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MANNING. S. C., APRIL 8, 1903.
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ond Class matter.
PULLING FOR VOTES.
President Roosevelt I s now
tourng the great West, and
from the character of his speech
es, we would say that he is mak
"big hits," and rapidly patching
the weak places in his political
fences. The president's stren
eous method s has brought upon
him considerable opposition in
his own party, and if the clamor
ing of the Republican politicians
continues, by die time the nomi
- nating convention comes off,
such strong opposition will de
velope that it may result in put
ting another in nomination to
'ieal the breach in the Republi
cai-party. The politicians are
not alone in their opposition to
the president, many of the trust
mag 'ates disapprove of his
ods.and it would not be sur
prising if this element has 'much
influence in dictating the policy
of the nominating convention,
and if they should fail in secur
ing President Roosevelt's defeat
in that convention, they will
either openly support the Dem
ocratic nominee, or be passive
and withhold financial aid to the
Republican party, and if the
Democrats wisely get together
and put forward a platform and
a candidate not shackled with
wild theories, so that the busi
ness element will not fear the
disturbing of business interests,
the clances for Democratic suc
cess will be good, but if Mr.
-Bryan and Mr. Cleveland con
tinue in their captious opposi
tion towards each other, our only
hope of success will lay in elim
inAting both of these distinguish
ed gentlemen from party direc
tion and influence. It is a suici
dal policy to have dissensions
within the party, and the sooner
we become harmonized the bet
t-er it will be. The Republican
party has full control of the gov
ernent, and therefore has the
advantage of being in possession,
and another party rent to pieces
with factional strifes, to under
take to win, would be a waste of
time, therefore our only hope of
victory must be in doing away
with all isms that have caused
the division, and come together,
with a common purpose of. at
tacking the entrenchments of the
Republican party with a solid
The fact that President Roose
velt is touring t-he States where
the Democracy have a fighting
chance, indicates to our mind
that as the leader of his party,
She realizes that something must
be done to arouse the waning
forces, brought about by signs
of meeting within his party. If
our leadership would put forth
agencies, at this time to follow
in the wake of the president, to
arouse the Democracy and to
r~elegate their factional differ
ences, it would be far wiser than
b Te present policy of antagonism
indulged in by the admirers of
Bryan and Cleveland.
We woluld like to see Tillmnan
of South Carolina and Hill of
New York, -both representing
the different factions of the Dem
ocratic party, follow behind the
president, and make speeches
-urging the Democrats to get to
gether and show up the other
-side of the argument. We know
of no two public men better cal
culated to arouse the mases than
Tillman and Hill, both are a
match for the president in ora
tory. Tillman with his blunt
-forceful utterances, can put the
people to thinking and Hill with
his polished eloquence ~can de
light his audiences.
.There never was a time in the
history of this great country
when the opportunity was great
-er for reaching the ear of the
common people, conditions'are
such that the party in power is
not at all certain of the position
it has taken on questions of pub
lic policy, and many of its wisest
men openly disapprove of its
course. The people feel the op
pressive domination of the com
bination of wealth daily getting
stronger under Republican rule,
and the business interests are
disturbed about the threatening
attitude of the party's politicians.
This being so, we believe if the
Democratic party can come to
gether on some conservative and
wise issue, it will appeal to the
masses, and some of the classes
alike, and make such a showing
in the next national campaign
that the Republicans will be put
to it to hold possession of the
$109 Reward, $100.
The readers or this paper will be pleased t
learn that there is at least one dreaded disease
that science has been able to cure in nll its
stages, and that is Catarrh. Halrs Catarrh Cure
is the only positive cure known to the medical
fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional dis
ease. rcquires a constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken internally. acting directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the sys
tem, thereby destroying the foundation of the
disease.and g;iving the patient strength by build
ing up the constitution and assisting nature in
doing its work. The proprietors have so much
faith it its curative powers. that they offer One
Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to
cure.- Send for list of testimonials.
Address. F. J- CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, 0.
TILLMAN'S ROYAL RECEPTION.
