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MANNING, S. C., SEPT., 10, 1902.
THIS SPACE c
W. E. JENKINSON. s
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MT'sT 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. in. and 6:25
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 I
Fare. 10 cents each way.
S. I. Till's, next door to Rigby's.
Concert Thursday, 18th.
Everybody attend the band concert
on the 18th.
Labor Contracts for cotton picking c
can be obtained at THE TIMS office.
Miss Hattie Easterby of Charleston
is in Manning on a visit to Miss Lillian
Just arrived, a car of 8,000 good (
Brick. Legg, Hutchinson & Co. t
Ralph Bingham has appeared in Phil- a
adelphia 142 times. He will be here on
Sept. 23. Don't fail to hear him.
Get your Rugs and Widow Shades
from S. I. Till.
One hundred short pieces Embroidery a
going at a sacrifice at S. I. Till's.
Mrs. W. Scott Harvin left last Sun
day night for Charleston when she will
occompany her parents to Saratoga.
A valuable book given free as a pre
mnium by S. I. Till, next door to Rigby's. 1
Grand Band concert at Institute 1
Hall September 18th. A very appro-<
priate programe has been arranged. f
The high price breaker and low
p rice maker is S. I. Till, next door to
Ten Reasons jfor reading advertise
m ent in another column. The R. B
Loryea Drug Store.
" The world has had few like Ralph
Bingham-not two in a century." Rev.
J. A. B. Wilson, D. D., Ne w York City.,
Who is it that sells high grade Cloth
ing at a low grade price. S. I. Till,
next door to Rigby's.
The patrons of The Manning Grocery
Co., can get Fox River Butter and full I
Cream Cheese on ice at all times.
'Hear Ralph Bingham at Institute
Hall Sept. 23. Six thousand audiences
have heard him with delight in theC
United States and Canada.
Young man, why will you pay 50c for
the new style Initial Ties when S. I. i
Till sells them for 25c?C
No second primary for S. I. Till. He
is done elected to selling goods cheaper a
than anybody. Next to Rigby's.
For Sale-A pinter dog puppy 7
months old, fine bood, untrained. Ap
ply to W. A. WARR, -
Wilson, S. C.
Who is it that sells goods so cheap and
guarantees everything he sells to be as
represented? S. I. Till, next to Rigby's.
Who is the high price breaker and
low price maker in Manning, and askst
for a part of your trade? S. I. Till next
door to Rigby's.
Died suddenly last Sunday morning,
Mr. Thomas Lowder, aged about 70
years, a respected citizen of Davis
Our line of Winter Lap Robes are
here, beauties too; prices running from
75c to $7.50 each. Legg, Hutchinson &
When you go to S. I. Till for yourC
Hat you get something that is new and I
stylish and made of the best material.C
Next to Rigby's.t
Mr. Julian Weinberg has returnedt
home from Illinois where he .has beent
fitting himself for the watch making
For Whips, Buggy Umbrellas, Cush
ions, Dashes, Axle Washers. Poles,
Buggy and Wagon Shafts, go to Legg,
Hutchinson & Co.
Ladies, if you don't get your Hats
from S. I. Till this season then he will
always think you should have, as he
will save you 25 per cent.
Last Friday Mr. H. E. Harington I
who lives near Workman aged 82 years
was stricken with paralysis. He is theC
father of Mr. W. F. Harrington.
Be sure to buy a good Oil for your I
harvesting machines, we have the rightc
kind; also Harness, Buggy and Carriage
Oils. Legg, Hutchinson & Co. t
Married near Foreston, last Sunday
at the home of the bride's parents Mr.
A. C. M~.son, and Miss Lucy Alsbrook,
daughter of Mr. H. A. Alsbrook.
