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WILL OPEN IONDAY, JUNE 5tha Now that the bulk of the spring selling is over, it has always been our custom to hold special sales to close out all spring stuff. This year we will vary it a little and hold a Great RED LETTER SALE, starting Monday, June 5th, and continue for ten days only, closing promptly on Thursday, June 15th, when all Red Letter Prices win be withdrawn. Now we wish to give everybody fair notice that this Special Red Letter Sale is for the CASH ONLY, and everything marked out at Red Letter prices will be of unusual values and must and will attract the atten tion of CASH BUYERS. Bar in Barain13.15c each, two for 25c. All kinds of small Notions will be put out Bargain 1. Bargain at special Red Letter prices. one case of 5c figured Lawns will be sold during this sale at One Ladies' and Gent's nice Waterproof Umbrellas that are Fifty doz. Gent's Pepperel D rawers, tokcette ankles, Sc the yard. Who will beat this price? Who will try" worth $1 in good United States money, but we put them out in regular 60c values, our price duingtiaeol 4cprpi.I this sale at 75c each. you see these goods you can't help but buy them. One hundred 10-lb. boxes of Fat Back and Slabs Tobacco will Bargain 2. Bargain 8. Bargain 14. be ut on sale t Red Letler prices only $3 per box. Who can Two cases of Sc figured Lawns and Batiste, 27 inches wide, India Silk Umbrellas t The greatest values in 50c, 75c and $1 Negligee Shirts for Bargainp2c. will be put out during this sale at 5c the yard. Fifty Ladies'and Gents and Boys ever shown in this town. cheap at $1.25 each. but our price for this sale at 81 each. One hnr full size Besta wa Bargain 3 Bargain 9. Bargain 15. plete, only 1.50 each. Threed Wash Fab th most 'luough our Ribbon stock and thrown out every Fifty nice Dressers, 12x18, mirrors only $4.50 each. beautiful designs and f 2gures will be put out during this sale at 10c Still another lot of Ladies' and Gent's Satin covered Uinbrel- piece of Remnant Ribbon and we now ofer 150 pieces of Remnant Fifty nice Washstands, only $4.50 each. the yard. We have made a close study of the dry goods trade for las, 75 in all, that we have been selling at 50c and 60c each. but Ribbon regardless of cost. Now is the time for you to get yonr Fifty nice Washstands only 2.75 each or will make you a set number of years as salesman and buyer and never have we seen we put them out at this sale at 43c each. Neck Ribbon to wear during the summer at your own price, of this furniture-bed, dresser and washstand complete for only such values in Wash Goods as are offered in this lot of goods at Bargain 10 Bargain 16. When all of our recent purchases of furniture get in we will 10c the yard. g * , .sut Bargain 4 Seventy-five dozen Ladies' Lisle Gauze Undervests that .we seWse made a very la urchase of Ladis' Hts ate in in ha te ares sto f seenin the n toe id a n are sure that you cannot buy in any other way for less than l oc .p , means in short small expense of selhng, hence lower prices thai Two cases of White Piques and Battiste, 32 inches wide, that each: we put them out at this sale at 10c each, or $1 per dozen. petition. Out of this lot we can trim up nice ,Hats for Ladies, you can usually buy furniture at. We say see us when you want retail regularly at 15c the yard. A big purchase enables us to Now ladies, if you are interested in this class of stuf, see this Misss' and Children at 7c. 1 d 1.50 that are 11y chea a nice.cheap furniture. offer this lot of white goods in both weaves at 10c the yard. Thi value double the money. Ladies it is a value in white goods that you will not find outside of large Other numbers in Ladies' Gauze Vests, cheaper and higher, of Hats that we are offering at jush price. argin 2n' l Great Reder Lete values* inuz Gent's lothing Patsrume city department stores. at special prices. Bargain 17. Sacks and Vests. If you need a nice Suit of Clothes see us. Bargain 5. Bargain 11. Our entire stock of Millinery Goods will be put down at spe One case of 20c and 25c Mercerized striped printed s Fifty dozen Men's fine Bleached Gauze Undervests and Draw- bou es uriumm great Re Lettr ale. If eouelavonGn'sraw 22. F Goods that we propose to put out during this sale at 12 jc the yard ers to match. regular 35c values, will be closed out at 25c each- u entre le of ettr Hts as long as they last. Bargain i8. Bargain 6. Bargain 12. It will pay you to see our great Red Letter offering of all Bargain 23 One thousand dozen Alexander King & Co.'s Spool Cotton at Seventy-five dozen Men's fine Balbriggan Gauze Undervests kinds of Corsets and Corset Girdles, Silk Girdles, Leather Gir- One hundred Ladies' White Lawn Shirt Waists, worth from 2e per spool-full 200 yards of thread to each spool. Who will and Drawers to match, regular price 60c each, but our price during dles, Toilet Soaps, Tooth Powders, Violet Talcum Powder at 20c $1.25 to $2.30 each, will go on sale at 50c, 75c and $1 each. It will