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MANNING, S. C., SEPT. 1G, 1903. ,
Advertisers will 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. t
Manning Street Car Schedule. 1o
Leave Central Hotel corner 9:- 4 a. m. and 6:4. an
p. in. for the passenger trains. .ad the car will bi
also meet the frei-ht trains. rranrements at
have been made with the agent at depot to telc
phone when freight trains are approaching
Fare. 10 cents each way.
Cotton sold in Manning today for 10.5~. no
Rev. A. N. Betnson is back again at th
his post of duty. ke
Miss Lydia Coppedgemilliner at Jen- a
kinson's returned from New York last
Watch the advertising columns of
THE TIMES, they will always be of
Mrs. Abe Weinberg of Camden is in fe
Manning visiting her parents Mr. and ru
Mrs. Aaron Weinberg. Bi
Mrs. H. D. Plowden, who has been
spending the summer at Cheraw, re
turned home last night. ye
Last Sunday Mr. C. R. Ridgill was
bitten by a ground rattle which necessi
tated the services of a doctor. sts
L Dr. J. H. Hawkins, who has been ro
visiting at the home of Hon. H. B. a
Richardson, has returned home. E
The cotton crop of this county will L<
not be as large as was expected. The gi
weed is good but the fruit is poor. .
The school children are happy but su
their fathers are making wry faces be- h,
cause of having to buy n.w books.
- The Bani of Clarendon is now ready
for business, and it has in its vault one
of the finest burglar proof safes made. di
Mr. F. Earle Bradham,a recent grad- fit
uate of Wofford college, has accepted w
a position in the Due West graded sm
Rev. J. W. Perry of Hartsvilleat one in
time the universelly esteemed pastor of tr
the Manning Baptist church, isin Man- Ca
ning to-day. at
Mr. R. Boyd Cole, formerly of Man- f
nine a recent graduate of the citadel b,
has secused a position in the Barnwell
Mr. W. H. Anderson of Summerton g
is now at Holly Springs, Miss., buying b
cotton. He writes us that cotton in of
that section is short. J:
The two families that have moved to ti
Manning from Salem are an acquisition t
to our town, and we would be glad to di
welcome more like them. et
The county Superintendent of Educa- R
tion of Marion county is a fugative from m
justice. having committed forgeries a:
amounting to about $2000.
Since cotton has commenced being Hi
marketed, Manning has so far made a
very good price showing. We hope
our buyers will keep it up. t
- Sammy Swamp farmers elected J. H.
Keels president, D. F. Maboney secre
tary, W. T. Touchberry, J. H. Brown t
and W. N. Stukes delegates.
From the reports made to us. every u:
township was organized into farmer's ir
clubs last Saturday, 'except two, and I
these will be organized this week.
Mr. W. C. Chandler of Sumter spent
yesterday in Manning. and about the
first thing he did when he struck the
town was to pull for the artesian well. 1
Mesdames Ezra P. Geddings and w
Letitia Griffin of Pinewood spent sev- p
eral days of last week in the Fork vis- is
iting their aunt Mrs. M. R. Alsbrook. ft
Mr. W. E. Jenkinson is back from
the northern markets, much improved y~
in health and ready to do a large busi1- c
ness this fall. Read his big ad. thisn
For a bilious attack take Chamber- i
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and ah
quick cure is certain.\For Sale by The
Rt. B. Loryea Drug Store,Isaac M. Lor
The ladies of the M. E. church will u
give a "Lunch Box" party next Friday F
evening, Sept. is, at Paxville academy. p
RTefreshments will also be served. Eve- b
ry body come. -
Ruffin Mitchum,the young man whose 1
father was inquired of through these
columns.is a son of Mr. Edgar Mitchum .
of Alcoli.who was badly hurt last week
at Alderman's mill.
Died at his home in Lake City, last
Friday night Mr. R. D. Rollins. county
treasurer of Will-amsburg. The de
ceased was a brother of Mrs. Jno. F.
McLeod of this county.
