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Publishes l! County and Town Of
MIANNi. 4. MAiI, PI 40o
Yor Can't Say Too Much.
When vou have Something good to
re'o 111t'nd you can't say too much.
ThIs i true of Mr. W. Scott liarvin's
fatuOUS liin' of Fast Black Seamle!s
Host. You can't say t1o much for
them in their praise. There are other
just rs good as they are. bat
there are none so cheap. At 1') cents
per pair we have never seen aiv
thing that would equal them and if
youi -olid see the vast amount that
are sold over our counters monthly
Vou would think they were the best
too. We carry this line of losiery
in large quantities in every size and
in every style. Gient's. Ladies' and
Children's. Of course our coinpeti
tors will tell you that they have
something just as _ook for the same
tuoney: it is perfectly natural for
tt-in to say that. hut it is not so.
)ur tifteen years' experience in the
dry goods business tell us that there
isr.o goods on the market like Har
viji's factory Hose for the same
money. Try them and you will be
convinced that thev are the best.
W. E. J E.N KIN S(N.
i. B. Tavlor. the liphotogirapher. W ill
remai1n in lanning until April lZ.
You can gtc a nice Tooth Br'u'.h fomii
-w up. at Bro'knton's.
It is with sadness that we announce'
the illness of Mr. W. Scott Harvmn.
Bliss Triumph Seed Potato-, a vxy
e'arlv vari(ety. The i. B. Loryca Drug
Died -esterda in Colum-bia at the
hospital for the insane. li l Mollik'
. ne.'aged about .5A) veal.
.uzt received. a new supply of Writ
in,-, Tablets. fi'om le t:.o 10c. at Brockin
The Znme law goes into (teet 0arch
1.5tI aftr that time it will he un du!awfu
to untparridesdoves!. etc.
We have in stoc'k the genuine X'o.
Early o.se steed Potatoe. he 1". h
Loryea Drug Store.
-at. .i. A. Kelly of the Kingstre'
Bar and .i. 1. Mc1Neil of the Flo-rence
Bar were in attendance upon our cour~t
.ohnsuons Chill and Fever Tonic will
ure Chills and fever. The IZ. B. Lor
yea Drug Store.
The county pension board will meet
in the count' Auditors otfice next Wed
nesday. for the purpse of exaining
We are still headItiarter's for all lne
Perfumery and l-:xt'acts. ('all and ex
amine our stock. Brockinton.
Mir. Tom carroll and family have
moved to Charleston. where Mr. ( ar
roll has taken a position on tie Plant
system and is runing het ween Savannah
india C'holagogule. an unfailing ,remn
ear for fever and agiue. 'lie 11 b.
Loryea Drug Store.
\Married in Charleston. on T1uesday
evening Feburary :Eth. by Rlev. X.- U
Watson. at the resideuce of the bride
father. M1r. J1. P. Carroll. formery of
'larendon, and M~iss Elle Burns.
The great .Jap~anese' Salve. 31euthol
tum. eures' he adac he. ear'acht'. .bruises,
sore throat, neuralgia and all imtlaira
tions. T1he R. H. Lor'yea Drug store.
'There is a sublition4 going aroundl
askingx foi' contributions to erect a
tombstone over the grave or4 ( '~ama
Richard M1. Skimmer,. who was kilk'
on a Virginia battle tield in 1%ti.
The p)urity of our medicines ar'e r'e
eognized in'the Philipipine Islands. *.e
having just received an order from curi
r aviay possessions. The Ii. B. Lor
'.ea Drug Store.
denkinson's stor'e prlesenlts quite a
neat app1earance since he has arranged
it for an up-to-date dry goods establish
ment. He is opening upi a magnitigient
line of spring goods. Go) and look at
White Pine ('ough Syrup with Tar.
a reliable remedy for' coug~hs and colds
which we have no hesi taney m com
mending. The II. B. Lotryea leutg
1r. L. F. Carrigan of Socety H ill was
here last week in attendane upou the
court in the interest otf his fr ieud ('art.
