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(Established 1840.) GTabUshcd Every Wednesday Morning ffwhflcrlption ?1 Uer Annum. Advertising Hales lloasonable. Hty Stock, BllOlor, H nulis & Shelor. Communications ot a personal Character charged for as advertise ?neats. Obituary notices ana tributes of jneapeet, of not over 100 words, will fta printed free of charge. All over ?hat number must be paid tor at the rate of one cent a word. Cash to ??company manuscript. WAIdl ALJ/A, g. cT: WEDNESDAY, DEC, ll, 11)18. IX) SOMMERS' INSURANCE. Jufton Aro Urged (o Hold liieir Instil'* aiu-e-<*heui>est IO ver Written. United States insurance officers lao hoen very busy for tho past few ?rooks explaining to the officers and .nnlinted mon of tho camps, aa they aro discharged, their rights and prlv-l tinges under the war risk insurance act. Every Officer and enlisted mau sep arated from service in the United jit-*tvs anny is given a copy of a mom ?ri anilina of information relative to com jina sat ion and con I i mian ce of the war risk insurance. This memoran dum instructs thom to moko pay moats of the monthly premiums di trocUy tn tho disbursing clerk, bu lman of war risk Insurance, Treas ury Department, Washington, D. C. ?Check or money order should be ?sude payable to tho Treasurer of the United Slates. The amount of pre mium charge, according lo ago, for tl??) next live years, is also niven in ii? i H memorandum, The /ted Cross home service will Minder tdd to honorably discharged ?soldiers, when they reach their ihouteK, on keeping up their Insur ance. Secretary McAdoo states that ""merv person in tho military or mi wal service owes it lo himself and to 'fcni family to hold on lo Uncle Sam's Bann rance, it is tho strongest, safest ?nd ch en post lifo insurance ever written. Tho advantage of keeping thin insurance in force cannot bo em phasized too strongly. Tho right to c-onthme lt. ls a valuable righi KINCH hj our government to the fighting (tart of tlie men as compensation for tl Ju: Jr services. if this righi is lost ?ry allowing tho Insurance to lapse it can never bo regained. When the internment insurance is allowed lo fcmpse tho holder cannot again obtain Assurance except from private eom gtanies at considerably increased .rent" All soldiers and relatives deslr t?E to make inquirios may apply to ?a? undersigned for free information sojoyd asslstnnco. W. C. Hughs, Chairman Chilian Uoliof Committee. ???rove's Tasteless chill Tonic mmWm tfltalky and energy by purifying and en o***ftf the blood. You can soon feel ItsStrenrjth fartl?Of ?liu j KfrVct. Price COc. ?. CJARCUJIXA CAMI'S RETAINED. ftovicr, Wadsworth tutti Jackson as Demobilization Centres, Washington, Dec. 4. - Tho nn aoancemont made hore to-day by tho -War Department that Camps Jack pen, Sevier and Wadsworth had been designated as demobilization contros .?anana that not only will they ho kept v.oinj; for some timo to como, but that troops will bo debarked at port nearest them, which is Charleston, Although tho fumigation which tho returning soldiers must have is not on hand at Charleston, it is now con templated to havo tho mon stop at Home other port first, then proceed Co Charleston, thence to the camps to which they may bo designated. WBMfONS MAKE SKIN WHITE, SOFT, CU',A H. Xl afc ? This Hon ut y Dot lon for a Kow Cents and See for Yourself, What girl or woman hasn't heard of lomon juiie lo remove complexion blemishes; to whiten tho skin and to