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A.NNING, S. C.. SEPT. 5, 1900.
Our New York Bargains.
We have just got back from New York and we
are anxious to let our patrons know what we
have in store for them.
Five thousand yards very good Calico at only
3c per yard. by the piece.
Five thousand yards of good Colored Calico at
4 %c per yard. by the bolt.
Five thousand yards good Standard Fast Col
ored Calico at 5e per yard.
A visit to our store will convince you that we
have the rnsst. prettiest and cheapest hie of
Fine Dress goods of any house in annin::. and
what is better still, we can cut and make your
dress for w'u right here in the stare as 16 hate
an expert dres'snaker here in our employ.
A tean: st quality of Turkey Red Table tI
ask at :S: colon: absolutely fast. the kind that
usually als for 40c per yard.
White Linen Damask Table Cloth,- with Doe
lies to tnt. tch.
An inspection of our stock of Linen Huck
Towels and Damask Towels arid White Linen
Doyies is the largest and cheapest ever shown
in this town.
A beautiful line of Fancy Chenille and Tapes
try Tnable Covers: also a beautiful line of Che
nille and Tapestry Portiers.
Ladies. if you favor us with a visit I think we
can c..nivince you that we carry the largest.
eheapest :ind best selected stock of Dry toods
..f :ioy ho.use in this town.
Oh. our Mjis Coppede will he back from New
Y#rk i. . few d:ys with the largest and nest
styliih ii:,e o .illine: of any house at this
W. E. JENKINSON.
N.dice is hereby given that no advertise
ments will be changed in this paper where
the copy is brought in later than Saturday
The same managers will serve in the
Read Louis Levi's two-column adver
tisement in this 'ssue.
How about a Lemon Phosphate now
at Brockinton's Fount.
Revenge is a kind of piety not wor
shiped by the worldly.
Comptroller General Derham spent
last Monday in Manning.
Grape Juice deliciously refreshing at
Brockinton's Soda Fount.
Mr. C. J. Epps of Newberry is visit
ing friends in Manning.
Miss Belle Hauesworth of Florence is
visiting Miss Sallie Ingram.
Brockinton's Soda Water, bright,
sparkling, cold and refreshing.
The Manning oil mill began its gin
ning operations this morning.
Mr. J. G. Wells a prominent farmer
in the Summerton section is quite ill.
Soda Water, cold as it ought to be,
and sweet as you like it at Brockinton's.
Major W. F. B. Haynesworth of Sum
ter spent Sunday and Monday in Man
Keep your eyes open for those who
will swa'p off the State for the county
Mr. A. Lorvea and his daughter Miss
Annie hav e r-eturned home from the
Major Abe Levi has returned home
from his summer trip looking the pic
ture of health.
Manning will soon be in Telephone
touch with Sumter. Kingstree, Florence
and other points.
Postoffice Inspector Moye passed
through Manning this morning on a
tour of inspection.
We have received a copy of The Ma
nila Times from Mr. C. W. Pickering,
who is stationed in the Philippines.
The race between the Congressional
candidates, Scarborough and Norton, is
likely to be very close throughout the
DeWitt's Little Early Risers are
prompt, palatable, pleasant, powerful,
purifying little pills. The R. B. Lor
yea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
Goldthwaite & Son, Troy, Ala., wrote:
TEErHINAS speedy cure of sores and
eruptions upon the skin have been re
Senator J. A. McDermott of Horry is
in Manning looking after the interests
of Hon.'R. B. Scarborough. candidate
To prevent consumption quickly cure
throat and lung troubles with One Min
ute Cough Cure. The R. B. Loryea
Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
Pimples on the face are not only an
noving, but they indicate bad blood.
Hood's Sarsaparilla cures them by puri
fying the blood.
Miss Olivia Ingram has accepted a
position with the R. B. Loryea Drug
Store, where she will be pleased to see
her many friends.
We received from Sergeant A. C.
Dai this morning a very interesting
letter from the Philippines. It will be
published next week.
The race for Lieutenant-Governor, is
between Col. James H. Tillman, and
Col. John T. Sloan, and of the two, we
will vote for Jim Tillman.
Married this evening by Rev. J. D.
Huomins of Packsville, at the residence
af tli~e brides mother in Packsville, Mr.
