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MANNING. S. C., JAN. 8, 1902.
Spring buds are beginning t
bloom at The Jenkinson Dry Good
Store. While we are rushing off al
winter goods we are having advance<
arrivals of spring goods.
One case of the best yard-wide Se
Island Percales at 10c the yard: soi
everywhere at 12;c.
Two cases of Shirting Print Cal
cos for spring, at 4 and 5c the yard
One ca of Import Embroideriei
somethi: . *nheard of to the trad
A direct importation of Embroid
eries from Switzerland. This mean
Embroideries for our trade cheape
than ever before. Call and see thi
pretty lot of Embroidery, exquisit
styles and very cheap.
The greatest values in Pure Linei
Huck Towels ever shown in thi
tewn. One case of Pare Linen Hue
Towels, 20x40 inches, only 35c pe
pair; never sold in any market fo
less than 50c per pair, but we hav
100 dozen that we will sell to th
trade at 35c per pair.
Call and see the great values w
are offering in Winter Goods.
W. E. JENKINSON.
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for
change of ad. MUST be ii
this office by Saturday Noon in order t
insure publication the following week
Manning Street Car Schedule.
Leave Central Hotel corner 9:00 a. m. and 6::
p. m. for the passenger trains, and the car wi
also meet the freight trains. Arrangement
have been made with the agent at depot to telt
phone when freight trains are approachim
Fare. 10 cents each way.
Mrs. W. P. Hawkins has been ver
ill the past week.
Mr. D. R. Reaves has returned froi
a visit to Autryville, Ga.
Mrs. S. R. Venning, who has bee
)tsprately ill is improving.
Mr. Champy Strange of Lyons, G:
is visiting relatives in the county.
%Mrs. Louis Levi left last Monda
morning for a trip through Florida.
New Year Cards - Prang's an
Tuck's. The R. B. Loryea Drug Stor
Master Itly Wilson, a son of Hon.
S. Wilson after a very serious illness i
Candies for the children. Ever;
thing to please them. The R. B. Loi
yea Drug Store.
L. C. Strauss, Esq., of the Sumter Ba
was in Manning last Monday attendim
the sheriff's sales.
The Wizard of the North, Walte
Scott's Novels, 12 Volumes. The R.]I
Loryea Drug Store.
Lewis Broom, colored, was arreste
last Thursday on the passenger tra:
at Foreston for assaulting the porte1
A Happy New Year. Read advei
tisement in another column. The I
B. Loryea Drug Store.
.....Mr. D. M. Bradham is moving ha
saw mill from Paxville ~to a more de
sirable-place on the Central Rail Roa
near Bear Creek.
We have just opened a barrel of Turr
blers at. ridiculously low prices. Th
R. . Loryea Drug Store.
Mr. D. M. Smoot who at one tim
hjved at Foreston, and later in the For
has secured a position as clerk in th
Bank of Darlington.
Colgate's Soaps and Extracts. The,
have a reputation equal to ours. Th
R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Rev. G. T. Gresham will preach fo
the Salem Baptist church this yeat
His first appointment will be on thb
second Sunday at 11 a. mn.
The largest display of Lamps, al
prices, ever displayed in M~anning. Th
R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
We want our correspondents to favc
us with frequent communications, es
pecially during our absence from hon
attending the legislature.
Use the best-Hawkins' Never Fai
Baking Powder. Prepared only by Th
R. B3. Loryea Drug Store.
-Messrs J. G. Slaughter, F. F. Coffe
and J. L. McLeod left last Monda
- night to eat sandwiches on the Mid wa
at the Charleston exposition.
Everything you could possibly thin
of in Glassware and Chinaware for th
table. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Mrs. L. M. Bartield has moved he
drsmkn establishment from abov
the McLeod, Wilkins, King Co.t
next door to the Express Oftice.
"To hold as t'were the mirror up t
nature,'' Charles Dickens' Novels,
Volumes. The R. B. Loryea Dru
Mr'. S. B. Cole has- moved into th
Burgess building known as The Ma:
mlng Hotel, where he will entertai
permanent and transient boarders.
