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LOUIS APPELT. Ekditor.
MANNN IG. S. C., NOV. 18, 1903.
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ona Class matter.
KEEP YOUR COTTON SEED.
It will be remembered that we
devoted considerable space to
the subject of cotton seed, in
which we endeavored to write
solely in the interest of the
farmers, and in doing so, we be
lieve we were writing in the in
terest of all dependent upon the
farmers. Our editorials were
read with interest to the extent
that many farmers who hereto
fore disposed of their seed -to
the oil nills have this year held,
and are determined to either get
fair valuation for them or return
them to the soil. The agitation
of this matter has aroused inter
est in other parts of the State,
as will be seen from an extract
taken from the Bennettsville
correspondent of the News and
Courier, which is as follows:
Mr. J. Furman Allen, a prominent
farmer living in Brownsville Township,
has offered to furnish 85,000 for the
purpose of advancing money to farmers
who are forced to sell their cotton seed,
He desires the entire State to enter
into a combine for the purpose of hold
ing cotton seed, buy from small farmers
who can't hold, and in this way keep
the seed out of the hands of mill men
until they be forced to pay the farmers
something like full value for the seed.
Should such a movement assume any
thing like general proportions the mill
men could be forced to advance the
price or be deprived of the seed. It is
claimed that the present price paid for
se4s inadequate and far below what
should legitimately be paid.
./ If the moneyed men, farmers,
throuohout the State would unite, as
Mr. Allen proposes, they should relieve
their- unfortunate small farmers, and
wgould control the bulk of the seed,
which sooner or later would command
a much larger price than is now offer
ed. Mr. Allen is willing to invest 85,000
in this direction, and has written a let
ter to the Pee-Dee Advocate, in which
he has made public his proposition.
_The oil mill combination claim
Tt-ewing to the falling off in
the price of-oil, they cannot pay
as mnuch for seed as heretofore,
and are now paying less than at
the beginning of the season, We
take no stock in their contention,
even granting the price of oil
has been lowered. The enor
mous profits ground out of the
seed is a convincing argument to
prove they have never paid a
fair price for the raw material,
and the depleted condition of
lands is a strong argument to
show the inadvisability of get
ting rid of this valuable land
food for a mere pittance.
The fertilizer trust has already
advanced the prices of its pro
duct, and when it comes time to
sell meal we look for an advance
in that article also, notwith
standing the present- low price
paid for seed. Big dividends is
what both trusts are after, and
the farmer is the victim they
will prey upon. In our opinion
the-cotton seed oil magnates will
soon raise the price of seed in
order to induce those farmers
that have determined to hold, to
relent and bring the product to
the mills, and upon the higher
~price paid for the seed will they
base the price of meal.
We urge the farmers not to
give up the fight, they may not
meet with success this year, but
as sure as fate if they will hold
their ground the trust will real
ize that it must pay a fair Value
for the raw material, and sell
the manufactured product at a
reasonable and just price.
$100 Reward, $100.
The readers of this paper will be pleased to
learn that there is at least one dreaded disease
that science has been able to cure in all its
stages, and that is Catarrh. Hairs Catarrh Cure
is the only positive cure known to the medical
fraternity. Caitarrh being a constitutional dis
ease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the sys
tem, thereby dests~oying the foundation of the.
disease.and giving the patient strength by build.
ing up the constitution and assisting nature in
doing its work. The proprietors have so much
faith in its curative powers, that they offer One
Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to
cure. send for list of testimonials.
Address. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, 0.
sold by druggists. 75c.
Hall-s Family Pills are the best.
