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Publishes All County and Town Of
MANNING, S. C., AUG. 19, 1903.
Advertisers sill please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MUST be in
this office by Saturday Noon in order to
insure publication the following week.
M11anning Street Car Schedule.
Leave Central Hotel corner 9:00 a. and 6:45
p. m. for the pasenger trains, and the car will
also meet the freight trains. Arrangements
have been made with the =gent at depot to tele
phone whn freight trains are approaching
Fare. 10 cents each war.
Work has begun on the new jail.
c Mr. S. L Till has returned home from
Miss Pansie Wyman of Aiken is vis
iting Miss Lillian Harvin.
Mr.W.T. Lesesne is at Glenn Springs
spending his tobacco crop profits.
Mr. L. L. Wells is now opening up a
book and stationery store in Levi block.
The Mutual Dry Goods company have
floated a very attractive flag over their
Mrs. W. A. Avant of Summerton vis
ited her sister Mrs. J. H. Rigby last
Mr. D. A. Autry and family of Geor
gia are in Manning visiting Mr. D. R.
Mrs. D. D. Salley of Orangeburg is
visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. C.
Mr. J. H. Rigby is now on the north
ern markets picking up bargains to
offer his customers.
Mr. W. T. Sellers, cotton buyer for
the Sprunts of Wilmington has arrived
in Manning for the season.
Mrs. S. L. Simmons of Washington,
D. C., is at the Hotel Central visiting
her sister, Mrs. R. B. Lyons.
Miss Corinne Barfield has returned
to her home in Manning, after several
weeks visit to friends in Charleston.
Miss Carolina Askins of Lake City
has accepted a position as stenographer
and bookkeeper with the Naval Stores
Mr.W.E. Jenkinson left yesterday for
Glenn Springs, where he will take a
much needed rest before going to the
Mr. C. T. Ridgeway of Foreston has
kindly remembered us with a lot of
cabbage, the equal of any ever shipped
here from the North.
We have received from Mr. Thomp
son Wilder a box of cigars from Ma
nila. Philippine Islands, which we will
smoke and think of our friend with a
great deal of pleasure.
What has become of the project to
have a public cotton weigher? A peti
tion was put in circulation and whether
it received the requisite number of sig
natures we do not -now.
Mr. Ben Harvin, private secretary to
Congressman Legare, Is soliciting agent
for thne "Southern ~Farm Magazine.
Mr. Harvin will give this work his per
sonal attention when Congress is not in
Our country correspondents- are out
in good force this week: and we hope
they will keep up the good pace. It is
refreshing to read good, crispy news
from so many different sections of the
When you want a physic that is mild
and gentle, easy to take and certain to
act, always use Chambealain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets. For sale by The R.
B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea,
Died at Hendersonville, N. C. Mr.
W. B. McKnight formerly of St. Paul,
aged about 35 years. The deceased was
a brother of Mr. J. H. McKnight of
Manning and Mr. R. M. McKnmght of
St. Paul. He left a widow and five
Died at Timmonsville last Friday
MIss Ellen Conyers aged about 50 years.
The deceased was a daughter of the late
Capt. John J. Conyers of this county.
The body was brought to Manning Sat
urday morning accompanied by a large
number of relatives and friends.
Mrs. Mollie Allen of Sduth Fork, Ky.,
says she has prevented attacks of chole
ra morbus by taking Chamderlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets when she
felt an attack coming on. Such attacks
are usually caused by indigestion and
these Tablets are just what is needed
to cleanse the stomach and ward off the
approacningf attack. Attacks of billious
colic may be prevented in the same way.
For sale by The R. B. Loryea Drug
Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
The Ball Starts to Roll
A number of farmers met in Manning
last Saturday for the purpose of taking
preliminary steps towards effecting an
organization to seek protection for the
farming interests. It seems there was
a misunderstanding about the date of
the meeting, no date having been pub
lished, and those present decided upon
a date and appointed the following
committee on organization:
W. D. McFaddin, Sandy Grove.
IL M. Woods, Sarditnia.,
S. C. Turbeville, Tuirbeville.
W. M. Plowden, Manning.
T. L. Bagnal, Foreston.
W. T. Sprott, Jordan.
J. 5. Cantey, Summerton.
Jas. E. Tindal, Felder.
