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WEDNESDAY. NOV. 1, 1899.
Jenkinseth's Price List.
Good whole grain Rice, 50c per pk; good
Rice, by the sack of 100 lbs. only S2 75;
very good Coffee, Sc per lb; better Coffee,
10c per 1b; very good Choice Coffee, 12 1-2c
per lb; old Government Java and Moca
Coffee mixed, something very fine, at 25C
per lb; best Cream Cheese, 16jc per ib;
Maccaroni, IOc per lb, or 3 lbs for 25c; best
Patent Flour, 40 lbs for $1; best Patent
Flour, by the barrel. cnly $4 50; very choice
King Apples, only 35c per pk; very choice
and large red Onions, by the ph, only
35c; Evaporated Apples, 10c per lb; Evap
orated Peaches, 12 1-2c lb; pure Leaf Lard,
in 50-lb tins, only 7 1-2c per Ib; best Apple
Vinegar, only 25c per gallon; very nice
(.acumbe- Pickle, in bulk, only 10c per
doz; one dozen of these pickles is equal to
three 10c bottles of pickles; 500 bushels
Red Rust Proof Oats at 50c per bushel,
better prices for large quantities. We still
have on hand a large quantity of Long Cot
ton Ping Tobacco at $3 25 per box of 10
Yours truly,
Notice is hereby given
that no advertisements will
be hereafter changed in this
paper where the copy is
brought in later than Sat
urday noon.
Mrs. Hattie Ingram of Sumter is visiting
Mrs. M . E. Burgess.
To rent: The store next to post office.
Rev. S A Nettles of Pacolet is visiting
his sister Mrs. E C Alsbrook.
Go to Brockinton's for a delicious and re
freshing drink, when beated.
For the first time in seven years the
county jcul is clear of prisoners.
Miss Aline DuRant of Sumter spent a
few days last week with Miss Olivia Ingram.
Just received, Green and black tea, a
beautiful blend at the R. B. Loryea drug
store, Isaac M. Loryea, prop.
Died last Sunday, near Summerton,
Julian, the 13-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
Selwyn Dingle.
Why stay hot? when you can get cool
quick and easy at Brockinton's up-to-date
soda founL
Died at St. Paul last Wednesday Mrs.
Elizabeth Gardner, relict of the late W. H.
Gardner, aged 87 years.
Miss Blanche Wells is now with the R.
B. Loryea drug store and will be glad to
serve her friends.
Died near Davis, last Saturday morning
Mrs. Augusta Eadon, wife of air. I. Y.
Eadon, aged about 24 years.
equisites for the toilet a superb line at
the R. B. Loryea drug store, Isaac M. Lor
yea, Proprietor.
The city of Florence was greatly dam
aged by a hurricance on last Monday night.
Great damage was done to property.
Quite a crowd from Manning attended
service at Midway church last Sunday
where Dr. J. H. Thornwell preached.
Mr. John Pack of Greenville, the guest of
Mr. T. J. Tisdale delivered an address to
the Baptist Sunday school last Sunday.
Mr. J D Gerald, and family are among
the new residents of our town, s and are
ocpying the "Archie Barron cottage."
On December 1st we will send on the
list of names entitled to the Farm and
Home under our clubbing arrangement.
"Sweets to the Sweet." Fine French
Conections at 25c and 35c a box, at the I?.
B. Loryea, drug store, Isaac M. Loryea,
The Manning Grocery Co., are daily re
ceiving orders for the (jutterman Dyspep
sia Pad, and every body that put one on,
speaks of it in the highest terms.
Wortzburger's Malt Extract, a Food, a
Tonic and au Invigorator. for the weak,
sick and convalescent at the R. B. Lor
yea, drug store, Isaac Mi. Loryea, Prop.
Died Tuesday 17th inst, at the home of
Dr. I. N. Boyd, near Greeleyville, Mr.
John Ashby Colclough aged about50 years.
'he interment took place in Kingstree.
