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MANNING. S. C.. MAY 10, 1911.
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ond Class matter.
THE JURORS ARE HONEST.
The recent tragedy in Colum
bia will furnish material for the 1
newspapers to rant over the
cheapness of life in this State,
and each one will offer a sugges
tion to remedy the evil. The
Columbia mornirg paper has a
strong editorial in its Monday's
issue which-to our mind is based
upon a wrong idea. It takes the
position that the cause for much
of the crime in the State can be
traced to the jury rooms, in other
words,it assumes that the juries t
are to blame for much of the
crime; we do not see it so, the
average juror has regard for his
oath, and desires to do his duty, I
but what is he to do when the .
evidence offered on the witness 1
stand will not justify a convic
tion? What is the juror to do
when the defense through its
shrewdness so handles the ex
cited mind of witnesses as to
bring out statements which can
be construed as contradictory, I
and thus create a .doubt? What
is the juror to do when all man- f
ner of technical advantages are i
taken of the laiv and makes con- t
fusion in their minds?" , - E
-The terrible killing of innocent
people of what appears to be the
work of an insane man should
not cause the press to go into
hysterics, and charge the juries t
with being responsible. The
slayer of the man and woman
will be tried in.the courts, and t
unless he is proven to be insane a
we have not the slightest doubt i
that he will be punished for the t
crime, but should it turn out, as e
the act now indicates, that he ,
was insane he cannot be convi-,t- j
ed of crime; the most to be 2
done in his case is to put him in t
the asylum. We believe the juries i
are frequently censured unjustly c
by the press; the editor did not t
hear the evidence, all he knows t
about it is that a deed was com- t
mitted, the case is tried and thee
jury fails to -convict, at once he 1
goes into hysterics and belays
the jury, when if he had been in
court, and saw the witnesses
under the fire of the lawyers he t
might then appreciate their posi. a
tion, and realize they are as hon- a
est as himself. c
'TO CREATE ANOTHER JOB.
It is now being suggested that.1
each solicitor should have an r
assistant. Special terms, extra s
judges, the creation of more cir- d
cuits has not ,had the effect of t
preventing the dockets from be- t
coming congested, and now there s
is a demand for more officers to d
sap the public treasury. The a
reason given for this new de- o
mand is that the solicitors have o
not the time to get up the evi- b
dence, especially in murder cases, e
but with some young attorney j
at each bar to look after the de- e
tails,the cause of law and justice ~
would be considerably enhanced: si
then, too, an assistant could at- b
tend the inquests, prosecute the ~
minor cases, and thus save valu- t
able time. There is no doubt b
that there is a great deal that is
impossible for the solicitors to do, b
and much delay is often caused
by that officer not having been b
furnished with sufficient evidence b
by the coroners and the magis- 11
trates, to properly prepare his f,
indictments, but at the same time b
we cannot agree with the idea a
that the creatiop of the additional ti
office of assistant solicitor will a
be necessary, for the reason that s;
every county has an attorney 3
who could be required to perform a
the work which is suggested- a
that is to say, whene("er there is h
a situation which should be han- t
dIed by an attorney this county t
attorney could look after the
proper preparatioh of the evi
dence: attend the inquests, ex
amine the witnesses, frame up
the case so that when the solic- ~
itor arrives there will be nothing
for him to do but to hand the in
dictments to the grand jury and 1
attend to the prosecution in court. I
The county attorneys are paid t
a salary, which of course, if this
additional duty is imposed upon
them would necessarily increase a
their pay, but we think even a
with this increase of pay the
people would get off cheaper, andb
the, work would be as efficiently 1
done as if there was an assistant
solicitor regularly commissioned. a
There is an aggregation of men b
hailing from Charleston giving
exhibitions through the country
of how baseball should not be P4
played, and, too, these men aref
getting meal tickets for their
work. . Just think of it, the
aroused city-by-the-sea stands r
for their club refusing to come v
out of the cellar. We will bet '1
dollars to doughnuts if the~ ball n
team can be converted into bill f<
posters, and put in charge o1 a
McKeand he will have more done p:
for Charleston by sending theh
bunch out to cover bill boards n
than they are doing now. a
The Orangeb'rvg term of cour
vas knocked up Monday by th<
egality of drawing the jury be
n- questioned. The case o
?obert Chesnut charged wit
he kilhlng of W. R.' Sabin wa4
talled for trial, the attorneys fo
he defence endeavored to get
,ontinuance; failing in this, thei
-aised the point that the jur3
>anel was illegal. in. that thi
ury cornmissioners had not com
lied with the law in filling th<
)ox. The custom in Orangeburg
ts well as in other counties, ha
>een for the commissioners t(
livide the county into sections
md each commissioner woul
ake a section to select qualifie
urors from. The board, as such
lid not pass upon each individua
iame, therefore the position waw
;aken that the jury box was fillei
ap by individuals, and not by-th<
-ommission. Judge Prince hel
;hat it required the concerte.
