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PUJBLISHES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN
M ANNING, S. C.:
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 20, 1899.
Best Granulated Sugar, 17 lbs for $1;
very nice Light Brown Sugar, 20 lbs for Sl;
good Coffee, 8, per lb; very due Rio Cof
fee, only 12,c per lb; old Government Java
and Mocha Coffee-, b'endej, o ly 25c per
lb, this is something very tine. The finest
line of Teas ever offered in this town. Our
Celestial Blend Tea at 75c per lb is some
thing very nice, and if you ever use it once
you can't help but get it again. Good
Family Flonr, 50 lbs for Sl; the finest Pat
ent Flour, 40 lbs for $1. Hecker's Buck
wheat and Hecker's Rolled O.tts at the low
est possible prices. Very fine country
made cane Syrup, only 40c per gal; Maple
Syrup, in half gallon tins, at 50c per half
galloin. B-st Cream Cbeese, 3 lbs for 50c,
Imposted Maccaroni, 10c per lb. All kinds
of Jelly, in 3-lb tin buckets, only 15c each,
or 2 buckets for 25c. Best brands of Con
densed Milk, only 10c per can. Best Lon
don Layer Raisins, in large clusters, only
15c per lb. 2 lbs for 25c. The cheapest and
finest lot of Red Appl-s to be found in
Manning at our store, only 40c per pk, 2
pks for 75c. Call and see our Christmas
head Rice at 75c per pk.
Wishing our patrons a merry Christmas,
I am yours truly,
W. E. JENKINSON.
Notice is hereby given
that no advertisements will
be hereafter changed in this
paper where the copy is
brought in later than Sat
Mr. A. G. Stack has completed a fine
residence in Pinewood.
Tarbell Cheese at McLeod's. It is the
Cash paid for corn, peas and hay. Legg
The Presbyterians of Pinewood have re
cently completed a fine-church.
Photos 3 for 25c. at Taylor's Canvas gal
lery, Manning S. C
You can get a nice Tooth Brush from
5c up, at Brockinton's.
Marriages are getting to be so numerous
these days that our bachelors say they will
re'nain single just for fun.
Stove Gasoline 20c. per gallon. Man
ing Hardware Co.
Go to J W McLeod's for Dried Fruit, Cit
ron, Currants, Raisins and Jellies.
To be married next Sunday at Bethel
chrch in Sandy Grove, Mr. Willie Wors
ham and Miss Etta Burgess.
Pretty Books, prettily hound, 25c, at
Rhame's drug store, Summerton.
Just received, a new supply of Writting
Tablets, fromu le to 10c, at Brockinton's.
Married last Thursday by Rev. WV. E.
Wiggins, at Pine Grove church, Mr. Frank
Dennis and Miss Amanda Moore.
Just think of it, a gool Work Collar for
only 50c. Legg & Hutchinson.
Miss Ria Seott has accepted a position at
S. R. Tennings jewelry and novelty store.
There will beo preachirug at Fellowship
church by Rev. J. J. Meyers next Sunday
at 3 o'clock p. m. The public is cordially
French Rat'Traps, 50e. each. Manning
Poems and Stories in lovely bindings,
25c, at Rhame's drug store, Summerton.
There will be a Christnias tree at Felder
school house next Friday night, Dec. 22nd,
for the school children. Doors open at
7:30. Public cordially invited.
A beautiful line of Christmas and New
Year Cards, Prices from 25c, to $1.04). S.
Read caiefully every word contained in
the advertisement of 'the R B Loryea drug
store, Isaac M Loryea, Propr.
Died last Monday nigh~t on the TIindal
ii plantation, Mr. John Bar-field, aged
aout 21 years. The deceased came from
Kingtree and he leaves a wife and "ne
Handsome Water, Lemonade, and Choc
olate Sets, at S. RI. Venning's jewelry and
We a':e still headquarters5 for all fine
Perfmr-y and Extracts. Cadi and exam
me our stock. Brockiuton.
Married last Wednesday, at the residence
of the brides parents, near Beulah by Rev.
V. E. Wiggins, Mr. W. H. Green and Miss
Ada Thompson, daughter of Mr. John
"Christmas corr'-s but once a year." Se
lect your Christ."as presents at the R B
Lorya drng store, Isaac 31 Lory ea, Propr.
