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Publishes All County and Town Of'
MANNING, S. C., JAN. 28, 1903.
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. YrsT be in
this office by Saturday Noon in order t<
insure publication the following week.
Maning Street Car Schedule.
Leave Central Hotel corner 9:00 a. m. and 6:25
p. m. for the passenger trains, and the car wil
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 war.
Miss Maude Brock of Panola is visit
ing Miss Lillian Harvin.
Mr. J. F. Dickson went to Charleston
Monday night on business.
Sheriff Davis has begun the erection
of a home on Railroad Ave.
Isreal Singleton, colored, fell in Sam
my swamp this morning and was drown
The farmers are preparing to culti
vate more tobacco this season than ever
There are several applications from
Clarendon for positions on the consta
f Died last Thursday Mrs. iSamuel
tpps, near Hebron church in Williams
Columbia, S. C., Dec. 28.-Special tC
THE TmES.-C. A. Woods of Marion
elected over Robert Aldrich of Barn
well, 88 to 69, for Associate Justice. L.
In a few days we will send out to our
subscribers packages of garden seed
received from Washington through the
courtesy of Hon. John L. McLaurin.
Married last Thursday at the home
of the bride's parents, near New Zion
Mr. Butler L. Morris and Miss Annie
Player, daughter of Mr. M. W. Player.
Married January 4th, at the hove 01
the bride's parents. near New Zion, Mr.
Charlie C. Bennett and Miss Neather
Gibbon, a daughter of Mr. H. P. Gib
Mr. W. Koger McIntosh who is a
student at Eastman's business college
at Poughkeepsie, N. Y. has taken a
very high stand and will soon graduate
Mr. W. P. Hawkins has returned
from the West with a beautiful lot of
mules; several have told us they are
the best lot that has come to this mar
ket this season.
The managers of the Alkahest Ly
ceum entertainment to be given nex1
Monday night, promise to have the hal]
properly heated, no matter how the
weather may be.
There was a strong petition gotten up
by people in Salem asking for the re
appointment of Mr. J. C. Baker as one
of the board of county commissioners.
Mr. Baker makes a good officer.
To be married tomorrow evening a1
the home of the bride's father, Misi
Hattie A. Harvin, and Mr. S. A. Har
vin of Privateer. The coupi2 vs al leave
immediately for their future home.
Died on the 20th., near Mayesville
Mr. W. J. Muldrow. The funeral was
preached by Rev. W. J. McKay the
next day at the Brick church. The
decesedhada large number of rela
Died in Charleston last Thursday
Mr. C. Wulbern, senior member of the
well know firm of C. Wulbern & Co..
leading grocerers of Charleston. The
deceased had a great many friends
throughout the State, and especially it
Mr. Lionel C. Stukes has been elect,
ed valadictorian of the graduating clasi
which graduates at the South Carolina
Medical college in Charleston. Mr
Stukes has also been appointed assis
tant house physician at St. Francis
The people coming to Manning fron
the Fork and Salem are very much wor
ried over the condition of the roads as 11
is a time of year when they have theiu
pincipal hauling to do. We hope the
suervisor will put his gang on the
Blk river causeway right off..
