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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 - ||bi~
Hereafter all three WRIGLEY
flavors will be sealed in
air-tight, pink-end packages.
So look for
in theipink sealed
wrapper and take
your choice of fla
vor. Three kinds ie
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 B
Special Pr ices for Ladies' Ready-to-We
$35.00 Silk Dresses-.........-..------$24.
$25.00 and $27.60 Silk Dresses.---...--19.
$17.50 and $18.50 Silk Dresses -------14.
$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.
Our Mr. E. P. Minter is in New
LAURENS, SOUTH C)
* A. FRtIE-NDS TIBUilTE:
* To the 31emory of 31irs. W. .1*
* 311l un. - *
Niany eyes were dimmed a11d man1y
learts Sorrowed When the news was
received here a few (lys ago that. flu
spirit of Mrs. .\lilligan, had passed to
(he Other Fihore.
.\lrs. .\tilligan is most. pleasantly re
membered by t1 older citizen1s of
Laurens, as Mis. John P". WlIkes, who,
before her arr1110 iiage to 'Mr. Wilkes,
was Miss Carrie Wells, of Port Jar
vis. N. Y. In her yoiug girlhood her
father brought her south in quest of
a milder (11111ate and for several years
resid(d in Greenville, where she was
re'stored to perfect health and it. 'was
(iu ring her reideeliv in (Greenville
Ithat SlIe tilet and married Dr. .1no. l'.
Wilkes and afterwards moved to Iaut
rells ,where Dr. Wilkes opeled up a
drug' and book store. And it was
w\h.ile tihe deceased was a resident of
out' town that our people came to
kilow her 11(d to a'ppereiate her many
virtles of mind and ieart, and to ac
cord to her fll pralise for t111 pro
gre'.ssive spirit w)icl she at. ail tIlIes
mantifestil in every Illovement that
was for the progress aInd uplift of our
little city. In al lf a(rs of love and
charity she mwas eIsily the leading
spirit ill every such llnderlin(toking. IHer
good binemss tact and ('or(ialifty made
a universal favorite and wVlet her the
sion a11ld for its obtject. charity,
church work, or Just a "general good
time" for (e Young people, she enl
t iered into her mission with zest anl
s(ill, and up to tile t ime that she badc
us all "good-bye" to return to heI
former Northern home, she had nevei
made a failure.
Nor was her life In every other par
ticular a faIlure. If scattering sun
shine In the pathway of others-I
comforting the sorrowing and show
Ing others the better and sunnY side o
life 'be one of the prerequisites of
God-serving, self-sacrifleing twomai
we can truthfully say she illed al
these requirements most faithful l3
1y iatttre kind and gentle, she was S
considerate of others that. n1o gir
lowever obscure, was over afraid <
beiig a "Wall-tiower", nor was atl
bashful beau Ieglected at, any ente
lainment or galherinlg givenI ier 114
And just ilowI, whell S 11111Y of
have sorrowful experienc('es of
dread abole of deatti, we ilidulge I
Bradley Sweaters fo
9 ---$5.00, $7.50 $10.00.
99 union suits and separa
The use of Furs, ar
49 Furs, become more pc
99 is no better gift. See
York this week to
noin' tt for every tear of aorlrow
,h doil I Ie n;ow-Iiade grave- of our1
deiparl-1Ied friend, soIIe good will Ie
horn ---kind dee-ds by oithers. to reflect
ler onI' Imany kindnesses, an11d like IIe
good del'eds wliel shte left )is as a
mI('m1o ry- legacy, Convert the vall.ey% of
darkness Ithirough which w.e ;ill timlust
shotIly travel into a1 palhway of light
to those she has left. bel id.
.\ltholil "Mts. Wilkes", as lwe all
kinw her, had been away from us for
:everal years, the recollection of her
man,111y good Iraits of character-hfer'
Jolly welconie, lier genileniess, her
kinidl sy atilh1y. wvill ever keep green
her memory in the hearts of all w'i'
knew ier and serve as a beaconi light.
to ouir feet as we tread tle pathi she
so faithfully followed in life until
lorne to the siI lit giave ill which she
nlow so pleaceIfully sleeps un tder I1le
Northern snows. And now from her
silintt toub no kind thoughts can he
wafled to us aeross the dark confintes
of the grave-no iimore kind words
from the miiute lips of the dead-no
beacon from tihat shor'leas I Heyonti to
light us it lrough the dark abyss: bu1t
"A voice twithinIi us speaks the start
'.\lan. thou shalt not die!' Celestial
voices hymn it round our soils;
According harps by a nge Inhgers
souInd forth still
The song of our greal I lomort alit y."
\lrs. .\illi;'ani was a highly cultured
woman,1l 0 alnid after returlng to Ier
Northerin hotie. she married ldige W.
