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MANNING. S. C., NOV. 12. 1902.
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REPUBLICANS WIN AGAIN.
The elections throughout the
country are over, and the news
papers are endeavoring to tell
the people how it happened
that their predictions went wild.
This might be expected of news
papers, because they must say
something, but the party lead
ers, instead of being square and
honest, and acknowledging, the
Democratic party, being in the
hands of incompetent leaders,
thy try to cling on by holding
out hope. Senator James K.
Jones, chairman of the Demo
cratic National Executive Com
mittee after paying several
visits to President Roosevelt in
search of a position on the canal
commission, and so far has not
succeeded in getting the job,
has now come out in an inter- i
view, in which he pretends to
see a Democratic victory in the
next national election, two years
hence. It is possible that the
Democrats may get the nemt
President, but in our opinion, it
is highly'Improbable, however,
be--tfat as it may, if the Demo
dratic party ever gets back into
power, it must first dislodge
itself of such a burden as its
present chairman J. K. Jones of
Arkansas, because, if there ever
was a political bunco-steerer, it
is this man who leading a party
with a shibboleth of "Down with
Trusts." is himself a Trust man.
The party in order to win must
clear itself of such scuttlers as
Teller, the Western Republican,
who crawled over the side of the
silver-ladened Democratic ship
and instead of serving a proba
tionary period before the mast,
he took hold of the wheel and
directed her into a haven of ]
disaster. It also must be scrap
ed of the barnacles that since
the day Cleveland's captaincy,
has accumulated and obstructed
her progress. In our humble
opinion, to make the Democratic1
party win, there must be an in-1
fusion of new blood into the
body politics, the present leaders]
are no good,proven so before the
people several times and the
sooner we relegate them the
There is no doubt that all is]
not serene within the ranks of 1
the Republican party, as is evi
denced by the large gains the
Democrats made in Republican
*strongholds, but it must be re- 1
membered this was an off year, 1
and that party was well in- 1
trenched, it could afford to lose
several congressmen and then
keep a good working majority,
hence in the recent election there
was considerable apathy, but
let the time come when the lea
ders of the Republican party
.must hang out the "red light"1
and all differences are immed
iately put aside and a general
falling in takes place. This is4
all because that party is under
competent leadership; it has at
its head Mark Hanna, who is a
Trust magnate and he does not
endeavor to conceal it. Mark's
campaign shibboleth is "A full
dinner pail," and it takes. He
says the combination of capital
is for the country's interests,
and the moneyed element agree
with him. Jones runs over the.
country wrapped in a cloak of
hypocrisy preaching patriotism,
Hanna on the other hand, talks
dollars and cents, and uses the
frying pan to get the necessary
grease to make his machine run
smoothly. The leadership of
the Republicans may not be
moral, but it is practical and
successful, while the leadership
of the Democrats may, if
led by honest men, be moral,1
it is entirely theoretical, impo
tent, and impractical. In this day
of practical ideas, theories, and
pretty fourth of July sentiments
have little weight with the aver
age business man, and the party
which shows something that
stimulates business, no matter
who has it to pay, holds out to him
an inducement to catch his confi
dence. In the South all white men
are Democrats in name, but how
many are they who are real
genuine Democrats, believing in1
the principles now being enun-1
ciated by the present leadership?
The white men vote the Demo-1
cratic ticket, not that they are
convinced, it is the party which
will do most for them, but be
*cause, it is the only party in the
South which separates the white
man from the negro, and which
does not recognize the negro in
party councils; were it not for
this condition, the South would
be like the North, East and the
West, divided into parties,issuesI
would then be fairly and intelli-i
gently treated, but as situated!
now, we must continue under;
the one party rule, and make
our party one of men regardless
of measures. We must continue
furnishing the Democratic votes,
and the Northerners will contin
ue the beneficiaries, and under
these conditions our only sensi-1
ble plan is to make our situation
Condrreted by Paxville '. C'. T. U.
National "Yotto-" For God. Ilome and Na
State Motto-. lie Strong a:d of Good Cour
Our Watchiword -Azitate. Educate. Organize.
-od h*lpi me. I promise not to buy.
tdrink. sell or give
Intoxicating liquors while I live:
From bad companions I'll refrain
And never take God's name in vain.
TIIE WORDS OF A (AMBiLERt.
Rev. S. B. Anderson, of Portsniouth.
