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Ladies Q64tW fli Sizes, Worth $12.00 at
... . ... .. . ... .. .. ... .. .. $5 98 -
Ladies Sport Costs Nobby, All Co'ors, up
to date, Worthb$1000 .at ..........49
Ladies Coats Pore Wool, All Worsr.-d,
Worth $8.00 at ... . ...... .$3 98
Misses Coats, All Colors, Worth $8.00 atI
..... ...... ...... ..$3.98
We guess you wond
MtAANY a time we receive a telegram from oui
- LV any representatives, saying-that 'they hav(
just bought 1,6000 pairs of Shoes. or 700 Suits ol
Clothes, Etc., as the case may be. "Send money by
.wire." - The money goes out immediately, fnd upon
arrival of the goods, we loose no time in disposing
of them. We believe in quick sales and small profits.
We pay cash for everything we get; and get cash for
everything we sell. We don't have 'to charge you
for morgy that some dishonest person beats us out of.
A few months ago we-received a shipment of a
Just Below the Post Office.
BEWARE---There is only 4
Pa In lack And Rheamatisma. ________
Torment thonsands of peopej REA A
daily. Don't be one of these suffe~r- ,P EA TI
era when for so little coet you can
get well rid of the cause. Foley
Kidney Pills begin their good work
frotn their very first dose. They ex
ert so direct an action on the Kid
ney and Bladder that the pain and
tornet of back ache. rheumatimu:
and kidney trouble is soon dispelled
For sale by all deale es every where
Always to think the worst, I bare
everfoundto be themark of amean
spirit and a base soul.-Bolingbroite.
A Maker Of Health.
A iood aonest medicine like Fow.'
Kidney Pills gives health t-> in in
families. Mr s. Pahuer. 63-> W b
St.. tireen Bay; WVis. was serios=
ill with kidniev aned bladde-r t roub'
Mr Palmer writes: "My wife is rap
Idly recovering hier health ani
strength due so'ely to tht. use Aipe ta
Foley Kiduey Pull.." For sale by .. b~e;esemp
detle-rs every wh..re. ad v. ~ ppsfrdal
Almott Hopeless Case. am n ~~gt
Mrs. Flimmins is worried Lbout her aoegon;j i
new husband. Sne fears he will never wtrhs o a?
become ee~ant an rempned bscaus
he cannotblarneto pst nstemonocl
Decxapepes for drawir
come uncommengwithin;the pep
beertomeen band befned because b
he roaneot ew o p hyscia mns.e
ere isawisting thes mdout wht eic AR ENCA
nAl crsatio of teucaolwic
Dosn"tat ion codradstyma."e
soet uncommniii the frehxtr.
gereation" rhacs been restanchy
Tor ic witofte "on'ts a-which
ythe co say id ofevet the qan
"Do't void he T f~reish r."
no will flnd Chamberlain's ('ough
lemedy mtost excelleint. Sold b'
"Are you acquainted with Airs. Hi
ly, your fashionable neighbor?" "Only
aroundabout way. Her ea boards'
Bees Stopped Railway Traffno. y aetobo
-Beeun held up railway traffic on the u thfitaper
London and North-Western'mal linethseodheltr
near Shap Summit for several hours o al nSpcb
recently. The bees swarmed in a sig- hrysugI l
ntal lamp. No relief was forthcominbg yThfeasar
until an official from. Penrith diparofsasdoat
Areass th. Livur and Puifies fte Blood tsi ~ielaf
ic Old Standard general strengthening tonic. acdpstd
RovE'STAsTELEss chill TONIC, aroumes the The rsae
erostiodries~aarioutftbeioon than seeod upthe te
bul~wtkuV8.. orault aidchldrn. sli.te ~rs.i the lea n
HZ O STI
~er how we can do it,.
well known brand of Shoes, comprising in all 1232
pairs. One week after their arrival, we had I4 pairs
left out of the entire lot. This is the case many and
manva time, not only with shipments of shoes, but
with everything pertaining to our line.
If all the goods received in our store in the lastt
year. and sold in Sumter and vicinity could be placed
inl one train, each car measuring 25 feet in length, it
would take 2,1 i0 cars, making a string tenl miles
kong, or about enough to reach from Sumter to May
esvlll. This statement is in accordance with the
)NE "WRECK STORE." Some uniscruplous
A * FOUN!
