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Me uuing Eimeu.
MANNING. S. C., MAY 10, 1905.
Publishes All County and Town Of
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for .a
change of ad. IUST be in
this office by Saturday Noon in order to
insure publication the following week.
Very Important Offering of Ladies Hats at
W. E. Jenkinson Co. for the Next Two Weeks.
We have just gotten in and have now
on our shelves about 40 dozen Ladies
Hats. 480 Hats in all that we picked up
at about one fourth of their real cost to
manufacture them and we put these
nice trimmed Hats out at 75e $3.00
1.25 and $1.50 each, which is much
less than they would cost us in a regu
lar way. Ladies if you have not bought
your summer Hats yet.. call and see
these. We feel quite confident you
will be impressed with these splendid
values for we make it a rule to never
make a racket over nothing that has
not real merit in it. We can't say too
much for this lot of Hats for they are
bargains you rearly meet with. Call
and see the great valus in Wash
Goods. Ladies Oxford Ties.
Do you need a nice Silk Umbrella?
We have a splendid line of Ladies and
Gent's Umbrellas in every quality from
.>0c to $3.00 for the best Silk Umbrella.
It will pay you to see our line of
Gent's Summer Suits, Negligee Shirts,
Neck wear, Collars and Cuffs, Scrivens
Elastic Seam Drawers.
W. E. JENKINSON CO.
The town was full of traveling men
Mr. Willie Burgess of Sumter was in
Miss Mayme Harvin has returned
Mr. Claude Harvin of Sumter spent
esterday in town.
Mr. W. H. Anderson of Summerton
was in town Monday.
A woman's tongue often spoils a lot
of nice sweet silence.
Mr. Manning Richardson of Summer
ton spent Monday in town.
Mr. B. E. Clarkson, of Greelyville,
spent yesterday in Manning.
Died this morning, an infant. of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles M. White.
A woman has no use for a miserly
man, yet she always likes one close.
Mr. A. J. MeElveen of Mayesville
was in the city a few days last week.
The store windows ot J. H. Rigby's
store present a very pretty appearance.
Clean up your yards and lots before
the council cleans up your pocket book.
Mr. A. J. White, Jr., is spoken of for
one of the trustees of our local school.
Who holds the key to McLeod's
money box? Come in next Monday and
Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Williams returned
to their home in Columbia this morn
Capt. J. W. Marshali, of Rock Hill,
is visiting his daughter, Mi'.. R, L.
A large congregation attended the
communion service at Brewingtonl last
The Sumter Insurance Agency has
purchased the insurance business of the
late F. N. Wilson.
A double daily mail service would be
appreciated by the people along the
Clothes may not make the man, but
the want of them makes livig pictures
of the women.
A colored woman, near Scott's Lake,
wife of William Bozier, was killed by
lightning last Sunday.
A great deal of the fertilizer which
came to the farmers by rail, has al
ready left them by water.
Judges Youmans of Manning and
Nettles of Foreston occupied the court
house yesterday with a civil action.
The police have received instructions
to meet f~he arrival of trains, which the
travelling public will appreciate.
The stockholders of the local build
ing and loan association at its annual
meeting re-elected its old officers.
Mr. J. W. Gibbon, of New Zion. has
been recommended to Governor Hey
ward for the position of Game Warden.
Miss Sophia Huggins will leave Pax
ville next Friday afternoon for Fort
Mill, where her piarents have recently
Women go to church to 'see what
other women wear; and men go to a
burlesque show to see what they don't
A telephone message came here last
Thursday stating that an unknown ne
gro was killed by a falling tree near
The town is having a lot of broken
granite put down on the street cros
sings. We hope the expenditure will
Several of-the immigrants recently
landed at Alcolu have left that place,
some of them came here, but found no
The county treasurer is sigaing up
road tax receipts at a rapid rate. One
man from Friendship township paid for
14 men at one dash.
Now that the school exhibitions and
closings are ripe, won't it be a harvest
for the dry goods merchants who keep
lawns, mulls and laces.
