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MANNING, S. C., AUG. 2', 1902.
Bargains That We Picked Up While Up 1iorth.
One hundred pieces Margate Fleece
for ladies' dresses, that sells every
where for 10c per yard, but you get
what you want of this choice lot at (}c
per yard. We bought it cheap and we
will sell it cheap.
Ladies, don't buy your ready-made
Tailor Suits until you see what we have
to offer you. Just gotten in 100 Ladies'
Tailor-Made Suits, made up in the lat
est styles, at from x.50 to 820 per Suit.
We will also show the greatest line
of Ladies' Fine Dress Goods. Silks and
Trimmings that was ever shown in this
Just think of All-Wool Dress Flan
nels going at 20e per yard that were al
ways sold at 30c.
Gent's and Children's Clothing of all
kinds at the lowest possible prices.
Just see the line of Gent's Shirts that
we are offering at 40c. 50c, 75c and ':l
Come and see us when you want first
class goods cheap.
W. E. JENKINSON.
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MrST be in
this office by Saturday Noon in order to
insure publication the following week.
Manning Street Car Schedule.
Leave Central Hotel corner 9:00 a. m. and 6:25
p. m. for the passenger trains, and the car will
also meet the freight trains. Arran ements
have been made with the agent at depot tO teiC
phone when freight trains are approaching
Fare. 10 cents each way.
S. I. Till's, next door to Rigby's.
Labor Contracts for cotton picking
can be obtained at THE TIMES office.
Died Tuesday of last week Mr. W.
F. Cobia. He was a survivor of Co. L,
23rd, regiment C. S. A.
Don't be fooled. S. I. Till is doing
business and selling goods cheap. 'Next
door to Rigby's.
In the next race for the Senate the
issue will be the people against the
trusts. Which will win?
Don't be mistaken, don't be misled;
S. I. Till is selling goods cheap. Next
door to Rigby's.
Died last Monday near Pinewood
Mrs. Ann Jenkinson, wife of Mr. Rich
ardson Jenkinson aged about 60 years.
S. L Till will be in the millinery bus
iness bigger than ever this fall. Next
door to Rigby's.
We have heard of no disturbances in
the county during the election and we
sincerely 'hope there will be none in
the second election.
Ten Reasons for reading advertise
ment in another column. The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store.
Died Monday of last week at his home
near Summerton Mr. W. W. Benbow
one of the most esteemed men and land
marks of that section.
A very uretty selection of Harness.
Nearly one hundred Sets now in; prices
right. Legg, Hutchinson & Co.
Constanble C. F. Jenkinson while at
Pinewood last Friday seized a jug of
contraband whiskey, and reshipped
the jug to Columbia.
The patrons of The Manning Grocery
Co., can get Fox River Butter and full
Cream Cheese on ice at all times.
The second primary comes off Tues
day 9th of September and additional
Snamnes may be added to the rolls up to
five days previous to that time.
For Sale-A pointer dog puppv 7
months old, fine blood, untrained. Ap
ply to W. A. WARR,
Wilson, S. C.
We regret that absence from our _of
fice, engaged in the county campaign
prevents us from giving our readers as
readable paper as we would like.
Remember names can be added to
the club rolls up to five days before se
cond -primary. The second primary
will come off Tuesday September 9th.
Invitations are out for the marriage
of Miss Ida Mae Smith of Mullins and
Mr. John G. Slaughter, of this place,
to take place Wednesday September
We know that money nas a power
ful influence, and in yesterday's election
its work was clearly shown. The gmn
nery trust will resort to anything to
If a bill comes up in the Senate fav
orable to corporations and against the
people's interests which way will a man
vote who has his money interested in
The best physic - Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. Easy to
take. Pleasant in effect- For sale by
The R. B3. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M.
Those who believe that a man inter
ested in corporations, one of which is
in a trust, cannot be in accord with the
people's interests, will think well when
voting for Senator.
