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Summerton, South Carolin
Over ~$12,000 worth of new, staple and up-to-date~ Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Notions, Dry Goods, fixtures
to be sold in six weeks.
Our entire stock and fixtures are to be offered to the buying public and merchants.of Summerton, S
gardless of cost and worth.
This is the only opportunity you may get in a lifetime to get good goods at less than wholesale cost. The goods must be sold, there is no way out of it. If we cannot sell it here we will putit n
New York auction houses for your merchants to buy and sell to you again.
The time is near at hand when the buying public are getting acquainted with business methods and we hope you will not overlook the opportunitiy of getting goods at LESS THAN COST.
This stock must be sold and we are not going to dilly-dally about prices, first come first served. If you are smart you will come and buy your goods while we are in the market. If you do not want
bargains you better stay at home or trade where you have to pay a high price. We want sensible people, people knowing a bargain when they see it.
If you don't want to buy stay away and don't crowd the store for nothing, as there are plenty of smart folks who will come to this sale to take the advantage we offer them
The time is short for tie disposition of such a large stock, so we will ask the buying public to come soon and avoid the rush.
This extraordinary sale is now open and will be open. till the first day of February.
Selling Out at
Iff fMusical Note.
V-1 WILIL7 A gentleman at a musical party
Stock where the lady wasvery particular not
'to have the concord of sweet sounds
interrupted, seeing that the fire was
going out, asked a friend in a whsper,
self( "How could you stir the fire withou
einterrupting the music?"
Y oeh "Between the bars!" replied the
fl ou frienCt-Haome Notes.
O W e i There is no duty we so much under
III (L rate as the duty of bebug happy.
0Death From Lockjaw
ofe fce, cen new, dree ,l
Cuck-lec' Arnica Salve. Its antiseptic
ougliest sore on his neck I ever saw.
i Cures, Cuts, Wounds, Burns and Sores.
AOL $ , 0 25c at The Arant Co. Drug store.
Inz the Air.
S be o Farmer Greene (who has been
Sknocked down by a balloon anchor)
mont reardessof ostolfit, Gol dern 'em! I'll hey th' law on 'em!
whar's th sheriff? Farmer Brown
JM -Prices to suit fhe hard No use kicking, Zosh! Them critters,
tihae the aw, I reckon!-eHounds
6,lr f i tErrupte seein hahte Ir ws
times. Nothing will be tosho
held back or for fancy It is not enough to run; one must
pri p t start in time.-Fresch Proverb.
1Theesell out our entire stock. so m
Floods the body with warm, glowing
h 0N e- vitalitymakes the nerves strongquick
.eens circulation, restores natu
IS ;U ri r~ne v f ells a n e n ry drssd ith
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. t35c.
and Nfeed. the G o s if Dr. W.. E. Brown & Co.
We must have the money The .re is a right way and a wrongf
and yocrcannot go with- the pickig up of a horseshoe. I was
YOU-walking -with a country bred boy along
SoutCotes a a Somerset lane and saw one lying i
Clothes aS o the crumbling summer rut "There is
amo a horseshoe," said I . The lad sprang
forward, but stopped suddenly before
hi fingers touched the iron. 'em
swove pcit up," said he, "or I shall
no goods to ispoil your luck." It may perhaps have
Weft( hvs tfar been only a point of etiquette, but he
w give away and to pay ii Fassured me that a horseshoe of my
v( finding could bring luck neither to him
ilnor tme if e touched it before mei
ymake you feel like one. born afam.
we There a London Standard.
AaSomeretl Danger in Asking Advice.
forward but stoppe sudnybfr
When you have a cough or cold do
not ask some one what is good for it as
of nice. clean, new, de- O there is dangerin taking some unknown
preparation. Foley's Honey and Tar
cures coughs and colds and prevents
a'jfff out duin tis mo th pneumonia. The genuine is in a yellow
lift, package. Refuse substitutes.The Arant
IL and if you will comeand Co. Drug store.
see us before you buy. IAugust.
we wnt. sel"August," the name of the month, is
went. w lhaccented on the first syllable. "Au
gust," the adjective, is accented on the
second syllable. This Is due, no doubt,
to the fact that, though both started
AuL from the Latin "augustus," they have
arrived by different routes. The ad
jective is the French "auguste," while
"August," commemorating the Roman
emperor's title, is the French "aout"
AI and the middle English "augst" or
"aust." "July" used to rhyme with
"duly," even in Johnson's time, as it
- had done centuries earlier and as it
~,if -,'tI,,01f1 ~~fI (ff ,II' Itt I' ~iJ~i't'does in southern Scotland to this day.
___ ___Kodol Dyspepsia~Cure
Digests what yci eat.
E W ATT T ~ . ClarionsFec 3al-t
ETIW AN There is a curious old market near
Paris in -which everything is sold at
secondhand. Working girls can fit
themselves out there from tead to
foot. As a writer says: M.Nimi can sell
A re her old felt bat and buy a straw one,
exchange her old dress for a new one
and, if she likes, buy a steak and a
salad for ber dinner, a paper bag of.
M ade~ ro mfried potatoes, sweets arA some flow
ers for her window. Democracy is king
here, and no more attention is paid to
the millionaire who is looing for
something marvelous which he may
-T h e.~ B estP M ate ial -~ V~J~-...L pick up cheap than to the man with a
foodeA leg who wants a new boot in
exchange for a dozen sardine tins, five
gloves and a stocking.
