Newspaper Page Text
In Just five .Months
Grew a Full Growth of Hair on a Bald Head
Here's the Proof
Vw tw< or three years my hair bad been
Hnmm omt am) sotting quit* thin, until the
(?> of wr bn*d was entirely bald. About
?Maths ago I commenced uxtng
aid . Sulphur. The tint bottle.
t( da eotne good and X kept using
H regeler j, until now I bar* need four bot.
taw. T%i< wuote too of my bead la now
falrtr coieret wkb hair and It keepe com
sag fee tncagr. I shall keep on nein* It a
wblie lee get, a* I notice a constant tnv>
re or Vmw Tonnt ?
Coaetr of Monroe J ?
Bacon, being duly aworn. ear*
that be I tea rend the et ate meat above an?
nexed an I that the contents of said state
a? Uta 31? dar of July. 190X
The birthright of every man, woman and child?a full*
healthy head o! hair. If your hair ia falling, if it is full of
dandruff, or If It Is faded or turning gray. It In diseased
and should be looked after without delay,
WYETH'S SAGE AND SULPHUR HAIR REMEDY, a true
Hair Tonic and Restorer, removes dandruff in a few days,
stops hair falling in one week, and starts a new growth In
Wyeth's Ssge and Sulphur does not soil the skin nor
Injure the hsir; but It Is sn ideal hair dressing that will re?
store laded and gray hair to natural color and keep the
hair soft and glossy.
50c. and Sl.OO^oTBottle?At all Druggists
Or Sent Direct. Express Prepaid. Upon Receipt off Price
Wyeth Chemical Company, n? y??V.
For sale and recommended by
W. W. SIBERT'S DRUG STORE.
I ohty cadet8 taken ill.
AIUmiI? sai l to Have Appeared in
Kfkittemir Fwm at Georgia School.
Atlanta. Qa.. Oct. 28?Forty stu
jfjaajhi of Dm Georgia Military Aca?
demy, near this city, were rushed to
th?* ?ty today snfferlng from ailments.
wa? h. it Is said, had attacked the
sch ?>( in epidemic form. They were
dtatftneted among several hospitals.
Vh I natnre of their Illness has not
Information concerning the Illness
at (it* cad etil la refused by the col?
lege authorities and the hospitals.
President Wqodward. In reply to a re
e,u<**t for Information concerning the
r*e><*ted epidemic said:
' t hare no statement for publica
tion ,*t present. The parents of the
bee* have boen advised of their Hi?
nan?, by telegraph and telephones, and
that |g sufficient I hope the newspa?
per, will publish nothing concerning
the u?alter until an official statement
ta gi*en aut. It has not yet been de?
termined whit the sickness Is.
?i erne bac?< cornea on suddenly and
ia ewCremely painful. It Is caused by
rheumatism of the muscles. Quick re?
lief ?. afforded by applying Chamber?
lain'. Unlment. Sold by W. W. Si
liMg Sliol IHhiI
f.'traboro/ Oct. 2*.?A deplorable
?col.I nt occurred near J. E. Couser's
hon? ? on the eastern edge of town late
thin ?fternoon, when Warren Flenni
ken I he young son of W. H. Flennl
ken tccldentalry shot his playmate,
Pa\< I McDonald. A party of four
boyw were nut with .2-' calibre rifles
pb< ating npurnws when the aciddent
tired. Toung McDonald was
grtu k In the back of the head.
?a*hen a ????Id hccdiU's settled In the
system, it will tak?* several days' treat
|aaa to cure It. and the best remedy
te gen ia (Chamberlain's Cough Ibm
?? Iar It will eure uuieker than any
utta*., and ,<lso leaves th?? -\-?t?'m In a
natu? ?1 and healthy condition. Sold
by W. Xtbert
TT ?re wa.i a bad row near Greeley
% ill* i ? .? ? m i ix in vs hleh < bat Hi At? I
and bis uncb'. Hen llarlbdd were In
vofvi ' and resulting in the death of
paWl 11 Ard is now In the Klngstrrt'
Jail, flarfleld it seems was abusive
I ? ^d'a another wh<? Im Harfteld's sis?
ter an i gajfing Um war '?r words Ard
j. U hi* uncle over the head with a
flick, from the effects of which Bar
field Iin* r.?d until Sunday. Roth par
%iei are well known here.?Manning
? Ntrertl Into Kxlle.