match this great bargain? . this sale 45c each, or 85c per Suit, shirt and drawers. a box. Twelve dozen Tooth Brushes, worth 13c each, wil go at pay you to give these a look. .JEKINSONOnP 'V MAALARIA 'PoisonBreathed inothe System The air arising from low, marshy places, damp cellars, stagnant ponds and pools and from decaying vegetable matter, as well as the gases from sewers, is loaded with germs of malarial poison. The water we drink, that has not been properly filtered and purified, is also full of these germs and microbes, and as we daily breathe and drink millions of MATARIA IN HIS SYSTEM FOR YEARS. these into the'system, to be For several years I suffered with Chills and absorbed by the blood, the Fever, caused by Malaria in my system, and each entire body begins to feel'the summer for several years I would have a relapse. effects of the poison. The Finally my physician prescribed S. .s. S. It en most co on form of Ma tirely cured me; I have never been troubled since. lana is "chills and fever, 913 W. Market St., Louisvine, Ky. L Smoorp. but when the blood is thoroughly saturated with the poison it becomes so -weak and polluted that abscesses, carbuncles, boils, sores, ulcers and other skin diseases result. Malaria also affects the liver, kidneys, bowels and stomach, producing a chronic state of biliousness that often results in jaun dice or some malignant fever. In cases of Maltfia the blood must be purl ied before the body can regain its natural health. S. S. S. contains purify ing and tonic properties possessed by no other blood medicine, and is the ideal remedy for the treatment of Malaria. v It des troys the germs of the disease and builds up the weakened, polluted circulation. It enters into the blood and forces out every particle of poison and twasXe matter and adds strength and activity to it. S. S. S. improves the appetite and digestion, tones up the entire system by its alterative and purifying action, and Malaria, with all its bad effects, is permanently driven from the system. Book on the blood and any medical advice, without charge.. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Tnfants and Children-Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other NarcotiC substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures .Diarrheea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea-The M1other's Friend. CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For ,.Over 30 Years. Time and Books. The economy of saving time is wise, but ttiere is an economy of spending time. In reading, especially, hurry is most wasteful. Reading is the making of thoughts, of ideas, of pictures in the brain. All young photographers know how little is to be made out of an "un derexposed plate," but do they under stand that there may be such a thing as an underexposed brain? It takes time to make impressions on the mind. If you read too fast, either aloud or to yourself, or skim over your reading, the mind receives poor impressions or none at all.-St. Nicholas. Taught Red Buck. Mr. L Shurley, the noted instructor, told the writer he expected great thiags of his pupil, Mr. Bryant, the famous Southern Journalist. At the sametime he wrote: "Send me 3 dozen Kentucky Horse and Cattle Powders. I am out and there is a big call for it." Prevents Lung Fever and cures Glan ders, Distemper, etc., and makes fat. Sold by Dr. W. E. Brown & Co. A 'Nooturne. "You will have to accompany me," said the new and zealous officer of the law, laying a firm hand on the arm of t4e seedy young man who was making night hideous with a cornet. "Certainly," said the musician, af fectionately linking his arm in the po nceman's. "What do you wish to sing and in what key?" Good Advice. Learn to hide your troubles. Your friend has troubles of his own to hide, help him by example. This is good ad vice. but when a man wakes up in the morning with a raging, splitting head ache, not enough energy to get up, con stipated, bad taste in the mouth, tired legs, it's not advice that a man needs. It's a good dose of Dr. King's Blood and Liver Pills. Purify the blood and send it bounding, coursing through the viens, and make the liver live. No purging. griping or nauseating. 25c. a box at Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.'s. Bills and Boards. Bill had a billboard. Bill also had a board bill. The board bill hored Bill so that Bill sold the billboard to pay his board bill. So after Bill sold his bill board to pay his board bill the board bill no longer bored Bill.