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Toys, Games, Booke
Only NINE More
Our long-time custom of carrying fancy in
season, since the allied blockade, cutting off thi
Many of the rare and beautiful things we offer c
and American China can be had in Sets, such as
and Saucers, etc , etc. Also a lovely array of o<
he Ideal Christmas Gift
Prices $1.00 to $10 00
The simplest, most perfect picture making machine is an
EASTMAN KODAK. A joy-maker for the home the year round.
In a few minutes any child can learn to operate one. We sell
the materials and can also have developing clone quickly and
at reasonable prices. For lasting pleasure be sure to give an
EASTMAN KODAK. While we only have Kodaks up to $10.00
in stock, we can obtain any kind of price machine needed, direct
from factory, in a week or ten clays from time of order.
Roller Skates. $2.25 Pair
The Ball-Bearing, Steel Bound Extension Kind will fit any
boy or girl and wvith reasonable care a pair wvill last for years.
Skattis are a positive investment in wholesome exercise and
pleasure for any normal child.
Is the Enviable Re
With our usual thoroughness ample provision has
as she may require to do credit to the festive board. I
very fancy in APPLES make advance orders, as real
ERY, and CRANBERRIES to insure quality. ..Other
MEN. M'LAI!IIIN ARIRANGING son htat the national banks were vai
F'OR iRURA L CRED)ITS given money at very low rates under co
Will Soon Succeed in Use of Cotton tefdrlrsresse.C
Warehouse Receipts for State On his last trip to New York the ra
Banks-The Paramount Necessity state 'warehouse commissioner again ,
for Farmers. took up the matter, and under ar- w
rangements which are no wheing per- th
Columbia, Dec. 10.-Senator .John fectedl a letter of credit is to be is- l
L. McLaurin, state warehouse com- sued to each bank, and on that letter cu
missioner, announced today that he of credit the hank can draw a draft,
confidently expects that arrange- and either deposit the receipts with mn
ments will soon be completed by him, thpomsine1rsn he ietg
under which the state banks will be to the Newv Pork bank, wvhich will ac- g
enabled to use cotton warehouse re- cept at one-fourth of 1 per cent. The ly
ceipts on terms equally as favorable rate of interest is 3 per cent, and this Ci
as are now enjoyed by the national woud iveth state bnsmoney atin
banks through the federal reserve 4per cent a year with the money p
system. It 'Will be recalled that Sea- raites as they now are, a
ator McLaurin and Senator J. Ar- In discussing this matter- this fre
thur Banks, on a trip to New York inmongSatrM auisidhtti
the winter oi 1915, macde arrange-soehnwancsartobdneg
meats in regard to acceptances, but I h neeto h tt aka
these arrangements had to do0 wIth tefdrlbnigsse a e
large amounts, and until within the vlpd rte ol ea ra
past few weeks na woy had been de- dsdatgadfrti esnh
vised by which the state banks, could15vrmuhgaiedwttepo-c
get the same advantage as the na-grswhcheasmdinpfctw
tional banks In dealing with cotton lgtearneet ne hc
loans n smal amonts, or th thritees-o the state bankswlntb atds e<
, Cut Glass, China, Br
ry, Perfumery, Toilet Ar
iported Gift Goods the year round, peculiarly f
s class of merchandise has not affected us mu(
annot be procured again until the war ends.
Sandwich Sets. Berry Sets, Bread and Butter;
Id things, no two pieces alike and such things a
Home-Made Fruit Cake
Prices 35c, 40c and 45c lb.
Different prices due to variety of material used. Every cake
privately mixed by an expert and baked slowly in a brick oven.
The finest fruit and painstaking care goes with every Cake.
Buy them at our risk. If not all you expegt, the Cakes are
ours, with no harm done.
Pure Pound Cake
These Cakes are the best value we've ever seen. Our reg
ular customers know them and the splendid sale we have for
them testifies to their excellence. Made of eggs and butter, beau
tifully baked and browned by steam. They figure a real saving
to the busy housekeeper, as such quality cannot be produced
at home for less than we ask.
Price in 1 pound loaves 25c, 2 1-2 pound loaves .60c.
We are the )oll People. Come to Us. Such Dolls as we
offer cannot be bought at wholesale in this country at any price.
The best Dolls have always come from Germany and none have
been imported since 1914, and those we offer are left from our
large importation of that year. We have only a limited supply
of these rare and much sought for Dolls in Enameled Metal
Heads, in both Kid and Cloth bodies at prices from 60c to $1.75.
These are the unbreakable kind and, whil a little higher in price
they really prove the cheapest in the end and th best Doll value
in the world. Lovely character Dolls, both imported and domes
tic, fron.1 35c to $1.60. American Dolls from 10c to 85c.
A BARGAIN OPPORTUNITY IN
A beautiful piece of hand decorated Japanese China, worth
regularly 65c can be had for 38c with every purchase of any
thing from us amounting to three uolars. This is not common
Jap China, out .n. best .Fental product on the . _arket. A
wvondlerful range of dlesigns and accorations, consisting of Bon
Bon andl Nut Bowls, Spoon Trays, Trmnaet Trrays and nmany
exquisite odd( pieces. Every piece a nifty Xmas gift.
