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k JOHN LEE DAVIS. j
Mr. Davis receptly took u prominent
part in the settlement of the street
car strike in Columbia. He is district
r organizer of the South Carolina Federation
of Labor and an ex-president
of Columbia Typogrrapliieal Union. Mr.
Davis learned the printing trade in
The Herald and ?ws office, where
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lie aiso nrisiereu me uiiwijpc maciuuc,;
and is now a "swift' on the Columbia
State and one of the fastest linotype I
_ aerators In the country.
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No doubt life would be one grand,
sweet song if we could only endure
our own troubles as easily as we can J
endure the troubles of others. :
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, Copyright. 1914
' tfbferU. frtrm 4k Co.
' To Amb'tipus
f You young-bloods want to
get ahead?you're in the
race to set a pace. You want
to show the get-up and go
that high-strung style reflects ;
Our Michaels-Sterns clothes
will give you as big a lead
in dress as you're out to
achieve in everything. These
clothes are the product of
ambitious workers, and AL-;
WAYS the sign of ambitious
They have the INNER
QUALITY to live up to their
^ittpd ronn i a
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desirable trait in clothes of
They are made and sold with
a single purpose?to match'
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Suits $10 to $30.
Overcoats $10 to $15.
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SLOTH rius ifit U|//ycui ui?w
big boxes and cases come in and ca
All that we ask is that before makh
MEET ME AT
Caldwell & Haltiw;
The Store that Will Not Be Und
During the past w
crowds that ffecked to <
were far beyond our exp
and we were unable to g
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say that we have made
ments to take care of an1
in the future with the 1
vice and want our fr
| come right along to tfte
quality and secure theii
winter goods at prices
We want our iady ci
to know that we have
everything for their con
convenience while in 1
and want them also to r
store headquarters, whel
are bent on buying or on
Meet your friends at
Caldwell & Haltiw;
. The Store of Style and Qua
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JV/JLI !I ' Mviivinuvii^
Ail Phone or j . A
Mail o^rlers I Phone 40 Shi
filled promptly I | ;at_
a Parallel in
of having an "Opening" every cay now.
n be opened and arrranged, and they ar.
ig your purchase you investigate the un
Millinery that Pleases
That we display the Hats most desired
videnced by the extraordinary large nui
f sales at the opening. Usually at Milli
ipenin^s the visitors try on the Hats,
hem on others and admire them, and t
11, noi so here the past week, the Hats
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dmired more than any we ever Had, ana
jere bought on the spot. We lead the C
nas in Millinery styles.
New Tailored Suits
The lively selling in our Suit section si
hat the Mimnaugh Tailored Suits are a
he favorites this season. It is not difficu
nderstand why this concern leads in won
eady to-wear garments after making ar
pection of our collection. It is ck
vident'that the prevailing models are sh
ere. A wonderful collection of new '
uits $12.50 up to $35.00 each.
Double Width Wool Dress Goods
65 and 75c Dress Goods at 49c a y
>on't be misled, see our dress goods be
ive them i
his is to
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3est ser- i
iends to j A
: store of Cp
fall and Ml
that are p
the city, ;
ther they !
J | ANNUAL MEETING,
^ The annual meeting of th
! holders of the Columbia, ?
l'-L-. ! and I^aurens Railroad compan
! hi Id at the office of the comp;
nager. | j Taylor street, Col rnibia, S. C.,
T? 1 October IS, 1915, at o'cioc
len s Dress !
irts 75c value iyou can not De presem in
49c. None Better Iplease ai,ti,orize someone t0
1 ! you. iC. P. Seabi
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New goods are being brought to the
z coming in every day by nearly every
matchable lines on sale here.
you buy, stylish weaves
fresh and new for fall a
nber oi r
see Every department is te<
hat's of the new. 300 ladies s1
were week, special $1.98, $2.'
:aro- New Spo
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checked, every one who sees
you can easily do so for they
gain Mew Skirts i
''t to If a new skirt or waist is e
S expect us to have exactly wl
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L in- raents nave eniargeu uui auc
town The Best Place to Buy
Coat naugh's. The W
For ladies is absolutely the
would be fashionable at all tf
ard. to wear; putty, sand and gra;
jfore | every style heel, toe, etc.
Tuesday Sept. 28th
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World Film Corporation
Grace Washburn j
"When It Strikes Home
With Edwin August and Muriel Ostri<
In 5 Acts
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[ St, Louis may annex all its suburbs
le stock-1 and the entire county in which it is '
sew berry I situated.
y will be ' ?
any, 1124,1 Indianapolis is urged to build a subTuesday,
| way to end traffic congestion in its
k m. If central district ! <
S-trasburg, the capital of Alsace, was j f
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annexed by Germany in 870, taken Dy I.
rook, France in 1681 and recaptured by Ger- j
retary. many in 1870. j
front as fast as, ih,->
freight and express.
?, desirable colors, all
,nd winter, at yd 49c
Bming with the newest
weaters go on sale this
49 and $3.50 each.
ihings, they are striped and
just wants to own one, and
are reasonably prirea.
leeded, you will naturally
iat you want. Fresh ship
ady complete stocks.
Your Shoes is at Mim- /
few Cloth Tops
newest thing, and if one
le "cloth tops are the thing
y tops, lace or button, in
Sarah Bernhardt's leg may be wooden,
but her art! That, at least, is palpitating
with life.?Albany Knickerbocker
To get the real news we suppose it
wouid De necessary to oecome acquainted
with the censor's wife.?Toledo
lures Old Seres, Other Remedies Won't "25.
rhe worst cases, no matter of how long standing,
ire cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Porter's Antiseptic Healing; Oil. It relieves
Pain and Heals at the ^ain". time. 50c,