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Publishes All County and Town Of
On Tuesday, Oct. the 2nd,
'l'he 1.h'nkinson )ry
Goods Store will shlow a
line of special Model
Pattern Hats that will
Sure delight the ladies
J thoe parvt-.
Ladies vou all must
come for we are having
this special display of
Pattern Hats for your
benetit. We will also
display a splendid line of
tine Dress Goods and
Trimmings. Silks. Laces
and Embroideries A
beautiful line of House
Come one. Come all'
Tuesday. Oct. 1nd.
\V. E.. ENKINSON.
Notice is hereby given that no advertise
ments will be changed in this paper where
the copy is brought in later than Saturday
Miss Lillian Harvin left this morning
to attend college in Columbia.
Fruit Cans t0. per. pozen. Manning
Several communications are crowded
out this week. on account of lack of
How about a Lemon Phosphate now
at Brockinton's Fount.
Court convenes in Manning Monday
October 15th. The jury will be drawn
on the 2nd inst.
The New Violet Perfume Vioris 5'oap
at Rhame's Drug Store.
Mr. Leon Weinberg left yesterday
morning to attend the South Carolina
College at Columbia.
Grape Juice deliciously refreshing at
Brockinton's Soda Fount.
The publication of THE TINES will
be delayed next week until Thursday,
on account of the Jewish day of atone
When you need any present or gift of
any kind call at Rhames Drug Store.
The home of Mrs. Charles Browder
of Davis Station was destroyed by fire
last Sunday morning about t o'clock.
Fruit Cans 60c. per. dozen. Manning
Mrs. H. Levi. Mrs. S. Iseman, and
Miss Nettie Weinberg after spending
the summer in Chicago. returned home
last Friday night.
Orders for all kinds of Novelties tilled
promptly at Rhame's Drug Store.
Superintendant of Education WVells
made up his order for school books last
Saturday. and as soon as they arrive he
will give notice of the same.
Brockinton's Soda Water. Bright.
sparkling, cold and refreshing.
We are requested to announce that
the stores of the Jewish merchants wil
be closed October 3rd.. on account of
Yum-Kippu-r, or day of fast.
School Books and all kinds of School
Stationery at Rhame's Drug Store.
That United States flag flying over
C. M. Davis & Co's store, means to bid
defiance to all competition in the cloth
ing and gent's furnishing goods line.
Ladies call for the New Violet Per
fume. 5 and 15 cents at Rhame's Drug
The prejudice against Manning as a
cotton market is fast disappearing, be
cause our merchants are doing all in
their power to make this a good mar
Soda Water. cold as it ought to be.
and sweet as you like it at Brockimton s.
Narried this evening at the home of
the brides parents near Panola Mr. _C.
W. Evans of Orangeburg and Miss
Mittie Fairey, a daughter of Mr. S. P.
Fragrant and delightful Colgate
Vioris Soap 5 and I5 cents at Rhame's
We were presented on last Friday
with a nobby "Jetferson"' hat by M1r.
S. I. Till who has just received a niee
assortment of these stylish hats and
which he sells cheap.
M1others must not forget that Dr.
Motett's TEETHINA (Teething Pow
ders) wvill cure their child. [1t
Mr. L. S. Nichols of Abbeville is a
salesman in Mr. S. I. Till's store. Mr.
Nichols is a stranger here, but being a
single man and handsome too, we know
he will not be a stranger long.
To prevent consumption quickly cure
throat and lung troubles with One Min
ute Cough Cure. The R. B. Lorvea
Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea. Prop.
Jenkinson's dress making and mnilli
nery parlors are subjects for the ladies
to discuss, and they are discussing them~
with all their mind, with all their heart
and with all their tongues. Poor hus.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers are
prompt, palatable. pleasant. powerful,
purifying little pills. The R. B. Lor-.
vest Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryea. Prop.
