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Publishes All County and Town Of
MANNING. S. C., APRIL 30, 1902.
The warm days we have had have no
doubt reminded many that they must
shed their winter apparel and put on
something lighter 'and cooler. All
who need nice, light Summer Cloth
ing can find just what they need at our
store, as we have opened up this week
a very extensive line of Gent's Sum
mer Clothing, Light Sacks and Vests
of every description. The greatest line
of Negligee Shirts to be found in this
Our stock of Collars and Cuffs have
no equal in this town. Once you wear
the famous C Brand Collars and Cuffs
you will have no others.
Our line of Gent's Summer Gauze
Underwear is very complete. Every
thing you need in this line at the right
Gent's, it will pay you to see our line
of fine Negligee Shirts at one dollar
each-warranted not to fade. Also a
nice line of Negligee Shirts at 50 and
W. E. JENKINSON.
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MUST be in
this office by Saturday Noon in order to
insure publication the following week.
Manning Street Car Schedule.
Leave Central Hotel corner 9:00 a. m. and 6: 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 war.
S. I. Till's, next door to Rigby's.
Mr. Connor Wells of Jordan is quita
ill at his home.
Another lot of 5c Percales at Till's.
Read Jenkinson's ad. this week, it
will startle you.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Rigbv left last
Monday night for the exposition.
Nice Figured Lawns at Jenkinson's
at 2ic per yard.
Ready-made Sheets cheap at S. I.
A pretty lot of Buggy Lap Dusters,
25c to 1.50. Legg,. Hutchinson & Co.
Gertrude Webber left yesterday
morning for Charleston to visit the ex
One dollar's worth of goods for 75c,
at S. I. Till's.
Jenkinson is forever at it. The cash
is what he wants.
Messrs. Harry White and Ashley
Avant of Summerton -spent last Sunday
A Ladies' nice Hat can be had very
cheap now at Jenkinson's.
When vou drink Tea why not use
the best? We have it. The R. B. Lor
yea Drug Store.
There was a wreck on the Alderman
railroad, yesterday caused by a log fal
ling on the track.
If large stocks and very low prices is
any inducement. Jenkinson's is the
Died last Friday at his home near
Liberty church. Jeremiah C. Flood:
aged about 60 years.
Jenkinson has scooped up some won
derful bargains in Millinery. Nice
Hats at half price.
All varieties of Woods' Seed Irish
Potatoes and Landreth's Garden Seeds
at The Manning Grocery Co.
Railroad Commissioner J. C. Wilborn
went over the Alderman railroad last
Friday to inspect and receive it.
Don't talk politics so much, but talk
about how cheaply S. I. Till is selling
goods: it is more in that for you.
Eliminate flies from your homes by
using Tanglefoot and Poison Fly Paper.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Clerk of -Court Timmons and Mr. A.
T. Buddin of Salem and a large num
ber of others left yesterday morning
for the exposition.
The Great National Game Base Ball.
Read advertisement in another column.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Wanted-Scrap Iron of every descrip
tion and Second Hand Machinery.
Write for particulars to J. B. Gar
funkel, Columbia, S. C. [39-2t
The closing exercises of the Panola
school will be held next Friday even
ing at 8:30 o'clock. The editor extends
thanks for an invitation to -be present.
At Jenkinson's will be found the lar
gest and cheapest line of Ladies' and
Misses' Oxford Ties ever shown in
Paris Green, Chemicall-pure, from
one pould to 1,000 lbs. Tobacco Ther
mometers,320 degrees Fahrenheit. The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
There are people who should blush
to use the word "unfair," but we shall
continue on the even tenor of our way
without regard to what has or may be
Jenkinson's great line of Negligee
Shirts, Collars and Cuffs and Summer
Clothing is something every gentleman
Don't talk "Tillman" so much, but
talk about Till's big bargains: it is
more in that for you. S. I. Tili, next
door to Rigby's.
Corporal Charles F. Pickering of the
3rd, U. S. Infantry recently returned
from the Philippines is now in the Un
ited States and encamped at the Pre
ido. San Francisco.
