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zhe anuig times.
Publishes All County and Town Of
MANNING. S. C.. NOV. 7, 1900.
The Right Place.
There is nothing like doing your win
ter trading at the right place. At the
Jenkinson Dry Goods Store is the right
place. You get the best treatment and
always get the best goods, as we han
dIe nothing but first class goods in all
A large lot of Cotton Batting. only
lOc per roll.
Quilt and Com'ort Calico. onIy ..e
Nice Brown Homespun for Quilt Lin
in=*, only 3ic per yard.
Good Check Homespun for covering
Comforts. only 44c per yard.
See the lines of Jeans we are ofTerig
at 12. 15., 20 and 25e per yard.
One hundred Children's Knee Suits
at $1. Our line of Gent's Suits at $5.
88.50 and $10 has no equal in this town.
To see these Suits is to buy them.
It will surprise you to see the great
values we are offering in all lines of
Shoes. Gent's nice Oil Grain Shoes.
only $1.25: former price $1.50. Ladies'
nice Pebble Grain Shoes, in Button
and Lace, only $1.10 per pair. Our fa
mous line of H. C. Godman Shoes is
complete in every detail. Those who
have worn these Godman Shoes know
them to be the best to be found in this
part of the country.
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
Read the Supervisors report on an
Seed Oats at the Manning Grocery
Read S. I. Till's ad., this week and
see if it ain't the truth.
Mr. C. M. Mason went to Dauville.
Va., last week on business.
How about a Lemon Phosphate now
at Brockinton's Fount.
Dried Peaches at the Manning Gro
There will be a double marriage in
Summerton on the 14th. inst.
Pure Fruit Preserves at the Manning
Grape Juice deliciously refreshing at
Brockinton's Soda Fount.
The newly elected officers will go
into office about the 1st of January.
Wheat Bran at the Manning Grocery
Soda Water, cold as it ought to be,
and sweet as you like it at Brockinton's.
Miss Lizzie Wells has accepted a pos
ition at S. R. Venning's Jewelry Store.
Fresh Buckwheat and Oat meal at
the Manning Grocery Co.
Brockinton's Soda Water, Bright,
sparkling, cold and refreshing.
Mr. J. W. McLeod's host of anxious
friends were glad to see him out last
Prunes at the Manning Grocery Co.
Mince Meat at the Manning Grocery
Mr. F. C. Thomas has bought Rev.
James McDowell's house and lot in
Manning: price $2,750.
.Fire-S. I. Till is burning up high
prices; goods at your own prices at his
Mr. M. L. Sauls of Sardinia has pur
chased Mr. D. R. Reaves' magnificient
farm about six miles from Manning:
For sale-A fine lot of Lumber at my
mills near Calvary church. [2t
A. L. LESESNE.
If there is any virtue in values or
power in prices S. IL Till will get your
The election passed off yesterday in
Manning, without a ripple of excitment.
The one-sidedness was the cause for the
lack of interest.
Robbed-S. I. Till has robbed him
self of many a dollar in order to sell
There were no sheriff sales here last
Monday. Clerk of Court Timmons sold
a small tract of land under a decreta]
order for partition.
Murder-S. I. Till has murdered the
profits, and is sellng goods at only ~
A great many farmers have already
contracted for their fertilizers. We
doubt the wisdom of being in too great
a hurry at present prices.
Are you in favor of expansion? S. IL
Till is-he is in favor of expanding his
business with you.
The demand for dwelling houses ir
Manning is on the increase, and we
hope some of our moneyed people wil.
accommodate the demand.
We offer for sale two tracts of lanc
in Midway township, one containing 92
acres. 1 house: the other. 85 acres, goot
dwelling, barns and stables.
No other pills can equal DeWitt's Lit
tle Early Risers for promptness. cer
tainty a'nd efficiency. The R. B. Lor
yea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop
Mr. R. H. Davis wreathed the faci
of the editor with smiles last Monda:
by presenting tiim with a most deliciou:
ham of his own curing. Next.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablet:
cure biliousness, constipation and headache
They are easy to take and pleasant in effect
For sale at The R. B. Loryea Drur Store.
