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Will hold its Second Annual Agricultural and Industrial Exhibition du
to be the most unique Fair ever held in this or any other place in the
vided by the Charleston Fair because they lack the natural and other
Monday, the opening day of the Fair, will be Children's Day. "Tha Palmet
to Goat Derby" will be the feature attraction, consisting of goat cart races driven
by school children. In addition there will be a dozen or more other interesting
amusing races and children's games to occupy the whole afternoon.
Field events of all sorts, including Relay Races, Foot Races, Foot Bail BawZe
Ball Hammer Throwing, Shot Putting and all other sports known to amature
atheletics. The interest in these games will be enhanced by the fact. tht the
teams participating will be picked from the Citadel, the Y. M. C. A , Porter MiIi
tary Academy, Cbarleston igh School. College of ClIarleston. Charleston Medi
cal College, and Navy the Army stationed at Charieston.
Some pf the most skillful and during drivers have entered their cars for
these events to run in a series of races, up to 100 miles. on the best constructed
mile track in the South. In addition to the Kanamara" troup of fancy automobile
driving is engaged to entertain visitors between races on other days. These drivers
handle their-automobiles with the same ease and turn the same tricks in their
machines as. an expert skater does on skates. This feature is the latest act shown
at fairs.and has never been in the South.
The amusement end of the Fair in Charleston will exceed in point of enjoy
iment anything that was ever seen at a fair in the South. The booking for the
The Time, NOVEMBER 17 to 22.
We Could Not Afford
to keep tilling the people through our advertisements about our goods if we only
expected to sell them once.
We know from experience that if we get a woman to come into our store and buy/
once, she's coming again.
Others have tried us to their satisfaction. why don't you?
You take no risk. We fully guarantee everything we sell togive unquestioned
.satisfaction for the price, or back your money goes.
We don't want your money unless we give you ful..value in return for it.
With A New Shipment of Coat Suits
this week, we are -better prepared to please you than ever.
Special Priced at
$10.50. $22.50. $25.00. $27.50. $35'and $40
- Our Coat Suit Department now is at its best, and we wan't
you tc come and judge for yourself and see these wonderful values
$10. $12.50. $15. $20. $22.50. and $25.
When in Sumter be sure to visit our Ne.-dle Art Department
Ii where you will find a complete line Embroidery Thread. Colum
bia Yarns, Stamped Pieces of all kind, and a full line of Royal
Agents Hlole-Proof Hosiery. SUMTEiR. S. C.
STATE OF 80U1H CAROlUNA -MILLINERY !
CO~ntYWhen you want a well Millinered Hat come to see us. We are
By James M. Windham, Esq., Juodge prepared to furnish as DiCe a line of Millintery as anv store in this section
of Probate.- and the work turned out by us is guaranteed to please.
W HEREAS, Lynch H. Deas, made I Our Miss Brown is a Milliner of experience. and taste, and we
Isuit to me to grant him Lettersj wouid respectfully urge upon the ladies to cail on us. and inspect our
of Administration of the estate and styles.
effcts of James D) Deas.ctanad
monish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of the said
James *D Deas, deceased, ,that MEOcLD BLOCK. MANNING, S.C.
they be and appear bfor me, in the
ning, S. C.. on the 6th day of Nov.
next. after publication hereof, at
11 o'clock in the forenoon, to show*
i iad st in aoul n eWe Pay Highest Cash Prices for
Given under my hand this 20th day
of October, Ano Domini. 1913.
Judge of Probate.
Don'tl~ give your profits away-ship direct to us by express and get your
tuesOd ors Ohe ~mdieWe' money nextay W pay highest pices for green and dr hdes of a kid
Th:e worst cases, nomnatterof howlong standig meat now. Send for Price List.
.**cuedbyti..e**onerf2ul,'"rei CAROLINA HIDE & JUNK Co.
lain and Heels at the sme time. 25c, 50c,.c . CALETOS.C
In the Gym.
newY have a gmasiu in yu
Stax. "I spend an hour or two there
mok aa it's aie plce to take H ?I - .
nap in."-Washington Star.
von Tppi oT tR face eora ted o andsD 0work3 'J1'..L
-oaTE ? tforRP*/d NaaxZnoon.. :sc. TO T E TME-F I E
ring the week of November 17 to 22. 1913. In many respects this is
country. No County or State Fair can match the attractions pro
Charleston Midway is done by one of the best known booking agencies in New
York. which insures features never heretofore shown in the South, and' while
there is plenty of spice in the collection every attraction is strictly of a high order.
