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IANNING, S. C., MAY 17. 1905.
Publishes All County and Town Of ficial Advertisements. Advertisers will picase re - member that copy for a change of ad. MUST be in this otice by Saturday Noon in order to insure uublication the following week. A Big Deal in Printed Wash Goods and White Goods. Having closed out several hundred pieces of Printed Wash Goods and very sheer White.Goods at sensation ally low prices, we are able to name prices on Summer Wash Stuff and White Goods at prices less than it usualiy costs the retailer. An inspection of our immense stock of Summer Wash Goods will con vince you that we have yalues that you can't get elsewhere. A large line of Printed Wash Goods in the most beautiful shadidgs and patterns; value 20c yard, our price loc. A large lot of Mercerized Striped Waist Goods, exquisite designs and colorings; value 25c, our price 12 1-2c and 15c yard. It will pay you to see what we have to offer in White Goods, beautiful 40 inch India Lawns, St and loc. Another big deal. Forty dozen Ladies' Trimmed Hats-480 hats in all-that we can and are offering less than they can be bought in a regu lar way at wholesale. Nice Trimmed Hats at 75e, $1 and $1.25 each. Ladies, it will surprise you to see what great values these fiats are. W. E. JENKINSON CO. Miss Annabelle Heriott of Columbia is here with relatives. Dr. L. W. Nettles and wife of Fores ton was in town yesterday. Mr. J. H. Windham, of Foreston, spent yestereay in Manning. Mrs. Abe Weinberg of Camden is visiting her husband's parents here. . We learn that Auditor E. C. Dickson contemplates a trip to California this week. Mr. Andrew P. Burgess is assisting Auditor Dickson with the making up of the tax books. The daily influx of travelling sales men coming to this town is a harvest for the hotels. - Mr. T. J. Stukes has our thanks for a couple of the finest cabbage we have seen this season. The unveiling cereiionies of the Woodmen will take place next Sunday at 4 o'clock p...m. Died last Friday Nancy Smith, an old "mauma" who had many friends among the white mothers of this town. Died last Saturday Abbie Stewart another one of the old issue, who was w611 thought of by the white people. Mrs. J. A. Burgess and children of Summerville are in Manning visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stukes. The music for the school commence ment will be good. The practicing, for the occasion is going on every evening. It is gratifying to note that Major H. B. Richardson of Fulton, has returned homb~ from the Columbia hospital much impiroved. Mrs. J. N. Robson of Buffalo, S.. C., a arrvedin Manninglast evening on visit to her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Breedin. 30 only, of 'the "Old Folks" Bibles left sent on receipt of .$1. Be in time. H. W. Finlayson. 456 Broadway, New York, N. Y. Rev. J. M. Holladay left last Monday for Fort Worth, Texas where he will attend the Presbyterian General As sembly as a delegate. Dr. W. J. McKay of Mayesville will preach at New Harmony church next Saturday at 11 a. m. Regular services on Sunday by the pastor. Married last Wednesday by Rev. S. D. Bailey at -the Methodist parsonage at Jordan, Mr. Asbury Felder and Miss Kate Sprott; daughter of Mr. Julius* -Sprott. Died last Saturday Pearle, an 18 months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Venning. The body was laid away in the Manning cemetery Sunday morning. This is one week the editor would have liked to shift his work upon some one with a more active thinking appar atus, as his seems to have become clogged with rust. We believe a small ice plant in this town would be a paying investment. There are hundreds of dollars sent away from here every season for ice whichcould be kept here. Several young men at Snmmerton engaged in the game of "prison base" one evening last week, which resulted in Mr. W. J. Muldrow getting hurt so that he has to walk with crutches. We'-heard an enticingly moulded widow say yesterday that the young merr of this town are exceedingly slow, and even the widoivers are not as rapid in action as they are in imagina tion. The closing mercises of Oak Grove school will be held on Thursday and Friday evenings May 25 and 20. Dr. Daniel of Columbia will make an ad dress on Friday evening. The public is invited. We would ask our county correspon dents to send in matter, for the past two weeks they have not been doing much for us, and THE TIMES' readers are more anxious to read their letters than they are our editorials. The couneil had a liquor selling case before it last Monday but dismissed it for lack of evidence. We do not be lieve there are any regular blind tigers here, but there is whiskey, beer