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ELI.S .APPJL.e Editor
MANNING. S. C., APRIL 1, 1903.
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Entered at the Posto'lce at Mannin;g as Se
ond Class matter.
The constitutional inhibitio:
against special legislation is lik
a two edged sword, cuts botl
ways, and we -believe it will b
better to strike it out, so tha
counties and towns can have leg
islation which suit their cond!
tions and environment. ,
The Charleston Chamber c
Commerce is urging the cultive
tion of sweet potatoes for th
manufacture of starch. Severe
years ago such a movement wa
on foot in this county but had t
be given up because the peop]
could not afford to raise potatoe
at 20 cents per bushel.
The mayorality . contest i
Charleston promises to be excit
ing, and we judge that th
Hughes element will give th
Rhett-Smythe element a race fo
their money, and it would nc
--sazfprise us to see Congressma
Legare taking a considerable ii
terest. He is a declared HughE
man, which means a great dez
Capt. W. E. Gonzales is no7
editor in chief of the State, an
we are satisfied he will conduc
the editorial department of the
great paper in an able mannei
He is a fluent writer and a clost
observer, and his long expe
iece in newspaper work, unde
his gifted brother especially fit
him to carry out the principle
which has made the State fZ
It is now being said that Co
William Jennings Bryan has a.
pirations for the chairmanshi
of the Democratic National corr
mittee. Perhaps after all, b
could direct a campaign mor
successfully than he can lea
one. With Bryan as chairmar
the committee may be able I
read Grover Cleveland out of th
party and curb the independer
tendencies of Senator Bailey c
Should the movement to se
cure the necessary funds for a:
exhibit at St. Louis be success
ful. ~Governor Heyward an'
the Columbia State will desert
much of the credit as they hav
labored faithfully for this conr
mendable and wise object. Th
press of the State generally i
giving the movement its aid, be
cause it sees great advantage i:
it for the material interests c
The State constabulary
mnaking it lively for the lawles
ligjnor dealers in Charleston,a
least some of them, but th
whiskey is sold all the sam4
Governor Heyward's strenuou
efforts to force respect for th
dispensary law Charleston ha
the ..approval of -the peop1
throughout the State, but iti
doubtful if he will succeed, re
gardless of the fair promise
made to him -by the local at
thorities. In our opinion, th
United States army cannot sto:
the sale of whiskey in a cit;
*where its population do not war
SThe Act requiring the Stat
Treasurer to "write off" th
books certain bonds is to be cor
*sidered by the supreme couri
The Act was passed by a forme
legislature, and Governor M<
Sweeney vetoed it, because h
regarded the action of the legis
lature as repudiating an hones
debt, but the present genera
assembly passed the act over th
veto, and now the matter wi]
come before the court on consti
tutional grounds, and the ques
tion whether the constitutiona
requirement of a two-thirds ma
jority means two-thirds of
quorum present or two-thirds c
the entire membership.
