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THE GBT!OE GR/IND
TCHE Ri9NGE WIT A REPUT ATION
i4ADg INg ALF. VFo --r-..AN.
Set of Warc
ifyou call at our store during our Majestic Dei
Week and allow us to show you the many advantages a
qualities of the Great and Majestic Range, and will pi
at the regular price, -we will grive you Free the beaiutiful
'Souvenir Set of Ware illustra71,ted in this advertisemrnent.
is made to match the quality of the MAajestic Rangces. ai
all ladies will see the beauty and utility of this set, es]
first three pieces, which are entirely new and cannot V
by purchase, except at a very' high price. The prices
Ranges are the same, but we g-ive the set FRE E with ea,
range bought during the demonstration week only.
ONE WEEK ONLY.
No war gveate
87 - hr anb on
The Ceerte rsprt
8I1 ish Stis. h EPJRT
8 ~ NThe Inomarbl O.N K. tovLes
Theyouacalleat ou r strtdrin uegtic De
Wekandalwutosw Wire Fen e mn danae
ai T s the Ge aa d jstiageck r a d L eap
SovnrTo e llstratdki thi HadwremEt
Tl aiswl he eaty anduelitoefo aletl
frs thw re pe e, w i h a e e tr y n w and cronkery .
bypucase, Fendst at rihpe The pie
RAngsaetheament iveCoast LE ih
Stan douhtdrilran fthgot. mle the deont ation'ony
WheeJan be Found)
Florid Cland eda Proeity
"CAsLB liaST i."
s he adfo HihadePana.ad
Forheuiu Illustrabolet a0d K.o Sovtes
W. ThJ Mthls forIGtgt C.A
I as Trahce Everlsngo HikoyGenPa
. w in cn' r, has sm ! feet %. wn :i tw r a t Le b '
o: n me-;- on
H.-esy aopediron ''arble- C op p cr Nickeli-plates
and handle that b-oi s o'n co. c uis do tinned on intide.
THE MAJESTIC Marble- THE MAJESTIC
Ized Enameied Pudding Pan. Never-burn WAred D3
Made specially fine for the Pan.-Size of pan 14% im.
Majestic Set. Made sveciAly forthe Mae
Reasons Why The
1st. It has the reputation of bi
2nd. It not only has the repu1
I and we will prove this to you i:
3rd. It is constructed of mall<
and of Charcoal iron, material t:
nonstration than steel, is riveted together
ad superior air enters the range, thus uses
irchase one 4th. The reservoir alone is v
d u other reservoir made. It boils
tea kettle, with pocket against.I
This ware sets on a frame. hence cannot v
id we know, it can be moved away from fire.
>ecially the Majestic ranges use less f
e had alone hotter; costs practically notbii
.as . long;-bakes better; easier to kee
of Majestic than any other range on the m
ch Majestic the above statements are true,
Come in Demonstration We
SCourt convenes in Manning Sep
tember 18th, Judge R._E._Copes, pre
F H Chewning, Silver.
SJ Hl Dingrle, Summnerton, R F' D.
IJ W Trouchberry, Paxville:
J H Alsbrook, Foreston.
R f B Beatson, Silver, R. F. D.
H A Fischer, Summierton,
W P Corbett, Paxville.
'arm M L Shirer, Summaerton. RF0
J . W Perry, Alcolu, R F D.
W \VH Rhodus, Manning, R F D.
C S Laud, Foresten.
~Oat- J M Rowe, Snumerton, R F D.
SE P Mathis, St. Paul.
W ~ R Mathis, Sumnmerton, R1 F D.
P F J Floyd, Turbeville.
amn- 1 Y Plowden, Manning, R F D.
WV R Coskrey, Summerton.
SW P Roberts, Wilson.
SDavid Shoemaker, Silver, R F D.
and Jeer A Richbourg, Summwerton.
and J HLD.milton, Foreston.
S E Hodge, Paiville.
DI M Carraway, Paxville.
1erTi~ T L. Shiirer, St Paul.
SR R DuRant, Mavesville, R1 F D.
IN B Davis, Silver, R F D.
h C S Boddin, New Zion.
SW D McClary, Summerton.
H I A Brailsford, Pinew'ood.
J P Coleman, Davis Station.
J H DuBose, Eew Zion.
tam- H A Hodge, Summxerton.
SH V White. Wilson, R F D.
OUT SECO:~D WEEK .JURORS.
Monday, 25th, 1911.
J Henry Miteli, Foreston.
RI T Harvin, Summerton.
