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FROM THE NORTHERN
MARKETS. A BEAUTI
FUL LINE OF
Ladies' Dress Goods.
My Notion Department is again complete.
I have several cases of Dress Ginghams that
was bought at the old price, at S 1 Sc. to
12 1-2c- per yara.
Percales, Flanneletts. Chambray. Madras
and Linen-Finish Goods, 12 1-2c. .nd 15c.
values, only loc. My
is again complete. I can fit or suit everybody.
from the Infants to the old Folks.
ina position to take care of your hands. I
ave a Line of new Gloves for both men and
women. Prices from $1 up. Now is the time
to 'uy yourself
i am now showing them in almost all colors,
from 2:5. to $6.50. No reason why I cannot
sell you a
PAIR OF BLANKETS.
These are the best to be had, and a big as
.sortment of Comforts at prices from $1 to $7.
Also some infant Crib Robes, $1 and $1.50
each. I am showing the best Line of
to be had. Try Biltmore's Guaranteed Hose
for the -school children. I a again showing
from $1 up. These are good value's.
I am right here with the goods, and I
will expect yon tomorrow.
The Young Reliable.
I - I rINt[UV~T
* * IRSCIMAlNNS
you can get what you like and will like.
what you get. When you cast your eye on
this list it's pretty sure you'll find some
thing you'll need today or tomorrow:
Fine Dress Suits,
Dess Goods, Notions,
Rain Geats, Hosiery,
.Soes, Hats, Shirts,
Sall ready here for Ladies' Men. Youths' and
D. H-irschmann. I
neuse d aaoa ve. to keep the bowels open aanreent the posens ci uniiess~
A FULL CAR LOAD OF
*F. C. T HOMAS, MANNIN6. S. C.
MJ OB. W OR K
TO THE TiMES OFFICE.
A BISMARCK STORY.
Olaying the Role of Cousin Was Just
to His Liking.
In his university days Bismarck was
as jolly and boisterous as the least
promising youth of his generation. Ac
cording to the author of "The NI. I'.
For Russia," be enjoyed dancing and
singing better th: study and was as
full of fun as his chosen comi.:mion.
Count Keyserling. was defivient in It.
and on this difference in tetnpelramit
hangs a tale.
One day the shy and reserted Kev
serling came to Bismarck In great ag
"What is the matter?" demanded Iis.
"iy mother writes that an aunt and
two cousins are coming for a week to
Berlin. and. as they are very youn:
and inexperienced. I must go a14)t
everywhere with thlem. Ldrering the-a
all sorts of amusenients. It is twost
annoying. :ronned Keyserling. ":a
have to prepare myself for examirin:
tions and have no time for pretty Coun
Dismarck saw his chance and Imme
"Ilave you ever seen these youn;
girls? Have they ever seen you*'
"Never in my life."
"Cnpital' Nothin.: 1rould be better.
Let me be Count Keyserling for t he
time being. nnd you becotne simple
Bismarck. You stay at home., and I
shall become a tirst class cicerone dur
Ing all the time of their visit."
Keyserling ea::erly accepted the prop
osition. When the yount ladies ar
rived. Bismarek met them as Keyser
ling and placed himself at their di.s
position during their stay In Berlin
Keyserling buried himself In his books
and thought no more about it untll the
girls had gone home to the Baleic
A week or two later he was discon
certed by receiving a letter from home
In which his mother expressed her
great delight in hearing from the
young ladies and their mother how im
mensely they had enjoyed themselves
and how very agreeable and kind their
cousin had been.
"I am overjoyed." continued the fond
parent. "to hear from their description
that you have grown quite stout and
robust during your stay at Berlin."
Foiey's Kidney R1emedy will cure aty
ease of kidney or bladder trouble that
is not beyond the reach of medicine.
Cures backache and irreg-ilarities that
f.neglected might result in Brights
disease or diabetes. W. E. Brown & Co.
A COOK'S CREST.
The Decoration Wcr by a Pompous
A quaint story fro-a iersia is given
in a book by .\r J:n:-s. The author
had missed frt::: his suiddie the brass
plate inscribed wi's *he i *::tker's name.
Souter. at:d w.:s wr::th at his loss.
since the name w'vut for much in the
judgesent of the e-st.
"One day he- says. "I was sitting
in my favorite to-:shom with ay friend
assan All. discussing :as usual Eng
lands perfidy i: nai:::douing m-rth Per
si to Russian :ua-hinations, when a
most dignified Persi:un enstere-d the
auberge. ice was pr-ecede-d by a well
groomed boy carrying his dust coat.