The editorial in the Charles
ton Post of last Monday "Let
us keep our heads," is thorough
ly sound and sensible; the New
and Courier's suggestion to tak
the Crum matter to the courtsi
captious and foolish, and calcu
-lated to undo the sympathy tha
has been gained for the peop1
of Charleston for havmng an of
fensive appointment thrust upoi
them. We think the News an<
Courier would perform a greate
service if it will ascertain wh<
those "prominent Charlesto
nians" are that recommende<
Crum for federal appointmen
when no vacancy existed il
Charleston, but when severa
did exist, up in the State; als<
who are the white applicants fo:
positions under Crum? It migh
be a popular move on the New:
and Courier's part if it woul<
have issued a writ DU CES TE
CUJM and make Crum come nt<
court with his batch of applica
tions, and the president with hi:
file of recommendations, or sen<
a commission to the president t<
take his testimony DE BENE ESE
- or any old thing to give the pec
Spiato The 'Manning Times. Edit
~ K. of P's. We organized with 14 char
tered members and it took over a half met
- dozen goats for the occasion as there p)a
were some heavy boys in the crowd. app
The following went in as charter mem- app
; bers: sta
5 W. D. Epper.on, D. I. Lide, W. C.- sol
lowle. P. C. Matthews, C. M. Hug- spi
g-ins, -N. L. Broughton, P. H. Brough. hot
)on. RZ. A. Lawrence,. 0. D. Harvin, que
-R. L. Harvin, B. P. Broadway, N. C. uov%
Stack. E. F. Anderson and the Duke of pea
Frog Island, W. P. Mooneyham. The onI
following had their names down to but
join but could not get off to go up to rov
Sumter, Dr. M. D. Murray, S. G. Griffin he
r J. E. Broughton and A. G. Stack. The me
members are taiing some steps to build que
a Castle ball as soon as all arrange- shc
ments can be completed. The follow- wh
. ing officers were elected and installed: was
P. C., W. P. Mooneyham. C. C., D. R. his
n Lide, V. C.. N. L. Broughton. P.. B. P. hat
e Broadway, M. of W., 0. D. Harvin. by,
. of F. P. H. Brouzhton, K. R. and S and
N. C. Stack.. I. G. R. L. Harvin, M. at wh
e IA., W. D. Epperson. mai
t The lodge closed at 4:15, and there ear
. was seen some fine foot racing to catch was
the 4:28 train. he
Mr. P. J. Watkins of Greensboro, Plo
N. C., spent three days here last week, tea
writing up insurance among the mem- dat
bers of the K. of P., which has been Ch:
just organized. san
- Dr. G. W. B. Smith is visiting in the der
e upper part of the State on professional for
J1 business. fen
Mr. W. P. Mooneyham, "The Belle wh
s and Duke of Frog Island," made an ex. hol
0 cellent address to the members of the and
e lodge. last Wednesday night. kit
s Mr. M. Clayton Orvin an old A. C. L. has
agent was married in Savannah, Ga. the
Saturday the 21, to a Miss Rogers.
Mr. Bunch, a relief agent spent the
a first of the week here visiting friends.
. Old Milford is fast becoming a pleas
ure spot. There is a crowd of visitors is
e nearly every day from all parts of the stO
e Sta.e. ste
r Pinewood has had the pleasure of ret
welcoming two millionaires and a gen- Dy
tleman who is rated a half a million in dys
1 the last three weeks. They came down Mr
L- from New York prospecting. Ky
s Mr. J. H. Reville is at home for a for
i few days. but
The heavy rains in the up country us
has caused' Santee to ise above the an
line at Rimini. The railroad company res
have a crew on guard day and night, and
for you can stand on the trestle and dip dig
d -water up. The trestle is twenty five sto
t feet high. A good many tetegraph Dr
,t poles have been washed down. The
company only a short while ago filled
in over a quarter of a mile of the north
e end of the trestle but all for no oood .
for the sand and clay they - fillea in Ed
with, the Atlantic ocean has by now. . I
S Pinewood citizens are on time for fel]
I they have a "Flinch paaty." lad
S Quite a crowd gathered at the depot bel
- last Friday afternoon to see the fastest rea
train pass that ever ran over this road, Ma
running time 90 :.iles an hour, con- cot
sisting of engine, four pullman horse era
-. cars and one coach. The train had on wa
;- board the race horses of William C. tha
Whitney carrying them back to Pater- sell
son, N. J., from Aiken. When the train gov
reached Denmark they had orders for Jet
e the "Whitney flyer" to proceed over Tb
e the S. A. L., to Richmond, The crowd bot
d here was not altogether disappointed my
for about dark the engine that was bor
o' going to make the run passed' through tov~
0 on its way back to Florence, runnmng cat
e about 1.5~miles an hour. ilie
tMr. N.- C. Stack is holding down the ton
tower house this week at Denmark. wh
It is being talked a great deal that a bic
new school house should- be built this abc
summer, which certainly is very much Da'
needed here. If they build it two gle
stories high, the new* K. of P. lodge oth
awill rent the upper story. It would be eve
Sa good idea for the school trustees to nee
d look into this matter at once, for the tig;
e lodge stands in zseed of a place to hold cau
eits meetings and are making arrange- tell
ements to build a hall but if the school wai
- is going why not erect a two story tiot
e building andi let the K. of P's. rent it? No
s The rent from the lodge would over pay the
the interest on the money that will bei
have to be borrowed to build the school son
a house. Mr. D. R. Lide C. C. will be pec
f glad to talk with any of the school aim
trustees regara.ing this. Let us hear E
from the school at once.
