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MANNING. S. C.. FEB. 20. 1901.
There is Always Something New to
be Seen at The Jenkinson Dry
One . the newest things to be seen
now at our store is a beautiful and most
es:quisite line of Draperies in some very
attractive styles and colorings.
Now is the time to commence think
ing about fixing up your rooms for the
spring and you can find just what you
need right here at our store. Beauti
ful line of Draperies also. The largest
stock of Mattings, Floor Oil Cloths and
Rugs to be found in our town.
We would be much nieased to have
the ladies call and look over our splen
did line of Housefurnishing Goods. We
do not care whether they buy or not,
possibly it may open up the way for a
sale some future day.
Our beautiful line of early spring
Percales and Shirting Print Calicos is
already on hand, ready for the inspec
tion of the ladies.
- 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
Solicitor Wilson is holding court at
Paints that stay painted-L. & M.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Hon. E. R. Plowden of the Fork,
was among the visitors in Manning
Our Acme Green and Black Tea sup
plies a long felt want. The R. B. Lor
yea Drug Store.
Hon. J. M. Richardson of Panola was
in Manning yesterday on business in
the court house.
"Be sure and give it a thorough test,
and find that Fairy Soap is the best."
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Miss Mattie Rhame of the Columbia
Presbyterian College for Women is
spending a few days at home.
"To have and to hold" trade is to ex
tend uniform courtesy and attention to
all. The' R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
The county board of pensions were in
session last Monday and approved
about one hundred applications.
Dr. Curtin's Headache Powders have
a county reputation; give almost in
stant relief. The R. B. Loryea Drug
Mr. L. B. Gibson was in town last
Monday and informed us of the good
fortune which befell him last Friday
the .birth of a daughter.
It is now conceded by all gnokers
that The Rio Hondo is the very best 5c
cigar'ever sold in Manning. The Re
B. Loryea Drug Store.
Misses May Wilson and Mamie An
derson, after spending a few days in
Columbia, doing the sigh ts of that live
city, returned home Satur day night..
The New York Journal contains the
latest political and war news from all
pa rts of the globe. We are agents.
The R.B. Loryea Drug Store.
Professor J. G. Clinkscales of Wof
ford College lectured at the Institute
last Friday night and all enjoyed' it.
,He should have had a much larger au
You labor in vain if you do not plant
the genuine Bliss' Triumph and Early
Rose Seed Potatoes. Of course we
carry the genuipe. The R. B. Loryea
The list of township assessors was
handed into the Governor's office some
time last week and as soon as we are
notified of their appointment we will
publish tneir names in THE TTMEA
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store will refund you
vour money if you are not satisned after using
IChamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
They cure disorders of the stomach. biliousness,
constipation and headache. Price, 25 cents.
Deputy Sheriff J. W. Herriot, in at
tempting to arrest William Wilson,
colored, this morning on Mr. W. T.
*Lesesne's place, accidentally shot and
killed him while trying to put handcuffs
on the prisoner.
Miss Lucie Barron, State Librarian,
came home last Saturday night to spend
a few days. Her many friends were de
lighted to see her and express in per
son their delight at her grand success.
Miss Barron returned to her post of
Millions of people are familiar with
DeWitt's Little Early Risers and those
who use them find them to be famous
little liver pills. Never gripe. The R.
B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea
Yesterday the large bell at the Moses
Levi Memorial Institute got loose from
its fastenings and came down through
the belfry, crashing with its ponderous
weight all before it and buried itself
into the auditorium floor, splintering
the overhead ceiling of the first floor.
Fortunately none of the children were
near and no further damage than fright
to the little ones was had.
