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MANNING, S. C., JULY 30, 1902.
The Great Power of Cash at The Jenkinson
Dry Goods Store.
We are closing out everything in the
Spring and Summer Goods line at very
low prices for the cash, in many in
stances AT COST.
It will pay any one who has cash to
spend to see our offerings, as they are
bound to interest you.
We are the largest dealers of Dry
Goods in this part of the State and it is
reasonable to suppose that we have
values to offer the trade that our com
petitors cannot offer. This is no idle
All we ask is for you to come and see
what values we have to offer in Dry
Goods, Millinery. Shoes and Clothing.
Some great values to offer in White
Bed Spreads, Towels and Table Linen.
The greatest line of Gent's Hats of
any house in this town.
See our splendid exhibit of Gent's
Hats at the People's Warehouse.
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 6:25
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
phone when freight trains are approaching
Fare. 10 cents each war.
S. I. Till's, next door to Rigby's.
Band Concert tomorrow night.
Concert tomorrow night, at Institute
Miss Marie Hodge has returned
Thanks to Mr. S. H. Bradham for a
very fine water melon.
Labor Contracts for cotton picking
can be obtained at THE TIMES office.
Misses Maude Wilson and Maggie
Hinds are visiting Miss Marie Hodge.
Miss Jessie McLean returned home
yesterday from the Knoxville summer
Mr. S. L. Thompson has announced
his candidacy for Superintendent of Ed
Mr. W. E. Reaves of Pinewood was
in Manning last Sunday on a visit to
Every family should have a Fever
Thermometer. The best at Rhame's
Miss Julia Sprott returned home yes
terday from Ass where she has been
visitinig a friend.
Everybody attend the band concert
tomorrow night. Heserved seats on
sale at C. M. Davis & Co's.
"Penny Wise and Pound Foolish."
Read advertisement in another column.
The H. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Maj. D. A. Bradham, after attending
the summer school at Knoxville, Tenn.,
arrived home last Saturday night.
The patrons of The Manning Grocery
Co., can get Fox River Butter and full
Cream Cheese on ice at all times.
Mr. D. A. Autry of Autryville, Ga.,
is spending a few days with his wife's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Reaves.
Professor S. M. Clarkson, who about
ten years ago taught school in .Man
ning, is here in the insurance business.
Mr. John C. Lanham of Summerto~n
-is announced in this issue as a candi
date for the House of Representatives.
Lost-An umbrella,between postofiice
and Mr. A. H. Breedin's. Finder will
please return to Dantzler E. Bradham.
A tobacco barn of Mr. G. M. Hicks
near New Zion was destroyed by fire
last Thursday afternoon. Loss about
Come and see the new line of Hats
and Veils Mrs. Hirschmann has just
sent from New York. D. Hirschmann,
next door to postoffice.
It is the duty of a county chairman to
hold the scales of justice with an even
hand. He, of all men should not be
come an active partizan.
Full strength: Powdered Allspice,
Cloves, Tumeric, Mace, Cinnamon,
Black and Red Pepper, Ginger. The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Died at Brogdons last Thursday, Ida,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Black
well, aged 10 months. The interment
took place in Manning Friday.
Full strength: Extract of Orange,
Banana, Pineapple, Strawberry, Hose,
Vanilla, Ginger, Lemon, Peppermint.
The H. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Do not forget to send to the county
chairman the names of the managers
for the primary election. The election
comes off August 26th. Polls open at
8 a. m. and close at 4 p. m.
Some great bargains in Writing
Paper. Tablets and other lines can be
had just now at Rhame's Drug Store
before the large fall stock arrives.
-Mr. R. L. Jones. a son of Hon. Geo.
R. Jones, who is holding an important
position with the Deering Harvester
Company. Memphis, Tenn... arrived
home yesterday evening on a visit to his
parents at Davis.
The best for Pickling, Mott's Pure
Apple Vinegar. The best for- table
use. Mott's Pure White Wine Vine
gar. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
A few wveeks ago a tobacco barn be
longing to Mr. J. S. Evans, near Work
man, was burned. His neighbors came
to his rescue and built him a new one.
