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publishes All County and Town Of
MANNING, S. C., SEPT. 25, 1901.
Our Dress Making Department is
now open and we will be pleased to
serve the Ladies of Manning and Clar
endon county in this capacity when ever
they need any work done in this line.
Our Dress Making Department is un
der the supervision of Miss Osborne of
Baltimore, Md., a very competent
Dress Maker and Designer. In recom
mending Miss Osborne to the trade we
feel assured that she will give perfect
satisfaction for we have seen some of
her work she has turned out since she
came, and we feel contidant that she
has no equal as a Dress Maker in this
part of the State for style and the neat
way in which her garments are furnish
ed up. Ladies give us your work we
will do it as cheap as you can have it
done elsewhere and will GUARANTEE
DRESS GOODS AND SILKS.
It is a fact that goes without saying
that we carry the most complete line of
fine Dress Silks. Trimmings and fine
Millinery Goods* of any house in this
part of the State. Our line of Dres
Goods this fall contains all of the latest
Styles and Novelties.
V. E. JENKINSON.
Notice is hereby given that no advertise
ments will be changed In this paper where
the copy is brought in later than Saturday
Manning Street Car Schedule.
Leave Central Hotel corner 9:00 a. m. and 5:25
p. m. for the passenger trains, and the car will
also meet the freight trains. Arrangements
have been made with the agent at depot to tele
phone- when freight trains are approaching
Fare. 10 cents each way.
Rev. S. A. Nottles is visiting his sis
ter, Mrs. E. Alsbrook.
If you want a stylish Hat, get it from
Captain Purvis Nelson of Kingstree
was in Manning last Fr y.
Attend Till's Milliuery Opening Oct.
2nd. and 3rd.
The council has begun an artesian
well in front of the Central hotel.
Get your Hat from S. I. Till he has a
New York Milliner.
Died in Manning last Thursday' Mrs.
A. E. Turner, mother/In- of R. A.
Everything for the School Room.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
1-. 0. Purdy, Esq., of S ter spent
last Friday night and gain yester
day in Manning.
S. I. Till's prices are lower than ever,
he has nicer goods too.
For the past few dws there has been
a decided improva nt in the cotton
market at this plai.
"Kafeka'' what is it? Call at The R.
B. Loryea Drug Stone and ascertain.
Miss Christine \McK ,en of Sumter
is in Manning on 4 vt to the family
of Mr. Thomas Ni er,
- Fox River Butter and Full Cream
Cheese on ice at Manning rocery Co.
There seems to',be a ttori gin war
on, and the comnpeti on has forced a
great reduction in e price of ginning..
Rye Seed, plant the best, just ar
rived. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Czolgocz, the nirderer of President
Mcinley was cnedyesterday, and
sentence was si ~nded for a few days.
He will be electrocuted.
Sidney Woodward, the noted Tenor
Singer will return here Sept. 26, 1901,
at Levi Memorial Institute.
Come to Summerton Avant will sell
you goods cheaper than any one on
Married by Notar Pub - J. E.
Beard of New Zion, 1 trsday, Mr.
Charles Mcllvain a d - iss Maggie
Buddin a daughter ~the late J. P.
As usual we lead. Pearle Onion Sets
just received. The FL B. Loryea Drug
Mr. S.C.Williams, who has had a great
deal of exrperience in estimating the
crops in this county, has made a tour of
the county and he reports that there
will not be a half crop made..
Our Own Label read advertisement in
another column. The R. B. Lorvea
What is the name of the man that
sells goods so cheap at Summerton?
H. T. Avant.
On account of a rush of advertisments
coming late last week we were forced
to leave out several communicatiores,
but we hope the writers will appreciate
our regrets in having to leave matter
S. I. Till is known far and wide as
price maker on Millinery, so attend his
opening on the 2nd. and 3rd. of Oct.
One of Pi ewood's rs was in
town Saturday and tld us that he
can buy dry goseaper in Manning
than eisewhet .fd that he will transfer
his bank acco* t from another city to
Our Cologne is conceded to be the
best, a trial will convince. The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store.
