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Stylish Coat Suits,
Coats and Dresses
At Popular Prices
-- -STYLISH SUITS
$18.75, $22.50, $25.50,
$27.50,. $30, $35
$10.75, $12.50, $14.75,
$18.75, $22.50, $24.75,
$18.75, $22.50, $25.00,
STYLISH CHILDREN'S COATS
Another shipment of Holeproof Silk Hose
with extra stretch top --------------- $1.59
86 pairs Comfy Bed Room Slippers,
special, the pair
SUMTER, S. C.
AMERICAN LEGION NOTES Newberry post is planning some. State are going to wake up to their
thing worth while for November 10. opportunities.
OF SOUTH CAROLINA Col.J. M.Johnson, of Marion, w hne
" wvill be in full swing at that time. not to discontinue planting for a year
(By Ben Adams,) In the afternoon the veterans and but to discontinue inefficiency.
others will have an opportunity to see
South Carolina was' well represent- Newberry and Erkine battle for foot- The boll weevil may be a
ed at the National Convention at New Y go
cdlats ther ioa Ction n Newai ball honors. The day will be closed scare to get people waked up.
Orleans, October 16 to 20. The trainpresentation o "Sittin' Pretty"
leaving Columbia Sunday morning which is reported to be a laugh pro
October 15, carried a special Pullman. duceA
This car was well filled with members hands of shiftless tenants the boll
of the Auxiliary and of the legiono weevil is going to kep on "boling."
MJamew Cittart prsint of the GtiOWING WEALTH
tat auilirywasaboad tisarSDote aret pnin traken by oil
to te bg gtheing Mr LuipintorSouher Pakin Coportio, pansand t yourheas ncluds os,'
~ frme Satecomaperan Mr Oangbur, . Cnctte an diothne lvetinorayea
would e unabe to atendscarmin toetionsle watch the.
countyarlearing hingsabou "plong fasctto" i The ftl carn athea
of- -Auiir an ther atdthy leegiewonfre
Two-spaesCcia t Pula siet Sprtn tthe
brontetanwtteColumbia didi not goingdo menygreaegion
car ne ig gthercars rm Sptakn-,eoetepol ftePletoTefreso h otesr
burge as taken byommadrm and bu-Mr. ________________ raiig oeta vrta pg
f orps of th'olst Nute 2.Thca r ey-i is adta "isi coe"i
woul~d lae anaber tthe Iu9~U~~apoftbedprmeto n am
of theINpoWtALTd wheeeiitiwagoiocatedkeepIon "bolUing.
Anoter ar as bokc toaccomo RchD o il he aisrce of prftbole
~. te eegte adviitrsf o r, Souhen P ackn Cooat on, ps. A liet orelansughtudeohogs
over thePState.aAt Greenvilleoathargee ro uith a ugoodtpai of theog s o vyou
numerirfleanndmntan auxiiaeveri k new tefo e pl time well. s e car ala
woe joieia tpaymand hefthSpreen too,
buarg wer thel ril d w Th he wrumiea nraeYu e-lo-el.Ta' nraete pouto ffe
trar.eOne wit the arty from Coarta- teSr alS .S ulsBod tfs iiemr nlbte ate
bir a tAanyt drumTisMan trstandgan hepanbuolwg-li
le'copsfos DNo. 2o8.yinuane OI.wiThiasyceset b ncntrstn
caes-redusarto ianurera withttmanyame
ofmhepoand Jone, of wacos ote s hyaeudrwegt ipysbet
epts h eeats poably vistopntc beasfromune egh fenpoe
atetetae. At Greenville ag hare-Darigndhgasngreoo
nule of special meetng of huilitaryig-ntt al omcha t
woen desited the facty tand he hseeI
memrshiere nly floled.o .Thisr~/ Te mlnhl las pert
ptraee ith dr the artyafromtConlum-riiadye hyar o n
ofia dru Aandula. p. ieymlncoyfri sieo h
r eprt d pst is plannin a pubootchogtm i -omn'i
aitterai ne. A mshot tire Day. Theth Soh.
