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LOLTIS APPET.A, Edi t.or.
MANNNIG. S. C., DEC. 2. 1903.
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Entered at the Postomcc at Manning as Sec.
ona Class matter.
EXPOSE THE MYSTERY, DOMINE.
Mr. Gresham is Indignant
Editor The Sumter Herald: In vour
issue of the 13th inst., you reproduce
from the columns of THE MANNINC
TIMES an anonymu? communication
about the recent meeting of the Santee
P.1Baptist Association, in which I am
held up to public contempt because I
dareL to allow my friends to propose
me as a man competent to fill the place
7, -Of Clerk of that Association.
I was not surprised to find the arti
cle in question in THE TnEs. nor did
I deem it necessary to notice it coming
from such a source: but I am surprised
that a paper of the standing of The
Herald should have stooped to repro
duce such an article.
I brand the charges therein made
against me as BASELY FALSE in every
particular and hold myself in readiness
to prove them so. I consider the writer,
"Attendant" beneath the notice of any
decent man, and worthy of the con
tempt which he willmost surely receive
if he ever dares to allow his identity to
Yours very truly,
G. T. GRESBAM.
Alcoln, S. C., Nov., 19th, 1903.
The above letter is taken from
the Sumter Herald of 27th, inst.,
and as the writer of it has seen
fitto refer to this newspaper in
a depreciating manner, we think
it proper to notice it, especially
so, since Mr. Gresham claims to
be a minister, and who is looked
upon a, such - by a. number of
people where T TIMES circu
lates. Mr. sham was enti
led to r to "Attendant" in
these umns, but he did not
t to do so. notwithstanding
the fact he -has always received
conrteous treatment at our hands.
Hs prefered to go off into ahaoth
er-.newspaper to denounce "At
-.tendant," and by implication, if
he mians by "such a source" a
personal reflection on us, indulge
n~~bslander. We have lived here
Ymnich longer'than has the Rev.
~G: T. Gresham, and when he
seeks to create a damaging im
pression by contemptuously re
ferring to us as "such a source"
'-or estimate of his sincerity is
very much lowered; but to treat
bhrn- fairly, we stand ready to
nmeasure' with his reverence,
atandig among our. fellowmen,
character. and. morality 4 and if
1 ambassador of peace and
99de will to all men" can pro
dueanything in our life which
is niotias good a~s his own, pres
vdentand past, then we will admit
* Ifeisecorrect -in refering to us as
~seh-a source." Because a mail
Miv~rs a long coat an~d face, ad
)~As to-be a preacher, does not
natehin any betters than other
nen engaged .in other callings,
and because- our life has been an
pen book, we resent reflections
~upon it from those whom we
d o not concede a re enti
'-ted to more respect than
eare. Mr. Gresbam is a corn
-parative stranger, and when he
:presumes to refer to a gentleman
as "such a source" he should
.have .t h e manhood to make
known what he means by such a
reflection, either in the public
prints, or to our face.
The article which appeared in
this'newspaper signed "Atten
Sdant" was sent to this office by a
gentleman, known to us as a re
sponsible man for many years, a
~-.man who stands high in his comn
- munity, and with such a courage
of his convictions, that had Mr.
Greshamn been anxious to have
his identity revealed we have no
doubt he would have been ac
-commodated, ,but it seems he
prefers the stabbing method, by
runnng to another point to attack
us with fimplied slander, when
z:we did him no harm. Referring
~to a gentleman of known integ
~ ity as "such a source," even a
'preacher may find it easy ~ to
write, but when it is up to him
to specify, his tongue stammers,
atid his hand is palsied. We
banter you Rev. G. T. Gresham
*to specify or stand convicted of
Ordinarily we would not give
heed to this implied slander
"such a source," but it emana
lates from a man who is a preach
er that we have always tried to
treat courteously, ahnd one who,
by his personal relations has
conducted himself towards us' as
'to belie what his slurring words
imnply. We therefore think it
Tproper to ascertain where to
place the man, whether he has
besn misled through misinforma
*tion,or if in a spirit of vexation he
has dropped the hypocrite'smask.