. H. Hursev. M1r. Ca rrin in one of
til wealthiest mlerchatnts. in the Pee
A\ delightfully cool and refreshing ]o
ion for preserving and softening thet
skin. excellent for chappe'd hands. face
and lips. Almond ('ream. 'l5ve. a bottle.
Tle R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Silvet' has become known as tile
vilaue of sensations. onllast Friday that
commntinty changted the order of thingts.
anl now has the ditinction 41 of nayvmg
a colored women. X1ri Adau m Rh~1ame.
who gave4. birt tlio triplt .
Plant seed that wi ll getrminate. To
de o 54sucessfully4d ' ust XWood' G.arden
Seed. ''tes.td andtied1." W ' ootl, Y el
low Danver"s"'nd 'Silvr 'ki "t'lm( on Sets
just re.ceived. The 1. B. Lorye.ta Drugz
There wvill be about 00 tax execu
ios1 issued. and out of tis niuber
o\e' half are non-coletable. and4- many"
ar doutble entries. 'The' books shouli
e cleared of the non-c lle('tames,' an'i
in their places put the tax-dodgers.
r. Francis H. Williams. l'hi. G;..
--iaate of South ('arolina Mledical
Eolge. pnarma'4cy depart meat. late
witXh les'rs. A. 4. Barot . Son. ('har'
"e'01on is in c'harg'e of our' prescription41
dearmntrl. The nt.. B. Lorye'a D rug
((w\n. oi(f Ri ~ni. for a pac4.kage4- oif
--Th Nor tern Wee tkly Leader''. anl
Englishi paper4. uish ed at N''wcastlt'
nne, whieb ivt's full accounts of
th iritish- Boter wtar from an Euulish
--rhe- isno : tt: w'rn m'.' Little im: til 4es
s .1.7)4.. "xp::. by Ho d-. 5.araparnla.
The lad.'4ie ofte Mlethodist church
i av in te tore' lately occuplie'd
by W. I. Chandle as a furniture store,
ant'rtainment on the evening of the
1 :. st where refreshments consist
ing i'y.ster's. ea'1kes anld c'ream and o4ther'
ic 'thinurs w..ilibe servd.
, . y :does- nat eurt evth4V4"'in.: B t it
a: d urter and :axtve tr it. iTh . 11.
In '''" Drui Store.
d -ec 4-' "ed- was a Mlaon and a nmh-r
o t Order of Kni'h" cf'tis
He 1 'btlon1ged4- to4 lodges- in ('4nh I.
The'~ fuea 4 okpir-a- a
hert aft. heit.l a:~ It t'ik Th 1 ub
hn) ( .It N
Acgn p cr. A :to a i: \ rid: -r:lti
' l lln.
. S. .. Feb. 22. CI..
ionresma Norton, is~ alcitlman. -
I in-oector floup: ve 1h.- Iixoh
erv sv ~ ztem. A>u vlor-m:v ho !a:
for hiFosiun, 2hi. 1eon h
S:a:t has, noe bette or0keri n
Cir dee!1 in -Norton wokswthu
h*'*tm ctovli Hop1 ovv th "m
main a ' c boi vh %l t itantilh
is slit l e t r . i
-rKV ,harN n0 'r X !:::-: wi n t : , '. ('11
o ~vt:l \Vi~ h Hon. e. wrks willn:
'I - r i . . coHina: hu ::-' Itif ii. \n . -l
edLl hI moe inos new'' tore T
andt. as soon 1s hv e an advmu hisgof
't L i 'II ,-:T )I
mardno and pced 1 n eibi i ron h
h-ut o r I in te e rca
rc.Kndall wa ian- ivrd to seen
whate willnd pCu vt Con te he
shape of Fast'er t' for nI- the. ladiet. te
f..: that very married iman will love
h visis h1's wife aud atviss eir of
what rval art is in hatoloy at K -l
for% W E~i -it: .r W.i Ca'.""'. \.Y. ant- A
had yapya ovr twny yo Maors mAri o
o a i mw duiine w0ha u: I .:....::. I was !er
Ato: us. lim 1at: nyI rsa. and i2
h,-lca ue fr~n ie ,tr:. be iei': to bW a :
pan.t : t' or I al' ,oms mOft thdaet ion. lItit diiist
w lha you cat. t.tt). Iha ne H. n . r
\W. M. 1- .ki4ton . Hann ine.
