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L.O IS APPELT, Editor.
MIANNNIG. S. C.. MARCH 30, 1904
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re ceive attetion
No communication or a personal character
will be published except as an advertisement.
Entered at the Postof ce at Manning as Sce
one Class matter.
'TIS THE CONFIDING WHO GET GOLD
The idea of asking the votes
of intelligent people to endow
seven men with important pow
ers without any expression from
them as to how they propose to
exercise those powers, is absurd.
Confidence is very well, we be
lieve it to be necessary to have
confidence in our fellowman, un
til he has shown himself un
worthy, either through wanton
ness, indifference. or ignorance,
but when matters are involved
which admit of an honest differ
ence of opinion, such as is the
case of an exercise of powers
given to a town council under
the general incorporation Act,
then, we as an intelligent people
cannot accept the confidence the
ory without knowing something
of the purposes of those whose
names will be submitted to the
voters. The very object of the
change of charter was to give
council powers it did not have
under the old charter, and we
think many who voted for the
change would not have done so,
did they believe the new council
would exercise the full powers
granted in the new charter,with
out conferring with the property
in the name of progress, a few
men forced upon the taxpayers
of Sumter a city hall at a cost of
about $35,000, and it is alleged
that a similar structure can be
erected for about $20,000. It
was also freely stated that some
members of council were inter
ested in the building contract,
anyway, the taxpayers of Sum
ter felt the burden, and council
to raise a revenue to meet the
demands upon the city went lh
cense wild; everything movable
and immovable a license was de
manded for its use, and it went
so for as to put a tax upon the
salaries of the clerks behind the
store counters; in this however,
council overreached itself, the
clerks employed counsel, who
took the ordinance to court anad
had it declared unconstitutional.
This is mention 'to show the
harmful results of supinely
resting upon the confidence the
ory. Had the candidates for
mayor and aldermen of the city
of Sumter advocated openly the
measures they enacted into law
after they were elected, the peo
ple would have k-nown, and
would have defeated them at the
polls; as~ it was, they were con
'tent to vote blindly upon the sil
ly idea of confidence; but evei
since that dearly bought experi
ence, the taxpayers of Sumter
demand public expressions fromt
those who seek preferment, and
no mar. can be elected in that
city who keeps his mouth closed.
Are the people of Manning
going to wait until they are
shackled hand and foot by a
*privileged few, and taxes become
unbearable before they awake tc
-a duty they owe to themselves!
There are a number of men men
tioned to govern this town for
'the next two years, we do noi
*know that any of them have a
personal interest in being or
council, but we do know, if they
are elected without a public dec
---~~-laration,the citizens cannot com
plain if council - should discr-imi
nate in favor of a favorite few.
The people of this town are not
different from those of othei
towns, and none of us are pos
sessed of the faculty of mmnd
reading, therefore we are not in
-formed as to the intentions os
each other without some ex
pression, as to take for granted,
that those we elect will represent
our ideas. We will say however,
that we have sufficient contidence
in any citizen of, this town whc
makes a public& declaration oi
what he advocates that he wil]
carry out those declarations
faithfully, in other words, he
will not deceive those who have
honored him. This being the
case, in our opinion, under our
new conditions, it is absolutely
essential for the guidance of vot
ers to know if a councilman fav
ors granting special privileges,
whether the same will be granted
unconditionally, and thus leave
the people in the hands of a pro
tected monopoly, or whether he
would favor giving the property
holders an opportunity to have a
voice in such matters. The vot
ers ought to know whether or
not a councilman favoirs lettins
important work out by contract,
and advertismng for bids to fur
nish material and supplies for
the town. These and othei
things are important for voters
to know, and how can they get
this information unless those whc
consent to be voted for will make
a public declaration.