0.. recites the following tostiniony of a
converted gambler and saloon-keeper.z
given in one of the meetings in1 his
"I have been in the saloon business
with a gambling room attached, for
the last four years. and claim to know
something about what I am now ,oin
to tell vou. I do not believe that the
gambling done is nearly so dangerou11s,
nor does it do anything like the same
amount of harm, as the social card par
ty in the home.
"I give this as my reason: In the
I gambling room the windows are closed
tight, and the curtains are pulled down:
everything is conducted secretly for
fear of detection. and none but gam
blers, as a rule, enter there. while in
the parlor all have access to the game:
children aro permitted to watch it:
young lleople are invited to partake in
it. It is made attractive and alluring
by giving prizes, serving refreshments.
and adding high social enjoyments.
dFor my part I never could see the
difference between playing for a piece
of silver molded in the shape of money,
and silver molded in the shape of a cup
or a thimble. The principle is the
same, and when ever property changes
hands over the luck of cards, no matter
how small is the value of the prize. I
believe it is gambling.
"Perhups you have never thought of
it. but where do all the gamblers come
from? They are not taught in the gam
bling dens. A 'greener,' unless he is
a fool, never enters a gambling hell,
because he knows that he still be lleec
ed out of every thing he possesses in
less than fifteen minutes. He has learn
ed somewhere else before he sets foot
inside of such a place. When he has
played in the parlor, in the social game
of the home, and has become proficient
enough to win prizes among his friends
the next step with him is to seek out
the gambling room, for he has learned,
and now counts upon his efficiency to
hold his own.
"The saloon men and gamblers chuck
le and smile when they read in the pa
pers of the parlor games given by the
ladies, for they know that after awhile
those same men will become the patrons
of their business. I say. then, the
parlor game is the college where gain
blers are made and educated. In the I
name of God, men, stop this businessi in
your homes. Burn up your decks and
wash your hands.
"The other day I overheard two la
dies talking on Ithe street. One said,
'I am going to have a card-party, and
am going to the store to buy a pack of
cards. Which is the best kind to get'
The other replied, 'Get the angel card.
It has an angel on the back.'
"Think," said he. "of dragging the
pure angels of heaven into this infern
al business. "'-Religious Telescope.
ALCOHOL AND THE BRAIN.
How often and aptly physiologists
quote from Cassio's exclamation in
Othello-Shakespeare: "0, God, that
men should put an enemy into their
mouths to steal away their brain: That
we should. with joy, revel, pleasure
and applause, transform ourselves into
beasts' So be now a sensible man, and
by-and-by a fool and presently a beast:
, stronge' every inordinate crop is
unblessed, and the ingredient is the
devil." A practical observer can, at a
glance at a man under the influence of
alcoholics. deter'mine to a certainty
just how far his brain is under theim
mediate damaging effects of the drug.
If he be noisy, boisterous, songful, glib,
rich without money, hilarious, the ob
server know that the upper and great
er mass of the brain, the cerebrum i
involved, as that is the seat of judge
ment or moral faeultier, all of wvhich
are now weakened and thrown into dis
cord. Next we see the victim un
steady. staggering, tottering and fal-1
ling. It is now certain that the lower
portion of the brain is damaged as there
is centered the controlling nerve in-I
fluence over the muscuar movements
of the body. One reason for the silli
ness in some men on a drunken spree,
and in others for the rage. ugliness and
quarrelsomeness, is that* the brain i
poisoned, its albumen hardened, its
blood vessels paralyzed and congested,
others unbalancing the mind.
It is a well established fact that alco
hol scars the brain as the knife scat's
the skin, in that it enlarges the cells of*
the brain tissues and form that state,
they never resume their former normal1
condition. The reformed often feels
after a time. that he is safe. having
conquered his old enemy, but one dr'ink
now will show him that he is not his
Salt pork is a famous old
fashioned remedy for con
sumption. "Eat plenty of
pork," was the advice t the
consumptive 50. and Ioo
Salt pork is good if a man
can stomach it. The idea
behind it is that fazt is the
food the consumptive needs 1
en method of feeding fat to~
the consumptive. Pork is too
rough for sensitive stomachs.
Scott's Emnulsion is the most
refined of fats, especially
prepared for easy digestion.
Feeding him fat in this
way, which is often the only
way, is half the battle, but
Scott's Emulsion does more
than that. There is some
thing about the combination
of cod liver oil and hypophos
phites in Scott's Emulsion1
that puts new life into the
weak parts and has a special
action on the diseased lungs.
a:.-A sample wil be1
sent free upon request.
