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Publishes All County and Town Of
MANNING, S. C.. AUG. 2S. 1901.
We Carry Only the Best Grade of Goods. w
It will pay you to bear this D
in mind when you are mak- tC
ing purchases in Dry Goods, D
Clothing, Shoes and Milli
nery. And it will pay you to
bear this in mind also, that fr
The Jenkinson Dry Goods vi
Store will allow no one to sell pl
the same class of goods cheap- k
er than we do. S
We are still offering some as- fr
tonishing values in all lines si
of Summer Goods. e(
A great many Summer Goods S
have been run off during our
recent sales in the last thirty be
days, but still there is a good el
many left that must be mov- o
ed before the 15th of Septem- o.
Those who come with the
cash now to take advantage c
of our Remnant lines will se- v.
cure some astonishing bar
Lines of so
Must go. el
W. E. JENKINSON. fe
Notice is hereby given that no advertise
ments will be changed in this paper where vi
the copy is brought in later than Saturday of
Manning Street Car Schedule.' vc
Leave Central Hotel corner 9:00 a. m. and 5:.5 f
p. m. for the passenger trains. and the car will al
also meet the freight trains. Arrangements C:
have been made with the agent at depot to tele
phone when freight trains are approachir. n
Fare. 10 cents each way.
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Mr. E. C. Thames has returned to ac
Manning from Alabama. Wi
Mrs. A. B. Galloway of Clinton is in
Manning'visiting relatives and friends.
Fox River Butter and Full Cream ,
Cheese on ice at Manning Grocery Co. ;o
The court house crew have so little ci
to do, that each of them now has a rag th
to chew. to
Mr. A. Loryea and his daughter Miss ?
Annie have returned from Harris' je
"With locks of raven hue." Read en
advertisement in another column. The g(
R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Dr. C. B. Geiger, who has been on a
visit to his parents in Lexington county C
returned home Sunday evening. di
Judging from the freight receipts at C
this point.the stocks of goods in Man- in
ning will be larger than ever before. I
Always use the best. Mott's Vine- R.
gar is the best: None better for pickl
ing. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. ill
Remember. the TIMES office has a le;
telephone, and when you want to com- hi
municate with it ask central to connect in
JMiss Edith Ware, of Adams Run, at o
one time a resident of Manning, is here a
on a visit to the family of Mr. A. H. te
Via the . Suez Canal. Our Acmele
Green and Black Teas still continue to
be the most popular Teas in Clarendon th
county. The Rt. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Mr. D. Hirschmann will leave this ~
Sweek for New York and oth er Northi- e
rn markets, where he will purchase i
is fall stock.
Died near Silver, after a long illness lit
on Sunday 11th inst., Mrs. Ella Chew- T
ning, wife of Mr. Felix Chewning, aged c
about 27 years. It
Mr. D. E. Turbeville, of jTurbeville, sa
a son of S. C. Turbeville, received the ef
scholarship appointment to the College
of Charleston yesterday. to
Died at Salem, yesterday at the home in
~(of his son Mr. John Wilson. the aged w~
father of Captain Thos. Wilson. The th
deceased was a native of Scotland. w~
What most people want is somethingr mild and tv
gentle, when in need of a physic. Chamber-|
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets fill the bill to
a dot. They are easy to take and pleasant in tr,
effect. For sale by The R. B. Loryea Drug F1
Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
Died last Friday at his home near -to
Summerton, Mr. W. W. Holadav in the ki
83rd. year of his age. The funeral .re
took place at Summerton on Saturday. el
Corn will sell for 81.2~5 per bushel te
next spring is the prediction of a tra- ti:
Vveling man who has just passed through ca
the grain growing section of the West. y(
" My baby was terribly sick with the diar- $
rhoea" savs J. H. Doak, of Williams. Oregron.
-We were unable to cure him with the doctor's
assistance, and as a last resort we tried Cham
berlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. yt
I am happy to say it gave immediate relief and ur
a complete cure." For sale by The R. 13. L~or- of
yea Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.r
Miss Lizzie Pouncey. who has been
visiting in Columbia, Cartersville, At
kins and Davis Station, after a very ai
pleasant visit, returned last Mlonday to -
her home in 'Jenifer, Ala., where she y4
is principal of a large school. h
M1rs. S. H. Aliport, Johnstown, Pa. fr
says; "Our little girl almost strangled si
to death with croup. The doctors said fi:
she couldn't live, but she was instantly H
relieved by One MIinute Cough Cure. tl
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. n<
The Juneville boys went to Kingstree fa
yesterday to play ball with the boys of a:
that village, and it will take time for f1
the Kingstree team -to find out that H
they are living, their defeat was so h:
crushing. The score wvas 9 to 1 in fa-- p
vor of Juneville. !
