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PUBLISHES ALL CONTY ANDTO"N
MANNING, S. C.:
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 81. 1:;I.
We have now in stock the largest stock
of school books ever seen in this county,
and best of all we sell them at New York
cost. We sell you any kind of school book
at the exact price you would have to pay
for them in New York. Also a full line of
school supplies, such as slates, copy books,
pens and ink. Tabl'ets of every descrip
tion cheaper than they can be had else
A large lot of harness just received, at the
usual low prices, to be had at our store. A
nice set single harness at -G.
We give 40 pounds very good flour for
only $1. The best green coffee at lc per
pound, in 25 pound lots; 12 1-2c per pound
in snaller lots.
Just received 75 barrels flour fresh from
the mills at prices that wll astonish you.
Good rice at 10c per quart.
When you want a good pair of shoes,
come to our store, we can please you.
Remember we lead in dry goods, both in
quality and price.
W. E. JENKINSON.
Notice is hereby given
that no advertisements will
be hereafter changed in this
paper where the copy is
brought in later than Sat
Dr. W. E. Brown returned last week
from Glenn Springs.
Winter seed rye for stle by R. B. Loryea,
Miss Hattie Harvin ~returned last Fiday!
night from Glenn Springs.
A fresh supply of Tenney's peanut brit
tle. R. B. Loryea, the druggist.
Mr. P. B. Thames returned from Glenn
Springs last Wednesday night.
Stationery of all kinds and all prices at
Brockinton's drug store.
Our paper was delayed on account of the
election returns not coming in time.
New crop Turnip Seed, all varieties. R.
B. Loryea, the druggist.
Mr. W. S. Harvin, who has been spend
ing some time at Glenn Springs, returned
last Friday night.
Export cigars, the best 5c cigar in town.
I. B. Loryea, the druggist.
The grist mill belonging to Mr. C. 9.
Mason at Foreston was destroyed by fire
last Tuesday night.
A full line of shaving soaps and brushes
at Brockinton's drug store.
Died at his home near Pinewood last
Wednesday, Mr. J. J. Broughton, one of
Clarendon 's best citizens.
Base Balls and Bats, all prices. R. 13.
Loryea, the druggist.
Dr. J. F. Geiger has moved his dental
rooms into his new brick building next
to Mr. Rhame's law office.
Everybody likes good perfumery. Dr.
Brockinton has a full supply of all kinds
and can please you.
Mr. Lionel Stakes left last week for
Americus, Ga., where he has accepted a
position with a drug house.
Beautiful line of box paper and envel
opes, latest styles,, lowest prices, it. B.
L.oryea, the druggist.
One day last week Mr. J. W. Gibbon who
lives near New Zion, killed a huge rattle
wnake at-his door steps. The serpent meas
ured nearly six feet long.
Mrs. M. M. David's school will open
Sept. 5th. Terms, S1.00 per month. No
tuition charged during free term. 5-2t
Mr. C. W. Kendall, the racket man, has:
moved into the new stole with the yellow
Iront, and witth hi.. new store and new;
goods, his place is very attractive.
International Colic Cure. Try it and if
your horse dies we will retern your money.
H. ii. Loryea, the diruggist.
Died at Watertown, Fliorida, on the 22nd
instant, Mrs. Ida J. Logan, a daughter of:
Mr. Rt. L. Logan of the Fork. TIhe body
was brought to alanning for interment.
The Clerk an~d Treasurer of the town
council will have his oilice at Loryea's drug
store for the transaction of ail town busi
ness. [aug 2-I-tf
Rev. W. II. Hodges requests us to an
nounce that he expects to return to Man
ning Ihis week and preach in the Metho
dist church Sunday morning, Sept. 4. He
failed to get home last week on account of
To Rent-September 1st, brick store
fronting court house, now occupied by
Max Krasnoff. Apply to Manning Hard
.ware Company. (50-tf
Harvin and Barren are making extensive
preparations for a big fail trade; they are
putting into their store an elevator to con-.
duct their patrons up into the dress mak
ing department which will be under the
charge of a first class dress maker.