Before packing away your winter
garmients, protect them by using Cam
phor Tar Balls. The R. B. Loryea
When you see your friend with some
thing youi like that he got from S. I.
Till don't say you did not know he kept
those goods, but come to him for any
thing. Next door to Rigby's.
The dispensary profits for the quai'
ter ending March 31st has been been
turned over to the treasurer amount
lug to 81,->40.12. This amount is to be
divided between county and town.
Jenkinson wants everybody to know
that he is conducting one of the great
est Wash Goods sales ever known to
the people of this coutnty. Come with
We are agents for The Buffalo School
of Engraving, and will take orders for
Visiting Cards in every design with
Aluminum and Ebonized Cases with
your name engraved. Please call and
inspect specimens. The R. B. Loryea
How easv ii is for some to say 'Bets%
and I killed the ba'ar," when it is
known, the egine of destruction was a
13 inc*h gur from Washington and
--Betsv and V" didn't have strength
enough to pull the lanyard.
All the ne .s from around the globe
for 2 cents a copy-the New York Jour
nal and American. The It. B. Loryea
The game of base ball which was
played here last Friday, between Man
nin'g and Sumter, resulted in a victory
for Sumter, score 5 to 3. The game
was close and exciting. Batteries
were: Lanham and Richbourg for Man
ning, Cuttino and 'Miller for Sumter.
Avoid the attacks of the insidious
bed bug by using Dead Stuck and
Lightning Bed Bug Poison--a quick
and sure btd bug killer. The I. B.
Loryea Drug Store.
We are prepared to deliver Corn and
Oats at any depot in Clarendon county.
Those havinz to buy will do well to
see us. as%% e can -tigger" close. The
Manning Grocery Co.
The account of last Friday's meeting
will be found published elsewhere in
this issue, the same was written by one
of the correspondents of the Columbia
State, a paper not friendly to us. and it
will also be noticed that it does not give
us full justice. However, we prefer
giving to the public the account of
the meeting as written by others.
The intelligent farmer will use Ni
trate of Soda and Hammond's Slug
Shot for potato bugs and all other in
sects. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Jenkinson's Cash Wash Goods Sale
for the month of May contains some
startling and sensational revelations.
Who ever heard of nice Figured Lawns
selling at 24c the yard?
Among the visitors here on last Fri
day was Col. James H. Tillman. candi
date for Governor, Thomas Austin of
Greenville, candidate for Secretary of
State. J. C. Wilborn of York and W.
Boyd Evans of Columbia, candidates
for Railroad Commissioner, Geo. S.
Legare and T. W. Bacot of Charleston
candidates for Congress, this district.
Tooth Brushes. Import order Loonans
Paris, bearing our imprint, which is a
ouarantee of their quality; assorted
tyles. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
A young man by the name of Platt
Johnson, about 24 years of age, in the
Shiloh section of Salem. committed
suicide last Saturday by shooting him
self with a shotgun. No one suspected
anything wrong with the young man,
and he went into his room, locked the
door, pulled off his left shoe and delib
erately with his toe pulled the trigger.
A word to the wise, use the best.
Mott's Pure Apple and White wine
Vinegar is the best, it has no peer for
pickling and table use. The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store.
There was a rumpus at Clemson Col
lege yesterday, through which 69 out
74 Sophomores went home without
leave, two were discharged and it is
said that the others will leave. The
cause seems to be from the faculty en
forcing a rule which the students re
ard objectionable. This is unfortu
nate and it may damage the institution
temporarily, but the trustees are men
equal to the emergency and we hope
they will adjust matters satisfactory.
A Health-Giving Water. Harris'
Lithia Water is excellent as a table
water: for indigestion it has no equal:
as a prescription it is a perfect natural
medicine for all diseases of the kidney,
liver, bladder and uric acid poisoning,
Bright's disease, diabetes and all dis
orders of digestion. Endorsed by the
medical faculty and used with the
reatest beneficial results in thousands
f homes. The R. B. Loryea Drug
Died on last Monday morning Amzi
Tindal. colored, aged about 78 years.
