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"Woman" is the name o:
THe first number is just isst
You can get it from him, and
it. There is nothing startlin
should be nothing startling
women and the home. Buit
unique among all the so-ca
You might not like it a little
hit your fancy good and hard
If you like fiction -good, w
both serials and short stories
In fact, fiction is the big
All the other magazines for
model-a little bit of fiction
chit chat, some wise advice,
smattering of general miscel
look any more like this conv<
dog looks like-a race horse.
strictly woman's publication.
will have to get a copy of it.
tell you all about it in this ad
The price of "WOMAN"
and the magazine is a v
By the way, two rattling good seri
ber. and it contains a big lot of
do well to ask your dealer for it
THE FRANK A. MUNSE'
WIVES AND TELEPHONES. for him except spe
Editor Willams Writes Entertaining- Itine the lady has a
ly On the Subject-The Tele- .and almost fiendi.
phone a The Source of Do- ness and innity
m s'ic Infelicity. du- inen-al s ten 1
"wer a Ivelimhoec.
(e0ly to) I oIur inlsith
Riclimmid News L,eager. HWeVeever IaNy trit
Eael new isover an,d ilmpove- sages we may hav
Ilient lin.it thi it a1 p1ocsion of the day, we alway
tiovel prb(ilems., eonditions aid oim- that the one repre,
plienltiols. A Massahusett:4 court e"It tilltillabUlatiol
has. jus bieen reqiuired to pass upon ait and imperativ,
the telephione as an ageil and Imean beiing lectured by
for domtstiic discipline. A maii sued sweetheart in any
his wife for divree on t he ground ot when he is called o
(tetrem eruelty. He proved that she goe to receive
used thle t elephione constanitly3 and11 wichl at least mlig
freely caillinig him utp at his oiffie~ PlInedl until the e
and, afIter she had left him, at. his th drawing of lhe
bionise, and dlelive red sar cast ie, derii- I i the 151 snaion1 is e
si ve and11 trivial miessag.es. Shec cuiiti denit ly, however, tIl
va Itedl tihe hiai Iof caiuisin h 1' is telde- Iniedy anad the womn
phione hl'l Itot in g at late hiouris of t itheI ir varl yin
the n ighit anid wake hinm from sleep.1 tfee lis oveCr thle
Those of us who, nlot be'ingi doctors, jplh'..mre anad with<i
are* iaccustoe ltoll th4(le affIliet iont, Iritaiihition.
can1 relize r~ tie mysVtery1 of being
.arouiised fromii proiifound shunbii1er by
lihe despera il ui isisten ( e1lamor11141 or Charleston
a1 t elephlonie hei , 'nibl ing our be- (Cha rleston is mal
wiidere'id way to thea inistriiuent pa rat-ions f'or herm'
thIiroughi the dar k an tatIheni aseei- Novemberi , t 110,
taiingr that we have beeni sunnnifonie< ('ounts is expectinug
onily to be' insulted or to hazve onlr oirs. The jpogranuii
iel iniis hu rt. IIp withI thle view
toi'n I tionlylh (lhe telephioiie hats bodyl ai !2'-od time.
(r1v 4 li ide, t he wme r f tl h le eom ya mhrt her- ae1.1 pai( ru
widh atu new ('Iiii' imiine tif wich W(theyli a\\'e an .\ .ire n
haen is arili 's.Iimnight cu.Atraltl iis areat efl
-thent opportiiit wrer lkeheintak mIien .Th
tot liu mand,ic forty yli- tempe waS (t &ai. Mn
"l)reamed of. t' akued,she a--in wok h arlestTn
'rt nal wimo r sie Wihpthe ofi will co i. th.h
lannirn she senslngn, the inex-- dasy aetften e'wi
pression bef al)rementand afectio >arade.Tur\da the wi
on nesie,ofwth nte le orgttherstamean parad e
ani aohie timeh s iteawonsplndi Feasire exp
racti she pleae wean qpd whensh anihthe gadge
manen maer ther tevpoe tickee aonfoprmnt'm
the'd eether rshlie hppey, link-- Piarai
ed sweetnesmldnintronaoCt. O
thse ofthisrivilged, whno erondmper i etysrday wight
Theref t or e,hl irusd the e ne ofg 111 foraMah
odrat no ams szl wt h stinig .fthe Soat<
aonderire thed walntein. will courst m theltho
pringtal her psapnidn and -cmhst batfr teve
liht hsh soleae and e en hPe toeni abo re $ De.0
pleaes ver he eleponeto hr on nynigt a ran
f a new magazine for women.
ied. Your newsdealer has it.
it is worth your white getting
about this magazine. There
about a decent - magazine for
this particular magazine is
lied publications for women.
bit, and then, again, it might
ide-awake, snappy stories
-you will like " Woman.'
feature of the magazine.
women are cast on the same
, a few articles, more or less
a fashion department and a
1lany. "WOMAN" doesn't
ntional model than a yellow
It is built on new lines for a
To know what it is like you
It would cost too much to
s TEN CENTS A COPY,
ery big one-192 pages.
al stories begin in this first num
other good things. You would
before his supply is exhausted.