To Rent-One store, 22x32 feet, opposite
W. & S. IL R. station, St. Paul, S. C.; only
30 yards from depot; good stand. For
terms apply W. H. shiver, St. Paul, S. C. [3
Married at Foreston on Monday evening,
22d inst., by the Rev. Win. Carson, Mr.
Lifrage Clarkson of Williamsburg to Miss
Maggie Olderd, daughter of Mr. J. M. Mc
Roy. No cards.
Williamnsburg paper please copy.
The Manning Coiggiate Institute, a pre
paratory achool for our leading colleges,
will begin its fall session on September
5th. Every effort will be made to give
satisfaction. Your patronage is solicited.
There will be a festival on Friday night,
September 16th, on the grounds of the new
school house in the Davis Station section,;
near Bethlehem church. The people of the
community are going to (do all in their
power to make the occasion a success and
a pleasant one for the attendants. The
proceeds will be contributed toward paying
for the school house recently erected on the:
grpounds. A general andicordial invitation
is extended.- **
Card from Mr. Owens.
Editor Txz TIExS:
The impression has gone out that I am
following the chaingang around the county.
and making charges for my services outsidie
of my salary. The only time that I have,
made any extra charge was during the
month of October. when we were building
what is known as the swinging bridge, and
the facts in the case are simply these: We
offered the job to three carpenters, and only
one would accept, and he wanted M e
.dav, which was refused by the county
-board. The board then asked me to take
-the job, which I did at $2 pcr d:ty, juist one;
half the price that had been chatrged them.
Anyone can verify the above statement by
asking the members of the county board.
T. C. OwLNs,
Ma nagers of Election.
Oflcee De~nocrattic Ex Caive Coaimittee
r iannig. . S. C., .\.ai. 1 rl .
Uner; lar~ f:eConyDne
oit l IL .~a nt'z at man
1'r t'cdc t ii a u ar '4lection to' lo
: . 1:;:h. 1. at the respective
, lk ~ ~ C1*01,01 0 1 T (I ft V.
0 to beopen a! 1 oI 'eh( a. it. and clos
t 4 ,'e.iek p. %. EhI votcr wi.1 vote two
ball1ots it. vepar-att.es One tiet will
contiin the I iiine vf La ofilleers and the
otht r ticket wil cont.:n the nanes of coun
ty ofdeers. A copy of* the0 rules governing
tae primary vill Ue frnished the man
The following are the managers:
Alcolu--J J Nettles. J i' Hodge, J W
Clarendon-A S Briggs, S E Ingram, W
Cross Rloads- -J F Richbourg, G I Le
sesne, J J Gardner.
Doctor Swamp -I N Tobias, C J lHaley,
S F Parker.
Dor.glas-R R Tomiinson, F N Thomas.
A J Hicks.
M1anning F P--W T Touchberry, C A
Ridgill, W T Franci'.
Fork-Jake Hlarvin. J D Reese, R L Lc
Foreston Reform-C T Ridgeway, 3 0
Cantey, J C Johnson.
Foreston-C M Mason, T L Bagnal, J W
Fulton-H B Richardson, Jr, D F Lide.
H F Stack.
Harmouy-J D Daniels, J G Piowden, S
Jordan-R1 C Plowden, J W Clark, J J
MIanning-J H McKnight, F M Benbow,
Miidway-J M Player, S E McFaddin, G
New Town-T K McElveen, E L Lang
ston, J F McFaddin.
New Zion-W E Fleming, Pat Hardy, T
Packsville-. J Bradham,J F Richbourg,
J A Brown.
Panola-C W Brown, J 11 T Coulliette, S
Pinewood-A W Griffin, G F Broadway,
Rt S DeSehamps.
