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Publishes All County and Town Of
MANNING, S. C., NOV. 26, 1902.
FOR ALL KINDS OF
W. E. JENKINSON.
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MUST 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. Arrangements
have been made with the agent at depot to tele
phone when freight trains are approaching
Fare. 10 cents each way.
The scholars of the Institute will
have a public dbate this evening.
There will be a marriage in the
Presbyterian church this evening at 6
We are glad to announce that Mrs.
Pearl Robson, who is so desperately ill
at McColl, is improving.
The oat crop all over the country is
coming up beautifully, and the green
swarded fields make a pretty sight.
Charleston's gala week begins next
Monday. The railroads will have
their usnal cheap rates for such oc
Mr. E. S. McIntosh on yesterday lost
a $20 gold certificate while coming from
Salem. The finder will confer a favor
by giving him the money.
We will send the Twice-a-week edi
tion of the News and Courier and THE
MANNING TIMES for $2.00 a year.
These two first class newspapers for
S2.00 a year.
Mr. Bradford Singleton of Sumter,
and Miss Lillie Lla James of Claren
don, were married by Rev. G. T.
Gresham, at the residence of the bride's
father, Mr. W. W. James, at 3, p. in.,
Nov. 19th, inst.
A good many farmers in the Fork
section are going to plant wheat, and
theL want some of the mills to put in a
beolting machine. The first mill to ac
commodate them will be the mill now
being built on the Colclough place.
A party of timber prospectors from
Washington, D. C , passed through
Manning yesterday mornmng, on their
way to the swamps of Santee. They
were accompained by Mr. Matthison,
who owns a large -body of swamp tim
ber, which is looked after by Mr. Geo.
Some time during the night of the
18th, a small saw mill belonging to Mr.
C. R. Harvin, situated near Paxville
was, Mr. Harvin thinks set on fire, and
destroyed, together with considerable
lumber. The loss is about $1000 with
- no insurance. Mr. Harvin thinks it
was the work of an incendiary.
Get a free sample of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets at The
Rt. B. Loryea drug store. They are
easier to take and more pleasant in
effect than pills. Then their use is
not followed by constipation as is
often the case with pills. Regular
size, 25c, per box.
Last Monday a young white man,
calling himself Baker, went to Mr. W.
F. Duke, near Workman, hired to
work, and after supper, he left the table
ahead of the family, stole Mr. Duke's
gun, went over to a neighbor's house,
stole $3.00 from him, and then went to
Mr. John Epps' and stole a set of har
ness. The scamp has skipped.
An altercation on last Monday morn
ing between Hon. J. H. Lesesnne and
and Professor W. A. Stuckey has
furnished a great deal of material for
gossip, notwithstanding the affair is
sincerely deplored; both are brave and
honorable gentlemen, and we are
pleased to learn that their unfortunable
differences have been adjusted.
Miss Annie Loryea sent to the News
and Courier a home raised lemon,
which, brought forth an editiorial ad
vocating the culture of lemons in this
country. Miss Loryea's lemon meas
ured 14t ounces in circunmferance. We
know of a young lady in this town who
has a small tree bearing quite a num
ber of these same kind of mammoth
As a result of a quarrel at a hot sup
perDaniel Jones shot and killed Jim
HaprGreen on Col. Brock's planta
tion last Thursday night. Both are
negroes, and it seems they had a fight
and Jones smarting under the result
of it, went home got his gun, and while
Green was sitting in a chair in his own
house, Jones shot him through a crack
in the house and then skipped.
Ben W. Bell of Davis, who was ar
rested for passing a forged check on
D. J. Chandler in Sumter, was very
fortunate in securing a compromise.
His father Mr. Manning Bell went te
Sumter, paid Mr. Chandler the amount
of the check, costs and all other ex
penses incurred, and Mr. Chandler
withdrew the complaint and had the
unfortunate youug man released. Ben
passed through here last Saturday
night on his way home
Died at his home near St. Paul the
night of the 17th, Mr. Robert F. Tur
ner aged about 69 years. The funeral
took place at St. Paul the next after
noon, the Summerton lodge of free
masons participating with their ritual
honors. Mr. Turner was a good citi
zen. a successful farmer, and a whole
souled and generous neighbor. His
home was always open, and his hand
was always free; in his death that
community loses a valuable citizen.