Personally we have no furthei
interest in this matter than that
of a taxpayer, we are not seek
ing a place on council nor would
we consent to be voted for, bui
in casting a vote as a mar
of ordinary intelligence we
want to know, not so mucl
WHO we are vtino a.s WHAT wE
are voting for. It is MEASERES see
and not N1EN which should appeal tat
to every good citizen who looks re<
to the future welfare of the op
PARTY ORGANIZATION. se
The State convention meets at it i
noon in the city of Columbia, in
May 18, and the county conven- en
tion meets at the court house fie:
May 2. The Democratic clubs no
are to assemble April 23 for the stc
purpose of electing delegates to thi
the county convention, which se(
body will elect a National con- the
mitteeman and delegates to the ic<
National convention which meets I WI
in St. Louis. ar1
The most important branch of co
this arrangement,in our opinion, thi
is the assembling of the clubs: nu
very little attention of late years is
has been given to this matter, dis
caused principally by there be- Ti
ing no issues of consequence,and no
the result has been, the people cul
had very little to do with the it,
representation to the county n
conventions. If this indifference suE
continues it will result in great rat
harm,and we urge upon the peo- ali
ple to go out to their respective in
clubs, see that an honest club th
roll is made up and that the rep- wj
resentation in the convention is C et]
based upon actual membership. th
The Farmers' Platform club of fie
this town, the largest in the to
county,has a club roll which needs pi
a careful revision, there are of
names on it which are on at least mE
three or four other clubs. We m
know of several men whose sec
names are enrolled upon that Ju
club, who were chosen delegates col
and represented other clubs in re<
the county convention. The m
consequence of such an enroll- jU
ment,is a false representation, as be
was clearly manifest in the last ju4
campaign when. the convention m
roll was 100, a representation of tai
2,500 voters, when the fact is m
this county is not entitled to as to
many as 75 delegates, for that re<
would be a representation of bu
1875 votes, and every man in the ce,
county who has any knowledge to
of the people knows we have no
such number of white voters.
How is it to be remedied? Let
the president and secretary go T
over their respective club rolls, tha
and weed out the names, ficti- g
tious or otherwise, which do not frat
belong there,and have the revis- E
ed roll read at a meeting before
delegates are elected. We ven- di.
ture if this plan is adopted,. and ,
honestly carried out, some of the t
clubs will reduce its representa- Cu
Ition to at least one-half. Wd are -
not meaning to convey the im- E
pression the officers of these
clubs which have padded rolls,
are to blame for the condition of SE
the rolls, it is often the fault of er
the voter because of our lax sys- I
temn, where a man can have his O c
name enrolled upon every club ne
in the county if he so desires. co:
Of our own knowledge, at the me
meeting to elect delegates to the
county convention men were put bel
on the roll whose names remain- bei
edon their own clubs. These an
men voted for delegates to rep- b
resent this club, and at the same
time they were getting represen
tation upon their names at other
clubs. This is all wrong, and da
unless the taxpayers take the trl
matter in hand they need not be D.
surprised if their offices are filled p1
with corrupt men who will mis- ne
manage the treasury and cause a co
heavy tax to pay for the people's Al
As one who has the county's
interest at heart, we would urge
more interest to be taken in our .
club organizations, that our poli- w~e
tical system will not be controlled oti
by men whose only care is to eq
fatten from the treasury crib,and 2
who are neither competent or ef
ficient to administer public af
fairs in an economical .nanner. te:
To have the rolls purged of CC
Inames is not popular with the se
grafting politician, because it er
*takes from him some of his pow- fo
er, and lets in an atmosphere of CC
fair dealing which is unwhole- ca
some to those who thrive upon ye
dishonest methods. If the clubs of
are fairly represented in the er
county convention by delegates H<
who have a patriotic care for ch
the county's interests, we are cc
sure some men conspicuous in
conventions heretofore will eith
er be found left out, or if pres
ent will feel their jaw-work falls
Iupon ears that have no confi- Al
dece i n their professions. sul
April 23rd is the meeting day ~
for the clubs, -and every citizen pa
should regard it a solemn duty thi
to attend the one nearest his 25<
home, participate in the or
ganization, and see to it that the
club's best men are sent as del- gr
egates; if this is done, the booze- os
d.elegate who is the prey of the to
grafter will not disgrace his comn- th
munity by claiming a delegate's mi
WE TOLD YOU SO! th
The readers of THE TIMEs sC
will remember our contention, in P~
these columns, on the hustlings, ai
and in the senate, that the Act fe1
relating to trafficking in seed of
cotton was unconstitutional, and VE
it will also be remembered that 1s1
we proposed, in the event of the
license being raised to 8500,
to have the act violated for
the purpose of testing its validity.