Professor J. G. Clinkscales delivered
a lecture in the Methodist church last
Sunday morning, after which a collec
tion w'as taken up for the relief of the
church debt. The sum of $1,200 was
raised, being a sufficient amount to pay
off the de'ot and place the edifice in po
sition for dedication Professor Clink
scales also delivered a very interesting
address at the Epworth League rally
Persons who can not take ordinary
pills find it a pleasure to take DeWitt's
Little Early Risers. They are the
best little liver p ills ever made. The
R. B. Lryea Drug Store, Isaac M.
Clarendon county has an opportunity
to make herself known to the outside
world. There should be a mass meet
ing called by the exposition commis
stoners to put on foot measures towards
securing a creditable exhibit at the ex
position from this county. Let us be
gin this work early and urge the farm
ers to make special efforts to grow fine
cotton, tobacco, all kinds of grain and
other products, and select specimens for
Magistrate Youmans on last Monday
i uposed a fine of $25.00 on Kay Ridge
way, convicted before him for carrying
concealed weapons. The circumstances
are as follows: Sometime last August
Ridgeway shot a fine hunting dog be
longing to Mr. R. H. Davis, -and, whe~
Mr. Davi.; went out to ascertain the
cause. Ridgeway acknowledged shoot
ing the dog and at the same time put
his hand on his pistol as if in the act
to draw, whereupon Mr. Davis knocked
him down, took the weapon away andI
brought it in to the Magistrate. Ridge
way has sued Mr. Davis for $3000 dam
Capt. Edgar N. Plowden of Brew
ington who, if not the oldest Tillman
ite in the county. by far one of the
liveliest men of 'is i. in the State,
was in town last enday and to the edi
tor of this paper he gave very pro
nounced views on the ship subsidy bill
now pending in Congress. Captain
Plowden is a great reader and keeps
posted on all important questions, State
and national. and his opinion mn such
matters merits attention.
Working Night and Day.
The busiest and mightiest little thing that
ever was made is Dr. King's New Life Pills.
Every pill is a sugar-coated globule of health.
that changes weakness into strength. listless
ness into energy. brain-fag into mental power.
They're wonderful in building up the health.
Only 25c. per box. Sold by the it. B. Loryea
Recognizing the impossibility of the
county superintendent of schools to
visit the schools and keep his office
open for the sale of books at the same
time the delegation made provisions to
enable that officer to employ some one
to keep the office open during the
school term every day. The snperin
tendent is allowed $75 for the purpose
of employing help, and we hope he will
think it advisable to permit some young
lady to make this money.
Reports show a greatly increased 1
death rate from throat and lung trou- t
bles, due to the prevalence of croup, t
pneumonia and grippe. We advise the
use of One Minnte Cough Cure in all of
these difficulties. It is the only harm- C
less remedy that gives immediate re- f
sults. Children like it. The R. B. I
Loryea Druz Store, Isaac M. Loryea e
The town council should take imme
diate isteps to have Manning make a
creditable show at the exposition. We
have spoken to some of the councilmen
and have given them our views on this
subject and we are glad to say that our d
views made an impression. When the
council meets again we should like for Y
those of the council who have heard a
and approve our ideas that they urge
immediate action. A first class exhibit
from this town can be had at a compar
ative low cost and no stone should be
unturned to bring it about. o
How to Cure the Grip. C
Remain quietly at home and take Chamber- n
lain's Cough Remedy as directed and a quick il
recovery is sure to follow. That remedy coun- c
teracts any tendency cf the grip to result in d
pneumonia, which is really the only serious s
danger. Among the tens of thousands who have I
used it for the grip not one case has ever been s:
reported that did not recover. For sale by The p
I. B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryea,
In accordance with a joint resolution
of the General Assembly the County E
Commissioners will have to employ
some suitable person to examine the
books of the county officers for the past
ten years, and as this is required by the
law, we would advise the grand jury e
against putting the county to the ex
pense of having an expert who does ab
solutely nothing but draw 5 per day
for four days and write out the present- t
ment that any school boy can write out
in ten minutes. The $20 annually s
thrown away for what is termed an ex
pert can be saved this year and put on
to the pay of an expert who will have
power to make an expert examination.
