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Publishes All County and Town Of
Notice is hereby given that no advertise
ments will be changed in this paper where
the copy is brought in later than Saturday
Your Shoe Bill Reduced.
If you vwish tto bu
1 OuL' wintrO Shoes h1Ieap
go to the Jenkinsoll Drv
G. oors Store. lle have'
lput their entire stock of
Ladies' and Men's Shoes
onl the niarket at a reduc
lion of _.: cents per irn.
This is a great oppor
tunity to ret your shoes
We carry nothing but
the best Shoes in all
This otfer stands good
until November 1. 19:0.
W. E. JENK1\SON.
There are several cases of typhoid
fever in Salem.
Buy your Shoes from S. . Till.
Fresh Ilice Flour at the M anning
Miss .ulia Kass of Philadelphia is
visiting the family of Major A. Levi.
See S. . Till's Remuant Counters.
How about a Lemon Phosphate now
at Brockinton's Fount.
Misses FEstelle and Alice onnor and
iiss Barnes of Foreton spent yesterday
Read what S. I. Till says this week.
Genuine Texas Rust Proof Seed Oats
at the Manning G ros - ry.
Mrs. A. Levi acco, 1panied by her
mother have returned .onis from ner
Get your boy a good School Suit for
6ha at S. I. Till's.
A Talking Machine with music for c.
For sale at Rhame's Drug Store.
Miss Josephine Kennedy of Charles
ton is visiting her friend -miss Nellie
Stephens of this place.
Genuine Texas Rust Proof Seed Oats
at the Manning Grocery.
Paint your old buggy or wagon for
one dollar Rhame's Drug Store.
Everett Isemuan and "Billy" Barron
of this place are now among the cadets
at the citadel in Charleston.
Byyour goods from S. I. Till, as he
Grape Juice deliciously refreshing at
Brockinton's Soda Fount.
There will be preaching at Fellow-.
ship church next Sunday morning at
11 a. mn. and 5 p. im.: Sundxay school at
Wood's Cow Horn Turnip Seed just re
ceived. The R. B. Loryea Drug Storc.
Last Mlonday a little colored boy, son
of W. P'. Duntant of thik town while
stealing a ride on the train comning to
Manniti was killed.
Brockinton's Soda WVater, Bright.
sparkling, cold and refreshing.
Walter Wells who killed Will Parker'
in an altercation in the tobacco ware
house, staved about here until after
the Coroner's inquest and then betook
himself otY fox' parts unknown.
A five cent Cake of \'ioris Soap, will
perfume a trunk fuli o~f clothes. For
sale at Rhamne's Drug Store.
Died last Sat urday at his home in:
Sandy cirove township, Mr. Chap
man Barrow, aged 'about 653 years.
The funeral took place at the Barrowv
family burying groundA~ Sunday.
Soda Water. cold as it ougzht to be.
and sweet as you like i. at Brockimton's.
Died last Saturday at his home near
Kngstree, Mr. James M1eCleary an old
adrespected citizen of Williamsburg
county. Rev. James M1eDowell by tre
quest officiated at the funer'al on Sun
day in Kingstree.
School Books. Paper. Pens. Pads.
Pencils. Slates. Ink. etc. Fox' sale at
Rhame's Drug Store.
There will be a festival at the Home
Branch school house for the benetit of
M1iss .Jesse Curtis' school. Fr iday 5th.
inst. The public is invited, and the
editor of THE TIES r'eturns thanks
foxr a cordial invitation to be pr'esem.
Paint your house for the least money
with the best Paint. For sale at
Rhame's Drug Store.
For the first time since the present
management of THE TIES, have we
been so badly delayed in getting out
the paper. 1t was entirely unavoida
ble. we even tried to get extra force to
set up the type. We hope for the in
dulgence of our friends.
Wood's Seeds awarded Gold medal at
the Paris Expositiou 1%0Y merit tells.
Trhe R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
A man came to thme court house
last Monday to know if the tax books
were open for the collection of taxes,
and when told that they would not
be open before the 13th inst., he said,
"Well, 1 would like to knowv the price
of them this y-ear anyhlow.''
Remember :his: No other medicine
has such a record of cures as Hood's
Sar'saparillIa. WVhen vou want a good
medicine, get Hood's.
The sinnery of Ca pt. A.L. Lesesne,
near Silver. came very near being de
stroyed by iire last Saturday ni ght. It
is supposed that some one swt lire- to the
gin house. but by the hardest kind of
work the prope'rty was saved with lit
tle damage. Cap)tain1 Lesesne lost some
c'ottonf. but his machinery was injured
very l ittle.