Silver-D J Mahoney, JT W Rhame, W
Sunmmerton-A P Burgess, J R Dingle,
H L Brunson.
Wbite-P E Ltidgeway, Sr, W C White,
V S Anderson.
J. EL.nEr.T Dtvr%
A Narrow Escape.
Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada E.
Hart, of Groton, S. ). "Was taken with a
bad cold which settled my lungs: coagh
set in and finally terminated in Consump
tion. Four Doctors gave me up, saying I
could live but a short time. I gave myself
up to my Savior, determined if I could not
stay with my friends on earth, I would
meet my absent ones above. My husband
was advised to get Dr, King's New Discov
ery for Consumption, coughs and Colds. I
gave it a trial, took in all eight bottles It
has cured me, and thank God I am saved
and now a well and healthy woman." Trial
bottles free at R. B. Loryea's drug store.
Regular size 50 cents and $1.00. Gnaran
teed or price refunded. 1
The man who is wedded to art
should have a model wife.
A stubborn cough or tickling in the
throat yields to One Minute Cough Cure.
Harmless in effect, touches thekright spot,
reliable and just what is wanted. It acts at
once. R. B. Loryea, Manning: L. W. Net
tles. Foreston; H. L. Wilson, Jordan.
Money often wins the first battle,
but seldom the second.
When yon call for DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve, the great pile care, don't accept any
thing else. Don't be talked into accepting
a substitute for piles, for sores, for burns.
R. B. Loryea, Mlanning; L. W. Nettles, For.
eston: HI. L. Wilson, Jordan.
Some girls change color because
the first box is unsatisfactory.
Truth wears well. People have learned
hat DeWitt's Little Early Risers are relia
ble little pills for regulating the bowels,
uring constipation and sich headache.
hey don't gripe. Rt. B. Loryea, Manning;
. W. Nettles, Foreston; H. L. Wilson, Jor
'Usually, the more a man is wrapped
up in himself the colder he is.
You invite disappointment when you ex
periment. DeWitt's Little Early Risers are
pleasant, easy, thorough little pills. They
ure constipation and sick headache just as
sure as you take them. IR. B. Loryea, Man
ing; L'. W. Nettles. Foreston: H. L. Wil
It's a wise philosopher that knows
when thers is a brick under the hat.
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve has the larg
est sale of any salve in the world. This
at and its merit has led dishonest people
to attemptt to counterfeit it. Look out for
the man who aittemp~lts to deceive you when~
cu cal for .DeW t'ts W~itea iazel Saive,the
rat pil cure. R. B. Loryca. Mauning:
. W. Nettles. Foreston; IL L. Wilson, Jor
Poor is the minister whose voice
fills the church and empties the pews.
MIore than twenty million free samples
f De~Vitt's Witch Hazel Salve have been
distributed by the manufacturers. What
better proof of their confidence in its mer
its do you want? It cures piles, burns,
scalds, sores in the shortest space of time.
. B. Loryea, Manning; L. W. Nettles,
oreston: H. .L. Wilson. Jordan.
A woman's idea of strategy is to
pend a dime in an effort to save a
An Ola Idea.
Every day strengthens the belief of emi
net physicians that impure blood is the
cause of the majority of our diseases.
T wenty-five years ago this theory was used
as a basis for the formula of Browns' Iron
Bitters. Trhe many remarkable cures effected
by this famous old household remedy are
sufficient to prove that the theory is correct.
Browns' Iron Bitters is sold by all dealers.
All geniuses are more or less eccen
tric. A few have even been known to
pay their debts.
ears ti The Kind You Have Always Buuht
Eve had her faults, but she never
went though Adam's pockets while
e was asleep.