Miss Olga Reynolds who has been
S visiting Niss Sue'Lide has returned to A I
S her home near Paxville. lair
e Paxville, March 29, 1903. the
s $100 Reward, $100. As
e The readers of this paper winl be pleased t lea
learn that there is at least one dreaded disease C
S that science has been able to cure in all its rht
stagtes. and that is Catarrh. Halrs Catarrh Cure the
isteonly positive cure known to the medical
s fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional dis- is 1
ease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hairs -ed2
SCatarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly my
supon the blood and mucous surfaces of the sys-.
Stem,. thereby destroying the foundation of the eqi
L disease.nnd giving the patient strength by build- by
ing up the constitution and assisting nature in M.
e doing its work. The proprietors have so much
faith in its curative powers, that they offer One
Sude ollars for any case that it fails to
V cure. Send for list of testimonials.
SAddress. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. 0.
itSold by druggists. 75c.
Hairs 'Family Pills are the best. -Edi
e To the Chnrches of the Black River Union. ers
e Sunday was such a bad da! Too bad e
t- fora ameeting, so our Union went to *
- pieces, like a mightly cohort the ele- las
ments dashed into our well martialed ~
r plans for Sunday's service and scatter- bei
ed them. No doubt we enjoyed the wh
e comforts of home circle around. the 'Ori
.fireside and were compensated. Butre
hwabut the collection for the old ~
preachr? It was a good time to think fro
of the poor and of how we may bless on
e themn by sending cheer into their 3
homes. Let us-all the churches-take tur
a quick collection and send it to Dr. C. ple
C. Brown and thus get compensation all ent
round for Sunday.
1 J. D. HUGGINS. sev
Paxville, March 30, 1903. ten
a -____________ . Sui
Every fanner knows that c
s ome plants grow better than su
thers. Soil may be the same ren
s .md seed may seem the same not
b ut some plants are weak and
e others strong.
-And that's the way with ai
2 children. They are like young
plants. Same food, same home,
same care but some grow big
mnd .strong while others stayEi
small and weak.
t Scott's Emulsion offers an be~'
e asy way out of the difficulty. *
Child weakness often means wot
.tarvation, not because of lack the
t >f food, but because the food nee
loes not feed. the
SScott's Emulsion really feeds sut
nd gives the child growing oy
s Whatever the cause of weak- of C
I ness and failure to grow
3 Scott's Emulsion seems to find
it and set the matter right. Ba:
' Send for free sample. Stig
Scott & Bowne, Chemists, 409 Pearl St., New York
I oc. and $r.oo: all druggists. -. .
aok Not Upon the Wine When it Is Red."
or The Manning Times:
he last issue of THE TIMES con
ed a startling statement of parties
Davis' X Roads running circular
.d tigers by inflating bicycle tires
i whiskey, etc. Consequently the
ers here have raided the establish
it of one of the merchants at that
-e and found signs of compressed
les such as are used in distilling
le brandy, and it appears from his
ement that his neighbor merchant
[ him the apples and borrowed his
-itual bicycle, but in trying to get
ih with it he found it acting very
erly; consequently this bicycle is
, undergoing repairs. It also ap
rs that the owner claims to have
v used "Adam's ale" to fill his tires,
this brother merchant who bor
ed the wheel used in it hot stuff. as
keeps X cocoanuts in stock which
ted the shellac and caused it to act
erly with his competitor, as it is
wn by abundant signs in the road
ch he traveled home. The bicycle
found leaning on his well curb with
socks on the handle bars, and his
on the seat of the bicycle and near
wvas found several one X cocoanuts
. one gill measure, a small patch of
Lte hair all wrapped up in a fish net
ked "M. D. & J. M., Santee," and
iv the next morning as our friend
crawling out of the barn loft where
had been fishing that night, his
,man inquired: "Say, boss, what
r off your britches legs to the knees
er way?" Our friend said he was
cco's son in knee britches, at the
te time holding up a bundle of fod
counting the blades to his plowman
shad. The plowman jumped the
e and peeped through the cracks
dle our friend in knee britches, still
ling to his bunch of shad, hatless
sockless, tapped lightly on the
hen door, and as the preliminary
not been held we can only give you
outlines until later.
