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MANNING. S. C.. NOV. 28. 1900.
On the Last Mile-The Holiday Trade.
This season the Jenkinson Dry Goods
Store will show the most elaborate line
of Holiday Goods ever shown in this
town, something to suit all classes of
trade. The rich and the poor can all
get something at Clarendon's greatest
Dry Goods Store. A beautiful line of
tine, highly decorated China. consisting
of fine Cake Dishes. Salad Dishes,
Cracker Jars and the like. A beauti
ful line of Dressing and Shaving Case,
for the ycung ladies and young men. A
very select line of Dolls and Fireworks
for the little ones. A complete line of
Glove Cases and Collar and Cuff Boxes
which make very sensible and practical
gifts. The largest line of Rugs and Art
Squares ever shown in 'Manning. selec
ted specially for the Holidays. Also a
grand line of fine fancy Table Covers to
adorn the house. Our line of Holiday
Handkerchiefs is one of the most su
perb ever shown in Manning. All-Over
Lace Handkerchiefs at 15e. Fifty doz.
pure Linen Handkerchiefs. only 3e
each. This line of Hemstitched pure
Linen Handkerchiefs is something un
heard of in the history of the trade.
That's just what it is. a pure Linen
Handkerchief for only 5c. In short we
have a line of Holiday gifts to please
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
Tomorrow is Thanksgiving day.
There is an egg famine in Manning.
Lamp Chimneys, all sizes. The R.
B. Loryea Drug Store.
Christmas Cards and Booklets at S.
I. Till's Racket.
Died in the Fork last Friday, Hermis
a 3 three year old son of Mr. S. C. Lee.
How about a Lemon Phosphate now
at Brockinton's Fount.
Mercerized Petticoats all colors at
S. I. Till's Racket Store.
Mrs. Hugh McKelvey, of Spartanburg
is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs.
Grape Juice deliciously refreshing at
Brockinton's Soda Fount.
I saw going into Till's store almost a
car load of Christmas goods.
The ladies of the Presbyterian church
will have an oyster supper at the Cen
tral hotel to night.
For Sale-Meat Hogs. Apply to J.
L. Eadon, Davis. S. C. [37-4t
It is conceded to be the best Cigar on
the market-the Air Ship. The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store.
Since Louis Levi has applied the
hatchet to prices his store is being vis
ited from every section.
A beautiful line of Sterling Silver
ware for Wedding Gifts at S. R. Ven
A beautiful souvenir to every pur
chaser of a package of Elastic Starch.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
There will be preaching at Fellow
ship church next Sunday morning at
11:30 a. m. and 4p. m.
Brockinton's Soda Water. Bright,
sparkling, cold and refreshing.
If you are going to get anything for
Christmas; you had better see S. L. Till
Legg & Hutchinson are selling stacks
of new buggies and harness. The peo
ple appreciate a good article.
The Sunflower' Smoking Tobacco is a
solace and a .joy forever to the smoker.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Gen. J. P. Derham spent last Satur
day in Manning making his annual set
tlement with the county officers.
Soda Water, cold as it ought to be,
and sweet as you like it at Brockinton's.
Died in Mannir.. last Monday morn
ing, Mrs. Dora i'%:k, colored, wife of
Rev. J. H. Park. aged 40 years.
Grape Nuts-a predigested food adap
ted to the delicate and convalescent.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
There is a time and place for all
things, and now is the time and S. I.
Till's Racket Store is the place for big
Died last Thursday in Midway town
ship, Mrs. Susan Harrington aged
ubout 75 years. The deceased was the
mother of Mr. W. F. Harrington.
Plant seed that will germinate. Just
received a full supply of Seed, all vari
eties. Tne R B. Loryea Drug Store.
We heard a man say when he spent
$10.00 with Till, he felt like a father of
newly born twins, because he got
twice as much as he expected.
If your stomach is weak it should
have help. Hood's Sarsaparilla gives
strength to the stomach are cures dys
pepssa and indigestion.
Wanted-Persimmon and Dogwood
Logs in car load lots. For prices. etc..
address Thos. Childs, Sumter. S. C.
Via Suez Canal, Green and Black
Tea. Tea drinkers appreciate our
blend. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Dr. Abe Weinberg formerly of Man
ning. now a prominent dentist of Cam
den will be married this evening in
Camden to Miss Abbie Nelson.