The deceased by judicious management
and attention to his affairs, and by hon
est dealings accumulated considerable
property. His word was his bond and
he enjoyed the confidence of those who
knew him. 'Amzi Tindal's walk in life
should be an example for the colored
people as a whole. He showed that a man
of integrity, good behav ior and atten
tion to his own affairs can have the es
teem and confidence cf those with
whom he comes in contact, and at the
same time by thrift and energy lay up
an income for old age. The dens of
vice, and prison houses never close
their doors upon characters such as the
deceased was possess~'d of, and such
men can always find a helping friendly
hand to greet and succor them when
trouble or afiliction comes. Amzi Tin
dal was an honest man, polite, truthful
and a good substantial citizen.a shining
example for his race.
The writer greatly appreciates the
mark of esteem manifested by an un
known lady who sent us the beautiful
bouquet of roses and ferns on last Fri
day and only regrets that diffidence
prevented the handsome testimonial of
regard from being sent to us on the
stand. It would .afford us great pleas
ure to make a personal acknowledg
ment to the donor if she will make her
self known to us. We also desire in
this connection to express our deepest
gratitude to the many friends who after
the speaking,came forward and assured
us of their regard and their satisfac
tion with our faithful carrying out of
every promise made in our paper with
regard to the controversy, and we espe
cially feel grateful for the cheering
words of a certain minister and his ex
pressions of confidence; and last but
not least, to two brethren of the craft
whose forms are bent with age and
whose steps are faltering: we ask God's
blessing upon them for their encour
aging expressions and for their sincere
clasp of the hand. One of them came
to us with tears streaming down his
honest old face and said: " Major. you
have performed your duty nobly, and
the people will realize it when the ex
citement cools: this is the politician's
day, but justice and reason will have a
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
body hungry all over. Thought
a thin body was naturally hun
~ry didn't you ? WVell it isn't.
A thin body is asleep-not
v okn-goe on a strike.
It doesn't try to use it's food.
Scott's Emulsion wakes it
uy--iuts it to work again
naignew flesh, That's the
vm vy to get fat.
endi for frce sample.
day later. I am your friend and dif
fered from you when this matter
started, and told you so. Today I am
convinced that you did right in bring
ing this matter out. The people were
entitled to know, and you deserve the
credit for being able to force from
Tiliman an explanation of that rebate
matter, which no other man has been
able to do before, and if his explana
tion is the truth it was the strangest
business transaction I ever heard of
before. I am not satisfied with it."
Of All Hot Weather Enemies
of humanity cholera is the worst.
Treatment to be effective must be
prompt. When vomiting, purging and
sweat announce -:hat the disease is
present, combat it with Perry Davis'
Painkiller. All bowel troubles, like
diarrhwa, cholera morbus and dysen
tery are overcome by Painkiller. It is
equally health-promoting in all cli
Last Saturday the Democratic clubs
throughout the county elected dele
gates to the convention which convenes
in Manning next Monday. The dele
gates so far reported are as follows:
Clarendon-W. C. Chandler, I. I.
Bagnal, S. R. Cole, J. D. Gerald and
W. G. King.
Manning--Dr. W. E. Brown, W. S.
Harvin, E. C. Horton, P. B. Mouzon,
0. W. McRoy, A. Levi; W. E. Brown,
Farmers' Platform-E. B. Gamble, J.
A. Lowder, W. J. Rawlinson, Sr., J.
M. Windham, D. M. Bradham, M. C.
Galluchat, J. C. Barrett, J. S. Ridge
wav, W. C. Davis, W. P. Gardner, J.
C. Johnson and D. J. Bradham. At this
club the opposition to Mr. Louis Ap
pelt, the combination, made it an issue
to defeat him which they succeeded in
doing after the hardest fight they ever
had in their lives, and only then by
voting men who had never before voted
in this club. Some of them are en
rolled on the Davis club and have al
ways voted there: others on the Pax
ville and never voted elsewhere. The
Farmers' Platform never at a club
meeting voted as many as 100 votes,
but on this occasion the tickets in the
hat showed 178. No poll list was kept
and if there was a disposition to do so
there was nothing to prevent a voter
from throwing into the hat a handful
of tickets. We hope that no such an
oversight will occur again.
