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: ANNING. S. t.. JULY 13, 1910
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ST. PETER'S, NO. 54
A. F. L.
F. L., V,.yLM. W. W. Fum Lvsr..NE. Se
RUTH CHAPTER. NO. 40,
ROY. .AlCH MASONS
A-rril .\onday niet'. J-'-q'
W. C. DAVIi. H- 1)- ex--".
Itiira Priet %Cn'M
.unn ningrChzapter. No. li
- Order of Ewj..tern Star.
NexM Tuesday iwpt 6.
uonic Hall visitor% welcome.
Each Month. a. S 0'clock P. M.
(Mis. MA uA DAis. Sec
MAKES HENS LAY.
FOR SALE BY
"Where quality reigns."
They have decided to postpone it until
What has become of our correspon
dent at Parville?
The State campaign meeting in Mans
ning will be on the 22nd.
Do send us some good live news items
from the several sections of the county.
Mr. Iouis Levi and Mr. Hugh Mc.
Kelvey are rusticatingat Glenn Springs.
Miss Manheim of Marion. is visiting
in Manning at the home of Mr. S. J
Miss Jennie Chandler of Sumter, has
been in anning on a vsit to the Misses
Mr. J. W. Weeks. Pinewood'scapital'
ist and banker, was in Manning Monday
The friends of Mr. C. R. Holladay will
be 'ane to know that he is ill with ty.
Mr. W. S. Harvin, who has been iy
Glenn's Springs, is at home again im
proved by the trip.
It has just been discovered why ladies
do not wear red scarfs in public in the
good old summer time.
When it is sizzing hot, is it any won
der that lagaebecomes confused, and
men are mae to say bad words?
Dr. and Mrs. Abe Weinberg of Sam
ter, are in Manning visiting their par.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A Weinberg.
Mr. Armond Mcintosh and wife of Co.
lumbia, are in Manning visiting the
family of his brother, Mr. L. R. McIn
There appears in this issue the an
nouncemnent of Mr. J. W. Herriot as a
candidate for the position of Magistrate
Since the chargeof Judge Memmingei
we notice some men are eating cloves
lest their breath might expose the po
sesion of liquor.
Miss Mealaie Simons of Washington
D). C., and Miss Nonie Simons of Char
leston, are visiting their aunt. Mrs. Rl
B. Lyons at the Central Hotel.
The tobacco growers are now curing
the yellow weed, and it will not be long
before they will be on the market witl
it, and put money into circulation.
The friends of Mr. Allen Mc.Faddiz
will be pleased to learn that he has re
covered from his recent illness, and tha
he is able to be out at his business.
Guess if you can, who it is that will b4
employing dressmakers and milliner
for an occasion to take place the firs
week in October. It aint no widow eith
Hon. B. Harris. State "inspector o
Pure Foods was in Manning yesterda;
on official business. Mr. Harris wa
formerly State President of the Farm
Mr. Fritz Young, clerk in the Man
ning postoffice, is off on a two weeks
vacation and he left here Sunday fo
Cincinnati. Ohio. and he war'nt tas:
Have a meeting of the automnobil
owners to arrange for the reception c
the Evening ltecord's good road's tous
is~s, that are to reach Manning on Wed
Rey. A. R~. Woodson, Messrs. \V
Scott Harvin and W. C. Davis had
delightful breakfast on Tuesday mort
ing with Mr. and Mrs. McDowell M<
Faddin, by special regnest.
In this issue among the candidates fe
the legisature, is the card of Mr. J1. [I
Alsbrook. This gentemnan is no stran:
er to the people of Clarendon as he hi
been in public position before.
Judge J. S. Wil~son has returned !ro:
holdmna court at Walterboro. He wer
to Rome. in Williamsburg county. t
visit his relatives. for a few days. Ti
Judge is now haiving his summer vac:
The friends of Mr. E''. 1. iPlowden wi
be pleased to see his card announcie
his candidacy for the legislature. M
Plowden has served in that body befor
and if elezted will be no novice at la
Among the Fl'orida excurs.ionists th;
left here yiesterday was Willis Davi
who has been carrying the mails stead
ly for 30) years and this is the tirst vae;
tion he b'as ever taken. How is that f<
There will soon be something doing
in the bi! store receutlv made ;ncan:
hv the removal of W. E.. .h-kinen t(
kinistree. .\ coupany has been formed
to stock this splendid store and
i hope it will start thin.:., to ustlin:.