By reading the advertismeut of the
Rt. 1B. Loryea Drug Store,it will be seen
that Mr. 'Isaac M. Loryea has again
thrown his individuality into his busi
ness. Just look for him.
The town of Pinerood is reachingt
out and entering the competitive trade I
markets as will be seen by the enter
prise shown by Rt. F. Epperson who is 1
advertising in this paper.
The farmers of this township organ- 1
ized last Saturday, and elected J. M. 1
Galloway president, J. S. Ridgewayi
vice president and A. C. Davis secre-1
tary. Messrs. A. P. Burgess and Julius
S. Davis are the delegates to the con
We want our readers to remember
Mr. Thomas Nimmer when they come
to town to buy nice things for the
household or the table. Nimmner al
wars keeps a fresh stock of those
things which people who love good
eating like. Read his ad. in another
Tbe show windows of Venning the
jeweler, Till & Co's dry goods store,
the Mutual Dry Goods Co. and Kras
nor's furniture store, are certainly a
credit to the town and shows a progres
sive spirit in their proprietors. It is
wrth while to see these windows' and
espccially at night.
Last Monday while coming to Man
nng Mr. D. M1. Morris of Sandy Grove
won promotion to the title of Coloniel
by killing near "Appelt's Mill." a rat
tle snake which measured 6i feet long
and 8 inches around, it had 18 rattles
and aL button. So hereafter it should
be Col. Morris of Sandy Grove.
Capt. A. N. Freeland formerly of
Sumter, but latterly from Alcolu was
in town last Thursday looking the pic
ture of health. The Captain talks im
terestingly of his travels in the West,
and in Eu'rope, but while here he did
not allude to the many matrimonial
escaades his name was connected with
in the newspapers.
Hirschmann's store next door to the
postoffice is filled with a nice line of
oods this season, and there is no store
n town more anxious to please the
trade. The millinery department has
a stock which will compare with the
best, and the ladies in charge have
spent many months at the north to
learn the fashions. His advertisment
another column should be carefully
.\iiton Pirigg'.. colored, while on c
v home last Saturday night, so
le during the night was struck by
sing train, near Bradham's m:
i he was not found until nearly si
e Sunday morning aud died about
ur after he was found. His left thi;
s broken and the left side of his he
s crushed, supposed to be by the c.
ler of a passing engine.
ight hour laws are ignored by tiic
eless little workers-Dr. Kng N
fe Pills. Millions are always at w"I
,ht and day, curing indigestion. 1
isness.consiipation.sick hcaaache a
all stomach. liver and bowel tr
?s. Easy.pleasant.safe.sure. Only -
The it 13. Loryea Drug Store.
N perusal of our advertising colum
11 convince the reading public th
nkinson is at h.c- and th r. he c
t have his establishment enlarger
re past time. He proposes to le
chase. and if the others want
ep up they must get a move on the
yes. Jenkinson has now a real
rtnient store. Dry goods, shoe, clot
and furniture departments, ea
)arate and distinct from the other.
It Saved His Leg.
P. A. Danforth of LaGrange, Ga.,s
ed for six months with a fright
aning sore on his leg: but writes ti
ecklin's Arnica Salve wholly cured
five days. For ulcers, wounds or pi
the best salve in the world. Cl.
aranteed. Only 25c at The R. B. L
a Drug Store.
'he Moses Levi Memorial Institi
trted off last Monday with an
lment of 230 scholars. The facu
e Prof. C. E. Boyd principal, %
J. Browne assistant. Misses Ni
ser. Lida Scarborough, Jessie N
pan and Francis E. Davis. After t
ides have been arranged the trust<
11 employ additional teachers. I
cerely hope the school will have
cessful session and the teachers'
.ve the encouragement of the patro
The Pleasure of Eating.