Toilet Sets, Water Sets, a beautift
assortment. We can please the mos
fastidious. The R. B. Loryea Dru
SMr. S. WV. Barron who has bee
elping the county treasurer. has give
up that position to accept a positic
with Mr. R. A. Chandler at Mayesvillt
The pioneer of Southern literatur<
William Gilmore Simmns: his complet
works in 17 Volumes. The R. B. Loi
yea Drug Store.
XDied last Sunday at her home in Sil
ver, after and extended illness. Mrs
Bettie Owen. wife of Rev. T. B. Owe:
The funeral took place Monday at A:
A magnificent assortment of Phot<
graph Albums, all prices. A beautift
New Year remembrance. The R. T
Loi-yea Drug Store.
Moses Melvin, colored, from Mannin
was accidentally killed at the Atlanti
Coast Lumber Company mill in Georg<
town last Friday. His body was brougi:
home on Saturday.
Our Cologne, prepared in our labort
tory, is conceded by connoiseurs to b
tbe most perfect Cologne on the mal
-ket. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
It would be a good idea if a pure
could be raised to charter a tramit
carry the school children down to th
Charleston exposition. A more prof
table day could not be spent by them.
For many years it has been concede
that our Essences of Lemon, Vanilh:
Ginger, Peppermint, Cinnamon, Pint
apple, Banana, Strawberry and Almon
are full strength and of the best qua
ity. Not how much but how good. Th
T2 13. Lorya Dru Stor.
extend to Mr. and Mrs. Thon
Nimmer our appreciation for a box of
cake, made and sent here from Syria,
their native home. The cake had a
peculiarly delicious flavor - rather a
Our line of Iox Paper, Writing Tab
lets, Visiting Cards. Paper and Envel
opes, Pens. Pencils at any price has
never been excelled. The R. B. Lor
yea Drug Store.
The holder of ticket number 17 is the
winner of Rigbv's beautiful prize doll.
s Mr. Rigby gave us this number to pub
I lish last week, but we forgot it. The
I lucky one can get the doll by presenting
coupon 17 at Rigby's.
t One pound excellent Writing Paper
I for 10 cents: 60 Sheets Paper and 60
Envelopes for 20 cents-the greatest
values ever offered. The R. B. Loryea
Some one borrowed a volume of the
' Encyclopedia Britanica from THE
e TIMES office, which we would like to
locate, as it breaks the set, and cannot
- be replaced. The party having it will
s please make the same known.
r Sweets to the Sweet." Tenney's I
s Bon Bons and Confections in pound and I
e half pound artistic boxes. Tenney's i
Peanut Brittle. Williams' Walnut
Candy. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
White Corn S1.00 per bushel. Mixed
Oats 70c. Red Rust Proof Seed Oats
85c. Wneat Bran 1001b. sacks, S1.50.
r Ground Feed 1001b. sazks $1.75. We
r have large quantities of Grain Bran
e and Mixed Feed and can fill all orders
promptly. Legg, Hutchinson & Co.
To arrive shortly, Seed Potatoes
e Early Rose. Bliss' Triumph, Red. Our
friends who purchased them from us
last season need not be told where to
secure them now. The R. B. Loryea J
The historic liberty bell, has been
I ken from Independence hall, and t
ted Southward last Monday morn
0 ing, it will arrive in Charleston to
morrow, escorted by the Mayor of the
city of Philadelphia, several members
of the city council and a guard of po-i
lice. The coming of the bell is one of
the great features of the exposition.
Has a county reputation: Dr. Cur- t
tin's Headache Powders, safe, sure,
9 quick. Gives almost instant relief in
the most severe sick, nervous and bil
ious headaches. Prepared only by The 1
" R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Y We call special attention to the letter
from Senator Tillman in this issue, and C
would ask our readers to read it <
a through, note what he says and then t
compare our reply with it. If you can
n find a copy of THE MANNING TmES of
December 11th, read the editorial i
which Senator Tillman refers to, and
L. then you will be in an intelligent po- I
sition to judge whether we have in any I
way mislead our readers.
Even during the gladsome season
never forget that at the Sign of the Gol- x
d den Mortar you will find a Modern DrugI
. Store, complete in all its appointments, 3
. containing the most complete stock
- north of Charleston. The R. B. Lor
s yea Drug Store.