Brave Men Fall
victims to stomach. liver and kidney troubles
as well as women. and all feel the results in loss 11
of appetite. poisons in the blood, backache.
nervousness, headache and tired. listless, run
down feeling. But there's no need to feel like
that. Listen to J. W. Gardner, Idaville, Ind. tl
He says: "Electric Bitters are just the thing for a
a man when he is all run down, and don't care
whether he lives or dies. It did more to giveU
me new strength and good appetite than any- 'I
thing I could take. I can now eat anything and c
have a new lease on life." Only 50 cents, at the
R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Every bottle guar-e
anteed. 3 nl
Miss Bertha Robinson, who went on tl
from here several weeks ago, has now tl
gone to Manning where she is employed b
in the millinery department of S. I.
Till's large store. Miss Bertha gave t
very high satisfaction in the millinery p
department of the Caldwell Dry Goods e
Co., who regretted to give her up. She a
possesses in a large measure that fine f
taste so necessary to a milliner. In a
addition to her natural endowments for d
this work, she enjoyed fine trainig in r
Baltimore. Before the spring season si
she will go to New York for further
training. Mr. Till is to be congratu- t
lated in having Miss Bertha in his ser- e
vice, and the people. of Manning no i
doubt will soon learn to value her for v
the fine qualifications she possesses for a
her work. Winnsboro News and Her- e
For the weakness and prostration fcl- e
lowing Grip, - there is nothing sot
prompt and effective as One Minuse
Cough Cure. This preparation is high
ly endorsed as an unfailing remedy for
all throat and lung troubles and its o
early use prevents consumption. It P
was made to cure quickly. The R. B. d
Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea, t
every bottle of SCOT'1S EMUL- r
SION inl the World, whlichi noW t
aaonts to many1 miliusyer1.
T1his great business hlas growni to y
First;-Because the proprietors
have always been most careful in
selecting the various ingredients1
used in its composition, namely;
the finest Cod Liver Oil, and the 1
Second:-Because they have so
skillfully combined the various
ingredients that the best possible
results are obtained by its use.1
Third-Because it has made so
many sickly, delicate children
strong and healthy, given health
nd rosy- cheeks to so many pale,
anaemic girls, c.nd healed the lungs
and restored to full health, so many
thousands in the first stages of
I! vou have not trig d it. send for free sample,
its areeable taste will suronrse von.
SOr& BOWNE, chemists.
4o.415 Pearl Street, New York.
sc. and $x.co: a n druggists.
A Romantic Marriage.
Fngagements, marriages, etc., always
areate interest in the minds of average
pcople, and whenever a marriage oc
curs unexpectedly and the public were
mot given an opporturity to discuss it
horoughly before hand, they are amaz
?d, if not disappointed. Quite an un
expected and romantic marriage occur
red in Charleston about eleven o'clock
ast Thursday night, the contracting
?arties being Mr. Allaa C. Bradham of
SManning and Miss Willie Wright. of
'layton, Ala. A few weeks ago Miss
Wright came to Manning to visit the
amity of Mr. D. M. Bradham, and re
1ew an old family friendship that ex
sted years ago, and although the young
RIr. Bradham had never met her before,
,et only a few days sufficed for him tol
>ecome a victim of cupids arrows. A I
ase of love at first sight was at once
et up. and to the young suitors' happy
elight was soon reciprocated. Like
nost young lovers who woo and win, or
tre wooed and won, they told not their
;ecret, but it could not altogether be
idden that cupid was getting in some
ood work. When the young couple
oarded a train last Thursday afternoon
o go to Kingstree to attend a reception
io one dreamed of the plans that were
o well laid, and it was a surprise the
text day when the young groom's
ather received a teleg ram from Char
eston announcing their marriage and
-equesting that they be met at the
rain the next morning. Instead of
;ing to Kingstree taey went on to
harleston and drove -.o the residence
f the Rev. J. Walter Daniel, who per
ormed the marriage ceremony, and the
text day the happy ycung couple pro
eeded to enjoy themselves taking in
They were met by quite a party of
'oung friends upon arriving het'e and
Lave received many congratulations.
