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ublishes All County and Town Of
MANNING, S. C., JULY 24, 1901.
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 5:25
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 tel
phone when freight trains are approaching
Fare. 10 cents each way.
It Has Come to the Point
Where we must sell out our Summer
stock at a sacrifice or carry it over for
another season. Our judgment is to
sell it out and have new, up-to-date
goods for next spring.
IF THE PEOPLE ONLY KNEW
what splendid bargains are now being
offered at our store they would not hes
itate, but they would go down into their
pockets and get the cash. Why, it is a
notorious fact that we are selling many
lines of goods today just as cheap as
when cotton was 4c per pound.
Why, just think of this for one mo
ment and you will be convinced.
Yard-wide Sea Island Homespunonly
4c per yard.
The best yard-wide Percales, only 5c
Splendid grade Fast Colored Shirting
Calicos, only 3c per yard.
Sc Satin-Striped Lawns, very pretty
Patterns, only 5c the yard.
A large lot of those nice 5c Scotch
Lawns, only 3i^ the yard.
Beautiful line of 10, 121 and 15c Dim
ities, all put in at 9c per yard.
W. E. JENKINSON.
Pinewood Dots will be missed this
Mr. Frank Barron of Wysacky was in
town last Thursday.
Wood's Turnip Seeds, best by test.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Mr. and Mrs. S. I. Till are visiting I
relatives in Orangeburg county.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradham have i
returned home from Glenn Springs.
MissesJanie and Olivia Iugram left
last Friday for a visit to Mayesville.
ox River Butter and Full Cream
Cheese on ice at Manning Grocery Co.
Miss Mary Ingram of Sumter spent
last Sunday with relatives in Manning. 1
Jenkinson is offering values that will
astonish you. A visit will convince you.
Miss Fannie Hort-n of Heath Springs
->is in Manning visiting Miss Carrie
Mr. J. H. Loryea of St Matthews is
id Manning on a visit to his father Mr.
L.Mr. H. D. Clark has taken charge of]
Uthe Manning depot, and has moved his
Tenkinsoin is closing out some beauti
ful Yard-Wide Percales and Madras at
5c per yard.
''Mrs. Sallie Stukes Burgess, of Quit
man, Ga., is in Manning on a visit to
A veritable bargain. One pound
Writing Paper for ten cents. The R.
B. Loryea Drug Store.
For Rent-A very desirable cottage
on the outskirts of Manning. Apply to
A. L. Lesesne.
Wood's Turnip Seeds have a "very
reverend reputation" for coming up.
The R. B.. Loryea Drug Store.
Miss Janie Barrett of Columbia is
visiting the family .of her cousin Mr.
J. H. McKnight.
Mr.Anna Cuttino, and daughter,
Miss Julia of Sumter are visiting at
Mrs. A. L. Lesesne.
Wood's Turnip Seeds have received
the "meed of praise" from the public.
The R. B. Iaoryea Drug Store.
SMrs. Edith Hall and children have
returned from a visit to relatives and
friends at Eutawville.
There is no brag and bluster about
Jenkinson's methods-he comes at you
with nothing but facts and prices.
When you want a modern. up-to-date phy ic,
try Chamberlain's Stomaich and Liver Tab~lts
'They are easy to take and pleasant in effect.
Price. 25 cents. Samples free at The B. B. Lor
yea Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
Mrs. W. M. Brockinton and children,
AMrs. M. E. Burgess and Miss Pauline
Wilson left this morning for Saluda.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Lesesne returned
last Saturday fro'i Pawley's Island
where they have been for some time.
Wood's Turnip Seeds. Plant them
and you will bemore than satisfied with
the results. The. R. B. Loryea Drug
At the request of a number of our
readers we publish on our fourth page
Senator McLaurin's Spartanburg 4th
of July speech.
A genuine bargain, 60) Sheets Writ
ing Paper and 50 Envelopes for twenty
cents. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
T]he game of base ball played last
Wednesday between Juneville and
Pinewood, resulted in a score of 20 to 14
in favor of Juneville.