Died last Friday night in the Fork
section, Mr. S. Edward Nelson, in thc
67th year of his age. Mr. Nelson was a
most excellent gentleman, beloved by!
his large circle of acquaintances.
We keep in stock all the time large
quantities of Lime. Cement, Plasterer's
Hair and Brick. Orders filled the same
day received, no matter how large the
ordler. Legg, Hutchinson & C'o.
From the press c'ispatches this morn
ing the indications are- that Heywar'd
and Talbart will b2 in the second ra*ce~
for governor, and Latimner and Evans
are leading for the United States Sen
We have about a dozen scond-hand
Buggies. Rtoadi Carts and Surries, in
good repair, that we will sell at a very
low price. Als) several Sets of H~ar
ness. Legg, Hutchinson & Co.
A man who has canvassed the coun
ty, and then made speeches at the cam
paign meetingos, is showing - rv little
trust in the people when he makes an
other house to house canvass for the
If the candidates who were left out
of the second race, could have recetved
the votes from those who had p)romised
their support to them. the result we
have no doubt would have been differ
ent with a good many.
Henry L. Shattuck of Shellsbu rg.
Iowa, was cured of a stomach trouble
with which he had been ailieted for
years, by four boxes of Chamberlain's
Liver Tablets. He had previously tried
many other remedies and a nutmber of1
physicians wvithout relief. For sale by
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M.
The election passed oft very quiet:
yesterday in this place: there was r
drunkenness. and outside of the di
appointment of some whose nam
could not he found on the club rol
there was no unnleasantness.
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and D
arrhoea Remedy has a world wide rel
utation for its cures. It never fails an
is pleasant and safe to take. For sal
by The 1,. 1. Loryea Drug Store, Isar
ML Lorye a. Prop.'
Who ever the people chose on Sel
tember 9th. will be their will and e%
erv candidate and his friehds shoul
iraecefuily submit. Let there be n
bickering and fault tinding, but let, u
all accept the result as the will of th
There will he a hot. supper at th
residence of 31r. D. E. Epps on th
evening of the 12th. of September, th
amount raised will go to aid in Coir
ileting the new Methodist church
that place. The public is cordially it
vited to attend.
Wanted--Five young men from Cla:
endon County at once to prepare ft
Positions in the Government Service
Railway Mail Clerks, Letter Carrier:
Custom House and Department:
Clerks. etc. Apply to Inter-State Co!
ers. Inst.. Cedar Rapids. Ia. [-t
On Thursday evening. August 28t!
a recital will be given by Miss Hatti
Toner of Edgefield. assisted by th
musical talent of Paxviile. This wil
be given at the Paxvillc Academy f
the benedt of the Mlethodist churc1:
An admission of 10 cents for adults an
3 cents for children will be charged a
the door. Refreshments served immi
diately after the recital. Everybod
Just Look at Her.
Whence came that sprightly stet
faultless skin, rich, rosy complexior
smiling face. She looks good, feel
rood. Here's her seeret. She uses Di
King's New Life Pills. Result, all o1
ans active, digestion good, no heat
aches, no chance for " blues." Tr
them yourself. Only 25c. at The R. I
Loryea Drtig Store.
Miss Clara Belle Davis, a daughte
of Hon. C. M. Davis. left last Saturda
for China, where she goes to meet he
betrothed, Professor Gist Gee, and the
will marry upon her arrival. Mib
Davis goes to St. Louis, where she wi
join friends, thence to San Franeisec
and then by steamship to China. \\
wish her a safe and pleasant journe
and a world of happiness when she be
comes Mrs. Gee.
Shatters All Records.
Twice in the hospital. F. A. Gul
ledge. Verbena. Ala., paid a vast sur
to doctors to cure a severe case of pile.
causing twenty-four tumors. When a
failed, Bucklen's Arnica Salve soo
cured him. Subdues inflamation, cor
quers aches, kills pains. Best salve i
the world. 25c. at The R. B. Lorye
The power of corporate influenc
was felt in the election yesterday. Th
combination used every method possi
ble to force votes for their candidate
It now remains for the people to sa
whether or not they want to be repro
seted in the State Senate by a ma
who is interested in an oil mill an
innery trust, and a man- thus interest
ed can vote against the fast encroacl
ments of these trusts.
