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Publishes All County and Town Of
MANNING, S. C., OCT.!, 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::5
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.
Mr. Charlie Rigby left yesterday to
attend school at the Citadel.
Everything for the School Room.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
The people on Santee are raising
large quantities of meat this year.
"Kafeka" what is it? Cali at The R.
B. Loryea Drug Store and ascertain.
Miss Daisy Thomas of Charleston is in
Manning visiting the -amily of Mr. W.
Fox River Butter and Full Cream
Cheese on ice at Manning Grocery Co.
Died at Alcolu last Tuesday Edna the
three months old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Smith.
Rye Seed, plant the best, just ar
rived. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
The Manning post office is now of the
3rd class, the change went into effect
As usual we lead. Pearle Onion Sets
just received. The R. B. Loryea Drug
Cadets Boyd Cole, Ever6t Iseman and
William Barron, left last Monday for
the Citadel, Charleston.
Our Own Label read advertisement in
another column. The R. B. Loryea
Mrs. G. Allen Huggins and children
of Dayton Ohio, are in Manning on a
visit to the family of Mr. D: M. Brad
Our Cologne is conceded to be the
best, a trial will convince. The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store.
Miss Christine McKagen, after spend
ing several days last week with Miss
Nellie Stephens has returned to her
Only a word Longman & Martinez
justly popular prepared Paints always
lead tested by time. The R. B. Loryea
We want everybody to read Shahid
& Brother's half page advertisment in
t his issue. This is a hustling concern
The New Bon Marche.
Clark's Favorite Baking Powder
still continues a prime favorite with
careful housewives. The R. B. Loryea
There will be preaching at Fellow
ship next Sunday morning at11 o'clock,
a baptismal service at 4 o'clock p. m.
and preaching at 8 o'clock p. m.
All Prescriptions are accurately,
skillfully and promptly filled, and
courtesy shown to those bearing them.
The R B. Loryea Drug Store.
Rev. S. 0. Cantey has not gone away
as has been stated, but he is home
where he will be pleased to give im
mediate attention to those desiring his
services as a surveyor.
Toilet Soaps, the largest and most
varied assortment ever shown: verify
our statement by calling and inspecting
same. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
The vacancy caused by the death of
Magistrate Richbourg at Paxville has
brought out several applicants, among
the number is Mr. H. B. Bateman, who
was Mr. Richbourg's faithful consta
When you see it in our advertisement
it is so. Toilet Soap 3 cakes for 10
cents the best value for the money ever
offered in Manning. The R. B. Loryea
Dr..Lionel Stukes, who has been en
gaged in the drug business at Ameri
eus, Ga., has come home to enter the
South Carolina Medical College, where
he proposes to fit himself for the prac
tice of medicine.
Courtesy extended to all our patrons
whether from the mansion or the cabin.
Miss Janie Ingram and Mr. Plumner
Clark, Ph. G., are with us and will be
pleased to see their friends. The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store.
Rev. William Gibbons is holding a
series of meetings at New Town, and
he is being greatly aided in his work
by Mr. G. Z. Driggers, who is a recent
convert, and ever since he saw the
light, he has been teaching it to others.
For sprains, swellings and lameness there is
nothing so good as Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
Try It. For sale by the R. B. Loryea Drug
Died at his home at Paxville last
Wednesday Judge James F. Richbourg,
aged about 50 years.
The deceased was highly thought of
in his community. He was a magis
trate for many years, and had the repu
tation of doing his full duty.
Lewis Ockerman, Goshen, Ind: "De
Witt's Littie, Early Risers never bend
me double like other pills, but do their
work thoroughly and make me feel like
a boy." Certain thorough, gentle. The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Married in Shanghai, Chine, on Au
gust 17th, by Rev. H. Maxcy Smith,
Dr. John W. Bradley and Miss Mamie
B. Mc~ollum, a daughter of Mr. J. H.
McCollum, of New Zion. The marriage
was witnessed by the United States
Consul. Dr. Bradley is formerly from
Bishopville and he was sent to China
by the Presbyterian-church.