iction of the commission or
%very name that goes into th
jury box. He therefore declarec
hie panel illegally drawn, Her(
s another delay in the courts
,hicb will probably require
;pecial term and a special judge
o get the work of the court un
ier way, all because the lawyer4
mployed to defend a man whc
iad killed another want to delaN
1is trial, and yet, a great rackel
s kicked up by the press be
ause of delay, no wonder ai
)utraged public is aroused tc
ake the law into its own hands.
We doubt if there is a countN
n the State which complies
trictly with the lax in tillinE
he jury box. The practice is
or the officers to prepare the
iames from the tax books. leav
ng it to one of them to do thE
vriting down of the names, and
then they have gotten the neces
;ary number they put thesename!
n the box without compai-ing oi
oing over the list; however, thE
aw provides a way for the jury
)anel to be drawn. and the boi
illed, and it should be complied
ith, for the very reason, tha1
here are those who will takc
Advantage of any kind of a tech.
dicality whenever it is of advant.
zge to them to do so.
In this very case the people oJ
)rangeburg have been put tc
he expense of holding court, it
oes along until it becomes ad
antageous to a lawyer to chocl
he proceedings, the taxpayerE
re then disregarded: the court
s stopped, and the cause of jus
ice delayed. In the Orangeburg
ase the personnel of the venirE
vas not questioned, all of the
arors were good and true citi
;ens of the county, the only ques
ion was the formal manner of fill
ng the jury box by the officials:
an it be possible that the law
aaking power will permit the law~
o r~emain as it is for the benefit ol
hose paid to thwart justice when
ver it suits his purpose, and he
>eneits by it?
IS THE MAN INSANE?
There was a most horrible
ragedy in Columbia last Satur
tay wherein two persons, a man
ud a woman, were the victims
f a demon. When arrested the
ficer says the man was not
runk, and there is nothing to
how why he killed these two
>eople. He walked into a restau
ant kept by a Mrs. Rosa Bes
inger, bought a plate of soup,
.emanded two rolls, instead of
he one roil given to him with
he soup, went out, was gone a
hort while, returned and shot
own the clerk, Walter Sandifer,
nd when Mrs. Bessinger who
ras in an adjoining room came
ut to see what had happened
e shot her. A policeman arrest
d the man whose name is Ernest
. Grimsley, and who had been
mployed by the county as a
uard on the county chaingang.
~here does not seem to have
ee~n any tronue between the
arties previous to the visit to
he restaurant. and nothing but
is dispute or contention for a
ol can be found for a cause for
.is horrible deed.
We have no doubt that when
e is put upon trial his plea will
e insanity, and from his conduct
would not surprise us if he is
>und to be insane. There should
e a law in this State that when
n insane person commits a crime
ae should be incarcerated in
n asylum for the criminal in
ane, just as is the law in New
~ork. Thaw killed White. he
as tried for murder but was
djudged insane~he was not given
is liberty but instead was sent
>Mattewan, where he is likely
> remain for the rest of his life.
Hon. Josh Ashley of Ander
an it is announced, is preparing
>burglarize his way into con
ress. Josh is needed right
2ere now to be "agmn" the tariff
n every article which makes
eople pay more for what they
uy than it is worth except
lose things which his own peo
e make or raise. Should Josh
ianage to go to congress he ~vill
dvertisc this State more than
11 the commercial clubs put
>gether. He has been a moem
er of the South Carolina legis
ture for a number of terms,
nd notwithstanding his crude
iode of expression there are
aw men in the general assem
ly with more native ability.
Then he is 'eagin" a proposition
e is invariably right. and can
resent forceful reasons for tfle
iti that is in him.