A large shipment of extra Buggy
Shafts, Buggy and Carriage Poles in I
assorted colors, arrived this week.t
Legg, Huthinson & Co.C
There will be a musical given at the
Institute Hall, Thursday evening,t
September 18th, for the benefit of the r
"Citizen's Brass Band" of Manning. i
Let all the candidates fuss and quar
rel among themselves and you come to
S. I. Till's and trade and that will make ~
you more than the carndidates will give
Died near Manning last Saturdav, e
the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. t
J. W. Bradham, little Lola, age onet
year and a few days. Gone but not C
Those who are indebted to THlE (I
TIMES for over one year's subscription k
will be cut off on October 1st, if they t>
do not settle up. We cannot afford to b
The Paxville school had a very en
oyably picnic last Friday, and Hon.
ames E. Tindal, and Hon. J. H.
.esesne delivered addresses. THE
IMES editor was expected to he pres
nt but was prevcn:ed from attending
y important business.
'Miss Viola Williams of Baltimore
ill have charge of S. I. Till's Milli
ery Parlor this season. She comes
Highly recommended and you need not
ear getting something not stylish from
Last Friday night some one cut lose
horse which was hitched at the oil
ill belonging to _Mr. J. E. Kelley. and
is supposed rode him off. ']r. Kelley
as put to a great deal of trouble
.unting his horse but finally found him
t Mr. .J. Elbert Davi's place in the
Hogs: We are now ready to buy
Iogs: will also buy Pigs and Shoats, fat
r lean. Will pay highest price for
'attle, fat or poor. All kind of Hides
nd Skins wanted: also 50 bushels new
orn. Cash down for anything we buy.
'allow for sale. 'Manning Market Co..
). E. Webber, 'Manager.
It would be a good idea for the newly
lected delegation to the General As
embly from this county. to have a
eeting in the near future and formu
ite some plan by which Clarendon can
et. a new jail without raising the tax
avy any higher than it is at present.
t can be done if the delegation pull
:gether as we expect they will do.
Will receive another car of Moore's
Lnchor Brand Lime soon: finest lime
n the market. We have about 50 bar
els now in stock and a lot of Portland
ement. Special attention given mail
nd phone orders. Shipments made
ame day orders is received. Legg,
lutchinson & Co.
The 'Manning Lyceum will begin a
eries of entertainments for the fall and
;inter months and the first will be
iven at Institute Hall September 23,
hen Ir. Ralph Bingham. the most
ersatile entertainer on the American
latform, will be here. The lyceum
ill put on only high class entertain
aents and should be well patronized.
A Sad Dissapointment.
Ineffective medicine is a disappoint
aent, but you don't want to purge.
train and break the glands of the
tomach and bowels. DeWitts Little
arly Risers never dissapoint. They
lense the system of all poison and
utrid matter and do it so gently that
ne enjoys the pleasant effects. They
re a tonic to the liver. Cure billious
es, torpid liver and prevent fever.
'he R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Major E. P. McKissic, Asheville. N.
. says: "Speaker Thomas B. Reed
old me that he never in his whole life
njoyed anything in the shape of a story
s he did Ralph Bingham's 'Tiresome
story Teller' at the Gridiron dinner.
Vashington, D. C. I thought DeWitt
almage, Dr. Depew and Tom Reed
ud a lot of those big wigs would laugh
hemselves to death." He will appear
,t Institute Hall September 23.
One day last week a negro calling
imself "Jeemes Wright" of Orange
urg, went to Mr. J. R. Dyson's place
bout five miles from town, and asked
or work, Mr. Dyson put him to pick.
og cotton, and he pick-ed until he got
.inner, then he pulled out and when
eard of again he had broke into a house
n the place and stole a pistol there
rom. Mr. Dyson caught him, and
,fter the fellow admitted the theft he
ras brought to Manning and lodged in
Mr. Editor-Allow mec to speak a few
ords in favor of Chamberlain's Cough
temedv. I suffered for three years
'ith the bronchitis and could not sleep
,t nights. I tried several doctors and
-arious patent medicines, but could get
othing to give me any relief until my
rife got a bottle of this valuable medi
ie, which has completely relieved
ae-W. S. Brockmnan, Bagnell, Mo.
his remedy is for sale by The R. B.
aryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Lorvea,
A telephone message from New Zion
name to Manning yesterday to Sheriff
)avis notiflying him that a house be
:ging to Mr. A. 0. Hudson was burn
d, and asked him to go over there with
tunds to trace the perpetrators of the
eed. Sheriff Davis did not have the
ogs, and tried to get some from other
laces but did not succeed. In the
fternoon he received another message,
,nd he with Deputy Heriott went over.
