Publishes All County and Town Of
MANNING. S. C.. SEPT. 19. 1900.
Many of the ladies will no doubt be
pleased to know that we now have a
tir t class dress making department run11
in connection with our store. This de
partment is under the supervision of
Miss Mamie Grimslev. a dress maker
and designe r of very rare talent and
art. An inspection of some of .\lis
Grimslev's work will convince our ly
friends of this fact.
Ladies. bring your tine dresses for us
to make, we will guarantee satisfaction.
We are also pleased to announce that
our stock of Fine Dress Goods and
Trimmings and Fine Millinery Gods is
the largest and best selected stocks we
have ever shown.
All of the latest style Fabrics are in
stock and cut in single pattern Suits.
Call and see us if von want a nice
Suit and want it made in the latest
\V. E. JENKINSON.
Notice is hereby given that no advertise
ments will be changed in this paper where
the copy is brought in later than Saturday
The tobacco market here is keeping
Attend S. . Till's Millinery opening
27 and :8th.
The Path Finder has arrived. The
R:. B. Loryea )rug Store.
The official result of the State elec
tion will be found on another page.
How about a Lemon Phosphate now
at Brockinton's Fount.
Presiding Elder T. J. Clyde preached
in the Methodist church last Sunday
All kinds of medicines at all times at
Rhames Drug Store.
Miss Meta Brown is now one of the
salesladies in McLeod-Wilkins-ginn
Grape Juice deliciously refreshing at
Brockinton's Soda Fount.
Comptroller General Derham is send
ing out blanks in conformity with the
new pension laws.
Lovely Hats on exhibition ot S. I.
Till's 27 and 28th.
Misses Maude Brock and Annie Brails
ford of Panola are visiting the family
of Mr. J H. Rigby.
Brockinton's Soda Water, Bright,
sparkling. cold and refreshing.
The Manning Oil Mill Company ex
pect to be ready to crush seed about
the first of November.
New goods continually being received
t.t Rhame's Drug Store.
Mr. J. L. Wilson has accepted a posi
tion as book-keeper in the office of
Soda Water. cold as it ought to be,.
and sweet as you like it at Brockinton's.
Mrs. Frank N. Wilson. accompanied
by her daughter Miss May left yester
d'ay to visit relatives at York.
S. L. Till's Millinery opening. 27 and
28th. Everybody come.
Mothers must not forget that Dr.
Motiett's TEETHiN (Teething Pow
.ders) will cure their elhild. Ilt
Ex pert druggist always on duty at
Rhame's Drug Store.
There is no doubt about it. goods can
be bought in Manning from our mer
chants as cheap as any town in the
Whatever you need in Novelties, you
can get at Rhame's Drug Store.
Take advantage of the stiff prices to
sell your cotton, for if a slump does set
in, t'he holders of cotton will be heavy
Six hundred prescriptions filled dur
ing August at Rhame's Drug Store.
THE TIMES can be found in neat-iy
every home in Clarendon, and no set of
people. know this better than the busi
All the favorite brands of Smoking~
Tobacco. The R. B. Loryea Drug
Manning is sadly in need of mor e
houses. There is not an empty dwell
ing or store in town. Who will build
houses to rent?
Nervousness is eured by making the
blood rich and pure with Food's Sar
saparilla. It gives the sweet. refresh
ing sleep of chilhood.
T HE TIMES hias more subscribers now
than it has ever had since its establish
mnent, notwithstanding that a few gnats
took a ride on the ox's horn.
To prev-ent consumption quickly cure
throat and lung tr'oubles with One Mm
ute Cough Cur-e. The RI. B. Lorvea
Drug Store, Isaae M. Loryea, Prop.
Now since the people voted dowvn the
new jail project, we hope the girand
jury will not report the bad condition
of the present jail any more.
We want our friends to keep an eye
open on our advertising columns. Next
week will have a number of new ads
and it will pay you to read them.
The elections over the State were
like in Clarencion, close. tn Green-:
wood the Senator wvas elected by 9 votes
and a member of the house by 4 votes.
