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In the last issue of THE TIMEs in al
luding to a communication signed "C"
received at this office, we were not
sutficiently explicit to prevent a mis
understanding. We have a correspon
dent at Davis Station, who signs him
self "C," and some of his friends
thought our allusion was to him. We
did not mean the Davis Station "C" at
all. in fact that "C" sent no letter for
last week's issue.
Paint Your Buggy for 75c.
with Devoe's Gloss Carriage Paint. It
weighs 3 to S ozs. more to the pint than
others, wears longer: and gives a gloss
equal to new work. Sold by Manning
We call attention to the candidates'
cards in this issue of S. J. Clark for
Sheritt, and R. J. Aycock for Coroner
and Mr. W. J. Troublefield for Auditor.
Mr. Clark has served this town as po
lice for a number of years, and Mr.
Avcock at one time was a member of
the board of county commissioners.
Mr. Troublefield has never held public
otlice. Mr. J. M. Windham for Clerk
of Court, is the present Judge. Mr. E. ]
C. Horton for Supervisor. Mr. Horton 1
has served the county on the board of
Broke Into His House.
S. Le Quinn of Cavendish, Vt., was
robbed of his cusiomary health by in
vasion of Chronic Constipation. When
Dr. King's New Life pills broke into
his house, his trouble was arrested and
now he's entirely cured. Thy're guar
anteed to cure, 25c at The R. B. Lor
yea Drug Store.
Brilliant and successful as few dances r
have dver been in our town was the c
"Easter dance" given last Thursday y
evening at Moses Levi Memorial Insti- j
tute Hall by the Nanning Social Club. 2
Music was furnished by Thomas' or- e
chestra of Columbia.
About 10 o'clock the young people s
began to assemble and the hall was
soon a scene of life and beauty. So
greatly enjoyed were the pleasures of
the evening, when the strains of "Home
Sweet Home" fell on the ear it was
hard to realize that time had sped so
swiftly and the "wee sma'" hours had
been ushered in on golden wings. e
The couples participating were:
Miss Eleanor Clarey of Harrisburg,
Va.. becomingly attired in blue crepe
de chine, applique, black velvet, with
Mr. Herman Bradham.
Miss Janie Ingram, pink silk mull,
ribbon, with Mr. Eddie C. Horton.
Miss Beulah Williams of Baltimore,
Md., white silk mull, lace and ribbon,
with Mr. Luther McIntosh.
Miss Lulie Harvin, pink organdy, s
ribbons, with Mr. L. Dow Player.
Miss Kathryn Layman of Hagers- s
town, Md., nile green silk mull over S
pink taffeta, lace and ribbon, with Mr. I
T. M. Wells. t
Miss Octavia Dove of Darlington, t
white organdy, ribbon, with Mr. Lucius a
Miss Eloise Cooper of Williamsburg,
black lace over black taffeta, ribbons,
with Mr. Willie Muldrow.
Miss Lill. Harvin, whit& organdy,
ribbons, with Mr. Charles Rigby. u
Miss Adelle Cameron of Orangeburg, p
white organdy, applique and ribbon,
with Mr. Sam Barron.
Miss Mayme Harvin, blue organdy,
lace and ribbon, with Mr. I. I. Appelt.
Miss Estelle Cameron of Orangeburg,
white organdy, satin and chiffon, with
Mr. Charles R. Harvin, Jr.
Miss Nettie Weinberg, blue -silk
mull, lace and ribbon, with Mr. Law- a
Staps were: Dr. Frank Harvin and
Mr. Percy Harvin of Silver, Mr. Joe ~
DuRant of DuRants, Messrs. Jake and
Leon Weinberg, Joe Rigby, Charles
Reardon, Herman Huggins, Walton I
Thames, W. E. Burgess and Jake Ise-' a
Testimony of a Minister.
Rev. Jno. S. Cox, of Wake, Ark.,
writes, "For 12 years I Suffered from
Yellow Jaundice. I consulted a number
of physicians and tried all sorts of med
icines, but got no relief. Then I began
the use of Electric bitts and feel that
I am now cured of .a disease that had n
me in its grasp for twelve years." If
you want a reliable medicine for~ Liver1
and Kidney trouble, stomach disorder
or general debility,get Electric Bitters.
