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MANNING, S. C., JULY 10.1901.
Our Big Anniversary Sale
Saturday and Monday.
Those who come with the
cash will not go ofT disap
pointed, if they know big
values when they see them.
WC. 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 4:50
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.
Dr. L. W. Nettles and wife of Fores
ton spent today in town.
Wood's Turnip Seeds, best by test.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
k Mrs. J. D. Gerald and child are vis
iting relatives at Eastover.
The telephone line between Manning
and Kingstree is nearly completed.
Mr. Chandler Mayes of Mayesville is
in town visiting at Mr. J. H. Rigby's. .
Fox River Butter and Full Cream
Cheese on ice at Manning Grocery Co.
- The young folks had an enjoyable
picnic at Tindal's Mill on the 4th inst.
Mrs. A. L. Lesesne left last Thursday
for Pawleys Island for two week recrea
Wood's Turnip Seeds have a "very
reverend reputation" for coming up.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Mrs. Bass and daughter, Miss Janie,
of Darlington are visiting Mrs. B. A.
Captain and Mrs. Thomas Wilson of
ACaes are sojourning in Scotland, their
Wood's Turnip Seeds have received
the "meed of praise" from the public.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Mr. J. M. Bradham has obtained a
two weeks' vacation which he is spend
ing at Glenn Springs.
Mrs. Rosa Weinberg left last Wed
nesday morning for Camden on a visit
to her son, Dr. Abe Weinberg. -
Mr. W. C. Gerald of Camden, father
&of our townsman Mr. J. D. Gerald, is
in Manning on a visit to his son.
'Miss Ella P. Martin and her sister,
Miss Bertha Mitchum of Jordan, left
yesterday for Milledgeville, Ga.
Rev. P. A. Murray, Pastor of the
Port Society Chapel in Charleston, will
fill the Methodist pulpit here next Sun
day morning and evening.
When you want a modern. p-to-:date physic.
try Chamberlain-s Stomach adLiver Tablets.
They are easy to take and pleasant In effect.
Price. 25 cents. Samples free at The R. B. Lor
yea Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryea. Prop.
(Mr. Arthur Nettles, stationed a~t
Norfolk, Va., in the employ of the A.
C. Line, ison a visit to his brother Mr.
J. J. Nettles at Alcolu.
Wood's Turnip Seeds. Plant them
and you will be more than satisfiad with
the results. The R. B. Loryea Drug
Mr. J. W. McLeod left this morning
for Glenn Springs, and from there he
will go to other health results. We
hope the trip will restore him to robust
Wood's Turnip Seeds. Read adver
tisement in another column of THE
MANNING TIMES. The R. B. Loryea
The trustees of the Jordan Academy
-elected as teachers for the ensuing term
VProf. W. A. Stuckey Principal, of
-Bishopville and Miss Tea Wells As
sistant, of Jordan.
The Woman's Paper, " The Inter
lude," 34 pages, 10 cents per copy.
Published in aid of the Woman's De
partment South Carolina Inter-State
and West Indian Exposition. For sale
by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. [it
The trespass case tried before Magis
trate Richbourg yesterday at Paxville
M. C. Galluchat Esq., prosecutor, F. P.
\ and E. S. Ervin defendants resulted in
the acquittal of the defendants.
There was a pleasant party given by
Miss Carrie Legg at the home of her
Smother, in honor of Miss Maud Me
Keown, which was a great success; over
forty young people were present.
A bad complexion generally results
iactive liver and bowels. In ai
ises, WeWitt's Little Eadriy
-produce gratifying resulis. The
Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M.
John G. Plowden of the Fork
I us some freshly cured tobacco
~turday, which is considered by
-competent to judge, good sand
The weed was prematurely
d but it is of good quality.
Manning boys came home from
erton with the "dry -
went to that town with an~
,hey could play ball, but they
i't. Summerton didn't do a thing
-m. but lick 'em out of their boots.
piles that annoy you so will be
-manently healed if you
-.Vitch Hazel Salve. Be
less counterfeits. The
Drug Store, Isaac M.
nmas, ason of Mr.IH. R.
