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Publishes All County and Town Of
MANNING. S. C.. D)EC. 2. ltk1.
One Thousand Tons Fertil
izers t. be Sold for Cash
Or on easy terms, payable 15th
next October, where parties are
able to give good collateral se
Gr*Imlan Kainit and
Tiose who wish to pay tim
cash for Fertilizers will do well
to see us before they buy. We
are able to quote some very at
tractive prices as we placed our
orders months agro when fertili
zers were low.
\V. 1:. .JENKINSON.
Notice is hereby given that no advertise
ments will be changed in this paper where
the copy is brought in later than Saturday
Mr. Baker Haynesworth. of Florence
is in Manning spending Christmas.
We extend a Merry Chrltmas to our
many patrons. The R. B. Loryea Drug
Mr. I. L. Bell is having Put up a two
story shop on the site where the old
Lazuras B3ell shop stood.
Christmas comes but once a year.
Read our advertisement elsewhere. it
will repay perus-. The R. B. Loryea
The merchants of this place sold on
Saturday and Monday nearly $10.000
worth of goods for cash.
Married near Bethlehem on the 16th
iust.. by Rev. 1. E. Smith. Mr. Edward
Coker and Miss Maude MeKnight.
Don't let it escape your attention that
our Green and Black Teas are the very
best on the market. The R. B. Loryea
Mr. Hugh McKelvey of Lickville is
here with his family visiting Mrs. Mc
kelvey's parents Mr. and Mrs. [seman.
The ladies, with their usual good
judgment, affirm that Manderville &
King's Flower Seed are the best. The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
M1r. L. H. Nickels who has been with
Mr. S. I. Till for the past season left
yesterday for his home in Abbeville.
CDo not forget even during the Christ
mas holidays that Longman & Mlarti
nez's Prepared Paints are the best.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
M1r. J. F. Bradham has leased from
MIrs. M1. 0. Burgess the MIanning hotel
property which he will move into next
Even at Christmas do not forget your
horses. mules. cows and other animals.
The International Stock Food will im
prove them in every way. The Ri. B.
Lcryea Drug Store.
Read the auditor's notice of appoint
ments published in this issue. When
you make your tax returns you add your
It is well to recolleet even during the
Christmas festivities that your p~re
scriptions are accurately and compe
tently filled by a skilled pharmacist.
The Ri. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Rich. warm, healthy blood is given
by Hood's Sarsaparilla and thus coughs.
colds and pneumonia are prevented.
Take it now.
It is well to look after your poultr-y.
particularly as it is so near Chr-istmnas.
International Poultry Food is the thing
for them. The R. B. Loryea Drug
Mlessrs. E. C. Dickson and J Eiber-t
Davis have received the comn mssions
for their respective offices to wvhich
they were recently chosen.
Comforting and Grateftul. Walter Ba
ker's Chocolate. W. H. Baker's Sweet
Chocolate and Cocoa. Van Houten's
Cocoa is imported fromi Holland. The
Rl. B. Lor-yea Drug Store.
The members of the Clarendon dele
gation in the house of Rlepresentatives
will please be present at the meeting of
the board of county commissioners Sat
urday January 5th.
The sauae season is fast approach
ing and you will require Red Pepper.
Sage. Black Pepper. Spice. Cloves, ete..
etc.,- to make them tocthsome: wve have
them. The R. B. Lor-yea Drug Store.
The contest for the beautiful prize
doll at S. A. Rigbv's resulted in being
won by the ticket number 1l5. The
personhaving drawn ticket number 1l5
can have the doll by presenting the
ticket at Rigby's store.
Hamlet might have referred to Ten
ner's celebrated Blon Bons and Confec
tioas when he exclaimed. "Sweets to
the- sweet."' Pound and half pound
boxes. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
During the rush of trade last M1onday,
:her-e was several cases of shiop-liftinag.
One fellow by name of Brunson stole
two suits of clothes from Jenkinson's
but M1r. Charlie Jenkinson got on his
trail, brought the fellow up and Mmr.
Jenkinson got his money.
Adorn your Christnias trees by deco
rating them with artistically design.ed
Candied Figures. Birds. Trees. Babies.