They will shortly pay a visit to Ala
>ama to make amends with the good
'old folks" there, which will easily be
.one when they meet Mr. Bradham and
earn that he is a promising young bus
ess man of excellent habits, and one
ltogether worthy of a bride with so
1any charming graces.
Millions Given Away.
It is certainly gratifying to the public to know
f one concern in the lanc. who are not afraid to
e generous to the needy and suffering. The
roprietors of Dr. Kings New Discovery for
onsumption, Coughs and Colds, have given
way over ten million trial bottles of this great
iedicine: and have the sat isfaction of knowing
has absolutely cured thousands of hopeless
ases. Asthma. bronchitis. hoarseness and all
isases of the throat. chest and lungs are
trely cured by it. Call at the R. B. Loryea
drug Store and get a free :rial bottle. Regular
ze 50c. and $i. Every bottle guaranteed* or
rice refunded. 3
Major Richardson's Position
ditor The Manning Timcs:
In THE TIMEs of the 13th inst., un
er the headline "Capital Correspond
ace" the writer says he regards the
ffort which was made to secure an ap
ropriation of an additional one hun
red thousand dollars each for the pen
ions and the public schools as insin
are, and designates it a "trick to fool
se masses" and "stage playing for po
tical effect." This is a sweeping as
ertion and embraces all those who sup
orted the measures; and, as I come
nder the bead of these, I want to 'give
iy reasons for advocating and voting
)r the said appropriations.
I wish to assure my constituents that
supported these measures in all earn-.
tness, and assert that I was in no way
istigated by any motive to deceive the
eople nor to advance my political in
rests. There can be no better use
2at the revenues of the State can be
pplied to, in my judgment, than to ed
cate the children of the country.
'hey are the ones whao will follow us in
>ming years and take part in the gov
rnment of the State and country, and
o one who was present and heard all
iat has been broughtaout in the "Child
abor" question, can doubt any longer
le necessity of giving to the young of
ie country every advantage we can
estow upon them.
I was a member of the joint commit-:
e of the Senate and House during thc
resent session, when the sittings were
xtended to three afternoons, and
-here employers and employees .were
illy heard ori this subject and where
iay visitors atte:nded through the
eep interest they felt in the matter.
he earnest concern evinced in the*
abject led to a discussion of the im
ortance of universal education advan
tges which should be extended the
bildren, not alone to those who work
i factories, but to all classes of the
oung. There can be no doubt that
is investigation and all attending cir
umstances connected with the matter,
as turned the public mind into a new
annel, aud I predict a livelier inter
st each year will be taken in educa
onal development throughout this
In regard to pensions, it is well
nown that there is not a State which
nee belonged to the Confederacy that
ays its old soldiers as poorly as this
oes, and I took occasion on the floor of
he House to point out that it would
ot be many years before the General
Lsembly of South Carolina will re
ret that there is not a man of them
it, not one of those old soldiers, to ex
and a helping hand to. It will then be
o late and the opportunity lost. Let
s give them while we may. I say
nd so far from excusing myself for the
osition I took, I say now that I will
ote a like sum to them the coming
ession unless assured that the majority
f the people of Clarendon are opposed
3 it, when, of course, I should yield to
eir wishes at the expense .of my own
ishes and opinions. I admit that this
Snot a propitious time for any in
rease of appropriations, but the diffi
ulty would only be for a year, and any
bstacle thrown in the wvay of giving
id to these two institutions might re
ailt fatally to their procuring assistance
The State's affairs, like private call
gs, requires more funds some years
an others. This happens to be one
rhen it has had extraordinary demands
pon her, but I feel sure that beyond.
his period the conditions will be such
s to enable us to meet these wants
rithout 'any increase in taxes.