-Yale Ex positor. The eyeball is white because the blood vessels that feed its substance are so small that they do not admit the red corpuscles. Beas the The Kind You Han Always Bought Oinate Son Lost Mother. "Consumption runs in our family, and through it I lost my mother.," writes E. B. Reid, of Harmony Mo. "For the past live years. however, on the slightest sign of a cough or cold, I have taken Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumution. which has saved me fro serious lunk trouble."' His moth ers eth was a sad loss to \lr. Reid. but he earnedi that lung trouble must nlot be i "egeted. and how to cure it' Qulckest relief and eure for coughs and cods. Price 50e and $1.; guaranteed by n'h P n 1.v.ya nDr Stoe Trial Royal Night B0o4guars. For more than 400 years a body of men known as the Monteros de Es pinosa have enjoyed the exclusive privilege of watching over the slum bers of the kIngs and queens of Spain. They are boun by tradition to be na tives of Espinosa and to have served with distinction in the army. One of these is on guard at the door of the bedroom of each royal personage in the palace, and the others, armed with huge halberds and wearing felt soled shoes, tread silently all through the night along the corridors and halls. Their service be" at midnight and ceases at f in the morning. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the Very Best. "I have been using Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and want to say it is the best cough medicine I have ever taken," says Geo. L. Chubb. a merch ant of Harlan, Mich. There is no ques tion about its being the best, as it will cure a cough or cold in less time than any other treatment. It should always be kept in the house ready for instant use, for a cold can be cured in much less time when promptlS treated. For sale by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop. HI of the Poison Plant. Close to the frontier of Nepal is the mountain of Sandook-Phu, which means in the Tibetan language "the hill of the poison plant," or aconite. This plant Is so abundant and so dead ly in Its effects that all sheep and eat tle passing over the mountain are muz zled by their drivers. An English trav eler saw at its foot great heaps of dis carded bamboo muzzles. Curiously enough, only those cattle that are new ly imported from the plains are fatally afTected. The natives believe that the sheep of the district learn to shun the youngest leaves, which are the most virulent A more likely explanation Is that they grow habituated to the drug by taking it in small quantities. Strictly Genuine. Most of the patent medicine testi monials are probably genuine. The fol lowing notice recently appeared in the i Atebison (Kan.) Globe: "Joe Tack, a well known engineer, running on the Missouri Pacific between Wichita and! Klowa, lately appeared in a big one, with a picture, and when he was in this office today, we asked him about it. He said he had terrific pains in his stomach, and thought he had canzer. His druggist recommended Kodol and he says it cured him. He recommended it to others, who were also cured.' Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and cures all stomach troubles. Sold by the R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Charity of Former Kings. Henry IL. sought peace for his soul after the murder of Becket by feeding and sustaining 10,000 people daily, a proceeding that must have made many a man rejoice in the fall of the "proud prelate." Quaintest of all, though, was the charity of Henry III, who com manded that "Ilp the greatthall at Win sore, at- a good fire, all the poor and needy children that could be found were to be fed, accortling to the weight and measure of tle kIng'd chldren," a queer variant of the more modern sys tem of distributing the Maundy money., It is to be feared that nowadays, says the London Chronicle, the amount of food equivalent to "the weight and measure of the king's children" would not go far In relieving "all the poor and eedy childlren thnt could be found. - English and French Polce. No comparison can fairly he made between the police of London and Par is without due consideration of the fact that the French law admits an interfer ence with tle liberty of the subject which would not be tolerated in Great Britain. And It must also be remem bered that the existence of octrol du ties makes it difficult for a Frenchman to enter or quit Paris without being the subject of closer observation than he would enCounter in an English city. -Solicitors' Journal. There is a Difference. The difference between Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar and all other cough syrkips is that it moves the bow els, thus expelling a cold from the sys-, tem. This relaxes the nerve tissues and by its healing effect on the throat and lungs the cough is relieved -cured entirely. Kennedy's is the original Laxative Honey and Tar and containt no opiates. Good alike for young or old. Tastes good. Sold by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. The Dencending Scale. When a girl Is first engaged she fig ures on a ten room house in the swell part of town. As time goes on the house gradually decreases in size until it is a four room structure. Then all the fancy trimmings are left off, and next the house Is located in a remote part of town. Finally when the wed ding comes off it is announced that the couple will reside with the brlde's fa ther.