'To prevent cou~sut~ixion q uicly eure'
throat and lung troubhl, with Une M1in
ute Cough ( ure. The. It. 1. Lor~mvea
Drug Store. Isaae :1. L oryea. 1Prop
C.ounty Chairmaui Das is at the re
(iuest of'State Ch :airmiani Jo. ha s re-~
conmmended then follwingt connissio
ers of election:
State- _S H. Iradhamn. Alanin&
Aionzo S'm ih. urhville: J1. 1t. G rtix i.
5. WV. X1l..mt&sh. Workmuan: Louis T.
F isceret. Somnmertonl.
You can s:ell it cough. coJT caugh
kauf. ka:T, kough. or kaugh, but th11.
only harmless remedyt1 that quickly
cures it injune M]inute Cugh ('ure
The 1t. B. Lmarvea 1)rutr Store. Isaac ML
that here is no clottung ant rent's fur
:ishin goods house in the S:ate niore
reliabl e and more worthy of patrona'e.
IMr. Chandier has had iOng~ (XIIvIitlece
in the lothing 1an huines and that h(' is
u-to-de in Astyle. a:al ti uality ne-ds
unlir" a visit to his; .toret to bet known.
\\~ t'anLi give ourI", readersi ourl per"Isoual
as.Ur lice that eithttir it ougit fron
I). J. (C tanlilerl of Sum'ter. V.;Il i)e as
A Night of Terror.
n it w: f. .X 1. :' . :h i dowt\- of the
t"r:l..' :ee alt'.:: isu: ':hIS: of .t .. lter
- ti "t':.., sa i l"a coui n:lt liv\' til ..r t ::n
wr i t" r.\ P: . i..ies . whoi" at::nded her
: :i l it ht t" lust ' oon
ol; :1o : p : :"..":1. bult mihe b. .se _ fot r D~r.
Si N.; lI:-ec ery 1't' :1;: i t l .ore than1:
:esa td ':< :e. :1nd .t h :a redt her' t", e".
sA.: Tfn .\ .e three , '1:i lto e ;m h mi -,.
... Y ;i ih t : i-t furthetr use u:;' tl
l: ::Ir ThI mc aiv ' ru iI enl i :1 :::.
.\E,. i "1 i ,, 5 d . tr iabt'.sfre e R
Two mutes from Salem. Hubnh antl
Euilv Roberson, left here yesterday
for Ced ar Springs )eaf and Dumb
Institute, and thron::h the editor of
TIii TIMES the Southern Railroad
Companuy gave thlm psses from Co
Il tumbia to Glendale. The Atlantic
Coast Line would have giveu passes
to Colulmblia, but the general man
ager was away from his office and
there was no one authorized to issue
them. The giving of these passes
was pure charity: the parents of
these afliieted children are very poor
an-i the saving of the railroad fare
was indeaed a kindness which is ap
A Frightful Blunder
\v:i of:en t'1", ta:us r . : rr le burn, scald. rut or
brl'i'e. ui ent':s Arnica Salve, the best in the
1rid. wi:l :ilt the pai::. t promptly heal it.
(',rep ld liorte'. ver seres. ulcers. boils. felons.
co r'. l kin er'pttions. test pile cure on
1 -- . x. t'ure tuarantet'd.
T till's op ning is -till the talk of these
whno Vitit i that estalisiihmieut on last
1lthurlday and Iridayx. Everything was
aa" viti tasteful alranaenent. dress
gods attrac'tively tixed with appropri
ate tr'immin .s to catt'h thei eve, and
ecoraitls here anti there showed the
Plrtty handia''wo1rk of tilt- salesladies.
The inill intlr' depIa rtlelnt atin chlaret' of
3Uss hell was a thin. of beauty', and a
urse forever to the hIusbiand or father
w'ose'.it poce'ts werett.'ehallow. for WeL
know that Miiss lBell's licttur on styles
and't fashions. to the imeltnst' throng of
'a01iles who were ther to set' that Iut,'
niti' 'it d' c i-play of Iatti'n hats. and
were t ehan11 ited w' ith the Imtlsital tones
of this i r who is an expert in Iher
ine. must' hiav' -'one back to their
ome--: and :illed 't he brainI of those who
are e.Xted to pay for these luxuries
tll of what the' heard. what they saw,
andt how Iher were oilgn(qied by the
beautiful line of millinery at Till's yel
losw front 510ore.
