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Publishes All County and Town Of
MANNING, S. C., AUG. 13, 1902.
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. in. 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 wv.
S. I. Till's, next door to Rfigby's.
Labor Contracts for cotton picking
can be obtained at THE TIMES office.
The primary election comes off 26th.
Polls open at S a. m. and close at 4 p. in.
- Read Hon. J. E. Tindal's appeal for
contributions to the Hampton monu
Mr. M.M. Krasnoffafter a two months
stay in the Northern markets, has re
turned home ready for business.
Died last Saturday near Pine Grove
Mrs. Ali Ann Baker, widow of the late
Jno. W. Baker aged about 82 years.
The patrons of The Manning Grocery
Co., can get Fox River Butter and full
Cream Cheese on ice at all times.
When school opens please remember
Rhame's Drug Store can supply you
with Book Straps, Pencil Tablets or
anything you need in this line.
When well throw physic to the dogs:
when sick-. See advertisement in
another column. The R. B. Loryea
During an electric storm last Wed
nesday night, lightening struck the
office of D. W. Alderman Son's Co.,
setting it on fire and destroying it. The
books were saved.
The best physic - Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. Easy to
take. Pleasant in effect. For sale by
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M.
In the recent scholarship examina
tions held in Clarendon Misses Katie
Plowden, Athena Mellette and Maggie
McFaddin won the scholarships for
For Sale-A pointer dog puppy 7
months old, fine blood, untrained. Ap
ply to W. A. WARR, -
Wilson, S. C.
Several dozen sets of Buggy Harness
for our fall trade will come in this
week. This is the prettiest selection
of Harness that we have ever bought.
Legg, Hutchinson & Co.
We have a car of thirty Continental
Buggies and Surries that will be here
in a few days. We invite you to call
and see the prettiest line of Vehicles
ever shown in Manning. Legg, Hut
chinson & Co.
Mr. A. I. Barron has opened up a
sewing machine store next door to Dr.
Brockinton's, where he keeps a full line
of machines and supplies. He sells
standard machines on easy terms and
he will be glad to see his friends.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di
arrhoea Remedy has a world wide rep
utation for its cures. It never fails and
is pleasant and safe to take. For sale
by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac
-M. Loryea, Prop.
First bale of new cotton sold on Man
ning market for the season of .1902
was sold by Charlie Hamilton, tenant of
Mr. A. I. 'Barron and bought by Mc
Leod, Wilkins, King Co., for 8 1-16.
The bale weighed 570 lbs. Graded be
Mr. S. M. Reardon of Workman has
bought the house south of the Metho
dist church, and has moved into the
Thomas house. He is now a citizen of
our town where he proposes to work at
the carpenters trade. Mr. Reardona is
a first class mechanic.
Housekeepers will do well to lay in a
supply of Extract of Vanilla while it
can be bought at less than half the reg
ular price. During the month of Au
gust Rhame's Drug Store will sell you
six ounces for 25c. cash, and Extract of
Lemon, four ounces for 25c. Try it.
The County Executive Committee
mnet last Saturday; the attendance was
not large, and among the things done,
the committee put a stop to the prac
tice of candidates voting away from
their own clubs. A good thing we be
lieve. Let every fellow shinny on his
Wanted-Five young men from Clar
endon County at once to prepare for
Positions in the Government Service
Railway Mail Clerk's, Letter Carriers,
Custom House and Departmental
Clerks, etc. Apply to Inter-State Cor
res. Inst., Cedar Rapids, Ia. [52-8t
On the evening of August 21st in the
Institute hall, there will be an elocu
tionary entertainment given by the elo
cutionists, Misses M. J. Adams and M.
B. -Herbert, for the benefit of the W.
C. T. U. All who attend are promised
a pleasant evening. Adniission 10 cts.
Everybody come. Have a good time.
Help a good cause.
Henry L. Shattuck of Shelisburog,
Iowa, w'as cured of a stomach trouble
with which he had been afflicted for
years, by four boxes of Chamberlain's
Liver Tablets. He had previously tried
many other remedies and a number of
physicians without relief. For sale by
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M.