The Persian bowed to mc with great.
cvilty and passed into uin Inner apart
ment. As both man and boy bore
burnished gilt crests upon their tall
astrakhan hats I took them to be pub
li functionaries of no small Itupor
"'Who was that, Eassan Aliy I ask-1
ed. 'I do not remember having seen
him before, yet evidently he recog
"'That,' said my friend, with is
maill beady eyes twinkling. 'is your1
"'My cook!' I answered In astonish
ment. 'I took him to be at least the
governor's chief of staff.'
"'Well, he is your chief of staff,'
which to him seems a higher degree
yes!' And Hassan All smiled his In
"'But what In the name of good con
science is the Impertinence that he
wears upon his hat?
"'That must be yr.r crest. It is a
badge of your-s"
"'On my honor. Hlassan All, you
m-.st not make fun of me! I have
given the man no crest, and I have
never set eyes on him before!'
"'I have seen the badge" flassan
All continued. 'It Is undoubtedly your
own. It has the motto -Souter," which
Is doubtless the old heraldic contrac
tion for the word souteneur, and also
the subtitle. "By royal appointment"
It, was, of course, the missing saddle
plate, which the Ingenious cook had
"conveyed" as a hegaldic decoration
Count d'Orsay had an explosive tem
per. Sir Algernon West says that the
count "once called on the publishers.
Messrs. Saunders & Otley, on Lady
Blessngton's behalf and used very
strong language. A beautiful gentle
man in a white neckeloth said he
would rather sacrifice Lady Blessing
on's patronage than stand such per
sonal abuse. 'I am not personal.' said
DOrsay. -if you are Saunders, then
-- Otley; if you are Otley, then --
Forced Into Exile.
Win. Upchurch of Glen Oak. Okla
was an exile from homze. M\ountain air-.
he thought, would cure a frightful lun'g
racking cough that had de~ed all rem
edies for two years. After six mouths
he returned, death dogging his steps.
"Then I began to use Dr. King's New
Discovery." he w-rites. "and after tak
ing six bottles I am as well as ever." It
saves thousands yearly from desperate
iung diseases. Infallible for Coughs and
Colds, it dispels Hloarsenes; and Sore
Throat. Cures Grip. Bronchitis. Hem
orrhages. Astbma. C'roup. Whooping
Cough. 50c and $1 00), trial bottle free,
Zuaanteed by all druggists.
Among "blunders In emphasis" the
prize must be awarded to the remark
of the beatiful Maiss Gunning to
George II. She told the king that she
would dearly love to see a coronation.
A compliment not infrequently takes
a questionable form. 0. W. E. Eus
sell in his -"Collections and Recollec
tIons" tells of a working class admirer
who once said to the dean of Windsor
Dr. Wellesley). "I always say there's
nothing of the gentleman about you."
-St. James' Gazette.
The Part That Never Changes.
"What a very affecting part. my
dear" remarked the husband as they
returned from the suburban theater
the other night. "I suppose :here
wasn't a dry eye in the house."
"I observed, however." said the wife.
"t' .t there seemed to be the usual
number of dry thr-oats."-London Tit
The Old anJ the New and the Great
est D.awing Card.
Before the one ring days and going
back a few centurits the circus was
represented in the i-erson t'r am e
bank, a thin visa::d. elean shaven
mal who hitched his .rap-ze to the
sturdy limb of :i vilage oua and did
feats to the ii. coneed -.nazeiuent
of a peti-:e who respected God sOme
what. but the d-vii and his black
magic a great de;;! m..re.
A long and high jtimqp this-'rom
mountebank to modern iiii-pidrot-ei
from a man who lived tinder his 11.t
to a:"tented city which hou'es :is many
as :.0%wI people in one day and regu
larly furnishes foxl. shelter and trans
portation for 1.2) m::ore. to say inolh
Ing of ai hospital. :i postotlice and a
cotumissary where one can pt:rchase
almost anythiug from :z postage stamp
to a suit of overals.