I Happened in a Drug Store.
One Chav last wint-r a lady came1t to ltuy iruh
tore and askitd forna brtt t: ctout'hi :iedieine
that I dii to have in tlc." - a.v' 'tr. C'. 1.
t:andin. the popular trudist of ('ntarsi. N. \.
-S)h- was disappointt td wantet to know
wlihat cough prtparation I cutt recontnend. I
aid to h'r that t could lreeiv r teoulenti
Ciha aterlajt's t'ouci l:e:.:t-eiy and, that sht"
c"'ud :ii e herttl' of the rt:netl anu after giV
i it a fair trial If shet did not tind it worth the
Money to Ibrin lack tihe hottle and I would itre
fund the pric: paild. in the course of a tha or
two the ladya cani' bactk in ctnipatnV with a
friend in need of a cough tutedicint and adviL'l 'd
hier to buv a bottle of ('hamberlain'- itouh I
Remedy. I co::snde th t:at a very toi reconm
eznllIltin for the reme4'dy." It is for sale by
The . . t. Lory.ea Dru. Store. T....c.. L% rnyea.
News reached here Monday after
noon about a threatened race riot in
Georgeto wn. Captain Le wis received
a telegram from Giovernor' McSwee
ney calling on him to furnish twenty
five mnen equipped to go to the scene
of tile threatened riot. There being
no military organization here and
theC guns of the former organization
which has long ago been disbanded,
having been shipped to tile adjutant
and inspector general. Captain Lewis
was forced to reply accordingly. The
Sumter Light Intantry piassedI by
here onl the ev~eniri trainl. Charles
ton sent three companies and a gat
ling gun squad. The show of force
had a soothing effect and tile riote~rs
dispersed without the use of the mnil
itarv. The tause of the trouble was
the killing of a Mr. Seurry, deputy
shertT, while attemlpting to execute
an arrest warrant against a colored
barber named Brownlield.
That Throbbing Headache
Would quick>y leave you if you u-ed Dr
Kint's New Li . PIs Thousands of suiterers
have proxed. theirui* matchl's noerit for sick and
Ierv ou' headache . The t'' iake pure lood anid
strong neriv- 'nd uild tup y our health. Easy
o tak--. Tr'y ' Ihn On~ X ct-it- .oneV
backtl IIo eurd So. ythe Rt. II. Loryea
In the larc ci te-.-.uch a thling. as
shoit liftinig ist qute a* fad, and the
keptomaniaes are-t not contnedI to the
deraved class either, for it is often the
case in the large department stores a
woman of wealth and culture is eaught
and made to disgorge that which she
as stolen, but it is a rate thing that
sucth ating as a woman. colored or'
V:hite, is teaughItt stealing in Mlanning.
On Inst ThulrsdayV afternoon in the store
Of Sir . S. 1. Till. wvhile all the cler'tks
ere hitsV. somelt waiting ou etustomers
i thet itlinr pal-tVI Zrlor'. others in the
itoe anid dry ~ goodts tdeptu-tmnts. while
tl othert wLere ton the Ilook out1 for
-'--h tmellows. two whutrtlebeirry
blotnde-', from t' Davis Stat ion settion.
Ru P igl and Anna Bet rand. loit
ere d ini at te vellow front andt h~et'om
in' eLx(cie at the busy sce'ne. then'
eyes and ebionv tinzer's fell upon somec
C'lnbroiderV viihi happenedt to he lamy
ing on the'show easei. the& we~athle" heinig
watn, and perpiratittiont tiowx~ig in a
gummy profuision. cauised this innXocent
embroiderv to stiek toi thet tin-gers of
oe these dami-se'ls.and Ite t conequtenace
was tat Poictma Clark' ta clied en
tt dtit-tgage. the laisfo1h n
tnrgling alliace, He- escrten't' them-i
overl to the' chambe tt''Of shadlows. or
situm-ll1stinktor-em. and left them to
mtutap~je. In a short while, aiftermuc lhi'h
the fro'' ott"tf the d i-concert ed pairl to
mat ke tae pr'oer amends to Mir. 'll.
and~M te were releaesed. Hereafter
thse lai i w-'Xill not wecat- t emr'oideredl
tet to lt welli enoughll atlone'. especially
whein 'hev come to towni.