There were two tickets. What was
known as the "Appelt ticket" re
ceived 70, while the opposition re
ceived 108. M:-. Appelt received 68
votes, which, under the circumstances,
was a surprise to his opponents. When
the result was announced Mr. Appelt
moved its confirmation for the sake of
harmony, and afterwards in a few re
marks acknowledged that he had been
beaten, but not dismayed and would
still hold his membership in that club
and render his best service for the
Taere is a good deal of dissatisfaction
at the methods employed, but it was
the request of Mr. Appelt that his
friends not make any fuss over the in
cident, that matters will adjust them
selves later, and he wants it understood
tha- if any of his friends speak in words
of protest as the methods resorted to on
last Saturday; it is against his wishes
and without his consent.
In the opening of the meeting all of
the old officers were re-elected by ac
lamation, and at the close on motion of
Mr. F. C. Thomas and seconded by Mr.
E. L Wilkins, Capt. D. J. Bradham
was, without opposition, male county
The following resolution endorsing
Hoa. M. C. Galluchat for Congress was
WHEREAs. The Mannig Farmers' Piatform
Democratic club, recognizing In the Hon. M. C.
Galluclat of Clarendon county a sterling Dem
ocrat, one who from youth and during the trou
bous times of '7 and '78. like the distinguished
Tillman and the lamented Earle, Benbow, Brad
ham. Davis and Lesesne, risked life and liberty
for Democracy. and who Is still loyal to the
Resolved. That we cheerfully endorse the
candidacy of our distinguished Representative
in the State Legislature for a seat in the halls
of Congress and recommend hinm to the voters
of the First Congressional District of South
Fulton-Dr. P. M. Salley, H. B.
Richardson, Jr., and L. A. Graham;
N. L. Broughton, executive committee
Pinewood-P. R. Broughton, E. P.
Geddings, Ben P. Broadway, and the
latter is also committeeman.
New Zion-T. M. Beard, H. L. John
son. R. S. Fleming, A. T. Buddin, Dr.
L. M. Woods; W. D. Gamble, executive
Davis-J. W. Clark, G. R. Jones, C.
M. Davis, who is also committeeman.
Summrton-L. T. Fischer, Carlisle
Ragin, Ashby Richbourg, J. R. Dingle,
. C. Scarborough; Mr. Dingle, com
Jordan-J. J. Mitchum, J. H. Bur
gess, T. G. June; J. E. Davis, commit
White Club-W. C. White, Peter
Ridgeway, Sr., S. F. Parker; C. J.
Black River-A. M. White, J. W.
Huggins; E. S. McIntosh, committee
Doctor Swamp-J. H. Timmons, Mil
ton Stukes, G. G. Frierson, S. D. Du
Eose: J. H. Timmons, committeeman.
Fork-W. M. Davis, R. L. Logan, Jr.:
S. J. McFaddin, committeeman.
Pasville-JT. N. Brown, Sr., J. J.
Broadway, H. B. Bateman, James E.
Tindal, F. S. Geddings, Dr. L. L. Gre
gory, J. H. Keels; Hon. James E. Tin
Douglas-F. N. Thomas, B. L. Green,
W. J. Turbeville, J. C. Dennis, A.
Smith, J. Smith: W. J. Turbeville,
Gibbons' Mill-L. B. Gibbons, D. H.
Gowdy, H. Gibbons, L. D. Barrow; J.
E. Beard, committeeman.
Midway-J. M. Player, S. W. McIn
tosh. S. E. McFaddin, H. J. Wheeler;
S. W. McIntosh. committeeman.
Cross Roads-S. Dingle, J. M. Davis,
J. W. Broadway, J. J. Gardner; A. J.
Harmony-J. E. Kelly,James Reaves;
J. M. Montgomery, committeeman.
Foreston Reform-C. T. Ridgeway,
W. T. Kelly, J. H. Johnson: B. 0.
Foreston-J. M. Mcfloy, .J. A. Bur
Pauola-S. P. Holladay, E&. B. Fel
der, J. HI. T. Coullette: C. I. Felder,
Alcolu-R. J. Alderman, J. J. Net
tes, E. D. Hodge.