A horse belonging to Mr. Dock
Ridgeway was stolen last Wednesday
night and Clinton Wise from the Pax
ville section was arrested in Sumter
the next day at Harby's stable by
Policeman Seymour. The arrest wai
made upon telephone information sen1
from Manning. Wise claimed to be
Elston Ridgeway, and that the horse
belonged to his father, but when con
fronted by parties who knew him, he
admitted his identity and confessed the
crime. He was committed to jail and
afterwards sent to Manning. and lodg
ed in thejail here where he will awail
As we went to press last week the
jury was in the room considering the t<
case of Walter Banks, charged with t1
assault and battery with intent to kill, b
and carrying a concealed weapon. y
They returned a verdict of not grilty, p
and Banks was immediately arrestel h
upon a warrant from Sumter. h
In the matter of Daniel Morris, J E. ti
Morris, J. J. Morris, John Mclntosh, i
and Milligan, malicious mischief, the tl
verdict was guilty with recommenda- a
tion to mercy, as to Daniel and J. E. a
Morris, and not guilty as to the others. %
The judge sentenced the parties to six a
months on chain gang and a fine of fl
fifty dollars each, making the imprison- 1L
ment cease immediately upon the pay- r
ment of the fine. The fine was paid by p
a friend.lat once. n
In the Court of Common Pleas the ti
first case tried was S. W. Gowdy 0
against Ellen Gowdy and others for the t:
recovery of land. The case was fought it
hard on both sides, Capt. Kelly of S
Kingstree and Wilson & DuRant were d
the attorneys for the plaintiff, and h
Hon. Jos. F. Rhame and Capt. W. C. fi
Davis were the attorneys for the de- ai
fendant. Throughout the entire case P
there was a constant clash between the ai
senior attorneys neither yielding to I
the other. Captain Davis made the t(
speech of his life, it was a very skillful g
handling of the facts, eloquently put. g
and convincingly presented, all of the tl
other attorneys made fine speeches al- d
so, but as one expressed it, "I do not n
see how that jury can get around sc
Davis' eloquence, and Rhame's horse c:
sense law," this seemed to be the gen- 01
eral sentiment before the jury retired, tI
and it was verified when the jury re- r
turned a verdict for the defendants. a:
The case of Ducket against Butler ai
and others was argued to the judge P
who took the papers and reserved his pi
In the case of Chewning et al against is
Dingle et al a consent verdict was ren- si
dered in favor of plaintiffs. 0
The last case tried was Eliza A. fe
Epps against D. W. Alderman & Sons n<
Co, suit for $600 damages, Capt. W. N
C. Davis for plaintiff, WIlson & Du- n:
Rant for defendant, verdict in favor of u]
plaintiff for SI50 damages. Motion is
mdae for a new trial. ai
The clerk of court was instructed to cl
get the sheriff to notify the jurors R
drawn for the second week not to come, r
as the business of the court is over. b
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon' b.
November, 19th, 1902. b
To His Honor D. A. Townsend Judge
Presiding November term of 44
court. Clarendon county:
We the grand jury for Clarendon
county ask to make this our present
ment. We have endeavored to perform
our duties conscientiously. We have o
passed on the bills submitted to us, and 'c
tried to give proper and prompt atten- c
tion to each and every matter brought b
before us. We would ask your Honor h
to excuse any mistake or mistakes p
We ask to report that the committee a
appointed to look into all matters ap- a
pertaining to public weal appointed by it
grand jury report that they performed I1
the duties encumbered upon them. It M
is with pride we report that our officers u
are giving good services, that nothing a
has been discovered to warrant us i It
reporting our county officers as dere- e
lict, while once and again we have a:
been asked to criticise the "official con- F
duct" of certain officers, and while we s
believe that improvements might be
made and that there are grounds for
slight criticism, we do not hesitate to
state to your Honor, that so far as we
can see, there has been no wanton B
neglect of duty. h.
