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There will be three games of ball
played on the Manning diamond be
Iween .luneville and Kingstree, 'Wed
nesdav, Thursday and Friday of this
weeOk. The grass on the school ground
has been cut and raked off and a good
diamond laid off. The games promise
to be interesting.
In eases of cough or eroup give the
little one One Minute Cough Cure.
Then rest easy and have no fear. The
child will be all right in a little while.
It never fails. Pleasant to take. always
safe sure and almost instantaneous in
effect. The R. 13. Loayea Drug Store.
The eighteenth annual excursion of
the Atlantic Coast Line to the moun
tains will begin the 21st inst. Tickets
from Manning, round trip. to Spartan
burg, 85.50: Greenville. $5: Henderson
ville, 86.50: Asheville, $7.25: Glenn
Springs, 5.:50: Saluda. $6.30. Tickets
:ood until September 2nd.
Iurntions. cuts. burns. scalds and
sores of all kinds quickly healed by De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. Certain
cure for piles. Beware of Counter
feits. Be sure you get the original
D)eWitt's. The R. B, Loryea Druz
Col. F. N. K. Bailey, President of the
South Carolina Co-Educational Insti
tute of Edgelield called on us this morn
ing and left with us an advertisement
of his great Institution, which will ap
pear next week. Colonel Bailey is
a brother of Mrs. J. L. Wilson of this
It's Not a of whether you can afford to paint.
- Can you afford NOT to paint and
Qstiton let the wood in your house rot and
decay? Don't be penny wise and
pound foolish. Use L. & M. Paint and your
Iouse is protecte d for years and you save a big
lumber and carpenter's bill for repairs. True.
all true. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Sole
Agents. Manning. S. C.
Two negroes charged wits being im
plicated in the Alderman store break
ing. were lodged in jail yesterday,
their names are Joe Lewis and Alex
Fulton. Lewis has made a confession,
and he implicates one more who has not
yet been caught. He says the negro
killed at Foreston was one of the gang.
James Whi:e, Bryantsville, Ind, says
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve healed
running sores on both legs. He had
suffered 6 years.. Doctors failed to help
him. Get De Witt's. Accept no imita
ions. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
The successful applicants for the
Winthrop scholarship for Clarendon,
recently competed for by a number of
young ladies were Misses Katie Plow
den of Manning and Athena Mellette
>f Davis. Dr. D. B. Johnson, President
>f Winthrop writes that these ladies
made the highest average in the exam
ination and have been awarded the
The laws of health require that the bowels
move once each day and one of the penalties for
iolating this law is piles. Keep your bowels
regular by taking a dose of Chamber'lain's Stom
ach and Liver Tablets when necessary and you
will never have that severe punishment inflicted
upon you. Price. 25 cents. For sale by The R.
B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryca, Prop
Prof. J. P. Inabnit has accepted the
Principalship of Pine Grove school, in
preference to the Director of the Cokes
bury Conference school where he had
previously been elected. The people
:f Pine Grove have certainly secured
the services of a scholar and a gentle
man, and we hope he will make a suc
:ess in giving the people what their
eal for education deserves
Through the months of June and July our
baby was teething and took a running off of the
bowels and sickness of the stomach."~ says 0.?P.
5. Holiday. of Deming, Ind. -His bowels
vould move from five to eight times a day. I
had a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
Darrhoea Remedy in the house and gave him
ur drops in a teaspoonful of water and he got
etter at once." Sold by The R. B. Loryea
Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
A prisoner by the name of Alexander
ordon, senteniced from Judge A. J.
Richbourg's court, died suddenly on the
haingang last Thursday. The de
eased had only been on the gang a
lay or two and was apparently well.
He drank considerable cold water,
chich is supposed to have caused his
leath. An inquest was held and the
iury returned a verdict that death re
;ulted from natural causes.
Voluntarily and Conscientiously, and with
nuch pleasure we recommend to our
:eaders PAIN-KILLER. We speak from
experience when we say that it removes
>ain as if by magic, and is one of the
est medicines in use for diarrhoea. It
.s applied both internally and exter
ally, and none who have used it would
villingly be without it in their homes.
ivoid substitutes, there is but one
Pain-iller, Perry Davis'. Price 25c.
