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FROM THE NORTHERN
MARKETS. A BEAUTI
FUL LINE OF
Ladies' Dress Goods.
My Notion Depart-nent is agn.in complete.
I have several cases of Dress Ginghams that
was bought at the -ld price, at 8 1 3c. to
121-2c. per yara.
Percales, Flanneletts. Chambray, Madras
and Linen-Finish Goods, 12 1-2c. and 15c.
values. only 10c. My
is again complete. I can fit or suit everybody,
from the Infants to the old Folks.
in a position to take care of your hands. I
have a Line of new Gloves for both men and
women. Prices from $1 up. Now is the time
to 'bny yourself
I am now showing them in almost all colors,
from 25c. 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 th 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 values. -
I am right here with the goods, and I
will expect you tomorrow.
The Young Reliable,
J. 1i. RIUDY,
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 to day or tomorrow:
Fine Dress Suits,
Dress Goods, Notions,I
Rain Coats, Hosiery, I
Shoes, Hats, Shirts,
all ready here for Ladies' Men, Youths' and
BUGGIES, WAGONS. HARNESS.
Lime. Cement.Acme Wall Plaster. Shingles.
Laths. Fire Brick. Clay. Stove Flue
Drain Pipe. &c.
HAY AND GRAIN.
Oats, Wheat, Rye, and Barley. A carload or a single
article. Come and see us, if unable to do, write or
'phone No. 10.e
BOOTHARDY LIVE STOCK CO,
SUMTER. S. C.
llTrespass Notice. I For Sale.
Alpersons are hereby forbidden
from trsasn on the land arouind On 40-Horse Boiler, one 35
Scott's hae In Clarendon county.HosipredLdlEni:
Said lands belong to the undersigned Hreipoe Ldl nie
and ths fon trsasing will be l one Saw Mill, one Grist Mill:
proscuted. R. B. SMIYTH E, lone 30-Horse Boiler, and one
B. C. RAGIN- Strothers& Wells' 28-Horse Pow
~ G.CAES. ~4) ~ r Engine.F AppL o C
C APERS & WRIHT,_____ __
krroRN~ETS AT LAW
ARANT'S DRUG STORE
*~P~~ The Licensed Druggist.
"~L~fl Sells Everything in
u~eeu~~.sza n nnec DRU ,ad MEDICINS
NOVEMBER 15 TO 25.
If vou are looking for la
0aiL1n' colle to A. M. IlULLA
DAY'S STOLE during these Ten
Days. and you will sure get lar
gains. I have just receive a lot
Dry Goods. Notions.
whici I will ofTer to th public
at Bargain Prices. I have : !so a
nice Line of
which i1 will sell vou right. Re
member these are all New Goods
and they are going at Ilar-ga!ri
Prices. for the cash onlv. Look:
at these for a sample:
12 Pretty Toilet Sets go
in- at Cost.
A lot of pretty Pictures
and Mirrors going at
A lot of ?inware going
Also a lot of Bagging
and Ties going at Cost.
Come early and get your
I have plenty of clerks who
will take pleasure in showing;
you anything in my Line wheth
er you want to buy or not.
Be sure and pay me . visit be
fore you buy, as I will save you
money. This Store will be head- 1
quarters for Santa Claus this
year. I have a nice lot of Toys:'
and Holiday Goods coming in. I
am in hopes that they will a. rive
in the next week or so. WatchI
my show windows during the
A. I. IIOLLADA
Next Door to Clark & Huggins'.C
November 15 to 25. 1909
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon.
[N COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
L. M. Pearls'tine and others, Plaintiffs,
Kennedy Feider and others, De
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
Judgment Order of the Court of Comn
on Pleas. in the above stated ac
tion, to me directed. bearing date of
June 12, 1909. I will sell at pub-I.
li aucion, to the highest bidder, forj
ash. at Clarendoni Court Hou..e, at:
Manning, in said counity, within they
legal hours for judicial sales, on Mon
day, the 6th da, of December. 1909,
being salesday, the following describ
d real estate:
All that acel or tract of land in
Clarendon (Gounty, in said State, con
taiing fifty acres, more or less,
bounded on the 'orth by land o
Townas Felder and by Potato Creek; I
Est by Potato Creek separating~ said
land fr'om lands of Stephen F. White;;
South by latnds of! estate of Nexsen:
ad West by lands of Adrianna Lemn
on; said t ract of lano being t he samne
which was conveyed to Kennedy
Felder by Stephen F. White by deed
ated September 90th, 1901.
