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MANING, S. C., AUG. 10, 1904.
Publishes All County and Town Of ficial Advertisements. Advertisers will please re member that copy for a change of ad. MUsT be in this office by Saturday Noon in order to insure publication the following week. Manning Street Car Schedule. Leave Central Hotel corner 9:00 a. m. and 6:45 p. m. for the passenger trains. and the car will also meet the freight trains. Arrangements have been made with the agent at depot to tele phone when freight trains are approaching Manning. Fare. 10 cents each war. important News Items. Those who need or are going to buy Furniture any time in the near future will do well to see our large line of Fur niture now on display. Our Furniture is sold on the depart ment store plan, which means that we sell Furniture much cheaper than the regular furniture dealer can sell it. Any way you call and see our Furniture and compare prices and the order is ours. All Summer Dry Goods are being closed out at sacrifice prices. Don't fail to see the great values we have to offer on our bargain counters. Do you like to buy Remnants? You can get all you want at our store at COST. We have just gone through our stock and thrown out all Remnants and we are closing them out at COST. W. E. JENKINSON CO. Mr. Joe Wells is at Glenn Springs this week. Mr. J. W. Rigby spent Monday in Charleston. Dr. C. B. Geiger has returned home from his summer vacation. Rev. J. 0. Gough has gone to Elloree to conduct a series of meetings. Miss Sallie Ingram left last Thursday to visit friends in Spartanburg. Mrs. W. Scott Harvin returned home this morning from her pleasure trip. Mrs. W. B. Dickson and Mrs.. M. E. Burgess are at Hendersonville, N. C. Mr. Joe H. Montgomery of Birming ham, Ala., spent last Thursday in Man ning. We regret to learn that Mr. Joe Epps is very ill with typhoid fever at Mouzon's. Miss Bertha Pierson of Workman, is in Manning visiting the family of Mr. G. D. Smith. . -Misses Nellie and Mamie Chandler of sumter are visiting the family of Mr. S-. 3. Bowman. Hon. R. J. Kirk of the Kingstree Bar was in Manning last Monday on professional business. Married today in New York, Mr. M. Heiden and-Miss Minnie Paget, a sister of Mrs. D. Hir-schmann. The Mims and Griffin families of this county had .a very enjoyable picnic at Reynolds mill last Friday. Messrs. J. Elbert Davis and E. B. Brown spent last Sunday witn our sol dier boys in camp at Columbia. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Briggs returned yesterday to their home in Darlington, accompanied by Mrs. J. 0. Gough. Mr. J. H. Brown was called home from camp in Columbia last Saturday by the illness of one of his children. The Rev. Dr. Fitch of Greenville, wili preach at Dudley Baptist church next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Died last Wednesday at Turbeville, Sallie Welch, adopted daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. M. Vassar, aged 6 years. There will be preaching a Fellowship church next Sunday at 4:00 p. m. by Rev. M. A. Connors. The public cor dially invited. Manning's merchant prince, Mr. W. E. Jenkinson has gone to Glenn Springs to rest before going to market to pur chase his fall stock.. There will be childrens day picnic at the "Old Mother church," at Johnsons X roads-in Salem August 20th. The public .is invited. Mr. A. Loryea, accompanied by his daughters, Mrs. M. L Barnett, Miss Annie Loryea and his son Mr. I. M. Loryea left yesterd~ay for Saluda. The sheriff received on last Thursday a warrant for the arrest of Robert Stukes, colored, charged with murder. Stukes is supposed to have left the State. The farmers every where are comn -laining of a blight that is seriously affecting their cotton, and in some places a considerale damage to the crop has been done. There was a Sunday school picnic last Friday at Mr. Theodore Holladay's near Foreston, at which there was a large attendance. Capt. D. J. Brad ham delivered an address. A musical entertainment will be iven August 12 at the Pine wood school Eouse for the benefit of the Methodist church. Admision 10c. performance begins 8:30. Refreshments will be served.. The new county board of dispensary control, composed of E. S. Ervin, W. H. Muldrow and B. F. Ridgill met last Saturday and organized, W. H. Mul drow was elected chairman and E. S. Ervin clerk. The rain and wind did considerable damage last Sunday night on the road between Manning and Jordan. Trees were blown down across the road, tele phone line