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Publishes AU County and Town Of.
MAMNING, S. C., OCT. 18, 1914
Mannag Chapter. No. 19
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in each Month.
(Mrs:)WV. DAys W. M.
Miss LUcy JoaSsoN. See.
~RUT!! CtIPTER, NO. 40,
H ROYAL ARCU MASONS
Regular Meeting, Second Men
day in Each Month,
c DuRs, FaanTLszW'
Only one more month of
cthoee,:popalar Gold Bond
yo nU fl d ! jou ovOY the
ps They'regoig De-.
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edga New Zin
Th-towiuaZ books are no* "Os dy
ere'uiB-he a. meetag of the. eivic
leagget beeopart house O. TuesdaY
Ne Zion, k.P P.~ Bldand, aged
e~ir er sholdsut 'some
wei ndevir sy lienme uit shitild
U 4 b. sstoiners tpsr~
y .?A.Zbt~e ei~io has bee66%s
ltt* ie'nsti Manninge ~e for-~' her
h6theehimbia last Friday.- .
-tA 'r -' i
tuouand ere-o!:wheat 'planted in
b1*t~frothe -oninyesr --
Clarendo up-tloo- November .:9th;.
*5) ysarg~th seune datse.-r -~
- metl at~.hit'mire..in ewbeiry
t j 2 .p paV tising.Th
ksI hiteatr-as filled to staun
-- Thnrid.; night to
* ~ Windhewent to (o
~s~Tr~d ~to siea tniess to
na esteiseionmoney is being
~eb'~ae 1OTinsfles00 for the
cowjnliodrsof the State-and Fed'eia
- ~ saiatigcvimin t.his
StaecwIlg .~ncipnsh a' greabt good.
bege~maiet~elle e hares,.
?ep~rcae~b3 he-citiznos, wagtesDe
e.sexthe boardl of-.ttstees -this:
inzgwth appropriate ceremomes.
-'N. Tescott a.Iormen~rxesia
ertQ)MUng .after a vist..to his
rs ivsinh county ereturned
to s tain Charlestor list Sunday
sh~~k5 placed" nuinbei' of
egusaod esti-etsg which is
' od Qtbd buts unles -they are' put
o B tflef amount'to thatmahneflY
'Th6 ropers assessments afor Clar
ena eonirasshown by they report
of40oiprolier General Jones mn 1913
wasg4Os2Fand -in l914 S4,235,990, an
-Mred-:at .the .home of -Probate
Judge-&..indham, ast 'Thursday
*eves ng,3er.tyse-8.:.Jane and-Mrs.
Rypa Kasel- ,Judge.Windhami pert
Me#aoning shninrs expect to be
in F~1os46 on hasgvmng Day in
flfrcee.'Titeamo eisr making
eigdate.rsparations to-give the vist
to "'a hot~ time in the old. town."
Tfl~portsanefl wereout in' full force
last'Monday, the first day under the
law that they could shoot birds. - Bdt?
they could not -:have 'done . much, or
rather we did not get any'of the loot.
The' farmer who has wheat and oats
forale next year- .will be better of
than the one. who . has -only cotton.
Weat and oats will .bring top notch
priea next year whether.he war stops
ro t.. -
Agnostdepieable- character is one
wbverhear$sa conversation and. goes
off -to repeat it-for the purposeof mak
ingtrouble. There are such in Man
ning but we are thankful to say there
are but feiw.
Died suddenly last Saturday morning
at the home of her sister Mrs. Sallie
Bird, near Turbeville, -Mrs. -Hessie
Mins, aged about 70 years. The in
terment took' 'place at Pine Grove
The consolidation of the Bank of
Sumter with tV City Natio.nal Brnk in
Sumter marks one of the largest busi
ness deals that has ever~ takenpiace in
that city, and which is of interest to
many people in this county.
Trains 48 and 47 known as "The
Shoofy" which run between Florence
and Orangeburg are to be discontinued
on the 22nd. This is to be .regretted as
these trains are a great convenience to
the general tavelingspublic.
o be married this evening at Savan
nah, Ga., Dr. Everette 1semuan, the
eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Ise
man of llaening, and Miss Doris Smith
of Savannah. Dr. Iseman has already
built up alarge practice in the city of
The New York cotton exchange op
ened uun last Monday, but it will take
several days for business to get in
working order. Now that trading will
begin better prices are looked for, that
is, if those owning cotton market the
prodat with judgment.