The many friend. of lion. Joseph F.
lIthan were: delighted to ec hizm ou
.on the strects last Monda% morning.
MIr. Rthame has been ill. but his ap
pearance on the .treets greeting his
friends doesnot now indicate any sick
County Superintendent of s.hools E.
J13. ltrowne has received a letter from
the State Superi endent o. Fducat:on
con'-ratulating him upown ,cndin::- in
his annual report. aNd:: being the iirst
coun:y superintendentt in the State to
In our mention of those who are en
,aged in the summer hotel business in
the mountains. we stated that Mrs. Ben
flarvin was located at Mont-reat. this
is a mistake. she is a: Saluda and has
a nice roomy house to entertain her
Live Oak Camp, Woodien, held its
monthly meeting last londay night.
and after acting on some applications
and other business. the camp decided
to call o:f the .\ugust meeting and the
next meeting will be held on the sec
ond Monday night in September.
Clark & Cothran are to do a hustling
tobacco business thisseason. Itead their
advertisement in this issue. These gen
tlemen are experienced tobacco men.
and they are determined to keep up
Manning's market reputation for square
dealing and highest market prices.
The attentin of the county executive
committee is directed to the notice of the
committee meeting to take place on the
= nd. It would be well for the members
of the committee to come prepared to
give the secretary the names of the
managers they wish to appoint for their
Mr. M. M. Krasnoft. who has been
away for over a week, is visiting the
most prominent northern cities. such as
New York. Philadelphia. Baltimore,
etc.. with the intention of bringing to
M\anning the largest assortment of
clothing, shoes, novelties, dry goods,
high-class millinery and turniture.
A wind storm passed through the
Sammy Swamp section last Thursday
afternoon, and did considerab'e damage
to high corn, blew down some trees and
gave the people a scare. Mr. Theodore
Lesesne savs the wind was so severe at
his place that it blew the wool off from
a sheep's tail, and it, was his favorite
sheep at that.
Mr. M. M. Krasnotr one of Manning's
merchan.s is now in New York on the
market buying his fail goods Mr. Kras
noff went off early this season so that he
could take his time to pick up bargains,
and at the same time be on hand as the
new fall goods arrive. Watch Krasnoff's
store when he gets back. He is going
to offer special inducements for the to
TLh News and Courier's report of crop
conditions throughout the State shows
the crop greatly retarded and not so
good. It gives Clarendon as three weeks
late, with the cotton small and in a yel
low condition. The present good weath
er will in a few days show a consider
able improvement, as cotton nas won
derful recuperative Dower.
There will be a good roads convention
here on the Zth.. which will be ad
dressed by Dr. Winslow and other road
building experts. The Columbia Even
ing Record furnished us with the itinery
of the autoists who are to come here on
the occasion and an outline of the pur
p of the meeting but it became mis
placed. nevertheless we shall be glad to
have as many as possible here on the
We are constantly being asked if there
will not be more candidates for the leg
islature, and some people seem to think
that it is the editor's business to go out
and bring' candidates in. From a finan
cial standpoint the dearth of candidates
Iis a;>palling. but it cannot be helped. it
has been hinted there will be at least
one more candidate for the House, and
he may decide to run his candidacy upon
an economical basis by not letting the
voters know he is seeking their votes
until he tells them so on the stump.
Then too, we have heard there may be
an auxilary candidate in the race to help
another candidate. There are tricks in
olitics as well as in other matters.
It was with both pride and pleasure
we read in Sunday's paper that one of
our Clarendon boys had been awarded
a prize for writing an article on a
scientific subject. We refer to the
article written by William H. Carrigan
and read before the State Pharmaceut
ical Association at its last meeting.
After hearing the paper the association
voted Dr. Carrigan a prize Dr. Car
rigan is a Summerton boy of whom his
friends are justly proud. He is making
his way to a high mark, and accomplish
ing it by his own efforts. His success
should encourage other boys to greater
effort. We wish this young doctor every
Attention is directed to the rules of
the Democratic party which is intended
for young men coming of age before the
eneral election in November. Any'
oung man who will be 21 y-ears old by
the 3rd., of November next has a right
to have his name enrolled on a Demo
cratic club and he can vote in the coin
ing primary. Our reason for reminding
of this matter is to get the secretarte~i
to see to it that these young men are
enrolled. It would be well for every
secretary of a club to go over his club
roll to see if he has enrolled all in his
community. Those who have become o:
age since the last election, those whc
have recently moved in, and those whc
will be of age by the general election.