- Ee sure that this picture in ,
the form of a label is on the
wrapper of every bottle of 1
Emulsion you buy.
409 Pearl St., N. Y.
)wn master. but is again a slave to the
)id appetite. What a price for a drink?
Alcohol first irritates and disturbs
-quilibrium then poisons and weakens
:he nerve system, and finally produces
ilmnost deadly relation. Wnile the
brain suffers. other organs depen
lent upon it for nerve force, suffer with
it in the punishment. For instance, it
is no uncommon experience to meet an
liabitual drinker with drunkard's
blindness, caused by want of proper
nouiihment for the optic nerve, caus
ID a misty or cloudy appearance before
the eves. Then to the drinker let me
4ay, stop, think, ponder and weigh the
consequences. then turn to the right
ind keep in the middle of the road.
It is a clearly proven fact that the
habitual use of alcohol as a beverage
.annot be indulged in even in very
cm all quantities without injury to some
-f the bodily organism which will man
ifest itself sooner or later.
Read what that eminent surgeon.
3ir Henry Thompson, said: "There is
io single habit in this country which
;o much tends to deteriorate the quali
ies of the race. and so much disquali
ies it for endurance in that competi
ion which in the nature of things must
exist.' As a rule the drinkers judg
nent is impaired. thus his appetite is
micontrolled and drink seems to be the
iod he worships, and too often it pre
letermines his own physical condition
mad that of his children. Why is it
hat the majority of drinking men are
2ot as keen of perception as the abstain
r? Because of the enlarged brain cells
tbove mentioned. Strange that with
uch glaring facts before us warning us
>f the danger of alcoholic indulgence.
t has so niany devotees. How careful
nan is to inprove and strengthen the
tock of his dumb animals by keeping
hem up to the demands of nature's wise
aws. So, too, have we improved the
egetable kingdom almost beyond con
eption, and still we strive on for great
r perfection . But man alone of all
arth sinks below his nature by yield
ng to appetites and passions.
Cured of Piles After 40 Years.
Mr. C. Haney of Geneva, Ohio, had
he piles for forty years. Doctors
nd dollars could do him no lasting
ood. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve
aured him permanently. Invaluable
or cuts, burns, bruises, sprains, lac
rations, eczema, tetter, salt rheum
Lnd all other skin diseases. Look for
he name DeWitt on the package
L11 others are cheap, worthless coun
erfeits. The R. B. Loryea Drug
That Cherry Tree Fake.
The Charlotte Observer of Sunday,
ontained the following:
"I don't know how I am to distribute
hat 810.000 among those women who
-ere swindledby the Cherry Tree com
>any," said Col. H. C. Cowles, of
statesville, yesterday. "I was paid
4,700 in Greensboro and this included
he 81.800 lawyers' fee that had been
)aid McBrayer & Justice by C. D.
Vilkie. Since then I have received a
heck from Wilkie for $300: making a
otal of $5,000 in hand."
"According to the order of the court
he defendants, Rev. T. Bright, Dr.
rank Bright, C. D. Wilkie and the
ethers must pay to me, as clerk of the
listrict court, the additional $5,000 on
he second Monday in December. Then
shall wait for Judge Boyd to make an
rder for the proof of claims and the
istribution of the money.
"How am I to divide the $10,000. I
on't know any more than you do. Do
hear from the dear ladies who were
windled?O Oh, yes: since I 1.became
onnected with the case I have receiv
d an average of ten letters a day from
comen who begged the return of the
ollars they had put up for offshoots
rom Cherry mountain."
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If your blood is impure, thin, dis
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ng the skin free from every eruption,
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:res dyspepsia, strengthens weak
tidneys. Just the medicine for old
>eople, as it gives them new, vigor-i
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sample free and prepaid by writing
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etibe trouble and special free med-a
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3. B. B. is especially advised for
:hronie, deep-seated eases of impurei
lood and skin disease, and cures
fter all else fals. For sale by The
1. B, Loryea Drug Store.
Turned Out To Be A Scoundrel.
"What have you ever done
about that mining stock you oncee
"1 got cheated out of it."
"How? I thought it was
orthiess and jumped at a
:hance to ur.load it on a green
oion. It turned out to be im
nesely valuable, andjthe scour.s
rel who bought it from me
Enew it all the time. "-Wash
ngton Evening Star.