Pro.te Judge Windbam will hereafter
ave Mondays and Saturdays of each week
as his office days. Persons having busi
ness in the office of the Prob.ate Judgle will
reemnber the days.
A fine lot of fancy Imported hand Paint
ed China Ware, at S. R. Venning's Jewelry
and Novelty Store.
Five hundred bushels Rust Proof Oats
for sale-Texats, 50e; South Carolina, 60c
per bushel. Legg & Hutchinson.
To be married at home, near Jordan. to
morrow, Miss Jenr.ette Wells and Mr. Emil
Li rage of Marion. The bride is the eldest
daughter of Mr. L L. Wells, county sn
perintenent of education.
We have a nice lot of Tennessee Horses
and Mules at our stables and another car
load will arrive next week. Don't it~il to~
se them. Legg & Hutchinson.
A thing of be'auty is a joy forever."
T'at is if you ourchase your Ornaments,
Vses, Cups and Saucers, Jeweirv Cases,
Mnucure sets from the R B Loryea drug
store, Isaac 3! L'jrea, Propr.
The people of this town are deiighted
with the ieturn of Rev. P. B. Wells to the
psterte of the Methodist church. M1r.
Wells has made maruy friends here and tbe
is doing good work for his church.
I will on Dec. 12 erect a first class photo
graphic tent in M~anninig where I will re
mam olv a short while. All the latest
stits at popular-prices5. J. B. Taylor,
1here will be a Christmas tree and enter
tainment given by Miss Lizzie Pouncey's
scool,at Bethlehem chureh, Monday, Dec.
2th. The public cordially invited. Doors
open at 7 o'clock e-xercises beginning
promptly at 7:30.
Housekeepers that will want to prepare
those nice dainties for Christmas can he
splied. with a fresh lot of raisins, cur
rats citron, jellies and everything else in
the 'big dinner" line at J. WV. McLeod's.
Reemeber that the tax books close on
the last day of this month, and it is doubt.
ful if there will be a tax extension. Here
tofore the collection was extended on ac
count of the low price of p roducts, the
saie reason does not exist this year. Every
boy had better pay, now, and save penal
The town of Pinewood will hereafter be
know n as Clarendon. and it is th ught the
object of getting the place incorporate1 is
to establish a dispensary, to put an e:ld to
blind tigers, which are said to abound in
and around Pinewood.
We have a big lot of One and Two Horse
Wagons, Single and Doube Buggie., Sin
g ae and Doub!e Harness, Riding Saddles
aud Uridles, Laprobes, extra Bggy Shifts
and Poles, extra Buggy and Cart Cushions,
cheap for cash. Legg & Hutchiuson.
The Methodist Sunday school at Pine
wood will have a Christmas tree next Mon.
day. The people of that section are very
proud of this Sunday school, and under the
charge of Misses Baxter am.1 Smith. the
children are learning rapid'y.
"Next to acquiring good friends the best
acquaintance is that or good bookS." atl in
order to secure your metal friends, ca~l
and purchase your books froi us. e
bave the Englisii and American Poets. Nov
els, in cloth and paper covered editions.
The R B Ljorvea drug stoe, I-aac M Lor
St. Peter's Lodge A. F. M. last Wed
nesday evening elected the following offi
ers: J H Lesesne, W M; F P Ervin, S W;
J H Rigby. J W; J T Stukes, Treas; I I
Bagnal, Sec'y. Installation takei place 27th
inst. Refreshments will be served. All
inemibers are expected.
Smokers' Requisites.-A superb collec
tion of Pipes, French Briar .toot. App!e,
Cherry, in great variety and at all prices.
Cigarettes, Cigar and Cigarette Holders,
Cigarette Books, Match Cases. A pretty
and acceptable prosent: Pipe and Cigar
Holder, in ease. The R B Loryea drug
store, Isaac \1 Loryea, Propr.
The city of Florence has again been the
victim of fire. Yesterday the city hall,
city hotel, opera house, opera house hotel
and twenty seven other buildings, includ
ing stores, were destroy. Darlington rush
ed aid, but the water supply gave out, and
nothing could be done to arrest the flames.
