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Having recently made changes in
on the market this Mammoth Stock <
wear. and they must be sold if at a Sac
Ve have a large assortment of Black and
Colored Dress Goods running. in price from
15c to .2.5o the yard. Any piece of them
will he sold it a Big, Reduction.
.00 pieces Flannellettes, all new styles, never
sold for less thai 10c:
for this sale..................... . .
One case Red Seal Ginghams. yon all
know the price is i Oc;
for this sale we mark them..........
One thousand yards Light and Dark Per
cales, best qualities:
all go at one price...............
Two thousand yards light and dark Out
ing Teazle Downs:
these we mark for this sale.
One case Apron (inghams go in this
special sale at............
All of our best Calicoes, for this sale
Two cases Hill aind Androscogin 7c
Bleach. Io yards to customer at.......... 7
There are many other lines inclu
Gioves. Corsets. etc.. that the limited s
display at prices to please you.
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And inspect my immense line of'
? Dry Goods, Notions,
8 Hats, Caps,
Shoes, Clot hing, Etc
SThat ar e daily arriving, it certainly will be to y
Sinterest to do so, If prices and quality are of
?I do not hesitate to say that I can please the n~
MyaDres Goods IDepartmient
SIs filled with the newest and most fashioniable gt
to be had. I will now enumerate a few of themi:
Dirigo All Wool Venetians,
Silk Poplin, Mohair, Mohair Florentir
Broad Cloth, Brilliantine,
@Pebble Cloth and Dress Silks, Etc.
I All departments i miy store of generalr
chandise is filled with the newest and latest good
prices thatt will make for me strong and lasting
j LOUIS LEVI
3re s Great Rc
our business that create heavy demand:
f Merchandise, which constitutes ever
250 ready-made Sheets, (Mohd awk 5al
ley) full size. for this sale marked at....
2-50 Utica Mills Sheets. ful size, extra
heavy : the price..................................
This stock is too numerous to go into detail.
Ask to see them, that's all!
0018 Oooworth of MUSLIN UNDER
, WEAR. It is a manufacturer's
samples, bought cheap, and you will get the bene
fit during this sale.
Embroideries and Laces.
This line is our hobby and we always under
sell them all and when we advertise bargains in
Embroideries and Laces you know what that
Mattings, Rugs, Shades, Lace Curtains.
This department is one of the most complete
in South Carolina, having in stock 200 rolls MAT
TINGS that will be sold very low.
RUGS from $1 to $25 that will suffer the same
slaughter in price as other lines.
We want to call your especial attention to our
SHADES AND CURTAINS. We have every
thing .in Nottinghams and Bobinet Lace Curtains
from 75c to $6.50 per pair, all of which will be
marked down for this sale.
ding White Goods, Linens, Towels. Quilts
pace will not permit us to mention. Coi
Surnter, - - s. C.
L. B3. DUR..N-. Rl K. WIL i-:t.
President. Vice- Presidem.t
-Opposite Court Housm
S We invite the people of Clarendon to visit our st
8 when they are needing anything in our line. We hi
our business in order to meet the increasinhr demar:
IRant will alw~ays welcome his friends from Clarendoi
HOUSEFURNISHINGS. HARNESS. SA DDLES,:
BELTINGS of all kinds. BARB WIRtE at prices v
Inset. Shlsourmen's toofDWA.
We have just received a carload of Elwood F'i(
g JAP-A-LAC, the
- Delight for r
THE DURANT HARD
Ou I MarVest TimeH
iOt i YOU NEED OOD'
S1 We have just received a full line of one and t
that we propose to sell at close figures. These V
S We also have in our wareroomus an excellei
od Buggies from the best manufacturers, and will as
before buying elsewhere.
OUR HARNESS DEPARTMENT is well stoc
b le Harness, Collars. Whips, etc., and we are an:
lie that wve want to merit their confidence.