Parker Brown and Miss Lizzie
. rirT Bradham sold at public outcry
dIondav several tracts of land un
oreclosure of Mortgage. The es
:>f the late Dr. S. C. C'. Richardson
-W. H. Trescott, who for many
.; was salesman in the store of Mr.
.Rigby. has changed his base and
,w in 'the employ of the McLeod
.e most dainty and effective pills
a are DeWitt's Little Early Risers.
;are unequaled for all liver and
31 troubles. Never gripe. The R.
.aryea Drug Store. Isaae M. Lor
A newspaper man who has an opin
ion and dares to express it is a heretic
in the estimation of a class that differs
with him, and he must pay the penalty
by losing their good will.
Col. J. H. Tillman for Lieutenant
Governor received 35,389, and Col.
John T. Sloan his opponent received
1,697. The former is for the dispen.
sary, the other for local option.
The Prohibitionists having failed to
elect a majority in the legislature will
now devote their energies to the guber
natorial fight. It is with them any.
thing to defeat Governor McSweeney.
The county executive committee, is
being censured by some for permitting
a candidate to run for the office of Mag
istrate at Manning who does not reside
within the precincts that voted for said
You can spell it cough. coff. caugh,
kauf. kaff, kogh, or kaugh, but the
only harmless remedy that quickly
cures it is One Minute Cough Cure.
The R. B. Lorvea Drug Store. Isaac M.
Intolerance is as much of a sin in the
sight of God as immorality, and to teach
religion with the lips, and seek revenge
with the heart is a modern kind of
piety totally at variance with the "old
I will vote for your man if you will
vote for Hoyt" is what will be attempt
ed throughout, the State. Watch out
for this sort of tactics with some who
are supporting Hoyt as an advocate of
a moral principle.
MyI baby was terribly sick with the diar
rhoea." says J. H. Doak of Williams. Oregon.
.. We were unable to cure him with the doctor's
assistance. and as a last resort we tried Cham
berlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
I am happy to say it gave immediate relief and
a complete cure." For sale by the R. B. Lor
yea Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryea. Prop.
The tabulated statement published
in this issue. on the supplement pa.t-t. i
the oticial vote of the first primary.
Remember the second primary is more
important than the first because it dle
< cides. Next Tuesday is the day. o Xl1
close at 4 o'clock p. m.
Love thy neighbor as thyself appears
to be only a lip-service, and holds good
so long as you do not express an opinion
of your own. If you wish to retain the
love of your neighbor always permit
him to pass upon your opinions before
giving public expression to them.
For Railroad Commissioner the race
is between Hon. W. D. Evans of Marl
boro, and Col. J. H. Wharton of Laur
ens. Our choice is W. D. Evans, being
a farmer himself he has always work
for the interests of his brother farmers.
Besides Mr. Evans is a man with an un
blemished character. People of Clar
ea:dou vote for himi.
Watch out for deals. If you tind the
friends of any county candidate swap
ping McSweeney for Hoyt to get votes
for county candidates, put it down as
the result of a deal and break it up by
voting against such a county candidate.
The people must not be sold out, and
the candidate who attempts it should
be punished, by a loss of votes.
The I. B. Loryea Drug Store beg to
inform their many kind patrons that we
observe the following hours: During
the week our drug store is open from 6
a. in. to 9 p. in.: Saturday nights to
11:30. Sunday hours, 9 a. in. to 12:30 p.
in.: 3:30 to 6:30 p. m. Night calls re
sponded to promptly and cheerfully by
our Pharmacist. Mr. J. E. Arant. Ph.
G., who resides at Mrs. S. A. Wells'.
Now that the first primary is over
the editor of THE TIMES wants it dis
tinctly understood that his interest in
the second primary will be confined to
the gubernatorial race only. The can
didates for the legislature, to be voted
for next Tuesday, are both his personal
friends and they represent the same
views on the main question. We are
therefore hands off.
The emergency bags sent by a church
society to Kansas soldiers in the Phil
ippines contained among the necessities
a box of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve,
the well known cure for piles, injuries
and skin diseases. The ladies took care
to obtain the original DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve, knowing that all the coun
terfeits are worthless. The R. B. Lor
yea Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
We received a letter from a gentle
man who was defeated in the recent
primary, attributing his defeat to us.
