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Briefly stated, it is just this: The season We much prefer to sell out everything A and will continue the sale every day from nov WASH COODS. A large selection of Scotch Lawns, in a variety of colors and shadings, only Sic the yard, Some splendid values in Fast Colored Shirting Prints, only 3c the yard. Splendid grade Brown, Blue and Green Check Open Ging hams, 6tc value; our sale price only 5c the yard. Nice line of Crash Skirting, 27 inches wide, Fast Colors, only 4c the yard. A beautiful line of very sheer Dimities, in a variety of colors and shades, 15c; now being closed out at lOc the yard. Our entire line of 10c Colored Dimities now being closed out at 7c the yard. A- beautiful selection of Figured Lawns, lOc values; our sale price only 7c the yard. A large line of 10c Cheviot Shirtings; our sale price only Sc the yard. The best grade of 6c Indigo Blue Calico; our sale price only 5c the yard. Ladies' Dress or Blouse Linen, 15c grade, at 12Jc; 20c grade at 15c, and 25c grade at 20c. Boys' Pants Linen, 15c grade, only 1Oc the yard. The best grade of 15c Blue Denims, our sale price only 1Oe the yard; ~15 and 20c Cottonades all going at 12ic the yard. All 10c Cottonades are now being closed at 8c. Two thousand yards of very nice quality yard-wide Sea Island 1 Homespun, only 4c the yard during this sale. A large line of Linen Lawns with Blue and Red Stripes and Checks, regular price 15c; our sale price only 10c the yard. A most exquisite line of very fine grade of 20c White Dimities i are now being closed out at 124c the yard. In short, we have some astonishing values to offer in all grades of White Goods. Black and Colored Skir Goods. Black Parola Skirting, 42 inches wide, regular price $1; sale a price only 75c the yard. Black Satin Soleal Skirt Goods, 44 inches wide, regular price $1.25; our sale price only 90c the yard. Very fine quality Black Brilliantines, 44 inches wide, 85c; our sale price only 69c the yard. a BELL & MATHS,3"i" Wa*"'***oa Engine Repairing Wheelwrighting 'R EPA IR1ED And All Manner of Iron Work. Wt etesadDsac -AT R. A. W HITE'S WHEELWRIGHT and BLACKSMITH SHOP. I repair Stoves, Pumps and run water pips orlIwill put down a new Pump If you need any soldering done, give Sugjmltutuuuo *me acall. we wrrat stisfctin. AME, B~lo Batis Chrch Manin, S C.My horse is lame. Why? Because I did not have it shod by R.A. White, the man that puts on such neat shoes THE and makes horses travel with so much ease. Bank of Maooio, We Make'"emLo New. 'ing old Buggies, Carriages, Road and Wagons cheap. 8pjg CCM~ Come and see me. My prices will - E, N IR ,0. U. please you, and I guarantee all of my work. Shop on corner below R. M. Dean's. Transacts a general banking busi- R .W HIT E Propt ad special attention given MNIG .C to depositors residing out of town. Deposits solhveopledipateineMc.n All collections have prompt atten- tr etdo o r .A ib' general merchandise store August 1st, tion. 1900. I will carry the Business hours from 98a. mn. to 2BetUeo ,oMoisMd. The new ball-bearing "New Home," the best machine made: also "New JOSEH 8POTT, Ideal" and "Climax," from $18 to $40. + JOSEPH SPROTT' I sell on Instalment, EasyPamn+ A.LE i Cashier. Plan. I clean and repair any kind of .. machires for least money possible. + President. Cali and see me. A. I. BARRON, Ag't.* BOARD o1f DIRECTORS. 3. W. McLioD, W. E. sow WLO UAT 8. II. Nuzws, JosEPH SPnoTT tony n ouslr tLw A. LEvi. MNIG .C W H E N YOU COMBEoi~t iuor wosrlr TO TOWN CALL AT 4 WELLS' J.o8. dIoLiSO. Cfis. AT SHAVING SALOON Which is Atted up with anoEeuos AmnsrtrGurin n eye to the comfort of hisCoitesI eastomers. . attntin.. HAIR CUTT~IG eyrsecfly INALL STYLES, Sc 04(92.Eeuos diitaos S H AV IN ( ANDwhlanesaermisithicreocu-+ Done with neatness anetr rLttr fAmnstaoso e dispatch. . . . . . .....c uonotothreepsadxed A cordial invitation nalb eoie ih h netr n mI iextended. p. .etorohrppesblnin oss is e~~statuthe oficpe o g -aid aerober at- eptforn. npeto fuhpr fomVenespe.1)UDHM Manning TheeBlowh.arve etae rd d of Mar c r or~ CA '17 'on Dr,~ MiS