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PRICESELLS The Younj
to make all the folks understand an advertisement if
It is written in language that the phrase--"you were
ybry kind to me" goes like this
"0 SEUM FUN MI PO"
that's some of the stuff from Africa but we want you
to be interested in our
'HOSE, HOSE, HOSE,
Ladies' Ribbed* Top, good weight, famous "Foot
Rest" Stockings, the pair ------------------30c
Ladies' "Foot Rest" Stocking in White, at very
special price of the pair --------------------....30c
Ladies' Stocking, in good Lisle Thread, "National"
brand made at Spartanburg, S. C., for the pair $1.00
Ladies' fair weight seamless, Black Stocking- all
sizes, very special at per pair --------------20c
Children and Misses extra heavy Ribbed Black
Stockings to go for the pair ......35c, 3 pair for $1.00
Extraordinarily beautiful patterns in
Vesting Ribbon, the yard ----------- $1.75
Come to us for that "Sport Hat"
$3.50 to $6.00
J. H. RIGBI
A BIG S1
The O'Donnell I
Is a Worthy, Unequalle<
daily like a sturdy boy c
of Clarendon County we
_ the values that are being
The immense Sale ol
dise right in the heart o
isanotable event-it is a
procure the many choic
ing out. Everything go
Ladies' Ready-to -1
Our loss of $35,000
be more than compens
friends made for this St
Friends of Clarendon,
about "Hard Times ar
.and mingle with the go<
daily throng ouw store.
Blues have been "taboo
You cannot afford to
ing opportunity. Come
PRICE SELLS I
MOST PROBABLE! N
You have heard great chatter of lower prices b.N
we hope you will not be lead to believe that the whole
bottom has dropped out of everything for this old
world will reel and rock for a day or two yet so
CHEER UP N
and keep up with the "times"-Adv. Dept.
Bed Spreads, good quality, Merseille patterns
at each --------------------------------$4.95
Bed Spreads, heavy quality, import patterns $7.95
% ----- - N
Bed Spreads In Pink with bolster covers to match
now going at ---------------------- ------..$14.95
Crib Spreads for baby in Blue and Pink -....-$4.50
Crib Spreads in Pink for the baby ---------$3.50
Woolknap Blankets, full size heavy weight $9.75 U
All Wool Blankets, in Blue and White ---- $12.30 *
Extra heavy Combed Wool Blankets in Red and
Black check ----------------------------..$18.50
Wool Comforts, light as a feather --------$16.50
Down Comforts, beautiful oriental patterns $18.50
45 inch Pillow Tubing, Pepperel brand, at MW
only the yard ---------------------_._ 45c
The Young Reliable I
)ry Goods Co.'s
I Success. It is growing
f ten years. Our friendsE
re quick to recognize !
offered here. !
f the fall selling season
vorth coming miles to !
e bargains we are pass
es in this Sale. i
Vear, Dry Goods, |
n this Sale, we feel,, will
ated by the number of
if you want to forgetI
Ld Tight Money," come3
>d natured crowds that
High prices and the
ed" in this sale.I
ignore this money sav
and share in the bene
cy Goods Co.
But a Few I
And we want to call3
the fact that we hai
lines ot Gift Goods i
State. Everything of
Make your selectio
it back and make the
GASOLINE TO DROP
ONE CENT GALLON
In announcing a reduction in tanl
wagon prices of one cent a gallon foi
gasoline, effective Monday, Novembei
15th, the Standard Oil Company (N
J.) made the following statement.
While there has been no materia
relief from any of the condition whic
brought about the rise in the price of
petroleum products, the Standard Oi
Company (N. J.) believes that the
process of readjustnent now unde1
way in the business world must even
tually contribute to lower costs o:
producing and refining oil. To date
LOST-Soot black mule with straigh
ears, and bunch tail. Reward fo:
her return to Tine Mack, on San
BRICK-Just arrived a car of briel
at $28.50 per thousand. Dicksoi
Grocery & Feed Co.