The losses are very heavy.
"And beauty draws us with a single
hair." We carry a full line of Ayer's Hair
Vigor, Parker's Hair Balsam, Hall's Vege
table Sicilian Hair Renewer, Allan's Hair
Renewer, Allan's Hair Dye. A full assort
ment of Harr Brushies, Tooth Brushes,
Nail Brushes, Combs and Barbers'Requi
sites. The R B Loryea drug store, Isaac M
Now that Ch;itmas is close at hand,
lookout for casualties, Foreston records the
first knock-out from the festive fire cracker.
On last Friday night Allen Barnes a son of
Mr. S. Y.Barnes, was monkeying with a
cannon cracker. aul the thing went off
taking with it tle end of one finger, and
otherwise lacerated the hand. The young
man although painfin!ly hnrt, is getting on
very nicely, and will give cannon crazkers
a wide berth in the f-ture.
Pains in head, neck, shoulders, back.
front, sides, hips and limbs are readily
cured by Simmons' Squaw Vine Wine or
Tablets. Sold by Dc W M Brockinton.
To our subscribers who have given us
such flattering expressions of their appre
ciation of TF 'TDiFs of last week, we ex
tend our heartfelt thanks. It was our en
deavor to give our readers a holiday edition
second to none in the etate, and we ex
ceeded our owd expectations. That issue
of the paper will do a greFt deal of good to
this town and county. It will be felt in
more ways than one, and we feel proud of
having accomplished such a happy result.
]DeWitt's Little Early Risers purify the
blood, clean the liver,invigorate the system.
Famous little pilis for constipation and
liver troubles. D 0 Rame.Summerton; Dr
W M Brockinton. Manning.
Those opposed to the Legislature cutting
off certain townships to be exempted from
the operations of the stock law need not
blame the delegation if the measure should
become a law. If it does become a law it
will be because those opposed are sitting
down idly, while those who favor the pro
ject are procuring signatures to petitione.
The delegation will be largely influenced
by the petitions presented to them, as that
is the only way they will have of ascertain.
ing what the people in those townships
Cure stomach troubles, cold feet and
hands, excessive menstrual flow with im
mons' Squaw Vine Wine or Tablets. Sold
by Dr W M Brockinton.
That this country has attracted the at
tention of prospectors is evident. There
is hardly a month in the year but that
some inquiries do not reach us about this
section, and often men from abroad come
here to look for places and sites to estab
lish industries. There is now in this coun
ty a gentleman from New Jersey looking
out for a site to locate an indostry which
will give employment to many people and
cause the circulation of a lot of money.
Our people should encourage in every pos
sible way these prospectors to locate in our
midst. We need monied men to c'me
among us, and the way to get them is to
offer such inducements as will impress
them with our desire to lift o-ireelves out
of the old ruts and get into the progressive
.1 B Clark,' Peoria, Ill, says, "Surgeons
w~anted to operate on me for piles, but I
cured themi with DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve." It is infallible for piles and skin
diseases. Beware of conterfeits. D 0
Rhane, Summertoni; Dr WV M Brockinton,
Of cour.-e everybody is anxious to know
what action was taken last Sunday by the
Presbyterian congregation of this place,
wit reference to the letter of resignation
of Rev. James McDowell. A fter the regu
lar morning service the congregation re
mained and the resignation was discussed.
It was argued that it tight be best to com
ply with the pastor's wishes, as there are
some who have become indifferent, and
the church needed a younger man to cope
with the activity of other churches. Then
on the other hand it was argued tnat if
there wvas any indifference or coldness, no
fault could be attached to the pastor; he
was always at his post doing his duty, and
a younger man could do no more. On a
vote taken to say whether or not the con
gregation would accept Mr. McDowell's
resignation, 7 voted to accept and 38 voted
against acceptance. Then a resolution was
adopted witbout a dissenting voice declin
ing to accept the resignation and asking
Mr. McDowell to reconsider his determiina
tion to resign, and to wihdraw his letter.
The church meeting was public and
throughout the discussion the most affec
tionate feeling was expressed for Mr. Mc
Dowell by those who were willing to ac
cept his resignation.
