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MANNING, S. C.. DEC. 19. 19,).
of Jenkinson's Great Holi
day Sale Is Near.
Come while it lasts and
secure some of the great
e t bargains in Holiday
- Goods, Dress Goods, Dry
Goods, Millinery, Shoes
and Clothing, the cheap
est and the best in town.
W. E. JENKINSON.
Notice is hereby given that no advertise
ments will be changes in this paper where
the copy is brought in later than Saturday
Dr. A. P. Montague, president of
Furman University spent yesterday in
Till's! Till's. All the talk of the peo
- Judge T. B. Fraser died at his home
in Sumter last Thursday night. after a
Meet me at The R. B. Loryea Drug
Remember that the tax books close
on the 31st, inst., and in all probability
there will be no extension of time.
Till has the best prices on Fireworks.
Miss. Annie Sue Richbourg's school
about four miles west of Manning will
have an exhibition next Friday evening.
Every day a special sale at Till's
Mrs. J. F. Geiger of Lexington,
mother of the Doctors Geiger of this
'place, is in Manning on a visit to her
Most astonishing values in every de
partment at Till's Racket.
Married last Sunday by Judge of
Probate J. M. Windham. near Jordan.
Mr. S. W. Browder and Miss Hattie
For Sale-Meat Hogs. Apply to J.
L. Eadon, Davis. S. C. [37-4t
Remarkable attractions in the Holi
day Department at S. I. Till's.
The merchants of Manning have
made preparations for the christmas
trade, and the indications are that tb ere
will be a great rush.
We extend a Merry Christmas to our
many patrons. The R. B. Loryea Drug
Where did you get that handsome
Lamp? At Venning's Jewelry Store:
he has a beautiful line.
The grimaces the men put up as
they see their wives shopping these
days has the appearance_ of anything
but a merry Christmas sm-ile.
Atmore's Mince Meat. Seeded Rais
ins, Currants, Citron and Nuts-all
those good things. S. A. Rigby.
The number of scholars enrolled in
the public schools in Clarendon, is
6,40s of this number 2.130 are white and
4,218 are colored. The expenditures
re for whites $11,591,93, colored $4,
Chrstmas comes but once a year.
Read our advertisement elsewhere, it
will re~pay perusal. The R. B. Lory-ea
The scholars of the Packsville Bap
tist Sunday school will have an enter
tainment in the church on Christmas
night. A committee was in Manning
yesterday making purchases for the
2If y-ou want Sterling Silver Novelties
go toS. Rt. Venning. He has them to
suit everybody and everybody's pocket
The Methodist Sunday school of Clar
endon will have a Christmas tree next
Tuesday night and there will also be a
'watch' night" service a week later to
ring out the old and ring in the new
century with a new bell.
Don't let it escape your attention that
our Green and Black Teas are the very
best on the market. The R. B. Loryea
Married by Magistrate J. E. Rich
bourg, Sund'ay evening. Dec. 17th, at
the residence of Mr. J. J. Holladay's,
near Foreston. Mr. J. WV. S. Johnson
and Miss Maggie Strange, daughter of
Mr. J. F. Strange, of Wilson.
The ladies, with their usual good
judgment, affirm that Manderville &
King's Flower Seed are the best. The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Married last Sunday afternoon by
Rev. J. O. Gough, at the residence of
the bride, in Manning, Mr. WV. M. Crass
of Charleston, and Mrs. Ida Gardner,
(widow.) The couple left Monday night
for Charleston where they will make
Do not forget even during the Christ
mas holidays that Longman & Narti
nez's Prepared Paints are the best.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
The compilation of the popular vote
for president has been completed. Ac
ording to the figures, McKinley re
eived 7.263,266 votes, and Bryan 6.413.,
87. McKinley's plurality in 1896 was
01854 and this year it was 847.025, an
increase of 246,025.
