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A NEW ARRIVAL IN
Late Fall and Winter Coats and
Suits for Women
We just got them in and they are real beauties-every
one of them,
Are in the late winter styles, and have some pretty dainty touches, not
seen on the earlier models. They come in Pebble Chevoit, Burella or Well
Velour, Broadcloth, Bolivia, etc., and are handsomely trimmed in Coney
Muskrat, Natural Racoon, Plush Seal, or Self Fabric, half or full lined and
interlined. The colors are Black, Blue, Brown, Green, Toupe Grey, Plum, Bur
gandy. Priced $12.50, $15.00, $17.50, $19.50, $23.50 and up to $40.00.
The Ladies' Suits
Are Unusually Beautiful Models, tailored with care, characteristic only
of highest custom-tailored suits.
Fancy tailored, plain tailored, etc., all beautifully lined and interlined,
trimmed in Furs, Plushes, Velvets and Self Fabric. All the wanted colors, all
sizes. Priced $12.98, $15.00, $19.50, $22.50, $25.00 and up to $40.00.
That have just arrived are simply beautiful. They come in French and
Imperial Serges, in very nifty draped and pleated effects, some with beautiful
Broadcloth and Messaline Collars, and all with pretty touches of Hand Em
broidery, that tends to bring out the beautiful style of the Dress. Price
$10.00 to $23.50.
You must come now and look them over. We'll be proud to show you.
The Wreck Store
Next to Postoffice - SUMTER, S. C.
SUMMERTOSN T G was quite instrumental in providing $2,800. At this time ONhen the Y
8urvl~tKur1 TRON ONthe seat of learning which preceded M. C. A., wvill make special effort to
Y. M. C. A. CONTRIBUTIONS the presnt large, substantial stru- collect funds to carry on its comend
" tune.In company with Asbury Gail- able work among the soldiers at the
yard, (colored) he hauled the lumber front and in the various camps Sum
(Continued from Page 1.) from John Ingram's mill and assist- merton can be depended to get there
______- ed in the construction of the building with a wvhirl. At the meeting held
who has measured several knotches and appliced a coat of paint to the at the residence of J. Q. Mathis last
beyond the fifty year mark and, from structure after completion of the Friday evening for the purpose of
present indications, is scheduled to woodwork. Later Mr. 4ngram was taking the preliminary steps towards
hit up several more years in life's killed in a boiler explosion at his organizing for next week's campaign
arena. One of the interesting fea- sawmill. Mayor W. II. Anderson, C. R. Touch
tures of the occasion was the fact berry, Prof. Cranford, Capt. J. A.
that just 31 years ago this late Mr. t James, Postmaster Ellison Capers, W.
Lanham enjoyed his last birthday e arcs
dinrwith Mr. G;ay.le p)rior tothis tesho n al nadest .M ihfoCalo uat
occasion. D~uring the conversation ofteppl n ~rns pnti c J .Beei n .R poto
the evening Mr. Gayle reminded hiscxonIMrahasdysf
guest of the fact.;).lxoynsttdslr vx t.cmitewsaoieltospi
H. r-se and Mule Market. aatfrtetahrs *~ u h
T[he h ,rse and mule market con-hefurdhsrmnrtnlythtnl wokadeceohrwr
tinues one of the large business entem-r- etg ftiinrcielb h x' nPoeuigte~oktruh
priises in Summnerton, many of thedititMrLaamceto utheony:JM.PwenX.
