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MANNING, S. C., APRIL 17, 1901. ma
Notice is hereby given that no advertise- toil
ments will be changed in this paper where ing
the copy is brought in later than Saturday caY
Things That Yon Need. Hi
Thirty dozen Malego Sun Hats for wa:
field use, the kind that wear well. In Of t
all sizes, from 10 to 20c each. was
A large line of nice Straw Hats,in all Lo
styles, from 25c to $1 each. too]
A full line of Gent's Felt Hats for the a
Spring, in all shades, from 50c to $3 Lac
We offer 100 dozen of the cheapest T
Gauze Vests for the Ladies ever put on cal]
this market. An inspection of these for
goods will convince you of this fact. fhe
A nice line of Summer Sacks and the
Vests, at all prices, from 50c up to $7.50 bu
for Sack and Vest.
Nice Spring Suits, all wool, from $5 bee
per Suit up to $12.50. qua
A look at our stock of Gent's Negli- qu
gee Shirts will convince you that we A
are offering values in this line that will Pal
-be hard to find elsewhere. Nice Neg- Hol
ligee Shirts from 40c up. Ext
A full line of White Bed Spreads, Lor
from $1 each up to $3.50.
Look out for our collection of Rem- D)
nants next week. nec1
When you want the best of every- and
thing in Dry Goods, go to The Jenkin- ton
son Dry Goods Store, as they carry the segi
largest and fullest stocks of everything. mac
Yours truly, and
W. E. JENKINSON. Cha
Read Till's ad. this week.
Capt. W. W. Legg has gone to his ExI
home in Tennessee. imp
Coal Tar for corn planting. The R. The
B. Loryea.Drug Store. T:
Mrs. Pipkin is enlarging her resi- apl
dence on Church street. Bro
Mott's Vinegar is the best. We have Moo
it. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Su
S. I. Till's for Ladies' Hats. men
Miss Lucie Barron; State Librarian, vice
returned to Columbia last Thursday. indu
Good 36-inch Percale Sc. at Till's. his 1
Read our advertisement in another T
column. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. of S
Mrs. S. J., Dwight, nee Miss Eloise i~or
McFaddin, of Eastover, is visiting rela- ens'
tives in the coui.ty. ens
Tenneys Bon Bons, and Confections In
inartistic boxes. The R. B. Loryea In
Drug Store. ma
New Goods on Bargain Counter ev- tion,
ery week. Louis Levi. that
Mr. D. Hirschman received a tele- at o
gram announcing the death of his father read
in New York Sunday. of w
Legal Cap Paper, 5 cents per quire at sho
S. I. Till's. ten i
Attention, Toba'eco Planters! We W
have on hand Paris Green, chemically ety
pure. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. s a
Dr. Clifton of Sumter is to deliver a in g
lecture at Summerton next Friday even- dci
ing at the school chapel.
S. I. Till's prices set the town's tongue tion
Avoid annoyance and discomfort from Curt
flies by using Tanglefoot. The R. B.! gott
Loryea Drug Store. Iothe
Died at Silver last Thursday, Mrs. vear
Ann Brogdon aged about 72 years. The Lan
deceased was buried in the Butler fain- as d
ply grave yard. ~Dru;
Baseball Players, attention! We have M:
on hand a full supply of Baseballs,Bats, have
Mitts, Masks, etc. The R. B. Loryea And
Drug Store. son,
Rigby has put the knife into the ho
prices "of his goods. Read his adver- days
Louis Levi's bargai counter is be-- her
coming more populr every day. Go mak
there and see how much you can pick now
up for a little sum of money.An
25e. saved on every dollar spent at plec
Till's Racket Store. seve
Married last Thursday at the Baptist say
parsonage at Paxvllic by Rev. J. D- stat
Huggins, Mr. Walter Harvin of Pax- her
ville, and Miss Vanna Lowe of Wateree.
Don't delay, but use Dead Stuck and indi;
save future annoyance. Now is the yow
time to commence. The R. B. Loryea whe
Drug Store. neet
Dr. A. Becker, the oculist, will have gs
his office here only until the 27th of this
month, when he will go to Sumter. Hisso
family will still remain here as they snd
prefer living in Manning in place o
Beautiful line of Silk Grenadines and
All-Over Silk Net;- very cheap. Louis Col
Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Richardson fron
Jr., passed through Manning last Thurs- utat
day evening on their way home; they He
were married in Charleston on Wed- mitt
nesday. We wish them much happi- ing:
ness and little troubles. . reur
S. I. Till lead in cutting prices others zen
try to follow, but they can't. vete
Tobacco Planters, attention! Ther- get
mometers and Barometers combined, ti
and Thermonricters. The R. B. Loryea set
Miss Mellie Nelson, one of Manning's H
favorite young ladies left last Saturday T<
to take charge of a hotel in Timmons- witi
ville. We sincerely regret losing this '_
young lady from this town, and we hope'""
that success will attend her at Tim
You should see our line of WhiteI
Goods and Embroidered Swiss Dots.