A large and beautiful line of Christ
mas and New Year Cards at prices from~
1c to $1.50 at S. R. Yenning's Jewelry
Dr. S. L. Pennington of Knoxville,
Tenn., is now in Manning treating Piles
and other rectal diseases. He comes
here as a friend to suffering huir~aniity.
The treatment is painless. safe and
sure. Come in at once and see him at
the Central Hotel. Consultation and
examination free. [it
A maxim The R. B. Loryea Drug
Store would like to teach: Not how~
heap but how good, not how much
but how strong. Lemon, Vanilla,
Strawberrv, Banana, Rose and all Es
sences uled in flavoring_ are full
strength and of absolute purity.
Parties visiting Charleston will be
able to secure pleasant quarters at
87 Wentworth street. The house is
situated within one block of King street
and the trolley cars run right by the
door. We recommend this house t(
our lady friends especially, when they
C'onforting and Grateful. Walter Ba
ker's Chocolate. W. H. laker's Sweet
Chocolate and Cocoa. Van Houttens
Cocoa is imported from I K!and. The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Governor MeSweeney has in accor
dance with the request of County Chair
man Davis. appointed F. C. l)ickson
Auditor, and S. M. Youmans 'ia.i
trate at Manning. This was done in
ordcr to nermit J. Elbert Davis to take
possession of Sheriff's otiice January 1st
and Mr. Dickson the Auditors office
E ven at Christmas do not forget your
horses. mules. cows and other animals.
The International Stock Food will im
prove them in every way. The L1. ii.
Loryea Drug Store.
On the basis of the information con
tained in 22.'K letters received from
their numerous connections throughout
the South, Messrs. Latham, Alexander
& Co.. estimate this year's cotton crop
at 9,766.910 bales. We are inclined to
tae opinion that this will prove closer
t actual facts than the government es
timate of 10.109.000 bales.
It is well to recollect even during the
Christmas festivities that your pre
-criptions are accurately and compe
:ently tilled by a skilled pharmacist.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Cards are out announcing the mar
riage of Mr. John R. Haynsworth of
Sumter and Miss Bertha Strange of
Rimini. to take place in Calvary Bap
tist church \Vednesday afternoon Jan
nuary 2nd. at 4 o'clock. The gentleman
is a surveyor by professien and a son of
Maj. W. F. B. Haynswocth. and the
lady is a daughter of M1r. Charles E.
The sausage season is fast. approach
ing and you will require Red Pepper,
Sage. Black Pepper, Spice. Cloves. etc.,
etc., to make them toothsome: we have
them. The I:. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Last Saturday a horse, description of
which is published in another column.
was stolen from Mr. Hartwell S. Gay
lard in Sumter, from Burns' lot. Mr.
Gaylard and Mr. Joe David ('handr
have been on trail of the animal ever
since and on yesterday morning they
reached Manning. having tracked the
horse to within three miles of this
place. Mr. Gaylard has a very minute
description in this issue and any per
son recovering the horse for him will
Hamlet might have refer-.'ed to Ten
nev's celebrated Bon Bons and Confec
tions when he exclaimed. 'Sweets to
the sweet." Pound and half pound
boxes. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
This is a day of expansion of thought
as well as trade. and in order to put our
self in position to be of service to our
patrons who desire to keep pace with
the progress of the day. we have effect
ed an arrangement by which we can
supply our patrons with McClures Mag
azine and THE MANNING TIMES com
bined for $2.25 per year in advance.
McClures Magazine is one of the finest
literary journals published, its standard
is highand its corps of contributors are
among the most able in the world. A
reader of this Magazine is a searcher
after knowledge, and we know of no
better or more profitable reading than
can be found in the pages of this cele
brated Magazine. No library is com
plete without it. We offer McClures
Mlagazine and THE MIANNING TIMES
for $2.23 per year.
Adorn your' Christmas trees by deco
ating them with artistically designed
andied Figures. Birds. Trees. Babies.,
Soldiers. etc.: your Christmas trees will
hen present an attractive appearance.