When the weather gets cooler we will have iL
6, We guarantee what we sell and ask your pati
rier- MANNING, S.
m-REAL ESTATE F
AND INSURANCE. One Emnpi
i hspecli faiiiesoobyn nil
seli c s~omtce for ter
Yr biesicite e. -:0
w her:ver located.
placed in good strong Companies. .\1e-s on
Yiorbness soiitd 8:30.
Moneyto Loan. 01LH
Easy Trerms- oo
APPLY TO DIgei
W tilsoni & DuRanu'.
a for Ready Cash we are forced to put
ything that Men. Women or Children
We now ha ve the largest and most complete
tock of Men's and Boy's Clothing in Suniter and
ike other departments we have marked them
.lose. It is a side issue with us and we can there
fore give you more for your money than any on
else. All we ask is a conparison of prices and
Vtles. You will then be convinced.
We can tit any foot and furnish any style: our
shoes are all guaranteed.
This department is overrun already with buy
?rs because we have the most correct assortment
it the most reasonable prices. Give us a trial and
be in the majority like many others who buy their
LOAKS, SUITS, SKIRTS. They are all here
n abundance of style and quantity. If we have't
?xactly your size we guarantee to make them tit.
rhe prices will please all classes of buyers.
. Hosiery. Underwear, Handkerchiefs.
ne along and you will find them all on
T0 FkZ F.4,
I. M. P 'PIOTT.
T>reeor eriitanymarr edopairifin
ive added more capital otherondelo o naywymv
ds, and our~ .Ar. L. B. Du- e orgr hi oildte sds
AR.\ING IMPLE.\ENTS, I sabdsmtma setal
IA CHINERlY SUPPLIES, mri ypo.Te hudisi
hich cannot be duplicated. Jtt en toc o eoigti
d Fecina. Guns. Powder.felnadtecaolyrmvitb
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frsonsiunest the forms of socalierem
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shining, and will be such wiythei
t i~ur~,tg~,wth ,you will coseet it andope r ofit
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THE CURVED BALL.
It Is the Atmosphere Which Causes
Its Eccentric Shoots.
Most any ten-year-old youngster can
curve a ball, even though he does not
know why he can do so except that
the leather must be held in a certain
way. Possibly a half dozen of the
major league twirlers know something
about the science of the <irve, but
comparatively few understand why
they can produce their "benders." The
Scientific American gives the follow
Ing as the scientific explanation of the
"The pitcher in the field tells us that
the ball curves because he gives it a
twist, but scientifically this will not do.
Why will the twist make the curve?
If a ball were thrown in a certain di
rection and if the foirce of gravitatioir
were not at work the ball would con
tinue on in a straight line forever.
Some force of resistance is then at
work when a ball is made to deviate in
a curve from its straight course. If a
feather is dropped in a vacuum in an
exhausted receiver of an air pump It
will drop like a shot, but if it is drop
ped out in the air it will go down ir
regularly and slowly, shifting fr'om
side to side.
"It is the atmosphere' which causes
the ball to curve. Bearing in mind
that the atmosphere is a compressible,
elastic gas, we find that when the ball
leaves the hand of the pitcher with a
rapid rotary motion it 'impinges upon
a continuous elastic cushion,' and
this moderate resistance, or friction,
changes its course in the direction
which is given to the rotary motion.
Take an outshoot of a right handed
pitcher, for instance. He impresses
upon the ball a rapid centrifugal ro
tary motion to the left, and the ball
goes to the left because the atmosphere,
compressible and elastic, Is packed into
an elastic cushion just ahead of the
ball by the swift forward and rotary
motion, and the friction, which is very
great in front of the ball, steers it in
the direction which it is turning."
A NOTABLE MEETING.
Held In the Interest of "Woman's
Rights" In 1701.
The first recorded public meeting in
the interest of "woman's rights" was
held In the town of Medford, Mass., in
1701. The gallery of the church was
occupied by the young unmarried peo
ple of the congregation, one side and
one half the front gallery being given
to the young men, the other side and
the other half being given to the young.
women. But in the seating in this
eventful year the young men were giv
en the entire front of the gallery as
well, and the young women were only
allowed one side of the gallery.