J enkinson has come to the conclusion
that it is better to sell all Summer
Goods at a sacrifice rather than to carry~
them over to another year.
There will be a quarterly Conference
:at New Zion church next Saturday and
Sunday, 27th and 28th inst. Rev. J. W.
Kilgo, P. E., w-ill preside.
We learn that there is a strong prob
ability of Mr. B. 0. Cantey being ap
pointed postmaster at Foreston, in place
of Mr. H. D. Clark who resigned.
Wood's Turnip Seeds. Read adver
tisement in another column of THE
MANNING TIMEs. The R.. B. Loryea
The State Democratic Executive Com
mittee meets tomorrow to arrange for
the primary to fill the vacancy caused
by the death of Congressman J. WV.
The dispenser here and his clerk have
had their salaries raised. The dispenser
- now gets $75 per month and his clerk
'gets $35; neither raised any objections
to the raise.
Mothers who have always so dreaded the ap
proach of hot weather when they have a teeth
mng babe, should not forget that TEETHINA
cotunteracts and overcomes the effects of hot
weather on children, keeps them in healthy con
dition and makes teething easy. TEETAtINA
Costs only 25 cents per box at The R. B. Loryea
Drug Store. [19-4%
Juneville and Paxville crossed bats
on the grounds of the latter last Friday,
and although Paxville played Sumter's
..battery, which did excellent work, yet
they could not hold the Juneville boy's
down. Score 12 to 10 in Juneville's
Rev. T. 1. Owen of Silver filled ti
pulpit in the Methodist ghurch in flat
ning last Sunday. Those who attende
the services speak highly of his mort
Since work has begun on shorting th
distance between .Manning and, Sun
merton by cutting a new road. n+a n<
tice the travel has commenced .increa:
ing, especially late in the afternoon.
One dollar will buy at .Jenkinson
25 yards good Yard-Wide Homespur
or 33 yards good, Fast-Colored Calic
or 30 yards best Scotch Lawns, or 3
Ladies' nice Gauze Undervests an
scores of other things equally as cheal
There are quite a number of tobacc
buyers here now: among them is th
well known Mr. J. G. Slaughter. Som
sales have been made, but the bus
time with tobacco people will coin
A bad complexion generally result
from inactive liver and bowels. In al
such cases, WeWitt's Little Earl
Risers produce gratifying resulis. Th
R. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac N
A change of schedule brings th
train for Charleston to Manning a
5:43 which gives the postoffice a hal
hour longer to get off the afternoo
mail. The mail will leave postoffice a
5:20. No change in the schedule of th
The piles that annoy you so will b
quickly and permanently healed if yo
use DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Be
ware of worthless counterfeits. Th
R. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac N
There is a hou.se famine in Manning
and people who want to move here, cai
not do so because they can't find ahous
to rent. We learn that Mr. S. A. Rig
by intends to soo.a begin the erection c
some cottages, and if he will do so, hi
will be a benefactor to the town.
DeWitt's Witch Hazel S..ve shoul<
be promptly applied to cuts. burns ani
scalds. It soothes and quickly heals th,
injured part. There are worthles
counterfeits, de sure to get DeWitt's
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac '
The trustees of the Orangeburg Col
)red State College have elected as on<
:f the teachers Lillian Mack of Man
ing, who was elected to be one of th<
teachers of the graded school here, bu
the position in the college is so mudl
nore prominent and better pay, sh<
will not accept the position at this
.AIN AND Don't injure the L. & M. Paint
SLEET It's made for painting buildings
to preserve them. Put theih 0:
in dry weather and once they'r<
iard nary a thing can get through them to de
troy the wood they are meant to protect
3heaper and better than white lead. Mix a gal
on of oil with every gallon of the paint. Thi
. B. Loryea Drug Store, Sole Agents, Man
ling. S. C.
Mr. J. H. Lesesne, after a month';
tay in Greenville attending law lec
;ures, has returned home much pleasei
with the trip, and besides feeling muel
enefited in point of health from thi
nountain breezes, the lectures were
ast amount of benefit to him. H4
;peaks in highest praise of cordiality o
he people of the mountains.