Why he should have reached such a
conclusion we are at a loss to under
stand: we voted for the man, but was so
situated that we could do nothing for
him or any other candidate. The man
is a personal friend and we regret that
he has reached such an unwarranted
Through the months of Jor and July our
baby was teetning and took a ruxnmt c a of the
bowels and sickness of the stoma& ".stsys 0. P.
M. Holliday of Deming. Ind. -His bowels
would move from live to eight times a day. I
had a bottle of Chamnberlain's Colic. Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy in the house and gave
him four drops in a tcaspoonful of water and he
rot better at once." Sold by the R. B. Loryea~
Drug Store. Isaac M4. Loryea. Prop.
The business season is now open, and
the facilities of Manning for doing bus
iness was never better than this year.
The merchants have laid in large
stocks of goods, and all of them seem
imbued with a spirit of push. The
trading public can feel assured that it
can make its purchases in Manning this
year with advantage and this being so,i
'e think the farmers of ClarendonI
should turn their business to this mar
La"'e sun spots, astronomers say,
causeA'the extreme heat this summer,
and doctors declare nearly all the pros
trations were induced by disorders of
the stomach. Good health follows good
digestion. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure di
gests what you eat. If you have indi
gestion or dyspepsia it will quickly re
lieve and permanently cure you. The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Lor
The campaign liar usually gets in his
best work between primaries. We
warn the voters against him. Do not
permit your intelligence to be insulted
with eleventh hour stories. Remem
ber this: if anything damaging to a
candidate could be proven, it would
have been showed up earlier in the
game. If a man comes to you now with
a story calculated to injure a candidate
in or estimation make him prove it
before you believe him.
Poisonous toadstools resembling
mushrooms have caused frequent
deaths this year. Be sure to use only
the genuine. Observe the same care
when you ask for DeWitt's Witch Ha
zel Salve. There are poisonous coun
terfeits. DeWitt's is the only original
Witch Hazel Salve. It is a safe and
certain cure for piles and all skin dis
eases. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
Mr. T. E. Bell of Anderson. repre
senting J. H. Sloan. Wilmington cotton
buyer, has arrived in Manning for the
cotton season. In a conversation with
Mr. Bell yesterday he tells us that it is
his desire to buy cotton direct from the
wagons and give the seller the advant
age of hauling to the depot. He says
where the farmer drives his cotton into
a private lot he does himself an injus
tice because,no buyer cares to interfere
on private property, but where the .cot
ton is on the public market then it is
put there for the highest bidder.
The progressive nations of the world
are the great food consuming nations.
Good food well digested gives strength.
If you cannot digest all you eat, you
need Kodol Dvspepsia Cure. It digests
what you eat. You need not diet your
self. 'It contains all of the digestants
ombined with the best known tonics
and reconstructives. It will even di
I est all classes of foods in a bottle. No
other preparation will do this. It in
stantly relieves and quickly cures all
stomach troubles. The R. B. Loryea
Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
We are informed that the Granby
mills of Columbia will have a buyer on
this market in a few days. This is good
news for the farmer: the more buyers
the nearer will the people get to the
market price. If our merchants will go
to work and induce the railroads to give
us a competing rate, Manning will be
able to pay as much for cotton as any
market in the State. With Sprunt.
Sloan and the mills represented here,
our farmers need no longer hunt an
other market for a better price.
Summer Heat-This is the season for
bowel complaints. Green apples and
~cucumbers produce them and PERRYi
DavIS' PAIN-KILLER cures them. Tc
the troubled stomach it comes like a
balm. the wind is assuaged, and the
ttouble ceases. Every druggist in the
land keeps Pain-Killer, and no one
should be without it in his family.
Avoid substitutes, there is but one
Pain-Killer. Perry Davis'. Price 25c.
We understand that one of the candi
dates for the oilice of Supervisor is do
ing the editor of this paper an injustice
by telling people that we are opposing
his election. THE TIMES editor has
never given any one a hint as to who he
favored for any county office, nor does
he intend to do so. He promised to be
"hands off " in the county fight and he
will keep his word. We regret, how
ever, that after our impartial treatment
of the candidates there should be even
one who is trying to win votes for him
self by creating a false impression
Millions Given Away.