Don't take something just as good
when you want L & M. Paint, but in
sist upon having L. & M. The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store.
Married by Rev. G. T. Gresham at
his residence in Manning yesterday
afternoon, Mr. James E-. Tennant and
Miss Mary Franklin Thigpen, daugh
ter of Mr. F. W. Thigpen.
Keep your eye on Rhame's Drug Store
till Christmas if you do not wish to miss
enlances to buy pretty and unique pres
Dr. W. E. Brown has bought *Y.
the Levi estate, the lot South of Wilson
& DuRant's law otfice for $450, upon
which he will erect a sample room for
the convenience of drummers.
"Linked sweetness long drawn out."
Sausage seasoning and everything per
taining to the sausage. The R~ B. Lor'
yea Drug Store.
Parties having lands for sale will do
well to advertise them through the
columns of THE TIMES. Recently, out
of 4 tracts off erred through THE TIMES
two have already been sold at good
A "candied" compliment to a lady
a box of Tenney's famous Confections,
in pound and half pound boxes. The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Mr. J. S. Plowden gave the editor a~
turnip, ruta baoa variety, which weigh
ed eleven pounals and one ounce, and
we will saved it for a few days to watch
the result of our prayer for a back bone
f There is no friend like a good book.
Just received, a line of popular Books,
in Cloth and Painer Editions--all prices.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
The ladies of the Presbyterian church
propose haying a series of festivals.
oyster suppers. etc.. for the benefit of
the parsonage fund. We understand
they promise a "square deal' in ovter
The Ladies' Birthday Almanae for
1901 is now ready for distribution. \\e
have a full stock on hand of McElree s
Wine of Cardui and Black I)raught.
The I. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Mr. Wade Hampton Gibbes,of Colum
bia. Inspector of agencies for the
Equitable Life Assurance Association.
spent last Monday in Manning. and
while here appointed Mr. J. H. Lesesne
one of the company's agents.
lust received. a handsome line of
Novelties in Wave Crest Ware. such as
Tewelry. Puff. and Collar and Cuff
Boxes. Handkerchief and Glove Cases
and numerous other articles. S. I1.
Among other things the State pen
sion board will do. they will provide
for a new application blank. Under
the new law all old pensioners will have
to ile applications in order io receive
pensions during the coming year.
It is presumed that the National
Drug Clerk's Association know a good
Cigar when they use it. they have been
endorsed by the Association. and the
D. C. C. Cigar desorves it. The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store.
Died last Monday near Eastover Mr.
J. F. Strain aged about 33 years. The
deceased at one time lived at Summer
ton and he was connected with the
Santee Cypress Lumber company. He
visited Manning frequently and was
highly esteemed here. He leaves a
widow and one child.
Wanted-Salesmen to sell Lubricat
ing Oils. Greases. Belting and special
ties to threshermen. on commission.
Good goods and liberal proposition.
Address, giving references. The How
ard Oil & Grease Co.. Cleveland, Ohio.
Married this evening. at the resi
dence of the brides parents in Charles
ton, Mr. W. Scott Harvin one of M1an
ning's most substantial and grogressive
citizens. and Miss Amanda Thomas,
daughter of Ir. Stephen Thomas. of
the well known firm of Charleston Jew
elers. Stephen Thomas & Bro.
Wins at Paris-The International
Stock Food have been just informed
that they had.won the Silver 'Medal at
the Paris Exposition. thus its merits
are recognized even in one of the larg
est capitols of Europe. The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store.
Krasnoff, who flies the "New Idea"
flag is out in this issue with a special
announcement to the trading public.
and he proposes to make it interesting
for bargain hunters. Mr. Krasnoff has
by strict attention to his business built
up a large and growing trade, and by
his methods of doing business his cus
tomers have been made permanent.
No greater recommendation can be
given any merchant than the fact that
customers stick to him. Read Kras
noff's advertisement in another column.
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 6
a. m. to 9 p. m.; Saturday nights to
11:30. Sunday hours, 9 a. m. to 12:30 p.
n.: 3:30 to 6:30 p. m. Night calls re
sponded to promptly and cheerfully by
our Pharmacist. M1r. J. E. Arant, Ph.
G., who resides at M1rs. S. A. Wells'.
Died at the home of Mrs. James E.
Lee, Nov. 23, Hermus Lee. a little son
of MIr. and Mrs. S. C. Lee of New Zion.
