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MANNING. S. C.. SE-'PT.. :, 1902.
The outlook for a big trade this fall
was never better. In fact we are hav
ing a big trade now. And why are we
having a good trade? Why, it is be
cause we have the goods the people
want and we are selling at popular
Never have we been able to oier so
many choice bargains as we are otTer
ing this year.
Why. just think of this. a nice Fleece
Back Cotton Goods, in bea ti 'ul styles
that sells everywhere at c and 1Oc: we
only ask you 6te the yard.
Very good grade of Calicoes at ~,e the
yard, or 41c by the bolt.
Ladies''Ribbed Vests at 15c each, or
two for 25c.
The greatest line of Men's Suits to
be found in this town: only 15 for a
nice All-Wool Suit of Clothes for men.
There are hundreds of other things
that we have not the space to mention.
but look out for us next week. We
propose to make some startling offers to
W. E. JENKINSON.
S. I. Till's, next door to Rigby's.
Bring your cotton to Manning and
get full value for it.
Read Avant's Alarm of Low Prices.
The Moses Levi Memorial Institute
will open September 15th.
Just arrived, carload of Flour. Avant
Mercantile Co.. Summerton.
Policeman G. H. Huggins left this 1
morning for a visit to relatives in Flor
Avant Mercantile Co.'s Shoe line is
unmatched in quality and prices.
There will be a hot supper at Mr. D.
E. Epps' at Workman's September
Labor Contracts for cotton picking
can be obtained at THE TIMES office.
Mrs. Lizzie Cole from Darlington is
visiting Mrs. J. M. Lee and relatives of
Lowest prices on Rice, Flour and Ba
con. Avant Mercantile Co., Summer
As a result of the agitation in THE
TIMEsManning has become a first class
A Clothing department has been
opened in Avant Mercantile Co.'s store
Mrs. Ellanor Lee of Florence is vis
iting Mrs. J. M.-Lee of the Fork and
Ten Reasons for reading advertise
ment in another column. The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store.
Remember, next Tuesday is election
day. Polls open at 8 o'clock a. m. and
close at 4 o'clock p. m.
The patrons of The Manning Grocery
Co., can get Fox River Butter and full
Cream Cheese on ice at all times.
Managers please send us the returns
of the election at the earliest moment.
Use the 'phone wherever you can.
We have received a card of thanks to
the people from Hon. Geo. S. Legare
which we will publish next week.
Fresh, high grade Grist and Meal
selling at prices below the market.
Avant Mercantile Co., Summerton.
We have information that boys under 3
age were induced to vote at a certamin
club, where we got, less than three
Miss. Hattie A. Harvin returned home
yesterday morning from an extended1
trip to 'the large cities and pleasure
resorts of the North.
Manning now has strong,competeing,
active cotton buyers, and our farmers
can bring their cotton here feeling thatC
they will get full market price.
The members of the Manning Ly- (
ceum Association are requested to meett
in the court house Friday night, Sept. <
5, at 8:30 o'clock. J. K. BREEDIN, I
Diedlast Sunday night at her home
in Turbeville, Mrs. Susan, wife of Mr.
S. C. Turbevile, ag'ed about 45 years..
The funeral took place at Pine Grove
The Council has instructed the po
lice to arrest persons jumping on the
trains at the depot unless they have:
business. A good idea and it may be1
the cause of saving life.
The second primary comes off next1
Tuesday, and it is absolutely necessary
for every vote to turn out. Pay no at
tention to rumors. The voter is liable,
to hear anything to change his vote.
We want our friends to turn out at
every box on next Tuesday: get out
early and stay until you see the last
votecounted. Every ticket should be
closely scrutinized to prevent mistakes.
State Treasurer R. H. Jennings and
wife came to M.anning last Saturday
evening and just before they left for
Columbia Monday their great grand
child came to 31r. and Mrs. S. I. Till.
