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Publishes All County and Town Of
MANNING, S. C., MAY 27, 1903.
Manning Street Car Schedule.
Leave Central Hotel corner 9:00 a. m. and 6:45 t
p. m. for the passenger trains. and the car will
also meet the freight trains. Arrangements
have been zade with the agent at depot to tele
phone when freight trains are approachingC
Fare. 10 cents each war.
Kelly the slayer of Creech near t
Bishopville has surrendered to the
sheriff of Sumter county-. t
Hail last night did considerable dam
age to tobacco. No rain in this town,
but heavy rains all around. f
There will be preaching at Fellow
ship church next Sunday at 4:30 p. ml.
Rev. J. J. Meyers will preach.
Dr. William A. Pressley of Rock Hill a
was in Manning visiting his aunt. Mrs. '
F. N. Wilson. He left for home yes- t
Rev. S. A. Nettles of Branchville f
was in town last Thursday making final
arrangements to have the Jenkinson t
store enlarged. t
A few of the lot owners in Manning
have reached the conclusion that dwel
lings are a necessity, and will soon be
gin the erection of several for rent.
Coger Burgess, colored, who lived on
the Driggers place near Workman, t
while leaving his field during an elec
tric storm last Monday, was killed, and I
so was his ox, by lightning. C
Judge R. 0. Purdy of Sumter and N
Hon. J. P. Cary of Pickens came to
Manning last evening, and will be the N
guests of Mr. W. M. Plowden at Brew- t
ington lake today and tomorrow.
A ginnery company has been formed t
at Sardinia, the plant is to be modern r
and of large capacity. Whether it is t
to be operated in the interest of the t
oil combination we have not heard. i
The Legislative acts have at last been
sent out and we find that our represen- C
tatives have provided for the new jail
by additional taxation and taking $1,000
from the county's portion of the dispen- 1
When you want a pleasant physic try I
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets. They are easy to take and pleas
ant in effect. For sale by The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea,
The closing exercises of the Moses E
Levi Memorial Institute begin Sunday c
Juie 7th. with a sermon by Rev. G. A. t
Blackburn D. D. of Columbia, and on N
Monday evening an address by Maj. c
Marion Moise of Sumter.
Clarendon is making streneous efforts I
to establish a brick industry. Mr.
Richard Belser is having the clay of
Summerton examined, with a view of
putting up a large brick plant on the I
Wilson & Summerton railroad.
The Rev. W. M. McPheeters, D. D.,
Professor of Olci Testament Literature
and Exegesis in the Columbia.Theo
logical Seminary, will preach in the
Presbyterian church Sunday morning 1
and evening. The pastor expects to be
absent for about ten days.
* Dr. I. M. Woods of Sardinia met
with a great misfortune last Sunday
night, at the hands of what is believed
to be an incendiary, whereby his barn
and stables were destroyed by fire. He
lost two milch cows, corn, forage and 1
farming implements to the value of
about $400, and no insurance. 1
A few weeks ago the public cottons
weigher queston was freely discussed, c
but we do not hear anything' of it now.
will a public weigher add anything to
wards attractino more cotton to this
market? If it will, then by all means
one should be had. It will not do to
wait until cotton begins to be market-(
ed. If we are to have a public weigh-c
er, steps in that direction should be
taken now. -4
Which is more benificial to the peo-c
ple's interests, to use the dispensary t
profits for the educatio'n of the chil
dren, or building a modern jail to makec
comfortable, contract breakers, cattle
theives and other violators of the law?
The tax levy has been increased, and
$1000 a year for five years is to be taken
from the dispensary profits to build a
jail. This may be good judgment, but
we do not think so.
Our business men cannot do better at
this season of the year, than by getting
together and make an effort to secure
an equitable freight rate for cotton.
We believe if an organized effort is
made Manning can secure a rate that
will make this a market to compete
with others. There is no business
sense in quietly permitting our cotton
to go to other markets. Every bale of
cotton sold elsewhere means a loss of
the sale of goods.