Some of the gentlemen who are sac
riicing themselves upon the alter o:
their country for political preferment
thave a correct idea of the way in which
a country newspaper should be run., ir
other words, when they want pohitica;
advertising they send a check along
a ith their matter. But there are som<
others who seem to think the country
ublishner neither pays the printer hi:
salarv. the landlord the rent, nor th<
paper dealer for paper -that he eat:
not. nor neither does he drink-an.
that he is simply printing a paper fo:
Sthe giory of boosting those who wani
oice. We serve notice right here am
now that we do not belong to the latte:
-class, and that gasoline costs 20J cents
allon when purchased from the loca
retail dealer. Govern yourselves ac
cordingly, gentlemnen--Gafiney Ledger
-There are times when it is almnos
- mpossible to get up matter which wil
be entertainin:: to our readers: the'
tire of politics and they beromne sati
rated with baseball news, then what i
-there for a poor newspaper man to d<
in these hot and long days?' He. canno
sit down with his hands folded nor ea
he pick up and go to the spring,: he
must stay at his post and grind, an'
rind, ev'en if the ..weat from his faci
foats his written .ords ohT. The far
mner can "liay by" his crop and take
fe' days oif visiting his neighbors: th<
lawyer can close his oftice and hike ou
for'a week's pleasure: the doctor cal
let his patients take ca:e of thenseive
and he. too, can take a rest. but th
21country newspaper' man . a slavet
hi wor and must stick unless he ca
. id some one who is willing to sacritle
himsnelf to act as a substitute for swee.
chaiv ke, so that the editor can )
tout to breathe fresh air.
- coley's Kidney lle'.uedy will c':re a::
- Icase of kidney and bladder trouble ut
r'beond the reach of medicirne. No me't
The rartv to be here on the :th in :t
inter-, of "A road; will come throun
the ,otr .is autonobile-; under th
auspices of the Columbia Evening lte
ord. This party i? touring the State an
its itinery includes Manning. MIr. D. I
Winslow. superiitendent of construt
sion. has been detailed by the gover
ment to make this tour with The 1Ie
ord party. and wherever he goes l
makes addresses on road building whic
are spoken of highly by tbe press. Thes
.gentlemen when they reach Clarendo
should be met at the county line by th
automobile people and escorted to Mar
ning. We suggest that the owners <
machines have a meeting and get in con
municat ion with the tourists and arran::
tA properly receive them. We also sus
gCt that the attendance be represent.
ives from all over the county. If ther
is one thing the people should be vitall
interested in it is good roads, and w
hope there will be a large attendance :
the mceting on Wedne.-day 27th.
.t the colored summer school fo
teachers now being held in Manning. o
last Friday the-- had to address then
Thomas E. Miller. President of the Stat
Agricultural and Normal College of Or
angeburg, and Dr. E. M. l3rawley. Pre'
ident of the Morris College at Sumte:
Several of Manning's prominent whit
citizens were present and were ver
much pleased with both addresses. Pres
ident Miller discussed the subject of as
riculture. and advocated an agricultur:
school in every school district for whit
children. He asked for nothing for th
colored children takimg the position.
the white children were uplifted the n
gro children by contact will get bene
fits therefrom. H e made a capital speec
teeming with good counsel. Ie eloquen
1.7 urged the negroes to be good citizens
to avoid had white men as well as ba
negroes. le illustrated his mneianing b
telling stories of the olen time, and sai
that while slavery is gone the same tn
isms exist and apply today as they di
then "like massa like nigger." If a ni
gro was raised in the contact with goo
white men he will likely be a good ne
gro. but if his contact is with bad whit
men. then "lak buckra lak nigger.''
