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SUj3LISBES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN
MANNING, S. C.:
WEDNESDAY. SEPT. I6, 1896.
WHAT IS THE USE
To buy homespun dresses for house
wear when we can sell you the very
best fast colored dress ginghams at
the astonishing low price of 5e per yd?
What is the -use, ladies, to go else
where to buy your hats when we
have the largest stock of fine, fancy
miliinery ever shown in Manning
and at prices so reasonable that no
one can possibly have any grounds
to complain. Our pattern hats have
just come in from Paris and they are
perfect beauties. Come in, ladies,
and look at them. Ladies, remember
that we have now in stock one of the
prettiest and most complete stocks
of dress goods ever shown in this
town, with trimmings of %ll kinds to
suit. Our 36-inch cashmeres at 20c
per yd and our 44-inch cashmeres at
25c per yd are bargains that you
don't meet with every day. We also
have a beautiful line of all-wool la
dies' cloth, 36 inches wide, at only
25c per yard, and a much better
and finer line, 54 inches wide, at 60c
per yard. Ladies, when you want to
see the prettiest piece of black skirt
ing you ever saw, come to our store
and we will show it to you, 38 inches
wide at 50c and 85e per yard.
W. . JENKINSON.
Make your town tax returns before Octo
Judge Benet will be our next presiding
Hon. J. S. Wilson is in Florence attend -
Rev. W. E. Wilkins is at home on a
visit to his parents.
Politics is done and everybody has got
down to business again.
Mr. S. M. Youmans has accepted a posi
tion in the Manning post office.
Hon. Joseph F- Rhame and family have
returned home from the mountains.
Look over our advertising columns and
make your memorandums therefrom.
The Collegiate Institute had the largest
opening this year of any since its first
When! oh, when will we get rain to settle
the stiffing dust and cool off this torrid
Merchants, now is the time to advertise.
The people want to know what bargains
you have for them.
We are pleased to learn that Mrs. J. W.
Kennedy has' about recovered from her
Mr. James D- McDowell left yesterday
for New York where he goes to continue
his medical studies.
Died last Sunday. near Brewington, Mrs.
Lizzie Johnson, wife of Mr. Nealy John
son, aged about 38 years.
Charleston is making preparations to
have a week of festivities to draw t he
country folks to the city.
Our farmers are using the wire cotton tie
right along and they propose to do all in
their power to help crush the trust.
- Misses. Lulie Harvin, of Manning, and
Blanche Bilups, of Summerton, won the
scholarships in the Winthrop College.
We have been very indulgent with our
subscribers and we hope they will show
their appreciation by renewing and pay
The management of the State fair pro
pose to make the fair this fall one of gtkeir
--bist. Already a great many attractions
have been booked.
Last Saturday ouir merchants were
made happy by doing a large trade. Cotton
brought good prices and the people were
in a buying mood.
T~here are several applicants for the
office of magistrate at this place, which will
/be made vacant by the election of Mr. J. H.
Timmons to the clerkship.
*Hon. R.CO. Purdv, of Sumter, was in
Manning lgst Monday and was the recipi
ent of congratulations on the success of his
friend Judge Joseph H. Earle.
By a special act of the Legislature there
will be a two weeks term of court this fall
and the lawyers will make. big efforts to
clean the present accumulated docket.
* On account of a rush of new advertise
ments coming in late this week other mat
ter is necessarily crowded out, but we will
try and give our readers plenty after now.
.The Times will publish free of charge
the honor rolls of any of the schools in the
county. Send them in as early as you can
teachers, and do not wait until publication
Died last Sunday, at his home in Salem,
Mr. Daniel Driggers, aged about 60 yeara.
The deceased was a Veteran of the late
war and was highly esteemed among his
Try our sewing machine oil, warranted
not to stain or gum,S5and10c bottles, at
R. B. Loryea's.
Cotton continues to pour into Manning
and if the present weather continues it will
not be long before the fields will be bare.
Nearly every farmer claims the crop is
For writing paper, pens and ink, at the
lowest prices, go to Brockinton's.
It is very important that every white
voter should take care of his registration
certificate, because no one will be allowed
a'sballot in the general election
without it' Put-it, away carefully as it is
Do not forget that the town council has
leved its taxes. It takes money to run the
town and the -gentlemen composing the1
conceil are trying to manage as economi-.
cally as possible. Mlake your returns be
fore October 1st.