Mr. Joseph Pominville 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 iChamberlain's Stomach and]
Liver 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 25 cents per box by The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea,
The friends of Prof. J. F. Thomason
of Greenville, formerly assistant princi
pal of the Moses Levi Memorial Insti
tute has been elected principal of tne
Bishopville graded school. Professor
Thomason is a fine teacher. Manning
regretted to part with him, and only
because of the plea of promotion, did
this generous people give him up. The
Bishopville people have not only se
cured a good teacher, but a man whose
impress on the young will be worth
many times the salary he will receive.
Mr. Thomason is a gentleman and any
community so fortunate to get his ser
vices is in'deed to be congratulated.
The seasons have turned backwards,
some people think, because October
flowers are blooming in May, and cock
leburrs are matured. There are some
who regard these things as ominous,
and one man told us that he feared it
meant a long continued drought, that
crops would be burnt up and great suf
fering would result. Another took an
opposite view; he said fall vegetation
blooming in the springtime was an in
dication of a late fall, big top crop of
cotton and double quantity of every
thing else to those who worked and
stayed away from the fish ponds and
Mr. Robert Alderman of Alcolu came
to Manning last Saturday on his loco
mobile and created a considerable sen
sation among people who had never
seen one of these vehicles. He took
several gentlenien to ride, among them
the writer, and he made us feel that if
we could only have one of these ma
chines we would be happy. As Mr.
Alderman was skirting along at a 20
mile-an-hour pace, a darkey standing
on the sidewalk with eyes staring and
mouth stretched in wonder, soliloquized
thuslv: "-Buckra figger an' figger to
mek inachine to tek wo'k from nigger:
dat don't satisfy him so he figger on till
he mek machine to tek libbin' from de
mule: if dis t'ing keep on what de nameI
of gawvd gwine become ob poor nigger
a n' de mnle?''i
OVERKOR HEYWARD SPEAKS TO ONE 1
THOUSAND PEOPLE AT SUMMERTON. I
)elegation Meets Him at Wilson-Crowd at
the Depot. I
When it comes to doing things, there c
s no commnnitv in the State that will e
nake greater endeavors than the pco
)le of Summerton, and already within
L comparatively short period, they
iave accomplished a great deal, with '
he work going steadily on. The town
>f Summerton is the hub within a cir- t
le of the finest farming lands in the t
ounty, and we believe the equal of the t
amous Marlboro lands: in every di- t
ection. roads lead out to the marvel- e
)usly producing fields and a number of a
he owners of these farms live in the 0
own of Summerton, where they have 4 E
hurches-Methodist, Baptist. Presby- t
erian and Episcopalian, a graded r
chool, and a population,v hile made up
>f various religious denominations, is
ree from narrow bigotry, and sellish u
lanishness. The people pull together, v
nd all are striving for the general g
elfare. According to the United
tates census made in 1900 Summertcn U
as a population of 142, and when we V
scertained that the school enrollment y
was 112 we did not wonder at the fe- "
ility of the soil, for any town with a
>opulation of i42 thai produces 112.
chool children is entitled to a medal i
or prolitiic productiveness. d
The town has several general stores, "
wo drug stores and two physicians. a
wo hotels, and within the coming c
onth a building for a bank recently 0
rganized will be begun; in all direc- k
ions new houses are in the course of
rection and there is every indication
or a prosperous town. But this arti
le is intended for a special occasion, e
he closing of the Summerton graded g
chool of which Prof. E. P. Dahl is w
)rincipal, with Misses Edith Coskrev tr
>f Summerton, Lizzie Scarborough of h
)arlington and Ethel Cooper of Mayes- s5
rille, assistants. h
Last Friday evening, by special in- f(
itation we joined at the Manning sta- C
ion,Governor Heyward on his way in a t:
)rivate car to Summerton, where he
vas invited to deliver an address. The n
rains on the Wilson & Summerton tl
'oad do not connect with the Columbia b
rain in the evening, but through the ti
:indness of Capt. Thomas Wilson, who n
s always willing to aid in a good cause, o
special was put on his road with tE
aptain James in charge. The people s(
f Summerton appreciate highly this p
:ourtesy of Captain Wilson, and several h
>f them urged the writer not to forget u
o make public acknowledgement of 1V
heir appreciation. At the Wilson n
unction there was a committee of Sum- c
nerton citizens to greet his Excellency w
mnd, at the several stations others join- S
id the party. When Summerton was t1
-eached a large number ot pEople had t:
ssembled at the station, and quite a t:
lemonstration was made. Capt. 0. C. b
;carborough took the governor in
:harge, and behind a spanking pair of
>ays drove him to his elegant home
here a collation was served to the
rvernor and a number of friends. c
N'hile this was going on at the Scar- t
orough mansion, the ladies of the a
resbyterian church served ice cream a
nd lemonade beneath the trees to the b
maiting throng. a
While waiting for the governor, the -
arge crowd mingled about on the Q
rounds in rather picnic fashion, and ti
nioyed the mutual greetings of friends a
he little fellows realized that this was.