The appropriatio:1 to the South Caro
ina Interstate and West Indian Expo
ition, with an increase in those to
Vinthrop and the South Carolina Col
age with some other sums it was found
navoidable to bestow, has borne heav
. otf the revenues of the State. but
fter the present fiscal year there is no
eason why the schools and pensions
bould not be bettEr looked after and
reated with grea:er generosity than
These are some of my reasons for
olding the position I do on the above
uestions, and I p:ediet and look for
card to a speedy realiz.ation of the
opes of those who are interested in
heir accomplishment. The General
ssembly can make the appropriation,
>t it has no power to equitably dis
ribute the mnone; among those enti
led to receive it. This is the duty of
he veterans themselves, and should be
refully looked into by them. They
hould appoint on:e of their number in
lach township to report such parties as
ire eligible t) receive pensions and to
>roperly classify ne appllicants. so as to
estow on thcse in actual want and ne
lessity the greatest possible amount of!I
he funds donated by the State to that
As I stated above. it is onlv for a
~hort time nowv that we shall have the
>rivlege of helping them, and in all
incerity I say let us do this thing while
.t is yet in our power to render them
HIENRY B. RICHARDSON.
MARYLAND CASUALTY CO. sells
Accident and Hiealth Insurance Poli
:es. They are liberal and up-to-date.
See F. N. WILSON, Agent,
A4_A+'i Manning. S. ('
Red Hot from the Gur:
Was the ball that hit C. B. Steadnan of New
ark. Mich.. in the Civil war. It eas.ed horrible
ukers that no treatment helped for -u years.
Then Bucklen's Arnica Salve cure( him. Cures
cuts. bruises. burns. hclls. felonls. corns. -kin
eruptions. Best pile cure on cart t,. -e. 1 a
box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by t ic R. B. Lor
yea Dreg Store.
Forty-first session began January 7,
1901. Thorough preparation for any
college. Individual teaching. Tuition.
$1 to $4 per month.
IMRS. E. C. ALSUROOK.
There is always danger in using
counterfeits of DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve. The original is a safe and cer
tain cure for wiles. It is a son-hing and
healing salve for sores and :li skin dis
eases. The I. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
The native dress of the be.ter class
of Japanese of both sexes is a loose
wrapper, open at the chest asd at the
waist confined by a girdle.
Like bad dollars. all counterfeits of
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve are worth
less. The original quickly cures piles.
ores and all skin diseases. The I:. B.
Loryea Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryca.
This is a day of expansion of thought
as well as trade, and in order to put our
;elf 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 whi ,h we can
upply our patrons with Me' lures 3iag
zine and THE MANNING TIMES com
bined for -2.25 per year i" advance.
vIcClures Magazine is one of the finest
iterary journals published, its standard
is high,and its corp; of contributors are
imong the most able in the world. A
reader of this Magaziie is a searcher
ifter knowledge, and we know of no
better or more profitable reading than
:an be found in the pages of this cele
>rated Magazine. No library is com
lete without it. We offer McClures
agazine and TIE MANNING TIMES
ror $2.25 per year.
Munster, Germany, has a high school
which has been in existence 1,100
Bea The Kind You Have Always Bought
Read in another page tue combina
ion offer we are making. Through a
nisunderstanding several who took ad
antage of this offer last year did not
et their papers promptly, but our
rrangements are such now that every
erson who pays up, and cue year in
dvance, and all new subscribers, will
et this valuable farm journal promptly.
emEmber yon get TH. TIMES and
'arm and Home for $1.50.
W1ienY ou Dye
It's easy to have a change
of color by using Diamond
Dyes. They are made for
home use; will not crock or
fade; and color anything any
color. Strongest of all dyes.
ISAAC M, LORYEA, Proprietor,
Sigtn of thec
-." MANNING, S. C.
'PH-ONE No. 2.