His Sight Threatened.
" While picnicking last month my 1]
vear-old boy was poisoned by some wee
'or plant,." 'says W. H. Dibble of Siou:
City, Ia. "Hec rubbed the poison o1
his hands into his eyes and for awhil
we were afraid he would lose his sight
Finally a neighbor recommended De
Witts Witch Hazel Salve. The firn
application helped him and in a fe;
das he was as well as ever." For ski
dieases, cuts, burns, scalds, wounds, ir
sect bites, DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salt
is a sure cure. Relieves piles at one
Beware of counterfeits. The R. 1:
Loryea Drtu Store.
Friends make it your business to e:
plain to the people w~ho d-s nct read thi
paper, why it is to their interest 1
vote against a man who represent
money invested in a trust-, or ascotux
tion of corporate interests, which tixe
and controls the prices of ginning an'
the products from and for the farr
Every farmer should become acquainte
ivith the situation and we will depen
entirely upon our friends to infort
All Were Saved.
'For vcars I suffered such untol
misert from bronchitis,'' writes J. I
Johnston of Broughton. Ga., "that o:
ten I was unable to work. Then, whe
everything else failed, I was wholl
curedl by Dr. King's New Discovery fc
Consumption. My. wife suffered it
tensely from asthma, till it cured hei
and all cur experience goes to show iti
the best croup medicine in the world.
A trial will convince you it's unrivaie
for throat and lung diseases. Guarar
teed bottles ~>Oc and $1. Trit.l bottle
free at The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
We do not want our friends to b
discouraged by the fact that we are nc
leading in the race for the senate, fc
it mut be remembered that the entir
opp)osition was directed against us. an
the fact that we did net get a leadin
'ote in the first race, is; by no mear
an idication of our strength. In th
second race. we have already been as
sured that there will be a great man
changes in our favor. We therefor
call upon our friends to make it thei
business to see that a full vote tturx
out on September 9th.
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ma, Etc, Treatment Free.
If youx have ofIynsive pimpllesc
erunin.' uleers on any parr. of th
bdv. *'ching bones or joints. fallin
hir, murouxs patches. swollen Lriana:
or lipx, ating. fester'ing sores. sharl
gurin.- pxn a"ins, then you sixfrx fr'o
e~ius-I b~o p~oisxon or the beginnin
of dealv en:er. It i. a liangerou
conition, buit you may be permanenti
curel by taking Botanic illoodl Bal
i. B. IB.) xmade espe.cIall to cure ii
worst leeo dieaes. it heals ever
orC or utlc'r. stomp- ai!!acixes andi pair
and reduxces all swelinuis. Botani
Blood Balm eires all mali:Inant blon
troubles such rs eczema. seab l,. n
scales. pimleIs. ruuio~r oe (i cabt
ees. srofulac ee Especxally ad vise
for all obstinate cases tha hav reci
d the second or thid stag'e.~ Drrgi
trouble and free miiCal'1 adic give
M edicine sen at nc ppaid.
sale by The R. B. Loryea)DruStor'
say "ConsuminL can cured.
y hel. Doctors stay
'is -est i'el~ s-u; yct must
a-tinu ~iit. use n rrze t
The Lc ws from the State shows for
0 l ni:ei States Senator:
Latimer, 12,,6,: Evans, 8.518: Hemp
hill, . 203: Johnstone, 7.67: Henier
- ron. 0: Elliott. 6.982:
Governor. Heywood. 21.08S: Tal
bert. 10lt,1;0: Ansel. 10,341: Tillman,
S.t)24: Timmerman, 3.099.
Secretary of State. Wilson and
1 Gantt will have to make a second race.
Attorney General. Gunter is prob
Comptroller General. Jones and
. Walker in second race.