The house that was burned was unoccu
ied, and there is no doubt that it was
et on fire.
A Parson's Noble Act.
"I want all the world to know,"
rites Rev. C. J. Budlong, of Asha
ray . I.. "what a thoroughly good
.nd reliable medicine I found in Elec
rc Bitters. They cured me of jaun
ice and liver troubles that had caused
ne great suffering for many years.
or a genuine, all-around .cure they ex
ci anything I ever saw.'" Electric
itters are the surprise of all for their
ronderful work in Liver, Kidney and
stomach troubles. Don't fail to try
hem. Only 50 cts. Satisfaction is
~uaranteed by The R. B. Loryea Drug
We want our readers and the friends
f THE TIES to read the advertise
nents in our columns, and they will
onfer a special favor upon the paper
hey wish to see prosper, if they will
uy from those who are offering to sell
rough these columns. The only way
o sustain a newspaper, is through its
,dvertising patronage, and where the
riends of a paper see a disposition tc
ripple their paper by withholding
atronage, it is a poor rule that does
tot work both ways, and the compl i
ent should be returned. In other
ords patronize the advertisers of THE
Water Cure for Chronic Constipation.
Take two cups of hot water half an
tour before each meal and just before
~oing to bed, also a. drink of water, hot
r cold, about two hours after eaoih
eal. Take lots of outdoor exercise
alk, ride, drive. Make a regular
abit of this and in many cases chronic
onstipation may be cured without the
tse of any medicine. When a purga.
ive is required take something mild
.nd gentle like Chamberlain's Stamaeh
.nd Liver Tablets. For sale by The
. B. Loryea Drug Store Isaac M. Lor
When we wrote a series of articles
ast year and the year before, about
he importance of our merchants be
oming aroused to the necessity of do
ng something to stimulate our Cotton
arket, some of them were disposed
a think harshly of us, because they
egarded our editorials calculated to
jure the town. We differed from
hem, and tock the position that agita
ion wvould have a good effect and in
tead of hurting it would help. The
esult has proven the correctness of
ur position, and today Manning in
Lead of having one active cotton buy
r it has four, and each one buying on
de market from anybody who has cot
m to sell. The prices very freq1uently
xceling that of Sumter. and as a rule
qualing Sumter. WVe pride ourself on
eingr somewhat responsible for this
esirable condition. and we prop~ose to
eep the good work agoing until Man
g will be noted far and wide as the
est market for both cotton and tobac
a in the Stte
It is our Darpose to run a fine serial
story. and make TmI- TuIES eight
pares: to do so we must urge upon those
of our subscribers who are in arrears
to cCme or send us some money. It,
cost a great deal of money to run a !lrst
class newspaper. and our friends, many
of whom are as good as gold. but are
in arrears. expecting to settle most
anytime. We would urge all such to
pay. and those who we do not hear from
by October 1st. that are in arrears of
over one year we will surely cut off, as
we cannot afford to supply a newspaper
to peol who do not pay. In some
cases got. men put these little things
ofT. not im -uding to inconvenience us.
but a little here and a little there
makes a large :mount and it cramps.
We therefore he every man who is in
arrears to TrE 'l uIiEs to come forward
For a bad taste in the mouth take
Chamberlain's ,:tomach and Liver
Tablets. For sa'e av The R. B. Loryea
Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
Manning had a tobacco dr
Friday which excelled any'
had before, and every merch :L1
town was benefitted thereby. The
People's Warehouse had upon its floors
about 50.000 pounds, and would have
had more but some got impatient to be
unloaded and would not wait, a cause
which will be remedied in the future
as the management is determined to
not let anybody go away for want of
prompt handling. The floor of this
house was an inspiring sight, the piles
of yellow weed representing piles of
golden coin, and also representing the
toil and sweat and, enterprise of our
farmers. The sale begun about mid
day and the prices ran from 6 to 75
cents per pound. Everybody was de
lighted and as long as the product lasts
the People's Warehouse will be popu
lar. Why? Because the management
are trade builders and is not expecting
to get rich in a day.
