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)LOUIS APP"EL-T.l. .Edito]
MANNNIG, S. C., AUG. 26, 1903
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Entered at the Postomdce at Manning as S
ond Class matter.
"MY ENEMIES TAKE THE OPPORTUNIT1
TO EXPOSE HYPOCRISY.
Senator Tillman thinks hi
free pass episode gave his en<
mies, and the newspapers an o
portunity to make an attac
upon him. The newspapers
this State without regard to fa<
tion certainly did not fail to gix
expression to their disapprov
of what they regard Tillman
inconsistency, not so much b(
cause they object to an office
accepting courtesies at the hand
of corporations, but because c
the professions he made wit
regard to such. Tillman di
nounced in no uncertain term
officials who would accept passe
and franks from corporation
and charged them with havin
been bribed, and when it turne
out that he. was the first to a(
cept passes, after the law wa
enacted to prohibit their accep1
ance, a great many accepted i
good faith his frank acknow
edgement that he did wrong an
made a mistake, but when it i
learned that in spite of his apo:
ogetic declaration, he continue
to accept these courtesies, an
that in violation of the law c
his State, it is strong ground fc
the charge of bad. fait, and t
conclude that his preachin
means "don't do as I do, but d
as I tell ou to do." Inconsis1
ency s a mild term to apply t
conduct. He denounce
those who accepted passes, a
bribe-takers "bamboozled an,
debauched." He denounced coi
porations. He denounced th
stifling of free thought and fre
speech. He was the first, afte
the anti-free pass law was enac1
ed to accept free passes, and ha
continued to accept them. H
*became financially interestedi
corporations, and he exerted hi
influence and power to stifle fre
sipeech, and on account of thes
glaring inconsistencies, man
who endorsed the principles hn
advocated at the beginning c
his political career, and wh
still adhere to those principles
are believing that he has driftea
from them and is no longer th
zealous exponent of them.
We were among the advocate
of the principles advocated b;
Tillman and we still adhere t
them. We stand today upon th
same platform we stood in 189(
but we never did, nor will w
ever worship any man and be
come blind to his faults. Whez
ever Tiflman has said or don
anything which met with our ap
* proval, without hesitation w
gave his words and acts ot
other hand when he said and di'
things which did not meet wit]
our approval, without hesitatio>
we took issue with him, and thi
course we shall continue.
We acknowledge Tillman
man of extraordinary brai
power, and a man who is capabl
of doing much for his State. H
has done some good work, is i
position to do more, and should
because he is being well paid fc
his services. In our opinion h
is not aiding his State by to
*speeches he has been making i:
the west, we believe more goo<
would result were he to devot
himself to encouraging a goo
class of emigrants to come an'
live amongst us. In the ver,
sections he has been lecturin;
are thousands of emigrants seel
ing new homes, and by pictui
-ing to them the possibilities c
the South he might inflnuc
some of them to try their for
tunes here, and thus build u:
and develope the State, but h
is not doing this, on the othe
hand his lectures create the itn
pression that the people of th
South instead of getting up i:
the morning and offer up prayer
as God-fearing people should
they go out and slaughter
* "nigger before breakfast." Th
result is, the negroes are~discor
tented, labor is getting more an,
more demoralized, and the home
seekers are frightened away~an
other sections grow and prospe
*.while we are kept busy holdin;
The people have done muc:
for Tillman. and they have
right to expect much from hin
they have a right to expect hi
"acts to be consistent with hi
declarations, and when he di
nounces an act as a crime, an
he commits the act- himself, h
is inconsistent, and the peop1
with sense are disappointed.
Tillman's influence and powe
has resulted in winning over t
him a class of former antagt
nists, who would now kiss hi
foot for a little political pottagi
this element hungering for posi
tion, yield, not because they ai
prove of Tillman's course. bu
because they see a hope of sel:
advantage from his smile. Til:
man has no respect for this clas
as was clearly demonstrateda
the famous Charleston banquel
when he told those people the
he took no stock in their recer
deonstrtions.EeP h-a a co
tempt for them and was -not
aversed to telling them so.