When you cannot sleep for coughing. it is
hardly necessary that any one should tell you
that you need a few doses of Chamberlait's
Cough Remedy to allay the irritation of the
throat, and make sleep possible. It is good.
Try it. For sala by The R. B3. Loryea Drug
For the benefit of those who do not
know, we will state that it is the rule
of a newspaper, not to give out infor
mation as to who its correspondents
are. If a correspondent uses the name
of another, that individual has the
right to demnand the author. However,
whenever an article appears in this
paper which is regarded as needing
attention, the columns will be extend
ed for reply free of charge.
Kodol Dyspepsa Cure is not a mere
stimulant to tired nature. It affords
the stomach complete and absolute rest
by digesting the food you eat. You
don't have to diet but can enjoy all the
ood food you want. Kodol Dyspepsia
ure insta'ntly relieves that distressed
feeling after eating, giving you new
life and vigor. The R. B. Loryea Drug
Little Bertram Weinberg on last
Monday afternoon was on the street
car com~ing from the depot, and when
in front of the "Brown block" he stuck
his head out of the car window just in
time to hit a telephone post. He was
badly bruised, and it was a wonder he
was not instantly killed. The little
boys have a practice of running after
and jumping on this car, which is very
dangerous and parents should forbid
their children doing this.
Last Saturday morning a colored boy
was hunting squirrels near Foreston,
and he came across a bear track He
found where the bear had been taking
corn from a field, and he gave out the
alarm which brought out a crowd who
went in pursuit of the animal. After a
lively search, Mr. H. A. Alsbrook was
the lucky man to kill the "eritter." He
shot it twice: the bear was very poor
and of small size, but his death was
good news to the people of that section.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers never
disappoint. They are safe, prompt. gen
tle, effective in removing all impurities
from the liver and bowels. Small .and
easy to take. Never gripe or distress.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Capt. A. L. Lesesne while superin
tending his ginnery near Silver last
Thursday, met with a very serious ac
cident, which was nothing short of a
miracle that it did not result fatally.
Captain Lesesne was on a platform
about 15 feet from the ground, and a
plank turned with him causing him to
fall to the ground. He is a very heavy
man and falling such a distance was
not only a terrible shock, but very
painful. Fortunately no bones were
broken, and he is now very much bet
ter, and able to ride horseback this
A new remedy for biliousness is now on sale
at The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. It is call'd
Chamberlain's Siomach and Liver Tablets. It
gives quick relief and will prevent the attack if
given as soon as soon as the first indication of
the disease appears. Price. 25c. per box. Sam
A hot supper frolic near Felder's last
Friday night resulted in a row, in
which John McBride was converted
into a corpse by a bullet from the pistol
of Arthur Billups. Magistrate Griffin
of Pinewood held the inquest and found
that McBride was dead and that Bil
lups had killed him. A warrant has
been issued for the arrest of Billups,
but he has not made any response to
the invitation. When it was discover
esl that Billups had skipped the tele
phone was used in an endeavor to in
tercept the fleeing murderer, but to no
avail so far.
Do you suffer from piles'. If so do not
turn to surgery for relief. DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve will act more quick
ly, surely and safely, saving you the ex
pense and danger of an operation. The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
In this issue will be noticed an ad
vertisement of Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.,
dealers in drugs, medicines, toilet
goods, perfumeries etc. This estab
ishment has secured the services of
Dr. J. E. Arant a pharmacist of con
siderable experience, who has con
pounded prescriptions in drug stores in
Charleston, Orangeburg and elsewhere.
He comes to this firm highly recom
mended, and beside, the firm is com
posed of two practicing physicians who
are specially interested in watching
this branch of their business. Dr. W.
