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L4OUIS APPEALT, Editor.
MANNING, S. C., NOV. 20. 1901.
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Entered at the Peta'mlee at Mannin' as See
ond Class matter.
REORGANIZATION IS THE ONLY REMEDY.
We are asked to say, "if the
Democratic party as now organ
ized is a failure, what can be
done to bring the party back in
to good standing and confidence
with the people?" The first
thing to determine, is the Demo
cratic party as now organized, a
failure? In 1896, the country's
condition was such that the ar
guments for a more elastic money
circulation found great favor
with the masses in the South,
and in some parts of the West,
"the Democratic party went into
the campaign with every prom
ise of success. The Republican
party, representing nearly all
of the invested capital of the
country was thoroughly alarmed,
as William Jennings Bryan went
over the land and from the plat
form of a railroad train, preach
ed the doctrines of free and
unlimited coinage of silver
at a ratio of sixteen to one and,
various other ideas that had
been the tenets of the Populist
party of Nebraska and Kansas.
The country was wild and en
thusiastic, everything pointed
to Democratic victory, notwith
standing the fact that some of
the ablest men of the party whose
counsels before that time, were
eagerly sought, refused to be
drawn into what they termed
"the capture of the Democratic
party by a band of Populists
whose theories of government
were little short of socialism and
anarchy." These men stayed
out, and either voted for Palmer
and Buckner, candidates of the
gold Democracy, or directly for
William McKinley the Republi
can nominee; the result was.
that the Democratic party went
down in defeat. It was said that
the morey power did the work,
that the masses at heart were
with us; grant this to be true,
what good is it for the "masses
at heart" to be with us, when the
"masses" go to the polls and
with their fingers place in the
ballot box a ticket against us.
It is not how the "masses at
heart" are, it is how they vote
that does the work.
The party leaders mn order to
swing on to their control, sent
Bryan to lecturing throughout
the States that the Populistic
fires would be kept burning,
and wherever there was a poli
tician who got in on the free
silver platform, regardless of
our crushing defeat, he used
the ingenuity he could commantd
to keep the people from making
any change,- because changes
would likely result in a repudia
tion of leadership. The people
of the South listened to the
wooing of their leaders who
clung to the ship that carried
them into a polit cal heaven, and
again in 1900 accepted the lea-j
dership of Mr. Bryan with his
once repudiated ideas, under the
promise that the money power,
not having fulfiled the pledges
made in the proceeding cam
paign would be wiped off the
earth. Again we threw aside all
principle and combined with all
things earthly to make the fight;
we made combinations with Pop
uhists, Socialists, Republicans,
Laborites, Anarchists, Single
taxers, and everything or po
litical organization that could
give us a promise of votes. We
went into the campaign
fighting trusts and the Republi
cans proved that the chairman
of our national committee was
at the head of a trust, we fought
the Republicans and they proved
that the head of our ticket never
voted a Democratic ticket in his
life until he was the nominee for
office. We denounced Mark Han
na as a dictator and a boss, and
it was shown that our Chief not
only dictated the action of our
convention, but refused to stand
upon the platform if his wishes
were not sustained. At every
turn we made, the Republicans
were there to meet us; when we
said the people were depressed,
they confronted us with the
dinner-pail overflowing with
We simply permitted the bull
headedness of -incompetent and
selfish leaders to shake the nig
at us and frighten us into fasten
ing their hold upon our politics.