Our attention has been called to an
Act of the General Assembly relating
Sto mortgages on crops and other per
sonal property, which requires the en
tire mortgage clause to be written or
type-written, and not printed. We
give this information in order to save
people trouble. To make your printed
r liens valid, run your pen through' the
Lmortgage clause, and then write out
the property the mortgage is intended
nWhat is Kafeka? A boon tothe sick
and convalescent; a nourishing and
health giving bread in liquid form: it
-makes a pleasant, healthful beverage;
. strengthens without stimulating, satis
fies without shattering the nerves;
highlv recommended for children as
Is well.' The R B. Loryea Drug Store.
dOn Mr. A. S. Briggs' plantation in,
the Summerton section of the 26th
inst. Jessie McBride, colored, acci
- dentally shot and killed himself; about
ethe same time the accident occurred
his grandmother Kate McBride who
eclaimed to be 115 years of age, died.
SThis old soul was very aged and the
eoldest inhabitant cannot recollect when
she was young. Her ago may not be
as old as she claimed, but it is believed
ythat she was over a hundred.
eJanuary salesday came off last Mon
day and our sheriff had two foreclosureC
sales and one for partition. 'He sold a 4
.tract of land containing one hundred
i acres Salinas and others agrainst Isaac I
Rhame and others for S755, to John W. 1
Rhame, a tract for partition JaneW. To-<
I bias and others Mary Tobias and others <
e containing two hundred and thirty six 1
acres for $226 to J. W. Holladay, and 1
another tract H. P. Spear and A. H.
r Silcox as administrators against W. G.'
-' Frierson, containing nine hundred acres:
for $3000, to Lee & Moise attorneys. 1
Sj Babies and children needj
g proper food, rarely ever medi
ine. lf they do not thrivet
- on their food something is
wrong. They need alittlel|
i~help to get their digestivej
#machinery working properly.
SCOD LIVER OUL
-will generally correct this
i. If you will put from one
fourth to half a teaspoonidi
n baby's bottle three or fou
ime a day you will soon seel
g imarked improvement. ForI
~ arger children, from half to
~tKa teaspoonful, according to
Sage, dissolved in their milkI
~ you so desire, will very1
- soon~w show its great nourish
e g' power. If the mother's
o k does not nourish the
bay she needs the emul
d n, It will show an effect
Sonce both upon mother
d ''nd child.
~~ 50Cs.c$o, all druggists.
Manning is now well supplied with
aotels we have the "Central," recently
nlarged and refurnished. with an ex
.erienced management, the "Manning"
inder a management which will give
zood service, and the "Clarendon." All
hree of these hotels are well situated,
ecause. close to the business portion o
lie town. A town with three hotels in
t means that the traveling public need
1ot fear a lack of accommodations. and
herefore can come to Manning with
ull expectation of being well enter
- The world of books, the world o
)ooks is still the world." The lar
rest assortment of Novels, Poets,
Iistory. Juveniles, Boys' and Girls
3ooks in cloth and paper editions--all
)rices: 500 titles. We can please any
aste from "grave and gay. from lively
o severe." The R. B. Loryea Drug
In a few days the train from Char
eston will reach here about one hour
arlier in the mornings, whether thi
nove is preparatory to the putting on
f a double daily passenger service we
to not know, if it is not, we cannot see
hit help it will be to us. To be forced
.o spend two nights in Charleston tc
iave otre business day. is bad enouzh.
)ut it is -vorse to require people whc
vant to g down. to reach the city late
Lt night, and when leaving to get up at
Ln unreasona)le hour in the morning,
ithout giviig other accommodations
o make up f,>r such a harassing sched
ile. We do not see what the railroad
tuthorities mean, are they courting
he people to make complaints to the
WANTED-SEVERAL PERSONSOF CHAR
eter Lnd good reputation in each state (one in
his county required) to represent, and adver
ise old established wealthy business house of
olid firancial standing. salary $18.00 weekly
ith expenses additional. all payable in cash
ach Wednesday direct from bead offlces.
lorse r.nd carriage furnished. whea necessary.
