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WILL OPEN nONDAYNE 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 June 5th, and continue for ten days only, closing promptly on Thursday, June 15th, when all Red Letter Prices will be withdrawn.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. Bargain 1. B 7t pa d t r One case of 5c figured Lawns will be sold during this sale at One Ladies' and Gents nice Waterproof Ubrella that are Fifty doz. Gents Pepperel t-Z-worth -,1 in g-ood U nited States mnoney. but we put themn out in regrular 60c values. our price dlurigti aeol 5 prpi.i agi I the yard. Wsteho will beat this pricep Who will tryt Bagi 14. bei pute on sale. atu Red Letee prices oyly can peho. h a Bargain 2.8. Barg Two cases of Sie figured Lawns and Batiste. 27 inches wide. The di l b-stest values in ein will be put out daring t l t h . cheap at l.25 each. but our price ter tyris sdal at evtd es Bargain 3. Bargain 9. Barga Three cases of 15 and 20c printed Wash Fabrics in the most o beautiful designs and figures will be put out during this sale at 10c Sl and Gents Satin Overed Umbrel- piece of Re the vard. We have made a close study of the dry goods trade for las, 75 in all, that we have been selling at 5'.' and tuc each, but Ribbon regardless of cost. Now a number of years as salesman and buyer and never have- we seen we put them out at this sale at 43c each. sume at yu own price. .bW such values in Wash Goods as are offered in this lot of goods at 10c the yard. I Bar1r Bargain 10. h the lares s Bargain 4. Seventy-five dozen Ladies' Lisle Gauze Undervests that we e mde at er lat purcas of Laibeasltyntenn adw rps osl to ~dprmn tr da hc Two cases of White Piques and Battiste. 32you annot buy in any other way for less than 15c tOht a th put ue eal Two ase of hit Piues nd attste,32 nchs wie, hateach: -we put them out at this sale at 10c each, or $1 per dozen. Petition.- u fti o ecntimu ieHt o ais retail regularly at 15c the yard. A big purchase enables us to c Ms you can ua buy fasn retil eguary a 15 te yrd.A Ig-ucaeenbe)st Now :ladies, if you are interested in this class of stuff, see niechais~tue offer this lot of white goods in both weaves at 10c the yard. This value is a value in white goods that you will not find outside of large of Hats that we are offering at j hger I Great Reder Lete values' inuz Gent's Clothing aanns Sigher: city department stores. at special prices. B7. Bargain 5. Bargain 11. Our entire stock of Milliner One case of 20v and 25c Mercerized striped printed Washgreat R One aseof 0c ad 2c Mrcerzedstrped rined ash Fifty dozen '-,en's fine Bleached Gauze Undervests and Draw- ca Goods that we propose to put out during this sale at 121c the yardet c eca , b o o ab y s r y e y c .n l o n r t tfd as long as they last. B Bargal BargainIt will pay you to see our One thousand dozen Alexander King & Co.'s Spool Cotton at Seventy-five dozen Men's fine Balbriggan Gauze Undervests kinds of Corsets and Corset Gi 2c 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 Powd match this great bargain?' this sale 45c each, or 85c per Suit, shirt and dr-awers. a box. Twelve dozen Tooth Bruhs ot 5 ah ilg a a o ogv hs ok .E.JENKINS OLD PEOPLE Their Pains and Ailments Any taint of the blood quickly shows itself with old people, and troubles, which a younger, more vigorous con- A n A CcO Unt stitution holds in check, take possession of those of ad vanced years. A mole, wart or pimple often begins to in- 4 * E L flame and fester, terminating in a sore that refuses to heal. Wandering painsI Wit L s.. of a rheumatic character are almost constant, the joints get stiff'and the mus cles sore, while sleeplessness and nervousness make life a burden. The nat- You can then pay your ural activity of the body is not uratitold age and all the I had a severe attackof La Grippe, which left me bills with checks which sogrt oalmost a physical wreck. To add to my wretched organs get dull andsluggish, condition, Rheumatism developed. In a short we return to you' tle failing to carry out the waste time after beginning S. S. S. I was relieved of the first of each month and matters and poisons accumu- pains and have gained in flesh and strength and . lating in the system and they mygeneral health is betterthan forYears. Iheart- Iwhich are thus made a taken uptandsabsorbed by ily recommerfd S. S. S. for all blood diseases. aretae up nd aboreb Union, S. C. B. F. GREGORY. receipt in full for every the blood, rendering it weak and unable to properly nourish the system. There is no reason why old age dollar you pay out. should not be as healthy as youth if the blood is kept pure and strong. S. S. S. You can always make change is purely vegetable and is the safest and best blood purifier and tonic for old people, because it is gentle, with a check. but at the same time thorough in its action, purify ing the blood of all poisons and foreign matter, strengthening it and toning up the entire system by its fine tonic effect. Almost