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Made 41 Bales of Cotton
With Only One Mule
Read ic our Farmers' Year Book or Almanac for
1910 how a planter in Terrell County, Georgia,
made 41 bales of cotton with only one plow, i
record breaking yield, and he had a nine we
drought-the worst in years. His gross income was
$2,098.47 for this crop. You can do it too
liberally, combined with careful seed selection, thorough
cultivation, and a fair season. Ask your fertilizer dealer
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February 19, with privilege of extension to March 7, 1910.
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S8lID! SrJKui FOR Skul!
We wish to thank our customers for the liberal
patronage during the fall.
We b'e to say our Stock is ecmplete in every
Line, anid we can save you money on any article in
We have just unloaded two cars ot Buggies into
our'Repository, and we give the best' guarantee wita
~our goods of any dealer in the county. When itcomzes
to Wagons and Hand-made Harness our competitors
are at a loss.
Our buyer is now in the West and this week we
will anload a car of
Mules and Horses
and can fill-any order.
Full Line of Oliver Chilled Plows and Plow Re
pairs always on hand.
We only ask for your inspection of our Stock be
fore you buy. To look and price, means we trade.
'Wishing you all a merry Christmas, I am yours
for a square deal, small protits and quick sales,
D.M.BR ADHAM & SON1
The decks are cleared for action. I am nowv in the rac
for cash trade, and I have a splendid stock of everything
needed on the farm or in the household.
I cordialiy invite an inspection of my stock of
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods,
.Notions, Shoes, Hats,
Clothing, Crockery, Tin,
Wooden and Hardware.
of all kinds and in large (quantities.
Come to my store, price my goods, examine the <juahty.
and if not as cheap as the cheapest, then (lon buy from me.
I have made special arrangements to do a large cash trade
this season, and I fully realize that [ must, to do busimess.
meet sharp competition. This I have prepared for.
I want your trade.
Rring~Your Job Prioting to The Time98.
A Qucer Ornamcr.:.
Some yearz aL.z -e found in n'scra .
drawer of a pearl embroidered work
box three loc'..s of hair fasteued to
small enamel heiart shap-d mounts.
with silver eyelets. Two were inscrib
ed "11. C. obt. 1eth April. 1604."' --1. C.
16G4." The third had no inscription at
all. In this bKox I now keep an en
graving of a portrait of Eliibeth.
queen of Bobemia. which plainly shows
the curl of hair in tier left ear. attach
ed to a pearl earring. The painting. by
Gerard Honthorst. was engraved by G.
When ! showed there hair earrings
to a gentleman of some considerable
learning he informed me that an uncle
of Anne, wife of King James .. was
afflicted by a malady, still prevalent in
Poland and some parts of iRussia.
which coisists of a growth of hair and
nesh pendent from the ear. on which
It is dangerous to operate owing to the
profuse hemorrhage which ensues. He
added that in consequence of this roy
al infirmity a fashion arose in the six
teenth and seventeenth centuries of
wearing locks of hair pendent from
the left ears. I believe there is a por
trait of a Stuart lady still at Ham
House so adorned.-London Notes and
The Pilot Fish.
A little fish about which many inter
esting fancies cluster is the pilot fish.
Aelian tells us that pilot fishes were
supposed to be kindly disposed toward
sailors and therefore liked to approach
ships. which they continued with and
guided until they reached land. They
werc deemed sancred to Neptune. the
god of the ocean. who protected them
from designed injury: consequently a
ma' who had ventured to eat one soon
afterward lost his son by drowning.
Apollo was said to have changed a
fisherman named Pompilus. who had
crossed him In his loves, into a ,ilot
fish and condemned him for all eterni
ty V% the task of gratuitous pilotage.
He is also said to be a pilot of sharks
and Is said to warn the latter away
from baited hooks ad other dangers
and lead them to food. There really
does exist a str.nge bond of friendship
between the huge shark and this little
member of the mackerel family. which
are often to be seen traveling together.
although the pilot fish's supposed care
to warn Its companion of impending
danger and to provide food for it Is a
fallacy pure and simple.
An English Election Trick.
Corruption at elections in England
took many curious forms in olden cl4ys.
but there have been few more Ingen
lous plans for securing tbe election of
the desired cnndidate than that prae
ticed at Seaford in 1700. It was doubt
ful which way the polling would go
unless a receiving officer could be
found willing to pass some twenty-six
persons who still wanted seventeen!
days to -complete the six months' resi
dence required by law. Accordingly
It was arranged that the candidate
should insist on all the six oaths de
manded by statute being administered
to each voter individually. and this.
together with the time spent in deal
ng with every frivolous objection rais
ed by consel. made It Impossible to I
poll more than four votes a day. so
that the twenty-six where duly quail
fled by the time their turn came to
The Tramp's Reason.