I'fSpecial attention .wn to mail
BEL & MA THIS,
And All Manner of Iron Work.
Special Attention Given to Hlors shioeing.
We warrant satisfaction..
3elow Baptist Church, Manning, S. C.
he Tisdale Hotel,
Sumnmertoni, S. C.
ivery Stable Near at Hand.
ew Building, New Furnitures
Two Second-Hand Gins, Feeders and
ondensers, complete, will be sold
heap. They are in good condition.
'A. L. LESESNE,
Manning, S. C.
The Delight of Honekeepers.
Summerton, S. C.
We are showing now a new a:
clusive line of Curtain Goods eve
A beautiful assortment of fine
est designs and colorings for C
quins, -12 and 15c the yard.
Figured India Lawn Curtain
terns. Something entirely new,
A large line of Dotted Swiss
beautiful designs, at 121c and 15c
Lace Curtains and Curtaine
styles, all very reasonable.
It makes a room have such a
a nice new matting on the floor
thrown here and there. The
GOODS STORE is showing a t
Mattings in all grades and pric
line of Rugs and Floor Oil Cloths
We know that many of our lai
ning to think about early spring
they may have something ready
ladies, the buyer for The Jenkins
has been thinking about Easter
beautiful line of Spring Silks, fit
all prices; also some beautiful
for Easter dresses are now on sal
at The JENKINSON DRY GOC
Gents', we have thought of yo
ten in a large and beautiful line o
very select styles. Call and se
attractive prices. Also a large I
Hats for spring wear, Shirts, Col
We are showing one of the mi
Spring Pants ever shown in this
that will surely please.
Our line of Mayfield Pants i
greatest wearers ever offered for
Call and see us and get our
need anything in our line. We w
I 3Iu ero
S In order to make room for oi
Ithat will soon be coming in, we har'
cut prices down to the very root.
fro don't think it good judgm4
frmone season to another, theref
in ehave on hand, and we have
Iat prices that will surprise you. E
San Overcoat, pair of Pants, a Hac,
thing in Underwear at your own pr
Syou will be convinced that we muer
O ur trade for the short time wt
Shas far exceeded our expectations
w ay to show our appreciation than
Spatrocns a chance to buy what the;
the balance of this winter without
Remembe we have
I No Job
Sto offer: all of our goods are fresh
We also have anything in a Shi
Thanking you one and all for
E(. NU DAVU
rrival of the most ex
r shown in this town.
Silkolines in the lat
'urtains and Lambre
s in large floral pat
only 15c the yard.
for Curtains, all in
ttes in a variety of
, Floor Oil
cheerful look to have
and a few nice Rugs -
>eautiful selection of
es. Also a beautiful
are within the reach
dy friends are begin
wear in order that
for EASTER. Yes, a
son Dry Goods Store
too and has got in a
Le Black Skirtings in
tuff Goods suitable 4
e at very close prices s
u, too, and have got
f Spring Clothing in
a our goods and our
ne of new style Felt
lars, Cuffs and Neck
)st exclusive line3 of
market and at prices
s without doubt the
the money we ask for
prices whenever you
ill try to please you.
r large Spring Stock
e applied the knife and
mt to carry goods over
ore will offer all Cloth
a nice line of it,
ow if you want a Suit,
aCap, a Shirt or any- I
-ice, come to see us and
i just what we say.
~have been in business E he
and we know no better E
to give our friends an~d =th~
y need in this line for -t
a protit. These goods th
oe you may want. th
our liberal patronage,
You know as well as we c
f plant your gardens and pota1
the Best Fresh Garden Seed
C and Early Rose Seed Irish
prices are always below ever'
Of seasonable goods contnu
as the days come and go, ai
have any notion of buying an
GOODS to make up for Febri
Fine Black Silk Poplin Dress
: value and 46 inches wide,
s Fine Black Satin Loutinia I
wide, regular beauty, nic<
C Fine Black Prunelle Dress G<
Fine Black Whip Cord Dres:
material. 45 inches wide,
Fine Brilliantines, Henriettas
Z price Dress Goods, from h
Granite Brooche is a fine line
Goods, something new, 3f
Fine China Wash S
Shirt Waist in a coi
Regular 65c Si]
Fine line of the Wa
that will wash like
We are the strongest a:
State on Remnants, especiall3
500 yards White Check N
at....... .. ......