Misses M. Jean Adams and Mary
Bryce Herbert, State organizers of the
Woman's Christian Temperance Union,
will deliver addresses in the Institute
hail on the evening of the 20th of Au
gust at 8:30 o'clock. These ladies are
native South Carolinians, both splendid
elocutionists, and are devoted to the
cause they represent. All are invited
A new hardware store in Manning is
the latest among the business enter
prises. Mr. James F. Dickson has
opened up in one of the new stores
erected by the Levi estate and he pro
poses to ~keep everything that a first
class hardware store should. Mr. Dick
-son is a very worthy young man, known
to the people, and he has had several
years experience in the hardware bus
Mr. Henry Burgess and Miss Dee
Bradley were married Wednesday
night at the residence of the bride's
father, Judge I. W. Bradley, at Mayes
ville. The couples in attendance were
Mr. Copely Burgess and Miss Dayse
Bradley, Mr. Jas. Bradley and Miss
Cles Burgess, Mr. Alex Montgomery
and Miss Emma Mayes, Mr. C. D.
Cooper and Miss Lina Shaw. The hap
py couple left for the home of the
groom's father, Mr. Jim Burgess, at
Foreston, where they expect to stay
Mr. Sam Graham came to Manning
last Monday, and was very indignant
because no arrest had been made of
Junius Dickson, a negro whom Miss C.
A. Graham, his daughter, had sworn
out a warrant for, on the charge of
violating contract,. Magistrate You
had turned over the warrant for exe
cution to the sheriff on July 31st.. anc
so far as he was concerned his duty wa
performed. Miss Graham saw Dicksor
in her father's field with a gun in hi
hands after the warrant was issued
and he very insolently refused to givt
the path for her to pass. Mr. Gra
ham was confined to his bed at the time
or there would have been trouble. The
negro has i ot beeu arrested yet. anc
has with hi.n the keys to the house
that he was living in: about thre(
weeks ago he shot Calvin Hammet1
another negro, and he is regarded t
very bad fellow. Mr. Graham is ver.
much incensed, at what he regards in
difference on the part of the aut'o'ri
ties, and says he has appeafled to hi
attorney, and instructed him to se(
whether or not officers of the law car
not be forced to do their duty as tax
pavers have a right to expect, and i:
there is any redress for citizens whc
seek protection from the law and can
not get it from those charged with the
enforcement of the law. He propose:
to push this matter, because he feel:
that the sheriff has been derelict, anc
by this indifference, it might be the
cause of his having to take into his owr
hands the means of that protection
which he has a right to expect from-the
sheriff, who is being well paid by the
taxpayers of the county. Mr. Grahan
further says, no attempt had been mad;
to arrest Dickson up to last Friday.
Dickson he says, left his place on las1
Friday, went over to the Youman:
place, broke into Van Hardy's hous
and stole the rations, and is now said t<
be at Peter Monroe's on the Wither
spoon place where it is reported tha1
he says he dares anybody, white or
black to arrest him. Deputy Heriol
says he has made several searches for
Dickson and so far has failed to fine
"I Never Knew Pain Killer to Fail
before, what can the matterbe? Wher(
is the bottle? There, I thought so; it is
not Perry Davis' Painkiller at all, bul
something the druggist must have
made himself and I did not notice it
I have used Painkiller for years foi
diarrhoea, cramps and stoma5h ache:
and it never failed."
The Summer School Reception.
The citizens of Manning, aided by a
number of public-spirited ladies, ten
dered to the teachers attending the
summer school a reception last Wed
nesday evening at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. C. R. Harvin.
Nine o'clock was the hour set, in the
invitation, and many an anxious look
went skyward as the thunders rolled
overhead and the lightning in all man
nerof shapes shot through the depress
ed atmosphere. Sigh after sigh with
the hope that no rain would come, the
hour was approaching and the decora
tions in the yard and on the house were
lighted up. The scene was beautiful:
over the door as you entered was a
crescent-shaped transparency with the
word "Welcome' blazing from it.
The entire front of the residence was
festooned with varied colored Japan
ese lanterns, and these same pretty
decorations were dangling among the
majestic oaks in the front yard. Under
the trees chairs and settees were ar
ranged for the tete-a-tetes. When the
lanterns were lighted and the windows
and doors thrown open the scene pre
sented was a brilliant one.
The crowds gathered, about 200 ir
number, but were not permitted long
to look upon the entrancing scene with
out: the young folks had their disap
poinments in g'reat big bunches. T b
thunder rolled nearer and more omi
nous, and notwithstanding the oft re
peated wish for the lowering clouds t<
roll by, there came up a most drench
ing rain and ran everybody into the
hose and destroyed the illuminations.
