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SHERIFF VITH HIM ELUDES
WOULI QBE LYNCHERS.
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Nejjro Accus? d of Attempted Criminal
Assault, i Lodged in Charleston |
.Tail After Exciting Flight
Following advices from Governor
Blease's offlJ e. Sheriff Owens early
Wednesday ifternoon secretly re
moved from the Dorchester County
iail Clinton Glover, the negro sus
pected of hi ving attempted to com
mit criminal assault upon a respect
ed white wo aan of St George. The
sheriff atten pted to reach the Gov
ernor persor illy, but he was in New
York, and 1 is private secretary ad
vised that t te prisoner be conveyed
to the Stat i Penitentiary for safe
The sherlf's plans were executed
in auch a m inner that practically no
one knew w iat steps had been taken
chtll a' god vhilo after he had spirit
ed the susp* ;ted man away. He left
iby private onveyahce, with'no'one
accompanyii g him except the pris
oner It is thought that it was his
intention to follow a circuitous route
Ad board .he train at some small
station In tie vicinity of Branchville,
^although rtoeated efforts have tail
ed to disclo e his whereabouts up to
im'medlo* dy following *?he news a
? posse, it is understood, was immed
iately form d, going in different di
rections r. he only trains that the
sheriff coul 1 possibly have taken do
not reach h ?re until in the neighbor
hod of 7 o'( ock in the evening Un
less he mai aged to elude the posse,
it is probat e that he was overtaken.
The sher ff also attempted to com
municate v 1th Solicitor Hilderbrand
in an effon to get a special term of
Court to ti y the negro. It was his
belief that i speedy trial would be a
tendency tc discourage the wreaking
of'summer' vengeance. The solici
tor, however, is spending some time
at Glenn ? prlngs and could not be
reached, Should the sheriff be suc
cessful in 1 is effort to get the negro
within the vails of the Penitentiary,
tnere Is lit ie doubt but that the
movement 1 o secure a special term of
Court will be taken up. 1 '
The bloodhounds from the county'
-chain gang reached the scene of the
crime at a >out 2 o'clock this morn
ing, which was a little more than
4Iu*ee houri after the occurencs.
There was some little delay, due to
the fact tint one of the automobiles
Aad to be supplied with gasoline be
before the return trip could .be made.
The dogs were immediately carried
near the w ndow from which the sus
pect leaped after having been freight
ened by th ? screams of the woman.
Little di Ilculty was had in getting
the trail, ?hlch led by a circuitous
route to ti e home of the negro, who
had been p revlously apprehended and
lodged in t ae county jail. After hav
ing reach* i the home of the negro,
the dogs t: ailed to the jail where the
negro had oeen previously taken. The
sheriff wo ild not open the doors of
the jail f >r the dogs to enter be
cause of t ie possibility that the ne
gro would fall Into unoffical hands
and ,be ro ighly dealt with.
The lad] who was attacked was not
??erlously . ajured, and .beyond a lit*
?t nervou has about recovered. The
excltemen has cooled down to a con
siderable degree. There is consid
erable speculation as to the prisoner
and the p sse. It is pretty general
ly believec that there will be no fur
ther effor at mot violence in the
event tha1 the sheriff is succesful In
eluding^tt 9 posse, which, It Is under
stood, Is j ow endeavoring to get the
prisoner l*om him.