It is easier to keep well than ge
mured.- DeWitt's Little- Early Riser.
aken now and then, will always keel
your bowels in perfect order. The:
1ever gripe but promote an easy gentli
ction. The RI. B. Loryea Drug Store
[saac M. Loryea, Prop.
It was very gratifying to hear tha
;ince Mr. J. W. McLeod has been a
1enn S prings, his health has improved
o rapidly, that a few days ago he tool
Sthree mile walk, and he is becoming
I source of anxiety to his landlady, hi
Lppetite has made such wonderfu
trides. That is right Uncle Jake, ge
at and strong, Clarendon needs you.
"I am indebted to Ode Minute Cougl
2ure for my present good health an
my life. I was treated in vain by doctor
ro'r lung trouble following la grippe.
ook One Minute Cough Cure and re
:overed my health." Mr. E. H. Wise
Madison, Ga. The R. B. Loryea Dru.
tore, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
It was feared that the people's Tc
bacco Warehou~ would not be opene<
again this seasom, but by refering t
ur advertising l~mjsit will be seel
that the, popular jfanager C. M. Masor
is again at the helm,which fact alonei
a guarantee of fairness. Mr. Maso>
will see to it that every pound of tc
bacco put upon his floors, brings it
market value. He does not pay a strik
er a high price and get it back frot
some one else. All are treated th
same at his house.
During last May an infant child of our neigi
bor was suffering from cholera infantum. Th
doctors had given up all hopes of recovery.
took a bottle of Chamberlam's Colic. Choler
and Diarrhoea Remedy 'to the house. tellin
them I felt sure it would do good if used al
cording to directions. In two days time th
child had fully recovered. The child is now vi:
orous and healthy. I have recommended .thi
remedy freuently and have never known it
fail. Mzs. CUTIs BAKER. Bookwalter. Ohi<
Sold by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac h
Mr. A. W. Love, Superintendent c
the South Carolina exhibits, for th
Charleston exposition will be in Mar
ning Tuesday, 30th inst., and he desire
to meet as many of Clarendon's citizen
as possible. We wish that people cai
come here from every section of th
county, and let Mr. Love explain
them the importance of a fine exhibi
from Clarendon. Everybody that ca:
do so, come to the meeting on 30th
inst., at 11 o'clock, a. m.
Those famous little pills, DeWitt
Little Early Risers compel your live
and bowels to do their duty, thus givin;
you pure, rich blood to recuperate you
body. Are easy to take. Never gripe
The RI. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac.\
We desire to call special attentiont
the advertisment of C. M. Davis & Co
because there is; a tone of candor abou
it which must commend itself to reat
ing people Mr. Gerald the manage
says he does not pretend to sell at cost
but he will sell his- goods at such price
that a man will feel that he has ful
value for his mony. This establisi
ment is the only exclusive clothing an
furnishing store in town, and we hav
no hesitancy in saying that as goo
purchases can be made there, .as t
quality, styles and prices as in an
similar concern in the State.
Perry Davis' Pain-Killer.-Its valuabl
prperties as a speedy cure for pain cat
not fail to be generally appreciated,an
no family should be without it in cas
of accident, or sudden attack of dyser
tery, diarrhoea or cholera morbut
Sold everywhere. Avoid substituted
there is but one Pain-Killer, Perry D:
vis'. Price 25c. and 50e.
Our genial townsman Mr. H. '
Avant has rented the Belser stor~e
Summerton and will soon open up
general merchandise establishmenti
that town. Avant is no stranger to th
people of that section, and when b
opens his doors they will give him a
encouraging greeting. Tom A vant is
man that makes things hum aroun
him, and the merchants of Summerto
had as wvell prepare to see business dot
with snap. Such a thing as waiting fc
customers will not do for a man wit
the vim gf Trom Avant, if they do n(
come fast enougrh hec will give them ir
dcemnts until ther come with a rusl
Stepped Into Live Coals.
