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quinine and iron-the most
Effectual general tonic
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic Combines both
in Tasteless form. The Quinine drives
out Malaria and the Iron builds up
the System. For Adults and
You know what you arc taking when
* you take GROVE S TASTELESS chill
/ TONIC, recognized for 30 years through
out the South as the standard Malaria,
Chill and Fever Remedy and General
Strengthening Tonic. It is as strong as
the strongest bitter touic, but you do not
taste the bitter because the ingredients
do not dissolve in the mouth hut do dis
solve readily in the acids of the stomach.
Guaranteed by your Druggist. We mean
relieves pain and heal*
at the same time
The Wonderful, Old Reliable Dr. Porter's
Antiseptic Healing Oil. An Antiseptic
Surgical Dressing discovered by an
Old R. R. Su.-gcor.. Prevents Else J
Thousands of families kiy<w it already,
und n trial will convince/you that DR.
PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEALING
OIL is the most v^otuL^fful remedy ever
discovered for Woiuicbf^Rurns, Old Sores,
Ulcers, Carbunclefiypranulated Eye Lids,
Sore Tin out, Skin or Scalp Diseases and
all wounds and external diseases whether
slight or serious. Continually people are
finding new uses for this famous old
remedy. Guaranteed by your Druggist
We mean it. 25c, 50c, fl.00
There is Only One "11ROMO QUININE" That is L,AXATIVK BROMO QUININE
Look for signature of E. W. GROVE on every box. Cures a Cold in One Day. 25c.
Another shipment of those special
numbers in Ladies' Silk Hosiery in Black
and White at 50 cents.
Also White and Black Silk Lisle at
25 cents per paii.
Special value in White Goods in plain
and fancy weaves, nice light textures for
hot weather wear.
Heavy yard-wide all Linen Skirting
Cash at 25 cents per yard.
Yard-wide Apron Linen from 10 cents
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Gasoline and Kerosene l
Sold in air-tight Iron Drums.
Convenient to handle. Deliver in
small quantities in city.
R. M. Eichelberger
Agent Gulf Refining
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any of the diseases of womanhood! Or, If she has been a
sufferer, happy is she if she has learned of the wonderful
bene.its of Cardui, the woman's tonic!
Cardui is a gentle, tonic remedy, for women's ailments.
It Is a natural medicine?safe, harmless, purely vegetable.
It has been in successful use for more tMan 50 years. It
has cured thousands. It should do the same for you.
Mrs. Mary Neely, of Denver, Tenn., says, 1 think
there is no tonic on earth, as good as Cardui. I used It
with the very best results. I had backache and nearly
everything a woman could suffer with, until 1 took Cardui.
Now, i feel better than I have for two years. I shall
always recommend Cardui to other suffering women. I
can't praise it too highly. As a medicine for weak, tired,
worn-out women, Cardui is safe and reliable. Try it, today.
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VETERANS GATHER ON GETTYSBURG FIELD I
Soldiers of the Blue and Gray Fraternize Together
where Once They Met in Deadly Conftict. Every
Provision Made for Convenience and Comfort.
Gettysburg, Pa., June 2S.?Army of
ficers watching the crowds of visitors
and veterans arriving to participate
in the exercises commemorating the
li ft loth anniversary of the battle of
Gettysburg, said to-day that the event
I would go down In history as one of
the greatest Reunions of its kind ever
'witnessed. The offlCOl's said the mag
nitude of the undertaking would be dif
ficult to grasp, even if tho encamp
ment were for the entertainment of
50,000 men i nthc prime of life, but
when one considered that the average
age of tho veteran is 72 ..ears the
task before those in charge of the
camp must be realized.
Tihe real invasion of the quaint lit
tle border town began early tins morn
ing. It is expected to reach its height
by tomorrow night, and gallantly tho
little borough of 1,000 has tackled the
proposition of caring for its guests.
Weather Extremely Hot.
To add to the difficulties and dangers
of a situation hazardous under any
circumstances, the weather is almost
unbearable. With a sun blazing sav
agely the humidity is so high that the
least movement is productive of ex
haustion. Thus far the veterans al
ready here contented themselves
very largely with sitting about in
shady places talking. Already there
have ben several cases of heat ex
By the telephono systom In the
camp, the construction of which In
volved the stringing of 120 miles of
wire, it will be possible to telephone
fro many point in the camp to any
part of tho country reached by the tol
The Fraternal Spirit.
From shortly after sunrise until late
at night the streets of Gettysburg were
crowded with tho veterans, North and
South. Some of them paraded, chocr
inging and singing In fartorni/.ing ex
uberance with former foes, while oth
ers gathered in groups und recanted
the stirring times of fifty years ago.
Those overcome by tho heat wore
treated at the emergency hospital of
the Stute department of health and all
arc out of danger.
Veterans lire arriving on every train
and they are in town, but a short time
before a start is made for the bin
camp, the scene of which many have
not visited since the stirring duys of
the Gettysburg campaign, in spite of
the beat yesterday the maximum tem
perature being 98 degrees, many of
them walked'over the entire area and
otllcials in charge said that the small
number of prostrations demonstrated
that the physical condition of the old
soldiers was of the best.
Two Hospitals Heady.
Elaborate preparations have been
made to protect the health of the vet
erans While here. T;.ere are two large
hospitals with a capacity of 1,800 de
signed only for seriously persons.