E. R. Plowden, Jr., Fork.
Jas. Heaves, Du~ant.
Dudley E. Hodge, Alcolu.
This committee will meet in Manning
August 21 at 11 o'clock a. m. to prepare
a platform and make the necessary ar
rangements for .a public meeting to be
held in Manning August 29th at 11
o'clock a. m.
The main purpose of getting the far
mers organized is to have some con
certed action with reference to the sale
of cotton seed and the purchase of cot
ton seed meal. We are gratified to see
an effort beirng made to handle this very
important matter, and if the fartners
will they can be masters of the situa
tion. We look for the mills to play a
ame of bluff in the beginning of the
ight, but if the farmers will, to use a
slang expression, "keep a stiff upper
lip" they will win and get at least 40
cents per bushel for their _seed, and
they will also force the mills to sell
their meal on a just basis. Every
neighborhood should be organized, and
the organization should not have any
secrets, passwords, signs or dues. Let
every farmer, white and black, join,
and ~if Clarendon shows that she is re
sisting the greed of the oil mill trust.
the other counties will follow suit, and
by another season the good work will
be accomplished and thousands upon
thousands of dollars will be saved to
the people, and the stockholders of the
mills will also make a fair profit upon
Remember the committee meets in
Manning August 21 at 11 o'clock a. m.
and then there will be a rousing meet
ing here on the 29th, when every sec
tion should be well represented. This
organization is solely and strictly a
farmers' protective society to devise
effective measures to prevent further
encrohmnts of the trusts.
Special to The Manning Times.
A company of the most prominen
and monied men of Sardinia have or
ganized to build a ginnery of the mos
improved method. The building i:
fairly under way, the machinery ar
rived sometime ago, and as soon as th(
building is completed the agent is ex
pected to come aud put it in workin.
order. This will be a considerabh
move on the Sardinia section. as it wil
likely gin all the cotton within a radiu;
of ten or twelve miles, and if the coun
ty central road is built fron Mannin
to Sardinia the ginnery may be patron
ized from the Fork, and when it is as
certained what part of the swamp i]
can be built with less labor, it woulk
not then be great an undertaking.
I hope our Manning friends that cat
see the advantage of said road will no1
be deterred from the opposition i1
meets with from the lower Salem sec.
tion who have a direct road to get t<
Manning. Whilst the chaingang is
great help to our public roads people
have become so very indifferent aboui
keeping up their own portions of road
The subject of having good roads is
now attracting the attention of all gooZ
citizens throughout the State. Let u4
be progressive. PROGRESS.
Sardinia, Aug. 5. 1903.
Escaped an Awful Fate.
Mr. H. Haggins of Melbourne, Fla.,
writes, "My doctor told me I had con
sumption and nothing could be done foi
me. I was given up to die. The offie
of a free trial bottle of Dr. Kin's Ne"
Discovery for Consumption, induced me
to try it. Results were startling. I air
now on the road to recovery and owe al:
to Dr. King's New Discovery. Iz sure
ly saved my life." This great cure i
guaranteed for all throat and lung dis
eases by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Prico; 50c and .1.00. Trial bottle free.
New Zion Dots.
Editor The Manning Times:
Mrs. M. R. Cooper of Scranton ha:
been visiting the home of her parenti
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lavender lasi
We are expecting Miss Norris o
Columbia the popular teacher whc
taught in this section, to visit this see
tion this week.
Miss Lillie McElveen of Spring Bank
is expected to pay this community V
visit soon and the boys are praying foI
the minutes to roll faster.
The Turbeville dude in loose agair
he made his appearance, and we arc
now believing there is somthing doing.
