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MANNING. S. C., MARCH 1-, 1909.
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Respect cbar::ed for as regul ;" advertisements.
Liberal contracts made for threc. six and twelve
Communicat:ons must De accompanied by the
real name and address of the writer in order to
N'o communication ot: a personai enaracter
will be pub'isbed except as an advertisement.
Entered at the Postfiee at x1auning as See
ond Class matter.
SMITH WILL TAKE CARE OF HIMSELF.
There seems to be some anxiety
in certain quarters that Senators
Tillman and Smith will not pull
together, because Smith is liabie
to start off on independent
lines, whether it suits Tillman
or not, and when he does, it is
thought that Tillman will balk
and kick, and raise so much
sand that it will effect the popu
larity and usefulness of Smith.
Once upon a time Tillman had
the power to make or unmakE
any public man, but that time is
no more, he may be ablE
to hold his own with thE
masses, but when he under
takes to do more he fails. Sen
ator Smith should and will joir
Senator Tillman in all mat
ters involving the good oJ
South Carolina. but when 11
comes to matters of general
policy, Smith is as good a judgE
as Tillman, and there is no nee6
for him to secure Tillman's per
mission as to bow he should votE
or act. We would be greatly
disappointed in Senator Smitl
if he permitted himself to be
come a "me too" in order to bast
in the sunshine of Tillman's ap
proval. He must be a force o
a nonenity, if he does not stanc
up independently, but halts anc
falters lest Tillman may becom(
displeased, he will play himsel:
out; the people do not want a
sycophant to represent then
Regardless of party we wan
to see Senator Smith get in touc
with those great influences tha1
inake for doing something. It is
utter folly to "cuss them damtr
Yankees," and cause his cou
stituency to lose caste with thE
powers that be. There is n'
need for anything of the sort
and when it is done, it is for th
purpose of pandering to ignor
ance, such tactics have had thei
day, and the masses are n<
longer fooled by them. Result
is what all are looking for, anc
if, without a sacrifice of principle.
Senator Smith can win the fatvoi
of the administration so that h<
may bring things home, the peo
ple will stand by him whethel
the politicians do or not. Ii
the list orimary, the tactics o:
fornier day politicians, were re
pudiated by the masses; all at
tempts to prejudice the voters hI
distorting the meaning of Demo
cracy, and all efforts to misleat
by those claiminsg a monoply 0:
party loyalty was proven futile
in fact, the very ones assummns
the role of party holiness wer<
knocked out of the box in th<
first round, leaving standinglaion<
the chief self-assuming- Demo
crat, and Smith made a pitifu
spectable lof him in the sec
ond round, thus going to shov
that' the masses are no longer tc
be fooled by politicians, and thga
they want their r'epresentativ<
to use his own judgment, and b
responsible to them for his acts
We have ev ery contidence in ou
junior Senator being able to re
tiect credit upoii those wh<
ignored the dictation of pro
fessional politicians,and we 1001
forward to the time when ude
Smith's leadership South Carc
-lina and the South. will be ac
knowledged a part and par
cel of this great government
not through any sacrifice o
principle. but by the meri
torious conduct of those rep
resenting the South. who, wit]
a clean, broad and intelli
gent statesmanship, will forca
NOT EVEN A LITTL.E F0R THE
If the present liquor regulatioi
law is strictly construed, it is;
violation of law "to have in PC
ssession any spirituous, mall
vinous, fermented, brewed or oth
er liquors and beverages, or an,
compound or mixture thereo
which contains alcohol and is us
ed as a beverage, and whichi
drank to excess will produce in
toxication." This does not appl:
to a druggist who takes out thi
license provided for in the act
But those who are in the habit t,
keep a little in the cup-board has
better have a care lest they ge
yanked up. The law is very fa
reaching, why, under its provis
ions we doubt if a merchant ha
the right to sell Jamaica Ginger
it is a compound containing alco
hol, and is a standard medicin<
for' stomach cramps and othe
troubles yet, if drunk. to exces
will produce intoxication. It is
fact. Jamaica ginger is a drunk
ards refuge, when the real thin
is made inconvenient to reach.
It has been our observation tha
-recently there has been a numbe
of dr'un ks produced from severa
decoctions bought in the dru
stores, jamaica ginger being onl:
one of them, and if there is any
thing a man with a craving thirs
will discover, it is a way to sai
around iron clad liquor laws
They will get a liquid to produec
that joyful feeling, though the:
know there will come a time whei
suffering will follow. The ques
er present conditions whereby i
umen addicted to the use of stimu- i
lents are forced to scheme suc- It
cessful plans to violate the inten- I (
tion of law is altogether wise?