This is the right spirit. Brethren
should dwell in unity.
Wanted-Scrap Iron of every descrip
tion and Old Machinery. Any kind of
old fire wreeks or stocks. Write for
particulars. Address J. B. Garfunkel,
Columbia, S. C. [50-4t
There are a number of teachers here
attending the summer school, and it
will be a very proper thing to do, for
the patrons of our school to tender
these ladies an evening's pleasure ir
the nature of a reception.
Why use obsolete fruit jars, when
you can obtain the latest and most ap
proved~ designed Fruit Jar, "the
Roal" For sale by The R. B. Lor
yea Drug Store.
Married last Sunday by Rey. J. 0.
Gough at the Baptist parsonage in
M~anning, Mr. Ernest Limmer and Miss
Eugenia Windham. The couple came
here from Greeleyville. .The bride is a
ee of Mr P. M Windham of Man
On the place of Mr. S. M. Graham I
in the Fork, on last Sunday a shooting
took place between Junius Dixon and
and Calvin Hammett. both colored, the
latter was shot twice in the breast,mak
ing slight flesh wounds. The row was
about a "owan.
Naturally we lead and consequently
we have the largest line of Fruit Jar
Rubbers. Self-Mlelting. Self-Sealing
Wax Strings, and Sealing Wax. The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Died in Sumter last Sunday at the
Mood infirmary. Ella Patterson. a well
thought-of colored woman of this town.
Her body was brought to Manning on
he evening train and on Monday a
large procession of friends followed her
to the cemetery.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store extends
.i cordial invitation to Tobacco Growers
.o call at their drug store and see the
eading and most thoroughly mocern
quipped drug establishment north of
harleston. A visit cannot fail to in
;erest and benefit them.
R. A. Stewart, Esq.. of Manning has
>een elected to represent the A. M. E.
!hurch and Sunday school at tie YBung
People's Negro Congress to meet: at
tlanta, Ga.. Aug. 6-8. They have
?lected the most representive man in
:he community of their race.
Special Notice !
Just received Woods' tested. and true t
rurnip Seed-all varieties. No neces
;ity to prate about their merits as those
rho have planted Woods' reliable Tur
ip Seed will plant no other. The R.
B. Loryea Drug Store.
Wanted-Five young men from Clar
ndon County at once to prepare for
Positions in the Government Serv-ce
Railway Mail Clerks, Letter Carriers,
ustom House and Departmental
Clerks, etc. Apply to Inter-State Cor
res. Inst., Cedar Rapids, Ia. [52-St
Died at her home near Summerton,
Mrs. Lizzie Ridgill, aged 67 years. The
eceased was the relict of the late R.
Angus Ridgill. who preceded her to the
wrave just two weeks. The funeral
Eook place in the Manning cemetery
nd the body was laid to rest by the
side of her husband.
Need Mote Help.
Often the over-taxed organs of diges
tion cry out for help by dyspepsia's
pains, nausea. dizziness, headaches, t
liver complaints, bowel disorders. Such
troubles call for prompt use of Dr.
King's New Life Pills. They are gen
tle. thorough and guaranteed to cure.
Ic at The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
We are constantly being asked re- 1
'arding the schedule for county cam
aign meetings, assessments for candi
ates and the hours of opening and 1
losing the polls, the date of the prim
iry etc. This information should come 1
from the county chairman in the nature
)f an official notice. In other counties
the chairman have such notices stand
ing in the county newspapers for the
information of the public.
Every Healthy Boy
likes to get himself into places of dan
er. Hence bruises, .strains and1
prains. Mother scolds and brings out
the bottle of Perry Davis' Painkiller
and rubs it on the injured spots with
in energy and frequency depending on
the seriousness of the case. There is
nothing like Painkiller to take out the
soreness. There is but one Painkiller,
Perry Davis.' Price 25c. and 50c. 1
There was a jolly crowd of fishermen1
it Brewington lake last Friday, and
aturally, after eating, politics became
the subject of conversation. It so hap- I
pened that an "Appelt man " got into
the hands of the Philistines and they
verpowered him, but after a while
there came to his rescue another "Ap
pelt man," and the enthusiastic opposi
tion dwindled into the position of the
boy the calf ran over.