The Ne ? and Courier saytf Clover
was '"bro .ght to Charleston from St
George "V ednesday and lodged for
safekeepii g in the Charleston Coun
ty Jail. ( lover was brought by Sher
iff Owens whose purpose is said to
have beer to avoid a lynching. From
various i Durces the statement has
come tha . 500 men intended Wed
nesday n'ght to break into the jail,
get Glov. r and lynch him. When
seen at trie jail Glover denied that he
had com: litted the crime
A repo ter for The News and
Courier nterviewed Glover at the
Jail and ound the negro very ready
to tell w iat he alleged to be the
truth. Clover is a young man. a
bout eig! teen or twenty years old,
according to his own statement. He
is dark a id not rough looking. His
face is n >t unpleasant In reply to
numerou! questions asked by the re
porter G: Dver told of being brought
here aboi t as follows:
About 3 o'clock yesterday after
noon, he said, Sheriff Owens entered
his cell a id took him out, telling
him that he was to ,be taken away
from St. George. Glover said he
was told by Sheriff Owens that the
latter ws3 taking him away because
he was i fraid that Glover might be
taken oi t of the jail and personal
violence done to him The Sheriff,
accordini to Glover, 6aid that he
could no . take the latter to Colum
bia, beca ise they would probably be
headed o f and that the ouly thing to
do would, be to go to Charleston.
Instea 1 of heading straight for
Chariest m with Glover, Sheriff Ow
ens, the negro sa.d, went about
twelve niles outside of St. George,
following various paths and then cir
cled bac :, coming to the railroad at
Bird's S ation, four miles east of St
George. There he took the train
and broi ght his prisoner to this city.
Clover then said that he was not a
native o ' St. George, but was origi
nally fr >m Wllliston. He had been
living.in St. George less than a year
having ;one there last winter and
married there in January. Asked
?where t ie house of the lady who is
the victim of the Qfrime is situated in
referenc i to his own, Glover answer
ed that the lady's house was about
half a n lie from his own and that it
was on the other side of the center
of the ti wn
Tellii g the story of his arrest,
THAT BOOSTER """TIP.
What Is Said About \ , y the Press
of Other Towns.
The Branchville Journal printed- a
three column cut of the "Orangeburg
Boosters at Branchville." and under
neath had this to say a,oout the Boo
"Thursday last Branchville was
Visited by as jolly and clever a party
of business men as the town has had
the pleasure of meeting in many a
day. The gentlemen composing the
party were the Orangeburg 'Boosters,
led by Col. A H. Marchant, the gen
ial secretary of the Chamber of Com
merce of the progressive City on the
Edisto. The Boosters were makin'g
an automobile tour of the nearby
towns and after a stop of an hour
here, during which a short concert
}was give innfronothfJeuotarnl
was given in front of.the Journal of
fice on Main street, their journey
was continued to Bamberg."
In speaking of the 'Booster Trip"
to that hustling little city, the Bam
berg Herald says:
The crowd of Oraugehurg business
men who were out on a boosting trip
visiting various towns In this sec
tion paid Bamberg a vjslt last Thurs
day about noon.;
There were fifteen automobiles
carrying the party which ' consisted
of a number of the most prominent
business men of Orangeburg accom
panied by the Oran,geT>urg milltai.,
band. It was a pleasure to us to
meet several friends from our sister
town, among them Messrs# M. O.
Dantdler, A. H. Marchant,' W. G.
Smith, R L Berry, the Sims boys and
others. As the party was late on
their schedule their stop in Bamberg
was short but a number of people
were on hand while the band played
several selections and a lot of adver
tising matter for Orangeburg' mer
chants including the booster edition
of the Times and Democrat, was dis
tributed. The "booster trip was a fine
idea, and it will be o? benefit to Or
angeburg, and its success is due to
the live secretary of the Chamber of
Commerce, iMr. Atticus H. Mar
Here is what the People of Barn
"Barnwell was full of glad life on
Thursday afternoon for the hour that
fourteen automobiles from Orange
'burg were packed around, the Circle
and 57 of the llvest, clevereBt and
jotllest Irooetersl'fxoni the City on the
Edisto made wise and witty speeches,
sang catchy songs and enjoyed the
creature comforts that were lavish
ly provided for them. The open air
concert of their brass band was a
Here is what the Calhoun Ad
vance, published at St. Matthews,
had in the editorial column this
"The booster's club composed of
a number of business men of Orange
burg, were here Monday afternoon
boosting Orangebun? in great style.