bring out the rosos, the freshness and the hidden beauty? Hut lemon juice alone is acid, therefore irritat ing, and should be mixed with orch ard white this way: Strain through a fine cloth the juice of two frosh lemons into a hollie containing about tthree ounces of orchard whito, then fthaJtc '.veil and you have a whole quarter pint of skin and complexion Kotion at about tho cost ono usually jpayn for a small jar of ordinary cold cream. He sure to strain tho lemon Juice so no pulp ?ots Into tho bottlo, .thon this lotion will remain pure and fresh 'for months. When applied ?lally to tho face, nock, arius and Stands it should help to bleach.' cloar, (smoothen and beautify the skin. Any druggist will (supply three nonces of orchard white at vory Utile fftoet, and the grocer has tho lomons. r~ adv. IXM'AIJ IM).\lll> STILL AT WORK (7lH.sNiflcat.lon of Mon Continue? to IH> .Made and ltocorded. Tho classification of icu regis tered for service In Undo Sam's anny continues, though hostilities on tho Western front have ceased, and de spite the fact that tho war In all parts of Bu ropo is practically ended. Records must ho completed, how ever, and lt is still ol' Interest to the public to know what classification is given to each of the registrants as the various examinations and records aro completed by the local hoard. Below is given the records of tho past few days as handed to the news papers by tho Oconoo Local Hoard: Classified November Jtoth. ClllHH I-At Leo Newton Koown, Mt. Host. Charles C. Oliver, Westminster 4. Wm. EL Heller, Westminster 1. Kniest Freeman, Westminster 4. Columbus Robinson, Seneca. C S. (lassa way, Senoca. Waltor Strickland, Senoca. P. T. Power, Walhalla 1. W. J, Hums, Westminster 3. W. J. Adams, Westminster 4. John W. White, Westminster 3. .Joe L. Byrd, Seneca. I). H. Woolbrlght, Sonoca. Emery Alexander, Tamassee. 1,. A. Hunnicutt, Salem 2. Jos. L. Moore, Seneca 3. Henry J. lOlrod, Seneca I, .lohn H. Singleton, Seneca 2. Wm. E. Cheek. Westminster. Ransom D. Hamey, Mt. Rest I. Ollie Stone, Newry. Win. (!. Brock, Seneca 15. Joel Smith, Wcslminster. Colon Y. Angle, Cami) dishs. Va. Thomas Hitor, Walhalla. Karly Mack Byar, Seneca 4. Kdward C. Cowan. Walhalla 2. Wm. P. Marino, Seneca. Willie H nice, Seneca ll. Willie P. Riley, Seneca 3. Preston J. Arnold, Seneca 2. W. Klie Sloan, Salem 2. Collins Fisher. Walhalla ?1. Payson Jones, Seneca 4. Jas. L. Su m merell, Westminster. Lester Turner. Seneca L Kernoylor Webb, Seneca 2. Wm. c. Norris, Westminster 3. Charlie Dendy, Seneca I. Lon Kelley, Walhalla. Hoyt Standridge, Westminster I. Caldo/.a Wakefield, Walhalla :i. William C. King, Mt. Rest. Claude Cape, Westminster 4. Ilanie Childers, Salem 2. .las. Walker Nally. Walhalla I. H. Homer Powell, Senoca 5. Josse Williams, Westminster 5. Wm. O. Carroll, Westminster 3. John Newton Qambroll, Seneca 4. Oedrge Wm. Orr, Walhalla 3,. H. L. Posoy, Walhalla 2. Lesley A. Bryant, Wost Union 1. Ceo. W. Herring, Seneca 3. Krod Klliott, Walhalla 2. Maxell Williams, Richland. I ?a ia li O. Prossloy, Seneca 4. Dewey B. Klrod, Seneca 2. C. P. Hood, Wost Union 1. G. W. Richardson, Jr., Walhalla. : Jesse Duncan, Mt. Rest 1. I Clifton Adams, Westminster. Wm. M. Buchanan, Senoca 3. IL B. Clinkscales, Walhalla 1. Chas. Luther Head, Madison 1. Oscar Heaton, Salem. L. Long Elrod, Seneca 2. Honry Robinson, Jr., Senoca. S. L. Hudgens, Westminster 3. Elbert Collins, Walhalla. Fred White, Senoca. Luther Moss, Soneca 3. Pink