Silver-E. P. Briggs, Arthur Felder,
H. M. Mims; B. R. Gibson, committee
Good for Rheumatism.
Last fail I was takE n with a very severe at
tack of muscular rheumatism which caused me
great pain and annoyance. After trying several
prescriptions and rheumatic cures. I decided to
use Chamberlain's Pain Balm, which It had seen
advertised in The South Jerseyman. After two
applications of this Remedy I was much better.
and after using one bottle, was completely
curd.-SALLIE HARRIS. Salem. N. J. For sale
by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac M. Lor
Editor The Manning Times:
The crops are looking well around
the vicinity, the oat crop is very good.
Miss Oneida Griffin visited friends in
Orangeburg last week.
Mrs. Henry F. Stack and children are
visiting relatives in Sumter.
Mr. Tom Smith who has been stud
ing telegraphy at the depot went up to'
Wilmington last week to stand his e.x
amination to get on the A. C. L. relief
Miss Normi Broughton is visiting her
Miss Julia Brailsford is able to be up
Pyny-Balsam Stops the Ticking,
Wants to Help Others.
I had stomach trouble all my life,"
says Edw. Mehler, proprietor of the
Union Bottling Works, Erie, Pa., "and
tried all kinds of remedies, went to sev
eral doctors and spent considerable
money trying to get a moment's peace.
Finally I read of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
and have been taking it to my great
satisfaction. I never found its equal
for stomach trouble and gladly recom
mend it in hcpe that I may help other
sufferers." Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures
all stomach troubles. You don't have
to diet. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests
what you eat. The R. B. Loryea Drug
Some people are born foolish and
others grow up foolish.
A neighbor ran in with a bottle of Charber
lain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
when my son was suffering with severe cramps
and was'given up as beyond hope by my regular
physician. iwho stands high in his profession.
After administering three doses of it. my son
regained consciousness and recovered entirely
within twenty-four hours." says Mrs. Mary
Haller of Mt. Crawford. Va. This Remedy is
for sale by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac
M. Loryea. Prop.
The most effective argument on a
boy is a good keen switch.
Shot in His Left Leg.
For all kinds of sores, burns, bruises,
or other wounds DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve is a sure cure. Skin diseases
vield to it at once. Never fails in cases
of piles. Cooling and healing. None
genuine but DeWitt's. Beware of
counterfeits. "I suffered for many
years from a sore caused by a gun shot
wound in my left leg." says A. S.
Fuller, English, Ind. "It would not
heal and gave me much trouble. I used
all kinds of remedies to no purpose un
til I tried DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve.
A few boxes completely cured me."
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
A crooked tree may sometimes cast a
Try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets, the best physic. For sale by The R. B.
Loryca Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
Bante The Kind You Have Always Bought
Be true to promises even though
about trivial matters.
Neglect Means Danger.
Don't neglect biliousness and consti
pation. Your health will suffer perma
nently if you do. DeWitt's Little Early
Risers cure such cases. M. B. Smith,
Butternut, Mich., says "DeWitt's Lit
tle Early Risers are the most satisfac
tory pills I ever took. Never gripe or
cause nausea." The R. B. Loryea Drug
A woman does not always need a
broom to make a sweeping statement.
Sixty Years of Popularity
is the record of Painkiller (Perry Da
vis'), but the shops are full of Imita
tions made to sell upon the great repu
tation of the genuine; be cautious,
therefore, when you ask for a bottle to
see that you get the genuine. An un
failing remedy for coughs, colds, bron
Gentlemen only laugh wheu they are
mused. They neither howl nor roar.
Better Than Pills.
The Question has been ask-ed. "-In what way
are Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
uperior to pills?" Our answer is: They are
asier and more pleasant to take, more mild and
entle in effect and more reliable as they can
lways be depended upon. Then they cleanse
and invigorate the stomach and leave the bow
ls In a natural condition, while pills are more
arsh in effect and their use is often followed by
onstipation. For sale by The R. B. Loryea
ru Store. Isaac M. Loryea. Prop.
alams from the Northern Wood
arein Pyny-Ralsam, the certain cure for conghs.
