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Good Clothes and "Making
Good59 go together
Because this is true,
we've selected Kuppen
heimer Clothes as our standard.
They are standard inas
much as they combine every
desirable feature of every other
line with an originality and
distinctiveness all their own.
These clothes merit your
approval; (they gain and retain
your confidence and good will;
they are the way and means by which we
are "making good" with the men of this
town who know and appreciate correctness
The Fall stocks are resplendent
with the choicest products of the great
House of Kuppenheimer
?they're larger and better than any clothing stock ever shown in this section ; they include
everj' style, model and fabric that is deservedly popular} you'll find here ana now just the
garment that your person demands?that your mind delights in.
We find it difficult to enumerate any particular special offering?they
are all "SPECIAL"?but here's a combination that you w;ll appreciate} ?
We want you to feel more than welcome in the
bright cheerful store of
The House of McNamara
during Fair Week. Come make yourself at home.
WE WANT YOU ALL TO PEEL THAT THIS IS YOUR STORE,AND IF THERE IS
ANYTHING WE CAN DO TO MAKE YOUR STAY MORE PLEASANT PLEASE ASK IT.
When in the city enjoying the Fair
stop in at the STAR Theatre and see
the up-to-date pictures.
During the fair week we will have
a special line of good pictures. They
will please you.
WITH A TEAM OF THREE PERFECT-SCORE CARS, MAXWELL IS
THE ONLY ONE OF SIXTY-FOUR C OMPETITORS TO FINISH THE
GRUELLING 1454-MILE JOURNEY WITHOUT A SINGLE PENALTY.
ANOTHER MAXWELL ENTERED BY GOV. HOKE SMITH OF GEORGIA,
FINISHED WITH A PERFECT SCORE, COMPETING FOR THE INDI
. VIDUAL PRIZE AND AWARDED THE ANDERSON TROPHY.
Three Maxwell Cars which left New York on October 14, finished their 1454-mile journey at Jackson1
ville with a perfect score and were *.*s?i
AWARDED THE GLIDDEN TROPHY
Of 64 of America's leading cars, some costing $5,000 each, which competed in the most gruelling con
est in motor car history, the Max veil came through as the
ONLY TEAM WITH A PERFECT SCORE
Whirling over the roads at ra Iroad speed, plowing through mud and sand, fording swollen streams,
pounding over the Appalachian Mountains through a cloudburst, and surmounting obstacles that no ordi
nary tourist would ever mee:, they led the way into each control with time-table precision and justly
earned the title of
" A. A. AfNATIONALTr?TRING CHAMPIONSHIP
They completed their daily journey on the exact schedule, although* several times the committee pon
ducting the event had to extend the fixed schedule time to offset unexpectedly difficult conditions met with.
The Maxwells never needed these extensions.
The victory of the Maxwell entered by Gov. Hoke Smith in tlie Anderson Trophy contest gives all prizes
offered to Maxwell.
The Maxwell victory is made more remarkably by the fa t that it
DUPLICATES LAST YEAR'S TRIUM2 H
in the (Hidden Tour when Maxwell likewise achieved the best team s.ore.
This undlsputable evidence of reliability of Maxwell cars is no surprise to the 47,000 Maxwell owners
who have learned to know the dependability of the car through years of .consistent daily service.
No car ever made has achieved a record approaching the Maxwell registration in New York State, which
shows 01 per cent, o the cars made in 1905 still in service in 1 1 after
SEVEN YEARS OF CONTINUOUS USE
All the 1912 models of Maxwell Cars bristle with good points of design, construction, power, and style,
which make them undisputed leaders in the motor world.
These car values cannot be equaled by other makers.
SPECIAL TOURING CAR.$1280
MA SCOTT F! TOURING CAR.$J>8()
MA SCOTT E ROADSTER.$?.-()
See all the 19 i 2 models on exhibition in the big building on the Fair
Grounds. We also have a car on the grounds for demonstration
purposes. Watch the Maxwell go by while at the Fair. Visit our
Garage on Main Street, we have a full stock of cars always on hand.
When on a visit to the
Orangeburg County Fair
Do not fail to visit
Geo. V. Zeigler's Store
CULLER & SALLEY
Make our garage your headquarters.
There is a Fair going on all the time. Many thing that
you will not see at the Fair you can look at Zeiglef s.
Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! from the baby to the
mother and father.
Clothing! Clothing! Clothing! to fit all the family, the
small hny and the big and father. Suits lrom $2.00 to
Hals. Caps, Hats, Cape, flats, Caps, to please everyone.
Kver\ thing in Cotton Goods, to sell at Cotton Prices.' A
beautiful line of Dress Goods on display .
JI<?pe to see you all at the Fair.
Orangeburg, S. C.