Supt. of Education. McMahan prob- 1
1 ably elected.
inspector General. Frost elected.
Congress. Legare elected.
We want to call attention to a solemn I
e fact. \ote the men who are actively
e engaged in opp)ositionl to us, they are
e :tock-holders in one of the oil mills
that is in the trust. They do not ad
fmit that they are in a trust, they call it t
i- association of cotton seed oil mills, t
but they dare not say that they have
not entered into an agreement as to':
- what they will pay for seed and the
price the' will charge for meal. The
-- people should open their eyes to the
danger of being led into the clutches ]
l of corporate greed. Do not be fooled <
hy the slanderous reports in circulation
and the hood-winking bug-a-boo of re
publicanism which our opponents are
endeavoring to deceive the people with.
e We say that if there is anybody tainted i
e with republicanism it is those who are
1 interested in trusts, for the republican i
r party is the mother of trusts.
y To My Patrons and Customers:
I am still having Beef at 10 cents per
pound. Ice at ' cent per pound. Don't
forget the bridge that carried you
across during the summer when others
broke through: this bridge was strong
I and durable and still lasts, with the
s best Meats of all kinds-Beef, Pork,
- Sausage and Mutton.
WM. JAMES, Proprietor.
We are not going to trot around the
country vote-hunting: we propose to
submit our case to the people and leave
it for their decision. If they want us
r to serve them they will say so, and if
y they do not they will select our oppo
2' nent. After having made our position
y known from the stump we feel that to 1
S now run around the country begging
ti for votes would not be . trusting our
c ease to the people, therefore we will
e remain at home and depend upon our
y friends to kill out the damaging reports
that were put in circulation for the
purpose of driving votes away from us.
Friends if a report is put out ask the
party circulating it why we were not
confronted with it on the stump: we
attended every meeting excepting the
a one at Alcolu, and stood ready to ans
wer any charge that might have been
1 brought. The second primary is the
u one to decide and it behooves every
t- voter to turn out and vote; it is only in
u that way the real choice of the people
a is attained. We know that every ef
fort that a combination can make will
be brought into play in the second
e race, and it now has resolved itself
e down to whether the people or the com
- bine shall win.
The oposition has already begun its
dwork of deception, by telling people that
"Appelt went back on Legare, sup
norted Fisher," and all such rot as that.
'Ihe purpose being to make Legare 's
friends turn against Appelt and the
op~ponents of .Fischer to do the same.
The truth is that Appelt had his own
skiliet to "tote" and he " toted " it.
d He voted to suit himself, but did
I not tell anybody who he was
voting for. The people who are
e tMling it that Appelt went back on.
-Legare are Legare's enemies and it is.
a well known fact that Appelt is a
t friend of Legare. but was sc. situated 4
~that he could not be active for him.
D We wvarn the people to pay absolutely
- no attention to these reports,which will4
e be circulated between now and the
-nrext primary. The opposition have
-men who are devising all sorts of stories
to drive votes from us.
We have had a number of men to tell
us that there is a rumor being indus
triously circulated among a class of
s pepeto the effect that we introduced
a bill in the Senate to give negroes
the right to vote in the town
Selection.~ There never was a more
ball-faced piece of deception ever at
tempted by an unscrupulous enemy.
'The bill referred to, was one which
sought to give the town council addi
tional power, with a limitation on its
powers to not raise the taxes without first
submitting the question to tbe qualified
electors of the town. Hon. Joseph F.
Rhame attorney for the town drew the,
bill and it has nothing whatever to do
d with the suffrage question. The only
-. negroe's to vote in town elections are
- those who have secured a county regis
n tration certificate, also a toivn registra
y tion certificate, and if all towns are
r like this one, their votes will be mighty
'- light. There is no truth in the report
and the parties circulating it~know they
s arc misrepresenting us.