-- ter has enlisted in the
[e was in Columbia last
his father, who has con
vthe young man's ad
t by consenting to his
-ts, reptiles, dogs. and
,tings of bees and wasps
ntly treated with PAIN
uickest and surest rem
c.hes and soreness of any
r sixty years, and sold
-vwhere. Avoid substitutes, there
u t one Pain-Killer, Perry Davis'.
.e 25e. and 50c.
Died, in Privateer township, Sumter
county, last Sunday, Mrs. Julia Ardis,
aged about 50 years. The funeral took
place at Calvary church, this county.
on Monday. The deceased was a Miss
Geddings and had many relatives in
At the meeting of the county board
of Commissioners last Saturday. two
applications to examine county offices,
were read, and the commissioners de
cided not to act until their next meet
ing at which time any applications filed
wil be considered. .3
The Methodist congregation gave
their beloved pastor Rev P. B. Wells
a months vacation. He will spend the
time at Glenn Springs, Saluda and
Clvde. Mr. Wells left this morning ae
companied by his wife and infant daugh
ter who will stop in Greenville.
It is easier to keep well than get
cured. DeWitt's Little Early Risers
taken now and then, will always keep
your bowels in perfect order. They
never gripe but promote an easy gentle
action. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
Mr. R. F. Turner one of the most suc
cessful farmers on Santee. says that the
cotton crop has improved very much
lately, and if we can get good seasons
from row on, in his opinion a half crop
will be made. He says the people of
his section have never work harder or
During last May an infant child of our neigh
bor was suffering from cholera infantum. The
doctors had given up all hopes of recovery. I
took a bottle of Chamberla's Colic. Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy to the house. telling
them I felt sure it would do good if used ac
cording to directions. In two days time the
child had fully recovered. The child is now v~g
orous and healthy. I have recommended this
remedy frequently and have never known it to
fail. Mss. CURTiS BAKER. Bookwalter. Ohio.
Sold by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac M.
Adjutant and Inspector General
Floyd writes us, on account of this be
ing a busy season he will not inspect the
cavalry companies on the 20th, inst., as
heretofore advertised. He will have
his inspection in the fall season. The
inspection ordered for the 20th, was
not by his order. We know that the
cavalrymen will be delighted with this
news. General Floyd is a farmer him
self,and he appreciates the value of the
time of a man and a horse in the month
Judge Buchanan has rendered his
decision in following taken under ad
S. J. Clark vs Manning Publishing
Company, verdict of Magistrate's court
Executors Estate S. C. C. Richardson
vs Mrs. Rosa C. Galluchat, foreclosure
of two mortgages. The mortgage upon
which a partial payment had been made
would be allowed to be foreclosed, the
other was ordered marked satisfied by
the clerk of court.
You can never cure dyspepsia by
dieting. What your body needs is plenty
of good food properly digested. Then
if your stomach will not digest it, Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure will. It contains all of
the natural digestants hence must di
gest every class of food and so prepare
it that nvture can use it in nourishing
the body and replacing the wasted tis
sues, thus giving life, health, strength,
ambition, pure blood and good healthy
appetite. The R. B. Loryea Drug
Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
Under our pension laws injustice is
sometimes done to very worthy cases.
Mr. H. Jud Holladay, a badly wounded
veteran was declared ineligible for a
pension, because the tax books show
that he is the owner of some lands.
Capt.. D. J. Bradham, while in Colum
bia a few days ago, called upon the au
thorities and explained Mr. Holladay's
condition and showed them that while
the books showed a valuatibn that
would cut Mr. Holladay out, the fact
was the property is not worth the as
sessment. Captain Bradham's visit re
sulted in having Mr. Holladay put in
the class which will give him a pen
sion of $19.60.
She Didn't Wear a Mask,
But her beauty was completel-y hidden by sores.
blotches and pimples till she used Bucklen's
Arnica Salve. Then they vanished as will all
Eruptions. Fever Sores. floils. Ulcers, Carbun
cles and Felons from Its use. Infanlible for Cuts.