It's guaranteed by The R. B. Loryea f,
Drug Store. Only 50c.
The first election under the new char- vj
ter came off last Monday, without excite
ment. Very little active interest was
manifested, and the vote lacked about s
35 of the registered number. The tick
et headed by D. M. Bradham, the.
present incunmbent,and Messrs. Breedin I
Mouzon and White of the present coun
cil, was overwhelmingly elected. Both
tickets contained the names of good
citizens and there having been no pub
li declaration from any of them, the c
voters bad very little choice so far as
issues were concerned.
FOR MAYOR. C
D. M. Bradham................138
Aaron Weinberg...............41 2
A. H. Breedin..................135
W. E. .Jenkinson................113
J. W. Rigbv...................1401C
P. B. Mouzon...........-.-....143
J. F. Dickson.............---.139
E. S. Ervin.............. ......6
Geo. L. Dickson.,.............- 46
W. P. Hawkins.............5 -- 1
J. D. Gerald.................... 29
L. H. Harvin.................. 6
W. M. Turner............. .... 36
"I believe a flving machine with an
oil moter would be a success." "What
makes you think so?" "Havn't you
noticed how rapidly oil continues to go
up?"-Cleveland Plain Dealer.
The only kind of consump
tion to fear is "neglected
People are learning that con..
sumption is a curable disease.
It is neglected consumption
that is so often incurable.
At the faintest suspicion of
consumption get a bottle of
Scott's Emulsion and begin
The use of Scott's Emulsion
at once, has, in thousands of
cases, turned the balance in
favor of health.
Neglected consumption does
not exist where Scott's Emul
Prompt use of Scott's Emul
Io jflchecks the disease while it
can be checked.
Send for free sample.
SCOTT & B3OWNE, Chemists,
409-45 Pearl Stree:, New York.
se. an~d n: ne- il drw-ists.
MANNING. S. C., APRIL 13, 1904.
Publishes All County and Town Of
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MLST be in
this office by Saturday Noon in order to
insure publication the following., week.
Manning Street Car Schedule.
Leave Central Hotel corner 9:00 a. m. and 6:45
p. m. for the passenger trains, and the car will
also meet the freight trains. Arrangements
have been made with the agent at depot to tele
phone when freight trains are approaching
Fare. 10 cents each way.
I Want to Tell You
About our large line of Gent's and
Youth's Spring Suits, the best styles
and the cheapest in town.
I want to tell you about our immense
line of Ladies' $2 and S2.25 Spring Hats
that we are putting out at $1.25 and
I want to tell you about the largest
and cheapest line of Spring Clothing in
town. $15 Suits for $12.50: $12.50
Suits for $10: $10 Suits for $7.50.
I want to tell you about our great
line of Curtis Linen Collars and Cujfs
for Gent's and Ladies. You can get
any style Collar for Gents or Ladies out
of our great stock.
I want to tell you about the largest
assortment of Corsets to be found in
these parts. Ladies, just come to us
and we will show you any style Corset
^u need in '0c or $1 goods.
Also a full line of late style Feather
Ladies, I want to tell you about our
great line of $2 and $2.25 Hats that we
are putting out at $1.25 and $1.50.
There are no values like them in these
Come to see us, for I wish to tell you
about hundreds of other things that I
-haven't the space to tell you of here.
W. E. JENKINSON.
Court convenes in Manning May 2nd.
Hon. R. O. Purdy will preside.
Dr. J. A. James of Cheraw is in Man
ning visiting his daughter, Mrs. H. D.
Mr. Isaac Loryea, who has been to
Summerville for his health, returned
home last evening.
Mrs. M. F. Heller of Kingstree is at
the Central Hotel on a visit to her sis
ter Mrs. R. B. Lyons.
Mrs E. B. Rhodus and Mrs. Inabnit
of Greeleyville spent last Thursday
shopping in Manning.
The old question "Who built de ark?"
has been changed to "Where was the
fish bone?" Ask Joseph.
Mr. Arthur Harvin, from the Mary
land -Dental University of Baltimore
came home this morning.
Capt. A. L. Lesesne, who has been in
an infirmary at Sumter, has gotten able
to go back to his home at Silver.
Mrs. C. F. Williams of Columbia is
spending a few days in Manning on a
visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. N.