[he R. B. Lor'yea Drug Store.
The veterans' meeting which was
alled by Judge J. H. Mahoney. took
lace last Monday in the court house.
hirty-three persons were piresent and
he meeting was organized by the elec
tion of Capt. D. J. Bradham chairman,
nd Hon. Geo. RI. Jones secretary. The
:hairman on assuming the chair, stated
the object of the meeting, after which
a ballot was taken for members of the
:ounty pension board, which resulted
as follows: J. H. Mahoney, D. J. Br'ad-'
am. A. J. Richbourg and I. N. Tobias.
The selection, we think, might have
been better by having some one from
the Salem section on the board, because
that section of the county certainly sent
its portion to the war and the interests
of thle pensioners living in the Salem
section deserved a representative on:
the board. However, the board selec
ted should carry out the letter as well
as the spirit of the law, and where they~
find a man or woman drawing a pension
whom the law does not contemplate
should, they should do the needy pen
sioners the' justice by taking the ude
serving from the list, but by all means
leave no deserving man or woman ofT.
The man with the hoe will not forget
that we handle Feriry's and Crossman's
Garden Seed and that we are agents for
T. W. Wood & Sons' Famous Seed: for
their excellence they obtained the gold
medal at the Paris Exposition of 1900.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
You have used all!
sorts of cough reme-!
!dies but it does not!
yield; it is too deep!
seated. It may wear!
itself out in time, but
it is more liable to:
e produce la grippe,:
pneumonia or a ser-!
ous throat affection.!
You need something!
that will give you i
strength and build j
up the body.
will do this when everythingI
else fails. There is no doubt
about it. It nourishes,
a strengthens, builds up and~
makes the body strong and |
Shealthy, not only to throw:i
off this hard cough, but to!|
~fortify the system against:i
further attacks. If you are1i
run down or emaciated you
- should certainly take this:a
nourishing food medicine. -
ao. ar~d $z 0o, aU druggss a
:scoTT & BOWNE, chemists, New. Yor. *
Th.' county board of eomissioners
held a special iee.tintln last Saturday
and approved the bonds of the newly
elected county otlicers. They also
heard arg-ument in the matter of the
new road between Manning and Sum
Imerton. and from what we can learn,
those objecting to the road running as
contemplated. are seriously thinking of
praying to the court for a writ of in
junction to stop operations on the new
road: if this is done the county will be
involved in a law suit which' is to be
regretted, because no matter if the
county wins, it means a heavy expense
to the taxpayers. We hope the com
missioners, in the performance of their
duty will be able to manage this road
matter so as to steer clear of the courts.
The board meets the first Saturday in
.Januarv. This will be the final meeting
for the present fiscal year, and those
having claims against the county should
have them in on that day so as they
may be approved by the board that con
tracted the debt. The term of the
present members of the board to act
with the Supervisor, will expire with
the next meeting. and their successors
will be appointed to begin where they
left off. Supervisor Owens informs us
that the result of hs b;eng rgnired to
look after the seed cotton licerses has
had the effect of putting into the treas
urv about $1100. He complains of the
lack of observance of the law with re
gard to purchasing seed cotton at night:
this. he says, is commonly violated and
he has no way of enforcing the law. In
our opinion. there is no chance of en
forcing this, or any other law in a com
munity where the people affected mur
mer not. If the people in a community
want to put a stop to the purchase of
seed cotton at night they can do so,
but if they choose to submit to it, either
by their silence or sanction there is no
way to break it up. the law in such a
community is a nullity, and the people
themselves are to blame for such a con
The financial condition of the county
is good, and unless something unfore
seen happens there is every reason to
believe that a still further reduction of
taxes will be made. The writer being
une of the Representatives, will have
something to do with making the in
vestigation into the county's financial
condition, and if the results pan out
with the estimates. he can assure the
people in advance of the convening of
the General Assembly that the tax levy
will, based on the present property val
uation, be at least one mill less than
the present levy, should however the
property assessment be larger as we
believe it will be, then the reduction
in the levy will be more than one mill:
our calculation is that it takes about
$10.000 per year for the county's needs,
and if 3 mills will raise $10,000 for
county purposes there is no need for 4
mills. W desire to impress on the minds
of our readers that when the writer
and the delegation with which he served
the past two sessions were elected,
there was a reduction of $100,000 in the
assessed valuation of the taxable prop
erty, and notwithstanding this condi
tion to face, the delegation, together
with the economy of the board of com
missioners. managed to wipe out the
debt entirely and reduce the levy also.