Mr. Gresham knows full well
that we did not write the article
-signed "Attendant," and he
'kniows that editors are not re
sponsible for the views of their
correspondents, and he also
.knows that editors frequently
are not in sympathy with what
apars in the communications
.in their papers, then why should
.he go out of his way to strike,
~and by implication-a contempt
-'tible method, slander us? We had
niothing to do with "Attendant"
except to print what he wrote,
'ut from what we have heard,
we can safely say we have no
.sympathy with any of those en
gaged in the embroilment at the
what was published by "Atten
dant" and what appeared as an1
ordinance of secession in the
South Carolina Baptist for the
other side is true. or only
partially true, we are glad
indeed to be on the outside. We
have always avoided getting
mixed up in church rows, obser
vation has taught us a church
row, so far as the effect is con
eerned, is worse than a drunken
brawl-a disgrace to religion
and a menace to society.
Rather than be messed up in a
church quarrel, where the pious
do not hesitate to openly reflect
upon the veracity of each other,
we would prefer taking a seat
high up on a stand-pipe, and
throw to the contending breth
ren on each side,a box of match
es to start a hell of their own:
that such weak, unholy, unsanc
tified, unpretending, sinful crea
tures like the editor of the news
paper referred to by the immac
ulate Rev. G. T. Gresham as
"such a source" may be left to
work out our own destiny with-,
out being led by would-be saints,
who would have the world be
lieve by preaching -Peace on
earth, good will to all men," but
run off, and with implied slander
try to damage a fellowman, that
they and their patrons have a
monopoly of morality, sanctity
We are very much pained atI
Mr. Gresham's course, and hope
he will see his error, however if
he knows anything which war
rants the "such a source" refer-!
ence, we urge him to uncover
the secret, that the world might
know it, and put us in our true
light; turn it loose that there
might be rejoicing among our
enemies on earth, and THEIR
friends in the regions below.
STATE OF OHIO. CITY OF TOLEDO. i
FRANK J. CHENEY makes oath that he is the
senior partner of the frm of F. J. CHENEY &
Co., doing business in the city of Toledo. county
and State aforesaid. andthut said firm will pay
the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for
each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by the use of HALLS CATARH C YRi.
FRA.*NK J. CHENEN.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my pres
ence, this 6th day of December. A. D. 1886.
. -I- A- W. GLEASON.
- SEAL 'Notary Public.
Hall*s Catarrh Cure is taken internally an
acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system. Send for testimnoials. free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. 0.
Sold by druggists. -5c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Col. W. J. Bryan is doing a
talking tour in Europe. He is
hobnobbing with the titled gen
try, and we would not wonder
when he returns to America to
hear him with a Cockney brogue.
Bryan is a great talker, a man
of wonderful phraze - making
power, but when it comes to
practical results so far as his
theories on financial matters are
concerned, he is fast presenting
himself as the picture of Don
Quixote in his contact with a
-What it Means.
We're tired of answeringr questions:
"Fewer gallons: wears longer' means
that you don't have to paint your house
so often, and you don't have to use so
much paint. Costs less for the job, and
you don't have to do the job so often.
The new paint is not new at al]. It's
the biggest-selling paint in the United
States, and the firm that makes it is 149
Devoe Lead and Zinc-Fewer gallons
th~n mixed paints, wears twice as longz
as lead and oil.