? wm Upen a ret ?r (Mea oak. Oktm.?
ans an exile Irom h?rn?-. Mountain
air. ht thought, would i ore a fright*
fol lung-r icklng cough that had de
fled all rem?"1!.?, for two v?ar^ After
fix m e) Hi . In- returned, death dog
dlng bis step*. "Then I began to njg|
Pr King* New Discovery." he writes,
"and after taking six bottles I am as
wall aa ever " It naves thousands
yearly from desperate lung diseases.
Infallible for coughs and colds, it dl.i
netn hoarse neun and Bore Throat, cur?*
?? Mr/??whltle H' **v>"?'h*g'ee. A???b
ifiK? ?Up whooping cough. 60c a*> '
rial ' de free, guaranteed b)
fib*j Prug .Store.
Women's Political Convention.
New York, Oct. 29.?A thousand
women delegates, representing the
sixty-three assembly districts of
Greater New York, will meet this eve?
ning In Carnegie Hall to demand
amendments to the State and nation?
al constitutions giving women the suf?
frage and to formulate sundry other
demands upon the lawmaking pow*
era. The delegates will occupy the
floor of the house and the public,
male and female, will be permitted to
I look on from the galleries, if It gets
a ticket. Each district will . have
eighteen delegates, each headed by a
chairwoman. No nominations will be
made for mayor or other offices, but
the suffragists expect, nevertheless, to
wield a great Influence in the present
The real object of the entire move,
Mrs. Mary Garrett Hay explained, is
to strike terror to the hearts of As?
"We want to show them," said Miss
Hay, "that the suffragists In their
own constituencies are organized for
political work. Heretofore when we
went to the Legislature the members
would often say: 'Not a single woman
In my district has ever asked for
suffrage.' We don't want to ? give
them a chance, to say that any
On the platform committee are
many prominent suffragists, includ?
ing Mrs. Clarence Mackay, of the
Equal Franchise League; Mrs. Eger
ton Winthrop, Mrs. Everett Colby,
Mrs. Helen Hoy-Greeley, Mrs. Gabrlel
le Mulllner, Miss Lina Gano, of the
Interborough Teachers' Association;
Mrs. Vladimir Simkovltch, head work?
er at Greenwich House; Miss Mary
Drier, president of the Trade Union
League; Mrs. N. Worthlngton and
Mrs. Martha Suffren.
Serving on the organization com?
mittee are Mrs. John Winters Bran
nan, Mrs. Henry Miller, Mrs. William
H. Schiefflfn, Mrs. William M. Ivins,
Mis. James L. Lahllaw, Miss Gertrude
Beraum, Miss L. Dock and Mrs. Anna
' larlln Spencer.
World's Visible Supply.
Now Orleans, Oct. 29.?Secretary
Hester's statement of the world's visi?
ble supply of cotton, Issued today,
-l)<?ws the total visible to be 3,716.3X3,
against 3,4 16.207 last week, and |,?
110,114 last rear, r?t this the total of
America! cotton is 1.104,111, against
I Olft.lOl last week, and 2,74 1.124 last
ye ar, and of all other kinds, Including
Rgypt BNMni, India etc., 412,000,
against 3H7.00M last week and '?39,000
Of tin world s visible supply of cot?
IM there Is now afloat and held in
Grant Britain and continental Buropc
2,122,000, against 1,694,1)00 last year;
hi Egypt 113,000. against 123,000 last
year; In India 103,00t). against 10,000
last year, and In the United States 1,
38S.000 aaglnst 1.3 14,000 last year.
?The old, old story, told times with?
out number, and repeated over and
over again for the last 36 years, but
It Is always a welcome story to those
In search of health?There is nothing
!n the WOtld thrtt OuTOg eouphs nnd
I oolds as quickly as Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, sold by w. w. si
HOMICIDE IN YORK.
Wandering Man Perhaps Demented
Is Shot When He Goes into Yard of
Yorkvllle, Oct. 28.?An unfortunate
homicide occurred at 3 o'clock this
morning nine miles east of Yorkville
at the home nf John Russell. His son,
Ell Russell, shot Stanford Thompson,
a young man who lived at Fort Mill.
Thompson left home yesterday and
came to Rock Hill. Then he came to
Russell's and wandered Into the yard.
He rang the farm bell and when hail?
ed gave no reply. He advanced on
Eli Russell and collared him, when
Russell fired the fatal shot.
It is said that the mind of Thomp?
son was unbalanced. Coroner Lou
thlan held an inquest today and the
verdict was justifiable homicide.