Then too, if a quarter's worth of i
jamaica ginger will buy as big a f
drunk, and possibly do more harm
than a half dollars worth of whis- t
key, is it good statesmanship,
either in law or morals, to make
the law so drastic; that even the t
possession of alcoholic be-verages 1
for individual use, whether for 1
medicine or pleasure, is a viola
tion of law.
The more we study the proris
ions of the Act recently adopted,
the more convinced are we that1
it was a mistake to make it so for
reaching,, it would have been far
better and more effective, had its
provisions been confined to the
sale, but when it seeks to outlaw
home made wine. or the having,
in possession of a little stimu
lants, the people will regard it
tyranical and it will be exceed
ingly hard to secure convictions.
There is such a thing of overdo
ing things, and the present law
is in our opinion over done.
IT IS "UNCLE JOE."
After all of the noise through
I out the country. "Uncle Joe"
Cannon, was re-elected speaker
of the House of Representatives
yesterday. The press dispatches
indicate a stormy session, but
what did it amount to? The only
thing so far shown, is that Champ
Clark, the Democratic leader, has
demonstrated his utter unfitness
for leadership, and from now on
we expect to see the Republicanis
make monkeys of "the gentleman
from Missouri." The idea of al
i leader getting so excited that he.
turns upon one of his own follow
1 ers with the undignified retort,
"and I don't want any slack jaw
about it, either."
A man with such a temperment
is unfit to lead a party of school
boys in a game of bull pen. The
whole upshot of the business is.
the Democrats under the leader
ship of Champ Clark are only
to the majority, from which the
country can not be benefitted, so
far as the Democratic party is
I Speaker. Cannon is a fighter,
and a hard man to down, and if
as is reported he proposes to con
fer with the members of the
House about committee assign
ments, it simply means that Min
ority Leader Clark is to be ignor
ed. It is evident the Democrats
I will stand by their leader, they
adopted a resolution to the effect
"that no Democrat should accept
appointment on a committee with
- out the approval of Mr. Clark.
This begins to look as if leader
Clairk proposes to force recognm
tion or leave his party without
TAFT'S FIRST MESSAGE.
Pr esident Taft sent to Congress
yesterday, one of the shortest
1messages on record. The subject
being a revision of the tariff.
Congr ess however, will take sev
eral months to unload itself of
the speeches it has had stowed
-away for this occasion.
"To the Senate and House of Rtepresen
"I have convened conzress in extra
session in order to enable it to grive im
mediate consideration to the rev'ision of
the Dingley tariff act. Conditions affect
Sing production, manufacture and busi
Sness generally. have so changed in the
.]ast twelve years as to require a read
jutetand revision on import duties
imoe ythat act, with other sources
- of government revenue, does not furnish
income enough to pay the authorized
expenditures. But July 1st, next, the
excess of expenses over the receipts for
the curre nt fiscal year will equal $100,
? he successful party in the late elec
tion is pledgcd to the rcvision of the
' tari The count-ry, and the business
Scm niyepcayexcept it. Pr-os
-pect of change in rates of import auties
yalways causes some suspension or hatlt
in business. because of the uncertainty
.as to the changes to be madec and their
'cefect. It is therefore of the highest im
Spor tance that a new bill should be
- agreed upon and passed with as much
.speed as possible, consistent with its due
and thoroughl considerationi. For these
reasons, I have deemed the present to
be an extracreinary occasion, within the
f meaning of the constitution and requir
.ing the calling of an extra session.
In my inaugural address. I stated in
a summary way, the principles upon
1 wbich, in my judgment, the revision of
- the tariff should proceed and indicated
at least one new sour-ce of revenue that
might be properly resorted to in order
to avoid future defieit.. 1t is not neces
sary for me to repeat what I then said.
".I venture to suggest thtvital busi
ness interests of the country require
th'at atten:ion of congress in this session
be chiefly devoted to the consideration
of the newv tariff bill and that if less
tim'-e be given to other~ subjects of legis
lation in this session, it wili be better
or the country.
"WILLIAM II. TAFT."
LET HIM ALONE.