If you feel dull, languid, broken down,
lebiliated, have weak stomach or indiges
tion, use Dr Mi A Simmons' liver medicine.
Sold by Dr W M1 Brockinton.
The entertainment given la--t Friday
evening in the court house, under the ans
pices cf the ladies o-f t-:e Methodist church,
was a grand success, both fromi a stand
point of entertaining a large audience and
tnancially. The principal feature to amuse
was the -'cake walk," led by John Miller-,
bhcked, or Mr. Joe Wells, whe~n washed.
In this instance 'ail coons did not look
alike," because on this occasion the
"coons" were good-looking and homely.
Mr. Wells made a fine-looking, slick, black,
well-fed negro sport. Prof. Inabnit was a
ittle, ugly, limber-legged darkey who
ould not stand still at the sound of music.
M-. Harry Lese sae was a aarkey on the
ountry preacher order, with an eye sharp
for chicken roosts. Then there were others
who represented all phases of negro char
ater. The ladies in the "walk " were all
the way from the black dam-sells which wve
see on our streets every day with their high
"falutn'" airs down to the kitchen beau
ties perspiring over the cook stove. 'rhe
singing was well rendered and so were the
recitations. After the program was finished
the large audience wvere served refresh
ments, consisting of nicely prepared oys
ters, custards, cakes, lemonade and home
made candies. Everybody that attended
was well pleased and it is hoped these en
teertainments will be continued during the
Dr M A Simmons' liver mcdicine has
since 1840 steadily risen in public favor,
and the demand for it far exceeds that of
anyothr lvermedicine. Sold by Dr WV
We beg to inform our patrous and frien-ds
thiroughnout Manning. Cl!arend Ii and af
joining counties tLat we prepare l to !.1
anv and all prescript ons no matter by
whom pre-cribed n-suring them that they
wit be conmpounle- with ease, accuracy
and despatch. Oar imr::t on any 1vRcip
is a gnarcntte of its ;accuracy arid punity.
The R. B. Loryta oru. store, Isaae M.
Definition-Soinething looked up
in the dictionary to-day and forgotton
Ail ps rans h iving claim:s against the
eountv .0 Cartlbn will please pres(nt
then m.. 1,1 - lrday n .iiv ry t!:it
thle Siue I'.." he :m;idered. f' appiro
Iva or r.j Ct i::. Aa invtati:i j al ex
tend e. t the rstative; to Imet with
the bear.. tat dla for the purpos if
aIcquiri:.: ii elvssary inflormtiou t;) aid
them in thir legish.tiv dies. It ir
earnestly ,sired that there 1.e a full at
tendance of the delegation.
r. C. OWENS.
gets after it is too late to make use
A SURE CURE 1011 UROLP.
Twently-fiVe Years' Constant Use With
out a Failure.
The first indication of croup is ho.'rs
ness, and in a child sul ject to that disease
it may be taken a:; a sure sign of the ap.
proach of an attack. Following this hoarse
ness is a peculiar rough cough. It Oham
berlain's Cough Remedy is given as s- n
as the child becomes hoarse. or even afte r
the croupy cough appears, it will prevent
the attack. It is used in many thousands
of homes in this broad land and never dis
appoint, th- anxious mothers. Ve hive
yet to learn of a single instance int which
it has not proved effectual. No other pre.
paration can show such a record-twenty
five years' constaDt use withont a failure.
For sale at the R. B. Loryea drig store.
Modesty-A masquerade costume
sometimes worn by a woman with an
object in view.
P h ,AThe Kind You Have Always Blit
A man will always smile at your
jokes if you ask him to smile at your
Mv son has been troubled for years with
chrouic diarrhoea. Some time ago I per
suaded him to take some of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrboea Remedy.
After using two bottles of the 25 cent size
he was cured. I give this testimonial hop
ing some one similarly afflicted may read
it and be benefited.-Thomas C Bower,
Glencoe, o. For sale by the R B Loryea
If it wasn't for the weather, there
are lots of men who would never look
A Remarkable Case.
Antioc, Miss., July 1, 1898.