It is quite a fad now to have
special judges appointed to take
the place of the regular judge
who is sick, or at the request of
a Bar, to hold a special term to
facilitate business. We do not
approve of any such. The tax
payers pay -the salaries of our
judges and if a substitute is
apointed we think the sal
.-ry paid him should come
out of the salary paid the
regular judges, and if this were
done we would not haVe so many
substitutes appdinted, and where
a Bar- wants to facilitate business,
o- rather, they get in a hurry to
make their fees and want a spe
cial term with a special judge
then let that Bar pay the judge's
salary, and the per diem and
mileage of jurors, if this was re
quired it would knock the spe
cial term and special judge fad
J. A. Gulledge of Verbena, Ala., was
trice in the hospital from a severe ease
of piles causing 24 tiumors. After doc
tors and all remedies faiM, Blucklen's
Arnica Salve quickly trrested further
inflamation and cured him. It conquers
aches and kiflls pain. 25c at The R. B;.
Lomye Dru Store
The State board of control has
again withheld Charleston's por
tion of the dispensary protits,
because a foreign subject of that
city was oeaten by the constables
while making a raid on his
premises, andi he appealed to
United States courts for pro
tection. G4overnor Heyward is
bound by his oath of office to
enforce the dispensary law in
Charleston as well as Clarendon,
but why make the innocent citi
zens of Charleston suffer because
a few hoodlums violate the law?
In our opimon we need the
great (?) constitution of 1895
amended so that the governor
can advise needed legislation for
communities like Charleston,
and then sift out the lawless
character, so that decent law
abiding people will not be made
Ask your druggist about "Fewer gal
lons: wears longer."
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is Pleasant to
The finest quality of granulated loaf
sugar is used in the manufacture of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and the
roots used in its preparation give it a
flavo. similar to maple syrup, making it
quite pleasant to take. 'Mr. W. L. Rod
erick of Poolsville, Md., in speaking of
this remedy, says: "I have used Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy with my chil
dren for several years and can truthful
ly say it is the best preprration of the
kind'I know of The children like to
take it and it has no injurious after ef
feet. For sale by The R. B. Loryea
Drug Store, Isaae M. Loryea, Prop.
Senator'Smoot of Utah is not
having a very peaceful time in
the United State senate. The
women all over the whole coun
try want the senate to kick him
out-because he belongs to that
creed which believes in a plur
ality of wives.. The constitution
of the United States guarantees
a man religious liberty, and un
less it can be proven that Sena
tor Smoot is violating the law
against polygamy the petitioning
of the senate is a waste of time.
On general principles he ought
to be put out of the senate any
way, unless Utah women are
built on different lines from
those of other States. Any man
who can live and be at ease with
two women at the same time is
too strenuous for a sedate body
like the senate of the United
Cured of Piles After 40 Years.
Mr. C. Haney of Geneva, 0., had the
piles for 40 years. Doctors and dollars
could do.him no lasting good. DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve cured him perma
nently. Invaluable for cuts, burns,
bruises,sprains,lacerations, exzema, tet
ter, salt rhemn and all other skin diseas
es. Look for the name DeWitt on the
package-all others are cheap, worth
less, counterfeits. Sold by Thbe R. B.
Loryea Drug Store.
Don't ask us about "Fewer gallons;
Cures Blood aud Skin Diseases, Itching Hu
mors, Eczema, Scrofula, Etc.
Send no money-simply write and try Botanic
Blood Balm at our expense. A personal trial of
Blood Balm is better than a thousand printed
testimonials, so dont hesitate to write for a
fyosuffer from ulcers, eczema, scrofuila,
BlooI Poison. cancer, eating sores, itching skin,
pimples. boils. bone nains, saellings, rheuma
tism,. catarrh. or any blood or skin disease. we
advise you to take Botanic Blood Balm (B. B.
B.). Especially recommended for old. obsti
nate, deep-seated cases of malignant blood or
skin diseases, because Botanic Blood Balm (B.
B. B.) kills the poison in the blood, cures where
all else fails, heals every sore. makes the blood
pure and rich, gives the skin the rich glosw of
health. B. B. B., the most perfect blood puri
fier made. Thoroughly tested for 30 years.
