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MANNING, S. C., JUNE 5, 1901.
Trunks and Valises.
We have just gotten in a large stock
of Trunks and Valises in order to fill
the wants of those who contemplate
taking a summer trip to the mountains
or sea coast.
We are prepared to fill your wants in
anything you need in this line at the
lowest possible prices. Trunks, Suit
Cases, Valises and Club Bags.
One hundred dozen Ladies' Summer
Gauze Undervests. in all prices, from
5c to 15c each.
If you need a nice Summer Haf you
can do no better than to see what we
offer you, as we are closing out our
stock of Millinery at 25 per cent reduc
tion with the exception of Ribbons.
You get a very nice WhiLe Chip Hat,
trimmed in Flowers and Chiffon, at
$1.25 each and upwards.
A visit to our Dry Goods Department
will convince you that we have some
astonishing values to reveal to you in
Scotch Lawns at 4c per yard. Indigo
Blue Calico at 5c per yard. White
Goods in all prices, from 5 per yard up.
W. E. JENKINSON.
Notice is hereby given that no advertise
ments will be changed in this paper where
the copy is brought in later than Saturday
Manning Street Car Schedule.
Leave Central Hotel corner 9:00 a. m. and 6:15
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.
The Bank closes now at 2 p. m.
Mrs. Abe Levi has returned home
Soldering neatly done. Manning
A few bushels of stock Peas for sale.
Legg, Hutchinson & Co.
Died, last Monday night, an infant
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lee.
Five hundred lbs. Twine for Binder
Machines. Legg, Hutchinson & Co..
Mower Blades sharpened at 30 cents
each. Manning Hardware Company.
Mrs. Baker Haynesworth of Florence
is visiting her mother, Mr. L.. Hug
Fox River Butter and Full Cream
Cheese on ice at Manning Grocery Co.
Mott's Vinegar is the best: a trial
will convince. The R. B. Loryea Drug
Died, near Paxville last Sunday, a
child of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Galloway,
aged about 2 years.
We sefl the famous "Jay Bird" Bi
cycle at $12.50. Manning Hardware
Be sure you see the Champion Bind
ers and Mowers: they are sold by Legg,
Hutchinson & Co.
Paris Green, chemically pure: can
furnish in any quantity. The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store.
Died, last Sunday night, a 2-year-old
child of Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Lowder of
the Deep Creek section.
Colgate's Extracts and Soaps. Read
advertisement in another column. The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Hereafter the hours fc -the keeping
open of the Manning Library will .be
Tursday afternoon from 6 p. m. t'o
6:30 p. m.
Our Teas are the best, but why reit
erate? Tea drinkers fully realize this.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
We are informed that council will
/soon be asked to put in force a measure
to prevenl dogs from running at large
on the streets.
Do your horses always get salt as they
need it? If not, use Belmont's Pure
Salt Bricks. For sale only by The R.
B. Loryea Drug Store.
Last Monday was Jefferson Davis'
93rd, birthday. South Carolina has
not set this day aside as a legal holiday
as many suppose.
Hammond's Slug Shot, guaranteed to
destroy Bugs on Potatoes as well as all
insects on other vegetables. The R.
B. Loryea Drug Store.
Dr. J. T. Stukes Jr., one of the re
cent graduates of the South Carolina
"Medical College left Manning last
~Thursday for Florida.
The master minds of England and
Scotland-Dickens and Scott-complete
editions. at ridiculously low p-ices.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Rev. J. D. Huggins pastor of the
Paxville Baptist church preached the
annual sermon to the Welch Neck High
school at Hartsville last Sunday.
Try the new remedy for costiveness. Chain
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Every
box guaran.Oed. Price. cents. For sale by
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaae M. Loryes.
The Sumter Bartlette Street Baptist
church was dedicated last Sunday.
Rev. J. 0. Gough of the Manning Bap
tist church preached the dedication
Call at The R. B. Loryea Drug Store and get a
free sample of Chamnberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. They ai e an elegant physic.
They also improve the appetite. strengthen the
diestion and regulate the liver and bowels.
They are easy to take and pleasant in effect.
