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Publishes All County and Town Of
MANNING, S. C.. 1AY 15, 1901.
Starting on Saturday, 18th, and Continuing
All of the Following Week.
We have gone careiully through our
stock and thrown out all the remnants
and collected them together on a
R E M N A N T COUN T E R,
and will sell them all off at COST for
the Spot Cash. Those who attend this
sale will certainly get some splendid
We will also have several dozen pair
of Ladies' Shoes which we are going to
sell at and below COST.
Just think of this, a Ladies' Shoe that
sold for $1 will be run off at 54c per
Men's 50c Negligee Shirts will be sold
at 35c each.
One thousand yards of Yard-Wide
Fast Colored Percales, in one and two
yard pieces, will be sold at FOUR
CENTS PER YARD as long as they
In short, those who attend this sale
will not be disappointed, as we intend
this Remnant Sale to come up in every
way to our published statement.
gale starts Saturday, May 18th.
W. E. JENKINSON.
Notice is here-by given that no advertise
ments will be changed in this paper where
the copy is brought in later than Saturday
Mannng Street Car Schedule.
Leave Central Hotel corncr 8:30 a. m. and 5:40
p. m. for the passenger trains, and the car will
also meet the freight trains. Arrangements
have been made with the agent at depot to tele
phone when freight trains are approaching
Fare, 10 cents each way.
Mrs. Stephen Thomas of Charleston
is visiting her daughter Mrs. W. Scott
Men's Shoes at 98c. worth $1.25.
Soldering neatly done. Manning
A boy in New Jersey swallowed a dy
namite cartridge and his mother is
afraid to spank him.
Two Hammers and one Hatchet for
25c. at Louis Levi.
Mower Blades sharpened at 50 cents
each. Manning Hardware Company.
Messrs. R. S. and Claude DesChamps
of Clarendon made a very pleasant visit
to THE TimES office yesterday.
All Slippers for ladles and children
at cost. Louis Levi.
Great Remnant Sale 't the Jenkin
son D. G. S. from the 18th to 25th of
Mr. Walter C. Johnson has accepted
a position to travel for the J. W. Mc
Coy Pottery Co., Roseville Ohio. -
Ladies' Oxford Slippers and Patent'
"Leather Sandals at cost. Louis Levi.
In use over half a century-Mott's
Vinegar. That's all. Thes R. B. Lor
yea Drug Store.
Miss Minnie McFadden who has been
teaching school at Eastover. has re
turned home to spend her vacation.
Protect your clothing from moths by
using -Camphor Tar Balls. The R. B.
Loryes Drug Storg.
We sell the famous "Jay Bird" Bi
cycle at $12.50. Manning Hardware
Mr. J. A. Weinberg is home from the
University of Virginia, where he ha
been taking a post-gratluate law course.
*Avoid two nuisances by using Tan
glefoot and Dead Stuck. The R B.
Loryea Drug Store.
When in need of Slippers give Louis
Levi a call, he is selling out his Slip-]
'pers for ladies and children at cost.
Henderson Garland in Douglas town
ship lost his house and the contents
thereof by fire on the night of the 6th.
If you have cash to spend it will pay
you to attend the Remnant Sale at the
~Jenkinsion D. G. S.
There are Teas and Teas. We have
the TEA to please the most fastidious.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
When you hear a fellow say "I owe
no man a dollar," he unintentionally
compliments the sagacity of the busi
ness men of the town.
Baseball Players. Attention! We
have everything appertaining to your
needs. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
You will not be disappointed if you
attend the Remnant Sale at the Jenk
inson D. G. S.. but the cash you must
Dr. J. F. Geiger who has been visit
ing relatives in Lexington and Orange
burg counties has returned home. His
return may give us pain.
No one can attend the Remnant Sale
at the Jenkmnson D. G. S. and resist the
splendid values that are beinit offered
them for the cash.
Reliability, Skill, Promptness. Read
advertisement in another column of
THE MANNING TIMEs. The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store.
The inventor of a fountain pen who
has recently died may find the record
ing angel ini a ruffled mood if his par
ticular pen didn't work well.
