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I dance Fal Syles,
Now On Display at Our Store.
* As a fitting introduction to the new season, we offer for your inspection the N
* most comprehensive display of Coats, S uits, and - Dresses, together with the *
smaller accessories of dress, that it has ever been our privilege to assemble.
, New shipments bring for your viewing, modes that are truly representa- N
U tive of the.Garments best dressed women everywhere will wear. And you *
* must .see the prices at which they have been marked to fully appreciate the N
Wi values we are offering this Fall. N
The latest in weaves and styles, from _--.815.00 to $49.50
Coats, the new Coats offer a wide range in choosing.
From --.. _ ____ _ __.__ __.--------$9.95 to $49.50
Dresses, a most complete stock of the newest creations in
fabrics of assured popularity. .
* Jumper Dresses, from ---------------_. _._$5.98 to $18.50
* Skirts, materials of Pruncllo in Stripes, Pleated, are most N
* popular for Fall wear. A good assortment at from U
$5.00 to $15.00.
The demand for those comfortable and stylish Tuxedo N
Sport and Vestee Sweaters has caused us to re-order sev- N
N eral times. Exceptional values at -----$1.75, $2.50, $2.75 N
College Sweaters _------- --------from $5.00 to $10.00 U
Staple Sweaters.-_ --- ----- .------from $3.00 to $6.00
Shaw & McCollum Mercantile Co.
SUMTER, S. C.
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OELPS MANY COUNTIES
Over Half Million Gose Back to Aid
Roads -Greenville in Lead-Moun
tain County Takes First Place in
Amount and Also in Number of
Counties in the state have so far
received a little over a half million
dollars from the 80 per cent& motor
Ivehicle license fund, this sum. being
returned to the various county treas
uries as providAl by law, according
to figures compiled through August
by L. II. Thomas, secretary of the
I state htigh way commission. Mr.
Thomas announced yesterday th-.t
the total collec'ions to date for 1921
had reached $727,507.00 and of the
amount $576,631.29 was accruabie to
Greenville couity leads the entire
state with $48,683.91 returned from
the sale of licenses, while Richlantd
is second with $45,231.06 and Spar
tanburg is third with $38,312.11.
Charleston comes fourth with $37,
437.99 and Anderson is fLh with
In the total registration of motor
vehicles over '.he state Mr. Thomas
finds th tathe couities where the
registration has fallen off this year
as conpared with 1920 are where
"king cotton" is grown more than
any other crop. The price of cotton
all year has kept man macliines
under the shelter and the figures on
the sales of licenses show that the
cotton and agricultural counties have
fallen behind all year.
Greenville again is in the lead with
the tot'0 mimber of imachiles regis
tered with (,3.1 autmobiles and 662
rucks as compared with a registra
tion of 6,726 automobiles and trucks
fcr 1920. Richland also has gone
above last year's figures with 5,558
autos and 798 trucks. Spartanburg
with 5,316 autos and 524 trucks is
slightly ahead of the 1920 registra
tion when the total was 5,(16. An
derson with 5,278 automobiles and
411 trucks is slightly below the 1920
registrat.son when the total was
6,086. The large-t. relative 'gain this
year over the 1920 registration has
been in. Spartanbu rg county.
The total number of aut omobiles
registeretd so far is 81 ,463 and 6,903
trucks have been licensed. Last year
93,843 automobiles and trucks were
registered, leaving approximately
5,000 machines still short this.year.
In Orangeburg county, Sumter,
Edgefield and a number of other
counties the 1921 regitraitition is fa
below tiat of 1920. The smallest
number of motor vel ides is in Jas
per with 192 automobiles and 10
trucks. Last year the number of
Itrucks and autos was 228.
FITTIN G"'ll lAItY
ANIMALS FOlt SHOW
Clemson College, Sept. 13.-One of
the most effective mehllods of bring
iie:- ilairy anim"s before the eyes
of the public is by exhibiting them' at
fairs. The mI:)!, wlo proper'l1y shows
his stock is accomplishing: two things
at (nce---hc is ldvertisintt- his ani
mals and is helpii-t to educate the
u~blic 1s to wlat is goo il dairy
typo. Fur:ltherimoore, Iien is ni, bet.
ter phice f'):- . breeder.1 to timld out
h.w his - -:'malIs comp e with thtos(
ef his co-breeders thli::n at fairs and
But no b:-e .dI. can hope to win
itday, ever. with eattle- tha t have
the .r e breed ci:raeteristics, unless
they imve been fitted.
