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Mr. Mason C. Brunson has been ap
uoicted Circulation Manager of The
Nees and Courier to succeed N r. Frank
P. Cooper, who has retired from the
service of this newspaper, and entered
upon the discharge of his duties on the
first day of the new year. Mr. Brun
son has been employed as one of the
travelling representatives of the News
and Courier for about three years, and
has made good his claim to public con
fidence anLd favor by the fidelity with
which he has done his work. He hails
from the Pee Dee Section of the State,
and is much esteemed by all who know
him for his excellent qualities. We
are sure that in his larger field of ac
tivity he will prove entirely satisfac
tory to the publie.-News and Courier.
2 We congratulate the News and
Courier for its recognition of
Mr. Brunson's merits, and Mr.
Brunson on his promotion. We
have known Mr. Brunson for a
number of years, and he is a
newspaper man from his heart.
He is well adapted to his present
position, because of his thorough
acquaintence with the people.
He has been in every nook and
corner of the State as soliciting
agent, and travelling corres
pondent, and wherever he has
been he has made lasting friends
who will stand by him and help
himto make his position a grand
Governor D. C. Heyward is
now a private citizen. He has
turned the helm of the ship of
State over to other hands. His
two administrations have been
successful and he leaves the exe
cutive chamber as popular as
when he entered it. We sin
cerely hope he will enjoy a long
and prosperous life, and that he
will always retain the high
esteem of the people of this State
The editor of the Florence
Times, elected to the legislature
as a dispensary man, introduced
a resolution declaring for the
State dispensary. The House
virtually killed the resolution by
continuing it until next session,
and very properly so, because a
legislative body is not the
proper place to test sentiment,
such a body legislates, and does
not throw out feelers. FLriend
Ayer should introduce a bill.
The election of Hon. R. S.
Whaley as Speaker of the House
of Representatives is a fitting
recognition of that gentleman's
long and valued service as a leg
islator, it is also a recognition of
-the obliteration of factional and
sectional lines. Charleston is
naturally very proud of the high
-honor accorded her son, and we
feel assured that Mr. Whaley
*will conduct his office in a man
ner to make the entire State
feel proud of him. We look for
ward with great hope to see the
Hon. R. S. Whaley still further
honored by promoting him to
the highest office in the gift of
the people in the State. We be
lieve he has the abilhty and we
know he has the integrity to
some day be South Carolina's
The farmers of our neighbor
ing county,' Williamsburg, have
asked the legislature to repeal
the lien law, without suggesting
anything to take its place. This
cry against the lien law, and
urging its repeal is stronger
now than ever before. We should
like for those making this de
mand to point out the relief the
repeal of the iien law will give
us. In our opinion it will b~e dis
appointing to those who think
the repeal will help labor con
ditions, and if it is not to help
us get more and a better class
of labor, a labor that we can
more easily, cheaply control, it
will do no good. If by repealing
*the lein law the laboring class is
forced to seek wages it strikes
us they will go where they can
get the most pay, this is a
natural conclusion. The negro
who merits credit by his debt
paying past, will continue to get
credit in the future, and the
-negro who has not made a rep
utation for paying his debts,
will- be unable to get credit, and
must become a wage-earner.
Will he work on the farm at
wages the farmer can afford to
pay or will he pull out for the
saw mills and turpentine camps
where wages are higher? The
question is, can our farmers
hold the labor in competition
with the wages paid in other
The Williamsburg farmers
also urge the legislature to de
vise means to require cotton to
be packed in cotton bagging.