Attend the Remnant Sale at the Jen
kinson D. G. S. and be convinced that
thev are offering better values for the
cai than any house in this part of the
One hundred Ladies' nice White
Chip Hats, beautifully trimmed in
Flowers anid Ribbons, sell at $2 and
$2.50, but you get them during this
Remnant Sale at $1.25 and $1.50. Jea
kinson D. G. S.
Mrs. J. R. Haynesworth,nee Strange,
was seriously hurt last Saturday in
Sumter by the horse she was driving
becoming frightened, throwing her out
and breaking her shoulder.
You are much more liable to disease
when your liver and bowels do not act
properlv. DeWitt's Little Early Risers
remov'e the cause of disease. The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryea,
The shirt waist era::e has struck
Manning. Some of our young bloods
have made their appearance and it
makes them look real sweeet- - weatlly
too feet to live. doncher know.~
Laborers and mechanics can get em.
ployment in Charleston at the exposi
tion grounds at good wages. We are
in position to aid any man that wants
work, to get employment there.
Miss Florence Newman. who has been a great
sufferer fro muscuar rhuats.srCh
affords her relief. Miss Newman is a much re
peted resident of the village of Gray, N. Y.,
nmakes this statement for the benefit of
othrs similarly afnlicted. This liniment is for
-,...eba Th A.~ Loryea Drtur Store.
A friend in need, is a friend incieed.
Rations scarce and getting scarcer with
us, our kind friend Mrs. .T. H. Mc
Knight drives bruin from our door with
a fine bas.ket of vegetables of he: own
DeWitt's Little Early Risers search
the remotest parts of the bowels and
remove the impurities speedily with no
discomfort. They are famous for their
efficacy. Easy to take. never gripe.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaic M.
No decision from the supreme court
has been handed down yet in the mat
ter of the pension dispute. The case
was argued and it is now up to the
judges, and until they speak the pen
sioners must be patient.
Skin affections will readily disappear
by using DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve.
Look out for counterfeits. If you get
DeWitt's you will get good results. It
is the quick and positive cure for piles.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac M.
Miss Hattie Harvin who has been
visiting Miss Maude Brock, of Panola,
returned home last Sunday. She was
accompanied by Misses Daisy Follin
and Maude Brock, and Messrs. J. W.
Rigby, Sep Harvin and W. A. Kilgo,
who returned that afternoon.
Mr. W. J. Baxter of North Brook, N.
C., says he suffered with piles for fif
teen years. He tried many remedies
with no results until he used DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve and that quickly
cured him. The R. B. Loryea Drug
Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
The closing exercises of the Moses
Levi Memorial Institute will take place
Monday evening, June 3. Hon. Samuel
Dibble, LL. D., of Orangeburg, will de
liver an address, and the public will
partake of a literary feast. Dr. Dibble
is the first graduate of Wofford College,
distinguished in State and national
councils, a profound lawyer and a thor
oughgoing business man. He has
served his people in the legislature,
then in congress, at the Bar and is now
at the head of one of, the most flourish
ing banks in the State. His accepting
the invitation to address the~patrons of
this school is a comoliment to us and
will be appreciated.
FLORENCE. S. C.. NOv. _6. 1900.
I was first advised by our family physcian in 1
Charleston to use TEETHINA with our baby
when she was but a very young infant. as a pre- 1
ventive of colic and to warm and sweeten the
stomach. Later it was useful in teething trou
bles. and its effect has been found to be so very
beneficial and so free from the dangers that are
consequent upon the use of drugs and soothing f
syrups, that we have come to regard it, after i
use with three children. as one of the necessi- s
ties when there is a new baby in the house and
until the teething troubles are over, and we
take pleasure in recommending it to our friends S
instead of the horrid stuff that so many people
use to keep their babies quiet.
HARTWELL M. AYER.
(Mgr. Daily Times and Weekly Times-Messen-.
Hon. T. B. Stackhouse one of the
most progressive and enterprising busi
ness men of the cn-owing town of Dillon
was in Manninglast Friday inspecting
Harvin's hosiery mill with a view of
enlarging a knitting mill at Dillon
which he has recently bought a half
interest in. Mr. Stackhouse is cashier
and manager of the bank at Dillon, a
large owner in the cotton mill stock at
that place and has several other inter
ests there, all of which he was largely
instrumental in starting. He was
pleasmtly impressed with. Manhing,
and he told the writer that he saw no
reason why Manning should lag behind.