"Then there is a most contemptible
d story being handed about from ear to
- ear, to the effect that "Appelt has
s negroes electioneering for him." The
white man who would allow a negro to
electioneer him is no better than the
negro and is not fit to be electioneered
e by a white man. We believe that our
> enemies have paid one or two "coons"
r to talk to a certain class of white peo
'e pe0 'r the purpose of poisoning their
d minds against us, but we do not think
there is a sensible white man in Clar
S endon who would believe that Appelt
e is so lacking in sense as to procure the.
- services of negroe's to electioneer for
v him. When men resort to such dirt.;
e tactics to defeat a gentleman, it is time
.r for those wvho believe in fair play to'
s ponder well when going to vote. The <
trusts have no souls to save, hence, care<
for nothing but to accomplish their
~~ FOR INFOR . -ADRESS
Names off the Club Rolls.
At the Manning Farmers Platform
:lub, numbers of Appelt's friends went
there to vote and were surprised to
find that there names had been drop
ped from the roll. Appelt belongs to
this club, and the fight against him
wvas concentrated there to give Davis
he lead in it. To do this, names from
)ther places were enrolled, and the
aarties brought here to vote, and Ap
elt's opposition with all of their ma
iipulations only succeeded in beating
kppelt in his club 35 votes out of a to
al of 181 cast for Davis and Appelt.
Just before the convention met Capt.
). J. Bradham, Judge J. M. Windham,
mnd Louis Appelt met in the probate
udge's office to revise the club roll of
he Farmers Platform club, Capt. Brad
iam sat on one side of the room and as he
ead from the roll MrWindham wrote the
lames down, and when a name was
ead out by Captain Bradham that was
Lead or known to have moved out of
he county Appelt would call attention
o the same, and only such names were
mitted from the new roll written by
Jr Windham, during the revision not
one name of a man living in this county
was taken off, and how so many men
vho had been voting in the Farmers
alatform club all these years were left
if is indeed a mystery.
Mr. H. R. Boger, foreman in the
TIMES office, has lived here for five
-ears and has never voted at any other
lub could not find his name on the
ol. Mr. D. R. Reaves, never voted
n any other club since 1890,he too could
got find his name on that roll,and these
were not all, there were a good many
.nd with but two exceptions they were
11 Appelt's friends.
We do not charge that this was pur
>osely done, and would not unless we
,new it to be so, but we do say that
omebody took names off of that roll
ithout any authority and the taking
>f these names off if purposely done,
was indeed presumption. We make
his explanation, because it is due the
)ublic to know what connection we had
ith the revision of the club rolls.
['he roll was held by Captain Bradham
nd read off by him, and Mr Windham
iid the writing down of the names as
-ead off, and neither Windham nor our
elf looked at the club roll, Capt. Brad
iam is president of the club and it was
>roper for him to have the roll because
ie with the secretary was to certify to
t correctness, Mr. Windham was sim
)ly acting for the secretary. We hope
.hat the names of every man who offer
:d to vote, and his' name could not be
ound on the roll, that such names will
>e placed there at once so they can
rote in second primary.
Look Pleasant, Please.
Photographer C. C. Harlan of Eaton,
)., can do so now, though for years he
ouldn't, because he suffered untold
gony from the worst form of indiges
iou. All physicians .and medicines
ailed to help him till he tried Electric
3itters, which worked such wonders for
im that he declares they are a god
end to sufferers from dyspepsia and
tomach troubles. Unrivaled for dis
ases of the stomach, liver and kidu"ys,
hey build up and give new life to the
vole system. Try them. Only 50c.
xuaranteed by The R. B. Loryea Drug
RIE AS ONS
ho R, B, Loryea Drug Store
IS THE MOST PO)PULAR DRUG
BCUSE Uniform courtesy is cx
ISt. eddto all patrons, whether rich or
poor, white or colored
nd. BECAUSE We carry the largest and
MEDICINES and CHEMICALS.