The State WareouseCmmissiner
is going rightaheed wit~his work of
leasing warehousesat- different points
in the State. It will depend entirely
upon the attitude of the owners whether
or not the Manrnng warehouses will
get under State supervision.
Married at the home of Rev. J. P.
Inabnit at Lexington, S. C.. last Thurs
day afternoon, Mr. William Harvey
McMurray and Miss Martha McDonald
Davis, a daughter of Mrs. Anna M.
Davis. The couple will m.ke their
home at Black mountain, N. C.
- The total vote for governor in the
recent general election was 34,606.
There are about 180,000 white voters in
the-State. but the indifference mani
fested inthe -last election needs the
attention of our wise men, lest by our
neglect we may wake up to find our
selves caught in a trap.
- There will be a.meeting of the Boys'
and girls Clubs of this county in Man
ning Saturday 21st. Miss Edith Parrott
the State Agent of the girls work will
be present, and the legislative delega
tion for this county are expected to be
present also, invitations have been
sent to each member by Mr. C. A. Mc
The town authorities should instruct
thepolice to make automobiles come
to astop at the corner of Brooks and
Soycestreets before somebody gets
burtt We have seen some mighty
reckless driving around these corners,
'nd hen a' man, wonan or child gets
sedoisty 14t it will be too late to then
gethysterical and adopt extreme ordi
nances. Make .the automobiles stop
now whiile the stopping is good, and let
there be no discrimination between
white andblack, rich or, poor, profes
sional men, or laymen.
-If the Bonsal system -of railroads con
nuetheir operations:on to Savannah,
ais reported they intend doing, we
hopeit.wll not have the effect of
"queerng" the enterprise. .that Man
ming s- concerued in. The BonsaI
ysvtem if it goes on to Savannah will
be'a continuation of that road already
,built through Andrews on to Charles
ton. We o notknow whether the pro
psedroad from Estill7 through Sum
mironanid Mannings has - any connee
tion with the projectors of - the -Bonsal
system, but if it i apart of the same
concern -hen our local authorities
should getbusy -to find "where we . are
t"-ith a view of seeking another
source for additionalrailroad; facilities.
Depupy Isurance Commissioner B.
A. Wharton was in Manning Friday
giheromoneting his inspection. of the.
ire which destroyed the ginnery of
tr&B. F. orts ibot two- weeks ago.
It seeims that some c -e wrote 'to the
Esurance Commissioner inforing
him that tai-- prpertydetroyed was
nsured4 nitiary to ?the insurane re
uirements. but -the -inspection showed
t, the pptrAry.that every- detail had..
beeni complied with-.-the application
nd thepolies-- ;was .regular.in -erery
particular. The complaint was made
byan areney.voutside of the town of
maivne;- be policy was -written. by
TheF. N. Wilson Insurance Agencye
which agency isparticular in the inter
of thevo:npanies it represents, and
iaS policy. holders so that when -a- fire
cers there can be. no question: .to
muse trouble in collecting the loss.
Only the timely discovery of fire pre
vented the home of -Mr ack McFaddin
Mos'Eaniss we% Of-Mani from
beirdestroyed last- Thursday .After
dioon:-:Mr. McFaddin was in his ield
a shoradistance from the,.house, and
his wle-sd an6ther lady had. just left
or .a walk,-when some one entered the
ouse, poured kerosene.. in: the parlor
anin:thepwantry, set- fire and let
Wheniws.-discoOveed-the oil was.
mrnniand the wainscoating ws. bei
ganing~t ach when the .fire was put:
mita few r instes more and the whole
ouse iwould have .been .enveloped -im
laes. : Itniasl without donbt the bold-.
eat attemnitat 'arson ever. beard ~of -in
hese parts;}nvestigation did not re
eaiany clue, but it is thought it was
the work, of somebody familiar with
the premises and the mnovements of the
family. no -ihu a
Cdarendon isno wihtla
abiding citizens, Messrs Joseph S.
Davis. Felix DiT16; '. K. 1avis,
and Andrew~ P.. Burgess1 were on:
adeer drive recentlyand-.each one of
lo~'a . shoot turkey i b v up n
fnding they hadviolaed..he~ law they
ontariy went to their Magistrates
nthe community~anid p'd a find of $10
ech. - Mess Bavis, 'igle and Davis
paidto Magistrate A. J. Richbourg at
Summerton. and -Mrt. A. P. Burgess
paid ta Magistrate-Bradham in Man
ning.- If-all our-citizens had as .much
respect for the law. as these: gentlemen
he country..wouldsbe.- better off. The.
game laws are just as those who -enjoy
hunting want them in this county, and
every.citizen should report violations..