Bears the The Kind You Have Always Bought
i Missouri editor apologizes
e his readers for the lack of ~
ews as follows, which shows
he trials to which a country
ditor is often subject: "We ex
ected to have a marriage and a
eath notice this week, but a
iolent storm pr-evented the
edding, and the doctor being
ick himself, the patient recov
red, and we al-e accordingly
heated out of both items."
His Solermn Oath.
A popular comedian tells a story of
waiter~ at a London restaurant who
ins sadly given to drink. A party of
young men determined to reform him,
md one day they read to him an Imag
nary paragraph fr-om a paper relating
tterrible accident in which an Inebri
te in blowing out a candle was killed
y the fiame igniting the alcoholic
umes of his breath. James pricked
ip his ear-s at this and requested that
he paragraph might be read to him
gain, which was doiie, to the evident
orror of the poor man, who imme
Liately went in search of a Bible.
Returning with this, he expressed a
esire to take a solemn oath upon it,
>emoaned the fact that he had been a
orry tippler amid was bringing himself
o ruin and then swore that never
gain so long as he lived would he at
empt to blow out a candle.
ATTORNEY AT Law.
it the head of our afairs men of
stainless character, of ability
ind consistency; we should get
iway from communists, social
ists. anarchists and political
pirates, and if we never succeed
in getting a president, we can
it least succeed in being res
-.;TE OF om10. CITY OF TOLEDo. i
LUCAS COUNTY. ( '
FRANK J. CHENEY makes oath that he i, the
enior partner of the tirm of F. J. (HENEY &
o.. doing business in the city o( Toledo, coiuity
nd State aforesaid. andthatsid flirnm will paY
he sum of ONE HUNDREI) lh)LLARS for
ach and every case of C:t:L-rh that cannot he
ured by the use of Hl1a.u CA'.AIl1 CURF.
FRZANK J1. CHIENEY.
Sworn to before meand subscribed in my pres
laL,. this 6th day of Deceniber. A. D.
A. W. GLEASON.
. .' Notary Public.
ta' Catarrh Cure is taken internally and
iets directiv on the blood and mucous surfaces
>f the system. Send for testimnoials. free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. 0.
Sold by dru" 'ists. 75e.
liall Faailv Pills are the best.
The recent election showed up
ess than one-third of the white
ote of the county. The govern
>r received 649 and the senator
314, and the members of the
Eouse 640. Such apathy is
hameful, but. how can the or
linary vote be expected to show
nterest when some of the bene
diaries of the election did not
go about the polls to vote. We
ave looked over the voting
lists, and was surprised to find a
aumber of very loud mouthed
politicians and hungry office
seekers not down as having vo
ted in the general election, and
Ne Qwould ]wager, if the matter
was sprung on them in the next
primary they would make stren
ious offort to make the voters
elieve they never have failed
-o carry out their pledge to sup
port the nominees of thelprimary.
The record however will be
igainst them, and it also shows
ip against one of the men whose
ame was on the ticket for a
Startling, But True.
"If every one knew what a grand
nedicine Dr. Kings New Life Pills
s," writes D. H. Turner, Dempsey
;own, Pa., "you'd sell all you have in
day. Two weeks' use has made a
2ew man of me." Infallible for con
mtipation, stomach and liver trou
>les. 25c at The R. B. Loryea Drug
The State authorities have
:ecently given to the press a
Aimely warning, with regard to
he payment of taxes, and it is
:he purpose to put a stop to the
3ustom of extending the time.
rhose who have made it a habit
;o wait until the very last min
ite, and those who depend upon
:he customary extension of time
aad better take warning and go
ight on and pay their taxes to
void the penalty.
We never had any faith in
he tax extension, do not believe
t helged the people it intended
: help: the extending of the
ime only gave those who were
ble to pay their taxes a longer
ease-on their money. The poor
nan as a rule pays his taxes as
oon as he gets hold of the
noney, the rich man pays his
rhen there is no longer any
lope of making it make some
hing for him, and now, that the
>resent year has been successful
o far as it relates to crops and
rices, there is no need to em
>arass the State by indulging
he big taxpayers with an ex
ension of time.