beasts being disposed of at each sale. netnfo prabr ~m 1.M~arJ .R~e n .R
Last Satutrdaxy IB. Newsome, of Co- o ii ull eeerle rmta
Ilumbia, South Carolina, dIispiosed of a ad0he lcsi h tt,~hihIiiel$ 3i udy
number of horses and a fesw nmiles,atetdthipouaiy nlhi Athemtngedinhet rs
the sale of which ran up in the agg~re- iltiniprigscefulthofheYM.CA.vawrknte
gat ifo hebigfiuixs.Oneoo~ie itasI feuies instrenta in. prviighcoladtru udyatr
abl fctur o th sae ws he ~x~the sethf laring15o hch (lypr oneceded agneos 's~xs
amout f~ hoeng nduled i 1w the frresene largeeaudebstantial struc-y
cx~orxl eolewhih as ft io' 'stureIr otpn with Asbury Gana hil terlylyt h as ycn
his orton fthpeyafrmer (chred)oe ase wth pe totmber ,tt i esthntn i n
evixlencethat alsohave t ed in~1 thenst ructi n of the buildinges hrlo luato anig
p~e it te iauxtoi~yh'uandb applin hi cotof maint go and
his yea x'. whstrutor lafte aomtinn ofne wathelhima fte etn
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I xxI'oth ischoo ad. m.aehan a io addrest(isod com~lse to
pco d oI' 1w xe. w' e ni~n th' asown I Mr. Lanham's s travel inof a al yWr ertre
apart .forktoexteac.er's serviceof Cam
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H. ndrsxn (: t. . ..1 xx:eswi e r t en tes of uin resxhiedI by th e en; xgatI.A urBt
distrit. Mr.LanhamcameC. Sum
an~~l ~vi fe t~an al h other s iae in the StaCptteA whichwreall~ift
WaS ' iiier lax'~r.5:at e io his poplarit (dandmite hisre f.1
8ate int the b i f is . noice-~nt oeuete oki l
In . itt Sme Ar Holing $2t6to,0it Aetxisn this stiewn. teY
schol i theionx'r x'tleme t II shel th llut fx te sasonthee m cknso cadressed ithe olomed
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- I ixi in smll amouts xxn Cofrontie ant inwhe50 warioon contsiSum-u
ly there areitomamarket.trAtinse-mtoetiegcaule
~ ~. sf ins.Abot 5 pr cnt f te atO ter supde for J.QVMisrs.
ixi thir ott n aticpaton Frssiay eveingafo ( heg ofurpose in
I ighe' maket.teakting the prlimi~ary teps or
x~o 'atruitim ison tp evry huraiyth . .. Andersoun, the viiTuch
thetwntyfo' n umertn nxnombers ere Crald, Capt J. A.
omuniy espxixs mre oyaly oJates Posthmanster isnpCperst W.
Sdut's cal in his ime o suprmxxRome. His gust Sumnertnanex inv
WATE PUMC WAER ND ~ the ovenmen allted$23,00 th hos QBryedican seve R. leaotto
If yu haoxux'RxO. r~owno~aj~ mout ofSecnd Lbery bods omietote im apontedt bsinessine
ox iixoi. wit fo scil Fctry e sldher te ctiznsraied teind o the workening. r thrwok
RIF 11M PUP ORK. AYNSBOOVA.bi ofUnle am y akig heoimt thWinty . M. Plowen.
Could Do No Work
Now Strong as a
Chicago Ill.-"For about two years
I suffered from, a female tfrouble so .1
was unable to walk
or do any of my own
work. I read ahout
Lydia E. Pinkham's
pound in the news
papers and deter
mined to try it. It
brought almost im
mediate relief. My
weakness has en
and I never bad bet
ter health. I weigh
165 poun s and am as strong as a man.
I think money is well spent which pur
'chases Lydia E. Pinkham's. Vegetable
Compound.'"-Mrs. Jos. O'BRYAN, 1755
Newport Ave., Chicago, Ill.
The success of Lydia E. Pinkham'u
Vegetable Compound, made from roots
and herbs, is unparalleled. It may be
used with perfect confidence by women
who suffer from displacements, inflam
mation ulceration, irregularities, peri
odic pains, backache, bearing-down feel
ing, flatulency, indigestion, dizziness,
and nervous prostration. Lydia E.Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound is the stan
dard remedy for female ills.
NEW WAYS TO REMOVE
SPOTS FROM CLOTH
Chemicals as Stain Removers-Some
of Uncule Sam's F4onomy
In removing stains from clothing
and other household textiles too much
emphasis can not be laid on the im
portance of applying the stain re
movers while the stain is still fresh.