If thepresent laws are. not respected
dristic.lws will be . enacted and en
forced.. 'The voluntary action of the
gentlemen referred .to should be a
shining example. to all.
The 'attention of our readers is called
to the double -page' advertisement in
thsissue of The Birthday Sale of The
Weck *~ Sumter. There is no gain
sving it Tbe Wreck Store goes after
>cismess with a commendable energy
with th result, that their tremendous
establishment draws trade from the
evea' counties adjoining Sumter. Mr.
9ihlie'* Bert. the manager of -this
Immense -establishment, tells -us tbat
ho 'has bul'up a large trade in Claren
don which he appreciates highly, and
that he never lets an opportunity go by
to secure attracins bosh in style and
quality, and pricego make it an mnduce
ment for the Cl'aredidon people to make
their purchases at his-store. Read what
is offered to : the= trade, in this issue,
then go an inspect the mammoth stock
of everything that can- be used in a
household. Everything offered for
sale is marked in plain figures, and
there is nothing to do but to make the
selections needed. At this store there
is a large force of competent salesladies
and men' who will take -pleasure :n
howing the prospective buyer any
'thing in the store. The Wreck Store
is one of the largest in Eastern South
Coroina, beginningsmall and growing
steadily to meet the demands of an in
reasig trade. The rule of this store
is Polite Attention, Prompt Service
Be sure and attend the Range Ex
hibit-See advertisement. The Man
ning Hardware Co.
Itch relieved in 30 minutes by Wool
ford's Sanitary Lotion. Never fails.
Sold by Dickson Drug Co., druggists.
OR SALE-New crop pure Georgia
Cane Syrup, at. 32c per gallon, in bls.
W. H. Davis, Augusta Ga.
or 6 doses 666 will break any case
Feve or Chills. Price, 2,5 cents.
Be sure and attend the Range Ex
hibit-See advertisement. The Man
nng ardware Co.
FOR SALE-Pure Appler Seed Oats,
highly bred, and perfectly sound.
averaged more than fifty bushels per
acre. Price '75 cents per bushel
Sacked, f o b Summerton, S. C. R
C. Richardson. Jr.
5 or 6 doses 666 will broak any case1
of Fever or Chills. Price, 25 cents.
Be sure and attend the Rlange Ex
hbit-See advertisement. The Man
nin ard ware Co.
Special to The Times:
Mouzon, Nov. 12.-Miss Addie Louise
Mouzon, youngest daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. S. R. Mouzon, was married to
David Scot Burgess by the Rev. D. M.
Clark of Olanta on Wednesday, Octo
ber 28th-.: The bridal party entered
the tastefully decorated parlor to the
wedding ciarch, played by Mrs. B. F.
Doke of Mou.on, in the following or
der: Miss Clara Montgomery, cousin
of the bride, with Dick Burgess, uncle
of the groom; 'Miss Nettie Burgess,
aunt of the groom, with Edward Mon
zon, brother of the bride; then the
bride and groom. The bride was be
comingly dressed in cream messaline
and gold trimmings. The presents
were various and useful. The company
was dshered into the dinning room and
delightful refreshments were served
by Miss Lula Mouzon, Mrs. S. N. King,
Mrs. J. H. Mouzon, Miss Alice Mc
Connel, Miss Essie Epps, Robbie Bur
gess and David Epps. The young
couple will live for the present at the
home of the mother of the groom un
til he builds a home of his own which
will be in the near future.
Honor Roil-DavisStation SchooL
Requirements: Average of 90 or more
onnlessons; 95 at least on conduct; Per
eentages below give standing in schol
Tenth and Ninth grades unrepresent
Gertrude Blackwell 90
Pauline Childers 90
Mary Richbourg 90
Seventh grade unrepiesented.
Carrie Rawlinson 95
Goldie Brunson 93
Henry Horton 92
Bertha Richbourg 90
Clara Belle Ridgeway 90
Mageie Dennis 9-2
- Wallace Hilton 90
Clara-Belle Richbourg 95
Suella Horton 92
Edith Stukes 90
Luke Broadway 92
Albert Barrineau 22
Sadie Graham 90
Sadie Richbourg 92
Louis Graham 91 -
Helen E. Malone,
lice Connor, 1st Asdsitant.
lelen C. Chewning, 2nd Assistant.