was torn up, corn knocked down, and several outbuildings will have 'to be repaired. Mrs. D. Hirschman is at the northern markets perfecting herself in the mil linery fashions, and purchasing fall and winter goods. Already large shipments of purchases have arrived, and Mr. Hirschman is opening up and -getting ready for a large fall business. The Misses Coney who have been visiting the family of Mr. C. R. Harvin returned to Summerton Monday. ac* companied by Miss Loulye Harvin. They will remain there for the Tindal Anderson marriage. The Misses Coney are charming young .ladies of St. George's, and made quite an impres sion in Manning. Their many friends hope to see th~em here again soon. We are informed that the lot be tween where Mr. Hirschmnan lives, and Mr. C. R. Sprott's residence, contain ing about three eights of an acre was sold by Mr: Frank Rawlinson to Mr. C. R.~Sprott for $600. Alaska is not the only place where gold has been discoveed, we have a veritable Klon dike in Manning. Artesian water and clayed streets enhances the value of verything Last Sunday afnernoon on the Sumter road in the Fork section large numbers of negroes coming from Sumter made themselves very obnoxious with their drunken whoops on the public high way. Some of the same gang passed through Manning, but they -had sense enough to be quiet here, knowing the police would have taken them in. We favor the rural police idea tnat has been suggested. We received a card from the lpot master at Workman informing us that last week's TiES did not reach that place. Why it did not get there we cannot understand as the Workman package wrs sent from this oflice in the usual way. There is something wrong with th'at mail route. The mail for Workman goes from here to Kings tree where it is transferred to a star route. and not having heard of other packages failing to reach their desti nation, we conclude that the Workman bundle was put out at the wrong oflice. What a deep interest men take in the country through which they travel when they become candidates for ottice. To make votes, scheming politi cians can resort to all manner of de vices, but the people are on to these tricks and while some may still ha fooled by them. a vast majority will not. They ask themselves the question Why do not these men interest them selves in our atTairs when they are not candidates?" Last Thursday while at his breakfast table Mr. R1. J. Aycock. a highly es teemed farmer of the Davis Station section was stricken with paralysis. from which attack he lingered until Sunday morning. The deceased was about 76 years of age. He was a man who took a lively interest in public affairs. He was a veteran of the war between the States, a member of Co. I, 23rd regiment. The funeral took place at the Shorter burial ground near Beth lehem church near Davis on Monday morning. Rev. W. I. Herbert of Sum merton officiated. There was a large attendance. Died in Manning yesterday, Mrs. Mary J. Plowden, wife of Mr. H. D. Plowden, aged 47 years. The funeral took place this morning in the Pres byterian church, of which she was a devoted member. Rev. .1. M. Holladay conducted the service. The interment took place in the Manning cemetery. The deceased was a woman of culture and force of character, kindly disposi tion, a strong friend, and a generous nature, ever willing to lend an active support to any uplifting cause. Mrs. Plowden will be missed by many out side of her family circle. The pall bearers were: J. T. Stukes, L. H. Har vin. W. C. Davis, A. I. Barron, Dr. C. B. Geiger and P. B. Thames. Mr. J. W. Heriot, funeral director. Rev. W. T. Williams pastor of the eolored N ethodist church of this place, had a thrilling experience last Satur day night. He was standing before his mirror in his bed room at the parson age, when some oae from the back yard fired a pistol shot at him, the ball barely missing him and lodged in the wall. He naturally was startled at what he regarded an attempt to assas sinate him, and fearing that his hidden enemy would fire again he got down upon his knees and crawled into an ad joining room, and gave the alarm Policeman Washington went to him, but no one could be found. Rev. Wil lams is a very qieet and polite citizen and it is surprising that a man of his demeanor should have such an enemy. There seems to be a disposition on the part of the railroad authorities to not be willing to accommodate the patrons at this shipping point, in the way of providing more adequate plat form facilities. Mxr. J. S. Plowdon. the