The Confederate reunion will be in
Charleston May 16th and continue for
three days. The railroads will give
The closing exercises of Panola
school will take place Thursday eve
ning April 21st. The public is cor
We had sent to us the Baster Menu
Card of the Argyle hotel in Charleston,
end it is certainly a beautiful piece of
Hon. D. E. DuRant, a former repre
sentative in the legislature from Sum
ter, now living in Lee County, was in
The claying of our streets is a decided
improvment, and we hope council 'will
continue the work until all of the streets
and sidewalks are completed.
Mr. Roswell T. Logan, tecelebrated
writer of headlines for The News and
Courier is in Manning visiting the fam
ily of his brother-in-law, Mr. J. S.~
Rev. P. B. Wells. former pastor of
the Manning Methodist church, now
of Abbeville, spent yesterday in Man
ning among his friends who were de
lighted to greet him.
The new council may not progress as
progressively as some would like pro
gress to be. We shall wait and see
what will turn up: the entire council
was elected upon-blind faith.
A communication from New Town,
signed "Bachelor Hook," came to us
without the correspondent's name. Our
rule is to refuse to publish any article
without the name of the writer.
Claude Breedin, who has been so
desperately ill, was brought home from
Baker's Infirmary at Sumter last Mon
day night. We hope our young friend
will soon recover his health and
Last Thursday night a party of Man
ningites went to Tindal's Mill and en
joyed a fine fish fry. Will Sheriff, col
ored, who has been running the mill
"eber since befo de wah" was master of
the frying pan, and a doctor did the
On account of the crowded condition
of our columns recently, we have omit
ted the temperence column of the Pax
ville W. C. T. U. We will renew the
publication of the column soon, and we
hope they will send us some good live
"Although I have granted you this
interview," said the pompous new office
holder. "I don't want people to think
I'm in the habit of talking for publica
tion." "They won't" replied the re
porter, 'when they see these remarks
Invitations are out for the coming
marriage of Nlr. John W. Lesesne, of
St. Paul, and Miss Julia Anderson, of
Nety Six. The marriage is to take
place ~at the home of the bride-to-be
parents on the 27th, inst. Good luck
"I have used Chamberlains Stomach
and Liver Tablets with most satisfacto
ry results," says Mrs F. L. Phelps.
ouston, Texas. For indigestion, bil
iousnes constipation these tablets are
ost excellent. Sold by The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryea,
There are two negros in the county
ail, awaiting trial in the sessions court,
that are in bad shape with pulmonary
trouble, and efforts are being made to
have them released. We- understand
that the prosecutors have consented to
withdraw the charges against them,and
upon the advice of the jail phvsician it
is expected the Solicitor will consent to
There will he a picnic at Allen's
Cross Roads, on line of Florence and
Clarendon counties for the benefit of
Pine Hill and Wayside s::hools in Flor
ence and Clarendon counties, consoli
dated under name of Central School,
The public cordially invited to attend.
Friday, April 22. Will have speeches
by some of our leading educators. We
Harmony Presbytery met last We
2esday night in the Presbyterian chur4
t Bishopville, S. C.. and was open
with a sermon by Rev. W. S. Porte
Rev. K. McCaskill was elected moder
or, and Mr. H. L. Scarboro of Sumte
lerk. Rev. H. T. Darnell was receive
nto the Presbytery, accepted a c,
rom the Indiantown church, and tl
ollowing committee was appointed
nstail him the 23rd of April: Revs. S
;. Porter and J.M. Holladay. Rev. Jz
IcDowell ands. Bradley,
Iayesville were elected commissione
o the General Assembly to meet
Iobile, Ala., May 19. Manning w
chosen as the next place of meetin
end the time the Tuesday before tl
econd Sabbath in October, at 8 o'clo<
Forty interested persons raised $10
nd gave this sum to the Presbytery f
he purpose of employing an Evangeli
or thePresbytery. This gift was accej
d, and the following committee was a
>ointed to seek out a suitable man ai
iominate him to the Presbytery:
Revs. J. M. Holladay, W. J. McKa
. W. Edmunds, V. R. Gaston, ax
lders Messrs. H. L. Scarboro, Jol
dontgomery and R. M. Cooper.