All notices of State candidates ap
pearing in this issue are paid for at ad
vertising rates. We have no favorites
of our own, but will vote on next Tues
day for those whom in our opinion are
Do the people think it fair for a coun
ty chairman to be an active partizan?
How can such a man deal justly when
it comes to cast a deciding vote. Fair
play and decency would require him to
resign, then he could work as much as
Mr. Waiter C. Johnson who has been
traveling for the past year is at home
and has acceptted a position with Mr.
D. Hirchmann. Mr. Johnson is a
young man of popular manners and
Hirschmann's store will be often visited
by his friends.
Wanted-Five young men from Clar
endon County at once to prepare for
Positions in the Government Service
Railway Mail Clerks, Letter Carriers.
Custom House and Depa~rtmental
Clerks, etc. Apply to Inter-State Cor
ers. Inst., Cedar Rapids, Ia. [52-St
One of the managers of the Manning
Farmers Platform Club told us that
the poll list showed 5 more names than
there were tickets in the box. We can
not understand why this should be, as
it is not usual for men to forget to vote.
after having their names p~ut on the
list as having voted.
It was impossible to get the complete
returns in our paper last week. Some
clubs failed to send us the vote for the
State ticket, and Harmony club had its
figures so arranged on the sheet we re
ceived, that caused our force to get the
figures wrong. The full and complete
rep~ort is given this week and will be
'The men who are reportmg that we
re opposed to the primary system are
reportin a falsehood. We favor the
)rilary, but am11 opposed to dirty meth
'ds,the use of mHoney and 1 uor.
Take the clubs where our vote was
large and there was no sign of liquor.
but at clubs where our vote was small.
the free use of liquor is commonly
For a bad taste in the mouth take
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. For sale by The R. B. Loryea
Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
B. L. Caughman, candidate for Rail
oad Commissioner. is the man who
ucceeded in getting through the Gen
eral Assembly the law which forbids
.egroes and whites to ride in the same
ipartmeint on railroad trains. The
ailroads fought him hard, but C(augh
uan won and now when white people
md negroes board a railroad train they
nust ride in separate coaches.
Read Hirschmann's advertisement in
his issue. Mirs. Hirschnann has been
n the Northern markets to study the
ashions in millinery and she is now
)repared to serve the ladies with the
eerv latest in the millinery line.
Iirschmann is carrying a complete
stock of everything in the dry goods.
clothing and shoe lines. He has to as
sist him in serving the public. the pop
ilar Walter C. Johnson.
Not Doomed For Life.
"I was treated for three years by
rood docttrs." writes W. A. Greer,
IcConnellsville. 0.. "for Piles, and
Fistula, but, when all failed, Bucklen s
Aruica Salve cured me in two weeks.'
ures Burns. Bruises, Cuts. Corn, Sorgs
Eruptions, Salt Rheum. Piles or no
)av 25c at The R. B. Loryea Drug
There is pending in the State senate
z bill to require a license of $500 to buy
reed cotton. This may be of benefit to
'he big planters. but awfully crushing
:o the poor man. The result of such
egislation will be to force the mer
:hant out of the seed cotton buying
usiness, and give the ginneries a
nonoply. which will buy the seed cot.
:on without license, upon a lint basis.
;hus beating the poor man out of the
[o My Patrons and Customers:
I am still having Beef at 10 cents per
>ound. Ice at cent per pound. Don't
orget the bridge that carried you
tcross during the summer when others
>roke through: this bridge was strong
tnd durable and still lasts. with the
)est Meats of all kinds-Beef, Pork,
Sausage and Mutton.
WM. JAMES, Propriett r.
The report of the Black River Union
Lt Providence is, that the attendance,
hile not quite as large as the June
neeting on account of the absence of
)reachers, they had a splendid time,
tnd much zeal exhibited. All through
he meetings the congregations were
ine. Collections for foreign missions
34.95, and Summerton was the place
lecided upon for the next meeting to
>egin November 5th when a full at
endance will be expected.
