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SUPPLEMENT TO THE MANNING TIMES
VOL. Xl. MANNING, S. C., OCTOBER 9, 1895. NO. 11.
Trade has shaken off his load of depression and i
mercantile experience taught me that a change was b
the people would need. The present rising prices only
is not only in the ring, but that he has managed his bus
latest styles in
SILS, FLANULS, WORSTBDS, 0
In this line I bought enly from reputable manu
* facturers, who pride themselves upon keeping
up with the fashions and with making up their
clothing to fit and hold the shape. These goods
* are astonishingly cheap. When a suit of clothes is
wanted I ask that you not make a purchase until
you come and look at my all-wool suits for $5. I
* have one hundred dozen wool-filling jeans pants for
$1 that are equal to any $1.50 pants on the market.
* I have one hundred dozen heavy cottonade pants,
with a pair of suspenders to each pair, for 75 cents
-equal to any $1.25 pants on the market.
Cone and See for Yourself the Bargains to Be Had in clothing.
Come, look throuh tLe large pile o pants goods in
* my store, and reuiember they were bought when
goods were ch~eap. I ha've heavy all-wool jeans, the
* price of whieb will surprise any buyer ibat is at all .
acquainted with prices'
Where Did You Get that Hat? .
If you did not get it at Levi'sr you failed to .see my
* hat department, for no man can look at my line and
go elsewhere and -buy. Any style and quality you
* want is hiere, and at a price that cannot be dupli
catedl by aniy one.
Gents' Furnishing Goods, Umbrellas,I
Neckwear, Rubber Coats and Hosiery.L
Lap Robes, Carpets, Rugs, Hrdwar
There is no establishment in this section of South C
Loom at 7 cents-when every man and woman knows t
one artel1e below cost and make a tremendous preit out
In trying to call attention to the stock carried in suei
of the departments and let my polite and attentive sales
own cotton buyer and am not tied to any factor's stake.
A Cordial Invit
OSPERITY ONCE MORE REIGNS SUPREMIE IN THUE
s raising his head proudly to invite the people to participate in a new emancipation from the oppressions of debt. While valut
)und to come, even if a revolution had to force it. I, therefore,. relying upon my jidgment, took advantge of the low prices of mi
proves the correctness of my foresight, and to-day my store is filled with goods bought before the advance in prices. This is no i<
D LEADER" IN CLARENDONT'S MEROANTILE TRA
iness so judiciously that he is not even disfigured. The very best markets in the United States have been entered for the purpose ol
GOODSI ENRIETTAS, SERGES, BF
UTINGS, CHEVIOTS, CREPONS, GINGHAMS, SATINES, PRINTS AND MANY OTI
LPPI.EL3MCIA.TErD BY.' AN INSP.ECTION CF' MY STC.CL
3, Cutlery, Saddlery, Hiar ness, Tin and Willow Ware, Stoves, Glassware, Crockery,
trolina that will undersell me in flannels, bleaches, and unbleached goods. I make it a rule to sell all of my goods straight, and do
2at it costs more at the factory. These baits are offered to mislead, and it is not my way of doing business. I give my customers
of them on the other goods they are compelled to buy.
HIGHEST PRIlCE PAID'FOR COTTON!
San immen~fse establishment the people will understand that in a newspaper space I can only mention a few things, but I ask that w
men make you prices. They will take pleasure in showing the goods. In conclusion, I desire to announce that I intend to give the
I can and will pay the highest market price for cotton, and will guarantee that the prices paid by me will be more than can be obt
ation Is Extended the Public to Visit My Store.
M~~~I~TII~.EY)~ I ,M.'~IQ .C
,s were pressed down to the lowest notch my long
anufactured goods and bought heai of-eeAr thing
Ile boast, and a visit to my store will prove that the
giving my patrons the opportunity to get the very
IRS 11CR CAN BE BITTE
Shoes. Shoes. Shoesa
Some people think this my pet department, and I
* guess it is, because.I give my personal attention to
the selection of the goods and see to it that I give
* my patr6ns their money's worth. I can sell a solid
leather gents' shoe-suitable for dress-for $1.50,
* which sells everywhere for $2.
I sell a ladies' handsome dress for $1 which
* simply strangles high prices. These shoes do not
come to me from second or third hands, but direct
* from the factory, and then only after entering into a
contract for .a large -quantity. with the manufact
*: .rers: Tere "is no use to specify the different
kinds of-sbos. I will only say that I have -.the
* best line in this county and will compete with the
- >rets from 25 cents up, from the leading makers.
* I. aw beadquai-ters for the famous B. & G.
This department is as large as the general run of
* .wholesale establishments in large cities. All my
heavy groceries are bought by the card load, with
* . the advantage of through freights. All of the
delicacies for the table can be found here in abund
* ance, as well as the bulky goods.
My Ultimna flour has stood the test of strong
*competition and imitation, but it has downed all
imitators and competitors.
Far'ming Implements of all Kinds,
not attempt to offer baits-such as 4-4 Fruit of the
a straight deal on everything, and do not offer them
ben you come to Manning you will go through each
farmers all the encouragement possible. I am my
ained from shipping.