'Little boys, where are you and your
Billy Goats going to?" "We are b..und for
Legg & Hutchinson's stables, to get a set of
'Billy Goat' Harness and a little Saddle and
A negro captured in Texas answers the
description of the notorious Bill .Dixon.
Sheriff Bradham has written for a picture
of the fellow and a thorough description.
To purity and enrich the blood,strength
en the nerves and invigorate the system,
use Dr M A Simmons' liver medicine. Sold
by Dr W Mi Brockinton.
Probate Judge Windhum will hereafter
have Mondays and Saturdays of each week
as his office days. Persons having busi
ness in the office of the Probate Judge will
remember the days.
The reliable cure for leucorrhona, ovarian
disorders and f..ling of womb, is Sim
mons' Squaw Vine Wine or Tablets. Sold
by Dr W Mi Brockinton.
Married by Rev, 8. D. Bailey, at the res
idence of the brides parents near Brogdon
on last Wednesday, Mr. P. L. Jones and
Miss Mladge Stakes, eldest daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. Carson Stukes.
The flashing eye. buoyant footstep and
rosy complexion result from the use of Dr
M A Simmons' liver medisine. Sold by Dr
W Mi Brockinton.
Gala week in Charleston begins Novem
ber 20th, a fine programme .has been made
up to attract the country cousins to the
city. We hope to see many of Clarendon's
"Jaspers" in tne city during gata week.
The girl's friend. Simmons' Squaw Vine
Wine or Tablets, cause natural appearance
and regular monthly return of mensee.
Sold by Dr W Mi Brockinton.
Moses Green, colored, from the Summer
ton section, while on his wvay to Manning
last Wednesday, accompanied by his son,
died suddenly sitting in his bugcy. The
deceased bad been in bad health tor some
To regulate the menses, stop flooding
and too frequent appearance of menses,
take Simmons' Squaw Vine Wine or Tab
lets. Sold by Dr W Mi Brockinton.
The stock of goods belonging to Mr
Thomas Nimmer was considerably torn u~
by trying to save it from the fire, but hi
damage was not sufficient to prevent hu~
being ready to sell goods at up-to-dat<
You may do without love
SWhat is love but repining?
But where is the man that
Can do without dining?
We carry a superb line of Chocolates,
Cocoa Eagle Condensed Milk, Essence of
Coffee, Duryeas Corn Starch. Gelatine,
Mustard 10 and 15 cent boxes. The R. B.
r o--ea- rug strIaac hi Loryea, Prop,
Married last Thursday at the Methodlist
church, Rev. P. B. Wills officiatina, Mr.
Charles Browder and Mrs. Laura lBruuson,
widow of the late E. B. Brunson. The
newly married pair are from the Davis sec
tion of the county.
A full assortment of Woods Tested and
Tried Turnip Seed Wood's Rye Seed.
Wood's Silver Skin, Yellow Danvers and
Pearl Onion Sets at the R. B. Loryea drug
store, Isaac M. Loryea, prop.
Dr. W. F. Eberhardt a Pharmacist of
Columbia has accepted a position with
Mr. I. M. Loryea, proprietor of the R. B.
Loryea drug store. Dr. Eberhardt comes
highly recommended and is now ready to
propound the most intricate prescriptions.
A magnificent line of Soaps, Pears, scent
ed and unscented, 4711 W%'hite Rose Glyce
rine, Parker's Tar, Glenn's Sulphur, Cosno
Butter Milk, Elder, Flower and many
other favorite brands at the 'R. B. Loryea
drug store, Isaac M. Lorvea, prop.
There will be preaching at Fellowship
church next Sunday morning by Rev. J. J.
Meyers at 11 o'clock a. m., subject, "Soul
Immortality," and 4 p. w., subject, "The
Evils of Intemperance." Sunday school at
3:30 p. m. The public most cordially in
vited to attend these services.
Finest line of Stationery in Town Box
Paper at 50c 40c 35c 55c 15c 10c and 5c.