f COMPANY, New York.
edy disapl)earance I magnificent parade. Friday night a
The system of tor- special concert by the First Band Ar
lopted is profound tillery Corps, will be given on Marion
h1 in its complete- Square. Saturday morning the Soutti
Few of us have Carolina Military Acaden's football
to ref'use to an- -t en will play Mereer C, d legre.
ill. It appeals dir- Spetacular Fightin (. he Flames''
10-S of euriositv. onl Marion Square four niglits during
ing annoying Ines- the week.
e received through The Charleston Poultry Associa
s have the feeling tion will hold its annual exhibition
;ented by the pres- during the entire week. Band coii
really is import- certs and special free shows will be
. No man enjoys given on the streets. Fiae attr4ctions
his wife or his at the theatre. Excursions to Island
circumstances; but and Ft. Sumter. Skating Rink opets.
ver the 'phone and Private entertainments. Illumination
'erb)al castigation and decoration of the city.
h~t have been post
vening leisure or
domestic curtains, ChretnGaWe.
xasperating. Ev'i- TefIo~igpormehsbe
.ere is no legal re- dcdduo o hretnsGl
en0 will continue to
v'ires at their own MO(lyNoebr-pnigo
nit restriotein or the Southern Poultry and Pet Stock
Show, 10 A. M. to 10 P. M. Grand
illumination and decoration of King
street. Spec.tacular and realistic en
Rala Week. tert ainment ''Fighting the Flames,'
.igettsv pr-Charleston fire department.
nnual Gala Week, Tuesday-This will he ''Circus
and1 from all ac' Day.'' Barnum & Bailey's Great
thousands of visit- Shows will be in town and give a
ne has b)een made parade in the morning and perfor
oft giving every mance afternoon and night. The
No ''fake'' showx Pouiltry3 Show wv~ill be going on all
IInage of the (;ala day up to 10 P. M. ''Fighting the
antd t h das 10 Iana !unes will he repeated.''
edl withI music and Wednesday-' 'Military Day,''
net tliuit the Bar- Competitive ''guard mnoutt'' by
?sat ('ireus is to be squads representing the fine batta
sday will br'ing lions of infanitry of the South Caro,
visitors. WVedne.. lina National Guard, on Marion
I1 he the Floral Square in the afternoon. Parade and
Mie isivie to review of the troopis at the conclusion
ies of aiutomnobiles of the competition. Band concert on
'eted from varoius streets in morning.
>riz/es are offered Wednesday nighyt-Pain's pryro
ave been selected technic display and aquatic earnivak
m of South Care- off the Battery. The most gorgeous
and beautiful fireworks exhiibition
a glorious display ever seen in the South is promised.
[tan Beach Fire The Pouliry and Pet Stoek Show
ni's beautiful hiar- continues.
ry. This display Thursday-Band concerts on streets
usands and will be and square, morning. Parade of
seen in the South. Charleston 's splendid fire department,
11 be all kinds of in the afternoon. Poultry Show all
icluding a football day.
of Charleston's Thursday night--Trades disylay
partment. Thure- and fantastic parade. ''F"ighiting .the
Trades and Fan.. Flames:"
ig Street tranfor-, Friday-Band concerts on streets
val of light andl and square,,.morning. Floral parade
be one of 'the great in, the afternoon. 'lllumination &nid
ozon of the comn- carnival of fun. on King street end
i Carolina Nation- concert by famouts First Band Artil
in Charleston to lery Corps, on Ma;rioni Square at
prizes, amounting night. ''Fighting the Flames."
and to take in .a
MRS. GEORGS D. TILLMAN DEAD
Wife of the Late Hon. George D.
TiUman of Edegfield.
Edgefield, Oct. 22.-Mrs. Margaret
Jones Tillman, widow of the late Hon.
George D. Tillman, died at her home
at Clark's Hill this morning, aged 70
years. She will be buried at Clark's
Hill on Wednesday.
The only way some people know is
Hospitality is often nothing more
A secret is never safe after sone
one known you have it.
A Healing Gospel.
The Rev. J. C. Warren. paslor of
Sharon Baptist Church. Belair, Ga,
says of Electric Bitters: it cured me
of lame back, stiff joints, and a com
plete physical collapse I was so weak
it took me half an hour to walk a inile
Two bottles of. Electric Bitters have
made me so strong I have just walked
three miles in 50 minutes and feel like
walking three more. It's made a new
man of me.'' Greatest remedy for
weakness and all Stomach Liver and
Kidney complaints. Sold under guran
tee at W. E. Pelham & Son's Drug
Store. Price soc.
Baroness Alexandra elripenberg
has been nminated for the Finnish
Parliament. Under the new consti
tiltionl of Finlanlid, wolen not. only
have the full ballot. hut are eligible
to all offices.
Chas W. Moore, a machinist, of
Ford City, Pa., had his hand fright
fully burned in an electrical furnace
He applied Bucklen's Arnic, Salve
with the usual result: "a quick and
perfect clire. " Greatest healpi on
,,nrih for RPrns. Wounds, Sores,
Eczema and Piles. 25c. at W. E. Pel.
ham & Son, Druggist
1). Clarence (Gibbonley. fusion can
didate for District Attornev in Phil
adelphia has declared himself in fav
or otf women suffrage-He says, "If
woIen had been voting for the past
few years I feel confident that whe,
I took ly residenee ilr this city 1
would not have found such moral de
.eieratiols as 1 did.'