E. Brown & 'Co., keep a large and
varied assortment of everything that
can be handled in an up-to-date drug
store. Read their advertisment.
C. M. Phelps,' Forestdale, Vt, says
his child was completely cured of a bad
case of eczema by the use of DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve. .Beware of all
counterfeits. It instantly relieves piles.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
There is to be in Manning next week
a convention of old maids, just what the
convention is for we have not been in
formed, but we imagine they have as
much right to assemble and give vent
to their grievances as other people.
We suppose they will ado pt resolutions
denouncing the young men for permit
ting the high prices of groceries to
keep them from proposing marriage,
and they will pour out numerous other
complaints. The bachelor that gave
us the information about the coming
"Old Maids'' convention, swore that if
them lean, lank, ugly old rouse-faced,
pad-calfed and artificial bosomed
spinsters, get too personal, he will
spring a box of mice on them and then
come out in the papers and expose the
ones that have holes in their stockings.
W. T. Wesson, Gholsonville, Va,
druggist, writes: "Your One Minute
Cough Cure gives perfect satisfaction.
M~y customers say it is the best remedy
for cough, colds, throat and lung trou
bles. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Where is there -a merchant deserv
ing of the people's favor, more than
Thomas Nimmer, whose advertisement
appears in this issue. Nimmer started
in Manning in a very small way, a
stranger in a strange land, and by his
untiring energy and his honest and up
right dealings, he has merited the
arge and increasing business he now
enjoys. At his -store there is to be
found all of those delicacies which are
the joy of a good wife who makes her
husband happy by pandering to his ap
petite. He keeps the freshest and best
of fruits in season, and always has a
supply of fresh bread on hand every
morning. Nimmer has secured the
agency for Lowney's candies, and this
has made him popular with the young
folks. Besides a general stock of
fancy and family groceries, he carries
a fine line of all kinds of novelties,
glass and crockeryware. Go to see
The ethics of pharmacy is not alone
competency, but the desire to be cour
teous, obliging, attentive and prompt
to the wants of those who are desirous
of having prescriptions compounded.
Mr. Plumer Clark, Ph. G., second
honor man, realizes this. and our pat
rons can rest assured that he will ac
cord them the most kindly and consid
rate treatment. He is in charge of
our prescription department. While
we do not rest on past laurels still we
can, with pardonable pride, point to
over a quarter of a century of reliable
'nd reputable business methods coin
'ined with courteous treatment to all
without discrimination. It is hardly
necessary to say that this reputation
will be maintained by the present man
igement. The R. B. Loryea Drug
Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.,
to water but you can't
make him drink.
You can't make him eat
either. You can stuff food in
to a thin man's stomach but
that doesn't make him use it.
Scott's Emulsion can make
him use it. How ? By mak
ing him hungry, of course.
Scott's Emulsion makes a thin
a thin body was naturally hun
gry didn't you ? WVell it isn't.
A thin body is .asleep-not
working-gone on a strike.
It doesn't try to use it's food.
Scott's Emulsion wakes it
up-puts it to work again
making new flesh, That's the
way to get fat.
Send for free sample.
SCTr & UOWNE, Cheicns,~ 4oe.Peard st :. Y
c.ue and sztoo; all drugts.
Horn-Bass Company of Sumter, the
concern that opened up in that city last
fall. and created such a furore by. hav
ing their shoes shipped to them in sol
id car load lots., is out in this issue of
THE TIMES with a half page advertis
ment that is well w orth our readers
while to read carefully. This company
finding their old quarters too snall to
accommodate the large business built
up inl one year, have leased a larger
store on the opposite side of the street,
and in it they have packed a stock even
larger than the one carried last year.
Horn-Bass Company make it a ruie to
permit no goods to be carried over, all
of their goods must be sold, and parties
going to Sumter will do well to go
through their stock. We can say in
all sincerity that nowhere will custo
mers receive more courteous treatment
and attention. This concern is in Sum
ter to sell goods and they will sell them
if prices and quality is an inducement
to capture the trade.
