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MANNING, S. C., JUNE 18, 1902.
Trunks and Bags.
If you need a nice Trunk for
your summer trip to the moun
tains, this is the place to get it,
as we have just received the
largest line ever shown in this
Also a nice line of Dress Suit
Cases, from $1.50 to $10.
A fine line of Hand Satchels,
from 50c to $3.
We have a beautiful line of
Negligee Shirts, for 50c. -5e
As the season is almost over,
we are offering our entire
Clothing stock at very low
Young men, if you need a
White or Fancy Vest, call and
see our line, from 50c to $3.
W. E. JENKINSON.
Advertisers will please re
* member that copy for a
change of ad. MUST be in
this office by Saturdav Noon in order to
insure publication the following week.
Manning Street Car Schedule.
Leave Central Hotel corner 9:00 a. m. and 6:25
p. m. for the passenger trains, and the car will
also meet the freight trains. Arrangements
have been made with the agent at depot to tele
ihone when freight trains are approaching
Fare. 10 cents each way.
S. I. Till's, next door to Rigby's.
Died last Wednesday, Mr. Johnnie
Johnson, near Foreston.
Get your Trunks and Bags from S. A.
oWhite Goods going cheap now for
cash at Rigby's.
Miss Hattie Harvin is visiting Miss
Daisy Tindal at Tindal's.
Nice White Bed Spread, 10-4 sizes,
$1. S. A. Rigby.
Mrs. Joseph F. Rhame and Miss Mat
tie Rhame are sojourning at Glenn
If! Read advertisement in another
column. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Misses Gem and Mary Beard of Cam
den are in Manning visiting Miss Nettie
Embroideries and Laces to be cleared
up for next season at Rigby's.
Fruit Jars, 1 and 2 quart sizes. and
Fruit Jar Rubbers now ready. S. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Bunyan Gibson of San
tee had the misfortune to lose an in
fant last Thursday.
Serge and Flannel Suits. Get our
pices on these before you buy. S. A.
Our line of Roller Tray Canvas
Trunks are the wonder of all who see
them. W. E. Jenkinson.
Tobacco Barn Flues, made up and
ready for delivery, at low prices. Man
ning Hardware Company. [46-2t
There are a number of prospective
candidates waiting for the promismng
smiles of the caucus leaders.
At Jenkinson's you will find a large
line of Trunks, Valises and Suit Cases,
at very reasonable prices.
You know where to buy your Shoes
cheap and stylish. Hamilton-Brown's
own make at S. A. Rigby's.
Mr. Samuel Barron of Mayesville
stopped over in Manning one day last
week on his way to Pawley's Island.
The patrons of The Manning Grocery
Co., can get Fox River Butter and full
Cream Cheese on ice at all times.
Hon. M. C. Galluchat has instructed
us to withdraw from the paper his card
announcing his candidacy for Congress.
A man who is not a candidate, going
around the country in the interest of a
candidate,has very little business of his
own at home.
We are indebted to Maj. D. A. Brad
ham for a very handsome catalogue of
the Sumter Military Academy and
Mr. H. B. Tindal of Greenville, after
spending a few days inCiarendon looking
after his business interests returned to
his home yesterday.
Full strength: Powdered Allspice,
Cloves, Tumeric, Mace, Cinnamon,
Black and Red Pepper, Ginger. The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Maj. H. B. Richardson came to Man
ning last night to spend the day here
today in the interest of his candidacy,
and tomorrow he goes to Foreston.
Full strength: Extract of Orange,
Banana, Pineapple, Strawberry, Rose,
Vanilla, Ginger, Lemon, Peppermint.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
We want it distinctly understood that
no candidates' cards will be published
in these columns unless the card is ac
companied with $5. No credit to any
Going to take a trip to the seashore?
Well, go to Jenkinson's and get a nice
Trunk or Suit Case: they have them
there in all sizes, prices and qualities.