- Wnen a child I b)urned iy foot fri~lhtfull
writes W. H. Eads of Jonesville. Va.. -whic
caused horrible leg sores for thirty years. b~
Buckln's Arnica Salve wholly cured me aft<
everything else failed." Infallible fur Burn
Scalds. Cuts. Sores. Bruises and Piles. Sold 1
e That was a remarkable prayer meet
1- ing confession when a brother rose and
d said "Brethern and sisters, this meet
i- ing has brought me much joy, I have
been mighty bad this year, and it be
gins to look as if the Lord is frowning
e upon me. I have had a heap of ups
and downs, since I went into the lien
- business, I cut one inch off my yard
stick, leaded my scales, sanded my
sugar, watered my meat and lard, and
charged one brother 75 percent profit
and another 150 per cent, according to
his ability to pay. I charged things on
the books that were never purchased
and I done everything my brain could
conceive of to cheat, lie. and steal from
those whose mortgages I hold, but bless
the Lord, Brothers and Sisters, I have
never lost my religion.
Seven Years in Bed.
C --Will wonders ever cease'-: inquire the
friends of Mrs. L. Pease of Lawrence. Kan.
'TIhey knew she had been unable to leave her
s bed in seven years on account of kidney and
liver trouble. nervous prostration and general
debility: " Three bottles of Electric Bitters en
y abled me to walk." she writes. "and in three
months I felt like a new person." Women suf
fering from Headache. Backache. Nervousness.
Sleeplessness. Melancholy. Fainting and Dizzy
Spells will find it a priceless blessing. Try it.
Satisfaction guaranteed. it. B. Loryca Drng
e Store. Only 50e.
f The editor of THE TIMES accompa
a nied Messrs. Louis Levi and W. J.
t Troublefield to Brewington lake last
e Thursday night and the crops on the
road are very discouraging indeed. The
only cheerfulness we saw, was the
e genial countenance of that grand old
u Octogenarian, Capt. E. N. Plowden.
He is in his 81st year, and as bright in
mind and body as a man of thirty. On
account of sickness in his family he
could not accompany us to the lake, but
at his gate he entertained us as only a
gentleman of the old school can. We
were anxious to have, him with us at
the lake, for we had a curiosity of
f hearing him give his experience
since his conversion to the faith
of his new political leader; as -is
well known Captain Plowden was an
I ultra Anti-Tillmanite, but the light
1 Tillman went out West to find, he
brought back by way of Brewington
swamp, and hoisted it on the gates of
Captain Plowden's mansion, where its
.brilliant glimmer, "by hallies," brush
ed the scales of darkness away.
A Poor Millionaire
- Lately starved in London because he could
not digest his food. Early use of Dr. King's
New Life Pills would have saved 1im. They
a strengthen the stomach, aid digestion, promote
assimilation, improve -appetite. Price etc.
Money back if not satisfied. Sold by 'he R. B.
Loryca Drug Store.
Teachers' Summer School.
The teachers' summer school opened
up last Monday. Prof. C. L. Legge,prin
cipal of Bennietts school, Charleston, is
in charge, with Miss Fannie McCants of
Columbia City Schools as assistant. The
first days enrollment numbered ten
teachers, which was very good consid
ing the short notice and the inclement
weather. by next week the attendance
will be large.
The following teachers enrolled at
the opening day: Misses Carrie Legg,
Minnie McFaddin, Julia T. Gresham,
and Mr. J. J. Bragdon, Manning:
Misses Grace Plowden, Jordan; Lula
Cantey, Foreston: Alvena Keels, Gree
leyville: Jane Riley, St. Paul: Bertha
Broadway, Pinewood, and Mr. S. L.
A Raging, Roaring Flood
SWashied down a telegraph line which Chas. C.
Ellis of Lisbon, Ia.. had to repair. "Standing
waist deep in icy water,' he writes, "gave me a
terrible cold and cough. It grew worse daily.
Finally the best doctors in Oakland. Neb.,
SSioux City and Omaha said I had Consumption
Sand could not live. Then I began using Dr.