Purchaser to pay (or p~apers.
E~ B. GA MBLE,
Sheriff of Clarendon County. j
STATE OF SOUTH CAROUINA,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. t
. L. Strauss and others, Pla.intiffs,
Sauel Keels and others, Defendants.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF AI
udgment Order of the Court of Comn- '
on Pleas, in the above stated ac
tion. to me directed. bearing date of:
Detober end. 1909, I will sell at public
auction, to the highest bidder, for
ash, at Clarendon Court House, at I
Manning, in said county, within the
egal hours for judicial sales, on Mon
da, the 6th day of Deceetuber, 1909,
being salesday, the followitng describ-I
ed real estate:
All of that tract of land in the town
of Suimmerton, in Cl rendon County,
in said Stadte, boun d on the North:
by land of A. P. and J. I. Burge.*
Fast by land of J1. Seale-; South by
Avenue B;" and West by lot of R
gan and Lanhamn. The saidi lot of lana 1
being one-half of lot No. i10. on Ave
nue B, as shown by a plat of the sam:e.
made by Hi. T. Cantey, Surveyor,
Purchaser to pay for pa;ers.
E. B. GA MBLE,
Sheriff Clarendon Cou nty. I
We Do Not Want~
But we do want to sell you a portion
of your '
The quality of our goods is always!d
up to the stand-ard and we give sat- V
isfaction to every customer.
Prices Are Right.
When you b~uy frow us you can~
rest assured that you get :goods as
cheap as you can buy them any
w~here when quality is considlered.
This is a feature in the grocery
business which is very important,
and this is what you get when you
buy from us.
l'et us fill y-our next order.
P. B. Mouzon.
Dr. King's Nlew Life PilIs
SAW ELEVEN PRESIDENTS.
Rema:kable Record Held by Mr. W. F. Clay.
ton of the Florence Bar.
Wev an- ('1 On :h t ...... of r.... . : M
State-. 1: i, ain htor :t Fore:c that
h.- wi i gr.ae -r :y wt'h hii- TWe-ne,
and ~ o MV it)" .hou bev m: io~n toe im,
I c:t s:tv wnat few I), mn (an ,.
-that I have -eu1 eleven) pres-idient., and
In 1'4'. mv father movedI :om .\th
ens. 4Ga.. to W::hin e ei'y.t a :
treasurv. u:,der te 'i::r alitn of
P~r.itlIt Tag fr. I IA- then x 11 ars
olti. I h:ave a ver initi :: reo':e
tion of I'e*idet Taylor. althuph m3
fat her carried mei to) 0ole of bi, Iev% .
but of hi,. funeral I hiave a vivid reco!
lection. his oht, war horse. Whitey. wasi
in The funeraL oortvere, with the bot
of the old, -enlerai .trun teo s the .:-i
dlie. and te ice: i.teairus next
sIaw Prsident- Filmor- 1n te tay
the tire-.itdents wa!ked :he -treets as an
indiviital. No ot thought of harin
him: all would hIave? protectd him wit
their lives. Therte Was. no anarchi:st in
the country then. The nex: that I Iaw
was- Ireident l'ire. then l'residen:
tuchanan. w114o nade it a .'art (1! i
da*.Iv life to walk arndf La1fayette
evare several tfime befor. hi- dinne:'.
- wa. h. dur a dmin-rai that
[ 'rince oef Wae visited thiC' cout rv
;aud was entc-te:::itied a:e I' ite fhoue.
:tId at a nal!lparty giveu in honor by
l'eietiuhnn a die larrot
ane. in my -I estation the r
woman this couzjtry ha-; ever produced.
it.CludedI n:e. . hoy of about It; year. in
he invita:ion of my father anti notlhter,
Id I had the pleauiIre of shak:ing hands
with the un ruling' sovereign .f Eng
land. At that :ime my father was -
istant secretary of The treasury. having
;erved eight years as second auditor.
He afterwards served two years asa
sistant ectretar- of the Confederate
:ates treasury under the secretary. Mr.
Niemminger of Charleston.
While in Peru after his death, where
.e served as United States consul at
-aialo. under the adminitration of!