The -case ..of Henry Patrick
charged with the murder of his
wife, was tried in Bennettsville
last week, and resulted in con
viction with a recommendation
to mercy. Just how such a ver
dict can be reached is beyond
comprehension. Patrick w a s
charged with being drunk, going
home and finding his wife sitting
up in bed, he shot her, then cut
several gashes mn her throat. He
pleaded "accident," and while
the testimony in the case is not
published, we presume the proof1
was sufficient to convince the
jury h~e miurdered a helpless
woman, and that the killing was
not accidental. Then if it was1
not an "accident" and not " self
defense" and not done "in sud
den heat and passion" to make
it manslaughter, it must have
been murder which deserved the
death penalty. We presume the
jury took into consideration the
man was drunk when he com
mitted the crime, and if this be
the case, drunkardness is to be
regarded an extenuating circum
stance in a murderers favor.
Patrick is a white man and has
friends who no .doubt put in
some good work for him to save
Head About to Burst From Severe Bilious At
"I had a severe bilious attack and
felt like my head was about to burst
when I got hold of a free sample of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. I took a dose of them after
supper and tho next day felt like a new
man and have been happy ever since,"
says Mr. J. W. Smith of Juliff, Texas.
For biliousness, stomach troubles and
constipation these tablets h ave no equal.'
Price 25 cents. For sale by Tbe Rt. B
Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea,
Fourth Assistant Post Master
General Bristow's. report on the
postal -scandals is the greatest
exopse of official pilfering that
has ever emanated from a gov
ernmental investigation, and
there is going to be a vigorous
prosecution of all the parties
charged. The Democratic press
are making capital out of the re
sult of this investigation and
claim it wvill drive votes away
from the present administration.'
that it will be a tremendous lever
to pry the Republicans out of'
power. We do not agree with
such a conclusion, because the
corruption exposed has nothing
to do with the Roosevelt admin
istration, except insofar that un
der his administration the inves
tigations were made, and natur
obtained it will inure to the ben
etit of Roosevelt and his party.
and as the President seems to b
the head and front of the inves
tigation, those who have been
caught in the meshes of this in
vestigation may as well begin to
arrange their affairs, as Roose
velt will be unrelenting in his
efforts to put them in prison, and
the country will applaud his
eforts and accord to him the
title of "crime punisher.
RECTOR OF ST. LUKE'S
Ashburnham, Ontario, Testifies to the Good1
Qualities of Chamberlain's Cough Reme
Ashburnham, Ont., April 18, 1903--I
think it is onlv right that I should tell
vou what a wonderful effect Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy has produced.
The day before Easter I wrs so distress
with a cold and cough that i did not
think to be able to take any duties the
next dar.as iny voice was almost choked
by the cough. The same day I received
an order from you for a bottle .of your
Cough Remedy. I at once procured a
sample bottle, and took about three
three doses of the medicine. To my
great relief the cough and cold had
completely disappeared and I was able
to preach three times on Easter Day. I
know that this raoid and effective cure
was due to your Cough Remedy. I
make this testimonial without solicita
tion, being thankful to i..ve found
such a God-sent remedy
E. A. LANGFELDT, M. A.,
Rector of St. Luke's Church.
To Chamberlain Medicine Co.
This remedy is for sale by The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea.
Editor The Manning Times:
Thanksgiving has come and gone
again. Our folks spent the day dinig
and giving dinners.
Miss Daisy Witherspoon and brother,
Mr. Hugh, are spending their Thanks
giving at home. Miss Daisy is teach
ng in Salem; she brought Miss Con
vers Evans with her when she came.
Miss Mamie Heller is the guest of
her sister, Mrs. R. R. DuRant, Jr.
These young folks with others in the
neighborhood were entertained at
Flinch Friday evening by Mrs. James
Reaves in honor of Miss Duncan of
Heath Springs and Miss Lide of Mar
ion, who are visiting Mrs. Reaves.
Both of these charming ladies are
teaching in our county. It was re
marked during the evening how.many
teachers were present-just half being
those who are teaching or have taught.
It was very much enjoyed by all and
we hope for an opportunity to Flinch
Messrs. Siddie and Warren Burgess
are visiting relatives in the neighbor
Rev.*W. H. Mills visited friends here
Messrs. Eddie Muldrow and James
Witherspoon paid some of our girls a
flying visit Thanksgiving day. These
are two of Mayesville's-sports.