The Democratic party as at pres
ent organized is a dead failure,
and there is no way under the
sun to bring us out of the mire
of disappointment, without a
complete renunciation of leader
ship; we must select new men,
with new ideas, such as have
the breadth of mind to accept
theories of governmental policy
as will benefit the country, with
out first consulting with a party
leader as the effect on the party's
prospects. What we need are
men who can study the needs of
the country and have the man
hood to urge their rviews, whether
or not it pleases a set of profes
sional politicians, whose idea of
statesmanship extends only to
trying to put the opposition par
ty in an embarassing position.
present day statesmen, are hold
ing down fat positions, and to
keep holding them down they
resort to all kinds of obstructive
methods, and to the inflaming of
sectional prejudices. This class
will not consent to permit the
people having an opportunity to
be their own judges, until the
people arouse themselves and
show these men that they de
mand their rights: when this is
done the politicians will vie with
each other trvingi- to secure what
the people demand, but for the
people secure the rights that
their manhood deserves, the pol
iticians manipulating party ma
chinery must be made to see the
handwriting on the wall. In our
judgment our only hope for an
other Democratic victory, is the
tearing out of the old ship, the
planks of Populism, Socialism
and repudiated leadership.
STATE OF OHIO. CITY OF T, ILED.0
FRANK J. CH ENEY makes oath that he is the
senior partner of the firm of F. J. CHENEY &
Co.. doing business in the city of Toledo. county
and State aforesaid. and that said firm will pay
the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for
each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH CURE.
FRANK J. CHENEZY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my pres
ence. this 6th day of December. A. D. Mc-6.
A. W. G-LEASO'N.
SEAL. Notary Public.
Hal's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and
acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system. Send for testimnoials. free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. 0.
Sold by druggists. 75c.
Hall' Family Pills are the best.
BE ASHAMED OF YOURSELF, SIR.
The Florence Times must be
hard pushed for material when
it cold-bloodedly endeavors to
make it appear that we defended
the appcintment of George W.
Murray for the office of Deputy
Collector. We distinctly said that
we did rot approve of the ap
pointmeit, and condemned it,
and gave as our reason that it
would be used by the opponents
of Progressive Democracy, as
capital to poison the minds of the
people. Our object in giving an
expression on the Murray ap
pointment, after the Columbia
State's labored "Comedy in pol
itics," was to show The State's
attitude when Murray was mak
ing a canvass of the State solicit
ing subscriptions for that paper
and money to fee lawyers at,
Washington to fight our registra
tion laws in the United States
supreme court. Murray was
then fighting a cause which the
State editorially was also fight
ing-both were doing their ut
most to upset our State constitu
tion, anc. had they met with suc
cess the supremacy of the white
man would have been jeopard
We reiterate our disapprova.
of appoi:ating any colored man to
office, buit from what we gather
from the~ollector's statement, the
appointraent of Murray was not
of his choosing. However, if the
authorities that commissioned
the Collector made this req uire
ment the Collector could not
help himself-it may have been
a case of appointing Murray or
not get the commission- The
office of Deputy Collector is one
that had just been resigned by a
coloredl man, and is one with
which the people have little to
do, unless it is those who deal in
liquor without a United States
The new Collector has recent
ly appointed a Mr. Harper to a
similar position, and those who
know the gentleman declare him
to be a substantial citizen, and a
true blue Democrat, but this ap
pointment has been ignored by
those who are fighting McLau
rin. The present federal admin
istration seems disposed to make
appointments which will not be
obnoxious; at the same time it
does not intend to give all of the
places to Democrats, and it
should not be expected. As we
understand the policy of Presi
dent Roosevelt, .he will appoint
such Republicans as in his judg
ment are fit, and where such are
not presented to him, he will dis
regard party and appoint Demo
The opponents of Senator Mc
Laurin would be doing the peo
ple a greater service. if they
would drop their tactics of mis
representation, and show by ar
gument where he is wrong in the
governmental policies he is ad
vocating. The fact that an oc
casional subordinate appoint
ment goes to a negro when
a Republican administrationi
is in power, has not a thing
to do with the great ques
tions that will soon occupy the
attention of Congress. We re
gret to see such a man as the
editor of the Florence Times
twisting our editorial expressions
to make them appear totally dif
ferent from their meaning.
Fight fair, friend Ayer,and your
consciece will be easy.
Food Changed to Poison.
