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a ANNING, S. C.:
VTDNESDAY. OCT, 1-1, 18i.
The ( Lariest or Gtafzu ill
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dowsZ ta!i. i . r .04,15 rS;ttA
.\!atininz i, becominig n I.rent
lhor-se ins2ilket. rl. the adiverti
colunI ftisp r
Remember, one of the managers
of the general eleetioin must coune
for the boxes Saturday, October 31st.
Died last Sunday, near Santee,
Miss Lizzie Mitchum, daughter of
Mr. J. H. Mitchum. aged about
Boys, do not forget that the
Guards are to be inspected here to
morrow week. Cl,ean up your guns
The managers of both the State
and Federal election should meet
and determine which of their num
ber should come for the ballot boxes.
Columbia proposes to have the
biggest State fair since the war. The
railroads have consented to give
low rates and large crowds are ex
pected to take the fair in.
Pearl onion sets for sale by R. B. Loryea.
Married yesterday afternoon, by
Rev. J. 0. Gough, at the residence
of the bride's parents, Captain D. J.
Bradham and Miss Sallie Holliday'
daughter of Mr. P. T. Holladay.
Winter Rye seid for sale by ru. B. Lor
yea, the drnggist,
The Manning Guards had their
quarterly prize drill last Saturday
afternoon and after an exciting con
test Mr. John June carried off the
medal. J. D. Alsbrook, Esq., in a
neat speech, delivered the medal.
Just received, pearl onion sets, now is
the time to plant them. R. B. Loryea, the
Maj. R. R Briggs, of Summerton,
and James Witherspoon, of Manning,
have been drawn as jurymen for the
November term of the United States
court. Mr. J. S. Plowden, of Man
ning and Mr. J. I. Welch, of Fulton,
are on the petit jury of said court.
Golden machine oil is the best for gins
and mills,for sale by . B Loryea,the drng
The grand jury of Sumter reported
Captain D. R Keels, ex-county treas
urer, as being over seven thousand
dollars short. The expei-t employed
by them was Mr. A. W. Suder, and
the jury recommiended that he be
paid three hundred dollars for his
-Garrows' pute, home made candies for
sale by R.B.iLoryea. Try them they are1
cheap and delicio.s.
-A communication in the Columbia
Register signed "Clarendon" nomi
nated Hon. E. R. Lesesne, of Greeley
ville, for Sergeant-at-Arms of the
State Senate. Mr. Lesesne has a
great many friends and relatives in
.this county and they would be pleased
to see him get the position.
*-Red Rooster" smoking and chewing to
bacco,5c a twist, at Brockinton's.
State Liquor Commissioner F. M.
Mixson, has resigned his position
and Col. J. T. Gaston has been
placed temporaily in charge of the
dispensary. There will be no further
dev41opments in the dispensary mat
ters until the general assembly meets
when it is 'expected that a very
searching investigastion will be made.
Preserve your eyed; buy a pair of spec
tacles or eveitlasses from R. B. ILoryea, the
druggist. *No charge for fitting the eyes.
The work on Harvin's -knitting mill
has been star ted; the foundation for
the mill building has been dug and
the tenant houses for the hands are
being completed. This institution
when completed wvill be quite an ad
dition to th~e industrial interests of
the town and we hope our people
will lend Mr. Harvin the encourage
mnent be deserves.
Syrup of Rock andy, Horebon and
Tolu is the best ior conghs and colds, 35c
a bettie. Rt. B. Loryta, the druggist.
The general election comes off
November 3rd and the managers ap
pointed to conduct the same should
acquaint themselves with the new
election law. There will be a voting
precinct ins each towvnship and no e
ttijside. of the towvnship in
which lie res. TUhere will also be
a box in whlie , the voters of the
cou nty can vote ges or no on the
question of a new 'ail.
Hlow about th--t pair of pectacdes yo are
neding so bad ? Nov is your time to get
thems at Brocksnton's
Yesterday, while on his way home,
Mr. W. T. Francis met with a serious
andl painful accident. His horse took
fright and dashed off into the wonda,
throwing Mr. Francis out on his face.
The fall was so severe that lbe was5
stunned. He was brought back to
Manning to the doctor. His face
wa badly injured and his front teeth
were knocked out. It will be some
time before Mr. Francis will get over
his fearful shaking up.