If the action of your bowels is .not ti
easy and regular, serious complications x
must be the final result. DeWitt's ea
Little Early Risers will remove this a]
danger. Safe, pleasant and effective. ft
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. tl
Died last Saturday, at her home in
Camden. Mrs. Mary Lang, nee Fr'ier
son, Mrs. Lang was the eldest daughter t<
af Maj. J. J. Frierson, deceased, and a
was much beloved by her host of ac- d
quaintances. Her widowed mother fa
still lives at the family homestead on T
Wvboo, this county. ir
James White. Bryantsville, Ind, says b
DeWitt's Witch Hlazel Salve healed_
runnine sores on both legs. He had E
suffereai 6 years. Doctors failed to help F
him. Get DeWitt's. Accept no imita
tions. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Mr. Henry Johnson, one of the best
farmers in Salem, tells us that he had b
a piece of cotton which bid fair to make
him two bales to the acre, but the shea- u:
ding has been so great that he does
not know where it will stop, he says the h
rows are covered with grown bolls that
have shedded off. L
Judge Windham says he bas spotted d
the fellow who painted such a true
word picture of his appetite at the Sa- t
Alem picnic, but on that occasion he was d
a little off, and if the corresp)ondent i.
was amazed then, he wonders what hec
twould say when his appetite is good
and sharp. Windhami was not the only
county officer at that picnic: the other
fellow had to go to Glenn Springs right
afterwards, so there were other big a
N r. W. L. Bruusou a successful au;!
L()uer'Otts fariller from tii. Suiumtiert
iu section has moved to Su:nter where
a will open at boing~f house.\ We
ape he will be succesul in his ti(w
"nture, but our prediction is that he
like the eat in the sog he will come
ick ''There is no place like home.
Throu h the months of June and July on
b was tte thing :md took a running off of th(
wels anti sickness of the stonaI." s-s - . P. t
. ilolliday. of Dening. Ind. '- His bowels.
)uld move from live to echt times a day.
td a bottle of Chamber:ain-s Colic. Cholera ant.
*arrhoea Rientedy in the house and cave hin i
ur drons in a teaspoonful of water and he 'o.t
tier a~t once'." Sold by The R. 13. Loryer
u: Store, Isaae M. Loryca. Prop.
We take pleasure in informing our i
inds that we have secured the ser- t
ces of Miss -Janie Ingrani who is so
easantly known for her courtesy an(
udness in social and business circles.
we will be glad to serve her many
lends who know the kindly and con- t
erate treatment that will be extend- r
I them. The R. B. Loryea Drug r
There will be a series of meetings to
held with the Fellowship Baptist
turch, Clarendon county. beIinning
L Wednesday evening, 28th inst., at t
clock, and continue several days. with
,o services each day at 11 a. in. and $
m. The public generally are most
rdially invited to attend these ser
ces. .J. J. MYERs. Pastor. t:
August 19. 1901. [_t
Eurptions, cuts, burns. scalds and r
res of all kinds quickly healed by De v
itt's Witch Hazel Salve. Certain f
ire for piles. Beware of Counter- 1
its. Be sure you get the original
eWitt's. The I. B. Loryea Drug t
D. Hirschmann has secured the ser- t
ces of Miss Minnie Paget, a milliner
New York who has years of experi- c
tee. She will be here to please the v
dies who like style and economy, and I
u will be convinced at a glance. If t
>u have not tried us in the past don't t
it now to call on us. Miss Paget is a
so a first class feather curler. She n
.n make old plumes look new at a tri- c
ng cost. 1r
'ho laws of health require that the bowels
>e once each day and one of the penalties for
lating this law is piles. Keep your bowels t
:ular by takin: a dose of Chamberlains Stom- e
b and Liver Tablets when necessary and you
11 never have that severe punishment inflicted a
on you. Price. '5 cents. For sale by The it. r
Loryea Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryea. Prop t
If the people of Clarendon living at
convenient distances from postotices b
11 interest themselves. we see no rea
n why the rural free mail delivery
stem cannot be brought here. Any b
tizen can, by addressing a letter to
e Post Master General at Washing- C
n. D. C., obtain the necessary ifor- h
ition to start the much needed pro
at. To have mail delivered within
sv access to those who are living at
stances from post offices is a conveni
ce worth taking a little trouble to
P. T. Thomas, Sumterville, Ala., "I a
is suffering from dyspepsia when I n
mmenced taking Kodol Dyspepsia a
ire. I took several bottles and can t]
gest anything." Kodol Dyspepsia a
ire is the only preparation contain- fi
g all the natural digestive fluids.
