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SERVICE AS Bl
AS IE COMMUNITY
'War Camp Community Service Pro.
vides Numberless Intimate Com
forts For Soldiers
Club room."? for soldiers, entertain
ments for the boys in khaki, outings
for convalescent men back from
France, small, but appreciated ser
. vices to soldiers and their relatives
and friends-these are some of tho
manifold activities of the War Camp
The War Camp Community Ser
vice comes close to the intimate life
of the soldier and provides for his
mental as well as physical comfort
by furnishing the facilities which
make it possible for him to relax
from the strayi of militan* training
and the preparation for overseas
Its symbol is the red circle and its
activities are as unending as the cir
cumference of its insignia. Thou
sands of soldier boys take advantage
of its facilities and other thousands
of relatives and friends of the boys
in Uncle Sam's uniform are daily
benefited through its various ave
nues of effort.
OF JEWISH TROOPS
Work Of Jewish Welfare Board Pro
ducing Splendid Results In
Campe and Trenches
No more effective work toward
maintaining the highest morale among
the American troops has been done
by any war organization than by the
Jewish Welfare Board, which is en
gaged in its task of keeping up the
lines of communication between the
Jewish men in the trenches and
training camps and the folks h?.ck
Believing that in the stn: -v'e of
morale against "kultur" the .?' rican
army has every advantage th t will
Insure success, the Jewish organiza
tion is making its chief issue the
stiffening of mental and moral fibre
among the soldiers of the Hebrew
faith. The call for workers is urgent
and rabbis, professional men. journal
ists, social workers and others are j
ent?rine: the service of thc Jewish
Welfare Board to make up the 400
workers needed to fill the ranks.
ANXIOUS FOR DOOKS
American Library Association Pro
viding Reading Matter for Boys
On Battle Fronts
j Despite the fact that the ocean
.transportation faciliiim? are br.jng tax
ed to the utmost, the task of provid
ing reading matter for the boys In
I the trenches is bein:: handled with
an efficiency and dispatch that is sur
; prising even to those who are closely
In touch with the situation.
The American Library Association,
which has shouldered tbe responsibil
ity of collecting books, magazines
.and newspapers by the millions in
every city and town throughout the
country, is distributing this huge |
quantity of rendit1.? matter to the
men in France through the Y. M. C. j
A.. the Red Cross, the Knights of j
Columbus and the Salvation Army.
SiX Y. W. C. A. WOMEN
ESCAPE FROM RUSSIA
Atlanta, Ga.-The six secretaries
sent to ilussia a year ago hy the
Young Women's Christian Associa
tion to organize the work of the as
sociation in Petrograd and other
large cities, have escaped from Ru:;-;
. sia, is the news Just received.
The whereabouts of these six wo
men had been unknown for month.-;.
Whether they were alive or derH.
had been a mere mattter of euess j
VAM OLniiisL \ i&t?t?iM
FOB MFH M Mlh?
Kn-?hts of Columbus Establish Ha
vens for Soldiers lo England
London.-Th? Knights of Columbus
. in Great Britain are making remark
able progress iii their efforts to pro
vide facilities that will enable men
in the United States forces overseas
to enjoy such social entertainment
as will help to brighten the rotttire
'of military and naval life. Up to tbe
pre.??nt writing, they have establish
ed clubs at the following pests: 26^
E!d gw are Rond. London; .Market
?Drayton, Littlehampton, and Inver
ness. Temporary structures have
P>e?m erected in many of tho lar^-r
.tamps, which are to be replaced
?portly by substantial huts.
To date 2.0O'i secretaries have b^r*
calleo for. and the response ls bring
lng splendid men vof high principles
j*r I ready sympathies. Each man is
ov?r thirty five yeavs of age and has
pipped himself unconditionally at. the
service P?? the organization, to what
ever uost of clangor or hardship he
may ho called.
Christmas Packages For Our
Boys in France.
Plana are being perfected by the
War Department, the postai author
ities and the American Red Cross
whereby the men in the American
Expeditionary Forces will be pro
vided with Christmas packages,
though the limit will be one parcel
to each man. Coupons are being
distributed bv the Army authorities
to the men overseas to be forward
ed to their relatives and friends,
and no parcel will be received by
the post ofHee without this label
which authorizes its shipment.
The contents of the packages will
be supplied by the families, but the
Red Cross will furnish standard
cartons, as all packages must be
of the same size and weight, and
will inspect, wrap and deliver in
spected parcels to the postal author
The order for these cartons has
W| never fails. 1
heat of this rei
never failing friend \
even heat day and ni
It pays to investigate.
BURKS CHEAPEST CCU CLEAN fi
' Cut Shows ?,
Med-I No. 13E Vt
United States Railroad
McAdoo, Director G
Reduced Fares 1
Edgefield to Augi
[rom other poi
14, ?."> and m
with final limit
vember IS. 101$
night ol' whicl
journey rnusl 1
J. A. TOWNSEND,
Edgefield, S. C.
already been placed, and they will
be delivered the latter part of Oc
tober in time to be distributed to
Chapters. No cartons will be giv
en out until the labels 'arrive from
abroad, and complete details will
be sent to all Ked Cross Chapters
is soon as the t? nal arrangements
iro completed by the War Depart
ment and the post office.