" I am using a box of Chamberlain's]
Stomach and Liver Tablets and find
them the best thing for my stomach I
ever used," says T. W. Robinson, jus
tice of the peace, Loomis, Mich. These
Tablets not only correct disorders of
the stomach but regulate the liver and t
bowels. They are easy to take and<
pleasant in effect. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale by The R. B. Loryea t
Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop. I
Hon. H. B. Richardson has a card in
rHE TIMES this week denying the ru
mor of-his having withdrawn from the
Senatorial race. The rumor which
reached us was to the effect that Major
Richardson was undecided whether he
would continue for the Senate or run
or the House, that he wanted to con- 1
sult his friends before reaching a con-)
:lusion. We had not heard that he<
bad withdrawn altogether. It is possi
ble that Major Richardson is somewhat
responsible for his friends saying that
it was probable he would withdraw. ]
From what he himself said to them. 1
If a Man ILie to You,
nd say some other salve, ointment, lo
tion, oil or alleged healer is as good as
Bucklen's Arnica Salve, tell him thirty
rears of marvelous cures of piles, burns,
boils, corns, felons, ulcers, cuts, scalds,
bruises and skin eruptions prove it's
the best and cheapest. 2.5c at The R.
B. Loryea Drug Store.
A convict lost his life on the chain
gang by attempting to escape last Wed
esday near the Dutfy store. Mr. Dave
Way the guard, was by himself in
harge of the gang, and Bossie Hanks,
convicted and sentenced to a term of
five years for cow stealing, all at once
threw down his shove) and walked off,
saying he wvas gone. Mr. Way could
not leave the gang, fearing it was a1
plot for a general stampede. He or
dered Hanks several times to stop, but1
Hanks kept on going. Even the other
convits called to Hanks to stop, but he I
would not, and when Mr. Way saw that
is prisoner was determined to escape,
he fired and killed him. An inquest wasI
held and the jury rendered a verdict of
Colds are sometimes more trouble
some in summer than in winter, it's so
hard to keep from adding to them while
cooling off after exercise. One Minute
Cough Cure cures at once. Absolutely
safe. Acts immediately. Sure cure for
coughs colds, croup. throat and lung
troubles. The R. B. Loryea Drug,
We heard of an amusing incident
which occurred in this town last Satur
day. As told us. it was as follows: A
certain official who is exercising him
self to a considerable extent for a can
didate running in opposition to us.
brought forth from his trousers p)ocket
dollar and gave it to a man who is
also working for his candidate with in
structions to go and buy dinners for
himself and his three companions. The
man took the dollar, but only two of his
companions would join him: the third
refused and plainly gave his reasons.
Later we heard the party who refused
say that the man who had the dollar
only paid 30 cents for the three dinners
andi came out on the transaction 70
cents ahead, and he is not certain4
whether or niot the restaurant beef and4
rice made any votes or not, but he did
The Teachers' Institute.
The summer school for teachers is
>rogressing nicely under the charge of
rof. G. T. Pugh. formerly principal of
he Moses Levi Memorial Institute, and
diss Annabel Johnson of the Orange
)urg graded school. Among the teach
rs present are a number of college
The following are the names and ad- 1
Misses Ellie Boyd, Trio. S. C.; Liz
:ie Pouncey, Calhoun, Ala.: Louise Mc- 1
(night, Paxville: Frank M. Hodge, 1
lanning; Ethelyn Bragdon. Manning;
Mlary Plowden, Jordan: Belle Clemens,
xreelevviile: Gertrude Drose, Fores
on: Virginia DuRant, DuRant: Bessie
)uRant. DuRant: Elma Geddings, Pax
ille: Julia Todd Gresham, Sumter:
;ophie Huggins. Paxville: Bessie
irayson, Davis Station: Maud Wilson, 1
,agnolia: Marie Hodge. Manning:
Magie Hinds, Florence: Belle Holla
la. Manning: Louise Kennedy. Mou
ons: Kittie McFaddn, Oakland: Genie
JeFaddin, Oakland: Emma Mellette.
ummerton: Rosalee Montgomery.
reeleyville: Ella Ridgeway, Manning:
Iarv Witherspoon. DuRant: Mrs. J.
