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Isaac Hamburger & Sons & Michaels,
Stern represent the best values ob
tainable in CLOTHING.
These two well known lines are
handled exclusively in Sumter by
us. and we can fit you regardless of
whether you take a stoat, slim or
'PH ONE Ei The
C CALL i
It is human nature to try and get
the biggest value a dollar will buy
-we are human-and take just as
much pride in buying goods to offer
you as you take in satisfying your
E HAVE answered the
call for better shoes by
putting in a complete line
of LONGWEAR SHOES-the
more you wear them, the better built to fit
and give foot comfort from the first time you wear them, and will give'
longer wear than any other shoes for the same money. We are show
ing some exclusive patterns in Men's, -Women's and Children's shoes
this season that are the latest word in style-nobby lasts for the young
people and conservative lasts fo h oesdt. ecnftyou upin
Mdetal, Vici, White Buck or White Canvas-give us ~ . *
the chance to prove the superior worth of LONG- ..
R. R. JENKINSON,
Planning, S. C.
859 BRIGHTEN UI?
To Columbia. S. C.. and
return Including~ Admis- O R F R IU E
sion into State Agricul
tural and Mechanical
Fair and Automobile
Races. Oct. 27-31.JstahtecnforNWVANh
* On account of State An gri-il u GldLo" nyu
cultural anid Mechanical Fair' iigTbeadCar.TeeSan r
and Automobile Races. the aefo ietpget n h etw
Atlantic Coast Line offers the
above attractive rate-children '(18Wth'Imaenykilofritr
over.5 years of age and un-j loknw
der 12, half fare. For all THYPI.SANADVRIH
trains Oct. 27 to 31, (teept InoeeetinEstoap.Ayby
for train No. 55 due to arrive
Columbia 11.10 p, mn.. Oct. iodoi.Iic oll;itanStisfo
31 ) Limited to rto-hl o.rigi- B 4 5.cn
ual starting point not later
thtan midnight of Nov. 2,
1913, T e itJw tr
W, J. Craig,
Paa. Traffic Mngr. ________
C..3 . IJ~LADSUYOUR DERN T IST,
* Dxvis W1D~:M CIVIL EaGINEER. can ofiou N vEr BaV o R aNing
TAOIN willAputAa,"GANook" on C.u
MAN~iNG. . c. ade ov r om ine st imeo Pande bes we7
It is a Recogni
that in this age appe
for much. The man
dressed, prosperous al
many advantages ove
who has no regard for
We make a study
ing business, and can I
book as well as your f
LUCKY BASEBALL FLUKE.
Think of a Plsyer Making a Home Run
on an Infield Flyl
-In all the years I have been attend
ing baseball games-and they are more
than I would care to number-there Is
one play which stands out in my mind
as the greatest I have ever seen," says
a eontributor to the American Maga
"There was no wonderful skill em
bodied In the play. It was, I suppose,
pure luck. But the fact remains that I
have never seen it duplicated nor ap
proached, and it is, so far as I know.
unique in the annals of baseball.
"The game was one between Wash
ington and Cincinnati back in thedays
when Washington was In the National
league. - The score was 1 to 0 in Cin
cinnati's favor in the last half of the
ninth. Two men were out, and Wash
ington had a runner on second, with
Wilmot at the bat. On the ftrst ball
pitched Wilmot swunghard and knock
ed an ineld fly, the highest I have
ever seen. The ball went up and up
until It was risible only as a tiny
"With the crack of the bat the run
ner on second had started for home.
and he crossed the plate before the
ball began to fall. Buck Ewing, Cin
cinnati's first baseman; McPiee, who
played second. and 'Germany' Smith.
the shortstop, all gathered between
first and second awaiting for the ball
to drop. Wilmot sped around the
bases at top speed and passed thIird as
the ball tell just inside the triangle of
"The ball struck the hard earth of
the line and bounded high In the
- M g having to wait rur it to de-'
Sa second time before he could
throw home. Wilmot slid
a .e plate and was safe, having
we agame with a home run on an
infield fly, a feat which has never been
duplicated in professional baseball."