There is considerable opposition to
the passage of the anti-hog ordinance
.which the council has been asked to
pass. The opposition comes from -hog
Government analysis has determined
that Royal Baking Powder is the pur
est on the market. The same can- be
said of Clark's Favorite Baking Pow
der. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Miss Lucie Barron, State Librarian,
on account of the work going on in the
State House interfering with her office,
has come home to spend this week.
Everybody is glad to see Miss Barron.
Eczema, saltrheumn, tetter, chafing,
ivy poisoniing and all skin tortures are
quickly Cured by DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve. The certain pile cure. The R.
B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea,
The Atlantic Coast Line will sell
tickets to Spartanbulrg on account of
the State summer school for one fare
round trip, beginning June 17 and good
for o'ne month. Fare from Mannmng
"The Doctors told me my cough was
incurable One Minute Cough Cure
made me a well man." Norris Silver,
North Stratford. N. H.-Because you've
not found relief from a stubborn cough,
don't despair One minute Cough Cure
has cured thousands and it will cure
you. Safe and sure. The R. B. Lor
..a Dru Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
One of the progressive farmers livin;
near Davis Cross Roads tells us tha
crop conditions in his section are no
encouraging although the people ar'
putting in their bet, efforts to cre
the evils of bad seasons.
A surgical operation is not necessar.
to cure piles. DeWitt's Witch Haze
Salve saves all that expense and neve
fails. Beware of counterfeits. Th<
R. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaae 'M
The People's Tobacco Warehous<
property which was to have been sok
last Monday, was not sold. The owner:
decided to make other arrangements
The probability is that a strong concert
will run it the coming season.
Mr. James Brown of Putsmouth. Va.
over 90 years of age sutTered for year:
with a bad sore on his face. Physician
could not help him. DeWitt's Witel
Hazel Salve cured him permanently
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M
Elsewhere will be noted the Gov
ernor's proclamation offering a rewar
of $100 for the conviction of Jared Mil.
ler who murdered Elijas Pierson dowi
at Nexsen's some time ago. The sup
position is that Miller has not left th(
county and is hidden in Santee swamp
The billious, tired, nervous man can
not successfully compete with hi4
healthy rival. DeWitt's Little Earl)
Risers the famous pills for conzstipatior
will remove the cause of your troubles
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac M
Professor Gist Gee. at one time prin
cipal of the Jordan Academy and after
wards a professor in the Columbia Fe
male College, has decided to devote hi!
life to the cause of education in China
It is supposed that he will go to th
Orient under the auspices of the Meth
Danger, disease and death folloui
neglect of the bowels. Use DeWitt'
Little Early Risers to regulate then
and you will add years to your life and
life to your years. Easy to take, nevei
gripe. TheR. B. Loryea Drug Store
Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
Under the auspices of the Methodisi
Woman's Missionary society Dr. Cliftor
of Sumter preached in the Paxville
Eaptist church last Sunday. His sub
ject was "Three Kinds of Religion
Materialism. Rationalism, Spiritual
ity." He had a large congregation and
those who attended, speak in the high
est terms of the deliverance.
"A few months ago, food which I ate
for breakfast would not remain on my
stomach for half an hour. I used one
bottle of your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
and can now eat my breakfast and other
meals with a reli'sh and my food is
thoroughly digested. Nothing equals
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for stomach
troubles' H. S. Pitts, Arlington Tex.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what
you eat. The R B. Loryea Drug Store,
Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
We note with pleasure that Miss Lil
lian Louise Harvin of this town gradu
ates in stenography and typewriting at
the Presbyterian College for Women of
Columbia. The commencement begins
on the 6th inst. and finishes on the night
of the 10th. We acknowledge thanks
for an invitation to be present._ In this
connection we also desire to #kye our
thanks for invitations to be present at
the closing exercises of a number of
educational institutions in this and other
Dvspeptics cannot be long lived be
cause to live requires nourishment.
Food is not nourishing until it is di
ested. A disordered stomach can
not digest food, it must have assistance.