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
and durable and still lasts, with the
bes. Meats of all kinds-Beef, Pork,
Sausage and Mutton.
WM. JAMES. Proprietor.
Let us get down to business and think
about something of material value to
all of us. The people have every rea
son to feel thankful for the way Provi
dance has watched and taken care of
them this year. The health of the
country has been comparatively good,
we have had no pestilence, nor any
contagion, the seasons in most sections
were excellent. and the crops good.
There will be an abundance of food for
man and beast, and the money crops
does not justify complaint. The tobac
co farmers have coined money and the
cotton farmers are realizing fair prices.
These blessings should caution us to
think that those of us who are burden
ed with debt should now while we can,
take off as much of the burden as poss
ible, and those of us who have cash
should remember, that "money bath
wings" and if not carefully managed it
will tly away and leave us stranded on
the shoals of dependence. Our advice
to every farmer is, to take his money,
pay his debts, and if he has any money
left, buy for cash his next years sup
plies. He can right now make arrange
ments for his guano and groceries for
future delivery, and if he will do it he
will, next spring, rise with the lark,
and'go to work whistling merrily, but
if he throws his money away fool
ishly, he will have to give a lien on his
crop, a mortage on his mule, and before
his crop is in the ground it will al
ready be owned by the man who furn
ishe<I him. Look' ahead, and lay in
your supplies while the money is yours
if you want to feel the benefits of free
dom and independence. By all means
pay your debts first, because your cred
itors were the bridges which carried
you over a surging stream safely, and
then take your ready money and strike
the best bargains for the next year.
Net Doomed For Life.
.I was treated for three years by
good docttrs," writes W. A. G reer,
MceConnellsville, O.,- "for Piles, and
Fistula. but, when all failed, Bucklen's
Arnica Salve cured me in two weeks."
Cures Burns. Bruises, Cuts, Corn, Sores
Eruptions, Salt Rheum, Piles or no
pay' 25c at The R. B. Loryea DrugI
Before the tobacco crolp is all sold,
what's the matter with having "A
Tobacco Day" for MIanning? The
growers of th~e yellow weed are a peo
ple who are constantly on the lookout
for the best place to carry the product,
and if M~anning will get a "hump" on
herself there is no reason why we can
not bring here 100,000 pounds in one
day. With such an amount upon our
market. buyers from all over the coun
try would come here and the competi
tion would be lively. It would indeed
be a race where only the heaviest
purse can win. As an attraction to in
duce people here from all sections of
the country and adjoining counties, a
street carnival with all manner of
amusements could be put on. A thing
of this kind will be a money-maker for
our merchants, and in fact, every body
else. To do this however, everybody
in the town, men and women, white
and colored,'all must join in and push
the project. They all must enter into
it with enthusiasm, and- begin talking
it up from the moment the scheme is
If this suggestion meets with approv
al, we can assure the business men that
all in our power, whether' it be adver
tising pe rsonal labor, or money con
tribution or al-l, will be done to make
the occasion a grand and never-to-be
forgotten success. Whatever is to be
done must be put in operation at once.
s the crops is fast being sold. Ima
gin a parade of wagons bringing 100.
000 pounds of tobacco, headed by a
brass band, a committee of ladies and
gentlemen on horse back, and banners
and flags ilying, wouldn't it be a sight
to inspilre additional perseverance to
win trade for Manning? Then let us
make this picture real, and everybody
hurrah for a tobacco carnival.
ILingering Summer Colds.
Dan't let a cold run at this season.
Summer colds are the hareest kind to
cranifneglected may linger along
fo ots. A long siege like this
will pull down the strngest constitution.