A Sweet B:reath
' never failing sign of a healthy
nach. When the breath is bad the
nach is out of order. There is no
edy in the world equal to Kodol
;pepsia Cure for curing indigestion,
pepsia and all stomach disorders.
3. Mary S. Crick of White Plains,
., writes: "I have been a dyspeptic
years-tried all kinds of remedies
continued to grow worse. By the
of Kodol I began to improve at once,
after taking a few bottles am fully
tored in weight, health and strength
t can eat whatever I like. Kodol
ests what you eat and makes the
ach sweet. The R. B. Loryea
A Yelp From St. Paul.
tor The Manning Times
read what you had to say about the
ow down this way, running a booze
Dued bicycle, I have some reason to
eve you are hitting at me, and my
son for so believing is that I was in
aning not long ago, and as I was
iing out of the dispensary with sev
I bottles of whiskey I noticed you
:ching me. and I said to the nigger
t was with me "he thinks we are
ing this stuff and will make the
-ernor send Jeff Alsbrook or Charlie
kinson down here to capture it."
it liquor was not for me, except one
tle what I bought for sickness in
family, the rest of it was for neigh
s, who hearing that I was going to
n asked me to buy it for them be
se they have sickness in their fain
s, and we cannot buy it at Summer
our nearest town. I don't sell
tskey, and drink very little. I own a
rle and do a great deal of riding
ut, and you can ask Joe King, Jeff
is, Frank Richbourg, Selwyn Din
,Beauregard Harvin or any of the
er people down here, if they have
r bought liquor from me. You
dn't call on Millard Wells to inves
te, he wouldn't tell if he knew, -be
se he rides a bicycle himself and
s people his tires were filled with
er. may be so-but all the informa
you get out of him won't be much.
Mr. Editor, you are barking up
wrong tree, not that liquor is not
ng sold in these parts, I believe
e niggers are selling it, and I sus
t may be some few whites, but it
't me. C. V. W.
t. Paul, March 31st, 1903.
rominent Minister Recommends Chamber
's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
ev. Francis J. Davidson, pastor of
St. Matthew Baptist church and
sident of the Third District Baptist
;ociation, 2731 Second St., New Or
as, writes as follows: "I have used
Limberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
ea Remedy for cramps and pains in
stomach and fcund it excellent. It
fact the best cramp and colic rem
I have ever used. Also several of
parishioners have used it with
tally satisfactory results." For sale
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac
tor The Manning Tiines:
owing has commenced and the farm
are preparing for a big crop this
r and we hope the harvest will be
Irs. S. A. Harvin of Privateer spent
week at Mr. T. H. Harvin's.
Er. S. P. Fairy was summoned to the
side of his sis'ter, Mrs. Joe Edwards,
is extremely ill at her home in
Lngeburg. We hope for her a speedy
irs. C. W. Evans returned 'home
n Orangeburg, where she has been
visit to relatives.
Er. and Mrs. Arthur Buckheart re
ned to their home at Elloree after a
sant visit to Mrs. Buck-heart's par
s, Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Richbourg.
f r. Robert Fairey has had a very
ere attack of appendicitis. His at
ding physician, Dr. W. R. Mood of
nmerton, thinks it absolutely neces
y' to have an operation performed,
ich we hope he will stand alright.
Er. R. M. Dean is still very ill at the
e of Mr. C. W. Brown.