cor idety-eha t joie'terns wre pla rn e- n o r iu nrepwr iu
dernth aspies hefac th at egin As frea dclsi orbod iu eat, lw ste rcet arclua
barec wils bem er ved the rgan izat io st i iubttemmn o tt nteoi htmd ov
fet of a tru a nge programbp ga-selyub.l obcm pu. Ta'
Pageland8. pnce18osasmentso eplanniarmngng alvetocubi
lcclbainoAriicDa. The snso newih e n oen n. Suhatros aeant
drnge aplpicintheirthtrngeh.iooloA cheek
3 Major G. Hleyward Mahon of Green-filotYo tjbenaclatyokrfth.
Millo, former department of commian-totepitf wryuflhbcms
der of the American Legion in S'onth f~lOteaolnsta otefo hn hr sn esnfrbcmn
Carolina, has been elected urqsidont neQs~ler o onefre,(icuae
pf the 0O(1 Hickory Associat'on (T.hir-boy oerdbodclsI . ..wn ly uttaiycim ng ut fth
tth Division) to succeed Gen. Glea-bul thm Lals ad enlmn artitow ch he asukgic
eof Tennessee. Mr. Za'ck D sky, boyfcdes'mae oulk
niember of the Sumter post, i s ..S Itotsishevgea
now State vice president of the or- 9 lgelut.S .I oda
ganization. The association met at bz oteI omr cnmet ta o ollaca rgl ie
Now Orleans during the legion mee-t--k.q~f~ iigu"i a bsns nfrs
ItYou can notnmato proaitable crops
beoetepol ftePlet Tefreso h otes r
Cheaper than co41
ALAi1IN when used in the
EN latest New Perfection
K EROSENE is the first choice to meet a
coal shortage and Aladdin Security Oil
is the brand of kerosene to demand. You can
now obtain an oil range that will cook three
meals a day for less than three cents a meal
and as quickly as you can cook them on a gas
stove, or a portable Perfection Heater that
will give warmth when, where and as needed.
But do not delay purchasing if you need a
stove or heater. Look up a dealer today.
Don't go without heat enough to keep your
home comfortable and safe. Perfection Oil
Heaters will provide abundant heat wher.
ever you want it-instantly.
For greatest satisfaction and economy use Aladdin
PERFECTION Security Oil in whatever oil stove or heater you have.
We recommend Aladdin Security Oil for use in
Perfection ranges and heaters, and in Rayo Lamps.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY (New Jersey)
- f - - Oil Range
. with S.UPER[EX Burnem
when you take all the "gold" away
from your land. EAGL "MIK OP
We ought to be able to see by this
time that it is not excessive acreage
or boll weevils, but improductive lands
easily capable or restoration to fer- For Sale at your Dealer Made in five grades
tility that is cheating us out of the ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND
profits. EAGLE MIKADO
EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK
Not only is goat's milk free from ________________________________________
dlisease germs, but its food value is
so great, owing to the presence of vit
amines, that it actually strengthens
the sick and nourishes them back to j*
Authiorities hold that destruction of
the cotton stalk and the planting of
cover crops are fundamental in growv
ing cotton under boll weevil condi
There is no limit to opportunities
on farms in the Southeast, and one of
the marvelous things about it is that
farmers have their choice of a hund
red specialties that will providle in
come while their farms are growing
cotton, corn, potatoes andl everything
fit to sel land good to eat.
THlE ROAD TO P'ROSPERITY
Greenville, Oct. 24.--The teach-Hth an
ing of nature study and the movingOWD
of textile indlustries to the sou- S r e
thern States will do most to restore
prosperity, M. L. Birittain, president tezu~e
of Georgia Tech., told cotton mill
men and manufacturers of cottos ma- Yu h amr r mrc' raetpo
chinery here today.dueofwat.BtbfrYO rcieth
The guy that first made cayenne mnyfryu rp aymnh sal lpe
pepper must have been an associate Thcrpmutbsonmstefriledtle,
This is the time of year when the rae n OD
test of ripe 'simmons shows on moreThBakiyorFenbcusitelso
than one kid's mouth.
Cash registers may be jew pianos caryoovrtewksndmth bten
but we notice there are fewer plniganirftigsaos.Ilemisyut
lionaires since everybody began to ucaesefetlzr ahney ncei;
G. C. COOPER, bn fesfres
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