Presiden: Grant. -Ln appoint-nent made
my Secretary ilamilton Fish. an old,
Xh~g who had for-med a friendlhip forI
vy father during the Taylor adminis-!
ration. As vice cocnu! at Callo I rm,
,ioned the fact to an Engli.shman that, I
iad sharken hands with th-- Prince of
Xales. lie replied that the:. were
nany En:lishuen who would aive $50 .
k)0 to say that. I replied as my bank
tecountis onewhat low I wi:l el out
It half pvrce. I next shook hands with
>re.ident Lincoln. at hi., flrst ltvee. we
ot leaving Washinr;ton until April. he
>eing ina;:crated on Ma:ch -. I s.tw
\ndrew Johnson. t.o: as p:-esid-nz. but
is tint- of th senator-; from Tennes--: t
ie was aftertwards pr(-sident. I had ex
resideut Tyler voinwed ou: to inc in
siChmotnd. Xa. Vhi.C a menber of the
ouse Confederat' courres. next I saw
re-.idett Cleveland. PHr.ident% H-ye
md Harri'on. atd if I l'resident
[aft it wi:i le my elevenin pr.-ident I
mn now CA; ears oti. Of Presid--s.
-ayes I will sa% that ht. was tie uo--t
ourteou' and socia! ian I have ever
net as an exalted oticial. Mly fath-r
ad died in Per:u shortly after he came
ato oice and Alexander Stevens and
,en. John B. Gordan. with others, had
commended my brother. rzbert!
oome Co, wo was in Perd with
ny fa:h-r. t., Ili. position. Armed with
etters from them. I went. to Washin.
on and when I presented myself in the
Vhite House ane-room. whc:e at least
0) applicaLnt were seated,.1 sent in my
-ard. but my he-ar: went down in my
tots. I felt I could never see him. butj
o my surprise and the surprise of the!
-rowd in waiting, as soon as the partyI
nside came out, the usher announced
'the president will see M\r. Clayto~n of'
outh Carolina "And if he had known
ne for --ars he could not have beecn
ore cor'-dial. lHe did not give me time
n explain my bu-ii-css,. but sta:ed that
e had re.ceived letters from Alex.
hevens and Ge-n. Gordon and had de
erminedl to make the appointment. 4I.
ras Pre..ident H~ye that removed the
reps from South Carolina in our darK
avs. W. F. CLAYTON.
Forced I::to Exile.
Wm'. Upchurch oIf Glen Oak, Okla..
ran exile from home. M\ountain air.
e thought,. would cure a frightful lung
acklig congh that had defied all rem
dies for two years. A fter six mouths
e returned, death dogrgin:: his steps. -
-Then I began to use Dr. King's New
)iscovery.'' he wvrites. "and after takC
oig six bottles I am as well as ever' It
aes tho~usandsi yearly from desperate
ing diseases. Infallible for Coughs and
olds, it dispels Hoar-.eness and Sorec
'roat. Cure-i Grip. Bronchitis, Hem
rrhages. .sthma. Croup. Whsopin g
ough. 30c and $1 00, trial bottle free,I
uaranteedi by all druggists.
The Way Cotton is Corumed.
The consunmpt ion of cot ton by the
ils of the worl aggregated more than
eventeen million haies in 190S, of wh'chi
he Southern States contributed more
han thirteen million baXe-. The de
aand today for ' aw cotton is so keen itl
ill requir'e nearly thirteen illion live
undred :housand bales of American
oton of thie growth of 1909. and if that
.mount can not be had, some of the mills!
iill. of sheer necessity. be compelled to
ose down or curtail their output.
Of the supply produer: in 190. the
nite-d States prod uced t;G 4 per cent :~
ndia, 14.9t per cenL. F.:yp:t. 't> per
et.: Imusia. 4 3 per cent.: China. 3.1!
cer cent.: Brazil. 2.2 per -en:-.: and all
rther countri.o 2 t per cent. The cot
on entering Occidental commerce is~
hat producedt in North .\merica. Egypt
.nd ou:th .\merica. The IndJian crop
Sconsumed by India. .Iapan, the far
)rint and~ in Continental FEurope to an
-x:eu:, and I-ogiandl took sixty-four
housandj bates tof the IlS crop. Thuts
t will be seen' the part played in Dixie'
ottorn is a leading one to such an extent
hat ewouldl it the human body otf the
orid wouki .:o unclothed.