T hey say that Woodrow 'Wilson
ides on free passes. Wel. who
-ould not if they could get them.
here was one mian in this State
'ho thought it a g r-e-a-t crime
r officials to ride on a free pass.
nd when he got into oflice one
ass was not enough for him, he
ad to have enought of them to
ake it an inducement for the
Tommy Felder's promisek
book has not yet made its ap
- pearance, and we doubt if it eve:
L does, nevertheless it would b<
interesting to know just why l9
made the bluff that he was goini
to make an exposure,if it was no
to muddy his own transaction.
with the State of South Carolina
The Lexington court is to be
gin the second Monday in June
and Judge Klugh is the regulai
judge to preside, but owing t<
his physical condition he will no
be able to attend, therefore ther
will have to be a special judg<
appointed, and inasmuch as th<
governor has laid down the prece
dent that he will not appoint (
special judge if a regular judg(
is not engaged, there is a proba
bility of another tangle.
I It now begins to look as if the;
have old man Diaz, Mexico's die
tator, is about to throw up th<
soonge. He has addressed
manifesto to the people of Mex
ico which in effect complies witi
the demands of the revolutionists
but he reserves the right to b(
the judge of when peace is re
stored. We predict that Mexicc
will not be at peace long, even i:
Diaz and bis party are retired
The legislature of Ohio is Demo
cratic, but the recent outcrop
I pings show that its members ac
as if they were Republicans of
type which at one time infestec
the State House in Colnambia.
The evidence is getting stronge1
every day that the Ohio legisla
ture is largely composed of brib,
takers. Well, we guess those
Western Democrats think it is
seldom their party has a look-it
at the public trough, and they
might as well enjoy themselves
while the thing lasts.
There is in the United States
treasury $300,000 awaiting to b
distributed to the owners therf
of, this is interest 'due on thE
public debt; since the announce
Laent has been made we have
ransacked every old paper ii
our possession to see if we could
not lay claim to some .of this
money but it was no go, perhapE
thereware some others who would
like to get in at the distribution
feast, if so all they are required
to do is to prove that Uncle Sam
owes them the money and he
will gladly pay.
The Lorimer case will furnish
the solons in Washington another
opportunity to make political
capital for the next campaign
Lorimer- has been adjudged by
the senate entitled to his seat,
and now his case is to be re
opened so that the statements o.
those who have been saying they
raised "a slush fund" to elect
him can be investigated. Lorimer
must rea-lize now that the game
is not worth the candle. Bailey
of Texas defended him in his
first trial but what he will do in
the second remains to be seen.
In the senate the plea of former
jeopardy will not standgand it may
be rather embarrassing for him
to have to vote to declare Lori
mer's seat vacant after the hard
fight that was made in the former
Catarrh Cannot be Cured
with LOCAL APPLICAION~S. as they cannot
reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is
blood or constitutional disease. nd in order tC
cure it you must take internal remedies. Hallh
Catarrhi Curu is takcn internally.and acts direct
1y on the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall-.
Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It was
prescribed by one of the best physicians in thi:
country for years. and is a reaular prescription.
It is composed of the best tonics known. com
bined with the best blood puritiers, acting di
rectly. on the mucous surfaces. The per-fec1
combination of the two ingredients is what pro
duces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh.
send for testimonials free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Props.. Toledo. 0.
Sold by dru:gists, price 75e
Halrs Family Pills are the best.
OFFICE~ OF SHERIFF i
Mlan ning, S. C., 1911. i
To the Agents of the Southern Express
Company and of Atlantic Coast Line
Railroad Company in Clarendon
I beg leave to call your attention to
the law in regard to transporting and
handling of alcoholic liquors in the
1. All alcoholic liquors in possession
of any person for unlawful use, is liable
to seizure without warrant.
II. Any person or persons storing
or keeping in their possession, or allow
ing their place of business to be used
for the storing or keeping of liquors for
unlawful purposes, are liable to indict
ment and arrest.
I1l- Any express company or rail
road conmpany, or any agent or servants
thereof, or person, who shall carry or
transport alcoholic liquors for unlaw
ful use to any place or county where
the sale of alcoholic liquor is prohibited
are liable to indictment and arrest.
IV. It is unlaftul for any person to
odler for sale, or solicit the purpose of
any alcoholic liquors.
