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# Vol. XIII. jNSB&CKSSS' SBZSSBSt/S ^ The Last h TO OUR GRAND-FE j| Summer Bar ^ npHE people have enjoyed our special WM * goods till there is very little left of stock. Still thero are a few good thin * Jr. must he cleaned up before the arrival i 19 fall stock. We leave in a few days -1 r # u ? 1 I 1 # 1 t . ^ W and we promise our friends not to ret soeur^d for 'hem tlr*r*mtest value in g< jL 'hat has ever been brought to the cit Buying at the same time for our large st< w4 we can clean up big lots. Quantity is q price is the consideration. We can In bought right, as we have the outlet of i ^ towns in the state. 0 K V S3! U ?A During the next few weeks ami you will ^2 There are many odds and ends and rei ho disposed of at half their value and >< 4 1 Ns call special attention to ladies' and chi ^ Shoes and Slippers We offer a good i wM for ladies at 50c ; hotter grade at 75c, $ Try a pair of our men's genuine Vici lvi ?worth $2.50. For good wear use on Iv at hoc?boats the world ; try a pair. Big Clothing B il Just picked up 2(5 Suits of the very host H< flL finished cassimore 'I hey are easily woi f?4 price $7.00 suit. Every suit good for tl |j Yours very truly *1 & tr IT n n | /a = For = * $ 15 DA - ^ During the next 15 days | A m summer goods, including - I ? Drpqq Cr , t *j* IL OOO O1 V* 2 ^ | ^ Clothing, Shoes, Shirts, * \ Hosiery, J to go at prices that defy c ^ We haven't time nor spac nriPf*Q hnfr ronip tr\ con no o v j- - v^x/v^) vuv wiliv< V W wJV.V^ UO CI $ Save Your M S ?; T Yours for barg * | Funderburk STER EI LANCASTER, S. C , WEDNESDAY, H(>Vt 10 S0LVE THE KA ~ ^ PROBLEM. I II ^ Mr. Editor: A great deal Si being said and written in regi J to the "race problem." Will } . i be so good as to allow me to liffl Preefl my opinion on this vi iM^ vital subject? 1 believe it can be easily sol' l_ ? 1| bv instilling morality, politeu sales of summer A and inda8fcr7 into every ch our big s 11 rumor 4* both white and colored. I < igs on hand chat ? truthfully affirm that I In of our matchless N never met R white chi,d in L for the northern ^ caster county, of any age or p (?? ? ? } v . * sit.k 4VO, | ^ ^ v urn till we have pi but that it would always give x>d merchandise JgUorne sign of recognition ) of Lancaster. I politeness. On the other ha iroin Rock flill, ^ while traveling over my coun no o jject t i' ^ I have constantly met colo vndle the stull if K; c .. two ot the best S ch,ldr9n of ?H ?!">* and ft J who were perfectly able to sp< I r?r U..* I - - ? ? . ... uu?, uui ittcKea comn ?* / ^ politeness enough to do either ^ 0 these, I consider, import; \ tilings, for the observance of th I !>e well repaid. ^ wlll ever give us a kinder feel imants that will for eacjj other. , 1 , ' i ^ ^ ? JL impoliteness amongst t dron s Low Cut , . , , .olid Oxford Tie Y. 5",u,,Iger cla"s of colorei' ,pe0 1 00 and $1.30. If In Lancaster county today d Shoes at $1,05 A greater and more pronoun. ir $1 25 Kip Tie ^ than I have ever known it to Therefore, I feel convinced t WA ^ these three important ite & wer? thoroughly taught to If children, that the two ra grade of smooth con Id live together in this coui til $12.50. Om and elsewhere, as long as ti ugo years w oai. |^% l?sts; and also remain aloof fr ? AT each other, so far as social eqi T' ? i ity is concerned. Otherw | eg j pjjj should this matter of good ni A J ' ners continue to fall into negli Jjy' ^ear *or ^ie future prospei ^ of the two races in this count Politeness is as we all know . of the cheapest and greal A things on earth. And nothing ^ our lives is more pleasant i ^ refreshing than true politem njv ^ has been said of the Frei T. y & people that their politeness ^jf ^ merely meaningless habit ; f it was remarked that eyen poll ^ I neBB from habit, and not fr k ?