Their appeal for the repeal of
the lien law is a matter for the
general assembly, because it
refers to a Statute which makes
the lien sysbem valid, but they
might as well ask the legislature
to require every citizen to drink
corn whiskey as to ask for cot
ton bagging for cotton. The cot
ton association should take up
this cotton bagging matter, but
if did how long would they get
just as long as the cotton bag
ging cost less than jute. and no
longer. A majority of them do
not consider their own interests,
if they did the farmers of the
South, through the cotton asso
ciation, would control the cotton
market and fix the price, but by
their own folly and distrust of
each other they make is so that
they continue the victims of the
speculatorwho has never mopped
the sweat brought out by a
$100 Reward, $100.
e The readers of this paper will be pleased to
learn that there is at least one dreaded disease
that science has been able to cure in all its
stages,, and that is Catarrh. Hairs Catarrh Cure
is the only positive cure known to the medical
fraternity. tarrh being a constitutional dis
ease. requires a constitutional treatment. Halls
Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the sYs
tem. thereby destroying the foundation of the
disease.and giving the patient strength by build
ing up the constitution and assisting nature in
doing its work. The proprietors have so much
faith ia its curative powers. that they offer One
Hundred Dollars for any ease that it fails to
cure. Send for list of testoTials.
Address. F. J. CHEN.Ey & CO. . Toledo. 0.
Sold by druggists. 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Editor The Manning Times
Mr. L. R. Tindal, of Missis
sippi, formerly of this commun
ity, was in town this week. Mr.
Tindal looks as well as ever,
and his many friends were glad
to see him. He expressed him
self as delighted with the way
that the town has grown and be
lieves that we have a great fu
ture ahead of us. He evidences
his faith in our section by the
fact that he has never sold any
of his large real estate holdings
A request has been made to
the Postoffice Department that
mail be carried upo- the North
western train that leaves here
for Wilson's Mill in the morning
and upon the train that reaches
here from Wilson's Mill at 8 p.
m. This will give us two more
mails per day and enable us to
get a reply the same day to let
ters written to either Charleston
An extra freight train has
been running the past several
days upon the Northwestern rail
road. A good deal of cotton has
been collecting along the road,
and we suppose the railroad
authorities are clearing up
things preparatory to the com
ing heavy fertilizer traffic.
An examination for Rural Free
delivery carrier wili be held here
on the nineteentn instant. There
are several applicants for the
position. The business of the
route has grown very much since
its establishment several years
ago. Mr. Vernon Scarborough,
who has been the carrier since
its inception, will retire from
the service and engage in other
There is talk of another route
being applied for to run from
here out into the Panola section.
This section is now imperfectly
supplied by a route starting out
from Silver. Nearly all the pat
Tons of this last route could be
much better supplied by one
Mr. J. D. Gerald is opening
up a stock of goods in the Ervin
building. This is a splendid
stand and a nice store, and we
bespeak him algood business.
We mentioned some weeks ago
that we bad lost two of our pop
ulation.* This week we are glad
to announce that some of the
lost ground has been recovered.
For particulars inquire of Earn
est Tisdale at the depot.
Mr. J.' H. T. Coulliette of Pa
nola was in town last week mak
ing deliveries of his long staple
cotton seed to his customers.
While all others who planted
this seed several years ago let
it go jMr. Coulliette stuck to it,
steadily improving to the staple,
until he has a seed that produces
a lint that brings five or six and
even more cents per pound than
The Western Salvage Co. has
been in charge of the Strauss
Rogan Co.'s stock this past week
and things have been lively
down there, The management
of this concern propose to go
into the new year with a clean,
The Summer Pastime Club
was organized this week. It may
to the uninitiated seem to be a
little previous, but this Club
proposes to take time by the
forelock, and it will take some
time to get things in running
order. Anyone interested can
get full information from the
General Factotum, the genial
Dr. W. W. Anderson. who will
be found at the Club's headquar
ters at all times.
We note .that the Representa
tives from our section are on
committees as follows: Mr.
Scarborough, on Agriculture,
Penitentiary, and Accounts Com
mittees; Mr. Dingle, on Roads,
Bridges and Ferries, Internal
Improvements, and Penitentiary
Committees. These are all im
portant committees, but we are
especially interested in those of
roads, bridges, and ferries, and
that of internal improvements.
The question naturally arises as
to whose internals are to be im
proved by means of what vehicle,
"fust or second x, or some Mon
ongahela rye?" Naturally we
would expect that our particular
representatives would look up
some good stuff.