I want to than k you for the great benetit
I have received from your wonderful rem
edy, Benedieta. I was induced to try a bot
tle, and it benetited me so much I used an
other and I am now entirely well. There
is certainly no medicine like it and I can
recommend it to all women.
MEs. BETTIE LANGsTON.
Sold by R. B. Loryea.
The only thing that is positively
known abou angels is that nob..dy
ever saw one.
"One Minute Cough Cure is the best
remedy I ever used for coughs and colds.
It is unequalled for whooping cough. Chil
dren all hke it," writes H N Willitms,Gen
tryville, Ind. Never fails. It is the only
harmless remedy that gives immediate re
suts. Cures coughs, colds, hoarseness,
croup, pneumonia. bronchitis and all
throat and lung troubles. Its early use pre
vents consumption. 1) 0 Rhame, Sum
merton; Dr W $I Brockinton, MIanning.
The good old deacon gets down on
his knees, and his son gets down on
his upper lip.
A Woman's Lette'.
Coolidge, Ky., Aug. 20, 1898.
New Spencer MIedicine Co.: Since writ
ing von in July, I have continued to use
Benedicta and am surprised at the results.
Before using the remedy I suffered from
womb troubles and a weak stomach, but the
three bottles of Benedicta has completely
cured me. It is a great medicine for deli
cate women. SIas. Hi. R. GILuEATH.
Sold by Rt. B. Loryea.
The average man thinks his rights
are infringed upon whenever his wife
For Tnfants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Signature of ,
When a widow sets her cap for a
man, he will soon be paying her nmil
It takes but a minute to overcome tick
ling in the throat and to stop a cough by
the use of One Mlinute Cough Cure. This
remedy quickly cures all forms of throat
and lung troubles. Harmless and lelasant
to take. It prevents consumption. A fa
mous specitic for grippe aoa its after effects.
D O Rhame, Summerton; Dr W 31 Brock
Truth is stranger than fiction, be
cause there is less of it on the market.
Mrs R Churchill, Berlin, Yt, says, "Our
baby was covered with running sores. De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve cured her." A
specific for piles and skin diseases Be
ware of worthless counterfeits. D 0
Rhae, Sumimerton; Dr Wi MI Brockinto,,
Many a slip 'twixt the cup and the
lip might be avoided by using bowvls.
WV T Teouman, Lury, S C, writes: Have
used Dr SI A Simmons' liver medicine 10
years. It has cured enlargenment of the
liver and insomnia. Trhink it is as far
ahead of Zeilin's and Black Draught as day
is ahead of niight. bald by Dr WV I Brock
A full man and an empty p)ocket
book often go hand in hand.
* Keep qiet
and use Chamberlain's colic, cholera and
ditrrhoea remedy for all pains of the stom
ach and all unnatural looseness of the bow
els. It always cures. For sale by R. B3.
Loryea, druggist. [janlay
NUBIAN TEA cures Dyspep
. sa, Constipation and Indi
gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 eta.
Sold by R. B. Lorva.
A Quarter of a Century.
"Men may come and men may go,
But we go on forever."
The I B. Loryea Drg Store,
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Propr.
SIGN OF GOLDEN
.--.- MANNING, S. C.
Twenty-five years in a nation's his
tory is as yesterday, but in the his
tory of a firm its relative importance
to all classes of society cannot be
over-estimated, particularly in the
development and perpetuation of a
-Retail Drug Business,
For the lives of men, women and
children are in the hands of Physi
cians and Pharmacists, and recogniz
ing the great trust placed.oi the
shoulders of every Doctor and Drug
gist in the land, when we assumed
this business it was a sacred trust
bequeathed to us by our predecessor
who, by his intelligence, progressive
ness and energy advanced his own
reputation, and was the means of re
flecting and adding lustre to the sci
ence of Pharmacy. This reputation
earned by patient and untiring ef
forts will be maintained by his suc
cessor and the public can rest assured
Will be controlled at all times by
a competent and experienced Phar
macist, and that only the
Will enter into Prescriptions com
pounded by us. The same can be
said of our preparations produced in
our Laboratory. In fact everything
bearing our imprint is a Guarantee of
"Christmas Comes But
Once a Year,"
And we, as purveyors to -he public,
announce with gratification that we
are prepared to display the Hand
somest and most Artistic assortment
of Holiday Goods ever offered to the
public in Manning, Clarendon and
Our goods have been purchased in
Northern markets, direct importa
tion from Great Britain. France,
Germany, Italy and other European
countries and bear the government's
imprint, "Made in Europe."