Putrefyinz food in the intestines produces ef
fects like th-ose of arsenic, but Dr. Kinags New
Life Pills expel the po'sons from clogged bow
els. gently, easily but surely. curing Constipa
tion. Biliot sness. Sick Headache. Fevers, all
Liver Kidrey and Bowel troubles- Only 25e at
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. 4
The Greenville Mountaineer
is laboring under the imnpression
that Ed Deas who was supplan
ted by G. WV. Murray as a deputy
revenue collector, is "a decent
young white man," or r-ather it
attempts to create such aii im
pression. We are not surprised
after what took place last summer
when pledges had to be iled
with the State~ Chair-man. Every
body knows that Ed Deas is a
coloed man and has always oc
cupied a prominent and active
position in the Republican party.
He even came to Manning in
1890, and made a speech on the
Court House square advocating
the election of Judge Haskell
for Governor: it is possible the
Mountaineer got under the im
pression that Deas was "-a decent
young white man," because he
Senator Tillman is posing be
fore Western audiences, deliver
ing lectures as the hired man of
a lecture bureau. A great many
are under the impression that
the Senator is touring the
country in the interest of the
peopleo and is giving these talks
out West that those people
ni(ht understand the people of
the South better. No, the Sen
ator has become a professional
jaw-worker, and his jaw is his
capital stock to do business with,
and when he goes out to talk, it
must pay him. He has reached
that stage of prominence where
its no money, no talk. Last
summer he Was invited to make
a speech at a place in Kershaw
(-ountv, ii this Stat,. and a col
lection was taken up for himn.
We do not blame him for mak
ing his tongue pay, but we do
blame him for permitting his
friends to go on creating an imi
pression that his excursions in
the West (re for the people's
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When you have no appetite.
When you have a bad taste in the mouth.
When your liver is torpid.
When your bowels are constipated.
When you have a headache.
When you feel bilious.
They will improve your appetite. cleanse and
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Store. Isaac M. Loryea. Prop.
The speech of Senator Mc
Laurin delivered before the
Southern Spinners Association
was a strong presentation of his
side of the questions of govern
ment aid to our merchant marine,
the policy of developing our for
eign possessions,and the building
of the isthmaian canal. The en
tire trend of his argument was to
show that in all of these matters
the South will get a great ad
vantage, and the planters of cot
ton, rice and other Southern pro
duce will be the beneficiaries. It
was our good fortune to listen to
the delivery of this address, and
it struck us as the talk of a busi
ness man looking to the upbuild
ing of the land of his birth. There
was nothing of the petty politician
in his remarks, and for about one
hour he entertained about 500
Southern business men whose
money is invested in the upbuild
ing of the South. The applause
and the expressions of approval
from these men convinces us that
there must be force in Senator
McLaurin's position, and when
the Senatorial campaign comes
on, the people should have the
privilege of listening to the ar
guments. that may judge for
themselves whether or not they
endorse his views.
Jumped on a Ten-Penny Nail.
The little daughter of Mr. J. N. Powell jumped
on an mnverted rake made of tea-penny nails and
thrust one nail entirely through her foot and a
second one-half way through. Chamberlain's
Patn Balm was promptly applied and five min
utes later the pain had disappeared and no more
suffering was experienced. In three days the
child was wearing her shoe as usual and with
absolutely no discomfort. Mr. Powell is a well
known merchant of Forkland, Va. Pain Balm
is an an antiseptic and heals such injuries with
out maturation and in one-third the time re
quired by the usual treatment. For sale by The
R..B. Loryea Drue Store. Isaac M. Loryea. Pro
Ole Uncle Finn was a good ole chap,
But he never seemed fer to care a rap.
If the sun forgot
To rise some day.
Jutst like as not
Ole Firnn would say:
" Oncommon dark, this here we's in,
But 'taint so bad as it might 'a' been."