Clarendon's tax levy for 1895 is 11*
mills, this together with the special
'school tax in most townships will
amount to 15* mills.
Messrs. W. M. Turner, A. I. Barron,
and S. L. Krasnoff, went to Greelyville
last evening to hunt in the forest of the
It is at last admitted that the sale of
fertilizer is considerably less than last
year, not only in this State but all over
the entire cotton belt.
J. H. Lesesne, Esq., has accepted an
invitation to deliver an address on June
2nd, at the closing exercises of the
Pine Grove g1-aded school.
The steamer that is to ply the Santee
will soon be hauling freight to Wright's
Bluff, and then we expect to hear the
railroad question revived.
The Alcolu railroad has put on a
Dassenger coach and will soon run a
iegular schedule which will be a great
convenience for the Salem public.
The school closing of the M\oses Levi
Memorial Institute takes place 28th,
and 29th. Hon. George S. Legare will
deliver the annual address, and State
Sperintendent of Education -p. B.
Martin wim a be present.
The school in charge of Miss Me
Faddin. near DuRant closed last Friday
evening with a nice program which
was well carried out by the scholars.
Miss Laura Cutter, formerly of this
county, but recently of Charleston, has
accepted a position in the city of Chi
cago, and left for that place vesterday
Read Rigby's half page ad this week.
it tells a tale which is alluring to those
who want quantity and quality at hai
mered down prices. It will pay you tO
look at his goods.
Our usual Suiumerton news letter
failed to get here this week, but from
a notice received from the )ost office
last night, we surmise that it was held
up in that office for lack of postage.
The Woodmen of this town will un
veil a monument with ritualistic cere
rionies to the memory of the late Dr.
J. M. Fladger. Sunday 21st inst. The
W. J. Muldrow, Esq. has moved to
Summerton and has hung out his
shingle at that progressive town. It is
a good sign for business when lawyers
locate in a new town.
Dr. Lionel C. Stukes and his bride
arrived here from Florida last Friday
morning, and several young people had
the pleasure of lunching with the cou
ple at the home of Dr. Stukes' parents.
The court which is to try "Ap." Fri
erson and Mrs. Flood for the murder
of J. E. Flood convenes at Valdosta.
next Monday. Mrs. Flood, the murder
ed man's wife, is to be tried with being
an "accessory after the fact."
Died suddenly at Camden last Thurs
day, Mr. S. Logan Lang. The de
ceased had been twice married, his
first wife was Miss Mary Frierson of
Wyboo, this county, eldest daughter of
the late Maj. J. J. Frierson.
Sumter county has about sold its
preseat court house site for $60.000 and
will buy a new site for $25,000 to erect
a modern building. Clarendon has a
magnificient court. house sight. but
when will it be able to build a fire
proof modern building?
We direct attention to the notice of
the Board of Health, with regard to
cleaning premises. A policeman will
inspect all premises and all persons re
ported to Council will be fined heavily.
Every place in the town should be put
in, and kept in a sanitary condition.
The Paxville academy has our sin
cere thanks for a cordial invitation to
be present at the closing exercises next
Friday evening. Capt. W. C. Davis
will deliver the annual address, and
the writer is asked to deliver the an
-- We would suggest to our merchants
that this is the season of the year to
begin to look for cotton buyers to come
on this market for the coming season.By
starting out in time arrangements
might be effected to make Manning
a very active market.
During an electric storm last Wed
nesday evening Miss Josephine Tim
mons was struck by lightning. The
children in the house with her were
shocked but not hnrt, and nothing was
hurt in the house. The burial took
place at Oak Grove on Friday. .
The friends of Algie Hawkins will
be pleased to know that he has suffici
ently recovered to be discharged from
the infirmary, and is getting along
nicely. He requests to thank his friends
for their kind interest in him, and .he
gratefully appreciates the loving min
istrations tended him.
A valuable cow belonging to Mr. W.
S. Harvin got caught out in the heavy
rain storm lost Wednesday night,'
walked into an open ditch and was
drowned. The question now is, can the
town be held responsible, when the
ditch is within a private enclosure?