When is Avant's Millinery Opening?
Tuesday and Wednesday Oct. 1st, and
2nd., at Summerton.
The freight trains on the Central
road has gone back to the old time sys
tern of alternate days. The experiment
of having a train up and another down
on the same day, was not warranted by
See Till's display of French Patern
Hats, Dress Goods, Silks, Laces, Capes,
Jackets and Furs, Oct. 2nd. and 3rd.
Only a word Longman & Martinez
justly popular prepared Paints always
lead tested by time. The FL B. Loryea
Miss Lucie Barron his tendered her
resignation as State Librarian, to take
effect with the ending of this month,
and we presume itiuat she will soon be
home again, buyt not for any great
length of time.
Clark's Favorite Baking Powder
still continues a prime favorite with
careful housewives. The R. B. Loryea
Goods can be bought in this town as
cheap as any town or city in the State.
We know of several of our advertisers
that are selling quantities of goods out
of the county, and it is the low prices
that attract the purchasers.
Norris Silver, North Stratford, N. IK
" I purchased a bottle of One Minute
Cough Cure when suffering with a
cugh doctors told me was incurable.
One bottle relieved me. the second and
third almost cured. To-day I am a
well man." - The R. B. Loryea Drug
lessrs H. Harby of Sumter and Mr.
F. Heller of Kingstree spent last Fri
day night in 'Manning. They came
here to look at the new stables of W.
P. Hawkins & Co. in which they are
interested. and without a doubt they
have as fine stables as can be found
any where. It is worth a visit to Man
ning to take a look at the mainmmoth
stables of W. P. Hawkins & Co.
All- Prescriptions are accurately,
skillfully - and promptlv filled, and
courtesy shown to those 'bearing them.
The R.'B. Loryea Drug Store.
Have' vou a sense of fullness in the region of
your stomach after eatinz- If so you will be
benefited by using Chamberlain s Stomach and
Liver Tablets. They also cure belching and
sour stomach. They regulate the howels too.
Price. !5 cents. Sold by The R. B. Lorya Drug
Store. Isaac M. Loryea. Prop.
It is now reported on what seems
good authority that since .ludge Bu
channan's defeat for Congress. he will
not stand for re-election to the .Tudg
ship. Judge Buehannan made a very
poor run, even in his adopted county.
There will be several candidates for
Judge of the 3rd, circuit among them
will be R1. 0. Purdy Esq.. and in our
opinion he will be the winner: Mr. T.
B. Fraser of Sumter, and 'Mr. George
Galletly, of Florence are candidates
When you want a pleasant physic try the new
remedy. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
let. They are easy to take and pleasant in ef
fect. Price. 25 cenis. Samples free at The R
B. Loryca Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryea. Prop.
Isiah McIntosh charged with a hein
ous crime some few weeks ago, was ar
rested at Greeleyville last Friday night.
In attempting to arrest him he resisted
and in trying to make his escape he
was shot by a colored man who was
aiding in making the arrest. He was
brought to Manning and lodged in jail.
Immediately on his arrival here, the
sheriff sumnoned medical care for the
man, and it was ascertained that his
injuries are serious though not necessa
Toilet Soaps, the largest and most
varied assortment ever shown; verify
our statement by calling and inspecting
same. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
THE TIMES management appreciates
the kind expressions it received on the
get up of last weeks issue. It was full
of interestiug matter and the expense
of getting it up has been repaid by the
way it was appreciated. We propose
to make this paper second to none in
the State and before the fall season is
over we will make THE TIMES the
pride of not only the households' of
Clarendon, but in the adjoining coun
ties as well.
When you see it in our advertisement
it is so. Toilet Soap 3 cakes for 10
cents the best value for the money ever
offered in Manning. The R. B. Loryea
Died last Thursday Judson Holliday
azed about 55 years. He was interred
in Oak Grove church yard on Friday.