Contractor 0. W. McRoy is putting
up a couple of substantial brick stores
for the estate of -Moses Levi. Mr. Mc
Roy is pushing the work rapidly and
Mr. R. D. Clark returned last Satur
day evening from Danville, Va., where
he has been in the interest of the Peo
ple's Tobacco Warehouse, of which he
Cooking in warm weather can be
made pleasant by using a Blue Flame
Stove. Call on us and see how simple
they are to operate. Manning Hard
ware Company. [45-4t
The store that is soon to be occupied
by C. M. Davis & Co. is, without doubt,
the handsomest this side of Charleston.
It is an ideal clothing and gent's fur
Why use obsolete fruit jars, when
you can obtain the latest and most ap
p roved designed Fruit Jar, "the
Roal "? For sale by The R. B. Lor
yea Drug Store.
There are some who have the candi
date itch so bad that that they can
Shardly restrain themselves; the only
thing that holds them down is the re
embrace of defeats notwithstanding the*
encouraging solicitations of friends.
Jenkinson is always in the lead. Now
here he comes with a beautiful line of
Trunks, Valises and Suit Cases to help
get the people off to the _seashore and
af on their summer vacations.
An eve-dropper is a most despicabc
species of humanity. An eve-droppei
who will overhear conversations an<
then run to report to those he bootlick:
will conie to a bad end: he will b<
spurned by those who are now usin
-m because such creatures are un
Naturally we lead and consequently
we have the largest line of Fruit Jai
Rubbers. Self-31elting. Self-Sealing
Wax Strings, and Sealing Wax. The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
We have been honored with an in
vitation to attend the marriage cere
mony of Mr. P. Will Webber and 'Miss
Marv Elizabeth McFaddin, daughter o:
Mr. 'V. D. McFaddin. to take place "a1
home" in Sandy Grove Wednesday
afternoon 25th inst.
For biliousness use Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. They
cleanse in stomach and regulate the
liver and bowels, effecting a quick and
permanent cure. For sale by The R.
B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac N1. Lor.
The campaign meeting in Sumter
yesterday was a rather tame affair.
There were a hos.t of candidates and a
small audience. notwithstanding the
fact that court was in session. The
people are not taking much interest in
the political spielers.
TeKind You Have Aways Bought
Miss Harriett Jane Hodge and MIr.
W. N. Hook were married at the resi.
dence of the bride's father, Mr. E. D.
Hodge, at 3:30 p. m. on the 15th inst..
Rev. G. T. Gresham performing the
ceremony. Mr. Hook holds a position
with D. W. Alderman & Sons Co.. and
will reside at Alcolu.
I Know One Sure Remedy
for an obstinate cold. Its name is Pyny-BlsS"
We caution the white voters of Clar
endon to keep an eye on every candi
date, it matters not wbat he- is running
for. If he is the product of the com
bine drop him like you would a piece 01
hot iron. It is one of the schemes 01
the combine to hare all manner of can
didates out with the sole object to se
cure the defeat of the man they have
My little son had an attack of whoop
ing ~cough and was threatened with
pneumonia: but for Chamberlam's
Cough Remedy we would have had a
serious time of it. It also saved him
from several severe attacks of croup.
H. J. STRICKFADEN, editor World
Eerald, Fair Haven, Wash. For sale
by The R. B. Lorvea Drug Store, Isaac
'M. Loryea, Prop.
We understand that there is in con
templation the building of a wagon fac
tory in Manning. Mr. F. C. Thomas
has the mattet under consideration and
we hope he will be encouraged in the
project. Industrial enterprises afford
ing labor are worthy of encouragement.
Just what the plans are we do not
know, but if such an institution were
started here it would be the cause oi
some swamp timber being utilized.
Ready to Yield.