n event which does not corae often, L
ook advantage of their freedom to
'omp and play, and keep in the way of
he young couples who regard two com
any and three a crowd. "The gover
or is coming" a shrill voice announced.
nd it was statred that owing to the im- 3
nense crowd the church would only be t<
sed for the presentation of the diplo- g
nas and medals, that the address o
could be delivered from the piazza of
he academy. When the church doors
vere throwli open it was soon seen that
t would not hold the crowd, therefore
he major portion had to remain oiut
ide. The scholars marched into thle
hurch and took position on the pulpit
latform, Mliss Edith Coskrey presided
t the organ, and a song by the scholars
vas rendered. Rev. C.C.Herbert offered
rayer, and Hon. J. C. Lanham one of IE
he school trustees announced that
lovernor Heyward would present the
iplomas and medals.
The contest in the 9th grade was so
lose, it was decided to award two
nedals, one to Sallie Anderson, thec
>ther to Annie Coskrey. 8th, grade e
he medal was awarded to Nora Jack- c
on. 7th, grade Ervin Belser carried ~
>ff the prize. The diplomas were r
awarded to Misses Annie Coskrey, Sal- c
ie Anderson and Louise Fichbourg- r
:n delivering these awards the governor '
nade some pleasing remarks as he ~
anded each their prize. The evening
w'as intensely warm, and perhaps it
w'as fortunate the crowd was too large ?
or the building, at least numbering y
bout 1,000, everybody seemed glad to
et on the outside where the breeze
~ould fan away some of the heat.
When the crowd assembled in front
f the academy, Professor Dahl made e
iurried arrangements, and the front
iazza was converted into a stage. The .,
.riter was pressed into service and or
iered by Professor Dahl to introduce s
:he orator, which he proceeded to do. r
3overnor Heyward was received with
in ovation. His speech was about 30
inutes in length, and it was enjoyed a
exceedingly. We will not attempt to
make a synopsis of the speech, because- s
ld we do so, we would incur the en- c
ity of his Excellency. He is in such t
demand for s'chool closings that were
he to prepare a separate speech for
each one he would not have time to
ttend to his gubernatorial duties, and t
herefore it is necessary for him to use
the same ideas at more than one place. (
We asked for the loan of the notes, but c
with a twinkle in his piercing eyes he c
said "don't you dare print my speech
sir, if you do, you add additional bur- I
lens to my already troubled soul." We ~
will however, say that he acknowledged ~
his pleasure at being with the people
(f Summerton, and expressed regrets
that his duties forced him to return to
Columbia in the morning, and that he
would be unable to take advantage of
the cordial invitations to stay over and~
Shylock was the man who
wanted a pound of human
flesh. There a re m a ny
Shylocks now, the convales
cent, the consumtptive, the
sickly child, the pale young
woman, all want human flesh
and they can get it-take
Scott's Emulsion is flesh
and blood, bone and muscle.
It feeds the nerves, strengthens
the digestive organs and they
feed the whole body.