Kodol Dyspepsia C'ure digests all kinds
of food without aid from the stomach,
allowing it to rest and regain its nat
ural functions. Its elements are ex
actly the same as the natural digestive
flids and itsimply can't help bu'. do
you good. The R. B. Loryea Drug
Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
The Moses Levi Memorial Institute
has closed for this session.
Last Sunday Dr. Jno. O. Willson, ed
itor of The Southern Christian Advo
cate and one of the most distinguished
divines in the Methodist Conference,
preached the annual sermon in the
Baptist church. Those who attended
this service speak of the sermon in very
high praise, and the music furnished
for the occasion is also highly com
mended. The writer was indisposed
and could not be present, very much to
his regret, as he makes it a rule to give
the readers of THE TIMES as full a re
port ot such occasions as he can.
Monday evening was the intellectual
event. Parents and kinsfolk turned
out en masse and the auditorium was
Rev. P. B. Wells. the eloquent pastor
of the Methodist church, opened the
exercises with prayer, after which a
well prepared address of welcome was
read by Miss Sallie Ingram.
The6'graduating class consisted oi
Misses Ethel Howle, Sara Harvin, Pet
Wilson and Sudie Davis, and Messrs. J.
K. Breedin and Milton Weinberg. The
special course students who received
certificates were Misses Margie Appelt
The program was nicely carried'-out
and the papers read by the young ladies
and the speeches by the young gentle
men were of an unusually high order.
The paper read by 11iss Harvi.n is de
serving of special mention, for it was
replete writh fine sentiment, practical
thought and up-to-dateness.
The first class to graduate from the
halls of the Moses Levi Memorial Insti
tute is a credit to the institution and an
incentive to the trustees and patrons to
press forward to perfection.
The teachers as they sat on the r'os
trum and witnessed the success of their
handiwork must have felt a pleasurable
pride, for they had everything to make
them so feel.
We think it a duty we owe, as a citi
zen in position to give expression tc
sentiment, to say that aside from petty
differences which are bound to creep
into all institutions, we believe the
t eachers who have had charge and the
care of the childrer, in the school de
v'oted themselves conscientiously tc
their work and the results prove it.
They deserve the commendation of
every parent and the love of every stu
dent, and whether they remain here or
go elsewhere, they have left their im
press which Time cannot efface. These
teachers have worked hard and faithful
and the patrons should ever appreciate
their noble efforts..
Hon. Samuel Dibble of Orangeburg
was the orator for the occasion, and al
Ithough Clarendon was a part of the
congressional district rep~resen ted by
Dr. Dibble, this was his first visit tc
our town and he was much impressed
with its beauty. He opened his re
marks with some political reminis
cences, and on account of the town
bearing the name of Manning he re
lated some unwritten historyv of what
took place in an interview with Attor
ney General Brewster at the time wher
many of our good citizens were before
the United States courts charged with
Solitical offenses. Mr. Brewster con
sented to use his intluence in hiaving
the cases dropped because he loved
South Carolina. and his love for this
State camne about by his affection foi
Thousands Sent Into Exile.
Evr ya a ar.ge numbe'r fnor sueerr,
whosenins are sure and rackecd with coughit
ar urrred t) ::O to another climoate-. But this is
costly and not always sure. Don'Wt be an etiih
when Dr. King' New lisc v,-ry for ConisUump
tion will cure :. u at houme. ifs the most inf~ai
lible medicine for Couaihs. (olds and all Throal
and Lnne dise-ases on ea.rth. The firs: dust
brings relief. Astounldln:: cun-s result fronl
persistent use. Trial bottles free- at The Rt. B
Loryea Drug Store. Pric .'0e and $1. EverI
bottle nurante td 4
r Governor Mlanning who was the bosoi
friend of his youth.
t The speaker then took up the subjec
of industrial education in our publi
schools. He thought there should h
ar evey country school a tarden al
tached for the teaching of farming
borticulture, botany. etc., whereby th
pra(ctiCal things of life can be incu
cated into the young minds. He sai
these experiments had been tried i
Austria, Belgium mand other countrie
with wonderful results. He laid iuel
stress on industrial education and ec
claimed there ought to be a Clemsoi
in every county in the State.