"I used DeWitt's Witch Hazel Sfilve
for piles and found it a certain cure,'
says S. R. Meredith, Willow Grove
Del. Operations unnecessary to cure
piles. They always yield to DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve. Cures skin dis
eases, all kinds of wounds. Accept no
counterfeits. The R. B. Loryea Drug
It is indeed wonderful how solicitious
some people become for the welfare ol
the country when they have an axe tc
grind, or 'hate to gratify. They bolt
hen things don't suit them, scratch
tickets for spleen, and then become the
most loud-mouthed supporters of the
party scratched to get his influence to
a~id them to secure their revenge, and
cess to the county's cash box. But
the people are not to be buncoed, they
know these men and the more they
scheme, caucus and manipulate the less
are they liable to succeed
Of what does a bad taste in your
mouth remind you? It indicates that
your stomach is' in bad condition and
will remind vou that there is nothing
so good for sguch a disorder as Cham
berlain's Stomach and Diver Tablets
after having once used them. They
cleanse and invigorate the stomach and
regulate the bowels- For sale at 23
cents per box by The R. B. Loryea
Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
There will be a fireman's tournament
in Sumter on the 25th and 26th inst.,
at which the "fire laddies" from all
over this and adjoining States will par
ticipate. The railroads will give re
duced rates, and everything will be
done by the public spirited citizens ol
the Game Cock city to make the tourna
ment a gala occasion. The program is
an elaborate one, and the lovers of sport
will have a plenty to entertain them.
There will be hand reel contests, grab
race contests, horse reel contests and
quick hitch contests. The prizes run
from $200 to $25. The preparations are
iu the hands of competent committees.
and a great time may be looked for.
Spring fever is another name for bil
liovsness. It is more serious than most
peple think. A torpid liver and inactive
bowels mean a poisoned system. Il
neglected, serous illness may follow
such symptoms. DeWitt's Little Early
Risers remove all danger by stimulat
ing the liver, opening the bowels, and
cleansing the system of impurities.
Safe pills. Never gripe. "I have taken
DeWitt's Little Early Risers for torpid
liver every spring for years," writes
R. . Ev'erly, MIoundsville, W. Va.
"They do me more good than anything
I have ever tried." The R. B. Loryea
Adam Lawson. colored, convicted at
the recent term of court charged with
larceny from field, and sentenced to
pay a fine of $25 or serve on chaingang
90days. The prisoner was taken to the
chaingang Wednesday afternoon and
on Thursday morning put to work, af
ter working a couple of hours he com
plained of being sick. The guards took
him to the shade and almost without
warning he died. Arrangements had
been perfected for the payment of the
fine and it was about to be paid when
the news of Lawson's death reached
here. The deceased came to his death
from the effects of sunstroke, and be
ing in a very bilious condition hasten
ed the fatal result.
A Real Friend.
1 suffered fi-om dyspepsia and indi
gestion for fifteen years,"' says W. T.
Sturdevant of M1erry Oaks. N. C. "After
I had tried many doctors and medicines
to no avail one of my friends persuaded
me to ti-v Kodol. It gave immediate
relief. I can eat almost anything I want
now and my digestion is good. I cheer
fully recommend Kodol. " Don't try to
cure stomach trouble by dieting. That
only further weakens the system. You
need wholesome. strengthening food.
Kodol enables you to assimilate what
you eat by digesting it without the
stmac' aid. The T. B. Lorea Drug
A very sad accident occurred on Mr.
S. NI. Youmans' place in the Fork last
Sunday afternoon. Mr. Roland Rain
water and his wife, Daisy, were visit
ing 'Mr. W. K. Rainwater and while
while there Mrs. Maggie Rainwater
picked up a pistol belonging to her hus
band and, thinking the weapon was un
loaded, she began snapping it. After
having snapped it several times and in
the handling she turned the barrel to
wards herself it went off. the ball
entering her breast and killing her al
most instantly. The deceased was only
about 16 years old and was married to
Roland Rainwater last February. She
comes from the Goins family in the
doesn't make prosperity if the outgo is
bigger. Did you ever figure out what
sickness costs you per year; doctors'
bills, medicine bills. etc., etc., to say
nothing of the suffering. Rheumatism
strikes like a knife in the back if left
alone: with Perry Davis' Painkiller,
the terrors of this diseasa are headed
off. Painkiller relieves muscular
cramps, lumbago, neuralgia and sciat
ica. 25 and 50 cents.