For nearly thirty years
Scott's Emulsion has been the
great giver of human flesh,
we will send you a couple of
SCOTT & EOWNE. Chemists,
409-415 Pearl Street, New York,
sc. and sr.oo: anl druggists.
>ok at the surrounding country. He
aid a glowing tribute to the governor
f Texas who is a South Carolinian and
-hose brother is a citizen of Summer
>n and a Representative in the legis
tture. He referred to the hard work
d and poorly paid school teachers and
xpressed the hope that in the present
ducational upheaval- the teachers
-ould not be forgotten, and that they
ould receive pay commeasurate with
ieir self sacrificing service. Governor
[eyward is a firm believer in educa
on, and has full faith in the people of
ie South doing their own ed.ucating,
ant they will never ask of the North
> give them aid. He is evidently not
othusiastic over the Ogden movement
ad wants our people to realize their
wn resources and, to develop them.
[e painted a beautiful word picture of
2e scene in Columbia at the recert
-union, where the old Soldier:; walked
pon roses scattered by the litle girls.
He dwelt upon, and laid much stress
pon the building of charac-er. and
ith an anecdote gave the boys and
irls healthful advice. telling them to
do something." He advised them to
Lke a text and stick to it, and "don't
ranch." the idea is, find oat what
ur hands are fit to do, and do that
cli. His tribute to manhood andI
-omanhood was superb.
The governor has a happy faculty of
lustrating an idea by telling cn anec
te which fits into shape as if it was
tade for the purpose, and his sentences
e so framed that the simplest child
mn understand him. At the conclusion
the address, the governor held a
ind of handshaking reception, at
hich the "little ones" were really the
The whole affair was nicely conduct
, the people were pleased with the
vernor, and he in turn was pleased
ith them. He told us that he would
-y and take another run down when
e hs:d the time to spare and spend
veral days, he desired us to express
is thanks to the people of Summerton
>r their courtesies to him, and to
aptain Wilson for his generous atten
Governor Heyward as a speaker is
t what some people regard an orator,
iat is to say. if they regard oratory to
e a lot of meaningless arranged sen
mces which the art of elocution can
ake to sound well, but he is our ideal
an orator, because he frames his sen
nces. that they might fasten them
lves upon the memory and have some
ractical effect upon his hearers. He
s a charminz manner of delivery, a
an of handsome physique and court
- bearing, a voice easily heard without
uch effort on his part, and an enun
ation clear and distinct. We feel that
e voice the general sentiment that
ammerton is~ proud of having had
ie distinguished pleasure of enter
ining the governor, and being enter
Lined by him, and that he will always
a welcome visitor there.
A Little Early Riser
>w and then, at bedtime will cure
)nstipation. billiousness and liver
-oubles. DeWitt's Little Early Risers
,e the famous little pills that cure by
ousing the secretions. moving the
)els gently, yet effectually, and
iving such tone and strength to the
ands of the stomach and liver that
ie cause of the trouble is removed en
relv, and if their use is continued for
few days, there will be no return of
complaint. Sold by The RI. B.
oryea Drug Store.
Woodmen of the World.
Last Mionday night Live Oak Camp,
o. 181L Woodmen of the World, a fra
rnal insurance association, was or
mized in Manning with the following
icers elected and installed:
Past Con. Com.-Wm. C. Chandier.
Con. Com.-C. R. Sprott.
Ad. Lieut.-P. B. Thames.
Banker-E. C. Horton, Jr.
Escort-J. WV. Heriot.
Watchman-.T. S. Cuttino.
Sentry-S. W. Barron.
Phsician-W. M. Brockinton.
Managers-J. W. Rigby, W. C. Du
ant and J. L. Wilson.
Too Great a Risk.
In almost every neighborhood some
ae has died fromi an attack of colic or
olera morbus, often before medicine
uld be procuied or a physician sum
toned. A reliable remedy for these
iseases should be kept at hand.~ The
.sk is too great for anyone to take.
hamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
aea Remedy has undoubtedly saved
e lives of miore people and relieved
tore pain and suffering than any other
edicine in use. It can always be de
ended upon. For sale by The RI. B.
oryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea,
Important to Teachers.