He said if the people here would be
fair toward one and another and pull
toether the town has a splendid foun
dation for quick and permanent growth.
"Our little girl was urnconscious from
strangulation during a sudden and ter
rible attack of croup. I quickly se
cured a bottle of One Minute Cough I
Cure, giving her three doses. The 1
roup was mastered and our little dar
ling speedily recovered." So writes A. I
L. Spafford, Chester, Mich. The R. B. 1
Lotyea Drug Store. Isaade M. Lory ea,
In last week's TIMES we mentioned
the coming establishment of a' large
livery and sale stable, together with a
department for the sale of wagons, bug
gies, carriages, harness, farming imple- 1
ments and everything else in this line to
meet the demands of a discriminating1
public. This concern, we said, is com- 1
posed of Horace Harby of Sumter and
M. F. Hleller of Kingstree. Since then<
we are in receipt of a letter in which is<
stated that Mr. W. P. Hawkins, for
merly of this place but now living in
Kingstree, has been taken into the firm
as one of the partners, and we may look<
for advantages to be derived by havingd
this new concern with us. Competition
is healthy; it invigorates trade, it in-;
fuses active blood into veins that have
become sluggish from having things its
own way. This new firm will be knowni
as W. P. Hawkins & Co. and they will
do a general time business.
"I have been suffering from Dyspep
sia for the past twenty years and have
been unable after trying all prepara
tions and physicians to get any relief'.
After taking on bottle of Kodol Dyspep-1
sia Cure I found relief and am now in
better health than I have been for
twenty years. 1 can not praise Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure too hia-hly,'' thus writes
Mrs. C. W. Roberts... orth Creek, Ark.
The R. B. Loryea IDrug Store, Isaac M.
Preaching at the Methodist church
on Sunday morning by the pastor at 11
o'clock. The subject for the mornmng~
service will be oue of great importance
*and the entire membership is urged to
The afternoon service will be held at
5.30 p. m. The subject for the after-<
noon service will be "The Sabbath."
The public is cordially invited.
Steps the Conghaimd Works off the Cold.
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets cure
a cold in one day. No Cure, No Pay.
OF COD-LIVER OIL WITH
should always be kept in
the house for the fol-'
F7RST- Because, if any member
of the family has a hard cold, it
will cure it.
SEQND- Because, if the chil
dren are delite and sickly, it will
make themn strong and well.
I ?W .Because, if the father or
mother is losing flesh and becom
ing thin and emaciated, it will build
them up and give them flesh and
FOURTH - Because it is the
standard remedy in all throat and
No household should be without it.
It can be taken in summer as well
as in winter.
Sm-rrT~'$w heumir~ Nw York.
One of the most inte-resting occasions
that has taken place in this town oc- I
curred last Sunday at the Methodist
church. That day was set apart for the t
dedication of their handsome edifice, I
builded for. and consecrated to, Al- r
mighty God. The debt of $1,200 had v
recently been removed and the congre- I
gation spent about $200 more in re- I
painting the building and it is today C
one of the most comfortable churches I
we know of. C
Last Sunday morn brought with it an 0
ideal Sabbath; nature smiled its ap- u
proval on what was to take place and s
seemed to add its mite towards making Io
the dedication service a memorable I
one. The congregation filled the aud,- I;
torium to its fullest capacity and the v
school room and aisles were pressed in
to accommodate the crowd. There was a
no preaching at the other churches ard b
their congregations were present to p
participate in this dedicatory service. n
The choir, with Mrs. G. H. Huggins
organist, rendered music of a very n
high order. The music would have f,
been creditable to the hired choirs of t,
fashionable city churches. The con- tl
gregation was composed of all denomi- e
ations and creeds and every mind with c
i faculty for reasoning must have been v
mpressed with the words which fell t]
rrom the distinguished divine's lips. v
Bishop W. V. Duncan of the Metho- J
iist Episcopal Church, South, whose V
ome is in Spartanburg, preached the n
ermon, and it would be a treat to our b
eaders were we able to reproduce his I
iscourse. He spoke for one hour and t]
L quarter to a congregation of appre- s(
Aative hearers, so much so that had he t(
alked another hour and a quarter the tl
:ongregation would have continued in
vrapt attention. The sermon was clear w
:ut, practical, free from sensationalism jit
nd bristling with spiritual thought, lE
d from any standpoint one may. con- O
ider, it was a treat to be there. From st
literary view it was a masterful pro- e:
luction of chaste Engfish; as an argu- v,
nent it was forceful, teeming with in- t<
ellectual thought; as an exhortation it v4
vas a grand collection of reasoning, full ni
>f pleading and spiritual advice. His w
ermon was a magniacent historical re- it
iew of Methodism, and all through his h,
liscourse there was that attractiveness cl
hich culture, refinement and broad- ti
nindedness displays. it
Bishop Duncan's visit to Manning tr
vas not onlt beneficial to Methodists, di
>ut all denominations, creeds and even pi
he writer felt much benefit from it. al
The following is a brief outline of the cl
Text: -Stand ye in the ways., and see, and ask tI
or the old paths. where is the good way. and di
rak therein. and ye shall f1nd rest for your b,
ouls." Jer. 6:16.