It will soon be time for people to be
gin spending money, and as there was
very little money last season, many ar
ticles could not be bought, but we want
our friends to watch closely our adver
tising columns and from them pick the
places to trade. A concern that won't
advertise in THE TimES doesn't want
your trade. We know there are a few
individuals whose patronage we will
not solicit that will not use our adver
tising columns; they have a personal
dislike for us, and candidly the feeling
is not one-sided, but we have many true
friends throughout the county and we
know that they are as anxious for THE
TIMES to prosper; we therefore wish
to say that t-he advertising columns of
THE TImES is where we hope you will
Saved From An Wwful Rate.
"Everbod y saie I had consumption."
writes Mrs. A. M. Shields, of Cham
bersburg, Pa., "I was so low after six
months of severe sickness, caused by
Hay Fever and Asthma, that few
thought I could get well, but I learned
of the marvelous merit of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, used
it, and was ,ompletely cured." For
desperate Thi .*'tt and Lung Diseases it
is the safest cur, in the world, and is
infallible for Coughs, Colds and Bron
chial Affections. Cluaranteed bottles
50c. and $1.00. Trial bottles free at
The R. B. Loryea DruJ Store.
It was our pleasure tc '.ttend an en
tertainment given at P-txville last Fri
day evening by the "Suaoeam Society"
for the benefit of the Connie Maxwell
Orphanage. The perfornance was very
creditable, consisting of music, tab
leaux and charades. During an int
mission Rev. J. D. Huggins call
tention to the presence of Hon. ( %
S. Legare and, after some appropti..t.
remarks, introduced that gentleman to
the audience. Mr. Legare, although
taken by surprise, made a very happy
and beautiful talk. His tribute to
"Woman" was simply grand, and his
hearers were delighted with him. The
writer was also called upon, but if he
had been a finished orator and had the
gift of language that Mr. Legare pos
sesses, it would have been impossible
for him to have made a speech on ac
count of the demonstration of the chil
dren who, by their exhibition of affec
tion towards him, so filled his heart
with love and pride that it was almost
an impossible task to gather together
words sufficiently appropriate for the
occasion. He, however, made a few re
marks, after which everybody went
down stairs and partook of the ref resh
ments prepared by the ladies. During
the entertainment Mr. Huggims an
nounced that for the benefit of the
school there would be a "hot supper "
in October and on this occasion it is ex
pected to raise money enough to pay
for the school's equipment.
For Tnfants and Children.
The Kind You Hare Always Bought
Our readers have often been lectured
by us with reference to making Man
ning a first class market, and it is
known that we have pointed out the de
fects here which, at the time, caused
some of our business men to think
strange of us, but we said then and we
say now, our business is to help our
towvn when the town helps itself. We
do not propose to misrepresent condi
tions simnply because we live here, we
propose to let things be known as they
are, and when we think our merchants
are not doing their full duty towards
the farmers upon whom they must de
pend. we will make same known, mat
ters not whom it hurts-it is like apply
ing a fly blister to remove the ailment.
it will' be remembered that several
times we took occasion to expose the
methods here about the handling of to
bacco: we also showed it was not to our
interests to have a cotton buying mo
nopoly, that these things run business
away and injured the town.
Wie have had talks with our business
men and, from what they tell us, we be
lieve they will start early this season to
bring abiout such conditions as will
make Manning a first class market for
tobacco and cotton. We have had for
many years a fine purchasing market,
the result of strenuous competition, and
there is no reason in the world why
anning should allow other points to
pay more for cotton and tobacco.