The late Joseph Dorsey of San Jose.!
the famous detective whose best feat
was the capture of Canon Bernard
after a chase from Alaska to Cape
Horn, used to Impute his success to
his knowledge of men.
"A detective.- he would say. -should
know the habits of every class. Then
no disge-ise can deceive him. All men.
even the most unmethodical, have
their habits. Even the tramp has his.j
"'Tou great lVig lazy loafer.' 1 said
to a tramp one December day. 'you
ought to be in jail!'
"'Yes, Algie,' the tramp replied as
he pretended to fix a tr-ocle In his!
eye. TYes: I know it's the correct;
thing for our set at this season. Algie;
but, deuce take It, it's such a mild
winter, don't you know.' "-Ennens
City Star._ ___
An indirect Hit.
A patient who was suffering from a
scalp wound was recently admitted to
a hospital. "How did this happen?"
asked the resident surgeon.
"The wife hit me on the head with a
stone," was the answer.
"It's the first time 1 ever heard of a
woman hitting anything she aimed at,"
the doctor observed jokingly.
"Oh, she didn't aim ai at me! She
was throwing the stone at our neigh
bo's fowls, and I was standing behind
What a Change!
"He used to kiss me every time we
passed through a tunnel before our
marriage," said the little woman, with
"And does he do so now?" asked the
"No; he takes a drink."-Booklynl
"Old Juggleworth died at an ad
anced age, didn't he?"
"On the contrary, he died at a great
ly reduced age. He was really twenty
years older than he said he was."
Jinks-How much do you think a
minister ought to get for marrying a
couple? Filkins-Well, If wholly unac
quanted with them, perhaps he might
be let off with six months.
His Way of Putting It.
Sillicus-Do you believe there Is
honor among thieves? Cynicus-No;
they are just as bad as other people.
Took A11 His Money.
Often all a man earns goes to doctors
or for medicines, to cure a Stomnach,
Liver or Kidney trouble that Dr. King's
New Life Pills would quickly cure at
slight cost. Best for Dyspepsia, Indi
restion. Billiousness. Consti pat ion,
Jaundice, Malaria and D~ebility. Sc.
at all druggists.
The Code of Hammurabi.
The so called "code of Hlammurabi"
was brought to light during the exca
vations oa the site of Babylon and is
looked upon as being one of the very
oldest if not the oldest of all known
records. It is belie' ed to be at least
1000 years older than the Mosaic law.
King Hanmmurabi reigned over Baby
!on about the year Z300 B. C.. and the
laws he Inscribed on the clay tablets
for the moest part no doubt long antc
date that tiene. The Mosaic law Is
supposed to have been given to Israel
about 1200 B. C.. and it would appear,
therefore, that the Hammurabi code
has the much greater antiquity.-New
York A meicn.n
A Fish That Gives Paint.
Teweli ;-- bro-wr tigmenlt ca"il
ed sepia is obtained fron : tel :rned
o,-tolaus found principally in the Med
iterraneaa and more esieci:tlly at the
head of the .1driatic sea. where it is
cau;ht by the n:itives for food.
The sejia is contained in a i:z;z and
is really the black fluid of which we
have all read as bein;: discharged by
the creature to cover its escape. Some
naturalists say that the fluid Is brown
Ish. which beTones more credible when
we know that this is the source of
sepia. The pignent is really a powder
which disselves in water. Its stren:th
may be estimated by the fact that it
will color 1.000 times its own bulk.
When the octopus has been killed the
sack or bag Is removed and dried to I
prevent putrefaction. The sepia is
treated with ammonia or caustic soda.
washed and dried. It Is one of the
most durable of paints. except when
fully exposed to the fierce rays of the
sun, and an even surface can be ob
tained with It more easily than with
most paints. Sepia has been obtained
from a fossil cuttlefish thousands of
years old and found to be quite good
The Change From Black to Red.
See that little woman who just
went oat' remarked a Fourr.i avenue
milliner to a customer. "Neticed that
red hat, did you? Well, as a milliner
and a person whose business it is to
study the different characteristics of
women I have watched her for twol
years. it has been a kind of study of
the -evolutions of a widow.'