Th e dedication of a church to the
ervice of God is of more importance to t
community than factories, mines, oil m
rells, costly buildings, or even fine Im
chools. It marks a great day in the
istory of a people, the influence of
rhich we are not able to measure.
We enjoy great blessings and privi
eges in our day. Our fathers never or
reamed of the good things which we c2
njoy. The former times were not bet- h
er than these. The world is moving H
orward. We have accomplished much, F
or which we should be thankful. Still H
ve have not done what we should have qt
lone. We have not measured up to our TI
-esponsibility, considering the resour- t
es at our command. When we speak
f the old paths we do not refer to the
nere externals of worship and of life.
Che fashion may chan'ge, and we
hange with the fashion. We do not
Iress like our forefathers, in knee
reeches. The ladies wear, not the
>ld style of bonnet, but their hats l
dorned with beautiful flowers. These
hings are not sinful unless we wor- dI
hip them. They are not irreconcilable ar
ith spiritual growth. These are mere :
xternals. When we speak of the old ar
aths we refer not to these, but the in- mg
Ler piritual life.
We may not agree in theory as to ti,
ukewarmness and apostacy, but wea
nust face the fact that men and
hurches do backslide; they lose their m
piritual life. So we read of one or two
f the seven churches in Revelation.
Che causes of this are many-material
>rosperity, luxurious living, etc.
The "old paths" refer to the growth
f the inner life, the development of
he spiritual man, the belief and prac
ice of the doctrines once delivered to pc
he saints. We are exhorted to return pl
o these "old paths."aa
Repentance, justification, the witness th
if the Spirit and sanctification are car- at
inal doctrines of Methodism and of Y7
'hristianity, and one to be emphasized.
hey are the staple of Methodist belief
.nd no restatement of our creed is nec
issary. Holding steadfastly to these '
Loctrines, let her go forth living them
.nd preaching them. recognizing with C
ohn Wesley, " The world is my par
At the close of the sermon the build
ng was formally dedicated to the ser
'ice of God.
In the afternoon the Bishop preached
,gain to a full house on the duty of the
:hurch to save men-a strong, timely
isourse. His remarks were based on Zl
sal. 6:1: " Brethren, if a man be over- ]
aken in a fault, ye which are spiritual :c
estore such an one in the spirit of
neekness, considering thyself, lest thou
lso be tempted."
We wish Bishop Duncan to feel as
tred that he will ever hold a warm.
nace in the hearts of this people, and '
hat he will always find a sincere wel- tE
ome when he comes to Manning. -
Strikes a Rich Find.