Good to Eat and Hard t<
putation Our Grocery Dep
been made for the Yule-tide feasting. Here the carel
Ve expect to have the finest APPLES in this section,
fine APPLES are exceedingly scarce. We have ord
;easonable foods are in or moving. -.SEE US FOR
PURVEYORS TO PARTICULAR PEOPLE
ntage in handling small loans on SITRT DETC AN
it was wvith this idlea in mind thatGemn CotrcigTrdub
mmissioner McLaurin (drew the ru- Mrhnmn
I credits act, to be proposed to the VhitoDc1.- tirm
xt general assembly in connection
th his annual report, undler which catsbaiefrtetasta
3 state banks can handle long-time srien~ sudrcntuto
mns upon lands in the aid of agri-Gemn.Avcfrm eli
These economic questions are theshpdeindtrplc te
>st important now before the peo- Beehv o e enslc
3 of South Carolina. It is general-I ssiltemrhn lecm
conceded that the principal under-elo h w e ot n
ing cause of the unrest in SouthDetclnwilbrdyota
brolina at this time, political and o eua ceuebtenteU
:lustrial, is the fact it is almost im-elSae n emn aei
saible, under present conditions, for cnieellpoa~ htteD
man by his labor to buy and pay cadwilsrtohetidv
r his home or his farm. The ques-i onr ni h i
m of rural credits is one of the big-aetot
at before the people not only of wahro h tatcmdrt
uth Carolina, but of the nation.0
Nervous Women.UGSQIC WO
When the nervousness is caused by WsigoDe 1-~ei
ristipation, as Is often the case, you Wlo oa re uc okI
Il Iget quick relief by taking Cham- fdrlIvsiaino lee le
rnain's Tablets. These tablets also
prove the digestion,.- Obtainablecobntnsfrfcighepcs
service,-.dv.noodtuf s uner cnsrcto
Avoid the Rush-We'll
Store Your Purchases
its us for catering to Christmas shoppers this
h, due to our havinq a good stock on hand.
rench, Austrian; German. English. Japanese
;. Breakfast, Dinner and Supper Plates, Cups
s cannot be found elsewhere.
IN THE IREALM OF CANDY
Fine Chocolates and Confections
Who Gives Whitman's Gives the Best
This Matchless Candy has stood the test in Clarendon County
for more than nine years against all comers. Other brands have
flashed up and faded away. We have declined numerous offers
of agencies from other manufacturers, simply because we know
Whitman's to be the best line for us in America.
Go the Limit-Give Her Whitman's
Buy Candy where perfect service paramount. All of our
fine Candies are obtained direct by express from the makers.
Kept by us in a modern refrigerator and doubly guaranteed
to be absolutely perfect.
Due to Arrive This Week We Offer
Chocolates and Bon Bons, Assorted Chocolates, Chocolate
Cream Covered Brazil Nuts, Chocolate Covered Maraschino Cher
ries, Chocolate Covered Fruits and Nuts, Chocolate Covered Pine
apple. Prices 30c to $9.00 per package.
Don't forget the famous Pink of Perfection
and Sampler Boxes at $1.00 to $2.50
BUY AHEAD'AND WE'LL KEEP~ YOUR CANDY ON ICE FOR
YOU UNTIL WANTE
artment Sustains. /
ul housekeeper will find such foods, 6ual or unusual
tue to arrive in a few days. ...f you want something ,
ared direct shipments of FANCY ORANGES, CEL
Word was sent out to all food pricewilatcthmnyer
investigators of the departments of cngtt hn.M.Hr
ea justice, agriculture, commerce andknwtehreadcwe
other bodies through United States sm outlh on
District Attorney Anderson, of Bos-stnigoethcwv
ton, supervising the investigating, to nal ed i toc
tin furnish complete reports as soon asthtwbtiwatola 8
inpsil otepresidlent can go be- telf ftecw h
ay fore congress before Maten '4, and ask Jro n eie en
;er romediad legislation shouldl it be de- ewsapto h a y
as cided that new legislation Is neces- Hrthdol e aspe
>s- sary. rfsda fe fahnrdd
he Mr. Anderson was at the Whitefohewihswspriay
lHouse this afternoon for a brief con- h huh fhr-ut t
it- forence with the president.o
he 0SO hTCUI
HORSE PAWS COWV TO DEATH Ahcigcuhwaen
it- Big Black Horse of Geo. H. Hurstwhlsytmdanyorue
Kills Valuable Cow. st os ~ngetd ~or o
* Sunday Mr. Geo. HI. Hurst suffered ?c ihD.Kn' JwDsooy
the loss of a very valuable cow, whenirtaemn ansb.than
1K one of his big black horses and the spi n aaieqIte ~~ h~
cow got together in the same lot andgemadbrkup rco.on'
nt the horse pawed the cow to deathltScl ige, t r g'
he Mr. Hurst has always managed to OA.
ral keep this horse and .other animals
of separated heretofore, for the horse iA detuien ~ h i
vicios toardsothe anials now thbrset ad cowij weua,
nerl da. He jtoc