Costs $1 per large bottle at drug stores. To
prove It cures. sample of Blood Balm sent free
by writing Blood Balm Co.. Atlanta, Ga. De
sribe trouble and free medical advice sent in
sealed letter. ;27This is an honest offer-med
icine sent at once. prepaid. For sale by The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
The News and Courier makes
an excellent point, in suggesting
that one conviction of a white
murderer will do more to comn
mand respect for law, than the
presentment of many violators
of the dispensary law. There
is not too much stress laid upon
the necessity to force people to
respect the dispensary law, but
there is not enough stress laid
upon the necessity of enforcing
the law against murder when
committed by those having
money or political influence. The
legislator who can devise a law
that will insure "good and law
ful men" upon our juries will
deserve a crown of laurels; our
method of securing jurors could
not have been better devised to
defeat justice, if the law had
been written by criminals them
selves, and until the system is
changed we can see no progress
toward law and order in South
Our general assembly is made
up largely of lawyers, most of
whom are of the briefless class,
and their priacipal work iu the
legislature is to amend the sta
tutes to suit some little case
they lost in a magistrate's court.
We are not opposed to lawyers
being in the legislature, a few
good ones are necessary, but
very few good lawyers will make
We should like to see in South
Carolina a Law and Order Socie
ty that will be composed of pa
triotic citizens who will select
from their number the best ]egal
talent to draft a jury law for
this State which will make peo
ple have a respect for all law,
and give an assurance of safty
to life and property. With such
a law presented to the General As
sembly, even the "shysters" will
not dare make opposition, to do
so, would expose their object in
seeking seats in that body.
tNotice to Teachers and Trustees.
The law requires teachers employed
in the public schools to register their
certificates in the office of the County
Superintendent of Education, and until
it is done Trustees warrants for salaries
will not be approved.
S. P. HOLLADAY,
' o. Supt. Education.
Ask the postmaster about"Fewer gal
Edicor The Mauning Times:
Farmers are nearly through with th:
harvesting of their various crops Cot
ton is far short of their expectatiorns
hut corn and potatoes have done well
We don't feel quite so happy as when
we wrote last, and the broad grin evek
ed by the prospect of a la.rQ co!on
erop with a big price haz dwaintl
down to a faint smile. Still we inust !e
thankful and that is suggested by Ie
uear approach of Thaiks;rivinlg. whf
the old ladies take the kitcheu ard the
ien to the woods.
There are pcnty of visitors i the
Thanksgiving and Christmas are
happy times when absent ones gather
about the old homesteads and family
reunions are the nr.tural order of
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Fairy and two
children of Texas are visiting their pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Fairey. is
Mrs. Arthur Bookhart of Elloree
visiting her parents, M.\1r. and Mrs. L.
Rev. Mr. Hubert will preach his fare
well sermon at Andrew's Chapel on the
irst Sunday in December. We mean
by this, lhis last sermon before the
meeting of Conference. It is the gen
eral wish of his friends that he be re
turned to this circuit, as he is greatly
beloved by not only his own congrega
tion, bnt those of the other denomina
Mr. Shuford Way,who has been quite
ill for some time is improving and it
is hoped that he will soon be restored
to permanent health.
The trustees of Panola Acad> my have
purchased patent desks for the school
thus encouraging and facilitatinz work
of the part of bottt principal and pupils.
The school under the management of
Mrs. S. P. Holladay is doing finely.
Ask your blacksmith about "Fewer
gallons; wears longer.
A Remarkable Case.
One of the most remarkable cases of
a cold. deep-seated on the lungs, caus
ing pneumonia,is that of Mrs. G~ertrude
E. Fenner, Marion, Ind., who was en-,
tirely cured by the use of One Minute
Cough Cure. She says: "The coughing
and straining so weakened me chat I
ran down in weight from 148 to 92
pounds. I tried a number of remedies
to no avail until I used One Minute
Cough Cure. Four bottles of this won
derful remedy cured me entirely of the
cough, strengthened my lungs and re
stored me to my normal weight, health
and strength." Sold by The R. B. Lor
yea Drug Store.
