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CAPTAIN 0. W.'BAUB
AVA NTS MORE MEN
Volunteers For Traynham Guards Want
ed Now for Next Years Encampment
The following order from Adjutant
General Boyd will be of interest to the
members of Company "D" and pros
The attention of the National Guard
of this State is called to the following
extract from letter received from War
Department, Division of Militin Affairs:
It is profitless and an unnecessary
expense to the State and to the United
States to have men participate in coast
defense exercises, or other field maneu
vers or exercises, who have not re
ceived previous instruction in the armo
ries in the "School of the Soldier" and
such other elementary instruction as re
cruits should receive before partici
pating in such military exercises. So
important is this regarded that the De
partment will not hereafter approve
the muster and payment of enlisted
men of the Organized Militia from
United States funds who have not been
bona fide members of the organizations
for at least six months prior to the date
of the commencement of the maneu
vers or exercises, and who have not
been reasonably well instructed in the
"School of the Soldier, "Small-Arms
Firing Regulations" and "Manual of
Guard Duty," to include the following:
Drill Regulations, United States Army,
edition of 1904:
Paragraphs 30 to 37, inclusive.
Paragraphs 39 to 79, inclusive.
Paragraphs 91 to 157, inclusive.
Small-Arms Firing Regulations:
Paragraphs 1 to 56, inclusive.
Manual Guard Duty.
Paragraphs 194 to 269, inclusive.
Parographs 864 to 368, inclusive.
Paragraphs 372 to 376, inclusive.
It is hereby ordered that no regimen
tal or company commander shall take
to any coast defense exercises, or other
field maneuver camp, any enlisted man
who has not been a bona fide member
of the National Guard of South Caro
lina for at least six months prior to
date of commencement of the exercises
or maneuvers, and who has not received
the prescribed preliminary instruction
outlined by the War Department.
By order of the Commander-in-Chicf.
J. C. BOYD,
Adjutant and Inspector General.
WILLIAM T. BROCK,
Assistant Adjutant and Inspector
Captain O. W. Babb is giving much
time, thought and energy toward per
fecting the membership of Traynham
Guards. It is his desire to have the
very best company in the State, com
posed of the most reliable, best be
haved, most intelligent young men ol
the community. To this end he issues
a call for at least a dozen men, whom
he hopes to enroll by Christmas. This
time limit is set because according to
the above order those enrolled under
six months before the time of encamp
ments will not be permitted to partici
Traynham Guards is already one of
the finest companies in South Carolina,
but some more men are needed; sober,
well-behaved, intelligent men. It is
hoped that such as these will enlist as
early as possible.
Tickling or dry Coughs will quickly
loosen when using Dr. Shoop's Cough
Remedy. And it is so thoroughly harm
less that Dr. Shoop tells mothers to use
nothing else, even for very young ba
bies. The wholesome green ienves and
tender stems of a lung healing moun
tainous shrub give the curative proper
ties to Dr. Shoop's Cough Remedy. It
calms the cough and heals the sensitive
bronchial membranes. No opium, no
chloroform, nothing harsh used to in
jure or suppress. Demand Dr. Shoop's.
Accept no other. Sold by Palmetto
The next regular examination for
teacher's certificates will be held in the
Court (louse, at Laurons, S. C, on Fri
day. October ItUh, 1908.
Sept. 12, 1908. R. W.NASM,
7-,-,t Co. Supt. of Education.
SOUTHEASTERN COMPANY PAYS
The Southeastern Life Insurance
Company today paid a claim of $2,000
to the beneficiaries of William H. Mc
Caw, a prominent attorney of York
ville, Who was insured in tho Spartan
burg company. Mr. McCaW died last
Sunday, September 20th, a-hd proof of
his death was received this morning,
and by noon the claim Was approved
and a Check for the sum. of $2,000 was
mailed to the beneficiaries.
The Southeastern /Life Insurance
Company of S'partaiiburg was one
among several companies in which Mr.
McCaw carried life, insurance. When
tho company reee/ved proof of tho
death of the insured prompt action
was taken, for within three hours after
the proof of death had been received
at the office of the company a check
was mailed to Mrs. McCaw. The
Southeastern always makes it a point
lo set He its losses promptly. During
the three years the company hp.s been
in business it has had seven losses and
all were paid promptly.- Spartanburg
BROADDUS BSTES, Agent,
I,aureus, S. C.
Latest Contributions from the Realms of Fashions will be Presented
Thursday, OCT. 1st.
What the World's cleverest designers have conceived and talented fingers have reali/.cd, what work rooms have produced and Factories wrought
to grace the Autumn Maid and Matron will be presented to the friends and customers of this Store, Til ursday, ()ct. ist, IQ08. It is no light task to
forecast the trend of the Styles?to summons from the ranks of bidders for Fashion's favor the New Things w'lich will be acclaimed, approved and
adopted?to separate the good from the indifferent?the pure gold from the dross ? yet on its ability to do this, rests the success of a store. How well we
have worked to this end remains for you to say, we await your verdict with confidence, a confidence justified by the cue and pains, the study and effort
which this whole organization has expended to lay at your feet the very best of the Newest productions of the leading makers of Fashions. The best
Garments, Dress Goods, Silks, Millinery, Notions, Shoes, Men's and Boys'Clothing.
Kvery Stock and every section of the store is swelled to over-flowing and in gay attire for our Fall Opening. We invite you to come and biing
The Millinerj' Department
Is resplendent with beautiful creations for the Opening. Our showing is a revelation of Season's
most approved Styles. What's fashionable will be round here. The New Gage Hats, the New Pattern
Hats, the New Street Hats.
Your presence to the Greatest Millinery Opening of the year is cordially requested. We await
of mSSt^ jm
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The Fall Most Fashionable Dress Goods
Diversity is the feature of our Dress Goods and Silk Kxhibits. Kvery New Fabric
idea, every New Weave effect, every Fashionable color scheme is represented in our
Showing. A more Stylish or complete assortment cannot be found anywhere. Mere
Panamas, Chevron Stripes, Chiffon Broadcloth.
And all the Popular Cloths in all the leading Shades for Fall.
A Word to Men of the New Fall Clothing!
Our Clothing Stock is otic of the strong features of our store. We are showing the
Newest Fabrics and Fashions in Men's and Boys1 Clothing, the biggest assortments, best
grades, most pleasing styles and best values, that's the story in a nutshell.
A WORD ABOUT Ol'B SHOES!
Our .Shoe Department was never in such superb readiness to supply the wants of Men ,
Women and Children with Shoes for dress Up, street or ordinary wear. It is as complete as
as any good Shoe Stoek can be.
OUTFITTERS FOR THK WIIOLF FAMILY
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