"The pen is mightier than the,
sword," particularly when you use the it.
Fountain Pen. Very useful and con-ou
venient. The R. B. L~oryea Drug Store. O
Dr. A. Becker the optician,"Ithinks
Manning is large, enough foran electric on
lighting plant to be established here,
and he is now at work with a view of
putting one in operation. It would not spi
surprise us to see Manning lighted in a fre
twinkling by the bright rays of el1ec- .
Have you seen 5. I. Till's clothing? tin
If not you had better see him before
As a result of a spark catching on the
roof of the house of Mr. J. E. Reardon .
last Friday near Midway, there came is:1
near being a fire which would have des-se
troyed Mr. Reardon's home, fortunate- .
ly the fire was discovered on the kitch- is]
en and put out before any further dam
age was done than the burning of a few
If you wish to enjoy your cup of tea to
be sure and purchase our deservedly it
popular Acme Tea it reaches us via the
Suez Canal. The R. B. Loryea Drug o
-Skin troubles, cuts, burns, scalds and WC
chafing quickly heal by the use of De- If
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It is imi- its a
tated. Be sure to get DeWitt's. The
B. B. Lryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Lor- en~
)octor Gregory of Paxville was i
nning last Thursday. The Doct(
riginally from Lancaster, a graduat
he Citadel and the South Carolin
dical College. He has but recentl
ited at the growing town of Paxvill
l we hope that he will like the con
nity sufficiently to make it his per
uthymol Tooth Paste, a scientifi
et preparation, cleansing, beautify
and prevents discoloration and de
of the Teeth. The R. B. Lorye;
lied at Winthrop College in Roc]
1 last Saturday night Miss Florenc
-yea of St Matthews. The decease<
a grand-daughter of Mr. A. Lory
his place. The Loryea drug stori
closed Monday on account of thi
ily bereavement. Mr. Isaac M
yea attended the funeral whicl
c place in Sumter Monday.
ur line of All-Over Embroideries
es and Nainsook Embroideries is
of the largest in town. Louis Levi
here is a tonic sold in drug store!
ed "Malt" which, when sold strictl3
medicinal purposes, is exempt frog
operations of the dispensary law
when sold as a beverage, it is liable
Aizure and confiscation, the same a
e and whiskey. We believe "Malt'
othing .more nor less than a pool
lity of beer.
Food, a Tonic, and an Invigorator
et Malt Extract, Malt Nutrine
F's Malt Extract, Wurtzburger Mall
ract, Vin Mariana. The R. B.
yea Drug Store.
r. J. A. Arant has severed his con
ion at the R. B. Loryea drug store
has accepted a position in Charles
with his former employer Dr. Speis
r. Dr. Arant during his stay here
.e many friends who wish him well
a speedy return. His position in
rleston is only for the summer, and
sxpects to return the coming fall.
)um Spiro Spero Spes." The South
lina Interstate and West Indiar
osition Cigar is as good as its name
lies, we are agents for Manning.
R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
ie quiet villiage of Summerton had
asant sensation last Sunday after.
i by the arrival of Mr. John J.
ugfiton of -Clarendon, and Miss
re of Felder. The couple drove to
merton to seek a minister to tie
nuptial knot, and this require
t was fulfilled by Rev. M. A. Con
who performed the marriage ser
for them. Mr. Broughton is an
strious and well-to-do farmer and
essful stock raiser near Fulton, and
)ride taught school near Felder.
ke wizard of the South, the pioneer
outhern literature-William Gil
Simms. We have a complete edi
of his works; also Scott's and Dick
Novels in sets. The R. B. Loryea
a recent issue of THE TIMES we
an offer of $10 in gold for the best
I exhibit at the Charleston Exposi
This is a standing offer and those
propose to compete for it had bet
begin to gather up their material
ace so that it can become dry and
y to put in shape. The specimens
ood are to be not less than eighteen
es in length with one side smooth,
ring the grain, and not less than
nches wide and three inches thick.