About one month ago my child. which is
fifteen mtonths old, had an attack of diar
h-a accompanied by vomiitinig. I gave it
such remedies as are usually given in such
cases, but aLs nothing gave relief, we sent
for a physician and it was under his c'ire
for a week. At this time the chiud had
been sick for about ten day:s and was hav
ing about twenty--ilve operations of the
bowels every twelv-e hours, and we were
onvinced tihat unless it soon obtained re
ief it-would not live. Chamberlain's Colic,
ttholera and Diarri'.a iRemedy was recom
mended, and I deided to try it. I soon
noticed a ehange for the better: by its con
:inued us. a comp:lete cure was brought
bot and it is now perfetly healthy.--C.
. Baggs. Stunmptown, CGimer Co., W. A a.
r sae by Rt. U. Loryea, the druggist.
Love blinds some mien, and it makes
others too near-sighted for militaryI
Every land ' wmi ,.la . . p.lat of
his land. I will do surveyingi tor the pres
et on Saturdays. Call on 'r alidress
E. J. UnRowNIC,
.m1 tI UManning, . ('.
We now stand upon the eve of another busy season and we wish to extend our hearty thanks !Or the, very liberal pat
ronage our friends have always given us in the past, and beg a eontiIIuaince of the same. P- has over been onr purpose to
conduct a straightforward, legitimate business, charging a snell. liviing profit on everthing w- sold, and never at any time
allowing any clap-trap methods to be practiced in our business and we believe theo2 plblie have fully appreciated this fact by
the large support we have always enjoyed. No one can doull this inet when they look b;nck but four years ago to the
small and modest business we had just started, and look today at the immense trade we now control. No clap-trap meth
ods. no sharp tricks could ever have achieved such a success. Honest Loo(l at honest prices has been our motto in the
I)ast and it shall be in the future. Upon this rock we must rise or fall
Fine Dress Goods.
For fifteen years we have made the study of dry goods a diligent study
and especially have we studied the wants of the trade in this particular
section, and we do not wish to appear anyways boastful, but we do assert
with all candor that there is no man in this part of the country better pre
pared to meet the wants of the dress goods trade than we are. We have
had all of the great markets of the North at our command from which to
select our stock and our experience has enabled us to skim the very cream
of the markets and have them here at our store for the inspection of our
A beautiful line of Silk Waist Patterns in the very latest designs; also
a beautiful assortment of Black Silk and Satin Skirts in plain and figured
designs. A beautiful line of Dress Patterns in the latest weaves-no two
alike: also a most beautiful line of Staple Dress Goods. The most complete
line of Dress Trimmings ever shown in this town-Silks, Velvets, Braids
and Gimps of every description. Ladies, we earnestly beg you to come and
see our line of Dress Goods before making your purchases in this line.
Domestic Dry Goods.
In this department we have some sledge hammers.
5,000 yards of Fine Dress Prints, absolutely fast colors, at 4e per yard:
never sold before for less than Sc per yard.
5,000 yards fast colored Prints, in lengths from 1 to 3 yards, for making
quilts and children's dresses, 33 yards for only $1.
5,000 yards of fast color Prints, in lengths from 3 to 5 yards, only 31c per
5,000 yards Fine Dress Ginghams, colors absolutely fast, only 5c per yd.
5,000 yards heavy brown Homespun, only 3-c per yard.
2,000 yards of the best grade of Dress Outings you ever saw offered at 3c
per yard: also large lines of Dress Outings at 7, 8 and 10c per yard.
It will pay you to look at our line of Woolen Pants Goods in Cassimeres
Shoddy, trashy shoes is a class of goods we never expect to allow to
comue into our store. If we. can't sell a -;'oad. honest line of Shoes we will
se!! none. If there is a departi:ent inm our store we try to get the best in it
is the the Shoe Department. and in offering our line of Shoes to our pat
roi.< we feel that we are offerin;: a line of Shoes from which they may ex
peet good results. We carry a full line of Gent's, Ladies', Misses' and Chil
dr.a's Shoes. Call and see uS when you watnt good Shoe.
CLOT ZAIN 410041 HATS.
