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MANNING, S. C., DEC. 10, 1902.
Never at this season of the year was
our stock in better shape to meet the
wants of the trade.
The largest line of staple practical
Holiday Goods ever seen in Manning.
Our Dry Goods' stock is complete in
We are closing out a line of Tailor
Made Suits very close. Nice Tailor
Made Suits, Jackets, lined with silk,
nicely trimmed, only $7.50 per Suit.
A large line of latest style Ladies'
Jackets very cheap. Also a nice line
If you are in need of Shoes here is
the place to come. The largest stock
of Shoes in town to select from and we
carry nothing but the best Shoes we
Our line of Gent's Clothing and
Overcoats is complete. -If you need a
nice Suit or Overcoat here is the place
Three hundred dozen Ladies' and
Gent's Handkerchiefs, Silk, Linen and
Cotton, at all prices and styles.
Call and see us for whatever you
want and we will come nearer fitting
than any other house in town.
W. E. JENKINSON.
g R 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
Far 10 cents each way.
Miss Hattie Harvin visited Charles
ton last week.
Lieut. A. C. Davis has been appoint
ed on Col. Wilie Jones' staff as Major.
On the 17th inst., at Asa, in Fairfield,
Mr. Joseph Sprott of Jordan, 'will wed
Miss Bessie Hall.
The town of Manning will be enjoy
ing the brilliancy of electric lights be
fore the new year.
Cards are out for the coming mar
riage at Jordan on the 18th inst., of
Mr. C. H. Bradley and Miss Alma
The public is cordiallv invited to at
tend an entertainment at Calvary acad
emy for the benefit of Calvary church
Mr. Marion Cannon who was so se
verely hurt by Harvin's tram road is
getting on nicely and is expected to be
We understand that Jenkinson the
hustling merchant is going to give to
baccooseed to encourage the planting of
the money-bringing weed.
The pastor of the Methodist church
'will preach his farewell sermon on Sun
.day morning at 11:30 o'clock. There
'will be no service at night.
We have heard nothing recent of the
proposed electric line, this project
should not be allowed to go to sleep,
-fr we believe it can be accomplished
'with good results.
Willie Howell, colored, an escaped
convict of the Florence county chain
gang was arrested at Alcolu, and
brought to Manning by Deputy sheriff
Heriott last Monday.
Mr. Dantzler Bradham has accepted
a position with the Butters Lumber Co,
at Boardman, N. C. Mr. Bradham is
an energetic young man and we are sat
isfied he will work himself up to promo
The organization of a county build.
ing an loan association would be a help
towards developing the waste places of
the county, and it would also be a good
investment for those who have surplus
Parties desiring to sell lands .in
this county may find it to their in
terest to consult with the editor of THE
TnMEs as he is in frequent commumllca
tion with people looking out for in
Wanted-The Manning business me~n
to get together and give some practi
cal demonstration of their faith in the
future of this town. This they can do
by holding out some inducement co
bring two railroads here at a very early
County Commissioners do not lose
sight of the new road leading to the
tobacco belt of this county. Such a
road will be worth thousands of dollars
in trade to this town, and it would also
be a great saving to the tobocco grow
Died in Sumter yesterday morning
Richard I Manning, Jr., son of Hon.
R. I. Manning. The deceased was a
handsome specimen of genteel man
hood, popular, bright and gav~e great
promise. His early taking away is a
terrific blow to his father, whom we
know felt proud of such a noble son.
The Levi estate is buildino next door
-to Venning's jewelry establishment, a
store to be occupied by S. I. Till, and
:as there is more wisdom in sellhng
goods than moving them, Mr. Till pro
poses to sell off his present stock, re-I
-gardless of profit so that he can go into
his new quarters with a complete fresh
We will be thankfui if one of our
*subscribers will favor us with a copy of
THE TIMS of November 26th. By
some means we let every paper of that
date, including our file go. If you have
*the paper and want to keep the sun
plemient on account of the story it will
suit us as well, as we have a number of
extra copies of the supplement.