Bless Me, My Wife. My Son John, His Wife,
Us Four And No More.
Edior The Manning Times:
As there has been nothing from this
part of the county recently, 1 desire to
express my views upon the immigration
question now being agitated through
out the State. I cannot see what bene
fit the poor white man will receive by
immigrants coming here; admit that it
would increase the rent of land, would
not this nake the wealthy man wealth
ier, and the poor man poorer? Suppose
it increased the value of our lands,
would not that put it out of reach of
the man who has not a home? How
many young men here are renting their
homes with the hope of some day buy
ing? Can they buy homes if we flood
this country with immigrants? Can we
control that class of labor better than
the kind we have now? Let the same ef
forts be put forth to get rid of this easy
credit system, that is being used to
bring immigrants, and we can control
the labor we have. There are thousands
of dollars turned loose in mules, horses
and supp~les, which clogs the wheels of
labor, and keeps it uncontrolable; it
seems to me that fifty years more, with
the same increase of population we
have had in the past thirty five years,
immigrants would not be needed. Let
us remember those who are to live
here when we are gone, and give our
conscience some ufirest for having sold
the timber, and not try to crowd them
out with immigrants. I would be glad
for information as to how the poor
white man can be benefitted with im
Nov. 6. 1903.
Ask A. H. Breedin about"Fewer gal
Ions; wears longer.
The Tailor Bird.
The brilliantly plumed birds of the
trpcal forests are exposed to many.
dangers, and if they were not gifted
with peculiar yet useful instincts they
would fall ready victims to their ene
mies. Chattering monkeys and big
snakes steal and eat their eggs, while
their offspring are preyed, upon by
foes on every side. But it takes a sly ,
monkey or snake to get ahead of the
tailor bird, a small East Indian sing
ing bird. . She hides her nest so skill
fully that her enemies cannot find it,
no matter how hard they try. This
she does by using her long, slender
bill as a needle. With the tough fiber
Iof a parasite plant abundant in the
tropics as a thread she sews a dead
leaf taken from the ground to a liv
ing one near the end of a slender and
hanging .branch, and between these
leaves she builds her nest, where nei
ther monkey nor snake can approach,
because the b'ranch'will not bear their
Begs to announce to the people
of Clarendon County that it is
now in operation and respect
fully solicits their bank ac
THE NEW BANK begins its ca
reer believing that there is
ample room in Clarendon Coun
ty for another financial institu
We have spared no money in mak
ing our equipment as secure as
possible. Depositors have the
protection of a fire-proof vault
and a burglar-proof safe of the
highest make. You are invited
to call and see for yourselves
the protection we afford.
The following are our
J. A. WEINBERG, - President.
W. E. JENKINSON. Vice President.
J. LIDE WILSON, - Cashier.
J. A. WEINBERG, W. E. JENKIN SON,
F. P. EnvrN, M. M. KRASNOFF,
S. A. RIGBY.
Paid in Capital, $25,000.00.
JOS. F. RBAME. J. R. LESESNE.
HAME & LESESNE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
Bing- unr Job Work to The Timne affine.
W EAK LUNGS'
Afflict riany rien and Women and Lead to Pneumonia, Grip and Consump
tion, if the System Is not Kept in Healthy Condition
Strengthened with Duffy's Pure flait Whiskey.
Throat and lung troubles cause more deaths in this country than all other diseases
combined. Atleastonehalfcould be curediftaken intime.
Gentlemen-My lung trouble is two years old. I had
about eight or ten hemorrhages, which broke me down in
weight and strength. The last, in February, was the
worst of all, so that Ihonestly believed I could not live to
see another summer. When I commenced to take Duffy's
Pure Malt Whiskey my weight was 117 pounds; today I
sweigh 129 pounds, and have made good improvement in
every respect. I feel stronger from day to day and have
had no hemorrhage s e I commenced to use Duffys.'