Rev. J. C. Bailey.Mr. W. M. O'Brya
nd Rev. J. M. Holladay were elect(
rustees of the Presbyterian college
llinton, S. C.
The revised Manual was adopted
o into effect at the fall meeting, at
rderel to be published.
Dr. Marvin Locates In Summerton.
The increasing business of Capers
,o has made it necessary to have al
ther Pharmacist to help Mr. Capers
he prescription stand. They are to 1
ongratulated on securing the service
f Dr. S. A. Marvin, Jr., a gradual
)ruggist, who comes highly recor
2ended by Dr. Hancock of Charlestc
,here he has been employed for sever
ears. Mr.' Capers being a gradual
harmacist himself and having D
larvin to assist him. All prescriptioi
ntrusted to this firm will be filled I
ly Graduate Druggists. This is as
Notice Club Meeting.
The Farmers' Platform Democrat
lub will meet in the court house Sa
rday evening, April 23rd at 4 o'clocl
>r the purpose of re-organizing, and 1
lect delegates to the Convention.
By order of
D. J. BRADHAM,
S. J. BowMAN. Secretary.
Inflammatory Rheumatism Cured.
William Shaffer, a brakeman of Dei
ison, Ohio. was confined to his bed f<
everal weeks with inflammatory rhei
iatism. "I used many remedies," I
ays. "Finally I sent to McCaw dru
tre for a bottle of Chamberlain
'ain Balm, at which time I was unab:
> use hand or foot, and in one week
[me was able to go to work as happy
clam." For sale by The R. B. Lo
ea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Pro)
The Jordan Democratic club wi
Beet Saturday, April 23rd, at 4 o'cloc
L. L. WELLS.
C. R. SPROTT, Secretary.
"He collapsed in the first battle,
"Yes, but he straightened right u
"How was that?"
"In his collapse he sat on one of hi
ensh Kind You Hae Always Bough
S. I. Till, Levi block.
The Furniture Man, Levi Block. [t
Jenkinson's is the place to buy Fui
1000 dozen Pearl Buttons at 2c. doz.er
A big lot of Percales at 5c. only for
w days. D. Hirschmann.
Coffins and Caskets at Jenkinson'
rders filled dayor night.
Wood's Wheat Seed is the bes
'he R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Readers should watch Rhame's dru
ire advertisment every week.
Jenkinson's Undertaking Departmer
ready to serve you day or night.
Graduate Druggists fill prescriptiot
t Capers & Co.'s, Summerton, S. C.
Plant Wood's tested and true Whe:
eed. The R. B. Loryea Drug Stor<
A full line of Coffins, Caskets and U
ertaking Goods on hand at Jenkinson'
Graduate Druggists fill prescriptiot
t Capers & Co.'s, Summerton, S. C.
Found-A key on a horse shoe ring
he owner can have it by calling at th
Wanted-Corn and Peas at highel
ash price. R. D. Clark, at People
It will surprise you to see the sple:
id Bed Room Suit that Jenkinson
elling at $10.
Graduate Druggists fill prescriptioi
.t Capers & Co.'s, Summerton, S. C.
To Rent-A two story dwelling, got
ocation. Terms apply to I. C. Ingra
Jenkinson's Undertaking Departme>
s complete in every detail. Orders a
ended to day or night.
Ladies if you did not get your H
~ome and see what we have as they a:
~oing fast. D. Hirschmann.
Come and ask us to show you o1
)ry Goods as we have everything yc
vant in that line. D. Hirschmann.
Graduate Druggists fill prescriptio
tt Capers & Co.'s, Summerton, S. C.
When in need of Furniture of ai
dind don't fail to give Jenkinson a et
s he carries a full line of everything
For Sale-A fine plantation within
niles of Manning, well equipped wi
uildings. The terms can be had1
tpplying to this office.
For Sale-167 acres of land in He
nony township, adjoining lands of Yo
nans and Nelson, said tract has abo
5 acres cleared, with a four room te
mt house. Particulars apply to tl:
A fine opportunity to buy a well i.