Dr. A. C. Noot of Charleston, S. C ,
for the past three weeks has been at
'China's Drug Store and will remain two
weeks longer, if you wear glasses that
purchased of peddlers or optical cheats
they injure your eyes. Do not be hum
bugged by them. Call and have your
eyes examined free of charge, it will
pay you in the end. References from
all over the State. Office hours from 9
a. m. till 5 p. in. Railroad fare paid one
Aparty of Clarendon hunters left
here yesterday for Hell-Hole swamp
for a two weeks sport, Several of the
party encouraged us in the hope that
we will share in the spoils of that hunt,
and it would not surprise us if the ex
press brings us a brace of ducks or a
wild turkey. Whit Plowden is one of
party, and while here last Saturday he
was so full--of anticipation, that he
made us anxious for the crowd to get
away so that our share would soon be
If you feel ill and need a pill
Why not purchase the best?
DeWitt's Early Risers
A.ne little surprisers,
Take one-they do the rest.
W. H. Howell, Houston, Tex.. writes:
I have used Little Early Riser Pills in
my family for constipation, sick head
ache, etc. To their use I am indebted
fo r the health of my family. The R. B.
Lorya Drug Store
A fearful casulty occured at Greeley
ville last Wednesday night. Train 53
from Columbia to Charleston passed
over the legs of Magistrate John Wind
ham who it is supposed was lying down
across the track. Both legs were cut
off, and the unfortunate man lived a 1
few hours. We are told that when he
realized the extent of his injuries, he 3
said it was no fault of the railroad, and S
that he alone was to blame for his con
dition. The deceased was the brother
of Mr. P. M. Windham of this town, 1
and an uncle of Judge of Probate Wind
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure.
Digests all classes of food. tones and f
strengthens the stomach and digestive a
organs. Cures Dyspepsia, Incigestion. 9
Stomach Troubles, and makes rich red
blood, health and strength. Kodol re- v
builds wornout tissues. purities. s
staengthens and sweetens the stomaeh. a
Gov. G. W. Atkinson. of W. Va., says: I
I havs used a number of bottles of v
Kodol and have found it to be a very t"
effective and, indeed, a powerful reme- c
dv for stomach ailments. I recom- r
miend it to my friends. The R. B. d
Loryea Drug Store.
There was a mysterious housebreak
in in this town recently. and the us
ual order was reversed, instead of the
oods being removed, piles of stuff was
brought in. -3 Investigation proved that t
Santa Claus had paid the "IR. B. Lor- %
yea drug store, sign of the golden m-or- n
tar, Isaac M. Loryea, proprietor.- A
visit and stacked the place up with very v
pretty things to gladden the hearts of
the little fellows. Loryea has a very '
pretty display of China and all sorts of t
ornaiental jeans-emptiers. Go their
before the goods are picked over, and
be sure to call the proprietor Santa
Claus. Every little girl uner the age 5
Af 20 years that calls Mr. Loryea Santa
Claus gets a present.
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Saved At Grave's Brink. - C
"I know I would lons ago have been
in my grave." writes Mrs. S. H. New- ,
som, of Decatur, Ala., "if it had not
been for Electric Bitters. For three I
ears I suffered untold agony from the r
worst forms of indigestion, Waterbrash I
Stomach and Bowel Dyspepsia. But .
this excellent medicine did me a world f
of good. Since using it I can eat heart
ily and have gained 35 pounds." For
Indestion, Loss of Appetite, Stomach,
Liver and Kidney troubles Electric
Bitters are a positive, guaranteed cure. s
nly 50c. at The R. B. Loryea Drug
The appointments of South Carolina s
Methodist Conference so far as they
relate to this section are as follows:
Sumter District-H. B. Browne, pre- U
siding elder. Bethany, supplied by S. r
D. Bailey; Bishopville, A. C. Walker; c
Camden, A. B. Earle; Camden Mills, a
sup lied by G. P. Penny: Foreston,
G. Pooser; Jefferson, T. F. Gibson;
Jordan, E. R. Moore: Chesterfield, N.