The tour of Booker T. Wash
f ington and party through the
- Southl, is being protested against
by some, and for the life of us
we cannot see any just ground
for complaint. Washington's
speeches to his race are teeming
j with good advice. If there were
t more Washingtons to go over the
r country to teach the negro race
- their p-oper duty as citizens,
s there would be less crime, and a
-more friendly attitude towards
the white man. One of the
rounds for protest against Wash
rington's visit to this State, is that
s he practices social equality when
Sin the North, rides in Pull man
-cars, sends his children to white
col leges, is entertained by white'
people at the North. We have
t absolutely nothing to do with
rthat. Besides some people see fit
I to accept him as- a social equal.
te honor is all theirs, for we
Sha e no doubt that Washington
-i honor-ing such when lie con
t descendis to step upon the same
I social plane with them,but do not
-let us put obstacles in the way,
Sof one doing good. We are fully:
Sable to take care of our social af
1 fairs and there is no danger of a
- man like Washing attempting to
Who'd a thought it? John .
Zockefeller has made a dona
ion to the German Rifle Club of 1
)harleston. The great oil king
ud Sunday school promoter,
aay be taking this means of in
luencing the German vote of
Tharleston to vote for prohibi
ion next August.
The amoant appropriated by
he legislature for the presenta
ion of a silver service to the
)attleship South Carolina, in the
>pinion of Senator Sinkler, of
harleston, is insufficient, and
;hould be increased by popular
;ubscription. If South Carolina
>roposes to give a silver service.
t should at least do as well as
)thers States has done in such
Colleton county is taking time
)y the forelock in having candi
lates for congress. It is announc
d that D. L. Smith and Col.
rames Padgett will oppose Hon.
leo. S. Legare, next year. It
vould be wise for these gentle
nan not to waste their energies
oo soon, they may yet have to
;tep aside to make room for a
nan from Clarendon for George
legare to lick.
The South Carolina Dispensary
ase will probably be decided
kpril 5th. The court takes a re
ess next Monday until April
th. and the dispensary case is
Lmong those that have been con
idered. The writer of the decree
s as yet unknown. Attorney Gen
rally Lyon, we are informed is
:onfident the State will win. if he
2as any inside information, he
ill -not disclose it, but we are in
formed "it is a good gamble to
:ack the State."
St. Patrick was born, according
o the after dinner speakers at
Eibernian baTquets, in Scotland.
Ireland, England, Germany,
France, and even in the city of
Jerusalem, it depends entirely
apon the speaker. But the ency
,opaedias fixes his birth in the
ity of Dunbarton, Scotland about
the year 396. and when about
sixteen years of age was stolen
by pirates, and sold to an irish
savage chief. He escaped. and
Ln a distant part of the island,
levoted himself to ,he conversion
f the people, and the establish
ng of churches. This great saint
s memorialized all over the
It is thought by some, the ap
pointment of William Leob to
bhe collectorship in New York,
means the building up of a ma
hine to make Ex-President
Roosevelt, Senator to succeed
Dhauncey DePew. A debate be
tween Roosevelt and Tillman in
the Senate would certainly be
worth a trip to Washingston to
hear. Should Roosevelt go to
the Senate there is not the
slightest doubt that he and Till
man will have a bout. They both
have the same affection for each
oter, as the devil has for holy
water, and the moment Roose
velt is made senator, Tillman
will adorn himself with a chip
on his shoulder, and dare Roose
velt to knock it off.
The Leader and Vindicator of
Bishopville, came out with a
twenty page paper to celebrate
its seventh birthday. Brother
Cunningham has displayed a
wonderful enterprising spirit in
the splendid manner in which he
advertised Bishopville, its edu
cation. spiritual, commercial and
social advantages. The photo
graphs of some of the leading
citizens show that Bishopvil'le
contains some very handsome
eole-in orivate life. The issue
o tihe Leadler and Vindicator is
indeed a well gotten up newspa
er, one that is a credit to its ed
itor. and to the enterprising town
where it is published. Why. such
an issue would be out of the or
dinary here in Manning.