Dr. Dibble, although suffering pain
spoke for about one hour, during whic]
time he held his audience in close at
At the conclusion of the address Pro
fessor Thackston called up Miss Corinn
3artield and Master Cuerrv Stukes an
in the name of Mr. Isaac 'M. Iervea
proprietor of the R. B. Loryea Diru
Store, presented them with a book eacl
for proficiency prize winners of th
Professor Inabnit presented the <rad
i uates with their diplomas, and at th
conclusion of the exercises he came for
t ward to thank the people of Mannin;
for their kind attentions to him, an
with much feeling and emotion he lai4
his hand on his bosom and said that h
had performed his duties conscientious
ly and bade them good-bye.
Professor Inabnit has not as yet de
cided where he will locate. He lei
yesterday to confer with the trustees o
the Marion graded school. where :
proposition has been made him, and h,
also has propositions from Laurens ani
Bishopville. All of these places pa;
larger salaries than here.
Professor Thackston also left yester
day, by himself, notwithstanding th
rumcr which has been afloat, but hi
will come back on a visit. He has ac
cepted a position with increased salar:
in the Edgefield Co-Educational Insti
Both of these instructors have inadi
many friends here during their tw
years' stay and we know that wheneve
they feel like making this town a visi
the latch-strings will be found on thi
outside of many homes in Manning.
Bcth Inabnit and Thackston are sin
cere and earnest teachers and gentle
men ia the fullest sense of thatbterm.
Don't Let Them Suffer.
Of ter. children are tortured with itching an<
burning eczema and other skin diseases. bu
Bucklen's Arnica Salve heals the raw sores, ex
pels intiamation. leaves the skin witnout a scar
Clean, fragrant, cheap. there's no salve on eartl
as good. Try it. Cure guaranteed. Only 25
at The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. 4
Black River Union.
Following is the program for the Jun(
meeting of Black River Union, to b(
held at Graham's church, June 28-30
Sermons.-Friday night. "Proper Stimula
tion." Eph. 5:18. C. C. Brown.
Saturday night. "Practical Godliness." Mi
cah 6:8. G. T. Gresham.
Sunday. 11 a. m.. - The Genius of the Gospel.
(Missionary). Rom. 15:19-20. J. 0. Gough.
Sunday night. "The Great Question." Act:
16.30. R. A. Sublett.
Subj ,cts for Discussion.-Two Types of Pieti
Exemplified in the Lives of John the Baptis,
and Jesus of Nazareth. D. J. Bradham and F
Some Rich Fields-Blessed are they who en
ter them: (1) The Sunday School Class anc
Teacher. J. Belton Bagnal and Miss Annie Gra
ham: (2) The Home Circle. (a) Father an<
Family. E. L. Wilkins. (b) Mother and Child
Mrs. 0. C. Scarborough.
Christian Generosity (Isa. 35:8) in the Socia
and Business World-(seven-minute speeches)
(1) In Labor and Possessions. J. D. Huggins
(2) To Those in Need. M. A. Connors: (3) T(
Employer and Employee. Joel E. Brunson: (4;
To Seller and Buyer. Dudley Hodge: (5 T<
Dumb Animals. A. P. Hill: (6) To Strangers
N. L. Caraway.
Is the Chur-ch the Place for the 'Weak anm
Vacillating and Erring Brother. or Should Sh4
Retain only Such as are Growing in Grace? J
J. Nettles and B. P. Cuttino.
Devotional Exercises.-Friday. i1 a. in., C. C
Brown. Saturday. 10 a. mn.. M. A. Connors.
J. D. HUGGIL.
N. B.-Churches. please elect delegates. Del
egates. please attend. Speakers. please pre
pare for your work and be preseat.
Woman's Missionary Societies, please sent
representatives to meet Mrs. 0. C. Sea rborough
our Vice President for Santee Associai tion.
Piixville. May 29, 1901.
He Kept His Leg.