Miss Josephine Kennedy who ha!
been in Manning on a visit to the fami
ly of Mr. Thomas Nimmer returned t<
her home in Charleston last Monda:
We met Judge Gary in Columbia las
week looking quite used up from hi.
spell of sickness, and he tola -w that hi
thought it likely that Clarendon wouk(
have a special term.
When you feel that life is hardly worth the
candle take a dose of Chamberlain's Stomaci
and Liver Tablets. They will cleanse you
stomach, tone up your liver and regulate you
bowels. makingr you feel like a new man. Fo
sale at The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac Mi
Hon. H. R. Richardson of Fulton ha:
returned home from Baltimore wher<
Mrs. Richardson went for medica
attention. Mrs. Riehardson is getting
on nicely and expects to be home soon
For Sale-Two hundred acres of lan<
in Sammy Swamp township, six mile:
west of Manning. 110 acres, cleared
dwelling and outhouses and three ten
ant houses. Apply at THE TIMES of
The R. B. Loryea Drug Stor i
inform their ma kind patron): tha-t w
observe the following hours: Duri:
the week our drug store is opn ro
a. m. to 9 ii. mn.: Saturday uightsi
11:30. Sunday hours. 9) a. m.to 1:l:1
mn.: 3:30) to 6:5 p. mn. Night calls r'
sponded to promptly and checerfully b
our Pharmacist. M1r. J1. E. Arant, 'Pl
A good crowd of patriots assemmled
at the depot last night to receive the
returns and before midnight they had
suffiient news to :;ive up the tight.
Even "Old Rock" threw up the sp;n1'
The best method of elcansin tlhe
liver is the use of the famous little ils
known as DeWitt's Little Early isers.
Easy to take. Never ;ripe. The 1. 1
Lorvea Dru Store. Isaaa h Lor1.w,
The Cireulatiu Libirary has changed
its meetin p lace frn m tilie- a'cutr hotel
to Dr . I. ( G;eier't ot'(ee. Mee tvery
ihur-sda, holur. from : to .> o'clock
. m. ist (i of books will appear next
This is the season when mothers are
alarmed on account of croup. It is
quickly cured by One Minute Cough
C'ure. which children like to take. The
11. 1'. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M1. Lor
The business interestsof Manning de
mands better telegraph and express
facilities. The express and telegraph
cotlpanies would. we believe bring
their ofices down town if the business
men would interest themselves.
Last Sunday afternoon Mirs. E. S.
Ervin met with a painful accider.t.
Mrs. Ervin's servant was away and she
undertook to milk the cow, and in going
out to the lot she made a nis-step
which resulted in breakinr one of the
small bones in her left,leg about the
Condensed Milk. 10 and 20c 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
I. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Tomorrow night will be a gala oc
casion for the young folks. They are
to have a "wheel" carnival and tourna
ment, the proceeds are to go towards
buying a piano for the Institute. Every
body should go, they will enjoy the
affair, and at the same time be contrib
uting to a good cause.
Feelings of safety pervade the house
hold that uses One Minute Cough Cure,
the only harmless remedy that pro
duces inumediate results. It is infalli
ble for coughs. colds. ceroup and all
throat and lung troubies. It will pre
vent consumption. The II. B. Loryea
IDrug Store. Isaac M. Loryea. Prop.
A colored man by the name of Wil
liam Evans was found dead in a shanty
at Alderman's mill last Monday morn
ing. The Coroner was notified and an
examination of the body showed a bullet
hole in the man's head. At the inquest
circumstantial evidence pointed to
Walton Epps. colored as the man who
did the killing, and Coroner Andrews
committed Epps to jail.
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,
Two negroes have been in the county
jail suspected of being wanted in Bul
lock county Georgia for the murder of
deputy sheriff. The authorities held
them awaiting Identification. On last
Monday a Mr. H. B. Kennedy of Bul
lock county, and a cousin of the mur
dered man arrived, and after a visit to
the jail he pronounced the men held
as not being the men wanted. These
men were held longer than they should
have been. but the delay was the fault
of the Georgia authorities. They are
still in jail awaiting the Governor's or
Prevented a Tragedy.