ieierences. Enclose self-addressed stamped
nvelope. Manager. 316 Caxton Building. Chi
The attention of our readers is called
o the advertisement of the Hotel Sum
er Steam Laundry. The management
as secured the service of an expert
team laundry man from New York
.nd has gone to the expense of putting
n the most modern machinery , they
iave established an agency here, with
nstructions to guarantee all work en
rusted to them, and from the work
vhich we have seen from this estab
ishment we do not hesijate to recom
nend it. Our readeni will remember
he Hotel Sumter Steam laundry of
vhich Mr. Thomas Nimmer is the
Lgent here is not the old Sumter laun
Irv which was complained of on ac
:ont of its inferior work: this con
:ern is entirely modern, and satisfac
ory work will be delivered or no pay.
"Some time ago my daughter cax ght a severe
old. She complained of pain in her chest and
ad a bad cough. I gave her Chamberlain's
ough Remedy according to directions and in
wo days she was well and able to go to school.
have used this remedy in my famly for the
ast seven years and have never known it to
all," says James Prendergast, merchant. An
ato Bay. Jamaica, West India Idlands. The
>ains in the chest Indicated an approacoing at
ack of pneumonia. which in this instance was
Lndoubtedly warded off by Chamberlain's Cough
temedy. It counteracts any tendeacy of a cold
oward pneumonia. Sold by The R. B. Loryea
)rug Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
We appeal to our friends throughout
,he county to aid us in getting out THE
rImEs with interesting !matter during
>ur attendance upon the legislature.
We leave next week for Columbia, und
ur work there will occuy our whole
nind, and we ask our friends to send in
natter from the various sectons. Dur
.ng our absence we will endeavor to
~urnish a weekly letter from the State
lapitol in order to keep our readers in
ormed as to the acts and doing of
3arendon's Representatives, also such
natters as in our judgment will be of
nterest to the people. These letters
will be written in all fairness, giving
o each representative the credit he
leserves, with no attempt-or intent to
oom or detract, but simply to keep the
eople posted as to the facts.
A Raging, Roaring Flood
Washed down a telegraph line which Chas. C.
lls of Lisbon. Ia., had to repair. "Standing
vaist deep In Icy water." he writes, "gave me a
errible cold and cough. It grew worse daily.
'nally the best doctors In Oakland. Neb.,
loux City and Omaha said I had Consumption
md could not live. Then I .began using Dr.
sng's New Discovery and was wholly cured by
ix bottles." Positively guaranteed for Coughs,
olds and all Throat and Lung troubles by The
L B. Loryea Drug Store. Price 50c. 5
Very few changes have been made in
he business houses of this place and
iearly all the clerks remain with their
There was an impression out that lo
sal subscribers would have to pay an
sxtra charge to talk to Sumter, this
c'as a mistake as no such requirement
las been made, nor would it be sub
nitted to by the patrons, The Sumter
~oncern did adopt such a rule, but this
oncern is not governed by it,. As we
mderstand it, the reason for making
his extra charge, is to prevent persons
rom monopolizing the time with con
ersations to the annoyance of those
w'ho want to attend to business; there
s no doubt that a lot of time is wasted
m people who really are only enjoying
~hemselves, and this could be reme
lied by limiting the talks to, say, five
A Poor Millionaire
Lately starved in London because he could
it digest his food. Early use of Dr. Kings
iew Life Pills would have saved him. They
~trengthen the stomach, aid digestion, promote
ssimilation, improve appetite. Price 25c.
koney back if not satisfied. Sold by The R. B.
orya Drug Store.
Merchants and other business men,
0 you appreciate the importance ol
:he tobacco trade to this town? ,If you
lo, let us commence early to devise
eans to induce tobacco growers to
bring their product here. Manning
:an be made a fine market, if her busi
nes men will only lend encouragement.
rhere can be devised a plan which~
will cost very little and at the same
ime, it will draw ninety per cent. of
he tobacco g'rowers in the county, and
I great deal from adjoining counties.
[t is a matter for our business people
o consider, and the sooner the better.