The tendency of legislature to
enact laws calculated to interfere
with the business management of
railroads~has commenced toalaim
the various commercial bodies
throughout the United States,
and they are sending out resolu
tions protesting. South Carolina
has been conservative along this
line, although attempts have been
made to enact radical legislation,
but upon sober thought, it has
resulted in letting the railroads
alone. This conservatism must
not be construed as in any way,
more friendiy to railroads than
to othter activities, but rather a
desire to prevent permitting po1 -
itics to run amuck into business
industries, where it can but have
the same effect as a mad bull in
a china shop,
Let men who are jabbing at the
railroads for political purposes
have their way, and they would
bankrupt every railroad in the
country, which would bring dis
aster, not only to the railroads,
but every industry in the coun
The railroads need a tight rein
held upon them, or they too.
would go to extremes, and the
public would become their vic
tims, but when onr legislatures
adopt a middle-of-the-road course
by being fair to the public and
the railroads both, it is the safer
STATE OF 0O11o. CtITY OF T.JLEDO. ss_
FxANK J. CH ENEY makes oath that hc is the
senior par tner of the tirm of F. J. CHXENEY &
Co. doing- business in the city of Toledo. county
and State afo-esaid. andthat said lirmo will pay
the sum of ON~E HUNDRED DOLLARs for
each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by~ the use of HAuLLS C AARH CU R.
Sw orn~ to becfore me and subscribed in mny pres
ance. this ba day of Decenmber. . D. 1S.
sE4 Notary Public
ti Cata'rrh Cure is taken internally and
.i-sdirectly on the blood and mucous surfaces
of te ssem. Snd otstimonials free.
Distruction of Orchard Rubbish.
Just at this season of the year,
;hose orchardists who have not
tiready done so. should make a
,areful inspection of the preinis
s, removing and burning all dead
tnd dying wood. It is in jtest such
alaces that many of our most in
urious orchard pests pass the
vinter. And besides, such rub
ish serves as an ideal broeding
.round for many of these insects.
[t will only be a few 'ays now
before most of these insects will
arve left their places of protec
Jion to begin their work of de
struction upon the budding or
:hards, then it will be too late
[or action. It is extremely im
portant that some action in the
mnatter be taken immediately.
There are many orchards in the
tate infested with San Jose
Scale that have been pruned and
the badly infested material left
lying in the orchard. This mis
take should be corrected, because
such infested material is a men
ace to the rest of the orchard and
to the whole community in which
it is found, being a constant
source of infection. Then there
are those trees that are heavily
infested with the Shot-Hole Bor
erl, recognized by the small round
holes in the bark, resembling
those made by number 8 shot and
usually a general unhealthy con
dition of the tree. This insect
passes the winter as a small white
grub in its burrow in the dead
tree, emergng in spring as a
small brownish beetle. Trees are
often completely girdled by this
insect, causing them to die in the
course of a few weeks. Besides
the two just mentioned, there are
numerous other insects that in
habit dead wood and rnbbish ly
ing around the orchard. No one
will attempt to deny the fact that
by destroying all prunings, dead
branches and trees, and other
rubbish about the orchard the
coming generation of insect pests
will be considerably decreased.
rendering control more practical
It is therefore to the advantage
of every individual owning an or
chard, whether it be one of com
mercial importance or merely one
for home consumption, to put
forth every effort to get the or
chard as free as possible from
any dead or dying wood before
the pests emerge from their win
Don't put this matter off till
tomorrow or some time next week,
nor pile the prunings just outside
the orchard, but destroy them
completely by burning and do
W. A. THoMAS,
Itch cured in 30 minutes by Wool
ford's Sanitary Lotion. Never fails.
Sold by W. E. Brown & Co. Druggists.
The work of the Woman's Home Mis
sion society is not limited simply to the
traming of the children of the church
to succeed its adult membership; but by
the help of our own children we are
seeking to save those children who are
by their sad environment of all the ad.
vantages ours possess.
In all of our schools for foreigners and
in the mountains that are primary
grades for the little children. and
wherever possible there are kindergar
tens, and every effort is made to win for
Christ these objects of his love before
their little feet strayv into paths of sin.
In all of our city missions especial em
phasis is placed upon preventive worl
among children. We have in our Wes
lev Houses, located at different points,
sit (lay nurseries where last year 182
children were cared for, seven kinder
gartens with 412 children enroled, and
2 industrial schools with 1,332 on theil
rolls. There are also boys' and girls
clubs numbering 27, with a nmembersbil
of 575. and 11 sabbath schools with 1,
445 pupils. Sick children are being
continually brought to our dispensarie
and receiving medical attention ane
needed drugs; while the mothers are in
structed and aided in the care of them
Play as well as reading rooms are t<
be founds in some of our Wesley Hous
es, and. when possible, the:-e are pla:
grounds. and many innocent entertain
ments are given them on vs.rious festi
val occasions. They learn to love oui
devoted deaconnt~sses and missionaries
and see in them an inmpersanation o
of Christ's love.