Dr. Birawley made the second add res
and he is without daubt a captivatin
speaker. le is an educated and cultui
ed man was evidenced by his every ut
terance. He spoke for about forty mit
utes. and every word found lodgemen
in the minds of those who heard hin
His subject was "teaching." le stres,
ed the importance of teaching,. and the
told his hearers what was not teaching
He divided his subject into four divis
1st. The teacher. 2nd. The pupil. 3rd
Matter to be taught. 4th. The ultimat
object. He treated his subjects in
masterly manner, and concluded with a
exhortation on character which was a
fine as we have ever heard. Dr. Bram
le% is a splendid speaker. forceful an
eloquent. Both of these educators ar
indeed a credit to their race, and if thei
people will only be governed by thei
counsel the future of the negro is a sel
tIed problem. They repudiate the ide
of education means idleness, but on th
other hand they teach that educatio
means work, that respectibility and ho
esty must be instilled, and the only wa
to succeed in life is to maintain a goo
The Governor Spoils the Game.
There was to have been a sparrin;
match, prize fight or some other kini
or character of a scrap at the base ba
arena last evening between two bruise:
of local repute, but the game was spoi
ed by gubernatorial interference. Th
Governor forbid the coming off of any
thing which may have the scent of
prize fight. The celebrities the mate
was arranged between were both welte:
weights, and had it not been for this it
terference a large crowd would have as
sembled and paid admission fees to har
witnessed the bout. It became rumore
that the game would be stopped by th
officers, and Jack Flowers hearing of il
wired to his excellency as follows:
--Understand you have receivad commnunic;
ion from party hcrrereportingr prize licht ty
tween mysel~f and frnid. it is. only a boxing co,
'.t. Entire council acreed to it. Answer.
The Governor answered promptly:
Columbin. S. C.. July 12. 1910.
To Jack Flowers. )tanning. S. C.
Your wire received. cannot allow boxit
mat.ch. \d- F. ANSkt
Sotelocal sports were deprived<
the pleasure of a fur flying exhibitiot
and on receipt of the ne ws of the govei
nor' acionallbets were called off, th
the police given a vacation. Evervthin
has settled down to the usual calmnesi
there wili be no need for the militia t
be called into service to uphold th
peace and dignity of the State, as Mar
ning's sporting fraternity have respec
for the law, especially if there is dange
of being pulled. It has not been definat4
ly learned what the principals in th
proposed bout were to get, but their se<
onds were to have given them betwee
each round a bottle of strawberry sod
water, and they were to tight accordin
to the briarberry rules.
-The whole thing was of course a jok4
but since the Governor regarded it s4
rously the joke becomes the more h
dicrous. The statement that the tow
authorIties had consented to the figt
has nothing but an imaginarv found:
dion. If the two principals had meti
the park they would have carried ot
the farce providing there was a littl
something in it for them for the amus4
ment to be furnished the crowd.
There will be a farmers' rally at Tria
ity on July 20th., at which there will t
several distinguished speakers, men w1
are devoting their lives to the teachin
of agriculture, and are daily going a
through the South laboring for the di
velopment of the agricultural interest
The speakers expected for the 20th. a:
Mr. Ira W. Williams of Columbia, wI'
is one of the best teachers of agricultu:
in this country, Dr. S. A. Knapp
Washington, the head of the demnonstr:
tion work, Immigration Commission<
E. J. Watsion of Columbia and other
This is to be an occasion that should a
tract a large attendance of farmers fro
all over the codnty. It will be proti tab:
for the-n especially and to others wlt
feel an interest in the upbuilding of ti
agricutural interests. Eivery reader <
T HE Tn.:s should feel it adur y totnal
himself a committee to see to it th:
every farmer attends this gathein:
This'is not a political gathbering, in fac
it would be rather dangerous for a p
litician to monkey around this~ gatherit
making political speeches. Let the Il01
be a red letter day for the farmers
Clarendon. -The committee want tI
people to bring baskets and havt: a re;
ular old fashion picnic dinner.
A Serious Complaint.
There was lost to Harmony townshn
,a school building and a school throui,
the conduct of the trustees. The sehe
referred to did not run last fail not wit
standing there are sixteen childlren i
ing near the school building. As
stands now these children are six zmi!