Wide awake. farmers arouse to v
sense of your duty, be up and doing,
organize. Are we to sit down and let
the trust squeeze the very life out of us
without making any attempt to do any
thing? It is terrible to think how the
tobacco trust has cornered the tobaccc
growers. THE TimES has given u.
ood advice and we should profit by it.
One trust is robbing us of tobacco, and
another will rob us of our cotton seed,
unless we have the manhood to stand
toether. Correspondents, keep the
editor busy. B.
New Zion Aug. 15 1903.
Dysentery Cured Without the Aid of a Doctor,
"I am just up from a hard spell of the
fux" (dysentery) says Mr. T. A. Pinner
a well known merchant of Drummond,
Tenn. "I used one small bottle of Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy and was cured without having
a doctor. I consider it the best cholera
medicine in the world." There is nc
need of employing a doctor when this
remedy is used, for no doctor can pre.
scribe a better medicine for'bowel com
plaint in any form either for childrer
or adults. It never fails and is pleas
ant to take. Far sale by The R. B,
Lorya Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea,
Good Roads, Jail Emilding and a Clarendoz
Editor The Manning Times:
On board the train and Hon. J. C.
Lanhm for a travelling companion:
It did not take long to get into an in
teresting conversation with him.
It was encouraging to find him en
thusiastic on the subject of good roads.
He had some practical observations on
this, and good faith in the people as
well as a hope for the future.
His talk on the jail and the dispen
sary fund voted to build the jail
was clear and convincing. "Paxville'
takes back v-hat he has formerly writ
ten on this subject. The dispensary
money appropriated for jail building
does not in any way affect the schoo]
fund. Furthermore, to hear Mr. Lan
ham, makes one heartily ashamed that
any of the dispensary profits go to the
Mr. Lanham is the first man whom]I
have heard say a word about court
house improvement and care of the
court house square.
Too soon, in such company, one
coms to his journey's end. An mntellh
gent interest in public affairs, talked oJ
clearly, should be interesting to every
Paxville, S. C., Aug. 14, 1903.
DeWitt is the Name.
When you got to buy Witch Haze:
Salve look for the name DEWITT on ev
erv box. The pure, unadulterted Witcl
Hazel is used in making DeWitt's Witel
Hazel Salve, which is the best salv-e fo2
cuts, burns, bruises, boils, eczema anc
piles. The popularity of DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve, due to its man)
cures, has caused numerous worthless
counterfits to be placed on the market
The genuine bears the name of E. C
DeWitt & Co., Chicago. Sold by The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Editor The Manning; Times:
Farmers in this section have ceased
grumbling about dry weather, for we
have had nothing but rain the pasl
week. Crops are fine, and still fruit.
in. With the prospect of ten cent:
cotton, we poor folks can afford a smile.
some daring fellows indulge in a broad
grin. When we meet, those of us wh<
have them, can see ourselves photo
graphed in each other's teeth-for we
are so happy.
The Hampton Light Dragoons re.
turned from their encampment at Cam
Fden on Saturday. Most of them are de
lighted with their trip. They describ<
Camden as a lovely city, unrivalled it
gardens and parks. Some of the boys
left their hearts behind, judging fron
their praises of its beautiful women.
Hilliard Merchant, colored, died sud
denly at Summerton last Wednesday.
Mrs. D. A. Fairy and Mr. Neely Fair2
of Orangeburg are visiting the family
of Mr. S. P. Fairy.
Mrs. I. A. Way, who has been quit<
sick for some time, is well again, to th4
joy of her many friends.
There will be a picnic for the An
drew Chapel Sunday school at th<
Panola ace.demny on Thursday, 20t1
Mrs. S. P. Holladay has been eleetec
principal of the Panola school for th4
next tei-m. W.
Panola, Aug. 17 1903.
Nearly Forfeits His Life.
A runaway almost ending fatally
started a horrible ulcer on the leg of .J
B. Orner. Franklin Grove. Ill. F-or- fou
ears it defied all doctors and all i-em
edies. but Bucklin's Arnica Salve ha<
no trouble to cure him. Equally goo<
for burns, bruises, skin eruptions an<
SEditor The Manniug Times:
The crops in thi section have im
proved so -iuch lately that most of the j
good farmers seem in hopes of getting
fair yield of ':>oth cotton and corn.