A. & J. F. Way have attached a
2gle mill to their machinery near
l. D. WV. Brailsfojd gave an oyster
per on the 28t:.. to a few of his
nds. which they seemed to have
ved very much. Col. Brailsford is
dl for his hospitality. WV.
s g, The Kind You Have Always Bought
Road Ingniries No. 5.
or Thc Manning Times:
oday or tomorrow or next day would
Sgo'od time for all road authorities
o over the roads and see where the
places are and mark them, to be
k-ed. When dry weather comes,
time the roads are worked, all the
er is dried up and the hands see no
a of digging ditches and elevating
ny time will be a good time for the
ervisor to visit Paxville. and go
r all the roads in this section-any
e soon. That is if he has a good eye
road inspection, and any intention
.oing work here.
... th heKndYn Alway Rouht
The farmers in this section seem to
be disheartened about the oat crop
they are dying from some kind of in
Miss Crawford the Avant Co's pop
ular milliner araived last Wednesday.
Mr. H. R. Meldau left here last Fri
day for Sumter and Wedgefield on a
business and pleasure trip.
Mr. Robbie Gardner and Miss- Edna
Hodge were married at the Methodist
parsonage by Rev. Herbert Sunday a
It is rumored that Carrigan Bros.
have bought a lot here and will erect a
large store soon.
Mr. R. B. Smyth thinks the doors of
the Summerton bank will be open for
business by July or August.
Mrs. Hornsby of Columbia is visiting
the family of Mr. H. R. Meldau.
Summerton, March 31, 1093.
For Tnants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
PICKINGS FROM FICTION.
People get to like a soul, but a satis
factory hat makes an impression at
first sight.-John Oliver Hobbes in "The
Human confidences must be mutual.
It is only to God that man can continue
telling, telling, telling and never get
ting a word in return.-Henry Seton
Meiriman in "The Vultures."
It is a fundamental law of a happy
and useful life that we must keep sweet,
for bitterness perverts the judgment
and corrodes the heart.-Charles Fred
eric Goss in "The Loom of Life."
Fortanately, emotions primitively bar
barous are not indicated by external
labels or walks in the street wou'd be
fraught with strange discoveries.-An
thony Hope in "The Intrusions of Peg
There is no corrosive like wounded
egotism. It eats into the moral nature,
corrupting its victim, destroying all
s&se of proportion and blinding him
to everything save his own passionate
longing for reprisal.-James Creelman
in "Eagle Blood."
Due Notice is Served.
Due notice is served on the public
generally that DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve is the only salve on the market
that is made from the pure, unadulter
ated witch hazel. DeWitt's Witch Ha
zel Salve has cured thousands of cases
of piles that would not yield to any
other treatment, and this fact has
brought out many worthless counter
feits. Those persons who get the gen
uine DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve are
never disappointed, because it cures.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
The Colt and Its Rider.
Once upon a time a man tried to ride
on the back of a young colt, which ob
jected very much to his doing so, and
there was quiite a struggle between the
two, with plunging by the colt and
clinging by the man.
Finally the colt threw the man over
his head, depositing him on the ground
without injury. But the man, deter
mined not to be defeated, pursued the
colt and, capturing him, proceeded to
again mount, with some difficulty.
There was another struggle, which
ended as before-with the man pros
trate on the ground-but this time he
received severe injuries.
Moral. - Some persons don't know
when they are well off. -New York
"Encorel Encore!" persistently yefll
ed the group of college students i'n the
audience after little Eva had died her
stage death and the curtain had fallen.
The Uncle Tom, one of the kind that
needed no burned cork to emphasize
thd blackness of his face, stepped be.
fore the curtain in some perplexity.
"Gen'l'men," he said, "dere ain' gwine
be no corel"-Chicago Tribune.