The Musical Beer Stein.
To most, aj I have said, writes Will
Irwin in 'Success Magazine," this
awakening spelled Judgment Day.
The first rumble roused them. "Earth?
quake!" thought the experienced Cal
ifornians; and they lay waiting for
the rumble to subside, as the little
Californian earthquakes always do.
But the tremble grew to an upheaval,
j and the upheavel to a sensation as
> though the Dog Star was shaking the
life out of the world. Then, in those
I of early Christian training, came the
conviction that the Lord had come.
Several have confessed to me a
feeling of exaltation at this point, of
the spiritual elevation with which a
martyr awaited the hons or a Mlllor
ite awaited the coming of the Lord.
The body, ibot l to be destroyed in
the overwhelming of the world, was
nothing. The soul was all. To oth?
ers came a certain duality of sensa?
tion. One part of the mind was con?
fused, overwhelmed; the other was
Observing with an exaggerated keen?
ness of perception?was even smiling
at the incongulty of falling pictures,
cracking plaster and tumbling water.
A young woman who lived alone
with her mother had been given a
"musical" jeer stein, so constructed
that when :t was turned upside down
it would piny a tune. It went sudden?
ly out f commission. Though she in?
verted it aid shook it and poked it
with halrpl is, It refused to play. She
put It away on B shelf in her room,
intending t ) take it down town for
When the shock grew heavy her
mother Staggered Into her room. They
?tood in the middle of the door, clasp?
ing each other and literally praying
aloud. Afterwards, the daughter re?
membered that the perceptive half of
her mind saw this thing and laughed
at it. The musical stein had fallen
down on its lid, and through the noise
of tlwdr petitions and the ratio of the
falling pictures sounded this cheerful,
"oh, didn't he ramble, ramble, ramble,
Ramble round the town!"
?Foley's Kidney Remedy will cure
any case of kidney or bladder trouble
that Is not beyond the reach of medi
i. r'iiv ? 1 kach( And Irregtilorl
ties that if negle tted mir.ht result in
; Brlght't discus* oj diabetes Blbort'e
I Drut, St?rt
WINTHROP GIRLS DISAPPOINTED
Propoied Trip to the Statt? Fair Has
Rock HIUi Oct. 28.?It was an?
nounced yesterday in chapel at Win?
throp that the proposed trip to the
Columbia fair has been abandoned.
This comes a? a great disappointment
to both the girls and President John?
son. Unusually good rates had been
obtained for the trip, but it was
thought best for good and sufficient
reasons that the trip should not be
taken at present.
Augusta. Ga., November 6-15, 1909.
The Atlantic Coast Line announces
very low excursion rates to Augusta
for the above occasion and for the
The President is scheduled to reach
Augusta. Saturday evening November
6, spend Sunday there and meet and
address the people of South Carolina
and Georgia on Monday, November 8
Another great event during the Fair
will be the Football Game between
the Clemson College and University of
Georgia teams on November 10; and
still another will be Childrens' Day.
Round trip tickets will be sold from
Savannah, Charleston, Congaree, Flor?
ence, Darlington, Camden, and inter?
mediate points, Nov. 6 to 12, limit
to leave Augusta not later than mid?
night of November 15th, 1909
For tickets, rates, schedules and
any desired information, call on M. F.
Duke, Ticket Agent, Sumter or any
Agent of the Atlantic Coast Line, or
W. J. CRAIG, T. C. WHITE,
Pas. Traffic Mgr. Gen. Pas. Agt.
WILMINGTON, N. C.
?If you desire a clear complexion
take Foley's Orino Laxative for con?
stipation and liver trouble as it will
stimulate these organs and thorough?
ly cleanse your system, which is what
everyone needs in order to feel well.
Sibert's Drug Store.
What Robbie Wanted to Know.
He asked so many questions that
day that he finally wore out his moth?
"Robert," she cried, "if you ask me
another question I shall put you to
bed without your supper." '
Robert promptly asked another and
was packed off to bed. Later his
mother repented. After all, asking
questions was the only way he could
acquire knowledge; so she tiptoed up?
stairs, knelt beside Robert's bed, and
told him she was sorry.
'Now, dear," she said, "If you want
to ask one more question before you
go to sleep, ask it now and I will try
to answer." *
Robert thought for a moment, then
said, "Mother, how far can a cat
spit?"?From Success Magazine."
Kills 'Her Foe of 20 Years.