-A belated report comes in from New
Zion which shows the farmers in that
township to be in line on the reduction
plan, and reports come in now from the
townships which declined to reduce
voluntary, have now reduced, since the
Mr. D. M. Bradham requests us to
state that on account of being Mayor
of the town, there may be a question
as to his eligibility to the position of
school trustee, and therefore he will
not consent tobe voted for in the elec
tion of trustees next Saturday.
Rev. J. M. Holladay will preach at
Corinth Presbyterian church on Sat
urdayat 11:30, a. in., and 2:30, p. m.
Dinner will be served on the grounds.
The pastor, Rev. R. L. Grier, will con
duct services on Sunday. The public is
invited to attend all these services.
A man from the Sardinia section by
the name of J. M. Player was here last
S.turday, and we heard him tell some
entlemen that a man told him of a
ell in the Jordan neighborhood float
ing off in one-of the cloud-bursts last
week. No wonder the Woodmen done
Player up when they had a chance,
they knew him.
"I Thank God!"
cried Hannah Plant, of Little Rock,
Ark., "for the relief I got from Buck
len's Arnica Salve. It cured my fearful
running sores which nothing else would
heal, and from which I had suffered for
five years." It is a marvelous healer
for cuts, burns and wounds. Guaranteed
at The R. B. Loryea Drug Store: 25c.
The money chest in J. W. McLeod's
window will be openged up next Monday
and the one holding the lucky key will
receive the contents of this tempting
box. The thing looks like it might
contain a great big fortune, but Till,
the manager, says it does not. He says
the one that brings the right key will
pull enough money to feel real good.
So every one who has a key should be
on hand at this grand gift enterprise.
V.Ak S 'T O R. I.4 .
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Married, Tuesday, April 2.5th, at
Whitmire, Newberry county, by Rev.
H. Pearcy, Mr. F. E. Bradham, of Man
ning, and Miss Louise Calder, of Whit
more. The groom is the eldest son of
Mr. J. F. Bradham, and is one of Clar
endon's most romising -young men.
He was principal of the Whitmire
graded school, but according to Whit
mire correspondent of the Herald and
News, Mr. Bradham expects, in a few
weeks to take charge of a newspaper in
When e'er you feel impending iil,
And need a magic little pill,
No other one will fill the bill
Like DeWitt's Little Early Risers.
The Famous Little Pills Early Risers
cure constipation. sick headache, bil
iousness, etc. They never gripe or
sicken, but imparts early rising energy.
Good for children or adults. Sold by
The IR. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Sheriff Gamble went to Kingstree
and brought back a couple of gentle
men for Clarendon's chaingang. Speak
ing of the chaingang reminds us of a
statement we heard upon the streets
very recently: in affect it was that those
connected with the county service ar'e
good feeders. They are furnished with
choice canned goods, butter. chickens
and eggs, Worcestershire sauce, and
hams. We do not know if it is- true,
but if it is true, the chaingang menu
The election for school trustees for
the Manning district. takes place next
Saturday. Wef have not as yet heard
whether all of the preseut board will
stand for re-clection. We have no op
'osition to any of the present board,
but it there are any that will not serve,
or if the patrons desire a change, it is
time those declining should make it
known. and the vote-s looking forward
to fill the place.
Time Tried and Merit Proven.
One Minute Cough Cure is right ou
time when it comes to curing coughs,
croup, whoopingcough, etc. It is per
fectly harmless, pleasant to take and is
the children's favorite cough syrup.