One of our up-to-date farmers, Mr. Wes- 3
1er Richbourg. put a stalk of corn from
his farm at the postoffice a few days
ago that had five well-matured ears of r
corn on it.
-Mr. Ollie Keels, who has been mer
chandising in Wedgefield for some
time past, is moving his stock of goods
in the store of Hon. J. C. Lanham and
will soon be ready to sell to the people
of this section.
Mrs. R. Belser, with her sons, W.
Gordon of Columbia and Richard Ervin
and Ervin left Saturday for Pawley's
Mrs. T. S. Ragin with three children
are viewing the mountains of North
Miss Edith Quincy, our :-harming tel
ephone girl, is off on a pleasure trip to
the Isle of Palms and other pleasure
Mr. J. S. Cantey left Saturday for a t
trip to Alabama for about three weeks.
Miss Hattie Hinson is calling "4hello"
at this end of the telephone line while
Miss Quincy is away.
Dr. W. W. Anderson has fitted up a p
neat office near the Summerton Depot u
and is getting ready for the coming cot- C
ton crop of this section. H.
Aug. 18th, 1903.
Misterious Circumstance. a
One was pale and sallow and the oth
er fresh and rosy. Whence the differ
ence? She who is blushing with health ,
uses Dr. King's New Life Pills to main
tain it. By gently arousing the lazy or
gans they compel good digestion and
head off coustipation. Try them. On
ly 25c, at The R. B. LoryeaDrug Store.
Advertising is the plow that first lays
bare the ground for planting.
Advertising is the drill that scatters
the seed of business success. t
Advertising is the cultivator that pul- t<
verises the clods and keeps the roots a
properly loosened. n
Advertising is the gentle rain that n
falls upon the -plant and nurtures it.
Advertising is the warm sunshine that
caresses it and causes it to blossom L
Advertising is the weeder that uproots .
the land and foreign growths that at
tempt to choke it.
Advertising is the harvester that gar
ners the goldeb grain.
Advertising is the fertilizer that pre
pares the ground for another and bet
Get connected with the live wire of
inspiration and your thoughts will tin
Cures Eczema, 'tching Humors, Pimples and
Carbuncles.-Costs Nothing to Try.
13. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) Is now recog
nized as a certain and sure cure for eczema.
itching skin. humors, scabs. scales, watery blis
ters, pimples. aching bones or joints, boils, car
buncles, prickling pain in the skin, old. eating
sores. ulcers. etc. Botanic Blood Balm taken
internally. cures the worst and most deep-seated
cases by enriching, purifying and vitalizing the a
blood, thereby giving a healthy blood supply to
the skin. Botanic Blood Balm is the only cure,
to stay cured. for these awful. annoying skin
troubles. Heals every sore and gives the rich
glow of health to the skin. Builds up the
broken down body and makes the blood red and
nourishing. Especially advised for chronic, old
cases that doctors, patent medicines and t
springs fail to cure. Druggists, 61. To prove
B. B. B. cures, sample sent free and prepaid by
writing Blood Balm Co.. Atlanta, Ga. Describe ,
trouble, and free medical advice sentjin sealed
letter. For sale by The R. B. Loryea Drug
Special Low Week Rates
From points on the Atlantic Coast Line
to seaside resorts. Tickets on sale Sat
urday, good returning including Mon- i
day following.. Attractive schedules, un
Summer Tourist Tickets to mountain
and seaside resorts limited for return
passage to October 31st on sale until
September 3Cth' it
For full particulars, rates, etc., call e'
on Ticket Agents or write, t
W. J. CRAIG,
General Passenger Agent.