Thomas & Bradham are going to put
every farms r in tbe county in a positic. to
bny'a. wagon and a be ggy. They have jst
received a car load of both.
E. F. Acree & Brother, of Danville,L
have their advertisement in this
issue. They are perhaps armong the
largest handlers of tobacco in the
Union, -nd they are anxious to extend
tbeir business relations to and with
the tobacco growers of Clarendon
and vicinity. A representative is
located here; Mr. Russel Aerea can
be seen any day at the Clacendon
Tbacco Warehouse where he buys
lrgely, and whenever he inds a
planter dlesiringz to ship, lie is always
ready to give him all the iuforma-1
tion at his command. Mr. Acree is
tobacco man strictly and is chiock~
full of business, Hie is polite and
willing to give an attentive ear to
a. o ou amers on the subijet oft
Read Thomas & Bradian's adver
tisemuent. They will have another big
horse sale next Monday.
A fle lot of horses arrived at
i ;t s & Uradham's stables this
ruing1ID'. They are goodl one.
Died at his hortm, near Midway,
(n (onday, 5th .f 0:. ober, Mr. NeI
s -*: B. Co:sar, a:e'i sixt -two yearI .
Mr. W. T. P. Sprott, of Forest,,m,
wll ..ive a pay desiring to :1 a
<-w, tie chuie (f four eoocd mitdl:
cows with voni cal!vs for $25.00.
ITh Methofdist will wor4io it th'.
-:r1 t, e yneXt '-n.i1v hVrd
0-wnr t'i. 1h.Tor-w 1'nn
, :at eleve 'e l e. All ar' c rlialix
'inviuto hee eris
Tl'he Governior Im 4ppoiitedl the
ollowing election commiss'iners for
State, Louis Appelt, Alonzo Stuith.
A. J. Richbourg. Federal, B. A.
Joinson, Jos. R. Griffin an S. W.
The N oung folks c" Lianning have
organized a social arrange !Zi ent by
which they can spend the evenings
pleasantly together. Last Thursday
evening they met at the residence of
Mr. J. T. Stukes and the "New
Women" put the young men to work
making coffee, sewing, and other
household work. We are told that
the young fellows performed their
tasks as meekly as they knew how.
.The Datrlington. Wis., Joirnal siya e.i
torialv of a lioptil.tr pttent nedicine. We
kJow fromt exneiience t hat cihamb rbris
Colic, Cho-.ra a nl tra t emily ill
that is claimed for it. a, on two ocasioT,
it stopped exemrinc::ti-g- pain., und possibly
saved us from an untimlv grave We
wonld not rest easy over night wi'thout it
in the bouse." This ::enedy un otedly
saves tnore pain and suff.-ring tian any
other medioine in the world Every fanilv
sbould keep in the honse, for it is sure to
.ve needed sooner or later. For sale byv 1.
D. Loryea. the dIrnggi.t.
BUCK.LENS ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cnfs,
brnises, so:es, uleers. salt rhenniffever
sores, tetler, chapped hiands, chilblains,
corns and atl skit eru ptions, and )ositivelv
cures piles or no pay reqnired. It is gar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or imoney
r'-'nded. Price 25c. per box. For sale by
R. B. Lorvea.
TWO LIVES SAVED.
Mrs. Phoebe Thonmas, of Junction City,
Ill., was told by her doctors she had con
snmpt;on and that there was no hope for
her, but two bottles Dr. King's New Dis
covery rompletely cured her and says it
saved her life. Mr. Thos. Eggers, 139
Florida St., Sanfrancisco, suffered from a
dreadful cold. approaching consumption,
tried without result everythi:. else then
bought one bottle of Dr. Kings New Dis
coverv and ir, two weeks was enred. Tle is
naturally thankfal. It is such re.its, of
which these are sampes, that prove the
wonderful efficacy of this medicine it
coughs and colds. Free trial bottles at R1.
B. Loryea's drugstore. . Regular size 50c.
Old people who require medicine to reg
ulate the bowels anti kidneys will find the
true remnedy in Electric Bitters. Th'is med
icine does not stimulate arnd contains no
whiskey nor other intoxicant, but vcts as
a tonic and alterative. It acts mildly on
the stomach and bowels, adding strength
and giving tone to the organs, thereby aid
ing natnre in the performnance of the fune
tions. Electric Bitters is an excellent ap
petizer and aids digestion. Ohl people
find it just exactly whatt they need, Fifty
cents per bottle at R. B. Loryca's drugstore
"LEM\IE SEE TOU A MINUTE."