Soldiers, et'c.: your Christmas trees will
then present an attractive appearance.
The 1R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
MIr. WV. WV. Benow of Sunmmerton
sent us thr-ee sweet potatoes last Fri
day, the largest wve have seen this sea
son. and we are informed that they were
not of the largest lie raised. Alr. Ben
bow is waiting for seome one to come
along with a stump-puller that hr might
be able to raise his largest potatoes out
of th" ground.
A maxim The U. D. Loryea Drug
Store would like~ to teach: Not how~
cheap but how good. not how much
but how st rong. Lemon. Vanilla,
Strawberry. Banana. Rose and all Es
sences used lin tiavorlng are full
strength and of absolute murityv.
31arried, by Rev. W. J1. M1eKay. at
the home of the brides parents. near
Workman this afternoon. M1r. ''narle
Richardson of Anson county. N., C.
and is Alice Burgess. daugnter
of Mir. D. Itly Buress. A fter spenamup
the holias wit relatives and friend:
in this -ou'ntyV the? bridal coule~ wdil
tw North Caroliua to make their future
The main witth the hoe will not forge
that we handle F erry's and Crossmnan
Gaden Seed and that we are agents for
T. W. Wood & Sons' Famous Seed: foi
their excellence~ they obtained the gol(
medal at the Paris Exposition of 1900,
The n. B. Lorvea Drug Store.
er'eei, iss attt: i ::n eiv of 're sbyte'
rian (Colleg'e for t., :. a at ('lumi Oa.
Miss Lil. Harvin (: ,unbia lI'ein:t
College. Leon \ I :.nr of South ('at'
olina C'olleg;e. 1 b-enmtn 1;radhatm of
King's Mountain 31iitary School. .lilly
Barron and Everett 1sinan ot itadel
The 11. B. Lor'veia Drug Store beg to
inform their manly kind patrons that we
observe the foilowin r hours: luring
the week or drug store is teu from (
a. I. to b 1. ii.: Satr'd:y mnihts to
11:30. Sunthi hours. 9 a. m. to 1':30 p.
I,.: :;:: 0 to 6:30 p). mn. Night c"al' .e
p)etlt( to promptly and eiwerfuny by
our l'harmacist. \11r. .. . Arant. Ph.
G., who resides at Mrs. S. A. Wells'.
After an abseice of nearly twenty
ears Judge .ohn A Barron of York
eane to 1anning to spend a few days
with his reiatives and friends. Mr.
Biarron's coning was a delightful sur
rise a nd he is being made to feel. that
althouh Time has made his onward
march, the friends of his earlier years
are laid to give him a sincere and
And now that the year and century is
ending. and when we next appear it
will be in a new year and a new century.
it is our earnest wish to hold up our
paper to the h1li standard which it
has : ttained without the aid of a com
h'ation. and without having truekeled
to a living soul. \Vte write our own
views aid therefore can maintain our
indepenuner and manhood. Some
may (...-r with us, but all respect a
manly imtr who has opinions. and dares
to express them.
A Frightful Birnder
Wili often cause a horrible burn. scald. cut or
bruise. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. the best in the
world. will tkiil the pain and promptly heal it.
Cures old sores, fever sores, ulcers. boils. felons.
corus, all skin eruptions. Ilt't pile cure on
earuth. Ol.l '.7, (t,. a bx . tire l:.:raned',i
.old by tIn R. ii. r.Vryea ru 'O.tre. I
That unearthly yell heard in town
last Thursday night, which woke up
all of the babies in town, and startled
eople living in the neighborhood of
-'oreston. Davis. Jordan and Alcolu,
and sounding like the squall of an In
dian Chief calling on his tribe to pre
pare for the warpath. was caused by a
young man exploding a torpedo at the
heels of a nervous young lady in one
of the stores in this town. Another
ladv in the store displayed her agility
by jumping over a counter ladened with
Christmas goods. and another would
have fainted. but no man was near to
keep her from faliang. These Nickel
torpedoes can play havoc.