Within, there was mirth, music and
merriment. Professor Shoemaker with
violin, accompanied by Miss Tiecher
with piano, mingled the sweetest o1
music with the sounds of voices. Lit
tle girls fhtted about serving' cream,
sherbet and cake: young ladies and
gentlemen chatted, that is some o1
them: there were others in corners for
getful of the presence of others, and
seemed to think the world was made u1]
for them alone. The married ladie:
kept their eyes well directed on theil
"hubbies," for there are few womer
that will trust a husband among a drove
of pretty teachers, they fear the pool
fellow, not being able to care for him
self, might get hurt; that is the excuse
given to us when we wanted to knov
why we wer~e being watche~l and fol
lowed. The married men -looked ir
upon the enlivening scene chewing
toothpicks and grinning, but they en
joyed themselves alright waiting to es
cort the wife and little ones home.
As soon as the guests arrived thi
writer, in behalf of the citizens and the
hostess, extend'ed greetings and intro
duced Hon. J. H. Lesesne, who made
very neat and appropriate speech o
welcome, after which there was a gen
era] minigling of the guests, and al
went as happy as a marriage bell.
-Ms Virginia Galluchat favored th4
company with several vocal selections
and Mrs. Shoemaker charmed us wit]
one of her recitations.
It was a very enjoyable occasion ani
one which is highly appreciated by thi
teachers. They feel honored by th<
attention and courtesy shown them anc
they shall always have a soft spot it
their hearts for the people of Manning
The reception was a grand success
and the ladies who managed the affaii
deserve much praise.
Shatters All Records.
Twice in the hospital, F. A. Gul
ledge, Verbena, Ala., paid a vast sun
to doctors to cure a severe case of piles
causing twenty-four tumors. When a]
failed, Bucklen's Arnica Salve soor
cured him. Subdues inflamation, con
quers aches, kills pains. Best salve it
the world. 25c. at The R. B. Lorye:
The executive committee at its re
cent meeting appointed itself a commit
tee to receive the State candidates or
the 20th. We suppose they will weal
badges and step high.
D. W. Alderman & Sons Co., throug]
Mr. E. D. Hodge, offered to carry fre<
of charge on their railroad all of thi
county candidates going to New Zior
on the 15th inst.,
Hon. J. E. Tindal eulogized in elo
quent terms the late General Wadi
Hampton, and a committee of three a
each club was appointed to solicit con
tributions for a monument.
The committee decided that candi
dates, and guards for the chaingang
shall not have any special privileges ii
the coming primary and must vot<
where their names are enrolled.
The county chairman will deliver th<
boxes to managers on the 20th. Ther<
should be no hitch about getting th<
election boxes. The managers mus
see that one of their number come fo:
Tell your friends to tu.rn out on the
26th, and vote for their choice, and pa
no attention whatever to reports
whether by telephone or toted aroun<
the county by some hireling.
The people might as well prepari
themselves to hear almost anything.
It Needs a Tonic.
There are times when your live:
needs a tonic. Don't give purgative
that gripe and weaken. DeWitt's Lit
tle Early Risers expel all poison fror
the system and act as a tonic to the
liver.' W. Scott, 531 Highland ave.
Milton. Pa., says: "I have carried De
Witt's Early Risers w'ith me for severa
years and would not be without them.
Small and easy to take. Purely vege
table. They never gripe or distress
The R B.nLra Drug Se.
- I man's past public and private life is t<
[.lnt for naught if some politicians ar<
to be heeded.
The people know the public and pri
vate characters of every candidate. an<
they are fully qualified to select
choice without paying any attention t<
a lot of hot wind that may be blowed of
by certain political gas machines.
Remember that any candidate wh
undertakes to destroy and tear dowr
another, is unworthy of the people's
support. A man entitled to respect an<
consideration is one who endeavors t<
show that he has something in his owi
make-up to appeal to the judgment o
the voters, and not be carried away b:
- the man's ability to misrepresent, vili
fy and abuse. The man who goes on
the stump to gratify spleen is not fit t<
represent an intelligent people.
A Necessary Precaution.