GOTRE EBR Srnon a
We have thousands of such letters as these:
LUNGS AS STRONG AS EVER "
".Dear Sirs-Having suffered with weak lungs,
severe cough and loss of appetite, I tried nearly all
medicines, but without benefit. A few weeks ago
on advice I commenced the use of Duffy's Pure
Malt Whiskey. My appetiteimprovedalmost
immediately, my coughstoppedand my lungs
are as strong as ever; my strength has return
ed, and Ishall continue its use as a prevent
ive against all diseases." FLORENCE
WHITING, No. 1166C St., Washington, D. C.
DUFFY'SPURE MALT WHISKEY
cures consumption, coughs, colds, grip, bronchitis -pneumonia, catarrh, asthma, pleu
risy and all diseases of the throat and lungs; indigestion, dyspepsia and every form of
stomach trouble; malaria and all low fevers. it is an absolutely pure, gentle and in
vigorating stimulant and tonic; builds up the nerve tissues, tones up the heart, gives
power to the brain, strength and elasticity to the muscles and richness to the blood. It
orings into action all the vital forces and enables you to get from the food all the nour
ishment it contains. It is invaluable for overworked men, delicate women and sickly
children. It strengthcns and sustains the system; is a promoter of good health and
longevity, makes the old young and keeps the young strong. It is absolutely pure. con
tains no fusel oil, and is the only whiskey recogized by the Government as a medicine:
this is a guarantee.
CAUTION.-When you ask for Duffy's Pure Malt 'Whiskey be'sure you get the genalne.
Unscrupulous deales, mindful of the excellence of this preparation will try to sell you cheap Im.
Itations and inalt whiskey substitutes, which are put on the market for prftolad which,
fa rm eiving tme sick, are positively harmful, Demand "6Daffyt'"i ndlesuyou getit
It Is the only absolutely pure l'lalt Whiskey which contains medicinal, health giving ualti.
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey Is sold in sealed bottles only; never in flask or bulk& Look for the
trade-mark, the " O!d Chemist," on the label, and be certain the seal over the cork is unbroken.
Beware of refilled bottles.
Sold by all druggists and grocers, or direct, $1,00 a bottle. Interesting medical
booklet postpaid to any address. Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester, New York.
For sale in South Carolina at All Dispensaries.
Loans Made i I can lend Money on I Loan lade
on Real i Real Estate at reas- on Real
Estate. onable interest and E", t a t e.
on long time Call
on or write to me.
X. A.. 'VV I LTBE .Gr. Attorney at Law.
MA NN ING. S. C.
TO THE TIMES OFFICE.
E. C. HORTON. JR- - T. MITCHELL WELLS.j
NOV~rBER 2 TONOVEMBER 26.
Th FOR THANKSGIVING. Dr
9 The great October rush drewv heavlly upon our greatDr
Goods stock, but we have suffleetly replenished our stock of
@Dry Goods with the latest styles of the season, and now are well
equipped with thousands of yards of the latest importation of
all kinds of
8 Wool Dress Goods, Heavy Cotton Fab
rics, Mercerized Goods, Percales,e
@ Madras, Notions, Shoes, Underwear, o
Shirts, Boys' Clothing, Ladies'
The prices wve are offering on thiese-things for two weeks are
of such a nature that will ultimiately increase our bank account
__and g'ive vim tlo our salespeople.
S One solid case of Vieuna~ Cloth, Fleece Back. This is our
thirdcase of these goods this season; per yard Sc.
F ull 84x84 count Percales, in Red and Blue and Blacks; also
solid colors at 10c, others ask 12te for.
10-4 Grey Mixed Blankets, made at Elkin, N. C., for S3.49 the
pair. How's that for Thanksgiving offerings?
SGreat Black Dress Goods Sale, 8
Great Broadcloth and Manish Mixtures sale.
