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SUITS FOR WEAR
ON STORMY DAYS
Leather. Waterproof Cl'th, Rub
berized Material, Among
RUBBER-SOLED ARMY BOOTS
Burdensome Footgear Is Displaced
Sou'wester Caps That Fishermen
Wear, Some of the Innova.
tions for Rainy Weather.
New Yo(.rk.--WolIenl Siiuhl take tie
rainiy aiy seriously. h'livy shtild not
1ave u 1 f- it : they shold prepare for
It, tidvist's :I proillit-'l fitshical write-r.
The " fai ll*'* ro s nmy siound
w ise to 1hio1 phr1 1,;a 11 1 . : il i t in1-.1y .1p
fiat tin Iinaiij-is when't (rani'itd ini
IIr in f 1 i' i but whlien it ai mp i' s tIiI
tI eL. the dh I' lo ) sophy and t lhe prni'
tie I tre all w rnII-.
('a a y w N 1 an: .1 lswer th 1 e sI'-*t ion
its to whty lhe shoiiilo twmX gr wor t
.n a d:1y when I hi I eed' tI Iook her
bi't ? \Iy dits sit' fl t h t I ,'viry
pren-:sionl ill lift. retoi ireis a1 (.41rta lIn \ kirl
1f 1o tuI !1)1 . I -x I i ep (t d y of h : 11 wealbI II
tvr? Thinikiniv alo(ng the( right track
woubl ria hke (1w t:eitii h'iit that a sp-i.
cial costilim' for a raiv dhy Is ax iee
'sisary as mli. for a iinier party. Tie
Ii virageI w iIIa;in, iI fa't. I Iti vasI tia
iIty 4f wiitiieli, will tell y1iu that thy
wvear ouit their old elothtes whini tie
iki's are gray, the sn iv ftlies,. nd tin
rain soaks 11he at inisphtere and floods
'T'lere ire I ildividIi who aichleve
in lift th distinctilon i f' weariny (it(
I'lothes as we-ill as they id) lew ones;
of investing arly costtlturne with it cer
tain clie. Piut these are inmividuals,
rare tiypes tinong wonen wlio are el.
Viil b ill t e it hers ltil who Ire (I
lihlel, thrugnih this in-rlsmnal ailievm
rtientit. to) hi' eeoilori itie l if they so de
sire. They are :I class apart, they are
int tifimilils filt mit her iwItnii. NI one
can init ate theta. An ext riurdiinary
Ilistinctifonn in dress Is a gift, as lai'irry
Lauder' says, Ilid Tiot a habit.
Now. cut ting nit theste wollrnei who
inay idii :niytling they phlia's iti th
realmi of Irkss, fI m ii- is :I worl (tl of
wtini'n to, be gitiduid, cunu :.- fil(
clidied il lte kind i.' clotl s 11he-y save
1) fot :i l b m'weatle'r. It' itihet114's c:inot
lit. w i'in inl th su i ni, I it s obvius
thait thley arI ub?-nn(-nen efl
otil if styit. Thwy Iiii'd iave irius
;icfcts, oir tim'y wouihi c i niti i hi r
i i i i i in t it dark rtwr of, thle
Chisel. atiol wien o t 4on ly 'lfor Il dar): k
9o r j of 11:1 th dty (lhl y 1 ann1 11 1w x
vpIra rim . Y1t, hn: ttI'- IIinImf- : in..
i m I I d hi st i n r m 1'ai y da;ity
that :m :'[M':a' ill the sl ljls. alit (li t do
inty at t 111ui'imh'10on.
And uh\ :tat is the risut? A \nni
ii'ue:1 h1 t i thii im1:1n that
hedi-Mi."s an hs isared ee
thiriad undr a ry * v ii an v d finds
hiiS lf m ini woo 'tis- , an invinj ioni toi
lunch 4 iri druiloi in f r m n afiXro
11-:1 w ho'n t h un s lhiim .:, limtr- et
Df anll ld i h
WAr Br h I
Beige-colored leather suit, with skirt
opened and lapped at back. Um
brella, knitted muffler and velours
cap are In dark red.
thon (it oilier fabiis thiain it' wourn
in lwi'iw'(. Liiither.' fo ' i' nst animi.
Wornien hiad nutii n i whlate viir tom doi
wlth tiIhis faii'.in ixmept fiir shomes anil
hindit h,,gs, unf tl' he ionstail usageL'
ori ii byv solimrs oni tim' '-treeits uof (t.
1(es gaivt' :isi tom i-Old irouctin for'
wor iu 'lontheis.
'1'ii f~ritit ''wali'' 1 ti' wmmetll iowmn
cenit inv'enimitI h iC int hu'an thne luni
gIiN toI te w ld teLI )(St uniform
prodin edi by the war, 1s 11 garinent
that was taken up by wonien. Its
uIsage' SIggested Ioa)ts tIu I were inoill
fied editiolns of It.
Ten' hather skirts were tarken up
for sporils his1 year, aid they have
beet rellained for rough weather i
large cities. Leather has been worn
In tan ind in blaek and there are coats
of It nade of that shiny kil whleh
On4e onve Siw oni pollleeInen.