The deceased was a member of the 23rd
regiment Co. I., commanded by Col.
E. L. Benbow. He was so severely
wounded that he was virtually an in
valid the rest of his life. It is said
when he was wounded the surgeons run
P silk handkerchief through him and he
did not murmer. He was a brave sol
dier, never faltered in his duty,and as a
citizen he was highly esteemed.
Courtesy extended to all our patrons
whether from the mansion or the cabin.
Miss Janie Ingram and Mr. Plumer
Clark, Ph. G., are with us and will be
pleased to see their friends. The R. B.
Ioryea Drug Store.
There are numbers of people who go
to the postoffice for their mail, that do
oct realize they are violating a law
when they attempt to enter the post
office for the purpose of taking mail out
f their boxes. It is against the law
ad those in charge of the postoffice
often find it embarassing to have to tell
these people to keep out of the office.
The fact of the door being left open .is
not an invitation to walk in. So keep
out of the private portion of the post
office, and save yourself and the post
aster from violation of law.
A never failing cure for !cuts, burns,
scalds, ulcers, wounds and sores is De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. A most
soothing and healing remedy for all
skin affections. Accept only the genu
ine. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Hon. J. M. Richardson of Panola had
the misfortune on last Thursday, of
getting a fine mule crippled on Big
Branch bridge, near the Hickory hill
plantation. He wrote S up er v is or
wens about the matter, but the Su
pervisor informs us that he had
recently repaired that bridge, and the
looring on it is 'oran new. These
accidents often result from the reck
lessness of drivers. A reckless driver
will go rushing over a bridge at full
speed, loosening the planks as he goes,
and if an accident occurs, the county
is looked to for pay.
I am satisfied that TEETHINA (Teething
Powders) have saved more children than all the
doctors put together. I have recommended
TEETHINA when the doctors gave up the
child. and it cured at once.
LOUIS F. WAIBEL, Ph. G.,
Druggist. St. Louis. Mfo.
For sale by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Died in Charleston last Monday night,
at St Francis Xavier's Infirmary Dr.
James McDowell James aged 27 years.
The deceased was a brother of Mrs. H.
D. Plowden of this town, and he was
well known in this county. Dr. James
had won a national reputation as a base
ball pitcher. He was a member of the
National league and played with some
of the best clubs in the. United States.
A few weeks ago while driving a spirit
ed horse in the town of Cheraw, his
home, he was thrown out and several
bones were broken. He was taken to
Charleston, and pneumonia and typhoid
fever set in. Although a giant in
strength, this handsome, and magnfi
cent speciman of manhood, could not
withstand the two diseases, and about
9:30 o'clock he succumbed. The editor
knew the deceased well, and we extend
to the bereaved family our sincere
Scott's Emulsion is not a
zd medicine for fat folks.
have never tried giving it
.real fat person. We don't
e. You see Scott's Emul
Sbuilds new flesh. Fat
o.ple don't' want it. Strong
ple don't need it.
But if you are thin Scott's
nulsion is the medicine for
u. It doesn't tire you out.
here is no strain. The work
Sall natural and easy. You
.zt take the medicine and
"t's all there is to it.
T'he next thing you know
.- feel better-you eat better
ad you weigh more. It is
;-end for free sample.
. B owVNE, Chemnists, 4(X).Pearl S:., N. Y.
...oG ai e $zom all dnoggmts
We have im. this issue a har pge
advertiseient from a new concern
about opening up in the city of Sumter.
which proposes to create a revolution
in the dry goods fauey goods, notions
anI novelty lines. The concern will
be known as the "New Bon Marche."
a branch of that tremendous and hand
some Bon Marche on King Street-in
Charleston. The establishment will
be conducted under the firm name of
A. Shahid & Brother with one of the
brothers in charge of the Sumter Store.