Fortune Favors A Texae.
"Having distresing pains in head,
ack and stomach, and being without
ppetite, I began to use Dr. King's
ew Life Pills," writes W. P. White
eed, of Kennedale. Tex., "and soon
'elt like a new man." Infallible in
tomach and liver troubles. Only 25c
t The R~. B. Loryea Drug Store.
The report that "Appelt has made
combination with Henry Johnson'' is
lie. Appelt has not combined with
nv candidate, nor will :he. On this
ide the report has it that "Appelt has
ombined with Johnson," r.nd iniSalem,
eport has it "Appelt has combined
ith Owens." Truth is. Appelt is run
ing on his own merits for, and in the
nterests of the people. If in their
udgment they prefer a man to repre
ent them in the Senate whose finan
,al interests are in cornorations, we
iave no complaint to make. The cor
>orations have a plenty of help in the
senate, what is needed is help for the
Lingering Summer Colds.
Dan't let a cold run at this season.
summer colds are the hareest kind to
ture and if neglected may linger along
'or months. A long siege like this
vill pull down the strngest constitution.
)ne Minute Cough Cure will break up
he attack at once. Safe, sure, acts at
nce. Cures coughs, colds, croup.
>ronchitis, all throat and lung troubles.
['he children like it. The R. B. Lorvea
Mr. RI. E. Smiley of Workman was
n Manning yesterday and told us of
that G. T. WVorsham is circulating to
nure us. One tale is that we intro
luced a bill in the Senate to give ne
roes the right of sutirage. It is a lie.
ind Worsham knows it. Another is.
.hat Captain Thomas Wilson had fur
2ished whiskey to be used at the New
['own box in our interest. We denounce
:hat to be a lie without consulting
Wilson. If Worsham is circulating
sch stuff, he is not only an ungrateful
wretch, but a villainous liar. Captain
Wilson will on the 9th day of Septem
er give Mr. Worsham an opportunity
to make the charge about him to his
ace, as we propose informing him
ihat Mr. Smiley has told us, and ask
him to meet Worsham at t he New Town
box in the presence of the p~epple where
the lie was circulated.
Josh Westhafer, of Loogootee, Ind..
is a poor man. but he says he would
not be without Chamberlain's Pain
Balm if it cost five dollars a bottle, for
it saved him from being a cripple. No
external application is equal to this
liniment for stitf and swollen joints.
contracted muscles, stiff neck. sprains
and rheumatic and muscular pains. It
has also cured numerous -ases of partial
paralysis. It is for sale by The R. 1B.
Lorya Drug Store. Isaae M. Lorea.
Mr. S. P. Holliday came very near
not being allowed to run in the second
primary, because of the secretary of
the executive committee miscalling 20
for 79. The committee declared Mr.
Luther Thompson in the second race
and adjourned, but Mr. H-olliday after
considerable investigation showved the
error, and he succeeded in getting
some of them together to correct it.
This shows how necessary it is
to be exceeding careful. The 18 votes
ast in envelopes at the Farmers Plat
form club, and which wvere to be coun
ted by the committee were not touched
and these men lost their votes though
no fault of theirs. We are told thai
the 18 tickets read 17 for Appelt and 1
for Davis. The names of these voters
have since been put on the club roll
and they will be able to vote on next
Card of Thanks.
Editor 'The Manning Times:
Please allow me space in your paper
to thank the voters of Clarcndon coun
ty for the support given me in thec
primary of the 20th. I trust that I
shall be further remembered by them
in the second election. I promilse. if
elected IRailroad Commissioner. to do
all I can for the p~eople's interest.
13. L. CAUUHMAN.
Davis and Appelt.
Davis Stat ion. S. C.. Aug. 30. 1ti2.
