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MANN ING. S. C., OCT. 31, 1900.
There Is Nothing Like It.
There is nothing like buying goods at
the right place - a place where you car
get almost everything- you need and
where you can have confidence in the
people you are dealing with.
The .Jenkiuson Dry Goods Srore has
always tried to so conduct its dealings
as tO merit the confidence of all whc
dea! with us and we are contident that
there is no dry goods house in the coun
ty who can offer such splendid induce
nents to the trade as we are offering.
But. you ask why are we able to offer
better inducements than our competi
tors? Why, simply because we have
such an outlet for goods that we buy in
larger quantities. We buy cheap and
sell cheap, is our motto, and it was
tlpn this motto that we have built up
this large business.
It will do you no harm to call and
see the splendid bargains we are cffer
ing in Ladies' : ine Dress Goods. Dry
Goods of every kind: the finest and
cheapest Millinery Department in this
part of the State.
Gent's and Boys' Clothing at aston
ishingly low prices.
The greatest line of Gent's, Ladies'
and Children's Shoss to be found in this
part of the State.
Yours for trade.
W. 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
Clarendon is being weil represented
at the fair this week.
Remnants at Till's Racket.
How about a Lemon Phosphate now
at Brockinton's Fount.
Everybody should vote "yes" for the
Only first class Paint sold at Rham's
Grape Juice deliciously refreshing at
Brockinton's Soda Fount.
Rev. James McDowell has moved to
Sumter, where he will make his future
Millinery t down to almost nothing
at Till's Rae t.
Brockinton's Soda Water, Bright,
sparkling, cold and refreshing.
The friends of Mr. J. W. McLeod
will be glad to learn that he is able to
be out again.
Get your money's worth at Till's
Soda Water, cold as it ought to be,
and sweet as you like it at Brockinton's.
Hunt up your registration certificates
for the general election which comes
off 6th, day of November.
One hundred Pairs Blankets all
prices. At Till's Racket Store.
There will be preaching at Fellow
ship church next Si.nday morning at
11:30 a. m. and 4p. m.
Common looking chairs can be made
elegant looking with Enamel from
Rhiame's Drug Store.
Mrs. E. C. Alsbrook and children are
in Charleston, the guests of Mrs. C. P.
Matthews, 168 Broaa street.
A little can of Paint will wonderfully
improve the looks of things in your
house. Rhame's Drug Store.
*We notice in a number of the coun
ties in this State societies are being or
ganized to protect the game.
To arrive shortly, the latest~ popular
Novels, in Cloth and Paper Editions.
The R B. Loryea Drug Store.
Magistrate Richbourg of St Paul sent
to jail last Monday Adger Bowman,
charged with larceny of hogs.
A small can of Enamel will beautify
your old furniture, it can be applied by
any one. Rhame's Drug Store.
It would not surprise us to hear of a
big business change in this town Janu
ary 1st. Oil and water won't mix.
Mr. E. V. Webb of Rozboro, N. C.,
who has been buying tobacco here this
season, returned to his home this
Our line of Box Paper, Tablets, etc.,
is unsurpassed in quality, variety and
style. The R B. Loryea Drug Store.
Died yesterday an infant daughter of
Mr. andi Mrs. Louis Levi. The body
>was taken to Sumter this morning for
You have read of the cures by Hood's
Sarsaparilla, and you should have per
fect confidence in its merit. It will do
The Air Ship Cigar is conceded to be
the ideal Cigar by conndisseurs. The
13. B3. Loryea Drug Store, agents for
The tobacco market here has been
badly affected by the decline in prices.
Scarcely any of the yellow weed came
to town the past week.
We offer for sale two tracts of :and
in Midway township. one containing 93
acres, 1 house; the other. 85 acres, good
dwelling, barns and stables.
To arrive shortly, Tenney's famous
Chocolates and Confectioneries used by
the elite of society. The R. B. Loryea
Hon. H. B. Richardson of Fulton and
1Mr. David Levi of St Paul have been
Sappointed commissioners for Clarendon
County for the Charleston exposition.