Now the county is out of debt and
the sources of income are greater, we
therefore look for a healthy and strong
er condition, with a time coming when
the revenues will be sufficient to put
the county on a cash basis and have
enough money without raising the tax
levy to build a new jail and other im
rovements which are sadly needed.
The question of building a new jail
having been submited to the people,
and they liaving voted against the pro
ject, precludes the writer from casting
his vote in the Senate in favor of any
legislation which will be needed for
the building of a jail, no matter how
inadequate the present jail is We re
gard the vote taken as a command to
the representatives and we shall obey
Prevented a Tragedy.
Timely information riven Mrs. George Long
of New straitsville. Ohio. prevented a dreadful
tragedy and saved two lives. A frightful cough
had long kept her awake every night. She had
tried many remedies and doctors but steadily
grew worse until urged to try Dr. King's New
Discovery. One bottle wholly cured her, and
she writes this marvelous medicine also cured
Mr. Long of a severe attack of pneumonia.
Such cures are positive proof of the matchless
merit of this grand remedy for curing all throat.
chest and lung troubles. Only 50c and St. Ev
ry bottle guaranteed. Trial hottles free at the
R. B. Loryea drug store. 6
It is well to look after your poultry,
particularly as it is so near Christmas.
Internationial Poultry Food is the thing
for them. The Rl. B. Loryea Drug
A Sad Death.
It seems that the dark winged angel
of death is hovering over Workman
and rapidly calling away loved ones.
This time Mrs. Craig Burgess was
called away. She was much loved by
all who knewv her, because of her love-.
liness of face and integrity of charac
She was an active member of Mid
way Presbyterian church. having
united with'that church in early wo
She was confined to her room only a:
week and two days. but was never
heard to complain. She bore her sick
ness only as one sustained by the grace
of God could bear it. Her friends and
loved ones knew of her illness and
could see that she w-as growing weaker,
vet it was a shoek wvhen it did come, as
death always is.
WVhile she lay so cold and still in
death all hearts'were bound in sorrow.
Yet we should not forget that hearts
that have not been touched by sorrow
are rude and untaught.
Sorrow is a gentle teacher, making
us understand many things that we
could not without it.
The entire community feel the loss.
and cannot forget the form. Our
thoughts love to linger on the kind and
loving wvords so often spoken by her.
Rev. JTames McDowell spoke very
forcibly. offering words of consolation
to all.' Many friends and loved ones
accoplanied the remains to its last
resting place. As the body was slowly
being lowered, a hush fell over the
concourse. The grave wvas beautifully
covered with flowers.
Our heartfelt sympathies go out to
the bereaved ones. May the God of
all love and peace sustain them.
Workmnan. S. C., Dec. 16, 1900.
Are grand. but skin eruptions rob life of joy.
Buckln's Arnicat Salve cures them. also old.
runing and lever sores. ulcers, boils, felons.
corns. warts. eur s. bruises. burns. scalds. chap
ped hands. chilblains. Best Pile Cure on earth.
Drives out pains and aches. Only:1.5 cents a box.