. Hinson, Alcolu:' Messrs. .. J. Brag
on, Manning: Geo. W. Williams. Man- I
ing: D. E. Bradham. Manning: David
I Know One Sure Remedy
for an obstinate cold. Its name is Pyny-Balsamni .
An Unsolicited Testimonial. ]
he R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Manning, S. C.
Gentlemen:-For two years past I have been
sing International Heave Cure for Coughs and
elds in my horses and I have found that it al
-ays gives speedy relief and effects a perma
ent cure. Yours truly.
Signed, (Rev.) G. T. GRESHAM.
Manning, S. C., June 2. 1902.
We carry constantly in stock the pro- 1
ucts of the International Food Co.,
onsisting of Horse and Cattle Powders,
Corm Powder. Poultry Food, Colic
jure, Louse Killer. Silver Piue Healing l
)i, Pheno-Chloro, the great Disinfec
ant. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store,
ole Agents for Manning and vicinity.
A Contribution of $50.
Manning, S. C., July 29, 1902.
Editor THE MANNING TIMES: Press
ire of business has delayed my re
ponding earlier to your wise sugges
ion relating to the building of a high
ra between Alcolu and Sardinia. I
,m glad that there is such a move in I
ontemplation for it is a movement
rhich appeals to the common sense of
hinking people who are interested in
he upbuilding and promotion of the 1
This new road will bring to our coun- 1
y seat a very desirable trade-a people ]
rho are money-makers: they can reach 1
his place by several miles nearer than
.n other market, and by building a
irst class road it will be an inducement
or them to turn in our direction.
What you say about contributions for
he building of this road by the busi
tess men in Manning is very forceful.
Every property owner should contrib
tte to this end. While it is true the
hole county will be benefited by the
ipbuilding of our county seat, Manning
ill be the direct beneficiary and
hould be foremost in the building of
I do not know what the cost of the
oad will be, but as a business man, do
ng all in my power to draw trade to
danning, I am so impressed with the
isdom of your suggestions that I offer
o contribute as my share towards the
uilding of this road the sum of $50.
Let us all join in and build the road
rom Alcolu to Sardinia.
W. E. JENKISON.
The Same Old Story
J. A. Kelly relates an experience sim
lar to that 'which has happened in al
nost every neighborhood in the United
tates and has been told and re-told by
housands of others. He says:"Ls
ummer I had an attack of dysentery
.nd purchased a bottle of Chamber
ain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
semedy, which I used according to di
ection's and with entirely satisfactory
esults. The trouble was controlled
nuch quicker than former attacks
then I used other remedies." Mr.
elly is a well known citizen of Hen
erson, N. C. For sale by The R. 13.
/>ryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea,
:ditor The Manning Times:
There is a widely spread rep~ort to
he effect that I have withdrawn my
:andiacv for the State Senate. There
s no truth whatever in this, and I beg
he citizens of the county to understand
hat I shall remain in the race to a
HENRY B. RlCHARDSON.
July 28th, 1902.
Manning, S. C., July 21, 1902.
o the people of Clarendon County:
I have just opened up a hardware
isiness in Manning, next door to the
evi building and desire my friends to
all on me when in need of Hardware,
or I shall make it to your interest, as1
ny prices are right and shall remain
o, as I am not in business for my
ealth. I expect to handle the best ar
ies for :he least money.
JAMES F. DICKSON.
Pyny-Balsamn Relieves Right Away
and makes a speedy end of coughs and colds
Card of Thanks.
Permit us to express to the young la
ies f Manning, through your columns,
ur appreciation of their cooperation1
riven us at the reception given the to
acco planters last Wednesday night;
!so those who loaned valuable assist
nc at home in the preparation of food.