Willie Parker. colored, who was
stabbed by Walter Wells. colored. diec
last Thursday night. Coroner Andrews
held an inquest -.,d a verdiet was ren
dered in effect '1..t Parker was killet
The most dainty and effective pill:
made are DeWitt's Little Early Risers
-hev are unequaled for all hiver am~
bowel troubles. Never grip.. The II
B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac M. Lor
The Woman's District Missionar:
Soit of Sumter District. wilfl mec
at the'Methodist church. Sumumerton
Friday night. 28. and continue througl
Sunday. Mrs. Wightmnan. Mrs. Her
bert and Mrs. Humbert are expecte<
to be present. Publie cordially mnvited
You can spell it cough. coff. caugh
kauf. kaff, kough. or kaugh, bu; th
only~ harmless remedy that quickl
cures it is One Minute Cough e urt
The R. B. Loryea Drug Stor~e, Isaae
County Chairman Davis at tihe re
quest of'State Chairman Jones. has r~
.onunended the following commnissior
er of elect ion:
State-S. H-. Bradham, Mann
Alozo Smith. Turbeville: J1. 1 . Gritta
ederal - B. A. JIohnson, Mann
S. WX. McIntosh. Workman: Louis '-i
'i ne . oum m rtit -xeti .
is oil miut t* fnt t; ' .. rvtur~ nti irt
is all important for every membll'er to
be presentl. This meieting s1hul not
be neglected by a single 111111ntr aLs
theren- will be matters to be heard o
vital inttt- to the )enocracy of this
wu.u ie amr.liv:ingon 1. .lohnr
'r.a?1n -s e:'t near Ilavis Station.
. . ( i 1ived ill tualrel with Neal
t ii iv. t tou'td. Which r esultled in Mr.
I oVrits I av'n:jto re-rtre to his gun.
la *lnter took to tight. and it issaid somei:1'
of the shot w t tlattened on the dar
Ther. wll be a hot supper at Davis
,.;tationt Oil Mill, Friday evening Oe
1n"e .t 1I. for t he henetit of l ethlie'hem
t c to '. 1'he publi i cordially invitet'l.
andi it is hoped that the publit spiri~t: d
people of this conununity will turn out
ant; help in this good cause. There
will be several interesting features at
the umke the evening a plea-ant one.
The I. B. Loryea Drug Store IreW, to
itforl their nany kind patrons that we
ob-erve the followin" hotr'-: uir'iing
the week our dr0 ;tore is oten from t;
a. ImI. to 9 p. m.: Saturday i "1hts to
11::;'. Sunday hours. i a. Im. to l''::;0 p.
.: ::;) to 6::h3 P. m. Night calls re
stontded to promitly antid cheerfully by
o'ur IP haruacit. '1 .I. E. Arant. Ph.
who re-ides at Mrs. *. A.\ells'.
The Store of the D. W. Alderman
Sotn's 'o.. at New Zlon. was burglarized
last \Weinesday night and from the
monev drawer was stolen between $40
andn'.1 in cash. No goods could be
milsSedl. A starch warrant was taken
out and in the house of Sid MeFaddin.
olored. was found $4:i. and he was ar
rested. others w'e arrested on suspi
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 1R. B. Lor
yea Drug Store. Isaae \I. Loryea. Prop.
The Trinity A. M. E. church whose
pastor is Rev. J . CWilliams. gave
notice that he wanted the mortgage on
the church paid, and on last Sunday
from member-hip collections, club col
lections, and the Sunday school. tribe of
.loseph. they raised the sum of $1.04 34
which will Iay up the mortgage debt.
and leave a surplus. A considerable
amollotlnt to this cause was contributed
by the white people of the town.
Poisonous toadstocls resembling
Iushroomis have caused frequent
deaths this year. Be sure to use only
the gentlint. 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 I. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Isaac M. Loryea. Prop.
The protest to be heard by the exe
cutive committee next Saturday. is
being talked about all over the country,
and sentiment is divided. Each candi
dte has his partisan friends. and with
out looking into the merits of the ques
tion they express their opinions ac
cording to their .wishes. The commit
tee however. will view the matter in
the same capacity as a jury. and he
governed by the facts. law anti eircumn
Large sun spots. astronomers say.
caused the extreme heat this summer,
and doctors declare nearly all the p~ros
trations were induced by disorders of
the stomach. Good health follows good
digestion. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure di
gests whnat you eat. If you have indi
gestiton or dyspepusia it will quickly ire
lieve and permanently cure you. The
t. B. Loryea Drtug Store. Isaae M. Lor
Our advertising columns show con
siderable vim and putsh among that class
of merchants and other btusiness mnen
who believe in catering to the public
for business. We hope our readers will
read these advertisements carefully.
because there is much valuable infor
mation in them. The man or wvomant
that read the advertisements keel)
posted as to prices and styles. and wvhen
they go to market to bty they do so
intelligently. It pays to read the. ad
Story of a Slave.
ro be bound harnd and foot for years by the
chains of disease is the worst form of slavery.