The club came via automobiles and
spent an hour in our midst, vieing
with our citizens in exchangig "hot
air shots," distributing circulars and
periodicals, etc They were accompa
nied by several ladies and the Or
anigeburg Orchestra. The latter fur
nished some fine music. This is
the Edisto City and will no doubt
certainly a good advertisement for
mean a great deal from a- business
standpoint. They were welcome
?here! We are glad they came "
UNION GAVE A PICNIC.
Was Largely Attended by Members
of the Order *.nd Others
Trinity Farmers' Union, No.
296, gave a farmen;' union picnic and
barbecue dinner Monday at Trinity
school house, about four miles east
of Woodford in Orangeburg county,
This was largely attended by the
members of Trinity and other neigh
horing local unions and their friends.
A large number of ladies were pres
J, Whitner Reid, secretary of the
State Farmers' Union, was the speak
er of the occasion. His address gave
the plan of the organization of the
Farmers' union and some idea of its
strength in the State. The work of
the union was also explained and the
Mississippi warehouse company's op
eration was igiven in detail
|The speaker mentioned that plans
are now being put on foot in this
State to cooperate with the Missis
sippi company. Examples of coop
eration were given in other States.
The elimination of waste was also
discussed to some extent
The address was well received and
will help the cause of the Farmers' I
union in that section. The 'bounti
ful dinner which followed was pro
verbial of Southern hospitality
On this trip Secretary Reid made
arangeraents for some who are in
terested to assist in working up a
new local union at Woodford. This
will soon be organized and charter
ed and will add another in Orange
burg, which is already a strong Far
mers' union count}'.
Glover is Wanted.
Sheriff Salley has notified the
sheriff of Dorchester county to hold
the negro, Clinton Glover, who has
been arrested at St George and
charged with attempted assault upon
a prominent white woman of that
town. Glover is thought to be the ne
ligro wanted here for grand larceny.
If Glover is not tne negro wanted at
St. George he will be brought to this
Glover said that he was In bed late
Tuesday night and that he was awak
I ened ,by a knock at the door. He
went to the door and found the po
lice there and was told to put on his
clothes and go with them. He says
he obeyed without any delay At that
time, he said he did not know what
they wanted hi:.i for and they did
not tell him. It was only when he
way to the city, according to his story
that Sheriff Owens told him the
charge against him, which, he says,
astonished him very much.
THE COUNTY TOWNS
ORANGEBURG "BOOSTERS" SAW
Towns They Visited and Country
Traversed on Automobile Trip in
An automobile trip through Or
angeburg county along with the
trade "iboosters" carried the local
correspondent of The State to nearly
every section of this county and he
says the great advancement that the
county Is malcing along all lines
shows that Orangeburg Is well apace
with the progress of modern times.
.The towns of Norway Springfield,
Sawyerdale, Neeses, Livingston,
North, Woodford, Raymond, Bow
man, Ruples, Holly Hill, Eutawville,
Ferguson, Vances, Parlers, Elloree
and East Orange were visited The
progress that the towns in Orange
burg county are making in the erec
tion of business houses and dwellings
and in growth cannot but attract the
A porsperous atmosphere prevails
and the farmer's homes are up-to
date. The old farm houses are con
spicuous only by t^heir absence and
what are left are now being displaced
by painted modern homes, equipped
with conveniences of this day.
The rural free delivery and rifral
telephones have been great factors
in making country Hie pleasant and
attractive in Orangeburg county. The
roads of the county are in better con
dition, as a whole, than ever .before,
modern methods of road building
Building activity is especially no
ticeable in the towns of Norway,
Springfield, North, Bowman and Hol
ly Hill. At Norway H. B Fulmer is
having a large, two-story brick build
ing constructed, which will have two
store rooms, one to be occupied by
one of the Norway hanks. B B.
