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MANNING, S. C., APRIL 6, 1904.
Publishes All County and Town Of
ficial Advertisements. h
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.
Manning Street Car Schedule. at
Leave Central Hotel corner 9:00 a. m. and 6:4t tb
p. ni. for the passenger trains. and the car will
also meet the freight trains. Arrangement t
have been made with the agent at depot to tele ;r
phone when freight trains are approaching i,
Fare. 10 cents each way.
Prices Speak Aloud While Brag Only Whispers
Five thousand yards of 27-inch wide at
Figured Lawns. well worth 7c. but you r2
get these at our great House Warming H
Sale at .5c.
Two thousand yards of Sea Island im(
Homespun. 3I yards wide, only 5c.
A large line of yard-wide Percales at PI
1Oc. worth 1 2-c.
Ladies' nice Hemstitched Lawn
Handkerchiefs at 3e, or two for 5c. th
Still a large lot of those cheap Pearl .e
Buttons on hand at 2c dozen. te:
Come. Gent's. and we will show you an
the cheapest and best line of fine Spring ar
Clothing ever shown in this town. Also 10,
a nice line of Gent's Pants.
A large line of Gent's 'Negligee br
Shirts, Collars. Hats, Neckties and ch
Gent's Furnishings. le
Ladies. remember that our Millinery St
line is the largest and strongest we
have ever shown at this season of the
year. Don't select your spring hat un
til you see what we can do for you.
It will pay the ladies to see the splen
did line of White Lawn Waists and
Skirts we have to offer. se
In short. our store is chock full of big mn
bargains of every kind. s
Give us a call when you come to town. st
W. E. JENKINSON.
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Dr. George A. Dick was elected a
,Mayor of Sumter.
Mrs. J. G. Slaughter and daughter
have gone to Mullins on a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. P. Sprott of m;
Foreston spent yesterday in ?Manning. ho
It is reported that Hon. Jas. Norton is1
will oppose Scarborough for Congress. e:
Mrs. S. A. Harvin of Privateer is vis- at
iting her father Mr. W. Scott Harvin. le
Jack Frost visited Manning yesterday is
morning and took a bite at early vege
Mr. Ashley Avant, Summerton's busy
bee spent several hours in town this
Miss Lulye Harvin and friend, Miss w
Cannon of Orangeburg spent Easter in
Rev. A. N. Brunson preached an able
Easter sermon last Sunday to a large
Some of the graded school children it;
spent a very pleasant day at Brewing- oc
ton last Friday. co
Mr. J. J. Croswell. the 'route agent s
for the Southern express company spent le
today in Manning. b
'Dr. J. T. Stukes of Loyd Fla., is in P
Manning visiting his parents Mr. and ar
Mrs. J. T. Stukes- kc
Mr. L. M. Ridgewav of Charleston is arx
visiting his brother Mlr. C. T. Ridge-B
way near Foreston.
Mrs. Ella Butler of Chattanooga, w
Tenn., is at Silver visiting her brother in
Mr. M. C. Butler,.c
Miss Ada Bagnal, who has been quite ~
ill, is convalescent and was auble to be
riding out yesterday.
Dr. J. M. Fladger's condition is not 0
at all satisfactory, and he was taken to
Sumter this morning'.t
Mr. Ingram Wilson came home from at
Wofford college quite sick, but we are t
glad to say he is recuperating. d
-There will be preaching at Fellow- tl
ship church next Sunday at 4:00 p. m. a1
Rev. M. A. Connors will preach. t
Johnny Weeks, a sailor in the United
States Navy, arrived in Manning last di
night on a visit to his sister. Mrs. R. L- re
Among the newly announced' candi-b
dates this week is Mr. B. D. Hodge whod
is soliciting support for the ottice ofd
Miss Pet Wilson of the Presbyterian IC
college for .women. spent Easter at h
- Mr. J. D. Gerald is hauling the ma
terial for a handsome residence on 1:
Brooks street near the Presbyterian t:
A tenant house on the farm of Mr. J. e
W. McLeod was destroyed by fire last
Thursday, and the tenant lost every- ar
thing in the house.w
Hon. A. Markley Lee, of the law a
firm of Smnythe, Lee and Frost of Char
leston, spent last Thursday in Mannmng tl
on professional business,.
