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MANNING, S. C., JUNE 8, 1904.
Publishes AU Courty and Town Of- j
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MCST 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 1
p. m. for the passenger trains. and the car wil
also meet the freight trains. Arrangements
have been made with the agent at depot to tele
phone when freight trains are approaching t
Fare. 10 cents each war.
Hard to Find.
We have been exceedingly fortunate
in closing out from a large jobber sev
eral splendid vdlues in Wash Goods at
prices greatly under the market and
we repeat the statement that it will be
very hard for you to find such values as
we are offering the trade just now.
Twenty-five pieces Lace efiect Pecot
Stripes, value 121c, but we let them go a
during this sale at Sc yard. a
Twenty-five pieces Linen Effect and i,
find Dinmities, in beautiful figures and 0
shadings, real value 15 and 20e yard, p
but our splendid buying enables us to
let these go at 10c yard.
Twenty-five pieces very fine Lace t
Striped Lawns and Dimities which we c
put out at the startling price of 12ic a
yard. If you look at these values you
can't help but buy.
Great offering in all kinds of White ti
Goods, Ladies' Hats. Gent's Shirts. I
Corsets of all kinds. Furniture, Cloth- N
ing and everything wanted in a first s
class dry goods house. f
W. E. JENKINSON. ta
Hon. John S. Wilson is attending
court at Bishopville.
The Mutual boys are making things ti
hum,ladies read..their ad. n
Mr. W. E. James. Jr., of Charleston c
spent last Sunday in Manning. e
The Paxvflle academy will have its R
closing exercises tomorrow evenig.
Miss Eva Sires of Charleston is in
Manning visiting Miss Fannie Thames.
The Institute hall was the scene of v
quite a social event last Friday evening, a
We are glad to report that Mrs. J. H.
McKnight, who has been quite sick, is t
Miss Pet Wilson returned home from m
college last Thursday evening to spend s
her vacation. - a
Ed Brown got it in the neck last M0 on- c
day whil playing baseball on the I
We have several extra copies of 'this
issue on hand containing Hon. Walter ~
-The lKino te Mail say~s, "Mrs. M. b
R. Alsbroo of Manning is visiting Mr.: Y
and Mrs. P. A. Aisbrook.
There is a fine chance for a brighta
irl to win a scholarship at Winthrop.n
Examination takes place July 8. P
Miss Bertha Stelling a Winthrop T
student is spending a few days here s<
on her way home to Charleston. p
Mrs. Aledah iAveihe O'Connor, re- r
lict of the late Hon. M. P. O'Connor, s<
died in New York last Thursday. jd
Mr. T. B. Hudnal of Midway, Fla., [J
arrived in Manning yesterday on a visit n
to his daughter Mrs. J. T. Stukes. n
Misses Leah Thompson and Eugenia
Maying of North Carolina are visiting
the family of Mr. W. B. McCollough.
Greeleyville has a charter for a bank.
Capital $10,000. T. W. Boyle, E. B. c
Rhodus and S. J. Taylor corporators. f
Rev. J. M. Holladay left Manning for
Clinton last Monday to attend a meet
ing of the. trustees of the Presbyteriang
Dr. G. A. Neuffer of Abbeville passed s
through Manning on his way home s
from the Neuffer-Richa.rdson marriage b
at Summerton. r
The -building and loan association ~
just organized will be an incentive to 1
home building and cause young men to 3
save their money.b
It is repoted that Mr. C. R. S rott C
will be pacedinz:harge .of the ~ocal
oil mill. He is now superintendent of
the Kingstree mill,
The business of the Manning post of-*
fce has increased to the $1300 class.E
This is an indication of an increase inm
all avenues of business.
There will be preaching at Fellow- h
ship church next Sunday at- 5 o'clock e
.m. Rev. M. A. Connors will preach. r
ublic cordially invited. ti
There was a delightful sociallast Mon
day evening at the residence of Mr. C. t:
R. Harvin, given in honor of Miss Ber- h
thaSteling of Charleston. . t
Mr. Yates, representing The Bible t:
Institute Colportage of Chicago, estab- r
lished by the great Evangelist Dr. L. v
Moody is in Manning for a few days. a
Maj. and Mrs. Abe Levi left yester
day for St. Louis where they will "do"
the exposition-for a couple of weeks,
and then proceed to the summer resorts.3
Died at Jordan last Sunday night.
innie Lee, a 19 months old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Lowder. The
burial took place at Oak Grove church
Judge Purdy's fishing party returned
from Brewington last Thursday, re
porting a great time and an abundance
of fish. Their next annual outing will
be at Scott's Lake.