Charleston is headquarters for the second division of the Torpedo fleet of
the Unit--d States Navy and there are now lying at the Charleston Navy Yard
a score or more of these craft and every visitor is invited to visit them and ac
quAint him.elf with the intricate workings of these destroyers of the enemies of
our country. The OLYMPIA. ADMIRAL DEWEY'S FLAGSHIP, which des
troyed the Spanish fleet in Manila Bay on that memorabie morning of May 1, 1898.
is now in Charleston waters and no South Carolinian should let this opportunity
go by without paying his respects to the valor of our naval heroes by visiting this
good old ship. The LASSO MAN AND- WOMAN, the most thrilling act ever
performed on horseback, will be one of the .big features of the Fair. This team
comes directly from the original Wild West show. Beauty and Buff, the ponies
that do everything but talk, the best trained pair of horses alive, the tricks that
they perform are the most wonderful ever seen. One of the stunts is flying throngh
hoops of fire suspended-in the air.
The Greatest Ever.
Thousands of dollars have been spent by the management to make this the
most successful Fair ever held in the State. Make arrangements to come and
bring your family. Excursion rates on all railroads.
The Place, CHARLESTON.
* It is human nature to try and get.
the biggest value a dollar will buy
-we are human-and take just as
much pride in buying goods to offer
you as you take in satisfying yourj
Sif !E\H AVE answered the
callfor better shoes by
putting in a complete line
of LONGWEAR SHOES-the
more you wear them, the better you like them! They are buikt to fit
and give foot comfort from the firet time you wear them, and will give
longer wear than any other shoes for the same money. We are show
ing some exclusive patterns in Men's, Women's and Children's shoes
this season that are the lateai word in style-nobby lasts for the young
people and conseraitive lasts for the more sedate. We can fit you up in
any leather your fancy dictates- Patent, Tan, Gun
Metal, Vici, White Buck or White Canvas- give us -
the chance to prove the superior worth of LONG
R. P. JENKINSON,
Planning, S. C.1
The Cout. Trea.urer's Offce wil
he open for collectioD of taxes for 191:3
* on 15th October 1913, and close 15th
A rr.vls. arch 1914. Following are the tax
U~~VV levies: State tax 5* mill, Ordinary
SCounty 4i mills, Court House and
SCou nty Bonds 1* mills, School Tax 1
Come to our Stables and .look at the g il, ostitution s Sco 3 mil
Sfine lot of 3 mills, 3. 6 mills, 5. 3 mills, 74 mills,
9. 10 3-4 mills. 10. 3 mills, 11. 2 mills,
0 I 13 4 mills, 14. 4 mills, 15. 8 mills, 16.
- ~ IA LI8 mills, 17 4 mill4. 18. 2 mills. 19. 10
-Muli *es an H~o rses 21 mils 2 mls.2.9ms
-- -6 mills. 2 8 mills 2 . 8 mills. 3 .6
a6mills.3 2. m rills. 329. 4 mills, 30.2
jutarrived. We are prepared to show you tihe cleanest mills, 3 2 mis. 3.2mls 3
* lot of stock that has been brought to this market in L. L. WELLS.
I many a year. Come now and make your selection. County Treasurer.
CO FF Y & RIG BY. s e.
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y Mrs. Walter Vincent,
of Pleasant Hill, N. C.,
writes: "For three sum
mers. I suffered from
nervousness, d r e a d fu I
pains in my back and
sides, and weak sinking
spells. Three bottles of
Cardui, the woman's
tonic, relieved me entire
ly. I feel like another
The Woman's Tonic
For over 50 years,
Cardui has been helping
to relieve women's un
necessary pains and
building weak women up
to health and strength.
It will do the same for
you, if given a fair trial.
So, don't wait. but begin
taking Ca.a ' r
its use crnnot hz: y you,
and shoul! surel. do you
KICKED ON THE TIPS.
The Waiter Thought the Rule !'ould
Not Work Both Ways.
"M )Il at the cabaret restaurant on
B1roadway was $25, and when I gave
the waiter a tip of a dollar he frown
The speaker was a banker froin Du
luth. -Je continued warmly:
"'What are you frowning abo?7' !
asked the waiter. 'Isn't that a gener
ous tip for a few minutes work on
"'In New York,' the man answered;
'the rule is always to give a tip of 10
per tent. Your bill.' sir, called for a
$2.50 tip. So. naturally. I feel-a little
aggrieved. But it is easy to see. sir,
that you are not a New Yorker. dnd so
it can't be expected that you'd know
"Well. I pocketed the waiter's insult.
and the next time I was in that neigh
borhood I dropped in on him again.