,from any. school in operation. Th:e tri
tes in this district are .ilr. E. 1. l'lo.
den and 31r. HI. L. B. lodge.They havt
1scthool in their neighborhood,but we a
ef' desolate, and our children are su
ernng for the lack of school facili:.ii
i \e-osrs. P lowden and Hodge reason th
as our school is a sma!l one. we are t
titled to nothing but the privilce
paing taxes, and they take our imon
to r un thei r neighborhood school long
e 'rmsa I fact Mr. 1'lowden told meC
h ~e presence of Superintendent Llrow
that the' funds were used in this w:
-T i i not right, we are entitled to et
sideration. I asked for a mreeting of i
> board and. lessrs. I'bowden and Hod
met mue, 1 explained to them the s.itt
tion and the conditions, and :-iso that t
closing of the school, would meant
loss of the school building. The lot "
-couated by Cant. D. J1. Uradhami wt
e %-a.;r' wa used for a .' . :- woUld
h be ours.. 4 soon - .a'- w '
- to an. si:-r pur;xe .t -:a ' back
. t) him. I uniler'tand the iroperty has
d since bc.n .,)!d. and the present owner
[ a., aken (.sssiof the school build
3 II- . Ia, - a 1-re facts. and t h I - X tven
Chibb inI thi, c)InI t ar"-- dei:
ed CIA -C,.otol privileuzes by th. Conduct of
e the trustee-;. I told the ;uperintendent
h of schoo!l. and he said he was helpless
e in the matter as it waa n.atter entirelv
n with t-e board o! trustees. W have
e been wronized.
The above coimnmaint imi im 1'-k
ed into Iy the Sup-rinte'!-ni. lfEuca
tion. and i f po i!- 'ive' to :w' pt "a In
of hav w- hool the relief they are en
titled~ to. It is a serious proposcition. and
means much to the children. Steps
I should be taken right away to have
t school facilities povided. aod if the
trustees are not giving them their at
r tntion the county hoard can appoint
trustees who will. There should not be
in this county a condition where sixteen
children are deprived of s-hool facili
ties. TimFs DmTi:
-I Summer School.
Notice is hereby given that the iurr
mer school for white teachers wili opt-s
- here on Monday. Julv 75, at 9 o*'ek
, Every teacher in the county as we1l as
e those who intend to teach are expected
e and will be welcomed! Teachers. we
f expect you toi do your uity. and you
can do this by coming yourself and try
ing to induce othprs to come. Gring a
full set of text books with you, espe
cially those in use in the common
j Prof. .1. C. Daniel will teach geo'gra
phy and grammar. Prof. Alex. Brun
son will have charge( of mathematics
and Prof. .1. K. Breedin will tea.h his
tory. (>ther suhjects and matter will
be divided among the instructors
3 Remember the date. July 25. and
come the first day and all the four
e weeks following. Lectures will be ar
ranged for during the term of the
Board at reasonable rates can be se
cured. Those who have not as yet ar
ranged for a place. if they will write
me will endeavor to make suit.ble
t Iarrangements for themn.
K. J. BROWNE.
2 No 1--t 1 Co. Supt. Ed.
Notice to the Voters.
Every voter of Clarendon county is
respectfully requested to attend the
State campaign meeting at Manning
Icourt hose on the 22 day of July. at 10
2 o'clock a. m. Come and pick your
- choice. According to a resolution pas
sed by the county executive committee
the following gentlemen are respect
r fully requested to meet the candidates
r at the depot as reception committee: C.
r-R. Sprott. Chariton Durant, Joseph
Sprott. W. M. Plowden. A. I. Barron.
J. H. Lesesne. D. M. Bradham, D. .1.
2 Bradham. D. Leviand J. A. Weinberg.
A. J. Ricut-RG,
J. m. W!\nt.uI. Co. Chr'n.
Sec. Co. Ex. Co.
Picnic and Farmers' Rally at Trinity.
There will be a picnic and general
farmers' ral!y at Trinity school house
on Wednesday, July 20th. Dr. Knap.
I President Williams. Hon. E. J. Wat
S son and Mr. Campbell are expected to
speak. Public invited to come with
e filled baskets. We hope to have the
largest number of Clarendon citizens
I ever assembled at one piace.
R. D. W HITE,
-Secretary Local Committee.
B BUSINESS LOCALS.
For Sale cheap.-One Engine. Ap
ply te C. F. Rawlinson a Co.. Davis
Station. S. C.
~Iast--Large setter dog, Lewellyn
strain, answering to name of "Taps."
Finder will be rewarded by W. C. Davis.
* Car freshb Rice Flour direct from the
mills, best and cheapest all round feed
for horses, cows, hogs and chickens we
have ever used. Booth-Harby Live
.Stock Co.. Sumter, S. C.