When a matter comes up in
Congress which affects corpora
tions against the people's inter
ests, Tillman's opposition will be
regarded in a Pickwickian sense,
and must be without force, be
V cause of the recently discovered
obligations he has placed him
self under to corporations by his
5o being a beneficiary for their rail
5 road passes and express franks,
and it is for this condition of
m- things that Tillman has, and is
of still being criticized by the press
ve of, not only South Carolina, but
the United States, and. in our
opinion the incident has done
he much to weaken his potency as a
t* bulwark to keep off from the
er people, the aggressions of the
Catarh Cannot be Cured
with LOCAL APPLICAIONS, as they cannot
reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh .is a
blood or constitutional disease. and in order to
cure it you must take internal remedies. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken internally.and acts direct
ly on the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's
S Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It was
prescribed by one of the best physicians in this
country for years. and is a regular prescription.
It is composed of the best tonics known. com
k. bined with the best blood purifiers. acting di
rectly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect
n combination of the two ingredients is what pro
duces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh
Send for testimonials free.
F J. CHEn.imEY & CO., Props., Toledo. 0.
e Sold by druggists. price 75c.
11 Hall's Family Pills are the be st.
I- At Lexington last Thursday
r Senators Tillman and Latimer
.s made speeches at a good roads
>f convention. Senator Latimer
h advocates for road building a
- general tax, or a bond issue, and
a aid from the National govern
s ment, and working the roads by
s the convict system. Senator
g Tillman favors a general tax for
d road building, but is oppos'ed to
- "ny aid from the Natioial gov
n Boy Cured of Colic After Physician's Treat
I- ment Had Failed.
d My boy when four years old was taken
S with colic and cramps in his stomach.
. I sent for the doctor and. -h6 injected
d morphine, !ir.,be child kept getting
worse. I then gave hiqi half a teaspoon
L ful of Cnamberlain's Colic Cholera and
f Diarrhoea Remedy, and in half an hour
he was sleeping and soon recovereb. -
F. L. Wilkins. Shell Lake, Wis. Mr.
0 Wilkins is book-keeper for the Shell
9 Lake Lumber Co. For sale by The R.
o B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea,
d A Boston scientist is at work
S trying to make fuel from the sod
a. of swamps, savannahs and marsh
es; if he succeeds the coal ques
e tion will be solved and it will
e put an end to the terrors of strikes
r as every man who wants to, can
make his own fuel at a very lit
s tle cost. We have great faith in
e the project. The bogs of Ire
a land furnish fuel for the people
s in the land when there are no
e snakes, and if the peat-beds of
e Ireland are composed of putrified
y grasses and wood,then we see no
e reason why the niud in our
fswamps cannot be utilized also.
SThere is an old allegorical picture of
a a girl scared at a grass-hopper, but in
the act of heedlessness treading on a
snake. This is paralleled by the mang
s who spends a large sum of money build&
7 ing cyclone cellar, but neglects to pro
o vide his family with a bottle of Chain
e berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy as a safeguard against bowel
complaints, whose victims outnumber
e those 6f the cyclone a hundred to one.
SThis remedy is everywhere recognised
-as the most prompt and reliabla medi
cine in use for these diseases. For sale
a by The R. B. J.aryea Drug Store, Isaac
'M. Loryea, Prop.
r THE TIMES editor regards "J.
e H. L's." reference to him as al
- together gratuitous and entirely
a uncalled for. We have nothing
a whatever to do with the contro
s versy between ''Prophet" and
himself, and do not endorse the
a statements of either. But for
a the benefit of "J. H. L." we will
e say that 'Prophet has never at
e tempted to influence our pen,
a nor can he or any one else,
~and what we have said about
r Senator Tillmnan was based.upon
e his own admission of wrong-do
ing. We do not care whether
a Tillman is a "lion" or a black
sheep, when he is guilty of hy
e pocrisy and deception and we
find it out, itis our duty to expose
a him whether it produces 'chuck
7 lng" at Pinewood or not. When
he does agood thing we will praise
him: we are not built like those
who did the "chuckling" when
fthe people were manipulated out
e of their choice-the class who
say "they will stand by Tillmnan
P even if they catch him stealing
e a sheep." Nor do we see where
r "J H. L's.""lion" devoured us,
when the records prove that in'
e spite of him we received more
a votes than ever before, and that
it took the ingenuity of the
L "chuckling" patriots(?) who had
a the machinery, to count more
e votes than there are votes.:
* The controversy between these
d two writers has reached a condi
tion where, in our opinion, no
a good can result, and while we are
r not disposed to close our columns
against them, we will suggest
that they will indulge in less ac
h rimony, and if they will write
a further a great deal of hard labor
4 and valuable time will be saved
s the editor, if the writers will get
s some one who can write a legible
hand and can spell to copy their
d. 2;aucit before mailing them
e to us. If they will permit us we
e will suggest that both, "Prophet"
and "J. H. L." have reached a
r good stopping place.
s Better Than Cold.