Williams has a two-story brick build
ing in course of erection. G. F Gib
son is .building a brick store for his
general .merchandise business. Wil
liams 'Brothers have erected a large
tginnery at Norway The Bank of
Norway has Increased Its capital
stock to $25,000. Several residences
are being built.
At North, Dr. T A. Jones is erect
ing a two story-brick "building The
Johnson company have erected a
large store -building. There are a
number of stores just erected and
some are in the course of erection in
the business district that waB burn
ed many months ago. There are
about five other store buildings that
have been recently constructed.
Holly Hill is pushing forward rap
id^ and much building construction
is going on there. R. F. Way is hav
ing a two-story brick building erect
ed, the first floor to contain two
stores, while the second floor will "be
fitted for hotel purposes Mr.
Horres is having two stores erected
on Main street. Dr. Wells and Mr.
Hart are having pretty homes built
The Methodists and Baptists of Hoi
ly Hill now worship in their new
The agricultural condition of the
county is good and encouraging de
spite the weather conditions of the
year. The continued drought has
worked havoc In some sections of
the county, but the farmers will gen
erally make enough to do them, while
the cotton crop as a whole, is one of
the best ever raised in this county.
The cotton is opening fast and the
farmers are -busy making prepara
tions for the gathering and ginning of
WILL TAKE IN REUNION.
Once Again Heroes of Gray Assem
ble in Palmetto Capital.
fThe annual reunion of the Con
federate Veterans begins in Colum
bia Tuesday. Arangements are being
made by the Capital city to splendid
ly entertain the old Vets, and a royal
welcome is promised to each one of
them. Camp Thomas J. Glover Unit
ed Confederate Veterans of this city
will leave Tuesday morning on the
"5 o'clock train for the reunion.
A letter from N. 0 Pyles, chair
man of the Committee of Arrange
ments to Quartermaster F. S. Dib
ble, says that rates of lodging and
board run from $1 to $2.50 per
day according to location, etc. The
different regiments will not have
special headquarters Tents will be
placed on the State House grounds,
and will be occupied by the Veterans.
Two meals per day will be served in
Craven Hall near the skyscraper.
Miss McMichael Entertains.
Miss Simsie McMichael was host
ess at a "spend the day" party
Thursday at which Misses Coy Bow
man of Rowesville and Miss Caugh
man of Columbia were the honor
guests. Music and conversation were
the pastimes and dinner was served
about the middle of the day. '.M'iss
McMichael's guests were Misses Bow
man, Caughman and Walker, also
Messrs. Walker, Theo Wolfe, Willie
Crum and Russell Wolfe
Cope on the Map.
A dispatch from Cope says that al
though only a small town, and honor
ed by few of Orangeburg boosters on
the trip, Cope still claims to be a
place of some importance All doubt
ers are referred to the Denmark base
ball team which was "licked to a
frazzle" at Co.ie Tuesday. Cope has
won thirteen games out of eighteen
this summer, and claims the cham
pionship, .barring Springfield and
Won and Lost One.
Orangeburg played St. Matthews
two games, Wednesday and Thurs
day. She lost the first, but won the
second game 1 to 0 That must have
been a pretty game, provided there
was no kicking.
PICNIC AT JERUSALEM.
Woodmen Circle Grove of Elloree
The annual picnic of the Woodmen
Circle Grove of Elloree was held at
the Jerusalem church grounds, near
Elloree, on Thursday. The Woodmen
?Circle is the auxiliary for the ladies
of the Woodmen of the World, and
this picnic in charge of the ladies
fully measured to the time honored
past reputation of that section foi
.being at the top notch In such mat
ters. The members of the several
camps of the Woodmen of the World
were on hand, and the public gener
ally had been invited. There was a
very large crowd present. The best
of good thinigs to eat were provided
in abundance by the ladies for their
visiting friends and neighbors, and
refreshments were sold for the bene
fit of the grove The picnic was in
all respects a pleasant and successful
The exercises of the day were open
ed with prayer by the Rev. J. E.