H. M. EMERSON,
Wilmington, N. C.,
This rather unique explanation ofA
the Martinique disaster has been given -
by a negro orator: "De earf, my frien's,"
he said "resolves on axels, as we all
know. Somefin' is needed to keep the
axels greased; so, when _de .earf was
made, petrolyum was put in its inside
for dat purpose. De Standard Oil
Comp'ny conies along an' strax dat pe
trolyum by borin' holes in de earf. De
earf stix on its axels an' won't go)
around no more; den dere is a hot box
just as ef de eraf wuz a big railway
train-an' den, my frien's. dere is trou-1
Keep Nothing From Mother.
They sat at the spinning together,
And they spun the fine white thread;]
One face was old and the other young
A gold and silver head.
At times the young voice broke in song.
That was wonderfully sweet,
And the mother's heart beat deep and
Her joy was most complete.
There was raany a holy lesson,
Inwoven with silent prayer,
Taught to her gentle, listening child.
As they sat spinning there.
"And of all that I speak, my darling, r
From older head and heart,
God giveth me one last thing to say,
With it thou shalt not part:
"Thou will listen to many voices
And, 0: that there must be
The voice of praise, the voice of love,
And voic of flattery.(
But listen to me my little one.
There's one thing thou shalt fear:
Let ne'er a word to my love be said
Her mother may not hear.
No matter howv true. my darling one.
The words may seem to thee,
They arec not tit'for my child to hear.
If not indeed for me.
"If thou'lt ever keep'.thy young heart
Thy mother's heart from 1ear,
Bring all taat is told thee, day by day,
At night to the mothers ear."
As thus they sat spinning together.
An angel bent to see
The mother and child, whose happy life
Went on so lovingly.
A record was made by his golden pen,
This on his page he said:
The mother who counseled her child
Need never feel afraid:
"For God will keep the heart of a child
With tender love and fear,
Who lisos5 at her mother's side at night,
All to her mother's ear."
We like best to call
a food because it stands so em
phatically for perfect nutrition.
g And yet in the matter of restor
ing appetite, of giving new
strength to the tissues, especially
Sto the nerves, its action is tha.
of a medicine.
Sendfor free sample.
W.,5 Pearl Street, NewYork.
S. I. Till's, Levi block.
New Goods arriving daily at S. A.
Boys' Pants in all sizes from 3 to 16
ears, at S. A. Rigby.
Special prices made on all summer
oods at S. A. Rigby's.
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best.
he R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Three thousand yards Brown - Sheet
3g at 5c per yard at S. A. Rigby's.
Plant Wood's tested and true Wheat
eed. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
A few more of those 25 cents quality
tdies Vest going at 2 for 25 at S. A.
Our half price Iemnant Counter has
en a-drawing card at our store for
te last ten days-we have a few left
et. S. A. Rigby.
Just received, one case of Misses' ex
a heavy Hose, worth 15 cents; our
rice by buying case lot, only 10c a
air. S. A. Rigby.
Our Shoe department is most com
.ete in every respect. If you wish an
p to date Shoe for dress we have it
ive us a call. S. A Rigby.
We have a few short lengths in Wool
ress Goods and Waistings on our
emnant Counter that we are offering
half price. S. A. Rigby.
For Sale. 98 acres of land adjoining
. L. Wells in Santee township, also
)0 acres of land adjoining Jeff D
[olladay in Mt. Zion township apply
L this office.
If a man's wife doesn't think him at
ast three times smarter than he really
then he married the wrong woman.
The cotton growers of the Salem sc
on of Clarendon county are requested
meet Saturday, 29th day of August,
, Boykin's Cross roads at 3 o'clock p.
L., for the purpose of organizing a far
ers' club. JOiN M. PLAYER.
)w Round Trip Rates Via Atlantic Coast
Line From Sumter, S. C.
.20-Washington, D. C., and return
Annual Convention Grand Foun
tain United Order True Reform
ers, September 1st to 8th, 1903,
with return final limit to reach
starting point not later than Sep
tember 10, 1903.
A Special Validating Agency
under the charge of Joseph Rich
ardson, Special Agent, will be lo
cated in the Station, 6th & B.
Streets, Washington, D. C., and
will be opened one hour before
the schedule time of departure of
each train, August 30th to Sep
tember 10th, inclusive. On those
dates no other Agent in Wash
ington will be authorized to vali
date the return portion of these
.15-Batimore, Md., and return.