public cotton weigher has made several efforts to induce the railroad company to add to the present .plat form so as to have every convenience for the rapid handling of cotton, and up to the present he has been met with refusal. As we understand the law, a public weigher can weigh the cotton and leave it 50 feet from the railroad, and the company will have to accept it. If this is correct we think the company is standing in its own way when it refuses to go to the expense of enlarging their present platform, be cause if the cotton is dropped 50 feet| from the railroad it will cost the com-1 pany a great deal more to load it upon their cars than the cost of the plat form. Mfanninst bids fair to ship more cotton tbis season ^than ever before, and on account of the public weighing system very little of the cotton will be held in the merchants lots as has here tofore been the case, but it will go di rect to the railroad, and any reason able man knows full well the platform facilities are not sufficient to accommo date the demand. "TEETHINA" always soothes and then It also cures the baby when All else has failed: and 'tis true It often saves a life for you. "TEETHINA" cures cholera-infan tum, overcomes and counteracts the ef fects of the summer's heat, aids dives tion, regulates the bowels and costs 25 cents at druggists. [45-2t Card. Summerton, S. C.. August 9, 1904. To my Fellow Citizens of Clarendon County: Under present circumstances it would be impracticable for me to meet cam paign appointments, and I therefore decline to enter the race for re-election to the Legislature. Thanking you for past kindnesses. Your obedient servant, JNO. C. LANHAM. DeWitt is the Name. When you go to buy Witch Hazel Salve look for the name DEWITT onl every box. The pure, unadulterated Witch Hazel Salve, which is the best salve in the world for cuts, burns bruises, boils, eczema and piles. The popularity of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, due to its many cures, has caused numerous worthless counterfeits to be placed on the market. The genuine bears the name E. C. DeWitt & Co., Chicago. Sold by The R. B. Lotryea Drug Store. We May Yet Get a New Depot. Wilmington, N. C., Aug. 4, 1904. Messrs. W. E. Jenkinson, S. A. Rigby, J. H. Rigby, et al, Manning, S. C. Dear Sirs:-Your petition of June 24, which was received at the office of our Fourth Vice President on August 3rd in regard to improving station facili t.ies at Manning. has been referred to me. I shall be alad to look into this ques tion and will let you hear from me further as early as practicable. Yours truly, W. N. ROYAL, Gene ral Superintendent. Hump -Back SCOTTS EMULSION wont make a *humnp back straight, neither wall it make 'a shiort leg long, but it feeds soft bone 4 and heals diseased bone and is among* the few genuine means of recovery in rickets and bone consumption. Send for free sample. S SCOTT~ & BOWNE, Chemists, Soc. and $s.co; all druggists.e ok Religioas Notice. Service will be held at the Episcopal church at Summerton at the following hours on Sunday: Morning prayer and sermon at 11 a.m. Evening prayer and address at 8:30 p. M. Sunday-school at 10 a. m. The public is invited to attend all the services. REV . P. M. MARSHALL. Rector. Mysterious Circumstance. one was pale and sallow and the other fresh and rosy. Whence the dif ference? She who is blushing with health uses Dr. King's New Life Pills to maintain it. By gently arousing the lazy organs they compel good digestion and head' oft constipation. Try them. Ouly 25z., at The 1. B. Loryea Drug Store. C: A S3 T OI:F XA . B th The Kind You Have Always Bought Why They Wnited. A story is told which couples the names of Princess Mathilde and the great painter Gerome. The princess and the painter had both been invited to a dinner party. The princess arrived punctually; the painter tarried until long after the dinner hour was past The guests concealed their impatience as best they could, imtil at last the princess suddenly said: "Why, I nearly forgot. Only this morning I received a telegram from Gerome, who is in Spain. He is unable to come tonight." "But why did you not tell us before, princess?" cried all the guests together, "Because I was not yet hungry." Old English Customs. Sir Walter Besant's study of old Eng Lish customs shows that the doctors of several centuries ago prescribed for fevers "a cold water affuslon" with drinking of asses' milk. When the queen was ill in 1663 they shaved her head and applied pigeons to her feet. Powdered mummy. for a long time was considered to be a specific against dis eases. It is said that the reason it went out of use was that dealers took to embalming bodies and ,then sold them for genuine ancient mummies. Best You Have Always Bought Signmtr of BUSINESS LOCALS. The Furniture Man, Levi Block. [tf Wood's Wheat Seed is the best. ['he R. B. Lorvea Drug Store. Plant Wood's tested and true Wheat eed. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Who are the Graduate Druggists of summerton? See ad. of the Prescrip ,ion Drug Store. The winnin'g number is 1601 for the Dinner Set in Cherry Color Coupons at . Hirschmann's. Who are the Graduate Druggists of summerton? See ad. of The Prescrip .lon Drug Store. If you need Belting and Mill Sup lies, Dickson Hardware Co. is the lace to buy them. Who are the Graduate Druggists of ummerton? See ad. of The Prescrip on Drug Store. See our cut rates on Buggies for 60 as. We must make room for our fall ~toek. W. P. Hawkins & Co. Who are the Graduate Druggists of ~ummerton? See ad. of The Prescrip on Drug Store. Salesladies Wanted - By Schwartz ros. of Sumter, S. C. Only those hay ng experience need apply. Address at ince.[46-2t You can save money by purchasing a ice Buggy from us now at a reduced rice: must have room. W. P. Haw ins & Co. Who are the Graduate Druggists of summerton? See ad. of The Prescrip ion Drug Store. Should the heavy and continued rains ut your crops short, just trade with ickson Hardware Co. and you will still ome out ahead. Never lag behind, keep up with the imes. Buy a fine Buggy from W. P. awkins & Co. at a reduced price now: elp us and we help you. Nothing lik~e it in town. Be sure to see those handsome Buggies at W. P. awkins & Co.'s before they are all sold, else you will miss a bargain. For Sale-One 15-horse engine, one 20-horse boiler, one 70-saw Pratt Gin, ne "Reliable'" ball-bearing press, ne grist mill, shafting, pulleys, etc. Apply to R. L. Bell. [46-2t Nothing like a stylish Buggy in tak ing your " best " to ride. You can get it from W. P. Hawkins & Co. at a re uced price for 60 days in order to make room for our large, full stock. Come early. For Sale-167 acres of land in Har mony township, adjoining lands of You mans and Nelson, said tract has about 75 acres cleared, with a four room ten ant house. Particulars ap)ply to this otlice Don't fail to visit The Manning Gro :ery Co. on Tuesday, August 16th, to see the free demonstration to be given by the National Biscuit Co. Samples >f their goods will be distributed to persons calling on that date.* For Sale, one lot at Jordan containing 2 acres.5 room dwelling, good garden, and orchard, barn and stables. a store ouse, 20x30 feet, gin house 35x50 feet, two stories, and two tenant houses. lbis is a bargain Apply to Louis Ap pelt. For Sale-A rubber tire buggy. har ness, roller-top desk, some household furniture, the surgical chair and outfit of the late Dr. J. M. Fladger. Those interested will please call at Alsbrook residence duriaz the last ten days of August. D. 0. Rhamne, proprietor of Rhame's Drug Store, is a licensed Druggist and a member of the State Pharmaceutical Association, with eighteen (18) years' continuous experience compounding prescriptigns. Further comment is un necessary. [45-2t Wanted at Once-A man who is hon est and can furnish good recommenda tions to sell the New improved Singer Sewing Machine. Experience not nec essarv. Liberal contract. Address The Singer Sewing' Machine Store, 1326 Main str-eet, Columbia, S. C. [46-2t The Times DOES NEAT Job Printing. IVE TT A TTRIALT. CANDIDATEW CARDS. SOLICITOR. I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CANDIDACY for re-election to the oflice of Solicitor of the Third Judicial Circuit, subject to the rules of the Democratic party. JH S QL * HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN didate for re-election to the House of Repre lentatives. subject to the rules of the Demo cratic primary. R. S. DEsCHAMPS. HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN didate for the House of Representatives. Nubject to the rules of the primary. W. J. IULDROW. I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN didate for the House of Representatives from Clarendon County. subject to the rules of the Democratic primary. D. LUTHER GREENE. BEG TO ANNOUNCE TO THE PEOPLE of Clarendon County that I am a candidate for the Lower House of Representatives. sub joct to the primary. DR. 1. M. WOODS. UPON ENTERING THE RACE FOR THE Legislature it seems that