Mr. C. J. Epps and wife recently o:
Columbia, spent last Saturday in Man
ning, on their way to Conway where
they go to make their future home
Mr. Epps has a number of friends here
and those who met his wife say she is
Last Friday morning Mr. L. M. Ra
gin formerly of this county but nov
living' in Columbia, was the victim of
severe fire loss. He had engaged in th<
grocery business in that thinomg city
and isi entire stock was destroyed, witl
not enough insurance to cover the loss
Rural Route Inspector Dollan was
here Monday and went over the rout4
with the carrier, and from his com
ments on his return, it would not sur
prise us if the route is discontinued
The government pays $50 per monti
for the service, and receives about 8S
On account of the high price for cot
ton seed, and the limited time th,
mills allow for delivery, the farmer
are fast getting clear of their seed, bu
in a short while they will be like th
fellow who got drunk on wine at a part
and felt bad to realize when al
was over "what a difference in th
morning." The prices for the pas
few days were very tempting, but whe:
it is considered that meal will be base
on the high p rice paid for seed for,
few days, and not on the low price pal
for the bulk bought by the mills, th
raise is not so tempting after all. Tb
man who sells his seed at 30 cents. pe
bushel on scales that weigh 16 ounce
to the pound is really getting a fin
price, if he believes the meal is bette
fertilizer, but if he has to pay $25 pe
ton for the meal then we do not se
-anything fancy about the price of seed
anyway if you will swap seed for, mea;
in order to avoid mistakes it is we:
that both 'seed and meal be weighed o
the same scales. Then people coul
not go off and complain of the selling
and buying scales at the mills, bein
A Scientific Discovery.
Kodo1 does for the stomach tha
which it is unable to do for itsel
even when but slightly disordere
or overloaded. Kodol supplies th
natural juices of digestion and doe
the work of the stomach, relaxin
the nervous tension, while the in
flamed muscles of that organ are a
lowed to rest and heal. Kodol d
ests what you eat and enables th
stomach and digestive organs t
transform all food into rich, re
blood. The R. B. Loryea Drug Stor<
Dr. and Mrs. Francis A. Hallida
have issued invitations to the marriag
of their daughter, Francis Adele,t
Lieut. Lawrence Scott Carson, FEight
Cavalry, United States Army. Tb
event will take place at Fort Gett
Sullivan's Island, S. C.. on next WeC
nesday, January 28th, at 8:30 o'clock.
Sumter Herald Jan. 23. The groom
from Sumter, and was formerly mai
red to Miss Kershaw, from whom h~
Our House delegation have each pre
sented bills for the consideration of the
General Assembly, Mr. Lesesne has
two, both of which have passed the
House,are now in the Senate. The mer
its of these bills we are not prepared to
show, because they are of a nature that
lawyers, and not laymen are only com
petent to decide.
Mr. Lanham who is not a lawyer, but
a traveling man, drummer, is the term
commonly used for his vocation, has a
bill which is aimed to give the travel
ing public, but drummers especially,
the privilege of carrying more baggage,
free, than is now allowed by the rail
roads or steamboats. This measure
could be properly classed as "a bill to
permit drummers to load down baggage
cars without charge for excess," the
public generally would get very little
benefit from it. Mr. Lanham has an
other bill, "To permit croppers on
shares to give liens for allowances with
written consent of their landlords."
We have not seen the full text of either
of Mr. Lanham's bills, but if the title
is correct, we do not see the necessity
for the latter, because, unless our mind
is greatly at fault, "croppers on shares"
can give a lien now "with the written
consent of their landlords," and it is
sometimes thd case, that "croppers"
who work share crops, with a "land
lord" who is unable to furnish supplies,
and to get them, he either joins the
"croppers" in giving a lien, or he gives
his consent in writing that it should
be done, in other words he signs a
waiver of priority, hence our view that
such a bill is unnecessary.
Mr. DeSchamps has a bill which
from its title, appears important and
for the public good. The bill is to
"protect highways from parallel or in
tersecting tramways." We have not
seen the text of his bill either, but if
it is what its title indicates to our
mind, it seeks to prevent the running
of trams alongside of the public roads
which are dangerous to life and prop
erty, and we hope Mr. DeSchamps will
go a step further and include protec
Zion from' telephone lines. In our
opinion, there is immediate need of
legislation which will forbid the hang
ing of a telephone or any other elec
trical contrivance, within 200 feet of a
public highway. There is absolutely as
much danger,if not more,from telephone
wires, than from tram roads, because
with the latter, one has time to jump
ou of his vehicle and hold his horse,
but with the former it is impossible to
dodge lightning. Mr. DeSchamps' bill
commends itself to our judgment, if we
Last Saturday there was a bill look
ing to putting the selection of county
dispensers in the election by the peo
ple, and we are glad to note that all
three members in the House from Clar
endon voted against it, and that Mr.