IN has advanced to the point where all Summer T A SACRIFICE, and in order to accomplish r on until all advertised goods are sold. Very fine quality Navy Blue Serge Skirting, 50 inches wide, regular $1; our sale price only 75c the yard. Very fine quality Black Whipcord Skirting, 50 inches wide, regular price $1.35; our sale price only $1. A full line of Black Brocade Skirting, 36 inches wide, regular price 25c; our sale price only 20c. Black Tafeta Silk Skirting, 24 inches wide, every yard war ranted not to split, regular price $1; our sale price only 75c the yard. A full line of all kinds of Duck Covert and Crash Skirtings from 8 to 15c the yard. In short, we carry the mot complete line of Skirt Goods of my house in this town and it is reasonable and proper that we should lead in Ladies' Dress Goods, as we are the only special dry roods house in this county and we devote our whole time and en 3rgy to our business. Call and see us when you want nice Dress Goods. Clothing and Gent's Furnishing Goods. First of all we wish to state that we believe in the free use of >rices on everything. Our entire line of Spring and Fall Suits that we have been elling at $10 per Suit will be closed out at $7.50 per Suit. A full line of Black Clay Worsted Suits in Square and Round jut Sacks. These goods have just come in for fall trade and look ery, very cheap at $10 per Suit, but in order to make this sale in eresting we put this nice lot of Suits in at $7.50 while the sale asts. Our entire line of Children's Clothing at sacrifice prices. The trade has no doubt become well acquainted with the mer ts and wearing qualities of Mayfield Pants. During this sale we .re quoting them at sensational prices. Our $1.75 Mayfield Pants vill be sold at $1.25; $2.25 Mayfield Pants will be sold at $1.75. If you buy a pair of Mayfield Pants you will be sure to come gain when you need Pants. There is nothing in the market that will touch them at the same price. We are closing out our entire line of Gent's Negligee Shirts ,t sacrifice prices. All 50c Negligee Shirts will be sold at 35 and 40c each. All 75c Negligee Shirts will be sold at 50c, and so on. It will do you no harm to see what we have to offer you. A full line of the famous C Brand Collars on hand all the time nd we will sell them at special prices during this sale. THE RAITLROAD SCARE ODD EFFECTS OF THE FIRST SIGHT OF A LOCOMOTIVE. Areally healthy woman has lit- lcmtv tie pain or discomfort at the gethnrle ihEgad e menstrual period. No woman ~ owe ereSehno needs to have any. Wine of lanedhsfrtea coolte Cardul will quickly relieve those Rceo h iepo n acis smarting menstrual pans and die nteBlioeadOi al the dragging head, back and ra,3l ~42,b hre arl side aches caused by falling of o aritn h aterligsge the womb and ireua oftenelaaionfene.nene Tome was the Peorse rod tei thei *E'@yPA~ftE~ Unltd STtes adin 1830sa Wheacth WI~u~i~sugs w, ero Elorst Wills 1B-Te frountry' has brought peesteRt relrefdt Aulte caout ca claim t he nrstf 1,000000 wmen wo suferldcomltivego the nerst railroad.i That evey mnth maes hemen olant tenat ate enot he obhid stral rgns trng ndheath. alced hos ands Harg oadot, nowe It i th prvison mde y N- prt o the ouhverpoln and Ganchei stei whchwadg in 183,th0irtpk hade ture give omen eliefrrom eb Octe 183,ltmr had h ail blihtomnyome. raul 4,488, C halelarkeo ero, ______ofCafki olmtono the writer whoiin attigned ~1~~ZWWOODL, Ot. 1419 o the elraeo of d esendence. takenswwtasethre fanstroad sthredn ph coul ~o ay reiefun tUno itdSats, ad he thus i his rec M Mtte oardUl. 