The town election comes off next
Monday and the voters will have to
choose between men instead of issues. s
So it is a case of playing the game of C
blind mn's buff.
Owing to the indisposition and a a
~~rat deal of important work outside of 1<
- ewspaper office this week, the b
r has not been able to give asv
of his attention to the paper as a
the candidates column will be seen
ards of Mr. Archie L. Barron and
r. H. Timmons of Manning, and
Tharles M. Mason of Foreston, an
ring themselves as candidates for
flice of clerk of court.
B. MIouzon is moving his grocery
e store formerly occupied by Mr.
Crasnoff. The store he formerly
>ied was too small for his increas
*usiness, and now with larger quar
-?e will 'be better able to handle,
Peters lodge after balloting upon
20O applications last Wednesday
ng, sat down to a magniticently
* red oyster supper. Nlr. A. J.
- e served the supper and wve wvill
rhe cannot be excelled any where.
* sters were fine and Harry Lesesne
~didates cards for publication .in
aper must be accompanied with
~e have no credit or gratis list in
usiness. The man who has not
enough in his candidacy to pay
for the publication of his an
ement in this newpaper, had bet
ek some other means of making
*are anxious for correspondents
every section of the county, but
*we "can publish their communi
; they must be in printable shape.
-desk is one signed "C," which is
-llv spelled, and its sentences so
l'that it would take more time
:e have to spare to edit it, and if
ze to present it to our readers as
received the writer would never
Sus. We therefore decided not
Dr. Lionel C. Stukes was S aledicto
an of the graduating class of the
>uth Carolina Medical College of
1arleston, which graduated last Mon
, night. The young man took a very
gh stand at the college, and won
any friends outside. Dr. Stukes is in
anning now, but as yet he has not
cided where he will locate. as he has
ed quite a number of inducing offers.
Fewer gallons: wears longer: Devoe.
S. L. Krasnoff the furniture man is
in to snuff' by taking advantage of
e crowds going to the "openings" to
tract attention to his elegantly ar
nged windows. He had placed upon
.e window floors silver dollars, and
uck about the crockery and glassware
,eenbacks of all denominations.
cerybody stopped looked, lingered
id longed fcr some of that "long
-een" and Uncle Sam's "punks.,
"I have used Chamberlain's Stomach
,d Liver Tablets with most satisfacto
results," says Mrs F. L. Phelps.
>uston, Texas. For indigestion, bil
snes constipation these tablets are
)st excellent. Sold by The R. B.
>ryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea,
Dimple Alsbrook, recently a pupil of
e Columbia college, fell backward
sterday afternoon while climbing a
rrace on the State 1T&:nse grounds
d sustained a fracture of her right
m very near the shoulder. Drs. Tay
and McIntosh, who were summoned,
ministered chloriform and set the
oken limb. She is a bright, vivacious
ild and her friends will regret to
tin of the unfortunate accident.-The
ate, April 5.
Inflammatory Rheumatism Cured.
William Shaffer, : brakeman of Den
ion, Ohio. was contued to his bed for
veral weeks with in1ammatory rheu
atism. "I used many remedies," he
vs. "Finally I sent to McCaw drug
are for a bottle of Chamberlain's
tin Balm, at which time I was unable
use hand or foot, and in one week's
ne was able to go to work as happy as
clam." For sale by The R. B. Lor
a Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryea,Prop.
The registered vote of this town is
5. the largest registration ever yet
ade and in all probability we will
ye the largest poll on the. 11th inst.
man can vote without having a reg
:ration certificate and this must be
:hibited to the managers. The race
ll be a harum scarum one, as there
e so far none of the candidates have
t the voters know how they stand. It
a case of blind faith so far as the
ters are concerned, a very poor and
isafe arrangement in our opinion.