Mr. Editor, don't you think the
weather is cold enough? It makes one
feel hungry for sausages and other fresh
meat. Sure. Mike. X. Y. Z.
DuRant, S. C., Nov. 28, 1903.
Good for Children.
The pleasant to take and harmless
One Minute Cough Cure gives immedi-,
ate relief in all cases of Cough, Croup
and LaGrippe because it does not .pass
immodiately into the stomach, but
takes effect right at the seat of the~
trouble. It draws out the inflamation,
heals and soothes and cu~res permanent
ly by enabling the lungs to contribute
pure life-giving and life-sustaining oxy
gen to the bloodaad tissues. Dr. Arm
strong of Della, Tex., prescribes iT dai
lv and says there is no better cough
remedy nmade. Sold by The R. B. Lor
yea Drug Store.
Is Whifs Jug M.T.
Editor The Manning Times:
We are comfortably fixed here, and
are hav-ing a rousing good time. It
makes a fellow forget that there is any
hard-times at home. Our commissary
s simply fine. Our menu is a daily
variation of the following articles
which are actually on hand: Glnck,
venison, turkey, chicken, duck, squir
rel, partridges, raccoon and fish, rice
and hominy, biscuit. crackers, potatoes,
pound cake, jelly cake, cocoanut cake
and pies of all kinds. Gluck.
2 deer killed Saturday and 4 Monday.
Oh' we are in it and the natives here
are treating us white. I am requested
by the camp to tender you dur thanks
fr several copies of THE TnuEs which
was heartily welcomed. When we get
back will try and give you a few dots
and a venison steak.
Palmerville postoffice on the, borders
of Hell Hole, Berkeley, county, S. C.
- Kedol Dyspepsia Cure
digests all classes of food, tones and
strengthens the stomach and digestive
organs.- Cures dyspepsia, indigestion,
stomach troubles and makes rich red
blood, health and strength. Kodol Dys
pepsia Cure rebuilds wornout tissues,
purifies, strengthens and sweetens the
stomach. Gov. G. W.'Atkinson of W.
Va.. says: "I have used a number of
bottles of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and
have found it to be a very effective
and, indeedl a powerful remedy for
stomach ailments. I recommend it to
my friends." Sold by The R. B. Loryea
Honor Roll of the Summerton Graded Schol
Grade 1-Janet Felder. Katherine
Capers, Vernon Ross.
Grade 2-Emmala Capers.
Grade 3-Joseph Rutledge.
Grade 5-Ellison Capers, Edward
Grade 6-Cannors Gentry, Annie
Rutledge, Bennie Shirer. Percy Ten
Grade 7-Cora CanteyChristine Cos
krey. Sadie Ellis. Daisy Fischer. Jen
nie Furse, Daisy Martin, Nora Nelson,
Zillie Richbourg, Etta Scarborough..
Grade 8-Hettie Rlichbourg,Irvine Bel
Grade 9-Kate Cantey, Lola Brown,
Grade 10-Sallie Anderson,Alma Fel
der. Louise Richbourg.
One Hundred Dollars a-Box
is the value H. A. Tisdale, Summerton,
S. C,, places on DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve. He says, "I had the piles for 20
years. I tried many doctors and medi
cies, but they all failed except De
Witt's Witch 'Hazel Salve. It cured
me.' It is a combination of the heal
ing properties of Witch Hazel with an
tiseptics and emolents; r~elieves and
p~ermanently cures blind, bleeding,itch
ing and protruding piles, sores, cuts,
brises exzema, salt rheum and all skin
diseases. Sold by The I. B. Loryea
a MN Young Men
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E WRITE TO-DAY TO
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uffyJsurs alfiWR iskeyJ
LOOK FOR THIS TRADE-MAR X ON EVERY BOTTLE. . .