* Great line of Wool Suitings.
Great offerings in Shoes. Gos
Getofferings in all lines of Gos
8 NO TION S
Do you know thac this department comprises a world of
~things and in connection with this line we want to mention our
@ large stock of Underwear, bo.h Ladies', Children and Men,
Oh ildren's Union Suits at 50e Suit.
Mien's Fleece-Lined Shirts and Pants at 40e each, or 75e Suit.
Remember our Thanksgiving Sale will be tile greatest of all
orsales. and don't fail to attend.
I MUUA DRY GOODS COMPANYK2
NEW STORE. LEVI BLOCK.
Next door to S. L. Krasnoff's Furnituire Store.
LUHRMeNOH W. MINTER TURNER.
STATE OF 0U TH HAROLINA,
OmUftv et Glaren.n
COURT OP OMMOi PLEAS.
SusanI Hall. I 'lintifT,
Francis P. I'MOer :4 Robert M.
Decree for- Foreciosnre aind Sale.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
Judgment Order of the Con rt of Com
mon Pleas, in the above stated ac
tion, to me directed. bes ringr date
October :30, 1897, I will sell at public
auction, to the highest bidder,
at Clarendoma Court House, at
Manning, in said county. within the
legal hours for judicial sales, on Mon
day,the 7th day of Deceniber,1903.be
ing salesday. the followiug described
"All that tract or plantation of
land, containing twelve hundred and
forty-four acres, imore or less, situate
in the County of Clarendon in said
State, and bounded on the north by
lands of Mrs. Rosa I. Cooper; on the
east. by lands of the estate of Robert
Wheeler and lands of David Gamble;
on the south by lands of R. B. Gar-.
laud, Pierson & Brother and W. D.
Rhodes, and west by waters of Black
To be sold on the following terms,
to wit: One-half cash, the balance on
a credit of one year; interest from
day of sale at seven per cent. per am
num, to be evidenced by the bond of
the purchaser and a mortgage of the
premises, with privilege to pay cash.
Purelyvser to pay for papers.
J. ELBERT DAVIS.
Sheriff Clarendon County.
Manning, S. C., November 11, 1903.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Julia C. Corbett, Julia M. Corbett
and Mary B. Corbett, Plaintiffs,
Bessie L. Corbett, Illa J. Corbett,
James G. Corbett, Etta L. Cor
bett and Claude Corbett, Defend
Decree for Sale.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
Judgment Order of the Court of Com
mon Pleas, in the above stated ac
tion, to me directed, bearing date
October 30, 1903, I will sell at public
lie auction, for cash, to the highest
bidder, at Clarendon Court House, at
Manning, in said county, within the
legal hours for judicial sales, on Mon
day, the 7th day of December, 1903,
being salesday, the following de
scribed real estate:
"All that piece, parcel or tract% o,
land lying, being and situate is the
County of Clarendon and State
aforesaid, containing ninety acres,
more or less, and bounded on the
north by lands of the estate of M.
Levi; east, by the public road lead
ing from Paxville to Sumter and
lands of Isaac Conyers; scutb, by
lands of Jim Davis, and west by
lands of William Mahoney."
Purchaser to pay for papers. .
J. ELBERT DAVIS,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
Manning, S. C., November 11, 1903.
To the Public.
The lands and waters of suLbsriber
(swamp and uplands) have bee: posted
forbidding hunting (whether for' game
or stock) and fishing, and this no..ice is
recorded in Clerk of Court offce. [4t.
S. WARREN NELSON.
SgE DEsIRE TO INFOR1\
2 7f~,~; ~ ~well
2 '~ ~Chil
2 to o'
2of the best makers of
S A visit will be ver
in mutual benefit.
Not once did we dream that we would dispose of so many of the half
price Shoes (for Ladies', Misses' and Childreni) in so short a time, but it
seems as if the peop erally are beginning to appreciate a good thing
when they see it. So that very plainly explains why we have had such
great success for the first two weeks of our Bargain Sales.