Strickland, of the Methodist church.
Dr. A W. Browning presided and
made the introductory address. The
next speaker was the Rev. Mr. Bar
rett, of the Baptist Church, who im
pressed upon the Woodmen several
varieties of trees, (jealousy,-igno
rance, envy, etc.) that they should
cut away and destroy with their axes
as they wen?, into the forest.
Senator Robert Lide, Past Head
Consul of this State, then spoke en
tertaingly of his recent trip to at
tend the Sovereign 'Convention at
Rochester, N Y., and pointed out
some of the duties of the member
ship of such an order towards the
betterment of conditions and im
Solicitor W. Hampton Cobb, of Co
lumbia was the last speaker. Mr.
Cobb is an enthusiastic and loyal fra
ternalist and he spoke well of the In
fluence of fraternalism upon the
world today. Its influence is one of
the most potent factors in promot
ing universal peace at work today.
He made a good address and was at
Both Mr. Cobb and Mr. Lide were
representatives of the more than 25,
000 Woodmen of this State at the
Sovereign Camp Convention which
met In Rochester, N. Y., last June,
and the latter was made a member
of the law committee, the only stand
ing committee of the convention.
Of Their Treatment by Orangcburg
Springfield, S. .C. Aug. 18, 1911.
Editor The Times and Democrat:
We believe It our duty to let the
good people of the city of Orange
burg know exactly how the manager
of the base ball team of your city
treated us last evening.
Some days ago, i.Miike Gleaton,
manager of the Springfield team
?went with Summers Di'bble to Orange
burg to try and arrange a match
between the two towns named
On consultation with several of the
players of the Orangeburg team it
was agreed that Mr. Kenneth Low
man should give the Springfield
team a definite answer Monday morn
ing last, Aug. 21.
At the time mentioned he did con
firm the arrangement by talking to
Summers Dibble, and telling him ev
erything had been arranged for the
game Thursday evening Aug. 17.
Yesterday evening we hired or
used 12 automobiles carrying about
60 boys to the city at a cost of more
than one hundred dollars, believing
that we were going to play with gen
tlemen under a contract to receive
75 per cent of the gate receipts
which would In some measure com
pensate the boys for their outlay
many of whom were poor boys, with
no money to throw away.
Imagine our surprise on reach
ing the Queen City of Carolina, to
find a total absence of evry man that
confirmed the agreement. Now good
people, this may be the style In your
city but it doesn't suit Springfield,
and we desire to resent any such
At the same time we desire to ex
tend our thanks to the "real citi
zens" of your city that so kindly' re
ceived us, among whom we will
mention Mr. Gardner, the big gen
ial sunny hearted countryman who
sells buggies and wagons, Ed Can
non who is no less kind and consid
erate, J. E. Glover than whom Or
angeburg has no better citizen. The
moving picture man, we don't know
his name, and hope the Editor will
supply same, he's made right, and
treated us right, and to our friends
Zeigler & Dibble, the insurance kings
of the city. To these and all others
we extend thanks.
Mike Gleaton, Mgr.
S. W. Dibble, Sec-Treas.
Both Stricken at Once.
The Calhoun Advance says: "On
Friday of last week Marion, son of
Mr. J. S. Stabler was taken ill. his
physicians announced his illness ap
pendicitis, ad immediately had him
taken to Columbia hospital where an
operation was performed upon his
arrival. The next day another son
Adelbert was taken with the same
disease and was taken to the hospital
and operated upon also Both are get
ting along as well as can be expected.
Friend Stabler and wife has the sym
pathy of their many friends in their
Evidently Soiiiq Misunderstanding.
Thursday afternoon the Sprngfield
base ball team came to this city to
play ball having made arrangements
several days before, but the local
team had gone to St. Matthews to
play three games. It is said that a
letter was written to Springfield can
celling the engagement, which letter
was not received The visitors were
naturally indignant p.t their treat
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
PICKED UP ALL OVER TOWN BI
What Is Happening Here and There.
