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TO 24 INCLUSIVE
and See the Sights
J. F. MURPHY'S
will furnish all amuse
ments and will be locat
The Ball Park
Under the Auspices of
CHAMBER Of COMMERCE
Shows have had their win
terquarters in Sumter,
and are assIsting in this
grand festival before
Every attraction new, up
to-date, novel, entertain
ing and absolutely
"Cleanliness" is our Motto
Will give FREE concerts
daily and take part in all
Champion lady swimmer
and high diver will give
exhibitions at The Ball
Come to Sumter, March
17 to 24.
7 BIG DA YS 7
Ok lanring OItee.
Publish Every Wednesday
I. I. APPELT-------------Editor
F. M. SHOPE-.- -_Business Manager
SOMETHING NEW IN MANNING;
NO EL MILLINERY OPENING
One of the Most " Novel Millinery
Openings Took Place at D. Hir
schmann's Store Last Nigh.
Rumor was current around town
that Harry Rose, the "Bargain King
of Georgia" and Miss Taylor, of Bal
timore, Hirschmann's new milliner,
had something up their sleeve and
were going to treat the people of
Who Is Conducting the Big Bargain
Sale at Hirschmann's.
this section to some surprise; to be
honest with you we did not know t
how to take Harry Rose-he springs f
so many surprises and we have seen f
so many openings we did not pay i
much attention until he came here
and tried to buy all the newspaper t
space we had to offer. After using
two and a-half pages in last week's ]
issue and ordering 1500 invitations i
in the Manning Colored
1. Rise and Shine---------_
2. Nobody Knows the Trouble I See_.
Jas. A. 1
4. Deep River.
5. Golden Slippers
6. Steal Away.... .
7. Feasting on Milk, Honey and W
0. Shout All Over Gods Heaven
10. Wade in the Water_
12. Swving Low, Sweet Chariot..
Arrangement for white Ladies and
Entertainment begins at 8:45 P. M~
DR. I. W. ISRAELSON,
of Sumter, will be in Manning
at Dr. Huggin's Pharmacy, in
thc near future.
Half the ills that women is heir to
arc causedl by eyestrain; and the
trouble is that they do not know it.
How often, after readiing or sew
ing do0 you say "my eyes are so
tired ?" This would never happen if
you wore properly fittedl glasses.
I have the ability, experience and
equipment to examine eyes and make
glasses that will give you the maxi
mum of comfort.
Let me Mll you whether glass
will help your sight.
Ask to see the famous KRYPTOK
GLASSES. Invisible bifocals.
IF YOU NEED GLASSES, YOU
Office in Sumter . National Bank of
is the best all-round medicine
leve; used," writes J. A.
Steelman, of Pattonville, Texas.
"I suffered terribly with liver
troubles, and could get no relief.
The doctors said I had: ,con
sumption. I could not work at
all. Finally I tried
and to my surprise, I got better,
and am to-day as well as any
man." Thedford's Black
Draught is a general, cathartic,
vegetable liver 'medicine, that
has been regulating irregulari
ties of the liver, stomach and
bowels, for over 70 years. Get
. package today. Insist on the
ve decided we would see what tha
ombination on the corner were ui
o, so the writer decided he would
ake. a night off and see what wa
oing. There is an old saying tha
talk is cheap, but it takes mone:
o buy"-but here was printers in]
nd by the way it costs something
mnd the way "Uncle D" was loosen
ng up was a mystery to the writer
o about 7 o'clock I sauntered ove:
o the corner where the big openinj
vas to take place. The first thins
heard was a band of music-(jus
s advertised,) walked into the stor
Graded School Building
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I desire to anun
just returned from t
I will apprecia
We are better pre
every depatnment is
chandise, and we feel
profitable to you.