"Two years ago she came to me, re
cently bereaved. and bad we make her
a hat ot deepest black. She was bro
ken hearted and declared she wouid
never again take an interest in the
pretty things that women like to wear.
A year ago she came again.
'Don't you think I might have the
least bit of white In my new hat? she
"'Yes.' I said; '1 think you might.'
and the hat was made. Three months
later she came for another hat, and
she stood for a little touch of laven
der. Next she had a big white plume.
and last week I made her that red
hat. It just shows what time will do
in lifting up a heart bowed down."
If he hadn't been a dreadful bore
and the hour wasn't so late it is quite
possible the lovely girl would have
refrained from the exer:-ise of a stra
tegic scheme, says the Cleveland Plain
"Hark!" she whispered as he paused
in the midst of a long winded de
scription of his camping outfit.
-What !s ity' he whispered In re
She smiled reassuringly.
"It's only papa. He must be oiling
"And what is the releaser?"
"It's one of papa's Ingenious
schemes. Every night, at exactly 11
o'clock, he pulls up a brass chain that
releases our brindle bull pup from
his annex adjoining the kitchen; that's'
And she laughed merrily. The caller
glanced at the clock on the mantel.
It Indicated 10:57.
"I find I must go." he said in aj
slightly hurried manner. "And good
Punishment For Perjury.
Perjury is a crime more severely
punished in Germany than In any oth-'
er country In the world. Even an ap
parently trivial misstatement under
oath carries a sentence of ten years in
prison. Excepting murder, there are.
few crimes that carry as heavy a pen
alty as perjury. The German theory is
that the entire system of jurispru
dece rests on the respect for an oath
administered under the forms of law
and that this must be strictly guardled
in order to secure the punishment of
other crimes and insure justice in civil
cases. Germany stands at one extreme
and the United States at the other.
Fewer people are punished in the
United States for false swearing in'
the witness box than in any other
Lord Fitzfoodle, casting himself onI
ls knees before Araminta, gave ut-.
tence to the following: "Oh. that I
could snatch a pine from some prime
vai forest: I would sharpen the end
with my penknife. dip it In the molten
crater of 1'esuvlus and write upon the:
azure wall of heaven in letters of llv
ing fire. 'Aranmlta. I love thee!'"
Theory and Practice.
"Dinglebat has original ideas about
family government. He says every
home should be a lIttle republic, where
universal toleration prevails and every,
one has a voice In the government."
"Yes; his family is managed on that
plan. But he and Mirs. Dinglebat have'
the same old wrangle every day as to
who shall he president."
The Foolish Man.
"I see." said the landlady. "that a
man in Ohio has got himself into trou
ble by marrying two women."
"Huh" growled the bachelor board
er. "Just as though one wife couldn't
make trouble enough!"-Chicago News.
Remember on every occasion which!
leads thee to vexation to apply this
principle-that this is not a misfortune.
but that to bear It nobly ai good for
His Own Sphere.
"You a doctor: Why, nobody in his1
senses would employ you!"
"Perhaps not. but I'm going to be
a doctor to lunatics'"
High birth is a poor dish on the ta
Hocarse Coughs, Staffy Colds,
nain in ches. and sore lungs. are symn:
ios that quickly develoy into a dan-I
Izerous illness if the cold is not cured.I
Foley's Honey and Tar stops the cough.I
heals and eases the congested parts, and
bring" quick relief. W. E. Brown &
Tons of Pmns.
Nothing better shows the bigness of
little things than the muanufacture of
pins. In England there are made each
week between fifteen and sixteen tons
of the small necessaries, the materials1
being iron, steel and brass. The year
ly production would amount to about
10 tons. The number of pins includ
ed In this great weight would make
any ordinary figures seem insignilicatt
-would. in fact, defy realization or
comprehension. Germany also makes
great quantities of pins, her produc
tion totaling about 144 tons a year.
The United States makes great quan
tities of pins and Imports many from
England. Most of the latter country's
output is manufactured in Birming
ham by two firms. one of which has
been in existence nearly a century and
the other over a century.-Philadelphia
Nrth A merican.
Getting Away From Land.
The quesiomn has he-n ;iSked. l it
possible to sail l.000o Ki!-s (reti n ::d ?
This can be done at ,everal points.