There is no substitulte; oIf the -ix lead
g textile libers, cotton represents 54
>er cent.. in quantity: wool. 14 3: jute.
4: tlax. 10: heu'p. 2. and slk. fl 5.
These tire-,ome igures are present'-d
r the sole purpose of conv-ine, with
m: argument. of the importance of our
mperial product. with the hope that at
ention will he ca!led to the methods of
narketing th:s fal!. thus giving tihe;
roducer atnd the Southertn busne-n
tan an i:1piration: relIativ.- to the need
f tinancing the .:rtp for the benefit of
he whole South.
We do not advocate. nor arc we dis
ussing. the holding of cotton for ab
ormnal prices, but we arre urging the
>roducer to- mlarke: tis crop evenly
.brough the y-ear and we urge the busi
ess man to aid in that sensible move.
. marketing evenly through the year
,h'e farme- mnay expect his income to be
ncreased somtte thirty-three anti one
hird per ct-nt.. or hi-i 800t crop mande
o vieldl $40. This being tr-ue. e::n the
ouh atiotrd to po-.tpone mnaking :ar
-ugemen~fts for tinancing it'.--The Cot
BATARRH CURED AT HOME
Trial Treatment of Dr. Blosser's Catarrh
Remedy Free to Safferers.
.\ posa rd -;:: '-..t:~ -;:ame and adde
.tt: ! P.1o !2:.71 m in- . t .-.-brn
Coast Li:c Chang-es.
W ilmin ,-, :I:, N. i -.Novtm!w-r G. 15'0.
The T me:. . S. C'- bi
G(;-nt.Ime- -ihein : tOx chd l tih
c-han::'es wh'ich tkeeT*:onN v.m
ber 1.th o: thc . t t('a '. : wl l
be of int :- t> a our readr,. I be- to
ti Coait ,.2c:rc: nar',
iiten II be. :h e enance wilehr"
are G . ! wil . v.r ;::i ti:
hav your. . co-oer in i rn. tr nin pc:.
1.1 tIe. Nora:ni e Fl'e. : Le .ia
ae (o,t Lure% wAn::a:::urtea S:ew1)
:h.. * ' u ::a d i:: l %vh:: c : a.
know , Ho: e net:.a = Liitd be- a
!::.1 1). Savanno~ ~ a. lit. .,c~V p.r prh
:. n Ne Yor an..ek r A l le.t 1-'i0a., "
in t .:ia: G . I t ill beU . Ip p t- < r L
w)'in. 'he laet laim: ,'ieepin:: cars, t
eT\ w et u N -.. o: rk. be it d . tack o v!! t
lin; New Y'nor t:5 p . m Wash
*in 1 . : arived Forence 1:ii.
ail. , .uu-a:= p.~k : :. .ta. i:.. pi.
m. eef551a cn.t. u t.. made i~hot.T
.on tr ir 1o h et .ri-: t
l --.:e nd 1:: p5 . fn . 4 p. p
mr. .Iae'oni de~' .4N p. m.. connecti: .,
beioW rk for-. al. :- : ; . u
u~ '4eTurni a::. !cav e c:-oia ':.Ma.
train..L" W.an *
.. Ch artoni 4oal t.m.a\ t!in t ! :10 u
a ter to NIi- . tre c ' -i . m. r- D
rile W a : a. m.. Newvt! a. ll..rt. i
p.a o . . w. C a u
The15 abo.. v : he iu.a on the rhe.
rori a I.. and auiin L i
Tr e o : c: s . hedule a - i ci w t
be of r:::::e Coas Li wd Tat a oain. Y t
m.. tr ae in t 4:05 and tme . ei e of
Animited train seric toani ro AuLa S
::n.-> w. n a -. r : nw Fio r--n- ::5a. :n..r
Ch ar.n ..e nonthe r:- w
tead If ' :.- a, m-p .. a -rriv.- S'a-.
le,r tn 5: v. mr.. Fern.-n.- p .
arrive Wcon-engtone :4ra.c and aerw
Yorth *-45 Jn.y . e ure a:.v nk
The re --ilz hue : ocandei the se d-~ th,,
u of onTec oa Lie bl t fori aie l.
trai n ad cm.>,_ ofyan tr 'o
Aimit d it on train srice wil brm te't
n. beS:e anda .ttausta Icar
inur vum:-- attam.arivly. .\uu lt
1: ae~.cd m.. eain: Auuta in CRAt r
r o.- o.eta_ l rade m.a r e
Fnei innentchedv ien. re.v10u
out i ca. e at .
tih te. the eple of
Fourth Gae -nrie andust
ift irad i rvie l o n r .\e.
t;;Ca S an d i e tWes:. heE 3r;u& -,
onr Yor ver Turbeule, lue
W. l. R~u . NUa
Sith Grade-ClVarenc 44ren, Ae
Smt a er ena;: Wel he. Tar-li
Fourth -rad - L-ura Dennis.