Good New s for Our Readers
Wh 1 hvte scoua i t iti the:bld and
d -sh 'li.. d T his t !,eas ' wh i I rtouet
appear-- - i chl ':-' ii 'reatly to - tb t d LI d ed
5s0t nl to a~ I L: the 1~nd 5L' iii Wich i
UpnisEx-apperance. p:-chras:n h
erup~ons r pi~p~e. s till~ iihoulti hl en
't'e i--. dt asp r i it livet' H ihe
tregtha:d u ke xitene tterI y wrtched-i
Exati intin of Teachers.~tt'iIII
uniwon 'rbar.12: int. xa n1i0
het Istoah od eu o!aigo
Architect of His Fortune."
" An arch.'ct dei;::s, and his p:ans
are e.tcu iad by a bu.1:;. T : grc.:ct
bdi!der cf h:alii: is E cod's Sarsaa :ri!s a.
It ays a firm foundation. It :nakes the
blood, tel basis of life, pure and trong.
Be an architect of your fortune and secure
Hood's as your healti budder.
Last Thursday was "Tobacco day"
in Manniin., and from nearly the en
tire toba co helt tobacco was repre
sented u pon the spacious floors of
the Peole's Warehouse. Mr. C. M.
Mason, the energetic manager of this
house, had induced some ot our pub
lie spirited citizens to contribute
prizes for the sale and the conse
quence was.that about 22,000 pounds
of the golden leaf was put on his
floor and brought prices from 5 cents
to 45. There was no monkey busi
ness in this sale, no pets withr.small
piles to receive high prices as baits
for others, but it was a fair and
square deal all around and satisfac
tion was depicted upon all faces.
Some parties with large piles aver
aged over 20 cents per pound.
The following drew the prizes:
First-D. B. Young, Workman, :10,
Bank of Manning.
Second-B. E. McKnight, Work
man, Stove, Manning Hardware Co.
Third-S. P. Fulton, Kingstree,
Suit, W. E. Jenkinson.
Fourth-I. V. Plowden, Wilson,
Box Tobacco, R. M. Strange.
Fifth-I). E. Epps, Workman. Shot
Gun, Louis Levi.
Sixth-J. Col Johnson. Foreston,
Pair Walk-Over Shoes, C. M. Davis
Seventh-S. W. McIntosh. Work
man, Arm Chair, M. Krasnoff.
Eighth-J. H. McKnight, Manning,
China Clock, S. I. Till.
-Fior three days :.nui nights 1 sufered agony
unto ld from :.a attack of cholera morbus
on by eatin. cucumbers.' says M. E.
Lowther. clerk of the district court. Centerville.
owa. "I thought I should surely die. and tried
:. dozen different medicines but all to no pur
pose. I sent for a bottle of Chamberlains Colic.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and three doses
relieved mhe entirely." T'is remedy is for sale
by The R. U. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac M. Lor:
Court convenes October 15th and
the following are the jurors drawn to
Daniel Mils................ Seloc
J. H. Horton...... ....Davis Station
H. A. Hodge...........Davis Station
C. M. Young...... ...........Seloc
E. R. Plowden, Jr. .. .....Manning
J. W. Gibbons..............New Zion
L. B. Gibbons.............New Zion
J. R. Dyson.............Manning
R. E. Smiling...............New Zion
J. Ii. Eadon........... Davis Station
J. J. Caraway...................Seloc
L. N. Richbourg.......... ...Panola
N. L. Caraway..........Packsville
H. .1. Coskrev............Summerton
R. C. Plowden... ............Jordan
W. H. Gaillard....... ......DuRants
D). F. Lide.............Clarendon
J. 1). Ellen..... .... .........W ilson
J. L. Growdy -......---. --Seloc
D). F. Mahoney............ ....Silver
John S. Watt............Summerton
J. G. Plowden.............Manning
J. E. Kennedv............ .... e
W. Tr. P. Sprott...........Foreston
W. P. Roberts........... ..Foreston
R. R. Tomlinson.........Turbeville
). M1. Bradhiam.......... Manning
W. T1. Costin.............akland
J. E. Tobias..............Foreston
J. C. Dennis............ Turbeville
. T. Ridgewav............Foreston
E. J. Buddin..~..........New Zion
J. Smith................ Turbeville
T. (G. Gamble...........Turbeville
C. B. Aveock...... ...Davis Station
J. A. Lowder........ ......Manning
The progressive naitions of the world
are the great food consuming nations.
Good food well digecsted gives strength.