from the first dose the appetite increases, the general health begins to improve and the pains and ailments pass away. B n fS m etn THE SWIFT SPECIFIC Me ATANTA, GA6 L Summerton, S. C. A NeUt'm C ASTOuRi AAI vJ i d I- For Infants and Children. g tThe undersigeed tacins foraed a ntcopartnership under the iih ee of The Kind You Have Always Bought A~icetale~epartiofo -ks-del. cc to Pxterd :t ordi i.' welcome to ~A\getblere~rat~ntrAStheir store in the Levi block, where sif~aingJh~wcmdeddathey w'illa-tways h 11ve oni rida~ full d er theoh o anid complete '4ock of Bears the Signature ocerie nessandlestContains neither .R C ECS ?iumMopine norifral. fct'KR rOT RCOTIC. and tvervthiiiu pertaiumn.i to a frst _________clas rocerv. in, te will cotine keepingh , full stock of SCHOOL 130OKS aind STA sTIOsERYand choice books for the Fasml Sgatur of hoWme.K Coearosesu I _ _ Ar4e IL. L. WELLS, thUse insure ithLe Tobacco lion * Sour Stomach,Diarr~ea t wr laConeuwsionsfeverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP. F o r 0 V eor ~ T~~ tt yifi FacSiaple Signature oof NEW-YORK. T h irty Y e so a1~~ a~ fR South Carolina. .O. 6 C. SLAUGHTER, Local Agent, sAST 3tock of SCHOOL BOOS aS TCNRYadl.ic,.osfo h home. Come to su. TEMPERANCE COLUMN. Condtctecl by Pjixville W. C. T. U. National Motto- " For God. Home and Na ive Land." State Motto Boe Strong and of Good Cour utr Watchwortl - Agitae.. 1dute%. Organize. -od helpin:g me. I promise not to buy. drink. sell or give Intoxicating liquors whilu I jive: From bad companions 'll refrain And never take God's name in vain. There is perhaps no one de partment of work in. the W. C. T. U. plan in which the whole membership can so actively unite as they can and do in that of the Flower Mission. Begin ning with the beautiful tender thought of Jennie Cassady em iphasized by her fair life. and sanctified by her Home going, it has grown until today and you are called upon to celebrate her !Heavenly birthday .on June 9. It is the work of every member of the W. C. T. U. by some .act of love for others on- Flower Mission Day - to bring "good tidings"-news of the im.rortal love that has never left the world; that never forgets the tears of earth's sorrowing chil dren: that lives only by its writ ten word of tenderness. Some of us are tied to duties that seem to leave little oppor tunity for the special service of the Flower Mission. Yet for every one of us there is a little something wve can do. Who cannot put out a gentle hand to touch a pale cheek or stroke a tired brow? Some of us can heap up lovely flowers. The little lad who had a scrap of lunch, put up perhaps by a tired mother, lent to the Lord and fed the thousands. Ah! we never know! so let us make June 9 the most beautiful celebration of Jennie Cassady's birthday ever held in South Carolina. The responsi bility of the Flower Mission is more weighty upon us than ever owing to the increase in every walk of life for the love of flow I ers. As we consider the growing use of flowers and plants on church, home and school. we see the truth of this. The school garden which is a flower or veg etable garden utilized for educa tional purposes is one of the far reaching results, and this plan is rapidly increasing in many lands. Tobacco and like evils will have less attraction for healthy, happy busy boys and girls with this knowledge - of plant and insect life. Many of our communities need awaken ing to the beauty of cleanliness and a sense of the value of beau tiful surroundings. Some one has said that the Flower Mission "recognizes the beautiful as a part of God's purpose for the world." If the flowver did no moure than cultivate a love for the beautiful our work would be worth while for the lovec of tile hmutifi whiateror it be carries with it uplifting influence which leave their impress on the soul. -There are sermons in flowers" and it is true that they uncon sciously teach us many lessons. "Your voiceless Jips, O flow ers. are living preachers, each cup a pulpit, every leaf a book." JESSIE CURTIS, State Supt. Flower Mis. Work. Torture of a Preacher. The story of the torture of Rev. 0. D. Moore, pastor of the Baptisf church, of Harpersville, N. Y.. will interest you. He says: "I suffered agonies, be cause of a persistent cough. resulting from the grip. I had to sleep sitting up in bed. I tried many remedies. with out relief, until I took Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption. coughs and colds, which entirely cured my cough, and saved me from consumption." A grand cure for diseased conditions of throat and lungs. At The '. B. Loryea Drug Store. Price 50c and $1.00. guar anteed. Trial bottles free. Animals In Art. "Sheep are in strong demand in the picture market," said the manager of a department store art gallery. "If I were a painter of animal studies I would confine my work entirely to pic tures of sheep. They sell better than any other animal pictures. I suppose the reason is that sheep lend them selves to more artistic poses than oth er quadruped subjeets. They can be more effectively grouped, and the con tour of their bodies is in soft and rounded lines well adapted to artistic work. Then sentiment is a factor in the popularity of these pictures. The women and children always are at tracted by them, especially by pictures of sheep lost in a storm, which appeal to their sympathies. Cows are a poor second to sheep in popularity, and the demand for horses is very light. The I horse is a somewhat conventional sub ject and one ;ery difficult to portray artistically, while the sheep can be easily and effectively introduced into a picture."