Teachers. You can secure an ex
:ellent position through us. Thous
mds of places direct from schools
>aying $50 to $200 a month. All per
:ons qualified or with necessary edu
ction can render a great service by
.eaching. Write today.
SOUTHERN TEACHER'S AGENCY.
Columbia, S. C.
FOR SALE-Four nice Essex
Duroc Pigs 6 weeks old at five dollars
;ach. O, B. ANDERSON,
Edgefield, S. C.
5- for the little one
"he constant, steady
markab?e heater is a
vhen economy and
ghi are a necessity.
LND BRIGHT, USES ANY FUEL
fc Cut Your Fuel Bili in Half
iter? You Can Easily Do lt
With This Great Fuel
Saving Heater. Act
seT'iis Ksaier At Qizr Siore
Administration, W. G.
eneral of Railroads
to Augusta, Ga.
10. Il, 12, 13,
orning of IO.
ret liming No
?!. prior to mid
li date return
FitKii H. MCMILLIX,
Div. Pass. Agt.,
W e placed large orders e
invite our friends, the Indies e
We are showing some g<
bat-racks, sofas, dining tables
We have a large stock ot
market. A large stock of cot
We extend a special in vi
ment of rugs and art squares.
We have bought a large
discard your old one and pure
We were never better su
ness, bridles and saddles. Li]
Our undertaker's depart?
and prices. A share of your
On our first floor w
groceries and plai
quantities and can
Large shipment of Texas
fill your orders.
We get back our mete as we measure,
We cannot do wrong and feel right;
Nor can we give pain and gain pleas
For justice avenges each slight
There ls possibly no more cooling, '
refreshing drink to a thirsty threat
than one made of !
lemon juice. As ;
lemons are so com- !
mon they may be*
procured anywhere j
the year round. A
nice lemonade al- ?
ways ready is the !
fol lowing: Add to
a cupful of straiued
mney two eui if rds of water and a
hird of a cupful of lemon juico, boil
ogether VJ. minutes, cool and place
n a bottle or jar and keep In thc ice
:hest. A few tablespoonfuls of the
?irup in a pitcher of water makes a
nost delicious drink, which may bp
Tarnished with a bit of fresh lemon
?r a sprig ?if mint
For those who like ginger the old-.
fashioned ginger water is most satis-j J
\ving. ,\iid honey to sweeten, mix!'
voil ?i tablespoonful of ginger
ind a pint Of chilled water. This has
icen a harvest drink for the field
vorkers for years. In the old days the j!
sweetening was molasses and It gave'"
he drink a piquant flavor.
Canton Punch.-For ginger lovers
his is a great favorite: ?'hop half ai
lound of Canton ginger, add a cupful j j
?>f boney and four cupfuls of cold wa- ij
or. Cover and let stand 30 minutes.!!
Sring gradually to tho boiling point
ind lot ic.il in minutes. Add one-half
:upful of orange juice, the same of ?j
enioo juico; cool, strain and add.;
lushed ?ce. j!
Raspberry Shrub.-'l ids delicious j
Tiiit slrnp should ho prepared during ;
lie fruit season. Take three j ims of j'
raspberries, put imo an earthen jar
iVith two cupfuls of cider vinegar;
:over and let stand 24 hours, then
strain through a double thickness of
cheesecloth. Pour this strained liquor
)ver three pints of fresh berries and
et stand again 24 hours; strain again,
tdd to each cupful of juice a cupful of
sugar, heat slowly and boil '20 minutes.
Bottle and seal.
Chocolate Milk Shrk?.-Melt four
squares of unsweetened chocolate, add
wo cupfuls of honey, a pinch of salt
md 1% cupfuls of boiling water, boll
Ive minutes. Cool and koop in a jar.
V few tablespoonfuls of tho sirup, one
?gg beaton and a cupful of milk; add j
ce and shake.
Utterer-:,:. 3 ?lfisSca Se?*V?
The lc::': Ss?vc }? The Worf?.
arly for the several departments on our second floor and
specially, to inspect these attractive goods.
jod values in bed-room suits. Also see our sideboards,
and china closets. A beautiful assortment of rockers to
' iron and enameled beds and the best bed springs on the
:ton and felt mattresses.
tation to the ladies to come and see our beautiful assort
Many attractive designs at very reasonable prices.
stock of stoves, ranges and heaters. Now is the time to
hase a new one.
pplied than now to fill the needs of our customers in har
u-ge assortment to select from.
nent is well supplied with coffins and caskets of all sizes
patronage is solicited. Our hearse responds to all calls*
rill be found a large stock of heavy
itation supplies. We buy in large
make very satisfactory prices.
oats for seed-no better quality on the market. Let us
Augusta Packing Co.
On New Savannah Road, on Belt Line
Phone 518-P. O. Box 818
We buy Cattle. Hogs, Sheep, Calves. In
market at all seasons ol'thc year.
Car load lots or less. We charge no commiss
SHIP US YOUR CALVES
15. RUSSELL, JR.
WSSELL S: ALLEN
857, 859 and 861 Reynolds Street
Bonded Warehouse. Liberal advances on cotton in
storage. Correspondence invit?d?and consignments
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