But a big cyclone came 'long one day,
An' the town was wrecked and blowed
When the storm had passed
We stood around,
And thought at last
Ole Finn had found
The state 'o things he was buried in
About as bad as it could 'a' been.
So we dug 'im out 'o the twisted wreck
And lifted a rafter off his neck.
Eewas bruised an' cut.
And a sight to see:
He was ruined, but
He says, says he,
With a weak look 'round and a smash
ed-up gr-in. ~i ih a
"'Tain.'t half so badasimgh''
But after all, it's the likes o' Finn
Makes this world fit fer lii'in.
When days are drear
And skies are dark.
It's good to hear
Some ole cuss bark,
4. Now, see here. son!'' with a cheer
"'Tain't half so bad as it might 'a'
. -Newai-k Evening News.
To the Public.I
Allow mae to say a few words in praise of
Chamberlains Cough Remedy. I had a very
severe cough and cold and feared I would get
pneumonia. but after taking the second dose of
this medicine I felt better: three bottles of it
cured my cold and the pains in my chest disap
peared entirely. I am most respectfully yours
for health. R ALPH S. MEYEas. 64 Thirty-seventh
street. Wheeling. W. Va. For sale by The R.
B. Loryea Drug store. Isaac M. Loryen. Prop.
Wily Col. Jones Delighted.
Col. Wilie Jones last night ex
pressed himself as delighted at
the manner in which the people
of the State have received his
suggestion that Wade Hampton
should be elected to the United
States Senate. He stated that
he had received many letters
from over the State and had
heard a great many leading men
express themselves, and in every
instance the suggestion had
been received favorably. Re
gardless of former party align
ments the people had shown an
eagerness to do honor to Gener
al Hampton. He had not heard
from Gen. BHampton directly, but
had heard indir.ectly, that if the
people so willed the old war
horse would go back into bar-:
ness.-The State, 10th instant.
This shows how a man can
fool himself. Tfhe men who
have written letters to Col. Jones
and expressed themselves in his
It is Easy to Say
"B'le careful.'' but we must all go
from heated houses into chill outer air.
and the change sets us coughing and
wheezing. Avoiding winter colds is
dificult: curing them is not hard if
you take Allen's Lung Balsam. Bet
ter begin when the cold is young and
not watt until it settles deep into the
lungs, for then, even with Allen's Lung
hearing are simp.y the men who
are the most favorably inclined
toward his suggestion. If the
papers of the State furnish any
indication of general sentiment,
he has very little to delight him
in the lir.e of his suggestion.
Nearly all of them would rejoice
to see Gen. Hampton vindicated,
but few that we have seen think
that sending him back to the
Senate is to be seriously consid
ered. Few men have the re
quisite vitality between their
85th and 91st years to make ac
tive and alert United States
Senators. To prove that Gen.
Hampton is an exception, it is
rrcalled that a few months ago
ho rode horseback in a proces
sion. but people also remember
that on many public occasions.
when he had been invited and ex
pected to attend, it was announc
ed that owing to the infirmities
of age, the old hero was unable
to be present.
The proposition, coming from
Col. Jones and at the time it did,
carries less force with it then. if
it had been made by some one
who hadk never been mentioned
in connection with the senator
ship. In the first place, there
has never been anything to in
dicate that Col. Jones stood any
chance of election. Then he
had already announced that for
business reasons he could not af
ford to accept the position. He
did not think of Hampton until
he had declared himself out of
the race, then he stepped back
into the ring and suggested that
the other candidates all with
draw and give Wade Hampton a
unanimous nomination. The oth
er candidates do not think there
fore that he made any sacrifice,
and his suggestion, at the best,
could have no better effect than
to subject them to a little em
barrasment which he had no
right to thrust upon them. It
also drags Gen. Hampton into a
position that is more likely to
bring him mortification than
Editor The Manning Times:
The Connor Mounted Rifle Company
was inspected here Saturday by Gen
eral Floyd. Quite a large crowd gath
ered to witness the drilling and to hear
the speech delivered to the company
by General Floyd. The general com.
plimented the "boys " on their neat
ness of apparel and arms, and also o:2
Misses Sallie and Allene Richbourg
of St. Paul are visiting relatives and
friends in this community.