On account of being crowded for space
this week we were forced to cut some
communications of some very interest
in redinig. We hope our correspon
dents will appreciate our excuse.
The State campaign meeting will bet
in Manning on the 22nd inst. It will
be a very tame affair, as there is no.a
opposition to any of -the State officers
aside from railroad commissioner. 1
When a man is so gangrened with I.
malice that he is constantly seeking
where he can injure the object of his
prejudice, such a man is a dangerous
scoundrel, and doubly so, if he pro
We have had several kind expres
sions for Mr. John W. Huggins, from
citizens after they read of his humane
conduct and management in capturing
an esaping prisoner from the gang.
It as a wholesome lesson.
Died last Saturday morning at Alcolu
Mrs. Mabel Gresham. wife of Rev. G.
T. Gresham, aged.about 27 years. The
deceased left three small children, and
was a sister of Mrs. S. R. Venning.
Mrs. A. C. Harvin and Mrs. Moffett of .
this town. The funeral took place
Sunday at Bethel ehurch, Privateer,
Sumter county. Rev. J. 0. Gough
conducted the service.
For sick headache take Chamberlain's
tomach and Liver Tablets and a quick
ure is certain. For sale by The R. B.
oryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea,
Married by Rev. C. C. Herbert at the
lethodist parsonage in Summerton
ist Thursday evening, Prof. C. V.
euffer of Brookside, Ala., and Miss
ulia Richardson of Red Springs, N. C.
he bride is a relative of Mrs. C. C.
Died at Pinewood last Wednesday at
he home of her son Mr. Eugene Brun
n, Mrs. L. M. Brunson, relict of the
ite L. M. Brunson, aged about 71
ears. The burial to place Thursday
a the Fork at the Harvin family burn
The Citadel cadets will go to St.
ouis in a few days, and after a stay of
wo weeks will return for the graduat
ag exercises. Congressman George S.
aegare will be the orator for the occa
ion. Everet Iseman of Manning is
ne of the graduating class.
There was a shooting scrape in Char
ston last Monday night in which J.
atrick Carroll killed George Caufield.
he trouble grew out of Carroll accus
ag Canfield of reporting his place as a
lind tiger to the constables. Judging
-om the name we think Carroll was
aised in Clarendon in the Paxville see
Mr. S. L. Krasnoff is perfecting him
lf in profession of undertaking. He
ttended the convention of undertakers
i Sumter, and will soon take a course
f lectures in embalming. Krasnoff
roposes to give much of his attention
this branch of his business, and Mr.
ohn W. Herriott will have the direc
on of funerals in his charge. This
oncern can be depended on for prompt
nd efficient attention.
The legislative ice is broken, and we
is week have the announcment of
[on. R. S. DcsChamps for re-election.
Ir. DesChamps received many hand
>me compliments in the last session
>r some of his work in the interest of
2e farmers, and among those who was
ttracted by his efforts was ex-Senator
[. C. Butler, who wrote a nice letter
)r the press endorsing the DesChamps
One of the most unique methods to
tract notice is the one adopted by
iat enterprising druggist Dr. D. 0.
hame of Summerton. He is adver
sing as a business proposition, and
Dt for his health. In this issue a read
ig of his well worded advertisment
ill disclose an excellent chance of
rning one of Waterman's famous
untain pens, the best fountain pen on
ie market; all that is required is to
Tite a few words a great many times
pon a postal card. This is a fine prac
ce and we suggest that every school
y and girl make an effort to win this
aluable prive. Read Dr. D. 0. Rhame's
vertisment and win the pen.
Now is the time for our business men
begin to look about them to induce
tir farmers to bring their cotton and
)bacco to this market. Last season
,e gained a reputation which will
=d us in good stead this season if
2ose whose money is invested will be
wake to their interests. The mer
bants should begin correspondence
-ith cotton exporters and manufactur
s with a view to havingupon this mar
et active buyers. No market can induce
roducts unless the competition has such
n activity as to force prices. Farmers
-ork hard for what they make, and
ecause of the active competition last
ear our market was greatly benefited.