- I was troubled for several year's with chronic
uidigestion and nervous debility." writes F. J.
ireen of I caster. N. H. -No remedy helped
e until I .gan using Electric Bitters, which
id me more good than all the flhedicines I ever
tsed. They have also kept my wife in excellent c
tenlth for years. She says Electric Bitters are
.st splendid for female troubles; that they are
grand tonic and invigorator for weak, run ti
own women. No other medicine can take its t
place in our family." Try them. Only 50c.
atisfaction guaranteed by The R. B. Loryea
)rug Storc. I
Runaway "Nigger" at Large. T
"Yer trus' em he trow pr," is a ne
;ro saying about a mule, and the same
night'also be applied to the negro con
;ict. John Lewis, convicted for steal
ng a bale of cotton from Mr. Andrew
Vhames, was made a trusty, by reason
hat he- had occupied a similar distinc
:ion when he was on the chaingang be
Fore, and during that twelve months he
,emained worthy of the trust reposed
.n him until he graduated. At the last
ern of court he merited, and was per
itted to take, a post-graduate course
n the chaingang, and when he went fa,
back his alma mater, delighted with his qi
etur., the faculty gave him the office 9'
f trusty again and stationed him close R
o the flesh pots.
At daylight last Monday morning he
svas turned out of the cage to help cook S
areakfast, and. being on intimate terms
svith the dogs, he took them along with
hxim when he went to bring water. The
pump would not work and he and the P
logs went out into the woods but they
id not come back. After he was gone
about ten minutes one of the guards
alled him and, getting no response,
began a search. He discovered tracks
eading into a don'se bay, but no "nig- e
er" and no dogs. The search was
ontinued and the dogs were found at a
negro house about tsvo miles this side
of Sumter, but no signs of Lewis. The
escape was from the gang which is nowT
located in the Fork, about three miles
w~est of Alcolu.
Supervisor Owens will get Lewis. It
may be several days or even weeks. but
tha't nigger," like the cat, will come
back._ _ _
Beware of a Cough.
A cough is not a disease but a symptom. Con
sumption and bronchitis, which are the most
dangerous and fatal diseases. have for their first
indication a persistent cough. and if properly
treated as soon as this cough appears are easily
cured. Chamberlaini's Cough Remedy has pro
yen wonderfully successful. and gained its wide
reputation and extensive sale by its success in
curing the diseases which cause coughing. If it
is not beneficial it will not cost yon a cent. For Ih
- sale n T .1.norea TMr~ Store. IF
S. I. TILL,
The Recognized Leader
and controller of Low Prices, is still doing business at the
same old place. He is too busy cutting off and selling all
those lovely Colored and White Organdy Dresses and those
good 3-inch Percales at 5c to write any prices, but bear in
mind we have what you want and at - special low price.
We sell all
High Class Goods.
Others try to imitate us in prices, but after comparing
the goods you will find that we are the
Only Recognized Cut Price Store,
We are still standing up to our promise, saving you 25
cents on every dollar spent with us, and 50 cents on Millinery
Yours for prices right.
1S. I. TILL,
?A Prop'r Racket Store.
CONSTANTLY INCREASING DMAN!
We are now carrying the largest and most varied stock of Hardware eve
brought into the county. It has taken four years of constant push an
effort to create this demand, but in view of the facts we do not feel tha
our exertions have been in vain, and will continue to use our best endeav
ors along the same line of business integrity to increase the demand for ou
We have a large stock of Locks, Hinges and Build
H OUS BUILDERS, ers' Hardware generally. We are making Eaves
Troughs, Conductors, Pipe and Valley Tin which we are selling At th
lowest possible prices.
Do 'not forget to see us for Paints, Oils, etc.; we have them in all shade
DTBThe season is approaching when you will wan
TOBACCO CRO WERS, to put new Flues in your barns or repair oli
ones. We are now taking orders for Flues and repairs, and will give yoi
prices on them that will meet any competition.
Our Flues this season will be made from the best Sheet Steel, ever;
piece of which is carefully locked, grooved and riveted, thereby insurin
perfect safety from fire; the elbows and T's are made of No. 24 Gaug
sheets, and are strongly put together. -We have all weights of sheets ii
stock, and Flues will be made after any pattern desired.
Write us if you have not the time to come to town and state what yoi
want. We will quote you prices by return mail.
P If your Stove does not give satisfaction-if it
,HOUS 0LR LRU cracked and fills your house with smoke, if it doe
not bake properly, ispose of it-life is too short to be filled with annoy
ances of that kind-and get one of our 0. K. or Garland, Jr., Cook Stoves
then you will have done with one source of unpleasantness and make th<
preparation of your meals a pastime rather than a bore.