3A BECAUSE Our Prescription Depart
3rdl. ment is conducted on strict Pharma
h44 BECAUSE Promptness. Celerity,
.Dispatch and Skill are exhibited first,
last and all the time.1aechefiy
),L. courteously and promptly responded
'4,BECAUSE envy, jealousy and mal
)LJJ * ice have no home in our establish
'7 .4,BECAUSE We are agents for the
UrLJ. justly popula-: LONGMAN & MAR
TINEZ PRE PARED PAINTS.
ht4, BECA USE We are agents for T. W.
jL. WOOD & SONS' Tested and True
Garden Seed. Seed that will germi
nate, and which secured the medal
for general excellence from the Paris
'Exposition of 1900.
"\ BECAUSE We are the agents for
"J U. INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD
COMPANY'S Products. We have
many unsolicited testimonials regard
ing thei:- efficacy.
h.4tt BUT Why tell people what they
LJU. already know? And they are fully
aware that THE R. B. LORYEA
DRUG STORE is conceded to be
the Ideal Drug Store of Clarendon
For Twenty-eight years THE R. B. LORYEA
)RUG STORE has met every demand made
pon them. and while "'men may come and men
may go," the Sign of the Golden Mortar stands
ike a beacon and shines for all.
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Proprietor,
Sig'n of thce
MANNINO, S. 0.
- 'P~HONE NO. 2.
;27-Mail Orders receive Immediate attention.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Probate
r Clarendon County on the 19th day
f September, 1902, for letters of dis
,harge as Guardian for Plumer Clark,
minor. P. B. THAMES.
Nann.ng, S. C., August 19, 1902.
Passes Its Eighth Mile-Stone
Upon the Great Highway of
August 27th. I894, we threw up a position which we had held for eleven
years with the old reliable firm of S. A. Rigby, and with much fear and trem
bling, but nevertheless hopeful, we launched our little commercial bark upon
the great sea of merchandising, and by hard work and close attention to business
we have kept our little craft abreast to the gales and have built up a credit and
a confidence both at home and abroad that a merchant of older years might
justly feel proud.
Today finds us up at the head of the largest dry goods establishment in the
county, and with a stock of $25,000 worth of merchandise carefully bought in the
greatest markets in this country we feel better prepared to meet the wants of
our constantly increasing trade than ever in the history of our business.
Our Dress Goods.
For several years past we have been making a special ty of Fine Dress Goods
and meeting with much success, but this fall and winter offerings will eclipse
them all, as it will represent all the new things in both European and American
manufacturers in Silk, Wool and Cotton Fabrics.
The yard-wide Taffeta Silks that had such a run last spring in our Silk De
partment are still favorites with the trade.
Our Millinery Department.
Our Miss Coppedge has been in New York and Baltimore for the last four
weeks studying the fall and winter styles and buying our stock of Millinery, and
when she returns she will have the styles down fine.
It will be safe to say that those who attend our Millinery and Dress Goods
Opening this fall will see a feast of styles in store for them.
A New Department.
In addition to our line of Cloaks, Wraps and Furs we have added a line of
Ladies' Tailor-Made Suits, ranging in prices from 87.50 to $20 per Suit, and we
have. a tailor here in the store, so if our Suits don't fit every figure we can have
them fitted on short notice.
The time is not far distant when a lady can go into a store and fit herself out
with ready-made clothing just as gentlemen do, and it is our ambition to lead in
all things that tend to progress and advancement.
Our Stock. of Dry Goods.
Our stock of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods is the largest to be found in the
county. Call and see us when you need Dry Goods, for we are headquarters in
OUR STOCK OF SHOES.
We congratulate ourselves by saying that we carry one of the largest and
best stocks of Gent's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes to be found in the county.
Our Clothing Stock.
Last but not the least, our stock of Gent's, Youths' and Children's Clothing
is all that it should be. If you need a nice Suit of Clothes for yourself or your
r-M, ..- .i.. Ar vnnralf ornt iniustire if you buv before von see what we have
to offer you.
Our Genf's Furnishings.