- who came~
- before th
.. . - -' broke out
birth t e
gfmixture after boIling; g, large pipe carrying the wor
spry-arrl;a, lower end of steam-pipe with cros- otheirdn
inch openings for escape of steam; P, platform onee antheir r<
s supplying water from elevated tank er steam-Jet; ,-had been
ing clear water to 1, 2, 3 and 4. ggsi
POISON FOR THE CHERRY SLUG I hmes of 1
sense of di
f oot. So
~. The risin
" raiders cot
at thce fork
irk-Colored, Sour Cherries-Fine for oanning and Best ob)tain the
For That Delectable Cherry Pie- may be do
is of the cherry fleshy part is entirely remeved, leav- enrefully
ng in June and ing only the skeleton w-et one layer:
part of August The insect can readily be dge t~ urn is tou
r. The mature in its worm stage by spraying wit measure es
ek, four-.winged Paris Green or other a'.rsenical poison. and count
provided with a Parts green may be applied as a luck. Yo
a grooves under liquid, using four ounces and eight Thus. i
used in cutting ounces of lime to 50 gallons of water.| meire so
which the eggs if used as a dust. take one pound ofamtr
Paris Green to 20) pounds of eommon .
uvenous eaters flour or slaked lime. Apply La the rI U'
eshy tissues of Lmorning while the dew is on and at- PJI.
THlE WAY WE DO
nio wonder you woni
Read for Yourself:
tatement of a man well up on freight matters. Ask
d1r. Parish who has done our hauling ever since we
~ame to Sumter. He cati give you an' idea of how
nany cases of goods he has hauled for us.
If all the Shoes that were sold from our store in
he last .vear were placed end to end. they would
each in a straight line clear across Sumter County
,t its widest point
All this was done in our first year's business in
sumter, with alt the odds against us, with a suspi
:ion resting on the minds of every third person. 1
merchants may tell you that their's is ti
NGHAM. ALA. F. L.
lT.ered greatly from asthmna
yhitis He writes.: "I got
intil I took Foley's Honey
iompoInld It entirely re
hose chocking~ sew-ations,
failed to pbroduce an eaisy ;~
fortahe coniditionj of the *~:,::
) A HIDING PLC.E. ~ ~
y Got a Dig Surprise Whr <
aer of Josep~h .Altsheler. ti.
watr storIes. was a P'russhm: i
to this country a few years
t' wari between the states
and settled in Barren count.i
By reason of hi~s foreti..
elder Altsheier was not sil b
ft by either army when huos
ran, but his southern syn
ale him ohnfoxious t') a gro'
IaC!kers wrho. pasIUg as l'etl
sted the vicinity of the Kn
niessee state line. .
'less, mioonless night in th ,
18G3 a neighbor came wvi b
that the bushwackers wenz
-ay to kill Mr. Altsheler a
~sident of the vicinity w.h'
)itspokcen in hi~s aproiva I'
It was not certain, the mecr
d. which road of two the
would take to reach thet
heir proposed victims': but it
nl that they wouldl he aLlow
heler and t~l other threa(I.
athered up a blanket :npiece
into the woods to hide. In AFn
ess they speedily lost atll
lrection. For an hour they (yWLLA DRWO
about. seeking a sultiabl tteeItnedfrseds
lace. Finally they came t' ekp adadpupdrn
at was free of trees and itradti cnb oeol
ground felt smooth under-- eigthms ol htte
they spread their blankets osput
to sleep, secure in the be. hnpttossru
10 hushwhacker could find pr ftcsac hti trdu
g sun, shinIng in their .faces cls hseeg salwse
mi. Thley sat up and look~ ed srushv ob uldof
[They had been alsleep all Sm amr aei on
the only place where the"pru"terpatsonert'
tld not, have failed to finlldurn h itr hsbigdn
heir plans been carried out- rvn hi roig u h m
of the county roud.--Satur- feeg hsloti osdr
ig Post. anthlosicessatewi
meter of a Fine Wire, as oaosi ag unl
ou ever find it necessary to
dlimeter of a fine wire. it ____________
ne in this manner: Wind it
rounJ id a piece of pencil in
'or an Inch or so. that each I ~ 1i
hlng the previous one. Then
act ly an Inch along the wire
the number of turns in the
then have the information.
:ere are eighteen turns the ,j
inerandathis can be done only
Aer, uni yuler
Nwe are eon sto doule that bshaes i
rofits with you. Every time you spend a ten ce:
e store. Don't be deceived---Make sur
reTed to war
~ road overseer
tdo his duty
It Came Afte
The eas~t et
2"- - ~goin' to bust
the shrill voic
- *Muvver, I
~ ~ Once moure the
"If you do
voice went on,
In' l' ;oin' to
ByV this tim
Yield of Potatoes. oughl~y incense
at cup3 of must
)and each year place them In cold stor. hurried up~stail
uld age. I prefer to pay the expense of "If you've s
the the storage and be-sure that they are she atnnoulnee1
by kept in a perfectly plump state rather low thxis to ke<
will than to. keep them in a room with a then she pour
high temperature as is done by some. douwn his throa
ake In the spring the potatoes come out .\ little later
Sin of the cold storage house in perfect~ ster. eadder, w
ing condition and it takes but a few weeks r'ow-ludedl toi
for for them to develop strong sprouts punishment in
that rise out of the soil and develop "I didn't rea~
to strong stalks and leaves. mnuvver."' he cc
Ice Many farmers have not the oppor- "I knew you
to tunity to put their potatoes in cold- the mother.-C
ant storage houses, but they should en- -
~le, deavor to keep their potatoes at a!