The recommendation made .by- us at at
the former term of court. we would ask - o
to hear from. We think that not only rt
your Honor and the court officials:,
should expect the recommendations to viy
be regarded, but that the "common fe
wealth" should expect all to be done a1
and to be executed. This grand jury la
would not too harshly criticise our ti
officers who have failed to measure up ti
to what is expected of them by indi- a
viduals. ' t
Many complaints have been made
with reference to roads and embridge- d
ments on highways, etc. We hope t<
that measures are being taken to reme- h
dy this. .h
We do earnestly appeal to the Legis- it
lators from the county to take such w~
steps as might be necessary to provide oi
the money for the construction of a is
jail. The death trap used as jail has c;
been condemned by every grand jury a:
for years. We do now condemn the o)
building. We hesitate not to say that r<
the jail now used, is a disgrace to our d
county. Members of this jury complim p
that our public roads are still being en- o
croached upon. t
We ask that the recommendations c
made by this jury at the last court be en- n
forced. Appointed expert to make d
examinations into the conduct of our o
officials, reports as follows: e
That he inspected the books of our is
various county officers, that he was not 'w'
able to find any irregularities. . p
The examinations wvere necessarily n
casual and limited there being but four it
days allowed there for. The books of f<
the various magistrates were carefully n,
gone over. The money collected by it
magistrates have been turned over to y
the county; inspection of expert begins s<
where former expert, J. H. Lesesne p
left off. p
We ask to hand to your Honor, the e.
paper handed to us by Charltonx Du- ta
Rant, Esq., with reference to the in- ti
dexing of magistrate's deeds etc., .and fi
asked that same be read and received d
as a part of the presentment. si
This we endorse and recommend h
that appropriation be made to attain g
the ends desired. The paper immed- p
iately here-in before refered to is tl
signed by A. Levi, Esq., Jacob A. n
Weinberg, J. H. Timmons clerk of o
court, J. H. Lesesne, Esq., and Charl- t1
ton DuRant, Esq. a
S. M. Youmans, Esq., has turned
over to us, testimony taken "in exparte y
way," in case presented to this jury on s
the 18th, against J. P. Turbeville by
. R Keels. Esq.,
We are asked to make presentment
of the testimony which is attached here
to, and we are further requested to t
ask that this honorable court act at r
once in this matter.
Thanking your Honor for your cour- t
teous treatment, as also patience, we
respectfully submit this our present
If you are bilious and seeking advis- r
Take DeWitt's Little Early Risers, i
Just before going to bed. f
You will find onthe morrow,I
You are rid of your sorrow-a
That's all; just enough said.
These famous pills do not gripe, 3
but move the bowels gently and eas
ily, cleansing the liver. Their tonic
effect gives strength to the glands,
preventing a return of the disorder.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
A quiet but very beautiful wedding
took place in this city on Wednesday
afternoon at the residence of Mr.
Robert Waring on Bull street. The
contracting parties were Dr. William
Sims Boyd, formerly of South Caroli- I
na, but now of Jersey City, and Ni~isst
Florence Augusta Evans of Orange- f
The florail decorations in chrysan- f
themums, roses and lilies were ex- I
quisite. The Rev. Churchill Satter-a
lee, rector of Trinity. performed thei
ceremony. Mrs. WV. H. Gilliard, sister
of the groom and .Miss Mina Gilliard,
his niece, were present. The happyi
pair left immediataly for their future I
ome in .Tercey Citv-Sundav's State.
Tom Wilder Here.
Among the recent arrivals in this
>wn none was more gladly welcomed
ian W. Thompson Wilder. who has
een away from Manning about eight
ears. Mr. Wilder has had quite an ex
erience. He left here with failing
ealth and went to Texas, from there
e sought the climate of Mexico, re
irning to Texas. he found an outdoor
fe was much in his favor, so he joined
le United States army, his gentility
tracted the attention of his officers
ad after a short period of service, he
as given trusted positions that or
inary enlisted men are seldom con
ded in. He served through the Span
h-American war in this country and
?tired from the service in the Philip
nes. Mr. Wilder's efficiency was so
tuch appreciated, that when his army
me was out. he was made a boarding
licer in the Custom-house at one of
ie principal seaports, and is now hold
ig a still higher position in the United
ates service at Manila. - Mr. Wilder
tained a three months leave, and this
e is using to visit his relatives and
-iends. He speaks Spanish fluently,
2d talks very interestingly about the
hilippines, the natives, their customs.
id their ability for self government.