gives week stomachs entire rest, s:
storing their natural condition. The N
B. Loryea Drug Store. w
We are in receipt of the handsomely t<
ustrated catalogue of Converse Col- fm
e showing its elegant plant, and t1
h standard of work. This is an a
stitution of which the whole State y
ould be, and is, lproud. It is a per- i
ment gift to the cause of educating .
r young women, and is controlled by
non-denominational Board of Ti-us- c:
as. It has a good endowment. and is c<
aking in the South as the best col- 31
es for women in the North. The ci
aservatory of music has an elegant ti
iditorium, seating 2,000 people, with I
e magnificent pipe-organ (the largest p
the South) and thir-ty-four music b
oms. Eversything is up to the high- d
standard of equipment and wor-k. n
*e call attention to the advertisement n
[ cases of cough or croup give the
te one One MIinute Cough Cui-e.
ten rest easy and have no feat-. The ff
ild will be :all right in a little while. i
never fails. Pleasant to take, always ~t
fe sure and almost instantaneous in L
ect. The R. B. Loayea Drug Store. T
apt. Edgar N. Plowden of Brewing
a was in Manning last Friday attend- P
the prize sales at Mason's tobacco
tre house, and there wasn't a man on
e foor over forty years of iage that
u as lively and as full of vim and
ap as this man who is over eigh- a
years of age. Tilimanism has hadl a0
nderful effect on men in this coun
rthe famous fountain of youth in
orida nor Dr. Koeh's elixir of life "
11 not hold a candle light compared n
the wonderful light in the West, 0
town to scientists as Tillmanism, for
juvenating the old, and putting b
isticity in their steps. It makes t
em so'fleet footed that they run af
r strange gods and "-by hallies'' the
es of the pitchfork, strikes the musi
1 sound~s of the tuning fork "when
u and I were young Maggie."
2 for abor tot That-s aboutt the ratio. Why e
1 -o atra in the world the do(1 you hs-I
1 o aeilten to the sirens sona: of the
may wvho sells benzine-bar
s paints not on quality. bu. on price. Can't o
derstand it and especially when actual cost
L. & M. when needfnl oil is added is so .x
tmel lowv..-The R. B3. Loryea Drug Store.
e gents. Mannin;g. S. C. p
We call attention to Hirschmann'st
mnourcment is this issue. Mr. Hirsch
ann has been in Manning about one
ar and in this short space of time
ias built up quite an extensiv-e a
ade. He has enlarged his stock and
om the preparations he is making, he 3
tows a determination of makmng a
ht to win an increase of tr-ade- d
irschmann can sell somewhat cheaper h
tan some of his competitots because 3
Scan buy his goods equally as cheap, a
id doing his wvork with the aid of his 1:
:ily, his expenses are not so great, f
id the buyer can get that much bene-. t
.When you come to tr vn give i r
irschmann a showv. Mr. H :schmann -
is gone to considerable expense to i
epare for the millinery tr-ade and he e
ls us that he has secured the ser
.ces of a relative who so thoroughly t
aderstands her business that it was y
ith great r-eluctanee that her employ
-s in New York consented to give her c
. Millinery has always br-ought 1
ncy pices, bitt Mr. Hirschmann says a
tat h& will force the pt-ices down to a y
'vel with other- commodities.