He was a very bright and most affec
tionate little child. But God saw best
and called him around His precious
throne to meet with his devoted mother
and dear little brothers and sisters who
had gone on before and was waiting to
welcome him there. It grieved the
hearts of his loved ones who looked on
him for the last time: but the Lord gave
and He taketh away: blessed be His
name, and think what a blessed privi
lege it is to add a blossom to the wreath
in heaven. FRIEND.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
ure biliousness, constipation and headache.
They are easy to take and pleasant in effect.
For sale at The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Dr. A. M1. Brailsford and bride whose
marriage at Mullins we published last
week, are visiting relatives ir. this
county and are the recipients of much
social' attention. When they reached
Fulton, Saturday e-:ening they were
received by Captain A. M1. Brailsford
the grooms father and a magnificent
reception was given them. The resi
dence and grounds were beautifully il
luminated, and the trees hung with
hinese lanterns. It was the manifesta
tion of a proud father welcoming home
a worthy son with his precious compan
ion, and well he might. for Dr. Brails
ford is "a worthy son of a noble sire."'
On Tuesday evening Hon. Henry B.
Richardson. Col. R. C. Richardson. and
Capt. John C. M~anning, uncles of the
groom, gave the bridal couple a bril
liant reception and on Wednesday eve
ning a grand ball was given in honor of
the hapsy couple. The ball room was
beautifu'ly decorated and was graced
with Clarendon's fairest daughters and
Workig Night and Day.
The busies.t and mightiest little thing that
ever was made is Dr. Kings New Life Pills.
Every pill is a sugar-coated globule of health.
that changes we-akness- into strength. listless
ness into energy. brain-fag into mental power.
Theyre wondcrful in building up the health.
Only l5c. per box. Sold by the R. B3. Lor-yea
Drug Store. 3
IMa'nning~ can sup~ply the most fastid
'eous in clothing, gint s furnishings,
shoes and all articles that go to make
up a man's, youth's, boys or childs out
it. C. M1. Davis & Co., under the
management of Mr. J. D. Gerald has
supplied this town and vicinity with a
needed want, and there is no longer
any use for people wanting clothing,I
upper or under. to send off or go else
where, for C. M1. Davis & Co. carry an
elegant line manufactured by reputa
ble tailors. Their furnishing stock is
full and complete with the very latest
in neckwear. A young man who is a*
worshiper at the shrine of fashion can
o to C. M1. Davis & Co.. and Mr. Gerald
ill fix him up so that he will be an at
traction to the fair sex. This concern
very justly boasts of its stock of shoes
for men and ladies: they say that a
shoddy shoe shall not come into their
store,'and if people want good goods
they are here to serve them. Read
their advertisement and be assured
that all goods sold by this concern must
turn out as represented or the money 1s'
A party of jolly hunters struck ouit
for Hell hole swamp in Berkeley coun
t~ last \Ionday morning. wvhere they go
to .lay -all big' game which will come
w ithir gur-shot. The par-ty is com
posed of the following substantial citi
ens of C larendon and Williamsburg
counties: S. MI. Witherspoon, Willie
Iontgomery,. J. S. Nelson. E.
R. Plowden, Jlr., and W. E. Dan
iels of the Fork: Ervin Plowden,
W. M1. Plowden, W. H. M1uidrow. A.
P. Burgess. J. A. Bur-gess of Junk Yard
Bay: W. T. Sprott, Clar-ence Sprott,
Willie Davis. Whitfield Plowden, of
-Jordan: J1. Elbert Davis, D~r. G. L.
Dickson of .Manning: Aloultie Oliver.
Foreston: C. M1. Davis. of Davis: Capt.
Julius Gamble and JIulian Gamble.
Gourdins. The editor of THE TIMES
is promised some of the spoils captur-ed.
but he will not fast until the returns
Last Saturday night a dr'ummer rep.
resenting a biscuit company, walked
into Mr. Louis Levi's store laid down
his sample case, and while talking tc
Mr. Isenin who has charge of th(
grocer. department. a negro by the
name of Frank Reid came along and
swiped the case. When the grip wai
missed, the commercial man was vers
anxious to get it back and he reported
the occurance to the police. Later the
negro walked into the Manning Hard
ware store to buv a key, but could not
find one, Willie Bull. a colored em
ployee suspecting the fellow had stolet
the grip reported it to Policeman Clark,
who found the fellow and put him in
the lock-up. but the grip was gone and
the chap would not admit having had
it, nor would he tell what had become
of it until sometime after being locked
up. The grip was found in the .John
son store lot and the drummer was
made happy by its return.