We have received a communication
Erom Summerton which we decline to
publish because it is of no public inter
st and it purports to be a reply to what
ppeard in another paper. The prop
er ee to reply to anything appearing
in a newspaper is the paper in which
it is published. The writer of the
communication can readily see why we
do not care to permit our columns to
become inyolved in a matter with
which we had nothing to do, and which
concerns none but those engaged in the
P. T. Thomas, Sumterville, Ala., "I
was suffering from dyspepsiL when I
commenced taking Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure. I took several bottles and can
digest anything." Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure is the only preparation contain
ing all the natural digestive fluids.
It gives week stomachs entire rest,
restoring their natural condition. The
R B. Loryra Drug Store.
Last Friday night about 1 o'clock
Mrs. N. F. Maves of Mayesville was
stricken with paralysis. At 12 o'clock
she appeared perfectly well but later
when her daughter went in the room
the found her ly ing on the floor, where
she had fallen. At first it appeared
that her entire body was affected, but
later it was found that only her left side
was paralyzed. A sociable was given
by Mrs. Mayes' daughter Friday night,
in honor of Miss Harrison of Ridgeway,
and Mrs. Maves wvas apparently well,
and it was a decided shock to her friends
to hear of her misfortune. Mrs. Mayes
was formerly Miss Burgess, a daughter
of the late Captain Joseph Burgess.
Dr. R. Barnwell Rhett of Charleston
has crossed over the river. Although
com)aratively young in years, he had
built a reputation as a physician which
s~read over the entire State. When
Miss Edna Brockinton of this town was
so extremely ill, Doctor Rhett came to
Manning t4' see her, and afterwards
had her taken to Charleston where he
ould give her case his characteristic
attention. Dr. Rhett was a great phy
sician and it is said he stood at the top
in surgery. The loss of this noble man
is not Charleston's only, the State will
miss him, and we are glad to see the
beautiful tributes that are being paid
to his memory.
Stops the Cough and Works off the Cold.
Laxative Bronmo-Quinine Tablets cure
a ld in one day. No Cure, No Pay.
Price 2-> eents.
Then the baby is most like"
Sly nervous, and fretful, and
doesn't gain in weight.
iste best ood and medicinej
for teething babies. They
gain from the start.
0 send for a free sample..
0SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists,
S4Q945 rearl Street. New York
7 cand $1.00 all drn ss
Publishes All County and Town Oi
MANNING. S. C.. AUG. 14, 1901.
You Cannot Make a Mistake
By trading with The Jenkinson Dry
Goods Store, for in the first place you
get square and honest treatment, and
in the second place they handle noth
ing but the cleanest and best line of
Dry Goods that the market can pro
duce. Experience has taught us that
cheap, shoddy goods are dear at any
price; hence the policy of The Jenk
inson Dry Goods establishment to
handle nothing but the best of every
We are still offering some astonish
ing values in all kinds of Summer
Scotch Lawns at 3jc the yard.
Shirting Print Calicoes at 3c the
A beautiful line of 10c Dimities and
Lawns now closing out at 7c the yd.
All 121c Dimitles and Lawns are
now being closed out at Sic the yard.
And there are many other lines of
Summer Goods that we are closing
out so cheap that it would pay to
buy them now and carry them over
for next spring.
W. E. JENKINSON.
The editor spent -ionday night in
A revival meeting is being held at the
Miss Julia Mood of Sumter is visiting
Mrs. I. C. Ingram.
Mrs. A. H. Breeden is spendin
while in Charleston.
Miss Elizabeth Plowden of Sumter is
visiting Mrs. W. B. Dickson.
Mrs. M. E. Burgess has returned
home from a visit to Saluda, N. C.
Mr. A. Loryea and his daughter,Miss
Annie, are sojourning at Harris
- Messrs. J. D. Holladay and R. H. Da
vis have our profound thanks for some
Maj. A. J. Richburg went to Colum
bia yesterday to meet with the State
board of equalization.
Rev. P. B. Wells, the beloved pastor
of the Methodist church, has returned
from his vacation trip.
There will be preaching at Fellowship
church next Sunday at 4:30 o'clock.
Rev. J. J. Meyers will preach.
"With locks of raven hue." Read
advertisement in another column. The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Mr. E. C. Horton, Jr. receptl y grau
- ated at Sadler's Business Go ege in
Baltimore,. has returned homni.