Persons suffering from indigestii
spepsia or other stomach trouble '
d that Kodol Dyspepsia Cuae dige
at you eat and makes the stoma
eet. This remedy is a never faili
re for indigestion and dyspepsia a
complaints affecting the plaads
embranes of the stomach or digest:
act. When you take Kodol Dyspep
ire everything you eat tastes goy
d every bit of the nutriment that y<
>d contains is assimilated and app
iated by the blood and tissues. S1
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
On last Saturday, Mr. -M. C. R,
io was the driver of the team tl
longed to the Penn lumber Compa
Sumter, which were thrown i1
ck's ci-eek by the falling in of 1
"idge, came ia to see us and stai
at both he and the team were s(
sly hurt by the accident and the c
tion of the bridge was somebod
relessness. We judge from what
ich says there will be a heavy
and made upon the county for do
s Life Saved by Chamberlain's Colic, Che
ra and Diarrhoea Remedy.
"B. L. Byer a will known cooper
is town, says he believes Chamb
in's Colic. Cholera and Diarrh
emedy saved his life last summn
e had been sick for a month with w
e doctors called bilious dysenter.1
4uld get nothing to do him any g
ttil he tried this remedy. It gave I
mediate relied," says B. T. Lit
rchant,HancockMd. For sale by']
B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac 31. I
Capt. Edgar N. Plowden of Br
gton was in town yesterday to
light of all of his old friends, and
as looking like a racer just out o
sture meadow. The old gentlen
83~ears of age and has a fund of
rmation which makes him a walk
tevlopedia, when it comes to kn
g what is going on in this busy wo~
Te wager there is no man in
nty better posted on internatior
tional or State matters than he.
e always glad to see the old Tille
e and e-et a shake from his honest
"Just in the nick of time our little
as saved" writes M1rs. W. Watkin!
leasant City, Ohio. "Pneumonia:
ayed sad havoc with him and a te
e cogh set in besides. Doctors trea
im, But he grew worse every day.
ngth we tried Dr. King's New Dist
r for Consumption, and our darl
t saved. He's now sound and we
verybody ought to know, it's thec
Lire cure for coughs, colds and all 1
seases. Guaranteed by The R.
oryea Drug Store. Price 50Oc and el
rial bottles free.
A gentleman from the Santee see
f the county complained to us al
he destruction of fish with dynan
i the waters near him to such an
nt that large quantities of dead
re floating about the water, and
tnch is unbearable. There is p14
ff law to prohibit this practtee,
he people interested should invoke
a's aid to put a stop to this whole
estruction. As a rule people do
ike to prosecute a neigbor for u:
vnamite in the fish streams, but
awwas placed upon the statute be
o prevent the annihilation of fish
)nefit of all the people, and wh<
ieighbor has no regard for the law
hose living near him he shouk(
nade to respect the law or pay the
tlty. A few convictions of respec~t
epe will put a stop to the practi(
ike the running brook,
red blood that flows throl
the veins has to come f
The springs of red blood
odnd in the soft core of
bones called the marrow
some say red blood also co:
Ero the spleen. Healthy b
marrow and healthy spi
are full of fat.
Scott's Emulsion makes
blo~d by feeding the b
marrow and the spleen a
de erichest of all fats, the ~
cod lver oil.
For pale school girls
invalids and for all wi
blod is thin and pale, Sc<
Emutlsion is a leiasant and
blod food. It not only f,
th blood-making organs
(vves them strength to
thir proper work.
Send for free sample.
sCcoTT & Bo WiNE, Ciemists,
4 49-4:5 iPer Street NeV
Lis It used to be where did you get that
ne hat. that colltr and cravat But now
a the question is where will you get your
11. hat.. collar and cravat. and in fact a
in- gentleman's full outfit. David J. Chan
an iler, the clothier of Sumter is in this
h week's issu talking to the people of
ad Clareudon and giving them a cordial
el- invitation to visit Sumter and inspect
the lraest and best assorted stock of
clothing hats and gents' furnishings to
be found anywhere in the State. "Dave"
and "Jim" Chandler are so well known
se to the wearers of mens',boys' and child
s drens' clothing as to preclude us frem
k. saying anything with regard to their
11- business methods-they are known to
ad be men who never misrepresent an ar
,u- ticle. and who make good anything
5c from their store which does not give
satisfaction. They are also known to
be men who are spurred on by competi
tion and the closer the competition the
us more active do they become to work for
at leadership i n thelr line. B e sure
td when you visit Sumter to ,o in and look
'^ a.t D. J. Chanhier's great big stock.