Oe Minute Cough Cure will break up
the attack at once. Safe, sure, acts at
once. Cures coughs, colds. croup,
a *chitis, all throat and lung troubles.
The children like it. The RI. B3. Lorvea
Successful Candidate-I shan't for
get the promises in virtue of which I
have been elected.
Political Manager - That's right.
Bar themn in mind. With a little
brushing up they'll probably elect ;;cu
Josh Wetaeo oogoote?. Ind..
is a poortman,ut hesays he would
not be without Chamberlain's Pain
Balm if it cost five dollars a bot tle, for
it saved him from being a cripple. No
external aplilcation is equal to this
linient for stifT and swollen joints.
Icontracted muscles, stiff neck, ..spraius
and rheumatic and muscular paitns. It
has ailso cured numerous cases of partial
parls iIt is for sale by The IR. B.
Lorea Drug~ Store. Isne M. Loryea.
We want to see this town boast of a
market unexcelled, and the way to
have it so. is for every business man
here to pull together with a view to
draw people here. Some of our mer
chants are doing their part, while oth
ers are not: the ones dragging behind
want to get the benefits of the enter
prise of the others, but if they would
put aside their short sightedness they
would see the far greater benefit to all
of the merchants. if all would go earn
estly together to make it an induce- I
ment for the farmers to bring their I
products here. The first thing to
wards making a market solid is to
insuire confidence, and the next to give
full market price, and sell goods with
a money saving view. The market t
that has for its motto Confidence,
Full Value and Competition, is bound
to go foward and bring in trade.
In this day of active commercialism.
where the dollar is rolling down hill
and the human race is chasing after it,
the people are posting themselves, and
to-day are better post on the values of
merchandise, and the products of the
soil, than at any period in theirhistory, ]
and this being the case the drone in
business, must get out of the way to
give room for activity. We hope that
every merchant in this town will make
some effort to induce our railroads to
give this place a freight rate the equal
of other points; it can be done and will
be, if our busines men will go at it
right. There is no reason or justice
for Sumter to have a L advantage over
Manning on cotton rates, and this im
portant difference has been permitted,
by our merchants quietly submitting
to it. without a murmer. If they will
take hold of this matter in a business
way, go or send a representative to the
railroad commissioners to present this
matter, we believe the farmers would
get the benefit of the b added to their
price of cotton, and that . additional is
so much more cash to be handled in
the purchase of goods.
The farmers want to come here, it is
as natural as for ducks to go to water, -
but human nature is the same the
world over; where the greatest induce
ments are, there is where you will find ]
the people who a'-e wanting to buy
goods and if our business men will act ]
with intelligence they will not allow ]
another market to draw our trade.
R EAS ONS
The R, B, Loryea Drug . Store
IS THE MOST POPULAR DRUG
BECAUSE Uniform courtesy is ex- }
1St. tended to all patrons, whether rich or
poor. white or colored
BECAUSE We carry the largest and
nUd. most complete line of DRUGS.
MEDICINES and CHEMICALS.
BECAUSE Our Prescription Depart- 2
3rd. ment is conducted on strict Pharma
4th. BECAUSE Promptness. Celerity.
h Dispath and Skill are exhibited first.
last and all tae time.
th BECAUSE Night calls are cheerfully.
. courteously and promptly responded
6th BECAUE nvy. jealousy and 'mal- I
.iehave no home in our establhsh
ht BECAUSE We arc agents for the
I i. justly popular LONGMAN & MAR
TINEZ PREPARED PAINTS.
8th BECAUSE We are agents for T. W.
. WOOD & SONS' Tested and True
Garden Sced. Seed that will germi
nate, and which secured the medal .
for general excellence from the Paris -
Exposition of 1900.
9th~4 BECAUSE We are the agents for
e. INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD
COMPANY'S Products. We have
many unsolicited testimonials regard
ing their efficacy.
(410 BUT Why tell people what they
l~.. already know? And they are fully
aware that THE R. B. LORYEA
DRUG STORE is conceded to he
thes Ideal Drug Store of Clarendon
For Twenty-eight years THE R. '3. LORYEA
DRUG STORE has met every demand made
mypo thm Sn whil e n may cme and men
like a beaco:1 and shines for all.