By leaving S:in Francisco :nd sai:
ing northwestward into the nortl:i
Pacitle a spot is reached wiere the.e
is no land. not eveu on islet. for .
miles iii any dirction. So. too. sazi
ing fron the southern point of Kam
chatka svutheastwa rd -ships reach a
joint equally distant froow land of
any kind. the uearest to the norzh
being the .\leutian islands and to the
south the outlying members of the
Sandwich group. In the southern
Indian ocean it is possible to sail
1,000 miles out from the southern
points of Australia and New Zealand
and still be as far from any other
land. and the same may be done In a
westerly direction from Cape Horn.
Indeed, from this point a much longer
distance might be reached. for the
southern Pacific between the Horn
and New Zealand covers a space of
SO degrees of longitude and 40 of lat!
tude of absoauteiy unbroken sea, mak
ing Its central point over 1.200 miles
How Every Man Should Vote.
-Anybody who doesn't vote my way
is a darned fool!" exclaimed a little
man on an outbound trolley car.
"What's thatr asked a big man.
turning around in his seat and looking
"Any body who doesn't vote my way
is a darned fool!" repeated the little
"Did I understand you aright?"
asked the big man. rising from his
seat and coming back to the rear of
the car where the little man was sent
The little man looked the big man
over. but he was game and said once
more. -Anybody who doesn't vote my
way is a darned fool!"
"Hold on a minute said the big man.
who seemed on the point of starting
something. "Fir: tell me which way
you are going to vote."
A foxy gleam shot into the eyes of
the little man. and be piped as daunt
lessly as ever. -I'm going to vote any
way I darned please."-Birmingham
Hagenbeck in his book says that bab
oons are caught in traps made much
like the huts of savages. Food Is put
into the huts. And once the baboons go
Inside a trapdoor closes behind them.
Outside baboons make a great to do
and urge the prisoners to escape.
When the trappers come the captured
baboons are terror stricken and try to
force their heads through the walls of
the huts. One baboon was caught
three times in the same trap. and sev
eral when turned loose got back into,
the same trap a second time. When
the baboons are carried away all their
omrades thereabout climb into trees
and scream out to the prisoners. who
answer in sad, mournful voices. On
one occasion some big Arabian bab
oons were trapped. when 2.000 or 3.000
baboons hurid themselves upon the
trappers. who had hard work to save
themselves with firearms and clubs.
As the trappers were forced back the
victorious baboons tore up the trap
nd turned loose the captured baboons.
Ink at $100 a Pound.
"The best India ink-It should really
be called China Ink-never leaves Chi
a." said a missionar;. "It costs $100
a pound. and the scribes use it In writ
ing the correspondence of the royal
fmily and the mandarins. India ink~
Is made of the oil of r-aisonous seeds
fthe sesamum or coiza tree. Varnish
and pork fat are added to the oil, and
then, by means of combustion, all Is
hanged to lampblack. The lampblack
paste mixed with glue Is beaten for
days on an anvil, and musk is gradu
ally mixed in to giv-e perfume and the
purest gold leaf to give a rich luster.
Finally the ink Is dried in molds for
about a month. What makes the best
ndia Ink so costly Is its purity and.
above all, the long time given to Its
combustion and subsequent beating.
f you saw its beauty you wouldn't
think it dear at $100 a pound."-Phila
Young man, I had decided upon
your Immediate discharge. One big
redeeming trait of your character as
just now revealed restrains~ me. Your
loyalty Is all that saves you. Stick
p for your house every time. A
salesman's five cardinal points are
loyalty, enthusiasm, hard work, per
sistence and tact. You have much of
the first four and none of the last.
Smooth yourself down. You talked
to the lumber company man at the
wrong time. When he said he was
too busy yon should have smiled and
got out. You can only sell to a man
when he Is In the right mood.-Book
A tramp went into a farmhouse re
ently, and, seeing no one but an old
woman, he said in very fierce tones.
"Give me a drink of milk or else"
But a man came behind him sud
denly and, catching him by the neck.
said, "Else what?"
"Else water." said the tramp hum
H-a who is his own monarch content
edly sways. the scepter over himself.
not envying the glory to the crowned
heads of the earth.-Sir Thomas
How to Do It.
If you value your friendships, don't
borrow money. don't lend money.
don't advise others how to Invest their
The darker the cloud the brighter the
un when he breaks through the rift.
A Safegard To Children.
"Our two children of six and eicht
-ears have been since infancy subject to
ls and croup. About three years ago
Istred to use Foley's Honey and Tar.
and it has never failed to prevent and
cure these troubles. It is the only med
iine I can get the children to take with
out a row." The above from W. C. Orn
stein. Green Bay. Wis.. duplicates the
experiences of thous.ands of other users
f Foley's Honey and Tar. It cures
oughs, -colds andl croup, and prevents
bronchitis and pneumonia. W. l.. Brown
. Prejudiced Opinion.