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. Kmn's New
Discovery, which rave quick relief und 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 Cou::hs. Cols. Throat and Lung
troubles. 50e and $1. Trial bottles free at The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store. 3
Manning is now a cotton market we
can feel safe in recommending to our
patrons. We have given this matter
our personal attention, and since agita
ting the question we have seen evi
dences of improvement in the prices
we mean that the differences in price
here and other markets have been con
siderably lessened, for instance, the
complaint has been that Manning was
from a quarter to three quarters of a
cent below other near markets, but
now the average diffence has not reach
ed over one-sixteenth, well this is cer
tainly very close, because there is a
difference in freight rates, and if our
business men can keep the market with
such a little difference, we earnestly
urge our farmers to bring as much
cotton here as possible. The more cot
ton brought to a market, the more ro6m
will there be for buyers, and the more
buyers, the more active the competi
tion, and the result will be that our
market will become of sufficent impor
tance that the railroad authorities will
lessen our freight rates to the ports. If
we had a sufficient quantity of cotton
here, a compress could be built, and
this would be an inducement for more
buyers, but we should go to work to do
the best we can with what material we
have, and when our business men show
us that they are giving the people a
square deal, and that they are giving
as much for cotton as the freight con
ditions will permit, then it is our duty
to encourage them by bringing the
The people can rest assured we will
always watch for their interests. We
have given clear pioof of this; when
we believe the cotton and tobacco
market was not -being operated as it
should be, we said so, and we will do
so again regardless of who is hurt the.re
by. If our business men want us to
aid them in inducing our farmers to
bring their cotton and tobacco here,
they must show the disposition they
are exhibiting now, then they can
count on our friendship. We want the
people who make the products on our
soil, get the full benefit of their labors,
for God knows, that when they get all
the markets afford, they get little
enough, not enough to keep them from
being "hewers of wood and drawers of
water." It is hard enough for them
o have to pay tremendous profits on
hat they buy to make the crop, and
hose to whom they pay it must be
atisfied with that, they have no right
o expect to make profits on the cotton
fter it is made, any more than they
ould have on cash when it is offered
o pay a debt. The farmer goes in
ebt in the summer, he pays in the
fall with cotton, that is his cash, and
hen our business men take the cotton
s so much cash, there will be no com
laint from us, but whenever at any
ime they get greedy and want a profit,
f from three to five dollars on the bale,
here will be a howl that will tingle
n their ears.
Treat the people whom you depend
n with justice, and they will only
ladly help you, they will feel a gen
ine pride in building up their county
eat, they are intelligent enough to
-now that if our county seat is built up
and is prospering, the same condition
ill spread out into the tields and for
sts of the county. The people want
to come here, and if we can give them
decent market, and the past few days
rove we can, then as a matter of
ractical business, aside from justice,
et us stretch every nerve towards
iving them what they want.
Old Soldier's Experience.
M. M. Austin. a civil war veteran of Winches
er. Ind., writes: "My wife was sick a 'ong time
n spite of good doctor's treatment. o'ut was
wholly cured by Dr. King's New Life Pills.
which worked wonders for her health." They
lways do. Try them. Only 25c at The R. B3.
Loryea Drug Store. 3
A Norfolk Buyer Coming.
The editor of THE TIMES has been
:oing his utmost to make Manning a
irst class cotton market, with this pur
pose in view he sought conferences with
buyers. On last Thursday he met Mr.
W. H. Taylor in Sumter, and after a
very pleasant conference, obtained the
promise that he would confer with his
house in Norfolk. Mr. Taylor repre
sents one of the largest exporting con
erns in the South, and when he prom
ised to investigate the conditions here,
he began at once to communicate with
the railroad authorities, and he ascer
tained that the rate on cotton from
Manning to Norfolk was the same as
from Sumter to Norfolk. If we are
any judge of human nature, Mr. Taylor
will establish an agency h e r e
which will put the thinking cap on our
present buyers, and Manning will in a
short time regain all of the cotton busi
ness that was lost, because of the lack
of competition. In order that our busi
ness men and our farmers may under
stand what has taken place we here
with publish the letter we received
fom Mr. Taylor:
Sumter. S. C., Sept. 2S, 1901.
