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Give way before the pene
trating effects of Sloan's
So do those rhieumatic twinges and
the loin-aches of lumbago, the nerve.
inflammation of neuritis, the wry neck,
the joint wrench, the ligament sprain,
the musck- strain, and the throbbing
The case of applying, the quickness
of relief, the positive results, the clean.
liness, and the economy of Sloan's
Liniment make it universally preferred.
30ck, (;tk* $100
Make sensible C
won't be thrown
Shoes, Caps, Scarfs
. Specials in C1
Children's Plush a
6 years old, $5.00
Shipment of Ladie
1 received by express.
+> Handkerchiefs, Sc
all make. Sensible
Blankets and Quilt,
Silk Parasols are
bl HOP EARLY
We are read~
.County for 1919
Truck., This is a
duty Truck, and w
dealer for this te
from you at once i
SOLDIER LAD PAY IO NOI
TO REV. CHAs. T. SQUIRES
Two Letters of Appreciation Written I
by 3en of Building 144 Express
SOlers' Appreciation of His Work
The Advertiser received two letters
Friday from Camp Jackson, written by
men ii ulding 144, expressing a
sense of appreciation of the services
rendered by R1ev. C. T. Squires, of this
city, while he was doing Y. M. C. A.
work in the camp. One letter Is sign
ed by three imen, apparently the cook
in, squtad, one of whom, W. 0. Was
on. is a resildent of this city, and 'well
ikr.)wn here. The other is from Abe
Levy. a Jew. of the same building.
The Advertiser takes pleasure in
prinotine both of them here:
Al Apprecition of 31r. Squires' Ser
\ think during 'Mr. Squire's short
st-ly in Ctamip Jackson, he has nade
ifts and Your Money +
xway. Buy Clothing,
for Men, Women and
nd Velvet Coats, 3 to
Coats closing out at
s' Coats and Suits just +
arfs, Hosiery, Caps
Christmas gifts. And ,
5 are always accepta
ilwaye gladly received
VOID THE RUSH.
to contract Laurens
on the Clydesdale
high grade, heavy
e want a good live
critory. Let us hear
Sparianburg-. S. C.
nore frierds than any one man. His 'I
tervices have made a change in the
roung soldiers' lives. We have never
ieard a soldier say anything but
>raise. His flie work with the Y. M.
A. endeared him to us. He was al
-vays ready to help out the boyl in
Iny way he could best serve- them.
'lie cooks from Uattery C were l-,I,
vays ready to give him plenity or
puds and "wenies" for the klindness
hat he always showed us during his
;hort stay in our battery.
W. G. Wasson,
Sergt. L. II. Shurtieff.
%in Appreelation of i Christian .ittn
ister by a Jew.
I :walked into Building 144 of the
Y. M. C. A. and was introduced to a
little man. I was told he was -
precher. I gave him the once or
alld lie looked good. He invited mp
to room with him and I accepted. I
felt the warmth of this man's friend
ship and love. At last I found a man
;''t g into pract ice every (lay whal
i'i prechsii on Suiday. I began te
notice that this man had a sincerity
f.* purpose. I heard him preach. and
:t fla-zhod'11 in n.' miid. "the preacher
with a pilmnch". I heard soldiers say.
"let guy's all to the good". Another
biert' saild, "I am a Catholic, but I
ke to hear that man talk. It helps
I hoard hin prealch his last setrmon
it iilding i i1, and when I looked u.
saw a great big titan, with a great
hi'z soiul, preaching that had the ring
-f sincerity and truth in it.
I couldn't lecve South Carolina with
'),,t expressing my appreciation of the
1' kv tend C(ha rles 'T. Squires. Ile made
my work in Camip .1ackson so easy
to bear. God bless him.
Y. L. C..
"Gets-It" for Corns
Wolirld HIas Neier Kowii Its Equal.
"What will get. rid of my corin?'
'Th answ-r has been made by mil
ions-t here's only one corn-remov' erI
that you enn bank on. that's absolute
on eartlhby.-ketaoin ETAOIN SiRll A
ly certain, that makes any cori onl
Corn.Pain Is Eased-the Corn Is Doomed!
I-a fi (-i r Il ofi like )abIIaan ,skini
t nd t ha Wt i' magie "tiet -el. Ti1(ht
.i- an'hi4ne whlil you hav yusn
a ct -ld not iturb yr if y ow
I Itd har Y don 'IIt\vtI save I
or make a hitnd4le of youri toi' with
ta'' or handtiages \\hy piutteri andl
.:Ii have th' corni? V' '"(his- it''
"goa r ti st' reii~ as thle n1 riMss.
la ik coin - r-emover, thle only sur e way',
eosts but a Itritle at anty drug store.