Writing Pads for Pencil 200 pages for 5c
2 Pads of over one hundred pages each for
5c, Writing Pads for Pen 10c and 5c, Inks
in Black, Violet, Red at 5c a bottle, Ink
Wells at iOc, an endless supply of Lead
Pencils, Indellible Pencils, Pens at all
prices. Mucilage etc. etc. Mourning Paper
at 25c a Box, at the R. B. Loryea drug store,
Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
We are informed by the clerk of the
board of school trustees that it is necessary
to charge a contingent fee of 25 cents a
month for each child attending school: a
good part of the school money will have
to be expended for new desks to accommo
date the large attendance, and for coal and
other incidentals. Then next year it will
be necessr.ry to enlarge the buildir.g and
this will take more of the school funids. If
they can get on with the nominal charge of
25 cents per month we should all congratu
late ourselves.
"You may break, you may shatter the vase
if you will,
But the scent of the rose clings around it
That is if you use Eastman's, Garwood's
and Lazell's Extracts to be had at the R.
B. Loryea drug store, Isaac M. Loryea,
The town council arrested Mr. W. E.
Register a uook agent for violating an or
dinance requiring a license from peddlers
and book agents. Policeman Huggins
made the arrest and took Mr. Register be
fore Intendant Brown who required a for
feit of $10. until the council could be sum
moned. Register did not put up the $10,
o he was put in the gaurd house and kept
there a short while and released under
advise of Counsul. Register is in comma
nication with the attorney for the concern
he represents and may bring suit against
the town for false imprisonment.
LaGrippe, with its after effects, annually
destroys thousands of people. It may be
quickly cured by One Minute Cough Cure,
the only remedy that produces immediate
results in coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis,
pneumonia and throat and lung troubles.
It will prevent consumption. D 0 Rhame,
Summerton; Dr W M Brockinton, Man
Manning has again been visited by fire;
this time it laid waste the well filled store
of C. W. Kendall. On last Friday morn
ing between 2 and 3o'clock- policeman Hug
gins and Mr. R. M. Dean were startled by
what sounded to them like an explosion in
the New York Racket store, looking in that
direction they saw a light flash and then
every thing became dark. Mr. Huggins
immediately on seeing the light ran to the
council chamber and rang the firm alarm.
When people gathered at the place the store
was filled with a den se smoke, totally hid
ing any blaze, that is, none could be seen
from the outside. The fire was slow in
eating its way out on account of the very
sensible couirse pursued by Intendant
Brown who forbid the opening of the
doors. Had the doors been bursted open,
the smoke would have gotten out and the
fames would have spread so rapidly that
the buildings on either side would have
been destroyed sure; as it is, only one
building was destroyed, and those on either
only slightly damaged. Mr. Kendall al
ways carried an immense stock and not
one thing was saved; when he reached the
fire,no human being could have lived many
minutes in the smoked-filled store which
prevented the crowd from attempting to
save the goods, and thereby kept the fire
cooonned in the Kendall store.
It was Mr. Kendall's customn to keep a
light burning in his store so that the police
on the outside could see inside, which was
a protection to the property, and on Thurs
day night before closing the store the us
-al investigations were made, and every
thing was in order when he went out for
the night. Mr Kendall informs us that the
insurance on his stock is, $8.50J0, and that
that the stock on hand at the time of the
fire he estimates at from $12000 to $15000.
The building belonged to Mrs. M. E. Wal
ker and was insured for $1300.
The fire coming on Mr. Kendall at this
time makes his loss the more severe, on
account of loss of business. He did a vers
large cash trade and this and next month
were what he calls his harvest months.
The people throughout the country sym
pathize with Mr. Ken dall in his misfortune,
and we express a general sentiment when
we hcpe he will soon be selling goods
again. Kendall has done much for Man
ning. He did a business that drew people
from far and wide to this market, and while
he sold immense quantities of goods him
self, every merchant in the town realized
some benefit from Kendall's enterprise.