King's New Discovery and was wholly cured by
six bottles."' Positively guaranteed for Coughs.
Colds and all Throat and Lung troubles by The
Rt. 11. Loryen Drug Store. Price .We. 5
Editor The Manninzr Times:
SThe sale of the tobacco crop will be
Sgin in a few days, and realizing the im
Sportance of securing such samples of
-the finest tobacco raised in our county
for exhibits at the Charleston Exposi
tion, I take occasion to request all those
who wish to exhibit specimens to re
serve so much of their best tobacco as
they may think necessary to make a
jcredlitable show. Other specimens of
crops and products can be collected
later. but the tobacco display must be
2secured at once before the sale of the
finer portion of the crop is effected.
aWhen the Board of Commissioners for
2Clarendon next meet,they will no doubt
givye notice of how and to whom the to
I .bncco,and other articles for the Exposi
tion should be delivered. In the mean
time those interested can hold their
esamples in such places as are best su-ited
to preserve them from injiury of any
e As a member of the Board I speak
for them in adding to the above a re
quest for those throughout the county
who can contribute articles of any kind
and description, stock, minerals, woods,
acereals, manufactured goods, etc., etc.,
0 to select them and prepare them for de
a livery at such time as the Commission
ers can arrange for their reception in
f HENRY B. RICHARDSON.
2 July 22, 1901.
spyny-Balsam Relieves Right Away
sand makes a speedy end of conghs and colds.
aCall on or write me when wishing any
information on Life Insurance for pro
tection or investment. I represent the
EQUITABLE. the recognized strongest
compaj~ny iinancially in the world.
r .1. H. LESESNE,
7 Manning, S. C.
The annulal reunion and picnic of
Company II, 2(;th S. C. V., wilt-be held
o at Beth'el church in Mott's township,
,Florence county, S. C., July 27th inst.
t Survivors will please take notice.
W. HI. FLOYD,
r For Committee.
Cures Blood Poison-Treatment Free.
-Blood poison is the worst disease on
d earth, yet, the easiest to cure when B.
e B. B. '(Botanic Blood Balm) is used.
d Many have pimples, spots on the skin,
o ulcers, mucous patches, falling hair,
y ithing skin, bone pain~s, rheumatism,
catarrh. eating, bleeding, festering
sores, scrofula, scabs and scales, can
ecer. and don't know it is blood poison.
Get Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) $1.
d A fewv bottles guaranteed to cure the
e 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
advic 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 stops5 all aches and pains. B. B. B.
a improves the digestion. Sold by The
e1 i. B. Lor'yea Drug Store.
where it is hot all the year round
: iScott's Emuilsion
. sells better than any where else
Sin the world. So don't stop taking
t n summer, or you will lose
-- -:hat you have gained.
h Fend for a free sample.
it ' SCOTT & JIowNE, Chemists,
:r 409-5Le5 ?cr teet Ne York.
List of Trustees School Districts in Clarendon
District No. 1--R. C. Richardson,
Fulton; J. P. Lawrence, Fulton.
District No. 2-T. B. Mims, Paxville;
J. P. Felder, Felder.
District No. 3-J. M. Brailsford, Pan
ola:" S. P. Holladay, Panola: S. W.
District No. 4-John J. Gardner, St.
Paul: Elliott Rowe, St. Paul: J. H.
King, St. Paul.
District No. 5-J. H. Burgess, Jor
dan: I. C. Plowden, Jordan: John W.
District No. G-M1ilton Stukes, Fores- il
ton: G. G. Thames. Foreston; John H.
District No. 7-W. I:. Dingle. Davis i
Station; John B. Melette, Davis Sta
tion: I. B. James, Davis Station.