Lt is wanted is a slab of every vari
>f wood grown in the forests and
nps of Clarendon county. Remem
rHE MA.NENG TnnES will give $10
>d and the Exposition judges will
have been troubled with indiges
for ten years, have tried many
gs and spent much money to no
ose until I tried Kodol Dyspepsia
. I have taken two bottles and
an more relief from them than all
r medicinces taken. I feel more
a boy than I have felt in twenty
s." Anderson Riggs of Sunny
3, Tex. Thousands have testified
id Mr. Riggs. The R. B. Loryea
Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
's. Anderson and her daughter who
been in Manning on a visit to Mrs.
erson's brother Mr. Frank N. Wil
left last Monday evening for their
e in Santa Rosa, California. They
stop over in Charleston for a few
before proceeding across the con
it. Mrs. Anderson had not seen
rother for thirty one years before
ng this trip East. and the parting
at their ag'e in life is surrounde
a sacred sadness. While here Miss
erson endeared herself to the peo
f this place and we have heard
ral of our young men reproached
ermitting her to leave, but they
there is quick transit over the
s and may be they can persuade
o come back. We hope so.
> will waste time if you try to cure
restion or dyspepsia by starving
self. That only makes it worse
a you eat heartily. You always
Iplenty of good food properly di.
. Kodol Dyspepsia ure is the
It of years of scientific research for
thing that would digest not only
elements of food, but every kind.
it is the one remedy that will do
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store,
e M. Loryea, Prop.
el Braisford Solicitude for His Comrades.
te State has received the following
ia Confederate veteran whose rep.
ion was known many years ago.
s exactly in accord with the comn
ee in charge of the matter of secur
omes for the veterans during the
ion. This commiltee announced at
Erst that it would request the citi
to "keep open house" for actual
rans. It has done so, and is now
ing up the list of those who will do
The committee at the very out
eclared that it did not propose tc
;e these heroes in halls if there was
way to avoid it.
>the Editor of The State: I note
extreme gratification Columbia's
e live by our blood, and on
We thrive or starve, as
-blood is rich or poo.
'here is nothing else to live
When strength is full and
rits-high, we are being re
shed, bone muscle and brain,
body and mind, with con
ual flow of rich blood.
This is health.
When weak, in low spirits,
cheer, no spring, when rest
ot rest and sleep is not
ep, we are starved ; our blood
oor; there is little nutri
*nt in it.
Back of the blood, is food,
keep the blood rich. When
ails, take Scott's Emulsion
Cod Liver Oil. It sets the
ole body going again-man
man and child.
yon have not tried it, send for free samrie,
greabie taste will surprise y'ou.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists,.
Is eari Street. New York.
soc. and $r.00; all druggistr
n intention at her State reunion of Confed
r erate veterans of taking to her hearth
e and homes a certain part of these brave
a heroes who have on previous occasions
y of the kind been quartered in large
e buildings and fed en masse.
i- On occasions of State reunions this
mode of entertainment was inexcusable
inasmuch as the number accepting a
city's hospitally was never excessive,
c not really so large as the clergy and
lay delegates to a South Carolina Meth
odist conference, numbering as they do
nearly four hundred, and the small
towns of the State entertain them sump
tuously at the homes of the citizens;
but upon the approach of a State re
union of veterans the city extending
the warmer invitation to enter her hos
pitable gates (not homes, mind you) will
hasten to appoint numbers of commit
tees to quarantine the gallant old gen
tlemen in immense sleeping halls and
rally them around long tables sumpt
uously served with cold-food.
This systematic and wholesale enter
tainment of those they effect to honor
smacks very much of a business man
agement and with an eye to business, in
other words to draw a big crowd and
boom the town for the least money.
This holding us off at arms' length I
will charitably attribute to the fear that i
we still have the camp itch. It will be
conceded that those who entered the
Confederate army in '61 are now bor
- dering on 60 years and it is to be sup- 1
posed that a man at his time of life
would leave the comforts of a home
however humble to be entertained in a
manner that he is deprived of his very
sleep, for it is impossible to sleep with
hundreds of men in the same apartment
-many of whom are talking, walking
and smoking by details the entire night,
and electric lights blazing in their i
country eyes.- Under these circum
stances alarge number of the camp I
have the honor to command abandoned
one on one accasion on the second day
and left for home, not being able to
stand two nights of it consecutively.