It is certainly gratifying to the public to know
of one concern in the land who are not afraid to
be. enertus to the needy and sufferine. The
propietors of lr. iines New Discovery for
Consumptotn. t',uchts ::nd Colds. have aiven
awav ,v.r tun miciin triail bo'ttlts a-f this t re:t
medi insi: :nd I.tv' ti sati.faction of ltowina
it h. ::b.dltu.-t irol thousands of hopie.less
t:"-s. ."t-thn... i'trn hiti . ht.are:ws. and :1!
Iiea '. .: .....t. 4e t an t i.Zs1 al''
11": 'it . I '1t."J t . : it tot 1 a _ai i.''I
Immi leilately after the polls clos, on
next Tuesday it is the" inteution of TIE
TIeid- editor to brush aside politics and
devote his time to the matters of more
material benefit to the community. We
propose to go to work and help to build
up the business interests of Manning,
make friends of those who are provoked
with us on account of politics, and try
and live at peace with all mankind.
When we are in politics we are in it
with heartiness, and we propose to put
the same or a greater amount of eear
into our efforts for the welfare of M:tu
ning and Clarendon county.
Red Hot fram the Gun
Was the bail that hit G. B. Steadnan of Ntew
ark. Mich.. in the Civil W.ar. It cu.ed hi.irrilte
ulcers that no treatmnent hellled ror :'U years.
Then Bu kien's Arnica Salve cured him. Cures
cuts. bruise.s. burns. boils. felons. corns. skin
eruptions. Hest pile cure on earth. '. cents a
box. Cure ,uarantteed. Sold by the it. 11. Lor
yea Drug Store.
Mr. E. Choate Thames, a candidate
for Magistrate at Manning in the first
primary, having served a protest and a
notice upon me. I deem it my duty to
call the county Democratic executive
committee to meet in the court house
Saturday, September 8th, 1900, at 11
o'clock a. m., for the purpose of hearing
J. ELBERT DAVIS,
Sept. 3, 1900.
Bun he Tbs Kind You Have Always Bought
Attention, Conne Mounted Rifles!
You are hereby ordered to assemble
at Packsville, 10 o'clock a. m. Sept. 13
mounted and uniformed for drill.
By order A. J. RICHBOURG,
H. B. BATEMAN, Captain.
EASE AND DISEASE.
A Short Lesson on the Meaning of a Familiar
Disease is the opposite of ease. Webster de
fines disease as "lack of ease, uneasiness. trou
ble. vexation, disquiet." It is a condition due to
some derangement of the physical organism. A
vast majority of the "dis-ease" from which peo- I
pe suffer is due to impure blood. Disease of
this kind is cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla which
purfies,enriches and vitalizes the blood. Hood's
.,arsaprilla cures scrofula, salt rheum. pimples
and all eruptions. It tones the stomach and I
reates a good appetite. and it gives vigor and I
vitality to the whole body. It reverses the con
:ition of things. giving health, comfort and
"ease" in place of "disease."
Whenever you meet a man who
thinks he knows it all, it's ten to one.
that he isn't married.
The woman who runs after a husband
until she catches one seldom brags of
It Saves the Children.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has saved the
lives of thousands of croupy children. It is also
without an equal for colds and whooping cough.
or sale by the R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac
f. Loryea, Propr. tjanlay
When a man tells you he has just
been married, it puzzles you to know
whether he expects congratulations or
RA.OX'S NERvE AND BONE OIL
still head the list and are acknowledged by
all to be the great conquerors of pains,
aches and diseases for which they are
Ramen's Useo will postively cure
pais f al ind, uchasHeadache. Sick
Headache. Tcothache, Neuralgia, Cramp
Colic, Pains in the Stomach and Bowels,
Diarrhoea, &c., almost instantly, and, as a
household remedy for these sudden sick
nesses. it has no equal in the world. "one
tried, always used." Price ~5 and 50 cents,
Sample bottles 10 cents.
Ramon'a Ntervo & Sono@ Onl Is the
origi' nal and only genuine Nerve cad Bone
Oil made. ltlisjust wht itsinameimplies,
and penetrating quickly to the nerve and
bone, relieves pain, drives away disease
and effects a permanent cure. A specific
for Rheumatism. Sores. Bruises. Sprains.
Cuts, Burns, and all injuries to the nlesh of
either man or beast. Price 25~ and S0 cents.