An organization has been effected to
ford facilities for people of moderate
ieans to own homes, by purchasing
roperty and paying for it ,on a rental
asis. This organization is known as
he Manning Building and Loan As
ciation. The initial meeting took
Lace last Thursday evening at the
a~nk of Clarendon; stockholders rep
asenting a majority of the shares sub
ribed were present. The following
irectors were elected: J1. A. Wein
erg, E. S. Ervin, F. C> Richardson,
.W. Rigby and Louis Appelt. At a
eeting of the directorate the next
orning J. W. Rigby was elected Pres
lent, Louis Aupelt Vice President and
.A. Weinberg Solicitor. The elec
on of Secretary and Treasurer was
ostponed until Monday in order to
ive the directors an opportumity to
nsider applications. At the Monday
eeting Miss Hattie G. Nelson was
lectd secretary and treasurer.
The executive has been called to
ether by the county chairman, and at
2s meeting there should be something
one towards getting the club rolls in
me kind of decent shape. There
Liould be a definite rule adopted for
idding the placing of names upon club
ols between the first and second pri
iaries. There should not be the suspi
ion of fraud, and the committe can, if
will, adopt rules which will prevent
-aud. We suggest that a resolution
e passed, requiring all clubs in the
ounty to file with the chairman a copy
f their rolls by a certain date, then
rhen these roles are in his hands let
be committee go over them with care,
nd whenever they find a name upon
aore than one roll, strike it from all
xcept the one nearest to the home of
be voter. In the town clubs where
bey find names duplicated strike them
ff all but one. Then after this course
as been pursued, the committee can
mploy a typewriter and return to the
espective clubs a revised roll certified
a by the county chairmrn; this certi
.ed'roll to be the guide for the mana
'ers in the primary. We merely
bought out these crude suggestions
oping the committee will be enabled
improve upon them, that our politi
al machinery will not continue with
be label of suspicion. Everybody ad
aits there is something radically
rrong, the only question is a remedy,
ad if an earnest effort is made by the
ommittee the remedy will be found.
he Kind You Hau Always Bought
A Good Chance to Join Your Comrades
t.t Nashville, Tenn., June 14-16, 1904.
)ni account of the Confederate Veter
s' Reunion the Atlantic Coast Line
rill sell round trip tickets to Nashville,
:'enn., from Manning at rate of $11.65.
Tickets on sale June 10th to 15th, in
lusive, limited to return to leave Nash
'ile June 18th, 1904.
An extension of the final limit to July
8th, 1904, can be obtained by deposit
ag tickets with.Joe Richardson, Spe
al Agent, Nashville, Tenn., between
he hours of 8 a. m. and 8 p.m June 10th
o 18th, inclusive, and upon payment of
,fee of 50 cents.
Schedules and other information will
~e gladly furnished.
W. J. CRAIG,
Gen'1 Pass . Agent..
H. M. EMMERSON,
Wilmington, N. C.
Disease takes no summer
lI you need flesh and
summer as in winter.
Send for free sample.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists,
40- Pearl Street, New York.
Manning Has a Public Cotton Weigher.
At the regular meeting of the Boar
of C o u n t v Commissioners la
Sat _rday M$r. J. S. Plowden presente
a petition signed by more than fifty col
ton growers living within five miles(
Sthis place, asking the board to adof
the public cotton weighing system fc
this market and to elect a weighei
The statute is clear and leaves the corr
missioners with no discretion when th
law has been complied with, and fc
that reason the commissioners did nc
comply with a request made to defe
action until a cdunter petition was gol
ten up. Mr. Plowden not only had
petition for the establishment of
weigher, but accompanying it was
very strong recommendatinn for his sE
lection as the weigher. The commu
sioners after satisfying themselve
about the law, granted the petition an
elected Mr. Plowden weigher.
There has been considerable clamo
for a public cotton weigher in Mannin;
for several seasons, and it will be give:
a trial this season. Whether it wi
work satisfactory remains to be seer
but of one thing we are certain, th
commissioners in selecting Mr. Ploy
den for the weigher gave the positio
into trustworthy hands, a man who wil
perform his duty conscientiously.