Local Items of Personal Interest to
lit /. . i . . . . ? .
... fa. > ?. .-. . j >-*? ? ? -...':?? '?? : rs
20.000 by 1920.
There will probably he a dance
next Wednesday night.
Mr I. W. Mordecal has gone on a
trip to New York for a few days.
"/Cotton pickers and smali change
will soon be in demand.
Misses Claudine Wannamaker and
Wilhelmina Antley left Wednesday
for Waynesvllle for r-jveral weeks.
Col. ML O. Dantzler has gone for a
few days to Montreat, N C., where he
will join his lamily.
Several people from here went on
the excursion to Washington, D C,
Preperations are being made now
for the County Fair to be held here
neft November. Attractions are be
ing looked for to entertain.
Ad a cotton market Orangeburg
was all right last year The very
highest price possible was paid for
the staple by the cotton men here.
Under the circumstances the
Springfield boys would be j?stlfied
in claiming that the Orangeburg boys
dodged a good licking.'
Orangeburg must boost her cotton
market by paying the very highest
price for the staple possible. This
city ought to handle twenty-five
thousand bales of cotton this season.
St. Matthews must have had all
her pretty girls and matrons on
dress parade when the Orangeburg
Boosters were up there, as we did not
see any other kind while there.
On Saturday night the angel of
death visited the home of Mr. and
Mrs. William Staley at Lone Star and
too therefrom their little infant son,
Sidney, about two years old.
Jn considering the prices paid for
cotton at Orangeburg it must always
^ept in mind that the prices nam
ed are in hard cash and not on lien,
accounts as in some places.
I.Vfiss Minnie Godfrey and brother,
I M. Godfrey, left for the Northern
markets Wednesday morning to get
the fall stock for Godfrey's Million
Two classical and clever rag-time
comedians will appear at the "popu
lar Photo Play House tonight. The
Theato. No extra charge. Herbert L
The Editor of the Times and Dem
ocrat Is under obligation to Brother
Prickett, of the Advance, for courte
sies while on the "Booster Trip" to
At St. Matthews one day last week
the horse of Mr. M Jarecky took
fright at an automobile and turned
the buggy over, throwing him and
his little grand daughter out. Luck
ily they escaped unhurt.
George Prophet, a fifteen year old
negro hoy, living on the place of Mr.
J. E Wahnamaker, near St. Mat
thews, shot himself while projecting
with a pistol a few days ago in the
Wade Hampton Cobb, Esq., of Co
lumbia, was in the city Thursday
night. He is Solicitor of the Elgth
Circuit and Past Grand Master of
the Odd -Fellows of South Carolina.
While here he attended the local
lodge and gave the members a talk.
On the Booster trip to St. Mat
thews on Monday afternoon we rode
in an Oakland machine, driven by
Mr. Richard McMichael, who Is an
expert when it comes to handing au
tos. We made splendid time going
and returning without the slightest
The Editor of The Times and Dem
ocrat only went on the Booster trip
to St. Matthews. On the other trips
The Times and Democrat was repre
sented by her young men. If all the
trips were as pleasant as the one to
St Matthews their poularity can
ea?ily be accounted for.
If people would only abstain from
[ throwing banana peeling, paper and
other litter into the street, fewer
towns would have that slovenly,
down-at-heel appearance which mars
their attractiveness. How about you?
Do you ever do any of these things?
If you do, stop it, and help the looks
of the town out.
The Calhoun Advance says: "Mr.
and Mrs. Jas. M Haigler spent sev
eral days last week at Marshallville,
Ga. It Is rumored that friend Haig
lei is figuring on. buying him a
home in Georgia and moving out
there. We hope that the rumor Is]
false and that he will remain in Cal
houn with us."