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"n a hl on ont I~t s tre.sonde byin ChretnNa-apat fgetee there to geveawwomtnerdistancerth theo atteidlthecraes asdweaanproache bleirahtoasofinsheysomh10ers1 uponpileeongr rrshot, ccodin sidn ras tg aorvinetheerrlsewreu2 n a h re nertiseeateraddn.so feetsaym hehsrfac.oOu trakera horrid sieh an caom patheronorsof compea tingntehlongest Balroastineth (N lCherestovousd Ehantsr rand lions hil & eve'~wepa othear Soth arnd some orga :seentei,bu whah osteru was 1830ian wbos creams we3,i hard? 137mesntf itrame in operaton.yin alftterhrog Mr.nSmuel .C re and Goeor , a kmaneb, anof ac thinthoate th reme ae of yenoug and remmbro ha enthe beginningo and locome poerfe ato first sight of tlocmo Chillsand Fvere: Charleor wo farte on etlemen Cure Whe AllOthes Fal, ~ to attroenwgb the rae se pofached theaty wsa i tebhed istanc th Aew rilrLaryfensheduomeStoore1 fiaisoan ow hreon Itv w butlt upfon tre, logro hrt codn totetr of the suesttoud Soetwiche Wl the crsna anledo the al e buld0 nearo thse elerat rroads. dSome a 1666I thourht he sk fr 2pther tnals ~~~4o-l4' GURANE + hardsin taen woudase By thistimee we hill UNDER A redesro s allephats and in $5,000 DO we Ohrs wer afad oe of the cas R. R. FAR PAD fos ea vn their w a bratr ake thi 200 FRE awaose sams t e peihe citesent-ly 0 1 r gm feedjctt the a lradt ing b ian bmoke, - Witickto casoe ofhoyrfpartydwee sokel fright- e THEA BNE COBIECE Fao0RC engfedwols o thes. clotheso whic 1 1E SITUATIC Goods must be sold at once or stand a chance this end quickly we put everything on sale in Our line of Hosiery is the most complete to be found in this town. Harvin's famous line of factory Hose in all styles, Black, Red, Tan and Blue, 10c each, or three pair for 25c. Young Gents, if you want to see some splendid values in up to-date, stylish Neckwear at sacrifice prices just come to our store during this sale. All 60c Neckwear will be sold at 45c, and smart reductions will be made along the entire line. We have some splendid values to offer in Gent's nice Dress Hats. All Straw Hats will be sold out regardless of cost; they must go, as carried over Straw Hats are worth less than nothing. We are selling a lot of Gent's nice Gray Felt Hats at 69c each that we sold in the early spring for $1.25, but we bought a large lot of these hats again late in the season and thus we are able to name the unheard of prices of 69c for a $1.25 Felt Hat. If you want a nice Hat cheap you must not fail to attend this sale, as it looks like we are almost giving Hats away at the ex tremely low prices at which we are selling them. *0 And All Kinds of Useful 0 Articles for Housekeepers. A large selection of pure white Linen Damask Fringed Doy lies will be on the market during this sale at sacrifice prices. All 60c White Linen Table Damask will be sold during this sale at 45c the yard. All $1 Table Damask will be sold at only 75c the yard. We will offer some of the best values in all kinds of Linen Towels ever shown in this town at. the prices we quote. If you are interested in either Ladies or Gent's Handkerchiefs you should attend this sale, as we have some exceptional values to offer you in Gent's and Ladies' Handkerchiefs. . We put our entire line of Laces and Embroideries on the mar ket during this sale at prices that will surely please you if you are z posted on the prices of such stuff. ] All 15c Embroideries will be sold at 10c, and all 20c Embroid eries will be sold at 15c and so on-reductions algng the whole line. We offer some splendid values in all kinds of Bleached and Unbleached Scrim for Window Curtains, at from 4c per yard up- f all at reduced prices. We have some splendid values to close out in Lace Curtains, t Window Shades and Curtain Poles. If you are interested in any I kind of Window Fixtures it will pay you to see our offerings. ffiibiLdswere molst~as If ^with~pei w~ieTi hung out to dry- spiration, and he was a very healthy Ma'ny are 5'et living who looked upon sprt the terrible, screeching Iron monster After he had talked and drunk a with awe and trepidation. Mr. Nat Mc glass of arrack he took his place beside Gee of Ivy, Aibemarle, tells a joke upon the woman again and began to whirl himself that when he heard the trini about The lights were dimmed, but coming he jumped from his horse Bnd not so that we could not see, and in a got behind a tree, where he viewed it few minutes the figure began to fade, for fear of being run over. Mr. W. T- soon assuming the appearance of a Prout, who was taking a wagon load of pillar or form of light and then attach produce to Richmond, when he reched ing itself to the