"I was troubled for several years with
chronic indigesticn and nervous debili
t," writes F. J. Green, of Lancaster,
N . H. "No remedy helped me until I
*t began using Electric Bitters, which
did me more good than all the medicines
I ever used. They have also kept my
wife in excellent health for years. She
s says Electric Bitters are just splendid
tfor female troubles; that they are a
"grand tonic and invigorator for weak,
t nn down women. No other medicine
tcan taeits place in our family." Try
them. Ony50c. Satisfaction guaran
1 teed by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
About Time to Quit.
Editor The Manning Times:
After two weeks ruminating of ou
Pinewood Moses we find him at it agai
in your columns more abusive, his prir
ciple being more wholesale than eve
by throwing insults at both living an
dead alike without exceptions.
Now, Mr. Editor, were it not for th
slanderous way he handled the name (
our- illustrious hero and honored deat
my pen would have been stilled again
anything he could have written again:
;ne. for I am never afraid of having M
word weighed by your readers with hi:
"Prophet" writes like an old war hors<
but I'll wager that he was not wit
General Hampton on that fox hunt v
he styled it, that ended in a Catt!
catching. "Prophet," you seem to foi
get who was in charge of the Norther
armv. It also seems as if some time L
other "Prophet" got his feelings -terr
bly out with General Hampton. Pei
haps "Prophet" was off and the Get
eral forgot to save his portiou of tl
beef. Now, Mr. "Prophet," don't hol
malice so long, but blame yourself
little for not being present at the co
cut up, and demand your share. WI
not this cattle-eating business in tl
month that huckleberaies got ri rE
Perhaps you were off on a tart hun
from your own pen we learn nothim
great or dangerous ever occurred whet
you were--a truth shown with forei
as you are neither limp nor maime
though I'suppose you were one of th
great legion who fooked upon self-p
servation as belonging to the' fir
thoughts of nature. Now, "Prophet,
your failing to hear of or see any of th
great acts of our model citizen, soldie
statesman and hero,takes away nothin
of the laurels which embody his crow
of honor and love from the people
You write as if you would have peopl
believe you were one of General HamI
ton's legion: though you may persuad
some to believe you were a member
not one will you ever make believe yo
were ever present with Hampton i
anything but that fox-cow-hunt you te
us about. It seems as if you are one c
those fellows who are willing to pla
quit with well done, a living shame be
ing to "Prophet," for it is a shame fo
you to be one of them and to know s
little of him. Your writing satisfies al
who chance to see it that in the tryin:
days of the sixties when it took on1
those daring and knightlyjgenle-mer
such.as Lnumh S. Farley. Mordant, Su
rey and Pelham, together with th
thousands who followed him to victor'
death and defeat. "Prophet," answer
were you ever present on one of thos
occasions which immortalized Haml
ton with his followers? I believe not
as you said yo- never have seen 0
heard anything great he did-lik
words I am proud have only once be
fore been uttered, and the man wh
said it was W. T. Sherman. Those foi
lowers of Eeneral Hampton are toda,
living monuments. which beats any tel
or hundred of thousand dollar slabs yol
or your tax money would ever buy, ani
you say you pay the pittance you ar,
assessed without a murmer, I say oni:
till a chance is given you to grumble
"Prophet," in your writing about '7
you associated yourself with the Garys
Butlers and Tillmans-pretty big fisl
for you. Now, I, J. H. L., am the ver;
last man'to pluck a single laurel fron
the head it deserveely rests. I au
proud to honor Generals Gary and But
ler and doff my hat in honor to thei:
studded brows of well-earned honor
they honestly deserve,' with but oni
single exception,which mars its bright
ness, that of having "Prophet" g<
around with them in '76: they shoul<
ave sent you home, "Prophet," ani
by so doing you would'have at leas
seen the work--the part Mr. T. P
Broughton took. Where was T. P
Broughton in '78 or '80? I will answer
In the United States court--his freedon
at stake-doing all and risking mor<
for the redemption of his down-trodder
State. What have such men done as
the Rev. J. N. Brown, R. A.. Lawrenc<
nd others, to debar their voting? Cer
tainly you cannot say they were no
:ualified voters of the general election
they are registered. You cannot clain
they were not taxpayers. Did you no
vote such for the tax': Did you no
let them vote without seeing theil
receits-exacting it of others? Dit
not one of the managers pay the Gra
ham boys' taxes? Still, to hinder thei1
voting, knowing their opposition, corn
pelled them to show their tax receipts
Did they not let Mr. George W. Smith
Sr., vote on a town fruit license? Mr
B.?P. Broadway had his taxes as being
paid vouched for over the telephone
and neither of the managers took the
message. I do not question the truth
fulness of Mr. Lide on any who han
led the messages, but had they the
legal right to do it? Gould they accept
proxy voting? Certainly it was done i
ruth be in 'Prophet," as all know Dr
ML D. Murray was not at the polls an:
ime during the day, and "Prophet'
well knows it. Now how did he vote
Now, "Prophet," in the future tra
ad bully some one else and not us; yot
may outscheme us, but away from oui
rights you are not going to scare us
"You may fool some people some time
thers all the time." but there is on
you cannot fool any all of the time
When it comes to tackling Ben Till
man. that is the work of the editor o
HE MANN'ING TIES: he knows th<
:ost of such foolhardiness. Experience
is his school. "Let Ben alone, 'Ap..'