i his opinion the Fillipinos are not fit
govern themselves, and they are be
nning to take kindly to the new civil
>vernument. He says, the people of
is country are misled about the con
tions. and the tales of horror are
uch exaggerated, and while there is
me ground for complaint, as is the
se in all countries where a condition
war has existed, yet it is not any
ing like as bad as politicians would
ake it appear, and no worse, if as bad,
was the condition in this country
ter the civil war. The people of the
hilippines have got to start life afresh
st as they do everywhere where an
vading army has passed over; there
a condition of devastation, no rice,
gar, or any of the other farm products
the country, but the lands are very
rtile and will soon be back in their
)rmal condition. He says the city of
:anila, is an old Spanish city with its
irrow streets, and its plazas, the pop
ation made up of all nations and there
lots of gaity. The social conditions
-e excellent, and among the better
ass of natives the society is very fine.
e is very fond of the country, and has
uch confidence in its future. He will
here the rest. of this week. and then
will go to the up country, before
>ing across the continent where he
ill take ship for China. Mr. Wilder
is prospered well, his health is good,
it notwithstanding his success in this
r away land, and his going back
rain, yet we can see that he feels
here's no place like home."
How To Prevent Croup.
It will be good news to the mothers
small children to learn that croup
Lf be prevented. The first sign of
-oup is hoarsness. A day or two
fore the attact the child becomes
:arse. This is soon followed by a
culiar rough chugh. Give Cham
.in's Cough Remedy freely as soon
the child becomes hoarse, or even
ter the rough cough appears, and
will dispel all symptoms of croup.
this way all danger and anxiety
.ay be avoided. This remeday is
ed by many thousands'of mothers
:d has never been known to fail.
; is, in fact, the only remedy that
n can always be depended upon
d that ir pleasant and fafe to take.
or sale by The R. B. Loryea Drug
ore, Isaac M. Loryea Prop.
Pulled For Selling On Sunday.
Last Sunday morning policeman
uggins, arrested and put in the guard
yuse, for violating the Sunday ordmn
ie, 'Jimnmy Scurrey the news butcher
ithe train from Charleston. Scur
y sold some cigars out of hais train
indow to a party at the depot. This
ung man was arrested once before,
r the same offense and was fined $5.
id now it is believed that his action
st Sunday was a studied one through
t advice of counsel, and his permit
ng himself to be incarcerated means
test case, and the involving of the
in in a law suit.
We understand that there is some
ubt about the depot being within the
>wn limits. The charter calls for one
if mile each way from the court
use, and it is said, that notwithstand
g the Rutledge survey, a resurvey
ill show the depot to be just on the
tside; we do not know whether this
so or not, but if it is so, the town
inot be held, even if it did wrong to
rest this young man. There is an
d ordinance which has never been
~pealed. which forbids selling on Sun
y, and we think the ordinance a
oper one if it will cover every class
business alike, as it is now, it makes
e selling of a cigar a guardhouse
rime and permits livery stables,
ews-stands and drug stores to con
act business the same as on any
her day. This is objectionable be
muse it is discriminating, and if there
any one thing an American citizen
'ill 'resent it is discrimination, and
a~rtialitv. Enforce the Sunday law.
man has a rie-ht to conduct a traffic
ig business on a day set aside by law
r religious worship, at the same time,
hen such a law is to be enforcd make
bear equally on everybody. The
ung man arrested Sunday for selling
me cigars was locked up in the town
rison, and within a few feet from the
rison was a man trotting a horse in a
tele on the public street, preparatory
hitching him in a buggy. Under
1 town ordinance it was niot unlaw
1 for the stables, news-stands, and
rug stores to do business, but it is to
all the cigar, now which is the most
armful? There is such a thing as
etting too straight, and this we disap
ro-e of. We believe in respecting
e ordinances, but we would have a
iuch higher respect for the fairness
the oflicials if they would make
aeir ordinances cover everybody
The young man was given a hearing
esterday afternoon, admitted that he
ld the cigars, and was fined $5.
A Timely Suggestion.
