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'To help meet the needs of the
government, Wrigley's has
discontinued the use of tin foil
as a wrapping for -
Hereafter all three WRIGLEY
flavors will be sealed in
air-tight, pink-end packages.
So look for
in the pink sealed
wrapper and take
your choice of fla
vor. Three kinds
to suit all tastes.
SEALED TIGHT-KEPT RIGHT
Be SURE you get WRIGLEY'S
The Flavor Lasts!
Subscribe to The Advertiser.
Useful Xmas Gifts Suggestion: Phoenix !
Bath Robes, Suit Cases, Hand Be
Special Pr ices for Ladies' Ready-to-Wee
$35.00 Silk Dresses-.............-- -- --- $24.1
$25.00 and $27.60 Silk Dresses.-----19.1
$17.50 and $18.50 Silk Dresses -14.1
$48.50 Coat Suits......-..------ --$38.
$35.00--"--"----- --- -------- ----..28.
$50.00 Coats.- --------------------- --$44
$40.00 " ------------- -------------- .......34.
$35.00 "- - - - - - - -- - - -- 19.
.Now is the time to get that Hat for Thanksg
ing---a good selection, and at special prices.
4 Our Mr. E. P. Minter is in New
r LAURENS, SOUTH CA
*A FRIENI'S Titii'TiE *
* o tle .1imoirI o1f 31r's. W1'. ,J.
. 1any eyes were diimmed and many
hearts sorrowted when th lie nws was
IcCei ved here a few days ago hat tle
pirit of M's. Milligan had passed to
lihe 011he lielore.
\lr's. Milligan is most pleasantly re
imemlbered by the older citizens of
Lau1rens, as.' Mrs. .ohn1 It. Wilkes, who,
before her marriage to "Mr. .Wilkes,
was .lliss Carrie Wells, of Port. Jar
vis, N. Y. fin her young girlhood her
fatiher brought her south in (uest of
a milder cliimate and for several years
iesided in Greenville, where she was
refstored to pevrfect hecalth and it 'Was
during her reJidence in. Greenville
that she met and married Dr. Jno. 10
Wilkes and afterwards moved to Lau
iens \vhere I)r. Wilkes openedl up a
drug' anld book store. And it was
while the deepnsed was a resident of
our town thalt our people caie to
know her and to apperciate her many
viitues of il mld and heart, aid to ac
cord to her fill praise for that pro
g1resisive spirit Which shie at. all tImels1
manlifesited inl every mlovemen-lt that
was for the progress and uplift of our
little city. In all malters of love and
clarity site kwas easily tlie leading.,
spirit ill every such1 iundert aoking. Her
good business tact and cordiality made
a universal favorite and whether the
occasion had for its objOet. Charity,
church work, or just a "general good
time" for the young people, she en
tered into her mission wilth zest and
skill, andl up to the time that she bade
us all "good-bye-," to return to her
former Northern home, she had never
made a failure.
Nor was her life in every other par
ticular a failure. If scattering sun
shine in the pathway of others-if
comforting the sorrowing and show
ing others the better and sunny side of
life -be one of the prereqiuisites of a
Glod-serving, self-sacrificing (woman,
we can truthfully say she filled all
these requirements most faithfu3lly.
fy nature kind and gentle, she was so
considerat e of others that no girl,
however obscure, was ever afraid of
being a "Wall-flower", nor was any
bashful beau neglected at, any enter
tainment or ga tleri'n tug givyen under her
And just now, when so niany of us
have sorrowful experiet'nc's of the
dread abode of deafi, we indulge the
Bradley Sweaters for
)9 ---$5.00, $7.50 $10.00.
Athena Underwear f
9~9 union suits and separat'
The use of Furs, and
49 Furs, become more pop
99 is no better gift. See
Sets.--- -- -
v- Muffs.... ---
Children's sets- -
York this week to
hed oil ill new-iade gravv- of ottur
opartedA frienld, somle good will be l
(0rn1 -kind deveds, by others.' to retteeti Y<
(r own Ian kintnesses, anl like the of
ood deeds 'vhich she left its as a1 hl
tetiiory-legay. convert' the vialy of T
a rkni'ss through which we all iulst III
hortly travel Into a pathiway of li t fI
1) those she has left. iihind. eI
Although "Mrs. \\'ilkes", as twe alt ClI
ni'w her, had been away from Is for II
cveral years, the recollection of her til
nlany good trails of charactcr-her JI
olly welcomte, tier gentleness, her 1
Indly sympathy, will ever keep green r
er memory in the hearts of all wihl 1
ne\n her and serve as a beacon light, hi
o ottrt feet as we Itrad the 11ath she gi
o faithfully followed In life nt11111 l
lornie )to the silent grave in Which she hi
low so pleacefully sleeps uinder the It
rIthern snows. And now from her r*(
ilent tomb no kind thoutiglts ean he Ii
a fted to us across Ithe dark confilnes It
>f the( grave-no more ki words it
rom the miuttle lips of the dead----no ol
cacon fromt that slorel vs., Ieyond to
ight is I ltrottght the dark ab.ss; Iut.
.\ voice twiti itn s spe aks the start
.ian. thou shalt not die!' 'clestIal
voices hytmnt it round olut soltIs;
\ecordintg ha r-ps by angeliI filigers
so ind forth still
The song of ottrt great imm1 titotality."
M.\rs. .\illigant was a highly ciltirted
votmian, antd after r etttlurig to her
\orthrttn homne, she married .lidge W.