PEOPLE'S WASEHOUSE COM.
Summer complaint is usually precv
.lent. among children this season. A
rell developed case in the writer's fain
lv was cured last week by the timely
ie of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
.id Diarrhoea Remedy-one of the best
atent medicines manufactured and
hich is always kept on hand at the
iome of ye scribe. This is not intend
d as a free puff for the company, who
lo not advertise with us, but to benefit
ittle sufferers who may not be within
as a::cess of a physician. No family
hould be without a bottle of this med
cine in the house, especially in sum
ner time.-Lansing, Iowa, JTournal.
or sale by The RI. B. Loryca Drug
tore, Isaac M. Lroryea, Prop.
Attention! Clarendon Rifles.
The members of the Clarendon Rifles
iving in town will appear at the court
iouse at io'clock p. in. each Friday.
L'hose men living in the country that
nnot attend on above date will appear'
Lt same place at 5 o'clock each Satur
ay to drill until further orders.
A. C. DAVIS, Captain.
Only 50 Cents
.~to make your baby strong and
well. A fifty cent bottle of
will change a sickly baby to
a plump, romping child.
Only one cent a day, think
of it. Its as nice as cream.
Send for a free sample, and try it.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists,
409-415 Pearl Street, New? York.
Soc. and $1.0o; all druggists.
Poisoning the System.
It is through the bowels that the
>ody is cleansed of impurities. Cousti
iation keeps these poisons in the sys
em, causing headache, dullness and
nelancholla at first, then unsightly
ruptions and finally serious illness un
ess a remedy is applied. DeWitt's Lit
le Early Risers prevent this trouble
>y stimulating the liver and promote
asy. healthy action of the bowels.
Chese little pills do not act violently
)ut by strengthening the bowels ena- b
)le them to perform their own work.
sever gripe or distress. The R. B.
oryea Drug Store.
For the annual reunion United Con
ederate Veterans of South Carolina to
)e held at Greenville, S. C.. August
-8, 1902, the Atlantic Coast Line rail
'oad will give the following rate:
Fare from Manning to Greenville a
Lud return, $3.45. Tickets on sale Au
rust 5, 6 and 7; final limit, August 10. e
The Best Liniment for Strains.
Mr. F. H. Wells. the merchant at
)er Park, Long Island. N. Y., says: y
I always recommend Chamberlain's
'ain Balm as the best liniment for
trains. I used it last winter for a se
ere lameness in the side, resu.ting
rom a strain, and was greatly pleased
with the quick relief and cure it effec
ed." For sale by The R. B. Loryea '
)rug Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
Vacation time is here and the chil- n
ren are fairly living cut of doors.
['here could be no healthier place for
hem. You need only to guard against
he accidents incidental to most open
dir sports. No remedy equals DeWitt's r
With Hazel Salve for quickly stopping
)ain or cuts, scalds and wounds. "I
ised DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve for
ores cuts and bruises." says L. B. V
ohnson, Swift. Tex. It is the best
ernedy on the market." Sure cure for
iles and skin diseases. Beware of
ounterfeits. The R. B. Loryea Drug
Mother Always Keeps It Handy.
"My mother suffered a long time
rom distressing pains and general ill S
iealth due primarily to indigestion,"
ays L. W. Spalding, Verona, Mo. a
'Two years ago I got her to try Kodol.
he grew better at once and now, at a
he age of seventy-six, eats anything
he wants, remarking that she fears no
)ad effects as she has her bottle of II
odol handy." Don't waste time doc
oring symptoms. Go after the cause.
f your stomach is sound your health
vill be good. Kodol rests the stomach
Lnd strengthens the body by digesting
-oar food. It is nature's own tonic.
he R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,?
COUNTY OF CLARENDON. I
[o All Whom it May Concern:
Take Notice, that on the 5th day of
ugust, 1902, the undersigned duly
lected Trustees of " The Presbyterian
Jhurch at Manning." in said county
Lnd State, will apply to the Secretary
)f State for a Certificate of Incorpora
ion of the said church, with the right
hold property for religious purposes,
~tc., under the corporate name of 4"The
resbyterian Church at Manning."