Another just ground of complaint is
holding the column in line before
beginning the march an incalcula
ble time. On one occasion two hours'
it was said to be by parties who referred
to their watches, and their aged and
weary limbs must support their bodies
or else sit down upon a damp curb C
stone. An interesting question is how
many years longer are they going to be t
expected to stand in line and march for 1
hours through the streets on exhibi
tion? Will the day ever come when
they will be elevated to the distinction
of riding in trolley cars in the proces
Possibly Columbia means to make a
departure in this direction also.
1 have written with great frankness c
and candor, but with equal earnestness
and truth what I have desired for some y
time to give vent to, for as a wounded C
veteran dating from first Manassas to P
Appomattox and the commander of a y
camp, in a measure responsible for
their care and comfort on these occa
sions, I feel authorized to call attention
to real discomfort with a view to mak
ing the reunion really enjoyable.
The generous and hospitable citizens
of Columbia have solved the problem
for all future time, for her natural and C
gracious example will be followed by s
every city who henceforth entertains
DA.vID W. BRAILSFORD.
Tot Causes Right Alarm.
"One night my brother's baby was taken with
Croup," writes Mrs. J. C. Snider of Crittenden, y
Ky.. "it seemed it would strangle before we a
could get a doctor, so we gave it Dr. King's New
Discovery, which gave quick relief and perma- 3
nently cured it. We always keep It in the house r
to protect our children from Croup and Whoop- t
ing Cough. It cured me of a chronic bronchial
trouble that no other remedy would relieve."
Infallible for Coughs, Colds.,'rhroat and Lung r
troubles: 50c and S t. Trial bottles free at The b
R. B. Loryea Drug Store. 3
A Shocking Tragedy.
To say that the news from Columbia
of the fearful tragedy which was enact
ed in the Greenfield building last Sat- o
urday afternoon was shiocking would
not begin tc express it. There are no
words in the English language at our
command that can express it. The de- s
ceased Capt. John J. Griffin was ,re- i
garded a genial, warm-hearted, high
toned gentleman, an enthusiastic Con- sa
federate veteran, and thie last man to c
give offense. Maj. Barney Evans who c
is charged with the killing and is now a
in the Richland jail, is a young man of
prominence and has many friends I
throughout the State. The facts as we
gather them are about as follows: Maj.
Evans kept bachelor quarters in the
Greenfield building, and Captain Griffin
and himself were supposed to be friends.
The Capta&in having just arrived in the 1
city from a trip to Greenwood, went up c
to Evans' room; shortly after a shot $
was heard, it being about the time,
those who occupy rooms in that build
ing, were at , dnner, and those who
heard the shot downstairs were not at
tracted by it, other than to look out
into the street to see what was the mat- b
ter, and not seeing anything unusual, I
they dismissed the matter. About a V
quarter of an hour later, Major Evans C
went into the grocery store in the same I
building and asked Mr. Rufus Muller lI
to go upstairs to his room with him, ~
without telling him of what had hap- I
penened, Mr. Muller was busy and de
clined to go, Evans insisted somewhat
and Muller not going with him he went
out, and some minutes later he cameb
back and summoned doctors by tele-,0
phone, saying that some one was hurt
in the Greenfield building without say
ing who or where, or giving the nature
of the hurt. Dr. Gibbes answered the h
summons, and at the Muller store he b
learned that Major Evans wanted him. I
The doctor went up to Evans' rooms
and there found Capt. John- J. Griffin
on Evans' bed, with a 44 calibre bullet
in his breast and in a dying condition.
When he told Major Evans that the
man was dying, the announcment seem- i
ed to frenzy Evans and he used insult
ing language to the doctor, and charged
him with killing the man.
Dr. Gibbes reported the case to the
police and Evans was arrested and
taken to jail; on the way to the jail he
said that Captain Griffin took a pistol
from Evans' bureau drawer and shot1
himself. An examination of the room
and body showed that the body was
dragged'from where it fell to the bed,
that there were bruises on the dead
man's face and powder burns on his
right forearm, his hat dented and trails
of blood on the fioor. The Coroner's
jury returned a verdict, charging Evans
with the killing. There were no eye
witnesses to the tragedy, but the sui
cide theory advanced by Evans was not I
accepted by the jury and he will have t
to stand his trial on the charge of mur
der. It is now said that Evans will not
claim that Captain Griffin committed
suicide, but that Evans admits the kil- ~
ling and will make self defense his de- E
fense. The prominence of Major Evans' G
family, he being a son of the late Gen.
