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MANNING, S. C., MARCH 6, 1901.
W. E. JENKINSON.
Notice is hereby given that no advertise
meats will be changed in this paper where
the copy is brought in later than Saturday
Turn out to the show tomorrow even
Mrs. M. E. Burgess is visiting rela
tives in Sumter.
Ogarita and Hatfield are fun makers,
and they give a good, clean show.
Mr. E C. Horton, Jr., left last Friday
for Baltimore to attend business college.
Three-pound can Standard Tomatoes
only 8c per can, at The Manning Gro
Died last Monday at his home, near
Davis, Mr. Washington A. Raffield,
aged about 82 years.
bur Acme Green and Black Tea sup
plies a long felt want. The R. B. Lor
yea Drug Store.
Hon. L. M. Ragin of Columbia is in
Clarendon representing the Mutual
Life Insurance Company.
The only Open Kettle New Orleans
Molasses in town/at The Manning Gro
Rev. W. H. Mills filled the Presby
terian pulpit in Manning last Sunday,
and he preached two excellentsermons.
Gelatine-Cox's Sparkling, Knox's
with Coloring, Chalmer's. The R B.
Loryea Drug Store.
Misses May Wilson and Mayme An
derson, accompanied Miss Rosa Steele
to her horne in Yorkville last Monday.
Two-pound can of 'Tripe, ready for
frying, only 15c, at The Manning Gro
Miss Christine McKagen, who has
been in Manning visiting Miss Nellie
Stephens, has returned to her home in
Be sure and use the best. Matt's
Vinea is the best, we are Agents.
The R B. Loryea Drug Store.
Mr. Charles .Evana, representing the
lumber mills of the D. W. Alderman &
Sons Company of Alcolu, has opened up
an office in the city of Columbia.
Fresh Pickled Fish Roe and Mack
erel, in 10-lb. kits, at The Manning
Mr. Stephen Thomas of the firm of
Stephen Thomas & Bro. jewelers in
Charleston, is in Manning on a visit to
his daughter.Mrs. W. Scott Harvin.
We take the Elephant off your hands.
Ivory Starch with Premiums. The R.
B. Loryea Drug Store.
Mr. S. L Till and Miss Robinson have
returned from the Northern markets.
Mr. Till says he bought a well selected
spring stock and the prices are trade
See premium list with Santa Claus
Soap, the best Soap on earth, at The
Manning Grocery Co.
Dr. R. B. Rhett of Charleston spent
last Saturday in Manning on profes
sional business in the family of Dr. W.
M. Brockinton, whose daughter Edna
is quite ill.
L. & M. Prepared Paints--there
might be as good but we doubt it. Read
advertisement. The R B. Loryea Drug
Mr. D. R. Reaves and Mr. J. C.
Johnson returned home from Georgia
this morning. Mr. Reaves bronght
home with him a gold headed ebony
cane which was presented to -him by
his son Milton.
Why pay 14c per pound for Ham
when you can get it for 12ie at The
Manning Grocery Co.?
Rev. C. S. Gardner of Greenville
preached in the Baptist church in this
place on last Sunday, and we are in
formed he succeeded in procuring con
tributions to Greenville Female College
to the amount of $500.
Dr. Curtin's Headache Powders have
a county reputation; give almost in
stant relief. The R. B. Loryea Drug
Everybody should go out to the In
stitute hall tomorrow evening. A fine
entertainmet is assured. Ogarita &
Hatfield have been here before and
their performances were highly satis
factory. Let us give them a large au
Chicken Tamale, Veal Loaf, Hand~
Packed Tomatoes, Pure Fruit Pre
serves, at The Manning Crocery Co.
Read W. E. Jenkinson's letter in
this week's TnMEs. He is up North
buying bis spring stock, and, from the
way he writes, the people may look for
an upheaval when he returns. Jenkmn
son is a trash mover when you get him
started and the vast amount of cash in
he county has got him on the move.
It is now conceded by all smokers
that The Rio Hondo is the very best 5c
cigar ever sold in Manning. The .
B. Loryea Drug Store.
A killing with a piece of scantling
toplace -at Nexsen's, near Davis',
last Saturday. Jaret Miller, colored,
who is one of Mr. S. M. Nexsen's wagoc
drivers, became involved with another
negro by the name of Lige Pierson,and,
picking up a piece of scantling, dashed
Pierson's brains out and then skipped.