or malt selling every Sunday which should have the attention of the au thorities. Died at Camden last Friday night, Mr. W. T. Reddick, a former citizen of this town. The body was brought to Manning and interred in the Strange family burial ground Sunday. The deceased was the father of Mrs. T. J. Stukes, and he leaves a widow who is a daughter of Mr. Harvey Strange We direct attention to the page ad. of S. L.'Krasnoff, the furniture man, in this issue. Mr. Krasnoff appreciates the value of proper advertising and at this season of the year when buying is rather duli, he comes out in an attrac tive advertisment which will make an impression upon those who are wanting goods in his line. What has become of Manning's board trade? Surely the business men of this town are not going to throw away this organizationbecause forsooth, the ~world has not changed its course, and forced the world's business here in a day. No town in this progressive age can make the proper strides if its business men shut themselves up in a shell of seltishness, and that is what we are doing here-shutting ourselves ,m in a shell of selfishness. In our last issue we stated that the Sumter Insurance Agency had bought out the insurance.business of the late F. N. Wilson which we thought was the case, but which we afterwards learned is misleading. The insurance business of the late F. N. Witson was bought by Mr. T. Harby Moses. who has organized the F. N. Wilson u1nur ance Agency and who will have per sonal charge of the business. Mr. Moses has moved to Manning and proposes to become one of our citizens wich we are sure will be to our towu*s advan tage, as he is a thorough goinug busi ness man. a gentleman and ;u every way worthy to be commended to our people. He proposes to conduct in this town an insurance agency the equal of any in the State and being an insurance man of long experience we have no doubt but that he will make his ven ture a happy success. Time Tried and Merit Proven. One Minute Cough Care is right on time when it comes to curing coughs, croup, whooping cough, etc. It is per fectly harmless, pleasant to take and is the children's favorite cough syrup. For sale by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. The election which was to have been held last Saturday for three trustees for the Manning special school district, failed to come off, because the mana gers requested to act did not make their appearance. Mr. Muldrow had moved away, Mr. . I. Appelt was in Charleston and Mr. Shelby Davis de clined to act by himself. There is no law compelling the election, and the County Board of Education has the right to appoint the trustees, and now, since they have given the taxpayers of the district an opportunity to nominate a board of trustees and the opportunity wasnot taken advantage of, no one has the right to complain, matters not who the county board appoints. We will, however, suggest to the board, that in selecting three men to manage this district, it should be done ith a view to getting men who will take an interest in the school, men who are broad-manded and public-spirited. So far as we have hesrd there are no complaints ofthe present board, but under the laws of this State it is doubt ful if Mr. D. M. Bradham has a legal right to be a trustee and mayor at the sametime, and at his request his name is not to be considered for reappoint ment: therefore the county board must select some one in Mr. Bradham's place, even if they decide to reappoint the others. There have been several names mentioned, among them Captain W. C. Davis: whether he will accept we do not know, but should he be -ap pointed and does accept, the board of trustees will have a valuable member and one who is capble of giving the school excellent service. "I Thank God!" cried Hannah Plant, - of Little Rock, Ark., "for the relief I got from Buck len's Arnica Salve. It cured my fearful running sores which nothing else would heal, and from which I had suffered for fire years." It is a marvelous healer for cuts. burns and wounds. Guaranteed at The R. B. Loryea Drug Store: 25c. Packsville School Closing. The Paxville Academy, one of Clar endon's best schools, closed its 1904 )5 session last Friday evening with ap propriate exercises. The building was filled with an interested audience, and rr. Brown Corbett acted as master of eremonies. Professor Davis, the prin ipal, unexpectedly to his patrons, left or Colorado that morning, and Miss Euggins, one of the assistants left that ternoon for Fort Mill. Thus leaving he entire responsibility of conducting he exhibition to Miss Eva Curtis, who did the honorsof the occasion well. The music was conducted by Miss urtis. Miss Bessie Corbett read a magnificiently