L. Wiggins; Lynchburg, T. M. Dent;
Manning, A. L. Brunson; New Zion,
3. R. Whitaker; Oswego and Magno
lia, G. Thacker; Pinewood, S. O. Can
tey; Richland, supplied by Sam M.
Jones; Santee, C. C. Herbert; Sumter,
R. H. Jones; Sumter circuit, supplied J
by W. C. Gleaton: St. John's and Rem
bert's, L. L. Bedenbaugh; Wateree, t
R. E. Mood.
P. B. Wells goes to Abbeville, J. W.
Kilgo goes to Spartanburg. S. A. Net- ~
ties to Branchville.
Next Monday will be 22 years of ourt
being driven in douple harness, and we
have a heart full of gratefulnes for be
ing blessed with a good constitution. ~
It is only the meek and robust that can r
stand so long and constant a drive. We a
mention this, so as to give courage to
the many who are doubling up this 6
year, that their fears may be quieted, f
and that they may look to the writer f6
for hope; miarriage is not so bad, as ~
people who have been dissapointed in C
love would have them believe, nor is it a
such a failure, as the father of sixteen 6
children croaks about. It is not half f
as bad as the old maid who says "I E
would not marry the best man on earth,'' r
thinks, nor is a man harassed by his ~
wife, any more than is absolutely neces- E
sary for her to keep abreast of the new C
styles in millinery and dresses. We C
have been married 22 years, and am v
alive to tell it; true, when we were
first married, this earth was one beau- C
tiful paradise, the better half was well E
supplied with the things that "Pa" had'
to pay for; but our turn came, con- E
tinued to come, until it has become a C
continuous stream of comes, and the i
doctor, the butcher, the baker, and the
merchant has robbed us of our paradise. t
We suppose nature has thus ordained,
that everything must wear, the con
stant falling of a drop of water on a
stone will wear it out, then it is not at
all astonishing that earthly paradisesC
should become worn, the growing andC
constantidemands has silvered the re-C
maining hairs of our head, and the fre- 1
quent dodging has taken the elasticity I
out of onr neck, but we survive, and 1
would not swap off our present condi- I
tion, even if it is 22 years old, for the
independence of any fellow on the I
chain-gang convicted of bigamy; even
though he be bran-new and up-to-date.
Foils A Deadly Attack.
"Mv wife was so all that good phys -
cians were unable to help her," writes
M. M. Austin, of Winchester, Ind.,
"but was completely cured by Dr.
King's New Life Pills.'' They work
wonders in stomach and liber troubles.
Cure constipation, sick headache. 25c
at The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
There is at large a chap who needs
heroic treatment at the hands of some
one, his name is Henry Baker, and1
from appearances he does not impress
one as being possessed of any shrewd-1
ness whatever: but that he is a sharper
there is no doubt. Some few weeks ago
he went to the house of a Mr. Duke
near Workman and hired himself to
work, while the family were at supper,
Baker pilfered the house and went to a
negroes house and did some stealing
there, and then skipped out. The next
thing we hear of him, he is in Florence
ounty near Bethlehem at Mr. Jake
Hudson's a son-in-law of Mr. J. Furman
Cole. He hires himself to Hudson, and
borrows Hudson's pair of mules and a
wagon to bring his family on Hudsons
place. The day he started off Tuesday
of last week, was'cold, and Mr. Hudson
loaned him an overcoat. Baker warm
y clad, started out with the borrowe~d
team, but when the time came for his
return he did not show up, thinkino
something had happened to necessitate
the elay, the owner of the property
waited until the long absence brought
on alarm, a search was instituted,
and the fellow was traced coming
towards Manning. He stayed over
night at a Mr. Jeffords, and left a mule
and wagon there, and it was learned
that he got a horse and wagon from a
negro by the name of Montgomery.]