Syrup of Rock Candy, Horehound, and
Tallow is unsurpassed for coughs, colds,
and horseness, only 35c a bottle at R. B.
Loryea's drug store.
We would ask our readers to read the
neev advertisements in this issue of the
T1imes, and next week we will have some
thing to say about each one of the businese
men who believe in keeping before the
people with whom they wish to do busi
Look at Brockinton's advertisement in
this issue and go to see him at once.
Died last Saturday morning, near Sar
diniia, Mr". Sadie WVheeler, wife of Mr.
Robert Wheeler, aged about 33 years. The
funeral took place at Midway church and
was largely attended. Rev. W. J. McCoy,
D. D. officiated.
Fina box paper and envelopos, all prices,
at R. B. Loryea's.
Died at his home, last Friday in Sum
mierton, Doctor Thomas L. Burgess, aged
about seventy-three years. By his death
Clarendon loses one of its best citizens.
He was a gentlemirn of the old school and
greatly beloved among his large and ex
'-Red Rooster" smoking and chewing to.
bacco,5c a twist, at Brockinton's.
We learn that a farmer in Salem shi pped
some tobacco and instead of it bringing
him satisfactory returns, he was called upon
to pay charges ini excess of what his tobac
co brought. The tobacco failed to bring
enough to pay the charges. In the long
run we believe it pays to sell cotton and
tobacco at home.
How about that pair of spectacles you are
needing so bad ? Now is your time to get
them at Brockinton's.
3tanning bas every fa.cilit to make
goal market and fromt the eftarts now be
ing made by our b-ininess men we h:tv
e, erv ento raginent to believe that we art
oi. the road to m:tke this town a busv iar
kat. Every wman in Clarendon should lendl
a helping hand.
We wtre calie Iupou last we-k by Ei
ders Hubert E. Smvt1', at Utah anil Jojb 1-1.
Whitnley, of Olor:'lo. Their missi4n ht-rt
was to endeavor to prm ocure a il'ace to hls1
religious meetings. We foll thmil w-li
informed on all topivs and they have tbe
appearence of heing z-alous workers &)r
their cause. They moadL a request for tur
use of the court hoast or tae groto-k. it
they did not succeed in gett.ng pernissi"n
to use either.
It is actual mt-it that hias given llood's
Sarsaparilla the tirst place aton g muedi.
cines. It is the one true blood plrifier
and nerve tonic.
Cards are out annonncing the bethrothal
of Mr. Meyer Levi, of Rutherford. N. C., to
Miss Burnstine, of Washington. P. C. Mr.
Levi is a son f aloses Levi, of this towin,
and be has become one of the largest ner.
chants in his section. He does not onIV
do a large mercantile business, but he
also runs a bank. It is always a pleasure
for us to note the success of our Manning
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
by local applications as they cannot reach
the diseased portions of the ear. There is
only one way to cure deafness, and that is
by constitutional remedies. Deafness is
caused by an inflamed condition of the
mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube.
When this tube is inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and
when it is entirely closed, Deafness is the
result, and unless the inflamation can be
taken out and this tube restored to its nor
mal condition, hearing will be destroyed
forever; nine cases out of ten are caused
by catarrh, which is nothing but an in
flamed condition of the mucoas snrfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
any case of Deafness (-'aused by catarrh)
that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Send for oirculars, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
pRSold by Druggists, 75c.
Sewing machine needles, all kinds, at
R. B. Loryea's.
We received an invitation to attend the
marriage of Captain W. Priestly Conyers
formerly of Clarendon, and Marie. daugh
ter of Mrs. Sarah M. Gower. The cere
mony is to take place Wednesday evening,
September 23rd. ot the First Presbyterian
church in Greenville, S. C. Captain Con
yers left here several years ago and went to
Greenville where he is a prominent mem
ber of the bar and universally popular.
He has our heartiest congratulation.
LOST-a 41 calibre Colts pistol.