Lesesne opposed the bill, on the ground
that it would open the way to more
We would be glad if our delegation
whenever any one of them introduce a
measure, would send us a copy of the
bill, as it is, we must rely on the brief
titles as published in the newspapers.
It would be preferable to have the fu:l
text so as we can present it intelligent
ly to our readers who are their con
The Secret of Long Life
Consists in keeping all the main or
gans of the body in healthy, regular
action, and in quickly destroying
deadly disease germs. Electric Bit
ters regulate stomach, liver and kid
neys, purify the blood, and give a
splendid appetite. They work won
ders in curing kidney troubles, fe
male complaints, nervous diseases,
constipation, dyspepsia, and mala
ria. Vigorous health and strength
always follow their use. Only 50c,
guaranteed by The R. B. Loryea
Notice to Confederate Veteran Pensioners.
Mr. A. J. Richbourg has been aoh
pointed Pension Commissioner and will
attend at the Auditor's office each Sat
urday in January to help soldiers and
widows who are entitled to a pension
under the law. He will furnish the
proper blanks and assist applicants in
making up the pape-rs so~ as to have
them ready to put before the Board of
Pensioners at their meeting on the first
Monday in February, 1903. Said meet
ing will take place in the Court House
at 11 o'clock Monday, 2d February
Those persons who are now on the
roll of pensioners will not be required
to go before the Commissioner; only
those from any cause who may be en
titled and who have never participated
D. J. BRADHAM,
Chr'n Board of Pensioners.
Manning, S. C., Dec. 30, 1902.
To The Trustees.
I have been advised by the Sta~te
Superintendent of Education that ax
agent is about commencing to makea
canvass of the State for the purpose o1
selling globes and maps for use in the
Public Schools, and I wish to cautiox
the trustees against extravagant buy
ing and not to make any purchase only
at a regular and full meeting of the
board, every member being present,
and no circumstance to buy on credit.
We would be glad to have such appli
ances, where ever school districts cax
afford, but not at the expense of the
regular order of work.
S. P9. HOLLADAY,
Co. Supt. of Ed.
Jan. 17, 1903.
Every Bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
We guarantee every bottle oj
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy anc
will refund the money to any one
who is not satisfied after using two
thirds of the contents. This is the
best remedy in the world for la
grippe, coughs, colds, croup anc
whooping cough and is pleasant and
jsafe to take. It prevents any ten
dency of a cold to result in pniea
monia. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store
Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
The regular examination for teacher
will be held in the court house at Man
ning on Friday, February 20, 1903, comn
iencing at 10 o'clock a. m.
S. P. HOLLADAY.
Co. Supt. of Education.
January 28, 1903. 26-4t
New Century Comfort.
Millions are daily finding a worli
of comfort in Bucklen's Arnica Salve
It kills pain from burns, scalds, cuts
bruises; conquers ulcers and feve>
jsores; cures eruptions, salt rheumn
boils'and felons; removes corns anc
warts. Best pile cure on earth. Onl:
25c at The R. B. Loryea Drug Store
"oe engagement's off?"
"e.She advised him to practice
Seconomy, and he started in by getting
her an Imitation diamond."-D~etroit
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
inature of -
The crowned heads of every nation,
The rich men, poor men and misers
All join in paying tribute to
DeWitt's Little E:riy Risers.
H. Williams, San Antonio, Tex.,
writes: Little Early Riser Pills are
the best I ever used in my family. I
unhesitatingly recommend them to
everybody. They cure constipation,
biliousness, sick headache, torpid
liver, jaundice, malaria and all other
liver troubles. The R. B. Loryea
It is said that only one woman in a
thousand can whistle; but as long as a
woman can talk she doesn't care to
Bearn te The Kind You Have Always Bought
There are higher things in life for a
woman than a beautiful complexion.