Baker 'evidently disposed of the
Hudson outfit, and either bought
or stole the horse and wagon, as neither
was the original property. A warrant
was taken out here for the man, but up
to now we have not heard of his arrest.
Several people from the Salem section
are after him. We are told that Baker
has the appearance of not being very
bright and that he wanders about from
place to place pretending to be in search
of work when the fact is, he is a pretty
shrewd scoundrel, and his ignorance is
affected. Keep ag eye open for this
fellow and help to put hrim where such
o A0 2o 2.2A..
Bean te The Kind You Have Always Bought
DEATH OF GEN. E. W. MOISE.
A Distinguished Son Of Sumter and of the
Sumter, Decembe.- S.-Special: Gei
W. Moise died a t his home in th
itv at 7.30 o'clock to-night, aged'
ears and 7 months. He had been i
ince the early part of October, but v
rst his condi:ion was %ot serious an
o apprehension was f'lt, and his fain
v and friends looke-I forward to hi
arly recoverv. Several weeks ago hi
liness developed arming symptom
nd since then it has been known thn
he end of his useful life was not far of
No man had a greater numberc
eicnds than Gen. Moise had in Sumte
nd his death causes most profour.
-rief throughout the community. H
as a generous. charitable, patrioti
nd public spirited man, whose hear
Ympathized with the poor and afilicted
nd whose purse was ever open to r(
eve their needs. He served the Stat
ith distineuished ability in war ani
eace and, taken all in all, he was
itizen to whom all who knew his wort1
endered the high honor that was hi
Gen. Moise was a native of Charle
)n, where he was born May 21, 183:
nd where his family had resided frot
lonial times. He was educated in th
hools and academies of Charleston
ut did not take a full collegiate course
et by study and wide reading he mor
3an overcame the handicap that th
-ant of greater educational advantage
tight have been. During the lattei
art of the war between the States h
,as appointed colonel of the 10th Geor
ia regiment, Young's brigade, Hamp
)n's corps, and served in the last bat
les of the war, at Bentonville an(
sverysboro, N. C.
The prominent part Gen. Moise tool
i the redemption of the State in 187
; still remembered by Democrais. H
anvassed the State ith Hampton
peaking in nearly every county, an
as elected Adjutant and Inspecto
eneral, which office he held fo
ivo terms, declining re-election in 1880
he secoud year he held this office h
ave his entire salary to the publi
!hools of the State. He served as
residential elector in 1880. He max
ied Miss Esther Lyon, of Petersburg
a.. who, with eleven children, sur
ives him. The arrangements for th
mneral have not yet been made.
GEN. MOISE'S MILITARY CAREER.
Gen. Moise was a gallant Confederat
dier, as everyone in South Carolin:
nows. He was one of - the volunteer
-ho undertook the capture of Fort Pu
Lski. His official enrollment in th
rvice of the Confederacy took plac
t Columbus. Ga., in June, 1861. Whei
is company was reorganized he wa
nanimously elected captain of Compa
y A, 7th, Confederate regiment. Th,
Impany went to Virginia in 1862, jus
ter the battle of Seven Pines, an,
as assigned to duty in the counties o
le of Wight, Surrey and Fansemond
en. Moise was engaged under Gen
. A. Pryor in the battle of Kelley
rossroads, near Suffolk. against Get
orcoran. In the attack upon Butler
'ower and Fort Powhatan, belo'
'etersburg, he had three horses killei
nder him, and was presented by Get
ames Dearing with a-letter and thre
ne captured horses. During one a
de cavalry raids of the campaign h!