A nd foAn Alarinng Sitaation
frequenty results from clogged bowels
an d torpid liver, until constipation be
comes a chronic This condition is un
Produce Such Good Resultsknown to those who use Dr Kings New
Life Pills; the best and gentlest eu
lators of stomach and bowels. Guaran
teed by The Arant Co. Druggist. Price
I V ar ellFirst Ward Leader-Do you have an?
E.very Ye r We Seltouble keeping your voters in line?
Second Ward Leader-Oh, no; a word
to the guys is sufficsent-PhiladelPa
Every Ton Tjat We Can Recrd. ofmsaicste
Life Pri;thect best a gentles Oeu
cupy garret apartments.-New- Orleans
Manufacture2 Following The Flag.
When our soldiers went to Cuba and
the Philippines. health was the most
E eY eiepoltant co sideration. Willis T.
Jg Mran, retired Commissary Serge-nt
-. Sc,o Ward Leader--O, no;acord,
For All Crops and For Big ,Onua ofeCnod
N.H. sas: 41 watwyer in Cuba
and two years in the Philipinesl and
being subject to colds, I took Dr King'rs
New Discovery forConsumption, which
M n f cekept me in perfect health. And now,
in New Hampshire, we find it the best
medicine in the world for couthscolds,
bronchial troubles and all lung diseas
es." Guaranteed. Price c and $1.00.
Use Etiwan Fertilizers. aSold a The Arant
Co. Drug store.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Pro- I111
1116i one of the southern railroads
bate for Clarendon County on the
baAL there is a station building that is com
9th day of January 1907. for letters Have your tinning done by an expe
of discharge as Executrix of the rienced workman. monly known by travelers as the small
estate of John Pat Brock, deceased. , I cut and thread all sizes of pipe and est railroad station In America. It is
SUSAN E. BROCKI am always ready to do the right thing Of this station that the story is told
Executrix. 'by those who bring me their work. that an old farmer was expecting a
Summerton, S. C., Dec. 8, 1900. I make a specialty of doing all kinds chicken house to arrive there, ad be
of soldering, such as coffee pots, ket- sent one of his hands, a newcomer, to
ties, stew pans, sauce pans, dish pans, fetch It. Arriving there, the man saw
milk pans or anything that needs re- the house, loaded it on to his wagon
T ax N otice. pairing. Iwill do it in a workmanlike
pairing, started for boe ntewyh
The County Treasurer's office will STOVES.-I repair, put up and buym
be open for collection of taxes, with- your old stoves. I have had the best "Station Agent" on his cap.
out penalty, from the 15th day of xperience with hardware men andWhat have you got
October to the 31st day of-December, will give you satisfaction. on that wagon?" he asked.
Inclusive, 1000. The levy is as fol- If vour lamp is out of order let me "My chicken house, of course," was
lows: For State, 5 mills; for County, see iL before you Lhrow it away. the reply.
2 3-4 mills. for jail, 1-2 mill; for Con- "Chicken house be iggered!" explod
stitutional School, 3 mills; Polls, JOHN P BELL ed the official. "Thas the station
$1.00; Dog Capitation tax, 50c. Also J *
S.hool District No. 24, Special, ,1 honrBa m sb
Mill; School Districts Nos. 11, 16, 1.- Shop near Bradhams stable. Sick Headache Cured.
18, and 25, Special 2 mills, School i
Districts Nos. 2, 5, 15, 21, 27 and 28; S
Special 3 mills; School Districts Nos: . ment of the stomach and by indiixes
7,9, 19, 20, 22 and 20, Special 4 millsn
5 mills additional Special levy; for World. er Tablets correct these disorders an
School District No. 22, for bonded riWone fteefc ue ytkn hs alt
debtedness, 1 per cent penalty added Meets on fourth Monday nights atasonastefrtidaioofhed
for the month of January, 1907. Ad- 8:30. es perteatc ayb ad
ditional penalty of 1 per- cent for Visiting Sovereigns imvited.edo.FrsaebThAatC.D-u
month February. 1007. Additional _______________soe
5 per cet for 15o dayoi Mar.ch, 1907.
Roa ta fo 107, ne ollr. ~ TP~ ( 1I Snsoner- ofhe outhn who ilroldns
S. J. OWMAN ~ ~- therre ifsh tton uld nin thadt ishm
Treas. ClarndonsCo. onekeofKidneyaands, adnewcomerould
Headquarters for Paints and y....
the public generally to cometo Sumter
and look in on our tremendous stock
of'Hardware of all kinds, tools-of every
description. When you need anything
in the Machinery supply line, we -can
furnish just what you want.
We handle the best Beltings in the
Our Paint and Oil Departments are
full. Try our famous Japalac.
Farmers, you can save money by s
buying your Wire Fencing from us.
We are headquarters -for all kinds
of Sporting Goods, and we can beat
them all in Harness and Saddles.
Ladies, buy your new Stove or
Range from us. Let us show themf to
E Our long experience gives us an
& advantage, and we can safely say that
we can please the trade.
DuRant Hardware Co
a- SUMTER, S. C.
Machinery Supplies, Belting Et
Buy now while the chance is here. We are1
offering Special Bargains that will ope
4 Shoes, Hats, Caps, Dry Good
Clothing, Skirts, Jackets,
W aists, Notions, Millinery,
at prices that will will astonish you. e.
member, buying right is money saving.
I Don't wait. come and see for yourself. Our
Goods: HIGHEST QUALITY, -BAR6IAN
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Gm Colds; Preovents Pueeumonia stops thecogan