The finder will be rewarded by bring
ing it to this office.
in a recent letter to the manufacturers
Mr. W. F. Benjamin, editor of the Specta
tor, Rushford, N. Y., says: "It may be a
pleasure to you to know the high esteem
in which Chamberlain's medicines are held
by the people of your own State, where
they must be best known. An aunt of
mine, who resides at Dexter, Iowa, was
about to visit me a tew years since, and be
fore leaving home wrote me, asking if they
were sold here, stating if they were not she
would bring a quantity with her, as she
did not like to be without them." The
medicines referred to are Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, famous for its cures of
colds and croup; Chamberlain's Pain Balm
for rheumatism, lame back, pains in the
side and chest; and Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel
omplaints. These medicines have been
in constant use in Iowa for almost a quar
ter of a century. The people have learned
that they are articles of great worth and
merit, and unequaled by any other. They
are for sale here by R. B. Loryea, the drug.
'O TEACHERS OF CLARENDON
Teaching has become a progressive
art, new methods and new ideas are
being introduced every day which
make the work itself more pleasant
and the results more satisfactory to
both teacher and pupil.
No one can teach without using
some plan and as a general thing,
each one uses a plan which he has
shaped from his surroundings and
his individual needs; this being the
ase, no two use the same method
in their schools. By coming in con
tact one with another, we could
learn much from each other and I
know of no other way of bringing
the teachers of Clarendon county to
gether than by the organization of
a teachers association. The purpose
to be, the improvement of all who
may desire to connect themselves
with us; have monthiy meetings in
the town of Manning and at each of
he meetings have papers and talks
on the different methods of teaching
and general school management.
If a number desire to become mem
bers it could be organized at an early
date. I make this as a suggestion to
the teachers who wish to keep up
with the recent developments in our
profession and hope they will re
Through the kindness of the E d
itor of The Times those wishing to
express their views, may do so
through its columns, I would be
glad to ihear personally from those
interested in the matter.
Jordan, S. C., Sept 16, 1896.
ANING'S FUTURE IS BRIGH T.
BUCKLEN'S ARMICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
orns and all skin eruptions, and positively
cures piles or no pay required. It is guar
nteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25c. per box. For sale by
R. B. Loryea.
From a letter written by Rev, J. Gun der
man, of Dimondale, Mich., we are permit
ted to make this extract: "I have no hesi
tation in recommending Dr. King's New
Discovery, as the results were almost mar
velous in the case of my wife. While I was
pastor of the Baptist church at Rives Junc
tion she was brought down with pneumonia
suceeding La GrippA Terrible paraxysms
of coughing would last hours with little
interuption and it seemed as if she .'uld
Dot survive them. A friend recommenided
Dr King's New Discovery; it was quick in
its work and highly satisfactory in results."
Trial bottles free at R. B. LORTEA'S
Drug Store. Regular size bottles 50 cents
Electric Bitters is. a medicine suited for
any season, but perhaps more generally
needed, when the languid exhausted feel
ing prevails, when the liver is torpid and
sluggish and the need of a tonic and alter
ative is felt. A prompt use of this medi
cine has often averted long and perhaps
fatal bilious fevers. No medicine will' act
more surely in counteracting and freeing
te system from the malarial poison. Head
ache, Indigestion, Constipation, Dizziness
yield to Electric Bitters. 50c. and S1.00
per bottle at IR. B. Loryea's drug store.
Notice to Town Tax Payers.
All persons owning or having in
charge any real or personal property
in the town of Manning are hereby
req uired to make returns thereof to
the clerk of council on or before th'
1st of October, 1896. Blanks will be
furnished at the clerk's office.
Clerk and Treasurer.
Manning, S.C. e pt. 9th 1896.
Sae proved by the statements of lead
SaOS ing druggists everywhere, show
that the people have an abiding confidence
in Hood's Sarsaparilla. Great
C proved by the voluntary state
CUres ments of thousands of people,
show that Hood's Sarsaparilla has great
over disease by purifying, en
Power riching and invigorating the
blood, upon which health and life depend.
Is the One True Blood Purifier. All druggists. c1.
p are the only pills to tak e
Hood's Pills with Hoods sarsaparilla.
THAT TIRED FEELINC.
Nobody is particularly anxious to
spend their money. Everybody has
to. Your wants must be satisfied
and it takes money to do it. A per
son is not apt to look cheerful over
the prospect of spending money.