Amon:: tie tensI of thousands who have used
Cnamberlain's COuih Remedy for colds and ia
rippe during the past few years. to our knowl
edge, not a sin:ce case has resulted in pneu
monia. Thos. \hittleid & Co., ?I1 Wabash ave
nue. Chica:o. one of the most prominent retail
.ru:::ist'. in that city. in speakina of this, says:
We recotnnend Cha'.aberiains Cough Remedy
for ia :-rippe in many cases. as it not only gives 1
prompt and complete recovery. bet also coun
teracts any tendency of in a-:ippe to result in
pneumonia." For sale by The It. B. Loryea
Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryen. Prop.
We hope our friends in the various
sectionsof the county will renew their
communications to Tu E TIMES. We are
wanting the news from every section of
the county. and for news from the var
ious localities we must depend on those
who feel kindly towards iTHE TIMEs.
This newspaper' has stood by the peo
pe through thiek and thin, and with1
ratitude do we acknowledge the
handsome suppor't given it by the peo
pl: but financial patr'onage is not all
oa ne io whose heart is in his
ork, wants. He wants his patrons to
feel such an interest in his paper' that
hen anything happens they wtill take
the trouble to make it known to him.
Friends send in y'our matter. wyhatever
ccurs in y'our comniunitv will inteirest
Soain's Greatest Need.
Mr. Ii. P. Olivia of Barcelonia. Spain. spends
his winters at Aikecn. S. C. Weak .nerves had
caused severe pains in tihe back of his head. On
using Electric Bitters. America's greatest blood
and nerve remedy, all pain soon left. him. He
as this..rand inedicine is what his country
needs. All America knows that it cures liver
and kidney trouble. purities the blood, tones up
the stomach. strenothetns the nerves, puts vim.
vior and new life into every muscle, nerve and
organ of tihe body. If weak, tired or ailing you
need it. Every bottle guaranteed, only 50. cents.
ISold by the Rt. B. Lorvea drug store.
" iA friend in need is a friend indeed."
is an old saying and how true it is.
While every p)oor devil is entitled by
custom to Christmas cheer. the editor'
is usually an exception: lie must stand
by and 'longingly look on while others
ar enjoying themselves. Last Satur
day wvhile standing on a corner watch
ing twith hungry eyes the many tur
keys that people wvere buying for their
Ch'ristmas dinner and wvondering howv
we could manage to get one of, them
things and feel like the rest of man
kind. Mr. J. II. McKnight stepped up)
to us with a iine fat tur'kev antd asked
us to accepit it with the compiliments
of Mrs. Mc~Cnight. We looked at him,
SCOTTSImSION. z:d is ou'
evr'r 'oule of SCOT'IlS F.MUL
SIN ill the Wokwhich now
aonitiis to many millios y'ear'ly.
T 1his great buisiness hats grownt to
such valst p)roportionls,
First;-Because tile proprietors
have always been most careful in
seectig~ the various ingredients
used in its composition, namely;
the finest Cod Liver Oil, and the
Second:-Because they have so
skillfully combined the various
ingredients that the best possible
results are obtained by its use.
Third:-Because it has made so.
many sickly, delicate children
strong and healthy, given health
and rosy cheeks to so many pale,
anaemic girls, and healed the lungs
and restored to full health, so many
thousands in the first stages of
If cu have not tried it. send for free sample,
ts areeable taste wilt surarise von.
scoTT & BOWNE., chemists.
409-4-5 Pearl street, New York.
sa. ond e$ o- n1l drugmsts.
then rave oursel f a iartd pinch to see it
it was a dream and when we mlustered
up breath enotgh to speak. we called a
boy and cautioned him in taking the
bird to our house, to break the news
gently. Now since we have had tur
key for our Christmas dinner, we feel
That Throbbing Headache
Would quickly leave you if you used )r
King's New Life Pills. Thousands of sufferers
have proved their matchless merit fur sick and
nervous headaches. They make pure blood and
strong nerves and build up your health. Easy
to take. Try them. Only cents. Money
back if not cured. S ld by the R. t. Lorea
drug store. I 5
At the Baptist church last Sunday
night a union temperance service was
held under the auspices of the W'oman's
Christian Tmi(perance Union. Speeches
were made by llevs. F. W. Gregg, P.