MEDICINE FOR ALL MANKIND.
Mr. Elias Hartz, widely known in Reading, Pa., asthe goosebons prophet, says: "I
have been taking Duirv's Pure Malt Whiskey for a number of years as my only stimulant
and tonic. I am now 87 years old, hale, hearty, and as vigorous as a man of forty, and
have every reason to believe I will live to a much riper old age if I can always have a sup
ply of Duh'y's Pure Malt Whiskey, which is my only medicine. I ne-:er bave colds or
indigestion, or any organic trouble. I know that it is your valuable whiskey that has kept
me so free from sickness. 1 was troubled with insomnia before I used it, but now I can
ceep as restfully as a baby. I feel no weakness from my old age, and I heartily recom
mend Duly's Pure Malt Whiskey to anyone who wishesto keep strong, youngandvvorous.
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey contains no fusel oil and is the only whiskey recognized
by the Government as a medicine: this is a guarantee.
CA I On.-When ou ask for Duf Is Pure Malt Whiskey be sure you get the
genuine. Unscrupulous aeaiers, mindl of the excellence of.this preparation, will
tyt llyon cheap imitations and mamlt whiskey substitutes,,which are put on the
Uarket for profit only, and which, far from releving the sick, are positively harmful.
Demand "Duffy's" and be sure you get it. It is the only absolutely pure Malt Whiskey
which contains medicinal, health giving q ualities. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
it sold in sealed bottles only: never in flask or bulk. Be certainthe 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 can lend Money on ]Loans Made
on Real | Real Estate at reas- on .Real
E st a t e. onable interest and st a t e.
on long timne Call
on or write to me.
A., W37 EIN BE .G-, Attorney at Law.
MA NNING., S. C.
TO THE TINES OFFICE.
' E. C. HORTON, JR. T. MITCHELL WELLS.
Ilhree More ofWeeksl
8 .Till christmas,
SAnd we know that there will be thousands ofdallars worth of mer'
Schandise to pass into the hands of the consumer it1 that short time, 9
for wc have large quantities that we certainly must turn into the
Shard cash, so you will do yourself well to come hcre to do your trad
Sing? for Christmas.
a ind yon will be happier for Christmas with a new dress mnade up by a
Sstvliih dressmaker from the new store--MUTUA L."
Three new lots of the yard-wide Black Taffeta Silk at these @
p~rices for three weeks: 85c. $1 and $1.25 the yard, guaranteed, and
we know it is cheaper than our competi-.ors sell it for.
New lot of those Double Patent Leather Belts in Black and Red. 9
. Special sale price 15c. They will cost you regular 25c.
A The stamp of "Queen Quality" on a Ladies' Shoe means Merit.
W We have just gotten some new sizes in this famous Shoe for Ladies, -
@ and if you ate a "Queen Quality" Shoe wearer you are our custom
Sers al ways.
S The Crossett Shoes are great Shoes for Men and Boys too. Try
a pair them, $2.50 to $. .
Men's Pants and Boys' Clothing. ~
S It is a fact sure and steadfast that we carry the best line of Gent's
SPants, Boys' Knee Suits and separate Pants iu this community, and
we are offering some great values in these lines for the H-oliday trade. W
S Get our prices on all kinds of Underwear and you surely will save
money. Yours to please.
IMUTUAL DRY GOODS COMPANY.:
@ NEW STORE. LEVI BLOCK.
Next doore to S. L. Krasnoff's Furniture Store.
LUTHER McINTOSH. W. MINTER TURNER.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Susan Hall, Plaintiff,
Francis P. Cooper and Robert M.