Corns, Burns. Scalds and Piles. Cure guaran
teed. 235c. at The R. B. Lorvea Drug Store. 3
Supervisor Owens had an experience
which seems to abound in mystery.
Last Saturday afternoon some of his
children found a young crippled part
ridge in his field, and they took it home
for treatment, placed it in a cigar box
and put it on the mantle in Mr. Owens'
room. Sunday morning Mr. Owens
looked into the box. and instead of one
little partridge he found another the
same size as the crippled one. How
the second bird got into that box is a
mystery, as Mr. Owens declares that no
one outside of his family had been about
the place, and all of them are as much
mystified as he is. We have heard of
men -seeing snakes, but the family
would not see the things at the same
time. How did the second bird get
A Deep Mystery.
It is a mystery why women endtire Backache.
Headache. Nervousness, Sleeplessness. Melan
choly. Fainting and Dizzy Spells when thous
ands have proved that klectric Bi'.ters will
quickly cure such troubles. "I su~ered for
years with kidney trouble," writes Mrs. Phebe
Cherley of Peterson. Ia.. "and a lame back
pained me so I could not dress myself, but Elec
tric Bitters wholly cured me. and, although 73
years old, I now am able to do all my houst
work." It overeomes Constipation, improves
Appetite, gives perfect health. Only 50c at Tlu
R. B. Loryea Drug Store. 3
There has of late been quite a con
troversy in the Florence county pa
pers over a very unfortunate affair
which occurred at Beulah last April,
and, which was published in these col
umns-the burglarizing the store of
D. W. Alderman Son's Co., by a young
man by the name of Zingle Hicks. The
party wvas captured in the act and bound
over for trial. When court convened
the case was nol prosed, because the
Alderman's did not care to prosecute.
Since then there has been an effort
made to create the impression that the
boy is of unsound mind, and is the vie
tinm of spite against the father on ac
count of political difference. This is
denied by a paper signed by 25 of the
most substantial citizens of that com
munity. It is indeed unfortunate that
the friends of the young man were not
content in saving the young man from
prison, because their attempts to place
such men as compose the D. W. Al
derman Son's Company in a false posi
tion by saying that the prosecution was
the result of political differences, will
not do. The Alderman's are straight
forward business men, and their not
pressing prosecution against one whom
the., caught in their store stealing was
charity for youth. The Hicks side of
the controversy belies itself as the good
people of the communiiy testify.
Old Soldier's Experience.
M. M. Austin. a civil war veteran of Winches
ter. Ind., writes: "-My wife was sick a long time
in spite of good doctor's treatment. but was
wholly cured by Dr. Kintrs New Life Pills.
which worked wonders for her health.'' They
always do. Try them. Only '&5c at The IR. Ii.
Loryea Drug Store. 3
Following is the recport of the e
dispensary for the second qugr-te
ing Ju tne 29. 1901:
Net profits for April..........
Net profits for M1ay........
Net profits for June.
Pyny-Balsam RteIlev --
pzidmaee a eedv end of c
A Horse Graveyard in Town.
Those living in the near vicinity of
the Clarendon tobacco warehouse feel
outraged that the management of that
property should have been permitted
to bury dead horses on their lct. The
warehouse property is surrounded by
dwelling houses which are inhabited
with human beings, and the burial of
dead horses within a few feet of their
drinking water wells is considered a
menace to health.
In a great many towns the authori
ties look so carefully after the health
that they have stoppad the burial of
human beings within the corporate lim
its and, have forced the putting of cem
eteries as far otT as possible, but we
know of no town in a civilized country
which permits the burial of dumb
brutes within its borders, and to allow
such a thing to be done in the midst of
a thickly settled neighborhood to save
the cost of hauling, is certainly a piece
of indifference for the welfare of a coin
munity which, in our opinion, is little
short of outrageous. The people are
entitled to protection and we believe
there is a remedy in the law, if those
who are nearest to this horse grave
yard will seek it.
The owners of the warehouse prop
erty or any one else should not be, for
their convenience or economy, allowed
to endanger the health of this town.