This time I was alone, and, not being
hungry. I only ate a $1.15 meal. When
it was over I handea the waiter a tip
of 11 cents. You ought to have seen
his face. It was worse than before.
"'It's all right.' I assured him. 'It's
according to the 10 per cent rule that
you taught me. If a man's bill is ex
orbitant that makes no difference, ac
cording to the rule. Well. then. when
a ian's bill is small, it should make
no difference. either.'
"Tlw waiter -lowired at me. He
shook the 11 cents in his palm saur
castic'ally. I said. as I rose to go:
.'.ind, by jove, it won't make any
dfference either. If you waiters Insist
on your 10 per cent for large amounts
then you've got to take it for small
amounts, too. At least, by jingo, you've
got to take It from ime. I'm from Du
Iluth. but I know my way about."
The Duluth banker sighed heavily.
"Bu the fact remains." he said. "that -
ever since that waiter' called me down
I give 10 per cent on big amounts like
a fool and like' a fool I give 20 to 3()
per cent on small 'amounts."-Minne
ray the World's Best!
~autiful Horses 500
World's Show Beautiful!
ns of palace cars!
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n Stalion. vighes Edcae
re and -0 Othe Greacsan
res :tlin ihs dcL~
p. m.' C oor pen O ne Hu rx
)C n :T OteP rAtA cts and
THE. 0UT : - 3.
Its Nante Does Nt Q::e Fit Thi
to tholse !ivint ill In:, Southern 1h.11f
of the wb11 :!;d to th. o tourist itereto.
Is one of the i most eenpicous and in.
teresting of a ll the southern conii:-tira
Situated at a distantice of :eat thirty
legrees from the south pol . it is p1:i
ly visibie in all regions . !Zh'of the.
)quator. and also to so: ie dist:tm; e
3orth. about as far as the tropic of
Cancer. The f :'ith Wi one t ravels
the higher in the heavens will nitpear
:he cross and naitturlly the nore on
spicuous it becomeS.
it seems to have receivel its pnaue.
2ot like the northern constellations
lrom the ancients. but. like most Of the
southerni configurations fron the Por
tuguese navigators. (t1tig their eX
plorations into the southern waters.
It is said that when Dante came- oit
froi "Iferno" he declared that he
and seen a mighty cross set in the
outhern firmament, and the naviga
.ors set about to find such a fikure
tud settled upon this one as best fil
lling the conditions. That it is diffli
ult, at first glance. to picture this as
i true cross. Is not suprising. for had
t been named the *kite." a much
'oser representation could lale been
magined. The so called "false cross."
nidway l:etween the cross and the
right star Canopus. although coi
>oscd of faintcr stnre. is much: ore
-egular and symmetrical in shape.
Taken all in atl. this constellation of
:he Southern Cross. which has been
:he wonder of centuries. still holds its
)lace as :t remarktide curiosity. even
vith the advance of astronomical in
estigation. innd with the data obtain
xd from the spectroscope and the
>hotograph. our efforts still find un
Imited problems yet to be solved. And,
tbove all others. that of the Southern
ross is yet far fron a complete solu
on.-lAon'i Campbell In "Peru Today."
Would Make Them Better If They Could.
The tnakerb of Foley Kidney Pills
now that they have absolutely the
est combination of curative and
ealing medicines for kidney and
>ldder ailments and urinary irreg
larities that it is pospible to pro
Ince. That is why Foley Kidney
ills are the best medicine for the
mrpose you can buy. For sale by
11 dealers everywhere. adv.
Bees Stopped Railway Traffic.
Bees, held up railway traffic on the
.ndon and North-Western mail line
ear Shap Summit for several hours
ecently. The bees swarmed in a sig
tal lamp. No relief was forthcoming
mtil an official from Penrith dislodg
id them. -
Tonight, if you feel dull and stup
, or bilions and constipated, take
6 dose of Chamberlain's Tablets and
ou will feel all right tomorrow. For
ale by all dealers.
Need Not Be Ashamed of Name.
The surname Snooks by no means
seems to be an imposing cognomen;
ut, as a matter of fact, it is a name
f great antiquity, and one of which
obody should be ashamed. In real
ty, It is a contraction of "Sevenoaks."
t was first corrupted to Sennoce,
'hch in turn was corrupted to
nooks of today. ___
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A Mighty Arei
Representinig in Grand A
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Famed As The
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MAJOR LITTLEFINGER~ AND
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AMOUS ORTON FA MILY! WV
SEE THE AZTEC
Billy Lighitfoot and Twe
Sh.umato's Royal JIapanese Trou]
Two Performances Daily. 2 and
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