For sale by The R. B. Loryea Drug
Because of being in arrears in sub
scription we cut off a number of sub
scribers last week which we regretted
to have to do, but we cannot afford to
run this paper on long promises. We
now ask that a close scrutiny be given
to the label on the paper which shows
the date of expiration, and if the paper
is expected to be continuedthe money
will have to come, because we will
make another slash of delinuqents in a
short time. It is a case of no money, no
3=1r the AT10 ,PdYou Have Always Bought
Daniel Driggers, a young one-legged
man living about four miles west of
Manning, took up an idea that life was
an exaggerated affair, and that a trip
to the unknown land would be an ad
venture to break a monotonous exist
ence, and on last Friday equipped him
self with a bottle of liquor and a vial of
laudamun, he betook himself to a
branch near W. T. Lesesne's place,
and with none to disturb bis medita
tions but the flitting and occasional
chirping of birds, he emptied the con
tents of both vessels into his stomach,
and lay dovn to commune with
the angels. and wend his way up
the ladder that was once tread by
.Tacob. His friends missed him, and
after considerable searching found him
covered with sweat and flies and life
nearly extinct They labored upon the
almost lifeless body for several hours,
and succeeded by walking, pounding
and dosing with the help of a doctor,
in bring back to life the young man,
who has reached the conclusion that
his mind has changed, and that he does
not want to be an angel, and with the
angels stand, at least not now.
Most of the patent niedicine testi
monials are probably genuine. The fol
lowing notice-recently appeared in the
Atchison (Kan.) Globe: "Joe Tack, a
well known engineer, running on the
Missouri Pacific between Wichita and
Klowa, lately appeared in a big one,
with a picture, and when he was in
this otfice today, we asked him about
it. He said he had terrific pains in his
stomach, and thought he had can::er.
His druggist recommended Kodol and
he says it cured him. He recommended
it to others, who were also cured."
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what
you eat and cures all stomach troubles.
Sold by the R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Clarendon County Pension Roll for 1905.
Bradham, Thomas A, Manning.
Hobbs, W H H, New Zion; Jeffords,
J1 J, Alcolu: Robinson, H E, Seloc;
Strange, John P. Manning.
CLASS C, NO. 1--848.
Barns, John H, Foreston; Bell, M A,
Davis Station; Evans, H D, New Zion;
Benbow, H L, Davis Station; Iloyd, T
P, Turbeville: Hodge, J C, Manning;
Kirton, S W, Foreston; Ridgeway,
Reuben, Manning: Tobias, S R. Fares
CLAss C, NO. 2-$15.50.
Barwick, K M, Kinard; Baker, J W;
Boyce, Beronie R. Seloc; Bagnal, J M,
Manning; Bragdon, J J, Manning;
Brewer, James F, Manning; Brown,
John A; Brunson, W J, Manning:
Browder, J W, Manning; Bryant, B R,
Davis Station; Burke, W L; Billips,
Richard R, Summerton; Chewning, J
D, Manning; Coker, W N. Bethlehem;
Driggers, P B, Manning; Dyson, D C,
Manning; Dubose, C C, Manning;
Evans, S H D, New Zion; Floyd, J 0,
Sardinia: Floyd, Jeptha, Sandy Grove:
Griffin, H M, Manning; Geddings, W
W. Paxville; Green, E J, New Zion;
Green, J F, Turbeville; Grooms, G W,
Sandy Grove; Green, W L, Turbeville;
Griffin, J H, Packsville; Green, R W,
Turbeville; Haley, Isaac A, Foreston;
Hodge, J W, Manning: Hickman, W
W, Turbeville; Hodge, J E, Manning;
Jones, TW, Manning; Johnson, Daniel,
Foreston; Lee, A 0, Manning; Lowder,
H L, Manning; Lowder, J J, Foreston:
MElveen, T S, Turbeville; Morris, .1
E, Foreston; Nelson. R M, Manning;
Plowden, G W, Santee; Parker, Samuel,
Jordan; Plowden, S M, Manningr; Pack,
it R, Alcolu; Reese, A H, Alcolu; Rich
bourg, R. N, Davis Station; Robertson,
Ellerson, Seloc: Rhodus, G W, Fores
ton; Robertson, Thomas R, Seloc;
Reardon, John J, Mouzon: Strange,
Harvey, Manning; Strange, J W, Man
ning: Stokes, J W, Manning: Vick,
William, Silver: Tindal: J B, Davis
Station; Welch, J J, Turbeville: White,
J B, Manning; Ward, John A, Man
ning: Welch, John, Seloc.
CLASS,.C, NO. 3-448.