'his signature is on every box of the gem.:
Laxative Bromo=Quinine Tablct;
" o remedy that cres a cold in one day
They Are Welcome Here.
Rev. F. W. Gregg and bride arrived
in Manning last Thursday evening,
numerous presents from members of
the congregation awaited to happy
hair. Last Friday's State contained
A CHRYSANTHEMUM WEDDING.
This morning a happy party arrived
in the city from Lowryville, Chester
county. where Wednesday evening at 7
o'clock the Rev. Francis W. Gregg and
Miss Elizabeth Cole Guy were married.
The bridal party spent a part of yester
day in the city, where Mr. Gregg has
many happy memories of student life at
the Theological seminary. In the after
noon they left for Manning. where Mr.
Gregg is pastor of the Presbyterian
The ceremony was performed at the
Presbyterian church at Lowryville by
the Rev. W. G. Neville of Yorkville.
Miss Isabel Guy, sister of the bride,
was maid of honor, and the Rev. Frank
Harper Wardlaw of Williamsburg was
best man. The other attendants were
Mr. R. C. Guy and Miss Mary Joe
Witherspoon of Yorkville: Mr. Wilson
Gregg of Columbia and Miss Bessie
Lowry: Mr. W. J. Hardee of Chester
and Miss Ida Guy: Mr. William Gregg,
Jr.. of Florence, and Miss Ella Love:
Dr. Johnson of Chester and Miss Sue
Guy. The couple last named will plight
their troth next Wednesday.
The bride on this happy occasion was
dressed in white taffeta, with liberty
siik. and carried a beautiful bouquet of
white carnations and maiden hair ferns.
The maid of honor wore a becoming
pink organdie, and the flowers which
she carried were white chrysanthe
mums. The other bridesmaids wore
white organdie, with pink sashes, and
carried pink chrysanthemums.
A reception was tendered the bridal
party and numerous friends at the
beautiful country home of the bride's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Guy. One
of the most happy of the many con
gratulations extended the young
preacher and his fair bride was the
following telegram from his congrega
tion at Manning to Mrs. Gregg: "Mr.
Gregg's congregation sends congratu
tions. A warm welcome awaits you."
Millions Given Away.
It is certainly gratifying to the public to know
of one concern in the land who are not afraid to
be generous to the needy and suffering. The
proprietors of Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption. Coughs and Colds, have given
away over ten million trial bottles of this great
medicine: and have the satisfaction of knowing
it has absoluteiy cured thousands of hopeless
cases. Asthma, bronchitis. hoarseness and all
diseases of the throat. chest and lungs are
surely cured by it. Call at the R. B. Loryea
Drug Store and get a free trial bottle. Regular
size 50c. and $1. Every bottle guaranteed, or
price refunded. 3
Epworth Orphanage Pound Party.
The Epworth League of the Manning
Methodist church will give an "Or
phanage Pound Party" on next Friday
night November 30th, at the residence
of Mir. S. A. Rigby, beginning prompt
lv at 8:30 o'clock. A programme has
been arranged, consisting of songs,
recitations and instrumental music.
Each person coming is requested to
bring a pound or more of provisions,
fruits, nuts, etc. All members of the
Epworth League, together with their
friends, and all others interested in this
grand and noble work, are invited to be
(Signed) HERBERT E. PRESSLEY,
Third Vice President.
Red Hot from the Gun
Was the ball that hit G. B. Steadman of New
ark. Mich.. in the Civil War. It caused horrible
ulers that no treatment helped for :20 years.
Then Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured him. Cures
cuts. bruises. burns, boils. felons, corns, skin
eruptions. Best pile cure on earth. :35 cents a
box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by the R. B. Lor
yea Drug Store 3
Nobody knows all about it;
and nothing, now known, will
alwavs cure it.
DoCtors trv Scott's Emul
sion of Cod Liver Oil, when
they think it is Caused by im
perfect digestion of food.
You can do the same.
It may' or may' not be caused
by the faih~re of stomach and
bowels to do their work. If
it is. v'ou will cure it; if not,
you wxill do no harm.
The way, to cure a disease
is to stop its cause, and help
the body get back to its habit
WVhen Scott's Emulsion of
Cod Liver Oil does that, it
cures; when it don't, it don't
cure. It never does harm.