Don't neglest a cold. It is wors<
than unpleasant. It is dangerous. B:
using One Minute Cough Cure you can
cure it at once. Allays inflammation
clears the head, soothes and strength
ens the mucous membrane. Cures
coughs, croup, throat and lung trou
bles. Absolutely safe. Acts immedi
ately. Children like it. The R. B
Loryea Drug Store
This month, August, the Manning
Hardware Company has been before
the people of Clarendon county for five
years. .During these years it has made
customers over a wider range of terri
tory perhaps than any other institutior
of the kind in the County, it has beer
the aim and policy of its managemen
to build up a business with integrity
l for fair dealing that could not be quies
tioned. Its Success has been asurpris
to its ..est friends, and its managemen
is not without gratitude to its patron
whom they assure the same fair dealing
that has governed in the past.
Their position to cater to the want
of the public has improved with tim
and the past fivc years have enable
them to bring together just such goods
as are most wanted. Their buying
Pay spot cash for goods, always tak
1 per cent discount and all over they
Buy goods from every traveling man
who comes to the town representing
reliable firm, if he can deliver goods as
low as any other.
Buy goods in the State of Washing
ton or further away if they will deliver
at less rate than houses at home.
Give home houses the preference.
Get all classes of goods and sell fo
what they are worth and no more.
With rules like these and ability t<
carry them out its patrons are assurec
of only having to pay for whatthey get
A YOUNG LADY'S LIFE SAVED
At Panama, Colombia, by Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
Dr. Chas. H. Utter, a prominent phy
sician of Panama, Colombia, in a recen1
letter states: " Last March I had as a
patient a young lady sixteen years of
age, who had a very bad attack of dys
entery. Everything I prescribed for
her proved ineffectual and she was
growing worse every hour. Her pa
rents were sure she would die. She
had become so weak that she could no1
turn over in bed. What to do at this
critical moment was a study for me, bul
I thougut of Chamberain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy and as a las1
resort prescribed it. The most wonder
ful result was effected. 'Within 'eighi
hours she was feeling much better, in
side of three days she was upon her
feet and at the end of one week was en
tirely well." For sale by The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea:
Managers of Primary Election.
Office Democratic Executive
Committee Clarendon County."
-Manning, S. C., August 13, 1902.
Under authority of the County Dem
ocratic Executive Committee, I hereb)
give official notice of the appointment!
of managers to conduct the primar.
election to be held August 26th, 1902
at the respective Democratic clubs ir
Clarendon county. Polls to be open al
8 o'clock a. m. and close at 4 o'clock p
m. Each voter will vote two tickets it
separate boxes: one ticket will contair
the names of candidates for State offi,
ces, and one ticket will contain the
names of caudidates for Congress anc
for county offices. On the ticket con
taning the names for county offices th<
voter must vote for three candidate!
for the Legislature and one candidatE
for every other office. 'A copy of thE
rules governing the primary will b<
furnished the managers. Candidates
must vote at the club where theii
names have been enrolled at least fivE
days before the election.
The following are the managers:
Alcolu -Isaac B Bagnal, J Rt Hodge
EBlack'JRiver-W I Hudnal, Rt D Tim.
mons. E 3 Tindal.
Clarendon-S E Ingram, J S Plow
den, W W Brailsford.
Cross Roads-J F Richbourg, J E
Billups, Rt J Carrigan.
Davis Station-W Rt Dingle,R F Hor
ton, J E Graham.
- ouglas-A J Hicks, J Smith, J Y
Doctor Swamp-I N Tobias, G C
Thames, Elliot Frierson.
Fore',on-C S Land. T L Bagnal,..
Forestu'i Reform-C T Ridgeway,
C Johnson, J D Black well.
Fork-J C karvin, W M Davis, R I
-Fulton-H Arthur Brailsford, L 2
Graham, H B PRchardson, J'.
Gibbon's Mill- -D N Gamble, Rt F
Green, TJ Gibbon.
1New Town-E J Kennedy, Jess<
Chandler, W J W.orsham.
SPinewood-P H Broughton, J I
Broadway, B D Griffin.
Panola-W E Felder, C W T'M'v
Paxville-E M Bradham. .
J W Nims.
-Summerton-J A Richbourg, J I
Tennant, Henry A Rtichbourg.
Silver-D F Mahoney, A M Felder
H S Briggs.
Harmony-J M Montgomery, J C
Plowden, H L B Hodge.
Jordan-P M Mitchum, C. H Brad
e. Rt C Plowden.
Mianning-P B Mouzon, A Weinberg
J H McKnight.
Manning Farmers' Platform-W M
Johnson, F C Thomas, E B Gamble.
Midway-H M McIntosh, J S Evans
S E McFadden.
New Zion-Rt S Fleming, T M Beard
W E Lavender.