Nathaniel Evans, and a brother of ex
Gov. John Gary Evans, makes his de
plorable predicament of intense inter
est to people all over the State, and the
outcome will b~e watched with eager
ness. There are no eye witnesses to
testify, but there are a number of si
lent witnesses which will impress deep -
l a fair and an impartial jury.
Old Soldier's Experience.1
M. M. Austin. c. civil war veteran of Winches
er Ind., writes: "My wife was sick a long time
in spite of good doctor's treatment. but was
wholly cured by Dr. -King's New Life Pills,
which worked wonders for her health." They
always do. Try them. Only 25c: at The R. B.
Loryesa Drug Store. 3
Mrs. George Boyden of Newburg,
Id., has been married nine times and
is now a widow of fifty years. Her first.
venture was when she was twenty.
O A.S T 0 .Z.&.
Attention, Sons Confederate Veterans!
To tire Sons of Confederate Veterans in
The annual reunion of Confederate
Veterans for this State will be held in
Columbia May 8th to 11th. The Sons
of Confederate Veterans will take part
in the reunion, and it is important that
Clarendon should be represented. I
therefore urge that every son of a Con
federate veteran who served in the in
fantry, cavalry, artillery or navy in the
late war between the States, attend a
meeting in the court house at Man
ning on Saturday, May 4th, at say 11
o'clock, for the purpose of electing offi
cers of our camp and sending delegates
to the reunion in Columbia. It is a
great privilege that we should enjoy in
keeping bright the memories of the
many deeds; of service and sacrifice on
the part of our fathers; therefore let
us enjoy meeting once each year to per
petuate this noble and patriotic cause.'
We cordially invite all old veterans
who will to meet with us.
J. H. LESESNE,
She Didn't Wear a Mask,
But her beauty was completely hidden by sores,
)lotches and pimples till she used Bucklen's
Arnica Salve. Then they vanished as will all
Eruptions, Fever Sores, boils. Ulcers, Carbun
:les and Felons from its use. Infallible for Cuts,
orns, Burns. Scalds and Piles. Cure guaran
;eed. 25c. at The R. B. Lorvea Drug Store. 3
Prize Offered for Souvenir Design.
The Women's Department of the
outh Carolina Inter-State and West
[ndian Exposition will give a prize of
310 for the best original design for sou
enirs to be sold in the Women's Build
ng during the Expositiou.
This competition is open only to
somen of South Carolina. Each de
ign must be sent to the undersigned by
fuly 1st, 1901, and must be accompa
lied by specifications for its construc
ion, and the real name of competitor,
n a sealed envelope, and not appearing
,sewhere, so that the name of compet
tor will not be known until the award
Rejected designs will be returned
tpon application (with postage enclos
d) made within thirty days after the
lose of competition.
The Executive Committee of the Wo- We
en's Department will be the judges of bro
he competition. effo
MRS. R. W. MEMMINGER, .' our
Chr'n Com. on Souvenir, r
44 Pitt St., Charleston, S. C. goo
A Deep Mystery. HO
It is a mystery why women endure Backache, Tro
eadache. Nervousness. Sleeplessness. Melan- low
holy, Fainting and Dizzy Spells when thous
nds have proved that Electric Bitters will
uickly cure such troubles. "I suffered for and
ears with kidney trouble," writes Mrs. Phebe
herley of Peterson, Ia., "and a lame back
ined me so I could not dress myself, but Elec- "A
rc Bitters wholly cured me, and, although 73 1 U
ears old, I now am able to do all my house- one''
ork.' It overeomes Constipation. improves
,ppetite. gives perfect health. Only 50c at The priC
B. Loryea Drug Store. 3
Only Until April 27th. pee
Thanking the people of Clarendon stoc
ounty kindly for the patronage be
towed upon me, I beg to inform the wan
ublic that I will be in Manning, at my HO
Mfice next door to S. A. Rigby's store,
nly until April 27th. Those who are not
ontemplating to see me regarding anet
heir eyes can do so up to and includ- thei
2g Saturday, April 27th. prel
You will miss a grand opportunity if
ou fail to avail yourselves to be fitted hay
t home by an expert who can furnish also
ou by calling on him with the best of
ecommendations from Clarendon coun
y's own people. a
I make glasses in all the latest styles,pa
emove Cataracts as well as Pterygium
y absorption, straightening cross eyes
ithout the use of a knife or pain.