written essay on "En husiasm." There was in this paper an exhibition of rare literary talent, nd we predict for this young lady a areer iin the literary world which will bring her fame and fortune. The annual address was delivered by Captain W. C. Davis of the Manning bar, and for about one-half hour the speaker had the riveted attention of an ppreciative audience. His subject was "The Value of a Kick," and while it was a; times humorous. there was all the way through it valuable informa .tion. It was an epitome of Biblical, ancient, and modern history, and paint ed in words to make the student hun er for a knowledge of the things re cited by the speaker. Captain Davis' address was eloquent, interesting and instructive. After the address the annual* contest medal was presented to Miss Nonie Corbett,- who wears the honor of having won this prize three consecutive times. Miss Corbett will not contest for this medal next session, as she has finished her labors in the -Paxville school and will probably go to college; we hope that when she returns the medal back to the school at the opening of the next session, the trustees and the teachers will impress its value upon the scholars, so that the rivalry to capture this prize will be intense. Miss Alma Hodge was presented with a beautiful golden trinket as a prize for spelling. After a recitation by Miss Ethel Corbett,the audience was dismis sed and a great big ice cream festival down stairs awaited those who were warm. When e'er you feel impending ill, And need a magic little pill, No other one will fill the bill Like DeWitt's Little Early Risers. The Famous Little Pills Early Risers cure constipation, sick headache, bil iousness, etc. They never gripe or sicken, but imparts early rising energy. Good for children or adults. Sold by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. .Petit Jury. Court convenes in Manning June 5th, Hon. R. 0. Purdy presiding. Follow ing is the list of jurors drawn to serve: .T. L. Hlerlong, Summerton. Jas. E. Reardon, WVorkman. E. P. Geddings, Pinewood. R. D. Clark, Manning. A. J. Walters, Summerton. T. E. Hinson, Summerton. .J. Scott Burgess. Sardinia. N. L. B3roughton, Pinewood. G. A. Cochran, Manning. S. B. Kolb, Pinewood. J. H. King, St. Paul. A. S. Corbett., Pinewood. A. Rt. Brown, D. M. Bagnal, Foreston. R. C. Gayle, Pinewood. J. E. Hodge, Foreston. D. S. Floyd, Turbeville. J1. B. Pack, Paxville. J. C. Barrett, Manning. .T. M. Bradham. Manning. H. A. Brailsford, Pinewood. H. L. Langston, Seloc. T. M. Beard, New Zion. L. RI. Chewning, Summerton. W. W. Brailsford. Manning. Harry A. Hodge. Davis Station. R. F. Epperson, Pinewood. W. C. Cannon. Davis Station. Jeh~ Smith, Turbeville. R. L. Bell, Manning. R. C. Graham, Pinewood. R. L. Gayle, St. Paul. M. WV. Player, -New Zion. M. J. Morris, Turbeville. Geo. H. Curtss, Jr., Paxville. S. A. McKenzie. Lake City Rt. F. D. While a bilious attack is decidedly unpleasant it is quickly over when Chamberlain's Stomach -and Liver Tablets are used. For sale by The Rt. B ~. Lorye Dru Stor.aac M.eA Loya Simmerton News. EditoLr TImh. Munn 'imes: We truly hope this letter will only be held up by the readers of THE Ti.l:s. About 400 bales of cotton was sold on this market last week, and judging from this we het some of the farmers of this section are short on last years' ero). "Generai-Green" is being strenuously fought around here, but the constant rains is making the battle a forlorn one. The mammoth building to be erected for Captain Joe James is to be built of imitation stone. The contrz.et was given to a mechanic from Camden. and the foundation is now being dug. The build ing is to be 50 by 100 feet, two stores on the ground floor and a opera house and offmes upstairs. The Summerton Mercantile Co. has given out a contract for the building of a large brick store to Contractor Nesmith. The Summerton Bar is now repre sented by J. .1. Cantey, and W. J. Nul drow. Esqs., and they are turning out the very best grade of law, according to the "Statoots." Chief of Police E. P. Briggs, has bought a lot on East Main Street, and contracted with M1r. Nesmith to build him a residence. There is now nearing completion a tremendous cotton platform here, but as yet no signs of the new depot. The Town of Summerton has an able set of officers, level-headed business men. They have enacted some good ordinances, but like everywhere else, complaints come alona too. There is complaint of a dray license by those who have paid the license and are not getting the protection such a law should give them. When a town re quires a license it should not permit any beating about the bush, but should see to it that those who complv with the law are fully protected. In a recent