Mr. Shahid is having the store next to
the Bank of Sumter fitted up in grand
style and by next Saturday it will be
filled with a tremendous stock of dress
goods, millinery, fancy goods. the la
test in novelties, and the New Bon
Marche of Sumter will be in the fight
for the trade. The Shahid Brothers
are active young business men with
plenty of cajpital to back them ani we
can assure the public that their store
will be one of the attractive establish
ments in that thriving city. Be on the
look out for their advertisements.
iight Was Her Terror.
I would cough nearly all night long." writes
Mrs. Charles Applegrate of Alexandria. Ind..
-and could hardly et any sleep. I had con
umption so bad that if I walked a block I
would cough frightfully and spit blood. but.
xhen all other medicines failed. three $1 bottles
>f Dr. King's New Discovery wholly cured me
and I gained 5 pounds." It's absolutely guar
anteed to cure Coughs. Colds. LaGrippe. Bron
chitis and all Throat and Lung Troubles. Price
50 and $t. Trial bottles free at The R. B. Lor
yea Drug Store.
The town of Manning observed "Mc
Kinlev day" last Thursday by suspend
ing all business from 12 to 1 o'clock,
and during the suspension of business
the occasion was made appropriately
solemn by the tolling of every church
bell, also, by orders of the mpnicipal
authorities the town bell was tolled.
The Levi Memorial Institute assembl
ed its 200 or more scholars, and after
fervent, devotional exercises, Profess
or Pugh give the children a brief talk
on the life and character of the deceas
ed President, then the children were
presented with badges of crape and re
quested to wear them, after which the
school was dismissed. It was a solemnly
beautiful sight to see so many children
with badges of mourning on their arms
in honor of the memory of the Presi
dent of the United States.
We are told that Professor Pugh's
talk to the children was very affecting
and that he was so filled with emotion
that he could with difficulty only, make
his words andible. The honor paid the
memory o. .ais noble man, was very
fitttng, and it will teach the young to
have a loftier idea of mankind and of
our government. It will inculcate a
spirit of patriotism and loyalty, a spirit
that should be in every American
Working Twenty-Four Hours a Day.
The:-e's no rest for those tireless little work
ers-Dr. King's New Life Pills. Millions are
always busy. curing Torpid Liver. Jaundice.
Biliousness. Fever and Ague. They banish Sick
Headache. drive out Malaria. Never gripe or
weaken. Small, taste nice. work wonders. Try
them. 25c at The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. 2
The Superintendent's office will be
open on Monday, Thursday and Satur
day of each week for the exchange and
sale of school books.
L. L. WELLS,
[28-3t Co. Supt. of Ed.
C A.O T C LE 2a
Be e The Kind You Have Always BougM
Sidney Woodward, the popular and
noted Tenor Singer has been invited,
and will return here Thursday, Sept.
26,190 1, to give a song recital at Levi
Memorial Institute, assisted by local
talent. It will be conducted as hereto
fore upon a very high order.
The general approval by the white
press of the State and the liberal and
generous patronage he receives from the
white people as well as his own race
entitles him to a full house at the Insti
tute, by the people of the town and
He is a graduate of the Boston Con
servatory of music also that of Dresden
Germany and has had the honor of
singing 'before the most refined au
dienes of Europe and this country.
Reserved seats 35cts., Admission 25cts.
B. W. Pursell, Kintersville, Pi., says
he suffered 25 years with piles and
could obtain no 'relief until 'DeWitt's
With Hazel Salve effected a perman
ent cure. Counterfeits are worthless.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Trustees are now required by law not
to employ any teacher until their cer
tificates are registered in the Superin
tendent's office. Trustees please take
due notice and govern yourself accord
ingly. L. L. WELLS.
Co. Supt. of Ed.
Sept. 25, 1901.