Decree for Foreclosure and 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, 1897, I will sell at public
auction, 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,be
ing salesday, the following described
"All that tract or plantation of
land, containing twelvd hundred and
forty-four acres, more 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
land, 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 an
num, to be evidenced by the bond of
the purchaser and a mortgage of the
premises, with privilege to pay cash.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
J. ELBERT DAVIS,
Sheriff Clarendo'n 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
i 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
1 day, the 7th -day of December, 1903,
being salesday, the. following de
scribed real estate:
"All that piece, parcel or tract of
land lying, being and, situate in the
County of Clarendon- and State
aforesaid, cojtainiag ninety acres,.
more or less, and bounded. on the
north by lands of the estate of M.
Levi; east,'by the public road Jead
ing from Paxllie .to Sumter -and
lands. of Isaac -Conyers; south, 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.
All persons are forbidden to trespass
on the Frierson, Reese, Lang and
Quackenbush lands in Santee Township
in Clarendon County.
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Not once did we dream that we would dispose of so many of the half
price Shoes (for Ladies', Misses' and Children) in so short a time, but it
seems as if the people generally 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, Grogiain, etc.
Penny Ribbon in every shade that is.made.
Prices ranging from $1.50 to $5. Also the Mercerised Skirts in Gro
grain Effect for $1.50, $2 and $2.50.
Dress Goods and Trimmin gs a Specialty.
The prettiest line of new Skirting ever shown in Mannin.
Broadeloths, the very best quality, 52 inches wide,.Seal .rown, Red.
Green, iight and dark shades of Grey, Garnet, Black and Navy Blue, the
$1.25 kind; our price $1 a yard.
. A Perfect Creatiol ini Waistings.
The new Mercerized Waisting. The- correct thing in Fleee-Lined
Waistings. All the new shades in Flannel Waisting..
Flannelettes, Percale and Teaseldowri Waisting,'Mercerized Cham
bray Waisting, Silk, Plain and Brocaded. Waistings in every color.
One hundred yards of the 36-inch-Blaekgaaranteed Taffeta Silk:for
Skirting, the original price 81.50; our price 81.2.5 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
. F eOSIERY HOSIERY.
Fifty dozen Extra Heavy Ribbed Nose 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;f 10c. or..three for 25.
Fifty dozen Men's Heavy Knit Half-Hose, wortt 15e; our price while
they last three pair for 25c.
One case of Ladies' and Men's Hose and Half Ilose, regular 10e sell
ers: our price only 5e a pair, six pair for 25c. .
Ladies' Hermsdorf Dyed Hose, 25c a pair, the regular prices
Men's Half Hose in the correct things for nie6 dress, 15, 25 and 50e i
Six thousand yards extra good 36-inch Brow%,Sheetiug5 a-yard
Three thousand -yards Checked. Plaids and Striped\Homespuns, good ,
quality. fast colors, 5e a yard. -
Fi-ve thousand yards good quality.Drills, Unbleached, only - a yd
Two thousavd yards extra quality Sheeting, better than 'Hickory
at 10e a yard.
In our Gent's~Furnishing Departmnent you can find, the latestn
everything for Men's Wear, and we are, as everybody knows, sole agents
SCHLOSS BRO.'JS FINE CLOThING ,
made to measure or ready-to-wear. Fits guaranteed ia evely Suit..
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[ -OUR CLARENDON FRIENDS THAT O'UR SOKO
and Furnishing Goods C
Men, Boys' and Children is ready
a addition to the well-enown makes
ye been handling, we have secured -
trol for Sumterlof'~the'cele~brated
art, Schaffner & Marx's
Suits and Overcoats.
very garment they m-akelis sold with 2 '
yositive guarantee of satisfactory2
,r to the purchaser.2
e also have control of the followng2
-known makes in otherilines:
IMPERIAL " Brand~Iofi.Boys' and2
NOX'S Stiff and Soft. Hats.2
AWES' Celebrated 83 Hats.2
COSMOPOLITAN " Full D r e s s2
ECLIPSE "; Perfect-Fitting Negli- .
very department ofjour store is full 2
verfiowing with the 2 '2FNE C
'wearables for Men, Boys and Children.
:-y much appreciated, and result, we think,
.5umter, 5. C.