Kendall is an up-to-date business man
who believes in the princi pal of "live an d
let live" and the methods he employed put
life and snap into the business of Manning
which soon made Manning one of the best
purchasing markets in the State; not a lit
tle of this condition of things is due to
Kendall's efforts, and while Manning was
benefited, so were the people who bought
goods at close profits. W e hope that before
christmas Mr. Kendall will be making
things hum in a bran uew store. Man
ning cannot afford to lose such a live, and
wide-awake merchant.
That Throbbing Headache
Would quickly leave you if you used Dr.
King's New Life Pills. Thousands of suf
ferers have proved their matchless merit
for sick and nervous headaches. They
make pure blood and strong nerves and
build up your bealth. Easy to take. Try
them. Only 25 cents. Money back if not
cured. Sold by R. B. Loryea, druggist.
Military Inspections.
The Manning Guards, Connor Mounted
Rifles, and the Hampton Light Dragoons
were inspected by Col. J D Frost last Fri
day. In the morning the Manning Guards.
consisting of 45 men arched out on the
court house square and presented a credi
table appearance, and when it is consider
ed, the little encouragement Captain Lewis
is receiving to maintain his organization,
he deserves more than ordinary mention
for the appeara~nce of his men. At the
conclusion of the Inspecting, Colonel Frost
announced that under the law the cowmpany
lacked 15 men to pass muster, but they
could pass inspection, and that he left the
report open so that Captain Lewis might
be enabled to get up the deficiency. Upon
the invitation of Colonel Frost we accom
panied him to Silver where we arrived in
time to sit down to a magnificent barbecue
preparedi u- e ladies of the Summerton
Episcopal church. WVe need not mention
te spread w~as tine, for it is a well known
fact that a spread in that community means
an epicurean feast, specially when the gal
lant Colonel Brailsford lends his aid and
presence. "A cold bottle and a warm bird'
is not in it beside a Clarendon-Cavalry
barbecue. A baud of music discoursed
strains which would have put composers
of the old school to route, anti one piece.
the notes of which were arranged and writ
ten by Herr E P Briggs, the music was of
German attraction, and we believe had
their been an expert on the ground he
might hoa eated~r sonr-krout from the
melody. The troopers 60 in number were
well mounted and although they had very
little room for evoluti->ns their formations
was very good indced. Captains Wells an(I
lRilhlrdson have every reason to feel proud
of their respective commands.
For 23 years Colonel David W. Brailsford
did active service in the militia and his not
taking part in the parade on this occasion
was remarked with regret. The Colonel
after arranging every detail to insure the
perfect success of the drill and inspection,
gracefully turned the command over to
Capt. R C tichardson,saying that his com
pany commanders should receive a practi
cal knowledge of squadron manoeuvers on
these occasions, and for the first time in
his long and brilliant career :ie looked on
as an interesied spectator at the manoen
vers of his battalion . A pleasing feature
of the parade was Master Donald Brails
ferd of Iichmond Virginia, a handsome
little eight year old nephew of Colonei
Brailsford, who motinted on a pretty poney
rode at the head of the column and did
graceful staff duty for Colonel Frost. He
was the delight of the ladies and children,
and by a unanimous vote of the companies
I he became their "mascot " When Colonel
Frost finished his inspection he made a
sulendid talk to the men and it his advise
is carried out the Cavalry will conttaue
being the finest in the State.
A Frightful Blunder
Will often cause a horrible burn, scald,
cut or bruise. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the
best in the world, will kill the pain and
promptly heal it. Cures old sores, fever
sores, uleers, boils, felons, corns, all skin
eruptions. Best pile cure on earth. Only
25 cents a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by
It. B. Loryea, druggist. 1-5
Public School Notice.
The trustees of the public schools are re
quested to open their schools on the first
Monday in November.
L. L. WE.Ls,
Co. Supt. of Education.
