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The great crowds which continue to come to our GREAT FALL SALE are evide
tried us, we invite you to come to our store and be convinced.
SELLING OUT CLC
Dry Goods, Shoes, Notions and everything else in all our dep
Krsornetore.THE NEW I0
U. S. WOOLEN MILLS CO.
41 North Main Street, Sumter. S. C.
SALE NOW GREATER THAN EVER
Your Choice of 5000 Yards of Higest Grade Woolens
From 4 Big Mills.
For a few Days Only---Don't Miss this
This Great Sacrifice Sale means the greatest opportunity ever offered the public. . We
have bought outright three of the largest Woolen Mills, Baltimore National Tailoring Co..
and another big tailoring concern. No surer or tiner tailoring has ever been made. We are
now placing this entire lot of High Grade Woolens of imported Scotch, -Enzlish and Ameri
can weaves at your disposal at a price within the reach of every man. Your unrestricted
choice of any pattern in the house.
SUIT Or OVERCOAT Made to your MEASURE,
WORTII. FROM' $25 to $45 - NOW
Razors WM Razors
WE do Cleanig Free .MM MFree
Pressing and Re-, M
pairing at a moder- Your choic of 5000 Styles of Highest Grade Woolens.
YOU'L see the cleverest natterns you ever set your eyes on. Every garment is "correct to a hair's breadt.h"
They pre models of the minute. Every garment is "chuck full" of individuality and refinement. They talk
and tell the story. If you've got good eyes and believe what you see, come and see these remarkable patterns
* we are showing. We won't timportune you to buy, because the patterns will do that better. We are ready to
cale fran d-serve you with patterns that you have never been served before, and we ake them to suit your priua
taste and build all at the ONE PRICE, and that one within the reacb of e ry man. We know you wonder
- how we do it. Remember, we do not imitate. You are dealing direct-MILL MAN.
llveed.U. S. WOOLEN MILLS CO.
41 North Main Street, Sumter. S. C.
New Arrivals. : ODTMSAED
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just arrived. We are prepared to show you the cleanests Ifi edo n em;yufrps aos
- lot of stock that has been brought to this market in a ndsii orftr uies
many a year. Come now and make your selection. I or tuy
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Edward Fitzgerald was utterly care
less of his fame. He lived to be an
old man, yet not one in a million of
his fellow countrymen regarded him as
a poet, even If they bad heard his
name mentioned as an old chum of Al
fred Tennysoh. Yet he translated.
"The Rubalyat of Omar Khayyam"
long years before his death. He kept
it "chucking about." apparently nQt
thinking it worth publication, and
when he did print a few copies nobody
took any notice of It. Today it is one
9f the most famous poems in the
First He'd Heard of It.
Harry returned to Sunday school,
= bug absence, on the day on
'tkekets for the annual picnic
were distributed. He trembled in his
seat when the teacher began a quiz
on the lesson of the previous Sunday.
Finally his turn came.
"Harry. who slew Goliath with a
"Honest. teacher." said Harry, "I
don't know; I didn't even know be was
d d."-New York Press.
Just the Other Way.
Old Lady (offering policeman a tract)
-I often think you poor policemen run
u a risk of becoming bad. being so
condtatly mixed up with crime. Po
lleeman-You needn't fear, mum. It's
the criminals wot runs the risk o' be
comin' saints. hein' mixed up with
Mr. Agile (to Mr. Stoutman, running
for a ear)--Hello, old boy! I thought
you were too lazy to run like that. Mr.
Stoutman (languidly)-Easily explain
ed, my dear boy; laziness runs in our
Wife--Do you know I have a very
little mouth. in the glass it doesn't
look large enough to hold my 'tongue
Husband (testily)-It Isn't. - London
Men tire themselves in the pursuit ot
Foley Eidney Pill Succeed
Because they are an honestly madeI
medicine .that releives promptly the
-ffering due to weak, inactive kidneys
td painful bladder action They of
.-r c powerful help to naure in build
ing up the true excretioig kidney tissue
in restoring normal action and releiv
ig bladde-r discomftorts- TRY T HEM
For sale by all dealer~s everywhere. Ad
The Other Woman.