C A.BST C L.ZA..
Bere The Kind You Hlave Always Bugit
As a candidate for Congress from the
First Congressional District of South
arolina in the coming Democratic pri
mary election, I pledge myself to abide
the result thereof ; to support and vote
for the nonminee of the party at the gen
eral election; not to become a candi
date if defeated in said primary, and if
elected to cast no vote in opposition to
the principles enunciated in the then
existing National Democratic platform,
lways abiding the' decision of the
Democratic caucus in the National
Congress during my term of office if
elected. M. C. GALLUTCHAT.
April 28, 1902.
The H. . Loryea Drug Store
Take pleasure in announcing to the lovers of
the great American Game that they will have
in stock within the next few days the largest
and most complete line of
ever offered to the devoteesof the game in Man
ning and Clarendon county.consisting in part of
BASEBALLS, from Sc to $1.50.
BASEBALL BATS. from 5c to S1.50.
BASEBALL GUIDE BOOKS. at 10c.
BASEBALL MITTS. all prices and styles.
BASEBA LL MASK~S. all prices and styles.
BASEBALL BELTS. all prices and styles.
BASEBALL INFIELDERS' GLOVES.
We take pleasure in purveying to the wants
of those who indulge in this truly magnificent
typical American Game. and shall offer to Man
ning Baseball Club and opposing team a superb
Baseball Bat to the nine making the largest
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Proprietor,
SIg-n of the
MANNINC, S. C.
'PHONE NO. 2.
STo u of town Baseball players we will
gldyfurnish information as to prices.
styles. etc.. by mail.
IIS 18 ROUE IMF~ IM lIME.
Our festive friend who travels by
aight, and although having no wings at
all, never fails to arrive on schedule
time, will soon be abroad in the land.
Hls attentions are very marked to those
Housekeepers should prepare a very
warm reception for Mr. Bug. Call at
your drug store for the proper bath for
him. Your dnaggist WTi~~a~d'is- you
how to "DO'Yliim. Pack up your win
ter clothes'with Tar Balls.
Rhme's Drug Store.
Jeilkiilslo Dry Goods Store
Cash Wash Goods Sale.
Owing to some large purchases of Wash Goods made by our
special Baltimore representative we have been able to land a lot
of very desirable goods in our store at about one half their usual
values, thus making our Wash Goods stock much larger than
usual. And calling forth extraordinary efforts on our part to
dispose of this immense lot of goods before the end of the season,
and in order to accomplish this end we have decided to hold a
CASH WASH GOODS SALE of unusual importance during the
month of May or until all advertised goods are sold.
Cash Wash Goods Specials,
2,500 yards Alpine Lawns that sell everywhere at 5c the yard,
but you get them at this special sale during the month of May at
2 1-2c. the Yarcd.
Only 25c for a dress of 10 yards.
2,500 yards Challies, beautiful styles, the cream of the mar
ket; sell everywhere at tc the yard, but you get themat this
sale for only 3e the yard.
2,000 yards of Spring Shirting Prints, only 3-c the yard while
2,000 yards Striped -Leno that looks very cheap at 15c the
yard, but you get them during this sale at 8tc the yard-12 yards
2,000 yards St. Gaul Dimities, regular price for these goods
15c the yard, but you get them at this sale for only 9c.
The greatest stock of Figured Dimities ever shown in Man
ning at 10c the yard.
Fifty dozen Ladies' Unbleached Gauze Undervests, full
length, with tape around the neck, only 5e each.
A very large stock of better Vests at 10, 15 and 25c each.
Black Dress Goods and Silks.
Our line of Black Dress Goods for Skirtings is the largest to
be found in this town. Prices and quality to suit everybody.
Black Taffeta Silk Skirting, 30 inches wide, only $1.25; every
Black Lonetine Silk, only $1 the yard.
The newest thing out in Silks. When you need a nice Black
Skirt here is the place to get it at lowest prices and best goods.
READY-MADE SHIRT WAISTS.
This is a new line we have gdded to our meeting with great
Nice White Lawn Shirt Waists from 50c to $1.50 each.