Mr. Louis Appelt, Manning, s. C.
DEAR SIR: Since learning the rates
on cotton to Norfolk and getting other
information from you, touching on the
conditions of your place as a cotton
market I have decided to make your
maket a visit and arrange to buy cot
ton there. We don't expect to be able
to get there before the last of this week
as we are busy at other points. I thank
ou for your interest and assure you
our inf'ormation had led mc to give
your market this attention.
W. H. TAYLOR.
She Didn't Wear a Mask,
But her beauty was completely hidden by sores.
blotches and pimples till she used Bucklen's
Arnica Salve. Then they vanished as will all
Eruptions. Fever Sores. Boils. Lcers. Carbun
cls and Felons f rom its use. Infalliblc for Cuts,
Corns- Burns. Scalds and Piles. Cure guaran
teed. 25c. at The Rt. B. Lorvea Drug Store. 3
The Superintendent's olhice will be
open on Mondaty, Thursday and Satur
day of each week for the exchange and
sale of school books.
L. L. WELLS,
28-3t] Co. Supt. of Ed.
Ber the ,The Und You Have Always Bought
Pyny-Balsami Relieves Elight Away
an moleon anpeede end ofcao-hannd oldm.
A Bright Yorang Life Ended.
Many hearts in Clarendon and hun
dreds inore in Virginia among his kin
dred will be saddened by the knowled re
of the death of'Master Donald Landrrn
Brailsford the adopted son of Col. D.
W. Brailsford which occurred at Panio
la on Wednesday last of congestion.
.He was a strikingly handsome. bright
and lovable boy. and twined himself
around the hearts of all who knew hi'n.
The military traits and bearing tl:at
come to him bv inheritance was so de
cided that he eagerly donned the c..v
alry uniform and splendidly mounted
and equipped rode at the head of the
long column of calery. The troopers
were so charmed with his fine ridi g
and solderly bearing that they elected
him their Masect and he never failed
them on any occasion. He was eagerly
preparing for the approaching inspec
tion of the Cavalry of this county when
death sheathed his miniature sword
and his brave little heart ceased to
'his signature is on every box of the genuino
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
.ho remedy that eures a cold In one day
The R. B. LoryEa Drug Store, Man
ning, S. C.: After suffering for some
time with Kidney trouble was advised
by a friend to send to you for a Guter
man Kidney Pad from which 1 obtained
great relief in fact have had no further
trouble since wearing the Kidney Pad
you are at liberty to use this certificate
in anyway tnat you may wish. Respect
fully, S. T. Russell, Pastor Baptist
Church at Trio, S. C.
Morrisville, S. C., Aug. 7. 1901.
For sale by The . B. Loryea Drug
Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
Ills Record as an Abstainer.
She-Are you a total abstainer, Colo
nel Blue Grass?
He.:-Yes, ma'am. I haln't touched
water for 40 years.-Chicago News.
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Our Owil Label
Assumes the responsibility of many
lines. A word as to such goods as come
under our Label.
TEAS! TEAS! TEAS!
Our "Acme" Brand
Green and Black ...
Is unsurpassed in quality and flavor;
tea drinkers realize this. While Tea is
a leading article of household use among
all classes yet it has never received
sufficient attention in this country.
Tea is no- a new discovery, you can get
Tea almost anywhere; the main ques
tion is where to get real high grade
Tea for the least money.
No efforts have been spared in secur
ing the very best grade of Teas at
prices to meet the requirements of the
An Exceedingly High Grade Tea
In Green and Black at an exceedingly
WE SIMPLY LEAD !