.\l'!d by I. Isawrentce & Co., (Chi lago,
ill. Sold in I,;aur'ens by ILaurens IIruig
( 'c., and 'l'o : Drug C'o.
ti, \SM TO T.\' A lI 'P
N EWi ii'iES DL:'. ti
Nom111iiationu ofl .Me.\duoi's Silcce'tssr' ats
Se'cre'tary of thle iiTr'asunry Is ('ont
Iire byiI'i ) thei Se'nate.
tiont 4)f Itepreseuntaive 'ar'ter (1slass, of
\'ir'iuina to be~ se'rtar'y of the trteas
urly to 1 sued .\i'tdoo was 4'onflimed
fro n ic'rss , in whtichi hie ha ccs ieved
.lir. .\-e\doo wiill I-onitinui as diree(
lori ::tn ra of railroails ttil htis :ie
l i-ve the fitlture'141 poiries or Ihe trea1-is
ry woiuld not 144 differ'ent fr'om thiosei
bing purisucied, ('x('ept as variyinig ciir
(-umtistanicels may suggest.
''Tlh're is no furither' stati'iient that
1 4(411ld maike at ihis tihne w''hch would
elite interest or enlighten the~ pub
lie."' said .i. (lass. "'I would r'eadfly3
w ishi that I may succeed even apprl
inately as well in administering th<c
affaltrs of the treasury as has the dis
I inguished mian whose rethi'ement 5<
dis5tresses the couantr'y. It. Is my judg
ment that his retirement is a natilona
Orove's Tasteless chill Tontc
restores vitality and energy by purifying and ec'
rich ing the blood. You can soon feel Its Strength
'ning, Invfigoratinlg Effect. Prico 60c.
'HOUSANDS IWO FROM
teparts Tompild Show Heavy Toll
Exacted-r-Amy Camps Also Suf
According to the re)ort of the bu
eau of vital statistics of the state
oard of health, 3,591 people died in
outh Carolina from influenza and its
ffects during the month of October.
)uring the same month Camp Jackson
uffered heavily from the disease, the
Paths reported being 329 from
afluenza and subsequent disease. So
hat during the month of October, 4,
74 persons died in South Carolina as
result of the influenza epidemic. This
loes not Include the deaths at Camp
Vadsworth, which repott has not been
ent in yet.
The statistics compiled show that
.:)75 !whites died of the disease while
.218t negroes passed away. Richland
nd Charleston counties reported the
az gest number of deaths.
ieport by Counties
The report by counties is as follows:
?'ounty Whites Negroes
Ahheville ...........s 29
Aiken .... .......
Anderson .. .. .......2 .12
lsamberg .. .. .. .... .1 28
iteaufort .. .. .. .. .. .7 19
ierkeley . ..
['alhoun .. .. .. .... .. 4 6
('harleston .. .. ...... 209
('herokee .. .. .. ... 26 11
('hester .. ........22
Chesterfield .. ..i..s..
Clarendon ... ........
('oleton .. ..8......
Darlington .. ..6....1
Dillon .. .. .. .. .....12 8
D orchestr (.. ..1....6
Edgefield .. ..5......
Fairfield .. .. .. .. .
Ilorence.41 9. .
Greenville ...1. ..8.
t;reenwOod .. ..2....
Hlorry .. ..........17
Kershaw .......... 10 27
ILancaster .... .....45
Lexington . .. .
.\larioti .. ........
Marlboro .. .. .. ....6
Newberry .. .. .. .... 31 82
Deonee .. ..7......
Drangeburg .. ..%....
Pickens 5.. ........1
Rtichland .. .......202
a.Iluda .. .. .. ..... I
tartanhrg .... .....12
ut .r . .. .. .. .. ..
\\'illiam burg .. .. ....21 121
i~tLI for. ('oljites. .. .1 37 2,216
* 121 1)1 ill io L e i'e (of A41111111istrilt Iiii
si ate of Sout h ( , ; roll na.
Uotn2y of LauiriNs.
Tli 0-s ar! Pirf rntocit'ad d
itoiistal ads 1gua th 1knde
andcr~litrsofth 12d.Tr 3 a
Stn looaelt 4tte beatu S
peambefreme2Inth 6orto Po
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FOR OLD AN 4RPP
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W il aswl oW01walm,-h 20'2al
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T't a01 l ir Couit est m.o In.~ e o' o,21
''omatti fo Letters of ainis tratin
State1 of' Suth 14Ciaro clit tit~tI
'c :lite O Isit..ens~. 1(W (aolu,
a11 a O., fis PTmpso'dndobtel0 Je:lfo
\\'hle'ick en\Its. ati Ia Stuoef
grat'tt tndWiem lettersofAdinist vrton
Tele aareteeo, ltoite and Yod
(1mongistl n i' siinultangaraknreed
andt cred itors of1g ted.sadJreia
'toneo dcased that thdeyed who eape
tarin betr les in te Coutriof Prt
hater to btheld atheyaren fourtnt
o Itebr ne anter pubitit
hertof it 1uiclc anin wthou anyren
tsho case if ny Tae haewh
the daidrAdinsitaio eahod ote and
withea cuder hodand ith day
There can be no more pleasing or consider
ate Holiday Gifts than can be found in the
great variety at our store. Gifts for old and
young--boys and girls, soldiers and civilians.
We enumerate a few as a reminder of what
can be had here.
Candy Manicure Sets
Cigars Toilet Sets
Stationery Safety Rasors
Fountain Pens Purses
Toilet Articles Card Cases
Flash Lights Victor Records
FOR THE SOLDIERS
Buy your Gifts for soldiers in camp,
now, and have them ready for ship
Fountain ?ens Stationery
Safety Rasors Flash Lights
A Victrola is an Ideal Gift
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