T welve years ago J. W. Sullivan of Hartford
Conn.. scratched his leg with a rusty wire. In.
flammation and blood poisoning set it. For tw<
years he suffered Intensely. Then the best doe
tors urged amputation. "but," he writ es. "I used
one bottle of Electric Bitters and I % boxes oj
Bucklen's Arnica Salve and my leg was sounc
and well as ever." For Eruptions. Eczema
Tetter. Salt Rheum. Sores and all blood disor
ders Electric Bitters has no rival on earth. Trl
them. The R. B. Loryca Drug Store will guar
antee satisfaction or refund money. Only 5(
IList of Jurors.
Following is the list of jurors drawt
to serve at next term of court whicl
convenes in Manning on Monday, June
S. P. Fairy..................Silvel
J. J. Couliette ... ..............Panolh
D. W. Brown............Clarendor
H. L Johnson........... ..New Zioi
P. C. Cochran................ Manning
D. Luther Green............ Turbevill<
C. S. Land .................... Forestor
B. M. Hardy..............'New Zior
J. H. Billups............... Summertoi
S. H Adams..................Selo<
E. M. Bradham............Paxvilh4
T. M. Davis.................Jordar
J. C. Barrett ................. Manning
R. H. Green...............New Zior
R. T. Geddings..... Paxvilli
W. H. Muldrow............Wilson'
R M. Johnson............. Clarendor
J. E. Lee..................Manning
G. I. Lesesne...........Summertol
Geo. W. McCall .............. Manning
J. E. Kelly................Manning
J. C. Johnson, Ji'............Forestor
W. E. James............Smmertor
L. D. Sports ............. Davis Statioi
J. M. Ardis................Paxvill4
J. S. Evans.................. Workmar
T. B. Owen..................Silvei
J. D. Reese............ ...0aklani
R. A. Burgess..............Sardinix
A. J. Holladay...............Panolh
J.' B. Harvin....... Smmertor
T. M. Boswell, Sr.............. Paxvilli
Jas. W. McCauley...........Manning
H. B. Richardson, Jr ........Clarendor
W. P. Montgomery........Dulant':
Food Changed to Poison.
Putrefying food in the intestines produces el
fec'ts lke those of arsenic. hut Dr. King's Ncv
Lif a Pills expel the poisons f rom clogged bow
els. gently, easily but surely, curing Constipa
tioii. Biliousniess. Sick Headathe, Fevers. al:
Livcr. Kidney and Bowel troubles. Only :5e al
Te' R. B. Loryea Dru;: Store. -4
A Quiet Home Marrir.ge.
May twenty third dawned beautiful
bright, as if to smile a welcome tw(
oung hearts which were that day t<
be joined together in Holy matrimony.
At the home of the bride's sisterMrs.
Maurice. 1215 Elmwood Ave., Columbix
at half past four p.- m. Mr. Julian E
[hodes from Estil, Hampton county
and Miss Janie Boyd, formerly of For
eston, Clarendon county, were married
by the Rev. Mr. Abecrumbie.
The bride was very sweetly attirei
in a dress of pearl grey gloria silk
trimmed with pink and white. Th<
groom. tall and handsome, looked ver:
proud and happy with his little wife.
The march was played by Miss Rub:
Rhodes, who went in with Mr. Holme
Parnel of Cuba, Darlington county
Miss Carrie Bell Rhodes was maid o
honor, and Mr. Chas. A. Lynn of Lan
caster was best man. The Misse
Rhodes are sister's of the groom, and
are also from Estill. S. C.
The happy couple will make theia
home at 1213 Elmwood Ave., Columbia
A Sprained Ankle Cured.
--"At onei( timeL i surired from a severt' spral
of the anl.": says Geo. E. Cary., editor of tli
Guide. Washinct,i \'a. 'After using severa
well re'commencided medicines without success.
tried Chambroerlain's Pain B::lm. and am please'
to say that relief came as soon as I began it:
use and a complete cure speedily followed.
E want the Men and Boys who are interested in good
Clothes to know where they can bliu the
AT THE BEST PRICE,
I And unless von see our line yon will never know.
We want all who buy here to get Clothing- thef0l he thor
1 oughly satisfied with, and 'we make our selections with that Ob
ject in view, and keep the same purpose in mind when making
All our Clothing is priced that anybody can see
as well as advantages in respect to STYLE and MATERIAL.