The demonstration last week
in Charleston. in honor of Sen
ator B. R. Tillnan was highly
proper and is deserving of coM
iendation, because it shows that
that the people of Charleston
have laid aside prejudice, and
appreciate faithful service. Sen
ator Tillman has demonstrated
that he is too broadminded to per
mit former opposition to preju
dice him in the discharge of his
duty, and his work in the Senate
in behalf of Charleston's business
interests was of a character that
those people would be ungrate
ful indeed did they not appre
ciate his efforts. That they
should have entertained him
when he visited the city which
was so greatly benefitted through
his labors was to be expected of
people famous for hospitality,
and the taunting expressions
now going the rounds of some of
the press is unworthy of a pro
fession which tends to mould
We may differ from Senator
Tillman in some of his positions
on public policies, but that does
not warrant us in decrying any
and everything he may do, that
he has labored faithfully for
South Carolina in the United
States Senate is beyond question,
and that Charleston has been
wonderfully benefitted all must
admit. Senator Tillman did
threaten to let Charleston "pad
dle her own canoe" if she elected
Mr. Von Kolaitz to -the State
Senate, that was politics, but
when the time came for him to
act, he promptly and energeti
cally put his whole force into the
work to get for the principal
sea-port of South Carolina all
the aid and- benefits from the
National government he cotild
for the city's development and
progress, and it is due to his
ability that he succeeded. We
are glad that when he visited the
city, the people made such
grateful recognition of his ser
vices, and did it in the handsome
manner, which has made Char
leston famous throughout the
world for her hospitality. If the
Senator had not succeeded in se
curing a dollar of government
appropriation for Charleston,
his masterly fight against the
nomination of Crum entitled him
to the gratitude of the people of
Charleston. His visit and his
cordial reception will have the
effect of cementing the good
work of forever burying fac
tionalism in the State, and all
sections will be the better off by
it. In our opinion this pleasing
incident has wiped away the
last vestige of factional strife, and
in the future our public service
will be operated upon rational
A Sweet Breath
is a never failing sign of a healthy
stomach. When the breath is bad the
stonach is out of order. There is no
remedv in the world equal to Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure for curing indigestion,
dyspepsa and all stomach disorders.
Mrs. Mary S. Crick of White Plains,
Ky., writes: "I have been a dyspeptic
for years-tried all kinds of remedies
but 'continued to grow worse. By the
use of Kodol I began to impr'ove at once,
and after taking a few bottles am fully
restored in weioht, health and strength
and can eat w~atever I like. Kodol
digests what you eat and makes the
stomach sweet. The R. B. Loryea
seh ~The Kind You Huae Always BoIught
After 25 Years of Suffering
Deafness, Mr. W. Scott W~
3758 N. Fifteenth Street,
Philadielphia, Pa., March 10, 1901.
Dear sirs: I have now used four bottles
f your Malt whiskey, and think I owe my
ife to this whiskey. I am 67 years old and
have had cartarrh of the nose, throat and
head for twenty-five years or more. I
m hard of hearing. About six reeks ago1
: was so sick I could not eat, sleep and
hardly able to walk. Felt more like dying
'Thousands like Mr. Scott have been
chitis, influenza, Grip and consumptiot
stimulates. enriches the blood, aids dige
disease germs. The system must be kept
Btrong and vigorous, so that it will throw
off disease. It Is the run-down, worn-out
system that contracts those diseases which
so often prove fatal. Take heed, build
up yo-.r body, keep your blood rich and
the circulation no:(mal. then you need have
w fear of disease.
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is prescribed
by doctors and used exclusively in all the
prominent hospitals. It has stood severe
tests for fifty years and always found
absolutely pure and free from fusel oil
md all dangerous ingredients.
CAUTION. -When buying Duffy's
Pure Malt Whiskey be sure you get
tgenuine.t nsecrupulous dealers
preparation, are s'eeking continu
ally to put upon the market for pro
it only, and will try to sell you
ehap imitations and so-called Malt
Whiskey substitutes, which, far
from relieving the sik. are posi
nud be sure; you get it. It is the
only absolutely pure malt whiskey
which contains medicinal health
giving qualities. Look for the
trademark, "The Old Chemist," on
South Carolina occupies a pe
culiar position. Both of her
United States Senators have
nephews in jail. James H. Till
man for shooting and killing N.