The State Summer School for Teach
es will be held at Winthrop College,
ock Hill, S. C., from June 23d to July
1st. Winthrop College is an excellent
lace for such a school because of the
olendid equipment, accessible libra
les, reading rooms and extensive ac
ommodations. Arrangements h a v e
een made for boarding in the college
d this gives the South Carolina Sum
ier School quite an advantage over
me others because the teachers are
onveniently located and can enffoy bet
Courses of study have been provided
a Pedagogy, School -Supervision, Elo
ution and Reading, Grammar, Litera
are. Rhetoric, Library Work, Draw
2g Sight Singing, Music, History.
~eography. Arithmetic, Algebra, Ge
metry. Obscryation Work, Nature
tudy. Botany and School Gardening,
anual Training and Kindergarten
'rinciples. Some of the ablest teach
rs of the State and nation will take
art in this work and a large attend
ne is anticipated. -
A special feature of this school will
e a series of addresses by some of the
rost effective platform speakers avail
.ble and some work will be done look
ng to the educational campaign. which
Las been planned for the summer. A
eeting of County Superintendents and
ther campaigners will be held during
he session of the summer school.
In addition to the regular courses of
vork by the teacher students. there
viil be lectures intended for such stu
ents as desire some recreation as well
ts work. Quite a number of teachers.
iter a hard year's wor'k, do not desire
egular study, hence this arrangement.
A prospectus, giving full announce
nent will be issued as soon as possible
rom'the otticelof Superintendent of Ed
ication. County Boards are rapidly
naking recommendations as to instruc
ors for the various County Summer
chools and as soon as these arrange
nents are perfected, the schedues will
sy a Persistent Cough, but Permanently
Cured by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
Mr. H. P. Durbage, a student at law
n Greenville, S. C., had been troubled
'or four or five years with a con'tinuous
:ough which he says, "greatly alarmed
ne. causing me to fear that I was in
he first stage of consumption." Mr.
Burbage, having seen Chamberlain's
'ough Remedy advertised, concluded
.o t rv it. Now read what he says of it:
'I son felt a remarkable change and
tifter using two bottles of twenty-five
ent size, was permanently cured."
3old by The R. B3. Loryea Drug Store,
saac M. Loryea, Prop.
Bears the , The Kind You Have Always Bought
S. I. Till's, Levi block.
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Plant Woods tested and true Wheat
Seed. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Krasnoff proposes to get rid of a
bargain he bought at auction. Call on
him at the Galluchat building.
Any kind of fruits or vegetables can
be canned on a home canner. For sale
only by The Manning Grocery Co.
The Manning Grocery Co., is exhibi
ting at their store the best and simplest
anning machine we have ever seen.
A large stock of goods bought at auc
Lion is offered to the public at almost
any old price at the Galluchat building.
Now is the chance for big bargains.
Come to the Galluchat building and
take advantage of the opportunity to
A stock of general merchandise which
must be sold, regardless of co.;t. now
ready at the building under the Gallu
hat law office.
Our store is getting thirty feet added
and you can get a Ladies Hat at your
own price, for the dust not to ruin
them. D. Hirschmann.
In order to stimulate home canning,
The Manning Grocery Co., is offering
to sell to persons purchasing a canning
machine from them, cans at actual cost.
For Sale. 98 acres of land adjoining
L. L. Wells in Santee township, also
)00 acres of land adjoining Jeff D.
olladay in Mt. Zion township apply
at this office.
ANY CHURCH or parsonage or insti
tution supported by voluntary contribu
tion will be given a liberal quantity of
the Longman & Martinez Pure Paints
whenever they paint.
NOTE: Have done so for twenty-seven
years. Sales: Tens of millions of gal
lons; painted nearly two million houses
under guarantee to repaint if not satis
factory. The paint wears for periods
ap to eighteen years. Linseed Oil must
be added to the paint, (done in two
minutes). Actual cost then about $1.25
i gallon. Samples free. Sold by our
Agents, The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
"And now," said Professor Longhun
ger as he greeted Mr. Henry Peck,
"what shall we make of your little boy
-a lecturer? He has a sincere taste
"I know he has," replied the male
parent; "he inherits it from his moth
The Savage's Forebodings.