ISAAC M, LORYEA, Proprietor, 1
Sig-n of the
MANNINC, S. C.
'PHONE NO. 2.
27 Mail Orders receive immediate attention.
Arrived Sept. 10th,
the First Car Load
of the Season.
I spent several days at Lexington,
Kentucky, and personally selected this
stock that all the requirements of the,
trade might be filled.
In the lot can be found all kinds of
Horses, including Pairs, Single Fancy
Divers, Roadsters and Saddlers.
I cordially invite you to inspect them.
NATIVE RUST PROOF SEED OATS.
A FULL LINE OF
Ear'ness and Vehicles.
ONE CAR OF TIMBER
.AND FARMI MARES.
W. M. Graham,
SUMTER, S. C.
A Large Supply
RHAME'S DRUG STORE,
i Pencil Tablets, &o., ibi I
Rb hame's Drug Store
We desire to extend to our many lady 1friends a hearty wel
some to call at our store, where they will find now on display the
nost complete line of Fine Dress Goods, Silks and Trimmings
.ver shown in Manning.
It is a known fact that we lead in Fine Dress Goods and this
act is more thoroughly demonstrated in our great stock of Dress
roods and Silks we are showing this fall than ever before. All of
he newest things in dress fabrics will be found in our large stock.
We have added a new department to our store, a nice line of
iadics' Tailor-Made Suits, ranging in price from $7.50 to $20 and
.an fit any lady from 32 to 42 bust measure.
Cloaks and Furs.
For many seasons past we have been carrying a nice line of
31oaks and Furs, but this season we are carrying the largest as
;ortment we have ever shown and all of the latest style garments
ire reflected in our splendid line of Cloaks and Furs.
The Monte Carlo Jackets will play an important part in the
iew style Cloaks this fall. We have the Monte Carlo in stock.
Our Miss Coppedge has been in the markets of New York,
?hiladelphia and Baltimore for the past five weeks, where she has
>een studying the styles and buying our fall and winter stock of
The ladies may look for a treat this fall at our fall opening of
Pattern Hats and fine Dress Goods, Silks and Trimmings and fine
[entlemen, We Have Not Forgotten U.
We are now showing one of the largest and cheapest lines of
.ent's. Youths' and Children's Clothing to be found in town.
Children's Two-Piece Knee Suits, from 50c to $5 per Suit.
Men's All-Wool Suits, from $5 to $15.
Our line of Hats, Shirts, Collars and Cuffs and Gent's Fall and
Vinter Underwear has no equal in this town.
Our Great Shoe Stock.
It is useless for us to dwell upon the merits of our great line
)f Shoes, for the people are too well acquainted with our famous
ine of H. C. GODMAN BLACK BOTTOM SHOES for Ladies
Our great line of Reynolds' Hand-Made Shoes for Gent's fine
year and a general line of Staple Shoes up to the highest stand
We picked up a big bargain in Shoes and we offer the same at
Five hundred pair of Ladies' Heavy Pebble Grain Work Shoes
it 75c per pair, in both Lace and Button.
Call and see us when you want the best Shoes for the least
W. E. JEN NO .
You Cannot Do Better
THAN TO CARRY YOUR
TOBACCO TO THE ... .
PEOPLES TOBACCO WAREHOUSE5
For in the first place our manager, Mr. R. D. Clark is one of
~he best judges of tobacco of any warehouseman in this section
md will always see that your tobacco brings its full value.
And in the second place Mr. Clark is an honest man, one that
~he people can rely on for justice, who will always stand up for
~he interest of those who entrust the sale of their tobacco to his
And in the third place our Warehouse is one of the best light
d houses in the State, and consequently your tobacco will show
2p better and bring more on our floor than any other house in this
Bring your Tobacco to the PEOPLE'S WAREHOUTE. where
you know your tobacco will be properly handled and you honestly
R. D. CLARK, Manager.
S S. R. VENNING,!JEL
- '~ atches, Clocks, Jewelry and All Kinds 0f
EN mae a wseci lar of WED ad HPOLIDAY PRES
Silverware, Hand-Painted China, Glassware
and numerous other nrticles suitable for Gifts of all kind.
coM AND SEE THEM-.