SOn or about the first of August I will
move my barber shop into the new build
ing next to the Manning Grocery on the
a Lvi block, where I will be pleased to
esee all my friends. Owing to the high
Spirce of rents, etc., I am compelled to
C raise the price of shaving to 15 cents.
r This will go into effect when we move
into our new quarters. We will also
e hav e a tirst class bath system in our ne w
quarter. Giv~e u. a cali. J. L. Wells.
We want t<
for the fart
M \ Pun and
M \\Makes it
0 . m it
fl and4 Jue15, 199
I s en a' e -
7- Demand a car free fo !w
I tusist that j;itih ab3ou ite'ly corr'
n .ucal detail:
a- Desire a car with y'ears (it su~tcei
\eVatnt a car thoroughly tri..l oui
bno exper imenital featre
m.ii, h-1 and ch.ape-t all riulnd feed
for horses. erws, hogs and chicfens we
ha-e eveLr ue.,d. IRooth-Ila-by Li
1%to k' u t er. -. '.
]idh are hereL-y requested for diz
Ian :Lrtetsian well. said well to be
near the .1. M. Bradham property.
with specificatiois as follows: Outer
Ca-iig 2. Drill Pipe 1: casing to ;:o
to bottom of well, to flow not le!s
than five rallons per minute. ils
will be openked Monday July Ith at
Triwn Hall. Council reserves th- right
to reject any or all bid.
R. C. Wi-:tz,- A. C. liitAD114M.
Cout-il Hall. Manning. S. C., July 11,
Notice of Discharge.
I w!!! apply tAi the Juid,,e of Probate
for tlarendor County on the sth day of
Augat. i910. for letters of dI.-har::e
a-; -:uard:n.z2 for Rleynolk W. Davi.
ore a mnor.
J.W. M .\M3.
A ueetinm of the Dtmocratic Exe
cutive Comnittee for Clarendon
County is hereby called to meet in
the Court House on Friday, the 22nd
day of July next, at 9:3o o'clock A.
M. The Committee is requested to
meet promptly at the above hour in
order that they will be througli in
titne to not interfere with the State
campaign meeting. which meets here
on th.is date. A. .1. Ric luor no,
Chairmuan County Ex.. Com.
J. It. WINDH AM.
-July 11th., 191..
Notice to Creditors.
.ll lersons having claims against
the estate of Amanda James, deceased.
wili present them dulv attested. and
those o0 ingt said estate will nake pay
menct to the undersigned qualified cx'
ecutors of said estate.
J. T. STUKES,
Manning. S. C.. July 1. 1910.
W. O. W.
Woodinen of the World.
Meets on second Monday nights at
Visiting Sovereigns invited.
We are r
take care of
Clark & Col
> tell you about the late
er -a marvel of mechs
"-the light, handy and
You never saw anything lil
has ever been made. It mi
perfect Power Pumping Pla
esides pumping, it runs separa
y machine ordinarily run by
g yourself. Costs less than a
special trip to learn about the
u ever heard of. Next tim<
re. We want to give you a <
ndI explerim1ental -niioz
-t in evetrytm ch
in everv ideal, i nu nIl'*
hack f it!Thmen write
hethme car y<~
THE NEW BATH TUB
i-; :t,t 11n! y ,. -- 4- f beauty. but a 5
jo for eer'' to the famiIv wo- is w'-e
enough to know: the vaine of the bath :
for halth ad b-auty. You can revel
in the luxury of one: o the lewet.- de
gns in our bath tubs. at a rea:-monable
cost. when we plumb your bathroom. 2
as well as pto-date wash stands. foot
tub:. closets, etc.. with open nickle
jlatedl sanitarv pllumibing.
R. i1.n FASTERS,
127-129 King Street, Charleston, S C
Why? Why? Why? Why?
1 4-causc ! Because
I.- PVUse' ! lM-ause'
our do.ctor k:iows us to be
thoroughly trustworthy. hence
the steaov increase in prescrip
We have what you want. we
save you the trouble of hunting. d
1 Call here iirst. We deliver any
amount: in a rush if yoU want it.
We .ont *Knock. we boost.
These are a few of ,,ur success
nanning, S. C.
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most wonderful invention
you are in town come in
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rat thle lowe,.t pioisibile cost of upke
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I SEASON IS HERE!
Hlos about that Commencement Dress? Did you know
it is time you were arranging for this?