.1. MIilligan, of Philadelphia, her first
husband having died diitring hier resi
deuce ill our city. lier last husband,
also had preceded her toi the grave
about. three years ago, since which
time she had been residing with her
son, Dr. Roy Wilkes, in Bridgeport,
Connll., whier'e slie (lied November 1,
1918. Her remains were carried to
the city of Philadelphia for intern
Although many friends and ac
- fuallitances that she knew while witI
us have passed to the Border Land
there are many of us still left twh<
fain wouild droll among the beautilfu
flowers that crown her last rest inf
place sorrow's I most precious gem--;
Sleep andi liet.
One of the' m)lost common auses <
insonnia and resilessness is iilg':
lion. Take onev Of Chambe111rhn's Tal
lets immediat(ly aftir sIuIi'Pr and Si
ifyou d(o not rest lotiter and set
li he It er. They only cost a q1u'arter.
r men, women and children
Children's, $1.98 to $5.00.
for women and children
d consequently the gift of
pular every winter. There
our elegant line of Furs,
$35.00 to $65.00
---- $10.00 to $35.00
-------$7.50 to $12.50
buy for Cash the
:t Week's Paper.
IfI you c% eve go Ito a fire ait r this
a l11 i te inii st (0f 111h 1 xvlleme14nt.
Yonl sele soinehody comne bursling outl
of the I i n- okin, building w iII it hm
hhack nInlsk over hlis; face, wilh gre~al
round eyes like an owlI and the whole,
liIi ng alayering down to a little tin
thilnig like a common kitchent w ca er
CM), don't get excited. It will onily Ibi,
Chief Jiml Crews, of t fire depar It -
lt~vil, wearing a (4,erman,111 gas i1a(sk
that his soi, rg.James T. Crews,
Jr., sen)t him a few days ago from
France. Some tiie ago Chief Cre's
Ieceived a lettler from 'his "on in
IhichI hle stated that It had occentred to
him that the gas masks woIld fi urn ish
good protection in lighting fires and
promised to send ole honie as soon as
l col d get it. When this one (aele
the Chief tried it onl and ilmmediately
realized its advanitages for that par
tieular purpose. ' The iask is onle of
the nlevest ones gotten out by ie
lBoehes anld has alfra(led a good ilt
of at iltion.
I arige size heavy Oak lzocvr. i s, icv
ly finished, only $2.90.
S. A\. & It* II. Wilb'KI, & 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 medicinvs had failed Vinol
built me ulsand made me strong. I
have a good appetite and sleep well.
Every nervous, weak, ailing womar
sl, uld try it."-Mrs. N. Edmunds,
2107 Dwight Way, Berkeley, Cal.
We r.sk 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.
I For Sale by 1,alrns (Aru1 Co. an11d
25c BOX FREE
A Shin Bleach or \Yhitener for dark or brown skin, removing all
ernishes and clearing swarthy or sallow complexions and causing the
shin to Grow \Yhiter. Don't envy a clear complexion, use Coco
tone Skin Whitener and have one.
WIIAT I'SERS THINK OF COCOTONE
Macon, Ga. Montgomery. Ala.
Cocotone Co. (ocotone Co.
Dear Sirs: Send me by retirt iear Sirs: I find that Cocotone
mail two boxes of Cocotone Skin Skin Whitener is the best prepara
Whitener and three cakes of 'Pfo- tion I have ever used to clear the
cotone Skin Soap. They are'fine skin, and wish you yould mail 'ne
and I do not. care to he w)jthot two boxes at once.
them. lonelosed is money order for (Signed) IIS. C. 1. .IOHNSON.
$1.25.o not w substitutes or immi
Yours truly, tiots.
ClARA M. JACKSON.
IDear Friends: Your Cocotone
Skin Whitener is the linest thing I I O(OIONI CO.,
eve-r saw. My skin was very dark
and the first box has made it many I h ever used tocot S) kin
shades lighter, and I my friends all Witener, but if you will sonl me
ask tue what I have iven using. I 2.c box fi'ee, will l eased to
Enclosed you will in $2.1M. Please titv it. I cmilo six 2c stanps to
if send meII0 six loxes or Shin\ Whilen- (ovi, (,o;t of nailing. packing, tc.
er- and I wo cakes Of soap. Nam(............................
Youirs tru1ly, .........................
.\NN. \l I. \e'llT W.ted
1 4t1 S'ttil t 11t4' Laurents I 1 tt *11'i.
SHOP EARLY-Shop in Mornings.
Do Your Shoping 'Larly.
Get that handsome table linen you have been
72- inch linen Damask-, $2.25 to $2.50 yd
72-inch mercerized Damask $1.00 ydl
Special Sale of Fancy Silks
Beautiful fancy Silks, in plaids, $2.25 to
2.50. Special sale, per yard.- - --$1.99
Blankets and Comforts
Blankets-----$6.00, $10.00 $12.50 to $15. 00
Ds C e t acept tut orim
betBaginohemreot ffionrds.kng ec