If you have glasses that do not fit you
can put glasses in your frames that
o. Prices reasonable.N
A. BECKER, M. D., D. 0.
At A. I. Barron's Sewing Machine
fice, next door to S. A. Rigby's store.
ATLAN'TA, GA., Nov. 7, 1s79. 1
Dr. C. J. MOFFETT-Dear Sir: I cannot too
~rongly recommend your TEETHINA (Teeth
ig Powders) to mothers as one of the best
tedicnes they can obtain for their debilitated
nd siciuly infants. I have used it wita very it
tisfactory results the past summer with my I
lld, and while we have heretofore lost a chld*
r two from teething under other remedies, our
resent child, that has taked TEETHINA, is a
ne, healthy boy. I am. very resetully
Brother of U. S. Senator and Ex-Gov. Joseph
For sale by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Forty-first session began January 7,
901. Thorough preparation for any
ollege. Individual teachiag. Tuition,
1 to $4 per month.
MRS. E. C. ALSBROOK,
45-tf] Principal. H
"Last winter 1 was confined to my
ed with a very bad cold in the lungs.
othing gave me relief. Finally my p
ife bought a bottle of One Minute
'ugh Cure that effected a speedy cure.
cannot speak too highly of that excel- Th
mt remedy " Mr. T. K. Houseman,
lanatawney, Pa. The R. B. Loryea
Irug Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
There are more groceries in the I
nited States than any other kind of
usiness concerns. Statistics show 120,
10 retail and 3,360 wholesale stores. con
If troubled by a weak digestion, loss of appe
te or constipation, try a few doses of Chain
erlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Every
ox warranted. For sale by The R. B, Loryea
rug Store, Isaac Md. Loryea, Prop.jf
his signature is on every box of the genuine
Laxative Bromo-'Quinine Tabets
o remedy that cares a cold in one day
WITH OUR has
WE ARE LIABLE TO
-ide Our Light Under a
AS REGARDS OUR EXTRACTS,
PERFUMES AND COLOGNES, Hov
sut truth impels us to say that we have Fi
he most do t
BEAUTIFUL. AND VARIED AS- Giv
ver displayed in Manning. Our stock
mbraces in part as follows:
RIEGER'S CALIFORNIA PERFUMES.
COLGATE'S TUBE ROSE PERFUMES.
COLGATE'S MUSK PERFUMES.
VIOLET TOILET WATER,
FLORIDA TOILET WATER.
OUR CELEBRATED COLOGNE SEI
'repared in omu' laboratories has met ent
r'ithi the approval of the public. mor
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Proprietor,
SIg~n of tho
MANNINC, S. 0.
-'~HONEE NO. 2.
grNight callsrxmpoded to promptly
FMafrorders receive our immedi-U
We do not let anyone give you as much goods for your
money as you get here. There is nothing the matter
with the goods, but makers feared something might
happen to them and they wanted the money, and we
bought them and that explains the whole thing. Why,
we are selling so cheap and it is likely you will find
these same goods at other places for twice what we ask
for them. Everything we sell is at a bargain. When
goods are bought at the bottom notch price and those
who work for me are paid a fair price for their labor,
and if there is left a small profit of 10 per cent for mce
1 am satisfied. Who are the p~eople that trade with
me? They are the ones that know the value of goods
and the value of a dollar. We are getting new cus
tomers every day and if we are not saving them a few
cents they would not trade with us. We will give you
some warm prices nextweek.
Yours for cut prices.
S. L TILL,
RACKT STORE. w
INSTANTLY INCREASING DEMAND
are now carrying the largest and most varied stock of Hardware ever
ght into the county. It has taken four years of constant push and
t to create this demand, but in view of the facts we do not feel that -
exertions have been in vain, and will continue to use our best endeav
.long the same line of business integrity to increase the demand for our
LOSIEBU EDQWehave a large stock of Locks, Hinges and Build
U s' Hardware generally. -We are making Eaves,
ughs, Conductors, Pipe and Valley Tin which we are selling at the -
st possible prices.e
Do not forget to see us for Paints, Oils, etc.; we have them in all shades
SR'The season is approaching when you willwant
BuuGRW R to put new Flues in your barns or repair old -
. We are now taking orders for Flues and repairs, and willa'give you
es on them that will meet any competition.
Our Flues this season will be made from the best Sheet Steel, every -
eof which is carefully locked, grooved and riveted, thereby insuring
et safety from fire; the elbows and T's are made of No. 24 Gauge -
ts, and are strongly put together. We have all weights of sheets in -
k. and Flues will be made after any pattern desired.