Sumter today is afflicted with typhoid
and other fevers on account of'the num
ber of filth reservoirs that are within
its limits: it is an alarming condition
there, and the only remedy is a sewer
age system. Shall we wait until our
town is stricken before we cry halt? If
the burial of dead horses is permitted,
the town's prosperity will be checked,
and the damage will extend to every
piece of property here.
There is nothing on earth so deserv
ing of the jealous care of authorities as
health. The cost of hauling off dead
horses might be saved by burying the
horses on your own premises, but how
will that compare with the anxiety of
neighbors who are in constant dread of
disease. This is no trivial matter, but
one which should have the earnest and
immediate attention of the proper au
thorities. The town council is not au
thorized to grant a permit which will
jeopardize the health of the town.
Since writing the above we are in
formed that Mr. Wilkins claims to have
had permission from ecouncil to bury.
dead animals on his lot. The board of
health adopted a resolution yesterday
afternoon prohibiting such outrages in
Tot Causes Night Alarm.
"One night my brother's baby was taken with
Croup.". writes Mrs. J. C. Snider of Crittenden.
Ky.. "it seemed it would strangle before we
could get a doctor, so we gave it Dr. King's New
Discovery. which gave quick relief and perma
nently cured it. We always keep it in the house
to protect our children from Croup and Whoop
ing Cough. It cured me of a chronic bronchial
trouble that no other remedy would .relieve."
Infallible for Coughs, Colds. Throat and Lang
troubles. 50c and ,1. Trial bottles free at The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store. 3
New School for Sumter.
One of the best indications that Sum
ter will become a great city, is the in
terest its people are taking in educa
tion. Beginning in September Colonel
Clarence J. Owens will open up the
Sumter Military Academy and Female
Seminary. The faculty is a strong one,
composed of the following: C. J. Owens,
president: W. A. Buckner, D. A. Brad
ham, W. A. Smoak, Jr., O. F. Hunter,
J. M. Brailsford, Jr.. Miss E. E. Cooper,
Miss Mary Wilson, Mr. L. Clifton
Moise, Miss D. A. Sarling, Miss Annie
P. Ewell, Miss Rosa Gillespie and Dr.
J. A. Mood.
Major David A. Bradham and Mr. J.
M. Brailsford are Clarendon young
men of sterling worth. Mr. L. Clifton
Moise is of Sumter and from a very tal
nted family. Miss Ewell may be re
membered by our townsmen as being a
very thorough teacher, she having
taught here years ago.
o The school promises to be a great
success, and the announcing catalogue
shows that Professor Owens has every
confidence - in the laudable project.
Read the advertisement in another col
umn. Clarendon should be well repre
sented at this new school.
The Best Remedy for Stomach and Bowel
-"I have becn in the drug businass for twenty
years and have sold most all of the proprietary
medicines of any note. Among the entire list
I have never'found anything to equal Chamber
lain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for
all stomach and bowel troubles." says 0. W.
Wakefld of Columbus, Ga. " This remedy
cured two severe cases of cholera morbus in my
family and I have recommended and sold hun
dreds of bottles of it toimly customers to their
entire satisfaction. It affords a quick and sure
ure in a pleasant form." For sale by The R. B3.
Loryea Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
To the Seashore!
A colored excursion will be run from
Timmonsville to Charleston by way of
Sumter, Tuesday, July 16, 1901. Two
special coaches for white people. The
round trip for only $1.50.
This will be the grandest and most
magnificent excursion ever run from
this country. The promoters of this
enterprise are men of means, and ar
rangements have already been made in
Charleston for a grand time. No money
will be spared in arranging for your
comfort and pleasure.
Train leaves Timmonsville at 6:30 a.
n.: Cartersville, 6:42; Lynchburg, 7;
Mayesville, 7:22; Sumter, 7:40; Alcoalu,
: Manning, 8:10.
Our misfortunes would not amount to
much wer-e it not for the comments of
our friends upon them.
Cures Blood Poison-Treatment Free.
Blood poison is the wvorst disease on
earth, yet the easiest to cure when B.