The very first case questioned of
was before Judge Gage at Lan- Ai
caster last Saturday, who de- op
cared the Act unconstitutional, th
because the Act was not general, se
as it excepted some counties from H,
its operations, and all indict- le>
ments charging a violation of be
the seed cotton trafficing Act w<
Iwere quashed. Of course Judge th
Gage's decision is not final, the Al
supreme court may render an if
opposite ruling, but we have so he
much confidence in our judgment pa
as to the correctness of Judge w
Gage's ruling, that were we a m
,d cotton we would not hesi
e to ignore the present law t
uiring a license, and in our a
nion, very few merchants
.1, in the future take out a li- S
ise, and will barter and buy o
,d cotton too. a
there are communities where s
s claimed that the bartering n
seed cotton is injurious, as it a
ourages stealing from the t
Ld, but in our opinion, we do
t think the seed-cotton-buying. j
>res are a bit more harmful y
n the ginneries which buy t
:d cotton, and nearly all of t
am buy it. The imposing of a 11
nse to purchase seed cotton a
ich is as much a legitimate a
;icle of commerce, as baled 1:
ton, corn, fertilizer, or any
ng else, not declared by law a
isance, or dangerous to health,
trampling on private rights,a e
crimination in favor of a class. t
.e purchase of seed cotton is G
t near so hurtful to our agri- U
tural interests a s t h e e
le town and cross road a
rchant who f u r n i s hes
>plies on liens at exorbitant a
;es; these storekeepers demor- c
ze labor and encourage steal- I
r from the field also, because
a class they do business with
l1 keep up their crdit with t
bie store" even if the: gather r
a wherewith in some one else's 1
Ed, and yet there is no demand g
place restrictions around these r
ces. When the next session z
the legislature convenes some 1
tmber will introduce a bill to c
Lke a license for trafficing in
ad cotton general, to get around I
dge Gage's decision, but we J
atend that even a general law f
luiring a license for a legiti- N
Lte article of commerce, is un- i
;t discrimination, and would o
unconstitutional also. It is I
t as fair to say a merchant t
ist pay a license to buy a cer- I
n color of cloth, as it is to de- '
mnd a license to buy seed cot- t
1, and it would be as proper to e
uire a license of farmers to t
y fertilizer, as to require a ii-'
ase of a storekeeper or farmer l
buy seed coton. 1
$100 Reward, $100.
tc readers of this paper will be pleased to
n that there is at least one dreaded tlisense
science has been able to cure in all its t
es. and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
i only positive cure known to the medical I
ernity. catarrh being a constitutional dis
requires a constitutional treatment. Hais
arrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly
n the blood and mucous surfaces of the sys
. thereby destroying the foundation of the
ase.and giving the patient strength by build-.
up the constitution and assisting nature in J
2gits work. The proprietors have so much ]
h in its curative powers. that they offer One
2dred Dollars for any case that it fails to )
SSend for list of testimonials.
idress, F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
als Fail illsi are the best.
[t is gratifying to know that
nator Tillman has fully recov
d from his recent illness, and
11 soon be heard in the halls of
ingress where his pitchfork is
eded to dig into the alleged
rruption of the various depart
f troubled with weak digestion,(
ching or sour stomach, use Chamn--l
slain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
1 you will get quicz~ relief. For sale
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac
There appeared in last "Sun
y News" from Dixie a very
e sketch of the career of Mr.