ad - _.-- - r
to .::!WCt XA
e- Bears the ' Kind You Hate Always Bought
The regular fall examination for
f- teachers will be held at the court house
Pul in Manning on Friday, September 18.
at The examination will begin at 9 o'clock
it a. m. and close at 4 o'clock p. m.
des The following is the law regarding
)r- SECTION 12. That after February, be
ginning in May, 1903, there shall be two
County examinations for teachers' cer
iicates each year, to be held in May
ite and September, and that hereafter no
'n- teacher shall be employed in the public
Ity schools of this State who has not regis
Ir. ter his certificate in the olfice of the
na County Superintendent of Education
Ic- and submitted proof thereof to the Board
he of Trustees employing him.
es SEC. 13. Every applicpt for a County
Ve Certificate shall make a satisfactory
a written examination b e f o r e t h e
ill County Board of Education. on
s. uniform questions prepared and
furnished by the State Board,
the examination to be held in all the
Counties on the same day, or he or she
yn. shall present to the County Board a full
-ill diploma from some reputable chartered
sts college or university of this State,
ch known to be of good standing. No cer
ng tificate shall be issued on a diploma
nd showing that the holder has only com
or pleted the course of some particular d.
.ve partment of a school; the diploma must
sia show that the full college course has
)d. been completed.
>ur S. P. HOLLADAY,
ro- Chr'n Co. B'd Education.
)ld August 31. 1903.
.ch Bes the Ihe Kind You Have Always Bought
cd Better swallow your good jests than
ri- lose your good friend.
y's Sweet are the uses of adversity: bit
Sr. ter are the uses of prosperity.
1le- ..+. -
A Purgative Pleasure.
If you ever took DeWitt's Little Ear
Slv Risers for biliousness or constipation
>y ou know what a p)urgative pleasure is.
'These famous little pills cleanse the liv
of er and rid the system of all bile without
er- producing unpleasant effects. They do
yea not gripe, sicken or weaken, but give
er. tone and strength to the tissues and or
3at gans involved. W. H. Howel of Hous
Ld ton. Tex., s'ays '"No better pill can be
>d used than Little Early Risers for con
im stipation. sick headache, ete." Sold by
le, The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
'he ,_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
or- The rising generation owes much to
the inventor of the alarm clock.
If vanity were a deadly disease every
e undertaker would buy fast horses.
he- - --
~a C ."3'Cas 1LI.A,
iann Ber te ThB Kind You Have Always Bought
hel The dead march is not necessar ily the
Veone that the musicians have murdered.
an When the last trump sounds, some
odwoman will ask Gabriel to wait a min
ute. Is my hat on straight?
Special Low Week Rates
aoy From points on the Atlantic Coast Line
of to seaside resorts. Tickets on sale Sat
2adl urday, good returning including Mon.
rri- day following. Attractive schedules. un
ted sur'passed service.
At Summer Tourist Tickets to mountain
ov- and seaside resorts limited for return
mRpassage to October 31st on sale until
*ly For full particulars, rates. etc.. cal:
Ig on Ticket Agents or write.
B. W. J. CRAIG,
.00 General Passenger Agent.
H. M. EMERSON,
.o Wilmington, N. C.
'out ---- ~ ~
ite, The oil of insincerity is more to be
ex- dreaded than thesinegar of vitup~era
A od field of corni n hn
efarmer doesn't care to have crowec
sing A walk may improve your appetite
the but a tramp will eat you out of hous<
>ks and home.