JOSEPH F. RHAME,
J. T. STUKES,
W. E. DANIELS,
W. C. DAVIS,
July 30th, 1902.
UND FOOLISH. j
N THE PURCHASE OF
Paints, Oils &
reat care should be exercised that we are not
Penny Wise and Pound Foolish." In supply
g your wants for Paints it is
Not flow Cheap, But How Good.
Many considerations must be observed when
*ou obtain Paints:
WILL IT STAY PAINTED?
WILL IT BE DURABLE?
WILL IT RESIST EXPOSURE?I
WILL IT RETAIN ITS COLOR?
WILL IT PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY?
'or if it does not possess thesc requisites your
abor and money are spent in vain.
For many years we have had the pleasure of
upplying the people of Manning. Clarendon r]
Ld adjoining counties with PAINTS, OT.LS,
HITE LEAD, andt
LONiMAN & 11ARTINEZ
We have sold thousands of gallons of Paints
rnd Oil and in all that time we have never had
~ccasion to entertain a claim. General satis
action has been given and we have received 6
he mced of praise.
Many paints are put on the market: they e
ave their "little day and soon pass as a tale
hat is told," but
Longmnan & Martinez a
PREPARED PAINTS s
itand like a monument of strength, beauty and
lurability and age only enhances and sAidifies
The reputation of a Paint is not cren ted in a
lay: time tests all things and time tests the
'alue of Paints.
LONGMAN & MARTINEZ 1
3y strict methods, by non-adulteration. by onlyI
ising tirst grade products in the production of
heir Paints enjoy the patronage of the people
rom South Carolina to California. Our new
ossessions use their Paints.
We Have the Largest Paint Department
forth of Charleston and supply your every
ted. We carry constantly in stock:
PURE HARD OIL FINISHES.
and everything pertaining to thc needs of tihe
ouseholder and the painter.
We point with pardonable pride to the many
andsome churches. dwellings and stores paint.
LONGMAN & tIARTINEZ
aints that stay painted.
Information furnished in person and by letter.
Bcfore placing your orders for Paints it will
c greatly to your adv'antage to obtain prices.
tc., from us.
In Paint we simply lead: others follow.
SImitation is the sincerest tiattery."
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Proprietor,
-Sig'n of ho Y
' MANNINO, S. C. 4
M OUSE PAINT.
A Large Supply
~Rhame's Drug Store j&
FHE YOUNG MEN.
The young men of the town and county will be pleased to
now that we have now on hand about 150 dozen of the Famous
Curtis Collars and Cuffs,
cluding the latest styles in everything. It is useless for us to
.d that Curtis' C Brand Collars and Cuffs are the best and cheap
3t Collars and Cuffs, taking into consideration quality, that was
ver offered for sale in this town.
Try the Famous C BRAND COLLARS and CUFFS and you
,ill use no others.
e also have for your inspection a large and beautiful line of Neg
gee Shirts, including the very latest things on the markets.
We will also be pleased to serve you when you are in need of
ice Underwear, Fancy Hoisery, Suspenders and Garters.
We are making a special run on the TWENTIETH CENTURY
USPENDER, which has been strongly endorsed and recom
Lended by Mr. Joseph Sprott, cashier of the Bank of Manning.
Call and get a pair of the Twentieth Century Suspenders and
-e feel sure you will be pleased.
We would have you bear in mind that we carry a full stock of
baple and seasonable Dry Goods at all seasons of the year and we
re at this time making special sales and cut prices on all Spring
nd Summer lines.
Spring and Summer Goods must go now, if cut prices will
)ur Stock of Millinery
going now in many instances at less tnan cost. u you Wa-t a
ice cheap Hat here is the place to get it, as all Millinery must go.
Ve do not propose to carry one dollar's worth over, as old milli
ery is valueless to us next season.
Come and Get a
Nice Hat Cheap.