Will you read this ? It is an ad
. vertisemtent, bit I promise y.on it
is not a long and dry one, nor fil
of bluster. You will not be rich
when you t-t through reading it,
but it will infarmn -on that I have
a nice line of bran new and welt
selected Dry Goods, and AM NOT
GOING TO BE UNDERSOLD,
also that I am, keepintg a line o
the best Shoes for thte monev ta
1 can secnre, and I do no~t mean it
for coniceit. but believe I can tell (
good shoe when I see one. Also
tha~t I amn selling
Best No. 1 Hatius, guaranteed,
Very best T. a at.........50c lb.
A good Tea, in 5c p'kg's, at 35c lb.
Very best Butter, at...25c lb. I
Lump S'arch, at........ ...c lb.
Fresh Bologna, at.... .... 1c lb.
Itustic Con densed Milk, at 10c can.
MaLccaironi,.........l10c lb pi''.
Tab'le Salt, at.... .........5c .:ek.
Genuine Snow Flake Crack
ers, at.................211e lb.
2-lb can Tomatcos. I10c; 3 for 25c.
A 10a size box Mason's IEach:
iug for .................. 5c.
cc. Cisar., F:cmey Catndies, Chee'.e,
Crachers, Amneri can a ril French ]
Sar-lies. Parna Coluita iir
Shels. i'ht't. Pow,1er. C'os, Primt
ers, Po ket K I:iveis. Tinware nc. 'tc.
I shalt appreciate a call fratt
' on. Yours lruly.
J. HI. LiESESNE
r0 THLE TEACHERS OF THEi
Having gotten no definite sug
;estion from any one in responset>
nly notice about the organization of
t Countyv Teachers Association andi
ot wishing !o let it. fall throngh
.withIout an effort, I have decidied t
nake a call for a mneeting of all thet
;eachers interested ini the advance
neut of the cause of education itr
his county at the court house on
he first Saturday in November atC
2 o'clock. I have been informed
hat there are at least thirtytive orir
orty teachers in this county and
ertainly each one wishes to be help
~d by the contact and new ideas of~
hose whose experience entitles them
o a hearing. WVhen I speak of teach
~rs, it is not my de'sire to be exclu
ive at all, of course, all who wish -
nay come and any who will may
After we are organized doubtless
he Editor of The Times will give us
tcolumn in his paper to bte cont
lucted as wve may see fit. This can
lot be accomplished without the
o-oporation of the teachers as a
ody and I would ask all w'ho see
his, please to let us know of their
piproval or disapproval by writing
short note to the Times and also
o advertise it as fully as possible in
Jord, S. C. Oct 10 '>6.
FollowV: I : - I o o P( e t J irors
drawi . n. , ! .: ler!mI (o(f Co rt
to be h(-:a : : : (.: n e litth,
'1' iv of~~.SIa0rv
d ay ALf Lc ij)(-, isA( t. J(n,:
J. 0. B:ker. Selo.
T. r. , o, Saily Urove.
J.a.Phvr ;r n.
i'. F(Tson, NeIston.
W. H. Thigpen, Santdy Grove.
SJ I .rown. Packsville'.
J. 0. Coker, Seloc.
J F. G4'reen, Seloc.
Western, -N. C"oker, San-ly GJrovo.
R'. H. Green, Newv Z1.io
11. J. MecouI, Pksvi:le.
C. I '3rti, Jordan.
H. G. Deinnis, N(w Zm
AV . . ;I1o ll, treston.
T.- 1;avi Joruhm.
R. M1. riflli, Pack svlle.
J. J. M1itchlum, Jordan).
A. M. Brailsford. Frlton.
Jo.. E. Tobias, Foreston.
W.V. . Brd -.Mannjin; .
P. H. ltlO:ht. Pilewood.
W1. 1 . Huu! ann
D. H. Gomdv. Sel!o-.
WV. -N. Rob-e-oon, sandy Gr-ove.
D). F. Lydle, Pinlewood.