3roved place containing 200 acres with
yne mile of the courthouse, containing
:omparatively new residence, wvi
splendid outbuildings, and 5 good te
mt houses. For particulars and pri
all at THE MANNING TIMES office.
his county and adjoining territories,
represent and advertise an old esta
ished business house of solid financi
standing. Salary $21 weekly, with E
penses advanced each Monday by che<
lirect from headquarters. Horse ai
buggy furnished when necessary; po:
ion permanent. Address Blew Br<
. o, Mnnn Bldg. Chicago Tll. 29
; CLERK OF COURT.
r. I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
a- diate for Clerk of Court of Clarendon
County, subject to the rules of the Democratic
r, primary. ARCHIE I. BARRON.
bl I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for re-election to the office of Clerk of
1e Court, subject to the rules of the primary.
to J. H. TIMMONS.
- O THE VOTERS OF CLARENDON CO.:
1. Upon the solicitations of friends I hereby
of announce myself a candidate for the position of
rs Clerk of Court for Clarendon County, subject to
the rules of the Democratic primary.
In C. Md. MASON.
ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CANDIDATE for
the ofce of Clerk of Court Clarendon Coun
1e ty, subject to the rules of the Democratic pri
k mary. JAMES M. WINDHAM.
HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
St I date for Auditor Clarendon County. sub
it- ject to the rules of the Democratic primary.
P_ W. J. TROUBLEFIELD.
T HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
id didate for Sheriff of Clarendon County. sub
ject to the rules of the Democratic prima S
. I ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CANDIDATE for
the office of Sheriff, subject to the rules of
the Democratic party. I was born and reared
in Clarendon and have always endeavored to be
a worthy citizen in private as well as public.
E. D. HODGE.
d IHEREBY ANN OUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for Sheriff of Clarendon County, sub
ject to the rules of the Democratic primary.
- I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A GAN
it didate for County Supervisor. subject to the
e rules of the Democratic primary. HORTON.
HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for Coroner of Clarendon County.sub
jctto the rules of the Democratic primary.
H- R.3. AYCO&IK.
Now Open. I
IWe invite the commu
ienity to call in and inspect
our new enterprise, and
ss - would especially ask the
housekeepers to call.
.[t is our purpose to ca
r ter to the delight of the
S family table. I
R. B. L.ORYEA DRUG STORE,
. ISAAC M. LORYEA, Prop.,~
Sign of the . .. Golden Mortar,
Beg to inform their many friends and custom- of
-. ers that they are prepared to supply their wantsni
with their accustomed celerity.
We carry a full and complete line in every de- -h
partment of the
DRUG BUSINESS th
and every attention is shown to the wants of h
For Xany Tea~rs a
We have endeavored to give the very best at- rel
gtention to our customers' wants, and feel that
we have succeeded.
Our stock of ___
tDRUGS, ]YEDICINES pe
and CHEMICALS Si
tt is complete in every particular and every and 3 m
- en in need of PUE eDRUGS and MEDI- i
CINES call on us and we can give you general I
a. MAI ORDERS receive our careful and im- $ at
mediate attention on day of receipt.
We hope for your kind patronage which for
1years we have earnestly striven to merit.
sISAAC Ma LORYEA, Proprietor,I
* Golden Mortar
MANNINC, S. C.
*PHONE No. 2.
All Kinds anti for all Purposes.
at 'When in the Marhet for n
c ENGINES, BOILERS, SAW MILLS, an
as BRiCK MACHINERY, ETC., e
j' "THE MACHINERY PEOPLE" thi
SW.H. Gibbes&Co. 2
th COLUMBIA, S. C
SThe Gibbes Portable Shingle Machinie.
uit HAIR BALSAM = a
asI-ee P1l to Retr at
- Curessapdaae u ha as'i m
GIAVE TS A TRTIA. TI1I
Summerton, S. C.
For Chronic Coughs.
When any affection of the throat, bronchials or
lungs has passed the acute stage, and still clings
stubbornly, what is needed is a constitutional rein
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
Two sizes 50c. and $1.
There kinds of cough remedies which areas 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 cure 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 vital
izing elements needed to make pure' blood and
build strength and eneigy. 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.