The St. Matthews correspondent of
The News and Courier claims that the
first county school Trustee Associa
tion in this State was organized in
Calhoun County. Such an association
was organized in Orangeburg Coun
ty before Calhoun County was form
ed. So Lexington and Calhoun will
both take back seats. This is written
simply to keep the recora s.raight
An Elloree letter says "rotton is
opening very rapidly on account of
the excessive hot and dry weather,
and the indications are that there
will be a lot of it put on the market
very soon. While the indications are
that there will be a full crop made in
this section the crop is rapidly deter
iorating and many of the farmers say
the weed is loosing a great deal of
its fruit "
The following invitations have
just been issued: Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ter Cannon request the honor of your
presence at the marriage of their
cousin Jessie Estelle Cannon to Mr.
James William Barry Wednesday
evening the thirtieth of August nine
teen hundred and eleven at half after
six o'clock, one hundred and forty
South Broughton street, Orange
burg, S. C At home Charlotte, N.
Don't Deceive Yourself Thinking,
"Lumber k Lumber."
and that you can buy it haphazardly with price the only thought
in view. Much good natur lumber is spoiled in the process of
manufacture or the way it is cared for after manufactured.
;T The only way you can be .sure of good lumber is
?to see what you are getting before you buy.
We have it here for your inspection and can save yoa
money and give you the best to be had, and when you want it.
Let us figure with you and show you just what you will
Also handle best line of all other building material, such
as: Lath, Shingles, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Brick, Plaster, etc.
Shipments to all parts of the South. Any quantity. %
START THAT HOME NOW.
"THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE HOME."
;Let's talk It over at close range and show you how little
it costs for a nice home.
Orangebarg Lumber and Supply Company,
ORANGEBURG, S C. jX
Duke Avenue and Barton Street. 'Phone 442. i >
Perhaps These Are Dull Days*
With Some Merchants But
With KOHN'S It Is a Time
of Busy Hours?Summer
Goods Are Going; New Fall
Goods Are Coming In.
We hear the oft repeated complaint of, "Oh, how
dull tSings are." We car.'t see it that way at all.
Because the summer sales on all goods for that sea
son and ti e arrivals from the markets for Fall keep us
always busy and happy. Our buyers report good
progress?better come in and see us,.,
SILK SALE?A grand opportunity to get a silk
dress, waist or evening dress for less than cost. Two
lots ranging in price, from 35c to $1.25 at 2o & 50c.
BRASSIERS?We are the first to 5ell these nec
essary dress articles in this part of the State. You
cant imagine how comfortable and essential they are
to your stylish appearance until you wear them. We
sell the DeBevoise only. All sizes. 50c and $1.00,
BEDSPREADS and TOWELS?two especial
fy good values.
$200 Bedspreads, heavy and good . . $1.50
$1.50 Bed spreads, Miller make . . . $1.00
20c Linen finished towels.11C
NEW SLIPPERS and SHOES-The Fall line
is in for women and cW|jdrep.>nWhy not get. shoe
satisfaction early? The moderate cpst.yvHI repay you.
K 0 H N' S
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CARLISLE FITTING SCHOOL
"The School that Stands for Work and Character."
Let us give your Boy and Girl the training they need?honest, thor
ough work under positive Christian Influences. WHY TAKE
CHANCES? Our School Is owned and controlled by Wofford College
and IS NOT A SHAM. Recognized standard of Scholarship. Enlargr
ed faculty?all men of College and University training. Individual
attention. Study Hall. 4 1-2 hours a day, conducted by Teacher.
Unsurpassed Health. Pure Artesian Water. Hot and Cold Baths.
Entirely separate boarding departments for Boys and Girls. Prices
lowest consistent with good service.
'Boarding capacity limited?write to-day for handsome
catalogue. Nineteenth year begins Sept. 20th, 1911.
J. Caldwell Guilds, 1H. A., Head Master.
A Reminder Thet We Are Ready to Serve You.
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