Timothy Hay, White Corn, Feed
Oats and Mixed Feed, ground, at close
prices. Legg, Hutchinson & Co.
The Summer school for teachers will
close Saturday. Though the numbers
are few, vet the results are great.
-Always use the best. Mott's Vine
gar is the best; None better for pickl
ing. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Thomas antl chil
dren, and Dr. W. E. Brown and wi6
have returned home from SullW r's
Some much needed work is,. being
done on the Manning Hotel. ~e old
store at the front will be ioyrted in
to six rooms.
Orders filled promptly for Brick, An
chor Lime, 'Portland Cement, Plaster
ing Hair and Cypress Heart Shingles.
Legg, Hutchinson & Co.
Miss Marie Hodge, who has been vis
iting in Magnblia and Florence return
ed last Wednesday, accompanied by her
cousins, Misses Maggie and Eula May.
Hinds of Florence.1
Via -the Suez Canal. Our Acme
Green and Black Teas still continue to
be the most popular Teas in Clarendon
county. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
On account of the illness of Mr. W.
W. Holladay of Summerton, Mrs. W.
M. Brockinton and children were sum
moned home. We learn that Mr.
Holladay is doing better now.
What most people want is something mild and
gentle.- when in need af a physic. Chamber
ln's Stomach and Liver Tablets till the bill to
'a dot. They are easy to take and pleasant in
effect. For sale by The R. B3. Loryea Drug
Store. Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
The game of ball between Sumter
a'nd Juneville, played on Sumter dia
mond yesterday, resulted in the score
of 6 to 6, inz favor of the umpire, after
the tenth inning had been played.
Mr. G. M. Hicks, New Zion, writes
us: "Order at once for me Woods' Rye
Seed, as now is the time for planting
same in tobacco land." For sale by
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store,
- Captain Thomas Wilson of Cades'ha
returned home fro his triptoct
land, and we believe the vacation '
added years to his hard-worked.
He loo'ks as br-ight and sturdy as an
Why buy from glib traveling un
known people when you can buy a bet
ter quality at half the pricer Victor
Furniture Polish. The R. B3. Loryea
There is a beneticiary scholarship
from Clarendon to Charleston College
which sqme bright young man may get.
Besides the County scholarship a young
man may complete for the Boyce
scholarship, which pays $150 a year.
"My baby was terribly sick with the diar
rhoea."~ says J. H. -Doak. of Williams. Oregon.
SWe were unable to cure him with the doctor's
assistance, and as a last resort we tried Chamn
berliain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea R~emedx-.
I am happy to say it gave immediate relic-! and
a complete cure. -For sae by The R. 13. Lor
yea Brug Store. Isaac M. Loryca. Prop.
Married hv. Rev. S. H. Zimmerman
at the home of the br-ide in the City of
Columbia, 13th inst. Captain R. RI.
Hudgins of Foreston, and M1rs. Mary
M. Maurice, formely of Foreston. The
marriage was a quiet one, no cards or
M.rs. S. H. Allport, Johnstown, Pa.
says: "Our little girl almost strangled
to death with croup. The doctors said
she couldn't live, but she was instantly
relieved by One Minute Cough Cure.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
The .Press dispatches say that the
'Manning Post Oflice after October first
will be raised to the third class. This
is an indication that Manning is grow
ing, the mail matter having reached
the point where a salary instead of fees
will be paid the postmaster.
If the action of your bowels is not
easy and regular, serious complications
must be the final result. DeWitt's
Little Early Risers will remove this
danger. Safe, pleasant and effective.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
.Jenkinson leaves next
the Northern markets to
and winter stock. Jenkin
;t the prospect for fair crops
ices has encouraged him in
nt one of the best stocks
it to this market, and he is
m ow to go on the miarktet
BACK FROM BUFFALO,
A Close Observer Wants Us to Wake U".