W. Alderman one of the most
ogressive and successful busi
ss men in the State. If every
unty in South Carolina had an
derman the State would take
st rank in the Union.
Paint Your Buggy for 75c.
lh Devoe's Gloss Carriage Paint. It
ighs 3 to 8 ozs. more to the pint than.
iers, wears longer: and gives a gloss
aal to new work. Sold by Mannmng
The contest for the unexpired
e of the late G. W. Croft in
)gress will be lively in tihe
cond district as there are sev
al very strong men contesting1
r the honor, among them, ex
)gressman Talbert who was a
ndidate for Governor two
rs ago, and Senator Mayfield
Bamberg who has served sev
al terms in the State Senate.
m L. J. Williams who was
airman of the State board of
ntrol, is said to be a favorite.
What is Life!
n~ the last analysis nobody knows,but 1
do know that it is under strict law. 1
>use that law even slightly, pain re-i
.ts. Irregular living means derang
t of the organs, resultsng in const1- I
tion, headache or liver trouble. Dr.
ng's New Life Pills quickly re-adjusts
Es. It's gentle, yet thorough. Only
:at The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
The Hepburn-Dolliver Bill
-nting States police power
r original packages" of in
xicating liquor coming into
eir borders as Interstate com
arce, has received a favorable
port mn the lower house of Con
-ess, with an amendment that
e bill shall not apply to per
s rcceiving liquor for their
rsonal use. The amendment
pears to us as having tile ef
at of destroying the purpose
the original bill, defeating the
ry object of the Prohibition
ewer gallons; wears longer; Devoe. 1
A Spartanburg paper seems 1
the opinion that Hon. M. F.
2s el of Greenville has a fine<
portunity to be Governor for
e next two years. We do noti
e it that way. Governor D. C.
ayard has made a most excel
at executive, and we do not 1
:lieve any opposition to him
)uld be seriously considered by<
e people of the State. Mr.
asel is a good, strong man, but
he has gubernatorial ambitions
had better wait with time and
tience until Governor Hey
rr has received the endorse
The committee in charge of
ie investigation of the charges
gainst Judge Swayne of the
orthern district of Florida has
abmitted a majority report rec
mnmending the judge's impeach
ent, but the minority will also
bmit an adverse report. The
ajority say that Judge Swain is
11 kinds of a scoundrel, while
ie minority say he is not only a
ood man but one of the best
idges in that State. The im
eachment trial will come before
e United States Senate, and if
e case is tried upon its merits
looks to us as if there will be
n impeachment. but if it is tried
s a political issue,Judge Swayne
eing a Republican is safe.
The Name Witch Hazel.
The name Witch Hazel is much abus
d. E. C. DeWitt & Co., Chicago are
ie inventors of the original and only
enuine Witch Hazel Salve. A cer
in cure for cuts, burns, bruises, ecze
ia, tetter, piles, etc. There are many
:unterfeits of this salvesome of which
re dangerous, while they are all
orthless. In buying Witch Hazel
alve see that the name E. C. DeWitt
Co., Chicago is on the box and a
are is certain. Sold by The R. B.
,oryea Drug Store.
The exposure of scandals in
he postoffice department has
esulted in bringing several
eretofore prominent men tc
:rief. The grafting has not
eon confined to little subordi
ates, but already heads of de
>artments have been tried and
onvieted. The latest develop
ient takes in one of the mem
ers of the United States Senate
R. Burton, senior Senator
rom the State of Kansas. He
ras charged of bribery, accept
ag a fee for using his influence
,s a senator to protect a St.
aouis corporation that was using
he mails to carry out some
raudulent speculative scheme.