A wl wtt ltrs- ia t' week. t ihtn
easeaganst 1.'. Brook. indiocd by
I. t. richhourts for criminal lihl. had!
ju, Srt een c'ocludedk aS :0othe test -imlony.
tantain ItC. Davis who was retain d
to assist thv Soliit in the pmcrcution
of the castn madte th oieinmt aing t.
Captain Darvi' spofeh attractlV. not
o1'y th jury libt the tBar and theL au
dfi'nee, and ait wathe unirsal opinio An
that it was a msterly efnrt for tht
vindication oif his tlient. His aMeals
ar justice werei full of pathos and ilo
iuence, and the words .which fell from
hit is went straiglt into the iminds
and hcarts (f the, jury. 'Major tarion
Moise folflowed, opetning t for the defense.
whoalso dtlivred a magniniemu speech
Major Moise's speech was full of dra
matie eloquence. and his rtasoning was
tron . It is sedoml that w.. hear uh
ma'niiciet oratory. ('(1. I. a. Le
and HW. Joseph F. Raham mnade Th"
closing spi-ecs for the det.fenkce, the-se
gentlemen apphea inmev~ey priKA
nall tio the legal phast of the cart.
Their ar nsWero fu l of Str onpi
lea point.t. and to a layman it eied
a if they had the law onl liir side of:,
lthcnt'roveruy.The5i ilic~tor that ed
te warueknt, iam afe vidiain th
eadful teiltewai of the jurmoy. andu
ommntn o he wa artgtl.Tuensts of coun
trl fo riio'd heldeen st oicito r WonI
niJhd'te oublied wa. egrandvifa
ou ranrd and thga lt-eain. of
icidet r occkd jti as Cnolone fox
edu tea. iltti prce ing., JurrtlGeo. A.t
Bradhamcywasveuddenly tfkenpl. thetlt
ira hof course..'hir was supne.adaMr
Brandhm lft the court. froo tho rekive
medica aid Ittune aut no odb
seriou. an ate rem inin ofut inll 4the'
air-. aittle' whide he retuned andt thel
tilt was resume ad. at he conclusion
oft the rumetno Hilo Ho o -hage
tatd. is charge binwi thin aIL limitte
etsus-tti of thio cit thal'(t 'at compro
mise verndi woulr- he rachd, hor
however, i eemed tanxou lto dot their
dutt :t atrusomdeib e'ato thete
ti vhitn ofi' g u'iltwt" recm
mndtin ao rhemere of iiI~the cout.
nonc stencati'te. whichW w. Richhour'
he Irstor. andeiit the fmanou whlote
caater ta limpu'gnedw inl te detfam
ator cir~cularwichaudVi. Broekie'litt
to u.~V 1-- . etd fort iel. rhs iacur
andc askedt tIhe tjudge tlimp~i-ofalih
sentnced expresing i1n t~et thait all
he wa seek'. was a-t vidicatio. tis
he had, aIt theilt had o the jury and'
tnowtt he wa latisti 'The resut of cthe
ttti h ' 4 remve the2 'tigm from his
feeed y tisreqetfrmiI Mr.' Ri
onutrFH. Husy frte iln
It il hereembre thtth'hoi
eid caseda iooddeamo comoin
AN ELABORATE FUNCTION.
Silver Wedding of Mr. and Mrs. D. M.
'. .\ ladh 4'n n l .t l-'rI~i r ' ::"'''.
w 'I :1 It 1' 11 n 1'c I I ' Ille at % '11-1t1
ant: ,:I .11~'aI 11'1 ' t )!
'.44 11 4~44'.'4 ) V T.4 l'''it,''li' .42
'14k Okl,4.' 0 111s. 4112 lazom- in si 21.lve .
tl.4 Ile h .'( 4.11 112'' 11 it'1 1l'21 I( 4'.'t'
t nh, nt din: mi ha, Insr hnoi.