When in want of Crockery come and see the beautiful assortment w,
have to show you. We have a nice lot of Stone Churns and Flower Pots
also Ice Cream Churns and Water Coolers.
BYCLES.B We are agents- for the Columbia Bicycles, the standard o
.teworld, and sell all grades of Wheels made by that comn
pany. 'We also have a full line of Bicycle Repairs. ,
Very truly yours,
Manning Hardware Co.
CLO T HING
Holds its Shape and Color .
And Gives More-Wear
Than Any Other Clothing
on the Market. ci~ f
VERY man who has a regard for his pocketbook and wants to prac
..tice practical econaomy shold see our line of CLOTHING this spring
Those who patronize so-called "swell" tailors we particularl:
invite, because we know it is the easiest -thing in the world for us ti
con vince them that we can clothe them equally as good and for a grea
deal less money.
Let us show you our newcst ideas in
Men's and Boys' Clothing for Spring
We have made great preparations to meet all the demands, and to bu:
a Spring Suit before seeing our stock will be a lost opportunity.
Our stock of Hats for spring and summer are all in, and a better lin
has never been shown in Manning before. In Straw Goods we have don
our best to get the NOBBIEST and all the Latest Shapes that are to b
wOr line ofFuir Hats is complete in all the new Colors and Latest Blocks
When you aLre in town come in and let us show you through this line
whether you are wanting to buy or not, We can show some beauties.
We might have overdone ourselves and bought too much in this line
However wvehave themn and we had to buy largely to get all the Style
and Patterns, and they must be sold. If pretty Patterns, Good Quality
First Class Workmanship and Low Prices mean anything we are going t
do the shirt trade of the town and community this spring and summer
Give us a call.
Take our Shoes, the WALK-OVER for instance for men, the DREV
SELBY for ladies, the STAR SHOE for children; you will find them differ
et from any other store's offerings in this place. They fit better, give yoi
more comfort and last you longer than any Shoe you can buy.. Our cus
tomers are daily expressing the satisfaction these Shoes are giving them
Nearly every day some genitleman steps in to say to us, " This is the bes
shoe I ever had." One gentleman in town told us the WALK-OVER SHO]
lasted him longer than any shoe he has had since he was a man.
If you have not worn a pair of these, all we ask is to give them a trial
A full line of Oxfords for men, and Sandals and Oxfords for ladies an<
hildren. In fact we are headquarters for Shoes.
Thanking you for past favors, we are
Yours anxious to please,
C. M.DAVIS & 00.
The Election for Trustees.
In accordance with the publishei
totice of the county board of educatior
i election was held last Saturday foi
hree trustees for school district No. E
rhich covers what is known as the Man
ing special school district. There
.ere two tickets in the field and upor
oth the name of Maj. Abe Levi ap
eared, the others. contained the name.
f Messrs. Joseph Sprott and D. M.
;radham on one ticket, and Dr. J. F.
eiger and Capt. W. C. Davis the
ther. The name of Dr. Geiger was
sed without his consent and in his ab
?nce from home, and Captain Davis
ime was used in spite of his protest.
'he opposition was not of an unfriend
: or personal nature. Those who
oted against what was called the
Sprott ticket" were not prompted by
ny antagonism to the present trustees,
Ut they desired a change in the com
osition of the board for other reasons
ot necessarv to mention here.
The votin'g dragged along without
uch interest apparently: there were a
w, as is always the case in every con
st, working to get votes for the side
iey wanted elected, but there was no
weitement, and when the votes were
)unted the resul': showed a much closer
>te than those who were opposed to
ie successful ticket expected. The
>te was as follows: A. Levi, 166;
oseph Sprott, 93: D. M. Bradham, 93;
T. C. Davis, 72; J. F. Geiger, 77. This
akes but one change on the present
)ard, D. M. Bradham in place of E. L.
7ilkins, and we sincerely hope that
e trustees will be so fortunate as to
cure a set of teachers for the coming
rm as will work together with as lit
e friction as possible.