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the only harmless cough cure that
~ives quick relief. Cures coughs,
olds, croup, bronchitis, whooping
ough, pneumonia, asthma, lagrippe
nd all throat, chest and lung trou
les. I got soaked by rain, says Ger
rude E. Penner, Muncie, Ind., and
ontracted a severe cold and cough.
failed rapidly; lost 4S lbs. My
Iruggist recommended One Minute
ough Cure. The first bottle brought
-elief; several cured me. I am back
;o my old weight 148 lbs. One Min
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eves the cough at once, draws ont
nfammation, cures croup. An ideal
-emedy for children. The R. B. Lor
rea Drug Store.
The conduct of the Clemson
adets at Columbia during fair
eek was indeed shameful, but
n our opinion, the acquiesence
>f Col. Sirmyer who was their
:ommander was far worse than
:he action of thei hot-headed
>oys. Clemson seems to be fat
ad to have an incompetent man
gement. At the last session
he President lost his usefulness
mnd came near breaking up the
chool and now here comes a
ited States officer, supposed
o be a disciplinarian confessing
:hat he had not inspired suffi
~ient confidence with the boys
o control them. He should be
eported and removed, such a
nan would not be fit to command
tsand hill militia. Senator
Pillman is a trustee of Clemson.
md we hope he will take Lieu
enant Sirmyer upon his pitch
fork and throw him over Clem
;on's walls, where he cannot
;et back again. President Mell
n making excuses for thi.s mili
ary dumb-watch will not help
he school, nor will it aid him in
reeping his boys in control when
by get away from home.
A Great Run.
"The Atlantie Coast Line gave Dia
olo, the 1001) the loop of For-epaugh &
el's Circus. a great run for his money
esterday. It cost Divalo $173.00 but
e gav-e' that up gladly to get fr-om
acksonville to Waycross in time to
ide in the afternoon performtance.
)ivalo got left at Jacksonville. He
as in great distress until informed
hat he could secure a special to take
rmn to Waycross. As speedily as p~oss
ble, a train was made up consisting of
.n engine, baggage ear and coach.
Then Divaolo as the solo p)assenger
tarted out. It is 73 miles from Jack
onville was lelt at 12:12 p. mu.. at 1:29
. m. the train stopp1ed at WVaycross.
Lwo stops had been made, so that the
ie reduces to fess than a mile a
ninute. ''-From the Savannah 31orn
ng Fews, Wednesday. Oct. 29th.
The train referred to aboue was;
ulled by engine No. 118 with Engineer,
FeilI at the throttle, Conductor Jos.
'almer in rharge. Rutnning time was
EWORRY, NOT WORK,
Is what makes people old before their time.
Why not save the worry and ease the work
by doing your trading at this store?
Be wise. Get everybody's prices, then come
to us and you will quickly see our prices are
TH E LOW E ST.
Tricot Flannels. ...... .@221c the yard.
75c Waistings...... .... ....@69 c the yard.
-BIG LINE OF DRESS GOODS, '
Such as Broadcloths, in all colors, Vene
tians, Zebelines, Heavy Skirtings, Silks, etc.
Yard-Wide Sheeting..... ......... 4 c
Best Prints, Dark Colors...... .....@4 c
We have Shoes for the whole family.
Ladies' Shoes at 50c the pair to $3.50.
Men's Shoes at 98c for the $1.25 Kind and up
Men's Suits at $2.98 and upward to $12.50.
Children's Suits at 75c to $5.
Seeing is believing. Come and see our goods
and prices and you will be convinced that we
are the LOW PRICE-MAKERS.
Levi Bros. Old Stand.
C P. S.-From the mighty rush in our Millinery Depart
ment is evidence we are doing the Millinery bus
iness. OUR LOW PRICES MAKE IT SO. 3
Ill1s a Peat to Pit the Feet,
But WAe Can Do It.
Long feet, short feet. wide feet, narrow feet, perfect
feet, deformed feet; in fact we are the Fitters of Feet and
Sthe leaders in High Art Footwear.
DA Better Shoe for Your Money
Than the money can get elsewhere.
SBULTI1AN BROS., R''Fi.,,,s,
9um .S. C.
H OR SES & M U LES..
One Car Load of First Class Horses and Mules, which will be
Come and see them at our stables. ALL STOCK GUARAN
DOFFEY & RIOBY,
SALES AND FEED STABLES,
/annling, - - - &- C.1
opping ioal: to lhosprity
THE SUCCESSFUL PLANTER
FERTILIZES HIS LANDS..
