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YOUR FALL AND WINTER
Cleaning and Dyeing
SHOULD BE DONE NOW.
We are better equipped to render
you prompt and efficient
service than ever
Footer's Dye Works
Always Safest and Best
The march of the seasons demands a different outfit.
The flimsy textures of Summer must soon give place to
something heavier. The arrival of Fall Goods is an
nounced through the press and as the season approaches
it is always a matter of concern what shall be worn.
Dame Fashion has decreed for the make up for Coat Suits.
Whipcords, Diagonals and serges are the proper weaves.
Here is shown complete lines of these goods both of for
eign and domestic manufacture in Black and Colors.
Special value in Messaline Silks. Just opened a
line of Novelty Waisting, the choicest designs and color
ings we have ever shown at the price, 25cts a yard?see
Throughout the several departments in Hosiery,
Table Linen, Underwear, Domestics and Notions. Special
care has been exercised in the selection and if style,
quality and price are considered by intending buyers we
venture the assertion that these goods will bear favorable
comparison with any values to be found in the market.
IW. Q. WILSON & CO. I
Who orders Grocery bill from us
will find keeping house easier
and less troublesome.
Pr mpt attention, Good ser
vice, purity and freshness of
goods make buying at our store
THOMAS DOWNEY, Manager
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WAR IS DECLARED
BY THE GREEKS
Tnrks Hold out All Kin.Is of Promises
to Keep Greeks from Joining Dai
Athens. Oct. 18?The foreign min
ister at the sitting of the chamber
of deputies this afternoon announced
that Greece had declared war against
Turkey. He added that up to the last
moment Turkey had made all kinds of
efforts and held out all sorts of prom
ises to have Greece break away from
the Balkan confederation.
Premier Venlzelos read to the dep
uties a message from King George
In which his majesty stated that the
sufferings of their oppressed breth
ren had forced the Balkan states to
recourse to arms. The premier also
read a telegram from Crown Prince
Constantine reporting that the Creek
army had entered Turkish territory.
When the premier had concluded
the minister of war announced the
departure of the Greek fleet. He said
It was the one great wish of the Greek
sailors to see the Turkish fleet leave
Amid cheers the president of the
chamber asked the permission of the
deputies to send greetings to the leg
islative chambers of the allies, now
that "cannon are roaring In the
name of civilization and Christianity
is at, war against barbarism."
Servian Anus Successful.
Belgrade, Servia, Oct. 18.?There
was great rejoicing here today over
an unconfirmed report that Servians
had captured Prlstlna, a town of 1?,
000 Inhabitants in the vtlapel Of
Kossoxo. Turkey, but the only au
thentic information concerning the
movements of the army received was
that the Servians had entered old
Servia and were advancing in the
direction of Uskup. It Is doubtful
therefore that they have yet reached
Bulgarians Occupy Konrtkala.
Sofia, Oct. 18.?The Bulgarian army
today occupied Konrtkala, an Impor
tant strategetie point near Mustafa
Pacha which Is in European Turkey
20 miles northwest of Adrlanople.
Heavy Fighting Hcportod.
Constantinople, Oct. 18.?Heavy
lighting is reported to have been In
progress throughout the day in the
region about Kirk-Kilesseb, north
eastward of Adrlanople. Large forces
were engaged Ol) both sides.
The departure from Constantinople
today of the Balkan ministers was
not attended by any hostile demon
stration. With the exception of a few
windows being broken, no other dis
agreeable incident is reported. Thou
sands Of Creeks and other prospective'
combatants of the Turks were per-'
milted to depart to join their forces,
but their leaving brought forth no
Doubt prevailed up to the last mo
ment whether Greece finally would
throw in her lot with her Balkan,
allies. It is an unquestionable fact
that the Turkish government made
serious efforts to have Greece with
draw her allegiance to the confed
eration. It seems probable, however,
that Turkey was prompted chiefly
j by a desire to gain time In view of
the superiority of the *Greek fleet In
the Aegean sea. Turkey also at the
last moment offered to send a new
minister to Athens?one more accep
table than Mukhtar Bey?but this
effort likewise proved futile.
HOW'S THIS I
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that
caunot he cured by Hall's Catarrh
P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. 0.
We, the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
believe hhn perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
able i > carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
National Bank of Commerce.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern
ally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the Rvstom.
?stimonials sent free. Price 75c per
bottle. Sold by all druggists.
"HEAP BIG CHIEF."
Officer W. C. Eichelberger Heads Ma
rlon Police Department
Mr. W. C. Eichelberger, who has
been on the police force in Florence
for tho past year left yesterday for
Marlon, wheie he has accepted the
position as Chief of Police of the town
Mr. Eichelberger was ono of the
best officers on the police force, and
was popular with the people of Flor
ence. Especially was he popular
with the children, with whom he
was on friendly terms and a favorite.
?'Florence Daily Times.
A J."- on The Track
of the fast express means serious trou
ble ahead If not removed, so does loss
of appetite. It means lack of vitality,
loss of strength and nerve weakness.