We, have a line of Uent'*., Youths and Children's Clothing to meet the
wants of the trade; also a nice assortmwnt of Pants. We also have some
great bargains to offer in Gent's, Youth's and Cildren's Hats and Caps.
We will offer a line of Gent's H ats this season at 75c each that we feel
sure has never bee offered to the trade before for less than $1.
Choice Family Groceries.
Our strict conformane:' to fir-t class ;xoods in this department has en
abied us to build up a permanent and lasting trade. Those who favor us
with their trade this fall can always feel assured that they will get the best
goods at the lowest po.sihle prices.
We keep constantly on hand a large stock of Flour. Sugar, Coffee and
We speciaily offer now a great bargain in Green Coffee. One thousand
ponuds in lots of 25 pounds and over at 1le per pound: in less quantity,
12;c per pound,
In this department we propose to put forth extra effort and give to our lady friends a Millinery establishment worthy of their patronage. As in
the past our Miss Beckham will have charge of this department, and the confidence the trade has in Miss Beckham as an experienced and tasty mil
liner, warrants us in expecting a large and continued patronage. We have the goods and we will not be afraid to sell them at close prices.
W. B. TJENJINSON.
A chainless wheel renders trouser
gaurds unnecessary, but it's different
with a chainless dog.
One Minute Cough Cure surprises people
by its quick cures and children may take it
in large quantities without the least dan
ger. It has won for itself the best reputa
tion of any preparation used today for
colds, croup, t;ckling in the throat or obsti
nate cough,. It. P). Loryea, Manning; L.
W. Nettles,Foreston; H. L. Wilson, Jordan.
When a man is continually talking
about his troubles, his neighbors ne
ver trouble very much about his
The Best Remedy for Flux.
Mr. John Mathias, a well known stock
dealer of Pulaski, Ky.. says: "After suffer
ing for over a week with fl.ux, and my phy
sician failed to relieve ue, I was advised to
try Chamberlain's Colie, Cholera and Diar
rho-n Ietedy, and have the pleasure of
stating that the ha.f of one bottle cured
me." For side by I.. B. Loryea, the drug.
The intense love of an old toper
for liquor goes to prove that familari
ty doesn't always breed absolute con
For broken surfaces, sores, insect bites,
burns, skin diseases and especially piles
there is only one reliable remedy, DeWitt's
Witch ilazel Sdve. When you call for De
Witt's don't accept counterfeits or frauds.
You will not be disappointed with DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve. R. B. Loryea, Man
ing; L. W. Nettles, Foreston; H. L. Wil
The man who is too lazy to stand
up and tell the truth is apt to lie about
A most remarkable record has been made
by Ramon's Pepsin Chill Tonic in curing
:hills and fever and all malarial troubles.
Only about one in every thousand who
used this famous remedy in '96 reported a
railure to cure, and to each of these the
money was promptly refunded. Tasteless
ind guaranteed. 50c. For sale by Dr. W.
M. Drockinton, Manning, S. C.
It's an easy matter to master the
grief of another.
The Itev. W. B. Costley of Stockbridge,
Ga., while attending to his pastoral duties
it Ellenwood, that State, was attacked by
:holera morbus. He says: "By chance I
appened to get hold of a bottle of Chan
berlain's Coli', Cholera gnd Diarrhova Item
dy, and I think it was the means of saving
my life. It relieved me at once." For sale
by I. B. Loryea, the druggist.
Borrow may be a disease, but lend
ing is insanity.
Uncklen's Arnica Salve.
The best saive in the world for cuts,
>ruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
;ores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
:orns and all skin eruptions, and positively
mires pilesor no pay required. It is guar
teed to give perfect satisfaction or money
refunded. Price 25c. per box. For sale by
R. 1.. Loryea.
Faith is not very plentiful, but the
supply equals the demand.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
For State Senator.
We, the many friends of C. M. Da
vis, announce him a candidate for
the Senate, subject to the action of
the Democratic primary.
For State Senator.