ommand held Babbett's Ford, car
aring more men thbn it had in line
[e was next engaged in a fight wit1
Federal gunboat at Smithville. Th
unboat was captured and her fla
ras sent home by Gen. Moise as
General Moise fought at Brand
tation, Yellow Tavern and Peters
urg. He was on the famous "catti
id." He was engaged at Stoney Creel
nd Reaves Station with his command
hen followed Plymouth and Smith
eld, N- C. At the latter place his con
land burned a bridge under a heav
re from the enemy.- He saw servic
ext at Bentonville, N. C., anda
~rangeburg, Cannon's Bridge, Cor
aree Creek and Killian's, in thi
tate. He and his gallant comman
>ught on the Weldon Railroad. nea
'etersburg and "the Nine." He wa
ecommended for promotion at Burges
Iill. The recommendation was appro'
d by General Lee. General Mois
ommanded the 10th Georgia regime!
f cavalry. Young's brigade, (afte:
'ards Wright's,) Butler's divisior
[ampton's corps. He surrendereda
~reensboro, N. C., uuder General Jos
ph E. Johnson.
After the war he was Adjutant Ger
ral of the State of South Carolina, ut
er General Hampton, from 1876 unti
Later: Funeral took place in Sumte
How To Prevent Croup.
It will be good news to the mother
f small children to learn that crou
an be prevented. The first signc
roup is hoarsness. A day or tw
ef ore the attact the child become
oarse. This is soon followed by
eculiar rough chugh. Give Chian
ain's Cough Remedy freely as soo
L the child becomes hoarse, or eve
Lfter the rough cough -appears, an
t ill dispel all symptoms of crouj
:n this way all danger and anxiet
nay be avoided. This remeday
ised by many thousands of mothei
Lnd has never been known to fai
:t is, in fact, the only remedy the
,an can always be depended upo
tnd that ir pleasant and fare to tak<
'or sale by The R. B. Loryea Dru
3tore, Isaac M. Loryea Prop.
Lost, Strayed or Stolen.
We the undersigned citizens of Pini
vood desire to know something definit
as to the whereabouts of the one M
L'homas C. Cuttino, a former citizen<
his place. We have only been able 1
rain a very slight glimpse of Mr. Cu
io a few times since he separate
iimself from among us. We hope
chool teacher from the western hills<
d South Carolina has captured hit
f anyone can give us any informatio
oncerning Mr. Cuttino will please
o through the U3. S. mail.
WALTER D. EPPERiSON.
P. H. BROTGHTON.
SILAS B. KOLB.
P. M. SALLEY.
Pinewood, S. C., Dec. 5, I902.
Cures Cancer and Blood Poison.
If you have blood poison producir
~ruptions pimples, ulcers, swolle
~lands, bumps and risidgs, burn
cehing skin, copper-colored spots <
'ash on the skin, mucous patchesi
nouth or throat, falling hair bor
>ains, old rheumatism or foul catarrl
ake Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.):
rills the .poison in the blood; soon a
ores, eruptions heal, hard swelling
ubside, aches and pains stop and
erfect cure is made of-the worst cast
f Blood Poison.
For cancers, tumers, swellings, ea
ng sores, ugly ulcers, persistent pir
>les of all kinds, take B. B. B. It di
tros the cancer poison in the bloo<
1eals, cancer of all kinds, cures tl
vorst humors or suppurating swelling
Lhousands cured by B. B. B. after a
lse fails. B. 13. B. composed of pu
>otanic ingredients. Improves tI
ligestion, makes the blood pure ax
rich, stops the awful itching and a
harp, shooting pains. Thorough]
ested for thirty years. Druggist,
>er bottle, with complete directions f'
iome cure. Sample free and prepal
>v writing Blood Balm Co.. Atlant:
fa. Describe trouble and free med
al advice also sent in sealed lette
For sale by The RI. B. Loryea Dru
Bears the 4The Kind You Have Always Boug
S. I. Till's, next door to Rigby's.
S. 1. Till is selling out.
- Rice Flour at The Manning Grocery
11 Citron, Raisins and Currents. S. A.
. Candies, Cakes, Crackers, etc., yours
s S. A. Rigby.
s A swell line of Gent's Hats at D'
. "' P. P." and Obelisk Flour at The
ng Grocery Co.