Young, West Union I. J. S. Frady, Seneca. Luthor Berry, Westminster 2. James Menci?n, Seneca 2. Joo IL Gibson, Soneca. Clarence Bell, Salem. Jim McGee, Seneca 4. IL D. Kirby, Newry. G. L. Kiblor, Senoca 2. H. C. Craig, Seneca. I). E. Black. Westminster 3. Ira Campbell, Westminster 2. V. D. Wright, Sonoca 1. J. T. Queen, Sonoca 5. J. L. Winchester, Russells. R. W. Kay, Seneca. N. K. Chook, Walhalla, 3. J. T. Long, Soneca 4. Joo Price, Westminster 5. W. O. Herron, Tnmnssee. Clem Phillips, Mt. Rest 1. J, L. Leroy. Calhoun, S. C., Rt. Milvin Smith, Westminster 5. Lester Thrift. Mt. Rest 1. Robert Tow, Salem 1. H. H. McCall. Walhalla. S. H. Baldwin, Calhoun, S. C. R. John Watson. Walhalla 3. Benorywral Evans, Seneca 2. N. G. Snider, Mt. Rest 1. W. E. Lay, Tamassoo. Roy Gillespie, Newry. Ciando Childers. Westminster. James Harris. Seneca. Luther Collins, Walhalla. M. J. Swnney, Pendleton. S. C., F. D. i. Jesse Williams, Soneca 3. IL C. Hunnicutt, Senoca. Johnson Gilbort, Seneca 3. J. W. Whltmlro, Salem 1 R. N. rcilis, Wostminstor 2. Lu nae Liimnn, Walhalla 1. W. S. Bollc.k, Salom 2. Brack Whlto, Walhalla. Eugene Hix, Seneca. J. V. Brewer, Seneca 2. W. H. Kinsey, Westminster 3. Herbert Kcols, Westminster 5. C. L. Snelgrove, Townvillu 1. .j. M. Curetou, Walhalla 3. C. E. Held, Wostpiinstor. S. M. Tippett, Seneca 1. Lu ie Rodgers, Salem 2. B. E. Brown, Westminster. J. (?-. Duboso, Walhalla 1. I). K. Thompson, Seneca 5. C. E. ('.rant. Snlon; 2 O. E. Holland, Towt. Me 1. it. p. Alexander, Sonoca 5, J. H. Franks, Seneca 5. Devon Knight, Seneca. Ben E. Mooro, Townville 3. W. J. Olouze, Walhalla 2. C. II. Chapman, Salem. T. J. Hunnlcutt, Seneca 2. D. O. Dunlap, Westminster 4. O. V. Chapman, Salom 2. J. W. Whitnor, Wost Union 1. Class 2-H. Elzle E. Morgan, Seneca 1. Robot t Wilson, Salem. Crol-Cash, Westminster 2. A. W. Rodgers. Salom 2. I). W. Nation, Fair Play 1 Class 8-B. T. J. Sanders, Seneca ??. Samuel H. Morton, Walhalla 2. Thomas S. Sanders, Sonoca 5. Bobert E. Kelley, Salem 1. B. Davis, Townvlllo I. Russell Campbell, Westminster 2. II. L. Latham, Westminster 5. W. D. Bibb, Westminster ?.. A. D. Summerell, Seneca 1. Frank Brown, Seneca 3. Class 4-A. Joe Ends, Seneca 1. Class r>-i>. R. L Rogers, Walhalla. (Rio. A. Harrison, Walhalla. J ll. E. Schroder, Clemson Collogo Chas. S. Henrique/., Clemson Col. Clnssijiod December '2d. Class LA. ?dger IO. Owens, Westminster 2. Pratt Henry Silber, Richland. C. J. Cantrell. Salem 2. Peters Rackley, Salom 2. Yando Morgan. Walhalla 3. Fletcher Williams, Seneca. Wm. T. Smith, Madison 1. Albert Dewey Vaughn, Sonoca. J. C. Staggens, Madison 1. Lawrence S. Johnson. Walhall- J. Robt. Leon Dearden, Westminster Rt. Xo Lee Spoon, Walhalla 1. Geo W. Clemons, Seneca 2. Wm. E. Elrod, Hartwell, Ga., R. F. 1). No. 2. Jesse E. Anderson, Westminster 4. Fred Puckett, Walhalla. Geo. W. King, Seneca 4. Wade H. Ridley, Walhalla 2. Leo Brown, Seneca. Truman Davis, Westminster. Wm. Sam Mut phroe, Salem 2. Spencer Smith, Westminster. John Barton, Seneca 1. H. H. Duncan, Salem. Tom F. Cobb, Madison 1. Sam W. Tucker, Soneca. Roy J. Y. Duke, Madison. John O. Alexander, Salem 1. Walter E. Rankin, Tamassec. Thomas Cromer, Seneca 1. Wm. K. Alexander, Walhalla I. Geo. D. Shipman, Walhalla 3. L. J. Holbrooks, Westminster 1. V. H. Hardin, Westminster. Byar Crow, Salem 2. Paul E. linnea, Westminster. John D. Murphy, Salem 1. N. V. Nesmith, Walhalla 3 Roy V. Ware, Westminster 5, C. T. Chambers, Westminster, Star