Last Wednesday a .jolly par-ty of hun
i-s went to - --riietson's old plantation'
2 Wboo to drive the fleet footed
?er fo which that section has become I
ious, and the chase wvas a success.
he party was composed of the follow
igsportsmen. J. H. Hot-ton, Ab. Rich-a
urg J. M. Br-own, WV. G. Fierson,
.F. Horton, J. P. Coleman. Rev.
Leaper, Carlisle Ragin, Wigfall
rooks. J. R.' Dingle, Selwyn Dingle,
clix Dingle, D. Lesesne, Will Spat-ks,
e Davis, Wash Anderson, Dani. I
odgers, and a color-ed boy by the
ame of Henry.
John Horton killed two and Ab. Rich- I
ouig killed one, his first, and as a I
)sequence he was the victim of the
mal custom when a man kills his first
se-. The yoting man was so pr-oud of
is success that he didn't mind the old
e's beblooding him. Rev. Mr.
,calper p~roved himself a skillfull butch- i
', the way lie handled his knife on the
eer that othiers killed, and Carlisle
agin foud milu pleasture in gibing
e preacher wvhile that gentlman was
oing the butcher-ing. The hunt was
ie irst of the season and a gteat suic
Stops the Cough and Works off the Cold.
Laxative Dr-omo-Qtuinine Tablets cut-el
old in one day. .No Cure. No Pay.
This Market Should be Protectec.
The tobacco product of this county.
atuarally should come to Manning and
he merhants of this place should use
'.er' etlort to bing it here. If there
re agencies at work which has a ten
enev to drive the product to other
uarkets. that short sighted evil should
e corrected. It will never do to allow
re(ld to enTable other markets to get.
he benefit of a product that is nattral
r ours., and as a matter of self protec
ion our business men should use such
alluences as will iuduce the growers of
obacco to come to Manning.
We know of no product that has so
reatly benefited our farmers as has to
acco. and as the farmers were bene
tted so were our merchants, the pro
net was marketed early. brought the
eady ca:sh and at a season of the year
hen every thins was strained, relief
:as had from the sales of tobacco;
herefore it stands our business men in
eed to watch out, take care of, and
urture this great industry, and see to
that Manning is not deprived of it's
enefits. Last week there was a break
n the Florence market at which over
00.000 pounds was sold, a large part of
hat tobacco went from Clarendon, the
ate might be said of Timmonsvile,
nd where so much cash is paid out
here must follow a large amount of
-oods sold. The Florence end Tim
ionsville merchants will not permit
cople to go from their markets grumb
ng, they would see to it, that every
1an goes away satisfied, and if the
arehouse management is the cause
>r dissatisfaction, whether from low
rices, sharp pratices, or greediness to
et the money back by giving orders
> a store where the management is
iterested, instead of paying off in cash
r a check direct to the bank, so that
me seller can be free to trade where he
leaseslike a man, the trouble would be
orrected in short order,if to do so.a new
-arehouse had to be erected to stop it.
t would pay the merchants of this
)wn. in order to induce the tobacco
cade. to buy one of the houses here,
nd run it at their own expense, with
o floor, auctioneer, or commission
harges. The fact of the farmers be
ig saved the enormous cost of selling
ieir product would bring tobacco here
om all over this and adjoining coun
es. The business men of Manning
>uld come together, buy, build or rent
warehouse, and salary the force to
an it, sell the tobacco without cost to
ie farmer. If they did it the invest
tent would be profitable: this mar
et would have the strongest set of
uyers, and competition would be so
reat that prices would attract the to
acco from every where, and then it
ould follow that with the strong mer
tntile competition here, Manning
ould enjoy a trade unpararelled in
er history. In our opinion the scheme
entirely practical and more profit
ble than to allow, by our own inert
ess, so much of this trade making
roduct, to be driven to other towns.
chat crippled, then killed, the cotton
Leto-age business of Charleston, if it
as not the enormous charges, corn
issions, weighage, repairage, steal
ge, and all manner of things to bleed
ie raiser of the product out of as much
possible. Competition sprung up,
rst in the city, then it extended to the
)untry, and today the man who would
ty cotton commission to a farmer
ould be laughed at. As the farmers
ere being robbed out of their sweat
ade earnings in the days of the cot
in factor, so are they suffering now
om the tobacco warehouses at all
ie markets. If the cotton factor
~e charges was robbing, what are
>u styling warehouse charges, where
cost a farmer from twenty to forty
er cent to sell his product?