-Atchison Globe. Man's Unreasonableness is often as great as woman's. But Thos. S. Austin, Mgr. of the Republican, of 1 Leavenworth, Tnd., was not -nreason able, when he refused to allow the doc- 1 tors to operate on his wife for female trouble, "Instead," he says, "we con cluded to try Electric Bitters. My wife was then so sick. she could hardly leave her bed, and five physicians had failed to relieve her. After taking Electric Bitters, she was perfectly cured, and caa now perform all her household duties." Guaranteed by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Price 50c. Chivalry nt a Discount. Ile-There was a run on the bank, was there' You were fortunate to get your money out. She-Yes: but I never saw such discourtesy. There wasn't a man offered me his place on the line.-New cork Times. A Wonderful Saving. The larzest Methodist Church in Georgia, used 32 gallons of L. & M. mixed'with 24 gallous of oil, thus mak ing paint cost about -1.20 per gallon. They calculated to use 100 -allons of I other paint. Saved about 80.00. and also got a big donation of L. & M. Dealers gladly sell L. & M.., because their customers call for it, and say they used it 12, 14 and even 30 years ago. Don't pay $1.50 a gallon for linseed oil, which you do in ready-for-use paint. Buv oil fresh from the barrel at 60 cents per gallon, and mix it with L. &: M. Paint. It makes paint cost about -1.21) per gallon. Sold by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Very Good. "Yes, Hunter is really engaged to Mdiss Roxley."i "So he was telling me. IHe says she's not very pretty, but she's good." "Yes, good for a mIllion in her own rlht"-Philnnalnhint Press. Bishop Brooks' Joke. Some years ago Bishop Phillips Brooks was recovering from an illness and was denying himself to all visitors when Robert Ingersoll called. The bishop received him at once. "I. ap preciate this very much," said Mr. In gersoll, "but why do you see me when you deny yourself -to your friends?" "It is this way," said the bishop. "I feel confident of seeing my friends in the next world, but this may be my last chance of seeing you." A Good Suggestion. Mr. C. B. Wainwright of Lemon City Fla., has written the manufacturers hat much better results are obtained rrom the use of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in :ases of pains in the stomach, colic and :holra mrbus by taking it in water as ot as can be drank. That when taken n this way the effect is double in rapidity. "It seemns to get at the right pot instantly," he says. For sale by I'he R. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop. Pay as You Go. To live within one's income is t1e ecret of prosperity. Happiness is the eritage of the ou who adheres to this rule, and a contented mind and an ever increasing bank account will be long to the one who buys only what he can pay for. Hot Weather Piles. 'ersons afflicted with piles should >e careful at this season of the year. lot weather and bad drinking water ontribute to the conditions which nake piles more painful 'and danger )us. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve stops :he pain, draws out the soreness and iures. Get the genuine, bering the :he name of E. C. DeWitt & Co. Sold y The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Ancestors. "My ancestors," said thq man-whose name happened to be Endicott, "came over In the Mayflower." "And mine," observed the man whose name was Adams, "were the priginal occupants of the garden of Eden." Chcago Tribune. Bears the The Kind You Have Always Bought Sigature of New Livery, Feed VD d Sale Stable. SUMMERTON, S. C. I will always have on hand good eams and vehicles to hire, and espe- 1 al attention will be given to the onveyiug of drunimers to different joints. Bring your horses to my stables to e fed: W. S. Rhame. HE SUMMERTON HOTEL. I1aring made special preparations, I i now better prepared to entertain he trarelinr publitc than ever before. I especi tly iuvite the transient pat onagre. H. A. TISDALE. - Ptroprivetor. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Dinests what you eat. IWE CORDIALYIVT ~ The public to come and inspect our stock of 8 Fancy & Staple Groceries SWe carry this line and will cheerfully give you prices, as Ait is to your interest to keep in touch with them. 8 Yes, we have the best Full Patent and if you are somewhat dissatisfied with your flour, try our 100 per cent. and we feel reasonably sure you will be-pleased,. that is if you are looking for a high class article. COFFPE. tWe carry both parched and green, and if you want a~ first class article, something nicely flavored and contain ing- good strength try some of our Coffee. We beg that you do not conrfuse these goods with pos sibly others you have been using. Ss Can we quote you prices in bulk? Certainly, with pleasure. Call and see. DiUSONHARDWARE CO. Can supply your wants to the letter. In the way of Farm Imple ments prices are guar anteed. Call to see us. DICKSON HARDWARE COIVIANY, Levi Block..