The young folks are practicing' for a
bicycle carnival, and a peep in upon
them shows conclusively that the other
side does the best and most graceful
Two hundred Pairs Richmond Pen
itentiary made Shoes for men and
women. Every pair guaranteed, at
S. L. Till's for 8.$
Do not fail to hunt up your r'egistra
tion ticket and carry it to the polls next
Tuesday. Remember the Republicans
are maicing a fight for Congress in this
The United States District Court
which meets in Charleston the first
Monday in Decem'ber has drawn Jas.
WV. McCauley and Edward WV. Wise of
this county on the jury.
Grape Nuts, Grape Nuts, a pre-diges
ted Food for the Brain and Nerves, par
ticularly adapted for the del.'cate. The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Work has begun on the Presbyterian
'parsonage. Mr. S. L. Krasnoff has the
Acontract. The cottage will be delight
fully located beneath the oaks in the
Mrs. A. G. Russell, Nashville. Tirn..
wrote: Dr. Moffett's TEETHINA (Tecet h
ing Powders) is the greatest blessing to
teething children that the world hias
ever known. [lt
In spite of the competition for cotton
seed, the oil mill syndicate has sue
ceeded in bringing 'down the price 0f
seed, but wait until next spring and the
The iargest and :ost 1,rfect assorte
muent of i'ushesu, Combs aUd everything
pertaining to the toilet ever displayed
in Manning. The E. 1:. Loryea Drug
There have been within the past
week quite a number of deaths in Mill
way township among the colored people:
on Friday Alex Brand. died. Sunday
Lewis MeFaddin and Leah Butler.
For Sale-Two hundred acrer of land
in Sammy Swamp township. six iiles
west of Manning. 110 acres. cleared.
dwelling and outhouses and three ten
ant houses. Apply at THE TIMEs of
T. W. Wood & Sons' Seeds. The
best is always the cheapest. The (ual
itv of our seeds is always the best: it
to plant the best. The 1t. B. Lor
yea Drug Store.
We are indebted to Mr. Louis Levine
of Charleston for some leaflets, edited
by himself, showing the viciousness of
R epubliccanism. 1r. Levine once lived
in Manning, where he made many
Some idle brain employed itself
scratching the newly painted sign on
the window of Wells' barber shop, and
if the chap could be caught nine and
forty stripes would be a fitting punish
ment for him.
Condensed 'Milk. 10 and 20e a can:
Cocoa and Chocolate, leading brands:
Essence of Coffee, Sparkling Gelatine.
15 and 20c a package: Gold Dust, Sapo
lio. Mustard. in boxes. 10 and 15c: Arm
and Hammer Soda, Corn Starch. The
It. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Where did you get that hat, that col
lar and cravatY And where did you
get that beautiful fitting suit of clothes
I saw you have on the night of the wed
ding. Why I bought the whole lay-out
at D. J. Chandler's in Sumter.
There will be a novel entertainment
in the People warehouse on the evening
of Nov. Sth. It is a bicycle carnival, in
which the young ladies and gentlemen
of this town are to participate. Ad
mission 25 cents for adults and 15 cents
for children. The proceeds are to be
given to a good cause.
"And while the bubbling and loud
And the cup that cheers but not in
Our Teas, Green and Black. are a per
fect blend and appreciated by tea
drinkers. The 1. U. Loryea Drug
Last Saturday. Peter Davis. colored,
one of the hands in the employ of the
Santee Cypress Lumber Co.. was found
dead in the denot at itimini. An in
quest was held by 31agistrate Stackand
a verdict was rendered that the de
ceased came to his death from natural
Feelings of safety pervade the house
hold that uses One Minute Cough Cure,
the only harmless remedy that pro
duces immediate results. It is infalli
ble for coughs, colds, croup and all
throat and lung troubles. It will pre
vent consumption. The R. B. Loryea
Drug Store, 1saac M. Loryea, Prop.
From every section of the county we
receive the glad tidings of the good ef
fects of 10-cent cotton. Most of the
farmers that were in debt took our ad
vise and sold their cotton while it was
up and applied the money to their in
debtedness, and we hope these same
people will make every effort to keep
from going back in debt.
It is well to know that DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve will heal a burn and
stop the pain at once. It will cure
eczema and skin diseases and ugly
wounds and sores. It is a certain cure
for piles. Counterfeits may be offered
you. See that you get the original De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea,
Rvttenberg's mammoth dry goods
store in Sumter is daily visited with
customers from Clarendon, and every
one of them are delighted with their
purchases. Ryttenburg's store has
more floor space than any store outside
of Charleston, and every department is
filled with constantly arriving goods.