No Gloss Carriage Paint Made
ill wear as long as Devoe's. No others
,e as heavy bodied, because Devoe's
eigh 3 to S ounces more to the pint.
ld by Manning Hardware Co.
A Gala Occasion.
Panola had another one of its great
te days last Saturday, and made good
reputation for kind hospitality. The
casion was the inspection of the two
mpanies of cavalry by C>lonel Pat
::k, Assistant Adjutant General, as
;ted by Captain Gilmore, U3. S. Artil
e. The battalion was commanded
Major A. J. Richbourg and the com
nies by Captains Henry Richardson
d J.~ D.' Hoyle. Company A,
jown as the Hampton Light Dra
ons, had four commissioned officers
d tirty-nine privates, and Company
known as the Connor Mounted Ri
s, had four commissioned officers and
et-seven men. The entire battalion
s well mounted and made an impos
g appearance. The inspecting olli
rs took their positions in front of the
inola Academy and as the companies
Lsed in review with an immense
rong of beautiful women in the back
ound, the picture was an inspiring
Le. The inspecting officers, aided by
ajor Richbourg,. made an inspection
the arms and mounts, after which
.e companies went into a nearby field
id manoevered in the marching tac
s, being brought up again to battal
n front: the command was briefly ad
,essed by the inspecting officers, and
en dismissed, which g-ave the soldiers
opportunity to join in the happy
trong and make merry with their
The crowd nnmbered about six hun
red, and nearly every section was rep.
~sented-it was a great big picnic.
he young folks captured the floor of
te Panola academy, and to the music
v- the Touchberry band enjoyed the
nee, while the older ones greeted
tch other in social chat. The dinnei
nder the supervisor of Colonel Brails.
rd was served in elegant style; we
ae never eaten a finer barbeque or
rish-ste'v and the service was perfect,
c~t even giving any one a chance to cut
e writer out of his dinner.
Everybody enjoyed the day immense
r, and it is a source of pride to statt
iat we do not believe there is in all o:
outh Carolina a handsomer body o:
Len than the soldiery of Clarendor
If it were not fear on our part t<
Lake Colonel Brailsford blush, we
-ould say that his kindly ministrations
d handsome appearance added ver:
iuch to make the occasion enjoyabli
oth to the galaxy of lovely women anc
ae men, because he was here, there
nd everywhere seeing to it that al
ad a good time.
The church ladies too did a nobl<
arvice for their church, by serving
akes, fruits, ice cream end lemonade
nd we understand that their sales wer<
erv satisfactory. This branch of thi
fifir was more'like a fair, with a fi'
yt of pretty solicitors seeking to
.iding places of the coin of the realm
therewith they could raise money fo:
w orthy cause. Did we have the spa'.
re could wvrite continuously on ou
ubject, for their is much room to pa;
Every farmer knows tha
sme plants grow better thai
>thers. Soil may be the sami
md seed may seem the sam<
ut some plants are weak an<
And that's the way wvit1
:hildren. They are like youn
Dlants. Same food, same home
same care but some grow biL
and strong tyhile others sta
small and weak.
Scott's Emulsion offers a
' sy way out of the difficult
chhild weakness often mean
starvation, not because of lac
f food, but because the foo
oes not feed.
Scott's Emulsion really feed
nd gives the child growin
Whatever the cause of weal
iss and failure to grow
Sott's Emulsion seems to firn
the people high praise for their enter
taining qualities. On these occasions
no one is a stranger. as everybody is
brought in close commumion with as
fine a people as the world possesses,
and the contact brings out the gener
ous, noble impulses of true ladies and co
The drive from here to Panola was I l
made by way of Summerton, and the
improvements along the road is aston- Co
ishing. The farms on every side show
that the farmers are no longer content T
to drag behind in the procession of
progress. The town of Summerton, cie
but recently a small villiage, is now a the
busy mart with all the evidences of
prosperity, and continuous growth. The -
roads are in excellent condition, and
the sight is one which brings gladness
There is said to be a printing office in I .