If vou cannot digecst all youi (eat, you
ne'd Nodol Dypeia Cu (re. It digests
what you eat. You need not diet youlr
self. 'It contains all of the digestants
combined with the best known toptecs
and reconstructiv es. It will even di
gest all classes of foods in a bottle. No
other preparation will do this. It in
stantly relieves and quickly cures all
stomaeh troubles. The R. B. Loryea
D~rug~ Store. Isaac 31l. Lor-yea, Prop.
\rhenl you cannot sleep for coughing. it is
hardly niceessiare that any one should tell you
that 'von need a few doses of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy to allay the irritation of the
throat, and matke steep possible. It is good.
Tr it. For sale by The R. B. Loryea Drug
Stre. Isaae M. Loryea. Prop.
The campaign manager issues the
dodgers, and the candidate dodges the
For Infanits anid Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
A political dark horse is a sort of
nightmare to the rest of the candidates.
Forsprin. selnus and lameness there is
nothing so good as Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
Try it. For sale by The R. B. Loryea Drug
Store. Isaae M. Loryea. Prop.
Its a mean man that will deliberate
l walk between a womiant and a bar
gan store window.
is, by no means. the dreadful
in the beginning.fl~
It can1 alwvays be stoi'~':*
m the beginnmng. e M.x
is: you don't know yoi.: 2
it you don't believe u : y
wont believe it- till you are
forced to. Then it is dlanger
Don't be afraid ; but attend
to it quick- you can do it your
self and at home.
Take Scott's Emulsion of
Cod Liver Oil, and live care
fully every w~ay'.
TIhis is sound doctrine,
whatever you may tik
b told; and, if heede~d. v
If you have not tried It, . e6
free sample, Its agroeable~ -.s v. .1
SOT& BOV/NE. C'~.u
409 Pear Street. r.w
DeWitt' Little Early Rise:; are
prompt. palatable, plCasaut, powerful,
purifving little pills. The R. B. Lor
yea Orug Store. Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
If genius is a desease, but few people
have any cause for alarm.
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.
For sale by the K. 13. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac
M. Loryea. Propr. (janlay
\Ien who are considered well-to-do
ar e sometimes hard to do.
7o A.s o me. IA..
Beanth The Kind You Have Always Bought
A word in time doesn't save nine, if
there is a woman in the controversy.
The most dainty and effective pills
made are DeWitt's Little Early Risers.
They are unequaled for all liver and
bowel troubles. Never gripe. The R.
B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac M. Lor
Its an ill wind that escapes and
leaves a flabby tire.
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 DeW itt's Witch Ha
zel Salve. There are pois nous 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.
The wise father will try to bring up
his children in the way that he should
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store be; 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. n.: Saturday nights to
11:30. Sunday hours. 9 a. m. 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'.
Beanthe The indYou Have Always Bougit
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.
ItAMON'S NEIVE ASD BONE OIL
still head the list and are acknowledged by
all to be the great conquerors of pains,
aches and discases for which they are
R aman's Rouef will positively eure
rains of all kinds. such as I eadache. Sick
llenadache . To~othr'clee Neuralgia, Cramp
Colie, Pains irn the Stomach and Bowels,
Diarrhear &c., abanist instantly, and, as a
hous.ehold remeacdy for these sudden sick
nessc. it hras rno eqal in the world. "Once
tried. always nre-l." Price ~5 and 50 cents.
Sample bot tles 10 centis.
Ramon's Nerve a sono 0i1 Is the
originarl aawl only genuine Nerve and Bone
Oil made. It is jus~t whrat irs name implies.
and penetrating q.uickly to the nerve and
bone, relieves luin, drives away disease
and effects a permarnent cure. A spe'ific
for Rheumnatismf, Sores. Blruis-es. Sprains.
Cuts. Brns, andl all injuries to the fehof
either man or beast. Price li and 50 cents.
Sample bottles 1') cents.
The genuine bras the name blown in the
bottle. Thre ltelief is purt tip mi square red
cartoonis and the Oil in green cartoons.
-r.AKE NO O'rH E R
FOR SALE BY
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
LONMAN & MARTINEZ' CELEBRATED PAINTS
Are used with profit and satisfaction from
MAINE to CALIFORNIA.
&L OUTSIDE AND INSIDE
. . WI-iUTE AND COLORS
Are sold under a Guarantee.
We have numerous testimonials commending
the quality arid endurance of L. & M. PAINTS
from Manning. Clarendon and adjoining courn
T .B. LRYSTORE
Carries the most complete line of L. & M.
Paints, White Lead. Plastico and Muresco.