The bi show today is as highly spe
cialized and deviously organized as is
our greatest business institutto::. Its
mainten:ince costs a thousand dollars
an hour. Yes. it's : long jump from
the mountebank: but. after all, things
haven't changed so much in some
way Is. It
A man who was running a trick
pony and dog show last year ndded a1
"thriller" to his prorram in the way
of a dangerous tying traipeze qct. To
the delight of his pockets. but the in
tense dis:ust of his tralner's soul. the
door receipts almost doubled. He had
two men at the door one night who
asked the outgoing crowds which part
of the show they liked best-the trick e
animals or the acrobats. They answer
ed as one. -The acrobats'"
Danger-danger to other human
lives and limbs-that's the drawing
eard. after all. excepting only the chil
dren who are too youn;: to be gory
minded and who find most delight in ,
the clowns. We grownups like the
"thrillers"-the more deadly the better.
-William Allen Johnston in Harper's
No Case on Record. t
There .s no case on record of a cou.iJ r
:or cold resultingZ in pneumonia or con- If
sumption after Folev's Honey and Tar i
has been taken, as it will stop your n
cough and break up your cold quickly.
Refuse any but the genuine Fole's
Honey and tar in a yel'ow packa-e.
Contains no opiates and is safe and sure.
W. E. Brown &Ce.
Where He Blundered.
A Cleveland lawyer tells a story
about a Milesian wielder of the pick
who had been digging a trench for a
gas pipe lenditg to a private residence
-a one inch pipe.
Contemplating the excavation and
comparing Its capacity with the loose
dirt, he shook his head in doubt. "Be P
this and be that." said he. "I'm think
ing I'll not have room in the ditch for
all the dirrt on the pile. bad cess."
"But." said a bystander. "why not.
-Sure." he made reply. "because I t
didn't dig it deep enough!"-CleelandI s
A Growing Love. I
Mr. and Mrs. Married Bliss were
both growing very plump. and every
effort to reduce weight had proved
fruitless, and their discontent with ta
their failure was pathetic.
"It is too bad." said a mutual friend 3
to a sympathetic physician. - The
Bisses are so fond -of each other and !
used to be so graceful and slender
when they were first married-"
"Ah. well!" replied the physician. j
"Think how much more they are to
each other now."-Life.
I f you desire a clear complexion take
oley's Orino Laxative for constipation
and liver trouble as it will stimulate 1
hese organs and thoroughly cleanse
our system, which is what e veryone
needs in order to feel well. W. E.
irown & Co.
The Day He Selected.
When .Mr. Gladstone wias alive he ~
was once discussing with some friends S
at Howarden castle the greatest day.
in the world's history. Each member
of the group was asked to say on
which day he, ID the past or the fu
ture, would prefer to lIve, It being
supposed that he should have his pres- 1
ent knowledge, and afterward return
to his present existence. Mr. Glad
stone chose a day In Greece when
Athens was at Its highest glory.
Not Like Him.
The V'icar-l'm surprised at you.
Mggs. Why, look at me. T can go
into the town without coming back In
toxicated. Miggs-Yesh, zur. But Olf
be so popular.-London Telegraphb.
Might Have Helped.
"We were traveling all day In the
teeth of the gale."
"Pity you didn't have a dentist."
"To draw the teeth!"
"Here's a case where tear turned t
dark hair yellow".''
"-Fear turned the hair yellowl Bosh"' I
"Fear of beIng out of style."-Ex
Foey's Honey and Tar- cur-es coughs
quickly. strengthens the lungs and ex
pels colds. Get thle genuine in a yellow
package. W. IE. Brown a~ Co.
"is wife made a fool of him."
"'What reason have you for saying
"I have his own word for It."
"I have. He says that all he is lie.
owes to his wife."-Hlouston Post.
The Old Mistake.
"De man dat answers a :told brick
circular," said Uncle Eben. "makes de
old miistake. instead o' tel in' Satan
to ;;it behind 'im. he thinks ac kIn git
head o' Sataxn."-Washingtonl Star.
The Court-You will swear that the
prisoner stole your umbrella? The
Plainti-Your honor, I will swvea
that he stole the umbrella I v'a3 car
CATARRH CURED AT HDME~
ITrial Treatment of D. Blosser's Catarrh
Remedy Free to Sufferers
i you have: catarrh of th~e nohse, throat. or
un's. It you are constant:'v spto: h:.mgn
the nose". haw s.torppd up 'r-;m:. hat anu
deann'. a.sthmna, Oro.,chis or wea :un!L..
you can cure yourself at hom'e by' a remaedy -o
,.mpe that even ai child can useC it.
It will cost you .nly a. po'tai crdI to cet a
w.drui r'-nedy. It i' -na b raadi to eve'ry
ag- contannga e-nough t-- Iast one n u- ho.'ant
w!! be 'wan by mai! for $!-.~
A postal card with v'.ur ram'- and add:"' s
heito1. IR. 10o . .l;an'. s. ''. w:t brmin
A BURGLARS ADVICE.