Tim cca~o:: a, 1i e.. r at on ;)Il
' m -11 fh : m1 i :1 'v4di 1t awm111:
trit-ii ofn .\ r. a nd .\ r ;. .\). M.dhan
.\: ~ h a .im d bei n- 1 h.'. 441 11arpi
i l., j( v: -hel oamily a oneihMrs.
1:1:41 11 - t 21. \ la" n 'f the 'da'
fri h., t , kouhinwt :fMd reen d theD
i.Nl1- m11-, 1 '' llv 12 \a r . o t. !wa ('.e w :z
1"4, rolativ t= )n Irr ou il 2r111 1 et ' 44routh
pn t - il ha .t . : ', ti. . ( ).( ' 'au.t in
w411 l It' ' i ' i -. V11V( 1' '
.ri chai.n . :m l v re .ch titw al
lint ed !ill r f ti ,nan!-uittth ere i <>n*.
14. 21 l2.. I' th4(.'v hian' in hand,
W ''ll*l l:l:me:.lIl a-ni <> ei- the (o42' lv4., 4If
i1-. b il-ia ly l i this 141t tterf
lit.w card il wni. umblaone inasivr
with em''. trig cahilm a1ond abov
whs : ilddn l di: Ihis ound hinsin
and1 follo wi thiS The inf etnt 1q4'.thl in-S
. pirin doundI al of artt w hi h. nuteh
1.4 1 _r t ( I 'zI I I c I ",'11 111iVtI Iii~ g t '4114(I -ntl 1.
jhnfa11 cm ' 1.h.1a a 2a 'i o. - .rd
11111. boh linooi that infanctu wil h
nw1 and jy'itl w in. the. ame 4 .in
E l'e n ll , 11 . 1h'' moth er atf t h -
,r--- en ur bIde 1 . R. Coe
ict'll .anth cwn fren o v. 4d he..
te relativ0 4 111o th i.11 - haired to the
aifinds th couple. Whm the
5atoraf. th 11f..miy,. delive . ' with
11Innin1. ho w t n i
went macinzrdown " thecorridoro
time their ruleinhihatef
wioh ite re4sin1 ch111dren n aY d1y1
hare2 of144 th ' ohi 's god . Whill h
1h4.'~ ~ h ,144 V. M,' t .14 411 14 '.44
mintiste wva4 ai the mith ofi h ier
'4iners i 1 addre1 s ' the infnt' uta. " rs
vt'1will dow 4. I4) l of4 po 111.'rote t. 11. hich a e
411' k1 (' it) t'.' .' 1111 11 tit '.4.11 . 221 IV1.1,
2rin'' to Ien. my tiltle ., when'. 144
mnv . I a inv that iat 'si- noIll l)will
be '.brokt. 4 . 114 a1 The c1mpany w'r1 in
ab litrbedl with thn the- luing l(
brl'2e . ll th ile t. go. m ha t th211\
mare it tlo hei d o to thea fhi-Iillvice
wIebrc aa downfro Iabovet bult] there
werec some who were o a:0wdd iut (lfte
lhor-t a had itough)trefuge on the
laughtrs their11411 1.4 4.2 1ar1werepier eb
W.014.1'1'1221 di-qplay (if aqw'44'u4. Of04o-k
tik' font of 11 . and thn by. dIeta1t,
h w111.' rlliied io th.F 1 il 'la I tining
W Vi . '-i'4 .1 4142 14)" t ~ I1tI' 11 2' 2IV ''Tn-t'lt d 1ill.; '
.214 tithi - if go'22i4 withou 1 yi n. and
w1' a l fol t ttmt to d .4ri b' wha't wa. 14.42'
mresenthed to einor the appttfrw
will i ay.h wvr. Mhat wa 1s our ple
111ated'~ 1t h eab le w2 th th241 e 12, vid4)1 and1."