OF EQUAL i
In this part of the State. Remember we show all the styles in
LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S OXFORDS at prices
that cannot be beat. Our
Walk=Over Drew Selby 8
Shoes For Men ShoeS For Ladies
Will fit better and last longer than any Shoe you can buy.
... OUR LINE OF...
SHIRTS FOR MEN & BOYS
Is the largest ever shown in Manning before, and the Styles and
Patterns will please the most fastidious.
We carry a full line of
"Mother's Friend" Shirt Waists for Boys
in all sizes. - They are the best on the market.
If you want your
Summer Underwear Cheap
You should not miss seeing our line.
... OUR STOCK OF...
STFRAW H ATS
0 Is complete and up-to-date in Style and Quality and must be sold
REGARDLESS OF COST.
When in town give us a call.
We are headquarters for NECKWEAR. Our line of Neck
wear is unsurpassed in this section.
W6 sell the best Collar ever offered in town before-a 4-ply
Linen Collar for 10c.
LnOur ATWOOD SUSPENDER is cheap and the best ever sold
In fact we carry a full line of Goods usually found in a first
class Clothing and Gent's Furnishing Store.
Anything in Wearing Apparel for Men and Boys, and a full
and up-to-date line of Ladies' and Children's SHOES. We carry
the best that can be had and guarantee every article we sell.
Having been favored with a large share of your patronage,
we extend our thanks to all.
0 ~Yours anxious to please,
UC. M. DAVIS & c.O.
SThe Tree that all the Bargains grow on is at TILL'S RACK
ET STORE. No other place can you get such values as you
We are going to shake the tree now and all these nice new
goods that should have found buyers four weeks ago will
have to find a buyer. Do you want some of these good
things? They are RICH, RARE, Ripe, Juicy Bargains, such
as we have never offered. We have a big lot of goods and
they must go.
We do not have special sales on a few little things for a few
days, but every day is a special day with us and everything
is a bargain.
That is the way we do business and that's why we please all
our customers. We give them their money's worth.
Anything we sell will be found exactly as represented or you
get your money back. Isn't this-fair enough?
We have cut our Millinery down to almost nothing now, as it
is getting late for that line, and you can get a Hat at your
Come and see us while wve are shaking this Big Bargain Tree
and you will sure get sonme or these NICE, RiPE, Juicy Bar
S~ I. JILL, Prop.I
CONSTANTLY INCREASING DMAND
We are now carrying the largest and most varied stock of Hardware ever
brought into the county. It has taken four years of constant push and
effort to create tis demand, but in view of the facts we do not feel that
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 our
DEUEB OWe have a large stock of Locks, Hinges and Build
HLSBILDERS, ers' Hardware generally. We are main Eayes,
lowest possible prices.
Do not forget to see us for Paints, Oils, etc.; we have them in all shades
R lfWECCBO 1 D D The season is approaching when you will want
UI 0V 15 to put new Flues in your barns or repair old
ones. We are now taking orders for Flues and repairs, and wvill give you
prices on them that will meet any competition.
Our Flues this season will be made from the best Sheet Steel, every;
piece of which is carefully locked, grooved and riveted, thereby insuring
perfect safety from fire; the elbows and T's are made of No. 24 Gauge
sheets, and are strongly put together. We have all weights of sheets in
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 yon
want. We will quote you prices by return mail.
flSEKEEUOHD If your Stove does not give satisfaction-if it is
HUOLI RII 5 cracked and fills your house with smoke, if it does
not bake properly, dispose of it-life is too short to be filled with annoy
anes 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 the
preparation of your meals a p~astimfe rather than a bore.
When in want of Crockery come and see the beautiful assortment we
have to show you. We have a nice lot of Stone Churns and Flower Pots;
also Ice Cream Churns and Water Coolers.
WLES are agents for the Columbia Bicycles, the standard of
BIYV.S * le world, and se all grades of wheels made by that coi
pany. We also have a full line of Bicycle Repairs.
Very truly youirs,
Manning Hiardware Co.
n Cures Rheumatism or Catarrh in a Day.