Mr. Herbert Dixon, who has been
employed as a compositor on The
Farmer, has accepted a position as
bookkeeper at the Clarendon Tobacco
Died last Thursday night at Priva
teer. Mrs. F. J. Rivers of Florida, aged
about 45 years. The deceased was the
dlaughter of Mi-. E. E. Hodge. and was
on a visit to her relatives.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store beg to
inform their friends that their store
will be closed from 6 p. m. Sept. 23rd
to Monday 6:30 p. m. Sept. 24th, on ac
count of the Jewish New Year.
The C'ounty Treasurer' will soon have
'his books open for the collection of'
taxes. Mr. JT. WV. Heriott will assist
Mr. Bowman. The books op~en O)cto
ber 1->. Get ready. no excuse this vear'.
Yesterday moirning Misses Katie
Plowden. Annie Burgess, Essie D~a-:ic
and Rosa Chewning left for WVinthrop
'o-lege. and Misses Lou IDingle and
Edna Watt left to attend school at
Governor- MeSwveeney has applointd
a Miss Prentiss of Ch'larleston to biene
ficiary scholarship in the South Caro
lina ~Medical College of Chiarleston.
The young lady wvas a student there
last year, and this applointnmeut will
"h it the it
If y ; se rsons
flins~l no ea-'ol, |1I'e o
Th( :nritss sitl Eal -~ sr ard
muafing lie > ils Th -11 L
Tahe piceS paid for .ott . it atur
dr. .n 1i.nning waas s higrh ar Those
paid in Stmet iand ith the pre
cont). ition we tee no 'eaol hyi lan
ning shottld not be asi good a makt for
the wtwple as any town in tei State
De'\itt' Little Earily lt-iser are
prompt, palatable. p1 eoant. powrfla .
puifyinog little Il trih it. hpo. Lor
yea Drug St:re. baand1. Lorya. Pr o.
M1r. .1. S. B.'ll has. boght 31r. TV. 31.
Young's int eret in the hieyle repair
shop. mosite the Cent~ral Hotel, and
will continue the business himself. If
eOu want wok of any kind in his line.
call on Mir. Bell. .\i! work guaranteed.
it is eenceded b tlhose who have
'iven our Tea a trial that it possesses
a butiu blend andy is nOw widely
used in lanning and other sections of
the conty. The R . B. Lorya Drug
enkinon. milliners and dress mak
r5 have arrived, and from his store he
expects to make the ladies of this coml
munity as fashionably ecstumed as any
itv citablishment. JTenkinson certain
v has a first class establishment and he
D. a hustling merchant.
Our line of Writpig iaper. Tablets.
Box Piaper, Envelop5 and evrything
pertailinatvg to the tede of the school.
gooce and study is unsurpassed. We
can please the most fastidious. The i.
B. L.oryea D )rg Store.
Some of our enter1prising citizn arc5 ime
hinking about organizing14 a company
o build a tramiway to the drpot to haul
goods and passengers. This will cer
ainy be a gou thing for our mer
chan'ts, as it will enable them to save
money in hauling charges.
You can snell it eough. col. caugh,
kauf. karf. lkough. 0or kaugh. but the
su harmless remed y that qaickly
ures it iu One M1inute Cough Cure.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Stre. Isaac 1.
.Ianning as a purchasing market is
.aking a reputation far beyond the
ounty limits. After this week our
olumons will show a market improve
uent in the advertising columns. The
msiniess men realize the importance of
his without any blowing on our pvart.
The most dainty and effective pills
nade are De\Vitt's Little Early Risers.
hey are unequaled for all liver and
owel troubles. Never gripe. The 11.
. Loryea Drug Store. lsaae 31. Lor'
At the ('larendon tobacco warehouse
last M!onday. Walter Wells and Bill
arker, bot'h colored, got into a fight
n which both were cut with knives,
arker was stabbed in the abdomen
nd it is said that he is seriously hurt,
\ells was cut across the back. and is
If thy brother offend thee cast him.
out. is' a religriont practiced by some
rofessors ct piety. W\hen one of these
~ind come about as. with a "brotherly
love" smile w e iwardly say "'get thee
behind me satan, for thy smiles are in
tended to deceive, and thy purpose is
y pocket book.
The Rt. B. Loryea Dru 'g Store beg to
norm their many kind patrons that we
observe the followting hours: During
the week our drug~ stor'e is open from 6
. m. to 9~ I. m. Saturday nights to
1:30. Sunday hours. 9) a. mn. to 12:30 p.
in.: 3:30 to 6:30 p. m. Night calls re
ponded to promptly and cheerfully by
our Pharmacist. Nr. J1. E. Arant. Ph.