issue of THE TImES it was stated in this correspondence that Mr. J. J. Cantey would be a candidate for Governor next summer. Mr. Cantey was interviewed today and stated his position, as follows: "I am in favor of the improvement of the farming lands and the condition of the farmers: I believe in a liberal expenditure of public money for better public roads: I favor prison reform in South Carolina: I am opposed to mob ocracy and incidentally to lynching: the dispensary system should be better regulated: the bureau of immigration should be encouraged; I do not oppose the Southern Education Board, but on the contrary favor all suggestions which may be of advantage to educa tional interests; I favor municipal im provement; capital and investments should be encouraged; the strong and most wise white race should assist to uplift the weak and ignorant black race; the supreme court of the United States has decided that this is a Chris tian nation and I am in favor of a law which will prohibit anyone soliciting adherents to Mormonism or any non Christian sect: I believe in the "coun try beautiful" and favor a 'frequent submission of public questions to the people of the State." H. Sold by Dr. W. E. Brown & Co. I suffe'ed for many years with ner vous and sick headache. Tried many medicines and several doctors. Nothing cured me until I got Lee's Headache and Neuralgia Remedy. It is simply worth its weight in gold. Mrs. JNO. W. SRINKLE. Charlotte, N. D. The price 25c at Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.'s. New Zion Dots. Special to The Manning Times. Notwithstanding the busy time I will send you a few dots. Rev. J. 0. Gough pastor of the Bar ist church at Manning visited friends over here, and on his return home arried with him one of our girls, which gave one of our boys the dry grins. I hope she will return soon. Go it Pat, keep giving us the news from Alcolu for we enjoy reading your letters. We expect to see the passen ger car on the Alderman railroad soon which will be of great convenience to the general public. Now and then an expression of opin ion with regard to the writer "B" reaches me in words like this. "If I could not write no better letters I would quit entirely." How can I write when there is nothing to write about? Well I pay no attention to these grum blers, they do not subscribe to any paper, but borrow THE TIMES from their neighbors. Let them howl, such cattle are not worth noticing. The large majority of our people here sub scribe for THE TIMES and they appre ciate the editor's manly declarations, and earnest zeal for the people's inter ests. THE TIMES is Appelt, and Appelt is THE TIMES, which cannot be said for all papers. Buster has made his appearance again and we all welcome his return. Mr. Editor if you will help me I want to get a position on the chaingang so that I can live on hams, chickens, eggs, worcester sauce and other good things. Say do they furnish any beer to wash down all this high living? B. New Zion May 15, 1905. Manning, S. C.. M ay 17, 1905. T wo weeks ago the bridges and cause way were washed away on the streams flowing into Ox Swamp and no etfort has has been made to repair them. Travel is stopped on two roads-the Raccoon road and the new road leading to Jordan and it is impossible to get to Jordan or Davis Station by the public road. Why have these roads and bridges not been repaired? Were the super visor and county commissioners drown ed when the bridges were washed away? CHIAs. B. GEIGER. The season's first cold may be slight-may yield to early treatment, but the next cold will hang on longer; it will be more troublesome, too. U n necessary to take .chances on that second one. Scott's Emulsion is a preventive as Well as a curer Take when colds abound and you'11 have no cold. Take it w lhen the cold is contracted and it checks infiamma tionl, heals the membranes ofU the throat and lungs and drives the cold out. Send for free sample.. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists 409-4li5 Pearl Street, New York Letter to Dr. J. F. Geiger. Dear Sir: But few of the men who sell the hundred different paints in the market know much about them. All Devoe agents have a state chemist's certificate telling just what it's made of: they know a good deal, not only about Devoe but the rest: we see they. do. We buy every paint that has any sale and analyze it. Our agent finds out all about it. When we know what paint is made of, we know how it will act: we know how far it goes, and how long it weors. Devoe is the standard: call it 100. The best of the rest is about 75; the worst about 25: the rest are between. But the men, who sell them, don't know any better. They know what the maker tells them. That is; they know that he tells them. They don't know whether he tells them the truth or not. The business is not conducted on knowledge; the less they know, the more comfortable they are. F. W. DEVOE & CO. P. S. Manning Hardware Co. sells our paint. 