Newspaper Page Text
M1ANNING, S. C., MAY 6, 1903.
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY.
One year.................... ...
Six months..................... n
Four months....................... 50
One square. one time. S1: each subsequent in
sertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of
Respect charged for as regular advertisements.
Liberal contracts made for three, six and twelve
(ommumcations must oc accompanied by the
real name and address of the writer n order to
No communication of a personal character
will be published except as an advertisement.
Entered at the Postofice at Manning as Sec
ond Class matter.
IT LOOKS LIKE CLEVELAND.
The newspapers of the United
States have a wonderful adapta
bility of changing front: they
can 'about-face" with the same
alacrity as a regular soldier, and
they can charge, or retreat,
without a grimace. Since 1896
Grover Cleveland has been the
subject of attack by every Dem
ocratic newspaper, and an ob
ject of ridicule by the Republi
can papers, and the cartoons
were enough to drive an ordina
ry man into seclusion. William
Jennings Bryan has preached,
with Grover Cleveland as his
text, and pointed out all that is
vile and corrupt; every time
Bryan said Cleveland was a ras
cal, the Southern Democratic
press and the Western Populistic
press, lustily said "Amen."
What a change? A transfor
S cln has begun, and "Billy"
77 -Bryan is left by himself high
and dry to "cuss" Cleveland, all
of the others, as if awakened by
the same dream, are singing his
praises, and are turning to him
as the Moses to lead the Demo
cratic party out of the mire and
b6rambles which Bryan and his
Populist cohorts put them in.
We have not heard of any ex
pression regarding Cleveland
from Senator Tillman, who was
so bitter against the former
Democratic chief, that he just
wanted an opportunity to "jab
his pitchfork into old Cleveland's
fat sides," but as Mr. Tillman is
politician it would not surprise
us, when he sees Cleveland is
likely to, capture the nomination,
trying to out Herod-Herod in his
leap into the Cleveland band
When newspapers make such
a complete reversal of their po
sition they must have some ex
cuse to render, and in this in
stance they take Cleveland's re
cent speech delivered in New
York on the race question as a
cause for their conversion back to
the man they so soundly de
nounced; not only charging him
with party betrayal, but person
-al dishonesty. And now when
they have twice "chewed the
'bag", and realized the "proof
-of the pudding," they come out
from behind the walls of defama
tion, to bear- gifts to the man
who is the only-one in a quarter
of a century that has exhibited a
*statesmanship, which the busi
ness interests of the country
would confide in, and today it
begins to look that Grover
Cleveland will have the Demo
cratic nomination thrust upon
him 'whether he wants it or not.
Should it come to pass that he-is
the niominee, we can imagine the
embarassment of our party lead
-ers in this State, who in conven
tion assembled denounced Cleve
land as the "cool of Wall street,"
Hand when vwe undertake to make
-excuses the Republican opposi
tion will quote freely from the
-speeches of Senator Tillman, and
th'e resolutions and platform of
our conventions. Mr. Cleve
land's recent speech in New
York was very acceptable to us
of the South and we hope it will
bring good results at. the North,
but we had not better lay too
much stress upon that speech,
because it will be shown, that
Mr. Cleveland while president
was not so aversed to the negro,
in fact, he had at his receptions
FredDouglas with his red-haired
~white wife. and among his many
*negro appointees was one Mat
thews of-New York as the Reg
istrar of the District of Colum
bia, and under whom were a
number of most excellent ladies
who could not afford to throw up
their places on account of the
racial barrier,because it was their
meat and bread. It will be
shown that under Cleveland
about as many negro appoint
ments were made as under
Roosevelt. Under the latter it
-was a natural consequence of
party reward, but with the
former it was not so, because the
Democratic party professes to be
the white man's party, and does
not place itself under obligations
to the negro, even at the Nortlh
where that race wield a power
ful influence on election day.
We believe Cleveland is a wisE
statesman and had we followed
him, instead of running after
*false gods, chasing "a light ir
the West," and "tearing ovei
the meadow for the bag of silvem
at the end of the rainbow" wt
*would not be at a loss for a fir
and safe leadership, we would
not have to place ourselves in a
"help me Cassius or I sink" at
titude,.we would be able to gc
before the country with, a clear
bill of health, and have our party
ship in readiness to take or
board that element who is seek
ing legislation which will ad
vance the business interests, anc
not disturb it. At this stage omi
party ship is so manned that i:
the helm is placed in Cleve
land's hands, Bryan and his co
agitators will scuttle the ship b3
the time she leaves her moor
ings, and if a Bryanite is placed
in command, two experiences
teaches us it will be perilous, as
compass and chart is ignored
and those not bent upon suicide
will leave the ship as soon as the
commander steps on board.