DANGER IN DELAY.
Kidney Diseases Are Too Dangerous for Man
lug People to Neglect.
The great danger of kidney trouble:
is that they get, a firm hold before th<
suierer recognizes them. Health i!
gradually undermined. Backache, head
ache, nervousness, lameness. soreness
lumango. urinary troubles. dropsy, dia
betes and Bright's disease follow it
merciless succession. Don't neglect youl
idneys. Cure the kidneys wit.h th<
certain and safe remedy, Deans Kidne3
Pills. which has cured people3 right her<
in this locality.
Silas Bounds, 15 W. Pine St., Flor
ence, S. C.. says: "-Dean's Kidney Pill
gave me great relief and I do not hesi
tate to give them my endorsement. Th4
kidney secretions were highly colored
often deposited a dark sediment anc
were too frequent and painful in pass
age. My back ached nearly all the tim<
and I had sharp, shooting twinge!
through my hips. I finally read aboul
Dan's Kidney Pills and began taking
them according to direcsions. The:
lived up to representations, soon stop
ping the backaches and pains and re
storing my kidneys to their normal con
dition. I am more than p~eased witi
the results I obtained from Dean's Kid
For sale by all dealers. Price 3(
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo
New York, sole agents for the Unitei
Remember the name -D]oan's--ani
take no other.
Parsuant to an Order .of J. M.
Windham, Judge of Probate, I wil[
sell to the highest bidder for cash
at the residence of the late Isaac
Bertrand, on Thursday the first day
of April nex-t, the following personal
property: One ox; 3 hogs; small lot
corn, fodder, and hay; one one-horse
wagon; lot farmmng implements; one
mle and 20 bushels cotto:2 seed.
Jordan, S. C., March 16, 1009.
Dr. King's New Life Pills
Th hbet in the worl
The representative <
with orders to sell Hirsc
done to effect an immedia
stances the prices are less
saving opportunity ever p
magnificient stock been p
The time is most op
reductions. A word to th
this sea of bargains. Spa
hundreds of articles are o
Come early, and pic
Dry Goods Department.
7c. grade Gingham,sale price,4 1-4c.
Calicoes, all colors, Americ in
Prints, price............... 41-4c.
40-inch Lawn, 15c. grade.....9 3-4c.
12 1-2c. Outing Flannel, sale
30-inch Unbleached Muslin.
Sale price................4 3 4c.
12 1-2e. Chambray,Sale price 7 3-4c.
15c. grade India Linon, Sale
price............... ........ 9c.
75c. White and Colored Silks,
Sale price.......... ........ 39c.
20c. Madras, Pique and Mer
cerized Waist Goods, Sale price 11 3-4
75e grade of Moliair, Brillian
tine and Panamas, Sale price. 39c.
S1.25 value in Voile, Sale
price ................... .
3 Spools Coats' Cotton for. l 1c.
S1.50 grade Taffeta Silks,
Sale price ...... ............ . 89c.
$17.50 Ladies' Semi-Fitting
Coats, Sale price...... ...... 8.48
Panamas, Voiles, Panamas.
$3.50 grade ............... $1.98
S5.00 grade ............... .. 2.49
$7.50 grade ..... .... ....... $3.98
Ladies'and Mens' Furn
10e. Handkerchiefs,Sale price 3c.
10c. grade 1-2 Hose, Sale price 4c.
13c. grade Hose, Sale price.. 9e.
On April 3:
A handsome Seth Th<
Cathedral Clock, size 12 by]
ing the lucky number. For
spent with us we give a ni
)in box at store a duplicate nu
3rd, we will open our box of
will select a person to draw
-number corresponding to tb
I We will advertise the w!
sae will have until Saturi
big in number.
Spend your quarters wi1
Stronger than ei
ped to serve our cu
OUR 0. K. STOV
are the best cookei
IWhen in need <
description don't I
get our prices.
inv.itedto make our
while in town.
ThankinQ you f<
ronage in the past,
head of our class, al
'T'E MANNING I
OK IN THE HANDS OF 1
>f the above Company, %
hmann's Stock at no m
te clearance. The good
than one-half of actual <
resented in the history
laced before the public ai
portune, Easter is drawin
e wise is sufficient and y<
e does not permit to ite1
i display, and everything
k from the cream, so as t
10e. grade Ladies' Hose, Sale
price ..... .. ................ 6.
15c. grade Ladies' Hose, Sale
price...................... . ... 9e.