To the Editor of Tiii: TIMEs:
I hope you will do me the justice to
publish the following:
To the People of Clarendon County:
I desire to than' vou sincerely for
the Ilattering support you gave me in
the primary last Tuesday. By the re
turns you will see that M1r. Appeit and
myself will have to make the race fver
for the Senate. I tried to make the
campaign on a high plain and explain
ed my position on trusts and various
other questions before the people in my
speeches, but my opponent, 'Ir. Ap
pelt. in his paper date of August 27th,
still labors hard to mislead the people
by insinuating that I belong to a trust,
and that the people's interest would be
jeopardized if I was elected. I wish to
reiterate what I said on the stamp: If
elected I will heartily support by my
vote and iniluence any and all neasures
that may come before the Senate to re
strict and throttle trusts and monopo
lies. Mr. Appelt labors very hard in
c;is paper to make the people believe
that I will not do to trust with the office
cf Senator. As evidence of confidence
the people have in me who know me
intimately. I invite your attention to
the flattering vote I received at my
home and the community surrounding
it. Mh. Appelt has held office for about
sixteen or more years and it is but nat
ural that he has a chronic desire to
continue in office, hence he resorts to
insinuations through the columns of his
paper, which he cannot subs:,ntiate in
order to injure his opponent.
I hope the people of Clarendon will
not believe the insinuations against me
or any slanderous reports that may be
circulated, and that on Tuesday the
9th, of September all the voters will
turn out and cast their ballot for the
candidate of their choice. I promise,
if elected. to serve the people fearlessly
C. M. D.VIS.
I -,am sincere in the opinion that Mr.
C. M. Davis is interested in a Trust,
and that he is not a safe man to send to
the senate. because from his published
admission his personal investments are
in a Trust, although he would attempt
to insult the intelligence of the voters,
by calling the combination he has en
tered an ASSOCIATION. The people
know full well that when a number of
corporations have combined, under the
management of one man, and this man
is to buy the supplies for the mill. and
sell its manufactured products, it simp
ly means an agreement to crush out
competition. by fixing the price to be
paid for seed. and also fixing the price
to be charged for the meal. This is a
TRUST, calling it an ASSOCIATION is
deception which will not deceive any
man who will stop to think.
Mr. Davis lays much stress upon his
vote in the first primary. but he says
not one word about the influences
working for his election, not a word
about stock holders in oil mills work
ing with might and main to have him
elected. even leaving their business to
attend several of the campaign meet
ings, and some of this class was op
posed to him four years ago. before the
oil mill combine was etected. He does
not say one word about the effective,
work being done for him by the county
chairman, who as a matter of fairness,
should be non-partizan, because he may
have to cast a deciding vote and a
biased man is not fit to deal justly, and
besides, he is the sheriff drawing a
large salary out of the peoples' taxes.
and instead of being an active partisan,
he should attend to the business of his
office. The people are paying him for
his service as sheriff and not to go out
to electioneer for a candidate.
Mr. Davis exhibits gall~ sure, when
he refers to my office holding. It is a
known fact that the only county offices I
ever iheld weir of a minor nature with
fue smallest kind of pay,while the Davis'
have held the lucretive positions ever
since 1880. When work was needed
the only Davis who came to the front
and didhis full dluty, was the lamented
James E. Davis, and I was at his side
through the wvhole of it,the others were
not heard of, until "peace reigned
over Warsaw," and here they come,
and hungry too. Ever since 1890 the
name was in every election, and four
years ago, the appetite was so sharp
Ihat three of them wanted office, twvo
got knocked ou:, and the third made a
very narrowv escape; then two years
ago, two of them tried it again, one
ot shoved aside, the other barely got
in, and many believe, if the lawv had
been complied with, he would have
been defeated. Therefore his refer
enee to my office holding is small in
deed, vwhen it is rememibered that he
was in office two terms, ran for another
.ce and got beaten; the reason Mr.