the candidate should declare himself upon the questions he intends to agitate affecting the interests of his county. so that the voters may know what measures so well as what men they will be called upon to support: and although they may not agree entirely with him. they will at least admire his candor. To that end I invite criti cism of my past record. and declare to the Dem ocratic voters of Clarendon that if elected I shall advocate the following: All measures prohibiting fraud in party pri maries and conventions. The application of so much of the dispensary profits as are necessary to the running of all the white public schools the full term and sup plying the children with free use of books. Compelling railroad companies to fulfill the conditions of their charters. i. e.. furnish better passenger schedules and cars and freight rates. so that the people living off main lines may not be discriminated against. Placing more absolutely under government control and providing severer peialties for the trafficking in and unlawful carrying and trans porting of knucks. dirks. pistols and liquor. And modifying the lien law so as to stop its demoralizing effect upon farm labor. M. C. GALLUCHAT. July 6. 190-4. H AVING FAITH AND CONFIDENCE IN the Hon. George R. Jones to faithfully and sincerely perform the duties of a legislator. we his neighbors and intimate acquaintances here by nominate him for the House of Representa tives from Clarendon County in the coming Democratic primary election. the rules and reg ulations of which he agrees to abide. MANY VOTERS. CLERK OF COURT. HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN didate for Clerle of Court of Clarendon County, subject to the rules of the Democratic primary. ARCHIE I. BARRON. HEREBY, ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN didate for re-election to the office of Clerk of Court. subject to the rules of the primary. J. H. TIMMONS TO THE VOTERS OF CLARENDON ,O.: T Upon the solicitations of triends I hereby announce myself a candidate for the position of Clerk of Court for Clarendon County, subject to the rules of the Democratic primary. C. M. MASON. ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CANDIDATE for the office of Clerk of Court Clarendon Coun ty. subject to the rules of the Democratic pri mary. JAMES M. WINDRAM. I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN didate for the office of Clerk of Court, sub ject to the rules of the Democratic party. My motto shall be. Honesty, strict attention to bus iness and straightforward integrity. ANDREW P. BURGESS. I ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CANDIDATE for the office of Clerk of Court, in accordance with the rules of the Democratic party. C. R. FELDER. AUDITOR. I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN didate for Auditor Clarendon County, sub ject to the rules of the Democratic primary. W. J. TROUBLEFIELD. BESING CONFIDENT THAT I HAVE given faihfu sevic, Iask the people for re election to the offce of County Auditor, subject to the Democratic party rules. E. C. DICKSON. SHERIFF. I EEB NNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN diaefrSheriff of Clarendon County. sub ect to the rules of the Democratic primary. L. L. WELLS I ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CANDIDATE for heocofSheriff, subject to the rules of he Democratic party. I was born and reared n Clarendon and have always endeavored to be worthy citizen in private as well as public. - E. D. HODGE. HEEYANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN diaefrSheriff of Clarendon County, sub ject to the rules of the Democratic primary. S. J. CLARK.1 SUBJECT TO THE RULES OF THE DEM ocratic primary, I announce myself a candi - ate for the offce of Sheriff of Clarendon County. E. B. GAMBLE. April 2f, 1904. 'TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS: SUB Sjet to the rules of the Democratic party I anounce myself a candidate for the offce of Sheriff of Clarendon County. E. R. PLOWDEN. SUBJECT TO THE RULES OF THE DEM ocratic primary I announce myself a candi date for re-election to the offce of Sheriff of, Clarendon County for the second term. J. ELBERT DAVIS. TREASURER. W7ITH GRATEFUL ACKNOWLEDGMENT E Vto my fellow-citizenis of Clarendon Coun t~y for their confidence and unvarying kindness in the past, I announce myself for re-election to r the offce of County Treasurer, subject to the J primary election. -S. J. BOWMAN. SUPERVISOR.t I EEYANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN diaefrCounty Supervisor. subject to the 1 rules of the Democratic primary. E. C. HORTON. t IAM A CANDIDATE FOR THE OFFICE of County Supervisor under the rules and regulations of the Democratic party..promising i elected to give my personal attention to the offce. J. H. JOHNSON. TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF Clar- - -endon County: After being solicited by friends throughout the county to enter the race for County Supervisor again, I hereby announce myself a candidate for that offce, subject to the 3 rules of the Democratic primary, promising if elected to give faithful service. HENRY L. JOHNSON. IANOUNCE MYSELF A CANDIDATE FOR. re-election to the offce of Supervisor of Cla endon County, subject to the rules of the Demo cratic primary. T. C. OWENS. SUPERINTENDENT EDUCA TION. IHEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CANDIDACY in the coming primary for re-election to the ilee of County Superintendent of Education S. P. HOLLADAY. SUBJECT TO THE RULES OF THE DEM .ocratic primary I announce myself a candi dam: for Superintendent of Education of Clar endon County. S. L. THOMPSON. TOTHE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF Clar endon County: I announce myself a candi date for the offce of County Superintendent of Education. subject to the action of the Demo cratic primary. JEFF. M. DAVIS. IHEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSElLF A CAN didate for the offce of Superintendent of . Education of Clarendon County. subject to the I rules of the Democratic primary. F. EARLE BRADHAM. CORONER. IN NOING MYSELF A CANDIDATE fo h meof Coroner I solicit the votes of all Democrats in the coming primary, pledging myself to abide the result of same. S. L. STIDHAM. TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF Chi endon: Being confident of my ability to conduct the ofmce of Coroner intelligently, I an nounce myself a candidate for that offce, sub ject to the rules of the Democratic party, prom ising if elected to make a careful study of the law that I may render effcient service. WILLIE D. YOUNG. THE OTEROF CLARENDON COUNTY ar aldupon to vote for a man to fill the ofce of Coroner. That offce should be tilled by a stright, up-and-down. pious and sober man. and I beinge such a man. offer myself as a can didate for the position. subject to the rules of the Democratic party. JOHN F". PACK. IHEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN didate for Coroner of Clarendon County.sub ject to the rules of the Democratic primary. C. D. SMITH. MAGISTRATE AT MANNING. I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN didate for the offce of Magistrate located at the court house, subject to the rules of the Dem ocrtic party. JUNIUS M. STRANGE. I EEYANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN didate for the office of Magistrate at Man ning. subject to the rules of the Democratic pri mary- THOS. H. RIDGEWAY. IHEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CANDIDACYi foi- re-election to the offce of Magistrate at the court house-.- S. M. YOUMANS. MAGISTRATE IN SALEM. IAM A CANDIDATE FOR THE OFFICE of Magistrate in Salem. pledging myself to abide the decision of the primary D. 0. RHAME Proprietor of Rhane's - - ,Drug, Store, is a hi censed Druggist and a member of the State Phar aceutical Association, with eighteen (18) years' CONTINUoUs experience compounding prescrip- - tions. Further comment is unnecessary. I Mail Orders. It pays others to send orders to RHAME'S DRUG STORE for their wants. Perhaps it would pay you. Send for your medicine, prescriptions or Toilet Articles. Y You will be attended to and as promptly waited on as if - on were present. We oceapy a strictly neutral position as to physi eians, as not one shares in the profits or is connected in any way with our store, so our customers can rest as sured that we will, in cases of emergency call either doe tor for them with pleasure. - The proprietor, D. 0. Rhame, is always actually - present in the store or in telephonic communication, ready to attend to all matters where superior skill is re quired. All persons who would prefer that the proprie tor fill his or her prescription are guaranteed that their wish will be respected, if they will say so. Rhame's Drug Store, 5ummerton, S. C. FLY PAPER BARGAIN, 35 cents per box of twenty-five double sheets. We have just received an ouer supply, and wish to reduce stock, so offer at 35 cents per box till further notice. A FEW NICELY BOUND NOVELS at 35 cents for