It will not do. if we mean to
make a respectable showing in
the next campaign, to place in
command, either Cleveland or
Bryan; neither will let the other
win, therefore the sooner both of 1
these distinguished lights are
extinguished and-another beacon
is lighted, the better it will be
for party safety, because as it is,
we are floundering about in con
fusion and inconsistency. We
are among those who do not re
gard Cleveland's recent speech
as entitling him to any special
consideration, if he is the pro
found statesman and honest man
the newspapers are describing
him now, he has been so all
along. If Cleveland was "the tool
of Wall street" his speech has
not changed that attitude. If he
got rich out of the big bond is
sue, as he was accused by Bryan,
TilIman, Altgeldt and others,
those few utterances in Carnegie 1
hall, in which he endorsed Book
er Washington's plan for the
negroes future did not put a dol
lar back into the treasury. If it
is true that he betrayed the Dem
ocratic party, his honied phrases
for the South, will not endear
him to the party.
We offer One Hundred Dollars reward for
any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by
Huifls Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CH EY & CO.. Props., Toledo, 0.
we. the undersigned. have known F. J. Chmney
for the last 15 years. and believe him perfectly
honorable in al business transactions and fina.i
cially able to carry out any obligations made bj
WEST & TRUAx. wholesale druggists. Toledo, 0.
WALDflG, KSN, & MAviAv. wholesale drug
gists. Toledo. 0.
Hals Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of
the system. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all
druggists. Testimonials free.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
There took place at the McFaddin
school in Sandy Grove township, on the
evening of the 24th inst., an entertain
ment which the teacher Miss Bessie
Hackney has every reason to be proud
of. The attendance was large and the
recitations and dialogues were all ren
dered in a manner to show that Miss
Hackney is a mind-trainer of high or
der. The tableau scene, "Tenting on
the old camp ground" was so realistic
that a number of veterans present said
it reminded them of days long ago
when the blood flowed in their veins
more warmly and the knee was more
supple. Altogether it was a very pleas
ing performance, and the editor of THE
TIMEs regrets that he had to forego
the pleasure of being present. The
trustees of the school paid Miss Hack
ney the compliment of unanimously
tendering her the school for another
season, and we presume she will ac
cept. Miss Hackney is now in Wash
ington, Ga., visiting friends. The
following was the program rendered:
welcome-Master Arthur Wilder and Butler
Sonr-Auld Lang Syne, by school.
Rectation-A Frog in My Shoe. Miss Tyson
Msaic-Mr. DuBose. Rose and McFaddin.
A Slight Msunderstanding-Miss Janie Mc-,
'Fadin and Mr. James worsham.
Tableau-Dressed for the Party.
The Watermillion- Master Butler Driggers.
So-The Rainy Day. by fiye little girls.
The Rival Orators-Mr. Hassel McFaddin and
Master Marion worsham.
Recitation-Mumford's Pavement, by Master
Music-Messrs. DuBose. Rose and McFaddin.
Tableau-Bluie Beard's wives.
Recitation-A Yankee in Love, by Mr. George
The Sniggles Family. by nine young ladies.
Song-Tenting on the Old Camp Ground, by
Little Brown Jug-Master William Driggers
and Miss Emily Driggers.
Recitation-The New Rosette, by Miss Lula
Drill of the Eastern Band, by eight young
Tbleau-The Saerifice of Iphegenia.
A Study in Expression-Come Play With Me.
by four little girls and boys.
A Court Scene-The Country Justice.
Song-My Old Kentncky Home. by the boys.
Mr. Joseph Pomninville of Stillwater,
Minn., after having spent over $2,000
with the best doctors for stomach trou
ble, without relief, was advised by his
druggist, Mr. Alex. Richard, to try a
box of Chamberlain's Stomach and
Livr Tablets. He did so, and is a well
man today. If troubled with indiges
tion, bad taste in the mouth/lack of ap
petite or constipation, give these Tab
lets a trial, and you are certain to be
more than pleased with the result. For
sale at 2.5 cents per box by The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea,
Prop._ _ _
New Zion Dots.
'pecial to The Manning Times.