G. Gonzales, and whose trial is
set for the 13th in Columbia, and
John Latimer, Awaiting the re
sults of his shooting a school
teacher by the name of Harper.
Of course neither Senators Till
man nor Latimer have anything
to do with this unfortunate con
dition, but it does seem a very
remarkable coincidence t h a t
these gentlemen holding similar
positions from the same State
should have cause for anxiety
for members of their family
bearing to them a similar rela
A Prominent Minister Recommends Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
Rev. Francis J. Davidson, pastor of
the St. Matthew Baptist church and
president of the Third District Baptist
Association, 2731 Second St., New Or
leans, writes as follows: "I have used
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy for cramps and pains in
the stomach and found it excellent. It
is in fact the best cramp and colic rem
edv I have ever used. Also several of
mi parishioners have used it with
equally satisfactory results." For sale
by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac
M. Loryea, Prop.
Following is the honor roll of Pine
Grove Graded School for March:
Third Grade-Nina Dennis, Octavia
Morris, Beulah Smith, Bertha Turbe
Fourth Grade - Edith Cole, Ella
Greene, Maude Morris, Herman Page,
Fifth Grade - Carrie Coker, Effie
Sixth Grade Mabel Clyde, Rosa
Coker, Walton Smith, Leofala Turbe
ville, Linda Turbeville.
Seventh Grade - Fannie Greene,
Fred Morris, Clarissa Whitaker.
Our closing exercises will be on the
24th, 25th and 26th of May.
On Sunday Dr. W. W. Daniel, presi
dent of Columbia Female College, will
preach the commencement sermon.
Monday 'evening will be given to the
Tuesday the literary address by Prof.
John G. Clinkscales of Wofford College.
We will publish a full program in
April. A. T. HELMS.
Turbeville, S. C., March 31, 1903.
- A 9 T .O X. A .
Bears the The Kind You Have Always Bought
Special to The Manning Times.
There will take place in the Metho
dist church Easter Sunday night at &
o'clock a children's exercises, a very
elaborate program has been arranged.
I was-in error in last week's issue in
regards to the "Whitney White Flyer"
conveying the race horses from Aiken
to Jersey City, N. T. It arrived here
last Wednesday evening at 4 o'clock;
we had the pleasure of viewing some
very fine horses as the "Belle of Pine
wod" had orders for some of the party
on board. There was thirty five horses
on board and eighty five passengers
consisting of riders, drivers, coachmen,
groomsmnen and flunkies.
Dr. Md. D. Murray is able to sit up a
little in his office.
Miss Oneida Griffin who has been
teaching at Jordan, has closed her
school and has returned home.
Dr. G. W. B3. Smith has returned
home from a flying visit in the upper
part of the State. Dr. George reports
a good time and find trip.
Miss Ruth Smith who is teaching at
Alcolu spent three days at home last
Miss Lola Brown is visiting in Sum
All the nearby towns had their rep
resentatives out in full blast last Sun
day evening and as a matter of fact the
girls up here know their business, as
summer is on hand. Look out young
chaps if your left foot should slip and
your head hit the ceiling where will
you be when you wake up.
Pinewood, April 7, 1903.
with Catarrh, Which Caused
as.*Completely Cured by
than living. Was under a doctor's care
and takinr all kinds of drugs and medi
cine, douches, solutions In nose, etc. The
doctor nearly blew my head away with a
powerful air pump-medicated air, he
called it. It did absolutely nothing in my
ease. I threw everything away-medicine,
air pump, doucheS-and commenced on
Duffy's Pure Maly' Whiskey. I felt better
from the start. I take one ounce with
water before and after each meal and at
bedtime, and now, after using four bottles,
I can eat and drink and sleep well, and I
feel better to-day than I have for twenty
years. I was opposed to all kinds of liquor
end used none for twenty-five years. I
use Duffy's as a medicine only, and shall
continue to use it as long as I live, if I
can get It. . I know it will keep me alive,
end may in time Improve my hearing. I
hope t will. Yours very sincerely,
.A LATER LETTER.
Dear Sir: I have Improved some since
writing you before, only occasional cough
md very little discharge from nose. Feel
ing much better. My hearing is much lim
proved now; not so much roaring in my
ead since Duffy's has brought my blood
: a healthier condition and motion.