Read what they say in another column.
This is the season when mothers are
alarmed on acconnt of croup. It is
quickly cured by One Minute Cough
Cure, wvhich children like to take. The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Lor
A very pleasant entertainment was
iven at Packsville last Friday night
for the benefit of purchasing an organ
for the school. After the exercises,
osters, fruits, ice cream and cakes
were served, and the treasury was ben
:tted to the extent of about $35. The
school building has recently been
painted, and from the tower floats a
United States flag. Prof. Smith the
principal is highly regarded by his
patrons, and although a young man he
has developed into a fine tutor.
T1his picture is the trade mark of
SCO'"S FIULSION, and is on
every bottle of SCOTT'S E~MUL
SION in the World, which now
amonts to miany millious yearly.
This great btsiness has grown to
such vast proportions,
First;-Because the proprietors
have always been most careful in
selecting the various ingredients
used in its composition, namely;
the finest Cod Liver Oil, and the
Second:-Because they have so
skillfully combined the various
ingredients that the best possible
results are obtained by its use.
Thrd-Because it has made sC
many sickly, delicate children
strong and healthy, given health
and rosy cheeks to so many pale,
anaemic girls, and healed the lungs
and restored to fullhealth, so many
thousands in the first stages of
If you hav~e not tried it, send for free sample,
its greeabe taiste will surprise you.
SCOTT & BOWE, chemists.
494I5 Pearl Street, New York.
"Hit the Nailt
On the Head. "
If you have eruptions, pains in the
head or kidneys, stomach trouble and
feelings of weariness, "Hit the nail on
the head." Hood's Sarsapardla is the
hammer to use. It wil purify your blood.
The masses praise it for doing this and
making the whole body healthy.
Ihe police have been active recently
in getting after a -ang of ,.amblers.
On last Monday a woman in whose
house they c(ongregated was arrested
and made to put up $10, and one of the
gang of eight gamblers was caught and
he also had to put up. The rest of the
push tev.w the coop. but if they ever
I come back they will certainly be han
The R. 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 (i
a. mn. to 9 p. m.; Saturday nights to
11:30. Sunday hours, 9 a. m. to 12:30 p.
m.: 3:30 to 6:30 p. in. Night calls re
sponded to promptly and cheerfully by
our Pharmacist, Mr. J. E. Arant, Ph.
G., who resides at Mrs. S. A. Wells'.
There is a colored man, Daniel liar
vin, a citizen of this county, Avho has
paid all of his debts, has forty bales of
cotton on hand and $800 in bank. How
is that for good work and a show of
what thrift, honesty and energy will do?
We are informed that a couple of
years ago this same man finished pay
ing for the place on which he lives and
that he made his money by hard work
and judicious management. He does
not lose time attending political gath
erings and hot suppers; his whole time
is devoted to his business and he is said
to be an excellent neighbor.
Read H. Harby's advertisement in
another column, in which he gives his
reasons for advertising. The people of
this county know that when Harby says
a thing it is so, and when he says he
has horses, buggies, wagons, lime, hay
and oats by the carload and will sell
cheap, the' people can depend on it.
We want our friends who go to Sumter
to go to Harby's stables and see for
themselves what they can do at a sta
ble where the proprietor's word is
equal to a bond. where no sharp prac
tice is indulged in. but where every
man is treated honestly and squarely.
Such a place is H. Harby's in Sumter.
People must have furniture. and no
where in South Carolina can their
wants in this line be better supplied
than at Arthur Belitzer's in Sumter.
Belitzer is a money-saver and besides
his lines are of the very latest and di
rect by the carload from the best facto
ries. When you wish to furnish a bed
room or a parlor or dining room with
furniture, decorations, china or glass
ware. Belitzer will furnish you what
you want and save you money. He
can sell to you at the same prices
that small dealers have to pay, and
when you buy an article from him it
goes with his guarantee. When in
Sumter go to Belitzer's.