We are told that some, of Manning's
business men are not pleased with what
we had to say about this market, and
the methods which have heretofore
been employed here. Now it is well to
be open, honest, and frank with all
mankind, and if there are any business
men in this town wvho do not like our
remarks. we wvill say to such, that we
are not running' this newspaper to help
them to enrich themselves to the ulti
mate ruin of the town. We are run
ning this newspaper in the interests of
the people of Clarendon County and
when ever we believe there is any
thing being done which is injurious to
the people, it is a part of our duty to
lend our efforts to stop it. This news
paper has the reputation of being
Ifrank and open, and if any who are
Idissatisfied with our utterances, desire
it. we will give them free use of these
columns to justify themselves before
the people. The business man, wheth
er he be a cotton buyei' or a tobacco
warehouse juggler, -who can justify his
methods of doing business which has
caused thousands upon thousands of
pouds of tobacco to be taken to other
markets, and hundreds of bales of cot
ton to be sold elsewhere is welcome to
our columns. Let him show where we
have said one word that we were not
fully justified in saying. No. instead
of growling about the editor of THE
TIMES, go to work with changed
methods to win back the lost business.
There are some merchants in this town
who realize the necessity of our arous
ing the business element to their in
terests, and these are anxious to do any
thing which will bring about a better
condition; so much so. that they are
seriously thinking of putting a man on
the streets to buy cotton from the
wagons, and they also seriously think
ing of bettering our tobacco market.
We are convinced that the agitation
has opened the eyes of a number of bus
iess men, and from now on, we will
have an improved condition. That the
agitation has done good we have nc
doubt, and we expect the merchants oi
this place to prove to the people tihat the
day for one-sidedness is past, an:1 every
effort will be made to induce the farmer
to come to Manning. It is true, there
are some farmers living in sections oi
the county, who on account of the dis
tane do n'ot come here, but we be
lieve, with determination, even these
can be induced here.
Manning has had a bitter experience,
from the loss of trade, because her bus
iess men were not on the alert to theii
own interests, but things are differeni
now, if ther-e is anything in what met
say. We can look forward now witi:
more hope for the future: the farmei
can bring his cotton and if one buyei
has no limit, there are others now whc
have, and prices will be full and strong,
- rpeUner am Oun More I
A Fireman's Closc Call.
Istulk to my cngine. although every j.iit
actbed and every nerve was racked with painl.
writes C. W. Bellamy. a locomotive tireman of
Burlington. Iowa. -I was weak and pae. with
out any appetite and all rnn down. As I was
about to zive up. I got a bottle of Electri Bit
ters and. after taking it. I felt as well as I ever
did in my life." Weak. sickly. run dowii people
always gain new life, strength and vigor from
their use. Try them. Satisfaction vuranteed
by The Rt. B. Loryea Drug Store. Price 50
Cities Without ums.
Berlin has none of the horrible areas
which disgrace London and so many
other English towns. Even in the poor
est quarters the dwellings are good,
the streets well paved, clean and com
paratively wide. It also has no slums
in the English sense of the word.
Kioto, in Japan, and Sevastopol, in
Russia, both boast an absence of slums
and paupers. In England the largest
manufacturing .town which is free from
this reproach Is probably Huddersfield,
and after that would come Leaming
ton Spa and London by the Sea.-Pear
his signature is on every box of tho genuine
Laxative Bromo=Quinine Tablets
ho remedy that cares a cold in one dny
Writing For Money.
Foild Father-Yes, my boy at the var
sity has written several articles for the
Friend-But be's not a professional
"What do you mean by 'profession
"Why, he doesn't write for money?"
"Doesn't he? You ought to see some
of his :etters to me."-Exchange.
Henry Braydon, Harris, N. C., says:
"I took medicine 20 years for asth:'na
but one bottle of One Minute Cough
Cure did me more good than any thing
else during that time. Best Cough
Cure. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
A Tour of the Escurial.
It requires about four days to make
an investigation of the Escurial, the
great Spanish palace, there being such
a multitude of rooms and apartments.
To travel all the halls, chambers, corri
dors, lengths and depths of the great
palace would require a tour amounting
to over 100 miles.
At no Time is Man Secure from Attacks of
such disorders of the stomach as cholera
morbus, cramps and diarrhoea; but
these complaints are common during
the heated term, when it is dangerous
to neglect them. .PAIN-KILLER is a
remedy that has never failed and the
severest attacks have been cured by i:.