The Manning street rrnilway is haul
ing freight from the depot regularly
and the institution is quite a conven
ience to our merchants. We are tol<
that the company will soon put on.
passenger coach for the convenience o
travel to and from the railroaid station
This will also add much to the enter
prising spirit of Manning.
The New York Journal contains the
latest political and war news from al
~~-* the globe. We are agents
Several parties from the Salem sec
tion of the county have expressed dis
satisfaction with the stock law exemp
tion as gotten through the last legisla
ture. They say that it will create trou
ble among neighbors. The bill woul
have never passed passed if it had no
been made to appear that it was the
desire of the people living in the ex
You labor in vain if you do not plan1
the genuine Bliss' Triumph and Early
Rose Seed Potatoes. Of course WE
carry the genuine. The R. B. Loryet
A very serious accident haopened tc
Mr. H. S. Briggs of Silver, last Sun
day. Mr. Briggs was suffering with
a severe cough and by mistake he tool,
a teaspoonfuT of carbolic acid for cougt
syrt.p. The family became alarmed
and sent for his brother, Dr. Briggs of
Summerton, who -worked with him all
night, and on Monday Dr. C. B. Geigei
of Manning was sent for. Mr. Briggs
mouth and throat were severely burned,
but he will recover.
When you are bilious, use those fa
mous little pills known as DeWitt's Lit
tle Early Risers to cleanse the liver and
bowels.' They never gripe. The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea,
Mr. A. Loryea, accompanied by his
danghter, Miss Annie, left last Monday
to visit his daughter, Mrs. J. E. Bar
nett at Mayesville. Mr. Loryea, while
with his daughter, will celebrate his
80th birthday on the 15th inst. We
congratulate this gentleman on reach
ing his four score years, and hope that
I he will be spared for many years to
come. Manning is proud of such a citi
zen as Mr. Loryea and we wish that
" Time could turn backward" and
make him young again.
See that you get the original De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve when you
ask for it. The genuine is a certain
cure for piles, sores and skin diseases.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M.
We always advise our readers to give
the preference of their patronage- to
home enterprises, if the home enter
prise will do as well as elsewhere.
There are two oil mills in the county,
and both deserve the patronage of our
farmers providing their output, weights
and prices suit. If one sells meal
cheaper than the other, the one selling
cheapest will get the trade. Therefore
it is well to get prices from both before
buying. There is no need to buy out
of the county.
Their promptness and their pleasant
effects make DeWitt's Little Early Ris
ers most popular little pills wherever
they are known. They are simply per
feet for liver and bowel troubles. The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store,Isaac M. Lor
The barn and stables belonging to
Mr. W. E. Daniels, about three miles
north of Manning, were destroyed by
fire last Saturday night and the loss was
severe. The barn contained about 500
bushels of corn and other produce, be
sides nearby was his forage which was
also destroyed. There was no insur
ance and nothing saved. Mr. Daniels
is convinced that the fire was of incen
diary origin because the flames were
discovered on the outside at the back
end of the barn near the ground. Mr.
Daniels is the last man who would be
suspected of having enemies, because
he is very considerate of his employees
and neighbors. H6 has had no un
pleasantness with anybody and yet he
is satisfied some one set the fire. He
says the only way he can account for
the fire is, that the party setting it ex
pected to rob the house while his family
was out at the barn.
Counterfeits of DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve are liable to cause blood poison
ing. Leave them alone. The original
has the name DeWitt's upon the box
and wrapper. It is a'harmless and
healing salvye for' skin diseases. Uine
qualled for piles. The R B. Loryea
Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
The party that sent us an unsigned
communication for publication will
recur to our oft repeated declarations
that we do not publish any communica
tions unless they are accompanied with
the name of the writer. Te article
sent us however, is of a nature that we
p refer not to publish in our columns un
less authorized to publish same over
the name of the writer. We are ap
preciative of the nice things said about
our work as a public servant, and the
writers contempt expressed for ceartain
methods being used for political effect,
but at the same time we cannot deviate
from an established rule of long stand
ing. We endeavor to conduct THE
TM as a newspaper should be, and
can do so because THE TIM is ours,
it is a business institution and not a
vehicle to further the machinations of a
Robbed the Grave.
A startling incident, of which Mr. John Oliver
of Philadelphia was the subject, Is narrated by
him as follows: "I was in a most dreadful condi
tion. My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken.
tongue coated, pain continually in back and
sides, no appetite-gradually growing weaker
day by day. Three physicians had given me up.