Southern Minnesota that is opened by
prayer every morning. This is a rare f
exception to the general rule, as from a
time immemorial it has been the cus
tom for the printing office to be opened =
by the devil.
Saved Two From Death.
"Our little daughter had an almost
fatal attack of whooping cough and
bronchitis," writes Mrs. W. K. Havil
and, of Armonk. N. Y.. "but, when all
other remedies failed, we saved her
life with Dr. King's New Discovery.
Our niece, who had Consumption in an
advanced stage, also used this wonder
ful medicine and today she is perfectly
well." Desperate throat and lung dis- Lo
eases yield to Dr. King's New Discov- Re
erv as to no other medicine on earth. .
Infallable for Coughs and Colds. 50c
and $1.00 guaranteed by The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store. Trial bottles free.
Farmers' Meeting. De
The regular meeting of the farmers
association was held in the court house
last Saturday. The attendance was ST
fairly good considering the busy season
Addresses were made by Capt. D. J. su
Bradham and Mr. Jas. E. Kelly, both sta
of which were instructive. It was or- am
dered that the local clubs request their A
statictical reporters, to gather up the
agricultural statistics and report same
to the next regular meeting.
The meeting was presided over by
Hon. E. R. Plowden president and J.
M. Montgomery acted as secretary.
The following clubs were represented:
Harmony R. D. Thompson, J. G.
White. Manning J. C. Barrett, R. F.
Ridgeway. Brewington J. A. Burgess.
Plowden's Mill J. M. Montgomery.
Paxville J. W. Touchberry.
The progress of this organization is
gratifying, and by next buying season,
it is hoped the farmers will be in a con
dition that they can make their de
mands respected by those at home and
abroad. It is expected to begin the or
ganization of a State association early
this coming fall, so that its work will Lo
be shaped up in time to take action at Re
the beginning of the year. Ca
S. I. Till, Levi block.
The Furniture Man, Levi Block. [tf. Ca
Laces and Embroideries all kinds at Su
Gent's Straw and Soft Hats all styles
nd prices at Rigby's.
You can find anything you want in
Spring Goods at Rigby's.
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best. B
The R. B. Lorvea Drug Store.th
Readers should watch Rhamc's drug
Istore advertisment every week.
Five dollar premium ticket free for M
the asking at Rhame's drug store. [
Plant Wood's tested and true Wheat a
Seed. The RI. 13. Loryea Drug Store.
Schloss Bros. & Co.'s Clothing is the
most up-to-date on the market at Rig
Found-A key on a horse shoe ring,
the owner can have it by calling at this
cash price. R. D. Clark, at People's
To Rent-A two story dwelling, good
location. Terms apply to I. C. Ingram
Manning Hotel. .
D. O. Rhame has a special advertisa
met in this issue which if obeyed may
save many doctors bills.
For Sale-A fine plantation within 3
miles of Manning, well equipped with
buildings. The terms can be had by Ft
applying to this office.
For Sale-167 acres of land in Har
mony township, adjoining lands of You
mans and Nelson, said tract has about
75 acres cleared, with a four room ten
ant house. Particulars apply to this Ce
A fine opportunity to-uy a well im
prved place containing 200 acres within
one mile of the courthouse, containig a
comparatively new residence, with sa
splendid outbuildings, and 5 good ten
ant houses. For particulars and price
call at THE MANNING TIMES office. Cl
thcontyd--pca Representative in m
tis conyadadjoining territories, to
Irepresent and advertise an old estab
lished business house of solid financial
standing. Salary $21 weekly, with Ex- A~
penses advanced each Monday by check
direct from headquarters. Horse and
buggy furnished when necessary: posi- A
tion permanent. Address Blew Bros.
& Co., Monon Bldg., Chicago, Ill. 2S-6t
To D. 0. Rhame, Druggist, Summer
ton, S. C.