The genuine has
this picture on it, take
If you have not
tried it, send for free
sample, its agreeable
taste will surprise
SCOTT & BOWNE,
409 Pearl St., N. Y.
soc. and $z.oo ; all druggists.
I rave Men Fal
victims, t( ,tonach. liver and kidney tr.uble
as well as women, and all feel the results in los
of appetite. poisons in the blood. backache
nervousness. headache and tired. listless. run
down feeling. But there's no need to feel lhk:.
that. Listen to J. W. (ardner. Idaville. Ind
He savs: --Electric Bitters are just the thing to
a man when he is all run down. and don't carp
whether he lives or dies. It did more to girl
me new strength and good appetite than any
thin;: I could take. I can now eat anything an<
have a new lease on Life." Only 50) cents. at th
R. It. Loryea Drug Store. Every bottle :uar
Black River Union.
The next meeting of the Black Rivei
Union will be held with Home Brand
church, beginning Friday before the
fifth Sunday in December 1900. This
will be in the closing the nineteenti
Churches composing the Unions wil
please elect delegates as early as pos.
sible. All delegates and visitors whc
expect to come by rail will be met al
Packsville three miles from the churet
if due notice is given to W. A. Bradhant
or J. D. Huggins, Packsville. S. C.
The following is the programme for
Friday, 11:30 A. M.-Devotional ex
ercises for 30 minutes by C. P. Mc
A Leader Among His Brethren: (i
Qualifications of. Jas. E. Tindal: (2
Church's Need of, D. M. Bradham; (3
Pastors' Need of, J. O. Gough.
Sermon at night by G. T. Gresham,
text. Luke 15:10.
Saturday, 10:30 A. M.-Devotional
exercises for 20 minutes by E. D. Rog
Continual Interest in. and Effort for,
the Salvation of the Lost. Among Us,
Attending Our Services Every Sunday.
1) Difficulties and Diseouragements;
(2) Helps and Encouragements, B. P.
Cuttino. T. G. Philips, G. T. Gresham.
Church Discipline: il) Do Churches
Need to Make Rules to Enable Them
to Practice It? or, (2) Is the Letter and
Spirit of the New Testament Sufficient
ly Plain for All Practical Purposes? C.
E. Cuttino. A. P. Hill, J. I. Ayres.
Practical Mission Work in Acts 13
Bible Lesson by M. A. Connors.
Sunday, if the new church building.
now nearly completed is ready, dedica
tion services will be held at 11:30 a. m.,
sermon to be preached by C. C. Brown.
J. D. HUGGINS.
N. B.-Please do not wait till Friday
if you intend coming on the train, for if
you should you will miss one whole day
of the meeting. Come Thursday.
J. D. H.
Don't Miss It !
A great Christmas opportunity! Pres
ents for everybody! My large and
choice selection of Novelties for the
Christmas trade is now ready for the
inspection and approval of all who ap
preciate handsome and appropriate
gifts. Call and see how easy it is to
select one for your wife, mother, sister
or sweetheart. S. R. VENNING.
THE NEW IDEA.
On account of a change in our bus
ness on th'e first of January we are
elling out our entire stock of Mer
handise at greatly
It is a rare chance and big oppor
tunity for all who need goods and
want to save money to buy all they
.an at such low prices as we offer
Men's, Boys' & Childr'en's
having too much on hand, will be
sold positively AT COST.
Our general stock of Shoes, Dry
Goods, Hats, Notions, Furniture,
t.. will be sold at greatly reduced
Our stock must be sold, and it
would be wise for all to come early,
before the stock is picked over.
There are big bargains for you.
COME AT ONCE.
THE NEW IDEA,
M, M. KRASNOFF, Prop.
A G -L-F OIL maized
t.L . alIku of
mk 2allos of t-T
PA.IxT in theo~ w. - 01
Ofyou aint bill. IS n M onx retnarnLE thn
PCREWulT LEAn'v is .Aa:oLU'TELY NOT Pox
SOocs. HiA.'..R P..INT :s made of the 7TCT OE
a'nd^i ground Ri'C-t uERY TUXC. NO trsi t. O
mix, any boy can do It. Itis the coEmlcN SENSE 01
horSE PAZ'NT. No r.ETE p::int Can he tuadO al
Sold and guaranteed by
MANNING, S. C.