Write us if you have not the time to come to town and state what you .
t. We will quote you prices by return mail.
lOEIEEDEDQ Ifyur Stove does .not give satisfaction-if it is E
Do LII.LI RU cracked and fills your house with smoke, if it does E
bake properly, dispose of it-life is too short to be filled with annoy
s of that kind-and get one of our 0. K. or Garland Jr, JCook Stoves,
you will have done with one source of unpleasantness and make the e
aration of your meals a pastime rather than a bore.
iVhen in want of Crockery come and see the beautiful assortment we
to show you. We have a nice -lot of Stone Churns and Flower Pots;
kce Cream Churns and Water Coolers.
Wri e yuare agents for the Columbia Bicycles, the standard of
U .teworld, adsell all grades of Wheels made by that com
y. We also have a full line of Bicycle Repairs. ii
Very truly yours, w
tanning Hiardware Co.
& Co.'s i
ds its Shape and Color T coe
nd Gives More W ear
ma Any Other Clothing r e a e
on the Market. c e wmen
VERY man who has a regard for his pocketbook and wants to prac
tice practical economy should see our line of CLOTHING this sprig.
Those who patronize so-called "swell" tailors we particularly]
invite, because we know it is the easiest thing in the world for us to- One
inee them that we can clothe them equally as good and for a great
less money. - One
,t us show you our newcst ideas in
en's and Boys' Clothing for Spring.
e have made great preparations to meet all the demands, and to buy
ing Suit before seeing our stock will be a lost opportunity.
ur stock of Hats for spring and summer are all in, and a better line ing
ever been shown in Manning before. In Straw Goods we have done ent
best to get the NOBBIEST and all the Latest Shapes that are to be
Jrlne ofFur Hats is complete in all the new Colors and Latest Blocks., the
an you are in town come in and let us show you through this line, )
her yon are wanting to buy or not, We can show some beauties. resp
e might have overdone ourselves and bought too much in this line.
~ever we have them, and we had to buy largel to get all the Styles
Patterns, and they must be sold. If pretty Patterns, Good Quality,
Class Workmanlship and Low Prices mean anything we are going to will
e shirt trade of the town and community this spring and summer.
us a call. the
ake our Shoes, the WALK-OVER for instance for men, the DREW ma
BY for ladies, the STAR SHOE for children; you will find them differ- po
rom any other store's offerings in this place. They-fit better, give you
comfort and last you longer than any Shoe you can buy.. Our cus- w
ers are daily expressing the satisfaction these Shoes are giving them.
rly every day some gentleman steps in-to say to us, "This is the best
I ever had." One gentleman in town told us the WALK-OVER SHOE,
d him longer than any shoe he has had since he was a man.
f you have not worn a pair of these, all we ask is to give them a trial.
L full line of Oxfords for men, and Sandals and Oxfords for ladies andFb
ren. In fact we are headquarters for Shoes. -are'
hanking you for past favors, we are ee
Yours anxious to please,
. M. DAVIS & CO.s
Trading Is in Full Swing at The Jen- 3
kinson Dry Goods Store Now.
Our Easter sales gave an impetus to Spring business which
promises to enable us to beat all previous records easily. -
The splendid values which made our store such a magnate
for the last two weeks for economical shoppers will continue to
attract people who appreciate high class Dry Goods at close .
prices. We profess to carry nothing but high class merchandise
and we are always pleased to have our goods compared with ,
other dealers'. It is an old saying but none the less true that old
shoddy goods are dear at any price, and the public is every day T
being more and more convinced of this fact.
Staple Dry Goods..
Ladies, don't forget that we still have on hand a large lot of
those yard-wide Percales at 5c per yard. These goodsare notthe
little remnants and short ends, but all full pieces and perfect
goods. This is a value that you can't get every day and ever.y- -
where, so come and get some of these very cheap goods before
they all go..
Also a large lot of Shirting Print Calicos for Spring Shirt -
Waists, only Sic per yard.
Yard-wide Sea Island Homespun at Sc per yard.
Fine very heavy Cheviot Shirting, for Men's Work Shirts,
only 8+e per yard, regular price 10c. y
Cottonades at 10, 12" and 15e per yard.
Blue Denims at 12+, 15 and 20c per yard.
Yard-wide Bleach Homespun, gilt edge, only 61c per yard. -
Fine Pants Linen for Boys, in both Plain and Checks, at 15,
20 and 25c per yard.