Never in our nine years' busine:
ter Bargains than this season. TI
spent three months in the Northerr
in finding those Maxy and June bamra
cities for the cah w hichi wte will gli
-and customuers. In Millinery we age
the Leaders in SI
ig For our Dress Gioods Bargains r
orn 61 quality Peau de Soi Silks in seve:
75e quality Black iDress Goods (Gob
are 75e quality Mingled Skirting, the vt
te quality 1 enetia............
te5equality Flannel, in all the latest
d S1.3.5 quality yard-wide Black guar
1.50 better quality yard-wide Blac1
lies 1.75 quality Black Crepe de Perry.
one 2.00 quality Black Silk Finish..
1.50 quality Broadcloth, in all colc
een In fact all kinds of new Dress
-New Remnants of Ribbons, p're
lewv 33.00 quality Lace Curtains, per pa
one 1.7~5 quality Clarendon Counterpa
.it 40e quality Pare Linen Hemstite
V~ 5equality Pure Linen Towels,)
e 75e qualit'y Pure Linen Iiemstite
4.50 quality Best Imported Linen
Doilies to match, each.. .
nd Also Doilies from 25e per set t
75c quality Oriental Portiere Go<
10se We also guarantee to be the ch
)tt's general line of Ladies' and Gent's.
rich tion to the purchases as to above
glad to furnish them.
jed~ Again thanking you for past pa
but with apprer-iation.
-Yrk Next to
S. I. Till & Co., Levi block.
Cotton Sheets at Rigby's.
The Furniture Man, Levi Block. [tf.
Ready made Skirts all prices at Rig
Rigby's is the place to buy your Rib
A few more of those 40c. Rugs left at
$1.00 Scrap Bundles also the 50c. size
at Rigby's. e
Beautiful line of Shirts just received 3
A perfect creation of Remnants at I
price at Rigby's.
Just received a car of Red Rust
Proof Oats at Rigby's.
Our records are not made up of mis
representations. Till & Co.
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
If there is any power in prices, then
Till & Co. will get your trade.
Out prices are often one half the
prices of elsewhere. Till & Co.
Plant Wood's tested and true Wheat
Seed. The R. B. Lorj Drug Store.
Extra good quality White ' 40
inches wide only 5c. the yard at Rigby
You will stick to us like glue forever.
If you will only try us once. Till & Co.
Deady made Hemstitched Sheets
with Pillow Cases to match at Rigby's.
As happy as children on Christinas
morn are all who trade with Till & Co.
We hand out the proper goods for a
great deal less than others dare to do.
Till & Co.
Others may advertise and claim to
be. but it is only on paper. Try us.
Till & Co.
The prettiest lot of Remnants in Rib
bons have just arrived, lower than
ever. D. Hirschmann next to postoffle.
The highly praised Kabo Corset,
form reducer, for stout ladies, also
good shapes at all prices as D. Hirsch
Brand new Basket Cloth Shirt
Waists the very latest make for the
fall at 51.00 at Hirschmann's next to
Those real new ready to wear Hats
have just arrived, come at ' once and
make your selection as the prices will
suit you. D. Hirschmann's next to
For Sale. 9S acres of land adjoining
L. L. Wells in Santee township, also
200 acres of land adjoining Jeff D
Holladay in Mt. Zion township apply
at this otfice.
Improve Your Poultry.
Thoroughbred Barred Plymouth -
Rock, and Minorca Cockerels from New
York prize winners for sale. Call at
I Huggins & Logan's market and see
them,or write to O. E. Webber. [52-2t
For Tnfants and Childrenl.
he Kind You Have Ala Bough
R. B. LORYEA DRUG STORE,
ISAAC M. LORYEA,~Trop.,
Sign of the . . . Golden Mortar,
Beg to inform their many friends and custom-:
ers that they are prepared to supply their wants
with their accustomed celerity.
We carry a full and complete line in every dce
partment of the
and every aitentionl is shown to the wants of,
For~ Xany Yem 0
We have endeavored to give the very best at
tention to our customers' wants, and feel that *
we have succeeded.