Then it was that things began to
happen. Treatment like this wasn't to
Je tolerated even for a moment The
blood of the future mothers of the
Revolution was fully aroused, and the
young women made such an uproar
and commotion that it speedily became
a town matter, and a town meeting
was called to restore to them their
rights in half of the front gallery.
The young men of the day were bit
terly opposed to extending any new
privileges to women, and the fight ex
tended beyond Medford. Shortly after
the introduction of "pues" into the
churches, by whfch families were sep
arated from the remainder of the con
gregation, the selectmen of the town
of N~ewbury gave permission to a group
of young women to build a "pue" in
the gallery of the church upon their
own side of the house. This extension
of privilege was resented by the young
bachelors to such a degree that they
broke a window of the church, forced
an entrance and hacked the pew in
pieces. For this act of sacrilege the
young men of Newbury were fined $10
each and sentenced to be whipped or
pilloried. But they were manly enough
to confess their folly and ask pardon,
so this part of their punishment was
omitted. So you see the "woman's
rights" movement isn't a modern one.-:
W5-AT THE SIAMESE EAT.
ice and Putrid Fish Highly seasons.
ed Their Main Food.
Siamese food principally consists of
tried, frequently rotted, fish and rice
done into curries which comprise a lit
tle of about every kind of condiment
and especially a very popular sauce
called namphrik, .a chutney-like and
thoroughly mixed thing made of red
pepper, shrimp, garlic, onions, citron,
ginger and tamarind seeds. The only
reason for the fish being putrid is be
case the natives like it so, for fish are
plentiful in their rivers and fishermen
numerous, though their wvays of catch
ing are rather amusing and antique.
One favorite method, borrowed from
the Chinese, is beating the waters with
long bamboo sticks to frighten the fish
into an eight or ten foot squarish net
which is lowered into the river from a
framework on the bank by a system of
whels and ropes and pulleys and
hoisted up again when the catch is
complete. I must confess that when
the fish in the curry chanced to be
dried instead of decayed I found the
concoction decidedly toothsome. In
fact, a really good curry is in a class
apart, and one must go to India or the
far east to get it at its best. Some
times the natives eat p)ork and often
times chicken, but for the most part
rice and the fish curry constitute their
chief diet, supplemented by the fruit of
the country, of which there are many
kinds-mangosteen, mango, pineapple,
banana, orange, breadfruit and that
most healthful and serving of all Si
amese fruits, the papaya, which growz
back from the water and Is a greenish
oval melon that suggests cantaloupe
A Daredevil Ride.
often ends in a sad accident. To heal
accidental injuries, use Bucklens Ar
nica Salve. "A deep wound in my foot
from an accident,'' writes Theodore
Scuele, of Columbus, Ohio., "caused
me great pain. Physicians were help
less. but Bucklen's Arnica Salve quick
l healed it. Soothes and heals burns
l'ike magic. 25c at The R. B3. Loryea'
Notice of Discharge. -
We will apply to the Judge of Probate
for Clarendon County. on the 17th day
November, 1903. for Letters of Di.+
ciarge as 'Executors of the Estate of
Tempy Tindail. deceased.
A. A. TINDAL.
October 17. 1903.
Notice of Discharge.
1 will apply to the Judge of Probate
for Clarendon County, on the 17th day
of November. 1905, for letters of dis
charge as guardian for the state of
W. D. McClary. .Jr.. a minor.
W. D. McCLanx.
Our Customers Pleased With Our
Plain Figure System,
On numerous occasions we were highly commended
for ou r new system of marking out goods in plain figures
and we are pleased to state that we see more satisfied cus
tomers daily coming out, of our store. Scores of them
* urged us to place our plain figure mark on our Clothing;
wherefore in compliance with their request we place plain
J marks on
Our $5.00 Men's Pants..................... 65
Our 4.00 Men's Pants. ......................2.85
Our 3.50 Men's Pants.......................2.35, 1.