All watch. Clock and Jewelry Repairin-n done promptly and
LEVI i3LOCiK. - *ANIG S. C.
.. .* SPRINGS
Nature's Greatest Remedy
FOR DISEASES OF THE
Liver, Kidneys, Stomach
Ph ysicians Prescribeit,
S PaW2tiet eedo t n
De lirschlmann's Store,
Next Door to Postofficea
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
W\V 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
ings, Shoes, Hats
And all the new chic styles in NECKWEAR, SHIRTS, 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.
U. 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
Smake your machinery run light. Can thread1 your pipe,
from t-inch to 2 inches, at little cost. All of this mate
rial is to be sold at little margin.
H HOUS E BUILDE RS,
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- DIOIKSON.
8 'Phone No. 4. Next to Levi's.
Continues to Swell With
Choice and Matchless Bar
gains Every Day.
Every freight brings us something new and we are pricing
them so low that you will wonder how and where we get the
goods. Well, I can tell you, they are the outcome of the
mnighty HARD CASH,-combined with months of careful and
Dress Goods and Silks.
Oh! how delighted we are always to serve the ladies, and
when we are buying nice Dress Goods we keep them con
Sstantly on our minds, and I know they will be well pleased
this season with our magnificent showing. Enough to tell
you that we are showing Dress Goods from10~c to $1.50 per
y ard, embracing the newest fabrics and weaves. The pretty
Moit'e Silks, Plain Silks and Fancies.
Great line of Fancy Silks, suitable for lining the tailored
suits, at 20c.
S Fancy Velvets, Silk Velvets and Panne Velvets and Trim
mings of all kinds.
We Have a Breat Stock of Uomiestics.
Frthis week we will place on sale a big lot of heavy.
Brown Drills that our neighbors sell you at 7i to 8, for 5c
GENT'S FINE CLOTHING.
We have taken great pains with the selection of our
ReadyMadeSuits this season and we are justly proud of
teli'ne we are showing this year.
The famous SCHLOSS BROS. nobby line of FINE
CLOTHING is in our house and everybody knows the mer
its of these stylish Suits. To look well dressed you must
wear this line. The prices are not high either.
Our Shoe stock was never more complete than we have it
now. We have shoes from the very cheapest to the best and
from the largest to the smallest-from 0 to 13.
HAMILTON-BROWN SHOE COMPANY'S own makes,
SPicnic and American Lady and American Gentlemen Shoes
H4 are without doubt the most stylish and most comfortable and
~4will wear longer than any other shoes in the world.
S HAMILTON-BROWN CHILDREN'S SHOES are neat
I iin appearance, long wearers and at a reasonable price for
i' such good shoes.
Men's good every day Shoes bought low down for cash and
y 3ou won't buy thcm~ cheaper than 81, but for this month they
'are y ours for 8~>c the pair.
Ladies' nice Sunday Shoes at 98c.
Things for the Home.
Large size Rugs and Carpetings, etc.
Our nice Chinaware in plain White Goods is something
y ~ou w ill appreciate to see.
I White China Cups and Saucers, White China Plates in the
dinner sizes at a very low sum.
S Decorated Ware, Plain Stone Chinaware.
I Our American Cut Glass looks just like the real stuff. It
is so very cheap is the good part.
While in New York the Old Reliable made some big deals
S in Hardware and thus enables us to sell you articles of Hard
>H warc so much cheaper than our competitors.
S Great line of Cutlery at a low-ebb price.
We want you to come in and look at our goods: if you
dont care to'buy, all right, if you do buy we know you will
bepleased withE what you get and will tell your nearest
neighbor about us, thereby helping the good cause along.
4Nothing but high grade goods will you find in our store.