Rutiberized cloth was brought in by
the watr. Klhtikl-(olored covert cloth
id( g1baridine were returned to fash
iot throigh tite war. Sheepskin collars
andi cuffs can4e ahbiut through Its use
Its a lining for British coats. I'xtra
high leather boots have beein empha
sized since America went Into the war,
and now leatthter caps 111111 hitts with
brims like the New England fisherimeni
wear Wave conte linto fahilon.
France brought out a host of new
utuhi IzIs sillve the war, liecause the
F1r11n0h woeini4 were compelled to
walk. The nnajorIty ol' 1'arisienues put
the hal weNthelr dowin to the war, IId
there' were Attierientis who Ihiught
11l4n- lite smine chattu el ; II IIhv proh
ablIe truth is that the l-'rich wot:4It,
;ven of 1114. piorl's't lass, is not Itse'd
to walking Uhe streets in fatir or foul
wveathr, and when the war coiptled
Coat suit of rainproof dark-blue cloth
braided with black shoelaces. Cal)
of varnished bue straw. High
leather boots reach up to the short
skirt, and the high collar is of seal
het' bo it) 4 b is, throufi1gh fihl bitk of
ttxiS a1 iii u44 44ne , she foului lat-ittir,
oilskin aual utuil'brel I, nIee-v-ssary.
Entire Leather Suit.
OIn.''4 uninan turnsi lwrs-lf 44ut (on thei
Str vel I Iv r h I r ruei el h r it -'
l4:htr'visabb-I4, inl i 14wi!I-4o4lored' h4':4ther1
54uit to4:444h.' a spor4t4? ing goods htous'.
I II I44 I *I v I 4 4 I( I I I.' 4 I '-( I4 II4I'I I
T I i rt I s Ina4Irr1.4 )r w Ilid shII( I r t , let
but444'1 4 4 lb i- iok t tls r ih sti ff :i ntfsa'
t4'4nbr ' l' artnl t e k itd n ~ r
wh4 4. . A la4 I4's 4 14aou 14he nt , nre4
- h . ., wit rubI - i h, aui l 4: wel. , are4''.4
tan in 4 444 4414- in 4i, 4bu in-avy4' brown.1
This ha a: shor 44 kirl4 : 'wail i telwd 144
4t'm b 14' n, 4 : 414"'he 4 tih isluse , u bi4b
4.a :il 144 .ine14 :14'oe 14444 r the:4 g4ho44 l
.b- 4,444f1 4 : 1 441 a 4 'e:h '1hi 4'4'f the
ihe t, :i has 44 4 ui h-r44 144 as ' 4444 a I 4wid
1 a 1 14'r. alii 144' hiI- 1141 414<v-k,
When Old Clothes Are Used.
toge4ther44. IIliit 44f 414i41 enlupeI44I
thies' wonwn44-414 to s4 thlese clothes for
urnbr44'4lhi 41b4ys, hu44 4144' 4444essity3 fe.r
war4inth1I 444143 ''arnpe~l lhln-i t(o gel a
storm14 ('4nt1 that 444ver4s all the sh~a4'bi
ne4ss beneath411 alul4 pr'esents to. the (lilt
unb w icIlIh t 5uggest th4at14i seinething
nlew is ati hiand.
Thei. best-' (of thise' sto~rmi ('4als is of
ru bri zed'-iA44 ('loth, w.4 i ('141 to mat44ch.
It Is madeI4 like ai ('hem44ise Iirock, wi'.th
Iuniinens4e 14oc4kets 44. 1144 hills, a1 lurned
up1) cuff it the( hem,4t and4( a1 w.ide, li-lu
('41lla'1r 44 tha t4ugs th'elbak of Iltyp g 4I
fl)44d fastells a4(ross the'(14'. e ws t jh 44wo
1:leathr butt1onis. The4 high4-wa':istedo
hel1t fastens In frnont w..i4it a leathe4r
Wha~l'.teve els' you1 4'lim4ite14 In your4
to h441!'H.'l'.-kages, :4444 war:io44 4'nou4gh to
p~ro4tect 41he hanids,
(Copyright, 4919. by the M4'(lure Newpa.
P~e Syuuic du.A
11abun, .\larch 21. -The fil is agi ng
in this part of tle county.
AMr. Stewart Mahon and family, Mr.
II. IL. alhion 'are sick with the liu.
Mrs. tlRecca Owens had the mis
fortune or losing a ite inilk vow last
week from eating Ivy.
Mrs. Uorge Ilabb,.Alrs. Smith Mar
liii and little Aurora, vilslited 'Mrs.
F'lorence Iveague Monday.
Airs. Mary Holt. of Hlickory 'Paverni,
visited Mrs. Melvina Abercromnble lasj
A iuniher of Ihe liabun people
heard Mr. l ichey, of 1411nurens, speak
oi ile wa at Hlickory Tavern school
hlouse Wvdnlesday nlight.