Cantey, A E; Burgess, M E, Man
ning: Frierson, Harriett R, Manning;
Gowdy, Isabella, Seloc; Gardner, S J,
Jordan; Gibbons, Susan R, Seloc; Nel
son, S A, Manning: Johnson, Susan
Manning; Johnson, Lucinda, Manning;
Ridgeway. Mary E, Foreston; Ridge,
way, Emma E, Manning; Stone, Dolly,
Paxville: Timmons, Rebecca, Man
ning; Wise, Mary E, Manning: Wil
liams, S C. Manning.
CLASS C, NO. 4-$15.50.
Ard, Leonora, Jordan; Barwick, M
A, Jordan: Barfield, M A, Alcolu: Bar
rineau, S L, Jordan; Beard, Emily, Se
lc: Belk, Malissa, Manning; turns,
Verline, Workman; Chewning, F E,
Felder; Clowney, M M; Coker, Marga
ret A, Seloc; Corbett, Julia N, Pax
ville: Childers, E V, Jordan, Cobia, H
M A, Manning: Clary, Mary J, Alcolu;
Corbett, Mary R: Corbett, M R F, St
Paul: Driggers, Treecy T, Alcolu: Du
Bose, A M, New Zion: Evans, Dolly D,
New Zion: Fann, Arena, Alcolu: Ged
dings, T A, Paxville: Gibbons, M C,
New Zion: Gibbons, Rebecca, New
Zion; Hardy, R M, New Zion; Haley,
Charity A, Jordan; Hodge, Alice; Hug
gins, Ellen J, Manning: Holladay, Fan
nie. Manning; Hudson, Sarah R, Man
ning: Johnson, Margaret M, New Zion;
Johnson. S E, Manning; Jetfers, Ade
line. Manning: Kolb, Keziah, Paxville;
Kolb, Mary, Paxville; Kelly, Martha 5,
Summerton; Lewis, Mary J, Manning;
MLeod, Mary J, Manning; Marette,
Mary; Osban, S A, Seloc; Pack, S E,
Seloc-Alcolu: Pack, W L, Manning;
Rhodus, Mary L, Mdanning: Richard
son. M A, Summerton: Richbourg,
Ann. Plowden's Mill: Richbourg, Car
rie, 'Foreston: Roberson, Maria M;
Sports, Ellen C, Davis Station; Tim
mons, H T, Paxville; Tindal, Caroline,
Manning: Tobias, Sarah C, Manning;
Welch, Isabella, Seloc: Wilder, Mar
geret, Bethlehem: Wilder. M-rgaret
L. DuRant: Welch, Sarah A, Turbe
Joseph WV Stukes, not raised, not to
tally blnd: Isaac B White, not raissd,
not enough disability; Ervin J Green,
not. raised, not enough disability; John
WV Baker. not raised, not enough disa
bility: John F Morris, property and
short service; T M Mims, property 535;
After the death of my busbaud, 1lr.
F. N. Wilson, uot being able to con
tiuue his insurance business, I deemed
it wise to sell same to some experience
insurance agent, one who understands
the business. Accordingly I have dis
posed of the business and good will of
the late F. N. Wilson, to Mr. I. H.
Moses, of Sumter, S. C., who now has
charge, and I ask the policy holders to
continue their insurance in the F. N.
Wilson Insurance Agency, the name
the business will be run in, with Mr. I.
I. Moses as Manager. Being an ex
perienced man in the business, I know
the policies will be written correctly
and in a painstaking manner. Bespeak
ing for him a continuance of your pat
ronage, as it will be a favor to myself
and the companies, I am
MRS. F. N. WILSON.
Having purchased the Fire Insurance
bnsiness of the late Mr. F. N. Wilson
and having secured the agency of all
the companies formerly represented by
him, I beg to say to the people of Clar
endon and Williamsburg counties that
1 will take pleasure in renewing their
insurance policies and writing any new
insurance they may want. All persons
having policies expiring soon can rest
assured that their insurance will be re
newed and policies sent to them before
they expire. Solicit'g a continuance
of your patronag-, w are
Yours very respectfully,
THE F. N. WILSON INSURANCE
I. H. MOSES,
Sold by Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.