If appetite falls, take Electric Bitters
quickly to overcome the cause by ton
ing up the stomach and curing tho
Indigestion. Michael Hessheltner of
Lincoln. Neb., had been sick over
three years, but slv bottles of Klectric
Bitters put him right on hs feet agan.
They have helped thousands. They
give puro blood, strong nerves, good
digestion. Only 10 cents at l.aurens
Drug Co. and Palmetto Drug Co.
Hl >D VY SCHOOL QUESTIONS. ?
(Copyright, 1910, by Rev. T. S. Lln
?cott, D. D.)
Wanderings in Decapolis. Mark
Golden Text?He hath done al things
well; he madeth both the deaf to hear
and the dumb to speak. Mark Vli:3q.
(It Verse 31---Describe the route Je
sus took from the coast of Tyre and
Sidon to the sea of Qallllee.
(2) Why did eJsus stay so short a
time in one place?
(3) Verses 32-85?What Is the extent
of the loss borne by one who Is both
deaf and dumb?
(4) What is being done and what
more Can be done for the deaf and
dumb of this country than we are do
(.">) Why did .lesus use such an elab
orate process In curing this man when
most of his other miracles were s
(6) Would you say that lesus used
these signs as the only way to convey
to the patient what he was going to
do for him? Why?
(7.) Why did Jesus perform this mlr
acle in private when most of his other
miracles were done in public.
(8, Did Jesus perform this miracle
0; his own innate power or by the
power of Qod in answer to his "look
iiiK up Into heaven?"
(9) Should we bring our sick ones
to Jesus today in expectation that he
will heal the bor should we use the
means to that end which God has
given us In nature?
(10.) Verse 36?Which is the greater
sinner, and why, he who tells things
Qod wishes not to be matte known or
1)0 who keeps to himself what he
ought to publish abroad?
til) Why did Jesus want this mira
cle kept secret,
(12) Disobedience always results In
evil. What evil results probably came
from this act of disobedience to Jesus'
(13) Verse 37?If you historic vision
of this miracle were as acute as that
of the eyewitnesses what would our
estimate of it be?
(14) Mention if you can any word
or act of Jesus which would prevent
you from saying, "He hath done all
(15) What man in all history stirs
loda) the most astonishment, und whj
is it so! ( This is one of (he (|DCStions
which nut) be answered in writing In
members of (he club.)
tit'.i vliltM? Wh . evidence is there
that the feeding of the four thousand
is not a variation of the account of the
feeding of the Ivo thousand?
(17) What reason Is there to sup
pose that Jesus sympathizes with
those in need today as he did in that
MM Notwithstanding that Cod does
not supply our needs now miraculous
ly, does he supply them surely and
may we absolutely trust him for the
(19) What class of people formed
(20) What shape does Christ's "coin
passion on the multitude" take today?
(21) Is time spent in the service of
Christ ever forgotten by him and is It
ever profitless? Why?
(22) Verse 5?What proof is there
that our ability, our opportunity and
our resources are ample for our full
(23) Verses 6-10?What are the ad
vantages of syste mand order In both
our sacred and secular matters?
(21) What better is food after it has
been ? blessed" than before?
(25) What are the evils of waste
and the gain of economy?
Lesson for Sunday, Nov. 1912.
The Si?n and the Leaven. Mark
?Ible Question Club
I have read the Suggestive Ques
tions on the Sunday School Lesson
published In The Advertiser, also
lesson itself for Sunday
(Date) the series of 52.
Your Questions Answered.
If you would like to have answered
any particular Question each or any
week from "The Suggestive Questions
on the Sunday School Lesson" by Rev.
Dr. Linscott, send In your request to
this office, giving the date of the leu
son and the number of the question
you wish answered. You may select
any question except the one Indicat
ed that "It mar b? answered In writ
Ins by membors of the club." Dr.
Linscott will anawar the questions
?Ither in those columns err by mail
through this office. Don't forget to
state what benefit these "Suggestive
Queatlont." are ta you. Give your full
name and addrosa. Send your letter*
to "The Question Editor of The Ad
vertluer, Laureos, S. C."
Mr. I'oultryman: If you are not Ret
ting eggs, don't blame the ohlekons;
help them along by feeding Conkey s
Laying Tonic. Palmetto Drug Com
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Delicate (Irls who are approaching the ago of womanhood are usually subject to
this disease. They are pale because the blood is weak aud watery. Their
complexion has a sickly greenish cast which gives tho disease Its name. They
have no vitality and If exposed to any unusual excitement, excessivo labor or
cold dampness are liable to contract some disease that will disastrously effect
their whole future lives. It Is a most critical period. The right remedy to
relieve this condition and bring back tho rosy hue of health is
Squaw Vine Wine
It Is s palatable remedy, a fine, pleasant tasting medicine. Its agreeable flavor,
however, is no criterion of Its etficacy. It does the work expected of It more
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with the first dose and If used for a reasonable period, the misery, weakness and
pallor disappear, the spirits rise, the appotlte becomes good, tho sleep sound and
restful aud the thin, vitiated blood is revitalized and goes coursing tluough the
veins, carrying new life, strength and energy to all parts of the Sody.
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Laurens. South Carolina
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