Our stock of S
and CHEMICALS iS
is complete in every particular and every and :
hen ein ne PUR1E ddRUGS and MEDI
CINES call on us and we can give you general :
MALODERS receive our careful and im- a
mediate attention on day of receipt,
We hope for your kind patronage which for
years we have earnestly striven to merit.
ISAAC 1 L.ORYEA, Proprietor,
Sigrn olf the
44 MANNIN,&S. C
-frHONE NO. 2.
L OF 1903.
experiece did we strike up with bet
ee reason is well explained, as we have
markets trying ha~rd and succeeding
ais that are generally offered in those
dly share with our old and ne w friends
iflexpect to be the
:yle and Prices,
ad the following:
al colors, also Taffeta............ 39
ry latest colorings ... ..........S 8
............ ........ ........448e
colors.............. .. .-..... 82jc
nteed Silk Taffeta............ 1 1
: Taffeta Silk, guaranteed....... 20
. ......... ....... ........ 138
rs, best weight...........--..- 8
Goods. Space will not permit us men
tier and cheaper than ever before.
r. r..............---.--............ 1 25
e, extra weight and size......... 25
bed Towels, each................25
e pair... ............------..22
hed Bureau Scarf, drawn work. 48
able Cloth.........--..-.-.....3 00
ds, Tapestry, per yard....... .....8
aeapst in town in Clothing, Shoes and
urrishings, as we gave the same atten
therefore come all and get our prices,
trnage, will look for a renewal of same
Rh aimes Drug StOre. 'ias~o1ray~od n h a esl hm
Rham 's D ug aStor . ; if you are not red omake your purchase you ill get ready
i Ealy byersalways get the best goods, the best bargains and
i the fietselection.
Why shudyou not be among the wise--the first ones-who "
Com pare O ur Prices. are saving their money
Nont on one thing, but on all articles. We doCoet
not wish to appeal to you with cheap goods, but
simply invite a fair comparison as to prices and
FM NE IDE
At this time Rhame's Drug Store can save, and convince yourself how easy money can be saved by buying
housekeepers a good many dimes, nickels and late Summer and early Fall Goods.
pnisas we have secured some special bargamns;
pennies, awehvseudsoeseilbrin;We are ready to give you a few of our prices which will open
your eyes and pocketbook.
Tooth Brushes, n t usmoe
Talcum Powders. Fifty-five Men's Suits, All-Wool Serge, Silk Lined, regular
We offer Colgate's Turkish Bath Soap at 45c price $10.50, closing out for $5.50.
per-dozen cakes. Sixty Wool Flannel Coats and Pants, pretty styles, Tailor
VioletSoap at 15c box of 3 cakes. -Made, as $6, now $3.50.
Rose Soap't 15c box of 3 cakes. Single Coats. The $3 ones, now $1.50; the $2.50 $1.25 and so
Carnation Sap-5c box of 3 cakes.
There are fashions even in Soaps, and styles on, in proportion.
change. One thing ne anges, and that is, Men's Pants at less than Half the regular price. WeHve too. J
whatever the shapes or odor br color of a soap, it . many on hand. They are al-wool goods, -heavy weights, only
should be pure. light colors; it makes little difference to you, but it's summer
We have the good, old-fashioned, pir Soap, as styles with us, and they must go at any price.
well as the newest Soap-made from pure odS..and
odors, at RHAME'S DRUG STORE.
For Polite Correspondence. Too many left over; help us out, helping yourself better
Styles in Stationery vary with the years. What
was correct several years a is 17c. We are losing money, you know, but they must onow.
Every one likes to receive a letter written on
fashionable paper. tour y Purall s =
We Have All Kinds of Paper. o i - -
Nice boxes at 1Oc box and upward.
We have the right Tablets at RHAME'S DRUG turer's stock of Fine Dress Shirts,. rangng from 50c to 1 We
STORE. bought them cheap and wil run them at 40c. What do you sar.