Keep quiet
and use Chamberlain's colic, cholera and
diarrhoea remedy for all pains of the stom
ach and all unnatural looseness of the bow
els. It always cures, For sale by It B.
Loryea, druggist. fjanlay
Sumter District.
The district meeting of the Wo.
man's Foreign Missionary Society of
Sumter District convened at Packs
ville October 20-22. Mrs. Darby,
our efficient secretary, presided. She
was assisted by Mrs. J. W. Humbert
and E. S. Herbert. An address of
welcome was made by Miss Eva Cur
tis. Appropriate responses -were
made by Mrs. Humbert and Herbert.
About twenty-five delegates and
visitors were present. Rev. J. W.
Dunlap could riot be present at each
session, but while here was ever
ready with words of encouragement
and helpfulness.
The report of the district secretary
was very encouraging and shows
that the district is steadily growing.
Mrs. Humbert. our corresponding
secretary, stressed the necessity and
reasonableness of the contingent
fund. Mrs. Herbert urged more read
ing of missionary literature among
our members. Both were ever ready
with encouraging words and gave
much v'aluable information in regard
to our work at home and abroad.
Letters from several of the mission
aries were read, giving us a glimpse
of the inner life of these dear girls.
Rev.O.Darby of Magnolia preached
an able sermon Sunday morning to a
large and attentive congregation.
The meeting closed on Sunday eve
ning. The officers and delegates
were delightfully entertained in the
hospitable homes of friends and co.
workers. We trust that we may have
the privilege of entertaining them
soon again.
The next annual meeting will be
held at Summerton. We believe that
many truths were lodged in the
minds and hearts of our people and,
we hope, will henceforth be actuated
by higher andi purer motives and
who will give sweeter and more joy
ful service. EVA CuRTIs,
Cor. and Rec. Sec'y.
Packsville, S. C.
For Tnfants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the
Signatulre of , ,'X7'646
Summierton .hotes.
Editor THE TIm~S:
On Friday night the Summerton
Dramatic Club, managed by Mr. H.
A C. Walker, gave an interesting
p lay entitled "A White Mountain
Boy" before a large house. It was a
complete success in all respects, the
people having been well entertained
and a good amount having been
taken in at the door. The club con
tains excellent talent and they prom
ise to give our people a series of good
attractions during the season.
The next attraction scheduled is
Dixie Minstrels, under same manage-.
ment, wflich will doubtless be
"great" and draw a large crowd.
They will be on hand Friday, Nov.
17. All the proceeds will go for the
benefit of the Summnerton Graded
At last we have rain, refreshing
rain, and we hope no one will kick
till the dust is laid. The crops are
pretty well harvested.
Mrs. L. Y. Eadon died on Friday
and was buried on Saturday evening
at St. Paul's church, a large crowd
being present to witness the last sad
rites. The crushed husband and in
nocent little babe have the deepest
sympathy of all our people.
X. Y. Z.
Summerton, Oct. 30, 1899.
Chamberlain's Pamn Balm ures Others,
Why Not Youl
My wite has been using Chamberlain's
Pain Balm, with good results, for a lame
shoulder that has pained her continually
for nine years. We have tried all kinds of
Imedicines and doctors without receiving
any benefit from any of them. One day
wesaw an advertisement rf this medicine
and thought of trying it, which we did
with the best of satisfaction. She has used
only one bottle and her shoulder is almost
well. Adohoh L. \lillett. Manchester. N.H.
For sale at'the R. B. Loryea drug store.
Roll of Honor.
Following is the roll of honor of
Home Branch school for muonth end
ing November 27, 1899:
Annie Geddings, Marion Geddings,
Lee Gjeddings, Lewis Geddings, Gun
ter Hill, JIack Hill, Tabby Kolb,
Rova Kolb, Totra Sackey, Estelle Mc
Leod, Alma King, Belle Compton,
Sallie Bradham, Robbie Compton,
Manly Geddings.
I Teacher.