Honor Roll-Manning Graded ScbooL
First Grade-Whitaker Ansley, Ed
vard Brown, L.uiza Brown, -01i Bur
ess, Warren Clark, Milburn Creecy,
Eugh Davis, Floree Driggers. Ross
Miger, Billie Grooms, Sam Hodge,
)livia Horton, Chiarlton Lowder, Win
ie Plowden, W P Maye, Kate.Odiorne.
solee Smith, Mary Olivia Till, Elise:
obias,.Jack Thames,Margreutt Wells,
Secoid Grade--Pearl Bullard, Ruby
ullard, Mlary Lou Bradley, Margie
reecy, Virginia Coffey, May Flowers,
gattie .Horton, Rnby Mathis, Myry
Aetrbpol, Emma Patrick,. Leona Rig;
>y Erma Walker, Olifver Allsbrooks,
pencer Breedin, Therley Galloway,
rohn.S Nimmer, Ethiran Ridgeway.
Third Grade-Lillie Emma Sprott,
Hildred Smith,. Frances Dickson, Daisy
McIntoshr, Pauline Jones, Pammie
owder, Hattie tBreedin, Virginia
Bradham, Edna Thames, Isabelle
ioung, Mamie Phelps, Frances Brown,
orine. McKelvey, John D Gerald,
Fourth Grade-Isabel Plowden 97,
sarah Lesesne 96, Charles Wilson 96,
harles Davis 95, Cecil Clark 94, ALi
on Davis 93, Julia Haley 92. William
REchardson 92, Lula Rigby 91, Rosie
Cee Richbourg 91, Willie Bradley 90,
Ltobert Haley 90.
Fifth Grade-Bernice Allsbrook 92,
essle May Creecy 95, Lynn Durant 93,
essie Mahoney 93, Mary' Rigby 95,
ara Till 97, Mary Sue Wilson 96.
Earold Bell 90, Craven Bradham 97,
aeland Smith 94, Bungess Sprott 95,
Gouis Williams 92.
-Sixth Grade-Mary Ansley-99, Rosa
ee Fladger 98,. Lida Sprott 98, Joe
Broedon 98, Peter Bradham 94, Louisa
Wefclveen 94, Virginia Geiger 93,
Bro;ale Bagnal 93, Glenn Harvin 93.
irginia Ridge-way 93, May Lowder 92
forne Dickson 91, Martha Burgess 91,
Edna Boger 91, Jack Timmona 91,
3harlie White 91.
Seventh Grade--Benj. Hudnal 99,
Moses Levi 95, Allen Harvin 93, Pearl1
awlinson 92, Ruby McElveen 91, Hel
m Plowden 91, Maud Sprott 90.
Eighth Grade-Brainard Gibson 95,
Archie Barron 93, Willie ~Geiger 92,
Bassie Plowden 91., Esterlena Reardon
Ninth Grade--Julia Wilson 99, Car
lyn Plowden 98, Isabella Thomas 97,
:rma McKelvey 95, Beulah Johnson 94,
Rounetta Hirschmann 93, Mildred Er
rin t3, Beulah Williams 92, Alien
Tenth Grade-Sue M Sprott, James
3arron,, Netta Levi, Jannette Plowden,
innie 'Dickson, Elizabeth Coskery,
addie Weinberg, Sara Synder, Rose
Educational progress iraeans religious
food-lt inculcates a love of truth that
s not to be limited.
Our school is progressing under the
fflient management of our most capa
>e and accomplished teachers-Miss
Rogers principal, Miss Pickett primar;
work, Miss Rush, music.
The young people of our little town
Lad surrounding community will have
n "Auction Party" at the home of
Mrs. T. M. McCutchem, Thursday ev
Sardinia School Improvement Asso
:iation has been re-organized, the fol
owing have been chosen for the en
President, Mvrs J. E. Conser; Vice
President, Mrs. J. D. McFaddin; Secre
ary and Treasury, Mrs. Hugh McFad
in. We had a meeting Nov. 10th. a;
the school building. The afternoo~n
was quite cold so only a few were pres
ent. much interest and enthusiasm was
shown by all who did come. After the
roll call and reading of minutes the
house was open for business. Miss
Rogers next suggested that some plan
of work be decided upon for the year.
the Association approved her idea and
entered a discussion as to what was
most needed in the way of equipment.
Single desks, and a large clock were
Misses Pickett and Rush, the enter
tainment committee, will have a
"Hardtime Social" in the auditorium
on Friday evening Nov. 27th, the hours
the writer doesn't know at-present,
however, the ir .ations will appear
later with full iniormation. The pro
ceeds to be expended as the Associa
tion thinks best.