Will G. Richmond, a residen of Iu.
glewood, Cal.. will answer any in
qulaes about Foley's Honey and Tar
compaund. He says further "Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound has greatly'
benefted me for bronchial trouble and
cough, aster I used other remedies
that failed. It's more like a food that
a medicine." Do not accept a substi
tute-for sale by all dealers every
Even the remotest towns in Japan
have their moving picture shows, and
in large cities they seem to be nearly
as plentiful as on this side of the Pa
cinec. - In Yckohamna there Is a whole
street of them, and, as the program of
each Is endless and each picture is an
nounced in huge symbol's en a separate
varegated banner flying from a tall
bamboo pole, the aspect of Theater
street is startlingly unique. The pic
tures Illustrating the sensational points
of the programs above the entrances
and at their sides have a certain
quaintness about them, which is ac-,
centuated by the fact that they are all
orIginals, not mere stereotyped adver
tisemnents printed in raw colors- The
"getas" or wooden sandals of the spec
tators are deposited on a rack before
the entrance to a moving picture show,
for where other people take off their
hats the Japanes~e leave their shoes
The Family Coagh Medicine.
In every home there should be a bot
te of Dr. King's New Discovery, ready
for immediate use when any member of
the family contracts a cold or a cough.
Prompt use will stop the spread of sick
ness. S. A. Stid, of Mason, Mich.,
writes: "My whole family depends upon
Dr. King's New Discovery as the best
cough and cold medicine in the world.
Two 50c. bottles cured me of pneu
monia." Thousands of other families
have been equally benefited and depend
entirely upon Dr. King's Ne w Discovery
to cure their coughs, eolds, throat and
lung troubles. Every dose helps.
Price 50c. and 81.00. All druggists.
H. E Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia
or St. Louis. Advt.
A Duty Well Done.
Tlhe- teachetr bad been giving a long
,tu tre to, the juvenile class on the sub
leet~ of mo"rals
"'Now. Haurry." she said, "what is our
duty toward our neighbors?'
"To keep' an eye on 'em," was the
She- The tried and lovIng husban8
is one who when his wife has the neu
ralgia suffers more than she does. He
-And she generally sees to it that he
Sign of Wealth.
"Is be rlchy'
''ay he's sqo rich that his neighbois
ave all begun to tell what they'd de
for charity if they' bad his maone."-w
Detroit Free P'ress.
arances count to inv
with a well
ppearance has or Ov
r his neighbor
things of this at $1(
of the Cloth- W
it your pocket Clothi
There are only a few Old Glories
in the Annapolis collection of 173 his
toric flags, but each is connected with
some incident that gives it the honor
of its present position. There is the
thirty-one starred Dag that flew be
side the sunrise flag of .lapan when
the close shut doors of that island
kingdom were pried open for American
commeree. The old flag. that Lieuten
ant Charles Haywood defended so ga
lantly in 1847 at San Jose, Lower Cali
fornia. is there to recall the story of
how he and his tiny garrison held an
old mission house for over three
months against an overwhelming Mex
ican force. Here, too, are a few re
minders of our history's saddest war.
Side by side in the one case are draped
the ensign of the UnioA man-of-war
Kearsage and the stars and bars of
the ensign of the Confederate cruiser
Albemarle. Another treasure"s the
ensign of the battleship Maine, which
was recovered fourteen years after
the catastrophe in Havana harbor.
Diamonds and Wealth.
A famous French scleneist estimates
that all the diamonds recovered in the
I hiatory of the world could be packed
in a box three feet wide, six feet high
and eight feet long and would weigh
less than thirty tons.
It seems almost beyond the power of
mind to grasp the fact that a treasure
worth more than a billion dollars in
gold could be contained In so small a
space. The'high value of the gems Is
sil more strikingly Illustrated by the
fact that gold to the value of a billion
dollars would weigh more than 4,000,
(100 pounds. Diamonds as a measure
et money occupy a large place in civiii
aton. But when one takes into con
sieration how far diamonds are from
constituting the real wealth of natIons
or a measure of brains, of true socIal
standing or worth while success in
life the enormous expenditure of hu
man energy .represented by the pile
of gems valued at ai billion dollars is
an appa~ lling waste.--ChIcago Herald.
Henry A. Johnson, a business man
of L'An se, Mich.' writes: "For years,
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound for
couges and eaids has been our family
medicine. We give it to our children,
who like it on account of its pleasant
caset. It is a safe cure for coughs and
wlds." It contains no opiates. For
sale by all dealers every where. Adv.
MEPHISTOPH ELES. I
Nd Satisfactory Proof as to the Originl
-of the Name Exists.