Our fellow townsman, Mr. Frank I
Ervin, who has been on a sight-seein
jaunt. is at home again after ha, in
himself put off at Buffalo and visitin
New York. Boston. Providence an
other cities. Mr. Ervin is a man wh
has traveled much and therefore ca
appreciate coming in contact with th
world's movements. At our reques, h
gave us the following impressions of hi
"Enough cannot be said in praise
the exhibit at Buffalo: to be more ey
plicit, the electrical display there, i
perhaps the best ever shown. The go%
ernment exhibit is fine and the exhibi
from the various States and foreig
countries are good. I went over th
grounds in vain, searching for an eN
hibit from South Carolina, my nativ
State: nothing from this State is show:
and in view of the fact that South Cat
olina is making great efforts to estat
lish within her borders new indust.rie
this cannot be considered less thai a
unpardonable error. When passin
through the buildings where are local
ed the great government exhibits m
attention was attracted by the displa
of tobacco shown from various State:
As we are now one of these that gro'
tobacco of the best commercial grade5
I thought to find something here fror
my State, but nothing of the kind i
shown-not a leaf of tobacco as comin
from South Carolina is exhibited, ye
by foing through our warehouses her
in Manning on salesday, as good sam
ples can be found as shown at the :xhi
bition. Commercially this is agains
us: all of the tobacco grown in this see
tion is now marketed as North Carc
lina or Virginia leaf, and we ha- e t
pay, in doing this, about one-half th
value of the goods by way of cor.mis
sions. A good --hibit at Buffalo woul+
have opened tL.. eyes of the world t
the fact that this is a tobacco gro vini
State and' South Carolina is a good to
bacco market, then we could sell direc
to the manufacturer and save commis
"Although we now rank high as
cotton manufacturing State, no one
abroad seems to know much about it a
we are keeping the knowledge strict:
to ourselves. The conditions as men
tioned, regarding tobacco, apply to th4
marketing of our cotton goods also
they are sold through people who ar
not afraid to advertise to the world tha
they have what others want. It woul
be useless to go on enumerating the va
rious things we fail in letting the peo
ple know we have to sell, but another
and very important thing we miss it
not exhibiting at Buffalo is the chanc
to properly advertise our exposition t<
be held at Charleston. In talking witt
some of the people who have space fox
showing their goods, I found most o:
.hem had heard that there was to-b(
something of the kind in Charleston
but all say that it cannot amount t(
much. Why, they say, 'your State i.
not represented here at all,' and whil
some of them speak as though they wil
send a small part of their goods tc
Charleston, many are undecided: al:
say, however, 'we will be at St. Louis
"In striking contrast, is the spiri
shown-by other States and cities wher(
expositions- are to be held. In the greal
Oregon exhibit placards are postec
neatly and attractively printed, invit
ing every one to visit Portland during
its coming exposition; the same thing
is being done for St. Louis. We should
y all means get a little money togethe:
and send a small exhibit to Buffalo witi
a man in charge to advertise our Char
eston show if nothing else. There is
till time if propipt action should take
lace, and while we have lost much by
ot taking the matter up at the begin
ing, much can yet be done.
"It is folly to say that these exhibit
o no good, they do; throngs of people
n passing, make all kinds of inquir
es, and while much of this is from idle
:uriosity, more is for the purpose o1
earning what advantages other placei
ave to offer. The inquiries often lead
o investments and new enterprises be
ng started in the States about whici
hey are made.
"Some time ago THE TIMES suggest
d as a part of our town and county ex
ibit at Charleston, that we get a large
lass case and have etched on its fact
n analysis of our artesian water, this
ase to be kept filled and visitors al
harleston allowed to drink whienevei
ooking at our exhibit. I expressed
yself at the time as being very favor
ble to this part of the exhibit, but
ince returning from the Pan-Americax
am more so. Just such an exhibit iF
eing given there by the people 0:
seneva, N. Y., and no one thing hai
ttracted more attention than the dis
lay of pure spring water from Geneva
t is placed on the grounds in larg4
oolers that have a 'penny-in-the-slot
ttached to them, and are more talked
f and patronized,than any of the shows
n the midway. I hope that the towr
will exhibit our wholesome and health
reating water, and from such an ex
ibit I would expect excellent returns.'
Working Twenty-Four Hours a Day.
There's no rest for those tireless little work
ers-Dr. King's New Life Pills. Millions ar<
Iways busy. curing Torpid Liver, Jaundice
Biliousness. Fever and Ague. They banish Sic)
Ieadache, drive cut Malaria. Never gripe o:
eaken. Small. taste nice, work wonders. Tr:
them. 25c at The R. B. Loryca Drug Store. 2
President Thos. E. Miller of the
State Colored Normal and Industria
oilege at Orangeburg was here or
last Friday and delivered an address t<
the colored farmers institute. The at
tendance was not as large as it shouk
have been, but that may be account
ed for, by the fact that there ha~d beet
week of speech making,' and at th<
our Miller had set for his speech, th<
Odd Fellows celebrating committe'
ad previously arranged for a barbacut
in another part of town. No ma:
whether he be white or black cares t<
feast on wind pudding when by going
off a piece he can enjoy himnself wit]
barbecued beef and mutton, and he wil
take his chances on the results. As wi
have already said the attendance was
small, many of his most appreciative
auditors were white men.