District No. 8-Jeff M. Davis, St. T
Paul; S. Dingle, Davis Station; George
I. Lesesne, Summerton.
District No. 9-.loseph Sprott, Maa
niug: A. Lovi, Manning; D. M. Bral
District No. 10-J. M. Strange, Wil
son: C. J. Haley, Jordan; W. P. Rob
District No. 11-B. O. Cantey, Fores
ton: J. C. Land, Foreston: B. P. Ful- 4
District No. 12-E. D. Hodge, Alcolu:
S. J. McFaddin, Oakland: J. M. Mont
District No. 13-E. R. Plowden, Jr.,
Manning; John G. Plowden, Manning: 4
W. E. Daniels, Manning.
District No. 14-J. S. Evans, Work
man: S. W. McIntosh, Workman: Press
District No. 15-W. D. Gamble, New F
Zion: R. S. Fleming, New Zion: J. H
District No. 16-L. B. Gibbons, New
Zion; R. W. Coker, New Zion, J. T. 4
Gibbon, New Zion.
District No. 17-D. H. Welsh, Beth- 9
lehem; W. H. Thigpen, Bethlehem;
Duffle Floyd, Bethlehem.
District 1S-Thos. A. Bradham, Man
ning; W. T. Touchberry, Manning; E.
B. Andrews, Manning.
District No. 19-F. S. Geddings, Pax- 9
ville: J. N. Brown, Paxville; W. N.
District No. 20-W. J. Turbeville,
Turbeville: S. J. Morris, Turbeville. d
District No. 21-A. J. Hicks, Seloc;
J. W. Coker, Seloc; T. R. Robinson, .
District No. 22-J. S. Cantey, Sum- 3
merton: O. C. Scarborough, Summer
ton: J. C. Lanham, Summerton.
Iistrict No. 23-J. M. Galloway, A
Manning: W. J. Rawlinson, Manning. 9
District No. 24-J. F. McFaddin, e
Bethlehem: W. L. McFaddin, Bethle
hem: D. I. Driggers, Bethlehem.
District 25-J. R. Griffin, Pinewood: d
Chas. P. Barwick, Pinewood; Jno. W.
By order Co. Board of Education. 1
L. L. WELLS,
The Best Remedy for Stomach and Bowel
I have been in the drug businass for twenty
rears and have sold most all of the proprietary
nedicines of any note. Among the entire list
[ have never found anything to equal Chamber
ain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for
dl stomach 'and bowel troubles." says 0. W.
Wakefleld of Columbus, Ga. - This remedy
,red two severe cases of cholera morbus in my
amily and I have recommended and sold hun
Ireds of bottles of it ~o my customers to their
mtire satisfaction. Ii. affords a quick and sure
ure in a pleasant form." For sale by The R. B.
Cryea Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
Mrs. Margaret A. Bagml.
At her home, near Brewington
3hurh. on Black river, in Clarendon
younty,' on the 28th of June, 1901. Mrs.A
iargaret A. Bagnal peacefully fell on
leep, in the 75th year of her age.
Mrs. Bagnal belonged to a family
widely known and respected. Her par-'
ants were Thomas and Frances Burgess (
f that section. In girlhood she gave
vidence of piety and united with the
Brewington Presbyterian church just (
fter her fifteenth birthday. For nearly.
ixty years she retained her member
hip there, and at her death she had
been longer in connection with that
hurh than any other member.
Mrs. Bagnal's Christianity was of a
eely spiritual and at the same time
of a deeply practical character. She
was often in prayer and in the reading
of the Word. Her Bible showed con
tant use and her life became an epis
tle, known and read of -all that she
walked with God.
Through long years her place in
church and Sabbath-school was rarely
vacant, and for many months, in the
midst of declining strength, she perse
vered in attending public worship.
Loving hands were always ready to as
sist her from her buggy into the house,
nA great portion of-her life was spent
iteaching. Many persons now past
middle age remember her as their first
instructor, both in the day and the Sab
bath-school. She married Isaac Bag
nal on April 1st, 1863. One son was
born to them, who now sorrows, not as
othe:; which have no hope, but he
rather rejoices, because his mother is
gone to be with Christ, which is very
frbte. - .WM. H. MILLS.
'his signature is on ey box of tho gonuin6
Laxative Bromio-Quinine Tableia
a remedy that eur-es a cold in one day
Not Fromt thle Housetops'
need we proclaim the merits of
Wood's Turnip Seeds.