Sovereign Grand Lodge of Odd
Fellows. Tickets on sale Sep
temberl8th, 19;h and 20th. Tick
ets must be'deposited with Joint
Agent immediately upon arrival
in Baltimore, and upon payment
of $1.25 at time of deposit limit
will be extended to leave Balti
more not later than October 3rd,
1903. W. J. CRAIG,
General Passenger Agent.
J. T. CHINA, Agent.
lank of Su m f =R
The Bank of Summerton having moved into %
new building, solicits your business and
Larantees you satisfaction.
County collections a specialty, and prompt re
ru awysgieRICHARD B. SMYTH,
President and Cashier. ~
HENRY P. WILLIAMS,
S. GADSDEN. J. A DGElt SMY TH.
uay P. WIL.IA.'.s. C. M. DavIS.
L. LESESNE. DAVID LE~VI.
RicnARD B. S.MYR.
he A. B. Loryea Drug Store
IS THE MOST POPULAR DRUG
BECAUSE Uniform courtesy is ex
St eddto all patrons, whether rich or
poor. white or colored
BCUSE We carry the largest and
3. .mostcomplete line of DRUGS.,~
MEDICINES and CHEMICALS.
BECAUSE Our Prescription Depart- "
rdU. ment is conducted on strict Pharma _
BECAUSE Promptness. Celerity,
.L Dispatch and Skill arc exhibited first,
last and all the time.
SBECAUSE Night calls are cheerfully,
thL. courteously and promptly responded l
tBECAUSE We are agents for the
jh ustly popular LONGMAN & MAR
TINEZ PREPARED PAINTS.
DECAUSE We arc agents for T. W.
. WOOD & SONS' Tested and True
Garden Seed. Seed that will germi
nate, and which secured the medal
for general exellence from the Paris
Exposition of -1900.
hBECAUSE We are the agents for
. INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD
COMPANY'S Products. .We have
many unsolicited testimonials regard
in~e their effcacy.
OBUT Why tell people what the.
.J'. already know? And they are fully
aware that THE R. B. 'LORYEA
DRUG STORE is conceded to be
the Ideal Drug Store of Clarendon
Fur Twenty-ight years THE R. B. LORYEA
'RUG STORE has met every demand made
pon them. and while "men may come and men
tay go" the Sign of the Golden Mortar standse
ku a beacon and shines for all.
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Proprietor,
Sigxn of' the
- ~ MANNINO, S. C.
- 'RMQNE No. 2.
--MMail Orders receive immediate attentiorn.
GIVE 'US A TRIAL.
odol Dyspepsia Cure
Digests what you eat.
THE R B. LrEA DRUG CSTORE.
1110 Cents For a Box
Rhame's Drug Store,
W er oSUMMERTON, S. C.,
Where you will find a great many kinds to select
from. Come and see our new styles and shapes.
There are a good many new things in this season's
line of Correspondence and Note Papers. It is
as important to be "in style" in your writing pa
per as in your wearing apparel.
RHAME'S DRUG STOREpffers you aSoap
for 5c that retailed last year for 10c. Procured at
a special sale.
RHAME'S DRUG STORE.
A good line, 10c to 25c.
Syringes, Hot Water Bags, I6e Bags.
Made of the best rubber.
These household necessities at
RHAME'S DRUG STORE,
Summerton, S. C.
Warm weather makes the feeding of the baby
a serious problem. This is a trying season for the
little folks. Everything depends on their diges
tion. If the food you now give the baby does not
w agree with it, find one that will. We have the
best Baby Foods and supply them fresh. We
CONDENSED MILK (Eagle-Brand).
MILK FOOD (Wampole's).
Rhame's Drug Store,
SUnnBiRTON, S. C.
The Mailing Grocery Co..
IN CLARENDON COUNTY.
We-have our season's stock of Belting and Mill Supplies. We
have au excellent Rubber Belting under the brand of "Pine Knot,"
which we are assured by its makers is as its name would indicate, as
tough as as a pine knot. We are offering this belting at a price thatX
will move it, if its quality is considered.