'avis is out of office now, is plain, the
people put him out, because they did
not think him qualified for the place
he wvas seeking, after trying him for
four years and he is no more so to-day.
The ~Davis :dynasty is tottering and in
the secondiprirmary it willfall.
I have no "chronic desire to con
tinue in oilice,'' if I had, I would follow
the example of the Dav'is' and seek the
positions with salary attachments even
if I had to crawl on my stomach to get
the aid of men that fought me in the
past, and whom I have frequently ex
pressed my lack oficonfidence in. Mr.
Davis served two terms in the legisla
ture, and outside of the vote, as was
shown on the stump, he cast to prevent
the passage of the separate coach bill.
and his vote on seed cotton license
legislation, 1 have not been able to see
wat he did there. The keeping of
negroes from riding in the same car
with white neople wvas fough t by Mr.
Davis, and this vote was certa'inly in
the interest of railroad corporations. He
speaks of conducting his campaign on a
high plane. I do not know what he did in
person but I do know that some very
dirty methods have been used, and I1
also' know that this county campaign
has cost sombody a whole lot of money.
I also know that I have not offered to
pay a man for his vote nor have I
ot'ered any man liquor, but I have re
fused propositions that were made to
me to get me tihe vote in two clubs for
so much money. I did not go awvav
from my own club to vote or to watch
voters. nor will I in the next election.
So far as reports are concerned I
know of none except those p~ut in cir~
cuationi by the friends of Mr. Davis,
and these ireports were for the purpose
of prejudicing the public mind against
me. I have never in this whole cam
paign said one word about Mr. Davis
whih was the least reflection upon
him. I have not canvassed the county
making a house to house in search for
votes, nor have I hired anybody to do
so for me. In twvo instances friends
voluntairly ma~de short trips for me,
wvithout charging one cent, or the ex
petation of receiving any pay. I have
not ente::ed into any deal, nor have I
made a combination waith candidates.
I am running solely on my merits and
hope to wvin in spite of the opplosition
of the corpor ations and wvithout putr
chasing my election. I believe if
those interested in the cotton oil and
nnerv association wimll hands off in
his fight I will beat Mr. C. M. Davis
two to one,in spite of the efforts of
Claredon's County Chairman.
Mr. Editor-Allow me to sp)eak a fewv
words in favor of Chamberlain's Cough
lemedy. I suffered for three years
wiith the bronchitis and could not sleep
at nights. I tried several doctors and
various patent medicines, but could get
nothing to gfive me any relief until my~
wife got a bottle of this valuable medi
ine. which has completely relieved
me-W. S. Brockmuan. Bagnell. No.
This remedy is for sale by The R. 1E.
Lorya Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryea.
TI1E COMMERCIAL AND AGRICUL
TURAL VALUE (F FERTILIZERS:
What is known as the commercial
value of fertilizers as published in
agricultural bulletins and similar doc
uments, is a valuation made up by
adding together the average value of
the chemical ingredients which are
contained in the fertilizers.
The agricultural value of a fertili
zer is variable according to the skill
of the farmer and according to the
crop, and according to the seasons. It
crop, and the seasons. It is the
practical result obtained in apply
ing the fertilizers. The two values
ought to be about the same, and on
the average they probably are about
the same, but the Individual farmer
who gives careful personal attention
to his values will be able to make con
siderable difference in his results by
studying the underlying principles.
The chemical Ingredients which are re
cognized as imparting commercial
value to fertilizers are nitrogen, phos
phoric acid and potash. There is but
one source of phosphoric acid which
is at all practical and which is made
use of in the manufacture of fertiliz
ers in the South. This is acid phos
phate, which is made by treating
phosphate rock with sulphuric acid.
The most ordinary source of potash is
kainit. which is mined in Germany.
The phosphoric acid and the potash,
which are derived from these sources;
are about the same in their results on
crops as the phosphoric acid and pot
ash derived from any other sources,
but the sources of nitrogen are num
erous. This is the most important and
expensive ingredient in fertilizers.