M( er. 2ur eye fea2ting n)what\ w
Ebuhts that had'214'4 ith ot bee 11ori' 4he
af~i us1.'and 1.0 to4. '..the4. 1)l4 ft4 of u2, 1thi4
writer'' mi.'4.11 have2 11214. ented11V44 himself
with2 1the2 nu'.nit411. 1 14'1111'i.ieene. srou d
in2-.: and 1forgotten4'14.' tvo' raify hif inner
man:.1' the rt in der124 4'.; was 1 a l 4re 1in 1ne.!
4.nd4' r1eme.1 :u in 1that k it. i4. only 11nce2''
'1n 4 a 1 quarter.'1 11f. a 1122tur that 111 i\1,111r
1w44d.41ng1 f1a. ts at'' ord an.1'1U. opportum"iy 14
fo 1144'.ewspap 1er 1114 114tit .' e set' to, for4
44 \upywhc oudlst4u1orvs
1-vis r.'-minded4. u'' that21 we14 werel 44t the4
ir42 14.1 e.1 and2)1. '.here1 would e se11 .''verl
22le morek4.1111 1to be21jsfrved.' which12n11
1hoe11k44 4'.*.' thoghu and cauie our (Itarv-1.
'n .1.21 1' 44 impleme t 1 111p.' W2'e2 l wer then
abeled''. wi4th111 a'l4satin. 11 ribb4.' w'.4ih4. w 1ord
1222141 . '.4 1 . 141'(. 1 1' ''.44444.\1 1. '''
When'.4. .411 deoae with1'Q'4.. 1hi1 ' ark of4414'1
istincti, '..11 were proud' of1 1 it.4 111nd
Vamo n'' o. 1 h' wa41 s4 11a1 lady'.21'.nd~' la ie4
e".14.. "tha 444441 was1214 1 41 to ke p4ew 'a
laa4t 14ver did. get a.11 badg pinned on he
we -'di not.]4 1 e. it.' and1 i wold not.1' '.ur-,
la~le:.h a od oehn owl
away124. the time 1nd k e-niieve on h'er
or. whoha thel key.'1' Ilto hr homfe.
.e 2141 Mirs. 1abl. l7 . 10115 Ja e :'h
tMr.py uh and Mls L peth. as'embt~led
gurt. Mr.t Mrelowellews n happyI4.
Laer in442 thle kvnifgtesnso h
realle many. happyte hou41 nd ad
u tin~ k-f tha 21111fu rfrain:!'
TurWlkns bakws1mi. n bckar
Maim n rahain ilvre ~ ]
Mr. m:1111 Mr.e A. 1hf :Barrn.sl -
Jur (4 lln toni. bte nf
Mrh. ar' A.e \prkle acr of yorte.iI
routh. he41.r Nch'.oomts. n herw
MLord ble you" fr them.1 rt.'
4. wa. all 2miles. and move about'.'
('(i111 1114 much'1l1 tiel. of4412. 11114 511X'f th
marow in ihons adnevr ee
Dr. and Mrs. w. M. Brockinton,
Mir. and Mrs. A. Weinberg, salad
Mr. and 1rs. (i. II. Hluggins. cake
31rs. Ella A. Thi:.:pen. Valdosta.
(ia.. shoe buttoner.
'Mr. anild rs. W. (i. King,. pickle
Mr. and1 Mrs. S. J. lowinli, syrulp
3Mr. Theodore BeIll.Aidtirsion. piekie
ir ati 1 rs. ('. RI. Ilarvinl. fruit
Mr. and 11rs. L. Levi. toirlato spooln.
Mlts. -1. E. Pipkiin. salt cellars.
MIr. and Mrs. J. S. Wilson, toiiato
Miss Lizzie Convers. salt spoons.
Mr. aid Mrs. A. L1evi shoe1 horn.
shoe aid glove huttoner.
Mr. and Mrs. R. (). Purdy, salt el
lars ard spooins.
Mr. ani Mrs. 1). W. Alerrnarn, ta
Bsovd and Samtiuel ( 'ICoh-. it picks
Miss Maxv Wilson. tea strainer.
Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Wilson. meat
Dr. and Mrs. J. F. 4ieiger. elaret
Miss hlatt ie Harvin, dinner hell.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. M1eLeod. fruit
Mr. W. S. Harvin, vake basket.
Mr. and 'Mrs. A. C. Ilarvin. piekie
Mr. andi Mrs. Joe Bradlhani. butter
Miss Janie Ingram, silver cup.
Rev. and Mrs. 1. 1. We-lls. ncat
M)r. and Mrs. .1. 1) Ucrald. herry
Mr. ant Ir,. E. J. lrowne. butter
Mr. antl Mr.. J. H. Riby. berry
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Iaynesworth,
Florence, salad fork.
Mr. E. 1. Reider and daughter. nut
M\r. antd Mrs. S. A. IRktbv. gravy
Miss Olivia Iugram, napkin ring.
Mrs. It. C. (al Iucbat. herry spoon.
Mr. F. P. Ervin. sugar spoon.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Hf. Williams. sugiar
Mr. and Mrs. P. 1. Thanes, darn
Miss Mary Lee Thames, key ring.
Mr. Lionel Stukes. sugar tongs.
Mr. and Mlrs. .1. C. Stuke., butter
Mrs. 3). E. Walker. berry spoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Iseman. sallad fork.
Mr. and Mrs. 1. I.Bagnal.meat fork.
Mr. J. E. Scott ani daughter, berry
.John V. Cousar & Co., Richinond.
Professors .T. P. Inahuit antd J. A.
Thackston. salad fork.
Misses Mellie ari Lizzie Nelson,
Dr. C. B. Geiger, sugar spool.
Rtev. and Mrs. MelDowell. cream
r. W. E. Bsrown. tomato spoon.
Mr. and Mrs. 1. C. Ingrain. tea
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Trecott. fruit
Miss Grace S. Bailey,creamn pitcher.
Mr. J. S. Wells, spoon.
Mr, and Mrs. J. F. Bradham, syrup
Mrs. Sallie Wells and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Chandler.cream
Mr. andi Mrs. W. C. D~avis, meat
Mr. 11. M. St range. cream ladle.
3Mr. arnd M1rs. 13. A. Johnson, knives
Mr. and M1rs. .A. .1. Whi~e, doiley
Mr. MIitch Wells. pickle fork..
3Mrs. .Julia Cuttino, silver pin.
Mr. C. E. Strange and daughter
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Rhame, crearn
M~rs. E. G. Hall, coffee spoons.
M1r. anid Mfrs. Eugene D)ickson, ('of
31r. J1. F. D)ickson, ereami ladle.
M1r. ani M1rs. .J. L. Wilson, bjerrv
Mr. and 3Mrs. A. B. Hogan. berry
Mr. andi Mrs. D. J. Bradiham,. tea
M1r. E. C. Dickson, c'heese scoop>.
3Mrs. .l. M1. David andi 1r. J1. .
M1r. and M1rs. WV. F. Callieott, Kan
sas City, creamn ladle, butter knite.
M\iss Miary S. IngrarA, paper knife.
Mlr. and M1rs. Breedin,. meat fork.
M r. Clarence IBreedi n anid sister.
Rev, and M1rs. J1. 0. (bou::h, butter
Mliss Lizzie Perry, salt a rid pepper
.\r. F. U. IlichardIson, spoon t ray.
.\r. and Mlrs. Ben Keller, mustard
3Mr. and Mlrs. N. F. Wvalker arnd son.
Spartanburg, tea spoons.
Mlr. arnd Mirs. Joe Sprott, ice spoon.
M1iss Jessie MceLean, tea strainer.
M\iss Carrie Legg, toothpick stantd.
.\r. andi M\rs. W. E. Jenkinson,
Mliss Hattie Bagnal. card receiver.
Mir. and .\Mrs . I. 3M Bagrnal, silver
Spain's Greatest Need.