Packsville, S. C.
Used by br-itish soldier's in Africa.
Capt. C. G. Dennison is well known all
over Africa as commander of the forces that
cuptured the famous rebel Galishe. Under
date of Nov. 4, 1897, from Vryburg, Bechu
analand, he writes: "Before starting on
the last campaign I bought a quantity of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy, wvhich I used myself whenz
troubled with bowel complaint, and had
given to my men, and in every case it
prodmos beneficial." For sale at the
Some men are so miserly that they
won't even pay another a compliment.
MIonthly and bearing-down pains, itten
dant upon irregular and suppressed awn
struation, are relieved by Simmons' Squaw
Vine Wine or Tablets. Sold by Dr W 1
The self-made man never ceases to
praise his maker.
George Noland, Rockland, 0, says: "My
wife had piles forty years. DeWitt's With
Hezel Salve cured her. It is the best salve
in America.'" It heals everything and cnres
all skin diseases. D 0 Rhame, summer
ton; Dr W M Brockinton, M1anning.
The tallest man in the world is not
above criticism.
Veary women need an occasional dose
of Dr .1 A Simmons' liver medicine to
streogthen their neives and invigorte
their systems. Sold by Dr W M Brockin
Most men if weighed would be
found wanting-the earth.
"1 wouldn't be without DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve for any consideration," writes
Thos B Rhodes, Centerfield, 0. Infallible
for piles, cuts, burns and skin diseases.
Beware of counterfeits. D 0 Rhame. Sum
merton; Dr W M Brockinton, Manning.
No man has to serve an apprentice
ship in order to learn how to make
Dr W Hixon, Italy Hill, N Y,.says: "I
heartily recommend One Minute Cough
Cure. It gave my wife immediate relief in.
suffocating asthma." Pleasant to take.
Never fails to quickly cure all coughs, colds,
throat and lung troubles. D 0 Rhame,
Summerton; Dr W M Brockinton. Man
Playing with loaded dice is shaky
business at best.
Temporary derangement of digestion,
through overwork, worry or emotional ex
citement, are quickly rectified by Dr M A
Simmons' liver medicine. Sold by Dr W
M Brockinton.
Ice is about the only thing that is
really what it's cracked up to be.
Dr H H Haden, Summit, Ala, says: "I
think Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a splendid
medicine. I precribe it, and my confi
dence in it grows with continued use." It
digests what you eat and quickly cures
dyspepsia and indigestion. D 0 Rhame,
Summerton; Dr W M Brockinton, Man
Half a loaf is sometimes better
than no chance to loaf at all.
Mrs F J Dickson, Westminster, S C,
writes: "Eleven years ago I was for six
months unable to do my work, and Dr M A
Simmons' liver medicine restored me to
good health. Think one package of it
worth a dozen of Zeilin's." Sold by Dr W
M Brockinton.
Some men are so sympathetic that
they are willing to share your last
dollar with you.
You never know what form of blood poi
son will follow constipation. Keep the
liver clean by using DeWitt's Little Early
Risers and you will avoid trouble. They
are famous little pills for constipation and
liver and bowel troubles. D 0 Rhame,
Summerton; Dr W M Brockinton, Man
The man who eats cloves is never
quite free from the breath of suspi
It will not be a surprise to any who are
at all familar with the good qualities of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, to know
that people sverywhere take pleasure in
relating their experiences in the use of that
splendid medicine and in telling of the
benefit they have received from it, oi bad
colds it has cured, of threatened attacks of
pheumonia it has averted and of the chil
dren it has saved from attacks of croup and
whooping cough. It is a grand, good med
icine. For sale at the R. B. Loryea drug
The man who feels like a king at
night, usually feels like the deuce
next mornmng.