6eorge 1U. Williams of Manchester. Mich.. tells
how such a slave was made fre(e. He tays: "My
wie has been so helpless for live years that she
could not turn over in bied alone. Afte!r usmli
t wo bottles of1 Electric Bitters. she is wonder:
futv improvetd and abtle to do her ownwrk
rh supremet. remnedy' for female diseases quick
lv res nlervousnes lepns. m nelanchoty.
leudache, bacikache, faintingi and dizzy spells.
This miracle working neiemcie is a godseind to
weak. sickly. run down 'people. Every b~ottle
guaranteed. Only 5t' -ents. Sold by the R. B
Lorya drug store. .
A ereed( practiced very frequently by
some professing piety, is do tnto others
that which you wotild not have them do
umto you. If thy neighbor suspects
t~hee of hypocrisy and thoui art guilty.
go among thy brethren and damn him
n their sight. this will hide thine own
rascality, and cauise thy brother who
ssects thee to lose business. All this
vil he done for a short while. until the
end of thine row has been reached.
then woe will be the turning, for a hyp
orite receiv'es no slt)p over' tickets: ne
is cheked straight through to hell.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a Great
The soothing and heating propertie~s of, this
remedy, its pleasant taiste and prompt alit 17
mnanent cures have made it a great favorite with
neople evervwhe re. It is especially prized by
ioters of smnai children for cOlds. croiup and
whoopeg cough. as it always aitords quick re'
lf. and as it contains no opium or' other harm
ful dru. it mnav be given as co'niidenitly 1to a
babv as to a ault For sale by The it. Ii. Lot"
v 'Du tre, IsaaciM. LoIryet.. Prop.
Get fat. get nice and plump;
Ithere is safety- in plumpness.
Summer has tried your
food-works; winter is coming
to try your breath-mill. Fall
is the time to brace yourself
But weather is tricky; lool
out ! Look out for colds espec
Scott's Emulsion of Cod
Lier Oil t~ he subtlest oa
helps. It is food, the easiesi
food in the wtorld ; it is more
chan food , it helps yo digesi
you food, aind gect moure nutri
me t from it.
Don' t get thin, there it
safety in plIumIpness. Max
w~oman anid child.
If o .Cu have mut ined it, sed for free sampb
its greeable tastte wilu surprise vou.
SC OTT & Iio W NE,
4 '9.eal ,.rec . Ch. nii .. New Yorl
"A Miss is As
Good as a Mile."
F you are not enfirely well, you are ill.
i!ness does not macn dciti:'s dc. It is
a sense of 'weariness, a " !rcd fecing,' a
life filed ewith nameic:s ,.ts :::d afIc
inc. t 90'" of cases ' ::o. .;o i.
f o r s ..". . ! ...zrnx^r
Til half page adtertiseinut in
the-'' t-,,mns has at'iett d an immen Ise
trade t~ his store. feople fromt thlis
and adjoining' ountie's tilled his store
ast Saturday llead what he says. the
>rices he o!Ters andi remember that. his
In illinlty ) department is as well equipp
.d as any e lstablishment of the kind in
the State. Till isa mlan who labors to
!ease the public. and if i.ood service,
ip-tattte -t ib-s l1t "0111' imone'
orth" will draw and hold trade Till is
ound to succeed. Vhen you co1me to
Manning do not fail to take a look in
the yellow front store.
Bismarck's Iron Nerve
Was the result of his splendid health. Indom
table will and tremendous energy are not found
there stomach, liver. kidneys and bowels are
uut of order. If you want the qualities and the
ccess they bring, use Dr. King's New Life
Pills. They develop every power of brain and
body. Only '5 cents at the R. B. Loryea drug
Among our advertisers this week is
the Horn-Bass Co.. a new concern just
opened up in the city of Sumter. They
created a sensation as soon as they hit
the town.. by bringing along with them
a solid car of shoes bought from one
oncern. The Horn-Bass Co.. are no
cheap skates. they are solid business
men, and do business on business prin
ciples. They own several stores and of
course buy in large quantities, thereby
getting an advantage over smaller
buyers. This store will surprise you
with prices, they carry everything at
set-pace prices. Their store is next
coor to the Bank of Sumter, and when
vou visit Sumter it will pay you to
nake an inspection of the Horn-Bass
''s., immense stock of general mer
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Editor The Manning Time':
No doubt but that it will be of some
interest to your readers to know the
result of the contributions many of
them have given in response to the ap
peal of the trustees of Trinity A. M. E.
church under the pastorate of Rev. J.