a friend says. Therefore it won't d<
for you to throw your political hide or
that circular saw, it will be strippec
into lace strings. Don't hint fork o
any size or kind, "Ap.," even if
"Prophet" advise you to do it. Reat
your Bible and see what a false prophel
id for a poor, foolish, hungry fellovw
nce he was tempted by a promise o
inner to use precious daylight, ani
arkness and a lion caught him. Don'1
let any amount of back-slapping rtu
you on old Ben; I tell you he is a lion
saw how he devoured you last year,
nd away went your political head, ani
all up here chuickled out, "Good foi
On Dress Goods, Mill
Cut Shoes for the ne:
Lots s,id in few '
what we offer you fc
him for being such a fool as to tackle
Ben." You see how "Prophet talks of
Hampton, do his bidding if you wish
I am done.
r Now, "Prophet," you name some of
a my distinguished friends roosting with
- "niggers." Say, Mr. "Prophet." have
r you no friends guilty? You seem to
d know all about it; wThy don't you put a I
stop to such a crime against law and '
e society. Have you ever served on the
grand jury? I think you or some of
- your Moses' have and recently, too.
a What was your or their oath and ifi
1 struction from the court? Did they
y comply with their oath and follow the
court's instruction? I say, "Prophet,"
put a stop to lavwlessness in or near
h Pinewood, and get a little merited
tS praise, instead of, the richly deserved
e I abuse throughout she entire South, you
r- so well merit. Now from things
n 'Prophet" and the Moses had better
>r: learn to observe as rules "do unto
i- others as you would have them do
- ou" accord the same courtesy expect
ed: leave off war reminiscences where it
e involves such characters as Hampton,
d and stay clear of defending managers
a till they learn to treat all white men
w alike in in election. T L
e Pinewood, Aug.24 1903.
Dysentery Cured Without the Aid of a Doctor.
e I 'am just up from a hard spell of the
flux" (dysentery) says Mr. T. A. Pinner,
a well known merchant of Drummond.
t Tenn. "I used one small bottle of Chamn
, berltin's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy and was cured without having
a doctor. I consider it the best cholera
e medicine in the world." There is no
-, need of employing a doct6r when this
remedy is used, for no doctor can pre
s scribe a better medicine for bowel com
plaint in any form either for children
e or adults. It never fails and is pleas
ant to take. Far sale by The R. B.
e Loryea Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryea,
LI Paxville News.
v Editor The Manning Times:
The farmers around here are taking
r advantage of the sunny weather -to
0 gather and cure their fodder. Cotton
1 is beginning to bpen, and they will soon
be busy gathering it for the gin.
' Miss Maud Winkles and Mr. Kelly
were married yesterday at the Baptist
parsonage by Rev. J. D. Huggins.
The Misses Hodge ot Pinewood visit
ed Paxville yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Elwell of Columbia are
e visiting their par-nts. Dr. and MIrs.
Reynolds of this place.
9 !1r. E. B. Brown and John K. Bree
r din of Manning spent yesterday in
e town. A SUBSCRIBER.
Paxville. Aug. 24, 1903.