There has been much discussion con
'cerning the origin of the word Meph
istopheles .in the past, which has,
oreover, as yet ended in no very sat
isfactory conclusion. Some very bi
:zarre explanations had been propound
ed before the time of Goethe, who was
himself forced to own to the music~n
Zelter in a letter of Nov. 20, 1829, "I
~nnot give any definite answer to the
quiestion, 'Whence comes the name
According to one theory it was a hy
brid Greco-Hebraic formation of me
phis and tophel (the liar); according
to another its ety'mology was entirely
Greek-very dubious Greek-mephos
tohilos, "he who does not love the
light" Though -this derivation is hard
jly acceptable, it appears that this'was
the original form of the name, the sec
fond vowel being replaced by I at firsta
in England. whence it was taken Into
the popular Gernian mysteries.
In the "Goethe Jahrbuch" Herr
Oehke gives an enitimIY novel deriva
tion which, if farfetched, has at least
the merit of originality. It is based on
two naines round tu chapters 4 and
15 of the second book of' Samuel.
Pephiboshetu and Architophel. He
:e~inds us that it was customary mn
the middle ages when giving names to
'evil spirits to refer to the Old Testa
:ment; hence the combinationl "Meph
The explanation is not perceptibly
:more absurd than others. Goethe him
viated form Mephisto when It suited
the exigencies of hIs meter. it may be
Sremembered that this particularly ir
d :tated Schopenhauer, who wrote In his
~pamphet "On the Murder Verhun
zung) of the German Language. "The
foolish desire for brevity goes so far
as to cut off even the devil's tail by
writing Mephisto for Mephistopheles."
For Infants and Children.
T. Kind You Have Always Bought
Cass md Sores, Other RemedIes Won't Cure.
The orst cases, no matter of howlong standing,
re nrod by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Peiter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves
Pain and Reals at the same time. 25c, 50s, $1.00
.a.-eth annah ad healaland~s
f You Do Not Care Our Boys' Department
est as much as $15 in a Suit is stronger than ever this season.
Suits and Overcoats at popular
arcoat, we have other makes prices.
IN OUR HAT DEPARTMENT
1, $12.50 and $13.50.
:1$250ad$1.0 will be found No Name and Stetson
e are prepared to supply your Hats. and in our SHOE DEPART
MENT, Walk-Over Shoes insall leath
wil b fo N170
Has an in our SHEDEAT
Sis proving an important factor todeer many customers.
*The first idea in the buying of SHAW & McCQLLUM'S Shoes is to offer a
a line tflat .,ets away from the mere pirice-cutting element of retailing.
Tdthis wpringas itorer qualy imery il from the
* buigoeThe rstoai the labuch of SHA'WorkMcCLU'SSosn.oofe
SHAW & McCOLLUM's Ser
vice includes muore than quality .
ft of construction. We believe our
styles are tho foremost in the
- shoe trade in Sumter today.
SHAW & McCOLLUM'S Ser
vice offers you an efficiency in
the size of our stock that means
- a full line of sizes in popular
styles always ready to be found
in our store.
You will find our Shoes the
substantial kind of merchandise
* ~that you will want to buy again.3
* Shawe& Mcoluecall C.~ay
' Speeds of the Stars.
Y':rs of 20-diuous resea.':rc~h have re
veaedtht te tas nary llmove
thirty miles per second, our star. the
sun moving about thirteen miles perTH
second. Bat the rapid stars, those
eight or nine seconds of arc per year
are flying at such terrific velocites'~
that they form a class by themselves. TreieSC.
Their speeds are between 100 and 500
ofe ther second. the latter being thatih cmie aiacnfdne ossec n
oftehuge sun Arcturus. The attrac- r.ey.Tebgmnitthbgroladhelte
tion of the quantity of miles in all mnwt h iterl r lk ecmd u or
suns-that is, bodies that are visible aeoe tobr wrs nd ep ior ale. Orp -
is totally unable to cause these im- oei omk u aka uul eei otecr
mense velocities. This shows that the ' uiyi eea n t arn npraua.W n
quantity of invisible matter is far vieyutstrach kng contw hu,
greater than that in the 100.000.000
visible bodies. The quantIty of matter
able to Impart a speed of 100 to 500
miles per second is far beyond all im
aginaton. - Eagar Lucien Larkin in' isl.EuaeteLf ad
New York American. tssidhtaterinsaosi Dr anl.awlkon(rmf
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