This ie the season of the year when
be prudent and careful housewife
eplenishes her supply of Chamber
un's Cough Remedy. It is certain
o be needed before the winter is
ver, and results are much more
ropt and satisfactory whent it is
ept at hand and given as soon as
he cold is contracted and before it
as become settled in the system. In
Imost every instance a severe cold
.ay be warded off by taking this
emedv freelv as soon as the first in
ication of tihe cold appears. Thaere
3no danger in giving it to children
or it contains no harmful substance.
t s pleasant to take-both adults
.nd children like it. Buy it and you
r-ill get the best. It always cures.
or sale by The R. B. Loryea Drug
tor, Isaac M. Loryea Prop,
Ser h The Kind Yo Have Always Bought
A Startling Surprise.
Very fewv could believe in looking
.t A. T. Hoadley, a healthy, robust
lacksith of Tilden, Ind., that for
en years he suffered such tortures
rom rheumatism a few could endure
.nd live. But a wvonderful change
ollowed hais taking Electric Bitters.
' Two bottles wholly cured me," he
c'rites, "and I have not felt a twinge
n over a year." They regulate the
tidneys, purify the blood and cure
-heumatismn, neuralgia, nervousness,
mprove digestion and give perfect
iealth. Try them. Only 50 cts. at
h R. B. Tnrea Trnrg Store.
S. I. Till's, next door to 11igby's.
Rice Flour at The Manning Grocery
"P. P. P.,, and Obelisk Flour at The
Manning Grocery Co.
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Plant Wood's tested and true Wheat
Seed. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Horse Boots, Curry Combs, Brushes,
and Riding Spurs. Legg, Hutchinson
s; Co .C0
For Sale-500 acres of first class to
bacco land. For information apply at
Wanted-Standard Yellow Pine Ties
6x9x8. Anderson Lumber Co.. Char
leston, S. C. [11-st
We have a pretty assortment of Lap
robes running in price from 75c to $6.00
each. Legg, Hutchinson & Co.
Genuine Texas Red Rust Proof Seed
Oats, also a few hundred bushels of
Wood's Rust Proof Oats at The Man
ning Grocery Co.
For Sale: A tract of land situate
about 21 miles from the city of Sumter,
on the Manning road, containing 20
acres. Apply to Louis Appelt, Man
ning, S. C.
Will sell cheap-Lots No. 6 and 7 in
town of Rimini, S. C., including im
provemen'ts. Address, W. H. Gibbes
& Company, the Machinery People, Co
lumbia, S. C.
For Sale-A fine plantation half mile
of railroad at Paxville, well wooded
and good farm, also one fine double
buggy and harness, apply to Miss
Louise E. Andrews.
Men's, boy's and Misses' Riding Sad
dles, Single and Double Buggy Har
ness, Wagon Slip Harness, Plow Hames
Trace Chains, Beast Chains, Back
Bands, and Lines. Legg, Hutchinson
Don't forget that S. R. Venning's
Jewelry and Novelty store is head
quarters for wedding presents, Christ
mas presents, Birthday presents or
presents of any kind, he now has the
largest and best selected line he has
ever had. Call and see them.
Remember we sell Boyd's Stock
Medicines, and guarantee them to be
as represented. Every owner of stock
should have some of the Colic Cure,
Liniment, Ointment and Powders onI
hand in case of an emergency. Legg,
Hutchinson & Co.
A Thanksgiving Dinner.
Heavy eating is usually the first
cause of indigestion. Repeated at
tacks inflame the mucous membranes
lining the stomach, exposes the
nerves of the stomach, producing a
swelling after eating, heartburn,
headache, sour risings'and finally ca
tarrh of the stomach. Kodol relieves
the inflammation protects the nerves
and cures the catarrh. Kodol cures
indigestion, dyspepsia, all stomach
troubles by cleansing and sweetening
the glands of the stomach. The R.
B. Loryea Drug Stofe.
The A. H. Loryea Drug Store
IS THE MOST POPULAR DRUG
ESTABLISHMENT NORTH .
1 EAUSE Uniform courtesy is ex
1st. teddto all patrons, whether rich or
poor. white or colored
BECAUSE We carry the largest and
41UA.. most complete line of DRUGS.
MEDICINES and CHEMICALS.
r3 rd CAUErPecitinprt
h BEAUSE Promptness. Celerity,
4u. Dipthand Skill are exhibited first,
last and all the time.
h5BECAUSE Night calls arc cheerfully. F
iJ.J. courteously and promptly responded
6t BECAUSE envy. jeluyand mal
7th. BCAUSE We ar&aetsfr e
h8 BCAUSE We are agents for T. W.