Timely information given Mrs. George Long
of New Straitsville. Ohio. prevented a dreadful
tragedy and saved two lives. A frightful cough
hd long kept her aw ake every night. She had
tried many remedies and doctors but steadily
grew worse until urned to try Dr. King's New
Discovery. One bottle wholly .cured her. and
she writes this mar':elous mediemne also cured
Mr. Long of a severe attack of pneumonia.
Such cures are positive proof of the matchless
merit of th~Ts grand remedy for curing all throat.
chest and lung troubles. Only 50Jc and $1. Ev
ry bottle guaranteed. Trial bottles free at the
R. 1B. Loryea drug store. C
We mentioned last week that Rev.
James M1cDowell had moved to Sumter
where he proposes to make his futur'i
home. The announement was made
with regret,. and since, the expressions
of regret have been numerous from cit
izens regardless of creed or denomina
tion. We hope the people of Sumter
will appreciate this grand patriarch as
his manliness and his piety merits, and
that he will be spared to continue doing
good for many, many years. A comn
munity with such a man is fortunate
indeed. Mmr. M1cDowell's teachings,
and his example is felt in many of ouir
homes and his presence for good will be
felt in the progressive city of Sumter.
He is our ideal of a man and a minister
may God bless and preserve him is our
IIit Eas l,
I o Takci
IThin, pale, anamic girlse
~need a fatty food to enrich i
i their blood, give color to
I their cheeks and restore their e
health and strength. It is i
safe to say that they nearly
all reject fat with their food.
/ IT NYPOPHOSPflITE50'LINESSODA
~is exactly what they require;
~it not only gives them the im
portant element (cod-liver oil)
in a palatable and easilydi
gested form,but also the hypo- ~
phosphites which are so valua-~
ble in nervous disorders that
usually accompany anamia. ~
SCOT'S EMULSION is a
fatty food that is more easily
digested than any other form
of fat. A certain amount of
flesh is necessary for health.
You can get it inthisway.
SWe have known pery~
~sonso gain apound a~
day while taking it. '
SCOTT & BowN E, Chemists, New York. '
|"A Good Name is
Better Than Riches."
Hood's Sarsaparilla is a
good name. A legion of those
who owe health to its blood
purifying qualities laud it to
the skies. It brings the riches of health
to those -who use it, in the shape of
absolutely pure blood, the permanent
foundation stone of health.
Weakness - "I was all run down.
weak and without appetite. A friend
brought me a bottle of Hood's Sarsapa
rlala. I began taking it and three bottles
entirely cured me.'' Mrs. M. A. Logan,
127 Post Street. Rutland. Vt.
Blood Purifier- "We think Hood's
Sarsaparlia has no equal as a blood puri
fier and invigorator of the system."
J. B. Best. Woodbury. N. J.
Hood's Pills cure liver ills: Tbe non-irritating and
only cathartic to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla.
We want the readers of THE TIMES
to read carefully the advertisment on
another page of Legg .& Hutchinson.
This firm is known to the people of this
vicinity as reliable dealers, and they
have recently received a fine lot of
Tennessee horses and mules selected by
Captain "Bill" Legg personally, spec
ially for the trade of this section. Cap
tain Legg is a veteran horse dealer,
and it has always been his rule to bring
to this market the best of stock, and the
car load just arrived are among his
selections. The buggies and wagons
are of the best make, no faulty mater
ial covered by paint, but they are man
ufactured at the most reliable factories,
hence every buggy and wagon is sold
with a guarantee and the purchaser
can feel when he buys, he is getting his
money's worth. They have put in a
beautiful' line of robes. the prettiest
ever brought to this market. Their
harness and saddlery stock cannot be
excelled anywhere in the State. Be
sure to come and examine their stock,
wagrons and buggies.
In addition to their regular line they,
in order to meet a growing demand
have laid in a large supply of all kinds
of building material and you can get
your brick, lime and cement from them
as cheap as they can be bought on any
Remember that Legg & Hutchinson
have these things to sell. and they are
able and willing to compete with, and
meet the strongest kind of opposition.
Be sure and read their big advertise
ment on another page. It will pay you.