A merchant has the same right to
large fees, when a farmer brings
rn, cotton, oats, or potatoes to his
ore to sell, as a man who owns a tobac
>warehouse has who buys the tobacco,
iere-is no difference in the principle.
a tobacco grower sells a hundred
>unds of tobacco for ten dollars the
ayer has no right th charge him two
>llars for buying it from him. it is
t so with anything else, and it should
>t be with this.
Food Changed to Poison.
Putrefying food in the intestines produces ei
ts like those of arsenic, but Dr. King's New
ife Pills expel the poisons from clogged bow
s. gently, easily but surely, curing Constipa
on. Biliousness. Sick Headache, Fevers, all
iver. Kidney and Bowel troubles. Only 25c at
ic R. B. Loryca Drug Store. 4
rize Sale at the People's Tobacco Warehouse
The People's Tobacco Warehouse
est prize sale of the season took place
st Friday at which there was a large
tendance and many thousand pounds
the "yellow leaf " was upon the floor
.om various parts of Clarendon and
Tilliamsburg counties. The prices
ere very satisfactory and, although
early all of the prizes were won by
2e man, everybody seemed satisfied.
The following were the prizes:
First Prize-Ten dollars cash, for
est average on 800 pounds of graded
bacco, wvon by Mr. H. M. McIntosh,
Second-Five dollars cash, largest
ad ogf graded tobacco, by Mr. H. M.
Third-Handsome buggy robe, larg
st load of tobacco, by Mr. H. M. Mc
Fourth-Silk umbrella, for 'test pile
Swrappers, 50 pounds or over, by Mr.
. M. McIntosh, Workman.
Fifth-Pair gent's fine shoes, for 200
ounds cutters, by Mr. H. M. McIn
Sixth-Ladies' worsted dress, for 200
ounds fillers, won by Mr. S. W. Mc
Seventh-A trick with a hole in it
combination pitcher and bowl, for 100
ounds of scrap), won by John Smith,
The prizo were awarded by three
isinterested and experienced tobacco
andlers. Mr. E. L. Bryan of Durham,
.C.; Mr. S. A. Watkins, Danville,
a.. and Mr. J. J. Drumwright, Rox
oro, N. C., were the judges, and the
rst two were not even acquainted with'
2e successful prize takers. it was a
emariable coincidence that nearly all
f the pirizes were won by one family,
ut there is the tobacco which all pres
at saw and conceded that the decision
f the judges was correct. The McIn
>shes selected their tobacco carefully
ithi a view to carry off the prizes.
Mr. Mason tells us that tobacco is
oming in to him freely and that he be
eves the corps5 of buyers on his floor is
s good as at any warehouse in the
Don't Let Them Suffer.
Often children are tortured with itching and
urninr czema and other ski:a diseases, but
ukhen's A rnica Salve heals the raw sores. ex
a's intliatton. leaves the skin without a scar.
'(an, frarrant. cheap. there's no salve on earth
r ood. Try it. Cture guaranteed. Only 25c
The R. B. Loryca .Drug; Store. 4
Notice, Connor Mounted Rifles.
Orders No. 10.
The members of the Connor Mounted'
Iifles are hereby ordered to assemble
.t their drill ground, dismounted for
rill. at 11 o'clock A. M. Saturday, Au
~st 31. Every member is exp~ected to
> fully uniformed and armed: and any
nember who has no arms will be fur
ished on that day.
Other business of importance to the"
ompany and its insp~ection will he dis
ussed on that day. A full attendance
By order A. J. RICHBoURC;,
Capt. Co. D, 1st Reg. Cay.
H. D. B3ATDIAN, Orderly Serg't.
A Card to the Public.
Appreciating the many kindnesses
rom the good p~eople of Manning to
nyself and family during my illness, I
isire to make public my gratefulness.
Thousands Sent Into Exile.
Every year a large number of poor sunlerers
whose Inngs are sore and racked with coughs
are urged to go to another clirnate. BUt this is
costly and not always sure. D)n't be an exile
when Dr. Kines New Discovery for Consump
tion will cure you at home. It's the most infal
lible medicine' for Coughs. Colds and all Throa
and Lung diseases on earth. The first dose
brings relief. Astounding cures result from
persistent use. Trial bottles free r.t The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store. Price 50c and $1. Every
bottle guartueel. 4
Editor The Manning Times:
In your last issue I noticed what your
correspondent from New Zion had to
say about people carrying their tobacco
to other markets on account of orders
to a store iustead of a check direct to
the bank being given to them.