M\Ir. and Mirs. (eor'ge i Iabb. .\Ir. ani
.\Mrs. Chaude .\lahon visited Mr. anud
.Mts. 1111l lollanid. of Ioban11on1 l1s
or Pontitiain inn, visited Mrs. tlebec'v8
Mr. and .\riS. )uiik Kiight visited
herparents inl lower part of the State
Miss Martlha Wolff, of Shiloh. iV
FOR LESS MOI
Dry Goods, Dr
Boys' Suits, Mei
Work Shirts, 0
I Tinware, Glass,
Paper, Chair St
We are now
To come many
you need as our
our motto is "U
per cent in buyi
No. 1 Store 210 V
work rooms in]1
visitIng Mrs. Sloan Malion this week.
.Mr. Charlie Babb and faitly visit
ed Nlr. and Mrs. Bill H olland, of
1 i banon, Saturday i ght.
.ir*. Cullen Pits was In ILaurens
liss Ilazel Bolt, Messrs. Culvert and
Gillie Suimimerel took supper witi
.Aliss '1dna Owens Saturday night.
.\ir. George labb attended t.he Wood
inein meeting at laebanon Saturday
Alisses Ildna Owens, Cora League,
and Ilazel Hl1t diled at Mr1. and Mrs.
.1. M. Sununerel's home near Hickory
IIISIIOI' .1. II. 31'(OY
.11410 F.Y NG
\feled 3ethodi1st. Div11in4 has Visited
in (Greei-nwood a Number of Times.
I irmingham, Ala., March 22.--l;ish
nJ -lames 11. McCoy, of the Met'hodist
I-:6i(-opal (huchll , South, died at his
hom, heivre (arly tonlight after a long
Bishop McUCoy was regarded as one
Greai-'s Tasteless chill Tonic
ru-tores vhality and energy by purifying and ei
ri< hing the blood. You can soon feel Its Strength.
-ning, Invigorating Effect. Price 60c.
0 BIG DEPAFR
ess Goods, Millinei
)-wear Dresses, Shirt
i's Palmbeach Suits,
veralls, Work Pants,
ird Medicines, Toba
CIALS IN 0
Crockery and Enan
~ats, Curtain Poles, I
ng, Ginghams, Shirt
receiving d ily
Summer w aria
miles to buy your Sj
:Stores in Laurens;
huge stocks are nc
nder Sell for Cash."
ng your bill at
lest Laurens Street; No.
Y of the latest erea
B~atimore, made in I
of the greatest orators and ablest
scholars III his denolliint ion. He Was
born In Blount county, Ala., in 1817
and was elected bishop May 17, 1110.
MUcI of his work as bishop has beenl
done in Texas.
I1 am Sincere! SI
I Guarantee D
Listen to m'! 'Calomel si
day's work. If bil
ha achy read
Edcr lriggatin towe odyO u
druggixt; 1111(1 ' s' ')Ol ( -lafist
has noticed a gr : fal lii in the
sale of enloiel. T l give the
Saline reason. D i's Liver Tone
is taking its place.
'Caloittel is(I dligeVrols and1( people
I(J1ow it. whilo Iodsl's Liver 'Ponle
is perfectiv sa fe and gives belt er re
sults," said a proim1inient local driug
gist. Dodson's ILiver Tone is per
sonally guaranateed by every drug
gist who sells it. A large bottle
-y, Clothing, Hats,
Waists, Skirts, Unde
Men's Pants, Boy
Straw Hats, Shirts
Dress Pants, Notio
eco, Cigaretts, Wa
md Hundreds of
1eled Ware, Windo,
tugs, Staple Domes
ings, Suit Cases, TrL
the latest creati
.apparel for 1\
ring Bill at J. C. Bu
you can find very i
w almost complete
Quick sales you ca
2 Store Northside of Sqa
tions is arriving w<
No Worms in a Healthy Child
All children troubled with wortis have an uti
Ikealthy color. which Indicates poor blood. and s i
rule, thero Is mnoro or less stomach (IisturtbflIc.
GROVE'S TASrELIs chill TONIC given regularly
for two or threo weeks will enrich the blood. im
prove the digestion, and act as a General Strength
cing Tonic to the whole system. Naturo wit I then
throw offor dispel th worms, and the Child will be
In verfect htealth. Pleanatit to take. hWc Per bottle.
odson's Liver Tone
ckens and you mdy lose a
ious, constipated oii
costs hut a few cents, and if it fal
to give easy 'lief in every ca e of
liver sluggishness and tiColl' ip.,1 oi,
Voli have only to ask for your u1bol1e%
Dodson's Liver Tone is a pi -z:eI
tasting, purely vegetable rnie,
hafluness to 10111 Children and 1.01111.
Take a spoonful at. nighit and waio
ut1p feeling finle; no bilioutsness, sick
headache, acid stomach or coiti
pated bowels. It doesn't gripe all
the next day like violent calomel.
s' Knee Pants,
, Collars, Ties,
ns and Racket
Imall Items we
Ar Shades, Wall
tics, Plaids, Sea
nks and Bags.
on of Spring
rns& Co.'s Two
n save 15 to 35
re in Burns Block.
sekly from our