The savage regarded the first'white
"If I try to fight him," he said, "he
will exterminate me, and if I try to live
in peace with him he will cheat me out
of everything, and I will starve to
death. What chance have I got?"
The Wastes of the Body.
Every seven days the blood, muscles
and bones of a man of average size
oses two pounds of wornout tissue.
'his waste cannot be replenished and
she health and strength kept up with
ut perfect digestion. When the
stomach and digestive organs fail to
perform their functions, the strength
ets down, health gives way, and di
seese sets up, Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
enables the stomach and digestive or
;ans to digest and assimilate all of the
vholesome food that may be eaten into
the kind of blood that rebuilds the tis
ues and protects the health and
trength of the mind and body. Kodol
cures Indigestion, Dyspepsia and all
stomach troubles. It is an ideal spring
tonic. Sold by The R. B. Loryea Drug
Having arranged to entertain visitors
at Glenn Springs, I desire to inform my
Clarendon friends that I have opened
up a hostelry where the advantage of
the health-giving waters can be ob
Good airy rooms; fine table, good ser
vice and personal attention to guests.
Rates reasonable-from $7 to $8 per
week, including the spring water.
Write for particulars to
*L. R. CHEWNING,
Glenn Springs, S. C.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Probate
for Clarendon County on the 21st day
of May, 1903, for letters dismnissory as
Admiistrator of the estate of Sallie
Manningf, S. C., April 29, 1903.
R E ASONS
The A, B, Loryea Drug Store
IS THE MOST POPULAR DRUG
1 tBECAUSE Uniform courtesy is ex
18.tended to all patrons. whether rich or
poor, white or colored
d BECAUSE We carry the largest and.
9.L . most complete line of DRUGS,
MEDICINES and CHEMICALS.
dr3 BECAUSE Our Prescription Depart.
ru. ment is conducted on strict Pharma
BEAUSE Promptness. Celerity,
.4.h. Dispatch and Skill care exhibited first,
last and all the time.
5 BECAUSE Night calls are cheerfully.
.courteo~usly and promptly responded
h6 BEAUSEenvy, jealousy and mal
.iehave no home in our estabihsh
ht BECAUSE We are agents for the
I.Ljustly popular LONGMAN & MAR
TINEZ PREPARED PAINTS.
8t BECAUSE We are agents for T. W.
.WOOD & SONS' Tcsted and True
Garden Seed. Seed that will germi
nate, and which secured the medal
for general excellence from the Paris
Exposition of 1900.
h~ EAUSE We are the agents for
~. INTERNATIONAL SOKFO
COMPANY'S Prod:ucts. We have
many unsolicited testimonials regard
ing their efficacy.
10th. BUTe h llpep" whL a i he
aware that THE R. B. LORtYEA
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 may come and men
may go." the Sign of the Golden Mortar stands
like a beacon and shines for all.
ISAAC M, LORYEA, Proprietor,
Sin of' the
4.MANNINC, S. C.
"resHONE NO. 2.
g"'Mail Orders receive immediate attention.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
Digests what you eat.
mTrE . B. LnOR.EA TDTU STORE.
Rhame's Drug Store,
SUMMERTON, S. C.
A LICENSED Druggist overlooks every bit of
the work, who has for EIGHTEEN YEARS been
handling medicine and has learned something each
day of that time; still he does not know all yet
by a great deal, bit the advantage he has gained
by this long experience is a great help in properly
So far as the prices are concerned, RHAME'S
DRUG STORE has a class of customers who are
not willing to sacrifice quality for the difference of
a cent or two on the price of inferior Medicines.
At the same time RHAME'S DRUG STORE will
meet any and all prices that are not below the cost
of the goods. Any customer can have his pre
scription put up by D. 0. Rhame personally if he
-wishes, but he will look after every prescription
carefully any how.