Iunt wait to te:ophone. but come at once. I'll take plca
1rC i:hir. .ou !he most vp-to-date line to be found any
Know~ lede of facts isn't a thing to be absorbed. it must
t, ex!peri--nced or acquired by actual investigation.
I am s-howing a handsome Line of Shanting and Foulard
Silks. Prices from 50c. to $1 per yard.
The Shiro Silk is an excellent value at 25c. A wide
varie of colors.
Persian Lawns. 25c. to 35c. per yard. and as smooth as
1Yet another, "Lingerie." nothing better for this pur
pose. only 20c. per yard
Do you want real value? Why not buy Flaxon? Take
- advantage of n 'ne that is not only distinctive, but one of the .
most profitable of its kind in the market this season.
Cotton Foulards, colors that will suit "you." only 15c.
per yard. All stylish women and especially the particular
ones. will find it to their advantage to come and carefully
insnect my line. The time to buy is now, the place is here.
It takes values as well as low prices to make bargains.
Fits without a wrinkle. $1.50 to $3.00.
\ bi- Lire of Laces. from 5c. to 25c. per yard. Em
hroilderies and insertions, various styles, widths and prices.
Forty Dozen All-Linen Handkerchiefs. only rc. each.
Iadies' Hlose Supporters. 25c. and50..
Kid Gloves yet in the desirable colors.
\Iy prices will please you as well as the pretty designs. r
'Never have I had a better lot of pretty fresh and dainty
Fans in a more varied or artistic lot of styles.
Let us show you those wash Buttons in various colors
and sizes, also a lot of large Pearl Buttons, very serviceable.
Let us interest you. I have a Line of Table Linen, sec
o ond to none, especially for the price, only 50c., 75c., $1 and
$1.50. per yard.
Doilies from 5c. to 35c. each. I have a few very nice ones
vet on hand.
Buy some of those 15c. Towels now for 10c. Some very
nice All-Linen Towels, 35c. to 50c. each.
Big bargains in Bleach. Lont Cloth and Cambric, yes,
at the old price. from 5c. to 15c. per yard. This will be a
saving investment to you.
Bed Spreads (all new), 75c. to $4. Best 104 Sheeting,
35c. to 45c. per yard. Should you desire cheaper. I have it.
Handsomely stencilled Curtains only 20c. and 25c. per
y vard. Will show you something caeaper should you desire it.
Pillow Cases, loc. to 25c. Pillow Tubing only 20c. yard.
A few -.5c. Straw Rugs, now going for 50c. b
The above Items are listed at pries thaz forcibly de
monstrate strong values, every item is of the highest stan
9 dard of quality. Your early inspection is respectfully soli
3 cited. The thrifty housewife may quickly recognize the
superior shopping advantage now offered.
Knickerbocker Suits for Boys..
I have just received a few dozen Boys' Suits, sizes from
4 to 17 Years. These are not the cheap, slazy kind, but are
all high-class articles. Good enough for any boy, be he good
or bad. Think over these things.
J. H. RIGBY,
I"THE BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD."
IRhinestones look like genuine diamonds and serve
the same purpose-for awhile. The shrewdest buyers of
Idiamonds buy from reputable houses. And they look as
closely at the reliability of the firm as they do at the ap
pearance of the stone. We want to do business with this
class of buyers.
IRhame's Drug Store,
I Summerton, S. C.
TOURING CAR $1250.00.
Vohair Top. Extra $65.00. Freight $50.00 Extra.
This is a 1 eylinder sliding gear transmission. cone clutch. 3
meed forward anid one reverse car.
~The F.L\NDERS --0." same as above E. M. F. car only
anraller. :;2x:8 tires: wheel base 104) inches. This is one of the lat
..tcr out. Designed for the use of owners and need not employ
silb-'d chautfeurs. as every effort has been made to make it fool
>oo:. $7Th0. Freight $50. Touring car mohair top. $55. Runa
out Top. 8. Ilear Seat. S50. This Car can be used as a runra
>'ut or' tourmna. car.
The CHA LM ERS DETROIT new 1911 will be ready for deliv
-ryt in .Julyv. S1.500i. Top and freight extra.
We expect at few .LXWELLS soor..
Buggies and Surries.
Jlust received two cars of new Buggies and Surries.
Two new cars 0f Wagons. See our usual stock of Horses and
kl us. Terms to suit andI right.
SHAW & DRAKE,
l. and 11 Sumiter St.. SUMTER. S. C.