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We are at this writing, and have been for some time attending
right to our Ps and Q'% in order to be able to show our pat
rons a line of
Fall and Winter Suits
that's different-that is different in style, in make and in price,
from the Suits nearly every store has.
Our Spread is ready and you are invited in to see it. Every
style that fashion has smiled upon is here, and every suit-as it
comes to us goes to you, at a bargain.
THE SWELL DRESSER comes here for his swell suit.
THE CONSERVATIVE hAN comes here for his well made
good looking, conservative suit.
THE NAN WHO CONSIDERS PRICE comes here to get the
most for his money and N 0 N ' go away dissatisfied.
D. J. CHANDLER,
SUMTER, S. C.
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IFast Coming Store.*:
STWO WEEES GE1EATEST BAREGAINS! 9
- 'Never to be Forgotten!*
A Will be the kind of values. and prices which we have prepared
W for TWO WEEKS offerings, and just to show what this means
) we make mention of the many remarkable values to be found
Si here, and even if we mentioned more of them it would not fully
serve the purpose, as it is absolutely necessary that you should
Svisit "The Rigby Store " this season in order to appreciate the
b money-saving prices at which thoroughly reliable and stylish
Smerchandise is being sold. Come here and investigate the mat
Ster and you will find the saving more than you would think pos
SAstonishing Offers in Dress Goods.
S Here's some special values that have never before been of
fered in the history of the dry goods business and perhaps may
~never again be placed before the people, so come early and don't
Smiss this opportunity.
~25 pieces Novelty Dress Goods. :38-inch Fancies, and every ladye
P These 'goods are worth 15c that sees them says they are
~, per yard, but for this sale 10c well worth 40c the yard; they 9
~Brocaded' and 'Figured Dress are yours for...........30e
P Goods, double width, and a Right here we must call your
fine assortment of styles and special consideration ofour$9
S are worth 20c; for next two Fine Dress Goods, consisting
S weeks.................12c of all the new Weaves and
S36-inchGranite and 40-inch Fig- Fa brics that we are offering 9
S ured Dress Goods, in a line of at a Big Discount off during
SFine Colorings; special...24c this our Two Weeks Sale.
9 SILES.-New ancl Beau.tifuil.
S We have on display the finest and most beautiful stock of
SBlack and Colored Silks and Satins, Black Silks for Skirts, _
SBlack Silks for Waists, Colored Silks, Colored Satins, etc., ever
o laced before the trade. Each and every piece is new and crisp. $
SSpecially cheap are our Satins, DeAustria for lining the Tailored
S Suits, just..... . . . . .. . --- -- - . ----- . . . .. . . . 5
S SPECIAL TWO WEEKS BARGAINS. - Each and every
Spiece of these goods is this season's newv styles.
New Standard Print Cloths. ILead Pencils..............c
NwPrcales. Good yard-wide |orl12 for................10c
S Bleach, soft finish, at..c Ladies' White Hemn Stitched
P Good Outing, regular Sc goods, iHanidlierchiefs, good value.
a for .....................4 | for ...... ...............5c
SBed Ticking at.. ..........c.or 6 for........ ........25e
P SMALL WEAR.-Bargains- Misses' Black Ribbed Hose, full
SGood~long Slate Pencils,5 for le | fashioned, for... .....c
SGOO:D SHOES.-Your Oppotunity Is Now.
S We have placed on our counters now. and until they are all sold, many rare bar -_
Sgains in odd sizes of Shoes for Men and Women. and it your size is among the lot it
In a ditio~n to thee j obs wecrry th mot syish and comfortable line of Shoe~s
a for Men, Women and Children in this town. They comprise the always reliable
P HAMILTON-BROW N manufacture.