B. Wells. Capt. D. J. Bradham. Messrs.
.Joseph Sprott and E. L. Wilkins. We
were not present at this meeting. but
we learn that the addresses were in the
interest of getting up an organization
to promote a prohibition sentiment in
this county so as to be ready to do bat
tle in the next State election and wheel
.'larendon into the Prohibition co]ulun.
In our opinion the temperance workers
can do good. effective work by aiding
in the enforcement of the dispensary
law: they will find that a strict enforce
inent of the law will prove a great help
to the temperance cause.
The Best Plaster.
A piece of flannel dampened with Chamber
lain's Pain Balm and bound to the affected
parts is superior to any plaster. When trou
bIed with lame back or pains in the side or
ches*. give it a trial and you are certain to be
nure than pleased with the prompt relief which
it affords. Pain Balm also cures rheumatism.
One application gives relief. For sale by The
R. B. Loryea Drug Stee. Isaac M. Loryea.Prop.
The dispensary at this place sold on
ast Saturday liquors amounting to $929:
this was followed on Monday with sales
of X998 in all $1,92; for two days. This
eems a large quantity of booze, but it is
hristmia . and from time immemorial
buman kind would drink eggnog on
hristmas, but when it. is considered
that this t1,927 worth of liquor is dis
tributed among. according to the cen
sus for Clarendon county. 28.184 peo
ple, it is not so much after all.
Averaging the liquor at $3 per gal
lon it would only be 642 gallons. and
lividing that number of gallons among
the 28.14 people it is found that it
Imounts to about 1-64 of a gallon, or a
half gill to the person. Christmas
omes but once a year and custom has
nade it that, for this event liquor is an
?ssential ingredient for puddings. sau
.es and other good things. Therefore
when we consider the many good uses
iquor is put to, we see no cause to be
:hocked at our population buying for a
;pecial occasion an average of one-half
rill of liquor. We have taken the care
o look into this matter for the benefit
)f those who may be horror-stricken at
he quantity of liquor sold, when they
near it told by those who eloquently
>lead that the "white banner of ten
>erance' be placed into their hands for
:hem to lead on to political victory. "Go
n, go on," is the battle cry of those
xho want the "white banner" placed in
their hands for leadership, but nary
:ime do they say "I went on, and fell
lown, let some one else take the ban
ie'. I'll swear to follow." Oh, no,
here is a difference between leading
mnd being led. However, the people
mnow the difference.
A Night of Terror.
'"Awful anxiety was felt for the widow of the
rave General Burnham of Machias, Me.. when
he doctors said she could not live till morning,''
rites Mrs. S. H. Lincoln. who attended her
hat fearful night. 'All thoug'd she must soon
ie from pneumonia. but she begged for Dr.
Eings New Discovery, saying it had more than
nee saved her life, and had cured her of con
umption. After three small doses she slept
~asily all rnight. and ite, further use completely
ured her.' This marvelous medicine is guar
nteed to cure all throat, chest and lung dis
ases. Only .;0e and $1. Trial bottles free at the
I. B. Lorvea dru:g sto re.I
A Grand Appeal.
Editor The Manning Times:
We read with interest the change
ade under the new law for p~ensions to
ix-Confederate pensioners-as to new
>lanks, new applications, etc.. etc.
rhis is essential, as system should pre
ail with methods and forms, showing
a just and equitable apportionment of
he approp)riatlon as required by law.
'But the all important question is.
h\lat will the pension be? The old
~oldier does not want any red tape tied
o that: the only thought now in mind
s, Can I keep the wolf from the door'
r the soul and body togethery Andi so
ear the sunset of life." Or as the fat
nous and lamented Georgian, the Hon.
Ienry W. Grady, in his appeal to Geor
ia for aid to the poor and depependent
eteran who had fought for the State
n the hour of need, and calling in his
fruitless appeal sent to the North for
ubscriptions to build a Confederate
ome in Georgia .said: "A stheir wounds
and rags have been exposed, even as
ere those of Blisarius of old and not
o the credit due their cheerful forti
ude and to the manliness of our people.
but let us take them to our own heai'ts
nd wear them there never to be p~a
raded with their limping gait. theit'
ounded bodies and shabby raiments
hrough the lines of strangers astking
lms. but somehow or other, God bless
hem, we shall manage to make their
ay to the grave gentle and tranquil.
though their comforts may' be seant and
their pleasures few. At least their feet
shall not be led in humiliation, as these
men fought to save our' honor. and let
them not be set on the cur'b stones of
f distant Babylon to stir the pity of
their ancient enemies or catch the
rumbs of a passing charity. wvhile God
n Mount Sinai has commanded us to
honor otir father's and our mothers."
