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rALL AND WINTER
For Women, Misses and Ghildren, at
the most interesting prices, now
Ready For Your Inspection !
The Largest and best Collection of Newest Styles in
Skirts, Waists, Etc.,
we have ever shown. The lafest and most popular
Fabrics; the most skillful and careful workmanship,
and the widest price range, are the noticable features
of this superb exhibit. It is well worth your while to
see ours before making your selections.
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MEN TO CHARl
Quartett of Negro Murderers Will Di
Greenville, Sept. 6.-An impreE
sive scene was enacted in th
Greenville County courthouse her
this afternoon in the presence of
crowd of spectators when four nie
groes were sentenced by Judge Janie
H. Peurifoy to die in the electric chai
on October 10, and another was sen
tenced to life imprisonment, all has
ing been convicted of murder durin
the present term of the court of ger
The negroes sentenced to pay th
extreme pen alty are Will Lomax, wh
killed his wife at Sampsonville, At
gust 6; Arthur Coleman, who kille
Will Henderson, anbther negro, in th
city about a month ago; Henry Leak
who killed Herbert Smith, a negro, i
the city on June 28, and Tobe Abe:
crombie, who killed his son, Davi
at Sampsonvillp, on August 10.
Melvin Farr, 18-year-old negi
youth, who was found guilty wi'
recommendation to mercy, was se
tenced to life imprisonment, for th
killing of Arthur Crouch on Februar
ACTIVE CAREER CLOSED
Washington, Sept. 6.-Althoug
ofrmer Commissioner of Intern
Revenue John G. Capers died he:
yesterday, the fact did not b
come generally known until toda
Mr. Capers was prominent and po
ular in the District of Columbia beir
an active member of the bar and ta
ing an energetic interest in busine
affairs as well as belonging to sever
of the leading clubs.
The political career of Mr. Capers
well known in South Carolina who
he was born and reared, but he h
not been politically active recently. I
was a son of Bishop Ellison Caper
was born at Anderson. S. C., in 186
was educated at the 5otth Carolii
Military Institute and the South Ca
o!inn College and tearrre i Miss Lil
Trenholm in 1895, one year after I
came to Washington. Mr. Caper
death, which was sudden, was due
a stroke of paralysis. le had been
good health up to a day or two befor
Mrs. William Johnson of Charleste
sister of Mr. Capers, is here, but Mi
Capers was visiting in Virginia wh,
her husband died, and funeral arrant
ments await her return. Besides h
wife, Mr. Capers is survived by o
t of land I has
od price for y4
daughters, Misses Charlotte and Fran
cis. One of his brothers is Bishop
e Walter E. Capers, of Mi-issippi.
e Union Soldier Makes Unique Gilt to
to Historical Commission.
s Columbia, Sept. 6.-W. H. Lee,
r a veteran of the Union Army, has
- written Governor Cooper that he is
forwarding under parcel post to the
? South Carolina historical commission
- a skillet which was owned and used
by Francis Marion of Revolutionary
e fame, Mr. Lee, who was a member of
o Company I, Sixth Tennessee Cavalry
Volunteers, laves at Martin, Tenn. He
d states, in his !etter, that his mother
e was a native of South Carolina
5, '1 am mn old1 Union soldier "m
a n the letter of Mr. Lee, "am now ir my
80th year, and this skillet has be-,
d in my possession for about fifty year;.
It. was formerly in possession of my
o father, Green Thomas Lee, and h1
h ace' ired it at the sale of persona'
of old Uncle Angus Alexander.
who came to this country from Union
County, South Carolina, early in
1800. This skillet was understood to
he used by Con. Frances Marion, that
is, his cook, while he was in the Revo
lutionary war, and his meals, or mess
h as it was called in army life, wer'
Xl prepared on this skillet. Old Uncle
*e Alexander represented this as the per
e sonal skillet of Gen. Francis Marion.
y. v.nd that it was used as above state!,
)- and no one ever doubted what he sai I
g about it. I have no doubt whatever
- about it being as represented and am
ss indeed pleased to present it to you,
al the historical coinnission, and to your
is - p
re PRtOFIT FORM SWEET P'OTIATOES
le To keel) this crop in good condition,
s, the potatoes should be well matured
G;, before digging and free from disease.
la Carefully handled, well dried .r
r- cured after being put in the storage
,e Kept at uniform temperature a ftetr
s' they are cured.
to The only safe and practical method
in of storing sweet potatoes: is in a well
e. built., up-to-date storage house.
n, The only safe and practical method
s. of storing sweet potatoes is in a well
n built, up-to-date storage house.
e Suggestions on storing and detailed
is information on how to construct a -sn
rie able storage house are contained in
3t, near Pax
ur land. So
rney at Law.
Keep Your Liver Active, Your Sys
tem Purified and Free From Colds
by 'raking Calotabs, the Nausea
Calomel Tablets, that are
Delightful. Safe and
Physicians and Druggists are adris
ing their friends to keep their sys
tems purified and their s : ;ans in per
fect working order as a protection
against the return of influenza. They
kno wthat a clogged up system and a
lazy liver favor colds, influenza and
To cut short a cold overnight and to
prevent serious complications take one
Calotab at bed'time with a swallow of
w.ter--hat's all. No salts, no I,..usea,
:e Lrriping. no sickening after effects.
Ncxt morning your cold has vanished,
your liver is active, your system is
purified and refreshed and you are
feeling fine with a hearty appetite for
breakfast. Eat what you please-no
Calotabs are sold only in original
sealed packages, price thirty-five
cents. Every druggist is authorized
to refund your money if you are not
perfectly udelighted with Calotabs.
Farmers' Bulletin 970, published by
the U. S. Department of Agriculture,
which can be obtained from your
Agent, Division of Publications, U. S.
Department of Agriculture, Washing
ton, D. C., or from the undersigend.
The secrets of success in getting
prices are to grade, clean, and rack
the potato carefully and to keep it up
on the market when there is a keen
The greatest demand for sweet po
tatoes is, as a rule, from the nidtle
of December to the niiddl ' of i\larch.
Th' ora rket lm'nland a medium
-b~ t1, nitform t e '' of sweer potatoes,
free fon lruiss or decayeud spots.
In gralirig, all undersized and the
lare e, overgrown. crooked, broken or
bruised potatoes should be kept at
home for feeding or for canning.
A ft 'r carefully grading, sweet pota
toes should be put in cleani, neat at
traci've packages, Bags should never
be used. as the potatoes in them be
con' badly bruised when handled. The
standard stave or open stave double
headed barrel and the standard bushel
crate should be used in shipping.