We have received a letter from the
"Southern Bell Telephone and Tele
graph Company" making inquiries re
lating to running of telephone lines in
this town and county, asking informa
tion with regard to distances, number
of " phones " used, amount invested in
present lines, whether or not the com
pany now operating has a franchise,
and' about how many "'phones " could
be utilized in the county if rates were
low. We have not replied as yet, think
ing best to confer with people living in
various sections. As far as the town is
concerned we are satisfied the new com
pany will be patronized, be cause the
service will be first class, day and all
night, and besides, this company will
give the advantage of long distance
'phones." The Southern Bell Com
pany has been sending men out pros
pecting for some time and so has the
Gordon Company. One of the latter
was here last week, and wye hope that
both, which are competing lines, will
run their wires through this town and
Robbed the Grave.
A startling incident, of which Mr. John Oliver
of Philadelphia was the subject, is narrated by
him as follows: "I was in a most dreadful condi
tion. My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken.
tongue coated, pain continually in back and
sides, no appetite-gradually growing 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
tinued their use for three weeks, and am now a
well man. I know they saved my life, and rob
bed the grave of another victim.'' No one
should fail to try them. Only 50 cts., guaran
Iteed, at the Rt. B3. Loryea drug store.
They are Man and Wife.
The Methodist church was crowded
to overflowing last Thursday evening
to witness the marriage of Mr. Joseph
Legrand Wells and Miss Roberta New
ton Wells. For an hour before the an
nounced time, in order to be certain of
seats, a large crowd gathered and
waited on the outside for~ the doors to
open, when at last they were opened,
the ushers were kept busy for a consid
erable time seating the large concourse
of friends and relatives. The pulpit
and chancel were beautifully decorated
with white and green. At the appoint
ed hour the wedding march played by
Mrs. J. L. Wilson. wvas the signal for
the approach of the wedding party.
The attendants entered, the ladies up
the right aisle, holding in their hands
beautiful bouquets of carnations,
and the gentlemen up the left: the
-ide came in on the arm of her sister
Miss Mayme Wells, and the groom en
tered upon the arm of Mr. Joseph
Sprott. Jr~. The attendants took their
positions behind the chancel facing
the audience. The bride and groomi
were proceded by little gir'ls, Lottie
Hall. Helen Thames. May Wells and
Marion Wells, each bearing baskets of
flowers. As the bridal couple met at
the chancel, they joined arms and faced
Rev. P. B. Wells the officiating minis
ter, who performed the ceremony. Af
ter which the couples returned to the
p~arsonalze in the following order:
Mr. J. W. Rigby and Miss Eva
Mr. S. I. Till and Miss Beulah Buri
M.r. T. M. Wells and Miss May Sul
Mr. Claude P. Lesesne and Miss Meta
Mr. Edgar C. Dickson and Miss Liztzie
Mr. Glenn Wells and Miss Tea Wells.
Mr. Joseph Sprott Jr., and Miss
The Flower girls.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Wells.
The bride's costume was organdy
an-I satin, regulation veil, bouquet
of bride roses and maiden hair ferns:
the bridesmaids were costumed in
white orgrandy and carried large boui
quts of whitet earnat ions. The groomi
and hiis attendants anid usheris were
dressed in black wvith whitc kid gloves.
The sceneil was very pretty, and when
the happy pair~ left the church they
caried with them the good wishes of
hs signature is on every box of the geciasiu
saxative Br0om10uii1i1le Tablets
. remedy that cures a cold in one day
The wife of a base ball crank should
be able to get a divorce on base hall
Colored Graded School.
Editor The Manning Times:
We desire to call special attention of
the patrons to the fact that the Man
ning Colored Graded School is in ses
sion. We are desirous of working this
up to a worthy place among the graded
schools of the State, and in order to do
this we ask the hearty co-operation of
parents and friends.
We must rise to an appreciation of
the educational advantages offered our
boys and girls, for ignorance is recog
nized as a curse-a menace to civiliza
It is the duty of eves; parent and
every one else interested in a commu
nity to be jealous of the advantages of
fered for the education of the children
of that community to the extent of de
siring to see them bettered. The op
portunity is yours to send your chil
dren to school. Will you lose the priv
ilegey It is important that every child
be given the advantages offered for an
education. You have a corps of faith
ful and efficient teachers in the persons
of Mr. J. S. Boyd, Miss Maggie De
Laine and Mrs. S. H. Boston.