Cure guaranteed. Sold by the R. 11. Loryea
drug store. .6
A great Christmas opportunity: Pres
ents for everybody: My large and
choice selection of Novelties for the
Christmas trade is now iready for the
inspection and appr~loval of all who ap
preciatec handsome and appropriate
ifts. C.all and see how easy- it is to
select one for your wife, mother, sister
or sweethear-t.. S. Rl. VENNING.
The Manning Academy.
The Academy will reopen Monday.
Jauary 7, 1901.
-. Commercial Department, includ
ing Shorthand, Typewriting and Book
keeping wvill be in charge of a compe
tent gentleman. ?or terms, address
Mrs. E. C. ALSBROOK,
A handsome line of Black E-bonv
Goods. Sterling Silver Mounted, in
Brush and Comb Sets. Gent's Traveling
Sets. Military Brushes, Shaving Sets
and numer-ous other articles, suitable
for Crstas <rifts at S. RI. Vennings.
-Story of a Slave.
To t- bound hand and foot for years i th:
chains of disease is the worst form of slavery
George I). Williams of Manchester. Mich.. t-l1
how such a slave was made free. He savs: "J.B
wife has been so helpless for live years that sh
could not turn over in bed alone. After usin;
two bottles of Electrie Bitters. she is wonder
fully iniproved and able to do her own work.
This suprene remedy for female diseases quick
ly cures nervousness. sleeplessness. melancholy
headache. backache. faintine and dizzy spells
This miracle working medicine is a godsend tc
weak. sickly. run down people. Every botthI
ruaranteed. Only 50 cents. Sold by the R. B
Lorye & drug store.
Black River Union.
Let all the churches composing the
Black River Baptist .nion bear in
mind that the next meeting is at Home
Branch church, three miles from
Paeksville. December 28-:30. 1900.
.J. D. HUc;INS.
Bismarc'k's Iron Nerve
Was the result of his splendid health. Indom
itable wi and tremendous energy are not found
where stoinach. liver. kidneys and bowels are
out of order. If you want the ualitics andi th
success they brine, use Dr. King's New Life
Pi!.. They develop every power of brain and
bodv. Only '5 cents at the R. B. Loryea dru;
Summerton, Dec. 13.-Dr. J. M. Fiad
ger, wto has been practicing medicine
here for the past several years. has
moved to Spartanburg.
Rev. J. C. Bailey and bride have re
turned from a tour through Washing
ton and other points, and will spend
the Christmas holidays at the home of
the bride's father. Mr. M. S. Cantey.
Mr. Bailey has resigned the pastorate
of the Summerton church and will
make his future home at Tirzah. in
Mr. J. D. Rutledge of Washington.
D. C.. has been in town for several days
arranging for the removal of his family
to this place as his future home.
Miss Addie Burgess of Statesburg is
visiting Miss Katie Anderson.
Miss Mamie Scarborough of Bishop
ville is at the home of her brother-in
law, Dr. W. R. Mood.
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. in. to 12:30 p.
tn.: 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'.
If men were serpents, th? woods
would be full of female snake charmers.
"his signature is on crery box of the genuinc
Laxative Bromo=Quinine Tablct
.he remedy that curfs a cold In one das
Before marriage a man swears to
love. After marriage he loves to swear.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Leading Drug Store
OF CLARENDON COUNTY
Present the compliments of the season
to their many friends and patrons in
Manning. Clarendon and adjoining
Counties and take pleasure in inform
ing them that they can supply their
wants for the
no matter how fastidious their tastes
Remember Absent Friends
by presenting them with any of the
Beautiful and Artistic Articles,
Ladies' Purses and Wallets, Sterling
Silver Fittings-all prices.
Lamps - a varied assortment - all
Pictures and P'icture Frames-all
Figures and Ornaments from the
markets of England, France. Germany
and Austria-all prices.
Cups and Saucers, a complete collec
tion, and at all prices.
Mirrors. Photograph Frames and Al
Toilet Sets complete, beautiful de
signs and colors, $2.25 to $5.