-Philadelphia Record. Mv daughter had been down a week with Flux. and was very sick. I pro cured Dr. King' Diarrhoea aind Dysen tcri Cordial and cured her with four doses. George Hicks. Handv to have for sudden attacks. 15c.. sol'd by Dr. V. E. Brown & Co. Love's Young Dream. A Washington youth wrote home. after the elopement, "I am married 1 now, and all my troubles are over." Married men, please don't titier.-Chi cago Journal. Nobody ever pries into another man's concerns but with a design to do or to be able to do him mischief.-South. Just What Everyone Should Do. 'Mr. J. T. Barber of Irwinville, G a.. always keeps a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at hand for instant use. Attacks of colic, Icholera morbus and diarrhoea come on so suddenly that- there is no time to hunt a doctor or go to the store for medicine. Ir. Barber. says: ''I dChamberlain's Colic. Chol-! eraandDirrheaRemedy which i oneofth bstmedicines I ever saw. [ kep botleofit in my room as I havehadsevralattacks of colic and it provd t bethebest medicine I ever; used. Soldby Th R.3. Loryea Drug~ ':,or T Lo.rycame. Pron. Potash as NecessaryasRaih 7 The quality and quantity of the crops depend on a sufficiency of Potash in the sail. Fertilizers which are low in Potttsh will never produce satisfactory results. Every farmer should be familiar with the proper proportions of ingredients that go to riake the best fertilizers for every kind of crop. We have published a series nf books, containing the latest researches on this all important suoject, which we will b..nd free if you ask. W%'rite now while you think of it to the GERMAN K.L WORKS New York--.3 -Nassau Streeter Atlanta. Ga.-22% South Broad Street. MOUZON, The Staple and Fancy Grocer, carries a full and complete line of Green and Parched CotTees, Sugars, Grits. Meal and all Heavy Groceries. You can find on my shelves. right fresh Can ned Meats of all kinds. including such delica ies as Chicken. Tongue. Chipped Beef. Lob sters. Shrimps. etc. I have the entire garden of freshly canned kiceetables of the staple variety. including far ofT Boston Baked Beans. Of the easily digested cereal preparations I arry. aimng others. Force. Shredded Wheat. C're;I of Wheat. etc.. all of which is delicious. lathu! and nutritious-the very food for dys eptics aid invalids. You want Condiments. None are better than HEINZ'S CELEBRATED PICKLES, MUSTARDS, and his varied line of appetizing relishes. I carry thtin. Now% is the time to buy your Jellies and Pre erves. Cote to OCZON'S for them. I keepall he time a ful line of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. You can get your breakfast, dinner and sup per fron my store. I can feeu the touing:la orer or tile fastidicOus epicure: -the irritable yspepic ;ind the pettish invalid. SQUAUE DEALING, live and let live. w-th oldenl rulte prices covers my motto. efo.re b;ying for Your table call and see P.B. MOUZON, T]:o G-rocer. Undertaking. A complete stock of (askets. Conins and Fi eral Supplies always on hand. Me hearse will be sent to any part of the county. and calls wil be respondc-d to by Mr. A. J. White. funeral irctor aduntidertaker. ni;;ht or Clay. T. E. JENKINSON CO. N Jece to Creditors. All persons having claims against the estate of Frank N. Wilson, de eased, will present them duly at tested, and those owing said estate rill. make payment to C. F. WILLIAMS, Admininistrator. Coltubia, S. C., 12I4 Sumter street. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eate SWE CORDIALLY INV TE. I The publid to come and inspect our stock of 8 Fancy & Staple Groceries We carry this line and will cheerfully give you prices, as it is to your interest to keep in touch with them. FLOUR. e the best Full Patent and if no are Ssomewhat dissatisfied with your flour. try our 100 per 1i 0 cen. and we feel reasonaly sure you will be pleased, that is if you are looking for a high class article. _ 8 C Ae Wecarry both parched ad green, and if you want at Sfirst class article, something nicely flavored and contain ing good strength try some of our Coffee. We beg that you do not confuse these go ods with pos siblyothers you have been using. ~aCan we quote you prices in dulk? Certainly, with pleasure. Call and see. DICKSON HARDWARE CO.O Can supply your wants to. the letter. In the way of Farm Imple ments prices are guar. anteed. Call t1-o see us.