Nhere to Kcep a Rcvo.lvcr .'t Nigh
and How to Use It.
I take ny pe' inl !:.:d tip warite yo
n :2e;nver t:s I ii : i2:: ;.: : . I
: e -"V i tim" . a y :.. 11 b.|
II your b edroor.:I d, S %r ui: : w
u:tke Vu sae froin bur:rs-:tinin
ato the reenn: :ad shoot in: .tour hen
IT aud to tell h.:: the ;I:l w:.v v
e safe frowt h:tr:n bb !br:lars is t
ly still whenl titey tells v'.u to :t1i
fter they has gonet to co!!eet from th
=rglnry insttrtece coint:nny.
Your :nn **Victi:' is :I (ull ;uv 1
e hinks n- >olt will stop any oene th:
nows hi. trade. bee::use we tawny
uts a gimlet hole I thrO'h the pnnt
ight back of the bolt :nd sizes i
ack quiet and c:sy just the saim
ry as we puts holes 1hrough th.
nel back of dend intches nn outsid
oors, because there :-iII't nrei,i2n: wi
top a man that knows the trade onl
steel door with i:n iron-erossbar bNc
f it and e~cetric cont::ts nll round.
Wmt's :nore is that :::v mwin th:i
eeps with : pistol tt::e!er his pillo
a chumup. betause t:it's where w
lw:tys % eels for it hi' fir-! thing an
ets i:l beforep:--.ree-i::: in the bus
ess O w ee::::-. i:he rri-ht Plnee t
tNep :I tl bein:: in tihe fr'ont ha
I t n 1::ii 'n i:r y .t :iin
a1:. is ' l to ar. l::::::: te Io h N -4,
(Pt:: I ::! :-d v:n ::.- w-ithi it. h<
ideS i- ! ':-: l:-i 1 r ;n -V!t5 peop!
4 2- . :: , 11 tdi :ind fe4- fo
I-i - ! t h:e; ::::': ife-: : n rI ore.
I .t -..;t'y w : :a -::' , ! 'is!.> to he
J:i: hin :,!:d =!ilr h:-' *:,tn rv
w t:: to ::- it th. I: ;.re ler ;lnee for 1
; ::K-a -!v. I3 -::tte thast
the're w--::lwr:tvs h--ok for it. but it
t ;I.. I it f T!n- bel. :herit wher
ou - : t4ret-h cut with your toes s
int whe: you wtke up n::! feel ih
tTrh:a's h:2id -:-aebin:: nder you
illow you e:n Iy a still till be move
ver to the bure:u. when you wi
are plenty of titmne to get hold of you
un with your toes nnd pull it up get
le and slow like you w:ns still fas
sleep till you get your grip on it ani
Ten if you are qInlek lent::h to mak
Ie bur:lnr shoot in the smoke al
Ight. but if you ,:)'t got the nerv
Dr the jo) you'd better not have n
uns around. because he will sho
Having been In the teit slipping ani
istol collecting business for nin
ars. I guess I know the game. an,
I knowed where your tnug "Victim
res I would just come up some evet
= and pinch his gun for him to shoi
Im his bolt Is no good.-Sloppy Mik
i New York Sun.
"But what muade you Irritate her fa
"I had to do It. I wasn't any to4
opular with the girl until her fathe
arbade me the house."-Louisvill<
Aunt Crnbbe-I think It is my dut:
> tell you that I have beard frot
reral sgrees that Mr. Brown is :
cry fast young man! Daisy-Fast a
e is. I shall catch him yet. auntie!
Warden-Hlow's the campaign goin:
p your way'? Sort of a close contest
ellers (gloomily)-Closest I ever saw
either side Is giving up e blamet
his Is a Good Opportt
Lot in the Town of NI
All that yout have to do is t
ubsription in aldvanIce. Or if
ubcrie and pay for one year
Those who have complied
;ill be put in ai box. and on the
nee of witnle~ses. some child wi
ox one slip of paper. This sli]
h'Io has patid all indebtledness t(
on int advannce. aind to) this pers
ntate we will execntie a warr'an
hie"w putrch~ased at the Lese:
This is no ::ne of chatnce <
oa Tow~ S UI ~subcriber(1.
Bring in. come iln or send.
et this valuable present.
ONE OF THE BEST
ife Insuracce Comtpanlies in tii' work
1h6 Mutual life Insurance Gl
of New York.