Subject to the rules of the Demo
cratic party, I am a candidate for the
position of State Senator.
For House of Representatives.
At the ensuing primary election I
will be a candidate to represent the
people of Clarendon county in the
next Legislature. Should I be elect
ed I intend to give the interests of
my constituents my undivided at
tention, and will, without fear or fa
vor, endeavor to discharge the du
ties of the office incumbent upon me
to the best of my ability.
GEo. R. JoNES.
For House of Representatives.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the House of Representa
tives, subject to the Democratic pri
mary. C. R. SPROTT.
For House cf Representatives.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the House of Representa
tives and pledge to abide the result
of the Democratic primary.
A. L. LESFSNE.
For the Legislature.
In announcing myself a candidate
for the House of Representatives, I
wish to say that I am conversant
with the needs of the people, and
promise if elected to devote my best
service to the position.
1. M. WOODS.
For County Auditor.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the office of County Auditor,
subject to the result of the Demo
PETER B. MoUZoN.
For County Auditor.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for County Auditor, subject to
the Democratic primary.
.J. ELBERT DAVIS.
Superintentent of Education.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the office of County Superin
tendent of Education, subject to the
decision of the Democratic primary.
L. L. WELLS.
Superintendent of Education.
Having endeavored to give the peo
ple a faithful administration, I ask
at their hands an endorsement and
hereby announce myself a candidate
for re-election to the office of Count y
Superintendent of Education, sub
ject to the action of the Democratic
primary. W. S. RICHJUO'RG.
Buggy and Wagon Re
pairing, Overhauling and
Repairing Boilers, Engines,'
etc., go to
RM . BLL'SR BLACKSMITH
g a SHOP,
Op'po.site 1apt~4 Chu reh.
Log Carts Built to Order.
Fine Horseshoeing a Specialty,
- >Female Panacea
Cures All Diseases of Women.
ANY women are under the impression
that the. diseases peculbg- to their sex
are natural and incurable b use so
many suiffer constantly from them is is
Istae. Few women are so badly diseas
that they cannot he cured. It :s true.
that had they taken a remedy that was
- eilicient when the first symptomsof ds
iease appeared, a more rapid cure wou
hav- been the result. No woman shoud
/ neglect herself. When the monthly pe
-riod becomes too frequent, painful. pro
fuse. obstrncted. or irrerularin any way.
whites. or any other female trouble. she
should at once resort to the use of
Gerstle's Female Panacea
7RAa(G. F . ).M-.
Which is ahsolutely the best female remedy ever offered her Even if she has
been negligent and allowed disease to fasten itself upon her she should not de
spair of being cured. This mnedicine is a iyurely vegetable tonic. containing
1 osf- ingredients intended by nature as a remedy for suffering women. It mat
ters not if other rem-dies have been tricd and proven failures-Cerstle s Fe
male Panacea will not fall. If there is any tetndency to costiveness. iztdi
digestion or bilionmvess. nove the howels gently with a few mild doses of .St.
Joseph's Liver Regulator. If your trunt does not keep these medicines
vite us and we will e on to you. all ch ares raid. uion receipt of price.
Panacea, $1.00 per Bottle. Liver Regulator. 25c per Package.
L. GERSTLE & CO., Chattanooga, Tenn.
For sale by . 3. O
When You Want
I-: 3 Pure Drugs
E A. Perfumery
in!- Tooth Brushes
Z_ - /10%Stationery
. H3 Cigars
m Tobacco, etc.,
. ~ BROCKINTON'S.
RHAME'S g h ry IDEAS LEAD
TO WEA LTH
WHITE PINE BALSAM. PATENTED:
Bunt remember the vital parts of patents are the
i claims and specifications., which should be drawn
with great skill, or they may prove worthless.