The commercial value of fertilizers,
based on the ar alysis of the contained
nitrogen, is reckoned just the same no
matter from what source the nitrogen
is obtained, and this fact is apt to
mislead the farmer in his estimate of
the kinds of fertilizer to use for cer
tain crops. For example: a fertilizer
containing nitrate of soda contains a
splendid form of nitrogen, and one
which is very soluble; therefore, It is
very good for early vegetables and
quick growing crops, but it is entirely
too soluble for use in the cotton crop.
The cotton plant is of slow growth and
needs to have its food supplied
throughout a long interval. A fertili
zer containing cotton seed meal, hav
ing the same amount of nitrogen as
another fertilizer made of nitrate of
soda or any other source of nitrogen,
is much more valuable to the cotton
plant, even at the same commercial
value, than any other kind of fertilizer.
The nitrogen in cotton seed meal is all
soluble, but it requires some time to
be put into complete solution. This is
exactly what slow-growing crops like
cotton and corn require, therefore. It
is important for farmers in the pur
chase of :'ertilizer to specify that this
fertilizer is made with cotton seed
meal, rather than other chemicals used
as a source of nitrogen (or, what is the
same thing, the source of ammonia.)
All fertilizers containing nitrogen in
any form are generally known as am
noniated fertilizers. Le: every farmer
see to it that his fertilizers are am
moniated with cotton seed meal, and,
as he knows he can not get the meal
to better advantage than from any of
the local mills of the Southern Cotton
Oil Company of the Carolinas and
Georgia, or through their headquarters
at Columbia, S. C., Augusta, Ga., At
lanta, Ga., Savannah, Ga., and Golds
boro, N. C., or Charlotte, N. C.
he R. B, ILoryea Drug Store
IS THE MOST POPULAR DRUG
1 t BECAUSE Uniform courtesy is cx
1ttndcd to all patrons. whethcr rich or
poor. white or colored
-BEC AUSE We carry the largest and
2nC . mest complete line of DRUGS.
MEDICINES and CHEMICALS.
,A BECAUSE Our Prescription Depart
Brd. meat is conducted on strict Pharma
h BECAUSE Promptness. Celerity.
.Dispatch and Skill are exhibited first.
last and all the time.
5 BECAUSE Night calls atre cheerfully,
.i? courteously and'promptly responded
ht BECAUSE envy, jealousy and mal
* ice hiave no home in our establish
ht BECAUSE We arc agents for the
SU. justly popular LONGMAN & MAR
TINES PREPARED PAINTS.
hb BECAUSE We are agents for T. W.
.WOOD & SONS' Tested and True
Garden Seed. Seed that will germi
nate, and which secured the medal
for general exellene from the Paris
Exposition of 1900.
h941 BECAUSE We arc the agents for
b.J. INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD
COMPANY'S Products. We have
many unsolicited testimonials regard
ing their eftecacy.
h10 BT Why tell people what they
,~U already know? And they arc fully
aware that THE R. B. LORYEA
'DRUG STORE is conceded to be
the Ideal Drug Store of Clarendon
For T wenty-eight years THE R. B. LORYEA
DRUG STORE has met every demand made
pon them. and while --men may come and men
ay go." the Sign of the Golden Mortar stands
like a beacon and shiaes for all.
ISAAC M, LORYEA, Proprietor,
Sign of the
- Golden Mortar,
rAMANNINO, S. C.
- ' 'PHONE NO. 2.
37I Mail Orders. receive immediate attention.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Probate
for Clarendlon County on the 19th day
of September, 1902, for letters of dis
charge as Guardian' for Plumer Clark,
a minor. P. B. THAMES.
NIanning, S. C. August 19, 1902.
A Large Supply
RHAME'S DRUG STORE,
SUMMERTON, S. 0.
t4 Pencil Tablets, &c., i9i
Rhame's Drug Store
Summerton, S. C.