PRING OFF RINGS I
The purchasing public must appreciate the sharpness
ompetition in the dry goods line in the city of Man-E
L, and be impr'essed with what it means to a merchant
.can, not only enter this race for trade, but by his
etions and prices maintain a commanding position in
My friends in Clarendon and adjoining counties, I
ye endeavored more to merit your confidence than I
ye to win your money by catchy inducements. It has
rays been my desire to build up and maintain a trade
tion of the substantial kind, and to do this there can be
isrepresentation and every customer .must be treatedE
In the purchasing of my spring stock I largely de
aed upon one of my assistants, Miss Hattie Bagnal,
i is not only intelligently qualified to judge of the
es and fashions, but displays the best of taste, to aid
in order that I'would be sure to please the most fas
Now, I earnestly invite my lady friends to take a look
the latest creations in
Satin a RubanE
Of course these are only a few lines in dry goods. II
p everything in that department, and if my prices are
as low as the lowest elsewhere, then I do not ask your
tonage. I do not offer one article at a below cost price
dmake double the profit on something else.
This department is where my experience as a mer
nt manifests itself. I know a good shoe, and to retain
le I must sell a good shoe. Come and look through
isline, and I believe I sell you shoes which will give
ugood service and save you money.
It is all nonsense to assert that "we are the only
s." Inspect my stock and if I cannot give you a fit,
ther market you will have to seek. Besides I haveE
epted the sole agency for the celebrated made-to-order
iof D'Ancona & Co., fashionable tailors of Chicago,
.d every suit I make is with a guarantee of no fit no
aey. Come and see the samples now on exhibition in
store. A gentleman can have a suit made to order
Ld get a perfect fit for almost what he can get a hand
.down for. Give me a trial order, I know I will please
I want your trade, and to get it I must meet compe
An. This I will do, for I am in business to sell good
td am doing business on 'the principle of live and let
E. C. HORTON, JR. - T. MITCHELL WELLS.
BIG APRIL SALE.
3 We have decided to lengthen our Easter sale of Dress
Goods, Silks, Millinery, etc., into a Big April Sale to run
Stwo weeks, and these weeks of values to outstrip any
thing we have ever offeied. It will be a veritable occa
sion for the stylish dressers and the person who would
like to buy economically.
I We have the leading styles of the spring season and
our salespeople in all departments are ready and anxious =
I to serve you.
Our goods and our store would do credit to a city. .
3 The interest and attendance that greeted us last week
I during our first Millinery showing, was quite surprising
beyond our wildest hopes, and with justifiable pride we r
take off our hats and thank the good "ladies for the kind
expressions and encouragement they have given us, and
I promise to even do better each day-for we study your
it for you on quick notice.
j Our Millinery.$ g
I 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' ^i
I Miss Clary will take good care of you.
Two solid cases of Laurel Batiste, 29 inches wide and
I goods that wer~e sola 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 mor'e of that yard-wide heavy Sea Island at 5e
Yours for greater business, -
MUTUAL DRY GOODS COMPAEY
I LUTERcIToSH. w. MITRTRE
Stae.ninseon IIOf rlnswlcnvceyuf thisfa
Everything fresh and new.
All that we ask is that you get our prices before making your
I rprCLOTHIN DEPARTENT.
Heretofore we *did not have room to give this department a
prprshow, but we now have ample room in our new store and
are pushing this line to the front.
We control for .this market H. Ambach & Co.'s Oekebrated
" WHITE SEAL " Clothing. We selected this line in preference
to many other good lines because we regard itto bethebest tobe
had. We can warrant the fit, the wear and the shape of every
one of these garments, because we have been entrusted by the
manufacturers 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 manuifac
turers. If it's " White Seal " Clothing it must be night.
SWe also carry a full line of cheap and medium priced Suits..4
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 depar~t
ment we can save you money.
Gent's~ Furnishing Department.
This department is jam full ofrgood things. We carry in this
department 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 to select from.
A real nice soft Madras Shirt for 50c, looks very'cheap at 75c.
-A g'ood 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.
Sev eral years ago we began handling H. C. Curtis & Co.'s Dia
mond Brand Collars and Cuffs and every year we sell more and
more of them, thus showing that these goods have merit in them.
We 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
cevcry detail and we are offering some rare bargains in this line.
A r eal nice Ladies' Lisle Thbread Drop-Stitch Hose at loc the
pair, 01 two pair for 25c.
A real nice Gent's Lisle Thread Half Hose at 50c a box con
tainingc 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
We also have a full line of Hermsdorf Hosiery both men and
ladies. T N E E 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.
Don't matter what grade you want we have it and you can save
money by buying from us.
~W. E. JENKINSON.