Mr. W. E. Felder has pur
chased a lot and will build a
residence and move to town in
the near future. This will be a
welcomed addition to our com
munity. - B.
The Right Name,
Mr. August Sherpe, the popular
overseer of the poor, at Fort Madison,
Ia., says: Dr. Kings New Life Pills are
rightly named; they act more agree
ably, do more good and make one feel
better than any other laxative." Guar
anteed to cure biliousness and consti
Editor The Mannixz Times:
The new town council has de
cided at last to employ a town
night watchman instead of a
day policeman. This new step of
the council is heartily endorsed
by all, and most especially the
merchants whose places of busi
ness are unprotected at night.
Mr. Jesse Huinber, who moved
away from here about four years
ago, to go to Jacksonville, Fla..
has moved back to accept a posi
tion on Santee trestle.
Mr. Walter Folson, of Sui
ter, spent a portion of last week
here visiting Mr. B. M. Brails
ford. They spent their time in
hunting, fishing, etc.
Mr. C. B. Kolb is off for
awhile and Mr. C. C. Chapman
is acting agent.
The Danville, (Va.) Lumber
Co. will soon put in a turpentine
still near Calvary church. The
boxes are now being cut.
Miss A. C. Weeks has moved
down from Sumter to live with
her brother, Mr. J. W. Weeks.
Mr. Clifford Kolb is visiting
relatives at Gainsville. Fla.
Morgan has made two souls
but of one thought.
On last Sunday afternoon at
5:30 o'clock, Mr. Arthur P.
Toomer and Miss Jessie Cald
well were united in the holy
bonds of matrimony at the Meth
odist parsonage, Rev. Z. H. No
land officiatinz. There were
only a few friends of the con
tracting parties present. Mr.
Toomer is with the Pinewood
Mercantile Co. and Miss Cald
well hails from Campobello, but
has been teacher here in the
primary grade. Their many
friends wish them much happi
ness and pleasure.
Mrs. J. H. Noland arrived last
week from the up-country where
she has been visiting.
While out strolling I saw him
when he spoke from his heart
(down on his knees). He must
have forgotten that lace cur
tains will not cut off observation.
The date to be announced laten
Miss Maude Smith has been
confined with whooping cough,
but is now on the road to well
This is to certify that all druggists
are authorized to refund your money
if Folev's Honey and Tar fails to cure
your cugh or cold. It stops the cough
heals the lungs and prevents serious
results from a cold. ~Cures in arippe,
coughs and prevents pneumonia and
consumption. Contains no opiates. The
genuine is in a yellew package. Refuse
substitutes. The Arant Drug Co.
Editor The Manning Times:
Mrs. J. H. Garland and Miss
Gertrude DuRant visited tbeir
sister, Mrs. W. B. Dickson, in
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest W. Rose,
after spending several days with
relatives in Sumter, returned
home last Thursday.
Mr. J. S. Burgess is visiting
relatives in Sumter.
Mr. R. Ellie DuBose is on an
extended visit to relatives here.
Mr. Joel and his mother. Mrs.
R. E. McFaddin. Sr., spent Fri
day with Mr-. and Mrs. J. S.
Evans, at Workman.
Those of the Sardinia folks
who attended the dance at New
Zion on last Friday evening
were, Miss Lidie McFaddin,
Miessrs. Hugh, Henry and Alfred
McFaddin, William Mills, J. S.
Burgess? and George Kennedy.
They reported having had a
great, good time.
Supervisor R. E. McFaddin,
Jr., spent Saturday in Manning
o The Ladies' Aid Society met
on last Saturday afternoon at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ter McFaddin. This society is
doing splendid work although
there are very few regular mem
Miss Edith McFaddin left this
morning for a few days visit to
Miss Katie' Gaillard, at DuRant.
Miss Emma Bradley is visiting
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T.
We are glad to state that -Mr.
S. E. McFaddin, who has been
quite ill with rheumatism, is up
and going again.