The concern was called the Rial
o Grain and Securities Company,
.nd it was nothing more nor less
han a huge gambling affair.
jenator Burtou received com
>ensation for his services in be
alf of the scheme before the
>ostoffice department. He was
ied before a St. Louis jury and
onvicted. Senator Burton made
imself somewhat notorious in
he South by his debating tour
rith Senator Tillman'on the race
Luestion. Both were in the em
>loy of lyceums, and made a
od stack of money out of the
oint debate. The conviction of
urton means a sentence of ten
rears in the penetentiary or a
.ne of $50,000, and the loss of
ts seat in the United States
;enate. Now that the convic
ions in high places have started
t would not surprise us in the
east if more of the grave and
'everend senators w il1l be
orced to face a jury and tell
there "they got it."
A Wonderful Saving.
The largest Methodist church it
eorgia, calculated to use over one
undred gallons of the usual kind 0:
5ixed paint in painting their church.
They used only 32 gallons of the
angian & Martinaz Paint mixed with
'4 gallons of linseed oil. Actual cost 01
>aint made was less than -$1.20 per gal.
Saved over eighty ($80.00) dollars ir
aint. and got a big donation besides.
EVERY~CHURCH will be given
iberal quantity whenever they paint
Many houses are well painted witt
our gallons of L. & M. and three gal
ons of linseed oil mixed therewith.
Wears and covers like gold. .
These Celebrated Paints are sold bI
ihe R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Editor The Manning Times:
Mr. Eli McFaddin is slowly improv
Mr. Rob McFaddin has bcen quite
ick for the past ten days.
Mrs. Lena Brown of Alcolu spent
ew days here.
Messrs Willie Burgess and Alga Rost
pent Sunday at home.
Rev. Dr. MicCoy spent Sunday after.
ioon at Mr. Eli McFaddin's.
Heavy rains have hindered corr
1anting a little. Oats and fruit have
headway now. if .lack Frost will at.
end to his own business.
The little Playe-r girl is no better.
Mr. Leon is ha:.ling logs to the neu
a- mill. lookout school teachers.
Mr. Reg Du13oses will soon begin
iew building addition to his dwelling
Sardinia March 28. 190)4.
Letter to Prof. Boyd.
Dear Sir: You are a teacher: here'
me for your boys:
If the painting costs two or threE
imes as much as thc paint, and ont
>aint goes twice as far as another. hou
nuch are those two paints worth?
If Devoe is worth $1.50 or $1.75 a gal
on. how much is the other one worth:
How muc~h is a gallon of painlt worth
The answer is: Depends on thE
The reason is: Paint isn't alway!
>aint. There are true and false pain1
How much is a short-measure gallor
vorth? How much is false paint worthi
ow much is Devoe worth?
There are millions a year in the an.
wer to this last one.
F. W. DEvoE & Co.,
Manning Hardware Company sells
Fearful Odds Against Him.
Bedridden, alone and destitute. Suel
n brief was the condition of ar. olc
oldier by name of J. J. Havens, Ver;
ailes, . For years he was tronblec
v-ith kidney disease and neither doctor!
mr medicines gave him relief. A1
ength he tried Electric bitters. It pul
rim on his feet in short order and noni
estifies. "I'm on the road to complete
ecover. Best on earth for liver anc
:idney troubles and all forms of Sitom
.ch and bowel complaints. Only 50c.
uaranteed by The R. B3. Loryea Drug
Vhy not Take a Trip This Winier Th:-ongl
Florida to Cuba?
This beautiful State and Island haL
:een brought within easy reach by the
plendid through train 'service of thE
\.tlantic Coast Line, tha great thor.
ughfare to the tropics. Winter tour
st rates are now on sale to all points ir
or~ida and to Havana.
For rates, map~s, sleeping car and
teamship accommodations, write to
W. J. CRAIG.
General Passenger Agent,
Wilmington, N. C.
"What to Say in Spanikih ar. iI.w tc
ay it" sent to any address upon re
:ep of a to-cnt. stamp.
Col. C. E. Updegr.i, ci ia
Stoniach Tron iie, azd 'jsi
The Colonel and i~s See Ara Wel Kno
Pennsylvania-- iisa Whue Wc::d Carrie
COL. C. E. UPDE.GRAFF.