Vases-the largest and most artistic
line ever displayed in Manning. We
can surely please the most exacting.
Appointments for the Table. You
can make your tables present an attrac
tive appearance at a small outlay.
Novelties in Green and White Glass
ware at 10 cents each--a full line.
C;hristmas Cards-Full line, beatuti
fully illustrated and with charming
Box Paper. Writing Tablets, Visiting
Cards, Inks-all colors, Pen and Pen
holders: in fact everything pertaining
to the needs of the writer.
Books-Cloth and Paper Editions
all prices and titles that spare will not
permit us to mention.
Tennev's Fine Bon Bons in superb
boxes, used by the elite of society, Pea
Extracts. Cologne, Toilet Waters, in
attractive bottles and boxes-all p~rices.
Toilet Soap-Every imaginable make.
Requisites for the Toilet.
Brushes and Combs, Nail and Tooth
Brush, Hand Mirror and Comb in
Sets, Hand Decorated.
Everything to please the children.
The largest and best assorted line of
Candy to be seen anywhere.
We could go on enumerating indefi
nitely, but it would require all the col
umns of THE MANNING TIMES to do
so so we must desist, but our friends
and patrons are most cordially invited
to call and inspect our large stock and
they will readily realize that the half
has not been told.
We atdd wvhat the public is so fully
aware of. that we have the most thor
MODERN ORUC STORE IN CLARENDON COUNTY.
WMr. J. E. Arant, Ph. G., is in
charge of our Prescription Department.
WMiss Olivia Ingram will be glad
to serve her friends with that courteous
attention whl1ich has always character
11fl R. II. [ORY[l DRU 810R[.
ISAAC NM, LORYEA, Proprietor,
Sifin of the
- - Golcien Mortar,
*MANNINC, S. C.
'l=HONE NO. 2.
BRD & THARP,
PRACTITIONERS OF MEDICINE
Calls promptly answered day or night
I CADES, S. C.
Our LowPriced Goods
Within the Reach of All Purses.
WE DEFY COMPETITION!
WE BEAT THE STATE!
We purchase'd our goods months ago and our forehandednes is
reflected in every price we name you. If you only knew the factry
and mill prices on goods now Sou would know how to appreciate the
prices we are offering goods at now. We are selling goods now at
really less than what they can be put in our house today.
We have a few more bales of yard-wide Sea Island Homespun
Best Calicos made at Sc. We have the cheaper grade goods aiso.
5lb. Quilt Rolls for 75e, our neighbors are selling at $1.
We are right up to you on anything.
L ADIES -:- -:- -:. -:
If you need a second Hat we can make one for you at only a
'"TIFLE.'' for we don't like to carry over any goods in that
line. Come in and see our Milliner and see what she can do
See our Remnant counters ....
They have some goods on them that will put you to thinking.
Remember our great values in
If you have seen them then y u know what they are. and if
not you have missed somethibg.
If you don't see what you want then ask for it.
Yours for true values.
8. 1. T I L.. L., Proprietor
Wagon and Buggy ,Material, z
Mill Supplies, Steam Fittings,
Cane Mills, Evaporators and
Guns, Pistols, Ammunition,
Guaranteed Pocket Cut
Varnish, Guaranteed Shears,
Enamel Ware, Harness,
Wooden Ware, Saddles,
Sporting Goods, Leather, i
Bicycles and Bicycle Etc., S
R~epairs, Et., i
Sheet Tin, Sheet Iron,
SNails, Wire, Horse Shi >es,
SNuts, Bolts, Hammers,
SPunches, Chisels, Files and Saws
Everything Pertaining to Our ina
flF I GBHY'S g
IFor Hioliday Shoppers
_ARE SIMPLY MARVELOUS.
Just after Christmas we begin taking stock and we want to reduce
Sour entire stock to a small lump and we are making things hum
Swhen it comes to prices in order to do so.