Story of a Slave.
To be bound hand and foot for years by the
chains of disease is the worst form cf slavery.
George D. Williams of Manchester. Mich.. tells
how such a slave was made free. He says: "My
wife has been so helpless for five years tz.at she
could not turn over in bed alone. After t;dng
two bottles of Electric Bitters, she is wonder
fully improved and able to do her own work."
This supreme remedy for female diseases quick
ly cures nervousness. sleeplessness. melancholy.
headache. backache. fainting and dizzy spells.
This miracle working medicine is a godsend to
weak. sickly. run down people. Every bottle
guaranteed. Only 50 cents. Sold by the R. B.
Loryea drug store. 6
A Sad Death.
A most distressing accident happen
ed on the afternoon of the 30th, inst.
near Johnston's, to Rev. John Owen, a
brother of Rev. Thomas B. Owen of
Silver. from the effects of which he died
the same night. The account as tele
grayhed to The State is as follows:
Johnston, Oct. 31.-The Rev. John
Owen drove out to MIr. Gamewell 31.
Smith's to get some rough forage for
bis stock. He brought his dog and gun
to kill a partridge for a sick friend.
When reaching MIr. Smith's and find
ing him gone to Edgefield, he and Mr.
Walter H. Smith, the youngest son of
Mr. Gamewell Smith went out hunting.
In a few minutes they got into a drove
of partridges and began shooting. Mr.
Smith was loading his gun in a hurry
and a partridge fiew over his head.
Smith went to cock his gun, when the
hammer slipped Out of his thumb be
fore it got locked, and the entire load
entered the right side of the Rev. M1r.
Owen about the vest pocket. Mr. Owen
stood still for a minute, helping Wal
ter pull the wads out, then he fell, beg
ging Walter not to leave him. that he
would be dead before he could return.
However, Mr. Smith became alarmed
and soon assistance arrived. He was
carried to the residence of MIr. Game
well Smith. In a short while Drs.
Mlobley, Strother ,and C.ox were with
himn and after consultation, Drs. Wright
and MIoore of Augusta were telegraph
ed for, who came on the midnight train.
The train stopped at Mr. Smnith's place
for them to get off. There is no possi
ble chance for his recovery. Though
he is a man of powerful will power, his
time is short. He called his wife to his
side during the night, and talked to her
about his business affairs, telling her
he knew his time was close and never
to think hard of Walter. for it was a
Everything is being done that can be
done by both medical aid and loving
The accident took place about 5:30
o'clock yesterday afternoon. M1r. Owen
is thought to be dying at this hour, 9 p.
m. All of his family has been tele
graphed for. The Rev. M1r. Owen is
pastor of the Johnston M~ethodist cir
cuit., and is a devoted man to his family
and work. Everybody extends sympa
thy to both families.
Bismarck's Iron Nerve
Was the result of his splendid health. Indom
itable will and tremendous encrry are not found
where stomach. liver. kidneys and bowels are
out of order. if you want the~ qualities and the
success they bring, use Dr. King's New Life
Pills. They develop every power of brain and
body. Only h5 cents at the Ri. B. Loryea dlruu
Truth is stranger than fiction, because
there is less of it on the market.
Tht~Ie Kind YuHaeAways Bought
A tombstone always has a good word
for a man when he's down.
Do not get scar'ed if your heart trou
bles you. 3Most likely vou sutfer fr'om
inil'estion. Kodol D~y'pepsia Cure di'
est.s what vou eat and gie the worn
out stomae'h perfect lest. It is the
onl prprto known tha't .omphle.tely
(igests all classes of foods: thath is why
it ceuries the worst cases of indgestion
and stomach t roubl e after everything
else has failed. It may he taken in all
conditionus and (-annrot help btut (do yo
.e-od. TIhe Il. HA. Loryea Drug Store,
PeXopl~e who c'laimn to) have Ino vie
:his signature is on every: box of the g;e::::
L.axative Bro20=Qumnle Ta2
Srueythat enres an cold in2 (ne t
A ivri of ripe: exlperice 15 t4)c
w.i-e' t.(mokey w ith gt re fruit.