Dear Sir:-I have been suffering frcm
LRheumatism and Lumbago eighteen
(1) years, and during that time tried
several Doctors, and took some of all of
the different remedies I ever heard of
but got no real benefit. Finally, learn
ing that Rhame's Rheumatism PRemedy
had cured many others, I tried it. As
an eidnce of my gratitude for the
remedy which benefitted me so much,j
I wish to relate my experience to, all
twho may be troubled with Rheumatism.:
S(Signed) F. H. CHEWNING.
16-13t Silver, S. C.
I have in hand some money to lend
I on reasonable terms.
.Apply to the undersigned.
JOSEPH F. RHAME,
Attorney at Law.
Manning, S. C.
Sorthoriis & Berkshires.
We have booked orders for many of
our Pigs for spring delivery, but still
have a fine selection now ready for ship
Sment. Our Berkshires are the finest.
Do you wvant a fine young Shorthorn
Bull or some Heifers? Perhaps it is a
bred cow that you want. We shall be
spleased to supply your wants.
A1erman Stoch~ Farm,
ALCOLU, S. C.
B estie - h idYou Havie Always Bought
CLERK OF COURT.
IEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for Clerk of Court of Clarendon
Ltv. subject to the rules of the Democratic
nary. ARCHIIE I. BARRON.
IEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for re-election to the office of Clerk of
irt, subject to the rules of the primary.
J. H. TLMMONS.
D THE VOTERS OF CLARENDON CO.:
Upon the solicitations of iriends I hereby
ounce myself a candidate for the position of
rk of Court for Clarendon County, subject to
rules of the Democratic primary.
C. M. MASON.
EREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for Sheriff of Clarendon County. sub
to the rules of the Democratic primary.
L. L. WELLS
NNOUNCE MYSELF A CANDIDATE for
the office of Sheriff, subject to the rules of
Democratic party. I was born and reared
,larendon and have always endeavored to be
orthy citizen in private as well as public
E. D. HIODGE.
OF THE CONDITION OF THE
ank of Summerton
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS
March 31st, 1904.
ins and discounts .............. $36.437 38
i estate. safe and fixtures.......... 2,65 87
h and due us by other banks....... 8.762 42
discount ............................. 12.000 00 .
fits, net............................ 1.638 24
posits---- -....... ..---------.---....... 19.216 43
TE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. +
Clarendon County. 1
Richard B. Smyth. Cashier of the Bank of
nmerton. do solemnly swear that the above
tement is true to the best of my knowledge
belief. RICHARD B: SMYTH.
worn to before me. this 31st day of March.
D. :+0 t.
J. E. TENNANT.
.Notary Public for S. C.
C. M. DAVIS.
A. L. LESESNE.
OF THE CONDITION OF THE
ANK OF MANNING
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS
MIARCH 31, 1904.
ans and discounts........197,560 87
al estate and furniture... 6.139 26
sh and amount due us by
ether banks............... 33.841 32
pital stock...............S 40,000 00
-discount............... 6,000 00
'plus and profits......... 35,561 23
posits................ 155,980 22
- 2.37.541 45
iTE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
CLARENDON COUNTY- I
.JOSEPH SPROTT, Cashier of The
nk Manning, do solemly swear that
above statement is true to the best
n knowledge a:ad belief.
worn to before me this 31st day of
rch, A. D. 1904.
. S.] . otr J. T. STUKES,
NoayPublic for S. C.
. E. BROWN,
of the condition of the
ank of Clarendon5
MANNING, S. C.,
at the close of.- business
LW~Zar"Oi 81, 1904
ans and discounts.......832,382 33
rniture and fixtures......-1,063 53
sh on hand and due by
)ther banks..............25,919 97
,pital stock..............$825,000 00
t profits................. 1,126 56
mposits................. 33,239 27
'ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
[, J. L. Wilson, cashier of Bank of
arendon, do solemnly swear that the
ove statement is true to the best of
e- knowledge and belief.
J. L. WILSON.
Sworn to before me this 1st day of
E. B. BROWN,
~ts: Notary Public for S. C.