In Our Ladie
on the second floor, w<
Dresses and Skirts, Sh
.In Our I
we are showing all the
of tub materials, skirti
is filled with staple an(
pumps, straps and Ox
This where we tal
now ready with all no
thing that goes in as
We are always gla
and met "Uncle D" just at the door
with a big smile on his face. "What's
the fuss, D?" I said. He answered
"I always told you I w.4s a merchant,
,didn't I ?-The only trouble was I
didn't advertise the fact I put on
openings, but kept it to myself."
r But to return' to the description:
After forcing ourself through a 1
crowd of onlookers we entered a verit
able Persian garden of varigated
flowers, blended silks of myriad hues,
hats which fashion dictates to be of
the most pleasing shades-gold, rose,
citron, valley green, mustard, blues,
etc. Judging from the attractive
Soverhead display of silks, Georgette
Crepe, Crepe de Chines, wvhich at
tractedl our attention, flowered pars
ley and striped paterns of every
Sbright and pleasing shade will be in
vogue. The hats, so much admired
were displayed in flowver-bedecked
r cases anid arches. The whole, most
artistically arranged and decorated
Swas such a novelty that our curiosity
was aroused, and we looked for some
strange faces that did this work. Not
finding any, the writer went to Harry
Rose, the manager of the sale, and
ounlce to my many Friends
he Northern Markets, and i
IN MY PAl
SLOOR OF McCOLLI
to an inspection of this bea
pared than ever before to se
lied with an entiely ew.
pure that a call at ou' store'
a have Spring Suits, Spring
irt Waists in white, gold, gr<
)ress Goods Der
novelties both in fabrics an
ngs and waistings.
r Shoe Departmi
I fancy Shoes, our line of 8 :
Fords are all of correct stylE
:e care of the boys and men
1w Spring goods, Suits and
a up-to-date Gents' furnishi
d to have you call and assui
ELL DRY GI
Sumter, S. C.
asked him who did all this decorating.
"Why" he said.
"This was all done by your own
tome girls. You see this arch point
ng to the middle of the store was
lecorated by Violet Andrews and
Daisy Flowers, two young ladies who
just had taste you see; these waists,
;aking us in the back of the store,
showing the most wonderful waist
lisplay, all artistically shown, the
writer has ever seen in a town ten
imes the size of Manning, was ar
~anged by Miss Mattie Venning and
M4iss Gardner; going into the mil
inery room the display was most
gorgeously arranged by Hiss A.
raylor, the ,milliner, and here
surely taste 'was displayed. Coin
ng back we looked at the counters
wvhere the silks and Georgettes were
lisplayed and it was an honor to any
store. Mr. Rose explainedl that it
wvas the work of Mrs. McGrady. The
inside decoration and signs was done
by Mr. B. F. Louder and Harry Riff,
raking in all it just shows what we
nave at home and what can be done
if triedl and I think that "Uncle
Dave" has started in the right direc
andl Patrons in Clarendc
iow have on display my e
I BROS. STORE, St
utiful line at all timos.
eve our Friends. ~ur
tock of Spxiug' Mer
vill' be interesting and
-Sport Coats, Spring
?en, pink and blue.
d shades. A long line
and 9 inch boots, also
and high-class work
of all ages. We are
Odd Pants, also every
'e you of prompt and
tion of beginning a campai
trade at home and using Printer
The entire stock of Spring Go
was selected by Mrs. Hirschmann
her trip to New York and Baltimore,
who has shown expert taste in her
selection of the Spring and Summer
Millinery and Ready-to-Wear. M.
SEE OR WRITE IS FORi
of anything in the line of Presents
for Wedgings, Personal Gifts or your
Single Diamonds or Fancy.
Diamond Jewelry, Watchles,
Clocks, Sterling Silver,
Cut Glass, Art Goods,
JEWELRY of the newvest patterns,
Only SLID and GENUINE GOOD
houses.on rd ers filld at oncal e.
Cor.Main& Hampton sts. Phone 1045
COLUMBIA, S. C.
n County. that I have
xclusive Iigie of
inter, S. ,
inter, s. C.