C. A. Ileevnolds, P'acksville.
J. Q. M it i.. S t. Pau11.
Selwyn Di 1gle, Summerton.
J. J. (eddiigs, Packsville.
C. T. Rid;eway, Foreston.
L. K. Bowle, Manning.
It yir * : n , a .jtCt to ecou1p
watci f.,r tLe first s\ mpto:ni o tie <hs.-ase
bjoarsenes<-. I,* Chat-ube.ii'u's;Cong11h R'etu
edy is given as saan as the child becomes
hIar.e it w:ll revent the att ek. Even
after the ro yex.5 bas appeware.1 the
attack e'n a1way bt e5 tpreveted by giving
this renedy. It is als irva:nable for col I
an4d w0opin.: 1>. For Sale by R. B.
L >na a thedrgst
Mr. W. W. Brailsford, who has
been living at Suimmerville, for a
number of years, has moved back to
Clarendon and is now living near
Died last Saturday night near
Packsville. Mrs. Alice Brown, wife of
Mr. Parker Brown, aged about nine
teen years.This couple were married
about ten months ago.
There was more drunkenness seen
on our streets last Saturd-.y than
any previous day in a year. As a
rule, very little signs of liquor drink
ing are seen here, but the devil broke
loose last Sr rday.
Mr. Murreti Mouzon left last Mon
day for Spartanburg to enter Wof
fo d College. Mnrrett is an ambi
tious young man, and with his high
character we look for him to make
IF TROUBLED WITH RHEUMATISM
Annapolis, M., April 16. 1894-I, have
used Chambcrlain's Pain Balm for rhlen
matism anl found it to be all'that is claim.
ed for it. I believe it to be the best prepa
ration for rbenmatsism and deep seated
mnseular pains on the marl:ct aud cheer
iflly recommend it to the pubtliu. JoH G.
BUoors, dealer in boots, shoes, etc, No. IS
ALSO READ THIS.
Mechanicsville, St. Mary Countv, Md.-I
sold a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm
to a wan who hal been suffering with rhen
matismt for several vear.. It made him a
well man. A. J. McGILL. F-r sale at !0
cents per bottle by RI. B. Lory'ea, the drug.
AND EYE CLASSES!
R. B. LORYEA,
Has the exclusive sale of
KELLAM & MOORE'S -:
-: CRYSTAL LENSES
Spectacles and Eye 6lasses.
W\e have a comnplete stock of thesej
ine goods, anld take special care in
itting the eye and guarantee sati s
'act ion. Rememnber', we nake no
-barige for testing yourL eyes and fit
Our pr'ices are mode~lrate, butt dlon't
orget, if you wa'nt prescriptions ac
turaitely compounded from pure and
tesh medicines, always go to
R~. B. LORYEA,
ign of' Goldtn Mortsr.
MSA TURDAY, 17
1 At. M. at
Ve will sell to tile highest bidder
2. i- EAJF WELL
EIOR SESud MARES.!
Thlese HIorses wvill weigh from 800l
o 1.:80t pounds. No Texas Mustangs
r Montana BrLonehos in the lot, but
ood, genltle, pulrpose horses, that
aninot fail to please putrchlasers. Just
xactly what you want. This Stock e
an be~ seen at the ablove' -stables on
'hlursday anld Friday before the sale.
COME OINE: COME ALL!
Clark & Bailey.i
W HE N YOU COME
TO TOWN CALL AT
SHAVING SALOON A
Which is fitted up with an
eye to theC comfor't: of his I
customers...... .. ..
HAI R-CUTTI NG
IN ALL STYLES,
SH AVING AND
Done with neatness and
dispatchb.. .. .. ..
A cordial invitation
Is absolutely essential to health. It is Impos
sible to get it from so-called "nerve tonics "
and opiate compounds. They have tempo
rary, sleeping effects, but do not CURE. To
have pure blood and good health, take
Hood's Sarsaparilla, which has first, last,
and all the time, been advertised as Just
what it is -the best medicine for the blooC
ever produced. In fact,
Is the One True Blood Purifier. All druggists. $L
l assist Digestion and cur
Hood's Pills Constipaton. 2cents.
I LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT
When You SeeOor Maenificeut New
Stock of Dress Good!, Shoe, Hats,
Caps, Groceries, &c.
A nici linc French Naied Flannels,
24 inches wide, for only 25c per yd.