The 6greatest Evidence of the dangers of
cholera morbus, diarrhoea, and dysentery
is the increase in the death rate during the
summer months. You cannot he too care
ful, and particular attention should be paid
to the diet. A supply of Pain-Killer should
always be at hand for it can be relied on at
all times as safe, sure and speedy. A tea
spoonful will cure any ordinary case. Avoid
substitutes, there is but one Pain-Killer,
Perry Davis.' Price 22c. and 50c.
The average man doesn't expect to
meet anybody but strangers in
J D Bridges, editor "Democrat," Lancas
ter, N H, says: '-One Minute Cough Cure is
the best remedy for croup I ever used.
Immediately relieves and cures coughs,
colds, croup, asthma, pneumonia, bron
chitis, grippe and all throat and lung trou
bles. It prevents consumption. D 0
Rhame, Summerton; Dr W M Brockinton,
Sending Bibles to the heathen is
productive of much good-to the
A Woman's Lettel.
Coolidge, Ky., Aug. 20, 1898.
New Spencer Medicine Co.: Since writ
ing you in July, I have continued to use
Blenedicta and am surprised at the results.
Before using the remedy I suffered from
womb troubles and a weak stomach, but the
three bottles of Benedicta has completely
cured me. It is a great medicine for deli
cate women. Mns. H. R. GinnmaTH.
Sold by iR. B. Loryea,
From Cheanust to Best.
tS. A. INigby.
There's a solid satisfaction in money-saving. No easier or bet
ter way to save money than to buy a wanted thing at a less price
tlan you expected to pay for it. Many just such pleasant surprises
ready for you here.
Something for the Ladies.
'Just received, a shipment of Ladies' Fine Kid Gloves, includ
ing the choicest colors in Tans and Blacks.
Our special kind "Norma," with two button clasps, $1.25 seller,
we will sell. you at 99c.
Ready-Made Skirts for Ladies, made of good quality Brocadine,
in Blacks and colors, 41-44 inches long, A RATTLER, at 98c.
Ladies' Skirt, made of Figured Silk, Brocade effect, 5 gored, at
Ladies' Black Skirt, with 12 placket buttons, at $1.98.
A beautiful Ladies' Skirt of Granate Cloth. full seven gored, in
Navy and Army Blues. a thing of beauty, at $2.
Some Toilet Goods.
A large size good Cold Cream 'cake of Toilet Soap at 4c.
French "L" Heliotrope Blanc, something fine, at 5c.
One cake of Violet Oatmeal at 10c, or 24c for one box.
Bottle of Frostilla, something elegant for rough, chapped
hands, at 25c.
One cake pure Pine Tar Soap, at 5c.
We arEhlliur[ioevPcs
Good Rice, in 100-lb. sacks, at $2.75.
Fresh Evaporated Apples at 10c.
Choice California Peaches at 12-je.
Large size tumbler full of Jelly at 10c.
2-lb. cans Peaches at 15c.
Columbia River Salmon at 10c.
100 good Matches for 1c.
We only want to say a few words to our
friends and the purchasing public this week.
2, At the store of M. Levi's Estate a complete
Sstock of New Goods has been received for the
Sfall and winter.
6 We buy in many instances direct from
the factories, and the long and well established
Sstanding of this business puts us in position to
I g cet the best prices, which we always give our
Remember that we carry EEYHN
tbe found in a General Merchandise business
and employ a force of courteous gentlemen to
wait on our friends and customers.
Come and see us when you have any buy
6 ing to do, and if you have been everywhere
else and cannot find what you want, come -and a
see us anyhow, and probably we have the ar
I ticle.
One other thing. We give the highest
omarket prices for cotton. We get several re
Sports from Liverpool each day and reports on
the cotton market every twenty minutes from
New York while the exchange is open. Things
that happen in Liverpool at 12 o'clock noon
we often know her-e by 10 or 10:30 the same
Sday. Bring us your cotton.
3 Executors.
I o***i
Tieraes Discvrya ileAe
Guaranteed to Cure Dyspepsia.
This is the Little Pad that does the work.