ter ver~y low temperature. The nearer 33
degrees the potatoes are kept, the bet
In rervous i
remedy, as tb
WNORK & ti h e
over a d
[MFS OFFICE. IrO-L-Y-3d
Misses Coats Worth $6.00 at ........$2.98
Misses Coats Worth $4.00 at .. . ..$.1,98
Childr'en's Goats All Colors, All Styles
Worth $4.00 at.. ..* ..........$1.98
Children's Coats Worth $2.50 at..$1.98.
the secret. Here it is!
is piece with us you get a coupon. When you get $5
1l1 worth you get a valuable and useful gift.
ITo our friends and custopners we extend our
e- hearty thankIs that this Special Wreck Store Edition,
le a kind of Ad never before attempted. in Sumter, was
made possible by their support. To those who do
not know us we extend a hearty invitation to
- "LET'S GET
Sumter. South Carolina.
e before you enter the door.
to Road Overseers.
2out for road duty all
that have not paid the
road tax, to work the
d December 1st. T ..s is
id I shall expect every
to see to i. that ever' IISSOUDCENU
or road work is required FRTADTE RS P
W. R DAVIs,
Cleanliness, Practicability and Efficien
) C0~O~T.cy Should Be Citizen's Thought.
r the Little Faker Had "Dig into the consciousness of the
-s Punichment. average intelligent American citizen
.d small boy had sadly when discussion of any fornm of civie
soo hs oter hean his provemo~nt is proceedyig, and you
soonhismothr hardare ailmost certain to find that lie re
uid the shrill voice. "i' fer it all eventually to what he calls
the window and fail 'the city beautiful movement.'" says J.
SHorace 31acIarland of Harrisburg in
made no reply. Again the Phiiadelphia Ledger.
arose: "Ie thinks of community planning in
e found some matches, terms of civie centers, illuminated
to set fire to the cur- signs (the great white wvay,. cluster
lighting and other display adjane'ts.
remained indifferent. Ihis city beautiful, too, varies accord
mvt ou seled suer: n ,ing to his Ideals. One citizen showed
~ this dew no *- his (onception of the city beautiful for
Newark by printing on the cover tif a
l't smell nothin'," the billboard magazine a picture of Broad
"it's 'eause I pulled off street in that New Jersey metropo'is'
en~da anu' swallowed 'em, i with every building bearing double
>(lie. Do~ you hear that., decked signs urging the merits of beer
yin' to die." fand breaid. of stoves and soap, of toilet
the mother was thor- ,powder and safety razors. Another is
L nud, hastily preparing' much pleased when he can secure the
arjn o wtr h whitewashing of the mutilated tree
'allowed match heads." trunks about the unorderly public
,"you'll have to swal square in his home town. while yet an
p them company." And other sees in a tawdry soldiers' monu
ad the nauseating stuff iment. :!anked by a monstrous fingpole.
tseveral dismounted cannon, some wire
the aggravating young- fiower baskets and tour or five enor
iser and much humbled. mous telephone poles, his ideal of a
ake the balance of his Jcvccet~
ly swalhlow the m'atchies.thciy'eufitogtwaprsn
ntrite'ly explained- hna.ilo ola uiia'bid
didn't, sonny'." replied n apledisurnigstt
evelandPlain Daler. a itprotsueous aten caspita -ist
terly away from other public buildings
or open spaces..
S "All of these and others, with yet
~other fifty-seven varieties of misplaced
h~W VE~! civic emphasis, are sincere ln'their de
sires for their communities. But they
t don't knows what the city beautiful
re re'ally Is, ad, alas, they don't know
everything else fails. "It is the city clean, the city prac
rostration and female tical, the~ city efficient, that we need in
iey are the supreme America. In fact, I believe that clean
musands have testified. lness, practicability and efficiency must
IEY, LIVER AND and do sunrely precede real beauty. I
CH TROUBLE ftold a small community a few days
medicine ever sold 3ago, in disceussing its very serious -
'uggist's counter. hineed'. tha t It needed first to clean uip
~~ and then to dress up'."