The dinner given by the ladies of the
Methodist church here Saturday was
quite a success, a nice little sum of
money being realized as a reward cf
Mrs. J. W. Mims and children spent
a: ew days at the home of Mr. Mims,
senior, near Silver, last week.
Mr. Bailey, the Methodist pastor at
this place, preached his farewell ser
mon here last Sunday to a large con
November 18, 1991.
WHERE YOU CAN
If you like this method, buy of us;
we will give you most and the best for
the least money.
OUR MOTTO IS:
NIMMER. has been in business here
only a few years and during this time
he has established a reputation that
can't be blemished.
We write this advertisement for the
benefit of those who never have done
much buying of him. Come and buy
once and'you certainly will call again.
If you want to buy by wholesale he
wiil be pleased to sell you this way.
We keep on hand a large amount of
We can sell Apples by the barrel low
down for cash or retail them for less
money than any one else.
Tobacco Line .
is strictly first class. Cigars by the
thousand, such as
PRINCE OF INDIA and
These brands know no repetition, as
people who have tried them know what
they are-only 5c apiece.
Chewing Tobacco of various brands.
Buy your Tobaccos of us, we will save
you money. .
We quoted our Canned Goods prices
in last week's issue of this paper.
We will mention a few articles. The
first we mention is our Sardines.
Nice Imported French Sardines, from
15c to 25c per can.
Mustard Sardines. put up in large
boxes, only 10c.
5c Sardines by the 1 ,000 or anything
else you want in the canned line low
dow n for cash.
Give us a sh.owing and you will cer
tainly come and buy again.
Opposite Court House,
Red and Green Front,
His Foot Was In the Way.
A gentlemanly chap riding in an ele
vated car permitted the sight of a
man's foot in the middle of the aisle to
exasperate him to a most unreasonable
degree. Women tripped over it. Men
stepped over it. A few folk purposely
dragged their feet against it as a hint.
But its owner calmly read his paper
and moved not. Finally. "I beg your
pardon, my friend," said the gentlemanu
ly chap, leaning down, his face set and
teeth clinched, "but don't you think you
are taking up more room than you are
entitled to? Your foot has been in ev
ery one's way for half an hour. I pro
The man folded his paper. remarking
without the least show of anger: "Ah.
thank you. I had not ,noticed it." With
that he reached down,. picked up his
foot, gave it a violent twist and pashrd
it partly under the seat. To accomplish
this 1e had to move his body to the
edge. of the seat.
On discovering that the leg and foot
were wooden our gentlemanlike chap
blushed in confusion, muttered a sort of
apology and hurried off at the next sta
tion, while the car tittered.-New York
"Johnny," said a provincial grocer to
the new boy, "what kind of butter did
you send over to the Hendersons?"
"Some of the rolls here." said the new
"Oh, great Cesar!" groaned the gro
cer. "Sent 'em some of that good butter
just after I have got 'em down to this
here in the barrel! Sent 'em the best
butter in the shop just as I finish a two
years' course of getting 'em down to
the barrel butter! Gave 'em a taste of
good butter after I have got 'em to
think this barrel butter was the best in
the world! And still you say you hope
to own a grocer's shop some day! The
taste of that butter you sent 'em will
awaken all their old slumbering desires
for good butter, and I'll have to work
another two years getting 'em down a
little poorer each time before I get 'em
where there's any- profit on 'em again!
You might just as well put on your
coat and go. Groceries ain't your line!"
The Oldest Tree on Earth.