're p~OP.e fr'02m theL west coa-.,t f.ifrica
2" rie- :tet hamlet ::': '.out'h Caro.:na he'
.edscis i:n thi's ::oe,. old comipany.
A manL2 and ai companyIi are tnoewn cy :h~
uraC .ee e~e2n' ee N.'w Y..rk. tea
. rrs .,e.o n.tion promp.:t:v =d . n
: , '..:'!.ctoery mn ar. u.ccen-e .: temn
er~.te'd therou:ethat i:, Specia: .1:':en *al
cin.' th. heitdnsre'Nw
ISAAC M. LORYEA,
'larendon and Sumter Counties for
he Mutual Life lnserance Ci
of New York,
SUMTER, 5. C.
On 40-Horse Boiler. on :
lorse impr:ov'ed Lidell Engin<
mc Saw Mill. on G;rist Mil
mec :3 Horse Boiler. and or:
trotecrs& WellIs' -Horse Pou
Ir Engine. A pply to
C. F. RZAWLINSON.
.Jor'dani. S. C.
\RANT'S DRUG STORP
The Licensed Druggist
Sells Everything in
)RUGS and MEDICINE
Notice of Discharge.
I will atpply to thre .i udg" of Proha
r Clarendon County. en the 1'-th d
I Novmubcr. lin. for !etwers of ai
barge as' .\dmi~niettrator of the. esta
'rank W. Thigpen. dlec'ense".
.JUSEP!! T' STUEFS.
[r. King's New Life Pill
The hbet int the world.
DRIVING A NAIL
it Morc to It Than Sim:ply Hammering I'
Into tho Wcod.
a On.e who thinks that the driving of a
a :l .a it i:.y in :teVttini the
t vi.!.- l- fgth f it ut of sight has
lit!.- 'ie..i,:ion 'f the ren! nature of
the ierti. says the Scientitic .Anmer
d i:g. A un:ii driven by% :in expeert will
- ,fte:i l'.d severnl times as Iuch as
o "ne ill driven. whiwe. too. it Is often
d i:iaide to dr:w the Iirts into place. If
e you have ever watched a rnechanic
drivin nail!s you have doubtless noted
f that lie rarely drives one at right
.t angles with the face of the work.
s There is a reason for this. Suppose that
-1 Le ik na"ing the "sheeting" ou the
it fram.e of a building and desires to
e draw the board down tightly against
c the n:.e below it. le points the nail
c do-::rd. and a few well coiwidered
!I bl.ws at the last produce the desired
y eZfect. If the honrd is bent edgewise, so
k that much force is required. probably
ie vilI start the nail in the upper edge.
t p*'lig very sharply downward.
A .g::lti. two nalls driven In a board at
e direrent :zes will hold It In place
d much more :irnly than the same nails
i- wo!lll if they were driven at right
n angles wi:I the face of the board.
ii Did you ever notice that in driving
ta nail in very hard wood one man will
I- do It successfully, while another suc
ceds only in doubling the nulil t:p be
e fore the point hns fairly entered the
r wood? The difference lies In the fact
that the cpert strikes the nail fairly
d: and not too hard, "coaxing' it in.
ei while the other strikes too hard and
A with indirection. It may be properly
s mentioned right here that in driving
s a nail into very hard wood It is usual
e, ly profitable to dip the end In oil or
o grease. This will not sensibly inter
e fere with the holding qualities of the
r nail. while It' will be found to very
s materially facilitate its driving.
r ' His OW Good Trait.
Loafer-Can yer spare us a 'a'penny.
0 WorkIngman-Wotcher want a 'a'pen
e ny for?
Loafer-Cos I got one. and I wants
e another for the price of 'arf a pinL
D Work!ngman-Ever done a day's
work In yer life?
Loafer-No. guv'nor. cawn't say as I
e Workingman-Well. yer never done a
pore bloke out of a job. anyway. 'Ere's
yer 'n'penny.-London Punch.
Those Useless Question:.
e "Billy, did you ever pick up a live
trolley wire with your bare hands?"
"Many a time."
"Didn't it give you a shock'"
'Give me a shock? it killed me dead
every time."-Cbicago Tribune.
ri - Perilous.
: "Were you ever in a railroad disas
"Yes-I once' kissed the wrong girl
while going through a tunnel.''-Cleve
r land Leader.
I it's the fellow who minds his p's
s and q's that sleeps on flowery beds of
- e's.-Philadelphia Record.