Route. Ellas R. Hanvey, Westminster ?.. Wm. Marlon Moore, Seneca 2. Lostor Young, Westminster 4. Jim Moss, Westminster. Wm. I. Bryant, West Union 1. ,pL. P. Ingram, Pendleton. S. C., R. F. D, No, 4. J. W. J. Hunt, Walhalla 2. Phidell Shed, Mt. Rest l. Wm. L. Woods, Fair Play. A. A. Holbrooks, Madison 1. Ernest Thompson, Westminster. Geo. W. Finkenstede Walhalla. D. J. Dodgins, Salem 1. L. C. Craig, Westminster f>. J. L. Whitfield, Seneca 3. Wm. Jesse Cox, Westminster 2. Jas. Hoyt Alexander, Seneca 1. G. H. Hawthorne, Seneca 3. Elbert Collins. West Union. Cascarets Work While You Sleep No headache, biliousness, up set stomach or constipa tion tomorrow Spend ten cents-feel grand! To night toko Cascarets to Hvon your liver and clean your bowels. Stop tho headaches, bilious spells, sour ness, gases, coated tongue, bad broath, sallowness and constipation. Take Cascarets and enjoy tho nlcost, gentlest "Insido cleansing" you evor experienced. Wako up feeling fine. Cascar - ts ts best cathratlc for chil dren. Tasto Uko candy. Xo disap pointment! Thirty minion boxes of this harmless, famous cathartic j aro sold each year now.-adv. Why Not Have a Home of Your Own? In deciding, upon the home that's going to be yours. Qet down to business; delay only means more money frittered away. To Save, to Enjoy Real Comfort and Hap piness, Buy a Home. I HAVE THE FOLLOWING TO OFFER: 135 Acres, Improved; 2 Buildings. 16 Acres, Improved; \ Building. 43 Acres, Improved; J Building. 20 Acres, Improved; 1 Building. 290 Acres, Improved; 2 Buildings. 127 Acres, Improved; 2 Buildings. 190 Acres, Improved; 2 Buildings, 51 i Acres, Improved; 2 Buildings. 5 \ Acres, Unimproved; no buildings, 25 Acres, Unimproved; no buildings. ALL KINDS OF TOWN PROPERTY. Look over and take your choice. All to sell in ten days. Prices right; terms easy. Gome at once. Every place near good Schools and Churches. FRANK E. ALEXANDER, THE REAL ESTATE MAN. (FOR PARTICULARS SEE R. h. ALEXANDER AT COURT HOUSE.) Oscar Williams, Townville 1. Hood Chapman, Walhalla 2. Melger Lee, Madison. Jackie Stone. Madison. Edward Reid, Walhalla. Sylvester M. Chapman, Salem. Geo. Holland, Townvilie 1. Macie Williams, Seneca 2. Stiles M. Rogers, Walhalla 2. John Ellonburg, West Union 1. L. II. Land, Mt. Rest. Jas. Marvin Pierce, Walhalla. Robt. F. Cobb, Westminster 5. John Fowler, Walhalla 3. Wm. Leo Jones, Seneca. Cecil Lanior, Pendleton, S. C., Henry M. Lee, Walhalla 3. Cia.?*? I-H. Louis Young Robinson, Walhalla 1 Garnett Patterson, Seneca. Claas i?-H. Geo. C. Mason, Westminster 3. Glenn.E. Foster, Seneca 5. Jas. A. Collins. Tamasseo 1. Class 8-11. John H. Moss, Westminster 4. Ervin Mack, Soneca 3, Geo. Franklin Duncan, Walhalla 3. Geo. D. Green, Salem. Class 4-A. Virgie J. Nicholson, Tamasseo. O. T. Cox, Salem 1. Clyde M. Pittman, Westminster 1. Claas ?-D. John E. Gaines, Westminster. Classified December 'A. Class 1-A. Thos. Wayne Wyle.y, Soneca I. Geo. M. Curran, Westminster 5. Thos. L. Shlrloy, Nov ry. McKillg Daniels, Westminster. Geo. L. Jaynes, Oakway. Robt. L. Gibson, Westminster 2. A. D. Taylor. Westminster, Star Route. Stiles J. McDonald, Westminster 2. James Winchester, Soneca 5. Claude Standridge, Fair Play 1. Homer Ferguson, Seneca 5, Robt. L. While, Walhalla 3. Clom R. Sutiles, Westminster t. Robert A. Wilson, Westminster. M. C. Evans, Soneca 5. Clarence E. Medlin, West Union 1. Douglas Ed. Grant, Walhalla 1. Carlton Smith, Fair Play I. James Rice, West Union I. O. D. Le