Several gentlemen from here
attended the K. of P. banquet
at Turbeville last Tuesday eve
ning, among which were,
Messrs. J. H. Garland, R. E.
MFaddin, Jr., D. R. DuBose.
Joel, Hugh, and Jeff McFaddin.
Miss Emmie Reese, after
spending some time with Miss
Lottie Woods, returned to Work
man on last Monday, where she
J. M. Woods, Esq., was in
town Friday. M.
Disturbed the Congregation.
The person who disturbed the con
gregation last Sunday by continually
coughing is requested to buy a bottle
of Foley's Honey and Tar. The Arant
Editor The Manning Times:
Last Tuesday evening the
newly elected officers of the lo
cal Knights of Pythias lodge
were installed as follows: D. L.
Green, C. C.; W. J. Turbeville,
V. C.; J. F. Turbeville, Prelate;
D. E. Turbeville. K. R. S.
and M. F.; 5. C. Turbeville, M:
Ex.; J. A. Green, M. W.; W. H.
Castine, I. G.; E. N. Green, 0. (G.
After the installation exercises
the lodge adjourned to a room
adjoining the hall where a de
lightful supper was served.
Music was furnished on the
violin and guitar. The members
and the several visitors that
were present spent a very pleas
ant and enjoyable evening. Mr.
John W. Ivy, of Bethlehem,
wh was to have delivered an
address, was prevented from be
Can our New Zion correspon
dant give us any information as
to who it was that was raising
such a kick against our rural
route, saying that it would great
ly incovillce hi InI as it would
pass through his twelve thous
and acre pasture, thereby caus
ing him to remove all his gates.
If he can, it will be very much
appreciated by us.
The Turbeville Junior base'
ball team opened the base ball
season by playing a game with
the Pudding Swamp team on
last Saturday afternoon. The
game resulted in a victory for
the locals, the score being 11 to
2. Their defeat was due chiefly
to their inability to find our
pitcher, who struckout ten of
their heavy swatters while their
pitcher was hit freely and sev
eral safeties were pulled off.
The batteries were: Turbeville,
Green and M. Turbeville. catch
ers, Gamble and D. Turbeville;
Pudding Swamp, Coker, M.
Gamble and Gibbons Another
game is scheduled to be played
with them January 26th. on
their grounds. G.
Safe, Sure and Speedy.
No external remedy ever yet devised
has so fully and u:iquestionably met
three prime conditions as successfully
as Allcock's Plasters. They are now
safe because they contain no deleteri
ous drugs and are manufactured upon
scientific principals of medicine. They
are sure because nothing goes into
them except ingredients which are ex
actly adapted to the purposes to which
a plaster is required. They are speedy
in their action because their medicinal
qualities ao right to their work of re
lieving pain and restoring the natural
and healthy performance of the func
tions of muscles. nerves and skin.
Allcock's Plasters are the original
and genuine porous plasters and like
most meritorious articles have been ex
tensively imitated, therefore always
make sure and get the genuine All
Great crises affect people differently.
With some the hair turns white; with
others emotion expresses itself in in
consequent speech. Tennyson, when
he first met Frederick Robertson, whom
he much admired and who, he knew,
admired his poems, was so nervous
that he could talk to the "much belov
ed priest" of nothing but-beer!
The Good Out of It.
Landlady-I believe in letting coffee
Doil thirty minutes. That's the only
way to get the goodness out of it. New
Boarder (tasting his and leaving it)
You succeeded admirably, ma'am.
Cured Lung Trouble.
It is now eleven years since I had a
narrow escape from consumption,
.writes C. 0. Floyd, a leading business
man of Kershaw, S. C. "I had run
down in weight to 135 pounds, and
coughing was constant, both by day
and nigt. Finally I began taking Dr.
King's'New Discovery, and continued
this for about six months, when my
cough and lung trouble were entirely
gone and I was restored to my norma1
weight, 170." thousands of persons are
healed every year. Guaranteed at
The Arant Drug Co.
A sturpid Lady Bountiful.