Yes, noble sentiments from the im
mortal Grady. and in behalf of the thin
rey line we hope to see the jewel in
our immortal crown for love and yen
rati"on to the ti'ue and faithful.
Geolria answered the appleal of this
ood man, and since 1889 has contrib
uted large amounts to the pension cause
and recently the joint Assembly of Geor
ialapropriated a soldiers home for'
South Carolina has men like Geor
gia. Cannot our great men stir our
Stat'e in the old soldier's behalf before
too late? The small pittance given to
o few and as the remna~nt like the
mist before the morning sun, will pass
to history and no more promises neces
sary on the political hustings or pen
son act needed, but the question nowv
is. Does South Car'olina give her pen
sion accor'ding to her ability? We read
in the columns of the press every day
for' seveta years about the prosperity
and increasing wealth of our State,
financially strong and out of debt. and
when the'old soldier sees these things
he wondiers why, after treading the
wne-press5 alone cannot even partake
of the gi'apes of Eschol.
We hope our legislative bodies will
act generously and in keeping with the
great and loving issues of today and, in
keeping with the resources of our State.
grant pension appropriations worthy of
her honor' and her wealth and becom
ing the sons of kindr ed of ex-Confeder
a'e veteranrs, who hold nearly all the
powr inthe ltw-makin:I bodies of our
cotnty andi Statie. To d0 less would
dishonom' thme positiotu of South Caro
lna near the ilashiingr of the guns com
pred wit rh the pensions of the State of
Geo0.ria't and whine the State and coun
tv boards of peCnsions w~'ill dispose of the
little funids givxen them for distribution
to the best of their ability atnd to those
N...n.ca.reasonably hope for cood healtth
une-' hit" bowels move onc'' each day. When
hiisn tia t:ded to. diso rders of the stomach
aio. iiousess. headache. dyspe'psia and lilies
soon fiollow. If ron wish to avoid these all
mets keep your bowels rettuiar by taking
"Chamberl i's Stomach and LiVv Tablets when
reired. They are so easy to take an~d itmid
nd gentle in effect. For sale by 'rhe It. B. Lor
..a n..,,g Sor Isaw M. Lorymea. Prop.
Carolina falls far short of uecr auiniy ts
aid the pension boards in this grcat
and opportune work. and like her sister
State in the greatest civil war ever
waged. pass into history forever, which
will live long after great monuments
have crumbled to dust. and what will
be the history of our grand Palmetto
State ---comparing devotions to duties.
to State and memory of the brave?
Trusting to the generous and brave
for more pensions and less blanks. and
the blessings from a soldier in his even
tide to him who gives cheerfully and
not grudgingly. I.
St. Paul. S. C.
'.Ls signature is on crery box of tho gmuiu6
Laxative B;.orwcQuirine Tablets
'" remedy that caren a co!d in one de:
The Manning Academy.
The Academy will reopen Monday,
.anuary 7. 1901.
A Conimnercial Department. includ
iug Shorthand. Typewriting and Book
keeping will be in charge of a compe
tent gentleman. 'or terms. address
Mrs. E. C. ALSBP.OOK.
Read in another page tue combina
tion offer we are making. Through a
nisunderstanding several who took ad
vantage of this offer last year did not
et their papers promptly. but our
arrangements are such now, that every
person who pays up. and one year in
advance, and all new subs rihers. will
get this valuable farm journal promptly.
Remember you get THE TIMES and
Farm and Home for $1.~0.
F~or Tnfants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Leading Drug Store
OF CLARENDON COUNTY
resent the compliments of the season
to their many friends and patrons in
anning. Clarendon and adjoining
Counties and take pleasure in inform
ing them that they can supply their
wants for the
no matter how fastidious their tastes
Remember Absent Friends
by presenting them with any of the
Beautiful and Artistic Articles.