"What did the poet mean when, he
called his country 'the land of the
free and the home of the brave?'"
"He was probably referring to bach
elors and married men." s.aid old Mr.
Smithers sadly.-Straly Stories.
Logic and Sophistry.
Litle Willie-What is logic, pa? Pa
-Logic, my son, is your line of argu
ment in a controversy. ILittle Willie
And what Is sophistry? Pa-The other
Story of Lady Hamilton.
The story of Amy Lyon. the daugh
ter of the bumble Cheshire villager.
who by her wondrous beauty rose to
a pitch of European renown, Is an as
tonishing instance of beauty's pomer.
The future Lady Hamilton was chris
tened Amy. but after tryIng the vari
ous changes of Amyly. Emayly and
Emily finally adopted Emma and.
wishing also a change of surnatixe.
christened herself Hart when rt six
teen she came to London as lady's
maid. After an extraordinary career
of vicissitudes she came under the pr>
tection of the Hon. Charles Greville.
who introduced her to Romney. who
was inspired by her loveliness to paln
from her some of his finest pictures.
She also sat to teynolds. Hcppner and
Lawrence and to numerous artists in
Italy when at twenty-eight she bad
become the wife of the ambassador
at Naples. Sir William Hamilton.
There she met Nelson. and thereafter
her history is Intwined with his own.
She was obliged at fifty to flee from
her creditors to Calals. where she died
in 1S1-.-London Strand Magazine.
Waco and Arkansas.
Every town has a right to pronounce
Its name in its own way, but 'rexans
never seemed to get together on the
pronunciation of the name "Waco."
Years ago Texas was represented by
two senators, one of whom called the
town "Way-ke." whereas the other In
sisted It was "Wack-ko." The reading
clerks had a merry time. If the word
were read one way the opposing sena
tor would make a complaint, and vice
It recalls the time when Arkansas
was represented in the senate by Gar
land and Walker. One insisted that
the state should be called "Ar.:ansas."
just as it is spelled. The other always
insisted upon -Arkansaw." John J.
Ingalls. who was presiding officer of
the senate in those days. had the mat
ter down to such a nicety that he
would recognize the one as "the sena
tor from 'Arkansas'" and the other
as "the senator from 'Arkansaw: " be
ing very careful to'give each senator
his favorite pronunclation.-Washing
ton Cor. St. Louis Star.
Opened His Eyes.
The dapper little traveling man
glanced at the menu and then looked
at the pretty waitress. -Nice day. lit
tle one." he began.
"Yes. it is." she answered. -and so
was yesterday, and my name is Ella.
and I know I'm a little peach and
have pretty blue eyes. and I've been
here quite awhile and like the place.
and I don't think I'm too nice a girLt to
be working in a hotel. If I did I'd quit
my job. And my wages are satisfac
tory, and I don't know If there Is a
show or a dance in town tonight. and
if there is I shall not go with you.
and I'm from the country, and I'm a
respectable girl. and my brother Is
cook in this hotel. and he weighs 2o00
pounds. and last week he wiped up
this dining room floor %'th a fresh
fifty dollar a month traveling man
who tried to d!irt with me. Now.
what'll you hare?"
The dapper little traveling man said
he was not very hungry and a cup of
coffee and some hot cakes would do.
Lord Southey's Guillotine.
The most eccentric action of an ec
centric man was Lord Southey's cool
arrangement for suicide by means of
a guillotine. He had a magnificent one
erected In the drawing room or his
house in the Rue du Luxembourg at
Paris. The machine was of ebony An
laid with gold and silver, the frame
work crned with artistic skill: the
knife, sharp as a razor, was of polisbe
and ornamented steel. Preparing t&
death, his lordship bad his hair cut
close, and, clothed In a robe of white
silk, he kneeled upon the platform un
der the knife before a mirror and
pressed the spring which should re
lease the knife. But the spring failed
to work, and the would be suicide de
cided to give the guillotine to a mn
seum instead of making a second at
tempt to end his life. It is said that
e made an annual pilgrimage to see
the guillotine until the end of his life.
How the Chinese Preserve Grapes.