A pretty bonnet is always a little
BearstheThe Kind You Have Always Bnight
"Do you believe in coeducation?"
"Not much. There Is usually too
lnuch 'co' and too little 'education.'"
1New York World.
Cut this out and take it to The R.
B. Loryea Drug Store and get a free
sample of Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets, the best physic.
They cleanse and invigorate the
stomach, improve the appetite and
regulate the bowels. Regular size,
25c per box.
Most men spend one-third of their
ives trying to make the world differ
ent, another third in learning to live In
It as It is and the remainder In ex
plaining how much better It used to
One Hundred Dollars a Box
is the value H. A. Tisdale. Summer
ton, S. C., places on DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve. He says: "I1 had the
piles for 20 years. I tried many doc
tors and medicines, but all failed ex
cept DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. It
cured me." It is a combination of
the healing properties of Witch Ha
zel with antiseptics and emolients;
relieves and permanently cures blind,
bleeding itching and protruding
piles, sores, cuts, bruises eczema, salt
rheum and all skin diseases. The R.
B. Loryea Drug Store.
Recklessness of a Beginner.
Old Stager-I see this is your first
Candidate-It is. How did you guess
Old Stager-You are distributing real
Havana cigars.-ChIcazo Tribune.
Cures Blood, Skin Troubles, Cancer, Blood
Poison.-Greatest Blood Purifler Free.
If your blood is impure, thin, dis
eased, hot or full of humors, if you
have blood poison, cancer, carbun
eles, eating sores, scrofula, eczema,
itching, risings and lumps, scabby,
pimply skin, bone pains, catarrh,
rheumatism, or any blood or skin
disease, take Botanic Blood Balm
(B. B. B.) according to directions.
Soon all sores heal, aches and pains
stop, the blood is made p~ure and
rich, leaving the skin free from every
eruption, and giving the rich glow of
perfect health to skin. At the same
time B. B. B. improves the digestion'
cures dyspepsia, strengthens wveak
kidneys. Just the medicine for old
people, as it gives them new, vigor
ous blood. Druggists, $1 per large
bottle, with directions for home cure.
Sample free and prepaid by writing
Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. De
scribe trouble and special free medi
cal advice also sent in sealed letter.
B. B. B. is especially advised for
chronic, deep-seated cases of impure
blood and skin disease, and cures
after all else fails. For sale by The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Every one should ta'ke care that he
behaves so well that his enemies do
not behave better.-Atchison Globe.
The R. B. Loryea Orug Store
IS THE MOST POPULAR DRUG
BCAUSE Uniform courtesy is ex
1st. tended to all patrons, whether rich or
poor, white or colored
~ABECAUSE We carry the largest and
E U. most complete line of DRUGS,
MEDICINES and CHEMICALS.
A BECAUSE Our Prescription Depart
r.ment is conducted on strict Pharnma.
.4,BE CAUSE Promptness. Celerity,
Dispatch and Skill are exhibited first.
last and all the time.
ht5 BCAUSENight calls are cheerfully,
.cutosyand promptly responded
[BECAUSE envy, jealousy and mal
.cehave no home in our estabhish
N ECAUSE We are agents for the
7th justly popular LONGMAN & MAR
.TINEZ PREPARED PAINTS.
[04.. BE CAUSE We are agents for T. W.
O .WOOD a SONS' Tested and True
Garden Seed. Seed that will germi
frgeneral excellence from the Paris
Exposition of 1900.
BE CAUSE We are the agents for
9t. INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD
COMPANY'S Products. We have
many unsolicited testimonials regard
ing their efficacy.
1l4 BUT Why tell people what they
..J already know? And they are fully
-aware that THE R. B. LORYEA
- DRUG STORE is conceded to be
the Ideal Drug Store of Clarendon
For Twenty-eight years THE R. B. LORYEA
DRUG STORE has met every demand made
upon them. and while "-men ma~y come and men
may go," the Sign of the Golden Mortar stands
like a beacon and shines for all.