Sample bottles 10 cents.
IThe genuine has the name blown in the
bottle. The Relief is put up iu square red
cartoons and the Oil in green cartoons.
TAKE NO OTHER'
FOR SALE BY
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Bring jour Job Work to The Imes office.
C. W. KEND.
in Manning for the past four yea
Abbeville, which is a larger field
ceed him, and he is no stranger t
has served them four years. He
ern mfarkets, where he has been
stock and lie expects to maintain
Racket and most earnestly solicit
the adjoining counties..
He has a nice, clean, new s
tractive; no old goods that havi
and goods at prices that will as
here to sell, not to hold and at pr
We are here for business, wi
ness. We have secured one of ti
in New York city, with the able
charge of the Millinery Parlor ar
in to spend the day or a part of t
tosedtheir leisure time in o
With the assistance of Miss I
of Connecticut, we have taken sj
Inery stock, and a glance at our.]
have an up1-to-date line, and the
Our Dress Goods Departmen
We haven't space to say all*
anything to wear we have it.
Watch this space from time t
prices that will be "eye openers.
See our Remnant Counters
Yours for bargain:
S. I. T
'Phone No. 10, N O
"No loud professions
And with little deeds."
When we assumed the management of the
R. B. LORYEA DRUC STORE
We promised that the same honest business
methods, the same care and attention to the
most minute details, the same absolute purity
of the products handled by my predecessor
should be continued, that no expense would be
spared in having our
Under the control of the most skilled and seien
title Pharmacist that could be procured.
We have redeemed every promise made :ii it
is with satisfaction that we have received the
inou;::t'ement of the friends and p.itrous of
the house: we have retained old friends ,ad
or D-I Store h:s been run on1 > trkt b)lt.i
gprintiples: we have nie!titer tnisr.p.,.-n' d
the e-furts t.f otl r-;.
.it'1..- b'giun~nn. of the tail se...:: ;. ,:... for
.:1.- :ae liberal patron:e . i . b--: . -
s:.wu.. on us .In the past.
W - have the largest anse muist th:whly
equipped dri: establish".a:it in this seCi''z of
th - St:tte. and we con:ratulate ourselves on ie
itii the proprietor of a
Modern Drug Store.
Thenre is nothing obsolete about our business.
JI R. B. t0Rilli DRUG STORE.
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Proprietor,
., SIft ra o t he
MANNIidC, S. C.
'PHONE NO. 2.
Miss Olivia In:'rar i- now in our employ
and will le gie:t.-d to see her many
An American Disease.
DR. S. WEIR MITCHELL is au
thority for the statement that nerv
ousness is the characteristic mal
ady of the American nation, and
statistics show that nerve deaths
number one-fourth of all deaths
recorded, the mortality being main
ly among young people.
is the grand specific for this great
American disease, because it goes
straight to the source of the weak
ness, building up health and
strength by supplying rich, abund
ant food and pure blood to the
worn-out tissues, rousing the liver
to activity and regulating all the
organs of the body.
"The Nhelsaa Drag Co.," DetroIt, mel.
Liverees~th famous little liver piles. :5c.
W. M. BROCKINTON, Manning, S. C,
Town Tax Ordinance.
AN ORDINANCE TO PROVIDE FOR
the Assessment and Collection of
Taxes in the Town of Manning.
Be it Ordained by the Intendant and
Wardens of the Town of Manning, and
by Authority of the same: .
SEcTION 1. That a tax of twenty
ents on every one hundred dollars of
he assessed value of all real and per
onal property, situate and being in
the corporate limits of the Town
f Manning, shall be levied and col
ected for the fiscal year commencing
the second Monday in April, 1900, and
eding the second Monday in April,~
901: also that this tax shall apply tol
ti1l life and fire isurance companies,
r other corporations doing~ business in
this town, upon the gross premiums or
ncomes of said companies or corpora
Sec. 2. That all parties owning or
aving under their charge taxable
property shall list same for taxation by
Sept. 20, 1900.
Sec. 3. That the clerk shall after that
date make up the tax register based
pon the records for the previous year,
n cases where parties either fail to list
heir property for taxation, or to ro
turn it at a fair valuation.
Sec. 4. That the commutation tax in
ieu of work on streets shall be two
Sec. 5 That all taxes herein required
shall be paid between Oct. 1, and Dec.