. Williams. From the various sources
of church organizations the following
amounts were realized:
From the roll-call members... 264 16
From the Bishop Turner Club. 353 78
From the Bishop Grant Club.. 334 73
-rom the Tribe of .Toseph Club 92 67
M\aking a total of..........1.045 34
The tribe of Joseph is a club consist
ing of all the children connected with
the Sunday school and its name is that
f the pastor--Joseph" and for the
large amount raised through their manyv
ittle ways. much praise is due them.
The pastor and congregation through
e. would take this method of thank
ing not only their own people from the
aious churches for the assistance
given. but would return to their white
friends grateful acknowledgements for
the generous aid in resp)onding to the
many calls made opIen them. We have
not only paid the mortgage held by Mr.
W. S. Harvin, who also gave us a lib
eral reduction of $60.00. but paid the
mortgage held by the Bank over the
:hurch that was destroyed by tire, and
after payi~g all outstanding obligations
the trustees impve dep)osited money to
the ciredit of the church.
This is the second year of the active
ministry of the Rev. .J. C. Williams who
succeeded even last year in raising
$3.51 for the church. His people are
quite proud of him for the work he has
done. not only from a financial stand
point. but for the improvements he has
striven to make money. his p~eop~le in
'their i-eligious, mor'al and industrial
life, and for the great energy of heart
and body displayed in it all, and at a
great sacritice to his owvn personal wel
As a type of man and christian that
he is. I mention that a donation was
otered him. but he declined it wvith the
remark "that the consciousness of his
having done his duty was a greater
compensation to him than the dollars
RonT. A. STEWART.
Sec. Board Trustees.
Prevented a Tragedy.
'iiely information riven Mrs. George Long
of New Straitsville. Ohio. prevented a dreadful
tragedy and saved two lives. A trightful cough
had loig kept her awake every night. She had
tried many remedies and doctors but steadily
grew worse until urged to try Dr. King's New
iscovery. One bottle wholly cured her. and
she writes this marvelous medicine also cured
Mr. Long of a severe attack of pneumonia.
Such cures are positive proof of the matchless
merit of this grand remedy for curing all throat.
chest and lung troubles. Only 50c and $1. Ev
ry bottle guaranteed. T1rial bottles free at the
.' . Loryea drug; store. 6
The citizens of Clarendon County
Ihave re-elected me a representative in
the General Assembly of South ('arolh
Ina. and I wish to show my appreciation
of the honor' they have conferred upon
me. by cordially thanking them through
the medium of the county pr'ess. I am
sensible that I can never repay them
for thc great confidence they have reC
i)osedl in me. butt they know whei'e I
stand. and what I have declared on the
stump. I will maintain in the halls of
the General Assembly: 1 earnestly sol
icit the voters of the county, to comn
municate freely with me on matters of
suticient importance to engage their
inteest. and I will endeavor' to fulfill
the dlesires' of the majority of the .peo
pl of the county so fair as it is withim
my'~ power to learn their wishes.
'HENRY B. RICH.\RDBSON.
Fulton. S. C.. Sept. 22 1900.
Cuts and Bruises Quickly Healed.
Chambrlain's Pain Balm applied .to a cut
Ibruise, burn, scald or like injury will imstanti;
allay the pa in and will heal the parts in lest
time than any other treatment. U'nless the hm
jury is very severe it will not leave a scar. Pau
Bam also'eures rheumatim, sprains. swelling
and lameness. For sale by The R. U. L~orye;
Drg Store. Isaae M. Loryea. Prop.
T' C 'ounty Democratic Exetutive
(omlit tee will meet at the court hous<
on Saturdar. September 29ith. 1900X. a
11 o'clock a. mu. for the purp'lose of de
terningli' protets iled with me a
coutty chirm'nan against the result a
tppe's on the face of the returns c
the recent Deniocratie primary.
.1. ELBERtT DAVIS.
.\egrun., but skin eruiptions rob life of jo:
11uck'.na Arica Salve cures thetm. also olt
running and fecer 'ores. uleers. boils, felon
cors.W wart-. cuts. bruises. burns, scalds. chal
ped hands.hlbalas. Best Pile Cure on eartt
Drives out pains and aches. Only 25 cents a bo.
ICure guaranteed. Sold by the H. It. Lorye
it Saves the Children.
(hamnrain's Cough Remedy has saved the
live of thousands of croupy children. It is also
without an equal for colds and whooping cough.
For sale y the R. B. Loryca Drug Store. Isaac
%l. Loryea. Propr. tjanliay
A man's wife may not know what he
susp)ects about her, and he may not sus
pect what she knows about him.