- ~ PARKER'S
Cleanses and beautifies the hair.
- evo Fails to Restr Gray
- ar to its Yuthu Color
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
Digosts what you eat.
Trm- R. B. LnnE.E no DRL T
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 wita 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
. 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
ounty, 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
)ur constantly increasing trade than ever in the history of our business.
Our Dress Goods.
For several years past we have been making a specialty of Fine Dress Goods
md meeting with much success. but this fall and winter offerings will eclipse
:hem 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
>artment are still favorites with the trade.
Our Millinery Department.
Our Miss Coppedge has been in New York and Baltimore for the last four
reeks studying the fall and winter styles and buying our stock of Millinery, an
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
)pening 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 $7.50 to $20 per Suit, and we
lave a tailor here in the store, so if our Suits don't fit every figure we can have
hem 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
l1 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
ounty. 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
)est 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
s all that it should be. If you need a nice Suit of Clothes for yourself or your
hild you will do yourself great injustice if you buy before you see what we have
o offer you.
Our Genls Furnishings.
We have the greatest line of Gent's Furnishing Goods fjo be found in this
own. Hats and Caps, Shirts, Collars and Culls and a very fine line of Neck
year. The greatest line of Cotton and Wool Underwear to be found in town.
3me and see us.
W. E. JENKINSON.
F. D. C1lark
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 1be 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.
- Nature's Greatest Remedy
FOR DISEASES OF THE
Liver, Kidneys, Stomach
I; and Skin.
Physicians Prescribe it,
I.: Patients Depend on it, and
Everybody Praises it.
FOR SALE BY
TO THE TINES OFFICE.
Next Door to Postoffice.
We positively state that our stock for this fall is the best selected we have
ever had. We have materially increased the richness and beauty of our varied
stock. The prettiest and finest
Dress Goods and Silks,
Latest designs in CLOAKS and SKIRTS, real Tailored. The most fashionable
We do not hesitate to say that our line of
embraces the most handsome and Stylish Hats created in any of the Millinery
centres, with a larger stock than ever before and a complete assortment.
We also purchased for the fall trade a specially attractive line of INFANTS'
CAPS, SACQUES, etc.
The happy result of our extensive purchases places us in a position of own
ing today a large stock of
Clothing, Gent's Furnish
A ins, Shoes, Hats .
And all the new chic styles in NECKWEAR, SKIRTS, etc., at the lowest
prices. The facts are that we CANNOT BE UNDERSOLD.
See our line and get the prices for your own benefit.
Yours for honest dealing,
Next Door to Postoffice.
Agent for Standard Patterns.
J. F. DICKSON'S
New Hardware Store
You will find a complete line of Steam Fittings, such as
you need: Pipe, Belting, Inspirators, Jenkins' Valves 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.
do yourselves justice by looking over my stock before
I also carry a full and well assorted stock of
Buggy and Wagon Material
of the best grade.
Inspect my line of Stoves, whose recollection of qual
ity remains long after the price is forgotton.
J. F-. DIOCK<ON
'Phone No. 4. Next to Levi's.
~ Our store is being filled from floor to ceiling
with the best
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
CLOTHING & SHOES
Sfor the fall trade that has ever graced our
store space and we feel safe in saying that our.
Sprices 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
~1 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 wxinter supply from us.
Every season our Dress Goods trade increases.
Swhich enables us to enlarge our stock, and this
season finds us with the best selected line of
ILadies' Fine Dress Goods,
SILKS, VELVETS AND TRIMMINGS
AND DRESS FORMATIONS
this side of Charleston.
Bear in mind that our Shoe Remedy for you
-Get the Shoes that your friends are wearing
Sand talking about. They will make your shoe bill
loss 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
r emember early in the game that the Old Reliable
is heeled with Bargains and will not be undersold.
Yours for cash bargains,
Reliable A. RIODY