On Monday morning of every week we will put out fresh goods, good
sizes and all sorts of odd styles, and the prices will be just half what it
Come quick and have your family fitted up for the winter before
they are picked over. Remember that such an opportunity to secure your
lot of Winter Shoes has never been offered in Manning before.
STREET AND TRIMMED HATS.
Tremendous assortment of Ladies' Hats in Trimmed and for street
wear, can be found in our Millinery Department.
Also a complete line of every kind of Ribbons in all the new shades,
in Taffety, Satin, Grograin, etc.
Penny Ribbon in every shade that is made.
Prices ranging from $1.50 to'$5. Also the Meierised Skirts in Gro:
grain Effect for $1.50, $2 and S2.50.
Dress Goods and Trhlimmings a Specialty.
The prettiest line of new Skirting ever shown in Manning.
Broadeloths, the very best quality, 52 inches wide, Seal Brown, Red,
Green, iight and'dark shades of Grey, Garnet, Black and Navy Blue, the
$1.25 kind; our price $1 a yard.
A Perfect Creation in Waistings,
The new Mercerized Waisting. The correct thing in Fleece-Lined
Waistings. All the new shades in Flannel Waisting.
Flannelettes, Percale and Teaseldown Waisting, Mercerized Cham-.'
bray Waisting, Silk, Plain and Brocaded. Waistings in every color.
One hundred yards of the 36-inch Black guaranteed Taffeta Silk for
Skirting, the original price $1.50; our price S1.25 per yard.
Our Notion Department is complete. We have everything that be
longs to that part of the home. Everything new in Combs, Belts, Stock
Fifty dozen Extra Heavy Ribbed Hose for Misses', absolutely fast col
ors. Case lot price 10e a pair, three pairs for 25c.
One case 50 dozen Knit Hose for Ladies, eolors Grey, Brown and
plain, the best ever made for the money; 10c, or three for 25e.
Fifty dozen Men's Heavy Knit Half Hose, worth 15e; our price while
they last three pair for 25c.
One case of Ladies' and Men's Hose and Half Ilose, regular 106 sell-,
ers; our price only Sc a pair, six pair for 25e.
Ladies' Hermsdorf Dyed Hose, 2r i a pair, the regular prices.
Men's Half Hose in the correct things for nice dress, 15, 25 and 50e a
Six thousand yards extra good 36-inch Brown Sheeting, 5e a yard.
Three thousand yards Checked Plaids and Striped Homespuns, good'
quality, fast colors, 5e a yard.
Five thousand yards good quality Drills, Unbleached, only 6Qe a yd..
Two thousavd yards extra quality Sheeting, better.than "Hiekory
at 10c a yard.
In our Gent's Furnishing Department you can find the latest ir.
everything for Men's Wear, and we are, as everybody knows, sole agents
SCHLQSS BRO.'S FINE CLOTHING,
made to measure'or ready-to-wear. Fits guaranteed in every Suit.
SSa . A. FR I G 8 Y.
I OUR CLARENDON FRIENDS THAT ~OUR SOKOF
and Furnishing Goods I
Men, Boys' and Children is ready
addition to the well-known makes
-e been handling, we have secured
rol for Sumterof the celebrated'
irt, Schaffner & Marx's
rery garment they make is sold with
ositive guarantee of satisfactory
to the purchaser. 2
e also have control of the followng2
-known makes in otherjlines:2
MPERIAL " BrandjIof Boys' and2
WX'S Stiff and Soft Hats.2
~WES' Celebrated:$3 Hats.
30SMOPOLITAN " Full D r e s s
ECLIPSE" Perfect-Fitting Negli
ery department of our store is fullI
erfiowing with the T~?~~A
Choicest Pr'oductions j
wearables for Men, Boys and Children.
y much appreciated, and result, we think, 8
Sumter, 5. C.