V. It is also a violation of the law for
the agent of any railroad or express
company to solicit orders for the sale of
alcoholic liquors, or to receive commis
sions on any sales which shall be
through or under them, or upon any
orders n hich have been sent in to liquor
houses by them.
VL. It is also a 'iiolation of the law
for any agent or agents of any railroad
or express company to deliver any alco
holic liquors which have been shipped
to his office in the name of any party
other than the real bona fide party who
has ordered the said liqtuor, for personal
use. andI the said agent or agents, be
fore delivering any package of alcoholic
liiquor to any party whatever, must
know that the party to whom the same
is delivered is the real party to whom
the same has been shipped. The o-der
ing of wniskey in fictitious names, or
the ordering by one.party in the name
of some one else, is a violation of the
law. and agents must know, when the
consignee calls for his package, that he
is the real consliznee and not some one
else who is saliing under false colors
and a ietitious name.
You will niease take note of these re
quirements of the law in the handling
of alcoholic liquors through your olices.
E. B3. GA MBLE,.
SherifT of Clarendon County.
F'or Infants and Children.
The Kind You liave Always Bought
The Moss Troopers.
Moss troopers was the name given
to' the desperate plunderers and rob
bers who secreted themselves through
out the sixteenth and seventeenth cen-.
turies in the "mosses" on the borders
of Scotland. These outlaws were
largely made up of deserters and crim
S inals from the armies 6f England rt.1
the continent, and their depredations,
and cruelties were the terror of the re
gion infested by them. Many severe
laws were passed against them, but
they were not fairly extirpated until
the eighteenth century.
"If you are looking for bargains,"
said the broker, "I can suit -ou. I can
offer you some stocks at 10 cents a
L "But why are they so cheap?" de
manded the lady shopper.
"You see, they have been slightly
damaged by water."-Washingtonl Her
He Took It.
Mrs. Stoplate - Do you remember
when we were children and I used to
L come and play with you?
Miss Tersleep-Yes. and your mamma
never let you stay more than, an hour.
Those were the happy days!
A Would Be Widow.
He (who has just pioposed)-I hope
y6u don't think that I am too old for
you? She-Oh, no! I was only won
L dering if you were old enough.--Illus
"Briggs reminds me of an -encyclo
"No; thlck."-Boston Transcflipt:.
Delinquent Land Sale.
By authority yested in me by exe
cutioiis issued and directed to me by
L. i. Wells, County Treasurer, I will
offer for sale for cash at public out
cry, the following tracts or lots of
land on the 5th day of June at the
court house in Manning. at 12 o'clock,
U.. at the suit of the State for taxes:
Fulton township-James P. Brown,
2 lots; Henry F. Stack. 38 acres.
Calvary township-.Tohn H. John
son, 1 lot.
Santee townshin-Little S=am Dakes,
5 1-2 acres.
Concord township-Lillie Richard
son, 11 acres.
Manning township-P. J.. "DeLane.
1 lot; Estate H. B. Ivy, 1 lot.
Harmony township-P. J. DeLane,
100 acres. ,
Purchasers to pay for papers.
E. B. GAMBLE,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Company.
SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION.
On account of the above occasion the
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. offers
Tickets on sale May 14th to 17th, in
elusive. Returning, good to reacb start
ing pt mt not later than inidni'ght May
E: tension: Original pu'chaser mSy
secure an extension of final limit to
June 30th. by depositlrig ticket with.
Special Agent, Jacksonville, not later
than May 31st, and upon payment of fee
of $1.00 at time of deposit.
Far schedules or any other informa
tion, address nearest agent. or
W. . CRAIG, Pass. Tradfic Mgr..
T. C. WHITE, Gen. Pass. Agt.
Wilmington, N. C.
Scholarship and Entrance Exam
The examination for the-award of"
vacant scholarships in Winthrop Col -
lege and for the admission of new
students will be held at the county
court house on Friday, July 7, at 9
a. mn. Applicants must be not les
than fifteen years of age. When
Scholarships are vsacant after July 7
they will be awarded to those muak
ing the highest average -at this ex
amination, provided they meet the
conditions governing the award. Ap
-plicants for scholarships should wvrite
to President JTohnson before the ex
amination for Scholarship examina
Scholarships are worth $100 and
free tuition. The next session will
open September 20th. 1911. For
further information and catalogue.