The speech was a most practical ag
ricultural talk. He told how to prepari
lands, and his advice was not from:
book theory, but from actual exper'
ience. He urged them to devote more
attention to home made manures, an<
dispense with -commercial fertilizers
That they were yearly making-; fer
tilizer people richer and the elve;
and their'lands poorer; that they shoul<
not plant all cotton, hut devoe atten
tion to the raising of grain and hogs
He said that clean water and shadei
the best preventive against cholera.
Miller's sp)eech made a strong im~
pression, it was teeming with goodn
sound, practical thought, but when h<
got on the necessity for an exhibit fror
his people for the Charlestou exposi
tion, his pleading with them to com
forward with their handiwork wa
grandly eloquent. He told his rae
that they need not look to politics fo
hope, for there was none, thleir onl
hope' was in their mussle and on th
farm. He said, "Stick to the farm, th
towns are already crowded and cannc
support all of you; stick to the fart
and be independent citizens. Stick t
the farm and if you will do your prope
~art you and the white man will live i
harmony, for he needs you anc you nee
him. There is nothing in the town
and saw mills for you but :a debase
manhood, but on the farm is an inspi
ration to ennoble you."
After he finished his splendid addres
he immediately left for St. Paul, wher
he was booked for another institute
and where he expected a large crow<
to greet him.
I K.now One. Sure Eemedy -
fo ahbmtl OCld.* Itsname isyny-alsam
Colored Odd Fellows.
The Grand Lodge of Colored Odd
Fellows convening in Manning made it
somewhat of a gala week with the
colored people, and which attracted a
large and well behaved crowd from all
7 over the County. Thursday was the
d big day, and the parade with two
o brass bands was quite imposing. The
a officers from the various bodies through
e out the State wore beautiful regalias,
e and the entire paraphernia was very
After the parade L. M. Rice Esq. of
Greeville delivered the annual address
in the Court room. On account of the
' immense crowd we could not get in the
Court room, and therefore had to des
t pense with the hearing the delivery of
what is said to have been a well pre
e pared address and eloquently delivered.
Before the grand otlicers were con
e ducted upstairs to the Court room,
a Providence ;brass band, a group of
musicians who were not instructed by
Sousa rendered great strains on the
s plaza, for the entertainment of the
a country sisters who responded their
appreciation by dancing and keeping
time to the toots of the brass horns.
Music hath its charms is a truism well
v demonstrated when music can be
strained through such horns and cause
r people to stand around all day with
empty stomachs waiting untill the
band begins to play so that their feet
s and hands may dance with joy.
The following officers were elected
t and installed on Thursday night at
e Trinity A. M. E. church:
D. G. M.-F. W. Williams, Columbia.
D. D. G. .-L. Carson, Union.
D. G. S.-W. H. Rutherford, Colum
D. G. T.-James Lowndes, Columbia.
D. G. D.-H. J. Grant, Beaufort.
D. G. I. Ds.-Rev. Rev. J. C. Wil
liams, Sumter; R. A. White, Manning;
I. J. McCotrie, Georgetown.
D. G. M.-J. A. W. Rose. Charleston.
D. G. C.-Rev. J. S. Marrant, Cnar
The whole affair was conducted well
and the visitors seemed to have enjoyed
their stay here. The committee in
t charge of the entertainment can be con
g ratulated on conducting such a large
entertainment without having any
thing to occur to detract from the pro
ceedings or cast reflection upon the
A Fireman's Close Call.
"I stuck to my engine, although every joint
ached and every nerve was racked with pain,"
writes C. W. Bellamy. a locomotive fireman of
Burlington, Iowa. "I was weak and pale, with
- out any appetite and all rnn down. As I was
. about to give up, I got a bottle of Electric Bit
ters and. after taking it. I felt as well as I ever
did in my life." Weak. sickly. run down people
always gain new life, strength and vigor from
their use. Try them. Satisfaction guaranteed
by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Price 50
The regular summer examination for
white teachers' certificates will beheld
at the Institute school building in Man
ning on next Saturday, 17th inst.