woman and seemingly Gordonville heard the whistle and ter- being absorbed by her. All this was rible noise of the approaching train, done in a very short space of time be and he and his corepanions were so fore the eyes of at least 50 people and scared that they sprang out, leaped the not ten feet from myself. The girl ap fence and ran across the field to a safe peared greatly exhausted afterward. - distance, leaving the wagon and team_______ to ts fate, but when the train appeared It was oniy an enginceand one coach. The squirrel Hunter's Weapon. The first roadbeds were formed, as The cream of squirrel hunting is en has been stated, by driving piles In the foyed by the man who uses a light rifle ground, upon the top of which were of small caliber and medium power. placed wooden stringers, in which were The ".22 long" as now turned out by t ut a groove for the wheels to run. Our leading makers is an excellent These were called "wooden railroads" weapon-in fact, the best in the world a and at a distance appeared like the ele- for the purpose. Though not of suffd vated railroads in the cities of the pres- dient range to be dangerous to people h nt day. The honor of this Invention or stock at a distance, it throws lead jt was contested between John Hartman with surprising accuracy to the tops of al of Scottsville, Va., and John Williams, the tallest trees. Good rifle shots al- al an engineer of Ohio, but It did not ways aim for the squirrel's head both l prove a bonanza to either, for the to add'to the difficulty of the sport and0 wheels were constantly bouncing out of to avoid spoiling meat. And be It the groove, and the ples soon after known that a squirrel's head at a range it gave place to solid dirtemhankments, of 40or 50yardsis no easy mark. If mnd strap Iron rails were substituted a reader doubts this, let him go to the for the wooden groove. But th.e grd. woods for a day, keep all empty shells, ha ng was very Imperfect and uneven, and at the end of the day let him fry I1 which made riding on one of these to make the dead squirrels and the t1 prmtive railroads like going over a empty shells tally.-E. W. Sandys inol orduroy road in a springless wagon, Outinea. with the. cars bouncing over these 'ough rails to the fingfing music of the How Banana Trees Grow. dc windows-Rlchmond Dispatch. It is a peculiar fact that but one t ____________bunch of bananas grows on a tree. co After the fruit has been cut the tree is m AN OPTICA L IL LUSION, then cut down to the ground, and from , the stump another tree sprouts which TI )e of the Tricks Performed by the bears another bunch the following 2 Fakira of Indr.Tegraesirubeaffrer.. The fakirs of India perform some re-istkeptefrseaofpou. znkable tricks. The following one Te ho pfo h ot fteC aas witnessed by an Englishman who te o aiso e etadgo was himself an excellent prestidigi-lkewds ateur:Astefutscufrmtetesid The apartment being filled, the ma-ispaeontebcsfltleak icans began their performance. Thedokyantrspteinhswy tdine sat on the floor about thetohecatOednycncry akirs, so that they had no way of con- fo he osxbnhs codn ob ealIng themselves or of hiding any-thsieotebucsanteds-a hing. At their request I examinedtacfrmheostItesaontm hem and satisfied myself that theyBacathraemoehn3,0dn-h ad nothing about them. Then one ofkestasrtcalnInaiefo - he women stepped Into the inclosure,miepodntwadhecstih he rest remaining behind the spec-thilodofbnas tors, who formed a close ring about em. The light was now turned down little, and in a moment the woman's ace began to be Illuminated by a hostly light that extended iceklyAl ver her entit-e body. ie u She then began to move around and found, uttering a low, murmuring ' etehutC1 Dund the while. gradually quickening - oe tsbcu~ 1 be ace until she was whirling about jnyaed ke'a top. A moment of this, and the rne.D o ght that had clung about her seemed f~ an ) be whirled off by centrifugal force - nd assumed a pillarlike form beside r. As soon as this was accomplish-DrThhe' l she stopped, turned and began to LIRAN ILO SYU - told the light with her hand, and, toa. tonbudsx*adkepte sough I could distinctly see her hands i~S~e nahst?