With the approach of summer, the
girls are scanning the advertisments
seeking their summer fineries, most of
them I believe go to Manning, and
from the increased demand in swans
down, owing to the large quantities it
takes to do to keep down excitemedt
and blushes, I am afraid their will be a
trust or "association" formed and run
up the price, so I would advise our
girls to buy largely and quick.
The jurors from this section drawn
for the first week, are home again and
seem considerably fatigued.
The new road project from Sardinia
to Manning is the topic in these parts,
and different opinions are expressed,
some seem to think the projectors of
the scheme are making a mistake in
trying to connect Sardinia with Man
ning, as that section is not so thickly
populated as some other parts of Salem.
I think more could be accomplisheds by
building a good road from Sardinia to
New Zion, and it would make it nearer
and better for the bulk of the tobacco
growers in going to the county seat. I
am glad to learn that the business men
of Manning contributed liberally for
the new road, and I hope the money
will be properly spent. It is easy
enough to handle private funds for
public purposes, but it is not so easy to
handle them so as to give satisfaction,
at any rate I do not want any favorite
ism to be shown.
I realize how difficult it must be to
run a newspaper when there is nothing
to write about, and I do wish the
friends of THE TIMES would send to
the editor a lot of news, to aid him in
studying out something to write which
will be of future value to the people
generally. Buster you ain't married
yet, let us hear from you or we might
conclude that you have taken to the
swamp. Slab where are you. All of
us are always delighted with your well
pointed suggestions and we want you to
wake up. B.,
Saves Two From Death.
"Our little daughter had an almost
fatal attack of whooping cough and
bronchitis," writes Mrs. W. K. Havil
and of Armonk, N. Y., "but, when all
ote remedies failed, we saved her life
with Dr. King's New Discovery. Our
iece, who had consumption in an ad
vanced stage, also used this wonderful
medicine and today she is perfectly
well." Desperate throat and lung dis
eases yield to Dr. King's New Discov
e ry as to no other medicine on earth.
Infallible for coughs and colds. 50c
nd $1 bottles guarantesd by The R. B.
idiwr The Manning Times:
The closing exercises of the Pano
chool will take place on the 8th ins1
very interesting program is arrang<
or the occasion.
Rev. C. C. Herbert preached a vei
nteresting sermon to a large congr
,ion last Sunday afternoon at Andre'
Mr. Robert Fairy is in Dr. Mood
nfirmary where he had an operati
)erformed for appendicitis, he is ge
Ing on nicely.
Miss Annie Sue Riehbourg returni
ome last Saturday from Clio, whe:
;he had been teaching school for so
Mr. E. L. Fairy has been appoint
Ls a delegate from Andrews Chapel
he Sunday school convention whi'
vill convene at Florence on the 11th.
Alice Davis a negro woman livmg <
r. S. P. Fairy's place, while thras
xg a six-year-old daughter, broke h
trm, and Dr. Mood of Summerton h,
o be called in to set ti. W.
Panola May 4 1903.
The Wastes of the Body.
Every seven days the blood, muscl
md bones of a man of average si
oses two pounds of wornout tissu
fhis waste cannot be replenished al
hle health and strength kept up wit
)ut perfect digestion. When t
tomach and digestive organs fail
erform their functions, the streng
ets down, health gives way, and c
;evse sets up, Kodol Dyspepsia Cu
mables the stomach and digestive c
rans to digest and assimilate all of t
wholesome food that may be eaten in
he kind of blood that rebuilds the t:
;ues and protects the health ai
strength of the mind and body. Kod
:ures Indigestion, Dyspepsia and :
stomach troubles. It is an ideal spril
tonic. Sold by The R. B. Loryea Dri
The following is the honor roll
Pine Grove Graded School for April:
Third Grade-Octavia Morris, Be
Fourth Grade-Edith Cole, Bert
rurbeville, Earle Turbeville.
Fifth Grade -- Carrie Coker, Ef
Sixth Grade - Rosa Coker, Lec
Seventh Grade-Fred Morris, C1h
A Love Letter
Would not interest you if you're loc
ing for a guaranteed Salve for sor
burns or piles. Otto Dodd of Pond(
No., writes: "I suffered with an ug
;ore for a year, but a box of Bucklce
A.rnica Salve cured me. It's the b
Salve on earth. 25c at The R. B. L<
rea Drug Store.
There are some good reasons addue
by those who favor the claims of .t
columbine as a national flower. T:
*olors of the wild varieties aie re
white and blue. The flower is pure
American. quite widespread, hard
graceful, beautiful. The petals a
perfect "liberty caps;" reversed th
are "horns of plenty.' Columbi
comes from the Latin columba, a doN
the peaceful derivation of the wo
accords well with our national polic
the name also. recalls Columbus, t
great nav'igator and discoverer. T:
flower also lends itself well to a cc
ventonial architectural decoration.