& & the heart, was better than n< WBr Hr a"' ^or ?ffen smooths roi ^ edges, where perhaps there m? ^ otherwise be friction. I si ^ never forget the many inter* *r ing lectures, ami good adv; i\ -n to rne and mv schoolma everytilino * t;y my lamented frie.nl ami t.m ^ or, the late Hev. John 8. (Jroxt Among other tilings he used m ^ say before the school: "I vmsIi C* ^ | impress upon every one of y? 'O1 V^ii O j dp I nnmls the importance of obtn ^ ing an education. To do so 3 Underwear, mlUwnrk h',r'1 for " hv V gently studying your books 0) | home as well as at school ; do ?. 4 -J- loiter away your time coming ^ ^ %. ^ ^ ! or returning from school. If} ^ I should meet any one on the ro omnetition "ide ppeak politely and pass 0 * ' v Such advice is an index of 1 e to (JllOtC ^ I early training hv our parei ind ^ ! especially our devoted christ ^ ! mothers; ami udoii this nar m W I generally devolves the princi S ^ j home training of the childr IV*Iv V ^ My idea, then, is this: I'rop ^ the heart and mind first of all ? - - ^ sowing carefully seeds of ki rains ^ ness, of politeness, to all i $ every one, and morality, i -ever cease to watch and cu f ? vale; this is the solid foun ^ non for a literary educati ^ The foremosr t honght now a-d ' .11 schools and colleges, and ni ^TERP SEPTEMBER 9, 1903 f Baltim a Mr. M. 0. Billings, & Lancaster, S. C. 'e( M My Dear Sir?I araVnost lu uT tf have been very fortunate this 1 m entire lino of merchandise. I ian Cessful in getting the snappies *ve w season. More especially so an- ?f chase 1 cleaned up the cntir ize, ^ fine and highest clothing man * I V 1 T ~1i v; . * me struck that fellow. This pure 9 the grendecf ^'-?porf unity to tailor made clothing at prices tition. 1 can see ahead of us ' i % next season, as .just to show tl rtH 20 name the price will mean a S? ?ep, g[ have been doing nicely in my ,a^ ^ see you soon, meanwhile acce] ^ I remain Yoi ant B ITJ em 8L ing gp* h e . especially of the colored race, f< . seems to ho to cran; the young g ^ , mind with book learning, which c \ unattended by an equal moral a he. , . . . training, has a vitiating tenden c v. r The moral structure is too often S left to rear itself somehow, some- c time, if onlv incidentally. p J" We have in Lancaster county h some of the best colored people b om , . , . , -T i ? . to be found in the United Mates s ial- fl , _ , ?sitch men, for instance, as I Bishop I. C. Clinton, Frank 11. e , Massey, Robert Mt Foley, 1'rot t pot Lee, John Tyler Fraser and i ty George Cailock,and others whom rv. I could mention, who are polite, ^ mora' and industrious, and who L 0S ? have the respect of the white ? r IQ ^ O race, and are gocd, peaceable \ citizens. J 0RS 1 can venture the assertion that ach .... w four ot these men I nave men- i 18 JL ^ tinned never went to school u v . day in their byes. 1 ain also | aware of the fact that some of om . , .. our best white citizens in ban- . r>ne , . Ii . caster county, who are men ot igh a . . high moral standing, sound iude- , ght B . r . ,. i1 lj ment in matters of practicality, as rt lat^s to their own aifairsand >8t. i I io the welfare of the county, etc., ' ^'1 who are well to do. financially, bv j , reason of hard work, are at. the PHine time uneducated in a liter an' sense?'although their mothers ' t c? . ana fathers pave them a good 1 to ... . J* moral training in early lite, thus fitting them f< r book culture, but an- . , , , : . misfortune prevented them from h ?ou . . 