Mrs. D. R. DuBose and Mrs. Walter
McFaddo spent Saturday in Sumter.
Mrs H. J. Wheeler-, who has been
sick for the past ten days, is now con
We are sorry to learn that Mrs.
D. McFaddin who has gone on a vis
. to her mother in Sumter, is quite
sick we hope for her a speedy recovery.
Miss Alien Ridgill, who has been
visiting relatives at Paxville has re
Mrs. H. A. Hodge, accompanied by
Miss Mary Ridgill, spent the week-end
with their mother near Manning.
Our school grounds are being greatly
improved now and much interest is
There will be an oyster supper at the
Oak Grove Schoe1I building Thursday
'night, Nov. 24th, 1914. The public is
cordially invited to attend.
For Infants and ChiWrea
In Use For Over 3OYears
On Friday evening the Epworth
League gave a Thanksgiving social at
the residenee of Dr. and Mrs.- C. E.
Gamble. The literary program con
sisted of readings and music. Couples
were then matched Ad given cards
containing questions to be answered
with tue names of things which the
Pilgrims did not have for their Thanks
giving dinner. Rev. P. K. Rhoad and
Mrs. D. E. Turbeville, Aurelia May
and Mike Turbeville, and Miss Vera
Gamble and George Green tied for first
prize, a lovely box of oandy. Delicious
refreshments were served.
Prof. Chas. LAne, the Lycum aitrac
tion last Wednesday evening, proved a
popular number. His lecture on
"Things Not Found in -Books," while
very humorous, contained good
thoughts. As a humorist, Prof. Lane
ranks among the best.
Mips Alleyne Richbourg of Clinton
spent last week with her friend, Miss
Mr. Oscar Smith, who has been at
Wofford. College, is at home for a
- Messrs. C. W. Dennis and Walton
Smith leaves Wednesday for Florida
where they go to spend the winter.
Sunday School 10:30 a m. E. L.
Class in-Christian Doctrine taught
by the past6r.
Morning service at 11:30 a. m. Ev
ening service 7:30 p. m. Dr. W. T.
Derieux will preach in the. morning,
the pastor in the evening.
* The public -is cordially invited to at
tend all our services. -
J. A. ANSLEY,
The qualified voters residing in New
Zion School. District, Consolidated and
consisting of the old New Zion. -School
District, No. 15, Salem District, No. 25,
and the North Western Part of Dis
trict, No. 29, later attached'to the New
Zion District, will hereby take notice
that an election will be held at New
Zion, Doggett's Cross Roads, on the
27th day of INovember, 1914, for the
purpose of voting upon the question of
whether the said New Zion School Dis
trict, No. 15, shall issue bonds for the
purpose of erecting' and equipping .a
school building, or school buildings in
Polls-open from 8 a.: m. to 4 p. m.
By -order of Trustees, this -10th day
of November, 1914.
J. H. 'Hardy,
J. H. Duiose,
J . P. Buddin.
Njotice to Creditors.
All persons having claims against the
estate of James P. Langston, deceased,
will present them duly attested -ands
those owing said estate will r ake pay
ment to the undersigned qualified exe
cutor of said estate. E.MTH
Lake City, S..C., Rt. F. D., October
.An Active ILiver Means Health.
If you want good health, a clear com
plexion and freedom -from Dlizziness,
Constipation, -Biliousness, Headaches
and Indigestion, take Dr. King's New
Life Pills. They drive out fermenting.
and undigested foods, clear the Blood
and cure Constipation. Only 25c at
y our druggist.-Adv.
Notice to Creditors.
All persons havine claims against
the estate of Alex A. Tindal, deceased,
will present them duly attest~ed, and
those owing said estate will make pay
ment to the undersigned qualified Exce
cntors of said estate.
CHARLTON DURA NT,
Manning, S. C., October 12, 1914.
'We concentrate in
our buyin on this
specia suit and
overcoat. You get
a great selection
Falways one price
and always guar
Clt1 a rthes "w
No matter bow
much or how
little you intend to
pay for your new
clothes you owe it
to yourself to see
STY LE P LUS
before you buy.