Colored Dimity Shirt Waists, from 60c to S1 each. These
Shirt Waists are beautifully made and trimmed with pace and
Mattings and Housefurnishings.
Year after year the people are using more and more Matting
as they have found out the comfort and economy there is in hav
ing their floors covered.
Our stock of Mattings are the cheapest and best to be found
in this part of the State.
Nice Mattings at 12j^15, 25 and 35c the yard, in both China
and Japanese Goods.
Nice line of Cottage Curtain Rods at 10 and 15e each.
Large Curtain Poles with large wood rings and trimmings,
only 25c each-the kind that sells at 35c elsewhere.
All kinds of Window Draperies and Nets at the lowest prices.
White Marsailles Bed Spreads a specialty.
The largest and most complete stock of Oxford Ties in all
styles, for Ladies', Misses' and Infants, at prices to suit your
pocketbooks. Also a beautiful line of Drop Stitched Hosiery to
go along with the Oxford Ties-new and up-to-date.
In conclusion we wish to say that those who attend this sale
and bring the cash with them will not go away disappointed, as
our great stock of goods must be disposed of. The cash is what
we want and the cash will move the goods, at prices that will as
tonis you.Yours truly,
W. E. JENKINSON.
Don't Make aMistake
...BUT GO TO..
When needing anything in SPRING DRY GOODS, SHOES, SLIP
PERS AND HATS.
Millinery a Specialty
And any goods found in an up-to-date store.
We are offering special values in
MILLINERY AND DRY GOODS.
Having a large stock of these we mean to let them go at the
LOWEST PRICES POSSIBLE.
We extend to our friends and the public generally a cordial invi
tation to call on us before making their purchases.
Don't Forget Our Clothing.
Remember Our Shoes.
Yours for business,
No::ict 33oox' to Poc stomtie
jWhy Not You?
We are selling the best people in Clarendon county,
AND WHY NOT YOU?
We are selling more goods in our new quarters than ever
WHY CAN'T WE SELL YOU?
Our prices are lower than ever. We buy all our goods
from New York -
We sell for Cash only. We can sell cheaper than our
neighbors, and we do. We have no bad accounts on
our books for you to pay for.
Everything we have is
NEW, FRESH, STYLISH AND UP-TO-DATE.I
IYou Save 25c..on Every Dollar
You Spend With Us.
Ten pieces Fast Colored Lawns, worth 5c, our price 3c.
Five pieces Fast Colored Lawns, worth 8c, our price 4c.
Twenty pcs Fast Colored Lawns, worth 10c, our price oc.
One hundred pieces Embroidery Edge and Insertings to
match, worth 15, 20 and 25c. our price 5, 8 and 10c.
Two hundred pieces Imitation Torchon Lace, all widths,
worth 121c, our price 5c.
Men's Straw Hats at half price. We sell everything at
just such prices.
WHY CAN'T WE SELL YOU?
Yours for cash,
S. I. Till's New Racket Store,
NXT DOOn O InIGnY'S
Go to The Maninog Hardware Companr
For AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
Plows, Plow Stocks, Steel Shapes, Hoes, Rakes, Shovels, Guano Horns,
Cotton Rope, Wire Fencing, Clevises, Repair Links, Curry Combs.
WE MIAKE TOBACCO BARN FLUES.
We have bargains in Trace Chains, Breast Chains, Hames, Elame
Strings, Back-Bands, Single-Trees, Bridles, Collars, Collar Pads, Grind
Stones, Flat Irons, Axes, Corn Shellers, Cow Bells, Ox Balls.
We are agents for the Oliver Chilled Plow Company, and haye their
Plows in stock; the Deering Harvester Company and the American Field
and Wire Fence Company.
Fmcr 'Ml1 SuXp3Plies.
Valves, Lubricators, Gauge Glasses, Injectors, Inspirators, Black and
Galvanized Pipe, Pumps, Steel Sinks, Compression Bibbs, Bath Tubs,
Steam Gauges, Bolts, Nuts and Washers, Round and Flat Iron, Packing,
FrCw 'E ueRuilciers' BupL plies.