R.AMoN's NEIIvE AND BONE OIL
still head the list tond are acknowledged by
all to be t11- great 'onxiuerors of pants,
acehes' and' disea.ses for whbich they are
Raumonl's Relief will positively cume
xainsof all1 k in d-. peh :xs 1eadache. Sick'
Ileadachxe. T1'ooa'he, Neuiralgia, Crampl
(C.die, Pains int th. Stomaxxch and( Bowels,
Diarrh.ea. .M.. x t iaost intatlytA' and, s a
househldl reel for tlhms tsudden sick
nestit lhas no ('lual in xi be world. "Onue
Sampxle bottles l' cent5.
Ramaon's Nerve & Some@ 0i1 is the
originax axxd onxlv -.enuxine Nerve ,.nd Bone
Oil made. I t is just what its xame implies.
arnd pensetratinlg ieticly to the nxerve and
bone, relieves pin, drives away disease
and effeetsa pterim:mentt euSre. A specitic
for Rhleumatism,. Sores. Itruises..Sras
Cuxts, Burns, anal l injuries to the flesh of
eithecr mani or iea-I. Price :n and .5 enits.
Samrple bottles 140 enxts.
The genuine has the namne biowin in thxe
bottle'. The Relief is put txp ix square red
cartooxns axnd tae Oil ixn greexn cartoons.
'rKE NO OTHER
FOR SALE BY
The R. B. Lorvea Drug Store.
Spectacles and Eye-Glasses.
The Diamanta Spectacles and Eye-Glasses not only CLAIM TO BE, but are the best that
science has been able to produce.
The LENSES. as well as the FRAMES. are made by thoroughly SKILLED ARTISANS
and every pair is ground on perfectly scientific principles. They are PERFECLY COLOR
LESS. do not polarize light, have no PRISMATIC COLORS or scattered rays, common to peb
bles and other lenses in use.
The CORE or CENTRE of the Lenses comes DIRECTLY in front of the eye and never
TIRES the eve. but prevents the heated rays from entering : thereby producing a CLEAR and
DISTINCT V~ISION. as in the natural healthy sight.
Their durability is pre-eminent. and while they preserve the sight. their lasting qualities
are such, that frequent changing is unnecessary.
Eminent oculists recommnd and prescribe them as embracing all the merits required to
constitute them the best helps to sight in use.
The eve i: the most delicate organ of the human system. yet it is the most RECKLESSLY
and CARELESSLY used.
Call on our authorized agent. wno will guarantee a perfect fit and charges reasonable. and
who has been instructed in fitting eyes.
FOR SA LE BY
R. B. LORYEA DRUG STORE,
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Prop.
Sign of the Golden Mortar, - - flANNING, S. C.
PHONE NO. 2.
Wagon and Buggy Material,
Mill Supplies. Steam Fittings,
Cane Mills. Evaporators and
Guns, Pistols, Ammunition, -
Guaranteed Pocket Cut
- Paint, -ey
Varnish, Guaranteed Shears,
Enamel Ware, Harness,
Wooden Ware, Saddles,
Sporting Goods, Leather,
a Bicycles and Bicycle Etc.,
m Repairs, Ete.,
Farm Implements, Ec
Sheet Tin, Sheet Iron,
Nails, Wire, Horse Shoes,
Nuts, Bolts, Hammers,
SPunches, Chisels, Files and Saws
SEverything Pertaining to Our LUne,
S We have for a lifetime, on the merits of our goods, built upa
Strade second to none in this county and one of which we are very
proud of, alw ays using the utmost precaution not to have inferior
Smerchandise enter our store and have universally furnished our cus
tomers the highest average values obtainable for the price charged.
SBut with all of this we must keep on telling you about what we
are showing, AND HERE YOU ARE.
New arrivals of Fine Percales and Prints this week are exquis
Sat other stores.
w -orth id Percale, in pretty shade of Cherry Red, at 8c:
3 ard-wide Sea Island Homespun at 5c; cheaper than cotton.
2 Good quality of Mattress Ticking at 54c.
SSea Island H~omespun at 3tc yard that sell at other places for 5e.
SNice Fall Outing, the 6e kind; our price 44c.
Better grades at 8 and 10c.