D M Rodgers, Summierton.
J H June, Jordan.
(5H Laekey, Paxville.
Junious E Richbourg, Jordan.
J H Mcl~night, Manning.
E M Fulton, Foreston.
T P Brown, Paiville.
P M 5ibbons, New Zion.
W N Hill. Manning.
(50 Lowder, Manning.
D C Cantey, New Zion.
e E J Buddin, Turbeville.
J'i M Plowden, Sumimertoni.
IW D Alsbrook, Sr Paul.
d- (en & H Curtis, Jr, Paxville.
E H Kennedy, Turbeville.
0S C Lee, Manning.
(5(5 Thames, WVilson.
(SM Bradhamn, Manning.
J A Gardner, New Zion.
J E Graham, Wilson.
.J V Carrigan, Summierton.
C WV Ridgeway-, Wilson.
(leo AR Ridgill. Summierton.
Rt Miller Mcllette, Trurbeville.
SR THarrington, Manning.
E L Langston, Lake Citv.
1 Y Eadon. Sunnuerton.
:W8 K TAVE
L and Surveyor,I
Sumter, S. C.
a' 7'a ' opp r c.--plated Cfe
celed on :'ot. landso-nely nickeiled on
outside ar~d tinned on inside.
Patene TWO MAJESTIC Patent
-ipping. Never-Burn Wired Dripping
x20in. Pans. Sizeof pan9in.x2in. I
stice't. Made speciallyforthe MajesticSet.
Great Majestic You
Lid B y
sg ang tied o(: inae .
tationt TW 'MhESI eatentmu
xa i on. nate.Sria you c't bi.
batreat rus a3jerti Ymoret -
stir tight. Nco beau escapes r
very litefe .o do neriaet work
L5 guions of water; is Lotd like a
eft htnd I g, and is mo bie una
nea' out. Een water gets too ot
nel: heat mor'e water--.c heat it
ig for repirs; lasts trene Oie, as
p clean and gives better satisfaction
rket.. If you know positively that
would you buy a Majestic at once?,
ek and We'll Prove It to You.
Most American travelers on their NC
Srst trips on the continent of Europe in tl
are astounded when upon the day of mer<
their departure from a hotel they are to e
presented witb their bill by the head over
waiter instead of by the landlord or Ion.
by his chief clerk. But it Is the cus- pape
tom. and this important individual is gers
thus assured of his tip. But they fret was
and fume Inwardly as they 'think of toms
all the other servants to be tipped on t
and usually end by giving each one the:)
about three times what he expects. en o
There are two ways of avoiding this fast
worry if they only knew. In small ho- put
tels and pensions where an average of ther
$2 or 10 francs a day Is paid for pen- in tl
sion it Is proper to allow 1' franc a port;
day for each person for service and reac:
when goIng away divide It according- It c:
ly among those who have served you. two
In larger hotels a more satisfactory pape
way Is to take 10 per cent of the hotel boy
bill, whatever it is, add it to the ord-)
amount of the bill arnd request the
head walter to divide, It among the
servants. Thus is the tipping ques- On
tion very much simpll~ed.-New York shor1
Sweet Mother Love. duty
A man awoke one night with a eign
He groaned, be turned and twisted, was,
be howled, he sat up -and lay down So ce
again. He arranged his pillow and poor
pressed It against his face, with an- out
other gro)an. cons.
His wife slept on and never moved. In tJ
He wanted attention, he wanted sym. are f
patthy. and he groaned a:in. to th
Sti she slept. slow:
Injury added to the pain: It wasn't stair
treating a fellow ri;i;ht to sleep like gized
that when he was suffering with a the s
bainful tooth. and he 'aled he'r name stood
Still she slept plied
He had groaneud three times as loud lader
as he could, and she didn't awake.
Then the baby. In Its crib In another
room, sighed softly in Its sleep Ma
The woman was on ber' feet and sonal
standing beside Its crib, ansions eyed. liver<
In an instant. story
"And I actually thought." said thle Willi
man. "that she loved me most."-St tobio
LouIs Star. Ai
National Purses. royal
The Englishman carries gold. silver rebel:
and copper loose in his trousers pock- "I
et, pulls out a handful of mixed coins he sr
and selects the one he needs. The Iness
American carries his "wad of bills'- clletC
in a long, narrow pocketbook In which ness'
the greenbacks lie flat. The French. towa
man makes use of a leather purse and I
with no distinguishing characteristics.