Avoid substitutes, there is but one
Pain-Killer, Perry Davis'. 25c. and
Proprietor-I am satisfied with yor
work, Pusher, and I will raise your
salary from $10 to $12 a week; but,
onind, that does not mean, that- you
must go and get married on the
strength of it-New York Times.
WANTED-SEVERAL PERSONS OF CHAR
ater and good reputation in each state (one In
this county required) to represent and adve~r
tse old established wealthy business house of
solid financial standing. Salary $18.00 weelkly
with ex:penses additional all payable in cash
each Wednesday direct from head offlets.
Horse and carriage furnished, when necessary.
References. Enclose self-addressed stamped
envelope. Manager. 316 Caxton Building. Utn
Assumes the responsibility of many
lines. A word as io such goods as co:ne
under our Label.
Our "Acme" Br'and
Green and Black ...
Is unsurpassed in quality and flavor:
tea drinkers realize this. While Te i is
a leading article of household use among
all classes yet it has never received
suticient attention in this country.
Tea is not a new discovery, you can get
Tea almost any where: the main qules
tion is where to get real high grade
Tea for the least money.
No efforts have been spared in secur
ing the very best grade of Teas at
prices to meet the r'equirements of the
An Exceedingly High Grade Tea
In Green and Black at an exceedingly
WE SIMPLY LEAD!
~SAAC M, LORYEA, Proprietor;
Golgn of the
MANNINO, S. C.
- 'IDHONE NO. 2.
I" Mail Orders receive immdeliate
15 Courteous attention extended to
J. H . IMONS .C .
Mannig, S C.,Sept 1091
STEP IN PLE AS
'S AND 'S
We are at this writing, and hiave been1 for s'ome timie attending
right to our PMs and Qs in order to be able to show our pat
rons a line of
Fall and Winter Suits
8 that's different-that is different in style, in make and in price,
from the Suits nearly every store has.
Our Spread is ready and you are inyited in to see it. Every
style that fashion has smiled upon is here, and every suit-as it
comes to us goes to you, at a bargain.
THE SWELL DRESSER comes here for his swell suit.
THE CONSERVATIVE flAN comes h'ere for his well made
good looking, conservative suit.
THE ]lAN WHO CONSIDERS PRICE comes here to get the
most for his money and N 0 N E go away dissatisfied.
D. J. CHANDLER,
Fu rri isher
SUMTER, S. C.
S. A RIGBY 'igs.
Fast Coming Store.:
TWO WEEES GPnLATEST BAEGAflS :
Never to beForgotten!*
SWill be the kind of values and prices which we have prepared
- for TWO WEEKS offerings, and just to show what this mneans
we make mention of the many remarkable values to be found $
here, and even if we mentioned more of them it would not fully
serve the purpose, as it is absolutely necessary that you should
~,visit " The Rigby 'Store " this season in order to appreciate the .
Smoney-saving prices at which thoroughly reliable and stylish
W merchandise is being sold. Come here and investigate the mat-"
Ster and y.ou will find the saving more than you would think pos
8Astonishing Ofers in Dress Goods. ;
Here's some special values that have never before been of
fered in the history of the dry goods business and perhaps may
nvragain be placed before the people, so come early and don't
miss this opportunity.
S25 pieces Novelty Dress Goods. 38-inch Fancies, and every lady
These goods are worth 15e that sees them says they are
per yard, but for this sale 10c well worth 40c the yard; they &
~.Brocaded and Figured D)ress are yours for........30c ,a
SGoods, double width, and a Right here we must call your
fine assortment of styles and special consideration of our
__ are worth 20ec; for next two Fine Dress Goods, consisting
weeks........ ..........12e of all the new Weaves and
S36-inehGraniteand40-inch Fig- iFobries that we are offering C
uired Dress Goods, in a line of at a Big Discount off durn
Fine Colorimes; special.. ..24c this our Twvo Weeks Sale.