Ladies' Purses and Wallets. Sterling
Silver Fittings-all prices.
Lamps - a varied assortment - all
Pictures and Picture Frames-all
Figures and Ornaments from the
arkets of England. France, Germany
nd Austria-all prices.
Cups and Saucers. a complete collec
on, and at all prices.
MIirrors. Photogiraph Frames and Al
ums -all prices.
Toilet Sets complete. beautiful de
igns and colors. $2.25 to $3.
Vases-the largest and most artistic
ine ever displayed in M1anning. We
an surely please the most exacting.
Appointments for the Table. You
an make your tables present an attrac
tive appearance at t-small outlay.
Novelties in Green and White Glass
are at 10 cents each-a full line.
Christmas Cards-Full line. beauti
fully illustrated and with charming
Box Paper, Writing Tablets. Visiting
ards, Inks-all colors, Pen and Pen
olders: in fact everything pertaining
o the needs of the writer.
Books-Cloth and Paper Editions
ll prices and titles that space will not
ermit us to mention.
Tennev's Fine Bon Bons in superb
oxes, used by the elite of society, Pea
Extracts. Cologne. Toilet Waters, in
attractive bottles and boxes-all prices.
Toilet Soap-Every imaginable make.
Requisites for the Toilet.
Brushes and Combs, Nail and Tooth
Brush. Hand MIirror and Comb in
Sets, Hand Decorated.
Everything to please the children.
The largest and best assorted line of
andy to be seen anywhere.
We could go on entumerating indefi
nitely. but it would require all the col
.nsof TiHE MLANNING TIMES to do
so so we must desist. but our friendsg
and patrons are most cordially mnvit etu
o call and inspect our large stock and
hey will readily realize that the half
has not been told.
We add what the public is so fully
ware of. that we have the most thor
ODERN DRUG STORE IN CL.ENDON COUNTY.
W3Ir. J. E. Arant. Ph. G.. is in
harge of our Prescription Department
W3Iiss Olivia Ingram will be glad
to serve her friends with that courteous
attention which has always character
ISAAC Ei LOijYEA, Proprietor,
* Sig'u of tho
- Golden Mlortaur,
MANNING, S. C.
- 'FDHODNE NO. 2.
From Hartw~ell S. GayIarid,
A Deep) Red Bay Mlarc. heavy mane
that has been roached: heavy tail, trim
med short: large but short, bony legs
and heavy body: star in face and a deep)
scar en one ear with point protruding
out about three-fourths of an inch:
large head and neck; a little white on
some of its feet. The mare was stolen
on Saturday, 1~>th inst.
Any information regarding the above
desribed mare will be grateftully re
ceived and rewarded by the owner.
HARTWELL S. GAYLARD.
Sumter. S. C.
I have opened up a Sewing Mlachine
store next door to M1r. S. A. Rigby's
general merchandise store August 1st,
1900. I will carry the
888Il[j8 of 88Will Mo0i1l88 M008.
The new ball-bearing "New Home."
the he.st machine mane: also "New
Ideal"' and --Climiax.'" from $1$ to $40.
I sell on Instalment. Easy Payment
Plan. I clean and repa ir any kind of
macines for least mioney possible.
Cali and see me.
A. I. BARRON, Ag't.
ring 'ur Job Work to The Times office.
Our Low=Priced Good
Within the Reach of All Purses.
WE DEFY COMPETITION!
WE BEAT THE STATE
We purchased our goods months ago and our forehandedness i
reelected in every price we name you. If you only knew the factors
and mill prices on goods now :ou would know how to appreciate th<
prices we are offering goods at now. We are selling goods now a
really less than what they can be put in our house today.
We have a few more bales of yard-wide Sea Island Homesput
Best Calicos made at 5e. We have the cheaper grade goods also
3-lb. Quilt Rolls for 75c. our neighbors are selling at $1.
We are right up to you on anything.
L A D IE -:-"-:-"-:-"-:
If you need a second Hat we can make one for you at only
"TRlFLE" for we don't like to carry over any goods in tha1
line. Come in and see our Milliner and see what she can d<
See Our Remnant C6unters....