Examination will begin promptly at
9 o'clock. L. L. W ELLS,
Co. Supt. Education.
August 14, 1901.
Says He Was Tortured.
I suffered such pain from corns I could hard
ly walk," writes H. Robinson, Hillsborough,
Ills.. "but Bucklen's Arnica Salve completely
cured them." Acts like magic on sprains,
bruises, cuts, sores, scalds, burns, boils, ulcers.
Perfect healer of skin diseases and piles. Cure
guaranteed by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Never refer to a woman's age; some
women have had the family Bible sup
pressed on that account.
Trio, S. C., July 31, 1901.
I have been a sufferer from Indiges
tion for years and have tried all kinds
of medicines without being benefited,
but since I have been using Guterman's
Liver Pad I can say without the least
hesitation that it has done wonders for
me: it has cured me of a long standing
case of Indigestion, it has made a new
man of me. I unhesitatingly recom
mend it to others who may be suffering
For sale by The R. B. Loryea Drug
Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
Never marry a girl who thinks she
may learn to love you. A little learn
ing is a dangerous thing.
This signature is on every box of the genuino
Laxative Br-oinoQuininre Tabicts
ihe remedy that eures a cold in one dray
Never look a gifted woman in the
tmouth; you cannot tell her age, and she
will only show her new teeth.
Call on or-write me when wishing any
information on Life Insurance for pro
tection or investment. I represent the
EQUITABLE. the recognized strongest
company financially in the world.
J. H. LESESNE,
Manning, S. C.
Never marry a large hearted man.
He has a capacity for loving too many
women at the same time.
C.A.OT O E.IA..
IBears the TeKind You Have Always Bought
-To Cure A Coid In One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the money
if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's sig
nature is on each boxl. 25c.
PA~RKER'S HAIR BALSAM,
NIAL'S HAIR RESTORER.
ALLAN'S HAIR RENEWER.
LYON'S KATHAIRON FOR THlE HAIR.
-HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR
SSEVEN SUTHERLAND SISTERS HAIR
~ALLEN'S VEGETABLE HAIR DYE.
-TUTT'S IMPROVED LIQUID HAIR DYE.
9 AYER'S HAIR VIGOR,
I 3g hu 091,~ ~o~ 1
i Hy0II9n8 HoiIS."
3 BUCKINGHAM'S DYE FOR THlE WIS
t SPEICHIER'S DANDRUFF CURE.
SCOKE'S DAN'DRUFF CURE,
-ISAAC M, LORYEA, Proprietor,
B ~ Sign of tho'
- Golden Mortar
MANNING, S. C.
REA FOR SGHOOLI
Yes, my clothing is all ready, but oh! that
old trunk is in such a condition it can't go on
the railroad again.
Why, that is easy to remedy. The Jenk
inson Dry Goods Store carries the largest
o f a n y h o u se in th i p a rt f th IS a eIn
An, uthrr, ifyhae'goal
th Dr Goods yuwlnefr som time it.
-f - I
ofan hus i tispat f heSttean
they mak spcalpistSholByanE
Girs ho ee Trnk t goofto chol
And futeroe ifyuhvn' ol
ofl ay houosee nhpat fThe Statensnd r
Goods Store is offering in these lines, as they t
W. E. JENKINSONJE
i SELLUNG GOODS AT 3
Is by no means an unusul occurrence these days. It is quite the
thing. Everybody does it. It is unreasonable to suppose that a
9 merchant cares about making .a PROFIT on his goods. That we are
all in business "For Fun" goes without saying-everybody knows it.
A Careful Buyer.a
Never loses sight of the fact that some goods are not too cheap
when bought at cost. They cost too much is often the reason they
have to be sold at cost.
, Cash Buyers for August...+
Will do well to remember that we are in BUSINESS TO STAY,
9 and that we allow no firm to sell goods cheaper than we do.
at It makes no difference to the buyer how much profit we make on
our goods so long as we sell them to him cheaper than they can be
p bought elsewhere. That is what we (o.