G.. who resides at M1rs. S. A. Wells'.
Have you called at Rigrbv's store
sine he 'has opened up his fall stock?
If you have not go there, and let M3r.
uner show yon what real artistic
taste is in the selection of dress goods.
ur. Turner takes great pride in his.
the dry goods department. and it is
always a pleasure to have him show off
the new styles that have come into
Col. J. D. Fr'ost Assistant Adjutant
nd Inspector General slpent last Friday
at Packsville inspecting Captain A. .1.
ihbourg's comipany of cavalry, the
Connor Mounted Riflemen. We met
the Colonel in Sumter Saturday on our
way home from Columbia. and he ex
pressed himself as being pleased with
the showing made by C.aptain Rich
The emergency bags sent by a church
oeiety to Kansas soldiers in the Phil
ippines contained among the necessities
a box of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve,
the wvell known cur'e for' piles. injuries
and skin diseases. The ladies took car'e
to obtain the original DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve, knowing that all the coun
terfeits are worthless. The Rt. B. Lour
yea Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryea. Prop.
We have been asked if the Clarendon
vote in the Congr'essional race was not
suprise to us. and in all candor we
must 'say yes. We expected Gener'al
Norton to cearry this county. and did
ot expect Mr. Scarborough to do so.
However the voter's of this county are
free and independent people. and the
piimry returns prove conclusively
that no man or set of mna contr'ol votes.
The people vote as they please. The
talk of -'slates'' and ''ringrs is bun
-ombe and is only used to pr'ejudice
OF COD-LIVER OIL WITH
should always be kept in
the house for the fol
FiRST--Because, if any member
of the family has a hard cold, it
will cure it.
ECND- Because, if the chil
dren are delicate and sickly, it will
make therm strong and well.
7fRD-Because, if the father or
mother is losing flesh and becom
ing thmn and emaciated, it will build
them up and give them flesh and
OR TH - Because it is the
standard remned'y in all throat and
No household should be without it.
t can be taken in summer as well
as in winter.
5oc. and $i.r-o, ?'1 druggists.
! lie card of Mr. \\ . Turbeville has
the true ring alout it. lie shows that he
is no, kicker. an' he does not lay his de
feat at any mIan's door as some of the
defeated ones have done. If all of the
defeated men could have sense enough
to (o as MIr. Turbeville has done. at
tribute defeat to a lack of votes, instead
of blaming some person for it. they
would he better off in the fututnre.
Married yesterday hr R~ev. C. C.
Brown. at the home of the brides par
ents near Sumter, Prof. .lohn T. Young
and Miss Lizzie Tindal, third daughter
of Mr. L. R. Tindall. The groom is a
first honor graduate of Erskine college
and is now in charge of Oak Hill acad
emv in the State of Alabama where the
hapy pair will make their future home.
Professor Young is a young man of
uicli ability and great promise.
Tei elitor of THiE TIM ES received a
letter fromi .ir. ('. W. Kendali now of
.\beville in ;hich he speaks in glow
in' terms of the in:mense business he
has ina ugturatedl. The field is much
larger than dlanniug. and no one apl
preciates the fact that expansion in
buiinse re1uires thorough organiza
tion. push and integrity. Kendall is
devoting much newspapers space to
advertising besides he has Abbeville
county plastered with signs. The se
eeders now have a real live man among
them and he will bring a trade to that
city which has never been there before.
We owe Abbeville a grudge, and we
will not consider ourself paid until we
get Kendall back in Manning Mr.
Kendall is doing a fine business where
he is. but he did that here.
The cotton market is undergoing
many fluctuations, but we believe, ow
ing to the short supply and the coming
demand there will be a still greater
advance, and when it becomes settled
that the speculators cannot press down
the price the fluctuations will cease
and the lrice will become steadied.
It is quite a healthy sign to see the
farmers taking advantage of the pres
ent prices of cotton to rid themselves
of debt. they argue as we do. that the
price now is a certainty and it is
suticient for them to unburden them
selves without taking chances of a
down shoot in the price. If they wait,
and lower prices set in, they may be
heavy losers and thereby put them
selves in a position to not be able to
pay off their debts. as they can do now
at present prices.