Fortunately. a friend advised trying Electric
Bitters; and to my great joy and surprise, the
first bottle made a decided Improvement. I con
tinued their use for three weeks, and am now a
well man. I know they saved my life, and rob
bed the grave of another victim." No one
should fall to try them. Only 50 cts., guar
teed, at the R. B3. Loryea drug store.
Death of a Faithful Nurse.
There was general and sincere sor
row at the Columbia hospital yesterday
at noon when Miss Theodosia Wells,
one of -the most popular nurses of that
institution, died of typhoid fever after
an illness of three weeks. She had re
cently nursed a very malignant case of
typhoid fever at St. Matthew's and
contracted the disease there, returning
to the hospital ill with it herself.
Miss Wells had been attached to the
hospital force for about a year and a
haif, and was noted for her sweet and
unselfish disposition. She was loved
dearly by all the members of the hos
pital corps and indeed by all whose
pleasure it was to meet her and enicoy
her minaistering care. She was just 23
years of age. She was a daughter of
Mrs. William Wells of Sumter county,
who was with her when the end came,
and she was perfectly conscious up to
within an hour of her death.
She was a devoted member of the
Baptist church in Sumter and here at
tended the First Baptist church.
The body will be taken to Sumter at
6:40 o'clock this morning and the inter
ment will be in Sumter.-The State.
Monday, 4th inst.
That Throbbing Headache
Would quickly leave you If you used Dr
Kings N~ew Life Pills. Thousands of sufferers
have proved their matchless merit for sick and
nervous headaches. They make pure blood anc
strong nerves and build up your health. Easy
to take. Try them. Only 25 cents. Mone3
back if not cured. Sold by the R. B. Lorye?
drug store. 1-5
Ogarita & Hatfield, the talented art
ists, introducing new comedies, dramas
and musical specialties, will appeal
in Manning Institute Hall tomorrov
(Thursday) night. The, entire per
formance given without a moment'
wait. Two hours solid, refined enter
tainment. A grand array of beautiful
costly wardrobe. Elegant scenery
Each act a feature of perfection anc
merit. Up-to-date in everything. Pop
A Frightful Blunder
Will of ten cause a horrible burn, scald, cut 0
bruise. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the best in th
world, will kill the pain and promptly heal it
ICures old sores, fever sores, ulcers, boils. felon!
corns, all skin eruptions. Best pile cure o:
earth. Only 25 cts. a box. Cure guaranteel
- Farmers Supply Company Quits.
"Competition is the life of trade" ant
when the experiment of having a whole
sale grocery establishment was tried b3
the Manning Grocery Co., under the
management of Capt. I. I. Bagnal, il
soon became apparent that this whole
sale concern was ripping the life out o1
the retail grocery business. As a conse
quence a combination was formed tc
counter-act the loss of trade: this com
bination was known as the "Farmer
Supply Company" under the manage
ment of Mr. Wilkins, but the people
not forgetful of the money saved.them by
the "Manning Grocery Company" stuck
to it, and that concern is still doing
business, while the Wilkins company
has discontinued. Competition is a
great thing and, if this place could af
ford two wholesale establishments the
buyers would not be losers thereby,
but the discontinuence of the Wilkins
concern illustrates forcibly that the
people of Clarendon will stand by those
who start benefits for them. Many re
garded the opposition to the Manning
Grocery as a scheme to cripp.e it, and
force it out of business, and when that
was accomplished, the people would be
thrown back to the old retail profits;
therefore they clung on to the Manning
Grocery and would have continued to
do so. even if the other concern had
sold cheaper. This combination busi
ness is getting to be a serious matter.
A few men in a community can by com
bining their money get control, and if
they are so disposed, they can be very
intolerant and hurtful. We believe it
is safe to frown down anything like a
combination by withholding patronage.
When we speak of combinations in this
respect, we do not mean to discourage
the establishment of joint stock con
cerns for the purpose of putting up a
bank or a factory, mill or other indus
trial enterprises, which afford labor
and employment, but we mean that
when men combine their money for the
purpose of destroying an existing busi
n.cs in order to put themselves in con
trol, such institutions should be frown
ed down upon. Any combination that
is formed for the purpose of controlling
a certain business, will at first use its
individual influence to destroy those
they are opposing, and once they suc
ceed to crush out their object, they will
then take advantage of their monoply,
and the people wi4j be forced to pay
back many fold, all that it cost the com
bination to get that monoply. All mon
oplies are dangerous when managed by
corporate greed. We have never heard
of a corporation securing control of any
business but what they took advantage
of the situation and forcel up prices,
that is what they combine for. It is
common for a concern of this character
to start out with cut prices, and run for
some time at a loss, thereby forcing the
concern they wish to crushto lose also,
then it is only a matter of time, money
and people's backing to determine the
existence of the concern not backed by
the combine. If the people are led as
tray by the inducments offered by the
combine, the other concern goes to the
wall and the combine has matters in its
own clutches, and all past observation
shows that when the combine becomes
master it rules with an iron grasp. The
people of Clarendon clinging to the
Manning Grocery is a sign that they
realized what would follow had they
split up their patronage and with that
keen foresight characteristic of intelli
gence, they gave little encouragement
to those who started the opposition con
A Thousand Tongues
Could not express the rapture of Annie E.