I. K. JENKINSON.
FMosllne Tobacc Marl.
Timmonsville is so far ahead of any market in the State in in
ounds, it is given up that she will lead the coming year with
ut a struggle. The (
s getting her share of the weed that comes to Timmonsville. F
'heir sales have been entirely satisfactory since their opening and F
weir customers go home happy, to come again and bring their
Try the PALMETTO and let R. F. Betts sell your tobacco,
ad Rob Tredway will see that every pound brings its full value. H
The PALMETTO has the best lights of any house in the
outhern tobacco section, and Rob Tredway is the most experi- G
need tobacco man in South Carolina.
We have every advantage that can be offered by any market
nd our warehouse promises to work hard for you on every occa- o.
ion. Give us a trial.
Yours for business,
TIMMoNSVILLE, S. C.
.nd have a few good Farm Horses and Mules on hand to dispose
f at close figures.
Also a lot of One and Two-Horse Wagons-the genuine old
ie F_ ake.___
Yes. we have the best line of BUGGIES on the market for
on to select from. Try one and be convinced.
MOWERS, (the best yet.)
b Rf eSELF-DUfIP RAKES,w
DISC HARROWS & Cultivators. tc
All of which will givc satisfaction and save time as well as
CONE TO SEE US.
W. P. IIA WKINS & Co.
We have placed on sale six dozen celebrated Shirt
Waist Corsets or Girdles made of fine White Batiste,
boned with Aluminun Steel-samples of Boning enclosed
for your inspection-that sell everywhere for $1, but we
offer them until all gone for the small sum of
. 50c Cash.
Also several dozen Straight Front Low Bust "W.
K." Corsets; regular 75c quality, for
All Summer Dress Goods cut deep to close out. Now
is your opportunity, while we sacrifice our profits, to get
Shoes and Oxfords
and everything that has any suggestion of summer to be
Smoved at a very cheap price for cash.
We have just received some of the prettiest styles in
China and Japanese Mattings
which we offer for sale at the most reasonable prices ever
heard of for such high class goods.
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E BUILDING OFPANAMA CANAL
ill be a great feat when accomplished. It will demonstrate how much more
rfectly organizations for carrying on great enterprises can be made in our
untry compared with others; it will also enable our ocean shipping to make
yages in half the time that now take months.
What the canal will do for our shipping a good Cook Stove will do in each
me and family; it will make it possible for the cooking to be done pleasantly
half the time that it can be disagreeably done on a poor one.
We sell the
arland and 0. K. Stoves and Ranges.
They are without doubt the best Stoves and Ranges built at moderate cost, -
the following description will show, but no description on paper can demon
ate their work.
They have Double and Locked Long Centers, Sectional Top Plate, Heavy
ttom Plate, Protected Damper Rod, Rods Mounted on outside. Accessible
ie Stopper, Cemented Top Oven Plate, Goose-Necked and Extended Back
e. Accelerating- Draft, Aluminumized Oven Doors, Oven Rack Plated with
Almost the same description will apply to the O. K. Stoves.
These Stoves are all built durable, strong and will wear well.
Below we name prices complete with Ware:
)ME GARLAND No. 8-8........................ $25.00
LRLAND, JR., No. 7......-.-..-----------------20.00
OOD GARLAND, JR., No. 7-4 D.................... 18.00
K. KING, No. 8-4-2...................... . ..... 22.00
K. PRINCE, No. 8-3--3.......... ................ 13.50
K. PRINCE, No. 7-0-3............................ 9.00
We are unable for want of space to name prices on our full line of Stoves.
e ask that you come and see them.
We are still selling the Blue Flame Oil Stove.
Very truly yours,
'tanning lardware Co.
...ook to Your Interest.
Here we are, still in the lead, and why suffer with your eyes when you
n be suited with a pair of Spectacles with so little trouble? We carry the
Celebrated IAWKES Spectacles and Glasses,
hich we are offering very cheap, from 25c to $2.50 and Gold Frames at $3
$. Call and be suited.
SW. M. BROCKINTON.
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