E. B. Gamble Protests.
The course of polities, like true love,
does not run smooth, and where con
tests are close, together with other rea
sons. it sometimes happens that those
with "reasons", cannot be satisfied with
the results, and a protest follows, hop
ing thereby to get from the executive
committee that which a majority of the
voters refused to give.
On last Saturday County Chairman
Davis was handed a protest to be filed
for the consideration of the executive
committee and in accordance therewith
he has called a meeting of that body for
Saturday, 29th inst , when it is to be
hoped that a full membership will be
The protest. if sustained, will effect
the interests of several candidates, Rep
resentative. Auditor and Sheriff, and
it is possible that it will be far-reaching
enough to strike others.
The Gamble protest has forced other
protests to be filed. and when the com
mittee assemble there will be plenty
for them to do. The interest in the
protest is not confined to the candi
dates: others are much interested.
One of the parties alleged to have
voted at "White" under age, is a wid
ower, and had his name enrolled upon
the club roll. This chap is in a pecu
liar fix. If he now says he was Dot 21
ears of age and had no right to vote,
he places himself liable to indictment
for illegal voting, and if he says he is
entitled to vote there can be no ques
tion made of it. because he should know
his own age better than those wvho ire
interested in behaif of a candidate.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.'.
In the matter of Edward B. Gamble. Contestant
for the omlc of Sheriff.
To the County Democratic Executive Commit
tee of Chirendon County. in the State of
Take notice that the undersigned. Edward B.
Gambe, a candidate for the olice of Sheriff of
said county in the Democratic primary held on
Tuesday laist. enters this his protest and con
test as to said olilce. and demands that the same
e heard by your committee and files the follow
I. The "White" precinct vote should not be
(1) There was no poll list and no club roll sent
in to said executive committee as required by
the rules governing said primary elections.
(1) He is informed and believes and so charges
that two or more persons under the age of
twenty-one years were allowed to vote at said
preinct, and he names as two of them Joseph
Wise and Peter Ridgeway.
(3) The vote as returned by the managers
shows forty-one votes as having been counted
for his opponent. Mr. J. Elbert Davis, and seven
for contestant, whereas at least twelve votes
were cast at said precint for contestant.
IL. The --Harmony" precinct vote should not
be counted. because persons' names appear
upon the poll list of that precinct as having
voted who were not present, but whose votes
were cast by proxy.
IIL. Contestant protests against the r-esult of
said primary being declared in favor of his op
ponent. J. Elbeirt Davis. for the reasons herein
s-t out. and for the further reason that the per
sons who assembled as the County Democratic
Executive Committee on' the 13th instant had
no authority to sit as such committee. as there
was not a majority of the committee present at
said meeting. and no lawful quorum for the
transaction of business.
Contestant alleges that all of the aforesaid
irrgularnies aire to his prejudice and the result
of the primary thereby against him and that if
ter be corrected, he be declared to be the nom
inee of the Democraitic party for said ofmce.
Wherefore contestant. prays that the County
Deoratic Executive Committee for said coun
tv shall hear and determine the matters afore
s'aid. EDWARD B. GAMBLE.
iSeptemiber i5. 1900).
Robbed the Grave.
A startluing incident, of which Mr. John Oliver
of Philadelphia was the subject. is narrated by
hit as follows: -- I was in a most dreadful condi
tion. My skint was almost yellow, eyes sunken.
tongue coated, pain contiually in back and
sides, no appetite-gradually crowing weaker
day by day. Three physicians had given me up.
Fortunately, a friend advised trying Electric
Bitters: and to my great joy and surprise, the
first bottle made a decided improvement. I con
tined their use for three weeks. and am now a
well man. I know they saved my life, and rob
led theC grave of another victim." No one
shuld fail to try them. Only .;J ets.. guaran
teed. at the R. iB. Loryca drug store.
t is woman's art to deceive, and
m an's folly to believe.
It Saves the Children.
Chamberlain's Cou::h R.-miedy has saved the
lives of thousands of eroupy children. it is also
without an eqiuai for coids and whooping cough.
For sale by the Rt. B. Loryea D~rur s.tore, Isaac
I. .oryei. Pr-opr. ijantlay
A person~ of ripe exper'ience is too
wieo to monkey writh green fruit.