Those are supplemented by throe regi
mental hospitals, 11 Red Cross stations
and 20 first aid stations. A complete
ambulance batallion of the United
States army with 1G horse ambulances
and two automobile ambulances will
take care of any who fal sick. Tho
provisional hospitals, besides wards
and diet kitchens, have a complete op
erating room and the arrnngments In
clude everything down to a shower
"We hope the elaborate arrange
ments we have made will not be need
ed,' said Major Huntington at the pro
visional hospital, "it will be largely
a quostion of weather. If it is cloudy
we may not be needed at all. As It
Is, we do not expect an yvery serious
Representation by Slates.
Lieut Simon Bolivar Bucknor, son of
the ranking surviving officer of the
'Confederate army, who Is assisting
Major Normoyle, in command at the
camp, to-day made public the number
of old soldiers that each State expects
to send to the nonunion.
Pennsylvania beads the list with 17,
S20: New York is second with 9,693
and New Jersey third with 1,980. Mas
sachusotls will send 1.836; Virginia, 1.
S27 North Carolina 1,215; .Michigan,
900: Fest Virginia, 810? Indlanln, 660,
and Illinois 513, Other States range
from Connettlcutt's 450 to S' from
Oregon and from Idaho.
Pennsylvania and Now York will oc
cupy tho ontlro Northern section of tho
camp on both sides of Long LnilO. Fed
eral veterans from other states will bo
encamped botwooon Seminary Ridge
and Long Lane, while the wearers of
the grey will occupy the site west of
Long Lane at the base of the monu
ment to t5en Lee. now In course of er
ection at the point where Pickett's
Manassas Peace Manner.
Manassas, Va., June 2S.?Probably
one of the most unique banners that
will apepar at the Gettysburg Reunion
ha? been dispatched from here to be
placed before the quarters of the
Mantissas Plckett Post, ti. A. U . and
Ewell Camp, U. ('. V. Tho banner,
which is commemorativo of the peace
jubilee on the battlefield of Lull Uun
in July, 15)11, at which celebration
President Taft delivered tho principal
address, displays the "Stars and liars"
on one side and the "Stars and Stripes"
on the other. In addition there ap
| pears the inscriptions, "Let us have
peace?Grant," and "Duty is the sub
limest word In any language?Lee".
A special guard of honor, composed
of veterans fro mboth sides, will care
for the Hag.
President Wilson also on Scene.
Washington, June 28.?President
Wilson to-night decided to attend the
fiftieth anniversary celebration of the
battle of Gettysburg on the Fourth of
July, lie telegraphed Governor Tenor
that he had reconsidered his previous
declination and would make a brief
speech to the veterans.
The President's decision fololwcd a
conference with Representative A
Mitchell Palmer, of Pennsylvania. The
Prelsdont had taken tin- position pre
viously in declining to no, that he ?
would be breaking his rule, established
months ngo, not to leave Washington I
for any speech-making occasion while
Congress was in session.
Mr. Palmer pointed out. however, tin ]
importance of the Gettysburg celebra
tion, Its nation-wide significance, and
partlclarly the spirit of sectional sym
pathy that would result from a speech
by a Southern-born President at the
Reunion of the North and the South.
'Cue President had Intended to leave
Tuesday tor Now Hampshire to spend
a few days with his family, but the
trip will necessitate a rearrangement
of plans Mr. Wilson probably will be
at Gettysburg only a few hours, and
It. has not yet been decided whether
he will go by motor of by train. His
plans probably \\'il be announced on
Secretary Tumulty gave out this
statement for the President:
"The president has felt constrained
to forego his chance for a few days <?f
much needed rest i nNow Hampshire
this week because he feels it his duty
to attend the celebration at Gettys
burg on Friday, the Fourth of July."
This Rocs Fine.
Waterloo, S. ('., June 28. ISMS.
Editor of Tlic Advertiser:
Enclosed please lind cotton bloom
which opened to day "the 28" in my
cotton patch in the Sulphur Springs
neighborhood, I um 12 years old.
Don't you think that does lne for a
W. Joe Saxon,
Waterloo, S. ('.
Unsightly Face Spots.
Are cured by Dr. Hobson.s F.czema
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tions. No matter how long you have
\ been troubltd by Itching, burning, or
scaly skin humors, just put a little
I of that soothing antiseptic, Dr. Hob
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Doctors use it in their practice and
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I Je!ley Tumblers 2-". cents por Dozen
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?> or all of them together, if you just have?the camera
there all ready. Comic in ami get one. Learning to
take pictures is very silliplcJUtld it's the most fascinat
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ICurollmciit Over Kim? Value ol'l*roi>or() Ovor u Million mill u Thli'il?
Over no 'IViii licm mill ??tili ???-?
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lor Course in Cotton Grading; Konr Wo">Us Wimer Course ror Karmors
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Scholarship and Entrance Examination:
The College maintains 107 four-year Agricultural and Textile Scholar
ships. Value of Scholarships $100.00 per session and |>tco Tuition. (Slu
dents who have at londod Clemson College, or any oilier < !oilogo or I 'niver
sity, arc not eligible for tin- Scholarships unless pfuro aro no other eligible
Scholarship ami Kntrance K.vamintitions will I"- held by the County
Superintendent ol Kducation on JULY llth, at it a. in.
Next Session Opens September loth. 19121
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