrgve oren. .'tWhc i o
iB ut the sme inameti ofpeor hais
notd diappfitnotd Itfg wasl st. il reaied
by cthjetea ho's'a hiselem
erore ofr Austrir And his ladccessors
havea short d'~lonto the akethig.
Other rlehn2 ors oto stahes plaeo
held blown name. Hti ee a
matwAn I nuie B
A linte ovrs'e a wfndred yers a
recat ognkzod whatn sgalt fotr tho
ifthet ee a naiton of theif treh
negThioiwas no moewl ehuiae sti o
igretnlst w aritesthlat theod neces
(ityl oif thlee prs'n isnion (18i03)tlh
hweve t'insgf'n, sasIleate't 31 postryo
h asocift lu Wntshel ito our owns lmel
ofs adtefee fr e fl av' woowt aoe'
onel relinn ofhe *lineinal our 'an-e
cet. iniom bi~ hemwhile, rane
aroudoing the bestwe canited prtae
pnd Iwt wnthin t northe and
$ SPECIAL NOTICES.
8*8*$ *$*8* *:*$
For Sale-165 acres of land two
miles of Barksdale Station on Ureen
ville road. $35 per acre for quick
sale. .. F. Dolt. 13-It-pd
Money to Lend- am prtlpared to
place loans on improved rfns in
Laurens County on favora e terms
and at reasonable rates and expense.
C. D. larksdale, Laurens, S. C. 13-tf
For Sale-One International 1-ton
truck, $150 less than list price. See
1). E. Todd. 13-it-pd
For Sale--One young horse, two and
a half years old, a bargain at $110.
I). E. Todd. 13-.It-pd
Lost----lIlack mare mutile, Monday
night. Someone cut him loose while
tied behind stores. Reward for his
return or for information as to where
abouts. S. S. Kennington, Laurens,
S. C. 13-1t-pd
For Sale-About 50 bushels sound
wheat. Z. 11. T1insley and W. F. Ir
vinl, Laurens, Rt. 5. 13-lt-pd
Not le---I have consigned six choice
bred sows and gilts to the S. C. Berk
shlire Ilreeders sale to be held at
Orangeburg on the 21st inst. Several
of the choicest westeri sows will be
sol inl this sale anld you would (10
well to inspilvet this lot of -choice ani
maIs before buying foundation stock.
. 1 ). Culbeortsonl. 1:1- I t- pd
'olon 441innin1g --Our '\laddeni ginl
nery is in A-I (onidit ion. We are run
ning full capacity. We are paying
$70 per ton for seed. Come our way.
1:-I t-1- (
For Sale--,7 acrcs located near
Hiikory !,avern School, good 1-room
ho11:4 a i oathl lilines.-)1 : 1 acres in
u~phI.;11 and 6 in erc-k hoilots. Also
Ilice milk (-ow\ for l. . ..1.S ih
(;ray C'ourt, M~. 1. :- .- 1
l.,t N.w\ I-'ord Tir, about 't Steps
l. I. :- i 11 :o) pll, ti t . l -
n i I I ; t: , ; : . t r li I
-M : \\. Iu. Kn i -l. W .irn. 811rils.
: - I-;A
.- i : n. jo 1A I i nn i al s ";a I (;l
i!'s 'ih I :11. - ( . ; we vc ,ll iuat d.
n . ' : r. imlir . S C. r':--0
Io (4 %Isenloe lb-gisalered i'l:ntl
ll . i . \William s. :;M1 -'ileming St..
In ar ! iil!, I .:uiren , i:'-2 1-p
Notice to the Public--If your hot
tois net-- ditvhiing write 713 W.
li11.iptonl S1. Write at once. .lm(e:; F.
Ligon, Lar1n1111ls, S. C. 12-:!t-pid
'edar Shinuudes- -No 2 live X cedar
Shinglcsli $ 1.i . 0. It. Waterloo. S.
C. 1-3. V. Golding. IN 12-:3t-pd
For Salle or ExchaIge---For automo
bil, nivc pair of horses. Also have for
n ka legistered I)u roe-Jersey pigs and
shoals. W. E. Washington, Ware
Shoals, Iout e 1. 12-2t-pd
R1eaudy For Service-Registered Red
I)uroc Bloar, Lair ens Chief No.
141-12:11, at my home on East Main St.
Lewis Anderson. 10--it
Wi:tled--ilring your liens, chickenlS
and roosters to Armstrong's market.