These goods are all-woo!, heavy and
very pretty patterns, just the thing
for children's dresses, cloaks aInd la
dies waiits. A large lut of Canton
Flannels, hleached aud unbleached,
at 8, 10, 12 1-2, and 150 per yard.
Best Indigo Blue Calicos at 4 1-2 and
5c. Dress GingIhams, in beautiful
pal terns, at same old price, 5c per
yard, in any quantity, but when you
call for a b*, still cheaper. A mag
niticent line of Gents' McIntosh Coats
with good, long capes, warranted
waterproof, odorless, anl durable, at
$3.00, $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00. Men's
heavy Rubber Coats at $2.00, and so
on. Ladies' Gossaniers, silver grey,
with small, fine stripes, only $1.50.
worth $2.00. Men's, Ladies', Misses'
and Children's Rubber Shoes from
125c up. A. No. 1 fancy Soda Biscuits
in lb packages, 10c. Groceries of all
kinds, the v6ry best the market can
afford, cheaper than the cheapest.
Tin bed room Sets, in the following
colors, blue, grey, red and black, at
$1.75 per set. Plain, galvanized Tin
Sets, only 80c per set, worth $1.25.
Don't forget our large line of Men's,
Youths' and Boys' Clothing, which
we are selling fast and at great bar
gains. Our line of Shoes need no
comment; we have them to suit you
in all styles and at any price.
We propose to sell you the best at
the lowest price. Do you accept ?
We are showing great assortments
in new styles and novelties of un
questioned popularity--such goods
as are known the world around as
A No. 1. We mark them low to sell
quick. Yours truly,
S. A. RIGBY.
Manning, S. C.
SUMTER, S. C.
TE FURNTURE MAN.
Don't forget our
I'he Best Goods
at the Lowest Prices !
H.D. R IFF
i1 now p 'pal ed to disilhy thbe hand
Dry Goods. Notions, Clothing,
Hats, Shoes, Furnishing
ab, .-. -t.been (liared in M 'annnug a
Our s:-a ha b,. a ca: if :1 y s'lected by
fn ,xperb- naet ha:.r *r-e th:l le leading'
',ortherl n r-':in annor.t be excelled
Style. Quality andc Price.
Oir pir:ees speak for themselves!
Our Clothing Department
Sreplete n' ith the latest anaI most fashion-I
ble designs and we can please every taste.
We have tile largest stock of
Shoes! Shoes! Shoes!
ver shown and in an y qulIity and price.
We haven acomphlete line of
Gents' Furnishing Goods 1
nd the latest rnoveltie's in Nech.ear and
superb lhue of H~osir in1 all styles and~
Our Millinery Department
n nder the dirct'ion ot Mrs. H. D. Riff,
n experienced andu skillful milliner whose
itistic taste is but to be seen to he lup
reciated. Ladies; placing their orders for
ats canl feel fully assured of obtaining the
uest and zo ist fashionable headgear.
A call is solicited an~d satisfaction gu~ar
The Bee Hive Store.
Ripans Tabules cure constipation.
Ripans Tabules cure bad breath.
Ripans Tabules: one gives relief.
W. E. JENKINSON.
By Labor and Integrity We
THE LARGEST LINE OF CROCKERY WARE, CLASS WARE
AND TIN WARE EVER SHOWN IN THIS TOWN.
Nice decorated dinner sets. Plain iron stone cups and saucers at
35c per set. Large iron stone dinner plates 45c per set. Ewer and basin,
plain vine decorations, only 75e. 10-piece toilet sets, $2.75 per set, hand
somely decorated. Plain hotel goblets, only 25c per set. Beautifully en
graved tumblers, something very handsome, only 30c per set. A nice glass
lamp, fitted up complete, for only 20c, never sold before for less than 35c.
Tiu pans, baking pans, dish pans, and all kinds of tinware, at unheard of
low prices. Come and see us when you want anything in this line. You
know we are the champions of low prices.
Dry Goods Department.
We have one of the best selected stock, "try Goods and Notions
ever shown in this place and it contains so. tins that can't be beat in
the State. Just think of it, for one retail h co sell six thousand yards
of dress ginghams in thirty days.* And huw imas this been done? By
selling them at the popular price of 5c per yard and guaranteeing every
yard to be fast colors. We also have another great bargain to offer our
friends in the way of a twill cassimere for raaking men's and boys' clothes,
only 20e per yard, never sold before for less than 30c per yard. Our Amer
ican school boy jeans at 20c per yard is something that the world can't beat
for the money.