F ALL MINISTERS should remember
a we give a liberal quantity of the Long
a man & Martinez Pure Paints, toward
I the painting of Churches, parsonages,
e or institutions supported by voluntary
NOTE: Have done so for twenty-seven
5vears. Sales: Tens of millions of gal
Ions; painted nearly two million houses
2 under guarantee to repaint if not satis
V factory. The paint wears for periods
2 up to eighteen years. Linseed Oil must
I be added to the paint, (done in two
, minutes). Actual cost then about $1.25
r a gallon. Samples free. Sold by our
Agents, The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
-An Ordinance to Provide for the As
-sessment and Collection of Taxes
,in the Town of flanning.
Be it Ordained by the Intendant and
Wardens of the Town of Manning and
by the authority of the same. -
SECTIoN 1. That a tax of twenty cents _
- on every one hundred dollars of the as
sessed value of all real and personal
property, situated and being in the
coporate limits of the Town of Manning,
shall be levied and collected for the fis
cal year, beginning the second Monday
in April, 1903, and ending the second
IMonday in April, 1904: also that this
tax is hereby levied on all Life and Fire
insurance companies, or other corpora
tions doing business in this town, upon
the gross premiums of said companies
S'ec. 2. It shall be the duty of all par
ties owning, or having under their con
atrol any property subject to taxation, to
list the same for taxation with the Clerk
by September 20, 1903; and any one who
- shall not do so by said date, the Clerk th'
is hereby instructed and required to en
ter against such party, or parties, a list P0
of such property as may appear from
the records in the Clerk's ottice or from sp
-County Auditor's books.hi
SEC. 3. That the Commutation Taxhi
in lieu of work on the streets shall be
two dollars, which said amount shall be so.
due and payable at the time the prop- 7~
erty tax herein levied may be due and
SEC. 4. That all able-bodied male per- StC
sons between the ages of 18 and 55, not be:
.otherwise exempt, are liable to the
-Commutation or Street Tax; also that dic
all persons within the age limit who
shall be living within the corporate ho
limits of this town any time up to the
close of the fiscal year in April, 1904,
shall become liable to the street tax
within thirty days after said party shall
I be here, unless he can show receipt for
street tax or road duty performed cov
Sering the majority part of the fiscal year.
I SEC. 5. That all taxes herein levied
shall become due and payable to the bo
:Clerk of the said Town between Octo
f 1er 1st, 1903 and November 10th, 1903.
I SECo. 0. A penalty of ten per cent
shall be added after November 10th,
until December 15th, 1903.
Ratified by Council, August 24, 1903.
B. D. M.OBRADHA Ti
E. J.BROWE, Itendent
ngs to Eat,F
rgs to Wear.
ags at th~e
P RICES ni
inery Goods and Low
t TWO WEEKS.
vords, but Bargains is
>r the next two weeks.L
) SEE US.
"THE BIG 40"
E. C. HORTON, JR. T. MITCHELL WELLS.
LUTHER MCINTOSH. W. MINTER TURNER.
Mutual Dry Goods Company.
Once more we all raise our hats and thank you for your
n kindly feeling toward us in the way of support given us these
few days of our merchandising. Our trade has really been
far beyond our sanguine expectations, and now we want
To Get DoWnl to Store Talk,
and in the beginning must say something about that fall and
winter Gown that you are already thinking about, perhaps.
Well, the material that we are showing is most satisfying
A few rough cloths will be very good. and Zibelines in.
the new Broad-tail Silky effects. are quite the correct thing.
Then the Snowflakes which come very inexpensive and
make them so exceedingly popular: the Broad Cloths, the
winter weights in Etamines. the new Weaves of Panamas,
the Mannish Mixtures that Dame Fashion has made very
F~ popular for your tailored Suit or separate Skirt and many
other new things too many to put on paper
Silks are not so good this year except the staple blacks.
(and we have a strong line of these). the MIercerized heavy
:5Z Cotton Fabrics taking the place of the former. However,
we are showing the most novel things in Silks too. The
popular Sheppard Checks, Hair Line Stripes, Wash Taffetas i
which are "chic" in style.
Our great line of Black Goods for Skirts is new and
7% clean. .
You will also find a great line of Dress Trimmings and
Dress Foundations in our store.
We must also remind you that our Shoe Department is
full of the best Shoes that money and experience can buy. r
We are sole agents for this town of the famous "Queen
Quality" Shoes for Ladies and Crossett Shoes for Men.