The German uses one gayly embroid
ered In silks by the fair hands of some "B
Lottchen. The half civilized capital- fully
st from a torrid South American city he hi
carries his dollars in a belt with cun- if Ik
ningly devised pockets. The Italian "I
of the poorer classes ties up his little Blithi
fortune In a gayly colored handker- the
chief, which he hides about his clothes. asked
A similar course finds favor with the amin
Spaniard, while the lower class Rus
sian exhibits a preference for his Co
boots or the lining of his clothes as a Co
hiding place for his savings.--London for u:
Mail and 14
Office Over Bank of Sumter. and y
CHARLTON DURANT, its
ATTORNEY AT LAw, cbron
M ANNING S. C. valna
PEOPLE YOU KNOW W
C M Davis
J E Davis
E 6 Stukes
C B Davis
J B Harvin
Jas 6 gaymon
Mrs K D Brigajs
Mrs E P Briggs
Summerton, S. C.. Septe
The Sumerton Hardware Company, Summ
e~nmen:-I am using the Majestic R
and heating water for house, I can cheerf all
ak conl e>plative purchasers as a good one.
Pinewood. S. C., Septe:
Thc. S-.- uiimerton Hardware Company, Summ
Gentinen:-We are glad to testify to the
jestic Range purchased from you last spring
claimed for it, I will be glad to answer all h
to it. Yours trul.
DN, S. C.
eligPapers on the Roof. Ste of oi
llenterprising newsboys are
eUnited States. The small streetConyf
ants of Paris, when forbidden
er tramcars and omnibuses, got 'COURT OF CO0
the diffculty in real Yankee fash- R. D. Lee, L. C. Str
It was easy, of courseC, to sell Moise. Executor:
sthrough the windows to passen- and testament
eated in the vehicles, but how Plaintiffs,
tpossible to reach would-be cus- . Agal
rperched on the seats provided Samuel Hampton;
eroof? A youth promptly solved Defendants.
arblem. He procured a stick sev
eght feet long, with wire clamps UNDER AND B
ed to the sides. Papers were Judgment Order of
nthe clamps. On top of the stick ifon Pea n dtree
was a small cup with a hole tn to9inc dict
ebottomn. The hole was an im- lie auction, to the 1
t part of the apparatus, for It cash, at Clarendon
d all the way down. and through Manning, in said e
me the copper coins of one or legal hours for judit
uss according to the prisce of the day, the 2nd day
the patron selected when the being salesday, the
ld up the stick.-Chicago Rlec- ed realthattatp
rald- of land, situate, ly
the town of Jerve
Luis' Compliment to Conde. Clarendon, in said
need not overlook the enormous one acre, more or
>cmngs of Louis XIV. as a man the North by lot Nc
as a king to admit that in some of Rev. J. B. Ha
ant respects he "tried to do his White Pond stree
.He was a hardworking sover- ~,arl astreet, thi
oth in the sphere of admis:tra- vle
ad in that social sphere which 2nd. Tracts No.
o his mind, no less important. B, the dimensions<
rteous that he never passed the shown by a plat of
twoman about the palace with. ini, made by Pee D
iting his hat, he carried polite provement Co., rec
raton to the level of a fine art. oC 0.P, fo Claren
eway of courteous speech there 2Lan ham by deed re
ew things nobler than his remark flce in Book Q :3 pas
great Conde as the old hero was :3rd. Lot No. :3 in I
yascending the great marble ed from E. B. Gamb:
ase at Versailles. Conde apolo- ed in said office, Bc
for being so long in mounting the said lot having
ps, at the top of which the king bargained for by ~
aiting. "Ah, cousin:" Louis re- and h. B. Gmble,
ne oe sowly whnone isest to the mortgago
ith laurels." 4th. That lot of h
sid County and
bjected to the Publicity, forty feet front oui
a instinctive and perfectly rea- one hundred feet ini
epreference for reprimand do- nr the North by pu
~din private is illustrated by a tosdt asot i
told by Lieutenant General Si Purtchandr Sth yI
am Butler, G. 0. B., in his "Au- E.
raphy." SheritT Cl;
ieral commanding at Aldershot _
ben forcibly reprimanded by a
ommander in chief. He openly I The Confederate
d. The movemnect so]1
dn't mind being called a fool."atlsbeutore
, "if it pleases your royal high-th emy fhee
ocall me so, but I do mind being ga.sliiswo
a fool before your royal high- mre ftec~iie
other fools," sweeping his hand ' ~ooe opa
the commander in chief's large tits yhvn
irillant safthemory of the he
dalo the livsized
Sympathetic. altar. All contrib)ut
inger!" roared Blithers wrath- MANN IE vl
hen his son informed him that truhisclms
funked at college. "I'm blest Louis Levi.. ..
w what to say. 1"- Fred Lesesne .
mpathize with you, dad," said Mrs. E. Appelt.