Thearind You Uaie Always Bought
XOTi WITH THE
Blare of Trumpets
Did the present proprietor of TEH IR. . LOth
Y E.\ 1)Rt; STORE assume the manaemreut
this sterling husiness: it desceinded to hi.n
a lint of predecessors whose carne-t i -
sl r was to build up a business that would he
.own far and wide for its inteerity rather than
:ts 1.e lth. and after
A Quarter of a Century
That business. coi menced on a pure. honorable
:i::d trustworthy basis. has becone as houselitiid
w. -rds for its absolute honesty of dealin.s.
The present propricttor. with his ustial n.o
t-st y which has always characterized his career.
dhi not prate of
And with little deeds,
!ut L thoroughly conscientious. strict hsi
at-ss methods. not disparaging the efforts of nth
er-. has maintained the contidence reposed in
his predecessors and his largely inc:ensed bu:si
ness indicates that merit will tell.
THE R. B. LORYEA f >YA
Pronisd that there would be
SECOND ( RADE PRODUCTS.
DISPARAGFli MENT OF OTHERS
When he became its proprietor: he leaves to
the people of Manning. Clarendon and adjoining
counties whether he has redeemed that promise.
JII R. B. EORIES DRU SIORE,
ISAAC M1 LORYEA, Proprietor,
Sign of the
MANNINC, S. C.
'PHONE NO. 2.
Mr. J. E. Arant. Ph. G.. is in charge of
our Prescription Department.
Miss Olivia Ingram will be pleased to see
her many friends, extending her uni
form courtesy to all.
ITere is the thing that Manning has
needed for a long time. A
First Class Restaurant
I Eas been audedl to Jaies & Suu's Beef
Market. in front of the white Bapizht
church. where white gentlemen and la
dies can call and get a good meal at all
hours. We have an old experienced
cook and can please you.
In our Market we keep at all times a
full line of BEEF, PORK, SAUSAGE,
OYSTERS Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
JAMES & SON.
'Phone No. 23.
I have ripened up a Sewing Machine
store next door to Mr. S. A. Rigby's
general merchandise store August 1st,
1900. I will carry the
The new ball-bearing "New Home,"
the best machine made: also "New
Ideal" and "Climax." from $18 to $40.
I sell on Instalment. Easy Payment
Plan. I clean and repair any kind of
machines for least money possible.
Call and see me.
A. I. BARRON, Ag't.
J. S. wiLSON. w. C. DURtANT.
\AILSON & DUJRANT,
A(Iorney.< and C'ounselors~ at Lau-,
MIANNING, S. C.
RAMON's NERVE AND BONE OIL
still head the list and are acknon1' dged by
all to be the great conquerors of pains,
aches and diseases for which they are
Rao's RelieC will psitively cure
pains of all kinds, such as Headache, Sick
Headace.e Toothache, Neuralgia, Cramp
Colic, Pains in the Stomach and Bowels,
Diarrhma-i, &c., almost instantly, and, as a
household remedy for these sudden sick
nessea.. it has no e-lual in the world. "Once
tried. always used." Price 25 and 50 cents.
Sample bottles 10 cents.
Kaman's ECerve & Bono Oil is the
original and only genuine Nerve and Bone
Oil made. it is just what its name implies,
and penetrating quickly to the nerre and
bone, relieves pain, drives away disease
and effects a permanetnt cure. A specific
for Rheumatism, Sores, Brnises, Sprains,
Cuts, Burns, and all injuries to the flesh of
either man or beast. Price :25 and 50 cents.
Sample bottles 10 cents.
The genuine has the name blown in the
bottle. The Relief is put up in square red
eartoons and the Oil in green cartoons.
TAKE~ NO OTHER
FOR SALE BY
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Few mothers are healthy, because
their duties are so exacting. The anxiety
of pregnancy, the shock of childbirth,
and the care of young children, are
severe trials on any woman. But with
Wine of CarduI within her grasp, every
mother-every woman in the land-can
pay the debt of personal health she
owes her loved ones. Do you want
robust health with all its privileges and
pleasures? Wine of Cardui will give It
strengthens the female organs and invig
-orates weakened functions. For every
female ill or weakness It is tke best
medicne made. Ask your druggist for
$1.00 bottle Wine of Cardul, an take no
substitute under any cIrcumstances.