Pupils have advantages of training
in grades as far as the nigh School as
they prepare for them.
Trustees and teachers are desirous of
enkindling a spirit of enthusiasm among
the patrons that they may all consider
the importance of the effort of estab
lishing a graded school in your midst.
The school must not be lost sight of, if
you would have it do the important
work. There is something for each
one to do in this important effort.
Very respectfully yours,
J. L. DUMGARDNER,
Manning, S. C., Oct. 23. 1900.
A Thousand Tongues
Could not express the rapture of Annie E.
Springer of 1125 Howard st.. Philadelphia, Pa..
when she found that Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption had completely cured her of a
hacking cough that for many years had made
life a burden. All other remedies and doctors
could give her no help. but she says of this royal
cure. --it soon removed the pain in my chest and
I can now sleep soundly. something I can scarce
ly remember doing before. I feel like sounding
its praises throughout the universe." So will
every one who tries Dr. King's New Discovery
for any trouble of the throat, chest or lungs.
Price 50c. and fl. Trial bottles free at the R. B.
Loryea drug store: every bottle guaranteed. 5
An actress requires neither wealth
nor brains to make a hit. All she
needs is a good understanding and but
A Frightful Blunder
Will often cause a horrible burn. scald, cut or
bruise. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. the best in the
w'orld, will kill the pain and promptly heal it.
Cures old sores, fever sores. ulcers. boils, felons.
corns. all skin eruptions. Best pile cure on
earth. Only "5 cts. a box. Cure guaranteed.
Sold by the R. B. Loryea drug store. 1-5
Clothes may not make the man, but
the want of them makes living pictures
of the women.
B mte - The Kind You HaeAays Bought
-Women go to church to see what
other women wear: and men go to a
burlesque show to see what they don't
Do not get scared if your heart trou
bles you. Most likely you suffer from
indigestion. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure di
gests what you eat and gives the worn
ut stomach perfect rest. It is the
nly preparation known that completely
igests all classes of foods: that is why
it cures the worst cases of indigestion
ad stomach trouble after everything
lse has failed. It may be taken in afl
onditions and cannot help but do you
ood. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store,
saac M. Loryea, Prop.
'NOT WITH TE
Blare of Trumpets
Did the present proprietor of THE R. B. LOR
YEA DRUG STORE assume the management
of this sterling business; It descended to him
from a line of predecessors whose earnest de
sire was to build up e business that would be
known far and wide for its integrity rather than
its wealth, and after
A Quarter of a Century
That business, commenced on a pure, honorable
and trustworthy basis, has become as household
words for its absolute honesty of dealings.
Thepresenlt proprietor, with his usual mod
esty which has always characterized his career.
did not prate of
And with little deeds,
But by thoroughly conscientious, strict busi
ness methods. not disparaging the efforts of oth
ers, has maintained the confidence reposed In
his predecessors and his largely Increased busI
ness Indicates that merit will tell.
TH . B. LnRYE ST R
Promised that there would be
SECOND G~RADE PRODUCTS.
DISPARAGSEMENT OF OTHERS
When he became its proprietor: he leaves to
the people of Mannin;g. Clarendon and adjoining
counties whether he has redeemed that promise.
IHE R. B. LORI DR STORE,
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Proprietor,
Signi of the
MANNINC, S. C.
=>H ON E NO. 2.
Mr. J. E. Arant. Ph. G., is in charge of
our Prescription Department.
Mliss Oliv in Ingram will be pleased to see
~her many friends, extending her uni
form -ourtesy to all.
RAMON's NERVE AND BONE OIL
still head the list and' are acknowledged by
all to be the greast conquerors of pains,
aches and dliseases for which they are
Ramzon's IRetief will positively cure
pains of all kinds. sucth as He-adache, Sick
IHeadache. Troothaeble, Neuralgia,. Cramp
Colic. Pains ini the Stomach and Bowels,
Diarrhoca, &c.. ahniost instantly, and, as a
household remedy for these sudden sick.
nesset. i t has no0 equal in the world. "Once
tried, always used.' Price 23 and 50 cents.
Sample bottles 10 cents.