I once showed an old lady much giv
en to good works of the Lady Bounti
ful order how some proteges of hers
who were constantly on the verge of
starvation might be placed in posses
sion of a small but regular and suffi
eient income. "My dear," she said.
"I don't think It is a good plan. They
would get too independent. I like
them to come to me when they are in
slifficulties and ask for what they
want." - "Rich and Poor," by Mrs.
OATARRH CURED AT HOME
Trial Treatment of Dr. Blosser's catarrh
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If you have catarrh of the nose. throat. or
lungs. if you are constantly spitting, blowing
the nose, have stopped up feeling, head noises.
deafness, asthma, bronchitis or weak lungs,
you can cure yourself at bomne by a remedy so
simple that evcn a child tan usc it.
It will cost you only a postal card to get a
Ii'ocral frec trial package of Dr. Blosser's
wonderful remedy. IL is sent by mail to every
interested sulTerer. Certainly no o!Ter could be
The full treatment is not expensive. A pack
age containin;; enough to last one whole month
will be sent by mail for S1.00.
A postal card with your name and address
sent to H. R. B3OGER. Manning. S. C.. will bring
you by return mail the free tr ial treatment and
an interesting booklet, so that you can at once
begin to cure yourself privately at home.
For All Cro
high grade a:
ity and prodi
$250.00 reward will be paid for the
conviction of the party who placed
a crosstie on tile Tarecoate Trestle
on the night of January 5th, to
wreck our passenger train. And
$100.00 reward for the conviction of
the party who cut both telephone
wires near Sardinia on Friday night,
ALCOLU RAILROAD COMPANY.
_50.00 reward will be paid for the
conviction of the party who set fire
to and burned our Log-load1er on
Saturday night, January 5th, near
Mr. J. J. Carriway's residence.
1). W, ALDERMAN & SONS' CO.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon.
Notice of Sale of Personal Property
Pursuant to an Order of J. M.
Windham, Judge of Probate, we will
sell to the highest bidder, for cash,
on Tuesday the 29th day of January,
1907, at the residence of the late W.
D. Gamble, deceased, at 12 o'clock,
m., the following personal property,
"All of the stock of General Mer
chandise in store, 20 bales of cotton,
7 mules, 4 horses, 8 head of cattle,
12 head hogs, 1 two-horse wagon, 1
disc harrow, 1 stalk chopper, one lot
plow tools, one guano distributor,
1 cotton planter, 1 set wagon gear,
one saddle, 1 lot seed cotton, one lot
cotton seed, 3 buggies, one set buggy
harness, :3 one-horse wagons and one
Given under our hands and seals
this 14th day of January, 1000.
J. H. HAWKINS,
Notice of Discharge.
1 will apply to the Judge of Pro
bate for Clarendon County on the
15th day of February, 1907, for Let
ters of Discharge as Administrator
of the estate of Frank Johnson, de
ceased. SEMORE JOHNSON,
St. Paul, S. C., January 14, 1907.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Probate
for Clarendon County on the 16th day
of February, 1907, for Letters of Dis
charge as administrator of the estate of
James M. Richardson, deceased.
THOMAS C. RICHARDSON.
Silver. S. C., January 15, 1907.
Notice of Discharge.
We will apply to the Judge of Pro
bate for Clarendon County on the 7th
day of February.1907, for letters of dis
charge as executrixes of the estate of
William T. Francis, diceased.
MARY A. E. DAVIS,
. - NORAH V. BARRAT.
Manning, S. C., January 7. 1907.
County Auditor Clarendon County.
Manning, S. C., Dec. 27, 1906.
The A.uditor's office will be open
from the 1st. day of January 1907, to
the 20th, day of February 1907, to re
ceive returns of real estate and personal
poperty in Clarendon county for the
Tax payers return what they own on
the first day of January 1907.
All returns must be sworn to and no
return will be considered either by the
County Auditor or boards of assessors
unless sworn to. A penalty of fifty per
cent, .vill be added after the 20th day
The Auditor will be at the following
places in person, or by proxy, to re
Pinewood, Monday, February, 4th:
Paxville, Tuesday, February, 5th.