Both Heartily Recommend Duffy's P
Them Health After i
The Colonel's Letter.
" It gives me great pleasure to sate that
I have just recovered from a severe att-ack
of chronic Gastritis. Nothing could be re
tained on my stomach during miy illness.
Not even milk. I was reduced from1 l5 lbs.
to 145 in 7 weeks. Nothing did me any
god. My son insisted that I should try
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, which had
cured him. It stayed on my' stomach, and
I was able to take a little milk with it. It
acted like magic, and in a few weeks I was
able to take solid food without distress. I
soon regained my weight, my stomach is
sound my general health was never better.
And I owe my cure to Duffy's Pure Malt
oC. E. UDEGAFF,39.4th St.
o medicine in the world can show a la
Malt 'Tey-over 4,000,000 complete cures
make you feel better for a while but the effect
tively cures you. 7,000 doctors prescribe it an
Dufy's alone will cure
It is s me tificalyes t
tilled from carefully s a
lected malt, and is guar
anteed absolutely free y i
from fusel oil,. so gen-f
ert14 found e other d a
It begins by ein sg
the disease germs and
driving them out of the'
system. Then alcas a fll
the diseased tissues, en
riches and purifies the
blood, and mreightns m
the circulation. Ittones
up the heart's action,h ~
quiets the nerves, andu -
CAUTION.-When you ask for Dufy's
genuine. Unscrupulous dealers, mindful of
try to mell you cheap imitations and malt w:
market for profit only, and which, far from
ful. Demand "Dufy's" and be sure you gel
illeod fro scarefulolys ony nvrnfls
lecd hemit, n t abe an c
Beware of refilled bottles.
sod by all druggists and grocers or dir
Iuf t is y ill oceserinwgo
the dsaeem an ldiena
dIng thersuat o the Cnttto n
system. ofthen alays Prtetieln
in o arenon relcest hUini
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detasl detate wildgshe fooun;
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SlbThe bes lun forerugilize.s
Beots tE mu~i~ilion. 8AWSal pork -
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:ionei fluhngo betin weakn
lungs Lie thero weeds't.s
easily deste untile you cng;
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ret l yu Ceats al o
canthat' thPtearten ndY
, Pa., Was Cured of Chronic
Son of Bronchitis, by
wn and Respected Business Men of
SWieight Wherever TheyAre Known.
C. E. "UPDEGRAFrF, JB.
ire Malt Whiskey, Which Brought
'ears of Suffering.
From the Son.
Mr. C. E. Updegrafr, .Tr., is of the firm of
LUpdegr aff & Brownell, proprietors and
managers of the New Bijou Theatre at
Reading, and of numerous other enter
crises. He says of Duffy's Pure Malt M
"For years I suffered from a bronchial
affection. Nothing the doctors gave me
seemed to do any good, and it kept gettin
worse. Final11on of the doctors advie
me to tyDuff's Pure Malt Whiskey,
which he hduefor years in his practice.
Mfy throat commenced to heal at once,, my
cough grew better, and tdyI am com
pletely cured, a picture of rbsragged
health. I cheerfully recommend Duffy's 4
to all my friends."
per list of actual cures than Duffys Pure
m 50 years. Lots of socalled ' cures"
soon passes off. Duffy's actually and pos2,0hoptsueitxcsvly
brings to the cheek the
Duffy's cures bron
c-tarrh, grip, pneumonia i
and all throat and lung
troubles; gastritis, indi-i
gestion, belching, dys
pepsia, and all stomach
'iess smalaria, andall
low fevers. And it does
it all in a quiet, easy,
.natural manner, with
/out leaving any disease
It is the only whiskey
recognized by the Gov
encht as medcin
Pure Malt Whiskey be sure yu get the
thiey esubstitutes, which are pton he
L reiesn the sick, ar positively harm
ving qualities. Dufffs Pure MatWhiskey
or bulk. Look for the trade-mark, the
in the seal over the cbork is unbroken.
pct, $1.00 a bottle. Medical booklet free.0
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ire to Whse, Wgathim Broughs
fAdntrti o n fth sat.n
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flta hyae rprdt uppfy cureronts
Vec chuts, co nsumptinoni cvryd
and vrteto islhow toath ants lun e
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ic hav endeaoe ves th d itr des t
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a / ou1t leviGS andisEase
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ear wehav canety sthen tonl whiskt.
reogized by the Gv
biske ubtituts AwiNc e pu . h
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Wrte10 Ttle. Mcinerl Peoklet free.