I suffered for many years with ner
vous and-sick headache. Tried many
medicines and several Uoctors. Nothing
cured me until I got Lee's Headache
and Neuralgia Remedy. It is simply
worth its weight in gold.
Mrs. JNO. W. SRINKLE.
Charlotte, N. D.
The price 25c at Dr. W. E. Brown &
In order to love mankind we must
not'expect too much of them.-Helvo
There is a Difference.
The difference between Kennedy's
Laxative Honey and Tar and all other
cough syrups is that it moves the bow
els, thus expelling a cold from the sys
tem. This relaxes the nerve tissues
and by its healing effect on the throat
and lungs the cough is relieved -cured
entirely. Kennedy's is the original
Laxative Honey and Tar and contains
no opiates. Good alike for young or old.
Tastes good. Sold by The R. B. Loryea
Extremes In the Mails.
Extremes sometimes meet In the
malls. In a recent pile of exchanges
the Yukon News from Dawson, Yukon
territory, was In juxtaposition with
the Isle of Pines Appeal from San
ta Fe, Isle of Pines, and the Freethink
er of London lay cheek by jowl with
the Christian Intellgencer of New
York.-New York Tribune.
A Disastrous Calamity.
It is a disastrous calamity when you
lose your health, because indigestion
and constipation have sapped it away.
Prompt relief can be had in Dr. King's
New Life Pills. They build up your di
gestive organs, and cure headache,
dizziness, colic, constipation, etc. Guar
anteed at The Rt. B. Loryea Drug
Japanese "Silent" Music.
A curious ceremony is performed in
Japan by the court musicians at cer
tain Shinto festivals. Both stringed
and :wind instrumnents are used, but it
Is hold that no sound should be allowed
to fall upon unworthy ears, apd, as
some of the ears prebent might be urn
worthy, all the fl0tlons of playing are
gone through by the mesdazis, but not
a sle soid Is bepd. This strnge
ctodates bdels . lO~tions8,
but since the advent of ~YIstion has
rapidly lost favor.
While a bilious attack is decidedly
unpleasant it is quickly over when
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets are used. For sale by The R.
B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea
The Furniture Man, Levi Block. tfj
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.
The pension money is now in and
ready for distribution.
Saturday, May 13th will be my last
day in Paxville. J. B. Taylor, Photo
I have the Agency for several good
strong Fire Insurance Companies and
will devote my entire time to the busi
ness Will give prompt attention to
any business placed with me and solicit
your patronage. J. L. Wilson. [tf
All premises in the Town of Manning
must be put in a clean condition at
once. The Inspector will visit every yard
lot and other property, with positive
instructions to~ report to Council all
persons owning or haying in charge
premises that are in an unsanitary con
dition. By order of
BOARD OF HEALTH.
Pursuant to a commission issued to
the undersigned by Hon. J. T. Gantt,
Secretary of State, authorizing them
to open books of subscription to the
Capital Stock of the F. N. Wilson In
surance Agency, Notice is hereby giv
en that the Books of Subscription to~
the capital stock of said proposed cor
poration will be opened at the office of
I. C. Strauss, at 120 North Main Street,
in the City of Sumter, on the thirteenth
day of May, 1905, at ten o'clock, a. m.
Said corporation will have its principal
place of business at Manning. S. C.,
and a capital stock of live thousand
dolars, divided into fifty shares of the
par value of $100.00 each, and will con
duct a general fire Insurance Agency
and act as agents for Fire, Life,
Accident and Indemnity Insurance
Companies, and will engage in such
other business as may be authorized by
I. H. MOSES.
Board of Corporators.
I am representing the largest
Marbh. a.nd Granite quarrys in
in the world, and can furnish
any Tombstone or Monument
direct from the quarry. Over
500 designs to select from. Spec
ial designs furnished for large
Monuments. I also furnish any
kind of Iron Fences, Ornaments
and Wood Mantels.
S. L. KRASNOFF,
M ANNING, S C
For Weakness & Debility.