Apron Lineus at 121, 15, 20 and 25e per yard, and all kinds of ,
staple Dry Goods at the lowest prices.
and Wash Goods.
Our line of Wash Goods and White Goods is by far the pret
tiest we have ever shown. -
Just think of this, while up North we picked: up a lot of
White Organdies and Lawns that usually sell for 40 and -50c per
yard. We will sell any of the lot of goods at 25c per yard. It ~ -
will pay you to see these values. -
A large lot of White India Lawns at 10e per yard that look
ve-y cheap at 12ic, but buying these goods in large quantities . -..
enables us to name prices that will make them sure winners.
When you need nice Spring Clothing, remember that we
carry a line that will surely please you, in any grade. -
Can give you a nice Summer Flannel Suit at only $3.50.
A large line of Summer Sacks and Vests In any shape or cut
Our line of nice Spring Snits for Young Men in Slims and
Regulars is the prettiest we have ever shown. -
Young men, our $7.50 and .$10 Worsted and Cassimere Suits r
will surely appeal to your pocketbook and good taste if you come
and give us a look.
Sample flats and Felt and Straw.
Those who bought Hats from us last year know what Sample:
Hatsknean;s it imeans that you get Hats at half the regular price::
Felt Hats dr# Strag atsamples in any price or quality ,on
Look at'the splendid display of Spring Hats in our front win- r
Shirt and Underwear.
No man can come and look at the line of Shirts we are-offer =
ing without buying if he isin the market for such goods.. The
style of goods and the low prices we ask for them will surely a
peal to his good judgment.
A very large and well selected line of Gauze Underwear in al - - -
Seriv~n's Elastic Seam Drawers at 50c per pair. .
A full line of Cuffs, Collars and late styleckwear.3
W. E. JENKINSON
URING THIS MONTH-APRIL-THE SPRING BUSINESS.-E
t to have in full blast, and to make it a bit -interesting for CA8~
ERS and to make our neighbor stores shudder, we are offering induce
s like these, and it will pay you to read them every one over carefully. 'S
yring Shoes and Footwean
ot of Ladies' Shoes-sizes limited-the former price was Si,
ow for April...........-.-....---.------- .
lot of Ladies' Sunday and Everyday wear Shoes, in both fll,
yles, Lace and Button, that would be cheap at $1.25, for April 77 ev
lot Ladies' Strap Sandals, very stylish this season, worth b ,
~1.25, the low price now. ......................
r grades at........$1.485 $1. 65 $1A.98 $2.25.
o see our fine Three-Strap Sandal, fine Vici Kid, genuine25
and Turned, at..-..-...-------------. ---------------.
ur line of Men's Fine Shoes are the most up-to-date anywhere. includ
he famous Hamilton-Brown line in fine Velluto Calfs, Vici Kids, Pat
ather and some few Tans.
ur Children's, Misses' and Boys' Shoes are strictly up-to-date.
he little TOT SANDALS are the Toniest Shoes for the little ones on
aabyet.First Shoes are on our counters and they are first class in every
ear in mind, dear customer, if you want the most comfortable, lasting
tylish Shoes,'you will find them at Rigbys, and the best of all, they
~heaper thsan you will gdt them anywhere else. We buy direct from
eople that manufa'cture them.
ur Straw Hats for Old and Young Men are now open and no better-lot
you find this side of Baltimore.
Ve have the correct shapes for the Young Men and Boys and we have
~pine shape Straw Hat that is very pretty.
)on't forget that Rigby sells these Straw Hats for cash a great deal
er than you can buy them at other p laces.
Ve are already selling Ladies' Gauze Undervests at 5c to 25c.
~adies' Drop Stitched Hose.
RVES IN THIN DRESS GOODS.
'rom the day this "ad." appears, to run two weeks, we will put every- -
P we have in the Dry Goods line at prices under the rest. We will not
any prices now, but will wait till you come, for we know the trading
le of this county know values when they see them and we will wait to
the. price ourselves. Makes no difference what prices you may have,
nil do better when you come.
ou will find goods like these:.
11l kinds of White Goods.
11l kinds of Dimities.
11i kinds of Lawns.
11l kinds of Organdies, paces, Embroideries, etc.
adies, we have a nice line of Flower Pots for planting out your Spring
vers. We have them from a very small size to the big size3. The prices
ay down compared to the quality of the goods, just like we are selling
.COME OUR WAY FOR YOUR SPRING GOODS.