---end descriptive sketch and rough drawing, or
-Never know1n to fail to re- hdtorah, forpreliminary examination. Office
and court practice carefully and skillfully coD
hove the WOP'St km of 0vOl"1), . ducted. BURTON T. DOYLE,
SoUcTOR. ATTORNEY AND
colds, sore throat, etc. EOT "A FREND AT COURT,"
For saleat, ~~EDITOR OF "AFIN ATCU ,
I or SR10 aA m':~a7gain in which the busy citizen may find a
terse. intelligent and discriminating monthly ac
eurtof t'ncei sam's doings as manifested through
Slw. literature and machinery of our Govern.
mnt-it keeps up with Conress nd the Depart
mnents-. In it. the patents of clients are noticed
f ree, ; f desired. Terms: Q1 a year; three montns,
EI~e pp15 c'. ent ; s'ample copy, free.
For the capture and rEturn to- me of Wil- 0ilices: The Ralston. WashinZton. D. .
liar'.i Dickson, alias Bill Dickson. convicted w. c. DrnasT.
at the last teria ct court of house breakiN A
ad lareeny, ad sentence o the cn- I
g.ng, I will pay reward of Sen Thlb i
iksoni is a low ehunky ner, very dark Attr,:ajs and Counsd~eors at Law.
ad has ainn mute wLites~ Li eys so MIANNING S. C.
lainlv: he is niek of iovewct, heavy ___________________________
ebrows and Urie shoulder drips s lightly R. J. FRANK GEIGER,
ad he is slow, of speec.
T. G. Owli, DENTIST,
sanni;g S c. X,,eeu- 3I1~ ANNING, S. C.
DECISION IS NADE
The Dye is Cast.
We are in the mercantile business to sell goods and it is our in
tention to give our customers the best articles in the market for the
least money. We are in a position to meet all honorable competi
Look Out for Our Big Leaders.
If you will always notice this space for our prices you will be
benefited by it.
We have just bought over 100 barrels of good Flour that we
can recommend to our trade. Can sell you a good Flour that we
can recommend for $4.50 per barrel. We don't think it can be
bought elsewhere for less than $5.25. Good Coffee for 8. 10 and
12-c per pound. Bacon, Lard. Sugar, Canned Goods and other Gro
ceries at lowest figures. Call and see us and we will convince you
that we are the ones to buy from.
Car load of -Jute Bagging and Ties just received and can give
you lowest figures on same. Watch and ask for prices and be con
vinced. Yours truly,
HARVIN &BAR RON
On every dollar you trade at the. N.
Y. Racket, the Yellow Front,
You Save Money.
It has come the time when a customer spends his or her
money they are looking for value received and not boasting
on what we have done and who we are, but what we are do
We propose this season every dollar we sell across our
counter to give as much for it as can be done to do a legiti
We make a small profit and buy our goods from the best
houses North and South, and buy them right.
This season money is not going to be any too plentiful,
on account of low-priced cotton, and we are going to make
it to every shopping person in Clarendon County their inter
est as well as ours to visit our place of business and examine
our immense stock of
All kinds of Fancy Notions. and especially our new and at
tractive line of Millinery Goods.
This department will be in charge of Miiss Gucrth of
Baltimore, who has had long experience in this line, and she
will do all in her power to please the people who call on her.
She will be here about September 15th. You can get any
kind of Hat, from the best to the lowest.
All we ask of you is to call and examine our stock: if
they suit, buy; if not, don't buyv. We will take great pleas
ure in showing you and quoting you prices.
You may hear a competitor say some( things about our
store that don't sound complimentary to those who have
never visited our place, but one visit will convince you quite
Come to see us when in need of anything in our line.
We will treat you as near right as any merchant you ever
Watch this space next week.
Yours for business,
C. W. K EN DA LL.
TH CAROINA GROCERY COMPANY
Successors of BOYD BROS.
THOMAS WILSON, President.
195 East 'Bay - - Charleston, S. C.
Percival Manuifacturing Co.,
Doors, sash and Blinds,
Metin Street - - CHARLESTON, S. C.