To preserve grapes the Chinese cat
a circular piece out of a ripe pumpkin
or gourd, making an aperture large
enough to admit the hand. The In
terior Is cleaned out, the grapes placed
inside and the cover replaced and
pressed in firmly. The pumpkins are
then put in a cool place, and the
grapes retain their freshness for a long
time. Careful selection of the pump
kin is requisite, the common field
pumpkin, however, being well adapted
for une purpose.
Quite Willing to Migrate.
A. traveler passing through a fes'er
infected locality saId to an Irish resi
"Pat. I'm surprised that you stay In
a place where people die so thick and
"Faith." rejoined Pat. "if you'll be
afther tellin' me av a place where
payple niver die 0i'i1 move there to
morry an' end me days."
His Relay Stunt.
Dad. I was simply great in relay
events." boasted the boy fron' college
"dood enough. son1 We'll make use
of them talents. Your ma will soon
be ready to relay the carpets."-Louis
rile Courier-Jour. "il.
Miles of Them.
Lady (in modern bookstore)-I wish
to see all of the latest books. Sales
man-Very well, madam. Will you
kndy step on board this scenie rail
There is record of wheat growing in
.hina as far back as 3000 B. C.
.ore people are taking F.,ley's Kid
ney Remedy every year. It iscorsid
ered the mouL etfective remedy for ail
kidney and blidder troubles that medi
cal science can devise. Foley's Kidney
Remedy corrects irregularities. builds
u the system. and restores lost vitair ty.
W. E. ilrown & ('o
The Nearest He Ever Came to it.
"Colonel," she asked. "have you ever
been up in a balloon?"
"No," he answered. "but I got to
talking art to a Boston lady once, and
she had me away up In the air Inside
of two minuntes."-Eichange.
Persevering mediocrity is much
more respectable and unspeakably
more useful than talented Inconstancy
Wanted Her to Have the Best.
Nell - Rather conceited. isn't he?
Belle-I should say. He said the best
was none too good for me, and then
he proposed.-Philadelphla Record.
It's usually when a man speaks with
out thinking that he says what he
hni-s Phinnainlhin Record.
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
and has been made under his per
sonal supervision since its infancy.
Allow no one to deceive yonin this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and children-Experience against Experien.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opiumz, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cres Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach und Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
CENUINE CASTORIA ALwAYs
Bears the Signature
The Kid YOU Ham Always Bo11t
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Really was the first successful Pole climber
COOK OR PEARY?
To this question much doubt is attached, but when
comes to the question as to the best establishment v.
which to shop, there is no doubt but that
Is The Place.
Our handsome Fall Stock is now being displayed an
no one. should fail to see it whether for pleasure or profi.
Both Mrs. Muldrow and Mrs. Elliott of our Dress
Making Department have retul ned from their style study
ing visit to New York and they will teli you if you should
wear the Artichoke, Raisin, Plum, Calves' Liver, Stone
-Green, Amethyst, Mustard, Copper Achemenes, Catawb:-.
or Camel-Brown Shade. In or enlarged
The new Coat Dresses and Jersey-Top Trottean Suits
have already proven their popularity on account of their
gracefnl lines and perfect tit, and nothing is allowed to
go out of this Department which doesn't reflect cred~t
upon the entire store. Another shipment of those muca -
talked of Capes are expected to arrive this week. Thev
are shown in eight colorings and Black.
Our House Furnishings
Such as Table Linens, Towels, Art Draperies. Win
dow Hangings in Cathediral effects. Sheetings, Sheets.
Pillow Cases, Blankets, White Marseilles Spreads, Down
Quilts, Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, Portiers, Tapestry Table
Covers. Toilet Soaps and Perfumeries are suggesti-:e
more of high quality than low price. Qualhty in these
iines has always been our Motto, and we see to it that
the quality is good.
Some time ago we discovered a cure for dissatisfac
Ition among users of Shoes and Hosiery. You can get a
fres. prescription by mail from our Shoe Department. or
better still, call in person at
SUMnTER, S. C.
TO THE TINES OFFICE.
KILL~hCOUOM Notice of Discharge.
ANDCUjREILUANGS c n J - J~n iic PCQ fl'
of bra r .- 19 A. f.r i*-:ter- of d -
N~ll DI~cO yEin . .. J.anuary. 'l.
E OLDS ~mzr'r otice of Discharge.
SmDAILTNRATAD LUNG TROUBLES 1i1 appl'v to the -ludre of Pr.
02 ONERE/Noo- charge as Admnistrator of th - :Lt
________ -of Norman L. Carraway. deamtd
akes Kidneys and RaiM.- Right ?Paxville. S. C., .fanuary .... .910.