Regular 10c value.
Good quality plain White Lai
N Fine White Dimity at. .. ..
. that sells readily at 15c; t
they are good.
Fine 40-inch wide Dunbar La
e for .... ................
z Mn8 Wear
We are showing nice St
other things, and we have jus1
of fine Negligee Shirts that,
Are always found in our stor
right now you can get them n
SAY! If you want a pair<
for the cold, win<y March v
LEADER OF El
It is only about twenty days
ill be sold, and then when you c
ill have to curse yourself and no
ese prices for any one.
R'emember when we say Cos
w pieces of old goods or old shoe
:aples as well as regular goods.
en in the store six months.
Again, come and see for yours<
Yours for c1
Keeping abreast with the rapid progri
.e enlarged their store room and purch
ardware ever brought into Clarendon cc
Every business man knows the value
at the'goods are delivered at the lowei
trchaser to sell at prices impossible whel
e knowledge of where to buy and wher
at you are getting your goods at the
at our effort and study in this directior
eciation as is being demonstrated consta
Now is the time that houses are being
of interest to purchases to examine ou:
ASPS, STAPLES, NAILS, WINDOW]
Farmers who have stiff, heavy lands v
ose with light. sandy soil will find on'
ows best. Also Shovel Plows and Twis1
We have to arrive several kinds of C
Our line of 0. K. Stoves are fine and t
e largest in the history of the stove tr:
Agate and Tinware to show and have r
Crockery ever shown here. We exuect
Parties who contemplate painting'sho
This Paint differs from the much ads
rm quality aud every can is backed by;
4ANNING H A]
to that it is the right time to a
o patches. Well, we have
for you and the best Bliss
Potatoes for you, and our
rbody else too. -
es to grow more interesting
id we can please you if you
)NS IN BLACK DRESS
Goods, regular $2.00
at....... .......$1 49
press Goods, 45 inches
Sand light, at....... 1 24
>ods, 45 inches wide, at 1 24
Goods, a nobby skirt
Cashmeres in medium
Sc to................. 75c
of light colored Dress
inches wide, at.. .. .. 25c
ilks-for your February
nplete line of colors at 49c
sh Jap Silks at....... 39c
ad cheapest people in the
r in White Goods.
,insooks, in Remnants,
vn, 7c kind, at.. ...... 5c
......... ....... 10c
hese are Remnants but
wns, regular price 25c,
tits, extra Pants, Hats and ' -:
gotten in a large shipment
we have marked cheap-all E
e. If you want any Shoes
ghty cheap from us.
)f Blankets or a Quilt cheap
reather you had best come
yet and all our Winter G'oods
ome and they will be gone, you
t~ us, as we cannot hold goods at
t we mean it, and not cost on a
s ond shelf-worn goods, but
All our stock is new-has not
rd ware Co.,
iss being made in our town and county
ased for spot cash the largest stock of
of cash when buying goods; it means
t prices obtainable, and enables the
1 bought otherwise; combine this with
1 to buy you may be reasonably sure
right figures. We are pleased to say
i has not been without effect and ap
tly by our increasing patronage.
repaired for the coming year. It will
' stock of KNOB LOCKS, HINGES.
-ill find the Oliver Chilled Plow best;
of our several grades of Dixie Boy
tton Planters, all of the most popular
he sales of them this season have been
Lde in our town. We have a nice line
ecently bought the most complete line
to offer this at prices that cannot be
uld try our high grade
ertised cheap paints, in being of uni
n absolute guarantee as to purity by