\at prices on all kinds of Fire
Works at S. A. Rigby.
t China ware. Glass and fine Vases for
l. Xmas. S. A. Rigby.
e 1000 Ladie's Hats to go at half price
d at Till's during this month.
a Clothing and Shoes going cheap be
fore stock taking at Rigby's.
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
n Four weeks yet and S. I. Till will be
e in his new store on Levi block.
A real true closing out sale going on
e at S. I. Till's next to Rigby's.
e Newest inventions in Toys and other
pretty Xmas Gifts at Hirschmann's.
e Mens, boys and youths Clothing to be
closed out cheap until January at Till's.
- Plant Wood's tested and true Wheat
I Seed. The R. B. Lorye' Drug Store.
r A ten cent purchase of toys from
6 Rigby and you have a chance at the
For Sale-500 acres of first class to
r bacco land. For information apply at
r this office.
Talk is cheap, .but to sell goods cheap
B is the fact that we can prove. D.
D. Hirschmann is the leader in low
, prices this season, most people of sound
S: I. Till is going to sell out not to
leave Manning but to go in the big new
store on Levi's block.
e S. I. Till has already made his money
3 this fall, and now he offers everything
s so cheap before he moves.
e 1000 pair Shoes to go at a sacrifice to
e keep from moving them in January at
a S. I. Till's next to Rigby's.
s Read S. I. Till's ad this week he of
fers everything so cheap, so as not to
have much goods to move in January.
Santa Claus could not go by the old
f Reliable; see his presents on the coun
ters there before you buy your supply.
S. A. Rigby.
L. Genuine Texas Red Rust Proof Seed
s Oats, also a few hundred bushels of
v Wood's Rust Proof Oats at The Man
I ning Grocery Co.
e Our Shoes have won the fame as to
,f quality and prices. Our Shoes are
s guaranteed to the customers. Don't
- fail to see them. D. Hirschmann.
" Don't fail to see D. Hirschmann's
e fresh arrival of up-to-date Gent's Suits;
,they are the best quality, fit and style
'a shown elsewhere for the least money.
For Sale-A fine plantation half mile
7 of railroad at Paxville; well wooded
and good farm. Also one fine double
Sbuggy and harness. Apply to Miss
Louise E. Andrews.
For Sale: A tract of land situate
-about 2l miles from the city of Sumter,
Y on the Manning road, containing 20
e acres. Apply to Louis Appelt, Man
t ning, S. C.
.Don't forget that S. R. Yenning's
d Jewelry and Novelty store is head
r quarters for wedding presents, Christ
s mas presents, Birthday presents or
s presents of any kind, he now has the
-largest and best selected line he has
e ever had. Call and see them.
The B. B, Loryea Drug Store
IS THE MOST POPULAR DRUG
P OF CHARLESTON.
o BECAUSE Uniform courtesy is ex
S eddto all patrons, whether rich or
spoor, white or colored
BECAUSE We'carry the largest and
1- U .most complete line of DRUGS,
n MEDICINES and CHEMICALS,
u 3- BECAUSE Our Prescription Depart
d . ment is conducted on strict Pharma
-A ~ .BECAUSE Promptness. Celerity,
Y?L..LDispatch and Skill are exhibited first,
slast and all the time.
4.-s BECAUSE Night calls are cheerfully,
i JJL. courteously and promptly responded
a th BECAUSEnvy. jealousy and mal
g BECAUSE We are agents for the
IbJ. justly popular LONGMAN & MAR
TINEZ PREPARED PAINTS.
h4t BECAUSE We are agents for T. W.
. OD& SONS' Tested and True
Garden Seed, Seed that will germi
nate, and which secured the medal
'for general excellence from the Paris
seExposition of 1900.
r- .B ECAUSE We are the agents for
y.INTERNATIONAL STOCKI FOOD
.COMPANY'S Products. We have
many unsolicited testimonials regard
t-ing their efficacy.
d .4'l~ BUT Wby tell people what they
to L ~ s. already know? And they are fully
4 aware that THE R. B. LOYEA
l'DRUG STORE Is conceded to be
1. the Ideal Drug Store of Clarendon
n - County.