Our school should be the -pride of the
hole community, but if the very best
dgment is not exercised in the se
ction of teachers it will become a bone
contention, a source of irritation and
rife, a breeder of discontent and an
cuse for those opposed to it to bring a
)te to destroy it altogether. The edi
,r of THE TimES was among those who
)ted for a change in the trusteeship,
)t that he endorsed -he complaints
hich reached his ears, for he must say
. justice to the teachers that personally
has no cause for complaint; his
ildren are among the attendants at
e school and he believes every teacher
the Moses Levi Memorial Institute
ied faithfully to do his or her full
ty, but there was friction among a
rt of the teachers which was having
injurious effect and f3r this reason a
ange on the board of trustees was
sired. The matter was submitted to
e people and they have by their votes
cided not to make the change, it now
comes the duty of every patron of the
hool to show his submission to the
ill of the majority by lending to the
ustees, and to the teachers whom they
ay select, every encouragement to
ake the school what it should be.
It Dazzles the World.
o discovery in medicine has ever created
e quarter of the excitement that has been
used by Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
mption. It's seveverest tests have been on
peless victims of Consunaption, Pneumonia.
morrhage, Pleurisy and Bronchitis, thou
ds of whom it has restormd to perfect health.
r Coughs, Colds. Asthma, Croup. Hay Fever,
rseness and Whooping Cough it is the
ickest, surest cure In the world. It is sold by
t R. B. Loryea Drug Store who guarantee
isfaction or refund the money. Large bot
S 50c and V!. Trial bottles free. I
The following report gives a general
erage in the respective studies for
e month of April:
.uclle Alsbrook-Latinl. 91; algebra, 90: mu
harle Rigby-Arithmnetic. 02: history, 98:
:taton, 90; grammar. 90.
3lshop Alsbrook - Latin. 95; algebra, 90;
ithbetic, 98: musIc. 95.
Ierman Huggins-History. 100; dictation, 95:
ithmetic, 9'2: composItion. 95.
lphonso Rigby-Latin, 95: algebra. 92: arith
~tic, 90; geography, 90.
roe Nettles-LatIn. 90; algebra. lie; arithme
95: spelling, 98: history. 98: music, 95.
imple Alsbrook - Latin. 90: algebra, 94;
ithmetic, 90: composition, 98: music. 98.
Uvin Rigoy-History. 90; spellie. 90: gram
Pannie Timnmons-Music, 100.
assie Owens-Music, 100.
olie Owens-MusIc, 98.
E. C. ALSBROOK, Principal.
Blown to Atoms.
L'he old idea that the body- sometimes needs a
werful, drastic, purgative pill has been ex
xed; for Dr. King's New Life Pills, which
Sperfectly harmless. gently stimulate liver
d bowels to expel poisonous matter, cleanse
Ssystem and absolutely cure Constipation
d Sick Headache. Only 25c. at the R. B. Lor
a Drug Store. 1
Forty-first session began January 7,
01. Thorough preparation for any
ellege. Individual teaching. Tuition,
to $4 per month.
MRS. E. C. ALSBROOK,
45-tf ] Principal.
i signature is on every box of tho gcnuiuo
-axative Bromo-Quininle Tablets
o remedy that cures a cold in one day
Call on or write me when wishing any
formation on Life Insurance for pro
ction or investment. I represenut the
UITABLE. the recognized strongest
mpn financially in the world.
J. H. LESESNE,
Manning, S. C.
You know What You Are Taking
When you take Grove's Tasteless
till Tonic because the formula is
ainly printed on every bottle showing
at it is simply Iron and Quinine in a
steless form.' No Cure, No pay. 50c.
re Skilful Physician Demands a
Skilful Pharmacist, the Patient Re
since we entered the drug business we have
thfully endeavored to meet these three re
tirements, a legacy as handed to us by our
ELlABlUTY.-Our Drugs are absolutely
pure. No adulteration or sub
KLL.---ery precaution exercised in the
filir.g of Prescriptions. Clos
est attention to the most
minute details: correctness In
preference to haste.
ROMPTNESS.-No unwarranted delay: no
tardiness: no procrastination
in filling Prescriptions. Mail
orders receive immediate at
'Phone requests promptly exe
Our large and increasing patronage indicates
at these mnethods are apr-ciated by the pub
SAAC M, L.aYliA, Proprieter,
Sig-n of the'
MANNINC, S. C.
- 'PHONE NO. 2.
