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Mrs. Courtney Tells How She
Was Cured by Lydia E.
Oskaloosn, Iowa.--" For years I was
pimply in misery from a weakness and
awful pains---an d
nothing seemed to
do me any good. A
friend advised me
to take Lydia E.
s'' lPinkham's V e g -
- table Com ound. I
did so and got re
lief right away. I
can certainly re
commend this valu
able medicine to
other women who
suffer, for it has
done such good
work for me and I know it will help
others if they will give it a fair trial.'
--Mrs. LIzzIE COCUITNEY, lS 5th Ave.,
West, Oskaloosa, Iowa.
Why will women drag along from day
to day, year in and year out, suffering
such misery as ' I Mrs. Courtney, when
such letters as x. is are continually being
published. Every woman who suffers
from displacements, irregularities, in
flammation, ulceration, backache, ner
vousness, or who is passing through the
Change of Life should give this famous
root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound, a trial. For
special advice write Lydia E. Pinkhan
Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. The result
of its long experience is at your service.
OVER 100,000 PRISONERS
TAKEN BY ALLIES PAST WEEK
Period Has Been Most Amazing of
War With Entente Forces Advanc
ing Victoriously on Practically
London, Sept. 29.--The past week
ha, been the most amazing of th.
war. The Allies are advancing vie
toriously on practically every front.
During the week they have taken
prisoners far in excess of 100,000, of
whom 40,000 were captured in the
la-t three (lays on the western front
a nd 50,000 in Palestine. They also
have taken more than 900 guns.
Sir Douglas Haig reports further
successes. The town of Camhrai is
Below will be fou-a dscrp-io
TRACT 18-25-Tract of 220 acres, I
ter on Singleton Sect
tenant houses, one 2-1"
of woodland fenced-j
fence. Land in good
TRACT 18-36--287 1-2 acres, 2010
TRACT 18-37--199 acres, 60 eleared
lie road; 2 tenant hous
nect ing Lynches Rive
' rin1ity. Some good
TRA CT 18-38--20 acres, 11 c le red
TRACT 18-:39-27 acres, all cleareid
TRACT 18-10---175 acres, 80 cleared
from Sumter, 3 mile.
(anlen and Raccoor
drained section, and
1 oa '. Price .
TRAC 1811--20 acres 150 learct'
TRM''l'IS fro- m Sut, - o141enm
Savnn hidin (on
TRA( T~'l 1X-12---122 1-2 acrs,~ balan
te i' r, a mil from' ' It) I
)'c wt' o l'bie Road;
4OIhouses ; !hrs nea
TRAC I1-- 4 lillY;? WN.1)4((44 l
rali it 2, tlt iit's,~
TR.\L('T 18-15- Iii a414 s, i n c-learsl
tl' tll Ra.d; 1ood 1041
iv r anl S (Ifbles;1 22I
1d11it'n rtit ine o he l:
TR'ACT 'I18-5 6--'i are, t2hl0 chAnll
Wea hu ofrh ng oth o. G Sil
(ion ountis. Ifvide'( int Ctralt.
ycu ar ~oo ii' hl114 e ll roari -
28 NnMai et fREdA (sEgg S
Form Lanlutlicns rad 1miesid
one emin hoRe;alty
now under British guns. Here the
main Hinde.tiburg line has been
pierced and the Allied troops are shel.
tered in commodious German dug
outs. The battle iis continuingi in fa
vor of the Allies and the Germans are
in the midst of confused retirements.
Gauzeaucourt and Mareoing are in Al
lied hands. A new offentsive was com
menced 'aturday in Flanders, where
Belgians, in conjunction with the
Secon-l British army, attacked on the,
front between Ypres and. Dixmude,
Poelcap lle has been captured, as wel'
as ,lost of the forest of Houthulst.
Sunday morning the British and,
American troops launched a new at
tack northwest of St. Quentin and the
battle is proceeding- fiercely on the
whole front from St. Quenitin to the
Scarpe. Further progres is reported
on the uoints included in the previous
attacks and the numbei- of DrisonN'x
taken by the British since Friday
morning exceeds 10,000.
North of the Aisne the French pur
uit contin.es. On the Champagne
front they have taken possession of
th( he'ht' of 3elle'vw.
In Serbia the rout of the Bulgarian
is complete. The Serbians are racing
for Uskub to cut c.ff t12 enemy con
mun ication, while on th2 f'aaks Brit
ish, Frnch, Greek and Italian troops
are advancing a sfast as possible. The
numbe rof prisoners takien and war
booty are (normous.