Our 2.00 Men's Pants.......................1.65
Our 1.00 Men's Pants....................... .85
Our 12.50 Suits ............................8.85
Our 10.00 Men's Suits.............. .........7.30
Our 5.00 Men's Suits .......................3.75
We have just received
Ten Cases Womn's Butteor Shos
which we secured at a bargain that enables us to sell the
E $2.00 quality for........ ...................98c. g
$1.00 quality for ...........................69c.
Do not miss a pair of them.
Remember we can save you money in every line.
We have 50 dozen Men's Fleece-Lined Underwear, -
heavy weight. You can have them as long as they last
for 35c piece or three for $1.
Twenty-five dozen Ladies' Fleece-Lined Underwear,
better goods, 45c or three for $1.25. You cannot afford
a to overlook this bargain.
Watch our window display.
jRASNOFF: lUIICANTILE : coo
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.
Effective September 25. 1905.
READ DOWN. READ UP.
oI o3.N.3 No.. so.. PNo..
ixedl. L'ass. Pss. I- STATIONS. MaedO.. Pass. Pas.
A. M. P. M. P.2 M. P. M. A. M. P. M.
10 15 7 00 7 45 0 Lv............ Acou............Ar 25 4 30 8 30 11 20
10 20 7 05 750! 2............ .McLeod*........... .... 23 4 10 8 15 11 05
10 25 7 10 7 55 5 ..............Harby*............... 20 4 05 S 10 11 00 -
10 30 7 15 s 00 7...............DuRant............. 18 4 00 8 05 10 55
11 00 7 35 8 20 12.......... ...Sardinia............. 13 3 30 7 35 10 25
11 10 7 40 8 25 14 ............Gamb1e *............ 11 3 20 7 30 10 20
11 15 7 45 8 30 15 .............Beards*.............. 10 3 15 7 2 10 15
11 25 7 50 8 35 17 ............. Gibbons............ . 8 3 05 7 20 10 14
11 55 8 20 9 05 31............Hudsons* . ...... 4 2 45 7 00 9 50
124545 5 3 25 Ar.........Bethehem..........Lv 0 2 30 6845 9 35
P. M. P. M. P. M. j P. M. A. M. P. M.
*McLeod. Harby, Beards and Hudsons~lag stations for all trains.
Mondays. No. I and 3. Mondays, No. 2.
Tuesdays. No. 5. Tuesdays, No. 4.
Wednesdays. No. 1. w' .das No. 4 and No. 2.
Thursdays. No. 1 and 3. ThrdyNo. 2.
Fridays. No. I and 3. Fridays, o. 2.
Saturdays, No. 5. Saturdays. No. 4 and 6.
p. Ri. ALDERMAN. F. L. COLLINS;
G. F. & P. A. Superintendent.
SSUMMERTON' HlARDWARE CO.,
SUMMERTON, S. C.
SJ. C. L ANJ-IAM, C. 11. DAVIS, J. A. JAMES,
President. Vice-President. Sec. -Treas.
OUR MOTTO: 3'L'S.
Live and Let Live.
For dry goods, go to a dry goods stor~e.
For shoes, go to a shoe store.
For groceries, go to a grocery store.
For medicines, go to a medicine store.
For HARDWARE and its kindred articles,
go to a HARDWARE STORE.
Faints, Agricultural Implements, Pumps, Pipe,
Stoves and Stoveware, Harness and
Saildlery, Crockery and Glassware.
We have them all.
S Our long residence in the county is our gularantee of fair and
honest treattment of our customers.
We hav e recently associated with us Mr. J. M. Plowden form
erl with the Dillon~ Hardware Company, who thoroughly under
sta'nds the hardware business and will take pleasure in giving the
Spublie go benefit of his experience.
S. R. VENNING, Jeweer.
... Denler in..
M WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SPECTACLES, EYE CLASSEs AND
ALL KINDS OF FANCY NOVELTIES.
I make a specialty of WEDDING and HOLIDAY PRES
ENTS and always carry a handsome line of.
Silverware, Hand-Painted China, Glassware
and numerous other articles suitable for Gifts of all kirnd.
COME ANO SEE TH-EM.
All Watch. Clock and Jewelry Repairing done promptly and