Iliighest market price paid. 10-5t-pd
Horses aind1 Mares -Fine bunch of
lorses and mares for sale at my
stand at 14urens. W. IT. Wharton.
Now Cinning --The Watts Mills gin
nery is niow ill operation and we will
be gid to gin yoNur cotton. Watts
.lills Ginnery. R. Coke Cray, Mgr.
FIN AL SE'T"i'LM1DENT.
'1'Take notice that on the IIth (lay of
November I will render a final ac
count of my acts and doings as Admin
istrator of the estate of A. 13. Alexan
Aer, dleccase d in the oflice of the
Jud(ge of Probate of Laurens county,
at IIl o'clock, a. mn. and on the same
day will appldy for a final discharge
from my trust as Adminnistrator.
Any person ind(ebtad to said estate
is notil11ed and requiredC(\ to make pay
mnlt on t hat date; an'd all persons
having (claims against said estate wvill
lrpsent them on or befbre said (late,
duly purov'en or b~e forever barred.
.1. C. COX,
Citation for Letters of Administration.
State of South Carolina,
County of ILurens.
By 0. G. Trhompson, Prob~ate Jundge:
Whereas (1. D). Abercrombie made
suit to me to grant him Letters of Ad
ministration of the Estate andl effects
of Alexander Abercrombie.
These are, therefore, to cIte and ad
monlsh all and singular the kindred
and credlitors of the saId Alexander
Abercromnbie dleceasedl, that they he
and appear before me, In the Court
of Probate, to 1)e hld at IAulrens
Court House, 'Laurens, S. C., on the
17th (lay of October, 1910 next, after
piublication hereof, at 11 o'clock in
the forenoon, to showv cause, If any
they have, why the saId Administra
tIon should not be granitedi.
GlIven under my handl this 3rd (lay of
October Anno DominI 1919.
0. (1. THOMPSON,
12-21-A ____~J. P.LhC-.
IS YOUR FARM FOR SALE'?
If you have any land for sale, either
improved farms or unimproved acre
age,'we may bo -able to find you a pur
chaser if you will list it with our
We are receiving a large number of
Inquiries about farming opportunities
in this State andI It is the purpose of
the C. & W. C. Ritroad to prepare a
comprehensive lIst of lands for sale
located along Its line, to be dlstribuit
ed among prosihective settlers, and all
pers5Onl 'havLIng such property for sale
are urged to co-operate with the un
dersigned, li order that accurate and
reliable data may be placed in the
hands of prospective homeseekers
making inquiry about farming oppor
tunities in your community.
A blank forrm willl be mailed you, up
on application, askIng for the specific
There is no charge for this servlce.
* W. W. CYROX TON,
Room 6, t9erminal Station B151g.,
THE UNIVERSAL CAR~
Ford service for owners of Ford cars, is
one of the important elements of the great Ford
organization. Ford owners can get real Ford
scrvice only by coming to the authorized Ford
dealers, where there are at all
Honest ""e" 'ord ormen; genuino
FPord Ford materials 'and the sfand
,ercd low Fo'd prices. If youl
Service want to get all there is, and
the best there is, i'n your Ford
car e011 t Ifii it forihe 'genuine Ford
ser.vive. Prolipt att tion ever-y time.
Laurens, S. C.
For Immediate Acceptance
We are offering a new 15 x 6 South Bond
Lathe or $400.00 f.-o. b. Columbia. Present
price this lathe is $438.00 f. o. b. fac
tory, South Bend, Ind. So we can save you
some $40.00 to $50.00. Can inspect same
at our store.
COLUMBIA SUPPLY COMPANY
823 IVEST GER VA IS STREET, COLUAIBIA, S. C.
COLD WAVE SIGNALS
Special value is offered in Blankets,
Comforts, Flannels and Underwear, Ladies'
and Children's Sweaters with a complete
line of Hosiery.
Many of these goods were purchased
in advance of th season and are offered
below present arket value. Make your
selection early nd save money at
W. G. Wilson & Co.
Prices of ewelry were never m-or e
reastrnable than they are today.
In comparison with the prices of other commo
dities, considering the qualities we offer, our
jewelry prices are moderate indeed.
Whatever you wish in high grade, artistic jewelry, in
charming new designs, our assortment will please you per
Our prices will satisfy.
dET 810 328 T 8 RINGSU