Fifth (irade-Ehl Cok.'r, Glak
conureu akcearlnd irreultes thatIPe
R. F. oni . os
Firs Grde-Mry rencAlre -
ec N o Grae-Lio i e . y - t
Third sn Gra-Maggi ecoris. aryn ~
outh n te G rade u ennie Dennis.
Fidfth atd-Ethe Coner, Glea
ton aren Pare Turevll , Inez pt i
Sith~sn opraeClarnc te arend Gure
Sm. W~ownnaCowel nneTr
Aeet Grlea- o- Leurenns..
oNdiip Grde-arby CoerMark
Smith. Lucile MJe orris Oca va loris
No Cass oe o tRecorgs. owC
irnolgstn in pceutati. oe can- sae
umpdtion fer FieaHn and paron
Tbr ee as been taerintwise tours
oughMandbtan can ow col ounaly-b
Meule any butl goes eninoe' thturgan
CHonei and Hrsen a~ velo Hokare.
Aotn no. Wites adus Hor ndsue. Rc
Wan. rwenca Co. oua pie
CO FFn-h ddyusEYk dota
hsud' I. odpiH Oppo'tuintr
Lot.-Exchane Tw fMn
Wel lHanhve t o vi o
whchisoe hof the art.oit' mosth
wiliTTtingsi h State. Wei' havte lsar
maing i ur stvale aim tomfi portb a
modlatio ofe ourl freinds ad atronst
Thhwe r seer has!ei th i s :
This sell gones with ouxrnc guarante
arige2n Hoses Bugg ororses.~
Al.( s Dr.lWhite' prmsHoseRe
Birds on the Wing.
Twice --n .ry P:ar : wa'..- -f ltvinz
rds. aln~.,"z inu. cnceviv:Illy ;.:rnd in
u number 4f birds involved, surges
-er Niirth A:n.-rie. T'e autumnn
:ive ro.ll fr.n the arctic tundras
Canid.L a:nl Ask:ik to the torrid
lley o.f h, O . :::az. wa :ind tile great
t~up Zs.. lh .:t l'iata. unly to roll
eik a:::iin to tle eel-sund no.rthern
(e:1n With (h" northward progtression
tlhe sun. .\nd alnst a< ceaseless
the ever risL!n. ever falling swell
the oc-an titl is this ar:tnlous
1C of b-eatin:z winzs and pulsating
tle hearts. The list stragglers of
e northward u!:iration do not reach
eir nurthern home before the early
rt of June. lut in July the south
Irl set tin;: tide h:s he-run a:i-iin.
ie nurnwr of birds that make up
iN niirhty wave almost passes com
ebensio.n. Probably more than 95
r -ent of :iil irds makin: their
mmer home between the northern
undary of Mexico and the .%rctlc
e:an-that i-. In the United states
id Canaida-help to swel the ;reaxt
rd tide that moves southward in
tunn and northward in the spring
th the regularity of a pendulum.
lowin:: :1 little less than one migra
ry 1-ird to an acre, we get the enor
.us ucle of4.32.000N 1-irds
viise win. ::ts follow with rhyth
e precsien t he southward and north
ird muovement of the sun. This
r-ber is too -ast to be easilI comn
ejeneid.- I. in;e In Atlantic.
I you desire a clear coIplexion take
ley's Orino Laxative for constipation
I liver trouble as it will stimulate
!se organs and thoroughly cleanse
ir system, which is what everyone
-ds in order to feel well. W. E.
own & Co.