SISAAC M, LORYEA, Proprietor,
S)ign of the
MANNINC, S. C.
"PI-HONE NO. 2.
~Mail Orders receive immediate attention.
address, and we wi
A gent's Outfit of Os
good Agents in evel
make from $1s.0e t
the tendency of the I
r ,tract, tangle, and car
todress th~e Hair i
~ lends to the Hair le:
S beauty. Write to-da:
n ~VRE. thsposition. Addre
BOSTNM CEIeAL CO, 310
S. I. Till's, next door to Rigby's.
"P. P. P." and Obelisk Flour at The !
Manning Qrocery 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.
Coffey & Rigby will have in one car
load of Mules tomorrow. Call and see
Messrs. T. F. Coffey and J. L. Mc- >1
Leod spent a few days this week in
For Sale-Any one desiring to pur- I
chase a good horse that will work any
where, will call on W. C. Davis.
Wanted-3000- cords long or short I
leaf pine wood, 4 feet long. Address
Sumzer Ice 2\fg. Co., Sumter, S. C. [4t .
Wanted-Scrap Iron of every descrip- >
tion, and all kinds of Old Machinery.
Write for particulars to J. 13. Gar
funkel, Columbia, S. C. [23-4t
For Sale. 98 acres of land adjoining r
L. L. Wells in Santee township. also
200 acres of land adjoining Jeff D. 0
Holladay in Mt. Zion township apply
at this office. -
For Rent-A four-room cottage in
best part of town. Also four-room
dwelling, barn and stables and about
twenty acres of land just across Black 0
river; convenient to graded school.
Apply to.W. E. Jenkinson.
Lost-On Monday, Jan. 19, in S. A.
Rigby's lot, one lien and bill of sale for
$169, one for $35, and one bill of sale of
a sorrel horse for 850. A reward of $2
will be paid the finder if delivered at
THE MANNING TIMES offce.
J. J. BRYANT.
Here is what Prof. Hanry S. Hartzog,
former president of Clemson College,
says of the Quaker Quartette, which
will be here Monday night, Feb. 2, at
Institute Hall: "The Quaker Quartette
gave us a charming entertainment last
night. The large audience manifested
its appreciation by repeatedly encoring N
the performers. We hope to have the H
Quartette with us again."
This is to certify that D. 0. Rhanie, H
The Summerton Druggist has saved
me many dollars doctors bills, by sel
ling me fresh pure medicines for family
use. Every article that I have ever
purchased of him has been just as rep
resented. Have dealt with him more
than three years.
25-4t] Signed, A. C. COBIA.
An Evening of Fleasure.
The following is a specimen program
of the Quaker Male Quartette:
1. Bugle Song-Quartette...............Hatton
2. The Brigand-Baker..................Spence
3. 1 Long For Thee-Quartette...........Hartel
4. Violin Solo-Bistline................Selected
5. March Onward-Quartette.............Geibel
6. Solo-Cords or Bassett..............Selected 0
7. It is the Lord's Own Day-Quart ...Kruetzer
8. Violin Solo-Bistline............Selected
9. Ave Marie-Trio-Basset, Bistline and
10. Funnyisms-Baker ....................Owens
11. Good Night-Quartette.................Buck
This Quartette will appear at Insti
tute Hall Monday night, Feb. 2, under
the management of the Lyceum.
Heads Should Never Ache.
Never endnre this trouble. Use at
once the remedy that stopped it for
Mrs. N. A. Webster of Winnie, Va.
She writes: "Dr. King's New Life a
Pills wholly cured me of sick head - '
aches I had suffered from for two
years." Cure headache, constipa- a.
tion, bi o e. 25c at The R. B
There's a big screw loose somewhere -
when a preacher gets the princely sal
aay of $400 a year and a baseball player|
only gets $4,000.
Bears the AThe Kind You Have Always Bought
When a man has so much money that
it troubles him, he can easily find some
woman who is willing to share his trou
Kodol Dyspejpsia Cure
Digests what you eat.