Lots of buying is done with a long
face. This is all wrong; we offer a
change for the better.
You Feel Relieved-The
minute you see our Grand Stock of
New and Popniar Goods. It looks
fresh and desirable. The first glance
shows you that you are on the right
track. No mistake about this being
a modern up-to-date line of goods.
You wake up to the fact that you
Lave gotten into the right store.
The Feeling Grows-When
you commence to go into details.
You feel as if the goods were bought
on purpose for you. No trouble to
make a satisfactory selection. It
gets down to a question which is the
Trouble is Forgotten
When you learn our prices. They
are always at the low water mark.
We don't give goods away-we can't.
We can sell goods very low-we do.
This is a fact. We might brag about
it, but what's the use? A word to
the wise is sufficient. It's as true as
truth that we sell goods cheap. We
Happiness is Supreme
When you get just whaL you want at
less than you expected to pay. We
are treating our customers to this
kind of a surprise every day. We
sell you a good article and let you
off cheap. You will find our selec
tions choice, our goods reliable, our
prices satisfactory. A fair deal makes
the buyer happy--we give it. To
spend money and be happy at the
same time, go to
S. A. RIGBY'S.
Look out for some good values
which I'll quote you next week strict
ly for the cash.
THE CITADEL SCHOLARSHIP
Was won yesterday by David A.
Bradham, a son of Mr. WV. J. Brad
ham. The following is a result of
; : INumber.
* * . IHistory.
SUMTER, S. C.
le Pays the Freight.
'Don't forget our
T A XES.
Atas meeting of the town council
held ieptember 7th, 18963, it was de
cided to levy a tax of twenty cents
on the, hundred dollars on all real and
persortal property within the cor
porate- limits of the town of Manning,
and a commutation tax of t wo dollare
on all male persons not exempt by
law, who are residents of the town.
The books will be open on .the 10th
day of October and close November
15th 18 96.
Clerk of Council.
The thirty-fourth session open
*Monday, October 5. Enrollment lii.
ited. For information apply to
E. C. ALSBROOK, Principal,
Manning. S. C.
Ripana aue cure headache.
OUR HUMBLE THANKS.
We desire 'o extend to our many
friends and customers our hamble
tbanks for the liberal and cver in
creasing support they have given me
in the pLast and trust we way merit a
continuance of same as we are in a
better position to give be:ter bar
gains this fall than ever before.
Two years ago we started business
in a very modest way benealth the
shadow of the greates nrchants in
Clarendon county, but with all of
these gr'eat mercantile aiants tower
ing above us we have worked up a
trade that a merchaut uf greater
years and experience might justly
feel proud of notwithstanding the
fact that our entire stock of mer
chandise was destroyed by fire last
December, during the very cream of
the season, but Phonix-like, we
sprank from the ashes in time to
capture the spring trade. But the
question comes up, "How can such
great thirgs be done in so short a
time ?" The answer is apparent to
all: From the beginning we decided
to sell goods for the cash and for the
cash only, chosing rather to sell our
goods at a small profit for the cash
than to sell them on time at enor
mous profits and wait for the money,
and the result is we sell a great many
goods at very small profits and at the
end of the season when we take stock
w'e find that we have done some
thing for ourselves and accomplished
a great deal for the public in keeping
a cheap cash store where they can
spend their little cash earnings to a
Now, friends, wc wish to talk to
you about the bargains we now have
to offer you and you all know me
long enough and well enough to
know that what I advertise in this
paper I will have in my store when
you come to make your fall pur
2,000 yards jeans of all kinds at
8 1-3, 10, 12, 15, 20, 25 and 30 cents
per yard. Our line of jeans at 20c
per yard is a wool filler and is one of
the best bargains we have ever of
fered in jeans.
8,000 yards dress ginghams, a
splendid thick goods, every yard
warranted fast colors and if it proves
otherwise we refund the money, only
5e per yard or 4 1-2 cents if you take
the whole piece.