Carpenters' Tools, Leeks, Hinges, Nails, Window Fasteners, Valley
Tin, Eave Troughs, Guttering, etc. Paints, Oils, Varnishes. A splendid
assortment of these: White Lead, Boiled and Raw Linseed Oil, Spirits Tur
pentine, Varnish, Japan Dryer, all colors; Cold Water Paint, White and
Colors; Lamp Black.
'E~cusefurxnuaihig GOO C--m
Everything in Tinware, Crockery, Cooking Stoves, Heaters, Country
Holloware, Spiders, Ovens, Skillets. A nice assortment of Lamps and
Glassware, Wood and Metal Buckets, Stove Repairs, Sad Irons.
E3uLggy aac WVagon 3epaflirB.
Axle Points, Bolts, Clips, Anti-Rattlers, Rims, Hubs, Spokes, Shafts,
Buggy Steps, Rubber Cloth.
OLutlery anc SpXortiag Q ocs.
Pocket Cutlery that has stood the test for years. No risk in buying
our Guarauteed Pocket Knives. Shot, Powder, Caps, Fuse, Dynamite,
Canvas Hunting Coats and Legginsg, Rubber Boots.
Manning Hardware Co.
CHARLESTON, S. C..
Largest Manufacturers of
Fertilizers in the South.
Importers of ...
Pure German Kainit,
Muriate of Potash,
Nitrate of Soda,
Sulphate of Potash.
It is important in buying your fertilizers, not
only to buy goods of established reputation and high
grade, but to buy where your wants of every:
character can be supplied.
We are in position to, furnish all classes of
goods and in such quantities as buyers desire. It.
will pay you to see us before purchasing..
.Addren Virginia.Carolina Chemical Co.,
- Charleston, S. C.
send for virginia-Carolius Alm:nas.
free for the asking.
A GRAND OPENING
-- Of Spring Clotbing, Hlats
and Furnishing Go0ds.
You will find here the very-newest
and up-to-date Suits, Furnishing Goods
-. and Hats.
We make a specialty of Extra Size,
Stout and Slim Suits.
7 On receipt of your letter we will send
you swatches of Suits, if you are inter
ested in any.
I In our Tailor Department we have
I Over 800 Samples
- for you to select your Suit or extra
... Suits made to your measure from *I5
to $50. Pants from $3to $I2.
NOWR y RANITE
H . CLTH IN G
224 KING ST., Opp. Academy of Music,
All mail orders promptly attended to by a special salesman.
Buena Vista Land Plaster
FOR ALL CROPS.
Mr. B. K. Buchanan of Washington County, Virginia, so generally
known, says: "I have used the Buena Vista Plaster for many years
rank it for all crops next to barnyard manure."
Mr. Joseph W. Davis of Washington County, Virginia, one of our best
farmers, says: "Using your plaster (the Buena Vista) last year, I thonght a
part of my meadow too good to be benefited by it, so applied it only to
what was inferior. To my surprise the inferior part yielded more than the
other. I am satisfied it would have paid me well to have put it on all."
Carload Lots. Bulk f. 0. b. Charleston, S. C., $5.25.
CAROLINA PORTLND CEEN CO3,
* Sole Selling Agents,
CHARLESTON, - - S. C.
South Carolina Co-Educational Institute
(S. C. C. I.)
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
OLDEST AND LARGEST CO-EDUCATIONAL COLLEGE IN THE STATE.
Over 300 Students enrolled last session, representing 10 States.
Young men under strict military discipline.
Faculty composed of 21 College and University graduates-9 men.
Thorough Literary Courses leading to the degree of B. E., B. S. and A. B.
Superior Advantages offered in the Departments of Music, Art and Business.
Four Maoinificent, well equipped buildings.
Thousands of dollars recently spent in improvements.
From $100 to $140 covers expenses in Literary Department for the entire
scoouerin the past session 167 Boarders were ei-rolled. A large number
of applications were rejected for want of room. Additionat-roontwill be pro
If ou h coneat atteding our College, write for catalogue and applica
tion blank to
F. N. K. BAILEY, President,
EDGEF4ELD, S. C.
Next Session Begins Thursday, Sept. 26,.1901.