CFive tbousand yards White HomespBo l at 3c per yard as ni ; .
No. 1 to 3 are worth Sc. Other numbers are We have only 'a limited stock of the famou W. L. Douglas:'
worth from 6 to 8c. Qxfords. Get you a pair before all are sold.
I Get ready ando e to m ke y p s
SRhame's Drug Store, _ r
SUnnIE RTON, S. C.Ir
T HE. NEW IDEA8'.-'i,
M X. KRASNOFF.
THE SEASON HAS PASSED.
-- THE SUMMER IS ENDED,
And our mammoth stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Cloth
ing, Gent's Furnishings and everything in the way of Fal and
Winter Goods is ready for pubhec inspection.
WE SELL CHEAPER. Des Od
In this respective department we are showing the uobbiest
C L O TIN G.. ^'" line of stuff imaginable, and are in position to meet any compe
' We are also soying the loveliest line of Dress Patterns, with
incldingall he opulr stlesTrimmings to match, ever shown in the city. All the new ideas,
A select line of Men's Clothing. inldngalte-ouarsye and everything for correct winter wear, we have it. All we ask
in Serges, Flanels, Worsteds, etc. No better line has ever been of- is aooriy t ovneorcsoeso h at s
fered you. Comparison will show our prices to be absolutely the low- already have their confidence...
est named for Clothing of the better grade.-e l OE S k D pat n ,-Y
- Havin already sold completely out of our first shipment of :
A cmpet lie f ens, ades ad Cilre'sShos f u-36-inch Black Taffeta Silk, have made asrcon whrder, the n n:
preme comfort combined with style e'adCirn'and easy prices always on hand. we are making sues qun e at n$1i em and. hl h urn
We are also selling just as many Silk Waist Patterns as ever, :
da les' Skirts and Walk int a e. and we have some perfect dreams in Sitk stingseandy a lenew
~~~~~~~~~Fleece-Lined Goods thac are tecrettig o al
Will have in a few days the best line of Skirts and Walking Jack- L9is Wcgiig" Skirts.
ets ever offered this trade. New and attractive in styles and pat-;.
terns, elegantly tailored and perfect fitting. Judge by comparison prices ranging as below:
only. You cannot believe all you hear, but you can surely believe all $1.50, $2,'12.50, S3, $3.50 and $5. wyuse . agisi vr n ttepie '
A "PREFERRED BRAN"O
Men's and Boys' blats and Caps. Having only small sacewl u o nl a few prices in thi .. ie
A revolutionizing department. The very cheapest number is a Fve thousand yards best American Prints-........" "- - .5 e per yard
good style. We have no out-of-date patterns. There is not a trashy Four thousand yards Huron Fast Colored Pereales.. 5 e 'per yard .,
W' Hat in our line. Also keep a nice line of Ladies' Hats. Six thousand yards extra heavy Checked and Plaidd
Departmenoit of Trunks an as = TrEverything else inomes-tirices rainginrporin
WHITE MARSAILLES SPREADS, full ten-quarter, S1
WGe sell low-priced Trunks and Bags, but we do not sell "cheap" $1. 2 $2.25, S2.50 and $3 each.
ones. In picking our stock we tried to get the most serviceable ones r Hemstitched 10--4 Sheets, 75c.
0~,. obe had. ~-e Pillow Cases to match, two for 25e.
toIt is useless to tell abcut our other line of goods, besides space-AB ELN ,
will not nermit. You will always find it complete and up-to-date. A L O E S
Do not ask you to take our word for what we have said, as com- ABL OIL CLOTH~S.
vnarison sustains our claim that we are N EVER; UNDERSOL.
Besides what is already mentioned w.e have a full line of All colors and kind.
Warstll eadquarters for Men's and Children s Hose, 10d, N ton ,treparfrec
DyUmbrellas, Saddlery, l
.uns, Etc While every man thinks he has the best line of shoes on the
Teodsynista"goswl bought area half sold," so the market we let the ol reliable Hamilon-Brown Shoes speak fr