Sincerely yours. W. SCoTT.
March 31, 1901.
cured of Catarrah, Asthma, Bron
.by Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, which
stion, builds new tissues and kills the
The genuine fluffy's Pure Malt Whis
Sold at all Dispensaries,
or direct at $1.00 a bottle. Refuse imita
tions and substitutes. thege is none just as
good as "Duffy's." It is the only whiskey
recognized by the Government as a medi
cine. Valuable medical booklet sent free.
As rked who finished
the y :- things must end,"
so the Wilson school entertainment,
under the management of our teacher,
Miss Emma Gordon, and three or four
ladies of the neighborhood, has come
and gone. Their best hopes were sur
passed, realizing $25, which will be
used for purchasing patent desks.
The exercises were opened. and closed
by a beautiful rendition of the solos,
"He was a Prince" and "I have a
Longing in My Heart for Ycu, Louise,'
by Miss Alma Gordon of Lane's.
"Mother Goose" and her children, all
so dear to the childish heart, were out
in bright array. Some of -he charac
ters were introduced by "Mother
Goose with the appropria:e rhymes,
while others were introduced with a
song by an invisible chorus.
"Mother Goose" was represented by
Miss Annie Lowder.
"King Cole with his Fiddlers Three,'
by Alston James, Glenn McKnight,
Harry and Joe Warr.
"Queen of Hearts" by Lillie Plow
"Knave of Hearts" by Hrrry Warr.
"Little Boy Blue" by Charlie John
"Bo-Peep" by Mildred James.
"The little man who lived by him
self and his wife from tovn," CaperE
James and Elizabeth Coskrey.
"Jack Horner" by Clen McKnight.
"Miss Mufit " by Ada Kolb.
"Peter Pumpkin Eater and his wife'
by Edgar Plowden and Cammie Kolb.
"Babes in the Woods" by Lec
Strange and Elizabeth Coskrey.
"Jack Spratt and his wife," Edgar
Plowden and Jesse Warr.
"Milking Maid and her escort" by
Fleppen Wilson and Lena Plowden.
"Tom Tucker" by Will Plowden.
"Jack and Gill" by James and Mar
"Simple Simon and the pie man" by
Willie McKnight and David Plowden.
"Dame Trott" by Tyson Lowder.
"Tom the Piper's Son" by Clyde
"Humpty-Dumpty" by Hugh John
"Daffydown-Dilly" by Cassie 'Plow
"Mother Hubbard"' by Hessie Low
Each child was dressed in costume
befitting the character it represented
and carried the suitable property.
"Mother Hubbard" had her dog:
"Dame Trott" had her basket of eggs,
"Jack and Gilll" their pails and so on.
The festival was closed with a recep
tion by Mother Goose and her children,
at the end of which she led them trough
a drill, closing with a tableau. All OJ
the parts were well given, so much sc
that an onlooker was compelled to won
der if we were not nursing a Mary An
derson or a Edwin Booth in our midst,
After the school exercises were ovei
the ladies served refreshments.
We saw among the audience friend,
from Manning, Foreston, and othei
neighboring towns. We were glad tc
have them with us and hope they will
remember the next date and come,
bringing their friends. We promise tc
have more cream.
Near the winding up a call was made
for the sheriff, who was present, and 2
beautiful cake was given him to sell al
auction. At the beginning he was a
little nervous, but as time passed he
warmed up to his subject and came
very near taking the cake, in othei
words, he came within 21 cents of buy
The evening was very pleasantl:
spent by all who attended. Nothing
could, have added to the pleasures more
than the presence of the Major ani
The ladies wish to thank Messrs.
Dulcho Strange and William Hollada:
for their assistance in arranging room
managing curtains, etc.
ANY CHURCH or parsonage or insti.
tution supported by voluntary contribu
tion will be given a liberal quantity o:
the Longman & Martinez Pure Paints
whenever they paint.