Alr.R.P \ iivia ofH r 0e ia. ' . Vn
Diitr. itokn at F.o\\eton sh~'
e\auivr tpaiin th. ba'i ..- h a: '
Aoe, Good .Coughc :Meiin for Cilderen.lve
an Idiy:'u. pur ih :heblod W-n it
thema;-.rbenCet s oftheumarves.u m
vig and ne ife' into' every ,Tmisele. rerend'
ore:n of:he ody.If wak. ire or i ii:
Dr. Citna oetn
l e ltrae fethle Ch fil li 'irl
wil i a a i.n. yD . \ l (lf
( if ."iU in t -l'
PlanersCU BA N OI1L cures
EI~~ Cuts, Burns, luises, Rheu
matism Ea iSc Price, 25 cents.
IIly 4.1ial lit' Wf D. L. .1\ 441d . Mrit
:e yhiY sn W . I. Z.\o .N I
if ( I i- I r\! .
TX 4 17 w I Ir , ;t I b P :!
W h ~. ' .: ;i w p ble t :: w
PAINTS, OILS, BRUSHES
W , hav.- furnish d th :. 1);:. '
..for n:mn rvi..e s . u rclwrhe in Shi-.1
Strictly Pure Paints
-uairante' lowet mai~rk t Tb:::re -.
Longman & ilartinez's
Celebrated Prepared Paints.
R. B. LORYEA
SAAC M. LORYEA, Propr.
Sign of Golden
MANN ING. . C.
R IIt E1 V A C r DTE
MIATIS.I tol makeNf 9id s io: h
whop hav' r-t. I r s1 volintart;
leters savn::thy have l been urd are'.:
Nve ..J. L. Fo ter. i . N . : Mr. .1.
E.?Iiehinon.lk ed i (tir.edsboo. . ('.
Dail A:s: 31r4. .\ I)us a rmn en
: sold in ManninlI by' the 11. II. I..oXLe
We are too I
opening up ot
big Ad. next va
give you priCE
what we have
The New V
C. W. KEN
.Ili receie, a le lin" ( of
linsertionls.,- cspety a ll be
an(l S) goO(od il (1ulity as to sat
I bough-it lartlv and (direct
frotilm i he Ia 111n ufactlters. thereby
nOtwitistanltdiln the advalncef il
tlhe price of all goods. I am in
pos).itionl to 0!Ye yo (! O some bar-'
gains. inl tlhis line.
iv stok (df Lawn ifalld Mull
Em1bro1ideri0S. ValI. and Torchon
Laces ;re sim 'iply beautiful. La
dies. don't take my word for it.
but come and see for yourselves
and f aim satistied you will bear.
1m13 oUt inl 1mY stattelent.
And don't forget to look at my
line oI Embroiderv Silks, Em
broidered Hindkerchiefs, Belt
kl1-les. .Jt iBelts. Puff and Side
Com11bs. Lin[4.n1 13urow Scarfs,
Trav C(overs. Centtr Pieces. ALL
STI AMPED. rea dy to be efm
In fact a lady can find in my
str dalnst aivthing" she wants,
(vt111 a Nicycle. (the Ra nbler)
on oi tie best on the market. in
Ladies' or Gent's.
I also handle the Ideal, the
best wheel you ever saw for 15.
Ladies' or Gent's. Come and
pass your judgmnt on them and
I ai sure if you want a wheel
YoU will hur one of them.
And. by the way, I have on
hand about 501) Flower Pots, in
all sizes.that I am offering cheap.
When you come to town don't
fail to coll to see me.
usy this week
r big stock of
but watch our
eek. We will
~s and tell you
We wish to announce to our many friends and patrioni- that never in the his
r (of our business were we better prepared to take vare f our friends than
sating, for early last fall w, placed large orders for spring deliveries and
aS we are in a position to name prices 15 to 20 per cent lower than 1r m111 Cmpet
rs. and it is our intention to give our patrons the benefit of our gooa buying.
TIhire is one thing that we would like to impress upon our patronz we sell
b:i.i but iet class -oods. First class goods are better for the merchant who
lThe*m' and htter for the customer who buys them. Cheap. shoddy goods
Some Astonishing Prices.
Ca 11 anbAodY heat tlI pices'f Will anybody try?