Springer or 1125a Howard st., Philadelphia. Pa..
when she found that Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption had completely cured her of a
hacking cough that for many y ears had made
life a burden. All other remedies and doctors
could give her no help, but she says of this "oyal
cure. "It soon removed the pain in my chest and
I can now sleep soundly. something I can scarce
ly remember doing before. I feel like sounding
Its praises throughout the universe." So will
every one who tries Dr. King's New Discovery
for any trouble of the throat. ehest or lungs.
Price 50c. and $1. Trial bottles f::ee at the R. B.
Loryea drug store; every bottle guaranteed. 5
Forty-first session began January '7,
1901. Thorough preparation for any
college, individual teaching. Tuition,
$1 to $4 per month.
MRS. E. C. AL3BROOK,
4->-tf ] Principal.
O'bis signature is on every box of the genuaino'
Laxtive Bromo-Quinine -rlsca
he remody that'cures a cold in one day
Mrs. C. E. Van VanDeusen of :illbourn, Wis.,
was af~icted with stomach trouble and consti
pation for a long time. She says. ' I have tried
many preparations but none hove done me the
good that Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets have." These Tablets are for sale at
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Price 25 cents.
o a. 0 1 n.L:r ...
Bsmthe ~The Kind You Ha Always Bought
I Babies and children need
proper food, rarely ever medi
cine. If they do not thrive
on their food something is g
Iwrong. They need a little |
jhel to get their digestive
Smachinery working properly.
COD LIVER OUL
will generally correct this
jIf you will put from one-1
Sfourth to half a teaspoonful~
in baby's bottle three or four
Itimes aday youwilloon see~
ja marked improvement. For
larger children, from half to
a teaspoonful, according to
Iage, dissolved in their milkI
if you so desire, will very
soon show its great nourish
Sing power. If the mother's
Imilk does not nourish the:
-baby, she needs the emul
sion. It will show an effect
at once both upon mrother
~ and child.
Soc- and $r.00, all druggists
aSCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, Ne n York,
Dor't Fail to Call on Him.
Dr. Arthur Becker, the well known
German Eve Specialist of Winnsboro,
S. C., now has his Optical Parlor open
at the New Home sewing machine of
fices, Manning, S. C.
Dr. Becker has the most complete
Optical Parlor ever seen in this
section. He has just come from Marl
boro county: where he has won the ad
miration of the people by his work.
One of his specialties is to straighten
cross eyes without the use of the knife
or pain. Dr. Becker makes eye glasses
in all the latest shapes and forms at his
home in Winnsboro, and handles no
ready made glasses. He has the only
Lens Grinding outfit in North or South
His recommendations are from South
Carolina's most prominent people. One
of his many is the following one:
Chambers of R. C. Watts,
Judge Fourth Circuit. y
Cheraw, S. C , Feb. 26, 1901.
Dr. Arthur Becker, Manning. S. C.
Dear Sir:-The Glasses you made for
me are superb and supply most satisfac
tory a long felt want. I unhesitatingly
recommend any one who desires glasses
to patronize you and am confident they
will be satisfied with what you furnish
them. With the best wishes for your
prosperity, I am
I. C. WATTS.
Any one afilicted with the eyes or any
one having glasses that do not exactly
lit or if you are cross eyed you better
use this opportunity and be fitted by a
Dr. A. Becker is a graduate of the
Royal University of Berlin, Germany,
his native city, has eigh-n year-s ex
perience as a practicing pi:ysiian. He
makes no charge for examination.
His office hours is from 9 a. m. to 5
Parents who wish to have their chil
dren's eyes examined will please ac
An Honest Medicine for LaGrippe.
George W. Waitt of South Gardiner, Me..
says: "I have had the worst cough, cold, chills
and grip and have taken lots of trash of no ac
count but profit to the vendor. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is the only thing that has done
any good whatever. I have used one bottle of
it and the chills, cold and grip have all left me.