Merchants, you tell us you are going
to remedy this defect, and from what
we know'already we believe it: do not
let the matter lag. Every man doing
business in this town should lend a
helping hand in drawing business here.
The people want to come-it is no
pleasure to seek other markets-their
home market is what they want, and if
our home people will look to their own
interests they will come here.
THE MANNING TIMES is the people's
paper and it will keep right on clamor
ing for the people's interests, and we
are anxious to help our town if the
town will help itself. Let us make Man
ning a Clarendon market, as it should
An Unsolicited Testimonial.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Manning. S. C.
Gentemen:-For two years past I have been
usinr International Heave Cure for Coughs and
Colds in my horses and I have found that it al
ways cives speedy relief and effects a perma
netL cure. Yours truly.
Sined. (Rev.) G. 'T. G RESnU..
Mannmng. S. C., June :2, 190-2.
We carry constantly in stock the pro
ducts of the International Food Co.,
'consisting of Horse and Cattle Powders,
Woim Powder, Poultry Food, Colic
Cure. Louse Killer, Silver Pine Healing
Oil. Pheno-Chloro, the great Disinfec
tat. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store,
Sole Agents for Manning and vicinity.
Attention ! Clarendon Rifles.
The members of the Clarendon Rifles
are or'dered to meet at the court house
Friday night, June 20th, at 8:30 o'clock
to transact important business for the
good of the organization.
SThere are now 40 names on the roll:
we need 10 more men. Try to bring
this wit C. DAVIS,
AM A CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS
from the First Congressional District of
I pledge myself to abide tile result (if the
Democratic primary: to support the nominees
thereof: to support the political principles and
policy of the Democratic party during the term
of oftice for which I shall be elected. and to
work in accord with my Democratic associates
in Congress on all party questions.
I respectfully ask the kind consideration and
support of the voters of the District.
GEO. S. LEGARE.
T W. BACOT, WHO. FROM 1892 CONTI.N
*uously to the present time, has seen ser
vice and had large Legislative experience in the
General Assembly of the State of South Caro
lina as a Member of the House of Representa
tives from Charleston County. and who. for the
past 4 years. has held the very responsible posi
tion of Chairman of the Judiciary Committee of
the said House of Representatves. is and, in
the Democratic Primary Election to be held on
Tuesday. the 26th day of August. 1902. will te a
candidate for nominatian as the Democratic
nominee for the office of Member of the House of
Representatives of the Congress of the United
States from the First Congressional District of
the State of South Carolina. which District em
braces the five Counties of Berkeley. Charles
ton. Clarendon. Colleton and Dorchester-sub
ject. of course. to any and all rules and regula
tions of the Democratic Party of the State. re
garding pledges and so forth.
For State Senate.
ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CANDIDATE
for the State Senate to the citizens of Clar
endon county. holding myself subject to all the
rules governing the primaries now existing or
which may hereafter be adopted.
HENRY B. RICHARDSON.
May 19. 1902.
T O THE VOTERS OF CLARENDON COUN
ty:-Some time ago I announced mn THE
MANNING TDIES that I would not be a candi
date for any office in the coming election, and
until very recently I had fully intended to pur
sue this course. but recent developments with
personal appeals and petitions (unsolicited on
my part) forces me to recon-ider. and I now an
nunce myself a candidate f-or State Senator
from this county. subject to all the rules gov
erning the Democratic primary and the generai
election and will abide the result.
C. M. DAVIS.
TOTHE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS: I AM A
candidate for re-election to the State Sen
ate. upon the platform, constitution and rules
of the Democratic party. I have served in that
honorable position one term and feel that I have
given the people a conscientious service.
I am opposed to rings, cliques and combina
tions. and if re-elected will use my best efforts
to resist the encroachments of monopolies that
are fast making themselves manifest by the
combination of corporations. I favor a still fur
ther reduction in our taxes and believe I have a
plan by which Clarendon county can get her
needed' improvements without an increase of
the present ;ax rate.