A Farmer Straightened Out.
"A man living on a farm near h
came in a short time ago complete
doubled up with rheumatism. I hand
him a bottle of Chamberlain's Pi
Balm and told him to use it freely a
if not satisfied after -using ~it he ne
not pay a cent for it." says C. P. Re
der of Fattens Mills, N. Y. "A ft
days later he walked into the store
straight as a string and handed mi
dollar saying, 'give me another bot1
of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. I want
in the house all the time for itcur
me." For sale by The R. B. Lory
Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
A Hint For the Future.
"It is a source of great happiness
me, my dear," remarked Mr. Baxter
iis life's companion, "that no one c
ever with truthflness point to you
a woman with a past."
"Yes, James," replie'd Mrs. Baxter,
should make you happy, and as tome
row is my birthday It will make
happy to have everybody point to me
a womari with a present."-New Yc
Mr. Ralph Bulloci
Who Is In His
Is as Young
"I was always fond of life." said M
a great deal of it when I was young, al
RALPH BULLOCK. 104 YEARS OLDt
of drugs and medicine alone. So it is
and strong. If the fathers and mother
disease, there would be no sickly, pun
body in a state of normal health. by i
solutely pure stim'2lant and tonic wh
ingredients. Do not 511 your system
There are thousands of cases simi
used Duty's Pure Malt Whiskey as d
least twenty years.
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey has cu
scribed by over 7.000 doctors and used
genuine Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey I:
Sold At A
or direct at $1.00 a bottle. Refuse inr
good as "Duffy's." It is the only whi
cine. This is a guarantee. Valuable
Comnny, Rochester, N. Y.
Peppermint For Sleeplessness.
A physician declares that he finds
peppermint water an efficient remedy
a for sleeplessness. This Is a very sim
ple cure, and it will not bring forth
,d from the organs of professional opin
ion any declaration of unsafeness. It
j is added that a mixture of spirits of
N chloroform and peppermint water giv
en in hot water to the victim of insom
s nia will produce sleep, but pv:haps in
>n the case of the admixture of chloro
t- form water may claim a decided share
in relieving the trouble. It is at least
easy to try peppermint water, and the
theory of its action is believed to be
founded on its effect In withdrawing
d blood from the brain by attracting a
to fuller flow to the stomach.
Broke Into His House.
- S. Le Quinn of Cavendish, Vt., was
er robbed of his customary health by in
td vasion of chronic constipation. When
Dr. King's New Life Pills broke into
his house, his trouble was arrested and
now he's entirely cured. They're guar
anteed to cure, 25c at The R. B. Loryea
ze Lavish Entertalnments,
e. In the palmy days of the French
id monarchy sumptuous entertainments
h- of royalty were not uncommon. To
ie entertain a queen for a week the Comte
d'Artois rebuilt, rearranged and refur
i nished his castle from threshold to tur
re ret, employing 900 workmen day and
r- night. The Marshal de Soubise re
ie ceived Louis XV. as his guest for a
to day and night at a cost of 580,000. "1
s' hear," sald his majesty to the marshal,
0d who owed millions, "that you are in
41] debt." "I will inquire of my steward
i and inform your majesty," replied the
host, hiding a yawn behind his hand.
Beas ha Kind YOU Have Always Bought
U-_- ----+-*- -
Esau and Hs Copyright.
Once a month it was the custom of a
le clergyman in a neighboring town to
catechise the Sunday school. Among
ila the questions asked was, "Who was
Esau?" Several responded, but none of
r- the answers 'was satisfactory, and, as
the pastor was about to tell them, one
little fellow said, 'I think I can tell you
what he did."
k. "Well," said the pastor, "tell me
s, what Esau did."
r, "Esau was the fellow who sold his
'y copyright for a mess of potash."-Phil
kS adelphia Ledger.
Recent experiments by practical
tes-ts and examination with the aid of
the X-Rays, establish it as a fact that
Catarrh of the Stomach is not a disease
e of itself, but that it results from re
he peated attacks of indigestion. "How
d, can I cure my indigestion?" Kodol
ly Dyspepsia Cure is curing ihousands. It
y. will cure you of indigestion- and pre
re vent of cure catarrh of the Stomach.
ey Kodol digests what you eat-makes the
e stomach sweet. Sold by The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store.
y- He Asked A-mis.
be "What's the trouble, my boy?" queried
be the minister of a,young member of his
n- flock. "You look sad."