NOTE: Have done so for twenty-sever
years. Sales: Tens of millions of gal
ons; painted nearly two million hous~e
under guarantee to repaint if not satis
factory. The paint wears for periods
up to eighteen years. Linseed Oil inusi
be added to the paint, (done in tw<
minutes). Actual cost then about $1.2!
a gallon. Samples free. Sold by on:
Agents, The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Bars thae AThe Kind You Have Always Bought
To rotctthe Citizens of the Towr
of Manning ,Against Vicious or
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE IN
tendant and Wardens of~ the Town o
Manning in Council Assemibled and b;
Authority of the same:
SECTION 1. It shall be unlawful foi
any person or persons on and after th<
passage of this Ordinance, who owns
dog of a vicious or dangerous nature
to permit the same to run at large upor
the streets of the Town of Manning
SEc. 2. The marshals cf said towr
are herein empowered and ordered t<
shoot any dog which, under their ow]
observation manifests a vicious nature
on the streets of said town, unless muz
zled; also they shall be required t<
shoot anj dog when found upon said
streets unmuzzled: Provided, such dog
shall have previously been reported t<
them by two or more repuiable 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 o:
Operation of Devices, rlachines
or Contrivances for the hiazard
ing of Money or Other Valuabkt
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE IN
tendant and Wardens of the Tow~n o:
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, 0:
their enclosure, house, place of busi
ness or elsewhere, within the corporate
limits of the town of Manningr. an:
scheme, machine, device or contriv
ance for the hazarding of money o:
other valuable thing.
SEC. 2. That it shall be unlawful fo:
any person or persons, knowingly t<
suffer, permit or allow his, her or thei:
house, enclosure, place of business or
other premises, within the corporat'
limits of said Town of Manning to be
occupied or used, in whole or in part:
by any _person or persons, whomsoever,
for maintaining, operating or usmng
such schemes. mnachin~s, device or con
trivance as is referred- to anid described
in the first section of this o)rdinance.
SEC. 3. Any person or persons con
victed of violating any of the provision.
of this ordinance, shall be punished b)
imprisonment for a term of not les
than ten days,nor more than thirty days
or by a fine of not less than five dollar
nor mnore than twenty-five dollars.
Ratified in Council this twenty-thiri
day of March, 1903.
D. M. BRADHAM,
EI. T ROn, Clerk.
GR AT EM
A record-breaking, price-crashing sale that will play on the
ous values picked while on our recent trip to New York will be m,
into your pockets for the dust.
Now there will be no brag and bluster about this sale, for -
type. And what is better still we are going to offer a reward of C
deliver for at least one week after the appearance of this ad. Nov
"Oh, he advertises something he hasn't got." COME WITH THE
Our Price-Crushing, Sledge-Hammer Prices.
2,000 yards of yard-wide Sea Island Homespun at 4e per yard.
2,000 yards very heavy Drill Homespun, in 3 to 10 yard lengths, only
5Ac the yard.
One case of 2,000 yards of the best Indigo Blue Prints at 5e the yard.
50 pieces, 2,500 yards, of very soft finish, no starch, yard-wide Bleach
Homespun, only 8c 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 Percales that you can't
get elsewhere for less than 12je; our price only 8+e per yard.
One case of 2,000 yards of very line 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 Goods and Silks is the largest to be found in this
Guaranteed Black Taffeta Silks, one yard wide, at $1.25 and $1.50 per'
A large line of Jap. Silks, in all shades, 27 inches wide, only 50e 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-honse 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 Hats on sale at $1.25 each.
If you are interested in nice, cheap Hats it will jay ,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, S1.25 for a S2 Hat during our great Easter sale.
A n we wish to impress this one fac
In 1CO IC IsiOf have to offer and whether you b
N you our values. We are always
This Space Belongs to
The High Price Breaker,
1~~ The LOW PRICE Maker.
8 On Levi Block. Near Legg's Stables.
DR. MI OFCTT'S
4 :TEETHING P0WDERS)
- sd prevonts wormsuTET r 1NnCountoracts and vercosmesthe Etct ofte
s erwacen hat on Teotn C Are. an costs onl 23 cents at Druggists, er
EL:ECTION NOTICE. Notice to Creditors. -
In pusuanc of a orde All persons having claims against the
ted puysuae on Boarde ou direc- estate of William H. Dyson, deceased,
tedby he ouny BardofEducation will present them duly attested, and'
of Clarendon county, S. C., dated April those owing said estate will make pay
4th, 1903, we do hereby give notice that ment to J. .TMOS
-an election will be held at Pinewood, Clr of T CMOS,
S. CApril 23rd, 1903. o the purpose Admirktort.
of ascertaining the wishes of the quali- Manninz, S. C., April 8, 1903, [36-4t
fled voters in School District No. 2u as ________________
stol pecialstax leyy of two mills for Notice of Discharge.