~fdto n ove through the light as If It were a anmkeoutrgadrbst oud, it began to ssume human form. edno~srp n r hce' 7"e saw the arms, hands and legs all te.Mcan ~ S et olded and finally the face and head- FlS ear. She next called for a light, and, wieorCnutto eatet ie candles being relighted, there stood erlnniyorsmtWSadrciv a utter stranger, a native seemingly, feeonetl a.C rolved out of cloudland. He stepped Ifl18(135w alseaTm - tree fo a radis ofntn feet ndagro Store IN. Df carrying them over to next season. the Summer Goods line AT A SACRIFICE, A full line of Turkey Red Table Damask to close out at very close prices. Floor Coverings. We are very anxious to close out our entire line of Mattings in order to make room for our Fall stock, and to do this quickly we offer our entire line of Mattings at sensational prices and-all Remnants in Mattings will be sold at and below cost. We are also quoting very close prices on English Linoleum and Floor Oil Cloths. If you cover your floors with Linoleum it will last from ten to fifteen years. Floor Oil Cloths, 25c per yard; Linoleum, 45c per square yard. A large lot of Rugs and Art Squares to close at very close prices. Millinery! Millinery! If you need anything in Millinery and we have it to suit you rou can get it almost at your own price, as we are anxious to sell L1 we have on hand, for Millinery carried over to-another season s -worth nothing. In short, what Millinery we have on hand must e sold if we have to almost give it away. Trunks and Valises. It is a fact that goes without saying that we carry the most ,omplete line of Trunks, Valises, Suit Cases and Traveling Bags >f any house in this town and our prices are always the lowest. A.n inspection of our large stock will convince you of this fact. Nice Canvas Railroad Trunks, very strongly built, from $2.50 ip. Ladies' full Finished Traveling Trunks, finished up with 3rass Locks and Brass Bumpers and Trimmings, from ,12 each. Men's fine Suit Cases, from $1.25 to $10 each. All kinds of Club Bags and Valises, from 25c to $5 each. If you wish to take a trip, call and see us, we can fix you up or the railroad. In conclusion, we wish to impress this fact upon our patrons, hat we will run these Special Sales every day from now until the, .5th or 20th of Auguns. In order to secure these close prices pat -ons must come with the cash. MOW OPEN TOCONSlUMRSOF -rO mvss Lager Beer. HdT Ilh i We are now in position to ship our EXPORT. Summrton S.C. Ipe~Brew-Pints, at $1.10 per doz. - Kffeiser-Pints, at..90o per do. Livery Stable Near at Hand. Germnania P. M.-Pints, at 90c per do. GERMAN MALT EX ew Building. New Furniture. TA T EOZEMA''ehget rd fBrlyMl n ITOH IS TORTURE. FrsaebalDipnresored Eczemna is caused by an acid humo inyorrdsdfet te blood comning in contact with the l ressal aeorpop n ein and poucing great redness and in- crflatnin uao; littlepsuaeutosform Cahmsaeopnalorr. ad dshrea ti, sticky ifiwhich les andscleoff ;sometimes the skin isTH ard, dry and fissured. Eczema in any em is a tormenin, stubborn disase, ad the itching and bunn 'at times are most unbearable; the acid b'nn unor seems to ooze out and set the si hretn .C 1 fire. Salves, washes nor other exter al'applications do any real good, for as gas the posnremams in the blood TWRUACT.RSO Mothestandeevaids.rrewe Imprtd t.....tprers For ateoysaweDipensrietorsen All irdrseshalrhaveourrprmpt-an ag sres ey car-ef.ul atetin Cah utscoman llodes 4 progaelsedotooSfar . be d n teyice ch 4 cothgforoms dIo too yahe ities ofs.S. arnd~ scompltl t ue.S S. S. S. neutralizes this acid p's; Dos SsBm B atural state, and the rou~hd ~ M udn n u~i~ in becomes soft, smooth anclear. 4 SS cures Tetter, ~ aeil oned condition othe :>od. Send for our book and write usSah Wits ndCr, out yorcase. Our physicians have Hrwr n ans ide teediseases a life study, and can ip you by their advice ; we nake no WuJu n arge for this service. A11correspondence itvw FnylasSeal. conducted in strictest confidence. 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