I desire to inform the public that the
People's Tobacco Warehouse of which
I am manager is not interested in any
store in Manning and all persons bring
ing their tobacco to my warehouse will
not only get the highest price the mar
ket affords.but will receive my personal
attention and the cash or checks direct
to the Bank of Manning will be given
to them. I will say, further, that all
checks issued by the People's Tobacco
Warehouse represent their face value
in cash and are not subject to discount.
I solicit all the tobacco grown in this or
adjoining counties and will guarantee
the best of attention and courteous and
C. M. MASON,
M g'r People's Tobacco Warehouse.
He Kept His Leg.
Twelve years ago J. W. Sullivan of Hartford.
Conn.. scratched his leg with a rusty wire. In
flammation and blood poisoning set in. For two
years he suffered intensely. 'T'hen the best doc
tors urged amputation. "but." he writes. "I used
one bottle of Electric Bioters and I U boxes of
Bucklen's Arnica Salve and my leg was sound
and well as ever." For Eruptions. Eczema.
Tetter. Salt Rheum. Sores and all blood disor
ders Electric Bitters has no rival on earth. Try
them. The R. B. Loryca Drug Store will guar
antee satisfaction or refund money. Only 50
Another Sun Set.
Mrs. Sarah Stukes, after an exten
dended illness, died at her home near
Jordan on Wednesday, 7th. inst.
A sad, sweet duty to chronicle her
death for your readers, many of whom
have long known and loved her. Sad,
for we feel our loss of her lovely exam
ples and strengthening words of com
fort. Sweet, for we love to bear testi
mony to her beautiful Christian life and
we have the blessed assurance that
"Aunt Sarah" is only translated to be
with Jesus and other loved ones gone
before. She supplies the last lacking
link in her family circles in heaven.
Mrs. Stukes was seventy eight years
old and the living and closing of such a
life is like thel radiant shining and
then the calm, sweet going down of the
evening sun to rise and shine in the
Paradise of God. It is sweet to know
that, although her voice is hushed
from us and her kind, smiling face is
seen no more, that her strong Chris
tian influence will live for many years,
strengthening our hearts and binding
us closer to heaven. Surely all who
knew her, loved her, and we all feel
benefited by her life, her pure, meek
bt.t firm Christian character. She has
e:t a great number of relations and
riends to mourn and our deepest sym
pathy is extended to all, and especially
the little grandchildren that loved her
Farmers, provide yourself with Pain
Killer at this season of the year, when
olic, cholera morbus, dysentery, diar
hoea, &c., may disable your hands
se it in every case of the kind, but be
ure that you trust to no other remedy
ut the old, long tried Perry Davis
ain-Killer which never failed. Avoid
ubstitutes, there is but one Pain-Kill
r, Perry Davis'. Price 25c and 50c.
Ber .o The Kid You Have Always Bought
This signiature is on every box of the genuino
Laxative Bromo=Quinline Tablets
the remedy that cnres a cold in one day
Call on or write me when wishing any
nformation on Life Insurance for pro
ection or investment. I represent the
UIALE. the reCognized strongest
ompany financially in the world.
J. HI. LESESNE,
Manning, S. C.
Bears the The Kind You Have Always Bought
To Cure A Cold In One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the money
i it fai> to cure. E. W. Grove's sig
ature is on eaca boy. 25c.
Pyny-Balsam Stops the Tickling,
and quickly alasy: inflammation in the throat.
During the summer the duties of my
office will require most of my time on
the roads, and the Supervisor's office
will only be open for the approval of
papers at the regular Board meetings,
the first Saturday in each month.
Persons having business in the office
will call on Mr. J. H. Lesesne, clerk of
Board. T. C. OWENS,
lini 19lll1y 0IlW8 US iiilh 115111
-PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM.
NIAL'S HAIR RESTORER.
ALLAN'S HAIR RENEWER.
LYONS KATHAIRON FOR THE HAIR.
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR
SEVEN SUTHERLAND SISTERS HAIR
ALLEN-S VEGETABLE HAIR DYE.