Sec. 6. That a penalty of 15 per cent
shall be added after that date for 13
days after which executions shall be
issued to enforce payment of any de
Ratified by Council Aug. 18, 1900.
W. C. CHANDLER,
E. J. BROWNE,
Clerk and Treas.
BYRD & THARP,
PRACTITIONERS OF MEDICINE
Calls promnptly answered day or night.
CADES, S. C.
Land Surveying and Leveling.
I will do Surveying, etc., in Claren
don and adjoining Counties.
Call at office or address at Sumter, S.
C. P. O. Box 101.
JOHN Rt. HAYNESWORTH.
The Leader and Con
AL ,troller of Low Prices
rs, has moved his entire stock to
for him, and S. I. TILL will suc
the people of Clarendon, as he
aas just come in from the North
for several weeks selecting his
the reputation of the New York
Sthe patronage of Clarendon and
tock. Everything fresh and at
been laid aside and shelf-worn
bonish you. We have the goods
ices that will sell them.
mean business and will do busi
le finest if not the finest Milliner
assistance of Miss Avant, to take
id ladies from the country coming
he day are most cordially invited
r Millinery Parlor which is for
ell of New York and Mrs. Gibbs
iccial pains in selecting our Milli
?arlor will convince you that we
)rice will not be considered in the
is complete also.
e want to, but remember if it is
o time and we will give you some
and Boys', Men's and Youth's
Sand fair dealings,
, York Racket.
S. A. Rigby
S H O ES8
!I Op & * * , ,
hi = ISFOPNvE !N[ i0
The Very Best Shoes in the World for Ladies.
Here are Some Purse Strings and Eye-Openers,
Our 5,000 case seller Women's Dongola Shoes, Lace and Button. value
$1.25, our opening price............................ 9c'
Our Lightning Express Womens Pebble Grain everyday Shoes. worth
O ur 50 our price .. s aI iz s5 7 5 c .
O nN ice Sunday Shoes, small sizes. orth . 0 75C.
price.................. . _."
Womens fine grade Dongola Shoes, Lace and Buttons, worth $17,$1648:
urie.Women's high grade Shoes, with V e& ing Top and Natural Leather,20
worth $2.50, our price ...............
Our line of the famous "Julia Marl we" Ladies' Shoes in all the 300
daintiest styles of toes, Lace and Button. at............. ......
They are the swellest things in Ladies' fine foot dress to be found in Claren
don or anywhere else this season.
A most complete line of Children's and Misses' School and Dress Shoes at un
precedented low prices. We will tell you of them later.
We are handling the full line of Hamilton's Brown Shoes for Men. To wear
them once is to wear them always. Our Men's Hamilton Brown Shoes at
$2.50 for Men are better than you pay $3 for of any other brands. Every
FINE DRY GOODS arriving daily and we are putting a MIGHTY LOW
PRICE on everything.
a T H
In this section of South Carolina invites all FARMERS to call
in when they are in need of
Fancy and ileavy Groceries.
We are the pioneers or. Low Prices and guarantee every arti
cle we sell.
We have so many bargains to offer you till we can't enumerate1
them. Come and be convinced. I
THE PEOPLE'S MONEY SAVERS,
The Percival Manufacturing Company
MEETING ST., near Line, - CHARLESTON, S. C.
WE MANUFAcTU'IRE ALL KINDs OF
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Mantels, Turning,
Moulding, Scroll Work, Stair Work,
And every description of house-finishing wood work.
We are prepared to compete with any establishment in the United States in
rices and quality of work. Get an estimate from us before purchasing else
rouL1 Wim save woner my It.
THE CAROLINA GROCERY COMPANY,
THOM~AS WILSQN, President.
1a9 East Ba - - Charleston, S. C.
THE NEW CLOTHING & SHOE STORE OF
C. M. Davis & Co.
IS NOW OPEN WITH A
COMPLETE STOCK OF
Brand New Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Caps and
Au:zl : alit aind Loin Prices will help us to seil our goods. we are .
n-- business with the p)eople of (larendon this year. l_(n_
* . ho- bught. stock (or goo~ds has never been ibrought to this __
; -. *-kl. thy mnaiger and junior partner of the business,
- u- Nthern mukets and soared no effort in selecting and .
bo hr : ii s _o ds. Are they heap? We don't ask you to take our
id for i. hur come and see for yourself.
ie arE sole agens for the DREW. SELBY & CO. line of LA- .