Bear Kind You Have Always Bought
Some men spend half their time
making promises and the other half
The Greatest Evidence of the dangers of
ctholera morbus, diarrhEa. and dvsen
terv is the increase in the death rate
during the summer months. You cannot
be too careful. and particular attention
should be paid to the diet. A supply of
PAIN-KLLER should always he at hand
for it can be relied on at all times as
safe. sure and speedy. A teaspoonful
will cure any ordinary case. Avoid
substitutes, there is butone Pain-Killer,
Perry Davis'. Price 25e. and 50c.
Beare the The Kind You Have Always Bought
Signature /7 dd
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the .fudge of Probate
for Clarendon County on the 19th day
of October. 1900. for itters of discharge
as administrator of the estate of R. B.
ISAAC Mi. LCRYEA,
Manning, S. C.. Sept. 19, 1900. [27-4t
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Probate
for Clarendon County on the 20th day
of October, 1900, for letter of discharge
as Executor of the estate of Ann F.
T. H. CONNORS,
Summerton, S. C.. Sept. 20, 1900.
"No loud professions
And with little deeds."
When w("e assumed the management of the
R. B. LORYEA DRUG 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 scien
titic Pharmacist that could be procured.
We have redeemed every promise made and it
is with satisfaction that we have received the
encouragement of the friends and patrons of
the house: we have retained old friends and
Our Drug Store has been run on strict busi
ness principles: we have neither misrepresented
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
ing the proprietor of a
Modern Drug Store.
There is nothing obsolete about our business.
IBE R. B. [ORYI DRUG IORL,
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Proprietor,
sigrn or the
- MANNINC, S. C.
'PHONE NO. 2.
iiss Oiia Ingram is now in our employ
Sand will be pleased to see her many
An American Disease.
DR. S. WEIR MITCHELLI is au
thority for the statement thatnerv
ousness is the charactenistic mal
ady of the American nation, and
statistics show that nerve deaths
number one-fourth of all deaths
recorded,therOtality 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 Nlehgsa Drag Co.," Detroit, meh.
LIvrsVe the famous little liver pilla. 25c.
W. M. BROCKINTON, Manning, S. C
RtAMONS NERVE AND BONE OIL
still head the list and are acknowledged by
all to be the great tconquterors of pains,
aches and diseases for which they are
Ramoun's Retief will r~oitivly cure
ains of all kinds. such as llaah.Sick
Icladache. Troothache, Neuralgia, Cramp
('olie, Pnins it the Stomach anid Bowels,
Diarrhea. &c., almostt instantly. and, as a
hou-ehld remedy fo r these sudden se-k
m-se it has no eq nali ini the world. "'Once
tried. always use-d." Price Z and 50 cents.
Saiple bttlecs 10' cents
Ramuon's iNerve & goae Oit is the
orinal and onily genuni: Nerve .nd Bone
Oil nmade. I t is just what its name implies.
and penetrainit quickly it the nerve and
hone. reliieves pain. d rives away disease
and effects a 1 erniwnent a-tre. A spc.ific
for lthemnatisit, Sores, Bruises. Sprains.
Outt, Buirns. ind' aill injulries to the tiesh of
either man or i,-ast, P'rie 2"> and 50 cets,
Sample bottles 10 cenlts.
The genuiine has the name blown In the
bottle. The Relief is put up in sqtuare red
evrtoons and the oil in greeni cartoons.
TAKE NO OTHER
- FOR SA LE BY
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
unde.r $s,000 Cash Deposlt.
Retliread Far.e Pid.
ODU yearto Both SeSZo. Very Cheas Soar
~ osEPH F. RHAME,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
L~and Surveying and Levelini
I will do Stirveying, etc.. in Clar'e
don and adjoining Counties.
O. Call at office or- address at Sumter.
C. . P. O. Box 101.
JONe n HAN, EwOrrr
FALL AND WINTER
OF CLARENDON COUNTY.
'M TE Have Exclusive Control -
in Sumter of the famous
FECHIHiEIMER, FISHEL & CO.
10!i These Suits and Overcoats are
l made by the best tailors in New 3
fhi York city, and are entirely different 3
I from the ordinary ready-to-wear
S1l We also carry a full line of
Mediumi and Low Priced Goods,
1 So that if yoi want a cheap suit a
medium price suit, or a fine tailor
made suit, you will have no trouble
in getting it here.