The people have rendered their decision as to
the gencral excellence and superiority of
Wood's Turnip Seeds..
They have been tested by time and .have a
very reverend reputation" for germinating.
We need not prate and protest about the value
Wood's Turnip Seeds,
the people can be relied upon to know a good
thing when they s.ee it. and the concenisus of
public opinion is solely with
Wood's Turnip Seeds.
For many years we have been agents for the
justly popular and celebrated
Woo'd's Turnip Seeds
and it is with extreme gratification that .ive can
say that we b ave received the nimeed (if praise"
Wood's Turnip Seeds. C
With our usual extreme modesty we are in
clined at tirnes to hide our light unde~r a bushel.
lit the purity~ of
Wood's Turnip Seeds
cannot be hi~den from the public who proclaim
as with one voice that
Wood's Turnip Seeds
ar the best by test. The time is now fast ap
proaching fo:: planting -
Wood's Turnip Seeds. .I
We have all varieties and you can plant them C
w ith perfec t confidence that they will come up.
Only a word more-plant
Wood's Turnip Seeds e
and you will be more-than satisfied with the re- E
suit. For sale only bys
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Proprietor,
Sigwn ok the'
Golden Mortar ~
MANNINC, S. C.
/ R. R. FARE PAID
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OA.-A. BUSI.==NES COLEE Mneacon Ca
)NOWY GOING ON AT
" "The Store That Mother Likes."
Fofratin hat You Pay
For a thing is very important, but what you get in return a l
for your money is TEN TIMES MORE IMPORTANT.
In order to get good values for money one must know
values. A knowledge of values is the result of experi- r
y ence. We earnestly invite all the experienced buyers and $
judges of goo:1 values in Ladies' Fine Summer Dress 0
Goods, Dry Goods, Notions and Shoes, to our Shelf Room
Sale, beginnin;g Thursday, July 25, aiiTlasting two weeks
P and if you leave our store without saying the values we
are giving are not the best you ever saw, we won't ask
your further confidence in our business methods.
Why Such Values at. Such Profits ? 0
Simply because we must dispense with all our Sum- w
mer stock in order to get shelf room for Fall Goods which
will commence to arrive by August the 15th, and which
will be one of the largest. best selected and most complete
j lines df Fine Dry Goods in this section.
Don't forget to come to this great Summer Sale, for it
will be money in your pockets. Our Summer stock must
and will go.
If you haven't already bought your
It is time for you to come and see ours; they are very
Rigby sells Sound Shoes.
The Date is July 25, for Two Weeks.
Old Reliable.~++.m4*S. A. RIGBY.
The Racket Store. Wal
We Are Selling Out. Isco
We went the Money ; you want the Goods. at pr
Let's we make a trade. Everything at Cost, ev
erything at a Sacrifice, every thing must be Sold. Atih
EVERYBODY COME QUICK! W
$1 24 Men'z Shoes, now........................................ 90c
$1 50 Men's Shoes, now.......... .....................$1 00
$3 50 Nen's Shoes, now....... ........................ 2 50
$1 50 Men's Slippers, now...................................... 1 00
$1 20 Men's Slippers, now..................................... 90
$1 25 Ladies' Slippers, now..................................: 80
81 69 Ladies' Slippers, now.................................... 1 00
$1 25 Ladies' Shoes, now....................................... 80
81 50 Ladies' Shoes, now... ................... .............. 1 00
Children's Shoes and Slippers at your own price.
MILLINERY GOODS AT HALF PRICE.
200 Hats, now for.............................................. 1 00
WHITE LAWNS AT A SACRIFICE.
Boys' Suits....... ..... .............................45c and up
M en's Suits...............................................95c and up
20c P K ........................................... ...........10c
25c P K ..........................................................18c gine
24c P K............................... ...........12C .
Men's Shirts, worth $1. for.......................................30c
('rash Skirts, made up...........................................1sc
COLORED LAWNS AT A BARGAIN.