B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) oures
e the worst and most stubborn cases by
draining the poison out of the blood and
bones, and bailding up the broken
down constitution. Aches and pains in
the bones or joints, swollen glands,
I droppings in he throat, hawking, spit
ting or bad bieath, etc., all disappear
promptly and permanently. B. B. B.
cures where all else fails. Druggist
- $1. Treatment of B. B. B. sent abso
lutely free and prepaid by writting to
Blood Balm Co., Atlanta Ga. Describe
trouble and fiee medical advice given
' until cured. B. B. B. puts new color
- in your skin, and makes the blood red
der and more nourishing. stopping all
aches and pains. Over 3000 cures by
B. B. B. -Sold by The I. B. Laryea
ilRead in another page tue combina
tion offer we are making. Through a
a misunderstanding several who took ad
vantage of this offer last year did not
- get their papers promptly, but our
arrangements are such now, that every
- person who pays up, and one year in
r advance, and all new subscribers, will
1 get this valuable farm journal promptly.
I Remember yon get THE TIMES and
Farm and Home for $1.50.
i'bs signature is on every box of the gonuine
Laxative Bromno-Quimnie Tabiets
i remedy that eures a cold in one day
Call on or write me when wishing any
information on Life 7nsurance for pro
tection or investment. I represent the
EQUITABLE. the recognized strongest
comanyfIIancially in the world.
J. H. LESESNE,
Manning, S. C.
You know What You Are Tadng
When you take Grove's Tasteless
Chill ToLie because the formula is
plainly printed on every bottle showing
that it is simply Iron and Quinine in a
tasteless form. No Cure, No pay. 50c.
Forty-first session began January 7,
1901. Thorough preparation for any
college. Individual teaching. Tuition,
$1 to $4 per month.
MRS. E. C. ALSBROOK,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
WHEREAS information has been re
Viceived at this department that an
atrocious murder was committed in the
County of Clarendon on or about the
- 2d day of March, 1901, upon the body of
Elijas Pierson by Jared Miller, and that
the said Jared Miller has fled from jus
t Now, THEREFORE, I, M. B. McSwee
ney. Governor of the State of South
Carolina, in order that justice may be
done and the majesty of the law vindi
cated, do hereby offer a reward of One
Hundred Dollars for the apprehension,
delivery and conviction of the said Ja
red Miller. He is about 32 years old,
black, 5 feez 9 inches high, heavy build,
weighs about 170 pounds, square shoul
ders, broad face, unusually polite, good
teethi, smooth face, wears No. 9 shoe.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and
caused the Great Seal of the
State to be affixed, at Colum
bia, this third day of June,
SEAL. A. D. 1901, and in the one
hundred and twenty-fifth
year of the Independence of
the United States of Amer
M. B. MCSWEENEY.
By the Governor.
M. R. COOPER,
Secretary of State.
Arc recognized in Europe and America
for their Exellence. Purity and Odor.
They have been in cortinuous use since 1806
by the elite of society and recieved the meed of
prais'e by obtaining the medal from the
FARIS EXPOSITION OF 1900.
We carry a full line of Coigate's products in
PERFUMES for the Handkerchief in bulk
t Heliotrope. White Rose, Italian Violet, Opopo
nax. Rose Geranium.
EXTRACTS in Artistic Boxes and Bottles
White Lilac. Sweet Pink. Cashmere Boquet.
LaFrance Rose. Caprice. Mountain Violet. Lily
of the Valley. Jockey Club.
tCOLGATE'S POPULAR SIZE EXTRACTS.
Florida Water for the Toilet and Bath.
ANTISEPTIC DENTAL POWDER,
SACHET POWDER. HELIOTROPE AND
VIOLET TALCUM POWDER.
* BUE EALVASELINE.
* Colgate's Soaps.
CASHMERE BOQUET. BAY RUM. WHITE
CLEMATIIS. OLD BROWN WINDSOR.
GLYCERINE. HONEY, OATMEAL.
tCOLGATE'S SHAVING SOAP.
ISAAC M, LORYEA, Proprietor,
Sipgn of the
* -~ MANNINC, S. C.