SPECIAL FOR THE TWO WEEKS.-Children's School Shoes, Men's Fine
Shoes and Ladies' Dress Shoes. Ask about our Western-Made Ladles' Shoes for
To be wlrese ou should. if you are a man, wear our -American Gentle
If yore a womian wear our - American Lady '' Shoe. You won't find them
anywhere else hut in our store.
b Clothing, Hats and Furnishings.
S The most wonderful line of Fine Clothin:g you will find in our store.
~ e place all or new Fal -Hat out aa marrk them at the closest possible cash
Sfigures to please you.
Collars and Cuffs..
S Have you ever given our Furnishings a look over? Well, if you have not you__
Shave been payin:g lots more money for the same goods. or same money for poorer
Squality. Sox, Gloves. H-andlkerchiefs. Ties. Collars. etc.. is one department we ail
ways give orspeceal care, ad we-r offerig .sonme wonderful Bargans
Do You Really Care
To Save Money
On four fall purchases! Well, if you do, just go to other houses
and get their prices, then come to The Jenkinson Dry Goods Store
and see what they will do for you.
They carry. the largest stock of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
of any house in this part of the State and they buy from the larg
est and best markets on this continent, and of course in buying in
large quantities they are able to name prices that many of our in
porters cannot name.
A visit to our store and an inspection of prices will convince
you of this fact.
Fiiie Dress Goods.
It goes without saying that The Jenkinson Dry Goods Store
carries the most up-to-date stock of Fine Dress Goods, Silks and
Trimmings of any house in this town and their prices are always
right. And what is better still, they have one of the best Balti
more Dressmakers here to make up your dresses in style. Her
work is pronounced beautiful by all who see it.
You just as well be out of the world as to be out of style. and
you just as well not buy a hat unless you are going to buy one in
The Jenkinson Dry Goods Store is a reliable house and could
not afford to offer anything but the latest styles in everything un
less they told you.
It would be an easy matter for us to buy off styles at half
price and sell them for the best and make much more money, but
when the people caught up with-and catch us they would-we
would lose their patronage, and lose their confiden.ce also.
No. our motto is to handle
Nothing. Butthe Best,
And we so instruct our head milliner to buy nothing but the latest
styles and the best goods-the best is always the cheapest in the
Gent's Clothing and Furnishings.
We desire to impress this fact upon those wlio intend to buy a
new Suit of Clothes this fall, that they will make a mistake if they
buy before seeing our line of Clothing, for we have a line of Cloth
ing that will suit any customer.
Also a full line of Children's Clothing from 75c per Suit up.
Our line of Gent's Furnishing Goods, Shirts, Collars and Cufs
and a full line of Gent's Cotton and Wool Underwear. A splendid
line of Gent's Hats and Caps.
Don't Neglect Our Shoes.
We have long since come to the conclusion that it don't pay to
ell anything, but the-best class of Shoes. A cheap, shoddy shoe
has no place on our shelves. Those who have bought our Shoes
know how they wear.
A full line of Gent's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes always on
Cloaks and Wraps.
A full line of Jacketh, Capes and Wraps, from 50c to $1.
Something to suit any class of trade.
We have a line of Silk Lined Jackets for $3.50 that will cost
you $5 to $7 anywhere else. Call and see them and be convinced
W. E. JENKINSONZ.
You are able to get something now that you.
have heretofore been missing. -
Come and see our
0 of the latest and prettiest styles of HAND-MADE
~'LADIES' AND MISSES' HATS, which will occur
OCTOBER 2 AND 3. -
-I saw that this town needed a good Xilliner, so
- I secured an up-to-date Milliner of New York who.
wwill try her best to satisfy all our customers.
G D. 'IIRSCHANN!I
Feathers Curled and Fixed for Every One of Our 'o
o Customers FREE OF ChARGE !
Money. Also a Large Line of Clothing, Shdes,
LI We are now opening up
a Wholesale and Retail
Store at Summerton.
+ . People, come to see me,
you know I will sell you
Goods Cheaper than any
one else on earth.
H. T. AV ANT, M.....r.