THE R. B. LORYEA DRUG STORE.
New Tailor Shop.
I have opened a new Tailor Shop in
the building occupied by Ed Rhodes as
ICome and give me a trial. I give
good work and guarantee satisfaction.
Manning, S. C. le:
Money to Loan.
WILSON & DuRANT. _
Do YOuI Want
PRFECT FITI ING
THEN COME OR. SEND TO US.
We have the best equipped Tailor- 4
ing Establishment in the State.
111gb Art Olothing
solely and we carry the best line of A
Hats and Gent's Furnishings in the
Ask your most prominent men who 4
we 'are, and they wll commend you 4
1.1L DAVID & BRO.,
Cor. King & Wentworth Sts.,
CHARLESTON, - S. C.
er, cut out this ad
isement and send to 4
~vith your name and
isend you a Free 4
co~JO. We want
y county. You can 4
$50.00 every week.
Far Tonics, prevents4
air to draw up, con-.
,thus making it easy ' 4
ny desired styl, and.
gth, lustre, lf, and 4
; delay may lose you
E. BRoan Stret Richmo d, Va.
Any Prescription c-an be refilled, and
many dollars saved for you.
by having your medicines intelligently
Rhame's Pharmacy '
can give valuable hints to help you pre
pare for emergencies. By being ready
.with the proper household remedy
many useless doctor's bills may be
avoied and many dollars for prescrip
5 Experience Counts
In preparing medicinces that require
THE BUSY DOCTOR
Cannot spare the time to prepare medi
cines as carefully as an intelligent pa
Or NONE is our motto at RHAME'S,
for our reputation is not to be spoiled
It is natural for a sufferer to wish us to
hurry, but it is our business to be care
ful and deliberate. Our own interest
will not permit us to waste time.
We have -the "grit" to throw away all
stale or doubtful medicines. We do not
ask you to take any chances at
Sumrnerton, S. C.
Keep the number and date of your
SPrescription, you can get it refilled.
i, F, DICKSON'S HARDWARE STORE
IN THE WAY OF PRICES ON THESE GOODS.
Steel Dixie Stocks, Cast Dixie Stocks,
Farquhar Sweep Stocks, Georgia Ratchet Stocks,
Two Horse Turn Plows, Backbands and Hames,
Collars and Bridles, Singletrees and Clevises,
Extra Beams and Handles, Points and Points,
Wings and Wings, Bars and Bars,
Twisters, Shovels and Sweeps, Bolts of all kinds,
Rope of the best quality.
In fact I am now in a position to take care of your wants tc
ur advantage and to show my appreciation of your past patron
e by saving you money.
Let me tell you something about
I expect to make up 150 sets and will sell them. You will pay
is for them than you ever have before. Give me a call before
acing your order.
Yours for business,
Next Door to Levi's.
Owing to the unusual good values we are offering on Plow
SShapes. Plow Stocks. Harrows, Back Bands, Plow Lines and
other things for the farm, the demand on us has been very
heavy, but as our purchases were large, we still have an al
most unbroken stock from which you can select. Our prices
on certain lines are attracting the attention of people from
every section of the county. You will do well to get your sup
Splies while this stock lasts, as it will now be impossible for us
to dulicae at old gues.U LDERS
SOur stock of Locks, Hinges, Nails, Sash, Pulleys, Window 4
SCatches, Paints, Oils, Stains, Varnishes, etc., is the best we
have ever had. We can supply you with almost everything
in this line from stock. We sell all grades of these goods.
Paint your house with "HAMMAR PAINT." It will beau
tify your work as none other will. Get our prices and see
how cheaply you can do -painting with this splendid article.
While we have not entirely filled up the gaps in our Crock
erv occasioned by the rush on us during the holidays, we have
managed to get in a few new goods of the most staple kinds
to bridge over until we can replenish with our regular
line. This we expect within a very short time. We have
-already completed our line of Stores and Ranges. People
Swho have bought our O. K. Stoves and Ranges keep saying
Sall kinds of nice things about their splendid baking and gen
eral cooking qualities. This is why they are so easily sold.