C A.ST Os.Z A.
The KihldYou Have Always Bought
Tis always better to swallow insult
ald bitter pilis without chewing.
Cuts and Bruises Quickly Healed.
Chamberlain's Pain Balm applied .to a cut.
bruise, burn, scald or like injury will instantly
allay the pain and will heal the parts in less
time than any other treatment. Unless the in
jury is yery' seyere it will not leave a scar. Pain
llenu alho cures~ rhieumatism. sprains, swellings
a~d lamne s. For satle by The IR. B. Lor-yea
There is not muchi wast material in a
lashinable ball dIress.
Po (isoous tadst(ois resembling
muish'roomis have caused frequent
deti- this yer He sure to use only
the genuine. Observe the same care
when you ask for De\Vitt's Witch Ha
ze Sa' uiv. The re ate ptoisonous coun
terfeit. DeWitt's is the only original
With Hazel Salve. It is a safe and
certain cure for piles and all skin dis
eases The It. B3. Lor-yea Drug Store.
Tsa. LoT ryea. Pr-op.
The State Board of Education ha
completed its adoption of school book:
for the public schools of this State. an(
under the law the County Superintend
ent of Education is required to keep :
supply of books on hand to be sold a
cost. Just when Mr. Wells will lay it
his stock of books we cannot say, bul
we presume he will forward his order
as soon as he receives official notice o
the adoption. This is a matter that WE
propose to watch carefully and see to il
that the law is carried out. We pro
pose to be reasonable and wait a proper
length of time. but if there is any un
necessary delay we feel it our duty tc
bring the matter to the grand jurys
attention. The books must come and
they must be sold at actual cost.
Our local school opened up last Non
dav morning and the parents of the
children were furnished with a list of a
whole lot of new books they must buy
now. We do not understand this at all,
and we would like for those in eharge
of the school to let the parent, know
why it is. that with a new adoption on
hand, to be sold at actual est. the chil
dren are required to et their new
books and pay a profit +,n them before
the proper officer has time to get the
books adopted by the State board, and
which are to be supplied without profit.
It does seem to us that under the cir
cumstances the purchase of new books
could be delayed a few weeks and start
the children off with what they have
got. Books are expensive, and if the
new adoption will figure in the local
school then we think it wrong to re
e the purchase of books now. It is
ible that the local school will not
use the books adopted by the State. and
will continue patronizing the American
Book Company: if so. the parents are
surely unfortunate, because the books
sent out by this company is a trust con
cern and their books are nearly 40 per
cent higher, besides, their readers and
histories are not what Southern chil
dren should have, and under the new
adoption we get Southern histories,
Southern readers and at nearly one
half the price.
It is not our purpose to criticize to
management of the local school because
we believe those in charge are as anx
ious for the welfare of the children as
are the parents. but this school book
matter gives us much concern, and we
do not want the parents to be paying
out money unnecessarily. If the new
adoption is to be used here we are anx
ious for the benefitsand a saving of the
dealer's profit is an item which will be
That Throbbing Headache
Would quickly leave you if you used Dr
Kings New Life Pills. Thousands of sufferers
have proved their matchless merit for sick and
nervous headaches. They make pure blood and
strong nerves and build up your health. Easy
to take. Try them. Only 5 cents. Money
back if not cured. Sold by the R. B. Loryea
drug store. 1t
The County Democratic Executive
Committee met last Thursday to tabu
late the returns of the second primary.
The meeting was called to order by
Chairman Davis and when the count
was made it was discovered that a large
number of the members had not shown
up, but after waiting a few minutes the
necessary majority was gotten by per
mitting members of the missing clubs
to act as proxies for their regular com
mitteemen, a practice that is universal,
not only with county committees but
also with the State committee. It has
always been done in Clarendon.
Mr. E. B. Gamble was present at the
meeting and desired the committee to
ompare the polling lists with the club
rolls, claiming that he had information
hich led him to believe that in the
armers' Platform club men were al
wed to vote whose names did not ap
pear on the club roll, but their mem
ership was elsewhere. The matter
as discussed at considerable length
and the committee decided not to make
the comparison as requested, because if
they did the result would not be affec
ted' thereby. Mr. Gamble made no
harges of fraud, but he did charge ir
egularities, that in permitting a man
o vote when his name was on some
Lther roll was not in accordance with
he rules of the Democratic party.