One look usually
convinces. Suits and
Dr. King's New Life P1Ils
The best in the world.
a at N& Nfference
Saturday morning 14Lh inst, about 1 -
o'clock, fire destroyed~ the two-story
frame -building on - -Main street . owned -
by the Woodmen of the World'and oc- The Proof Is Here the Same as Everywhere.
cupied by them as a- "camp" on the For tose who seek relif from kid.
second floor, and as a merchantile es- ney backacbe, weak kidu eys, bladder
tablishment by Mrs. -Lou- D. Ham on ills, Doan's Kidney Pills offer hope of
the first floor. . The loss is partly cov- -elief and the proof is here in Manning
ered by insurance, but the Woodmen th e as everywhere, Mauning peo
are heavy losers. No cause for the fire phe have used Doan's and Manning peo
can be assigned. as when discovered ple recotimnd Doan's thekidney rem
the building was too far gone to. save, edy used in America for fifty years.
and it took haid work to save the ad- Why suffer? Why run the risk of
jacent property. This is the first fire dangerous kid'neys ills-fatal Brighlvs
the town has had for some time, but it disease. Here's Manning proof. In
goes hard for the osers in these string- vestigate ip. n
ent times. George June, Carpenter,. Manning,
- S. C., says: "My kidneys troubled me
Notice to Creditors. and the kidney secretions. were unna
-s tural and filled with sediment. My back
Al personshaving claims against the was lame and-Ididn't get much rest at
estate of E. . Thames. decetsed, will night. Doan's Kidney Pills, which I
present them duly attested, and those got at Dr. W. E. Brown -& Co's Drug
owing said estate will make payment to Store, (now the Dickson Drug Co.,) re
the undersigned qualified administrator
of said gdstate. moved the lameness and soreness and 1
P. B. THAMES. soon felt much better in every way."
Davis Station- S. C. Price 50c,'at all dealers. Don't sim
Nov. 16th, 1914. ply - sk for a kidney remedy-get
Doan's. Kidney Pills-the same that
fMr. June had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
for c-Udreti cow. sur. vo .1 Props., Buffalo, N. Y.-Adr.
After the fifth day of December, 1914, 1
will discontinue giving S. & 1, Green Trad
ing Stamps; No Stamps will be given unless
account iSpaid in full by -abov metioned
date. Don't forget the date.
"Everything Good to Eat."
It was imposible to get our program outMonday
Warrier's Feature--3 Reels.
SA MOTIIER OF MEN
Mss Valentine Girant, Leading Lady.
Produced n Dixie Land by the Noted
- TID OLCOTT.
~-Aiso- . -
The Master Hand.
He Loves the Girls.
6 Reels---5 and 10c.
Watch Monday's Program for Bargains!I
_' ONE WEEK
For one week, beginning Monday. 23rd, instant, there
will be an exhibit of the Famous
South Bend Mallzable Steel Range
at The Manning Hardware Company's Store. This exhi
bit will be coniducted by an experienced man from the
foundry. A demnonstration in cooking will be given each
day. All a.re invited to call and see this magnificelent
Range. The ladies are especially invited and requested
to come and have the points of the SOUTH BEND pointed
out to them, and get some dots on the centinary art and
receive a valuable Cook Book as a Suvenir. If you buy
a Range during this Sale we will make you a present of a
Complete Set high-grade Pure Aluminum cookmng Ware.
Remember the- date.
Week Commencing Monday, Nov. 23.
The uuii Harware Co.
WAGONS. BUGGIES. SfUiRIES,
callito see us. We expect to get ii, a 16W hre Z
but they are hard to get now and the factory has sold all
they can make by October 1st. Also a fuli riK6f tires and
Sumter, St, Do SHAW S
10-2-1 . C. COAV2 .,j
No more Trading Stamnps wi v
us after December 10th, 1914 -
Gold Bond Trading Stanmps will not berTe. -
deemed by.us after December 15th 1914
To Our Customers!
In giving up Trading Stamps we wis d ury with
those of you who may not have your books full de
ber 15thi therefore, we shae, redeem any and., all Goldr:Bnd >
Trading Stamps y'ou'my haveless than a full bktW r
December 10th and 15th, 1914.!-'
The 5,IG0 25c.S
-r ea --gan , g -r
reat l 5Mzi
$30 Suits... ..at .....----.- - $2
$27 Suits at --.--------$219 0
$27 Suits at2--------------$
$2 -utst. .?0
$18 Suits at---------------- $3 48
$15 Suits at..----------------- $11 48
$10 Suits at.-. --------$--S800
One Lot Coat Suits!
$20 and $25 values at---- ----$998
$12 50 and $15 values at-..-.----$6 98
$10 values at---.--------------$4 98
13 c. Main St-,. - Sumter, S. C.