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MANNING, S. C.. APRIL 2 6, 1905.
Publishes All County and Town Of
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MUST be in
this oflice by Saturday Noon in order to
insure publication the following week.
For several years past we have es
tablished and built up a reputation
in Gent's and Ladies' Underwear.
This season we have made extra
preparations and have now in stock
the largest line of Ladies' and Gent's
Summer Gauze Underwear we have
ever shbwn, and in order to move
this large stock we must quote val
ues that cannot be had elsewhere.
One case of 100 dozen Ladies' fine
Bleached Lisle Thread Tane Neck
Vests, value 15c each, our priee 10c
One case, 50 dozen Ladies' Gauze
Vests, real value 10c, our price, as
long as they last, 5c each.
One case, 25 dozen Gent's Gauze
Undervests, with Drawers to match,
big value at 25c each or 50e per Suit.
One ease, 50 dozen Gent's real Bal
briggan Vests, with Drawers to
match, at 50c each or 95c per Suit,
Vest and Drawers. Now this is the
number on which we do the Under
wear business and we boast of hav
ing something that you can't find in
every store. Give these a look,
Big value in Gent's Blue and White
Stripe Vests and Drawers to mateb,
real value '5c each,but we offer them
as long as they last at 40c each or 75e
.W. E. JENKINSON CO.
Miss Mottie Till spent Easter in
Mrs. F. W. Dicksoa of Alcolu is vis
iting in town.
Mr. Joe Davis of Davis Station spent
yesterday in town.
On and after May 1st, the stores will
close at 6 o'clock p. m.
Mr. M. Marcus and family of King
stree spent last Sunday in town.
Mr. Julian Weinberg of Camden vis
ited his parents here last week.
We are glad to note that Mfr. Marion
Bradham is much better, after a severe
The bicycle ordinance- published in
' this issue is a wise provision for the
A cucumber of this seasons full
growth was presented to us by Mrs.
Nimmer last week.
Mr. Jim Jones has taken charge of
the Jenkinson hotel, and will conduct
a hotel there in the futnre.
The local fans want to serve base
ball this summer. All right boys, the
games will be patronized.
Married at the home of Rev. Bradley
Sardinia last Sunday. Mr. Walter Har
rington and Miss Adelle Bristow.
Mrs. J. S. Cantey, accompanied by
Mr. H. T. Cantey and wife, of Summer
ton, spent last Monday in Manning.
Miss Loulye Harvin of Orangeburg
visited her parents here last week, ac
companied by Miss Brown of Anderson.
Mrs. M. A. Webber, of Spartanburg
is visiting her son, Mr. 0. E. Webber,
and daughter, Mrs. J. Furman Brad
Mr. Edward Reardon is suffering
from nerve-shatter, brought on from a
news shock he received from a mar
riage in Salem.
The Black River Union convened in
the Baptist church last Saturday, and
a number of visiting clergymen and lay
Mrs. R. S. Connor, of Greeleyville,
spent several days of last week in Man
nmg, in the interest of the Greelyville
Mr. A. Nachman of Darlington spent
several days in Manning with ~his
nephew, Mr. A. Weinberg. and re
turned home Monday.
Mr. Louis Loyns, a former citizen of
this town, now living in Timmousville,
is in Manning today. Mr. Loyns has
many warm friends here.
We learn with regret that Maj. H.
B. Richardson, of Fulton, is at the hos
pital at Columbia, where he has under
went a surgical operation.
The'saw mill of Messrs. White &
Dyson, at Jordan. was destroyed by
fire last night. No insurance, and the
loss is estimated at $2,000.
'We are under obligations to Captain
W. A. Warr, section-master, for a,
delightful treat of strawberries. We
appreciate these kindly attentions.
Only 80 of the 800 "Old Folks" Bibles
left. Will be sent prepaid on receipt
of $1. Big, bold type, for dim eyes. No
more to be had. H. W. Finlayson, 436
Broadway, New York, N. Y.
The pension money has not been re
ceived by the clerk of court yet, and
it will be several weeks before it will
be here for distribution. Notice will
be given in'this paper when it reaches
While riding the goat last Monday
night in the Woodmen forest Mr.
Percy Harvin of Silver, met with an
accident which was embarrassing but
not serious. He had a similar accident
when he was a little boy.