Then Mr. Gamble made a written re
quest for a committee to be a ppointed
o make examination of the club rolls
and poll lists. The committee declined
o make such appointment, but gave
Mr. Gamble permission to make the ex
minations himself in the presence of
The election was declared as follows:
Legislature-Dr. I. M. Woods.
Sheriff -J. Elbert Davis.
Auditor-E. C. Dickson
Supervisor-T. C. Owens.
Superintendent of Education-L. L.
Coroner-W. A. Brewer.
Magistrate at Manning-S. M. You
Magistrate in Salem-J. P. Turbe
Large sun spots, astronomers say,
caused 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
ieve and permanently cure you. The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac M. Lor
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the JTudge of Probate
for Clarendon County on the 19th day
of October, 1900, for letters of discharge
as administrator of the estate of R. B.
'IsAAC M. LORYEA,
Manning, S. C., Sept. 19, 1900. [27-4t
"No loud professions
And with little deeds."
When we assumed the mainagemelnt fthe
R. B. LORYEA DRUG STORE
We promised that the same honest business
nethods. .he samne care and attention to the
most minu-e details, the same absolute purity
of the products handled by my predece~,or
should be continued, that no expense would he!
pr.d in hain:z our
Lnder the control of the most skilled and scien
title Pharmacist that could be procured.
We have redeemed every promise made and it
is with satisfaction that we have received the
ncouragement of the friends and patrons of
te house: weo have retained old friends andl
ur Dru Store has been run on strict busi
ness principles: we have neither misreprese2ntedJ
nor depreciated the efforts of others.
At the beginning of the fall season we ask for
the same liberal patronage that has been be
stowed on us in the past.
We have the largest and most ,thoroughly
equipped drug establishment in this section of
the State. and we congratulate ourselves on be
log the proprietor of a
Modern Drug Store.
There is nothing ob'.olete ibout our business
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Proprietor,
Sign of the
-/ Golden Mortar,
-. ~ MANNINC, S. C.
'PHONE NO. 2.
Mis Oiv ia Ingram is now in our emplo:
aind will bie pleased to see her man:
Bring ynour Job Work to The Timies offie,
Is the Place to Do&
Your Fall Trading.
The largest stot-k of Fine Dress Goods in town, containing the very latest
styles. in foreign and domestic Novelties and all cut in patterns-no two alik'.
Our line of French Flannel Waist Goods at Soc. 75e. $1 and $1.25 per yard is
the admiration of all who see the line.
Our line of Dress Trimmings is something that the ladies have never seen
in :his town before.
Doiestic Dry oods.
Five thousand yards Calico at 3Jc per yard. Better Calicos at 4, 4j. 5 and
61c per yaad.
Yard-Wide Sea Island Homespun at 5C per yard.
Yard-Wide Fruit of the Loom at 81c per yard.
Three-furths yard-wide Sea Island Homespun for quilt linings at aic per
yard, by the bolt.
Best Bleached 10-4 Sheeting at 25c per yard: the same 10-4 Sheeting in
bleached at 221c.
This is a department which we have given considerable attention.
A beautiful line of Mattings at 15, 20. 25. 30 and 35c per yard.
Floor Linoleum, six feet wide. at 40 and 45c per square yard, in a number of
A beautiful line of Rugs of every description, from 25c to $5 each.
Wool mixed Crum Cloths and Art Squares, from $5.50 to $8.50 each.
All-Wool Art Squares, from $7.50 to $15 each.
Our Ali-Wool Art Squares 4yards wide by 5 yards long, at $15 each is just
as ;gaod as any carpet, and what is better still. you can take it up and dust it at
A very pretty line of Chenille and Tapestry Table Covers and Portiers.
Our line of fancy Table Covers is the wonder of all who see them.
Our line of Shoes is one of the largest shown in this town and is up-to-date
in every respect. When you want good Shoes that will give you good service
at a moderate price, go to the Jenkinson Dry Goods Store for them.
Gents Clothing & Furnishings.
Gents', you must not forget that we have Clothing in all styles at prices so
low that it will certainly do you good to look at them.
Also a large line of Youth's and Children's Clothing.