1o For Twent. eight years THE R. B. LORYEA
DRUG STORE has met every demand made
upon them, and while "men may come and men
may go." the Sign of the Golden Mortar stands
like a beacon and shines for all.
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Proprietor,
SIgn of tho
MANING, S. C.
't=H ONE NO. 2.
h;)"Mail Orders receive immediate attention.
sNotice to Creditors.
tAll persons having claims against the
testate of Andrew Jackson Tindal, de
ceased, will present them duly at
tested, and those owing said estate will
emake pay ment to
W. SCOTT HARvIN,
eManning, S. C., Nov. 26, 1902. [17-4t
SiMany a man who has carved his
yname on the dizziest heights of fame
d falls down when he tries to carve a
., turkey. The KNOW HOW made
i-- him in the first case, and NOT know
r. Ing how caused him to fall in the,
We NOWHOW to put up your
ht 91,im DRUG
ht icIEiO S STORE,
5ummerton. S. C.
IS ON THE ROAD
WITH TOYS AND PRETTY CHRISTMAS GOODS
FOR THE GOOD BOYS AND GIRLS WHO
RHAME'S DRUG STORE.
HUYLER'S BON-BONS AND OTHER FINE CAN
RHAME'S DRUG STORE.
DOLLS, DOLL TRUNKS AND DOLL SHOES AT
RHAME'S DRUG STORE.
AIR RIFLES, REPEATING AND SINGLE SHOT, AT
RHAME'S DRUG STORE.
WRITING DESKS, MUSIC ROLLS, WORK BOXES,
COLLAR AND CUFF BOXES AT
RHAME'S DRUG STORE. *
COME NOW, TODAY AND SELECT WHAT YOU
WANT AND ASK US TO PUT IT ASIDE
RHAME'S DRUG STORE. 2
TOY DRUMS, BUGLES, TRUMPETS, WATCHES,
'fEA SETS, Etc., Etc.
RHAME'S DRUG STORE.
NOW IS THE TIME TO SELECT TOUR PRETTY
THINGS WHILE THE STOCK IS FULL.
NEW GOODS EVERY WEEK AT
RHAME'S DRUG STORE. E
TAPIOCA, GELATINE, CORN STARCH, EXTRACTS,
LEMON, VANILLA, PINEAPPLE, STRAW
I Rfunerugn Store.
Come at once and get your
And place your
order for that
WX e are prepared to make
prompt delivery to all orders.
Summerton, S. C.
Has Been to See Us
And has unloaded all kinds of Christmas Goods for dis
tribution among the children, grown-up people, etc.
We have all kinds and shapes of Toys, all sizes of
Dolls for the little Girls, Wagons and Pony Carts for the
little Boys, Fruits, Candies and Cakes, Nuts and Raisins,
Seeded Raisins, Currants and Citron for making your
As has always been our custom we will give a hand
some Dressed Doll away to some Girl, and everyone who
spends TEN CENTS with us for Toys will have a chance
at this beautiful Doll now on exhibition at my store.
In Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes and Clothing.
Just after Christmas day Wre will begin our a
taking of stock, hence we have thousands of dollars'
worth of all kinds of goods that we must sell between
I now and that date.
The cold weather has set in now for good and you
will need more heavy goods, and our prices will make
you trade with us.
4 Ito everybody in advance.
FALL... WINTER SUITS
and.we wd like for1o r Clarn olngdst
Are o in and e theel surcinwie the as
sortment is full.
We have good, Serviceable Suits for men $5.00.
as lowa3s...............-- ---
Medium grades at $6.50, $7.50 and.. . 50.*
And much finer grades at $10, $12, $15 and 20.00
Boys' Suits from $1 up to..... .... .. .... . 50.
A call from you will be very much appreciated.
SD. I. CHAND LER,
SUMTER. - S. C.