In Siberia the .lnpanese have made
great progress in capturing points of
v-'intag on the railway system north
In Palestine the Turkish armise
have reased to exist as fighting
The result of the Allied successes to
Macedonia already are becoming ap
l)a rent. 2According to a dispatch from
Geneva information has reached Swit
5100 REW'ARI) $100
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one (ldreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages and ,
that is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly .
requires constititional treatment;.
requires contsitutional treatment.
'hlall's Catarrh Medicine is taken in
ternally and acts thru the Blood on
the Mucous Surfaces of the System,
thereby destroying the foundation of.
the disease , giving the patient
strength by building up the consti
tution and assisting nature in doing
its work. The proprietors have so
much faith in the curative powers of -
Hlall's Catarrh Medicine that they of
fer One Hlundred Dollars for any case 1
that it fails to cure. Send for list of
Address P. J. CIIENEY & CO., To
ledo, Ohio. Sold by all Druggists, The.
s of a few T:.acts rece ity listed with
00 cleared, :3 miles from Sum
on Public Road, 2 good 3-room
oom tenant house, a large part
art woven wire, part barb wire
condit ion.. Price -_----_-_- 5-10.000
-leare< - - - SOLI)
in Shiloh Township, on pub
es and out-buil Iings. 'T'ract con
r Public' Road, :3 miles east of
imber on the tract. Price $6,500
7-room dwelling, in Olanta
baIlane timber; 12 miles
from ('I, reiont, ol Sumter
'ublie" 'toad; high, well
naturally good ..nd. Public
d, balance timber(I, 4, mi les
it houses, -1 ml iles fromi ('ain
'umter'-Staiteburg P'ublic Itoal.
-------------- --- 12,000.
-tie, :t mi les from Su m
1 ynswort h Mid ing on \l (ses or
-1-room dwelling. 1 tenant
school mal church, good land
iii divide this into :8 tracts
., ilm iles nor4ithwes5t of (;ll
ro4ad~ to4 Cann~lien; 5-roon4ti hose'
warl churchi I'l an school1(4). Pr'it't $1,000
',1- I mile Iromi Pisgaih, 41
room11 house54, , tenanit houtses
in) house51. t (4od hu11u4 in fiine coi..
c:-t va:lue~s 441 the list. Prlice 8 11,000
(i, i in mies from Sumi .ri, :8
)sweg4 to4 I)uliose1 ('ross R440ad
ho4use'5, 2 harims, 2 m iles from
Id lan in4 gol d cond1 4041it ion. Will
d, f in Sumter I(Illunty, : ile hs
i old1 '8 "Sat 14' oad"'. - .a lamdenl
1(1ant house5(s, barnls; :841 a14re
swaoiI iimber sold4) Pit- . $10,000
ared(, I I miles5 1from Sumnt4r,8
I ()swe.go-i)nllo4se ('y45s I1(4l5
romll 11ishopv14ille; .i-room41 house15,4
I8 1-2 .nile's fro'm Sum~ter',
umt1(1r 1041ol. P'rice . .900 Slf~
m1 I;' I wo~ :4-room41 'lwellinigs;
arlns, and' other netcessary\ ((Lt
-ani be dividled inlt4 :1 (41r 50(mall.
; good I1.14 1rad of1 land1 iln good
ni excellVt, lol': io. PrIicl' . - $22,501)
1-2 mile4 sou1the4ast olf Sium
d partly openedl'4 stree4t. A good4
m1. C an lhe sub1-dlivided~ illto ~
in Clarendon (County, 1 -2 miil'
1-2 m iles froml) Piniewoori, (n1)
to ltemini; 2 tenianlt houses,
faiir((1( condaio. P'ric'......1,800 I
-ared, I 1-2 mile frnim llirvint
Ale'olu.i PrCie'C $2,800
all paints of Sumter, L' :rnd Claren
mht youl wanit il This iist , till us what
it ouril bui.i'''s te find it for you.