60. A Ressonable Hypothesis. Johnny-Pa? Father-Well? John ny-Do you laugh in yoUr sleeve 'cause that's where your funny bone is? Town and Country. Every year the world puts on Its food $4,000,000 worth of pepper. C.&k Sa T 4 = . I.A . Bun the The Kind You Have Always Bought Signatue ofU Terms. "Now, me good man," said the pom pous stranger who had signed "Yis count Hardeastle, tondon," on the reg. ister, "what are your terms here?" "Cash in advance," replied the shrewd hotel clerk promptly.-Des Moines News. Ate Everything in Sight. Dr. King's Chill end Fever Tonic is without a doubt the best medicine I have ever found for chills. All my fam ily were in poor health last summer, and after several other chill tonics had failed, tried Dr. King's, and in a very few days we were all better, eating everything in sight. M. S. MCCORKLEY. The Boss. Crawford-Did his lawyer tell Hen peck that he couldn't get a divorce? Crabshaw-No. His wife did.-Town Topics. A Disastrous Calamity. It is a disastrous calamity when you lose your health, because indigestion and constipation have sapped it away. Prompt relief can be had in Dr. King's New Life Pills. They build up your di gestive organs, and cure headache, dizziness, colic, constipation, etc. Guar anteed at The R. B. Loryea Drug Store: 25c. BUSINESS LOCALS. The Furniture Man. Levi Block. tfj Plant Wood's tested and true Wheat Seed. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Wood's Wheat Seed is the best. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Two (2) Druggists at The Prescrip tion Drug Store, Capers & Co., Prop's. Five hundred nounds of Twine for grain binders. Place your orders with us quick, before it is all sold. Not sold on time, but strictly cash. Legg & Hutchinson. I have the .Agency for several good strong Fire Insurance Companies and will devote my entire time to the busi ness Will give prompt attention to any business placed with me and solicit your patronage. J. L. Wilson. [tf Winthrop College Scholarship and Entrance Examination. The examination for the award of vacant scholarships in Winthrop College and for the admission of new students -will be held at the County 1Court House on Friday, July 7th, at 9 A. M. Applicants must not be less than fifteen years of age. When scholarships are vacated after July 7, they will be awarded to those making the highest average at this examina tion provided they meet the conditions govern ing the award. Applicants for scholarships should write to President Johnlson before the examination for scholarship apylication blanks. Scholar'ships are worth $100 and free tuition. The next session will open September 20. 1905. For further information and catalogue addresr Pres. D. B. JO&XS ON. Rock Hill, S. C. Notice. All premises in the Townof Manning must be put in a clean condition at? once. The Inspector will visit everf yard lot and other property, with positive instrubtions to~ report to Council all persons bwning or haying in charge premises that are in an unsanitary con dto.By order of BOARD OF HEALTH. ARTISTIC MONUMENTS. I am representing the largest Marble and Granite quarrys in in the world, and can furnish any Tombstone or Monument direct from the quarry. Over 500 designs to select from. Spec ial designs furnished for large Monumeuts. I also furnish any kind of Iron Fences, Ornaments and Wood Mantels. S. L. KRASNOFF, MANNING, S C . .THE. . R. B. LORYEA DRUC STORE, ISAAC M. LORYEA, Prop., Sign of the . .. Golden Mortar, Bcgr to inform their many friends and custom ers thiat they are-prepared to supply their wants with their accustomed celerity. - We carry a full and complete line in every de partment of the DRUG BUSINESS and every attention is shown to the wants of their customers. For Many Tears We have endeavored to give the very best at tenton to our customers' wants, and feel that we have succeeded. Our stock of DRUGS, MEDICINES and CHEMICALS is complete in every particular and every anc Whe n nee of Ut DRUGS and MEDI CINES call on us and we can give you general sAI Ofc RDERS receive our careful and im mediate attention on day of receipt. We hope for your kind patronage which for years we have earnestly striven to merit. IE R. B. L9RYE DRII 8IO0E ISAAC M, LORYEA, Proprietor, '- Siten oftbe - Golden Mortar MANNINC, S. C. For Weakness & Debility. $1.OO. WINE of C. . 