This Sale will last 30 days from July 15, so come early. We mean
all we say. Which will you choose, goods at a saerifice from us or at
a big, high, unreasonable price from our neighbors?
Yours for cash,
S. I. TILL, Proprietor Racket Store.
ONSTANTLY INCREASING DEMAND
e are now carrying the largest and most varied stock of Hardware ever
rought into the county. It has taken four years of constant pushand
fort to create this demand, but in view of the facts we do not' feel that
ur exertions have been in vain, and will continue to use our best endeav
rs along the same line of business integrity to increase the demand for our
BInLE D llERD We have a large stock of Locks, Hinges and Build
I0U(. BUILDERUD ers' Hardware generally. We are making Eaves,
'roughs, Conductors, Pipe and Valley Tin whiech we are selling at the
>west possible prices.
Do not forget to see us for Paints, Oils, etc.; we have them in all shades
- - The season is approaching when you will want
to put new Flues in your barns or repair old
nes. We are now taking orders for Flues and repairs, and will give you
rices on them that will meet any competition.
Our Flues this season will be made from the best Sheet Steel, every
ieee of which is carefully locked, grooved and riveted, thereby insuring
erfect safety from fire; the elbows and T's are made of No. 24 Gauge
heets. and are strongly put together. We have all weights of sheets in
tock. and Flues will be made after any pattern desired.
Write us if you have not the time to come to town and state wvhat you
rant. We will quote.you prices by return mail.
S.~3REEor nr f yu Stove does not give satisfaction-if it is
1 00 , cacked and fills your house with smoke, if it does
ot bake properly, dispose of it-life is too short to b~e filled with annoy
nees of that kindeand get one of our 0. K. or Garland. Jr., Cook Stoves,
len you will have done with one source of unpleasantness and make theL
reparation of your meals a p~astiime rather than a bore.
When in want of Crockery come and see the beautiful assortment we
ave to show you. We have ~a nice lot of Stone Churns and Flower Pots:
iso Ice Cream Churns and Water Coolers.
SCE lWe are agents for the Columbia Bicycles, the standard of
.Out the wvorld, and sell all grades of Wheels made by that coim
any. We also haLve a full line of Bicycle Repairs.
Very truly yours.
MIanfing Hiardware Co.1
IN PRICES. 4
E are one of the few merchants who do?
not advertise to sell at cost, but we are
always in position to meet any compe- -A
tition. The right kind ofgoods well
bought WILL SELL, but as the sea- _
son is nearly over and in order to make
room for our Fall Stock we have ap
plied the knife and
down to the very Lowest on all Summer Goods.
Men's and Bpys' Suits,
Men's and Boys' Pants,
"? Men's and Boys' Negligee Shirts
Men's.and Boys' Underwear,
Men's and Boys' Straw Hats,
Ladies'. Misses' and. Children's
In fact our stock is full and complete. We .
. have no odds and ends to offer, but or entire T
stock is new and fresh, of the .
Very Best Quality,
made up in the latest styles by the best workmen.
in the land. = 3
Eli/Don't miss seeing what we have to offer
you. We are going to close out the remnainder of
our Summer Goods at prices that will surprise you.
Thanking you for past favors and hoping to
serve you right soon, -
C. M. DAVISC& O
II .rt II7
Watches and Jewelry.
I want my friends and the pablic generally to know that when in need of a
Wedding, Birthday or Christmas Present,
in the future, ts well as the past, I am prepared to supply them. My line of
ches Clocks Sterling Silver Diamonds Jewelry Cut Glass
Fine China Wedgewood Spectacles and Eye Glasses
ieplete, 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.
antic Coast Line Le W . I Ff~AM SUJMTER. "
atch Inspector.* W . F O LSOM C. C.
Vm. E. Holmes & Co.,
209 East Bay, - CHARLESTON, S. C.
AINTS, OILS, VARNISH AND BRUSHES,
LANTERNS, TAR PAPER AND
aeadquarters for the Celebrated Palmetto Brand of Cylinder, Planing, En
Oils and Greases.
A good Prescription
TO THE TIMES OFFICE.