ToProtect the Citizens of the Town
of Manning Against -Vicious or
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE IN
tendant and Wardens of the Town of
Manning in Council Assembled and by
Authority of the same:
SECTION 1. It shall be unlawful for
any person or persons on and after the
passage of this Ordinance, who owns a
dog of a vicious or dangerous nature,
to permit the same to run at large upon
the streets of the Town of Manning,
SEC. 2. The marshals of said town
are herein empowered and ordered to
shoot any dog 'which, under their own
oservation manifests a vicious nature
on the streets of said town, unless muz
zled; also they shall be required to
shoot any dog when found upon said
streets unmuzzled: Provided, such dog
~shall have pre'viously been reported to
them by two or more reputable citizens
as being of a vicious or dangerous na
Ratified by Council March 23, 1903.
D. M. BRADHAM,
E. J. BROWNE, Clerk.
Prohibiting the Maintenance, Use or
Operation of Devices, llachines
or Contrivances for the H-azard
ing of Money or Other Valuable
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE IN
tendant and Wardens of the Town of
Manning in Council Assembled:
SECTION 1. That it shall be unlawful
for any person or persons to maintair,.
operate or use, in or at his, her. or
their enclosure, house, place of busi
ness or elsewhere, within the corporate
limits of the town of Manning, any
scheme, machine, device or contriv
ance for the hazarding of money or
other valuable thing.
SEC. 2. That it shall be unlawful for
any person or persons, knowingly to
suffer, permit or allow his, her o their
house, enclosure, place of busin ss or
other premises, within the corporate
limits of said Town of Manning to be
occuied or used, in whole or in part,
by any person or persons whomsoever,
for maintaining, operating or using
such schemes, machines, device or con
trivance as is referred to and described
in the first section of this ordinance.
SEC. 3. Any person or persons con
victed of violating any of the provisions
of this ordinance, shall be punished by
imprisonment for a term of not less
than ten days,nor more than thirty days,
or by a fine of not less than five dollars
nor more than twenty-five dollars.
Ratified in Council~ this twentyfthird
day of March, 1903.
D. M. BRADHAM,
E. _T TBruwE Clerk.
A record-breaking, price-crashing sale that will play on the I
ous values picked while on our recent trip to New York will be ma
into your pockets for the dust.
Now there will be no brag and bluster about this sale, for w
type. And what is better still we are going to offer a reward of 0]
deliver for at least one week after the appearance of this ad. Now
"Oh, he advertises something he hasn't got." COME WITH THE
- Our Price-Crushing, Sledge-ammer Prices.
2,000 yards of yard-wide Sea Island Homespun at 4c per yard.
2,000 yards very heavy Drill Homespun, in 3 to 10 yard lengths, only
51c the yard.
One case of 2,000 yards of the best Indigo Blue Prints at 5c the yard.
50 pieces, 2,500 yards. of very soft finish, no starch, yard-wide Bleach
Homespun, only Sc the yard.
20 pieces, 1,000 yards, of the best quality 9-4 Bleached Sheeting, only
20c the yard.
5,000 yards of the best quality Dress Madras Pereales that you can't
get elsewhere for less than 12je; our price only 8ic per yard.
One case of 2,000 yards of very fine 15c Dimities; our special Easter
price only 10c yard.
Our stock of Dry Goods is one of the largest in this part of the State.
Dress Goods and Silks.
Our line of Dress doods and silks is the largest to be found in this
Guaranteed Black Taffeta Silks, one yard wide, at S1.25 and $1.50 per
A large line of Jap. Silks, in all shades, 27 inches wide, only 50c the yd.
A full line of Taffeta Silks, in all shades.
In Worsted Dress Fabrics for the spring Voiles are preeminently the
favorite and we have this fabric in all the leading shades.
Our line of Black Skirtings is the largest we have ever shown, contain
ing the best values we have ever offered, ranging in prices from 25c to $1.50
If you need a nice black skirt or a nice black suit you can get just
what you need here.
It is a fact that goes without saying that we carry the largest and most
up-to-date stock of Millinery of any house in this part of the State. We
can get up any kind of hat or bonnet you may need from the cheapest to
the most expensive.
While in New York we made a special purchase of twenty dozen La
dies' Hats to sell at $2 each, but during our Easter sale we will put this lot
of Hate on sale at $1.25 each.