He Was In Trouble.
"I was in trouble, but found a way
out of it, and I'm a happy man again
since Dr. King's New Life Pills our
me of chronic constipation," says E.
W. Goodloe, 107 St Louis St., Dallas,
Tex. Guaranteed -atisfactory. Price
25 cents at W. E. Pelhan & Son's drug
Every voter in the town of Byden,
Kentucky, forgot to register on the
first Tuesday in Otcober and conse
quently the town. will not be able to
cast any votes in the coming Con
If the women of Denver, Colorado
should foget to register their forget
fulness would be cited as a proof of
their untfitness to vote. What does
the forgetfulness of these men prove?
Luckiest Man in Arkansas.
"I'm the luckiest man In Arkansas,'
writes H L. Stanley, of Bruno, "since
the restoratlou of my wife's health
after five years of continuous coughing
and bleeding from the lungs; and I'
owe my good fortune to the .world's
greatest medicine, Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, which I know
from experience will cure consumption
if taken in time. My wife improved
with first bottle and twelve bottles
completed the cure.'' Cures the worst
coughs and colds or money refunded.
At W. E. Pelbam & Son's druggist.
50c. and 81.00. Trial bottle free.
that will last a life tim*es is what you
want. Our O gans have a pure tone
and lovely cases We can supply
you with an Organ that will please in
every particular for only $65 and $70
delivered. Write us for our special
terms of payment, and for illustrations
of the beautiful Organs referred to.
If you prefer a Piano we have beau
tiful and good new Uprights from $185
up on easy terms.
Malone's Music House,
c.UMBIA, S. C.
Buggy For Sale
r-$48 . 00
F Iirst-ciass leather quarter-top buggy guar
anteed; set of single buggy harness, S6.oo
Georgia Vecicle Mtaufacturing co.,
I 52 w. .Mitchell st.. Atlauta, Oa .
J. VW WHITE,
Are the ones who sit down a
They tut this and that together
don't bite at all "Bargain Ad" F
"We give such
They know that they save nickle
article they buy from us. No d
pared or financially able to give
money than we are. It actually
a double-seated carriage and a c
all the goods that a farmer boug
We have thousands of bargains
only mention here' a very few.
500 pairs Pants. not a single pE
$1.50, our price 92c. pair.
300 pairs Knee Pants, every pa
250 Men's Suits, not a Suit in t
our price $4.98.
100 Boys' Suits, not,a suit In t
our price 89c.
DRESS GOODS.-Here's whei
back. Don't buy a single yard c
Worsteds, Woolens Outings. etc
e, ifoudon't buy it will post you al
SHOIS! SHOESY -eave the Shoes, 5
money, you want the Shoes-Going at e
Coe bfore you buyW aeltl
the time to dispose of goods for less than
SPECIAL;-10 yds. 40 in. heavy White H
Best Stoves a
When in Need of Ai
GEO. D. DA
Where you find everyl
One Whole Week of Ft
October 29 to
Worry and Care Releg
Bill for the Entir<
Everybody is Invited t
$50,000 Spent for i
One Fare for Round '1
A Few of the Many Good
Pain's Fireworks, 'Fall .of Pomn
and Pet Stock Show. Agricultura:
Racing--5 Dagys. Dr. Julian Thomn
Animrai Show. TR'.Miiful Dancin~geI
Wrestling. A Live Dragon, from 1
.Live Fox Chase. And Much More i
For Full Inofowiatlon Wite W.
nd consider things carefully.
and draw conclusions. They
lins at Ic. paper, Towels Oc.
s, dimes and dollars on every
ther merchant is better pre
you "greater values" for your
required a two-horse wagon,
'ne-hurse buggy to carry off
ht from us last week for $100.
In every department. We can
Jir in the lot- worth less than
Ir worth 50c, our price 23c. pr.
ie lot worth less than $7.50,
he lot worth less than $2.50,
,e we rip competition up the
f your Brilliantines, Henriettas,
., until you have seen our line.
id save you many dollars.
oupve got the money, we want the
ime to write advertisements, but all
all the rest.
The Fair and Square Dealer.
)mespun at only 59c.
thing Good to Eat
hing nice and fresh.
5 O'clock Tea,
M. M. Dainty.
VE NPOR T.
El3 110. '
TA, GA .Nov. 3
n, Frolic and instruct
. Frorn Monday
ated to the Pa:'.--Tho \
Week is MIrth
o Attend the Big Fair:
rip on All Railroads.
Things Offered for Your
peii," $ro,ooo Display. Poultry
and Live' Stock Show.. Hofse
as' Air Ship and Balloon. Wild
sirls. T wo Big Brass Bands. Bull
?~anama. Lottie the Living Doll.
o0 See and Heoar--Don't Miss It.
J. MOOPE. Seo'y. Augunta na