S. A. RIGBY,
FRANK P. ERVIN,
We invite the commu
nity to call in and inspect
our new enterprise, and
would especially ask theI
housekeeperS to call.
It is our purpose to ca -_
ter to the delight of the
Summerton, S. C.
For Chronic Coughs.
When any affection of the throat, bronchials or
lungs has passed the acute stage, and still clings
4 stubbornly, what is needed is a constitutional rem
Emulsion of Cod. Liver Oil with
This remedy has a specific action on the cells and
tissues of the air passages. It cures the serious
lung troubles that nothing else will cure. Equally
good for all wasting diseases or for lowered vitality
from any cause. It usually helps from the very
t Two sizes 50c. and $1.
There kinds of cough remedies which are as bad
as the coughs they are intended to cure. They stop
the cough sometimes, but they do it by doing just
what a cough cure should not do and that is to dry
up the secretions and to stifle the cough by means
A real cough cure should stimulate the secre
tions, heal the inflamed surface, and 'ure by re
moving the cause.
cures in the right way. It has been curing coughs
for years, and we know of no way in which it could
Rheumatism Driven Out.
Rheumatism is a blood disease and the only way
to cure it is to eradicate from the blood the poison
which produces it. No remedy is quite so sure to
do this as
It does double duty-neutralizes the uric acid in
the blood and supplies the body with tissue vit
izing elements needed to make pure blood and
build strength and energy. Whether rheumatism
attacks one joint or the whole system, this remedy
cures and does it rightly and permanently. We
Price, $1 a Bottle.
Summerton, S. C.
SPRING OFFE RINGSI
The purchasing public must appreciate the sharpness
of competition in the dry goods line in the city of Man
ling, and be impressed with what it means to a merchant
who can, not only enter this race for trade, buf, by is
selections and prices maintain a commanding position in
the contest. -_ .. m
My friends in Clarendon and adjoinig counties. I
have endeavored more to merit your confidence than I
have to win your money by catchy inducements. It has
always been my desire to build up and maintain a trade
relation of the substantial kind, and to do this there can be
no misrepresentation and every customer must be treated
In the purchasing of my spring stock I largely de- C
pended upon one of my assistants, Miss Hattie Bagnal,
who is not only intelligently qualified1 to judge of the
styles and fashions. but displays the best of taste, to aid
me, in order that I would be sure to please the most fas
Now, I earnestly invite my lady friends to take a look
at the latest creations in
Satin a Ruban
Of course these are only a few lines in dry goods. I
keep everythuii' in that department, and if my prices are
not as low as the lowest elsewhere, then I do not ask your
patronage. I do not offer one artielo at a below cost price
and make double thc profit on somethimg else.
This department is where my experience as a mer- E
chant manifests itself. I know a good shoe, and to retain
trade I must sell a good shoe. Come and look through
this line, and I believe I sell you shoes which will give 5
you good service and save you money.
It is all nonsense to assert that "we are the only e
ones." Inspect my stock and if I cannot give you a fit. E
another market you will have to seek. Besides I have
accepted the sole agency for the celebrated made-to-order
line of D'Ancona & Co., fashionable tailors of Chicago,
and every suit I make is with a guarantee of no fit no
money. Come and see the samples now on exhibition in
my store. A gentleman can have a suit made to oider
and get a perfect fit for almost what he can get a hand
me-down for. Give me a trial order, I know I will please
Iou want your trade, and to get it I must meet compe
tition. This I will do, for I am in business to sell goods
and am doing business on the principle of live and let
LOU IS LEVI.
E. C. HORTON, JR.. T- MITCHELL WELLS.
ID APRIL SALE,
We have decided to lengthen our Easter sale of Dress
Goods, Silks, Millinery, etc., into a Big April Sale to run
two weeks, and these weeks of values to outstrip any
thing we have ever offered. It will be a veritable occa
sion for the stylish dressers and the person who would
like to buy economically.
We have the leading styles of the spring season and
our salespeople in all departments are ready and anxious
to serve you.