A tractiori engine on its way to San
tee passed through town last Saturday
and created quite a sensation. We
would as soon have traction engines as
automobiles puffing, dashing and spit-,
ting through the streets. One wvill
scare horses as well as the other.
The Misses Rabb gave an "at home"
last Thursday evening at the Man
ning Hotel, and the function also serv
ed as a reception to Mr. and Mrs. L. R.
McIntosh, who were married the same
evening, and for the present will make
their home at the Manning Hotel.
We will suggest to our friends at
Foreston, John Land and Pueitt Sprott
to let us know when Cnarlie Mason
takes them to Brewington for a pine
bark ste w. We can show them some
thing that Charlie found here last Mon
igtwhich he would not have
them'to.know, but they can get it if
they waist it.
On Friday evei'ing, April 14, a musi
cal recital was given at Oak Grove
schoolhouse for the benefit of the school
library. The sum of $7.40 was realized.
For the lovers of music it was indeed a
rare treat to listen for more than an
hour to the most delightful music. The
program was rendered by the accom
plished music teacher, Miss Frances
Mobley, assisted by Miss Aretas Mel
lette. When each number was so per
fect it would be difficult to select the
best (but we think nothing could have
been more beautifully played than Toc
cata by Miss' Mobley, and the sweet,
cultirated voice of Miss Mellette
charmed the audience with the vocal
salo Oleander. These young ladies are
to be congratulated on the success of
the occasion and the thanks of the en
tire community are due them for the
worthy cause to which the proceeds
wil be devoted..
The dam of Uibbons' mill was cut
last Saturday night and considerable
damage would have resulted had it not.
by accident, been discoverad in time.
Ir. Howard MeElveen had sent a boy
otT with a horse to be shod, the
boy failed to return, and it was while
Mr. MKcElveen was hunting for his
horse that he discovered the cut. which
was about two feet wide. He immed
iately raised the flood gates and swung
the water away from the break, then
gave the alarm, and with assistance
repaired the break.
It is said that the owners of the pond
objected to people using nets and ex
plosives in the pond and they prose
cuted some of them. which is supposed
to be the cause of the malice.
Won a Name of Fame.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the fam
ous little pills, have been made famous
by their certain yet harmless and
entle action upon the bowels and
liver. They have no equal for bilious
ness. constipation, etc. They do not
weaken the stomach, gripe or make
vou feel sick. Once used always pre
ferred. They strengthen. Sold by The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
There was brought from Summer
ton. and lodged in jail here last Mon
day night, a young white man by the
name of Philip Pearson. charged with
breaking into the railroad depot and
stealing therefrom S15. The evidence
against the young fellow. we are told
is conclusive. This young man is a son
of Mr. Samuel Pearson of Mayesville,
who is a gentleman highly esteemed in
that community. It is stated, when the
young man got into this trouble, a tele
gram was sent to one of his brothers in
Sumter, whose reply indicated that the
family would not come to his rescue.
A party living here says that whiskey
is the cause of the boy's downfall, and
that he has teen drinking heavily for
the past year.
Plans to Get Rich
re often frustrated by sudden break
down, due to dyspepsia or constipation.
Brace up and takeDr. King's New
Life Pills. They take out the materials
which are clogging your energies. and
i-e you a new start. Cure headache
and dizziness too. At The R. B. Loryea
Drug Store. 25c Guaranteed.
Married at the Presbyterian manse,
by Rev. J. M. Holladay, last Thursday,
Dening, Mr. Luther R. Mcintosh
and Miss M. Ada Bagnal. The wit
nesses were Mr. W. K. McIntosh, a
brother of the groom, and Miss Hattie
Bagnal, a sister of the bride, Mr. W.
E. Jenkinson and his little daughter,
Martha. Mr. McIntosh is one of Man
ning's young business men, a member
of the Mutual Dry Goods Company and
he has a host of friends, who rejoice
with him in his happiness. Miss Bag
nal is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. M.
Bagnal, and one of the sweetest of Man
ning's flowers. The couple enter upon
the matrimonial sea with the sincerest
wishes of a whole community that hold
them in high esteem. Although their
marriage was quiet, the friends of the
pair remembered them with a number
of valuable presents. May they, and
theirs, live long and prosper is the
oast We drink to Mr. and Mrs. Mc
No Gloss Carriage Paint Made
will wear as long as Devoe's. No others
re as heavy bodied, because Devo's
weigh 3 to 8 ounces more to the pint
sold by the Manning Hardware Co.