4.0 i 'rds y ard w'ide Brown Homespun at 3c. per yard by the bolt: 1c.
:- ar-l whenl wit.
4.1100 yards; nice Spring Shirti I -int ('*alico at 4te. per yard.
4. ii yards ('ash Skirting that cannot be sold elsewhere for less than Se.
:- hiut we offer you this lot as long as it lasts for only (ie. per yard.
()ur line of Piques. Duck. Skirtings. P'ereales and Suitings is the mhost
up1e( e ever shown in this town.
Jus- call and see the line of Pereales one yard wide that we are otTering at
I. I-r vard. We feel sure that you cannot *buy them in this market or any
wher& ese for le-s than 12-e. per yard. We don't care what other people say
11out these roods, it will pay you to see our line before you buy. for we have the
id- and we bouht them at the right pri-as and we are going to sell them
Dress Goods and Silks.
Our line of Dress Goods and Silks is the most exclusive we have ever shown
at this season of the \ear. Especially do we wish to call the attention of the
trade to our line of Silks and Dress Skirtings. Black Crepon Skirting. Black and
Navy Blue Briliantines. in all prices, from 40e. per yard to $1.
Our line of Silk Shirt Waists is the richest and most exclusive ever shown
n this town.
Mrs. Barfield has recently moved her dressmaking department to our store
aol our patrons will tind in Mrs. Barfield an able adviser as to the prevailing
vIes of the day.
< MILLINERY -: MILLINERY. -
Our Millinery Department will be under the able management of Miss Lydia
( upedge. who tilled this position so acceptably last season.
Miss Coppedge is now in the North at the great centres of fashion buying
our spring stock.of 'Millinery and studying the styles. Niiss Coppedge wul re
iiain in market several weeks vet. and when she returns she will show one of
tii finest lines of spring and summer "Millinery ever shown in this town and it
will not be amiss to say that she will have styles down on the tips of her fingers.
A Word About Shoes,
Clothing and Hats.
If im want a nice. genteel Suit of Clothes or a nice Hat or pair of Shoes. it
lay you to come to the Jenkinson Dry Goods Store for them, for we have
them at the right prices.
Three hundred pair of Little Boys Knee Pants at 25. 30. 40 and 50c. per pair.
Gents'. if vou need nice Linen Collars. Cuffs and Shirts. come to our store
nl you will get what you want. for we have just gotten in a lot of 100 dozen Col
au-s and Cuffs-all pure linen which we sell at astonishingly low prices.
FH o i r 1 y.
leiember that ue are sole agents for W. Scott Harvin's famous line of Ho
sierv. the best goods on earth for the money we ask for them. Ladies'. Gent's
anol 'hildren's. in Tan and Black. all at 10c. per pair.
W, E JENKINSON.
IIWhite Goods &I
Wash Dress Goods
a iIn Profusion.
We Are Record-reaker
In all lines of White Dress G~oodls this sea -
son, and "Wash Gosaealterg.sy
the Mode Paris.
We have Engelish Long Cloth, the mot e
liable and durable thing you can get to make
Also Danities. Linons, Canmbries. Lawns,
PK's and P Q's for Shirt Waists, prices
f rm 5c. to 50c. yard.
HeavyP K's.'P Q's, Welts and Ducks for
I Sjirunning~ frm 1c. to 35e.
SiSilk Shirt Waist Patterns, I
SIi o tw\oaIh like are ust the prettiest things
anywere.Theyare the se'ason's nl eet (IC
s -~ins at 49e. and 'e per yard.
)ur SILKS" it 85 and 90e are whc'Xfat other's
In Black Skirt GoodsI
We are hedqjuar~ ters rm l c. to K1.25
perx yard. emc ing all the p)opulari weav es
and efcts.. Broines l. Poplins, Mohairs,
Sireillianls. Briliatinttes. Sirges and Melrose
ca ri each them.I
Y ou will tind also) a ful line of ColoredF
Dress(Goods. such as Waverly's .Jaquards.
.\lhars ete. . at 10h0. vard and up.ni
The Old Reliable -
Sn A. RIGBY.1