Spencer's "First Principles."
n Sp..:ncer's "Flrst Principles" he
deavors to define the fields of the
knowable and the knowal'he and
a postulates with which the studies
the knowable must be pursued.
hen Spencer wrltes that -the man
science truly knows that in Its ulti
ite essence nothing can be known."
is not referring to man's brain yes
day or today. He means that the
ndamental principles o' the universe.
e space, time, matter, force and mo
n. are by their very nature un
owable. Since all man's knowledge
the cosmos can be traced back ult
tely to sense experience, and since
:se experience Is not always rella
and much of what he calls the
imate essence is entirely inaccessi
to sense experience. It may be phI
>phically said that man cannot be a
re he reaily knows anything. Both
strength and the weakness of his
-ory are due to the equivocal Import
the term "knowledge."-New York
oley's Honey and Tar cures coughs
ekly. strengthens the lungs and ex
colds. Get the genuine in a yellow
:age. W. E Brown & Co.
The Way of the World.
When we were x)Qor. remarked the
>sperous man reflectively. -we look
forward to the time when we could
ye a summer home."
Well, wheni we got rich enough to
ye one we didn't lke going to the
ne place e-very summer because it
as monotonous, and we looked for
rd to the time when we could have 2
oter for variety." a
Well. we got another, and then we
an to long for a winter place, so 2
it we wouldnt have to be so much :
the big house In the city."a
Well..wie've got them all now."
'And are you happy?"a
'I suppose so-at least. I suppose a
-wife is. She keeps them all shut:
andI spends most of her time in Eu
e. but she knows she has them."
ed Into Ourj
nvenient and up-to-date build- 4
neither pains nor money in ~
nd safe place for thfe accom
narket a cleaner lot of Horses
our stables. Every Horse or
e. Farm Mules, Draft Mules, 4
Saddle and Drivingr Horses.
raandsoiue Buggy. Surrey or 4
to mneet competition. Come
es and Whips, and anything
>ur personal inspection of our j4
can suit you to a Horse, Mule
y to Secure a Building
ing A bsolutely Free !
- what yotu owe and oneO year's
dio ntot take Tii:lEITDES noW.
theseM condi'tions, theIr names~
d:it of D~eeember, in thet pre-s
blikialoklledl aund draw. fromt the
To'IS anud one yecar' suibserip
- o any one he or slie may des
eed to oneli of the buiilding lots.
t sale. -
ery. but a 5traightfobrward zift
2,i.:..-intira :ii1 Ihe cli.-il to
The shooting, tearing pains of neuralgia are caused
by excitement of the nerves. Sciatica is also a nerve
Sloan's Liniment, a soothing external application,
stops neuralgia pains at once, quiets the nerves, relieves
that feeling of numbness which is often a warning of
paralysis, and by its tonic effect on the nervous and
muscular tissues, gives permanent as well as immedi
One Application Relieved the Pain.
Mr. J. C. Lrz. of 11o Ninth St.. S. E., Washington, D. C., writes:
"I advised a lady who was a great sufferer from neuralgia to try Sloan's Lini
mnt. After one application the pain left her ard she has not been troubled
with it since."
is the best remedy for Rheumatism, Stiff
Joints and Sprains and all Pains.
At An Druggists. Price 23., ZOe. and $1.00. R
Sloan's Treatise on the Hors sent Free. AJ.Ircas
DR. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS.
and high prices for cotton and other produce means
money in the pockets of all our people. This money wili
be spent, and we hope it will all be spent in our own
town and county. This being the case, then we are go
ing to use every effort to get a good share of the trade. .Ma
Es ~ -5
th etgoods, 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
beingr in the business. General Hardware of every
Sdiscription, Ranges. Stoves, Heaters of all sizes. The
: best Stock of Crockery and Glassware in town. Paints,
:Oil. and Varnishes. Headquarters for Guns. Shells and
:Sporting Goods. A full Stock of Keen Kutter Axes,~
:Knives, Razors, Scissors and Shears; every piece guaran
Steed. Enamelware in all the latest designs.
The famous Pittsburg Weld, and Ellwood Wire Fene
Zing, Barbed Wire also, and at prices that cannot be duph-.
Scated. A cordial invitation to all.
Ithe Levi "Btusy" 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
are, Hand Painted Tankards from $2.75 to $7; Chocolate
Sets fro:r .33 to $S. 25: Salad Bowls from $1.25 to S3.25:
Ramiikins. 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, Etc.,
Etc. Remember, we are not afraid to speak our prices
Sout-there-s nobody gzoingr to '.eat us.
SManning Grocery Co.
"Big Store on The Busy Block."
A FULL CAR LOAD OF
F. C. THOMAS, MANNING. S. C.
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