1 . , . .j. receiving a literary education. .r . Iienco we perceive that their i ^ . uioiai training hud the great and " happy result of making them |1 'good and useful citizens be it| foil! said all the more to their credit ? because other advantages were C denied them. 1 cannot but feel J r)ur a deep conviction that education 1 nts, t ,Hn A Purqatlve Pleasure c on* If you ever took DeWitt's Little 1 pal Early Risers for biliousness or c en. constipation you know what a I are purgative pleasure is. These fa- f . mous little pills cleanse the liver ] and rid the system of all bile j 1 _ without producing unpleasant i *nd effects. They do not gripe,sicken j ind or weaken, but give tone and )ti- strength to the tissues and organs . involved W H.Howellof Houston, ( Tex.sa.vb "No better pill can he ' on* used than Little Early Risers for ?.vb rnnstipatiou.sick headache, etc." | lost Sold byC rawford liros. # V I s. < rise! c " No. 25 tf.Z* ''-ygv^-' *r:'y-r* 43?% 1 D Milr^ I 1 n. mlloa 1 ore, Md., Sept. 7. j9<>3. M U'l"'J lu lO yOll 1IUII 1 / K season in purchasing my W have been more than sue m 't stuff gotten up for this m , \ has been my clothi" pur \ e line of a small but very a \ ufacturer at my cwn j ' ice, m ihase will certainly give us v offer our trade the finest K that will stun all i uupc very easy sailing for otlr V io goods to customers and m ilo at. once. Hoping you M absence, and expecting to & pt my sincerest regards. m iirs very truly, W MILES. | ______ ^ au tided on anything else but ood wholesome moral character;?S an but prove of little benefit to ny concerned. 1 believe it. was 8am Jones who emarked that in qoiug through iug Sing penitentiary he disovered that it was largely peoled by college bred men. Kookuarning to them proved a curse, ecaupe founded on the shifting ands of loose morals ; and such believaia the usual tendency t?f ducation without morality, tolileiiess and industry. Respectfully, John P. Hunter. * Mrs. William Bighnm an 1 son t Rock llill were (lie ghests of lit' iormer s brother here, Mr. . J. Cherry, last week mr. Will Ferris and Miss EiIhiI , iincharger of Catawba .function isited the family of Mr. A J toddev here recent ly. Mrs. Nannie Lynn returns to er home in Columbia todr * alter visit to relatives here ; d in he country. Mr W J Evans returned liomo list week front Clarksville, Va., ithere In* lias been with Tho Snterprise of that city. Mrs. E. C. Carpenter returned onie fast Thuredav aftei mi ex ended visit to tier parents in north Carolina. Mr. aiul Mrs. Ii A. LVLson ave been spend inn some tune iere with the latter's parents, Ir. and Mrs I). A. Vu;,ian,>j. ?-v-_ lr. Dobson will n? f? K fdiaw u ...... i. i _ . > ' * iiin *> t-riv ill open I lie JVt l'MiaW. traded school Monday. Mioses Elizabeth and Carol /onnors, Miss Frances Leo,Miss lay mo Gregory and Miss Manclie Moore, some of Lancaser's charming 3'oung ladies, amo down to attend the dance ast week. They were the guests if the Misses Gladney Messrs Iasel Witherspoon, John Craw ord, Reese Williams, SteveWiliams,Chas Ca rter, FosterMooro, Lull Moore, Ralph Foster, Drs. larl and Cantzon Foster, Tren mini Hasseltine and Joe Contors, of Lancaster, attended the K . ? t_ 1 r 1 auto ncit- ?iversnaw Sra. lodol Dyspepsia Cure Digeati what you oat.