For House of Representatives.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CANDIDACY
for the House of Representatives and re
spectfully solicit the support of all Democratic
voters of Clarendon county in the ensuing pri
mary, holding myself subject to all the rules
governing the same.
R. S. DESCHAUMPS.
I ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CANDIDATE
for member of the House of Representa
tives, subject to the rules of the party. and will
appreciate the support of all Democrats.
J. H. LESESNE.
For County Superintendent Education.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for re-election to the office of County
* '.rindent of Education in the coming pri
.-y. subject to the requirements of the Dem
atic party. L. L. WELLS.
For County Auditor.
PROMISING TO ABIDE THE RESULT OF
the Democratic primary. I hereby announce
myself a candidate for re-election to the onice
o County Auditor. and shall appreciate the
votes of all who believe that I have discharged
the duties of the office satisf actorily.
E. C. DICKSON.
For County Treasurer.
I ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CANDIDATE
for re-election to the office of County Treas
rer. acceding to the rules of the Democratic
primary. S. J. BOWMAN.
For County Supervisor.
I HERBYrANOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didte or heoffce of County Supervisor.
subject to the rules and regulations of the Dem
cratc primary. If elected I promise faithful
work and the best service of which I am capa
ble. E. C. HORTON.
You are in need of Pure Drugs. Medicines, and
Chemicals, you will nind them at
[Ehe Sign of the Golen Mortar.
IF you want your Prescriptions alled skill
fully, carefully and with celerity you can haveC
them so executed at ''
[The Sign of the Golen Mortar.
IF you require any Patent Medicines, no mat
ter what, you will find them at
The Sign of the Golden Mortar.
IF you desire to instpect the largest and most 4
varied assortment of Toilet Soaps, Perfumes,
Toilet Waters. Extracts and our own Colognes.
y-ou will find them at .
The Sign of the Golden Mortar.
IF you want Paint that will stay painted, use
Lonman & Martinez justly popular prepared
Paints, you will find them at
The Sign of the Golden Mortar.
IF you want Seed that will germinate, plant
'. W. Wood & Sons' tested and .true Garden
Seed: you will nind them at
The Sign of the Glolden Mortar.
IF you are anxious to keep your Horses.
Cows. Mules and Poultry in good condition. use
nternational Food Companys and Pratt's Food
Company Products, to be found only at
The Sign of the Goldeni nortar.
IF you wish to protect your, tobacco crops
rrom the ravages of the tobacco worm. use4
Paris Green, chemically pure, to be had at
The Sign of the Golden nlortar.
IF you wish to look at the -nost extensive
.e of Stationery of every d'escription and4
price, call at
The Sign of the Golden Mortar. 4
IF you wish to while away an idle hour, se-4
ect your Novels, in paper and cloth editIons.4
md all Poets, at
The Sign of the Golden nlortar. 4
IF you wish to preserve your health and save4
trip to the mountains use Harris Lithia
springs Water in pints and half gallons. and4
se Harris Lithia Ginger Ale, a most refreshing
summer beverage, to be had at
The Sign of the Golden Mortar. 4
IF you wish to play the Great American 4
same, purchase your Baseballs, Mitts, Masks
The Sign of the Golden Mortar.
IF you enjoy a good smoke you will fine the,
arest line of Cigars, Cigarettes and Cheroots
The Sign of the Golden tiortar. I
IF you wish Visiting Cards with Engraved
ase you can leave your orders at
The Sign of the Golden Mortar.
IF you wish your Mail Orders promptly at
ended to and transmitted on day~ of receipt.
;end them to
The Sign of the Glolden Mortar.
IF you wish to see the best equipped and
nodern up-to-date Drug Store north of Char
eston, call at
The Sign of the Golden Mortar.
IF you wish courteous treatment, as appliesf
:o yorself, children or messengers, call or send
The Sign of the Golden Mortar.