Our stock of all other goods, in
Boys' and Children's Clothing,
HATS AND FURNISHING GOODS,
Is complete, and we will certainly
f appreciate your patronage.
-D J. CHANDLER
a.- ~ ES
a..EMA S o --
They ar lwy n AITN
~;SD.wJ CH ANning. M
SHOimErWhv bete tye an bet
They areebaatadsline of LadTes
Th Bes Shosoort 1v5,ou
ShownFin nIngs God n ik
Are simpy beautes and e til sai actorn w e ew ylesan
TWa ilor E q ualle.
It will do Ouugocdlwhrated flineoofhowacheap
Our Fannes fo Waitsiaefa Deong Lanyn n t tonlt
andnowhreca yu uythm she, HA.orh$5
GWe Five Dress Goods bewdh wort 15 ol0e:s
qulTies sthagt in e machd
Men's lordyMd Suits
Iht ldyou wilofid whn his loaitnd hat is ch e tter stl, IB
OrFanlfoWasndr a Beoys' Cothing o~n ~lt
ad noetteree han you ind th asid ofH e wYork
Wehave Drs odsn oubl w dth verhr 5c to1 ^
oudr i ' price .. . .. . .. . .. . . . . . . .... ... . E
The neaest rcieth nobstline of
Tha Ayowillin in this cality nd wheias at ise sild Bows,
etc. They are "butes." Boys, you ought to see them.
See the latest cut High Turn-Down Collars. We can show them,.
P ~ Big lot Canton Flannel, heavy, worth elsewhere - to Se:
our price for the season................................. C.
.R EMEMBER -
L And don't forget wc are strictly in it when you w.ant GRlOCEIESIL of
- We want you to come to see us and get ygur money's worth. I
~~S. A. RIBY.I
Sumter is the Cty
IS A PLEASANT AND MONEY-SAVING
PLACE AT WHICH TO GET YOUR
We are Holding the Prices Down
And will continue to do so while our present stock lasts, and we've
got a big one. The rumored advance in Dry Goods is greatly exag
gerated and we promise you'll see no difference in prices at our
Our Dress Goods & Trimmings
Are always a source of delight to the ladies. All of the ultra Nov
elties of the current season's importations are now being shown at
our counters. Have you seen the new Pebble-Cheviot or Costume
Cloth? The handsome Plaid-Back or Rainy-Day Skirting? The
Zibelines, Steam-Shrunk Serges, Venetians, Broadcloths (the best
50-inch $1 one on the market), Camletts, Poplins. Prunnelles, Soliels,
Silks and Cut Velvets? You cannot afford to ignore this opportu
nity to get the proper posting.
Our Ready-to-Wear Garment Department
Furnishes the correct suggestions in Tailor-Made Suits, Jackets and
Wraps for Ladies, Misses and Children.
In Housefurnishings -
We are making an exceptionally handsome display of Carpets, Mat
tings, Rugs, Oil Cloths, Window Shades, Portiers, Lace Curtains,
Tapestries, Bagdad Drapery Cloths, Velours, Printed Jap. Drapery
Silks, Silkolines and everything needed with which to beautify the
lie are Firs Belleie llto Good 100Miie
And handle only standard makes. If you've been having any trou
ble with your shoes. send to us for a pair of our Val. Duttenhoffer
or Drew Selby's Warranted Shoes; they'll please you. For school
children the "Little Giant" brand beats them all for good looks and
We cordially invite our Manning and Clarendon friends to come up and
spend a day with us. The pleasure will be ours; the profit will
(Proprietors of Sumter's Leading Dress aking Establishment,)
SUMTER, - - - - - S- C.
~C. M. Davis & Co. 2
THEY ARE THE LEADERS
S In Styles, Fitting and Wearing Quality. E
SOur lines are too numerous to mention
Shoes, Hats and Caps, Shirts, Collars,
Cuffs, Neckwear, Suspenders, Um
brellas, Dress Suit Cases, etc.
We will offet you for thirty days only the following, which are
regular $1.25 goods. for tia very small sum of 99c a pair: 2
Ladies' Dong. Polish, all Leather................ .. ---- 99c 2:
__Ladies' Pebble Grain Button, all Leather............... 99c a
Men's English Ties, all Leather.............--..-.-- -- 9c
I'verything else in our store just as cheap.
Mr. PRlESTON B3. THAMES is with us and would be glad to
have his many friends conme to see him.
Thanking you in advance. we are.
Yours. anxiou to please.~
C. M.DAVIS &CO.,
Opp. Court House, - MANNING, S. C.