Dear Creature (speaking metaphoric
ally)-That absurd .\and F~orsyth can't
?see an inch beyond her nose.
I The Othier Dear Creature (speaking
I spitefuliy)-Pe'rhaps she is dazzled by
inity to Secure a Building
anning Absolutely Free !
o pay what you owe and one year's
you dlo nOt tatke THE TIMES now.
with these conditions. their nam~es
18th day of December. in the pres
L be blindfolded andl draw from the
p will contain the name of a persor
Tuis TIMES and one year's Subscrip
on or to any one he or she may' des.
tee deed to one ot' the building lots
se lot sale.
>r !l tery. but a~ straightforward gifti
our subscriptiotns and be eligible to
,We Do Not Weni
1. The Earth,
But we do want to sell you a port iori
*The quality of our goods is alway:
-un to the stanudard and we give sat
.factioni to every customer.
'Prices Are RighI
WVhen you buy from us you ear
re'st assu'red that you get goods a.
chieap as vou can b~uy them any
w here when quality is cor.sidereud.
Th1l~si.. i a featu:re ini tile grocery
buisine?-, which is very imptortant,
anid this iS what y'ou get when yot
bu f romtus
Ltet us till your next order.
P. B. Mouzon.
L.AXATIVE cough remedy.
For coughs. colds, throat and lung
croubles. No opiates. Non-alcoholic.
Good for everybody. Sold cverywhere.
FOLEY'S HONEY and TAR is in
aYellow package. Refuse substitutes.
Prepared only by
Foley &~ Company, Chilcago.
W_ E. BROWN & Co.
The Kind You Have Always Bought,nd which has been
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
. and has been made under his per
sonai supervision since its Infancy.
Alowno one to deceive youin this.
All Counterfeits Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children-Experienco against Expinme.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor O, Pare
gorie, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotie
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural Sleep.
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
CENUINE CASTORIA ALwAys
Bears the Signature of
The Kind lol Hao1 M Jways Bough
In Use For Over 30 Years.
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and high prices for cotton and other produce means
money in the pockets of all our people. This money will
be spent, and we hope it will ail be spent in our own
W town and county. This being the case, then we are gab
ing to use every effort to get a good share of the trade, Z
the best goods, and smallest profits will insure this, why
we are going to have it. We have now the largest and
most complete Stock of Hardware we have ever had since
I being in the business. General Hardware of every
discription, Ranges. Stoves, Heaters of all sizes. The a
best Stock of Crockery and Glassware in town. Paints, .
~Oil, and Varnishes. Headquarters for Guns. Shells and p
SSoorting Goods. A full Stock of Keen Kuster Axes, Ea
SKnives, Razors, Scissors and Shears; every piece guaran- 3
Steed. Enamelware in all the latest designs.
The famous Pittsburg Weld, and Ellwood Wire Fenc- a
Sing,. Barbed Wire also. and at prices that cannot be duph-.
Scated. A cordial invitation tc all.
In the Levi "Busy" Block.
ARTISTIC CREATIONS IN
Cut-Glass and China
JUST OPENED UP.
In Cut-Glass, we offer Tankards, Sugar and Cream
Sets: Cologne Bottles,. Bon Bon Dishes, Berry Bowls, -
Celery Trays, Spoon Trays, Nut Bowls, Nappies, Etc.
A few appropriate items from our large Line of China
Iare, Hand Painted Tankards from $2.75 to $7: Chocolate
Sets from $3 to $.25: Salad Bowls from $1.25 to $3.25;
Ramikins. per Set, $3: Cake Plates from $1 to $3; Nut
Bowls, Cranberry Sauce Sets, Oatmeal Sets, Comb and
Brush Trays. Pin Trays, Art Pitchers and Vases, Et.,
Etc. Remember, we are not afraid to speak our prices
out-there's nobody goingr to beat us.
Manning Grocery Co.
"Big Store <>n The Busy Block."
SEED *AS REDE RUSTPROOF.
S~T D EEi .UAT. SMOOTH AND
W -Y LrLIeBEARDED VARITIES.
Seed Rye and Barley.
6rain Pasture Mixture, composed of Turf
Oats. Wheat. Barley and Vetch.
The best winter Horse. Cow and Hog pasture you can
There will be a Roller Flour Mill in Sumter
by January. 1910.
BOOTHHARBY LIVE STOCK CO.
IEpperson's Old Stand. SUMTER. S. C.
BrinYour Job Printing to The Times.