WINE of C. L. 0. with MALT
And the Hypophosphites Compound.
A safe and certain tonic. Pleasant to the most
RHAME'S DRUG STORE.
\/V1C0F I e
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.
x Special Offer:
One box (old style) Col
gate's Violet Talc... .... 25c.
And one one box Allan's
Borated Talcum........ 25c.
Remember, this offer closes as
soon as this notice is removed.
Rhame's Drug Store,
SU.MMERTON, S. C.
The Man or Woman Who Saves
Makes More Than He Saves.
Our store is the place where to trade and SAVE.
l Our store is where a dollar does its duty.I
That Commencement Dress.
"What shall I get and where must I get it?"
We sell a very nice thin 40-inch Lawn, as good as 25c
Organdy, at 10c. 4-nh ad Fec
Wesell a very thin 4-nhWhite adColors Fec
Lawn at 25c and 35c worth twice that.
Stitched or Lace Stripe Gingham at 10c.
We sell everything at a cut price.I
We- sell fine Silk Mulls, White and all Colors, 25c
Ikind, for 20c.
We sell a real nice Dotted Swiss, 18c value, for 121c,
We sell the 7c 32-inch in fast colored Lawn for cash
atWe sell the Wendell Skirting Goods for making sum
mrand picnic skirts, 121c value for 10c.I
We sell a real nice 69c kind of 60-inch Table Linen
Sfor 50c yard.
We sell a fine 44-inch Jet Black Brilliantine for 50c.
Ask t see this and get a sample.
We sell Samples at half price. Fans. Belts, Corsets,
Wrist Bags, Pocketbooks, Hose, Vests, Handkerchiefs,
Gloves, Neckties and Collars. We sell everything that
Imen, women, boys, girls and babies wear.I
We sell Ladies' Hats at almost half price.
Wesell fine Linen Towvels and .Scarfs in samples
cheaper than the reguiar wholesale price.I
We run no 5 and 10c store, but we have some great
10c goods. We make a specialty in everything we possi!
bly can for 10c, and if you have never been where you get
more than your 10c worth, come to our store.
10c Fans, 10c Suspenders, 10c Hose, 10c Sox, I~c
ILawns, 10c Laces, 10c Embroidery, 10c Hats for boys,
Imen and girls; 10c Belts, 10c Pocketbooks, 10c Ribbons, 5
10c Towels, 10c Vests, 10c Collars for Ladies, 10c Ties. i
10lc Knives, 10c Ginghams, 10c Gloves, 10c Mits and one
hundred other things for 10c.
Wntyou come and spend 10c and be one of our
many satisfied customers.
Yours for 10c goods,
SJ. W. Mc LEOD.I
S. I. 'TILL, Mgr.
THE LAST DAYS Of APRIL
AND THE FIRST DAYS OF MAY.
There certainly ought to be great activity in the
C movement of spring and summer merchandise during 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
e our force to work night and day in order to get out the
orders on time.' The trade has long learned that when
I the MUTUAL puts it down in print it's so. and means a
O great deal to the purchaser. -
We have recently and 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
a hair, elegant lustre and shades the best, wears well, at 60c.
50-inch-wide Black, also Navy Blue Panama Cloth,
the new fabric,tucks beautifully for the new skirts,at 90c.
Black All Wo6l 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,
Mulls and Wash Chiffon; they are in profusion.
The real Cannon Cloth at 10c yard. This article is
fine for the shirt waist suits.
Beautiful Lace Stripe Hose in Blacks, Tans and -
We don't claim everything in ladies' headgear, but we
do claim to sell all the newest ideas in Millinery, and the
best part is we sell high-quality at a low price.
Trimmek Hats from 50c to any price you want them
Our line of Ready-to-Wear Hats, from 50c up, are
Come in and let Miss Burkhead talk Hats with you.
Beautiful line of White Ready-Made Shirt -Waists..
made in the best styles, with the new sleeves, at 50c, $1
C 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
C friends to come here for their shoes.
NMUTUAL DRY GOODS COMPANY
THE F XSH ION CENT-RE.
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