''And I feel sad,"'replied the young
man. "I asked Miss Silverton to be my
wife, and she declined the honor."
"That's too bad," said the parson.
re "But it's In accord with the Scriptures,
ly wvhich says, 'Ye asked and received not
ebecause-ye asked amiss.' N
an"Well, what would you advise me to
do?" queried the youth.
"Next time ask a widow," replied the
~good man, with a suspicious twinkle in
as his eye.--Chicago News.
le . .A B1'y .IA
ed BerTh h8 Kind You Have Always BOught
to This is a perfectly splendid liver
to medicine: Take a deep breath and then
"m expel the air from the lungs In little
as ufs like a donkey engIne. Push out
all the air you possibly can, drawing
'it the abdomen in and up as far as it will
r-go. The doing of this exercise will
ne probably strike you as being so per
as fectly funny or silly that you will win'd
rk up with some of the real thing, which
* s, of course, better than the Imitation.
k of Brooklyn N. Y.,
105th Year, Says He
and Active as Any of
dren-- He Weighs 175
His Only Medicine Is
r.-Bullock to a reporter last evening. "I saw
id to this day I can laugh as heartily as the
youngest of my grandchildren. I am good
for some more years, and I scarcely feel
. my age. My vigorous constitution and re
markable freedom from disease is due to
- the daily use for many years of Duffy's
Pure Malt Whiskey. Though I am past 104
years of age. I feel as young and hearty
as forty years ago. I weigh 175 pounds,
my appetite is good, and I still do all the
chores. I cannot say too much in favor of
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, which is; in
deed a blessing to old people and invalids.
I know it has prolonged my life many
Mr. Bullock's wife died twenty years ago,
and he is living with one of his grandchil
dren. Sixty-five grandchildren are mar
ried, and they are all strong and healthy.
His descendants who live in Fort Hamil
ton, Brooklyn and Manhattan are the Mc
Doald, Watts. Hurst, Bullock and Clark
The haalth and vigor of Mr. Bullock's
children and grandchildren show that their.
father thought of his descendants and kept
his constitution strong and vigorous with a
.pure stimulant and tonic, leaving all kinds
sith a woman; she should keep herself healthy
s kept their constitutions strong and free from
v children. It is an easy matter to keep the
sing Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, the only ab
ch is free from fuscl oil and other dangerous
'ith patent medicines and drugs.
tar to that of Mr. Bullock's, and if every one
ireted the average life would be prolonged at
red millions in the last 50 years. It is pre
exclusively by 2,000 prominent hospitals. The
itations and substitutes, there is none just as
skey recognized by the Government as a medi
-medica boent sent free. Duffy Malt Whiskey
No doubt many of the girls in all parts of
;heir Commencement Dresses. It will pay 1
nencement to call on us, as we are specially p
White Persian Lawns.
White Persian Lawns will be the favorite material for Con
nencement Dresses this season. We have a fuf1 line of plain Per
ian Lawns and Silk Persian Lawns in stock, from 20c to 50c yard.
Imported White Organdies.
White Organdies which have been in use so long for com
nencement dress materials will still be used to some extent. We
iave a nice assortment of White Organdies on hand, 68 and 72
nches wide, at 40. 50 and 60c per yard.
In short our line of White Goods for Commencement Dresses
s the the largest and most extensive to be found in this town.
Call and see us and we will take great pleasure in assisting
-ou to plan your commencement dress. Competent ladies in the
;tore to help you plan and trim the dresses in the latest styles.
White Lawn Shirt Waists,
Ladies, you will be surprised to know that you can buy Ready
/Iade White Lawn Shirt Waists here at our store cheaper than you
an buy the cloth and trimmings and have them made.
It will certainly surprise you to see the beautiful line of White
awn Shirt Waists wE are showing at 50c, 75c, $1, $1.25 and $1.50
The time of year is now on hand when you must lay aside that
ld corset that you have been wearing all winter, as you will need
new one to wear with that new spring dress.
We have now in stock the largest stock of the latest style cor
ets ever brought to Manning.
Our line of 50c Corsets in both summer and regular grade is
ust what most of merchants sell at 75c.
Our line of $1 Corsets contains all of the newest things on the
Call and see our great Corset stock before you buy. We can
SHIRTS, COLLARS AND CUFFS,
Young meD, you know we have established the well earned
-eputation of carrying the best and most up-to-date line of Shirts,
Dollars and Cuffs to be found in this town.