,rs Jr., feelingly. "That's just 'David B3. JTones.
y it was with me when they D. L. Green.
e those blasted questions at ex. C. M. Mason.
ton!"-Harper's Weekly. RI: F. Rid geway.
____________R. M1. Str-nge.
.W. T. Wilder.
o Colds Must be Taken Seriously I.L. lrv.in, Tad mo
ilss cured they sap the vitality J1. T. Touchberry . -
wer the vital resistance to more S. A. Hlarvin.
nfection. Protect your child rea Mrs. L. M. Barlield.
ursef by the prompt use of Fol- W. M. Davis.
oey and Tar Compound and note
k and decisive results. For Tlotal.....
colds, croup, whooping cough, -----_
biis and affections of th e th roat, TRI
nd lungs it is an ever ready a-nd
nl emd ..iksnrg r.:- BIT TE R
-AT OUR STORE
0 USE AND RECOMMEND P
H C Carrigan J H E
L T Fischer . C S
J W Broadway Lawr
B P Broadway. Wm j
L E Brailsford Doug
T H 6entry J P H1
J A Brailsford H A 'I
S A Hunter
mber 11th. 1911. Summe
erton, S. C. The Summerton Hardware
ange for cooking , Gentlemen:-We are ve:
y recommend it to I Range purchased from yo
to any who want a high gr
C. M. DAVIS. I
nber 11th. 1911.
rton, S. S. 1 Summe
merits of the Ma. The Summerton Hardware
It is all that is Gentlemen:-I am using
iquiries in regard that is claimed for it, a lii
th Carojina, #0 4b4
1 LAS gWedding Prest
auss and Davis D.
of the last will
>f Marion MIoise,~ e
,nd H. T. Edens, In our South Window
Sthe latest creations
7 VIRTUE OF A
the Court of Comn-'
abov-e stated ac- .
1 bearing date~of
ighest bidder, for afud I udvldu
Court House, at
unty, within the _
falsales, on Mon- So appropriate for
of October, 1011,
followinig describ- Q~ oods were personall
iee, parcel or lot m niS stocks in the
"vile.onty o r buyer who went
State, containing Oe
less, bounded on poe
24. East by land
r-mon, South by e See Us, Te'I
t, and WVest by U ,v e
s being lot No. 2
nage f Jenri9 The benefit of a g
4 and 5 on Block 4 tremely reasonable p
f the same bemgI
le Town of Remn- I
ee Land and I
re noffice C.j TH M N IN
don county, said
chased from J. C. W
i4rd d in said of- Purrefors to P
slock B, p~urchals
e by deed record
ok M-:3 page 680,
tnd Gamble hav
neyed his inter- ___
Lfd in Remiini, in
Main street, and
blic road leadin1
WVest by A. S.
y Main street."
>ag neglected has lpeSicsfrMn
t a monument to ILde
roes who wore the ThSebSoefo
arecord was the Pp he o hlrn
e upon the court
le mark of its na-er~hn~Ba
rected a shaft'in
asponded and laid
ons sent to THEr
be acknowledged -_________
... ...10 00Thsiagrnopot
. . .. .10 00
......10 00 ~ Cm nad1o~te
.... ... .. 3 00
...... ~o 0eeucini aatn
...... - 00 _____ _ _
.... .... 5 00
c.lex...\ 10 00
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........ BES F00
BILIOUSESS ipseH Shoes forMen.I~
rton, S. C.. September 11th 9
Company, Summerton S.
y much pleased with our:,
i last season, we can recoef
ide range, there is no better.,_'
J. W. BROADWA
:ton, S. 0., September 11th 91
Company, Summerton, S.
the Majestic Range and itdes
tle fire and a little ration s
H. C. CARRIGAlIIR
ONE WEEK OY'%
No ware given-after..1
we will show someof~
Pieces of China
Weddingj Gifts. These
y selected from enor
specially for this pur.
ood selection with ex. $
rices awaits you. 0
Alvin Brand Clothing,
Sterns Brand Voil Skirts.
s a (Guaranteed at
mity to buy your Fall eloth
'Wear, at the lowest prices
over and be convinced. ~
rou in Clothing.