I congratulate the manufacturers of an honest
medicine. For sale by The R. B. Loryea Drug
Store. Isaac M. Loryea. Prop.
MARYLAND CASUALTY CO. sells
Accident and Health Insurance Poli
cies. They are liberal and up-to-date.
See F. N. WILSON, Agent,
48--4t] Manning, S. C.
C.A. S 9T O 3!. A..
Burgahe h Kind You Have Always Bought
Like Oliver Twist, children ask for
more when given One Minute Cough
Cure. Mothers endorse it high)y for
croup. It quickly cures all coughs and
colds and every throat and lung trou
ble. It is a specific ior grippe and
asthma and has long been a well known
remedy for whooping couigh. The R.
B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryea,
To Cure A Cold In One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the money
if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's sig
nature is on each boy. 25c.
R. B. LoRYEA
ARE AGENTS FOR
LONOMAN & MARTINEZ'
WH-EN YOU PAINT USE L. & M.
Chalk, Crack, Peel.
Stay where you put it,
Save you money,
Look better and last longer
than any other.
It is sold under an absolute guarantee.
In every way they are
" Paints That Stay Painted."
We carry the largest and most com
plete line of Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty
and everything pertaining to the .needs
of the Painter and House Owner in
ISAAQ Ni. LORYEA, Proprietor,
p.... ... Sil of the
MANNINC, S. C.
'PHONE NO. 2.
BE & MATHIS,
And All Manner of Iron Work.
Special Attention 6iven to DHorseshoeing.
We warrant satisfaction.
Below Baptis- Church, Manning, S. C.
The Tisdale Hotel,
Sumrmerton, S. C.
Livery Stable Near at Hand.
NewBuilding, New Furniture,
SThe Delight of Housekeepers.
D. C. Rhame.
-BALTIMORE, MD, March 1, 1901.
MR. LOUIs APPELT,
EDITOR TH~i MANNING TIMES:
SI am now on my way to the Northern markets
Ito purchase my Spring stock, and as I did not have
the time before leaving home to get up my usual
hange of "ad" in your valuable advertising me
duI wish you would say to your readers that
when I reach home there will be a general shak
igup in the dry goods line. Srn
It is my purpose and I have so instructed
those whom I left in charge of my business to sell
off as, much stock as possible. regardless of price,
Sstock ever brought to one store in Manning. I _
Swant to say that the purchasing public can, by
2 calling at my store, get magnificent bargains, and
Snow is the time for them to take advantage of the
I opportunity. I mean to make room, .I must make
The stock I am now buying is being selected
with the utmost care, and the markets afford this
I season a grand opportunity for a display of good ~ _
SWhen my Spring stock is displayed I will
Sguarantee that no store outside of a large city will
2 begin to make as fine a display, and my prices will
3~bid defiance to competition.
SMy Millinery Department will be an attraction
~that I am sure the ladies will go in ecstacies over,
~be cause great care is being taken to see that Man-I
ning has not only the correct, but the very latest
in styles, and I have determined to htve this de
partment second to none in the State.
W. E. JENKINSON. E
Ifyou are not wide awake do not waste your "valua
ble"timereading this. But if you are looking out for
Iyour own interest and want to save for yourself some
money come to
JC. M. Davis & Co.'s wl
Clothing and Shoe Store
andtsee thei stock of New Sprin g Goods that is just com
If you want a Spring Suit for yourself or son in the
veryCI LATEST STYLE and the best make and fit in the
lnof such goods as you have never found in Manning
before for a very little money COME and you shall be the
Our line of Shirts for Spring and Summer are simply
beautiful. We have spared no time and pains in selecting
styles and patterns. In this line we will show you 300
different Patterns that will make you buy.
spe are selling a genuine 4-ply Linen Collar in every
s and sty le that is fashionable,
For 10 Cents Onlyr
line of Neckwear has no equal dutside of a large We
T Our line of Men's and Boys' Hats is complete. We ever
have all the new styles and shapes that are to be worn less.
this season at. prices that cannot be beat.
I SH OIES
WCome and see our Oxfords and Low Cuts for Men and
g Ladies in all of the new style toes and shapes.
In fact we are armed and equipped with everything
usually found in a first class Clothing, Gent's Furnishing In th
and Shoe Store to meet the Spring trade and we intend that
to be the leaders in quality, with prices to suit thehard
est to please. tatio
Thanking you for past favors and hoping to serve ine a
p you in the future, we are
j. Av. Ds & CO.