Dr. C.:J. Moffett is a graduate c
medicine and has as much right to pre
scribe for the sick as any physiciar
and gives to mothers his "TEETHINA
as the best remedy they can use fo
their teething children. "TEETHINA
Aids Digestion Regulates the Bowelh
Overcomes and Counteracts the Effect
of the Summer's Heat and makes teeth
S. I. Till, Levi block.
Who is S. L. Krasnoff ?
The Furniture Man. Levi Block. [ti
Hammocks at S. L. Krasnoff 's.
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Plant Wood's tested and true Whea
Seed. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store
To Rent-A two story dwelling, gooi
location. Terms apply to I. C Ingrar
Eight boxes of the finest twenty-fiv<
Talcum Toilet Powder for $1.00, a
Rhame's Drug Store.
S. L. Krasnoff 's is the right place t
get your Refrigerators, Ice Crean
Freezers and Screen Doors.
Graduate Druggists fill Prescrip
tions at The Prescription Drug Store
Capers & Co., Props., Summerton, S. C
Graduate Druggists fill Prescription
at The Prescription Drug Store, Caper
& Co.,, Props., Summerton, S. C.
Graduate Druggists fill Prescription
at The Prescription Drug Store, Ca
pers & Co., Props., Sunmerton, S. C.
For Sale-167 acres of land in Har
mony township, adjoining lands of You
mans and Nelson, said tract has abou
75 acres cleared, with a four room ten
ant house. Particulars apply to thi
Graduate Druggists fill Prescription
at The Prescription Drug Store, Caper
& Co., Proprs., Summerton, S. C.
We have three second-hand Mowers
one of the Champion, one McCormici
and one Deering, all in very good re
pair. Will sell them, cheap. Legg &
For Sale, one lot at Jordan containing
121acres.5 room dwelling, good garden
and orc.hard, barn and stables, a stor4
house, 20x30 feet, gin house 35x50 feet
two stories. and two tenant houses
Tis is a bargain Apply to Louis Ap
Knife Grinders for Mowers, Reapers
and Binder Knives and 500 pounds o:
Twine for Grain Biinders. A large
stock of repair parts for the Champior
Harvesting Machines. Legg & Hut
reyou willing for your horse to be
shod by one who knows nothing of thi
anatomy of the horse's foot, but puts ox
shoes as if nailing ttem to a stump? L
your horse a victim of pumiced feet
contraction, navicular disease, sant
crack, over-reach, false quarter,quittor
corns, ringbone, clinking, if so, whl
not bring him to me? I will certain13
relieve him. B. T. Legg.
SWe invite the commu
nity to call in and inspec
our new enterprise, ani
would especially ask th<
housekeepers to call.
It is our purpose to ca
ter to the delight of th4
Sholarships & Entranc<
The examination for the award of va
cant scholarships in Winthrop Colleg
and for the admission of new student
will be held at the County Court Hous
on Friday, July 8th, at 9 a. m. Appb~
cants must not be less than fifteen year
of age. When scholarships are vacate<
after July 8, they will be awarded t
those making the highest average a
Scholarships are worth $100 and fre
tuition. The next session will ope
September 21, 1904. For further infor
mation and catalogues address,
Pres. D. B. Johnson, Rock Hill, S. C
- HAIR BALSAM
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
T HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
A didate for re-election to the House of Repre
sentatives, subject to the rules of the Demo
r R. S. D~sCHkMPS.
CLERK OF COURT.
B HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN.
r didate for Clerk of Court of Clarendon
t County. subject to the rules of the Democratic
r primary. ARCHIE I. BARRON.
i I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN-.
1 didate for re-election to the office of Clerk of
a Court, subject to the rules of the primary.
J. H. TIMMONS
O THE VOTERS OF CLARENDON 1O.:
Upon the solicitations of rriends I hereby
announce myself a candidate for the position of
s Clerk of Court for Clarendon County. subject to
I the rules of the Democratic primary. N
C. M. MNASO'N.
r I ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CANDIDATE for
7 the office of Clerk of Court Clarendon Coun
ty, subject to the rules of the Democratic pri
mary. JAMES M. WINDHAM.
HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
Sdidate for the office of Clerk of Court, sub
ject to the rules of the Democratic party. My
motto shall be. Honesty. strict attention to bus
Siness and straightforw rd inteUrit GES
I ANDREW P. BURGESS.
ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CANDIDATE for
the ofice of Clerk of Court. in accordance
with the rules of the Democratic party .
f C. R. FELDER. N
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
edidate for Auditor Clarendon County. sub
ject to the rules of the Democratic primary.
W. J. TROUBLEFIELD.
BEING CONFIDENT THAT I HAVE given
-faithful service. I ask the people for re
election to the oftlce of County Auditor. subject
to the Democratic party ruies. C. DICKSON.
HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for Sheriff of Clarendon County, sub
ject to the rules of tne Democratic primaryLS
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.j
t T HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for Sheriff of Clarendon County, sub
' ject to the rules of the Democratic primary.
qUBJECT TO THE RULES OF THE DEM
ocratic primary, I announce myself a candi
date for the office of Sheriff of Clarendon
County. E. B. GAMBLE.
April 27, 1904.
THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS: SUB
jet to the rules of the Democratic party I
announce myself a candidate for the office of
) Sheriff of Clarendon County.
I sE. R. PLOWDEN.
SUBJECT TO THE RULES OF THE DEM
ocratie primary I announce myself a candi
- date for re-election to the offce of Sheriff of
Clarendon County for the second term.
J. ELBERT DAVIS.'
WITH GRATEFUL ACKNOWLEDGMENT
to my fellow-citizens of Clarendon Coun
ty for their confidence'and unvarying kindness
Sin the past, I announce myself for re-election to
the office of County Treasurer, subject to the
primary election. S. T. BOWMAN.
dHEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for County Supervisor, subject to the
. rules of the Democratic primary.
I ~ E. C. HORTON
IAM A CANDIDATE FOR THE OFFICE
of County Supervisor under the rules and
reguations of the Democratic party, promising
If eecte-d to give my personal attention to the
Soce. J. H. JOHNSON.
THEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CANDIDACY
-Aithcoigprimary for re-election to the.
ifee of County Superintendent of Education.
SUBJECTTO THE RULES OF THE DEM
ocratic primary I announce myself a candi
date for Superintendent of Education of Clar -_
endon County. S. L. THOMPSON.
THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF Clar
endon County: I announce myself a candi
ddefrthe offce of County Sperintendent of
Education. subject to the action of the Demo
cratic primary. JEFF. M. DAVIS.
T HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
A iaefrthe offce of Superintendent of
Education of Clarendon County, subject to the
rules of the Democratic primary.BAH .
I EEYANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
diaefrCoroner of Clarenidon County.sub
ject to the rules of the Democratic prima.
TN ANNOUNCING MYSELF A CANDIDATE
-A for the offce of Coroner I solicit the votes o
all Democrats in the coming primary, pledging
myself to abide the result of same.
'fO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF Clar
endon: Being confident of my ability to ,
conduct the offce of, Coroner intelligently, I an
nounce myself a candidate for that offce, sub
ject to the rules of the Democratic party, prom
ising if elected to mak~e a careful study of the
law that I may render efcint srvie.ONG
TH VOERS OF CLARENDON COUNTY
Te ca~ed upon to vote for a man to fill the
offce of Coroner. That offce should be filled
by a stright, up-and-down, pious and sober man,
and I being such a man,- offer myself as a can
didate for the position. subject to the rules of
the Democratic party. JOHN F. PACK.
IHEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
diaefrCoroner of Clarendon County~sub -_
ject to the rules of the Democratic priay
WHEN IN NEED OF
NEXT TO N1
DR. W. E. BROWN & CO.'S DRUG
J. W. HERRIOT,
S. L KRASNOFF,
Showing a full line of Coffins, Caskets
and Funeral Supplies. We are using
the latest methods, hygienic and scien
5 Show rooms open daty and night at
; KRASNOFP'S FURNITURE STORE,
Levi Block, - Manning, S. C.
The candidates for- Stte offices areI
scheduled to address the citizens of
Clarendon on Wednesday the 22nd inst.
To make arrangements therefor, and to
attend to any other business before the
county Executive Committee, this Com -_
mittee is hereby called to meet in the
Court House at this place, at Il o'clock
a. mn. on Saturday 18th inst.