Ram~zo'Nerve & Bone Ott is the
oIriginal aiid only genuine Nerve ,.nd Bone
Oil made. I t is just what its name implies.
and11 penetrating quickly to the nerre and
boiie, relieves pa:in, dlrives away- disease
and effects a permnenctt cure. A specific
for Rlheumnatism,. Sores. Bruises. Sprains.
('uts. Burns, and all injuries to the 11esh of
either man or henst. P'rice ~5 and 50 cents.
Sample bottles 3d cents.
The genuine haslte name bdown in the
botle.Th ltlie i pu upinsquare red
ca-toos ad te Ol i grencartoons.
TAKE NO OTHER
FOR SA LE BY
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
For Sale or Rent.
The Lot and Dwelling of R1ev. James
McDowell in Manning.
Also two desirable Building Lots ad.
joining for sale. For- terms apply to
JOSEPH F. RAME,
4:_FALL AND WINTERI
OF CLAEENDON COUNT.
0--0-- II! _
X1 1 E Have Exclusive Control
" in Sumter of the famous
FECH HEIMER, FISHEL & CO.
4 These Suits and Overcoats are
timade by the best tailors in New
t York city, and are entirely different
111 from the ordinary ready-to-wear
l We also carry a full line of
Mediuml and Low Priced Goods,
.So that if you want a cheap suit, ai
--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 FURNISHIN L &OODS,
i Is complete, and we will certainly
appreciate your patronage.
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copeld omaene rdr anw ar0.wful fNe Pters
putt ashere, but nowthtitthas, comneuls, eesGaiedZblns
ICostume Cloths Hofn anCBooth . We hvertegod
long the ea' shaew Ocobe eahGe, Brn lothiu. they ang
IOurLO Meilns acuts 50wor $6.50; pattr rice low $4.48uits
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Setca of uthe aotnac $9, $ our $12 wees'saeinluin
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Calicoes, worth 6c, our price.............................4c
Calicoes, worth 6jc, our price....................... ... Sc
Androscoggins 4-4 Bleached Homespun, worth 9c, at.... 7%c
Fruit of the Loom 4-4 Bleached Homespun, worth 10c, at.. . 8c
44-inch Dress Goods, worth 35c, our price...... .. - ....25C
29-inch Dress Goods, worth 15 and 20c, our 10 121/2C
Colored Silks and Satins, worth 75c, our price... .....50c
China Silks, worth 50c, our price...... ...........25c
Ladies' Battle Axe Button and Lace Shoes, worth $1.24
$1.50, our price........ ................
Ladies' Battle Axe Button and Lace Shoes, worth $1.25, 98C
our price................ ...........
Boys' Clothing from 98c to... ........................
Men's Suits from $3.98 to a fine $20 Clay Worsted Suit.
TRUNKS, VALISES and HAND BAGS at greatly reduced
SADDLES and HARNESS Cheaper than the cheapest.
Give us a'-call if you wish BARGAINS.
We are receiving NEW GOODS on every train and can suit
the most fastidious.
Our Millinery. Department
Is complete and we will take great pleasure in showing you the
Thanking the trade for past favors, I remain
Ifyou will only come to the C. M. DAVIS & CO.
SCLOTHING, GENT'S FURNISHINGS AND SHOE
STORE and examine our goods and compare quality and
piewith any retail store in South Carolina, you will see a
thtwe are a step ahead of all others. Our
Fechheimer, Fishel & Co, Suits i
countno equal, and we control their goods in Clarendon -
Youn menwanting a perfect fit in real nice goods,
well to hseer bencarried in this town before, will
dowel o eeou lnebefore they purchase. Our -
Inme ium aric Brand Clothing
In edim picegoods are the best for the money ever
Sseen in Manning. We also carry a full line of Cheap -
SSuits, price 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 j
SSuits, pants made with double knee and seats; they are
Sthe best for the money on the market. We control her
0-~Since the arrival of our line of
' We 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
C lina. Remember these Shoes have no equal. SEE
rknruJ Line of Ladies'
DREWILV SELBY S FINE SHOES...
~ Alaysin tock. In fact we have the most complete
~ sockof e1n's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes ever offered
Stha.king you for your liberal patronage and await
n jg your further favors, we are, _
Yours very respectfully,
C. I. DAIS & Co._