Pr-es. D. B. Johnson, Rock 11i11, S.C.
A party desiring to go into the gin
ning business can bhave a good oppor
tunity by conferring with me, as I have
a comparativel'y new outfit at a splendid
stand. Will sell the location as well as
the outlit complete. There is one 35
horse power engine and boiler: three
70-saw Liddell gins:: one Liddell cotton
press. This ginning outfit is located at
Jordan and is one of the best stands for
the business in the county. Address
T. M. DAVIS,
JORDAN, S. C.
Annual Rennion United Confederate Veterans
Little Rock, Ark., May 15th-18th, 1911.
For this occasion the Atlantic
Coast Line Railroad has authorized
special low rates, May 13th, 14th and
15th; limited until May 23rd Tickets
can be deposited at Little Rock, and
upon payment of a fee of fifty cents,,
at time of deposit, limnit of ticketi
can be extended to, and including
June I4th. 1911. -
For rates and information, apply
to nearest Agent or 'T. C. White,
General Passenger Agent, Wilming
ton, N. C.
The Confederate Monument.
IThet movement so long negiected ha's
at as beuntoerect a monument to
the memory of the heroes who wore the
gray,-soldier-s whose record was the
marvel of the civilized world. Claren' n'
now proposes to place upon the court
house square a suitable mark of its pa
triotism by having erected a shaft in
hanor of those who responded and laid
down their lives upon their country'sf
altar. All contributions sent to THE
MLNNING TIMJES will be acknowledged
through its columns.
J1. H. Lesesne................10 00
Louis Levi................... 10 00
Fred Lesesne ... ............ 1000
Mrs. E. Appelt............... 10 Oct a
David B. -Tones......... 10 0 :~
D. L. Green............. ' 0 ig
C. M1. Mason........... - 0
R. F. Ridgeway... ......1 00
1i1. ML Strange..........5001.
WV. T. Wilder... ......:00
R. I. Harvin, Tadmor. Tex... 10 00
H. P. Strange...........500
J. T. Touchberry .... .....500
LOANqS NEQOTIATED ~
On First-Class Real Estate
Purdy & O'Bryan,:
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, g
Mannng, . CIl
Witty Ann Pitt.
Bolingbroke called England's great
statesman, William Pitt (Lord Chat
ham), "Sublimity Pitt," and he dubbed 1
his sister Ann "Divinity Pitt.' But
that must have been long after there
were written and received the delight
ful letters addressed to Pitt's "Dearest!.
Nanny." his "little Nan," his "little']
"Oh, for the restless tongue of dear
little Jug!" he exclaims in a letter writ
ten by him from Northampton when, a.
lad of twenty-three, he had but lately I
joined his regiment '
Ann Pitt's restless tongue was never
stilled, for when Chesterfield, calling
on her in his later life, complained of
decay with the words, "I fear that I
am growing an old woman," Ann brisk
"I am glad, of it. I was afraid you
were growing an old man, which, as ]
you know, is a much worse thing."
The brand of "S" figures in an ex
traordinary act passed by parliament )
in 1547. An ablebodied man or wom
an found loitering and not seeking .
work for the space of three days
could be seized and brought before
two justices of the peace, who, upon
confession or on the proof of two wit
nesses, "shall immediately cause the
said laborer to be marked with a hot
iron on the breast the mark of 'V'
and adjudge the said person living so
idly to his presentor, to be his slave
for two 'years. The said slave shall
be made to work by beating, chaining
or otherwise." If convicted of run
ning away during this period the jus
'ices could cause him to be branded
on the forehead or the cheek with the
letter "S" and then adjudged to his
master as a slave forever. For run
ning away a second time the penalty
was death.-London Standard.
Illustrated His System.
It- was a habit of the wise French
man Arago to look during his lectures
at the young man who appeared the
dullest of-the students, and when he
perceived that this one understood he
knew all the others did.
Once in a drawing room he had just
explained this habit of his to some
*rends when a young man entered
and saluted him familiarly.
"But to whom have I the honor of
speaking?" asked the scientist
"Why, Professor Arago, you do not
know me? I always attend your lec
tures, and you never take your eyes
off me the whole time."