-F OES. nine hettl'. We guarantee every pair of them.
o ~1 t:. iiu not give perieet satisfaction your money will be refunded.
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Our Columbia line of Shoes for Mien and Boys' are stunners. for ,
$1.50. guaranteed solid leather.
s^ See our Volunteer Shoe for $1.25, it is a good one.
Our line of heavy Footwear is just ep os ' are rnything in
town. We are not boasting, but come and be convinced.
Q We are not in business for a few days and, like a shadow, vanish
away, but we are here to stay, and we mean to do business on busi- ,
ness principles, and if we cannot sell our goods without idle boasting
w and. misrepresentation, then let us close our doors.
- When we guarantee an article we mean just what we say. If our -
w oods are not as we represent them your money will be refunded.
Is all of the very best make. We are sole agents for the VITAL
BRtAND CLOTHING. Ask to see the Skeleton Coat so you may see
just how it is made.
We carry several special brands of Children's Clothing that you -
will do well to see before buying. We have a large bargain in Boys'
Knee Pants, price from 25c a pair up.
For thirty days we will offer a fine $1 Negligee Shirt with two - n
collars and cuffs, for 75c. Come and get one before they are all gone.
S WE DO NO CREDIT BUSINESS AT ALL, and by selling -
Sstrictly for cash we can make our profits small. _
SC. M. DAVIS& CO.,
SOpp. Court House, - MANNING, S. C.
EADY M'FALL TRADE.
We have just returned from New York and Baltimore, where
e have spent the last two weeks picking up bargains, and all we
vish to say to our friends if they wish to buy goods cheap our
;tore is the place to come. It will do you no harm to come and see
ur goods and get our prices.
By the Wholesale.
We wish to say just one word to those who need goods for
heir commissaries or who intend to open stores in the country.
: will pay you to see our stock before buying elsewhere, for we
tave large lots of goods picked up at bargains, just the things you
ieed and you can get them here just as cheap as you can buy them
Charleston and save the expense of going down there and save
e freight on your goods. You come and see us and we guaran
e you will be pleased with the bargains we have to offer you.
Now a Word to the Retail Trade.
Our stock of Dry Goods and Ladies' Fine Dress Goods this fall
.-ill be the largest and most complete that was ever offered in
is town and inspection of our Dry Goods department will .prove
Our Shoe Departmenlt
.s replete in every detail and it is a fact that goes without saying
hat Jenkinson's goods give satisfaction. You all will remember
hat famous line of H. C. GODMAN BLACK BOTTOM SHOES
or Ladies' and Children-every pair warranted. You know you
)ought them last winter for yourselves and children and you know
iow they lasted you. When you want Shoes that will give you
itisfactory wear, go to the Jenkinson Dry Goods Store.
ur Clothing Department
Yill be up-to-date in every respect and prices will be put down at
ie lowest. When you need a nice Suit or a Pair of Pants for
yourself or boys, come to the Jenkinson Dry Goods Store you will
e treated right. You will be surprised to see the splendid bar
rains we have to offer in Clothing.
Our illinery Departimellt.
We left our Miss Coppedge in the Northern markets buying
)ur fall and winter Milliinery and when she comes back it will do
ou ladies good to look at her Hats and the nice things she will
)ring with her. It is no use for us to dwell too long on this de
)artment, for all the ladies know too wvell of the ability of our Miss
Zoppedge. that she is a true artist in her line.
We wish to thank our many, many friends for the splen
did patronage they have always gien us in te pas
and the confidence they have ileannuainilestn n
as we are about to pass ther it nnuaeloo milesto sin
yearsergontoleurarmall and humble beginning our heart
sells with thankrsml an- gtitude for the confidence and
swsupro frithhns avd gsO lavishly bestowed upon us.
Isprtu wend v wre very hard ourselves, but what
woul ur labo hamounted to had it not been sustained
woul the hear a ~eration of our many patrons.
. by th, e ai tak you for the splendid support you have
ri id, en usain the past and we can only trust that our con
du. will always be such as to merit the confidence of
our friends as the years go by.
W E JENKINSON.