We refer to having a tobacco ware
ouse where farmers can bring their
product and sell it without any charges
whatever. It will be the best paying
project that has ever been started here,
and the results will he so satisfactory
that the scheme will '>e continued.
etus have a free warehouse where the
farmer can get full value for his labor
without having to pay a lot of charges.
A free tobacco warehouse will bring
thousands of dollars worth of trade
here that would go elsewhere There
hould be an early meeting of the
business nren to consider this, or some
ther project to bring to Manning the
trade that naturally should come here.
Seven Years in Bed.
-Wll wonders ever cease?" inquire the
~riends of Mrs. L. Pease of Lawrence. Kan.
rhey knew she had been unable to leave her
ed in seven years on account of kidney and
iver trouble. nervous prostration and genera!
lebilit:" Three bottles of Elec tric Bitters en
bled me to walk." she writes."and in three
onths I felt like a new person." Women suf
Eering from Headache. Backache. Nervousness,
sleeplessness. Melancholy, Fainting and Dizz3
Spells will find it a priceless blessing. Try it.
'atisfaction guaranteed. R. B. Loryea Drng
Store. Only 50c.
The county board of commissioners
held their annual meeting last Satur
:lay, with the Representatives in the
general assembly all present. On ac
ount of many claims outstanding that
were being handed in and others not as
yet presented, the board could not give
Ehe delegation a complete statement of
the receipts and disbursements for the
year 1901. There were several matters
liscussed by the delegation with the
:ommissioners, among which. was the
matter of fraudulent school chart
:laims, the increasing demand on the
poor fund, the sheriff's acting as con
-thl for the magsrate at \Manning.
the issuing of warrants in the bali
wicks of other magistrates, and other
matters which will require the atten
tion of the legislature. The meeting
was harmonious and all were disposed
to take care of the county's interests
i without increasing the taxation. The
commissioners think that notwithstand
ing the several outlays that have been
made for new bridges, road machines,
mules, and other necessary matters,
the money collected will pay off all of
the indebtedness, leaving the county
to begin the new year without debt.
The commissionCrs will prepare an ac
curate statement of the income and
expenditures and send same to the
delegation by the time the legislature
convenes. We are satisfied that there
will be no increase in the levy. Clar
endon now enjoy s the distinction of
having as low a county levy as any
county in the State, and we see no rea
son why it should not continue so.
A Good Recommendation.
"I have :2oticed that the sale on Chamber- 1
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets is almost in
variably to those who have once used them."
says Mr. J. H. Weber. a prominent druggist of
Cascade. Iowa. What better reommendation
could any medicine have than for people to call
for it when again in need of such a remedy? Try
them when you feel (ull after eating. when you t
have a bad taste in your mouth, feel bilious,
have no appetite or when troubled with consti
pation. and you are certain to be delighted with
the prompt relief waich they afford. For sale
by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Isa:e M. Lor
He Changed His Name to Berger.
Dr. A. Becker, Manning's electric
light magnate, who deserted his wife in
Sumter, and ran off with a young
woman from Foreston leaving a number
of creditors to mourn. haq turned up in
Greensboro. A gentleman in this
town, received a letter of inquiry re
garding Becker some days ago, and
nc %7 we find that with the Foreston t
woi:an he had. to sail out of that city '
under a cloud. A special to the Char
lotte Observer from Greensboro says:
"That as the result of an investigation
made by the Knights of Pythias of that
town, to whom he made application for
membership, Dr. Al. G. Berger, who is c
said to have several wives, one of whom
resides in Sumter, left that town under
a cloud today. Berger had good rec- i
ommendations from narties in Sumter, c
and later going to Greensboro became
a prominent church worker. He was
accompanied by a young woman who
passed as his wife. She is said to be
Stepped Into Live Coals.
-Wnen a child I burned my foot frightfullv." r
writes W. H. Ends cf Jonesville. Va., "which
caused horrible leg sores for thirty years, but 1
Bucklen's Arnica Salve wholly cured me after t
everything else failed." Infallible for Burns. r
Scalds, Cuts, SOres. Bruises and Piles. Sold by
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store, 25c. 5
Editor The Manning Times:
The holidays are now over, the New ,
Year has come in. and the farmers are o
beginning to take 'up the work that
goes toward making the crops which v
we hope will be better this year than
last. Although many of the farmers
will have to begin work in debt, still
there is hope that they will come out
all right next fall. Of course this calls
for alot of self sa::rifice on the part of
the farmers, but we believe they will
<;ive up cheerfully many little luxuries
that go toward making life happy.