As a sample of KamR English here
is a love letter sent by a Cape Colony
boy to his dusky inamorata:
Dear Miss-I have great confidence in
thundering the width of my opinion that
I shall thank for kindness if you will give
ine the privilege of lettering with you con
cerning love, as your most winning face
as drawn my serious attention to you,
and that I shal appreciate you in antici
;pation of an ear' reply and also termi
nating this with supreme of high enuncia
tion. . NED.
Taken at His Word.
"Since you are so busy today," said
.he urbane journalist, "wil you kindly
tell me when and where I can meet
you for an interview?"
"Go to blazes!" excaimed the Irate
:"Thanks. I'll consider it an appoint
What You Save
SMakes You Rich
Through our purchase of the
bankrupt stock of The Model
Grocry Co. we secured a. choice
line of goods at about half their
regular value. These goods we
offer at Jess than wholesale
prices. We quote only a partial
list of our many
29c. L b.
7 Cakes 25c.
now Drift Wesson Oilj
2 L b. Can 25c.
Eagle Thistle Soda
1 Lb. Package 3c.
Pink Alaska Salmon
Soda Crystal Soap
9 Cakes 25c.
Remnant Lots Tobacco
35c. L b.
Above prices to close out small
s of several pounds. Thesel
~baccos are regular 45c. to 60c.
~ades. All fresh and sound.
It wilI be worth your while to
et our special bankrupt pur
base igures on Soap, Baking
'owdersSalmon, Tobacco, Soda,
eye. 3Jatches, &c., by the case, V
till wallop any price you'v'e got.j
-A -I~ reeg0
3TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Ciarendon.
N COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
. L. Green Company, Plantiff,
F. H. G ibbons, D ef enuda nt
Pursuaut to an execution issued
)ut of the Court of Comnon Pleas in
;be above styled catse, and to ine
lirected, bearing date the 14th day I
)f February, 1911, I have levied on
Lnd will sell at public auction, to the
iighest bidder for cash, in front of
he court house door in Manning, S.
3., within the hours of legal sale on
fonday the 5th day of June, 1911,
he same being salesday:
All that piece, parcel or tract of
and lying, being, and situate in the
ounty of Clarendon, in the State
Lforesaid, and containing twenty-six
26) acres, more or less, and bounded
xnd butting as follows, to-wit: North
by lands of M. A. Yarber; East by
lands of M. C. Player and lands of M.
A. Yarber; South by lands of T. M.
Beard; and West by lands of estate
f Julia Beard.
The said tract of land being the
same conveyed to J. If. Gibbons by
:leed of W. T. Morris.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
Sheriff Clarendon County.
Notice is hereby given that an
election will be held at Trinity
School House, May 26th, 1911, for the -
purpose of voting an additional levy
f one mill annually for school pur
poses in School Dibztrict, No. 27.
nly qualified electors can vote in
election. Rolls open from 8 a. m to
.1. J. NE TTLES,
J. .M. LEE.
J. M. 6 RAHAM,
Trustees School District No. 27.1
- xone Best
You will get this very be
Mile for Mile you can wear 1
Penny for Penny they
If you think we are
claiming a whole lot fcr
these shoes, MAKE US
PROVE IT. It is your
loss if you disregard For
these statements and go
on paying two or three
dollars extra for shoes no bette
Caul at OUr store Code-s~c Becon S5)
Prices on a
not be lower,
lower than at
IN PIANO CONTEST!
Great chance for all contestants. Sell Trad
ing Books at
receive for each book sold, 25.000- votes.
Ask more about them. We are getting
new contestants every day. Why don't you
Get busy, .everybody-A word to the
wise is sufficient-send in all Blue Votes by
the 17th of May.
Zeigler's Pharmacy, -
JO B W .R
TO THE TIMES OFFICE.
le a . . .....
argain in Shoes
rgain every time you buy a pair of Beacon Shoes.
il cos you less than any othr shoes inte w$1d
Beacon Shoes fit betterV
Me. $5.00and .5 Gdea --el
tan Deaicono. process that uctied on shoese t y coe tie asanch
c: and learn hwc~ to savc enough r~oney'.on fooct.ra to keep .7uelf in kat,,
VED HATS, ETC.
.11 Goods in my Store can
the prices I give you are
all other stores. I give you
uaranteed or your money
nd see for yourself.
ning, S. C.