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SUPPLM NT TO THE IMTIMES.
VOL. XI. MANNING, S. C., OCTOBER 23, 1895- NO. 13.
AND PROSPERITY ONCE MORE RINH .UPREME IN THE LAND.
Trade has shaken off his load of depression and is raising his head proudly to invite the people to participate n a newi emHaicipation from the oppressions of debt. While values were pressed down to the lowest notch my long
mercantile experience taught me that a change was bound to come, even if a revolution had to force it. I, therefore, relying upon my jidgmuent, took advantge of the low prices of manufactured goods and bought heavily of everything
the people would need. The present rising prices only proves the correctness of my foresight, and to-day my store is filled with goods bought before the advance in prices. This is no idle boast, and a visit to my store will prove that the
"OLD LIEADER" IN OLARENDON'S MERCANTILE TRADE
is not only in the ring, but that he has managed his business so iudiciously that he is not even disfigured. The very best markets in the United States have been entered for the purpose of giving my patrons the Opportunity to get the very
latest styles -a
DRESS GOODSI Ej11RRIETES BRLINES,
SILKS, FLINNES, WORSTEDS, OUTINGS, CHEVIOTS, CREPONS, GINGHAMS, SATINES, PRINTS AD MANY OTHERS WHIH CAN BE
.cIAwTED B'.1N I OF MY STOCK.
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 ! my pnc
are astonishingly cheap. When a suit of clothes is l
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 aPe equal to an* $1.50 pants on the market.
- * I have one tiundred dozen heavy cottonade pants,
with a pair of suspenders to each pair, for 75 cents
-equal to any $1.25 pants on the market.
Coma and See for Yourself the Bargains to Be Had in Clothing,
,,_ ants Goods.
Come, look through the large pile o: pants goods in
* my store, and remember they were bought when
goods were ebeap. I 'ive heavy all-wool jeans, the
* price of which will surprise any 1uyer tbat is at all
acquainted with prices.
Where Did You Get that Hat?
If you did not get it at Levi's you failed to see my
* hat department, for no man can look at my line and
go elsewhere and buv. Any style and quality you
* want is here, andui tit a price that cannot be dupli
eted by anly okve.
Gents' Furnishing Goods, Umbrellas,
Neckwear, Rubber Coats and Hosiery.
Lap Robes. Carpets, Rugs, Hardware, cutlery, Saddlery; Harness., in and Willow Ware, StovesGlswrroky. FrunIpl etsfalKids
There is no establishment in this section of South 0 arolina that will undersell me in flannels, bleaches.- and unbleached goods. I make* it a rule to elalocygossrihadd o tep oofrbissc s44Futo h
Loom at 7 cents-when every man and woman -knows that it costs mlore at the factory. These baits arc offered to inisluead, and it is not my- way ofdonbuies Igiem cst erasrihtdalneeyhiaddootferhm
one article below cost and make a tremendous profit out of 'them on the other groods they arc compelled to buy.
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