Wagon and Carriage Paints. Floor Paints. Var
nisi Stains-all colors-Domestic Paints, one
pint cans: Burnt aind Raw Umber and Sienna.
Ivory and Drop Black Prussian Blue.
Our Oil Department
Is particularly full. embraceinr WVood Filler.
Fish Oil. Ja pin Dryer. Sperm Oil. Asphaltum.
Copal and Coach Varnish. Hard Oil Finish.
Nats' Foot Oil. Machine Oil. Raw and Boiled
Linseed Oti. Machine Oil. Spindle Oil. Kerosene
Oil Vestal Oil. 175 per cent: Turpentine. Vene
tian Redl. Spanish Brown. Whiting. Plaster of
Paris. Glass. Putty and Triangles.
Contractors. Builders and Painters will find
it to their material advantage to ,eommunicate
or see us in person erc placing their orders.
It goes without saying that as usual our stock
DRUGS AND flEDICINES
Is complete in every particular, and that no
second grade goods arc permitted to enter our
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Proprietor,
SIgrr of theC
MANNING, S. C.
*PHONE NO. 2.
MisOlivia Ingram will be pleased to see
Mr. Jno. E. Arrant, Ph. G., graduate of South
Carolina College of Pharmacy, is in charge of
our Prescription Department.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Probate
for Clarendon County on the 19th day
of October,.1900, for letters of discharge
as adniustratoir of the estate of R. B.
ISAAC 31. LORYEA,
anning, S. C., Sept. 19, 1900. [27-4t
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Probate
fo Clarendo'n County on the 20th day
of October, 1900, for letter of discharge
as Executor of the estate of Ann F.
T. H. CONNORS.
Sumerton, S. C'., Sept. 20, 1900.
Land Surveying and Leveling.
will do Surveying. etc., in Claren
don and adjoining Counties.
Call at otlice or address at Sumnter, S.
. P. 0. Box 101.
JOHN nL HAYNESvOTH.
FLL AND WINTER
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OF CLA NDON COUNTY.
i 1 E Have Exclusive Control
li in Sumter of the famous
FECHiHEIMER, FISHEL & CO.
&JI These Suits and Overcoats are
11 made by the best tailors in New 3
York city, and are entirely different 3
ei from the ordinary ready-to-wear
" l i clothing.
1 bl We also carry a full line of
Mediuml and LOW Priced Goods,
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 FURNISHINC COODS,
Is complete, and we will certainly
f appreciate your patronage.
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Thesneaest rcieth nobstline of
TAtyowiheren in this nity. Find eialat ingeterstSild BoGs,
haet Ther pres "btes.a ys you ought thi e o ee them.
Biof Canton Fiane, heavy worth esew~hee 7 to $15c:
our price for the season........................... .....f. 5C.
And do' ogtwe are strictly in it whenyowatGCEISf
We want you to come to see us and get your money's worth.
Sumter is the City
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.
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
WO Oe Fllm Belleelis In 00o001oo1er
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
(Propietors of Sumter's Leading Dress Making Establishment,)
SUMTER, - - - . S. C.
If you will only come to the C. M. DAVIS & CO.
CLOTHING, GENT'S FURNISHINGS AND SHOE
STORE and examine our goods and compare quality and
piewith any retail store in South Carolina, you will see
that we are a step ahead of all others. Our . -
Fechheimer, Fishel & Co, Suits i
SHave no equal, and we control their goods in Clarendon
S Young men wanting a perfect fit in real nice goods,
Ssuch as has never been carried in this town before. will
Sdo well to see our line before they purchase. Our -
5einVitals Brand *Clothing
Inmedium price goods are the best for the money ever
seinManning. We also carry a full line of Cheap
Sutprice from $2.50 up. Our line of _
SIs complete, prices ranging from 50c to $6.50 per pair.
SSee our line of Mrs. Jane Hopkins' Boys' Knee Pants
SSuits, pants made with double knee and seats; they are
Sthe best for the money on the market. We control her
Since the arrival of our line of
Walk=Over Shoes -
SWe are selling on an average of six pair pers day. They
Sare the best and most comfortable Shoe ever offered to
Sthe trade in Manning or any other town in South Caro
Slina. Remember these Shoes have no equal. SEE
nnfllJ Lne of Ladies'
DREWILY SLBY S FINE SI-OES...
SAlways in stock. In fact we have the most complete
Sstock of Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes ever offered
th hanking you for your liberal patronage and await
Sing your further favors, we are,
Yours very respectfully.
IC. I. DAVIS & CO.I