In fitting for the show sig:, says
I. ?. Jone, assitm it in dtiiryin-,
early preparation is nlecessary. The
liwaspect ive- wVimwirts shionhll le se.
atiur' t'owis 'shoujld b(' bred so as
tio enilve .tfl peious 10 toi shtowinit',
litwe at tha l tf.ime theirt sm-rfaiw fai
wil not. hav~e bein milked off'. W\ithI
yount :ti.iim'ls, it 'is dillicult to iih'
ter'imitw wha't will In the shape of'
l'Te lee, ia-. of shiow : nimals is ani
ft ids 51uch as wiwnat bran, citriom,
<mt s, coin ta-al wh~eat i tbliligs, Ilin..
livt 1: t't! ' 111y o i e 'eran 'i tilha
i'nd: ui ty I iii to thee in Iire ite,
imig ui i s it itt bes to reducet'' the
sn ~ euh-ttf e s uch as bran, let
ti' ti n ut , mo Is s t., . u in'de
to pre vei s ilist of p l it I'order
water t ome tiil'ot befor bhei -
the ar' er thi s tyI an -n bie~, qim,
illowp i i 'toa d In, Ito in t hep I im.io
I rol ci pi' D v ry i pe'
fore ti i aii ii :I bt show i ni~
''eas o i i ove lii:. : .~l fo
t if n ilt iii to ih-dI i 'Ir . io
to tilt a iy fii itn of( .n.
G.v miCh COOPERtt t,.s ,
ance Licne:im cd h .
h O pri todanmsaed byist o
Carefu plsh Examined
Wlashing Flsod ranen
SUMTER, S. C.
rinsing,, are some of the- things to
keep in mind. After washing, the
ammal should be blanketed.
Animals that are to be shown
should.be taught to lead and to
staid. In the shov ring, the at
tendant should at all times be in,
position to observe both the animal
and the judge in order to properly
pose the amnial.
PLANT FALL OATS EARLY
Clemson College, Sept. 13.-Best
results are secured with fall oats
when they are planlted early. Wh~enl
seeded reasonably early oats make a
better growth, giving more grazing
for licestock if desired for pasture,
more protection to the soil as a cover
crop, and make a better yield in the
spring. For the Piedmont section
of South Carolina, the latter part of
September of first. of October 's the
best time; for the coastal plains seC
tions Octcber is the best time ac
cording to Prof. C. P. Blackwell, ag
If oats are plantel for sce(l pr'o
duction they should be seeded alone,
but if for cover Cro) or for hay,
hairy vetch should be seeded with
them. The hairy v Atch not, only i m
proves the quality of the lay, b
also serves as a soil improving erop
because it takes nitrogen from th.
air and fixes it in the soil in a usabl(.
Methods of Seeding
T'he most common practice is to
seed o(ats il con11 and cotton mid(les
with a three-tube drill, or to sow
broadcast and plow in with a cif i
vp.tor or sweep.
In seti ns whor., cotton does not
mak. a rank growth anl Where it
matures early, it is a good practice
to plow u'ider the cotton stalks as
JNO. G. DINKINS
MANNING, S. C.
DnRANT & ELLERIBE
Attorneys at Law
MANNING. S. C.
R. 0. Purdy. S. Oliver O'Bryan
PURDY & O'BRYAN
Attorneys and Counselors at Law.
MANNING, S. C.
Attorney at Law
MANNING. S. C.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Real Estate-Small and Large
Loans. Long Terms.
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MANNING. S. C.
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MANNING, S. C.
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J. A. Weinberg Taylor II. Stukes
MA NNING, S. C.
Shave to sh~
Sour line nie:
come to tor,
Sbe you are
I privilege ai
a of showing
,a you only s
a will give *y
aways in line(
a us when in.
j B ri
:ooil a;s th' ottoli ali out. This
siould he d1onc witli a largei, plow
am1 with a weeI hook oir wood chaint
t" ilf cover the p its comll' .
T'lhis viii hell) l iterially also in 111"
(f tll rol of the boll wtoevil. . Ifte-r the
lani has been plowed, the oats may
lkIi it -;I (b1od harrowed
ini. ir t1h m i' slled with a
: I are ;lso le l after corl
Em iu s t ! ' *. .-. m prae
t ice an mIlay he done successfum illy if
velvet, ba's :m n1ot rj.m:wn in the
COrn1. If velv beans1 are .rrown ill
tihe corn, it v-i1 he necessa'y eitlier
to graze If before plarnting
oats 'r to (lop C ei llp with a heavy
ise and pl w them onler. This
will of necessfit iake the oat seed
The best var uof eats to plant
are the Fulghnm ami tI A ppler,
an(i the hest at of s(in is
aboult two buishels per aere.
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You should regard these out
breaks as danger signals. They are
a, sure sign something is wrong
within. Look to your blood at
once. The poisonous impuirities
have collected in your circulation
until the danger point has been
reached. Start right now, today,
to purify your blood with S. S. S.
For Special Booklet or for indi.
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writo Chiof Medical Advisor,
S.S.S. Co., Dop't 432, Atlanta. Ga.
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