Rev. Mr. Hodge. the new Methodist
pastor, filled his first appointment here
last Sunday. He created quite a good
impression, and no doubt the people
will like him better after knowing
more of him.
Misses Sophie Huggins and Louise
McKnight left last Thursday to spend -
some time with Miss Grace Chappel,
near Columbia, before returning to
their studies at Edgefield.
Misses Elma Geddings and Naggie
Corbett left last week to take charge of
their schools at New Zion and Fores
Mr. Frank Huggins has returned .to
Edgefield to take up his studies again.
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Brown, Jr. spent 4
last Friday in Manning.
We read "A Southern Problem" in
your last weeks issue, and indeed think (
it is fine. Earl certainly deserves cred
it for it and we wish him much success4
in his writings.
Janurry 6, 1902.4
Children Especially ILiable. 4
Burns, bruises and cuts are extreme-4
ly painful and if neglected often result
in blood poisoning. Children are espe
cially liable to such mishaps because 4
not so careful. As a remedy DeWitt's 4
Witch Hazel Salve is unequalled.
Draws out the fire, stops the pain, soon 4
heals the wound. Beware of counter- 4
feits. Sure cure for piles. " DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve cured my baby of 4
eczema after two physicians gave her
up," writes James Mock, N. Webster
Ind., " The sores were so bad she soiled 4
two to fire dresses a day." The i. B.4
Loryea Drug Store.* Isaac M. Loryea,
If you want the best and lar- 3 4
getvariety of Flavoring Ex- .
is1 the place to get them.
SIf you want Clark's Peerless a
SBakin~g Powder, W. E. BROWN 3
S& CO.'S is the place to get it. 4
S No other better, or
"even just as good." i
C If you have a cough. use
SCompound Syrup of White i
SPine with Tar. W. E. BROWN 3
S& CO.'S is the place to get it. *
SIf you want anything in the a
e line of Stationery, WV. E. 2
BROWN & CO.'S is the place 4
to get thebet
SIf you have headache, use
Magical Headache Powders.
W. E.BROWN& CO.'S is the
Splace to get them. Price, 5c.
SIf yout want your Prescrip- a
tion compounded with the ut- 4
most Skill and Accuracy. W. E.
BROWN & CO.'S is the place a
~tobhave it done.
SIf you want anything kept a
Sin a FIRST CLASS D[UG
I!W. . BROWNI
SIS THE PLACE TO GET IT.
BE SURE YOU GET TilE
Buggy arnd Implement 4
Goocd as Gold.
ALL KINDS OF PAINT AT
ERAME'S Drug Store,4
Meeting of Pension Board.
A meeting of the County Pension
3oard has been called for the third
iaturday in January at 11 o'clock at
he court house in Manning. All in
crested parties will take notice. We
vould be glad to have a large meeting
hat day of the survivors of the war.
.nd if found to be desired. we would
ike to organize a Historical Commit
ee, one historian at least from each
ownship in the county. The particu
ars will be made known on that. day.
Let us have a full meeting of the vet
rans on Saturday, the 18th day of Jan
ary, at 11 o'clock at the court house in
D. J. BRADHAM.
Chairman Pension Board.
Manning. S. C.. January 6. 1902. 2t
There are some Simple Remedies
adispensable in any family. Among
hese, the experience of years assures
s, should be recorded Painkiller. For
oth internal and external applications
ve have found it of great value: es
ecially can we recommend it for colds,
heumatism, or fresh wounds and bruis
s.-Christian Era. Avoid substitutes,
here is but one Painkiller. Perry
)avis.' Price 25c. and 50c.
k Happy New Year!
Ring out the old. ring in the new,
The year is going. let him go:
Ring out old shapes of foul disease.
Ring out the old. ring in the new."