OrPescri ption department is in
chreof Mr. Pl umer Clark, Ph. G..
>nor graduate or South Carolina College of
Two months of solid retailing has caused many Remnantsto
creep into our stock, and in order to clear them up quickly and so
all can get a chance at them we have decided to give a
Starting on SATURDAY, MAY 18, lasting the entire week follow
ing. This Remnant Sale will reflect the greatness of The Jerikin
son Dry Goods Store. There will be no humbug or clap-trap meth
ods about this sale,for we are firm believers in the fact that it is just
as easy to mend a broken egg as it is to mend a broken promise and
what promise should be more binding than the promise a merchant
makes concerning the sale of his goods.
COME WITH THE CASH
And you will not. be disappointed with the splendid values that -
will be offered at this sale. All Remnants will be sold
T A3X BEinC)W CoST
There will be remnants collected from all lines of goods, Lawns,
Muslins, Dimities and all classes of Dry Goods, all sold at COST.
There will also be a lot of 150 pair of Ladies' and Gent's Shoes that
.will be sold at from 50c to $1, usual prices from $1.25 to $2 per pair.
This lot of Shoes must go and many of them will be sold for much
less than COST,
Ladies' Trimmed Hats
AT SENSATIONAL 1lIOES.
We have picked up a snap in Ladies' White -Chip Hats which
r we have decided to put out at a sensational price. We will. offer -
Hats during this sale at from $1.25 to'$1.50, according to trimming.
These Hats will be trimmed in nice styles and will cost you else
r where from $2.50 to S3. but you get this lot While it lastk at $1.25
and $1.50 each.
Ladies, it will do you no harm to call and see these splendid.
Some Soul=Stirring Prce
ON GENT'S WEAR.
When we say that we will pile out a lot of Gent's Neglgiee
Shirts at 35c each, the regular prices of which is 50 and 60e, it means
something. It just means that those who have CASH TO SPEND
will get bigger values. for their money than they.ever got befoie.
- It will do no 4prm to see what we have to offer.
About 1,000 yards of Yard-Wide Fast-Colored Percales, in short
lengths, from 1 to 2-yard pieces, will be sold at 4e per yard.
And all our immense pile of Remnants will be sold at and below
Remember the day, SATURDAY, MAY 18, and all the follow
~Power That Makes
S But the New Goods must be behind the advertisement. The
Sgoods must be right, too, and the store's treatment of the cus -
Stomer must be right also.
- Our "ads" always interest CLOSE, CASH SHOP1PERS, be- _
cause they know we make is a rule "Never to put a line into the _
Snewspapers that we can't substantiate with the goods EXACTLY _
The bargains we write about always exist, that's why CASH
SCUSTOMERS hunt our place first. It's mighty hard to head
Sthem off from our store. -
Yard-Wide Bleach Homespun, a regular 9e cloth, and -
"there's millions-an it"~ for May shoppers.. -..- .
SGood Yard Wide Percaies, worth a great deal more, but5c -
S they are going fast at..-...............
~-A line of fine Madras Cloth in the new Shirt Waist Colorings, and
the market values of such goods is 15c, but our under- ~
market value for May is just. ...-.. .....-------.. -
SSilk Stripe Homespun Suitings that our friends are offering you
-_ for 25e yard, but we bought them late and they are S..
S yours for JustI..-..-...----.
Three, pieces .of Extra Fine Madras 3lth 38 inches-__
- os wd ,for just......... -.---------------. ----
No.22 and 30 Taffeta Ribbons, all Silk, new popular a
S shades, worth 25 to 35c yard, for............-- I C-- -
SBeautiful Striped Ribbon, wide enough for the neck, 15c -
that is really worth 25e yard, for..........-...- *
Our fine line of Drop- Stitch Hosiery is
Icoming in mighty nice this hot weather.
IWe have them for Ladies', Children and
Ladie,we have threal Worcsterk Straight .Front Cor- $
Big Drive in Shoes.
With our Hamilton,-Brown Shoes and along with the low
~-prices we are making, our Low Cuts and Oxfords are disappear
~--ing very fast, so come quick if you want a fit.
Things to Eat.
Just arrived, case fine Dried Apples, case fine Dried Peaches
The Best Place.