"A Thing of Beauty is a Joy
We have a profusion of Shakes
pearean Vases, Bisque Ornaments
and Figures, Cups and Saucers, Cup,
Saucer and Plate in Sets, Tea Sets,
Waer Sets, Accessories for the Ta
ble, Graduated Glasses, Vases, in
China and Glass, at all prices. We
can please the most fastidious.
"Reading tlaketh a Full rlan,"
And if you desire to be instructed
and entertained call and inspect our
line of English and American Poets,
Novels bound, and also paper cov
ered editio~ns at popular prices.
We carry a full assortment of all
Proprietary Medicines. Should .it
possibly occur that we have not i.n
stock a certain proprietary article, it
wvill be procured immediately.
"A Rose by Any Other Name Would
Smell as Sweet."
This may be true as regards the
rose, but the only way to procure the
scent of the rose is to use Gard
wood's, Lazell's and Eastman's Ex
tracts of Rose, Violets, Heliotrope,
Lily of the Valley, etc., etc.
Are You a Letter Writer
And desire to indite your effusions
n Paper that will showv a refined
and cultivated taste? Then inspect
our assortment of
Box Paper, Writing Paper by
the quire; Pads at 3c, 5c and
10c. A full line of Lead Pen
cils, Indellible Pencils, Pens,
Pen Holders, Slates, Slate
Pencils, Colored C r ay o n s ,
White Crayons, Gold Paint,
Inks in all Colors, Mucilage,
Glue, etc., etc.
"And Most Divinely Fair."
If the ladies desire to retain their
fairness we would suggest that they
use Henry Tetlow's famous Swans
Down, Euthymol Powder for the
Complexion and the Bath, Mennen's
We live in the Nineteenth Century
and consequently Soap is a very nec
essary adjunct of our Toilet. We
carry a superb line of the ever popu
lar brands, Seventh Regiment, Pears,
scented and unscented; White Rose
4711; Packer's Tar, Glenn's Sulphur,
Cutiura, Oatmeal, Kirk's Carbolic
Toilet, Elderdown. For the bath,
Grand Pa's Wonder Soap, Uncle
Sam, Ivory Soap-it floats.
Make Your Shoes Presentable
By using B. B. Dime Blacking, F. J.
Blacking, Viei Kid, Russet Cream,
particularly, WV. Whittemore's Gilt
Edge Dressing for Ladies' Shoes.
Are you a lover of the Lady Nico
tine apd wish to enjoy your after
dinner Cigar? Then smoke the fol
lowing deservedly popular brands:
Sabarosa, Mexican, Success, Exports,
Lady Bird, Figarettes, Manhattan.
Also a full line of the following fa
vorite Smoking Tobaccos: Cameo,
Duke's Mixture, Natural Leaf, Pow
hatan, with Pipe; School Boy, Yel
low Rose, Maryland Club.
Sweets to the sweet.
A full and beautiful assortment of
Sparrow's Confections and Bon Eons
in Artistic Boxes, pounds and half
pounds. For the children, Candy in
Baskets, and an endless assortment
of Penny Goods.
In conclusion we will add that
courteous and prompt attention will
be extended to all our patrons.
We thank our friends for past fa
vors and trust to merit a continu
ance of same.
Miss Bianche Wells is with us and
will be glad to meet her many friends.
ISAAc M. LORYEA, Propr.
SImN nO THE nT.TEN MORT AR.
EBAR AINS FOR YOUP~
e Yor o I
The word Bargain has been abused so much until '
no one knows the true meaning of it until you come
to our little store, where you can get real, true bar
gains in everything. We are in a little Racket Store,
but we are making
A Big Racket
0 By selling goods 25 to 35 per cent cheaper than you
can buy them from anybody else.