Compare These Prices. :
Several pieces Fine French Ginghams for nice light Sum
mer Dresses. You would be deligh ed with its wearing
qualities.. See if you can buy it as ow.....................9C. 9
All our 10-cent Lawn, in very attractive colors. We -know
you can buy them no cheaper than......................... C.
GE c Stripe Lawns, and they were cheap at that; now they 41
are yours for............................................. ?0 .
'a A few pieces Silk Stripe Crash still left. Just the thing We
ladies arc wanting for a Summer Suit. See if you can i (C brot
J buy it for less than...................................... . efor
We have got a big shipment of Towels from a well-known our
factory. This factory happened to have too many on r
hand. They offered them cheap. We bought-bought orso
4 liberally. Now here they are: You get a nice Linen goo
Huck 'Towel. good size, for onlv.................... I OC. 4 HOI
Great big Palm Leaf Fan, just the thing to keep cool with Trot
che p e oug fo .......................................... C e. l w
Look at our Table Linen when you are here again. You 75 2 1
get a good Linen Table Cloth at 50c and.............. ..C. and
Old Reliable++.++++ . piec,
c --> I ! have
I IG REDUCTION I
WE are one of the few merchants who do i
not advertise to sell at cost, but we are &v
- always in position to meet any compe- Q-~'
tition. The right kind of goods well~,
bought WILL sELL, but as the sea
son is nearly over and in order to make
room for our Fall Stock we have ap
~plied the knife and
r onCut Prices
9 onto the very Lowest on all summer Goods.
SMen's and Boys' Suits, -&
~Men's and Boys' Pants,
Mensand Boys' Negligee Shirts -
SMen's and Boys' Underwear,
Men's and Boys' Straw Hats,
Ladies', Misses' and Children's
S In fact our stock is full and complete. We
Shave no odds and ends to offer,; but our -entire
stock is new and fresh, of the
SVery Best Quality,
made up in the latest styles by the best workmen
Sin the land.
HPDon't miss seeing what we have to offer
you. We are going to close out the 'remainder of
our summer Goods at prices that will surprise you. -
S Thanking you for past favors and hoping to
serve you right soon, - -
S. I TILL;
The Tree of Bargains
~> At His Racket Store Now
And all those GOOD, NICE, RIPE, JUICY
BARGAINS will -soon be gone, and then
what are you going to do?
When we say we give you BIG BARGAINS
you get them. We don't say we are OUT
We are making room for our -FAJL
All Summer Goods Must Go.
S. Ie TILL, o
O ? I N G T O n w am T :i E
NSTANTLY INCRESING DEMAND
re now carrying the largest and most varied stock of Hardware ever
ght into the county. It has taken four years of constant push and
t to create this demand, but in view of the facts we do not feel that
exertions have been in vain, and will continue to use our best endeav
long the same line of business integrity to increase the demand for our
E LDE We have a large stock of Locks, Hinges and Build
JIBE BUILDERS, ers' Hardware generally. We are making Eaves,
ghs, Conductors, Pipe and Valley Tin which we are selling at the
it possible prices.
)o not forget to see us for Paints, Oils, etc.; we have them in all shades
A000 GRThe season is approaching when you will want
A 0 RWI ERSto put new Flues in your barns or repair old
We are now taking orders for Flues and repairs, and will give you
s on them that will meet any competition.
ur Flues this season will be made from the best Sheet Steel, every
of which is carefully locked, grooved and riveted, thereby insuring
t safety from fire; the elbows and T's are made of No. 24 Gauge
s, and are strongly put" together. We have all weights of sheets in
. and Flues will be made after any pattern desired.
Jrite us if you have not the time to come to town and state what you.
.We will quote you prices by return mail.
SEEEPE R/B If your Stove does not give satisfaction-if it is
OLIVE ,cracked and fills your house with smoke, if it does
ake properly, dispose of it-life is too short to be filled with annoy
of that kind-and get one of our 0. K. or Garland, Jr., Cook Stoves,
you will have done with one source of unpleasantness and make the
iration of your meals a pastime rather than a bore.
hen in want of Crockery come and see the beautiful assortment we
to show you. We ha.ve a nice lot of Stone Churns and Flower Pots;
ce Cream-Churns and Water Coolers.
CEB We are agents for the Columbia Bicycles, the standard of
i ULL .theworld, adsell all grades of Wheels made by that com
.We also have a full line of Bicycle Repairs.
Very truly yours,
auing Hardware Co.