We can deliver your Flues at any time after next week.
, Very truly yours,
SManning- Hardware Co. 4
Sweeps into the third week of Bargain
Selling with greater interest than ever.'.
Our Irresistible Bargains are calculated'
to touch the latch-string of every purse
in Clarendon County.
For 35C. For 8c.
Gent's Fleece Lined Undershirts and We offer five thQusand~yads
Drawers, 50c, for only 35c each. ported Scotch Madras, 36 nob swide,
value 124c, for only-Bec-per.Y3 , _.
For 3C.would like'to see you beat-,thi.:
Forers sell this goods for43c.10e
A large line of Gent's Scriven's Pat- big value. You get it from us o
ent Elastic Scam Drawers, 60c value,
for only 43c.
We offer a large line of
For 20C. 10c Percales for only 7c.
large lot of Ladies' Fleece-Linedes
Jersey Ribbed Vests, 30c value b forg
only 20c each, Pants'to match. We are now showing a beautiful 'a
sortment of Spring Percales, Calioe
For 20.and Ginghams and Dn s
very attractive pricessts 3u
A large line of very heavy Dress Out- when you want'the latest
ings, 10c value for only 7c. things.
For 5C.For 9C.
We offer a large line-of Iemri.
A large line of Outings in a variety ery for only 9c. It will
of styles, 7c values, for only 5c. this bargain.
For $6.50. Spring msseasR
We offer a nice lot of Ladies' $10 We are showing a most e mte
Tailor-Made Suits tr Ladies, onsy $6.50 of Fine Embroideries andcs
per Sait. latest styles.
For ~~~ Big Mi1iner( les
We will offer for the cash the best aer a noe cloine of 15c
Oil Grain $1.25 Plow Shoes you ever hats picte Miiery Y
saw for only $1 nice cheap Hat.
For the Cash. For Early Spro
We offer our entire line of Ladies' A large and beau
Ten's and Chidren's Shoes at Red o Dress Ginmsidr es
ter Prices. If you need Shoes here is Skitings, Duck %S a-l6
r chance. the largest and fines
your ~~Skirtings ever shown ~itw~
For the Cash. Trunl .
We are offering our entire line of We have been ren o
Ladies' Jackets and Furs at Red Let- ing to store our T
ter Prices. Here is your chance to had to give up this.
pick up a bargain, line of Tirugks have. , & p 1 .n~h, 'i,
market at astonishingIo 30 s ~
For $i. we haven't room to stord e=7"uL;
We offer the best $1.25 Hat for Men ForAL
you ever saw, only $1 during this sale. o at
For the Cash. $1.50 values, for onyt
For the Cash. FrEryS
We offer our entire line of Gent's lan
and Children's Hats at Red Letter A large line of Ta
Prices. muslin at 2 and f*
Wofer e. tkiringsveoFor 8c.
For te Cah. oTrnks.
We aeofferi toudrd ofntireing ofh-rWenhaveibeen rene 1
Fo0h -h. $.0vies o nf
We ge or etie ineofGet'
an Cidrns as a edLttrA agelieofT.eoP n
WeoWe ie had an SpigSrtn thins inWi
ter Goods that you need now if you
have not bought already, and they are
0 at such prices that you will not hear
NICB BLACK DRESS GOODS./
g Colored Dress Goods at cut figures,
C lothing, Shoes, Hats, etc. They must
go before spring.
?Already we have begun to turn our
energies to things spring-like. This
Sweek's arrivals of fine Percales, Ging
Shams and Chambrays are great stun
0 ners, they are pretty and cheap.
O New lot of Embroideries, in two
gre at assortments, for 5 and 10c.
8~ They Just Take the Cake.
Don't forget to take advantage of
this great chance to do your shopping
and save money.
J. H. IIBY, Manager.