0. with MALT And the Hypophosphites Compound. A safe and certain tonic. Pleasant to the most fastidious palate. RHAME'S DRUG STORE. Dainty People f Go _ -- Toilet Soap, delightfully perfumed Violet - Soap, 5c and 15c the cake, at WE RAAME'S DRUG STORE. S u m e . ...lmer 1 1Millinery. When You Shave Use COLGATE'S SHAVING SOAP and let your Degin g Thursday Morning, May 19, face get smooth and free from bumps. and A the Balance of This t Those of you who attended our great White Goods and Millinery Sale last May-one year ago-will recall what a tremendous success it was and what it meant to' those who had White Dresses and Hats to buy. aw We shall eclipse last year's sale greatly in prices and quality. inThis sale will include new arrivals and great specials in 40-inch White Lawns, India Linqns, Persians, Wash Organdy, French Organdy, Domestic and Foreign Swisses, Fancy White Goods, Duck, P. K.. Linen and Linen Finish Goods. Our Miss Burkhead has beefi the last few days get ting together, and putting in execution the newest ideas in Summer Millinery and will pleasantly show you the very Hat you want at'this season of the year and for the price that you will not mind to pay. Three styles at Rhame's Drug Store, 10 and 25c. White Cauvasi Shoes go in this White Sale too. All these goods are new and up-to-date and you will find-them 15 to 25 per cent cheaper than regular selling times. SOCome and attend this sale, it will be our pleasure to - Special Offer: a=% interest you. ~ One box (old style) Col And one ore boAllan's 25c MUTUAL DRY GOODS COPAk 3 d vBorated Talcum........ 25c. - COToE~c ToaL.. .. ...... 50c. F . .. 25c. Remember, this offer closes as soon as this notice is removed. Rhame's Drug -Store, amok SUMMlVERTON, S. C. REMER [A EMEBig Deal The Man or Woman Who savesInW ihTeeI Or Makes More Than He Saves.. Orstore is the place where to trade and SAVE. Our store is where a dollar does its duty. Som ething for You.~ That ommenementDress This is the end of the season with the holesale "Wha sal ger nd hiere mus aI good as 25c __trade and there is always something to close out atbr Oranya-lc. gain values. - Organdy, a very thn4-nhWiean.oosFec We have just closed a deal of several hundred pieces SLw sell5 an ve ryth 48-ice Whaten oor rn of White Goods and Printed Wash Goods and we quote Lwe sell5 a-nc wh FatiCred a llclrsDo. this lot of goods at prices that will put us absolutely mas Sttced or Lac Strpe-inham t lodlc. lr rp ters of the white goods~ and wash goods market in this. S Wtced soi Lacerytriinga a t ic. section. .We sell fvrine Sil M ut White.adalClos 5 One case of pretty Printed Wash Fabrics that sold in kind, fors 12 ieSl0cls.hteadalCoos 5 the early. season at 15c per yard; we offer these now at We sell a real nice Dotted Swiss, 18c value, for 12tc, 10c yard.csofbatulMreidWshG drg all ell th c3-nhi atclrdLw ' a h ar value 20c the yard; we mark these out at 12tc the yd. at sell th 2ic at ooe anfrcs One case of very sheer fancy striped White Goods, 31 atWce sell the Wendell Skirting Goods for making sum. inches wide, regular value 20c yard; we offer them at e sell a real skince 69c kind of 60inch Table Linen Iwilpay you to see tet gres o P. kirtiigs that for sel a fine 44-inch Jet Black Brilliantine for 50c. I 5, 20 and 25c yard. Ask to see this and get a sample. We sell Samples at half price. Fans. Belts, Corsets, -Wrist Bags, Pocketbooks, Hose, Vests, Handkerchiefs, - Gloves, Neckties and Collars. We sell everything that 3 _ men. women, boys, girls and babies wear. _ We sell Ladies' Hats at almost balf price. .n Laie~s T nm m d Hat We sell fine Linen Towels and Scar-fs in samples ~ Ei~il m u 3IL Scheaper than the reguiar wholesale price. .We closed out a large lot of Ladies' Hats--40 dozen. S 480 Hats-at less than half what it cost to-.manufacture them, and now offer theul at just one-half what you can S buy hats anywhere else. We ]un o 5andl~c tor, bt w hav soe geatIf you haven't -bought your hat for the summer yet 10c goods. We make a specialty in everything we possi- ou cane bly can for 10c, and if you have never been where you get W 4, 9 more than your 10c worth, come to our store. a esl c w ar 10c Fans, 10c Suspenders, 10c Hose, 10c Sox, I~c SLawns, 10c- Laces, 10c Embroidery, 10c Hats for boys, men and girls; 10c Belts, 10c Pocketbooks, l0c Ribbons, We have just gotten in decidedly the prettiest lot of 10c Towels, l0c Vests, 10c Collars for Ladies, 10c Ties. Ladies' Turnover Collars we have ever shown this spring 10lc Knives, 10c Ginghams, 10c Gloves, 10c Mits and one and we offer them from Sc each up. hnred other things for 10c. Won't you come and spend 10c and be one of our1 many satisfied customers. ba te Yours for 10c goods, If you wish to see the newest and latest things in La dies' Belts and Girdles--in Silk and Leather-it will pay J. W. MCL EOD.us ruy S. . rILL. Mg~ .~~UIU.- yfAI