Ladies' Fine Dress Goods going for almost a song and we dance to
__ Staple Dry Goods at the samte o1(1 prices before the advance in
$2,500 Stock of Men's and Boy's
to be sold between now and Christmas, and it's your chance to get a
~ ood Suit for a mighty small price.
SShoes, Shoes--More Shoes. i
Tepeople are still singing Rigby's praise for selling the best
We have a large stock of Shoes to be sold by January 1st and you
shudsee us and purchase a pair while they are low down.
Remember the HAMILTON-BROWN SHOE COMPANY will
giv e to ev ery child born in 1901 a pair of Shoes and you get them
from S. A. RIGBY. They don't cost you anything.
_ A DOLL FREE!
When you buy ten cents worth of Toys for cash from us. call for
a ticket entitling you to a chance at the Lovely Dressed Doll that we
will give away Xmas eve night.
Our display of
are replete and you will find them cheaper than elsewhere. These
I are facts.E
We are showing a lovely line of tine China Cups and Samucers, Pin
Trav. Bisque Figures for Match Safes.
IAll kinds of Fireworks.
Ex.pr ess and Pony Wagons.
S Doll Car riages, etc.
In fact we have something for everybody.
We are making prices to move Blankets and Comforts while the
cod'ave is on.
Me~4rry Christma~ to A11.
I OLD RELIABLE
JS. A. Rig-byie
HOLI D AY SIAILEISI
The largest stock of Holi
day Goods in town, at the
of Dry Goods, Fine Dress Goods, Fine Milli
nery Goods, Shoes, Clothing and Hats.
Everything will be sold at reduced prices du
ring our great Holiday Sale.
Our entire stock of Gent's and Children's Clothing must be
sold by Christmas.
A great Slaughter Sale of Fine Dress Goods and Fine Milli
ery Goods. They must be sold, so just come with the cash and
;et the goods at your own prices.
You can buy goods cheaper at our store than anywhere else,
md at the same time stand the chance of getting one of our four
prizes offered to CASH BUYERS.
Our line of
Fine Holiday Goods
is the largest ever shown in Manning, consisting of Fine Deco
rated Chinaware, Vases, Cups and Saucers, Salad Dishes, Cracker
Jars and the like.
Also Fine Dressing Cases, Cuff and Collar Boxes, Glove Cases
and the like, suitable for presents for young men and young ladies.
Two hundred dozen nice Handkerchiefs of every kind for
You must come anad see us, as we will stand in the front ranks
when it comes to Holiday selling.
W. E. JENKINSON.
(THAT COUNTRY LAD.)
SThe Best in te World.
ASK Fon Te. This is a&pretty strong asser
e * but 2~it ihve ems ofale
FOR MEN and if MONEare nt satisfed
& r FUNDED.
beauty and tensile strengt
and stylish shapes of our
DREW SELBY &00O.$
. * Ladies' Shoe
Has already won for it a large
4 place in the estimation of the
ladies of Clarendon county.
One sigt wil convienesy of
W/ demonstrate its merits. -
EVERY PAIR CUARANTEED.
We carry the best line of Mis
ses' and Children's Shoes ever
seen in Manning, We don't
Coyahtd sk you to take our word for
it, but come and see for your
OUR INE of SHOES is COMPLETE.
S Men's, Boys,' Women's and Children's Shoes, from Brogans
Sto a Fine Patent Leather, and we are not going to be undersold,
C not even by those who claim to be sellhag at cost.
~Our Entire Line of
CLT INHATS, CAPS,
HQ L H OSE, .UMBREL
4LAS, DRESS SUIT CSS
SEtc., in fact everything in our
Sline was bought right and
+ MUST BE SOLD.
S We don't mean to do any idle boasting, but we are the only
Sspecial line merchants in the county and will save you from
10 to 25 Per Cent
on aningod nyour 1or you liberal patronage and hoping to serve
Syou in the future, we are
Respectfully yours, -
ICE. DAIS & CO.I