S We have been hig-hly complimented (and we humbly appreciate it) 1
on the nice things we are showing in Gents Furnishings. You will also
find a high grade line of Men's Pants and Children's Clothing on our
cTo our friends who cannot always come to Manning. we wish to say
tat upon requc.s we will gladly send samples of goods for your consder
Sation, and where your orders amount to more than A5 we wi ll prepay
transportation charges and give your orders our personal and careful at
S We want your trade and kindly ask you to come to see us. Our store.j,.
is new, cool and attractive and we will make you feel at home while you
are in our place. Yours very anxious for business.
M UTUAL DRY GOODS CO.
One Price Store of Manning.
SNew Store. Levi Block. White Frogt.
Our 'Phone No. is 63.
Krasnott' Fuillure News
I am proud to announce to the people of Manning and vicini
t I have moved over into my new store on the Levi block, o
ite the express office, where polite attention awaits all.
My friends and patrons are cordially invited to come and i
et the largest and most complete stock of Furniture ever e
ited in Manning.
Ladies are especially invited to inspect the many beautiful e
d oak, piano polished Bed Room Suits, rare beauties; wor
r time seeing them.
The line of Sideboards and Chiffoniers you will find in n
e are examples of beauty and elegance. Don't fail to see the
ore they are all gone.
Something new in Cheviol Suits and Josephine Dressers. L
s of taste and style never fail to have one of those Suits in the
se. Something elegant in
Lounges and Couches.
You wil find them in my store to suit your taste and pocke
Rugs and Matting. .
The greatest variety of these goods erer carried in Mannin
re is not much left in my store-only about 150 rolls. Dor
it: time is money. Come and get enough to fit up your hou:
uit your feet.
Pictures and Picture Frames,
The most beautiful ever seen in Manning. "The Coons
be Irish Woman." "In Love," "Friends" and "The Lord
per" are the leading subjects. A great assortment of oth
traits. You cannot appreciate them unless you see them.
Lace Curtains, Window Shades and Curtain Poles talk f<
~ockers, Rockers, Rockers
Sixty-two styles in this line, from 50c up.
Mirrors, any size cut to order.
A full line of
Don't forget to come to my Graphophone Concerts every or
g from 6 to 6:30 p. mn. The latest songs and band music.
Thanking you in advance for your patronage,
I am yours to please,
LL.T H E FURNITUJRE.MAN.
Solid as rock,
To plena eyerybody.
The larg aditon toA ou3tr av encm
1 YX 0
F- - -,
shopping for our lady friends, picking up the lat
est creations in Dress Goods, Silks, Dress Trim
mings and Millinery,. all of our staple stuffs hav
ing been bought early in the spring. thus dis
counting the high prices that are now being paid
for all staple- stuff. Suffice it to say That we will
be amply prefared to takegood care of those who
do their fall and winter shopping at our store.
In short, we .propose to show the grandest
and cheapest stock of goods at our stores this fall
that has ever been shown in Manning.
Look out for Jenkinson when he returns, for
he is going to make things very interesting to the
shopping public the coming season.
W. E. JENKINSON.
Scoo Cllleu Ta& Nolc.
THE PRESCRIPTION DRU STORE
CAPERS & O0., Proprietors,
SUMMERTON, S. C.
When you are in need of Belting, Oils, Lace Leather, Valves,
EFittings of any kind I will make it to your interest to call on me.
I can now offer you Stoves and Ranges at any price
Crockery, Table Cutlery, Scissors and Shears. Fruit Jars.
Everything to please you and the prices right.
HOUSEB U ILDERS,
Keep your eye on my stock of Paints and Oils, Locks, Hinges,
Tmn and Nails. Everything you may need in the way of Fine
Saws, Hatchets and Hammers.
I now have the prettiest, largest and best stock of Guns 'that
has cver been in town. Also Shells, Shot, Primers and Powder.
Call on mec and be treated right.
J. F. DICKSON,
r Next Door to Levi's.
Look to Your Interest. -
Here we are, still in the lead, and why suffer with your eyes when you
can be suited with a pair of Spectacles with so little trouble? We ecarry the
Celebrated HIAWES Splectacles and 6lasses,
Which we are offering very cheap, from 25c to $2.50 and Gold Framies at $3
to $G. Call and be suited.
W. M. BROCKINTON.