8. 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.'
ht BCAUSE We are the agents for
9LJL. INTERNATIONAL SOKFO
COMPANY'S Products. We. have
many unsolicited testimonials regard
Ing their eilicacy.
h10t. BUT Why tell people what they
1 J.L. already know? And they are fully '
aware that THE R. B. LORYEA I
DRUG STORE is conceded to be
the Ideal Drug Store of Clarendon
For Twenty-eight years THE R. B. LORYEA
DRUG STORE has met every demand made
ma can'h Si of the Golden Mortar stands
like a beacon and shines for all.
ISAAC M. LDRY.A, Proprietor, '
MANNINC, S. C.
- '5=HONE NO. 2.
;27Mail Orders receive Immediate attention.
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The Wrong Glassi
SIf your present glasses fail to
Sgive you ease and comfort, there's
something wrong. Is it your
Sglasses or your eyes?
That's a vital question with you, i
SEither is bad enough and should
bring you to us at once.
We like to discover unusual
eye defects, the kind that puzzle
the average optician.
S" Glasses Right,
Good Sight." I
E. A. Buitman, I
. EEL.ER AND OPTICIAN.
Dr. Z. F. Highsmith, Optician,
in charge of Optical Department.
175S. Main St., - Sumter, S. C.
TjaKnow H ow
Many a man who has carved his
name on the dizziest heights of fame
falls down when he tries to carve a1
turkey. The KNOW HOW made
him in the first case, and NOT know
Ing how caused him to fall in the1
We KNOW HOW to put up your
h1 nmc DRU(J
R m s STORE,
5unmmerton. S. C.
T O B U Y Y O U R
S.visiting us often you can select a better vari
ety. Some of the Most attractive goods are soon
sold out. We are careful to prevent too many
from hav ing the same kind of presents. Par
ents who have children's wants to supply should
see our stock ev ery week.
Rhame's Drug Store.
Z Huyler's Bon-Bons and Lyon's
Fine Candies at
RHAME'S DRUG STORE. P
Filled the day received at
RHAKE'S DRUG STORE.
If we haven't got what you want we telegraph for it.
RHAME'S DRUG STORE.
R. F. Pain Tablets,
(50c by mail.)
For all kinds of pain, at
- RIIAME'S DRUG STORE,
R. F. Fever Pills.
Price to be advanced soon to $1.mi
Till January 15, 1903, price is 50c by mail.
Baker's Chocolate, 20c.
Instantaneous Tapioca, loc.
All Kinds of Flavoring 'Extracts, 5c.
and upward, at
RHAME'S DRUG STORE.
Christmas Presents for you, and Fire
* huimesl DlrL 8tore,
Summerton, S. C.
Come at once and get your
And plc ethat
" est Hat."
prompt delivery to allores
Summerton. S. C. E
Why Do the Best Dressed
Men Deal Here ?
The best dressed men throughout this.
locality buy their clothing at this store-every man who
wishes Me best comes to us sooner or later.
There are several reasons "why."
We have the widest
showing of "up-to-the
latest" styles. Different
men have different tastes
require different styles
to suit their different
N characteristics - that's
where our wide style
range comes in- -
A man can get from us
just the kind of clothing
that makes him look his
Schloss Bros. & Co. of Balti- T LAlL On GUM
more are makers of the "Best
clothing in the world "-we have
a splendid assortment of their
make of garments-all of which
bear this label. VU' .s.nai.. seu'ad.
S. A. RIGBY,
clothing and furnishings
GENTLEMEN AND BOYS,
'Manning, S. C.
SN. B. -Good ladies, we have not forgotten to keep your
. department chock full of rare bargains,- Dress
Goods, Silks and Velvets, etc., and specially in
vite you to call on us.
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Fallr a Wos f er Clolbt t iesn
and we would like for our Clarendon friends to
drop in and make their selections while the as
sortment is full.
We have good, Serviceable -Suits for men $500.
as low as...............--.-.
Medium grades at $6.50, $7.50 and. .. ..... 8.50.
And much finer grades at $10, $12, $15 and 20.e00.e
Boys' Suits from $1 up to..... .,8..5-..-.
A call from you will be very much appreciated.
0. 1. CHANDLER,
SUwmER, - S. C.