IF you wish to see the leading Drug Store ofe
Ilarendon County, call at
The S Of the6 Sol(dn ir tu .
ISAAC 1 LORYEA, Proprietor,
Sign of tfe h
Golden Mortar, e
- MANNINO, S. C.
- 'P-HONE NO. 2.
To all who would like to have their
Dlothes Cleaned, Dyed Repaired and
Pressed, call and see the new Tailor in
ront of the Hotel Central, who will
iye you a first class job. Come in and
Te . T. UCDC)NALTDA
Cuts no figure-it's what he does. Deeds. not
words, are the things that count.
For the last eight years the name of JEN -
KINSON has been identiftied with the progressive
dry goods business of Manning. Our business
has increased year after year and it.is larger tlis
spring than ever before. Why* Because it is
our constant effort to give our patrons better ser
vice and to give one hundred cents of value for
every dollar expended over our counters. Re
member our motto: Everything must be as repre
sented or money refunded.
Apply the Knife.
The active spring trade is now over and the (
time has come when we must apply the knife
freely to various lines of strictly summer goods.
Our entire line of Millinery will now be closed
out at sacrifice prices, as we don't want to have
one dollar's worth of this class of goods on our
shelves the first of September. Ladies, if you
want nice Hats cheap here is your opportunity.
The most extensive line of White goods to be
found in this town. White Lawns at 5, 10, 15, 20
and 25c per yard.
A beautiful line of Figured Dimities well
worth 15 and 20c per yard, now being closed out
We have a most extensive line of Summer
Gauze Underwear for Ladies and Men.
Ladies' nice Taped Neck Gauze Undervests in
all sizes, only 5c each: Nice Bleached Vests, bet
ter quality, at 10, 15 and 20c each.
Collars and Cuffs.
It is an undenied fact that we carry the most
extensive line of Gent's and Ladies' Collars and
Cuffs of any house in this town.
It is no use for us to dwell upon the merits of
our famous C brand Collars and Cuffs. We just (
want to say that we have a full line of them on (
hand and that they are the best 12?c Collars on
Ladies' Collars in all sizes and shapes at 10c
Our stock of Oxford Ties and Sandals for La
dies'. Misses and Children was never more com
plete and at prices to suit all.
Also a complete line of all kinds of Shoes for
La dies', Gent's and Children, at the lowest possi
W.~i~E. JENINSON *
Don't Make a Mistake8 e
...BUT GO TO...
D. H IRSCHMANN'S
When needing anything in SPRING DRY GOODS. SHOES,~ SLIP-F
PERS AND HA\TS.
Millirnery a Specialty
And any goods found in an up-to-date store.
We are offering special values in bE
MILLINERY AND DRY GOODS.
Having a large stock of these we mean to let them go at the
LOWEST PRICES POSSIBLE.
Waie extend to our friends and the p)ublic generally a cor dial invi
tainto call on us before making their purchases.-F
S Don't Forget Our Clothing.F
Remember Our Shoes.
Yours for business,
'l~ert ]DO~r tO ]'cOstOmI .O se
E JENKINSON. . F P. ERViN. R. D. 01.ARK. H. M. M'INTOSH.
R. D. CLARK, Manager.
We want everybody to know that the People's Tobaceo Ware
ouse has been reorganized and an enitirelv new firm has been
rmed with sufficient capital to meet the requirements of the bus
It is the intention of this conmpany to give to the tobacco grow- ..
rs of Clarendon aiid adjoing counties a tobacco niarket full
~orthy of their support and patronage. We have gone into this
nterprise to SUCCEED and SUCCEED WE WILL, for we don't
ropose to leave a stoine unturned that will tend towards building
p the tobacco industry of Manning.
We propose to handle
Two Million Pounds
fobcc on our floor this season and we want the tobacco grow
s of Clarendon, Williamsburg and Sumter Counties to help us
ut in this undertakingr.