3SILES.-New and euifl
S We have on dlisplay the finest and( most beautiful stock of g
Black and Colored Silks and Satins, Black Silks for Skirts, g
SBlack Silks for Waists, Colored silks, Colored Satins, etc., ever 4
o laced before the trade. Each and every piece is new and crisp.
S peci ally cheap are our Satins, D~eAustria ror lining the Tailored
SSuits, just............................--.---------.----- -- 100
S SPECIAL TWO WVEEKS IBARGAINS. - Each and every
Spiece of these goods is this season's new styles.
New Standard Print Cloths. Lead Pencils.......... .....1 $
~'New Percales. Good vard-wide or' 12 for................10c
S Bleach, softz finish,'at .... 5e Ladie& White Hem Stitched
SGood Outing, regular 5e goods, Handkerchiefs, good value.
for .....................4 -- for .....................5c
SBed Ticking at.. .............or ii for................25c
SMA LL WEAR.-Bargalns. Misses' Black Ribbed Hose, fu ll
Good~long Slate Pencils,5 for 1c fashioned, for...... .....- e
OOD SHOES.-Yu otuiit Now.
S We have placd on our counters now. anid until they are all sold. many rare bar
~ ains in odd sizes of Shoes for Men and Women. and if your size is among the lot it
wilbe the chapest pir of Shoes .vou haeeve:t owndcmotbelieohe
@ for MIen, Women and Children in this town. They comprise the always reliable
SHA MILTON-BROWN manufacture.
SPECIAL FOR THE TWVO WEEK.Children's School Shoes. Men's Fine
Sesand Ladies' Dress Shoes. Ask about our Western-Made Ladies' Shoes for
To ubr tl drese y ou should. if you are a man, wear our "American Gentle
f o re a woman wear our" American Lady*" Shoe. You won't find them
anywhere else bamt in our store.
Clothing, Hats and Furnishings.
S The most wonderful line of Fine Clothinir you will ind in our store.
v e 1)lace all our neFl lts ot n mark them ai, the closest pos-.ible caish
t igures to please you.
Collars and Cuffs.
Have you ever given our Furnishintgs a look overi Well, if you have not you
have been payin ot oe oney for th sone oodis, or s:ie money.o orr'
ways give our special care, and we arc offering sonme wonderful Ha-rrains.
S We sell all kinds of GROCERIES. too. and that's all youl wnit to know.
B Our Great Fall and Winter Opening of
Pattern Hats, Dress Goods and
-Silks, Latest Styles in Cloaks and .
Wraps will take place on Wed
nesday and Thursday, October 2
We are specially desirous of having every lady in
Clarendon county attend this opening and witness this
grand display of
Fine Millinery &
~ Dress Goods,
fft and Wraps.
or- Ladies, we welcome you all and we will try to make
the day as pleasant for you as we possibly can. We will,
however, send out no special printed invitations, as it is
almost impossible to reach all of our -many friends and
C customets, and those who don't get them naturally feel.
slighted, therefore we will not send them out, and Will
only extend a general invitation through the columns of
the papers, and hope all who are interested in styles and
fashions will attend.
Remember the Days...
WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY,
.. OCTOBER 2AND 3.
i.- B E JN KIN..SUON.
You are able to get something now that you
* lave heretofore been missing.
Come and see our
0 of the latest and prettiest styles of HAND-MADE
~'LADIES' AND MISSES' HATS, which will occur
SWEDNESDAY & THUSDAY
OCTOBER 2AND 3.
- I saw that this town needed a good Milliner, so ~
- I secured an up-to-date Milliner ofNew York'who - -
wvill try her best to satisfy all our customers.
D. HIRSCHMANN :
Feathers Curled and Fixed for Ever One of Our '
o ustomiers FREE OF CMARGE
Money. Also a Large Line of Clothing, Shoes,
9-Where Did You -|
Get That Hat?N
Millinery Opening Oc
tober 1 and 2, at Sum-i
9-You ar idyinvited
:to call and see our dis
H. T. AVANT.i