B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) is used.
Many have pimples, spots on the skin,
ulcers, mucous patches, falling hair,
itching skin, bone pains, rheumatism,
catairh, eating, bleeding, festering
sores, scrofula, scabs and scales, can
cer, and don't know it is blood poison.
Gets Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) $1.
A few bottles guaranteed to cure the
worst cases. Sold at drug stores. Treat
ment of B. B. B. sent free and prepaid
by writing to Blood Balm Co., Atlanta,
Ga. Describe trouble and free medical
advice given until cured. B. B. B.
thoroughly tested for 30 years. Cures
when all else fails. B. B. B. makes the
blood pure and rich, heals every sore,
and stops all aches and pains. B. B. B.
improves the digestion. Sold by The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store. '
Some people think three or four times
befoi'e speaking once, and then never
say anything worth listening to.
Bear the ~nYU~8w7~u
Philosophers take things as they
come. Rag-pickers and pick-pockets
take tbhem as they go.
I DON'T WAiT.
If you knew how SCOTT'S
SMIULS!0N would build you
acrease your weight,
.gthen your weak throat
lug and put you in con
tion for next winter, you
gould begin to take it now.
qend for free sample, and try it.
SCOTT & BOWNE. Chemists,
409'415 Pearl Street, New' York.
50e- andx $c.o; all druggists.
his signature is on every box of the gem
Laxative Bromo=Quinine Tnt.
.he remedy that cures a cold in one 4
Prize Offered for Souvenir Design.
The Women's Department of
South Carolina Inter-State and IN,
Indian Exposition will give a prize
$10 for the best original design for
venirs to be sold in the Women's Bu
ing during the Exposition.
This competition is open only
women of South Carolina. Each
sign must be sent to the undersigned
July 1st, 1901. and must he accom
nied by specifications for its cons, r
tion. and the real name of competil
in a sealed envelope, and not appear
elsewhere, so that the name of com
itor will not be known until the aw
Re jected designs will be returi
upon application (with postage enc
ed) made within thirty days after
close of competition.
The Executive Committee of the I
men's Department will be the judge
MRS. R. W.\ MEMMINGER, J..,
Chr'n Com. on Souvenih
44 Pitt St., Charleston, S. C.
Call on or write me when wishing
information on Life Insurance for
tection or investment. I represent
EQUITABLE. the recognized strong
company financially in the world.
J. H. LESESNE,
Manning, S. C
Another combination offer we
making which we hope will prove
inducement to make the people take
increased interest in keeping up w
the trend of events. Listen! We
send you THE MANNING TIMES, '
Thrice-a-Week Edition of The 19
York World and The Farm and Ho
for $2.25 a year. Remember that
$2.25 we will send you all three of th
papers. THE TIMES managem
means to let the rest of the State
that Clarendon county .supports a fe
less and up-to-date county paper, a
per that voices the views of its edit
that has no boss and that has ever st
by the people. The New York We
three times each week is one of
finest newspapers published in An
ica. The Farm and Home is devo
to agricultural, mechanical and hou
hold interests and no farmer's fan
should be without it.
We want subscribers to take adv
tage of this magnificent offer we
In accordance with a Joint Resc
Lion authorizing and requiring
County Board of Commissioners to h
thoroughly investigated the pres
condition of, and the workings of,
public offices of Clarendon county
the last past ten years, approved F
ruary 20, 1901, the County Board
Commissioners will receive applicatii
for this work of investigation up to 1
regular meeting in August, Saturd
the 3rd prox. All applications, m
state the salary that will be required
do this work.
The Board reserves the right to
ject ariiv and all applications.
By order of Board.
T. C. OWENS,
Manning, S. C., July 8, 1901.
OF THE CONDITION OF THE
BANK OF MANNIN
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS.
JUNE 29., 1901.
Loans and discounts...$139,698
Cash and due us -by other
Real estate and furniture... 5,185
Capital stock............ 40,000
Surplus and profits.........2,322
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. I
CLARENDON COUNTY. f'
I, JOSEPH SP~ROTT, Cashier of '.