-Polls will open at 8 o'clock a. m-. I will apply to the Judge of Probate
and close at 4 o'clock p. m.Ifor Clarendon County on the 24th day
.J. W. WEEKs, of April, 1903, for letters of dis
J. R. GRIFFIN, charg as Administratrix of the estate
C. P. BArustees of Nelson Gritln, deceased.
Trustes- , C. LETITIA GRIFFIN.
April 7, 1903. [3-2t Pinewood, S. C., March 24, 1903.
Tax Salee oe t on
BY AUTHORITY OF A TAX EX--__
ecution directed to me by S. J. Bow
man, County Treasurer, I will sell at E s r3 e ~ a
public outcry, for cash, in Manning,
Molnday,4th day of May,12 o'clock M., APYT
One Jet containing one acre, more or
less, in Jerveyville, in Fulton town-, IS N R u N
ship; bounded, east, by Rev. J. E. I
Hammond; south, by White Pond
sreadwest by Char]leston street. K dlD sesaC r
steea . ELBERT DAVIS,Dgstwatyuet I
Sheriff Clarendon County.
M on4 T E .Iy A DRU L TORE.
J/s Tr a
purse string of those who have cash to spend. All of the marvel
irked down for the cash at prices that will cause you to go down
re are going to deal in facts and put our prices down in cold, black
NE 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
and make everything bright and cheerful. You will need a nice new.
Matting on your floors. You can get it right here at our store and the lar
gest line to select fr6m in town, and prices lower than you can buy in any
A fall line of Lace Curtains, Dotted Curtains, Swiss, Scrims. Curtain
ettes, Silkoline Draperies. Curtain Poles and Shades at all prices.,
If you have anything to buy in Housefurnishing Goods .you will do
yourself financial harm if yon don't see us before you buy.
Gent's and Children's Clothing.
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
and $15 per Suit. k
The largest line of Pants in town', from S1 up to $5 per pair. -
50 dozen Children's Knee Pants at 25e, 50c, 75e and $1 per pair. If you
want 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
Gent's, Youths and Children is the largest to be found in this town. The
latest things in Fur Hats for both Gent's and Children.
If you need anything in nice Straw Hats for the summer it will pay
you to see what we have to offer. The latest styles at the lowest prices.
We cannot close this ad. without telling you about the'marveloas
values we have to offer you in Umbrellas.
Just listen at this,50 nice Ladies' and Gents' Steel Rib and Steeliod
Umbrellas at 45c each.
50 Ladies' and Gents' nice Wool and Cotton-Covered Umbrellas onl
50 Ladies' All-Silk Umbrellas for only $'25 each.'
Better grades of Ladies' and Gent's nice Silk Umbrellas at $1.50, $1.75,
$2 and $3 each.
b upon, you, we want you to call and see the marvelous values we
ny one cent from us or not we' will take great pleasure in showin
glad to see you.
J. F, DICKSON'8INARD WARE STORE
IN THE WAY OF PRICES ON THESE GOODS:
Steel Dixie Stocks, Cs ii tcs
Farquhar Sweep Stocks, GeriRactSoks
Two Horse Turn Plows, BcbnsadHms
Collars and Bridles,- S-gere n lvss
Extra Beams and Handles, Pit n ons
Wings and Wings, BasadBr,
Twistes, Shoels anSwee s ots ofixie Skocks,
Rop oGteorst qRatStcs
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CRC6OES THE WHIP~
IN CMIE ORDER
SELLS THE VERY BEST GRADES OF
AT THIE'VERY LOWEST C.OST
It pays to fertilize your lands w
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CHARLEsTON. S. C.
- Manufacturer of
- Fertilizers on Earth"
- Forty odd
- vWholesale purchasers -
- Largest importers
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