~ We got some real, true values while we were in 3
New York in November and we are giving our friends
0 the benefit of them. Now if you want to save ^
money and buy good,
then come to our little Racket Store, next to the
postoffice, on The Manning Times block, and then
you can get anything you want in our line at a bar
gain and in the true meaning of the word.
We are in a small store, but we have the goods -
~ and we order more every night. Friends, we are
selling goods now cheaper than ever, and best of all.
we give you Good, New Goods, just from the
We have by far the best line of
Anything you can mention from a 5c black Nig
d ger Doll to a $10 Dressing Case.
~ We haven't space to say more, but remember the
6. place, the
O~ Little Big Racket Store.
NEXT TO POSTOFFICE.
THE ONLY CHEAP STORE IN TOWN.
C, W. KENDALL.
Having unloaded his train load of Presents for the
little people at
S. A. RIGBY'S,
SWe respectfully invite you to call and see what we
have, and just whisper and tell us what you would
like for a -Present for Christmas and we will have a
OLD KRIS KRINGLE
Adhe will bring it around December 24th.
Haeyou seen "Columnbia?" Well, if you have
Snot it would do you good to come and see her.
She is a handsome large Doll Baby about 26
inches high, dressed up) in nice satin, with hat on.
With ever~y 10 cents worth of Toys purchased
of us we will give you -
I A TICKETI
SEntitling you to a chance at this handsome "Colum
Sbia" Doll that will be given away.
SThe number corresponding with your ticket will be
3put together and drawn out, and if your ticket cor
responds with that of the Doll you are the lucky
I THE OLD RELIABLE f
* S. A. R IOBY.
IN FULL BLAST
And it will certainly pay everybody to visit our store during.
this sale and take advantage of the splendid bargains that are
now being offered in'Dry Goods, Fine Dress Goods, Millinery,
Shoes and Clothing.
And Santa Claus has taken up his headquarters at our stord,
and you can now see the largest line of
At our store ever shown in the town of Manning.
Forty dozen Dolls, dressed and undressed, to sell from 5 to 50c
One thousand Packs Fire Crackers to sell two packs for 5c.
All kinds of Fancy Cups and Saucers, Cake Plates and Salad
Dishes, in Pure China, all at the lowest cash prices.
The prettiest line of
We have ever shown in this town. If you want nice Toys and
Christmas Goods of any kind, come to us and you will get it cheap.
Any Kind of a Shoe Will Do
In dry weather, but in the cold, wet winter you want the best shoes
you can get. At our store you can find the best and at the lowest
Our Pebble Grain'Button Shoes for Ladies at $1 is a line of
goods we dote on and we guarantee every pair of them to be per.
fectly solid and will give satisfaction. Our
H. C GODMAN Black Bottoim Shoes
For Ladies, Boys and Children is without a doubt the greatest line
of Shoes ever offered in this State for the money we~ ask for them.
There is not a day that passes but what people come into our store
and call for the H. C. GODMAN Black Bottom Shoe, and I ask
them, " Why do you want this Shoe ?" And they say, " Why, I
bought a pair last winter and they lasted longer than any shoe I
lever bought and I don't want any other but the H. C. GODMAN
Black Bottom." It is certainly a pleasure to sell such shoes as th:
H. C. GODMAN Shoes.
Gellt'S arid B0oS& Clotliing.
If you havent bought your winter Clothing yet don't put it off
any longer, but come to our store and take advantage of the great
bargains we are offering.
Boys' Knee Suits fr~omi 75c up ; Boys' Knee Pants from 20c up
The prettiest line of Men's Overcoats to be found in this town
Just see the line of Men's Pants we are offering. We have them in
all prices from 75c per pair up.
L.ADIES' CAPES AND JACKETS.
Ladies, it will just surp~rise you to see the values we are offer
ing in Capes and Jackets.
Nice Black Cloth Capes. trimmed in fur, at $1.25 and $1.50,
that look cheap tat $2.
Nice Black and Gray Jackets at 3.50 that are well worth 5.00.
Nice Black Silk Plush Capes at 2.50 that are sold everywhere
at 3.50. Just see the line of long 27-inch Black Silk Plush Capes
that we are selling at 7.50 each that are being sold in many places
at 10.00 each. Ladies, dont faiil to see us when you want .Jackets
W. E. JENKINSON.