Bank Manning, do solemly. swear t1
the above statement is true accordi
o the best of my knowledge and beli
- JOSEPH SPROTT,
Sworn to before me this 8th day
July, A. D. 1901.
J. T. STUKES,
Notary Public for S. C
J. W. McLEOD,
W. E. BROWN,
Not Fromi the Hlouseto
need we proclaim the merits or
Wood's Turnip Seeds.
The people have rendered their decision a
the general excellence and superiority of
Wood's Turnip Seeds.
They have been tested by time and hnv
very reverend reputation " for germinat:
We need not prate and protest about the vt
Wood's Turnip Seeds,
the people can be rielied upon to know a g
thing when they see it, and the concensus
public opinion is solely with
Wood's Turnip Seeds.
For many years we have been agents for
justly popular and celebrated
Wood's Turnip Seeds
and it is with extreme gratification that we
say that we have received the "meed or pra
Wood's Turnip Seeds.
With our usual extreme modesty we art
dined at times to hide our light under a bus~
but the purity of
Wood's Turnip Seeds
cannot be hidden from the public who proci
as with one voice that
Wood's Turnip Seeds
ar the best by tes'. The time is now fast
proaching for planting
Wood's Turnip Seeds.
We have all varieties and you can plant 1
with perfect contidence that they will come(
Only a word more-plan.
Wood's Turnip Seeds
and you wil! he more than satisfied with the
suits. For sale only by
1B R. B. [ORI DRUG 810
ISAAC M, LORYEA, Proprietor,
Si,<n of' tho
MANNINC, S. C.
* $5,000 DEPO3
R. R. FARE PAl
S Write quick to
na .-AA BUSINESS CLLEE,. Mann
0U ~ E want the Men andi Boys who are interested in good
ild- Clothes to know where they can buy the
de- ~'BEST CLOTHING
AT THE BEST PRICE,
And unless you see our linie you will never know.
i We want all who buy here to get Clothing they'll be thor
>et- oughly satisfied with, andl we make our selections with that oh- 4
a ject in view, and keep the same purpose in mind when making &
ld- All our Clothing is priced tht anybody can sec
'' BLINES NOCOH
r In this part of the State. il neber we show all the styles in .
my ' lADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S OXFORDS at prices
- the p
e % l u ltigi rc: that. cnynnot ae bet.Ou
e"t Walk=Over i Drew SelbySe 5
SShoes For Men Shoes For Ladies
Van will fit better and last longer than any Shoe you can buy.
Lhe ' ...OURLINE OF..
* SHIRTS FOR MEN & BOYS w
for thtcno eba.Or4 w
ese Is the largest ever shown in Manning before, and the Styles and
ent '~ Patterns will please the most fastidious.
see $ We carry a full line of
"Mother's Friend" Shirt Waists for Boys
)od n in all sizes. They are the best on the market.
the If you want your
edSummer Underwear Cheap
ily You should not miss seemng our line.
re ...OUR STOCK OF...
-e ST9 AW HAT83
e Is complete and up-to-date in Style and Quality and must be sold
REGARDLESS OF COST.
When in town give us a call.si
ent We are headquarters for NECKWEAR. Our line of Neck
he wear is unsurpassed in this section.
for & We sell the best Collar ever offered in town before-a 4-ply
eb- F eLinen Collar for 10c.
of g Our ATWOOD SUSPENDER is cheap and the best ever sold
:>n here. -
he In fact we carry a full line of Goods usually found in a first
ay, class Clothing and Gent's Furnishing Store.
USt 9 . Anything in Wearing Apparel for Men and Boys, and a full
I t and up-to-date line of Ladies' and Children's SHOES. We carr
the bet that can be hdand guarantee every article we sell. a
e- Having been favored with a large share of your patronage,
we etend ur thanks to all.
E Yours anxious to please,
1C. m. DAVIS & CO a
Is selling out everything
at a sacrifice.