summer reading. CUT GLASS SILVERWARE AND CHINA, for Wedding Present supplied at short notice. Let us show you samples and prices. SUMMER DRINKS. Ginger Ale made either with the famous Glenn Springs water or the celebrated White Stone Lithia Springs water or the well known Buffalo Lick Springs water. These refreshing beverages will tone your system, per haps, and benefit you even though you have no kidney or liver trouble. RHAME'S DRUG STORE. PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, for Houses, Furniture, Buggies, Carriages, etc., at Rhame's Drug Store, SUMMERTON, S. C. ONE THOUSAND FRUIT JARS AND JELLY TUMBLERS. Best made. Must be sold. RHAME'S DRUG STORE. PEOPLEFS WAREHO0US] jnlanninig, S. C., For the Sale of Leaf Tobacco, Will Open for Business Monday, August First. We desire to express our sincere thanks to-the tobacco gr< rs for the liberal patronage given us in the past. We look for tobacco to bring good living prices this seasi ~he leaf is short so prices will be good. We want to handle your Tobacco and we know the only v o do this is to pay each man the HIGHEST MARKET PRIG or his Tobacco every tiiine lie places it on our floor, not to g Lim more than it is worth today and take it for nothing the n ime he comes. Now, friend, we ask that you Give Us a Trial Load. Ve will do our very best to satisfy you. Again thanking you for your past patronage and askibg t 'ou stand by us this season we beg to remain .Your friends, People's Warehouse Co R. D. GLARKC. Hardware. Our stock of Spring :and Summer Hardware is now complete and' avite your inspection. We have a nice assortment of Ice Cream Freezers, four of the bestI erns. Water Coolers, Ice Shavers anid Picks. - We hav-e a large and beautiful of HAMMOCKS, FLOWER POTS AND CHURNS. Boys, remember we are leadei BASEBALL GOODE FISHING CANES. LINES, HO( AND BOBS. HOUSEKEEPERS, we have just received another load of the famous Garland Sheffield Stoves and Ranges. HOUSEBUILDERS, Rememiber we will sav e y ou mc when .ou nt.:l LOCKS, HIN&ES, NAILS, TIN, PAINT, LEAD AND OILS. FAMRAERS, Ve are still in the fight and are waiting to help you kill the grass by ng you tools of the best quality. Let prices decide. Yours for business, DICKSON JIUD ARE COMPAN' . C- HORTON, JR. T. MITCHELL WELLS. Brand New Shoes. Our mammoth stock of new Shoes for the coming season is fast putting in their appearance and we need room to accommodate them, so we will continue to cut deep the prices on all Oxfords and Low Shoes in order to make the required shelf room, but we will also, if you prefer, sell youa pair of coming season Shoes at the lowest price |consistent with good, solid leather Shoes. I Brand New Queen Quality Shoes for Ladies in the new lasts and toes. This is the shoe- where style, quality and elegance reign supreme. Suppose you try a pair if you are not already a customer. All Summer Goods must and-shall go at the prices we are offering them now. One case of Bleach Long Cloth, some count as Fruit.of the Loom. It is from the new bleachery in our own State, and we are offering the lot at 8c yard. If you need Bleaching you should see this lot. Yours for greater business, MUTUAL DRY GOODS COMPAY New Store. S LUTHER MciNTOSH. W. MINTER TURER. ii ENKINSON CoMPANY'S ClearanceSale. Those who have not attended our great Clearance Sale of all Summer Goods will do well to call on us, as we are offering some 'great bargains to close out all Sum mer Stuff. Are you interested in a splendid line_ of Negligee 9Shirts for Men? If so here is your chance. We have gone through our Shirt stock and thrown out all odds and ends and put them in one pile on our Bargain Counters and selling them at a great sacrifice. Ladies, don't forget that we are holding out great in ducements in our Millinery Department. If you need a - nice Hat you can get just what you need at our store. College Boys and Girls. Boys and girls. who are preparing to go to college this fall, can get' Trunks and Blankets and all kinds of we Bed Furnishings at our store. We carry the largest stock of Trunks and Suit Oases and Traveling Bags to be found i- in this county. If you need a nice, substantial Trunk. come and see us. li Furniturfe Departmrent. 'inWe have now in stock one of the most complete stocks of Furniture and Housefurnishing Goods to be. found in this market.( Call and see our line of Furniture and get our prices.C )KS It will pay everybody to attend our great Clearance Sale and take advantage of the great values we are offer ing. eyWnB.JNISO O 11- -