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EDGEFIELD, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1915
WAR,*with its hideous loss of life and property, teeming graveyards, orphaned childen, famine, plague and
untold human suffering, coming from the clear sky of peace, is the subject of
wolrd-wide comment and wonder.
The European War at a Glance
A Book of Facts
Tells the compl?te history of all the Powertf^f Europe- ?.
in a nutshell-gives statistics of the wealth, war strength,
military and naval, of the European countries, at a glance,
This publication will post you fully on a subject which
is the gravest menace in all history, and which will proba
bly change the map of the entire world.
Woman's World has more subscribers than any other
^magazine published, overjtwo million a month. Its ar
ticles, its stories, its illustrations, are the best that money
can buy. It is a magazine to be compared with any
home magazine in the country, regardless of price, with
out fear of contradiction of any claims we make for it. Its
stories are bv authors known the world over.
Do You Know
Why the war is being fought?
What started it f ,
Why Austria declared war?
Why Germany joined with Austria?
Why Francejand England aided Russia?
Why Belgium was made the ''goat?"
the Truth About This
The reasons behind the war?
The causes of international hatred ?
The history of the conflicting nations?
The location of navies, troops and fortifications?
The strength of the Powers ?
The size of their armies and navies ?
The different religions?
The percentage of illiteracy ?
Its cost to humanity.
The issues at stake.
America's untold opportunity.
Prophecy of experts on the outcome.
Its effect on the future.
The probable results.
TT7 XT OT 'nen lt's y?m ^ut-v to tli^e ^vantage o? tnis wonderful offer and thorough]}* acquaint yourself with
lr Vi U 1 the full story of the WAH and its influence on American industries crops and future opportunities.
This offer will be good for a short time only, and in order to make sure pf receiving a copy of this new book on the world's war before the supply is exhausted you
must act now. Fill out the coupon to-day, get this book on the war, together with a year's subscription to the Woman's World and The Edgefield Advertiser, all three
at a special price of $1.75. This offer is good for renewals as well as new subscribers. If you are already a subscriber to the Advertiser, and would like to have one ot
these interesting books, all you will have to do to obtain one is to pay up for another year and add 2.5c. to the price of the Advertiser for one year.
Every person in Edgefield County, it matters not whether he is a subscribers or not, knows The Edgefield Advertiser, and there is no need trying to tell what kind of
paper it is. It publishes all the news of the County and State while it is news It carries more reading matter than any other weekly in this section of South Caroiina, and
it is all home print, being printed in an up-to-date country pi in ting office.
Fill Out the Following Blank and Mail With $1.75 To
Enclosed find $1.75 for which send
me The Edgefield Advertiser for one
year and a full year's subscription to
. Woman's World, together with the
j New War Book-European War at
a Glance, to this address:
EDGEFIELD, SOUTH CAROONA