1. B. LORYEA DRUG STORE
akes this occasion to offer their thanks to
heir friends and patrons for their kind patron
re and encouragement. With their co-opera
ion we have cause for self-gratulation at the
emarkably large Christmas business enjoyed,
ven barring the depressed condition of affairs.
As in the past we will endeavor to give the
ery best service to our patrons. We feel that
v persistent efforts in .e r-ht direction that
e have maintained the reputation enjoyed for
A Quarter of a Century
y our predecessors and it will be our constant
ffort to continuc to enjoy the confidence, of the
CHE R. B. LORYEA DRUG STORE
ll always carry a full and complete stock of
)RUGS, IMEDICINVES and CHEMICALS.
'HE R. B. LORYEA DRUG STORE
rIll use every effort to keep their PRESCRIP
'ION DEPARTMENT up to the standard
iaintained for so many years.
We are not given to boasting. but we assert
rith pardonable pride that we have the most
horoughly equipped MODERN DRUG STORE
orth of Charleston.
'HE R. B. LORYEA DRUG STORE
rill respond at any hour during Sundays, and
ight calls will be cheerfully and promptly re
'HE R. B. LORYEA DRUG STORE
il give immediate attention to the wants of
ut-of-town customers and mail orders will be
nt on day of receipt.
Again thanking our friends and patrons, we
'ish them all
A Happy and Prosperous New Year.
KE R. B. [ORIR IIRUG 81119,
ISAAC M, LORYEA, Proprietor,
- Sign of the
- Golden Mortar,
MANNING, S. C.
'PHONE NO. 2.
c a.S T O L.ZA..
Bears the I8Kind You H8ve Always Bought
SWe do not try to entice peop:
Sboasting about selling at cost and
~tising, but we are selling our goo<
We sell honest goods at a smn:
Sehlants in our line in this section<
We will sell you a better Suit
a better pair of Pants, a better p
Sson or daughter for less money tl
Ask your friend or neighbori
annote what t'hey have to say f
S Ask him it he has ever worn a
an erwhat they will tell you
M. DAVIS & Co.'s and see whb
prices before making your purchi
We are not in the Lien bus
Scollect. By doing a cash busine
Senables us to give our customers 1
All we ask is to give us a looli
the other part is left with YOU.
Syou in PRICE and QUALITY.
10 .M. PAl
3TATE OF SOUTH UAROLINI
County of Clarendon,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Aaroi Weinberg, Plaintiff,
sus Walker, James Henry Walkel
Rebecca Walker, Lilly Walke
Willis Walker and Frank Wa
Judgment for Foreclosure and Salo
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF.
Judgment Order of the Court of Con
Lnon Pleas, in the above stated ai
tion, to me directed, bearing date <
November 23, 1!01, I will sell at pul
lie auction, to the highest bidder f<
-ash, at Clarendon Court House,
Manning, in said county, within ti
legal hours for judicial sales, on Moi
lay, the 3rd day of February, 190:
being salesday, the following di
scribed real estate:
"All that tract of land situated i
larendon county, State aforebai<
ontaining eighty-five acres, more c
less, and bounded as follows: Norti
by lands of John Hodge; east, b
lands of Mrs. Henrietta Thames an
John S. Watt; south, by lands of I
C. Carrigan, formerly of R. R. Dix
gle, and west, by lands of Mrs. Eu
ma Hambleton and John F. Cutter.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
J. ELBERT DAVIS,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
Manning, S. C., January 7, 1902.
Unknown Land Sale.
BY VIRTUE OF EXECUTION D
ected to me by M. R. Cooper, Seer
ary of State, I will sell Monda:
February 3rd, 1902, at public outer:
,or cash, fifty acres of land in Sant(
Swamp, in Fulton Township, own<
hereof unknown. A. plat of sai
ands is now on file in my office.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
J. ELBERT DAVIS,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
Manning, S. C., January 7, 1902.
gotice Municipal Registraioi
J. A. Weinberg has been appointe
Supervisor of Municipal Registratio
for the Town of Manning, in aceor
ance with the Acts of the Gener.
Assembly of 1896. All male persox
of 21 years or older, desiring to voi
[a the coming Municipal election I
be held the second Monday in Apri
1902, will apply to the above Supe
visor for registration certificates.