Sumter, S. C.
mee Property, Timber Lands and'
Do not allow the
risons of undigested
food to , accumulate in
your bowels, where they
are absorbed into your
system. Indigestion, con
stipation, headache, bad
blood,. and ' numerous
. other troubles are bound
to follow. Keep your
system clean, as thous
ands of others do, by
taking an occasional dose
of the old, reliable, veg
etable, family Jiver medi
Mrs. W. F. Pickle, of
Rising Fawn, Ga., writes:
"We have u3ed Thed
ford's Black-Draught as
a family medicine. My
mother-in-law could not
take calomel as it seemed
too strong for tier, so she
used Black-Draught as a
mild laxative and liver
regulator .. . We use it
in the family and believe
it is the best medicine for
the liver made." Try it.
Insist on the genuine
Thedford's. 25c a pack
erland to the efect that the Germans
ave already begun to withdraw occu
ation troops from Roumania.
IN T'HICK OF FIGHT
'almetto Lads Help Smash Iinden
burg Line on Big Front
London, Sept. 29.-Troops from the
states of New York, Tennessee and
orth and South Carolina attacked
he Hindenburg lines on a front of
early three miles today, capturing
ellicourt and Nauroy.
This announcement was made bs
field Marshal Haig in his report fron
An English division crossed tht
kcheidt canal on life belts, mats, rafts
and improvised bridges and storme(
he main Iindenburg defenses arounc
'ellenglise and captured the whop
Canadian troops are in the outskirt
The Third naval division ha
eached the southern outskirts o
anbrai. The Canadians are in th
utskirts on the northwest.
TO STOl' l'NEtMONIA
l'ests I \'accination at Several Army
Camps Ilave l'veloped That Al
most Sure l'reven:ive of )read
)isease Has Been Found-He
ing Mlanufactured in
Waiintton, Sept. 28.- --Vaccinat.ioi
sith a reren tly discovered serum
Xhich from tests just crompleted al
,everaI a rmny caips has been fount
o be' an almuost positive preventive
>f contract ion of plneulonia will b)
sen to combat the epidemic cf Span
shi in fluenza wh ich ina the week end
ng todlay has madle its a ppeairance It
.ve'ry State, and1( iln all except afv
irmay camps)), c'ausin: inany deaths.
U se of the vac(ci ne will he widel:
-xt ended, congress todsay hav'ing ap
>rotpriaLtedl a milliton dlollars to be use:
>y the pulicw health service in light
nig Spaniiish in f lenza anud ofther comn
nuniincable dIIisses Thle public' healti
rv ice aidled byI the medical fotrces o
he army and na~vy immediately tool
tens to render('l ('ffective aid to all dis
riets ili which influenziiia has madeI its
ppea rance. Nurses and~ physicians b
arge tnumbier'ts will Ib' dispatched t<
hie itttfted States and t raininne
'[le serumli has been usd to a Iim.i
tel 'xtetl inl ''s--ed e:'ros b-st a
Iinouncem'ntl'l has beetinmade' of' it:
I iscov'ery ptendlintg the results of wide
:ptremt tests. l'hysicianits cotnnecte<'
fitth armyw metdIitl schtoo developc<
lit formtula for ft' serum, which i
"as stated totiight, is no0w being mnan
tlfacturd iln qutatnt it ies sufficint ft<
wo~videt for th lt freatmti(lt of 50,004t
rIe daly. 'lTe serumi is dlesigne<
rhichl ofteni follows alttackls (If influ
nza. a nd whith is thei c'aust' of pr'ae
<>nt' :tnatmett with Ine vainie on11
rv iic tdt'lined to v'tturle a ptt'tit'
iln as ftt its effect ivent'ss, they sait
llt ats t' v'ac'tiniis be'Iing user
ainst tther diiseases.
hera ted fromi Germ an Inv~ader
IParis, Sept.. 29.--Sinlce Fridlay t h
-'tiire tdepa rtmtenuit of t he Stommte ha
ttenu lberated fruoni t h(' G(rmtan inl
others. In the last thIiree dlays part to
lie departmiet otf the Ardt'nnes ha.
tassed inlIto French ha nuds 'tfli the frs
ime' sincet 1914.
A1W ERT1ISE IN IEl TIM ES
lhe Strong Withstand the Ileat a
Summer Better Than the Weak
Oltd peopcle who are feeble and younger peoipi
'it are weak, will be strengthened and enaled t
a throughl the depressing heat of summer by tak
np' G.RovE'S TASTELESSchill 'ioNIC. It purifle
od enriches the blood and builds up the whnole syt
em. You can soon feel Its slitungthening, Invigor
t ingEffct. CAO
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dandy lot a
11 pay you to
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the right pric
~pen all the ti
ite Reardon's Blacksmit
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