Panola. Wednesday, February, 6th.
St. Paul, Thursday, February, 7th.
Summerton, Friday, February 8th.
Davis X Road 3, Saturday February, 9.
Jordan, Monday, February, 11th.
Duffie's Old Store, Tuesday, Febru
Foreston, Wednesday, February. 13.
Wiclon Thursday, February, 14th,
AlouFriday, February, 15th.
Youmans, Saturday, February, 16th.
New Zion, Monday, February, 18th.
Turbeville, Tuesday, February, 19th.
McFaddin's, Wednesday, February,
Workman, Thursday, February, 21st.
E' C. DICKSON.
stops the nougn nac1dhealslunge
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
Digests what you eat.
ps and For
de from the
als, are of
ad fine qual
KgI0 fl g8 o R0I [i0.
It is the far-seeing business man that uses his
opportunities to advantage. Under present
financial conditions lands can be bought at a
sacrifice: but this condition cannot last lug
and it is only a matter of short moment when
money will be plentiful and lands acquired to
day will sell for a handsome profit. Call on us
or write for a [ull description of our numerous
lropertiCs. a few of whiCh we bricfly describe
FIRST.-A two-horse farm in Sandy Grove
township. 189 acres. 65 under cultivation, bal
ance in good timber. Two tenant houses and
necessary outbuildings. Good school: healthy
location; churches in easy reach; R. F. D. route
SECOND.-Two acres in Kingstrec. fronting
on Railroad avenue. One six-room residence
and one two-room building in yard. Artesian
well and in sight of graded school.
THIRD.-Seventeen and one-half acres in su
burb of Kingstree, self-drained. practically all
under cultivation. Excellent building lots, near
graded school and in good community.
FOURTH.-Flantation containing 242 acres,
near Workman, 140 acres under cultivation,
balance timbered, comparatively all can be
cleared. Near good school, churchs and post
office. Onefive-room dwelling house on place,
with tobacco barn and stables. Will grow al
most any crop.
FIFT.-A farm in Salem near Joe Barrow's
Mill. containing 140 acres, 36 acres under culti
vation, some timber. The entire tract can be
easily cleared. Schools and churches within
SIXTH--A first class farm in Salem, near
Turbeville. containing 1I4 acres, 40 under culti
vation, balance in good timber. One 4-room
dwelling and one tenant house on place aud nec
essary outbuildings. On Alcolu railroad. Near
graded school and churches. Good location.
All of our Salem properties % 1l grow tobacco,
cotton and in fact about all crops that are
planted in this section.
Call on or write us for our lists of properties
ifyou are interested.
We also write the best class of Fire Insur
ance with standard companies.
THE CLARENDON REAL ESTATE
AND-FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
SUMIlONS FOR RELIEF. -
.M. E. Johnson, H. M. Kelly, Henry
Kelly, Elizabeth R. Bradham, Law
rance F. Bradham, Edinborough Bry
ant, Marion J. Bradham, Enaora A.
Bradham, Mollie A. Bradham, Joseph
A. Bryant, William M. Bryant, Har
mon L. Bryant, Lucius H. Bryant,
Charles Bryant, John P. Bryant, Al
lice V. Bryant, Idelle Bryant, and
Rufus L. Bryant, Benjamin T. Bry
ant, Olden Oliver Bryant and Willie
H:Bradham Jr., infants under twenty
one years of age, by John J. Bryant,
their Guardian AD LITEM, Plaintiffs,
Hattie J. Kelly, in her own right and
as administratrix, Nancy E. Futch,
otherwise called Nancy E. Kelly, and
Ashby Calhoun Nichols. otherwise
called Ashby Calhoun Kelly,. De
To the Defendants above named:
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the Complaint in this
action, of which a copy is herewith
served upon you, and to serve a copy of
your answer to said Complaint on the
subscribers, at their office at Manning
in said County and State within twenty
davs after the service hereof; exclusive
of the day of such service; and if you
fail to answer the Complaint within the
time aforesaid, the plaintiffs in the
action-will apply to the Court for the
relief demanded in the Complaint.