TWO MILLION POUNDS is what we want. and we must
Thanking you in advanice for the patronage that you may give
, we are
People's Tobacco Warehouse Co.,
R. D. CL ARK,- Manage1*.
If It's a Question
And the quality is of importance, it's best to come to this
store. We harmonize the two features. We keep the
prices at the lowest point consistent with reliable goods,
with honest, serviceable qualities and that makes the pur
chase a satisfactory one-the kind of a value a shrewd
cash buyer approves.
These Things Especially
Our Summer lines are most complete, which consists
of dainty White and Colored Organdies, Lawns, Batistes,
Percales, Piques, Linens, Chambrays' and all the many
Wash Goods, Embroideries, Insertions, Laces, Fans, in
all the various styles and prices. Parasols to suit the
most fastidious. Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves, Corsets,
New shipment of fine Taffeta Ribbons, Nos. 22, 40,
60 and 80 at 15 and 20c per yard, that cost you at a milli
nery store 25 to 35c per yard. We have them in Light
Blue, Pink, Mais, Nile Green, White and Cream.
New shipment of fire India Linons this week that we
will mark for 10c per yard; they will cost you 5c more at
Special inducements in Shoes during June to clear up
room for fall stock. These include HAMILTON-BROWN
44-inch All-Wool Armaret, beautiful Black Shades,
Pure White Hand-Painted Linen Fans, well worth
50c; special for June 25c.
68-inch wide White Organdy, very sheer and fine at
25 to 35c per yard. Just 5 yards to dress.
Ladies' Oxford Ties for 98c.
Remnants. Below Cost!
ALL THE TIME.
Old Reliable S. A. RIGBY.
[he Harvest Season
Is at hand and we want every one to know that we have a full sup-.
y of Repairs for the Deering Hravesting Machinery; also Mowers and Rakes,
Swhich we can offer liberal terms in price and time payment. A careful ex
aination of these Machines will convince the most sceptical of their superior
' TObacco GrOWers,
2e demand on us for Flues and other supplies this season has been very heavy.
~e can still supply you at the prices named you in the early part of the season.
e will be pleased to have those who have not already placed their orders for
ues with us to do so at as early date as convenient, as the season is drawing
ar when you will want them without delay.
Our prices for Paris Green have not changed.
We are carrying this year an unusually large stock of goods in Agricultural
2plemnents, Mill Supplies and Housebuilders' Hardware.
Our Paints are the talk of the county, owing to their excellence and the
autiful finish they give buildings, and notwithstanding the scarcity of money
ir sales are rapidly increasing in this line. If you contemplate painting, get
te of our color cards.
ou will find all seasonable goods, such as Cream Freezers, Ice Picks, Lemon
tueezers. Shakers. Water Coolers.
We also have Potato Mashers, Fruit Presses, Butter Moulds, Fruit Jars,
-uit Jar Funnels, Fruit Jar Rubbers, Fly Traps, Oil Stoves, Knife Bricks.
We call your especial attention to our Blue Flame Oil Stove
sell this season. Price...................................$.00
is the most perfect thing of the kind sold.
We have just received a lot of
Scalders. Milk Pans, Milk Buckets, Toilet Sets, etc. This ware has attracted
>re attention than any one line we have in stock owing to its great superiority
er other tinware.
We have the most beautiful Crockery ever seen in Manning. Come and
Very truly yours,
danfing lHardware Co.
OLEMAN-AlIRR IAD!AU CO.,
(SUCCESSOR TO C. P. POPPENHEIM.)
S63 KING STREET. - CHARLESTON. S. C.
Shelf Hardware a Specialty.
Duckeyc Mowers, Brinley Plows, Oliver Chilled PlOWS.
GEORGE A. wAGENER, President: GEORGE Y. COLEMAN, vice President;
L. G. BALL. Secretary and Treasurer.
TO THE TIMES OFFICE.