Roy. Newry. Henry N. Duncan, Wostmlnstor 2. Harrison Ablos, Madison 1. William A. Taylor, Newry. Archie Choleo, Seneca 2. Josso Gadsdon, Walhalla. Frank Croon, Walhalla. Class LB. W. S. Lylos. Madison 1. Class 2-11. Georgo Bryant, Walhalla. John L. Phillips. Walhalla 2. Moody E. Brown, Westminster 2 Jesse E. Elliott. Westminster 3. H. McCoy DaviB, Westminster 5. Classified I>eceml>cr 4. Clasd 1-A. Lex Phillipe, Salem 2. Sam Robinson, Clemson College. James (Babe) Martin, Walhalla. Vando Cobb Morgan, West Union 1 Gus Elijah ChlldresB, Salem. Daniels Mazyck, Seneca. Robert Sloan, Newry. Sylvester Ogleaby, Seneca. Jas. Fletcher Carter, Battle Creek. Dewey Talmago Littleton, Salem 2. Robert Andrew Reeves, Jr., Sen eca 3. Ozzie Knight, Seneca 1. Daniol Boone Fitzgerald, Walhalla El. F. D. No. I. Wm. Ramsay Jones, Westminster. Frank D. Lee. Long Creek. Jacob Mitchell, Walhalla. Walter Smith, Calhoun, S. C., R. P, D. No. 1. Bud Hardin, West Union 1. Cates Lattimer 'Phillips, Long 3roek. DeWitt Lyles, Westminster 2. Maceo B. Williams, Seneca. Oscar Dean Holcombe, West Union 1 El. F. D. No. 1. Clifton Phillips, Mt. Rest 1. Carl Harrison, Townvllle. Simon Androw Snyder, Mt. Rest. Class 1*11. Thomas Oscar Stovall, Seneca. Henry Long, Seneca. O'Dell Dawkins, Westminster. Claude Williams, Richland. Claws 3-B. Thoa. Ration Butts. Westminster 5 Richard L. Newton. Walhalla 3. Argus Iber Haulbrooks. Seneca 1. , (Tass ?-?, Chas. Willis Swoflord. Mt. liest 1. Claude Mack Huff. West Colon I. Prue Earle, Westminster 3. Enoch Brown, Seneca T;. Class l-A. Jool Perry, Madison. John Robert Lay. Newry. John Sam Sullivan. Walhalla 1. Class 5-D. Marion Newman Walker, Clemson College. Class Ti Ai. Benjaman Tillman Graham, Newry D. A. Smith, Cheif Clerk. Kx-llulors Can't Escape, London, Doc. 5, David Lloyd Goorge, tho British primo ?minister, to-night, In tho election campaign, gave a restatement of his policy. In lt ho declaros that the mon responsl ble for the war cannot escape be cause their heads were crowned, but that they must bo tried ^y an inter national court". Mr. LldJ/d George also declared himself in favor of thc expulsion and exclusion of all enemy aliens. JUST A PKW ' WORDS, PI/EASE! THE GOVERNMENT RULING AS TO PAID-IN*ADVANCE SUBSCRIPTIONS WILL GO INTO EFFECT JAN. 1, lOlO. WE HAVE QUITE A NUMBER OF SUBSCRIBERS WH#SE SUBSCRIPTIONS WILL EX PIRE BETWEEN NOW AND THE FIRST OF THE COMING YEAR, AND NOT A FEW WHO HAVE ALLOWED THEIR SUBSCRIPTIONS TO GET CONSIDERABLY IN AU REA RS. WE ARK BAMA' BEHIND WITH OUR BOOMS, OWING TO SHORTNESS OF OUR FORCE, AND THE ONE METHOD AT OUR COMMAND IS TO DISCONTINUE ALL 8UB80RITTION8 AS THEY EXPIRE. THIS METHOD WI I JJ BE PUT INTO FORCE DKCKMRER 1 NEXT IN OR DER THAT AVE MAY BB IN POSITION AT THE FIRST OF THE NEW YEAR TO COMPLY WITH THE GOVERNMENT RULING. WON VT YOU |M> US THE FAVOR TO I/OOK AT THE LABEL ON YOUR PA PER THIS WEEK, THEN MAKE PAYMENT IN SUFFI CIENT AMOUNT TO CARRY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION WELL PAST JANUARY 1, 1010? RY IK>ING THIS YOU WILL SAVE US A I/OT OF UNNECESSARY WORK ON OUR BOOKS, AND AT THE vSAME TIME AVOID THE UNPLEASANTNESS OF HAVING YOUR PAPER STOP COMING TO YOU AT THE FIRST OF THE NEW YEAR. BESIDES, WE NEED THE MONEY, AND WE WILL RE LIT E R A Ii IJ Y SWAMPED WITH WORK IF ALL THIS ACCUMULATION IS PILED ON US AT THE FIRST Ol' THE YEAR. IJOOK AT TUM LABEL ON YOUR PAPER TO DAY, THEN PUT YOURSELF RIGHT WITH THE NEW POSTAL REGULATION. , DO IT NOW!