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TATE UOF SOUTH CARLNA.
EN uN BofiES CTTnON GNS
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W. E. JENKINSOPS
1rea Hos H Wurng Sal ei
We want everybody in Clarendon county to visit us $
in our new and handsome store, and as a special induce
ment to get the people looking our way again.
We have decided to hold a great
House Warming Sale,
Starting Saturday, March 29, and Ending 0
Saturday, April 9.
At this sale the ever-ready dollar will reveal whole
volumes to you in the way of bargains that will- surprise
LISTEN AT THIS i e
One hundred and twenty-five gross of nice Pearl But
tons in the best sizes, the kind that sells everywhere at
10c per dozen, but you get what you need at this sale at $
2c per dozen.
One hundred ,dozen Ladies' nice Embroidered and
Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, real 10c values, these are 0
yours while they last at 3c each, or two for 5c.
One hundred dozen Ladies' Pure Linen Handker
chiefs only 5c each at this sale.
Two thousand yards of nice Sea Island Homespun, $
45 inches wide, only 5c yard.
Five thousand yards best yard-wide Percales at 10c
Five thousand yards 'best Shirting Print Calicoes, 0
only 5c yard.
One hundred dozen nice Negligee Shirts, only 35c, or
three for $1.
During this sale we will make a special run of Gent's
Fine Clothing and Furnishings, Ladies' Fine Dress Goods
and Wash Goods.
Great inducements will be ,.offered in our Millinery 0
Fifty dozen Ladies' nice Tape Neck Gauze Vests at
the old price of 5c each.
Great values will be offered in White Goods and 0
Wash goods of every kind.
All of our 6-, 81 and 10c Embroideries and Insertings $
will be put down in one big pile at 5c yard. $
All of our 121, 15 and 20c Embroideries will be put $
down in one pile at 10c per yard.
This will be a great season for narrow V0l. Laces.
R thCe o t ra in wo will nffr in La s at this sale. W
If you need a nice Easter Suit it will pay you to see what
we have to offer you.
One hundred real Silk Umbrellas, for Men and La
dies, sold at $1.50, but these are yours at $1 each.
Five dozen Ladies' $2 and $2.50 Silk Umbrellas going
at $1.75 during this sale. .
Remember the date of our great Sale STARTING 5
SATURDAY, MARCH 26, AND ENDING SATURDAY,
W. E. JENKINSON.f
Murray's Horehound Mullein and Tar is composed of
the most effective remedies known for curing coughs,
colds, la grippe, sore throat and all affections due to in
flamed and irritated condition of the air passages. It is
prompt in affording relief and certain in its effect of has
tening a cure.
may be used to advantage in cases where other medicines
have failed. It is pleasant, purely vegetable and abso
lutely safe for old and young. Nothing else like it in all.
the world. It should have a place in every house, ready
at hand when needed. Parents will find its effect magical
in cases of croup. It has remarkable virtue in controll
ing the paroxysms of whooping cough.
Price 25c. Guaranteed satisfactory to every purchaser.
AT DRUG STORES.
Prepared by the Murray Drug Co.. Columbia, S. C.
Why Use Many Words to Tell You That o
They have the Best Facilities, use the Best Materials,
and maintain the highest reputation for the
evenness and value of their Fertilizers.
gh~e Virginia-Car!olinla Chemnical Co.
CHARLEST~ON, S. C.
TO THE TINES OFFICE.