Our line of 50c. 75c and $1 Negligee Shirts is the largest and
>est values to be found in this market.
We have now in stock 150 dozen Collars and Cuffs of the
amous H. C. Curtis Brind in all the new things.
Come t6 us when you want nice Collars and Cuffs.
yards of Shepherd Check Ski
Two thousan. put this lot on the market at
Men's and Boys' real nice
STRA ATS 8
S Worth 25c, 50c. 75c and $1-they are Samples-for.
Coeand see them before you buy your Hat.
On Levi Block.
THE SAllE AS IF IN PERSON.
You are safe when you order by mail from the
JCHARLESTON DRY GOODS CO.
Experienced ]adies with good taste do noth
ing else but shop for you and there is no such
oni onsdepoit until you ae satisued with
gooe ordered. We mean that we pre r to
F R prov:e satisfactory.
F RCOMPARISON write for samples.
.Address all communications Maiil Order Department..
IIARLESTON DRY GOODS CO.,
CHARLESTON, S. iC.
the county are thinking about and planning
ill who have dresses to purchase for Com
-epared to meet the wants of the Commence
Ladies' and Gent's Gauze Underwear.
Fifty dozen Ladies' Unbleached Tape Neck Vests, extra long,
nly 5c each; well worth 10c.
Fifty dozen Ladies' Bleached Vests, Tape Neck and .beauti
:ully finished, only 10c each, that we-inow will cost you 12J and
Also a beautiful line of Ladies' Vests at 15,"'25, 35 and 50e
Forty dozen Gent's Bleached Gauze Vests, extra long and
2icely trimmed, only 25c each. Also better lines of Gent's Gauze
Vests at 35, 50 and 75c each. Drawers to match.
We have had a good deal to say about Ladies' Silk 'Umbrellas
ere of late and we. expect to say much more about Umbrellas be
2ore the season is over, as we have searched the markets closely
mnd know we have a line of Gent's and Ladies' Umbrellas that will
ome up to everything we say for them.
A large line of Satin Covered Steel Rod Umbrellas for Ladies
indGents, 28 inches, only 45, 65 and 75c each.
A large line of Ladies' Silk Umbrellas from $1 to $1.50.
Call and see us when you need nice Umbrellas for yourself or
our wife or sweetheart. We can please you.
We have now in stock the most complete line of Gent's and
Youth's Summer Sacks and Vests we have ever shown.
Nice Summer Sacks at 50c, 75c,. $1, $1.25, $1.50 and on up to
B5 for nice Black Dradita Sack.
Our line of Sacks and Vests in Blue and Black Serge and
Black Alpaca in both regular and Clergymen's styles.
A beautiful line of White Marseilles Vests.
,A beautiful line of fine Pants. In short a very large and com
plete line of light weight Summer Clothing.
Our large line of Gent's, Boys' and Children's Stravir Hats at
10, 15, 25, 50, 75c, $1 and $1.25 is the cheapest we have ever shown.
Call and see our line when fou need nice-Hats.
MILLINERY -: MILLINERY.
Notwithstanding the fact we had very large sales in this de
partment we keep the stock full and up-to-date. New goods com
ing in daily. We pride ourselves on keeping one of the most.up
to-date Millinery stores in this part of the State, and-what is still
better about this department, you get the latest styles in New
York and get them at much lower prices than you can get them in
tings and Waistings, worth 12jc and sold everwhere at 12jc. We
5c per yard as long as it lasts. It will pay you to see this; it will
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 Eames,
Collars and Bdles, 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 to
your advantage and to show my appreciation of your past pati'on
age by saving you money.
Let me tell you something about
I expect to make up 150 sets and will sell them. You will pay.
less for them than you ever have before. Give me a call before,
placing your order.
'Yours for business,
J. F. DICKSON,
Next Door to Levi's.
CRACK GOES THE WIHP
IN COME THE ORDERS3
SELLS THlE VERY BES9T GRADES OF
AT THE VERY LOWEST COST
It pays to fertilize your lands w'
j THE VIRGINIA-CAROLIN
I CHEMICAL COMPANY'
heVrna-aoiaChemical Co.. IMCL DFY
CH ARLESTON. S. C.
Fertilizers on Earth"
N anuatrng plants
- ic < ) ~ Wholesale 'purchasers
_ \ j~))Largest imporfirs
- ___ -~--Concentration of