AIL N. TO GO
CON - - S HO E S,
S. A. R IGBY'S. -0e
Here's the Way They Go:
Ladies' good Oil Grain every day Shoes, the $1.25 kind, now 99c
Ladies' Dongola Sunday Shoes, 99c cash.
Hamilton-Brown's own make fine Vici Women's Shoes, Lace and +
Button, the best Shoes ever offered for so little money, just $1.50.
Better grades of Shoes on up.
Men's good every day Shoes, regular $1.50 sellers, at $1.25 cash.
Our 7 Car Load Seller, made in St. Louis, looks like a $2 shoe. 3
We only ask $1.50 cash. Both Lace and Congress. - .
Our 7 Million Rumor Congress and Lace at $1.98 is a regular $2.50 2
Hamilton-Brown's "Own Make" Shoes for Men, Lace and Con- -
gress, at $2.50 are equal to any $3 shoes.
Fine Vici and Velluto Calf Shoes at $3.50.
We have just opened a complete line of R. & G. and GLOVE-FIT- 2
TING CORSETS. These Corsets are well known to every lady in .
the land. We only have to tell you the styles and prices on such
goods as these.
Here's the way the styles go with us:
VIGILANT contains all the features of the 75c Corsets of other ,
makes and the price is just 50c.
NO. 301 is our Special Long Wajst-a Corset adapted to tall fig- :
ures at $1. .
STYLE 101 is-the kind that is moderately long waisted, and this
Corset is universally popular with every lady; the price is $1.
STYLE 121 is just as good as any $1 Corset on the market; price
75c. - - -s
STYLES 111 and 397 are the short waisted kind at $1.
In the Glove-Pitting we carry the medium length Corset at $1.
Our Corset in the P. C. C. line at 25c is a regular-50c Corset. 3
We have a few of the famous Dowager Corset for stout figures. r,
The regular price is $2.25 and we are selling them at $2. . =< '
Dress Goods, Silks, Laces, lim rod-is
Pretty things like these: Poplin for Skirts, Melrose for Skirts,
Prunelle for Skirts, Satin Loutinia for Skirts, Whipcords for Skirtsa n u -
Armuretta for Skirts, Serges for Skirts, and many other useful fab
rics suitable for Suits or separate Skirts. Bea - ful Silks of various
kinds. Silk Mulls.
We are selling something very neat and substantial in the line of
Cotton Wash Goods.
English Coverts, Striped 2 -
Linens, Solid Linens,
Cheviots and Ducks;
prices are 10 and 12c
per yard. (0IL
We want to sell you a
nice Suit or Pair of
Trousers and several "P
nice Shirts with some P J
extra Collars, Ties,
etc., so come along '
and get you ready.
RIGB . __ ____
Wants to thank the good
peopIe of Clarendon ior
their liberal patronsage
.1 ~during that special clear
He is back from Northemn
markets now and says he
has something GOOD in
4, store for you. Just watch
this space from time~ to
During this Spring re
~ member if you want any
thing at all he has it.
Look out for his big ad. in
a few weeks.
Lie New York Racket,
S. !. TILL, Prop.
3r :: Business :i: Reasons
ink it a good policy for us to use our buying facilities to get special bar
for our customers who will find by a careful examination of our stock
article offered by us has been bought and is being sold at its true value or
Our buyer's care is to see that only goods of
tandard Qual|i at the Lowe8t Prices
able arc brought to this market to be sold at our place. It is and has been
licy to give our patrons their money's worth in the smallest as well as-the
he latest bargains we have to offer is our stock of
is we have the most complete as well as the most beautiful line, we think,
Lias ever been shown in our town, and we are selling it at a little less mar
en ordinary in order to introduce it. These goods are not the cheap imi
is of imported ware as our prices might lead one to think, but is the genu
rticle. We also have a nice and well selected stock of
1i we arc disposing of rapidly.
his is not the season when Cooking Stoves arc sold in quantities, but we
a steady sale in this line. Our success in this department for the past sea
as been very gratifying. We still have a full line of 0. K. COOK STOVES
bd and can furnish any size and number on short notice.
'ARMERS, after a long delay our stock of Guatier Oil Finished Plow
es have arrived. We now have all sizes in stock. We also have a splen- -
ne of Plow Bridles, Collars, Lines. Backbands, etc..
he steadily increasing demand for our PURE HAMMVAR PAINT is con
ng argument of its merit.
anning Hiardware Co.