Somes time ago A. P. Prioleau, con
~esting the seat of Congressman Legare,
ook testimony here,,and this morning
~estimony in reply on behalf of Mr. Le
rare was taken in the court house be
'ore Notary Public F. K. Myers, Esq.,
>f Charleston. Contestee Legare was
'epresented by M. Rutledge Rivers,
sq., of the Charleston bar, and Prio
.eau was represented by R. A. Stew
trt, Esq., of the local bar. The wit
esses summoned to testify were J. H.
ing, S. A Hunter and J. J. Gardner
)f St. Paul, Supervisors of Registra
ion, Worsham, W. T. Kelly and E. D.
~odge. It was brought out in the tes
~iony that one C. P. Ragin, who testi
ied at the former hearing that over
ave hundred negroes were denied the
rivilege of voting at St. Paul, was not
t the polls until, just before the polls
losed, and that several negroes com
olained to the managers at that box that
agin was charging ten cents apiece
for election tickets.
Besthe The Kind You Have Always Bought
President Harvie Jordan, of the
Southern Cotton Growers' Association,
has issued a call to the presidents of
county associatibns urging them to
call county meetings for May 2nd. This
is the final one for the spring, and he
wants a full attendance. In accordance
with President Jordan's call, President
E. D. Hodge requests us to call those
interested in the cotton movement to
attend a meeting in the court house at
Manning, Tuesday. May 2nd. at 11
o'clock, a. m. Mr. Hodge urges a full
attendance of those who were appoint
ed to organize their townships, and
everybody else, farmer, merchant, mill
men, banker, or anybody else interest
ed. He has written the secretary, of
the State association to provide this
meeting with speakers and urges a
large attendance. Remember next
Tuesday is the date for the final spring
meeting, and at this meeting valuable
information will be given out. Let
their be no lagging in Clarendon. Let
us show that we are alive to the situ a
tion and in the fight with 'our sister
counties and States. Let next Tuesday's
meeting be rouser.
Old Presbyterian church building.
For particulars apply to W. S. Har vin.
chairman, b'ld'g comn.
Unless the telephone company recede
from their exactions recently made.,
quite a number of 'phones will put up
the "nothing doing'' sign. The price
paid for the kind of service is regarded
sufficient by those who have to pay,
and they say they will not pay any
more than promised for a ser
vice promised them but not received.
When the company started the price
for business 'phones was $1.50 per
month: later the company promised
the Sumter connection, together with
the county service for $2.00 per month.
Theumter connection vanished, but
no reduction in price came,patrons paid
their extra 50 cents just the same, and
now comes the company and informs its
patrons, it will re-establish the Sumter
connection, but it will exact 10 cents
every time the connection is given to
Sumter, Greeleyville, Salem and King
stree, and righthere is where the kick
omes good and strong. and may .result
in the organizationi of a ne w company,
which if organized. will put in a me
talic system and will not buy the pres
ent outfit at any price.
Bids solicited for the erection of aI
Brick Presbyterian Church at Man
ning S. C. All bids must be in by May
th, 1905. A bond of $3000. will be
required. Committee reserves right to
reject any and all bids. Plans and
specifications can be seen at the office
of J. H. Sams. architect Columbia. S.
C., and at my office Manning, S. C.
Completion of Church desired not later
than October 1st, 1905.
W. SCOTT HARVIN,
Two of our pronuineut business men
recently bought lots in the business
section of Summerton. Both of them
have a strong faith in the future of
Summerton. and it will not surprise us
greatly if the business men of that
eoming town do not soon have the
benefits of water transportation, thus
getting the -.dvantage of competitive
freight rates. When the steamer from
Columbia to Georgetown is put on, we
believe some kind of a road will be
built to Wright's Bluff, if it has to be a
wooden tram, the same as Manning
had to Foreston before the Central
road was built.
A man living in this county, who is
industrious and well thought of, told us
that he came to this town with $75. in
his pocket, got on a spree with some
friends, and he does not know what be
came of his money. The kindly atten
tions of tiese friends contined until he
had no money. and then he found he
was bereft of frieuds and money too.