Shoes ! Shoes!
- We are not here for fun, but we are here for business, and our stock of
shoes represents a line af goods that should command the attention of every
one who are neebing shoes for the winter. Call and see us and you will be
Clothing ! Clothing!
We carry a very nice line of gents', youths' and children's clothing.
Call and see us when you want anything in this line. We can furnish a
very good gents' suit for $2.50. A better suit for $3.50. An all-wool suit
for only $4.50. Something very nice for $6.50. Also a nice line of gents'
and children's hats and caps.
Ladies, we wish to impress it upon your minds that we carry a large
stock of stylish and fashionable millinery. This department is under the
supervision of Miss Laura Beckum, a young lady of experience and taste
in this line, and one only has to come in and look at her work to be con
vinced that she is no novice in the business. Come in ladies and give us a
chance at your fall and winter hats. We can please you.
W. E. JENKIN
4 e4 Danville, Va.
airoE are the IHeadquarters of the Tobacco Trade of Virginia
VID~fland North Carolina ?
VAID Nwith her yearly sales reachit~g over 42,000,
UI'1IVILL~ W ai 000 lbs. Other markets are babies beside her.
Which is the Leading and Favorite House of the Danville Trade?
CA ERE ! E. F. ACREEL & BRO., Owners and Proprietors.
A WiLL 0 They lead Danville as Danville leads the world.
Why is it ?
Because after long trial and test they have proven their Honesty, Capacity,
security, Promptness and Accommodating Disposition.
Then Patronize Thenm, and Thus Serve Your Own Best Interests.
A5.0SHOE FOR $3.00.
absolutely n-esazy to make aMf h
e cost of mau 'trn allows a smaller profit to dealers
than any shoe sold at$3.00.
W. L. Douglas $35, $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes are the
productions ofskilled woren, from the best
material possible to put into shoes sold at these
The "Bemmnt" and "Pointed
Toe" (shown in cuts)wl~lbe
the leaders this sean, but any
We make / other syedesired may be
also $2.50 ad.. btie from our agents.
$2 shoes for -
$2.00 ad $75 C e'oion rFene Patet eaf 1renc
for boys.- zupo d1c wit tc raded to corro
'J'he line(Or ale y X Ir ealer cannot supply you, write
The flilieforslebyW. L. DOUGIAS, B'rockton, Mass.
oATA~oGU J PREE.
FOR SALE BY E. C. HORTON, Manning, S. C.
Notice to Creditors. Notice!
Persons having claims a.gainst the estate Tetm o aigtxrtrst
f James E. Davis, deceased, will presenfthetw oni a enetne
em duly attested and those owing saidutlOtbr1t, 86 fe hc
state will nmake pa:yncent tothconiwllad0pecnte
WV. C. DA.s, nal ~pryfo hc e
Mauning, S. C., Sept. 30, 1896.LOIAPET
Thetim le rk aknd txreturer.t
I wiA theltatntheuncil rasidenceeofen.ed
3oyd, decentilOnearbFrl15th,.1C.96atapub- TA X ES
ic auctionotocthewiighest biddercfor canh
in ondy 2 dy Noembr 1 lt y At alletn pofpetown conichre
'alowig god beongngto hestte rns hel etbeen made.6,itws e
J. R. oyd, dceased cidedtollev ao n ty Tr e tsr
Exctr' zaeco. adacmuaintxo w olr
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WE ARE READYI.
0 F l Is Now Complete in
r F l S k Every Department
And bnyers will do thenselves : ijustice, ,f t;ey fail to see us before making
their winter purcha.ts. It ik ipossible to do jistice in the limited space al
lowed us, to the different 'iepartmenti of onr storo, and we feel that w. are
well enough known in the territory tributry to Sumter. not to require us to
enter into a detailed description of it. Or.r annnaiv increasing business has
warranted us in buying gbsns a
The Largest StockvWe Have Ever Bought
And should we be so lortunate as to
friends this season as we have in ti.