It is a convenient sized sachet fitting over the pit
of the stomach, and is worn with absolute comfort to
the skin. Suecial pads made for ladies in size and
shape so that it can be worn with comfort under the
As medicines have proved a failure in curing Dys
pepsia, give Gutermann's Dyspepsia Pad a trial, it is
* This Pad has only been sold here dunng the last
ninety days, and over eight hundred have been
bought for this market already.
Can furnish you any number of best testimonials from parties here that have been
cured by the use of that
"1, .. W. -M ."
If you can't come for one, send money order for $1.00 and we will mail you one
postpaid. Booklets free on application.
We also have Chill and Fever and Kidney and Bladder Pads GUARANTEED TO
The ilanning Grocery Comp y.
Sole Agents for North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia.
.Ag~enatm Vgantecla
Have you been to my store to take advantage of the
many bargains I have to offer?
Others may blow and bluster, but the proof of the pud
ding is the chewing of the string, and when you come to my
store there will be no such thing as tempting baits in order
to induce you to begin purchasing, and then after you have
commenced to make your bill, the profits increase on the
goods you need most and have to buy in larger quantities.
My friends, I am here to tell you that I intend to sell my
goods at a living profit and you do not expect me to go oth
erwise. Let me show you my
My Grocery stock is as complete as any store in town,
with all prices as low as the lowest, and goods guaranteed.
When you come to town be sure to call/on
W. G. J Kinxg
I Julst Received.
5 A lot of Sample Shoes at prices -to interest
any one who wears thenh Come early before the
i sizes are broken and look at our specialties in
SMen's, Ladies', Boys' and Misses' Goods.
SHave also just opened up. a cheap, and pretty lot
Look at our line of
Dry Goods, Notions,
Fo te enfi roceries, Etc.
Forthebenfitof our farmer friends we are sell
Sing the prettiest Red Rust-Proof Seed Oats ever ~*
Sbrought to this market.
Thanking you for favors, I am,
Very truly,
Do not throw money away by buying a podrly made cane mill. We
sell the GOLDEN MILL, which is one of the best made. Why? Because
they are constructed of the very best material, and are made as cornp act
as possible to secure Strength, Durability and Easy Running, and their
capacity must not be judged by appearances, but determined by the size
of the larger rolls which have greater diameter than im some mills with
Tleygethe easrentas only strong mills compactly built and with
lathe-turned rolls will do. The gears are detachable from rolls, and with
impred aclutch for these parts, tere can be no slipping.C, nsc h
breaking of a single cog or the wearing out of any or all of them necessi
articupurhattenon is calle to then Ste S hafts used in these Mills.
They will not bend or break like iron, and will wear longer with less fric
tion; they run in babbitted boxes which, when worn, can be renewed by
any machinist at a trifling cost. Steel shafts and babbitted boxes produce
but little friction, hence great durability and easy running. They are fit
ted with steel bolts and lock set-screws and other improvements suggested
by experience necessary to the completion of a perfect Cane Mill.
Our EVAPORATORS are all of the COOK PATTERN and are made
of heavy rolled Copper or Galvanized Steel instead of iron, both of supe
rior quality. They are durable, cleanly, simpler and more effectual in ope
ration. These goods we bought at prices much lower than are now pre
vailing, and can offer a No. 1 Mill and No. 3 Evaporator for $27 at store or
Weo .eare agent' for the Osborne and Deering Mowers and Rakes.. Our
s)ace will not allow us to give a description of these, but those wishing to
purchase should call and examine them; you will find them the Best,
Lightest Running and Easiest Machine kept in repair of any in the market.
Housekeepers, when in want of a first class Cook Stove, come and see
Our Leader" Cooks, they are the best ever shown here.. Some of
the special features are Cast Iron Ash Pan, rods in fire box are incased to
prevent burning out, Double Covers, Double Centers, cut long centers, Cut
Top, Heavy Center Rest, Tin Lined Oven Doors. Fire Backs guaranteed
for fifteen years.
Very truly yours,

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