That is the way of it, one who is the
unfortunate victim of drink, can always
find friends who will stick to him as
long as his money lasts. but Iet that get
away, and in ninety nine cases out of a
hundred these whilom friends will kick
him first, even if they were the ones to
grab his cash. Whiskey-made friends
are a weak man's worst enemies.
If every township in the Southern
cotton belt would respond as does
Plowden's Mill in this county, we
would feel safe in prophesying that
the cotton crop of 1905. would not
reach over 9000,000 bales and the price
would be 20 cents per pound. A per
sonal interview had with 18 farmers
in Plowden's Mill, show that in 1904
they planted 1,050 acres in cotton and
used 250 tons of fertilizers, these farm
ers in 1905 will plant 484 acres in cot
ton. and will use 117 tons of fertilizer.
Here is a reduction of over one-half in
both acreage and fertilizer.
In Brewington township the acreage
is reduced over 25 per cent, so it is in
Concord, and St. James. There are
several townships yet to get together
but from nearly all the reports show a
reduction in both acreage and fertilizer.
Fulton and Calvary townships nothing
heard from yet, and the same we can
say for Friendship. If this was a pri
mary election, with some of its promi
nent citizens in the field as candidates,
we have no doubt but that all three
townships would have r e s o o n d e d
The time is drawing to a close; only
a few days left to vote in the ring con
test. Remember that voting ceases
May 1st, which will be next Monday.
Those who are public spirited should
make the remaining days of the contest
lively. The cause is one which should
appeal to every man who feels an in
terest in this town and community.
The proceeds from this ring contest
does not sto to a band of travelling fun
makers to be carried to distant States,
and possibly blown in at the races, but
in this case the proceeds go to an insti
tution that will be a part and parcel of
this town, and which will tend to ad
vance its material interests An in
sttution which will aid the chnrches
and schools to build a better citizen
ship. make better fathers and mothers,
more devoted brothers and sisters. It
will be a place to satisfy the craving
of higher ambitions-an institution, the
influence of which, will be felt in all
walks of life, in the store, the office,
the school, the farm, the. work-shop,
and the home.
People arouse yourselves to a cause
which has for its motive something we
will all be proud' of. It is something
hat eliminates, clanishness, and little
ess of spirit, and build this community
nto a high, broad-minded people. Any
own possessed of a public library, ad
ertises its people to the world, as be
ng appreciative of that which is more
han the present-they all look forward
to the future, and building for those
who are to take their places.
For a Weak Digestion.
No medicine can replace food but
Chamberlain's Stomack and Liver
ablets will help you digest your food.
t is not the quantity of food taken that
ives strength and vigor to the system,
ut the amount digested and* assimi
ated. If troubled with a weak diges
tion, don't fail to give these Tablets a
rial. Thousands have been benefitted
y their use. They only cost a quarter.
or sale by The R. B. Loryea Drug
Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
Sumter District Conference convenes
t the Methodist church this evening
t 8:30 o'clock.
The following list shows the names
f the delegates and the homes where
hey will be entertained:
Rev. A. N. Brunson-Revs. H. B.
Browne, S. H. Booth, R. H. Jones.
Rev. Brunson for P. B. Mouzon
Revs. L. F. Beaty, L. L. Bedenbaugh.
J. Elbert Davis-Rev. S. D. Bailey,
. M. Davis.
C. R. Sprott-Rev. E. K. Moore, 'M.
Mrs. L. M. Barfield-Rev. W. D.
Patrick. Jno. N. JTones.
E. S. McIntosh-Rev. S. M. Jones,
D. E. Spencer.
R. D. Clark-W. JTasper Turbeville,
. W. McCoy.
J. W. McLeod-Rev. G. ?.. Waddell,
Rev. W. B. Wharton, N. S. McLeod,
Mrs. Anna M. Davis-Revs. J. P.
[nabnit, P. F. Kilgo.
W. G. King.-Rev. J. J. Stephenson,
. M. Watts. Robert Dinkins and Jas.
Joseph Sprott-W. C. Chandler.
J. D. Gerald-Rev. C. C. Herbert'
C. W. Birchmore.
S. IL Till-Rev. J. C. Youngue, L. A.
W. J. Troublefield-Rev. E. F. Scog
gins, C.'J. Rollins.
SS.'A. Rigby-Rev. 5. O. Cantey, L.
Mrs. L. K. Howle-J. D. Hill, W. R.