SThe Royal Blue Calico, standard colors, at 5c that others are sell
Sevefral*c thousand yards good Calico, pretty Patterns, at4:wot
I cnt.Dress Goods. I
15.Fine line of Fancy Plaid Dress Goods, double fold, at 10c; worth
SElegant line of 50c Dress Goods, 36, 38 and 40 inches wide, in
Scluding Zibilines, Figured and Plain Goods, etc.
Wehave the prettiest line of Broadcloths at 99c that our neigh -
Ibors are asking $1.25 for. It will measure 50 inches and five yards
makes the dress.
Our Silks are all right, from 20e to $1.50. The 20c kind makes
elegant linings for your tailored suit.
S Here's~ What You Want for the Home.
I Beautiful line of Rugs and Matting. Lovely Table Covers. Fine
I10-4 Blankets, made of Wool. Good heavy Comforts to keep you
warm. Lamps and Shades and too many other things to mention.
Come and see for yourself.
I Shoes for Your Feet.
IWe have the best Shoes of any other concern in town.
Our Hamilton-Brown Shoes, if you buy one pair you will buy an
other pair, for they are the best Shoes made.
We are giving mighty close prices on Shoes these days.F
SPtrices on Men's Suits have made them move, and we have still a
SSuit for you left. We bought largely of Clothing in all lines and we
=must sell them, and that is why we cut the figures.
3 nStill a few of those $10 Overcoats left to go for $4.99 until all are
Boys' Suits to beat the band.
Our line of Gent's Furnishings are stronger than you will find
Sany where-Suspenders, Neckwear, Socks, Shirts, Collars and Cuffs.
Our line of Mlen's Colored Stiff Shirts, with Cuffs of same at 75c;
I regular $1 Shirts.
SA line of Fancy Shirts, with two Collars, for 49c.
Iour Grocery Department you can get just what you want.
Fi fteen dozen Ladies' Ribbed Undervests, French Model, at 16e;:
Coma to see us and we assure you the best treatment and polite
IS. A. Rigbyl
.The Best te World.
ASK FOR TH This is a pretty stroIg asser- E
tion to make about anything, b
~ .il~LI~Y VIL~but it is the users of Wal-over a
I ~ ~ -~'rShoes who are making such a
statements, simply because a
SHOE they consider that the leather .
deserves it. Give them a trial 3
FOR MEN and if you are not satisfied 2
your MONEY WILL BE RE
The peculiar softness, rich a
e beauty and tensile strength 2
and stylish shapes of our
DREW SELBY & C0.
Has already won for it a large
place in the estimation, of the
ladies of Clarendon county.
One sight will convince you of
its beauty, and one test will Z
demonstrate its merits.
EVERY PAIR CUARANTEED.
We carry the best line of Mis
ses' and Children's Shoes ever 4
seen in Manning, We don't
Copyrignted. ask you to take our word for
it, but come and see for your
OUR LINE of SHOES is COMPLETE.
O Men's, Boys,' Women's and Children's Shoes, from Brogans
to a Fine Patent Leather, and we are not going to be undersold, *
not even by those who claim to be selling at cost.
FOur Entire Line of
CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS,
o SHIRTS, UNYDERWEAR,
HALF HOSE, UMBREL
LAS, DRESS SUIT CASES, b
Etc., in fact everything in our a
line was bought right and
MUST BE SOLD.
We don't mean to do any idle boasting, but we are the only -
G special line merchants in the county and will save you from
10 to 25 Per Cent
o on all goods in our line. Come to see us. _
"M Thanking you for your liberal patronage and hoping to serve
. you in the future, we are
PC. I. DAVIS & Co.~
The Goods must go, and in order to move them we-have put
the knife in the following Goods :
LADIES' CAPES at a great cut price.
MEN'S CLOTHING at a great Slaughter Price.
BOYS' CLOTHING at a great sacrifice.
TABLE COVERS at your own price.
RUGS at your own price.
We have a fie line of
That we have reduced 10 per cent.
TRUNKS and VALISES at a great slaughter price.
SADDLES and HARNESS cheaper than the cheapest.
Our line of
Men's, Ladies' 1.,
and Children's ~110es
Is complete in all grades.
Ladies' Shoes, worth $1.25: our price.. ...... .... .. ...
Ladies' Battle-Axe Shoes, worth $1.50; our price.. .. $1 2
This is no fake affair, but we mean what we say. The goods
must and will be sold at this great cut price.
Give us a call and we will convince you that we will save you
25 per cent on all Goods.
Lo uis Levi.