PURCHASES DELIVERED FREE
within the limits of the town,
NUNNALLY'S Fine Candies and
Bon-Bons always Fresh.
for your garden, farm or tobacco patch.
A large lot up stairs.
LIME JUICE AND KOLA,
A fine Summer Drink-very refreshing.
the very best kinds, at
Rhame's Drug StoreI
SUMMERTON, S. C.
Rabbit Foot Fever Cure,
Safe, Sure, Specific.
Rabbit Foot Liniment
Relieves Pain, Rheumatism, Neuralgia.
The best Horse Liniment.
We have accepted the agency for Clarendon County
to sell the-3
~Western ilome Canning Machine. |
This is the only practicable home canning machine 3
on the market and is so simple that it can be used by any a
Schild that can tell the time. It can be used on any size
Sstove or range at the same time a meal is cooking.
We invite every one interested, especially the ladies,
to call at our store and examine the machine, which wet
Snow have on exhibition.
We will also carry a large stock of cans which we will
Ssell, to those buying a machine, at actual cost.
Call at once and place your order, so as to be ready
Sfor canning time.
STle 1&Ilaill~g Grocery Co.
We have just received a lot of
Deering Mowers and Rakes, g
The farmer of the present day can hardly realize the immense
amount of labor that was involved in the occupation of farmmng before
the advent of modern labor-saving machinery. We invite you to 0
_come and see these splendid labor-saving machines. Whenever we
sell a Deering Machine another life-long friend is added to the list of
0Ideal Deerings. A careful examination of the machines will explinm
Sthe reason why. We cannot go into details here, but will gladly ex
plain or furuaish you with descriptive matr.EGIDR.Oeo
these should accompany every mow ing machine, as by keeping the
Skniv es ground sharp work can be much better done.L
IHO OUSE BUIID1ERS
Do not fail to get our color cards of Paints and estimates on__
painting. We will take pleasure in showing you buildings where our
paints have been used so that you can have an idea of what it is and
You will find the spreading qualities of our Paints unexcelled by
any, and for beauty of finish and general appearance it w ill meet
every demand.. .
Our prices are such as to induce you to paint if anything w~ill.
We have another lot of 0. K. STOVES AND RANGES on the
Sroad and will be glad to show them to you on their ari'ival. Let us
ask you not to worry your life away with an old, worthless stove. Get
one from us -they cook.
Very truly yours-,
i 1~llJi~ilg HardWare Co. 8
Lmessessee meeee @seseeI
Summer time has come at last, and to staywith great
force. Owing to the late cool spring weather you have
not done your usual shopping, hence all out ines are jam
full of Seasonable Goods that we must greatly reduce
within the next few weeks, and so to do this thin~g we will
make the prices along all lines of Dependable Goods so
that our competitors won't care to even try to match.
One case new smooth finish 32-inch wide Colored Batiste that"
wholesale houses have been asking 10 c for; we offer the entire lot
for 101 the UIard.
Ladies' Black Drop-Stitch Hosiery.
A snappy, full fashined Hose for 10c, or three pair for 25c.
just a few more of those Full Bleached Tape Neck Gauze Under
vests. If you have been putting off the buying-of such goods you will
need them now; they are still yours for 5c each.' Only a few left.
Plenty of the Unbleached Tape Neck Summer Vests at 5d each
or 50a the dozen.
One case Palm Leaf Fans at le each. KEEP COOL while they
Nice things in
White Dress Goods."
Washable Persian Lawns, India Linons, Organdies, Nainsooks
Dimity, Madras, Mercerized, P. K. and Fancies. See if our, price
are not below the other fellow on such goods.
Ladies, our stock of Embroideries and Laces is a great deal
cheaper than you will get them elsewhere in the city. Come
our east show window looks WARM these da s of SUNSHINEa
but if you will take time to ask about the prices of this lot of Rugs
displayed there you will find that the prices are away down below
zero, while the quality and styles range way up to 100.
Rugs from 40c to n1.50; that is 25 per cent of in prices. Get your
pick while they last.
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