The VirginiawCarolina Chemical Co
Virginia-Cgrolina Chemical Co.,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
An exceptional offering of high
class pure Si'k Ribbons, consisting
of Louisine Taffetas, Satin Liberty,
Satin Taffeta and plain Taffeta, 3, 4
and 5 inches wide; values up to 25c.
SPECIAL....... .....1.5c. Yd.
Ready-Made Garments are our sp
Kersey Coats, Tailor-Made Suits, Mis
dren's Reefers. This department is I
Our garments are beautifully u
important factors in buying read]
Suits are cut prices exclusively upon
is one of our strong arguments.
All-Wool Cheviot and Venitian
Cloth Suits-Black, Brown, Navy,
Royal, Blouse Coat, Basque effect;
made with broad plaits front and
back; each plait outlined with black
Taffeta bands. A good kilted Skirt
trimmed to match. Value $15.
Ladies' Black Mercerized Sateen
Petticoats, 12-inch Flounce with ruf
ffe cut full and wide.
Ladies' Black Mercerized Sateen
Petticoats, six rows of frilling and
Iust ruffle. Value $1.25.
All-Wool Flannel Waists, lined
throughout, front and back tucked,
atock collar, colors Cardinal, Navy,
Light Blue, Royal, Pink, Black.
SPECIAL ......... ...... .00
We direct particular attention to
be quality and character of Kid
'3loves we sell at $1 a pair. They
iave the wearing qualities of a $1.50
flove. Once tried always used. Ev
!ry pair warranted. The price is
)NLY. .......... ........ 100
Our stock of Colored an
comnplete, comnprising' all the
Samples sent on ap.pticatioi
We prepay all Express
orders of $5 and- upwards.
Youtr orders shall have
There is no use closing or
~ge, capitai is org-anized to cor
he farmers organize to resis
shaken. In this agricultural
tnust be blind indeed who d
~oes down the merchant,; as a
vithi him, therefore as busines;
1vant it distinctly understood
~wim with the farmers, and il
tock we have bought so that c
;ideration. We have contract
ibled to pay more for cotton t
v'hen the farmers of Clarend<
mnly necessary for them to lea'
We are next to the Court
nons " building and it is
'We carry everything and
s in charge of the very best e
o sell goods with an eye to in<
We are headquarters for
evrthing for the plantati
We re making big drives
tore and all that we ask is foi
We are in position to pay
mf the market anid we propose
Bring your cotton to us, a
:)n, S, C.
High class Taffeta Silk Waists of
superior quality; entire front hem
stitched in conventional design, also
tucked new shape sleeve; cuffs and
turn-over collar; hem-stitched back,
tucked. Colors Light Blue, Navy,
Cardinal, White, Nile, Cadet Black.
ecialty. Silk Monte Carlo Coats, Fine
ses' Long Coats, Misses' Jackets, Chil
articularly attractive this season.
iade. Fit and workmanship are two
r-made garments. Our Tailor-Made
our special measurements and the'fit
Fine Black Broadcloth Suits, Jack
et Taffeta, silk lined, trimmed with
braid; entire Jacket plaited; postil
ion back; Skirt with braid trimming,
plaited to match Jacket; drop Skirt.
Nottingham Lace Curtains, 8 yds.
long, extra wide, handsome designs,
fully worth $1.50 pair.
SPECIAL........... .00 Pair.
Muslin Curtains, three yards long,
elaborate open work.and fluted ruf
Velvets for Waists.
21-inch Velveteens, of beautiful
quality, with Metallic Polka Spots,
colors Cardinal, Brown,Green, Navy.
SPECIAL|.... .....59c. Yard.
Elaborate display of Fluffy Neck
Ruffs, all Black, White and Black
and all White, long flaring ends, Silk
Prices, 89c, $1, $1.25,
$1.50 up to.... ...... .. Each.
i Black Dress Goods is nolo
new weaves and colorings.
and Freight charges on all
mir best attention.
Ur Means, Resist.
r eyes to the tendency of the
centrate its forces, and unless
t, the hope of the country is
country of ours the merchant
ies not see that-if the farmer
natural consequence, must go
a men, we the
that we propose to sink or
the purchase of our winter
ompetition is a secondary con
s with mills so that we are en
han any house in Sumter, and
n come to Sumter it will be
re their samples with us.
House in the old " Jake Solo
every department in our store
alesmen. whose business it is
luce customers to return.
an or household.
in the several branches of our
-the people to come and see
more for cotton than anybody
o give the farmers the benefit.
nd we will sell you the goods.
|R. 6. C.