The oldest tree on earth, at least as
far as any one knows, is the.boo tree
in the sacred city of Amarapoora, Bur
ma. It was planted, the record says,
in the year 288 B. C. Its great age is
proved according to historic docu
ments, says Sir James Emerson, who
adds: "To it kings have dedicated their
dominions in testimony of a belief that
it is a branch of the identical fig tree
under which Buddah reclined at Urum
elva when he underwent his apotheo
sis." Its leaves are carried away by
pilgrims as relics; but, as it is too sa
cred to touch with a knife, these leaves
can'only be gathered after they have
A Boston Rake.
Bertha-Tell me, Harry, do you think
George is dissipated? I smelled cloves
on his breath last evening, and I am
afraid he drinks.
Harry-No, Bertha; he isn't dissipat
ed. He's only just an ass; nothing
more. He eats cloves to make people
think be drinks liquor. He wants to
be regarded as a deuce of a fellow, you
The people are c rig
If you will give us a f
will prove this to you.
Take an item like Unbleach
that were 6te last fall, nc
SThe quality you paid 5c for,
This is the cheap line;i
Fine French Flannels that
We can suit every one ir
Ladies' Shoes in all the
I and fine Patent Leathers.
purse as well as your feet.
Children's Shoes, all styl
Men's Shoes, from a coat
ent Viei at $4. We sell the I.
For men of all ages and
wear, and made at cheap pri
We can snit the boys ir
Our' stock irr' this linei
ished. We can please you
Broadcloths, French Flanne:
est line of Black Goods an<
town. We have the Trimnn
plique, B3raid and any colori
We have been selling a g
but get new goods-every we4
want in this room, you will
and get good work with low
4 to suit every one-men, wo
Cotton and Wool. The qui
in Wool arid Cotton; prices F<
nels in the different colors-i
with every $.5 cash spent w
good, useful articles, worth:
We want your trade, anc
ibuy from us.
S. I. TIL
Woman's Later Years
Those years which usher
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insanity. Nothing will carry
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I drug "does not handle G. F. P. ask him to
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we will supply you direct, expressage prepid.
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The R. B. Loryea Drug Stcre,
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Prop.
Money to Lend.
Loans made on Improved Real Es
tate. Interest at 7 per cent.
Time as long as wanted.
Apply to J. A. WEINBERG.
Attorney at Law.
BE SURE YOU GET THE
Buggy and Implement
Good as Gold.
ALL KINDS OF PAINT AT
EEAME'S Dig Store,
SUMMERTON, S. C.
A DORN YOUR PERSON
DORN YOUR HOME.
Fine Jewelry, Fine Silver
ware, Cut Glass, China,
LAMPS AND ELEGANT NOVELTIES.
Watches of the Best
All goods handled are sold
with a guarantee.
I do not handle any plated
ware, therefore everytbing
bought from me can be relied
upon as being of the best.
All goods bought Irom nie
will be Engraved
F RE E O F C H A RGE.
My repairing department is
under my personal supervis
ion and I guarantee all work
entrusted to me.
Corne to see me.
Earnest A. Bultman,
SUI1TER, S. C.
ard times, but if times are
w minutes of your time we
d Homespun, goods
is tihe same in higher class
ere $1 a yard last .75.
new shapes, cheap grades,
We have them to fit your
es and any quality.
se Brogan at 98c to fine Pat
ind that wear.
hapes; made to fit, made to
goods that will stand hard
scontinually being replen
n all the new st yle goods
s, Venetians, and the great
i Silks you ever saw in this
ings to match in style, Ap
-eat many goodsi in this line,
k. You will find what you
find it in stylish new goods
men and children-hothi
lity the best, the priceth
wer than last season. Flan
th us. Tihe Premiums are
will save you money if you
HELLO] GOOfl PEOPLE.!l1
Where Are You Running?
We are running into a Bargain at Rigby's Store. When he
offers a Bargain you must get a hustle on you, if you don't the
other fellow will get it.
Running into a Bargain is easy if you trade at Rigby's; he
has a house jam full of Bargains-the biggest in town.