TUTTS IMPROVED LIQUID HAIR DYE.
AYER'S HAIR VIGOR.
BUCKINGHAM'S DYE FOR THE WIlS
SPEICHR'US DANDRUFF CURE.
COKES DANDRUFF CURE.
ISAAC M, LORYEA, Proprietor,
Sigrn of 1ho
- Golden Mortar
READY FOR SCHOOLI
Yes, my clothing is all ready, but oh! that
old trunk is in such a condition it can't go on
the railroad again.
Why, that is easy to remedy. The Jenk-;
inson Dry Goods Store carries the largest
of any house in this part of the State and
they make special prices to School Boys and
Girls who need Trunks to go off to school.
And, furthermore, if you haven't got all .
Tni'wn,,, r~,-~ c! re, mm neeri ' rtim A it.
uw.,v A..6J 1 1^ .... -- --
will pay you to see what The Jenkinson Dry
Goods Store is offering in these lines, as they
are selling al Summer Goods at ridiculously
W. E. JENKINSON i
$ Beginning Thursday, August 22, Igoe, we will (
inaugurate the Biggest Sale of Embroid- (
ery, Edgings. and Insertions that Manming (
Ever Witnessed. (
$ We have assorted them in Lots 1, 2 and 3. (
rndLOT 1. e i
This lot embraces the greatest line of 1 1-2 to
2 1-2-inch width Cambric Edgings, about 40 different
styles, all for 5c the yard. 0
ehaveassorted thc n Lots 12and"""""""
LOT 2. z
This is a special assortment of Fine Cambric 11to
Edgings, 3 1-2 to 4 1-2 inches wide, 40 different Pat
terns, they all go for c the yard. 1
8 u L ~a AA18w~ww U~
This is still wider aso real 20o seller, but dur- 0
tin the sale it will go for 15c the yard. 0 al
Remember these are all brand new goods, just wort
a.riven, anu u Y t see them to appreciate them. $ da
S T uisistlie Jands, Fral2t sellrs. dr
W E are one of the few merchants who do7
not advertise to sell at cost, but we are
- . always in position -to nieet any compe- -
tition. The right kind of goods 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 Boys' Suits,.
: Men's and Boys' Pants, *
;: Men's and Boys' Negligee Shirts
Men's and Boys' Underwear,
E 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 our entire
stock is new and fresh, of the
Very Best' Quality,
made up in the latest styles by the best workmen - -
' in the land.
Qo7*Don't miss seeing what we have to offer
you. We are going to close out the remainder of
, our Summer Goods at prices that will surprise you.
Thanking you for past favors and hoping to .r
serve you right soon,
SC. M. DAVIS& CO.1
Till and This Space.
He is just getting in his Fall goods and hasn't time
to offer you any prices this week. But remember
He is the Man That Will
Do You Good.
He has something special every day, and
He is the Man that You
Want to See
when you get ready to trade.
S. I. TITT
Proprietor N. Y. Racket Store.
9 WANT EVERY ONE TO KNOW
lore particularly those who have Gin Machinery to repair, that we
the best stock of VALVES, OIL CUPS, LUBRICATORS, INSPIRA
S, INJECTORS, STEAM GAUGES, TEES, NIPPLES, ELBOWS,
HINGS and PIPE that has ever been in Manning.
Ye have also a good stock of Gandy, Rubber and Leather Belting in
izeb. Our prices on these goods do more than hours of talk can to
is selling them.
The best 3-inch Gin Brush Bristles at 95c.
White Lead at 9c per can.
Red Lead at 10c per pound.
et prices on all kinds of Bolts, Nuts and Washers, Wrenches, Ratchet
s and Tools generally for making repairs from us. You will find them
Ye cut and thread Pipe up to 2 inches in diameter, and do the
promptly. Get your Pipe cut when you buy it and save time.
Ve can thread iron for long Bolts and Rods from j inch to It inches in
ve your Pipes and Machinery a good coat of
gr can ak your inhousenire-prof byusingdCold Water Paint. It
but little and will preserye your property for years.
the season for making hay is at hand. We want you to call and see
Deering Mower and Rake, and examine them carefully and see if you
egoretakink the aency for Deering Harvesting Machinery we did
t we invite you to do-we found no defects.
anning lHardware Co.