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SELL IN SUMTER-BUY IN SUMTER-5A
The Merchants and Business
counties to visit our City and see'
Because our markets and marketing fac
rW of the highest prices for your produce.
Sumter with its large and varied lumber ii
co-operative tobacco warehouse, is naturally
Sumter is at present receiving and sellin
their tobacco in Sumter are all SMILES-WI]
CENTRALLY LOCATED. COMPLETE ST
Sumter being a live progressive and up-1
parel, Household Utilities and Farm Implem
Our merchants being real live wires, keep
Newest and the Latest-Come to Sumter.
The business firms of Sumter operating <
at a saving worthy of your consideration-S
Our Banking facilities are second to non
any reasonable loans, small or large. The ban
may have to solve. Start a bank account nov
-Bank in Sumter.
Sell in Sumter.
When in SUMTER We Espec
BRYAN'S, Inc. D1
Men's and Boys' Clothing and Shoes.
THE BATTERY, DUI
Z Dry Goods, Shoes and Notions.
B. J. BARNETT,
Z General Merchandise
BOOTH & McLEOD, GE(
Lumber and Builders' Supplies.
W. B. BURNS & SONS, HE
BULTMAN SHOE CO. * THE 4
S THE D. J. CHANDLER CLOTH- THE F
- ~ING CO.
Men's and Boys' Clothing and Shos.
W. 0. COURTRIGHT, \ T'
I 5, 10 and 25 Cents Store.TH
G. C. COOPER,
.Jeweler and Optometrist,
CITY DRUG STORE,,
Drugs and Sodas, , THlE
Z CASH DRY GOODS CO. i
lDry Goods and Rteady-to-W$iear.
SELL IgT SUMTER-BUY IN SUMTER-I
y y a gtgtrilij df rates on theiir ow.n products
.Y LUiw Lt.IU are( equaduy ind~lelemt and shameless..
F ROllM G UAB O fin clerntJess an proei vsionwth
--- vaious contingenies4 which would
y Special Correspondent.) ar, stated the case~L ici his Manual
irtnI.C., .\ u. 8..--When of Parliamentary Procedure, which
SWadswVorth, reactionar'y, ob- has for more than a. eentury been ac
to the 'onlsideraIltion of the Iejpted as a guide for~ both House and
,';..i resohit ion providing for an Senat'a and in each Congress reprint
inqIuiry as to the personal pocket- ed for the use of the' miembers. Hi
book inlterest Ihich Seniators might said. "When the private interests o*
have in the pending tarilly Hill, he ac- a Member are concerned in a bill (n
complished niothing in the wvay of qIuestionl he is to withdraw. %.iw
check iny~ a movemnt dhich is des- where such an mnterest has appenlred,
Iined to go frnvardi until the people his vod' ice hs beent dIisallow~ed, ev~#
wipe out a disgracefu il condit ion wvhich after a division. In a case so conI
ex ists in hot h IIlouses aind Senate. lHe trary, not. only to the laws of de
did, however. more defini tely, if pos- cency, hut to the fundamental prirw
sible, align himself with the forces (1. ple of the seeial compact, which de
reactionl which helijeves that ''the nics to any man to be a judge ie hi
gooi d l ays"' of spoils are still here own~ cause, it is for the honor of~ th
and that a lobbhy can still exist among H ouse that this rule of immunwori
the mlembers of the Senate itself. observalne should he strictly adhei
A gain Senator Caraway hne rend- cd to.'