If you are interested in nice, cheap Hats it will pay you to see these
Hats, as we feel quite sure you cannot get them elsewhere for almost dou
ble the price we ask for them.
Now remember this, $1.25 for a $2 Hat during our great Easter sale.
we wish to impress this one fact
In. conc1usion have to offer and whether you bi
you our values. We are always
S.- I. TIL L'S
Wedne8day & Turfday, April l & 2.
Everybody come and see a grand display of
Fine Millinery,- Dry Goods,
Dress Goods, Ribbons,
* Laces, Embroidery
And everything that is kept in an ut-to-date dry goods store.
Don't buy your Hat until you see ours. We have a larger line
than ever, and everybody k-nows how cheap we sell them.
Wednesday and Thursday, April 1st and 2d.
S. 1. Till.
On Levi Block. Near Legg's Stables.
>urse string of those who have cash to spend. Al-of the marvel
rked down for the cash at prices that will cause you to go down
e are going to deal in facts and put our prices down in cold, black
sE DOLLAR for every item called for in this ad. that we can't
this should shut up the mouth of the doubting Thomas who says
CASH and we will deliver the goods.
The time of year is now on hand when you must renovate your homes
Lnd make everything bright and cheerful. You will need a nice new
kfatting on your floors. You can get it right here at our store and the lar
rest line to select from in town, and prices lower than you can buy in any
A full line of Lace Curtains, Dotted Curtains, Swiss, Serims, Curtain
ttes, Silkoline Draperies. Curtain Poles and Shades at all prices.
If you have anything to buy in Housefurnishing Goods you wil'do
rourself financial harm if you don't see us before you buy.
Gent's and Children's lothing,
We wish to call special attention to.our spring line of Gent's and Chil
Gent's, we can give you nice All-Wool Spring Suits at $7.50, $10, $12.50
nd $15 per Suit.
The largest line of Pants in town, from $1 up to $5 per pair.
50 dozen Children's Knee Pants at 25c, 50c, 75c and $1 per pair. If- you
ivant nice Knee Pants here is the place to find them.
Gent's and Children's Hats.
We wish to impress this fact upon you, that our stock of Hats for both
.ent's, Youtlaand Children is the largest to be. found in this town. The
atest things in Fur Hats for both Gent's and Children.
If you need anything in nice Straw Hats forthe summer it will pay
Fou to see what we have to offer. The latest styles at the lowest prices.
We cannot close this ad. without telling you about the marvelous
7alues we have to offer you in Umbrellas.
Just listen at this, 50 nice Ladies' and Gents' Steel Rib and Steel Rod
[Imbrellas at 45c each.
50 Ladies' and Gents' nice Wool and Cotton Covered Umbrellas, only
50 Ladies' All-Silk Umbrellas for only $1.25 each.
Better grades of Ladies' and Gent's nice Silk Umbrellas at $1.50, $1.75,
P2 and $3 each.
upon you, we want you to call and see the marvelous vales we
iy one cent from us or not we will take great pleasure in showing
glad to see you.
. AROUND AT
i. F. DICKSON'8IHARD WARE STORE
IN THE WAY OF PRICES ON THESE GOODS:
Steel Dixie Stocks,CatDxetcs.
Farquhar Sweep Stocks, GeriRactSoks
Two Horse Turn Plows, BcbnsadHms
Collars and Bridles,SigersanOlyss
Extra Beams and Handles, Pit n ons
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 wanfs to
tour advantage andsto show my appreciation of your past patron
Lge by saving you money.
Let me tell-you something about
I expect to make up 150 sets and -will sell them. You will pay
ess for them than you ever have before. Give me a call before
beaing your order.
Yours for business,
'J. F. DICKSON,
Next Door to Levi's.
DR. M OTTETT'S
ro Tho r IAn.D rErhti aDsndtoes Caic dhese and s Reove
TN ~ee~ SYWr. CueE rN nCounter and Overome.d t!2 fet. of ot
z,-mr e at upo: Te ehn Chren,and ostionl 25 cents at Druggists. or
TO THE TIMES OFFICE.