By order W. E. BROWN,
E. J. BROWNE, Clerk.
THOMAS NIMMER, Agent.
All linens kept in reasonable repaii
FREE OF CHARGE.
I will call on my regular custome1
or their laundry.
Parties desiring laundry work dot
n first class style will do well to entrui
heir goods to me.
MANNING, S. C.
le to come to our store by idly
all other kinds of catch adver-4
L. MKI'E T.4
ller profit than any other mer-4
f the country.
of Clothes for yourself or boys,4
air of Shoes for yourself, wife,4
an you can get them anywhere4
f they have ever worn a pair of4
IS & CO.'S
abot he, ndthn o o .
ssw uti olsew ic
>ete godItcoe rcs
; hnyucmet on n
We resaisie weca peae4
The Jenkinson Dry Goods Store
desires to extend their thanks to
their many friends for the liberal
patronage given them the past
We are now taking stock and
_ are throwing out all Remnants of
every kind and next week we will
and a Out-Price Sale of all Winter
Goods. Come with the CASH, as
this Remant Cut-Price Sale will
be the bargain getting event of
' the season.
To make this sale interesting
L we will put on sale 5,000 yards-of
Sea :Island Homespun, 27 inches
wide, at 3c per yard, and we defy
you to buy the same goods else
'where for less than 4c per yard.
Another great lot of Remnant
Shoes will be put on the market
at SLEDGE-H AMMER PRICES.
Come with the Cash and you
will not go off disappointed.
A Happy and prosperous New
Year to all.
10010 The Manning Hardware Company
Plows, Plow Stocks, Steel Shapes, Hoes, Rakes, Shovels, Guano Horns,
Cotton Rope, Wire Fencing, Clevises, Repair Links, Curry Combs.
WE MAKE TOBACCO BARN FLUEs.
Strings, Back-Bbrga nSingle-Trees Bridles CollasClar d, Ha rine
SStones Flat Irons, Axes, Corn Shellers Cw Bells n, Oandavtei
Plows in stock; the Deering Harvester Company and the American Field
Sand Wire Fence Company.
For 1ill Su.Dp1ies
Valves, Lubricators, Gauge Glasses, Inectors, Inspirators, Black and
SGalvanized Pipe, Pumps, Steel Sinks, Compression Bibbs, Bath Tubs,
Steam Gauges, Bolts, Zut and Washers, Round and Flat Iron, Packing,
Carpenters' Tools, Lecks, Hinges, Nails, Window Fasteners, Valley
Tin, Eave Troughs, Guttering, etc. Paints, Oils, Varnishes. A splendid
yassortment of these: White Lead, Boiled and Raw Linseed Oil, S8rt Tar
pentine, Varnish, Japan Dryer, all colors; Cold Water Paint, ~Vieand
Colore; Lamp Black.
Everything in Tinware, Cirockery, Cooking Stoves, Heaters, Country
SHolloware, Siders, Ovens, Skillets. A nice assortment of Lamps and
Glassware, Wod and Metal Buckets, Stove Repairs, Sad Irons.
uBlggy an. WMagOcr. 3I.eairs.
}Axle Points, Bolts, Clips, Anti-Rattlers, Rims, Hubs, Spokes, Shafts,
Buggy Steps, Rubber Cloth.
SCuitlery an. Sportin3g GO~o
our Guaranteed ocket Knives. Shiot, Powder, Caps, Fuse Dnamite,
SCanvas Hunting Coats and Legginsg, Rubber Boots.
SManning Hardware Co.
} Coouerage 20anda230 pounds per bar
Finest Cooperage, Finest
~ 4IM~ ~ Quality that Money can
}Write us for prices. We cover the Southern States. -
G AROLINA PORTLAND CEENT COe
- sole Selling Agents,
CHARLESTON, . . S. C.
S. R. VENNING, Jeweer.
-o. Dealer in -.-e
Watches. Clocks, Jewelry and All-Kinds of
ENTS and alway ar a lare and handsoe le ofA RS
Silverware, Hand-Painted China, Glassware
arnd rvmeraus other articles suitable for gif ts of all kind.
COME AND SEE THEM.
All Watch, Clock nd Jewel Reparing Done