(red the people of the country a great When Senator Carawvay aroso
service b~y hringing out into the light, introduce his resolution providing fe
the fact that wealthy gentlemen sit an inquiry to (determine if Senatoi
in the Senate andl braxenly vote in had been voting in the interest
matters in wvhich they have a dir'ect their owvn business oiccupations, I
pecuniary interest. For a judge to sit read from an oditorial in the, Ne
on the bench to try his own case York Herald, a Republican newspa
would very properly bring swift im- er which ahd been shocked out of I
poechment andl Senators, in votin;.; partisanship by the attitude of t1
KNK IN SUMTER. SELL IN SUMTEI
Men of Sumter cordially invite the good pc
what a fine shopping and marketing center
SELL IN SUMTER--WHY ?
lities are as good as any town in Eastern Carolina and duo
idustries with its unexcelled railroad facilities for handling
by reason of these advantages in a better position to* offer
g tobacco from five counties and selling it to the entire sal
Y? Sell yours here and see. May we suggest--Sell in Sumi
BUY IN SUMTER---WHY ?.
)CKS OF DESIRABLE MERCHANDISE. Prices that invi
to-the-minute town you can buy practically everything you
nts at prices that will merit your patronaye.
right up with the styles, making frequent trips to the Ni
n assmall an overhead expense as is consistent with good si
D we repeat-Buy in Sumter.
BANK IN SUMTER---WHY?
e, the combined resources of our Banks run into millons, c
k officials will take pleasure in advising you with reference
r with one of 'these progressive institutions and see yourself
AKE OUR SLOGAN YOUR SLOGAN
-Buy in Surnter--B
ially Invite You to Do Business With 1
CKER & BULTMAN, THE SUMTER TRUST
Groceries. I. C. Strouss, President
LANT HARDWARE CO. KRYSTAL OPTICAL
Hardware. Eyes Examined and Glasses Fi
J. 1B. FOLSOM, KNIGHT BROS.
Jeweler and Optometrist. Book Store and Printing.
). H. HURST & SONS, THE LADIES SHOI
Furniture. Ready-to-wear and Milliner
ARON'S PHARMACY, LEVY & MOSES,
CITY NATIONAL BANK, McCOLLUM, BROS
- Dry Goods, Shbes and Ready-to
G. A. Lemmo., President.
IRST NATIONAL BANK, ,MIKELL-SNEEDEN-PH,
Noill O'D~onnell, President.,OPAY
IE PEOPLES BANK,BiylsadAtSupi
L. D. Jennings, President.,'ONLLDYGQ
NATIONAL BANK OF * ODNEL&C
LOUTH CAROLINA, GoeisadFriies
C. G. Rowland, President. OTE UIIHN
NATIONAL BANK OFPrtes
J. P.Boot, Preiden. Dr C.ds sh-ous, Presidet
LANK INSUMTERYSELL OPSTI
:Woo Seator, a the ~~ll b kmwn. Stte ooki'i Stoeand Printing.
voadthe amesof tc Snatos, Iut rnier. adtoWear mad woollinr
Oddi ofNevaa. nd. ver mot- hs hry Gods rshitestnd whoady- nt
burdn o w-ol txes wa fatene O~ A Bicvyes anduo Wasupplic
use a~icl~ nl~le f wo duing eatdy-toW Clo thing fand ts
(WallOto hegrae. adthe po- w~qa mnufcrere and Felvers,
in amattr ~v~rethe.intee.~t oftery he btaiedriterWs, n
thei P.~ oktboorside alDrytoMn Goodste shoaei Reay-to
Wool Senator, a theyg wol berkin up Stat colotalin oltemg:ilionspei
hrater.wul henao Carawa defitd nt legisleriv, mnfacues, obbers and
untad theinames oul the eens but PaetAlric arill, madpilee ooa
She Herath peferre in mo th thosent riwng h otaic ats sentode
warenpl flt minec taodng ofic Ida- Theva rem ratsetoinghat 8000 peh.