W. C. DAVIS,
Manning, S. . Jne 7h 194. [
$4 FREE! $4
The following contest is open to all
A $4 Waterman Fountain Pen will
be given to the person writing this
sentence (The L. E. Waterman Foun
tain Pen, sold by D. 0. Rhame, is a
necessity, not a luxury) the greatest
number of times on a postal card.
CoNDITIos:-Contestant must write
his or her name and address on the
"Address side" of card. and use the
other side for contest. Enclose card
in an envelope and send to D. 0.
Rhame, Summerton, S. C.
Each contestant may make as many
attempts as he or she may wish to.
Contest closes August 15, 1904.
The prize Pen is now on exhibition
at Rhame's Drug Store, Summerton,
In selecting our stock of Toilet Soaps we choose
them with a view to the interests of our customers,
buying from reliable houses only Soaps of known
purity and excellence. It is worth while to make
sure that the Soaps you use are pure, and to do this
it is not necessary that you pay high prices.
We have a large variety of inexpensive Soaps
that are just as pure as the higher priced ones.
Greater price secures soaps that have better wear:
ing qialities and which are more delicately per
4 fumed, but we can provide you with pure Soaps at
any price, at
D. 0. Rhames,
SUMMERTON, S. C.
SPRING OFF RINGSI
In the purchasing of my spring stock I largely de
pended upon one of my assistants, Miss Hattie Bagnal,
who is not only intelligently qualified 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 dra goods. I
keep everything in that department, and if my 1.rtices are
not as low as the lowest elsewhere, then I do not ask your
patronage. I do not offer one article at a below cos' price
and make double the profit on something else.
This department is where my experience as a mer
chant manifest:3 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
you good sarvice and save you money.
It is all nonsense to assert that "we are the only
ones." Inspect my stock and if I cannot- give you a fit,
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 stiit made to order
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
I 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
Chocolate Peppermint Pralines,
Chocolate Covered Almonds,
Salted Pecans, Salted Almonds, I
Vanilla Chocolates, Jordan Almonds,
Chocolate Croquettes, . Cream Peppermints.
Marshmellows, Scotch Kisses, -
Old Fashioned Molasses Candy,
Huyler's American Drop--er it
Orange, la it
Lemon,' Assortod Fruit.
He is the happy candidate because he has no compe
His P]atform is
,-Low Prices & High Values.
He has fought high prices for fivevyears and now he
e is conqueror. No competition, as everybody knows that
C Till's is the place to get your money's worth.
Just in, one solid case of Jacquard Embroidered
C Swisses, worth 20c, for-.................
let any one try aid convince you that_
1 their 20c goods are better than Till's at
t 10c. They are fooling you.- Come And'
get samples from us and compare them.
We are the happy candidate in this line also.
O Just in, one solid case of 50c,.75c, $1 and $1.50
Ladies' Hats in jobs and samples. Yon get
C your choice for............5...........c
If you are without prejudice and simply want
best goods for the least money, . I TJ wil sel you.
E . C. HORTON, JR. T. MITCHELL wEILS.
IFor the month of June we will commence to close out
Uall our Summer Hats, and even if you have already bought
one or two hats, if you will come and see the beautiful
SSummer Millinery that graces our store and at the prices
we are offering them, you will be tempted to buy another
one. And to you people that have not bought your hat
this is a glorious opportunity and one which you cannot
well afford to let pass.
SDry Qoods'and Shoes
Wel~ve at Moving Prices.
We haveadded to our already complete stock of Dry
Goods chic, new things, such as are being offered to the up
to-date retailer of today, and we get-them at a mighty re
Sduced price this season of the year. Hence you need not
be surprised at the unheard of values we have to offer you.
INew arrivals in White Goods this week.
New shipment of Soft Black Mulls.
IYou should see our Ten-Cent Table of Embroidery and
Insertion. You can't match it in this market.
SBeautiful assortment of all the best things in Wash
Goods and our prices on the same are cheaper than the
next man's, because we handle goods only for cash.
Pretty line of CROSSETT LOW CUT SHOES just in.
MUTUAL DRY GOODS COMPANiY.
SLUTHER MCINTOSH. [w ._MINTER TRNER. -