They have some goods on them that will put you to thinking,
Remember our great values in
If you have seen them then you know what they are, and :
not you have missed something.
If you don't see what you want then ask for it.
Yours for true values.
S- I. T I L. L., Proprietor
Wagon and Buggy Material,
__ Mill Supplies, Steam Fittings,
Cane Mills, Evaporators and,,
Guns, Pistols, Ammunition,
Guaranteed Pocket Cut
Varnish, Guaranteed Shears, -
Enamel W ,re, Harness,
.s Wooden Ware, Saddles,
Sporting Goods, Leather,
Bicycles and Bicycle Etc.,
Farm Implements, Etc.
Sheet Tin, Sheet Iron,
Nails, Wire, Horse Shoes,
SNuts, Bolts, H ammers,
SPunches, Chisels, Files andiSaws
Everything Pertaining to Our ILine,
*For Hioliday Shoppers |
ARE SIMPLY MARVELOUIS.
Just after Christmas we begin taking stock and we want to reduce
our entire stock to a small lump and we arc making things hum
when it c:omes to prices in ordier to do so.
3 Ldies' Fine Drcss Goods going for' almost a song and we dance to
SStaple Dry Goods at the same old pr'ices before the aidvance in
_raw cotton. -
$500 Stock of Men's and Boy's
Sto be sold between now and Christmas. and it's your chance to get a
good Suit for a mighty small price.
SShoes, Shoes--More Shoes.
The people arc still singing Rigby' prais for selling the best__
Shoe have a large stock of Shoes to be sold by January 1st arnd you
should see us and purchase a pair while they are low down.
Sgive to every child born in 1901 a pair of Shoes and you get them
Sfrom S. A. RiIGB3Y. They don't cost you anything.
A DOLL FREE!
SWhen you buy ten cents worth of Toys for cash from us. call for
Sa ticket entitling'yotu to a chance at the Lovely Dressed Doll that we
Swill give away Xmas eve night.
Our display of
Sare replete and you will tind them cheaper tha~n elsewhere. These
Weare showing a lovely line of fine China Cups and Saucers, Pmn
Tras.Bique Figures for Match Safes.
1 Al kinds of Fireworks.
3 Exressand Pony Wagons.
Dol Car riages, etc.
Ifact w e have something for everybody.
We are making prices to move Blankets and Comforts while the
Rugrs and Matting. i tri. tc A]..
iNMerry Chisra toAl
OLT.D RELI, TABTLTE
TO BE SOLD FOR CASH
or on easy terms, payable
15th next October, where
parties are able to give
good collateral securities.
German Kainit and
Those who wish to pay
the cash for fertilizers will
do well to see us before they
buy. We are able to quote
some very attractive prices
as we placed our orders
months ago when fertilizers
W. E. JENKINSON.
SThe Best in te World.
AS!~vo~ T~eThis is a~pretty strong asser
btio ito isake about anythng
Shoes who are making such
* cun~' thev consider that the leathe r
~~ ~deserves it. Give them a rial
FOR ME~N adi o r o aife
your MONEY WILL BE RE
beauty and tensile strengt h
and stylish shapes of our
Ladies' Shoe -
Hasealready won for it a large
ladies of Clarendn neeounty
its beauty, and one test wl
demonstrate its merits. -::
EVERY PAIR CUARANTEED.
e ncarry the best lieofs v
- Copyrighted, ask yoa to take our wordfor
I it, but come and see for your- -
OUR I.INE of SHOES is COMPLETE. ~
S Men's, Boys,' Women's and Children's Shoes, from Brogans
Sto a Fine Patent Leather, and we are not going to be undersold,
Snot even by those who claim to be sellhug at cost.
SOur Entire Line of
+ CTLOTHING, HATS,CAS
V NECK WEAR,
*H ALF HOSE, UMBREL -~
LAS, DR ESS SUIT CASES,
oEtc., in fact everything in our
S line was bought right and 4
L.--.~J... -J 1'
sp e dnt ehan tod ny dle nboasting, but we are the only
10 to 25 Per Cent -
on aningoo nyourfor your lieral patronage and hoping to serve
Syou in the future, we are
- Respectfully yours,
IC. DAIS & CO.I