ROOMS FOR RENT-Suitable fo
offices or for living rooms. ApplI
to The Manning Hardware Co.--46t
FOR SALE-Several extra nice
Rhode Island Red cockerels fron
2.50 to $4.00. Will sell my yar<
rooster for $6.00 to prevent en
breeding. J. Elbert Davis, Davis
MONEY TO LOAN-I am in a posi
tion to place some small loans or
good farm lands. H. C. Curtis
Manning, S. C. 2
FOR SALE-Two high bred register
edl gnernsey bull calves from heava
producing dams, ages 4 and I
months at $100 each. Davis Dair'
Manning, S. C. it-c
GASOLINE SYSTEM--Oil Tanks an<
Pumps, Air Compressors, Comput
ing Scales, Show Cases, Accoun
Registers, Floor Scales, Rebuil
Cash Registers, Safes, Store Fix
tures. The Hamilton Sales Co.
Columbia, S. C. No.5-ti
TAKEN UP-One black mare mule
one mouse colored mule. Owne
can get same by paying damages
two one-half miles from Maiing
in fork of Black River, J. M
Buy best-grade bulk
have just received from c
assortment of high grad4
You will find your fr
derful assortment of fift
It will make you "C
display in our store all ti
tour attention early to
e one of the largest
m this section of the
the best in
ns early. We will lay
delivery when you wish
- South Carolina
there has been no lowering of labor
costs nor crude oil prices, nor reces
sion in the demand for gasoline. Re
ductions which have already taken
place in many of the principal items
entering into the cost of living have'
for the most part not reached the ul
timate consumer, but it is inevitable
that before long lower prices will be
brought about by new quotations now
prevailing in primary markets. The
Standard Oil Company (N. J.) be
lieves that this movement towards a
restoration of what are popularly
considered normal prices should be
aided by theoll industry.
BREWERS FACING LOSS
Milwaukee, Nov. 15.-Large brew
ing interests which have been manu
facturing syrups from which home
brew could be made declared that if
the recent ruling of John F. Kramer,
national prohibition commissioner,
making the sale of these extracts
illegal is enforced they face a serious
After the 18th -amendment went
into effect the majority of the brew
eries decided that the ,manufacture
of near beer would be less profitable
than making malt syrups, a combina
tion of malt and corn in the propor
tion of 40 and 60, which could be used
for making home brew.
Approximately 800,000 pounds are
said to be used every day in Mil
waukee for the manufacture of home
brew mixtures. Breweries have in
stalled special machinery for the
manufacture of malt syrup because
of the increasirig demand.
I will apply to the Probate Court
of Clarendon County, South Carolina
on Saturday, November 27, 1920 at
eleven o'clock in the forenoon for
Letters of Dismissary as Administra
tor with the Will Annexed of the
estate of Wesley E. llichbourg (Ie
J. F. Richbourg,
October 27, 1920. pd
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Married November 13th, 1920 by
J. ~1. ''.indham, Judge of Probate, Mr.
' rmjanmin Franklin Baggett and Miss
Macie E. Ridgeway, both of Bloom
ville, S. C.
candies for home use. We
ur own factories a special
vorite pieces in this won
een different kinds.
andy hungry" to see the
g, S. C.
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The season of Thanks
giving will be here next
week, let us gather around
Lhe festive boards as of
yore and celebrate in the
good old fashioned way.
Three hundred years ago
the first Thanksgiving
was celebrated. We have
lots to be thankful for in
spite of the low price of
cotton. Your every want
in the preparation of the
Thanksgiving dinner can
be supplied by us.
35c a lb.
Will have them Wednes
30c a Qt.
Ward's Paradise Fruit
Bromm's Old Virginia
$1.00 a lb.
24 lb sack Self-Rising
White Rose Cranberry
40c a can
Royal Scarlet Mince Meat
45c a can
Celery, Grapes, Grape
Fruit, Tangerines, Bana
nas, Cocoanuts, Malaga
Table Raisings, Dates,
Oranges, Apples, etc.
Best California Black Eye
15c a Qt.
Best Sweet Mixed Pickles
29c a lb.
Best Creamery Butter
65c a IIb.
29c a lb.
Best D~rainedl Citron
69c a lb.
75c a lb.
Orange andl Lemon Peel
39c a lb.
$1.00) a 11).
No. 1 Fancy Walnuts
.39c a lb.
15c a lb.
8c a cake
Your' dollars will have
more cents if you trade
CASH AND CARRY
G R 0 C E Rt.
We Don't Cut Prices
We Make Them.