. H. Rigby-Prof. J. G. Clinkscales,
. R. Griffin.
I. M. Bagnal-E. B. Felder, W. H.
T. F. Cotl'ey-T. H. McMillan, I. P.
L. L. Wells-Ji. H. Burgess.
Rt. RI. Jenkinson-E. D.. Reames, P.
J. F. Dickson-Rev. B. J. (juess. R.
W. C. Davis-Dr. T. H. Law, Dr. W.
Jos. F. Rhame-J. A. Rhame.
W. W. Brailsford--Rev. H. C. Be
thea, C. W. Chandler.
Rev. Jno. 0. Gough-Rev. D. A.
Phillips, Dr. L. W. Nettles.
F. 0. Richardson--Rev. W. P. Way,
D. M. Barrentine.
Dr. W. M. Brockinton-Rev. C. S.
A. J. White-J. C. Graham, J. W.
Capt. D. J. Bradham-JT. R. Barrow,
W. J. Hanna.
Mayor D. M. Bradham-J. M. Knight
H. W. Scott.
J. L. Wilson-Dr. Jno. 0. Wilson,
J. M. Woodley.
Chamerlan's Congh Remedy The liest and
"Mothers buy it for croupy children,
railroad men buy it for severe coughs
and elderly people buy it for la grippe,"
say More Bros., Eldon, Iowa. "~We sell
more of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
than any other king. It seems to have
taken the lead over several other good
brands." There is no question but this
medicine is the best that can be pro
cured for coughs and colds, whether it
be a child or an adult that is afilicted.
It always cures and cures quickly. Sold
by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac
M. Torm.ro Prom
A Clarendon Boy Weds in Maryland.
Woodfield, Md.. April 12.-This eve
ning a double wedding took place at
Upper Senecea Baptist church, Cedar
Grove, near Woodfield, Montgomery
county, when Miss Laura Rebecca
Woodfield married Mr. Cornelius A.
Watkins, son of Mr. L. D. Watkins, of
Cedar Grove, and Miss Rose Lee Wood
field married Mr. Robert, Lee Jones,
son of Mr. G. R. Jones, of Davis, S. C.
The brides are accomplished young
women and especially known' in uiusi
cal circles. They are daughters of
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Woodfield. The
ushers were Misses Orida King and
Maud Watkins and Messrs. D. B. Jones
and Lafayette Bowman. The brides
who are blondes, were handsomely at
tired it white silks, trimmed with lace
and ribbons. They wore white tulle
veils, caught up with white rosebuds.
The lady ushers wore white silk. The
church was artistically trimmed with
cut flowers and ferns. The brides and
the lady ushers proceeded up one aisle,
while the grooms with their atten
dants, proceeding up :a parallel aisle,
met the brides and their attendants at
the altar, where Rev. W. S. 0. Thomas
pastor of the church, performed the
ceremony. Mrs. J. L. Burdette, of
Mount Airy, Md., played Mendelssohn's
wedding march during the marriage.
A luncheon was served before the cer
The going-away costumes of the
ladies were suitsof light gray broad
cloth and large black picture hats. The
wedding trip was to Washington,
where they will spend a short honey
moon. After their return they will
reside at 1927 Edmondson ave., Balti
more. --Baltimore Sun.
Letter to C. R. Breedin.
Dear Sir: Here's something every
painter and builder ought to know.
Mr. J. J. Hall. Sheffield, Pa., painted
two houses, 5 years ag, lead-and-oil;
took 40 gallons. Last year he painted
Devoe; bought 40 gallons; had 10 left.
He is one of thousands. The knowl
edge is getting about pretty generally,
that Devoe goes further than anything
Have you found it out in your own
How much further?
Suppose a job amounts to 10,000 square
feet: how much less Devoe could you
Is it as easy to paint? Does it cost any
more or less to put on by the gallon
than anything else? how much?
If it costs no more to put on Devoe by
the gallon, it costs less by the foot, you
know; for the gallon does more feet.
How much less, do you find it, for
Lasts, say, twice as long; that is the
owner's gain; but perhaps you reckon
it yours: some do. The time, when that
comes in, is when he gives out the next
Who gets it?
F. W. DEVOE & CO.
P. S. Manning Hardware Co. sells
our pai. -
The Furniture Man. Levi Block. tf]
Plant Wood's tested and true Wheat
Seed. The R. B. 'Loryea Drug Store.