Changes in the character of the stain
brought about by drying, exposure to
air, washing, ironing, or in other
ways often make it necessary to use
chemicals, whereas in many cases
much simpler methods are success
fully used if the stains are treated
when fresh. It is very important to
know the kind of fabric which is
spotted, and if possible the nature of
the stain. Some stain removers
vhich will give admirable results on
cotton and linen will prove harmful
if applied to woolen and silk goods.
The method of treatment adepted de
One Carload of
Manager M. C. Stuck<
Wires who SE'
Lap Robes and Whips
their merits, and bec
ponds as .muh upon.the nature, color,
weave, finish, and weight of..the fab
ric -as itpon the kind of stain. The
use of very hot 'ator on wool and
silk must be avoided since it, turns
these goods yellow, shrinks wool and
weakens silk.- Stains from meat
juice, blood, egg, milk, and other ma
terials containing protein, are set by
' Cold or lukewarm water should be
given a trial first if the nature of the
stain is not known, and if the fabric
is not injured by water. Use water
on cotton and linen (white and wash
colors) and the so-called- wasp silks
and washable wools.. Use a neutral
soap and always rinse the fabric in
clean water. *
If stains are of such a nature that
they will not yield to laundering or
sponging with water or with water
and soap, it is necessary to use one or
more of a number of chemicals. Of
these the most useful in removing
stains are Javelle water, potassiuni
permanganate solution, oxalic acid
solution, ammonia water, carbon tet
rachlorid, French chalk, and cream of
tartar, each of which may be used
successfully, provided the right one
is used on the right fabric. As some
of these are poisonous, care should be
taken in using tl em. Detailed in
structions for treating various stains
are contained in Farmers' Bulletin
861. Copies may be had free, so long
as the supply lasts, on application to
the U. S. Department of Ariculture,
Washington, D. C.
YOU NEED VEGETABLES
Plenty of vegetables are needed in
winter as well as in summer. They
furnish valuable mineral that your
body needs for its growth and devel
opment and to keep it in good work
ing order. Besides they furnish other
substances important for normal de
velopment and health. They help to
prevent constipation, which is detri
mental to health. Vegetables are a
Highest Prices Paid.
SEE ME AT
TERY DAY P
sy and Bookkeper J. D.
F THE PACE in the Liv'
jive the people a Square
r of Mules, Horses. Bugg
, from TRULUCK'S Bar,
omes permanent custom
V. T RULU
BACKING / |UP PR
The Kind That Manning;
Many an earnest Manning n n
woman has publicly endorsed posV
Weew after week, month ai
month you've read their statermn
Would these Manning people r~d
ommend any medicine if it were n
Would they confirm and repe
their statements after years : had
Local proof is good evidence.
Testimony confirmed years after s
The following Manning womap'
statement leaves no room for dou
It Must convince every kidney suf
ferer who reads it.
If your back aches-if your kid
Heys are weak, profit by what Mrs.'
R. L. Logan says: "For a long time; c
I had been troubled with my kidney.
I suffered from a lame and aching
back and didn't rest well nights. I
used a box of Doan's Kidney Pills and ,3
they relieved me wonderfully. I ath
feeling much better now."
Keeps Doan's On Hand.
Over three years later, Mrs. Logan
said: "I have used Doan's Kidneyt
Pills and they have done me a world f
of good. I keep them on hand and
couldn't get along without them."
Price 60c, at all ' dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills-the same
that Mrs. Logan has twice publicly
recommended. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y.-adv.
safeguard to health-see 'that you
have a variety of them (whether
fresh or canned) the whole' year
No person will be allowed to hunt
on any of the lands belonging to Mr.
or Mrs. D. M. Rogers. These lands
are .generally known as the Nixon
lands. Any violation of this notice-,j
will be prosecuted to the .extent of
S. J. Smith, Agent.
To Cure a Cold In One Day.
Take LAXATIVE~ BROMO Quinine. It stops shae
Cough and Headache and works off the Geld.
Druggists refund money if it fails to cure.
E~. W. GROVE'S signature on each box. Soc.
One Carload of
rruiluck are the Live
a Stock Market
ies, Wagons, Harness,
is receives goods on