reptnieas ofOrdo, Busmling pblcanwith man rtaleiring
Ne exicof emeron oftl ion andlc wool Odh aisieynow she anwrt
Odier or iNevnaeAndt eneymter, hrouhl a everyiun, woma ailn
ers'hsoner them aril Rpisan aof chiluce finatnited isdataea o lea
Snde Chircped iTherr whevther cn- by mreason govteato of rot ando(I
stituted he rajnrithe pyrwichxe aet. iton uLltnrwa lft
wthe hunreti miion. teig n - is0o.s ad obe~it o
evePry dy. noftohwhr litvIsommonmalkhe
.s In amate conectio t intergeste hof i esnlyIteetdI h u
.c thir ownatpockadboorth areseioge hetnoet ua nutread
t-BUY IN SUMTER-BANK IN SUMTER.
ole of Clarendon and adjoining
t really is.
to keen competition you are always assured
cotton and with two inidependent and one
the most attractive prices.
isfaction of the producer. Farmers selling
te comparison. Service plus satisfaction.
need in the way of Provisions, Wearing Ap
rthern markets-hence when you want the
arvice, are in a position to supply your needs
onsequently they are in position to negotiate
to loans or any other business problems you
grow. Pardon us. for repetition-but-Oh!
nk in Sumter!
the Following Progressive Firms;
CO., PEOPLES MERCANTILE CO.,
Dry Goods, Shoes and Ready-to-Wear..
CO. REX THEATRE,
tted. Moving Pictures.
SHAW & McCOLLUM MERCAN
Dry Goods, Shoes an4 Ready-to-Wear.
-. SCHWARTZ BROS.,
Dry Goods, Shoes and Ready-to-Wear.
SIBERTS DRUG STORE,
Drugs and Sodas.
Wear. W. H. SHELLEY & SON,
ARES . urniture.
SUMTER CLOTHING CO.,
Clothing, Gents' Furnishings and Shoes.
)S CO. 'STUBBS BROS.,
hoes. Clothing, Gents' Furnishings and shoes.
., . SUMTER DRY GOODS CO.,
- Dry Goods, Shoes and Ready-to-Wear.
co. B. C. WALLACE,
SSeeds and Groceries.
STORE M. GOLDBERG,
fear. IClothing, Luggage, Jewelry.
f,-BUY IN SUMTER-BANK IN SUMTER.
he sit' at~ the head of the table in the tension agents by the United States
Wans; and Means Committee and dic--Dprmn fAriutridct
tates, himber and sugar schedules. tacut gnsadohretn
And Winlowv of Massachusetts, hoesinwke ngnraaekenyn
manufacturer, very 'kindly bring histrcelinduaoalfmsOf9
techatiaal knowledge to the aid oei the gnsrpti,81aeInfvro
Committee in fixing up) a schedule ofudgotmpcreinhiryo,
rats; on shoes that w'dl, in hisa opin- 1 poe oteadli ocm
sure.thatno pir ofshoe M heai Acouty aetsd other ete
Germny"ill ver eachthes sh restedrtin aeduationaylufimomi. Opi98
unl wor bya Geman igantguesntd apotne-h15aef ofao tof
An~ithee isLonwort itereted ing otip pictures in u theiewok
dye an chmicls;Coley inminng1it posedbto pcthem, and14 noncem
Grmany"s wll nuerou echtherenio res a f hs wouepral
bers with their special pet, interesta, poetr aefu~ hmusts
It is said that we can, og eultivat-Teristondmado oe
ing patience and schooXkog ourselvesflmoniv-ockujtsclbwr
in philosophy, get used~ to anytshing.silmpoentan oeriv
And so we, a child-loving~ people, have
graddally become used to a childlessg
White House. It may even he possible ~ ayaet s o mr u"o
that in timo we huight reconcile our- mr ua neet neuain
selves to a dog-less White House and a 1hr scnieal
a golf-less President. ls beto h lprmn oe
And Laddie Boay's portrait has been lsmn faemo3~edsrbt
Aboute.,n cenehrd fth.gnt e
ti port say t a dhyin use nmotion atc
Retusfomaquesionnireunrhs, home heout onalft aofther
t mtin pctres snt o ~n whOoX-atc ase. iht.hvadepre