"I don't see' how that woman can
gad about the way she does and neg
let her little children."
"How do you know that she gads
"We get the same girl to take care
of our bablek when we're away froto
home, and she's kept busy over there
fully half-of the time. It provokes me
so to have to be put off so often when
I want to get away."-Chicago Record
Where Ms Was Strict.
LIttle Girl-My mamma is awful
strict. Is yours? Little Boy- Orful.
Little Girl-But she lets you go any
when you want to and Little Boy
bh. she ala't strict with me. Little
Gi-Then who is she strict with?
A dispute once arose between an
English landlord and his tenant. The
atter had given notice to quit, but
would not put a ,blll in his window to'
sy this house was "To Be Let."
To make matters worse, they went to
law about it The judgre. hainig heard
the case, made an order for the de
fendant to put n ill up wIthin four
The landlord wais so overjoyed ut hIs
itory that on the fourteenth day be
took a friend with him nround to the;
house to chaff his tenftnt The lbilI was
up In the window plain enough. but
under it was another bill, whleh ran
"Cause of leaving -bud drains."
Victor Herbert. the composer. once
mid of a musician whose work he dis
"The prophecy that was made about
this chap in his boyhood has conme
true. In his boyhood his mother said
"'Oh, he's such a remarkable child
a perfect prodigy. In fact. He remem
bers every tune he hears.'
"'WelL well!' said a pianist who
'Isn't that a very rare and val
able faculty?' his mother asked.
"'It Isn't rare,' said the pianist. 'but
It's certainly valuable. It will prob
ably enable bim to become in after
years a successful composer.'"
n of the Great Bargair
Lally cut prices; All R
An intelligent foreigner Is said to
ave expressed himself after the fol
owing fashion on the absurdities of
the English language: "When I dis
rovered that I was quick. I was fast;
tf I stood firm. I was fast; if I spent
too freely. I was fast, and that not to
eat was to fast. I was discouraged.
But when I came across the sentence.
-The first one won one el prize.' I was
tempted to give up English and learn
some other language."
Jack-1 hear that you. called on your
girl's father. How did you come out?
Tom-So so' I said to him. "Mr. X.. I
love your daughter." He said. "So do
I; now let's talk of something else."
Jack-And then- Tom-Then-well,
we talked of something else.-Boston
Her Talk Not Dead.
"I understand that yo'ur wife is a
student of the dead languages."
"'Yes," replied Mr. Meekton. "But her
studies are of no particular advantage.
When she talks to me she insists on
using language that I can't fail to pn
Willie-Paw. what is the difference
between genias and talent? Paw
Talent gets paid every Saturday. my
For Weakness and L.oss of Appetite
e 0ltadr gecat gtreut'ening tonic
alaria and builds up the system. A trse to ic
ndeuppetizer'. Foradultsandchildrenl. :nc.
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. quarters, a
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at the lowe;
A large a
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IStand at t'ne
I SEND US YOt
LS you can get. If you have not already
oads Lead to
A New Shipment of
You are sure to fid
something to Suit you
in our stock.
The Ladies 0fitfiiing Co.
Opposite thd Postoffice. Sumter, S. C.
J D. Lemon, Manag or,
Mrs. L Atkinson, Milliner.
now find us in our new
modern building, espec
or a Hardware Store, onri
c of Main and Dugan
~osite Postoffice. We are
Price and Service.
>se to sell the best goods
st possible prices, and are
> give good service to our
nd complete Stock of gen
ecial Hardware, Stoves,
d Heaters. A full line of
sco and Wall Colors. A
1e. of Imported and Do
aa and Glassware.
S HARDWAREC0O 0
MUMTER, S. C.
postoffice and you cannot fail to see us.
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