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Two (2) Druggists at The Prescrip
tion Drug Store, Capers & Co., Prop's.
Dickson Hardware Co., is now ready
t take your order for Tobacco Barn
We carry the Celebrated William
ell Flour -give it a trial-L. L. Wells
About fifty good second hand Bug
ies, Surriesand Wagons. Prices very
ow, and terms easy. Legg & Hutchin
Now is the time to place your order
or a Champion Binder, Reaper, Mower
r Rake. We have coming a car load
f these Machines. Legg & Hutchin
Extra Buggy Poles, Yokes, Shafts,
ushions, Storm Aprons and Uinbrellas
lso extra One Horse Wagon Tongues,
Shafts, Boddies and Spring Seats.
egg & Hutehinson.
An Ordinance to Regulate the Riding
of Bicycles in the Town of Manning:
Be it Ordained by the Mayor and
Aldermen of the Town of Manning,
and by the Authority of the same:
Section 1. That on and after May 1st,
1905, it shall be unlawful for any per
son or persons, to ride a bicycle on, or
along the sidewalks of the following
streets, to wit: Main or Brooks Street,
from the Moses Levi Memorial Insti
tute to South Boundary Street, at the
tesidence of B. A. Johnson; Boyce
Street, from R. L. Bell's shop to Church
Street, at the residence of E. J. Browne;
Mill Street, from the residence of S. A.
Rigby to Harvin's hosiery mill.
Sec. 2. That the rate of speed on
the sidewalks not herein prohibited,
shall not exceed six (6) miles per hour.
Sec. 3. That all persons riding on
any of the 'sidewalks not herein pro
hibited, after twilight, shall have
lighted lanterns .attached to their
bicycles, also alarm bells attached to
their bicycle, whether day or night,
and which shali be sounded just before
reaching any of the street corners or
crossings, and on approaching, or pass
ing any pedestrian.
Sec. 4. That any person or persons,
violating any one or all of the provis
ions of this Ordinance, shall be fined
fifty cents, or be sentenced to the chain
gang for not less than two days for
each and every such violation.
Sec. 5. That pedestrians shall have
the right-of-way on all sidewalks, and
that where any one is run over by a bi
cycle, the rider shall be fined in a sum
of not less than ten (10) dollars, or be
sentenced to the chaingang for not more
than thirty days.
Sec. 6. That all Ordinances relating
to the riding of bicycles in the Town of
Manning prior to this, be, and the same
are hereby repealed.
Ratified by Council April 17th, A. D.
D. M. BRADHAM.
E. J. BROWNE, Mayor.
Is hereby given that on and after May
1st, 1905, the Board of County Commis
sioners for Clarendon County will hire
Road Overseers, in each township of
said county, for the purpose of ordering
out bands and superintending work on
the Public Roads in their respective
The overseers will be directed to or
der out all male adults in their respec
tive townships, except those that are
by law exempted from duty on the
P~ublic Roads, and those that produce
a commutation tax receipt from the
Treasurer of Clarendon County for
year 1905, four days during the months
of May and June for the purpose of
working the Public Roads of said
All those who are subject to Road
duty will be required to work four con
secutive days in the spring and the
same number of days in the fall.
The time for paying commutation
taxes has been extended until June 1st.
By order of Board.
T. C. OWENS,
SB. nROWv Cler [29-t3
A delightful toilet article.
FOR -SALE AT
RHAME'S DRUG STORE.
\/10 F I E3
A delightfully perfumed Violet
Soap, 5c and 15c the cake, at
RAAME'S DRUG STORE.
When You Shave
Use COLGATE'S SHAVING SOAP and let your
face get smooth and free' from bumps.
Three styles at Rhame's'Drug Store, 10 and 25c.
One box (old style) Col
3 gate's Violet Talc... . 25c.
And ohe .one box Allan's
Borated Talcum........ 25c.
Remember, this offer closes as
soon as this notice is removed.
Rhame's Drug Store,
SUMMERTON. S. C.
13,4440 (1,120 dozen) Collars and Cuffs at... .. ..1
All lienot second hand, but perfectly good.
S600 (0 dozen) Straw Hats at............... 0
SMen's, Boys' and Children's nice clean straw
Sgoods, not field hats, but Dress Hats.