We also have a good stock of Leather Belting for Gins, and
Valves, Lubricators and Injectors, Gum Packing, Red and White
Lead, Gin Saw Files, Bristles, Nipples and Steam Fittings, Machine0
Belts, Patch Bolts for repairs. Bring measurements and we can cut
atnd thread your pipe at small cost.
Before the hay season commences come and let us show and sell0
you the best Mowing Machine made. We aim high and when we say
t he best made we mean exactly what we say. In'the Deering Ma
chine you will find one ready to cut grass not constantly needing re -_
pairs. The machine is made as light as it is possible to make one of
the kind to withstand the rough uses to which mowing machines are
subjected. Ask any one who has used a Deering Machine and they
wlasueyou that they are contented with it, and have no time to
worry away with experimental machines.
We have Knife Grinders and other accessories at moderate cost.
We are having ,again to replenish our stock of Cook Stoves.
Merit tells, and only stoves of the class which the 0. K. line belongs
can,. meet with such approval as they do. Our new stock will be in0
shortly and we will be pleased to show them. Our prices are the
same.Very truly yours,
~Malllfig Hr'dWre Co.
Now before moving into our new quarters we propose to have
a grand Sweep-Out of everything that pertains to Summer Goods.
All Spring and Summer Goods must go regardless of prices.
All those beautiful 10 and 121c Dimities must be closed now at
7jc per yard. We would much rather have cost for these goods
now than to carry them over to another season.
... Millinery Department..
All Millinery now on hand except Ribbons and Silks must go
regardless of former prices. Old, out-of-date millinery is worth
nothing to us-what is good, stylish staff this season is worth
nothing next season. so come now and get what we have left on
hand at your own prices.
We still have some real nice Hats left on hand, so come at once
and get the pick of 'what is left.
W FCL W33
8s t a n -da rV i
Two machines in one. Call and let us explain it to you. The
Standard Grand Rotary Sewing Machine is the only machine in
Fth-world that can sew with one or two threads-makes the one
threai~hin stitch or the two thread lock- stitch all on one ma
We jare also a + for the Standard Paragon Shuttle Ma
chines that are cheaper t e Standard Grand Rotary, but at
the same time the best shuttle m chine built. You have ourper -
sonal guarantee behind every machine we sell.
If interested in sewing machines 6me and see us and we
show you the best machine that money uild-the S
ARD GRAND ROTARY.' We also handle ch er machin'es a
we are ready to meet any legitimate competition, at the..
time you have our guarantee on the cheapest machine esell.
Come to us when you need a Machine. A car load o m on
Wide awake for business.
. K. JEI NSOl
Summr tie ha coe atlast andto tay~ith.rea
a force. Owing to the l ~aolspigwahryuav3
within tme few ceest, and to taythgea ill
make the prices along all lines of Dependable Goods so
thtorcompetitors won't care to even try to match..
One case new smooth finish 32-inch wide Colored Batiste that
wholesale houses have been asking 10ic for; we offer the entire lot
Ifor 10c the yard.
Ladies' Black iDrop-Stitchi 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 Dow: they are still yours for 5c each. Only a few left.
S Plenty of the Unbleached Tape Neck Summer Vests at oc each, -
Sor 50c the dozen.
One case Palm Leaf Fans at le each. KEEP COOL while they
ls.Nice things in
White Dress Goods.
Washable Persian Lawns, India Linons, Organdies, Nainsooks,
IDimity, Madras, Mercerized, P. K.'s and Fancies. See if our prices
Iare 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 and see
forurs es how window looks WARM1 these days of SUNSHINE,
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 81.50; that is 25 per cent off in prices. Get your
Wic aret reciin another shipment of those fine Summer Shoes,
in the Strap Sandals, Colonials and Oxfords. You will appreciateI
Chsoes tf o see hedspend your cash and if you are not pleased
tell us about it.
J. H. RIGBY, Manager.