. .illigan, of Philadelphia, hetr first
utshand having died during het' resi
lenec in our city. letr last husband,
ilso had preceded hetr to the grave
hout. tItree years ago, since which
lime sh had been residing wilh her
son, Dr. Roy Wilkes, In Bridgeport.
ionn.. where she died November 1,
1918. Her remains were carried to
the city of Philadelphia for intern
Although many friends and I
qualntances that she knew while withl
ts have passed to the Border Land,
there are iany of ts still left Iwho
fain Would drop among the beautiful
flowers that. crown her last resting
place sorrow's most preciouts gen.a
Sleetp antd lh'st.
One, of the mlost common caulses or
ittsointia and testlesstiss is itig'S
lion. Take .one of1 Chambnherlain's Tah
lets innuevdialy alfter' SupperVI and see
if yout do not test lIiler and sii'le
hetiver. Th'ley only cosI a q1uar'ter.
men, women arnd children
Thildren's, $1.98 to $5.00.
or women and children
consequently the gift of
ular every winter. There
>ur elegant line of Furs,
~$35.00 to $65.00
---- $10.00 to $35.00
------$7.50 to $12.50
buy for Cash the 1
Iteady flor Fires Niw
If yoll ever go to) at lire arth I this
41, inl the mist of the e. -:itenent,
in see s)l'lilody conte bursting ont
Ile sinoking hinbilding wit Ih a hig
tek maisk over1 his face, with gre'u
ilnd eyes like an owl and Ohe whole
ing diing tlown to 1a little linl
ilg like a cominon kitehien wate r
p. don't get excited. It will only hI
tief .lim Crews, of the fire ileparlt
Lnt, wearimg a ;Germian gas imiask
at his son, Sergt. Ilames T. Crews,
sent h1i m a few days ago from
anme. Some time ago Chief Crews
Iceived a letier from 'his son1 in
hieh he stated thaI it had oceirred to
In that tihe gas masks would fuirinish I
od protellon in fighting fires and
'omiisd to send oine home as soon as
coid get it. When this One camne
e Chief tried it on and inuniiiediately
alized its advailtages for that par
- puar plrpose. The im ask is one of
e newest on4es gotten out hy tne
lhes and has at racted i a good lit
laarge size heavy Oak R(ockers, 111C
finished, only $2.90.
S. A. & I.11 i. WHiKEl',S & CO.
Now She is Strong and Well
Berkeley, Cal.-"I was nervous,
irritable, no appetite, could not sleep,
and was always tired, so my house
work was a great'effort. After many
other medicinus had failed Vinol
built me up and made me strong. I
have a good appetite and sleep well.
Every nervous, weak, ailing womaat
sl,,uld try it."--Mrs. N. Edmunds,
2107 Dwight Way, Berkeley, Cal.
We zsk every nervous, weak, run
down, ailing woman in this town to
try this cod liver and iron tonic on
our guarantee to return their money
if it fails to help them.
-'or sale I'y ldins I ;r Co. and
1)rugeistsevr w r.
25c BOX FREE
A Shin Bleach or \Vhitener for dark or brown skin, removing all
emishes and clearing swarthy or sallow complexions and causing the
skin to Grow Whiter. Don't envy a clear complexion. use Coco
tone Shin Whitener and have one.
WII AT USERS Til NK 0OF COCOTONE
Macon, Ga. Montgomery, Ala.
Cocotone Co. covoione Co.
Dear Sirs: Send me by returtl Dear Sirs: I find that Cocotone
mail two boxes of Cocotone Skih Skin Whitener is the best. prepara
Whitener and three cakes of go- tion I have ever Ised to clear the
cotone Skin Soap. They are, 'fine %kin, and wish you yould mail me
an( I do not care to he wjfhout two boxes at one.
theni. i~nelosed is money order for (Signed) NIIS. C. 1. IOHNSON.
$1.25. Do not iweqt sustitutes or innu
Yours tIruly, tat-lolls.
CLARA M. JACKSON.
Cocotone Co. (_1_TS0_1
Dear Friends: Your Cocotone
Skin Whitener is the finest thing I 'lHE (OCOIONE (O..
ever saw. My skin was very dark Atlata. (hi.
and the first box has made it many I hav neV(r used (oeotone Skin
shades lighter. and my friends all Whit ener, hut if yoll will send tue
ask mue What I have he 11.11" a 2ev box free, will he pleased to
Enelosed you will find $2.1111. Please v it. I enclose Six 2c stailuis Io
sen.d me six hoxes of Skii Whiten
er. and wo cakes of soap. ............................
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.\NNA\ .\. WITE. .tel ate
Fo S111 14 111( 1114. li I t&i ons Dri C o.
SHOP EARLY-Shop in Mornings.
Do Your Shoping 21arly.
artment Stor a
Get that handsome table linen you have been
72- inch linen Damask- $2.25" to $2.50 yd
72-inch mercerized Damask----- $1.00 yd
Special Sale oh Fancy Silks
Beautiful fancy Silks, in plaids, $2.25 to
2.50. Special sale, per yard M. .$1.99
Blankets and Comforts
Blankets- $6.00, $10.00 $12.50 to $15. 00
ComVforts $.5S0 [o $9.50f~
D etc Chapenvrue oooeSi
HeavyChevittspcial,-but-- i---you wiled m
LihtOtig. -. -..fe, il0eled t
es aganohemre ot ffionrds.kng ec