We have the greatest line of Gent's Furnishing Goods to be found in this
town. Hats and Caps, Shirts, Collars and Cuffs and a veryr fine line of Neck
wear. The greatest line of Cotton and Wool Underwear to be found in town.
Come and see us.
W. E. JENKINSON.
F. D. Cltrk
After being prostrated upon a bed of sickness for
eight weeks he returns to the
and resumes management, where he is ready to stand
up and work for the interest of those who intrust the
sale of their Tobacco to his care and experience.
Mr. Clark asks that all of his old friends who have
stood by him in the past now give him a chance to sell
their tobacco for them. He will not be extravagant
in promises, but feels assured that he can sell their
tobacco for as much as it will bring on any market in
Thanking all for what they have done for us, we re
R. D. CLARK, Manager.
And have a few good Farm Horses and Mules on hand to dispose
of at close figures.
Also a lot of One and Two-Horse Wagons-the genuine old
Yes, we have the best line of BUGGIES on the market for
yon to select from. Try one and be conv-incedl.
0 b MOWERS, (the best yet.)
S Hr 60SELF=DUIIP RAKES,
DISC H ARROWS & Cultivators.
All of which w~ill givec satisfaction and savec time as ~voll as
COME TO SEE US.
W. P. HIAWKINS & CO.
THERE IS NO WONDER!
All agree that being in the Northern markets for eight solid
weeks scouring every place and hunting every opportunity to buy
goods cheap with the ready cash in hand, there is no wonder
that the NEW IDEA has so many bargains, and
Genuine Bargains They Are.
We had special good luck this season in buying up our Fall
stock. We bought all our goods much lower than ever before and
in such quantities that we have no room for all in our big store.
The Most Complete Stock,
in .large varieties, you will find in our place; full in all depart
and many, many other things we can offer you so cheap that it will
make you wonder how we can sell them so and make a living
profit. We can and are ready to prove it to you. All we want
you to do is to come, look and price our goods and you will be
It will be to your benefit before purchasing your goods to
THE I NEW I IDEA,
X. X. KRASNOFF, Proprietor.
J. F. DICKSON'S -
New Hardware Store
You will find a complete line of Steam Fittings, such as
you need: Pipe, Belting, Inspirato's, Jenkins' Valve's of
all kinds. Lace-Leather and Oils of the best grade to
make your machinery run light. Can thread your pipe,
from t-inch to 2 inches, at little cost. All of this mate
rial is to be sold at little margin.
HO USER UILDERS,
do yourselves justice by looking over my stock before
I also carry a full and well assorted stock of
Bnuvg and Wagon Material 9
of the best grade.
Inspect my line of Stoves, whose recollection of qual
ity remains long after the price is forgotton.
J. F. DIOKSON
'Phone No. 4. Next to Levi's.
Our store is being filled from floor to ceiling
with the best
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
CLOTHING & SHOES
for the fall~ trade that has ever graced our
store space and we feel safe in saying that our
prices for the same are away down below our
Of course we know that it is "just a little
early " to buy your usual bill, but we do know that
you will not mind looking around and acquaint
yourselves with the styles and new things, so we
do insist on you when you make your trips to town
from now on to call on us and we will take delight
in showing you our magnificent stock, and it will
be to your interest when you are ready to buy
your winter supply from us.
Every season our Dress Goods trade increases.
L~ which enables us to enlarge our stock, and this
season finds us with the best selected line of
,a Ladies' Fine Dress Goods,
SILKS, VELVETS AND TRIMMINGS
AND DRESS FORMATIONS
this side of Charleston.
Bear in mind that our Shoe Remedy for you
is to buy
Get the Shoes that your friends are wearing
and talking about. They will make your shoe bill
less and give you more comfort and style too than
any other shoes. We are exclusive dealers for
We want you to come to see us, you will find
Splenty of courteous salesmen to wait on you, and
Iremnenibcr early in the game that the Old Reliable
is heeled with Bargains and will not be undersold.
Yours for cash bargains,
Reliable S .RG Y