Our buyer paid particul:"
attention to the purchasc of ['V QI y
Having bought in all nearly 0,000 Pa-i's
In which there are some excellent values.
We would call particular attention to one case, 750 pairs, of Misses' Narrow
Ribbed, full regular made, at 10c per pair.
These are regular 15c to 20c goods.
One ease, 000 pairs, of Boys' extra long and very heavy woven seam, at 15c per
pair. These goods retail everywhere at 25c.
One case, 1200 pairs, Ladies' fast black, full regular made, at 10c per pair.
These goods must be seen to be appreciated.
OUR DRY GOODS STOCK
Is Complete in Every Department.
Our line of Dress Goods at 25c per yard in all-wool fabrics, are worthy of
special mention. Will be pleased to send samples on application.
Those who were fortunate enough to secare a pair of our celebrated all-wool
Tarheel's last year will bear testimony as to their worth, but they are better
made this season, and our large contract for them warrants us in selling them
at $3.90 per pair.
If these are too dear we will sell you a pair from 45c up.
Well we have a few of them, about 1,000 we should say, and the lady who buys
without seeing our stock will have cause to regret it, for she will pay more mon
ey. We can sell a good Beaver Cloth in black or navy, neatly trimmed in fur
and braid for One Dollar-goods that sold last season from $2.00 to $2.50.
Our stock in this line is better than ever. We carry no shoddy shoes. Every
pair is warranted solid or money refunded.
Judging from the way our tables are piled we must expect to do some business
in this line.......If your boy wants a suit we have then, from 65c up.......If
your husband wants a suit we have them from $2.00 up.......Our all-wool
black Cheviot at $4 50 cannot be duplicated for less than $0.50.
This is the line we have made our reputation on, and we are bound to sustain -
it. Our competitors may advertise sample hats and Job Lots, but shrewd buy
ers who want the best goods for the least money seek us.
We will say nothing about our GROCERY STOCK-they are so cheap they are
not worth advertising space. Every man, woman and child in Clarendon
County will need something for the winter, and we extend to all an invitation
to come and see us. Our salesmen will take pleasure in showing you through
our stock, and if they cannot sell you, they will make it very interesting -for
those who do.
O'DONNELL &~ CO.
To DRY GOODS 0I
ToOur Friends in Clarendlon County who
Intend Visiting Sumter this Season,
We Desire to Say that We are Better
Prepared than Ever to Give You all that
a Dollar can Possibly Buy:
Whether for the Purpose of Buying or not, Come
in, Get Posted 0on the Prices and styles, Then
suit Your Own Pleasure as to Whether You Will
Buy or Not.
Here are Some Irrssistibles:
Ladies' Capes from 75e to $20.00.
Ladies' Jackets from $1.00 to $15.00.
Novelty Suit Patterns in beautiful effects from $:3.75 to $1.00.
Rugs from 45c to $4.00.
Mattings from 10c to 30c.
Your choice from a job of Kid Gloves,
5 hooks, in six shades, all sizes, some wvorth $1.00 and $1.25, at 75e.
Waist Silks, in all of the beautiful Two-tone and' Omibre
effects, from 25e up to $1.25 per yard.
Dress goods in every imaginable shade and
quality, from 9c up. We refer wool, remember.
A stainless, seamles Hose for laidies and children at 10c.
The best 50c Corset in the market (R. & G-.) incSeIlad4c
36-inch Sea Island, 5c. 36 inch Sea Island,. 6c.
36 inch nameless Bleach, 5c. ':36 inch Fruit of the Loom, 7c.
10-4 Brown Sheeting, 12 1-2c. 10-4 Bleached Sheeting, 16 2-Sc.
All-Wool Twill Red Flannel, 12 1-2c.
Ezira good quality White Flannel, 12 1-2c.
Linen Doilies from 25c per doz. up.
Table Damasks, full widths, from 20e per yard, up.
Mattings from 10c per yard up to the best.
Ruigs, all kinds and qualities, from 45c up, for fireplace.
Carpets from 15c, 36 inches wide, up to the elegant things
in Wiltons, Moquets, Velvets and Axmninsters.
We do Business by Business Methods and Our
"FAIR AND SQUARE" DEALING TO ALL.
Very truly yours,
The Sumter Dry Goods Co..
Corner Main and Liberty Sts.,
STUTMTEiR. - - -- - S. C.