?"The most merciless enemy I had
for 20 years," declares Mrs. James
Duncan, of Haynesville, Me., "was
dyspepsia. I suffered intensely after
eating or drinking and could scarce?
ly sleep. After many remedies had
failed and several doctors gave me up,
I tried Electric Bitters, which cured
me completely. Now 1 can eat any?
thing. I am 70 years old and am
over-joyed to get my health and
strength back again." For Indiges?
tion, loss of appetite, kidney trouble,
lame back, female complaints, its un
equaled. Only 50c at Sibert's Drug
EXCURSION TO CHARLESTON.
On Account of the Visit of President
For the above occasion the Atlan?
tic Coast Line offers very low round
trip rates to Charleston from Sumter,
Florence, Hardeeville, Young's Is?
land, Ehrhardts, and Intermediate
Tickets will be sold for trains
scheduled to arrive Charleston by 5.18
p. m. November 5th, limited to return
until the following day.
Mr. Taft is due to arrive Charles?
ton Friday afternoon November 5th
and will meet and address the people
that evening, thereby giving every
visitor an opportunity to see and hear
Inquire of M. F. Dukes, Agent
Sumter, S. C, or any Agent of the At?
lantic Coast Line for information as
to rates schedules and other pre?
W. J. CRAIG, T. C. WHITE,
Pas. Traffc Mgr. Gen. Pas. Agt.
WILMINGTON, N. C.
A Religious Author's statement
?Rev, Joseph 11. Fesperman, Salis?
bury, N. C\, who is the author of scv
eral books, writes: "For several yeatl
I was afflicted With kidney trouble
and last winter I was suddenly strick?
en with a severe pain in my kidneys
and was confined to bed eight da>s
unable to get up without aaalstance.
My urine contained a thick white sed?
iment and I passed same frequently
day and night. I commenced taking
Foley's Kidney Remedy, and the pain
~~?a?,11,. i ?,,,1 ftnniiv peesei
und liiv- min* II !>? normal, f cheer?
fully recommend Poley'e Klduoy
K'mod:." Qlbort'fl Drug Store.
The Kind Tou Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
and has been made under his per*
?^7*^2- sonal supervision since its infancy*
<'&<cJU&Z Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children?Experience against Experiment?
What is CASTORIA ,
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil,
goric, I>rops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium* Morphine nor other Nar?- ?tm
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Wt-rm* w
and a&ays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipa- ion
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea?The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS-d
Bears the Signature of_ ^
The Kind You toe Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
MHMNT, TT MURRAY ?TRICT. NEW TOR a OTT*.
Birnie's Drug Store, |
5 W. Liberty St. Sumter, S. C.
Pure Drugs and Medicines,
CHOICE PERFUMES 'AND FINE
TOILET ARTICLES, COMBS AND
BRUSHES,, PATENT MED^CIK&w
AND DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES, A
FULL LINE OF CIGARS AND
TOBACCO. :: :: :: :: ::
OUR MOTTO: PURE ANO RELIABLE GOODS.
Our stock is complete
and we cheerfully solicit
your patronage, it :: ::
THE GROWTH OF OUR LUMBER
has been something phenomenal,and
is due to strict adherence to sound
business principles. Always provid?
ing full measures and the highest
qualities of well-seasoned lumber, we
have succeeded in retaining all of
our old customers, and in attracting
new ones all the time. Fpr reliable
lumber at fair prices and prompt de?
liveries, come to us.
The Sumter Door, Sash & Mind Factory,
J. W. McKeiver.
%%dt The Farmers' Bank & Trust Go,
Satisfaction with one's efforts put the brakes on progress.
There is a future ahead of the fellow who is sorry when the
The Farmers' Bank and Trust Company is continually reaching
out for new business, and is getting it. If you are not a patron
we invite you to beco'ne one*
C. G. ROWLAND, Pres. R L EDMUNDS. Cashier. GUY L. WARREN, Teller,
A. S. MERRIMAN. Bookkeeper. H. L McCOY. Asst. Bookkeeper.
Appier and Red Rust Proof.
Smooth and Bearded Varieties
Seed Rye and Barley.
Grain Pasture Mixture
Composed r>f Winter Turf Oats, Wheat, Rye, Barley
and Vetch. The best winter Horse, Cow and Hog
Pasture you can possibly plant. ::
THERE WILL BE A ROLLER FLOUR MILL IN SUMTER BY JAN. 1910.
ofct uurov in CiiUTCB
?HVTF? ? ?