14(12 dozen) Ladies' Street Hats at........ ...... 25c
S14N ice clean Dress Hats, wvorth more than twice
108 T9dozen) Ladies' Dress Hats at........ ... .. . .. S0c
(9hese are $1 and $1.25 Sample Hats, this spring's
I10 pieces White Mercerized Cotton Good, the 20 and
25c kind, for... .. ........ ...... .12j-, 15 and 20c
50 pieces Fast Colored 27-inch Batiste, the 84,c kind,
- for cash only...,... .......... -. ..- ... .... .. C oc
__ 50 pieces fast colored Batiste, the 15c kind, for. ...10c
All new styles.
S15 pieces Cotton Voile, worth 20c, bought from a
busted ladies' specialist factory, while it lasts at 10c
I40-inch White Lawn, iSc value, for........ .. .. ..l 10
40-inch Checked Dimity, 20c value, for.. . . .. . 15c
27-inch Checked Dimnity, 15c value, for.. ...... .. .l10
1 cas fine soft 36-inch Cambric, 121c value, we sell it
as long aa it lasts at......... ................S 8c
Come and see this and get samples.
36Men's Suits, odd sizes, bought at auction, we sell them
36at less than half price. Come and see if we can't fit
3 ou. We have other goods in nice, new, clean goods
at or under price.
SFor Shoes, Oxfords in the very latest styles,- White,
Black, Tan and any other color, we are leaders.
An expert trimmer in charge of our millinery parlor all
Yours for low prices,
SJ. W. McLEOD.
THE LAST DAYS OF APRIL
AND THE FIRST DAYS OF MAY,
There certainly ought to be great activity in the
e movement of spring and summer merchandise durin)g the
coming two weeks. We are wide awake to this fact.
Our Great Easter Sale just closed was beyond our
sanguine expectations and we feel very grateful to those
of you who came and who bought.
In our Millinery room it has been very necessary for
our force to work night and day in order to get out the
orders on time. The trade has long learned that when
the MUTUAL puts it down in print it's so, and means a e
great deal to the purchaser.
We have recently a'nd will continue to replenish all
the departments with the season's brightest, newest and
C most stylish goods and are ready to start this two weeks'
sale with almost as complete lines as you found in the -
Three Great Black Goods Specials,
For the two weeks' selling, 50 inch wide Black Mo
lhair, elegant lustre and shades the best, wears well, at 60c
50-inch-wide Black, also Navy Blue Panama Cloth,
0 the new fabric,tucks beautifully for the new skirts,at 90c.
Black All Wool Batiste, a nice, light, airy dress ma
terial, at 75c.
Then we can supply you with all the new Aeleons,
Crepe Goods. Poplins, etc., at our usual way of selling
Beautiful things in White Goods, Lawns; Dimities,
MulIs and Wash Chiffon; they are in profusion.
The real Cannon Cloth at 10c yard. This article is
-fine for the shirt waist suitbs.
Beautiful Lace Stripe Hose in Blacks, Tans and
We don't claim everything in ladies' headgear, but we
C do claim to sell all the -newest ideas in Millinery, and the
C best part is we sell high quality at a low price.
Trimmek Hats froin 50c to any price you want them
Our line of Ready-to-Wear Hats, from 50c up, are
~ world beaters.
Come in and let Miss Barkhead talk Hats with you.
Beautiful line of White Ready-Made Shirt Waists.
made in the best styles, with the new sleeves, at 50c, $1
and $1.25, cheaper than the-material will cost .you.
Those of you that are wearing our QUEEN QUAL
ITY and CROSSETT Shoes know what a source of pleas
ure it is to your feet and pocketbook as well, so tell your
e friends to come here for their shoes.
MTUAL DRY GOODS COIIPANY.:
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Many others in Jacquards, Voiles,~
SEolines, Silks, etc., that are very pieas:
Sing to the eye and the prices are the best.
IWe are showing some specials in this
line. Price, 50c, 65c and 75c yard.
Colored Wash Goods. E
S This line embraces all of this season's
Snewest and latest weaves in Silk Efects,
Silk Fancies, Lawns,Organdies and many
Sothers too numerous to mention. Call
Sand see the lir-e, they were bought for
I J. H. R IOBY.
I ~ TIHE YOUNG RELIABLE.