Now is your chance =
to get your money's
You had better come
at once before the stock
is broken. This is not
just one line, but Every
Yours for Bargains,
S. i. TILL, Prop
OWIJTO- rT TrIIE
the CONSTANTLY INCEASING M D
We are now carrying the largest and most varied stock of Hardware ever p
can brought into the county. It has taken four years of constant push and
effort to create this 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
We have a large stock of Locks, Hinges and Build
uILUO ers' Hardware generally. We are making Eaves,
aim Troughs, Conductors, Pipe and Valley Tin which we are selling at the
lowest possible prices.
Do not forget to see us for Paints, Oils, etc.; we have them in all shades
am and colors.
O~pfO RO BATO DQ The season is approaching when you will want
SERS, to put new Flues in your barns or repair old
1em ones. We are now taking orders for Flues and repairs, and will give you
up. 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
re- 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
R[ 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 you
want. We will quote you prices by return mail.
HOSEKEEEDRQ If your Stove does not give satisfaction-if it is
OL iLE LRU cracked and Iills your house with smoke, if it does
not bamke properly, dispose 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.
ir then you wixll have done with one source of unpleasantness and mlake the L
preparation of your meals a pastime rather than a bore.
When in want of Crockery come and see the beautiful assortmen~ft we
have to show you. We have a. nice lot of Stone Churns and Flower- Pors: -
2. also Ice Cream Churns and Water Coolers.
-. BICYCLES t W reaet for the CoubaBccetestandard1 of
pany. We also have a full line of Bicycle~Repairs.
S1'f V ery t ruly yours.
zManning Hiardware CO.
IN THIS DAY OF :
SClo~se Co m etiio
A Cash buyers are wakeful and watchful for the oppor
tunities that a wide awake store always has to offer.
4 Keeping in close touch with our store gives your .
CASH the POWER to pull good things your way.,,.
o IN WHITE GOODS,
As in all other lines, we excel, and this stock in partien
lar is now teeming with the loveliest weaves, beautiful ;"..
in their snowy whiteness and summer brightness. hsi h eao o ht
o Goods, including fine French .
Organdies, Lace Effects, P. -O
. K.'s, Dimities, Silk Mulls,
Nainsooks, Linen Lawns &
SN India Linons. ~F
Every lady who has segn this stock of ours is singing .
C its praises. a
tiThis week we invite your speeal attention to sev
eIal lots of White Goods. w s e
We have made special prices on these goods and say
without hesitation they are the gGet s au sEvr
Grea to puluodehs yoer wy
o erled elo nd This Line.... i
QUA LITY ist, Is the best No.- India Linon ever of
fered and would be cheap at 15; our price iss. ..:
Reduced prices on the higher grades as well.
" QUA LITY 2nd, Is a Lace Stripe Lawn, and
should bring 15, but we get only ..............
ORDradsine Lace Effect, P.r
A Issheer, well worth 25, but we have marked it....
- And No.- 4 Is the regular 20 P. K.'s every
d where; our price .--------------------------------. *C .-0
While No- 5 Eelipses all past efforts, being a large - a
lot of Wide Plain Lawn, good for Linings any c --
way, at the low price of.t
If you miss this sale your aim is poor.
Palm Leaf Fans at 1 .
Old Reliable, bRIGBY.
Watches and Jewelry.
I want my friends and the pnblie generally to know that when in need of a
Wedding, Birthday or Christmas Present,
in the fatnre, as well as the past, I am prepared to supply them. biy line of
tches Clocks Sterling Silver Diamonds Jewelry Cut Glass
Fine China Wedgewood Spectacles and Eye Glasses
mplete, and it will afford me pleasure to show them.
Special and prompt attention given to all Repairing in my line
ices to suit the times.
intic Coast Line I A fh f A SUMTER.
ratch Inspector. W . .FOLSOM S."C" .
Vm. E. Holmes & Co.,
209 East Bay, - CHARLESTON, S. C.
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH AND BRUSHES,
LANTERNS, TAR PAPER AND
Headquarters for the Celebrated Palmetto Brand of Cylinder, Planing, En
Oils and Greases.
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TO THE TINES OFFICE.