25 doz. men's heavy, fleeced cotton
undervests at 25c each. This is de
cidedly the greatest bargain we have
ever been able to offer at this popu
lar price. 25c. In addition to this
we have splendid lines of gents' cot
ton undervests at 35, 40 and 50c
each; in wool at 75c, $1.00 and $1.25
2.5 doz. ladies' jersey ribbed cotton
undervests at 25c each. In buying
our ladies' undervests we wrote to
some of the largest houses in the
country and had them to send us
samples, and in our selection we feel
sure we offer you an undervest that
you have never been able to get at
25c each. In addition to these we
have ladies' undervests at almost
any price you want.
25 doz. gent's white unlaundered
shirts at 30e each or two for 55c.
Now, I knowv you will say, "This he
cannot do," but bring along your
55c and you will get a pair of shirts.
In addition to these we have a large
line of the King uulaundered shirts,
all-linen bosom and the finest shirt
that was ever heard of or seen in this
town for 50c.
25 doz. ladies' seamless black hose
at 10c per pair. These goods are
warranted absolutely fast black. We
feel sure the ladies will appreciate
these goods at this popular price.
We also carry a large line of hosiery
of the Louis Hermsdorf dyes, a brand
of hose that are known all over the
world for its excellent wearing quali
200 pairs ladies' grain and glove
grain button shoes at 90e per pair.
This is a bargain you rarely meet
with. Call and see them for your
selves. We also carry as handsome
a line of gents', ladies', misses' and
children's shoes as will be found in
any house in the country. Call and
see us when vou want shoes. We
will please you.
Our line of ladies' fine dress goods
and trimmings contains some of the
best bargains we have ever offered in
dress goods. Ladies' cloths. 3G
inches wide, at 25c per yard, worth
Fine cashmeres, all shades, 46
inches wide, at only 25c per yard.
Beautiful worsteds in all shades,
30 inches wide, only 12 1-2c per yd.
Silks, velvets, gimps and jet passa
mentrie for trimmings.
Ladies, when you want hats this
fall don't forget that we have one
of the finest millinery departments
ever seen in Manning and we have
secured the services of Miss Laura
Beckum, of Sumter, to take charge
of our millinery department. She is
a very competent and tasty milliner
and who has had years of' experience
in this business.
Our line of gents', youths' and
boys' clothing is complete and con
tains some bargains for all. Chil
dren's 2-piece knee suits from 60c up.
Youths' 3 piece suits from $2.00 up.
Men's suits from S3.00 up.
Do vou wear pants ? Well, if you
(10 here is the place to buy as we
have sonme bargains to offer you.
We have some great bargains to
offer you in gents', boys' and chil
dren's hats and caps. We have a
line of gents' hats at 50c that will
open your eyes if you will just come
and look at them.
One gross of the famous Oil Butter
Milk Soap, 10c per cake or 3 for 25c.
One gross of soap, Sc per cake or
3 large cakes for 10c.
One gross machine oil at Sc per
bottle. These are very large bottles
and the very best oil. You cannot
afford to miss this offer.
In conclusion we wish to say thai
we carry a large line of trunks and
valises, umbrellas and machintosll
coats, tin ware, crockery ware, lamps
and glassware, also a nice line o:
When in town we invite vanu tc
come and look over our bargains
We will take great pleasure in show'
ing whether you buy or not.
NEW STORE I
In opening our branch store we appeal to the Clarendon
people for a liberal share of their patronage. Our appeal is
based on the fact of our giving you the
In Return For Your Money.
Below we quote you a few prices, and a call will con
vince you that
We Sell Goods as Advertised.
10 doz. Suspenders, worth 25c, our piice 10c.
10 doz. sample Undervests, 50c, 75c, and $1.50; just
one-half of their real value.
250 sample Fats and Caps sold at less than 50c on the
All-Wool Suits at $5.00.
A handsome Cutaway Suit for $8.50.
Boy Suits from 35c up.
In fact every thing in our store is a genuine bargain.
BROWN, CUTTINO & ELGAR)
LEADING CLOTHIERS OF MANNING AND SUMTER, S. C.
H. IV. DURANT & 801,
seeMTn, s. 0.
To Our Clarendon Friends:
We are now prepared to offer lower pri:ces than ever. Call or write
for what you want. Our Stock is complete. We have added to our im
miense stock of hardware a large line of
P AINTS, OIL S, E TC.,
at lowv figures.
Harness, Saddles, Rubber and Belting, Leather, etc.