Our goods and our store would do credit to a city.
The interest and attendance that greeted us last week
during our first Millinery showing, was quite surprising
beyond our wildest hopes, and with justifiable pride we
take off our hats and thank the good ladies for the kind
expressions and encouragement they have given- us, and
promise to even do better each day-for we study your
wants and if we haven't something to please you we'll get
it for you on quick notice.
viOur Millinery. 3 :
Our Millinery seems to blossom now with nature's
own glorious loveliness. Our Millinery Parlor contains
great things from the big millinery markets of this coun
try, combined with the artistic productions of our own
expert designer. So bring your Millinery orders -and
Miss Clary will take good care of you.
Two solid cases of Laurel Batiste, 29 inches wide and -i
goods that were sold on this market last season when cot:-,
ton was cheaper than it has been this year for 7c yard.
but as long as it lasts it is yours for 5c the yard..
Still more of that yard-wide heavy Sea Island at 5c . .
Yours for greater business,
MUTUAL DRY GOODS COMPANY. >1
LHER MCINTOSH, --w. MINTER TURNER.
We have gotten settled down in our new quarters and can
show the prettiest stock of goods ever shown in this part of the 2
State. An inspection of our lines will convince you of this fact.
verything fresh and new.
All that we ask is that you get our prices before making your
Heretofore we did not have room to give this department a
proper show, but we now have ample room in our new store and
are pshing this line to the front.
We control for this market H. Ambach & Co.'s Celebrated
WHITE SEAL " Clothing. We selected this line mn preference
o many other good lines because we regard it to be the best to be
had. - We can warrant the fit, the wear and the shape of every
ne of these g-arments, because we have been entrusted by the -
anufacturers to unflinchingly guarantee the integrity of every
garment bearing the " White Seal " label.
If you don't derive absolute satisfaction from " White Seal"
Clothing all you have to do is return the displeasing Suit to us and
get your money back, we in turn will send it back to the manafac
turers. If it's " White Seal " Clothing it must be right.
We also carry a full line of cheap and medium priced Suits.
Just received a fresh supply of the old reliable Mayfield
Woolen Mills Suits and extra Pants. We also have a beautiful
selection of extra Pants in all grades; anything from $1 to $6 per
pair. Give us a look when in need of anything in this depart
ment we can saveyou money.
Gent's Furnishing Department..
This department is jam full of good things. We carry in this
epartment everything handled in a first class haberdashery store.
" Garland " and "Chesterfield " brands of Shirts are the best'
$1 Shirts on the market. We have a nice assortment of patterns
in these for you t6 select from.
A. real nice soft Madras Shirt for 50c, looks very cheap at 75c.
A good Chambray Dress Shirt at 35c,.or three for $1, never
sold for less than 50c,
Our Dimity Night Shirts at 50c are the wonder of all who see
them. They are the very thing for summer. Better get your
supply now before they are all gone.
Collars and Cuffs.
Several years ago we began handling H. C. Curtis & Co.'s Dia
mnd Brand Collars and Cuffs and every year we sell more and
more of them, thus showing that these goods have merit in them.
Wc have on hard a large stock of these goods in all the new
shapes. When in need of Collars and Cuffs, why not get the best.
They only cost a trifle more than the shoddy kind.
Our line of Gent's Ladies' and Misses' Hosiery is complete in
every detail and we are offering some rare bargains in this line.
A real nice Ladies' Lisle Thread Drop-Stitch Hose at 15c the~
pair, or two pair for 25c.
'A real nice Gent's Lisle Thread Half Hose at 50c a box con
taining four pair. These goods were in the hands of the jobber
before the recent advance in yarns and the price being printed on
these goods they could not be advanced in proportion to other
gooe also have a full line of Hermsdorf Hosiery both men and
ladies. U N E W A R
When in need of Spring Underwear remember that we have the
kind that is light in weight and light in price but heavy-in value.
Dont matter' what grade you want we have it and you can save
money by buying from us.