All Departments Are Now Full
to overflowing of well-selected, new and up-to-date Merchandise,
which cannot be and will not be beat.
We offer for sale the largest stock of New Goods in Manning.
No old, out-of-style, shop-worn goods in our store.
We buy goods to sell, not to keep, and everything must be
sold while it is seasonable.
Dress Goods and Jackets.
You will find in our Dress Goods and Silk Department many
choice weaves and new fabrics, at prices to suit the times, ranging
in price from 10c to $1.50.
Several lots of Jackets must be sold out-they are of the best
We have just placed on our shelves the most complete collec
tion of Ladies' Laundried Collars. The High Turn
Down Collar is among the lot, at.. ..T............
Ladies' BLACK LAUNDRIED COLLARS. a very
new feature for Manning, 15c or two for.. .....
A Talk on Shoes
We are always watching your Shoe interest. Hence our stock
of HAMILTON-BROWN SHOES, fully guaranteed by the people
that make them, is the remedy we have for you. Wear them and
be happy and contented, like a thousand others we number as our
BATTLE-AXE SHOES are given up to be the best medium
price Shoes on the markets today. We have them.
Still a fewoddlots of Ladies' Sunday Shoes, small numbers, as
low as 55c per pair:
We have gone through our Clothing stock and marked it al
with the determination that it must be sold,,and that means the
we have sacrificed all the profits, so you get them CHEAP.
We can give you a nice Black Clay Worsted Suit
Boys' Suits as low as...... ....................75e
Shirts and Underwear very cheap.
Collars, Cuffs and Neck Ties in great varieties.
Suspenders beginning at 10c. The best Suspenders,
regular 50c seller, for.. .................... 5
We have plenty of help to wait on you, so come on an<Fyou
will not have to wait one minute to get serv'ed.
N. B--5-8 Inch Thick Cypress Shingles for Sale.
ORliable . .l.U.I.
To ighprofits. We are right after you and -
Sexpect to capture your trade, if good goods at
Slow prices will do it.
SHere it is and there it goes. This is the way our SHOES, CLOTH
- ING, DRY GOODS and GENT'S FURNISHINGS are going. Get in
Sthe procession no one can make a mistake.
. ,Those are happy men who get in our Suits
- , at $5, $7.50 $10 and $12.
Correct styles best fabrics and perfection .
2 . . eWe have Men's Suits as low as $1.98 the
C1 . Suit. $5. Suits at $2.98.
Big stock of Knee Pants Suits. Remember
y~ ou can get a Watch FREE with everyl Suit
you bug of us at $5. and upwards..
Downfall in Cow Hides.
SWe have skimed the prices on SHOES.
SAnd are simply doingr the SHOE BUSINESS, you can't resist buy- -:
Sing when you see our immense stock and the low prices. ::
C Ladies Button and Lace Shoes at 50c-,..to $3.50. Men's fine Shoes-:
Sat 85c. to $4.50. $1.25 Shoes in Men's aud women's at 98c.::
SWe are making NEW CUSTOMERS every day-The Bargains is ::
Swhat brings thiem.-::
- Dress Goods worth 10c. 25c. and S0c. at Sc. 15c. and 25c. the yard. -::
SBlack Dress Goods worth $1.00 a yard at Soc. Silks worth 35c. to :::
50Sc. All 20c Silks worth 75c. to $1.00 at S0c. a yard. - ::
- Nothing cheap but the price.::
-. Men's Pants at 25c. and upwards.- ::
SSuspenders at 5c. and upward. I
rEight Day Clock at $1.98.::
SWaists Flannels, all the Shades in Solids and Stripes. Come to us 2
Sbefore buying your fall bill. We promise and will save you money.::
SA~L L ROCA.L) L IEAD 1r0
SCheapest Store in the State.
LEVI BROS' OLD STAND, SUMTER, S. C. -