Mrwidn Cras, Gormer, 10ich. "When I
commcedsis Wie of Crus I wahardr able
towui aerosth ou~ Two weeks after I waled
half a mile and picked strawni, When my
otherbild washorflluered with Isior pains 24
huanhadto raise him on a bottle because I bad
n ik After usiothe Wine during prenee
thstieIsae irh s mnt toabhahy girl.and
weins labor only two hours, with but little pain.
ment indmyea Itako adm fuu.
tanooga Medicine C..,
IFor Sale or Rent.
The Lot and Dwelling of IDev. Jatmes
Mnowell in Manning.
A-o two desirable Building Lots ad
joining for sale. For terms apply to
JO(SEP:1H F.. ITHAME.
Manning. S. C.
LL AND WINTER
OF CLARENDON COUNTY.
W E Have Exclusive Control
9 in Sumter of the famous
FECH HEIMER, FISHEL & CO.
1,! These Suits and Overcoats are
1 t made by the best tailors in New
Owl- ./ York city, and are entirely different
~l from the ordinary ready-to-wear
l We also carry a full line of
C-Mdium and Low Priced Goods,
So that if youi want a. cheap suit, a
medium price suit, or a fine tailor
Smade suit, you will have no trouble
in getting it here. -
Our stock of all other goods, in
o-Boys' and Children's Clothing,
1 C HATS AND FURNISHEINC L ODS,
t Is complete, and we will certainly
appreciate your patronage.
Inting coldergo bu ith bt gtiglrs ina New h'a
beterge yorefrefom the orinry rearo-wear suel
C& oth inghtAn
An ate Woe albyso November fPllms."o
i a Ylotofths MAn deo Pit e Goo ,
Lo o So$75 anduts ie ogewtr; eap uit,
Ouln of ditsm p7.9,i8.4 suit o9.9 inlue fin tailr- seec
Our Overc ad e suitre, you ll.W have nom troubl an
Boys'Clot in g tt icen itheet.n ion
Amn Our stocs oalother goos, n
Fie50ic Boylts,r and Chlren's Cworthc; t -the
FieZii ins ic pe e, a nd w eth 7 c eranl.
Ou ln ochapprd eciate ypricedroesos.rm 0adu
HevyBrw Drlsa-7;wrh 4t c
Fie a Sl b' s Casat2c wt-ac.rmmns
Th 'a ifyuwn-orShe.ols4o ms erHmlo
A- paro-04Ge4lnes t8c elvle$.5
Cood Drie J echs MakeelANDL terhnsfrj
~S.m A. Rigby E
lltibl Bgus I
SPECIAL. SAL E
Calicoes, worth 5c, .our price...............................4c
Calicoes, worth 6jc, our price..............................5c
Androscoggins 4-4 Bleached Homespun, worth 9c, at.... %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, our1
Colored Silks and Satins, worth 75c, our price............5Oc
China Silks, worth 50c, our price...................... C
Ladies' Battle Axe Button and Lace Shoes, worth $4
$1.50, our price............................ e
Ladies' Battle Axe Button and Lace Shoes, worth $1.25,
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
thtwe are a step ahead of all others. Our
Fechheimer, Fishel & Co. Suits
Haeno equal, and we control their goods in Clarendon'
Young men wanting a perfect fit in real nice goods,
suhas has never been carried in this town before, will -
do well to see our line before they purchase. Our -
In Vitals Brand Clothing_
In medium price goods 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
SSuits, pants made with double knee and seats; they are
the best for the money on the market. We control her
Since the arrival of our line of
SWe are selling on an average of six pair pers day. They
ar ae the best and most comfortable Shoe ever offered to
the trade in Manning or any other town in South Caro
Slina. Remember these Shioes have no equal. SEE
Line of Ladies'
DREW SELBY S FINE SHOES...
Always in stock. In fact we have the most complete
stock of Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes ever offered
Thanking you for your liberal patronage and await
Sing your further favors, we are, _
Yours very respectfully, _
C IIDAIS & CO.I