25 and 50c. Suspenders, Sale
50c. Overalls, Sale price. 39c.
75c. grade Men's Dress Shirts,
Sale price ..... . . ..... 39c.
2~5 and 50c. grade Men's Eal
brigan Shirts and Drawers,
Sale price .................. 19e.
$1 .00 Scriven's Elastic Draw
rs, Sale price ................. 69c.
New assortment Easter creation,
$3.50 grade, Sale price ...... $1.79
$7.50 grade, Sale price . $3.98
S10.00 grade, Sale price ..... $4.98
10c. grade ................. 4c.
25c. grade ... ............... 13c.
15c. grade, sale price..... .. 9c.
25e. grade,.. ................ 13c.
50c. grade................... 29c.
75c. grade ......... ........38c.
2,000 yards from 1 cent a
r the Red T
rd We Will
mas Movement Eight Day
6 inches, to the person hold
every twenty-five cents cash
mbered coupon and deposit
ber. Saturday night, April
coupons, and our customers
a number. Whoever holds
one drawn gets the Clock.
nning number, and holder of
la y, April 10th, 8:45 p. in., to
h us on the "Busy Street."
er, and fully equip
ES AND RANGES
s in the world.
f Hgrdware of any
al to see us and
You are cordially
r your liberal pat
we are still at the
the same old stand
LB ARE COMPANY
'HE MERCATILE CO. OF
ho is the master of the s
atter what price, and i
s are all marked in plain
;ost of production. This
>f Manning and vicinity,
: such terrific reductions.
g near, and the new Millir
ou would surely do yourse
nize all the goods contaim
sold as advertised.
o leave no room for regr(
$1.75 grade, working and
dress Shoes ... ............ 9
$3.00 grade, hand-sewed . ... $1.981
$4.00 grade, Eclipse Shoe
for Men, sale price .......... $2.98
$3.00 grade, hand-sewed, sale
price ......... .......... $1.98
in high tops and Oxfords, in black
$1.75 grade........... ... 98c.
THE DREW-SELBY SHOE FOR
$2.00 grade, sale price. ..... $1.89
$3.50 grade............... $.19
$1.00 grade Children's Shoes,
sale price ................. 69c.
We wish to call special attention
to our Clothing Stock. These goods
were purchased from the leading
manufacturers in the U. S. and con
sist of the finest material as well ss
In olive green, olive brown,. blue
$7.50 grade Men's Suit...... $3.29
$10.00 grade ................. $5.48
$12.50 grade................. $6.49
$15.00 grade.... ............. $7.89
$20.00 grade... .. ..'... .... $10.48
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how much better 3
Hard Wall Plaster, Sh
Fire Brick and Clay; S
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I Horse, Cow, Hog
Horses, Mules, Vehicles
We still have some N
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ituation, is on the spot
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figures, and in many in
is the greatest money
never before has such a
iery will go at the same
If 4n injustice to pass up
ed in this establishment.
$2.00 grade, sale price...... 98c'
$3.50 grade.................. $1.9
$5.00 grade ..... ... ...... 48
25 and 50c. grades, sale price 19e;
75c. grade...... .......... 39c.
$1.75 grade, sale price-...... 98c.
$2.50 grade, sale price ......$1.49
$3.50 grade, sale price ...... $1.79
$5.00 grade, sale price... ...$2.48
A small lot of fancy belt pins
and buckles that sold up to
50c. sale price ............. 10e.
lAdie's fancy Ruffs- made
with pink, white or ,blne :ro
sette. Special ............ 71 2c'
Ladie's fancy Lace Collars
trimmed with ribbon and mel
dallion, sale price ....:.....8149e.
Ladie's Back Combs studded
with brilliants, worth 25c., sale
A small lot of initial Back
Combs -that sold up to 50c., N
50 Ladie's Corset Covers
made with lace and inserting
and ribbon, special.......... 1
Mfens' good quality house
slippers, all sizes, good 75c.
value, special ..............40e
Infants' soft Shoes in tan,
black and white, regular 25c.
quality, special . ........ 19c
robacco and all. Crops.
est.grade materials only.
to buy other fertilizers '
:hing about because they
:m1, S. C.: '*
saler providing you with
W BRAND and then see
rour crops are than your
ingles, Laths, Roofing.
tove Flue and Drain Pipe.
and Chicken Feed.
and Harness as Usual.
ilk Cows on hand.
[IVE STOCK CO.,