An inspection of our immense stock of Clothing will convince you that we
intend to lead in the sale of Clothing.
And while you are thinking about Clothing you had just as well begin to I
think about when yon are going to buy your Underwear I just wish to say while
in New York we picked up several cases of Gent's Fleece Lined Undervests that
we are going to sell at 25 and 50c each thpt our competitors cannot sell for less
than 40 and 75c. Now we mean just what we say-we went to New York to get
this that our competitors could not get and we got them.
You had better not buy your Clothing and Underwear until you see what we
have to offer you.
We are nsw showing in our Millinery Department a very exclusive and
pretty line of Street Hats for early fall wear, and a little later, the day we will
have our fall opening of Pattern Hats.
W E. JENKINSON.
i WE HAVE-0
r Clothing for the naked,
Glasses for the blind:
Shoes for the barefooted,
Gloves that are lined.
Curtains for the windows,
Shoe strings and laces; ;_
Lamp wicks and oil E
To light the dark places.I
Canned fruit, canned goods,
Ii Everything to eat:
Caps for the head
And socks for the feet. V
Calicoes of the finest,
That never fades ;
Woolen goods for dresses,
Ribbons for old maids. i
9 9 Tobacco for men folks,
+Something for the children,
SSacques for the babies.I
Plates and bowls,
And leather for soles.
Straps and strings, ~I
Buckles and other means:
I~ The finest of silks,
And the coarsest of jeans.
Potatoes and hosiery.
Lard and meat:
Buttter from New York.
Fresh and sweet.
Tea and coffee,
Sugar and rice,6
Cakes and crackers.
Cheese and spice.
Oysters and salmon,
Flour and meal: d
__ Mouse traps-and eats
~ Powder for faces,
Powder for hunters:
Axes for choppers,
And remedies for grunters. r
Chewing gum, candy,0
Corset and bustle:
+The people come trading
And o e do yu :st oree.
Medicine to make you well:
+ In fact we have eeyhn
* OLD RELIABLE
S. A. RIGBY, 121
o MANNINCSHUST N MERCHANT. Ag
Don't fail to attend S. I.
TILL'S big Millinery Open
ing Thursday and Friday,
September 27 and 28.
COME! COME! COME!
C. M. Davis & Co.
THEY ARE THE LEADERS
In Styles, Fitting and Wearing Quality.
Our lines are too numerous to mention
SShoes, Hats and Caps, Shirts, Collars,
Cuffs, Neckwear, Suspenders, Urn
brellas, Dress Suit Cases, etc.
S We will offer you for thirty days only the following, which are
Sregular $1.25 goods, for the very small sum of 99c a pair:
SLadies' Dong. Polish. all Leather......................9yc:
SLadies' Pebble Grain Button, all Leather................99c
n sEnglish T all Leather.............. .-. -99c
S Everything else in our store just as cheap.
SMr. PRESTON B. THAMES is with us and would be glad to
Shave his many friends come to see him.
S Thanking you in advance, we are,
Yours, anxious to pleas
Sc. M. DAVIS& CO.,
SOpp. Court House, - MANNING, S. C.
Manning Hiardware Co.
Is now established in their commodious and conveniently ap
pointed building and fully equipped with an immense stock to meet
the requirements and demands of their patrons.
They call your attention to the following seasonable lines:
MILL SUPPLIES, STEAM FITTINGS, BELTING; OILS, etc.
DEERING MOWERS AND HAY RAKES,
CANE MILLS, EVAPORATORS AND KETTLES.
A FULL LINE OF GUNS AND PISTOLS,
SHELLS, SHOT, POWDER, CARTRIDGES, etc.
POCKET CUTLERY A SPECIALTY.
STOVES, RANGES AND HEATERS.
BLUE FLAME OIL STOVES.
ANTI-RUST TINWARE, GREY ENAMEL WARE,
POTWARE AND WOODEN WARE,
BUGGY AND WAGON MATERIAL,
HARNESS, SADDLES, LEATHER & HARNESS REPAIRS
BICYCLES, BICYCLE REPAIRS & EQUIPMENTS.
A Paint with a 5-year guarantee. Painters and those who ex
pect to use paint for any purpose, will do well to inquire into thle
merits of this Paint.
M ANNINtG HARDWARE00O.
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