Great bargains in Guns, Pistols, etc.
Headquarter for Powde-: Shot and Shells (loaded and empty.)
Engine Supplies, Beltir.g, etc.
HEADQUARTERS FOR COOKING AND HEATING STOVES (WARRANTED).
Th etGoods A EI
at the Lowest .
Your attention is called to the following ATOEYA2LW
Our Hardin Co., Pare A pple vinegar isTON.WIS,
superb for pickling or table use; try it,
only 30c. a aallon.
ur ureo unoadulterated spices, all kinds,MAN G S.C
to pickles; give them a trial, our prices are , R N
FLAVORING EXTRACTS. DNIT
Str a orin01g extracts of Lemon,ania, eANIGs.c
for strength,purity and delicacy of favor; OFC NMNIGHTL
try them once and you will use no other. ____________________
TURNIP SEED.FO SAE
A lull line of Wood's turnip seed, tested Prte wihn topcasfrah
BUT DON'T FORGET.bolr1-hrepwrwihgnadres
When in need of pure drugs and medi- as is-ls rs il ilfn tt hi
cines always go to. itrs oapyt
R. B. LORYEA,
I ~The Druggist.!
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Manning, . CANJulG,,S189.
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232 MEETING STREET, CHARLESTON S. C.
State Agents for the Sale of
Wholesale dealers in
Stoves, Tinwares, House Furnishing 6eeds,
Tin Plate, Sheet lIron, Tinns' Suppies.
Galvanized Gutter and Rainwater
Pipe in ten feet lengths. We
Manufacture TOBACCO BARN
FLUES and Deliver Them
i e dS d Freight Prepaid to Any Sta
Send for our Circular ad gvng
Tond~ Fu sizso l h
showing plans of ToUaUcU UII F best styles ..........
Percival Manufacturing Co.
Doors, Sash and Blinds.
478 to 486 MEETING ST., CHARTESTON, S. C.
C W. FOLsoM,
Sign of the Big Watch,
5r AM3Em : 0. V.
- A BIG LINE OF -
Birthday, Wedding and ChristMasftssi
- WATCHES, DIAMONDS -
Fine Sterling Silver Clocks, Optical Sees,
Fine Knives, Scissors and Razors, Machine N e 4e
All repairing guaranteed.
THOMAS WILSON, R. E. JAQUES, JOHN WILSON,
President. Manager. Secretary and Treasurer.
The Carolilla Grocery Compaly.
SUCCESSORS OF BOYD BROTHERS,
Wholesale Grocers and Commission Merchants
No. 195 EAST BAY,
TO CONSUMERS OF LAGER BEER:
The Palmetto Brewing Company of Charleston, S. C., have made arrangements
with the Sonth Carolina State authorities, by which they are enabled to fill orders fred
consumers for shipments of beer in ay quantity at the following prices :
Pints (patent stopper).............................70c per dozen
Four dozen pints in crate..........................$2.80 per erate
Qu a ............................ ....................2
Exports, pints, ten dozen ini barrel..........................$9.00
It will be necessary for consumers or parties ordering to state that the~beeruis for
private consumption. We offer special rates for these shipments. This beer is guar
anteed pure, made of the choicest hops and malt, and is recommendled by the medies
fraternity. Send to us for a trial order.
The Palmetto Brewing Company, Charleston, S. C.
THOS. S. ROCAN,
-DEALER IN- -
China, Glassware, Lamps. Lamp Goods,
Woodenware, Brooms, and Tinware.
Oil and Gasoline Stoves, Fly Fans, Fly Traps, Ice
Cream Churns, Fruit Jars and Jelly Glasses.
AGENT FOR THE HOME PRIDE COOKING STOVES AND RAISES.
Big Bargains Always on the 5c. and 10c.
Opera House, Opposite Court House, Sumter, S. C.
Alcil KU Mas
The only Factory of the kind in the County. Man
THE BEST 10 CENT SOCKS
ON THE .MARET,
Everybody solicitated to test the above statement. Coal
sidering this fact, we confidentially hope for your trade.
All the stores in Manning noW have or will have theum
Alc olu Knitting Mills,.
Alcolu, S. C.
Sinamcibe to The Lnning Times. $1.50 per Year.