The defendant Nancy E. Futch,
otherwise called Nancy E. Kelly, will
take notice that the Summons and
Complaint herein was filed with the
Clerk of this Court on the eighth day
of December, 1906.
DAVIS & WEINBERG,
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Probate
for Clarendon County on the 7th day of
February, 1907. for letters of discharge
as administrator of the estate of Dayid
F. Lide, deceased.
DAVID R. LIDE.
Pinewood, S. C., January 7, 1907.
All persons having accounts against
Clarendon county. will present them
Saturday 5th, day of January 1907 as
that will be the final meeting of the
present Supervisor and Commissioners.
T. C. OWENS,
I have opened up a Meat Market in
the Galluchat Building, below the post
office, where I will keep the bestlFresh
Meats of all kinds there the market
affords. All that I ask is that you give
me a trial.
Yours to please,
' Phone 71.
to sugferers from Kidney. Liver and
Bladder troubles ! Other manufactur
ers say "buy a bottle and if it dosen't
cure we will refund your money." We
say "take a full $1. size FREE bottle
of UVA SOI and if it benefits you, then
use UVA SOL until cured." This ad
vertisement entitles you to a bottle
of UVA SOL at
J. C. LAND'S, Foreston, S. C.
Only a limited number of bottles
given away. Don't miss this oppor
tunity to test
Mouzon & Rigby,
Fancy Groceries, Fruits, Etc.
VEGETABLES IN SEASON.
Always on hand a fresh, clean line
of Staple and Fancy Groceries, Can
ned Goods, etc. We supply others'
tables, why not yours?
Give us ~your orders for anything
in the Grocery line. We fill and de
liver all orders promptly. -
We hav'e recently added to our line
Have you been to see the wonder
ful bargains on this countre for 10e.?
5 you haven't, come in now and let
us show you some of the greatest
bargains for 10 cents ever brought to
Yours for business,
Mouzon & Rigby.
Money to Loan.
~TA APPLY TO
We have passed through the hard4
est earin ur usiessexperience.
SBut in spite of it all, we are going to ~
Smake a stronger fight to give* our cus
Stomers better goods at
SLower Prices Than Ever Before.
We intend to pay more attention
this year to our special lnes, - 4
SDry Goods, Millinery, Notions, Shoes
and Gents' Furnishings,
E therefore in order to strengthen nd
make these lines more complete we
O0- -.'s ete oosa
Shave decided to discontinue some lines
owe have heretofoe carried.
Boys v and ic lot of Men's anid
8 Bys'Suts nd ddPants that we will -
'.- % - w~
Ecleose ut at e osreghn n
Also a big lot of Men's and Boys'
Hats that are up-to-date in every&
Sspect, latest shapes and best cquality~ to
close out -
AT COST - s
omae quick and get your fit before
they are picked over.
0MUTUAL DY gooS?.i
NEW GARDEN SDEEDS
AND ONION SETS.
Fancy Santa Clara Prunes-extra large... ..12ic pound:
Fancy Caliiornia Evaported Pitted Plums.... 12jc -
3-lb. Cans California Yellow Peaches-heavy
syrup.................. ........... .....25c can
New Dill Pickles........................ . c dos
A full line of seasonable Vegetables,
Fruits, Table Delicacies, etc.
Tile Ma~niugoev e.
Purveyors of Palate Ticklers.
ar ainS ae
Buy now while the chance is here. We are
offering Special Bargains that will open-.
Shoes, Hats, Caps,. Dry Goods,
Clothing, Skirts, Jackets,
Waists, Notions, Millinery,
at prices that will will astonish you. Re
member, buying right is money saving.
Don't wait, come and see for yourself. Our
Goods: HIGHEST QUALITY, BARGIAN
NEXT TO POSTOFFICE.