* 'IHONE NO. 2.
... THE ...
Becker Optical Co.
Will have their Manning ollice open,
next door to Rigby's Store, on
SA TURDAY, MAY 18,
SATURDAY. JUNE 1.
on which days they will be glad to fur
nish any one with
Glasses made in all thc latest shapes
EIGHTEEN YEAR~S' EXPERIENCE.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Sumter otfice over Levi Bro's store,
next door to O'Donnell's store.
Open all the time. Telephone in of
Becker Optical Companiy,
ARTHUR BECKER, Manager.
*R. R.FARE PAID
* Write quick to
nA-AsLA_ BINttMRE8BCOLLECE. Msarnn.a
I THERE ARE OTHERS *
But None to Equal Us in Two
Great Essential Points++*+++
Quality and Price.V
It Is Our Business to Supply
Good Goods .
.4 Lowest Prices. J
And no one can enter our store and not be con
vinced that we have learned our lesson in the Dry
Goods Business and learned it well.
We have passed examination in the School of
You can have the benefit.
C= Again we are at the front just now with our
complete line of this season's goods,
...at the ...
Our stock will fill you with enthusiasm and
:a wonderfully relieve your mind.
. We are paying strict attention to our
JsSummer Wash Goods
Just at this season 'of the year and it will pay you
to see these goods if you have any notion of buy
p At very close figures, because we do not wish to
carry over a single pair.
Remember our Low Cut Shoes for Ladies'
and Children include the HAMILTON-BROWN
line of Shoes.
Our line of Men's Fine Shoes are sure win
Remember us when you want your FRUIT
CANS, for we are selling them cheap.
Special in Embroidery.
All our stock of Swiss Edgings and Insertions
we are offering at
Twenty Per Cent Off of the Regular Price,
Which was very cheap to begin with.
~Old Reliable, S .RG Y
In nearly ev ery stock of goods you will find some very pretty
and desirable goods, but on aceount of the price they do not Bell
quickly. We have some such goods in our stock and in order to
make them ready and quick sellers we name such prices that will
compel them to go.
Here They Are.
A pretty assortment of Mercerized Silk Foulard, 28 inches
wide, that sold for 40c per yard, but we are closing the lot at 25e
per yard, less than actual COST.
A beautiful assortment of Mercerized Silk Finished Brillian
tines that sold for 25c per yard, but we are now closing out the
lot at 16tc per yard. These are values that should appeal to
Auiiu l ar asortment of very pretty Satin-Striped Lawns, in
very pretty colorings and figures; usual priee of these goods 8e
per yard, but we are closing them out at 5c per yard.
A large assortment of absolutely fasb colored Scotch Lawns,
regular price 5c, but they are now put under the hammer at 4c
prSilla large lot of the famous yard-wide Madras Pereales on
hand at 5c per yard. ~We have already sold something like
TEN THOUSAND TARDS
of these goods this spring and still the ladies call for them as they
know such values as these Sc yard-wide Percales can be had in a
r des, rvythe hot weather is now coming in earnest and we .
have thought of you. We have now in stock the best selection of
Ladies' Gauze Undervests we have ever carried at this season.
A large lot of Ladies' Gauze Undervests, Unbleached, at 5c
eAc a -ge lot f Ladies' Gauze Vests, Bleached, Taped Neck's
and extra long at 10c each or a pieces for 25c.
Applying the Knife Freely..
We are applying the knife to many lines in our Millinery De
partment and those who have not bought their Hats yet will do
well to see what we have to offer.
We were so well pleased at the way the ladies secured our
$1.25 and S1.50 specials at our Remnant Sale last week that we
have been tempted to repeat the dose. The offer is still open.
These pretty $2 and $2.50 Hats that you have been buying at our
Remnant Sale can still be had at the same prices.
Twenty-five dozen Men's Malego Field and Sun Hats at 12je,
15 and 20c each. These are all XXXX goods, the best made.
Also 10 dozen Boys' Hats of the same at 10c each or 3 for 25c.
Call at our store when you want the best, for the best is
whlat we keep in everything and the best is always the cheapest.
* K. EIINSON.