SWhite-P E Ridgewvay, Sr, W S An
derson, W C White.
J. ELDERT DAVIS,
All Were Saved.
"For years I suffered such untol<
misery from bronchitis," writes J. H
Johnston of Broughton. Ga., "'that of
ten I was unable to work. Then, whei
everything else failed, I wvas wholl;
curedl by Dr. King's New Discovery fo:
1Consumption. My wife suffered in
tensely from asthma, till it cured her
Sand all our expei ance goes to show it i.
' the best croup medicine in the world.'
A trial will conavince you it's unrivalet
for throat and lung diseases. Guaran
teed bottles 50c and $1. Trial bottle;
free at iTR. B. Loryea Drug Store.
- Attention! Clarendon Rifles.
3The members of the Clarendon Rifle;
,living in town will appear at the cour
house at '7 o'clock p.' m. each Friday
Those men living in the country tha
'cannot attend on above date will appea:
- at same place at 5 o'clock each Satur
.day to drill until further orders.
Veterans, Take Notice.
The survivors of Company "l" 26th
South Carolina Regiment. will hold
their annual reunion at Cole's Mill,
Clarendon county, on August 23rd inst.
The public is cordially invited to at
tend with well-filled baskets.
T. T. TRULUCK. r
W. H. FLOYD, Chairman.
Pyny-Balsam Relieves Right Away
and makes a speedy end of coughs and colds.
Mistake In the Programme.
"She married him to reform him."
"And what was the result?"
"She wishes she had reformed him
to marry him."-Chicago Post.
His Sight Threatened.
"While picnicking last month my 11
year-old boy was poisoned by some weed
or plant," says W. H. Dibble of Sioux
City, Ia. He rubbed the poison off
his hands into his eyes and for awhile
we were afraid he would lose his sight.
Finally a neighbor recommended De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. The first
application helped him and in a few
days he was as well as ever." For skin
diseases, cuts, burns, scalds, wounds in
sect bites, DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve
is a sure cure. Relieves piles at once.
Beware of counterfeits. The R. B.
Loryca Drug Store.
'Tommy," said the schoolteacher to
Tommy Taddells, ".what do you under
stand by the term 'high explosives?"
"Sky rockets, ma'am," replied Tom
Just Look at Her.
Whence came that sprightly step,
faultless skin, rich, rosy complexion,
smiling face. She looks good, feels
good. Here's her secret. She uses Dr.
King's New Life Pills. Result, all or
gans active, digestion good, no head- (
aches, no chance for " blues." Try
them yourself. Only 25c. at The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store.
A Ghastly Joke.
Raynor-Yes, I believe in ghosts. I
have seen at least one in my life.
Shyne-Well, I have never seen any.
You have a shade the best of me.-Chi
I Know One Sure Remedy -
for an obstinate cold. Its name is Pyny-Balsam.
Under the rules of the State Demo
cratic Executive committee, presidents
and secretaries of clubs must inspect
club rolls at least five days before the
primary, certify to county chairman
and turn one over to managers as a
J. ELBERT DAVIS,
to the Dogs ;
PURCHASE YOUR PHYSIC FROM
THE LEADING DBUG STORE OF
And you will have the satisfaction of taking
Firist Grade Medicines,
Skillfully, Promptly. .
We carry the largest line of
In Clarendon County.
In this community it has almost become a N
proerb. "If you cannot get It anywhere else
you will find it at
" The Sign of the Golden flortar."
And why? Because we use our best endeavors
usiness cal f or, and w hat the Physica nd
the are always entirely at the service of the
during the day or at midnight, your wants are
attended to Promptly. Cheerfully and Courte
ously. The same applies to Sundays, and no
one need hesitate to call upon us whether our
We he alway el ra commanding influence
Twenty-Eight Years sae
The A. B. Loryea Drug Store, tei
Sign of the Golden Mortar, te
qurng Medicines the people acan bedepended rl
upn knon nee oo thig when they see~it.
'A eninnee o Mdiine cllatToba
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Proprietor,
sign of the ad
Golden Mortar, that
I ~MANNINC, S. C. Js
PuHONE NO. 2. por
gg"Mail Orders receive immediate attention.
SPARTANBURG, S. C. D
i. N. SNYDER, 11. A., President.
Full College Cours.es. Favoratble surround- L
ecer bexfpen frm $160 to $175 for the
year. For catalogue or other information, ap
pl oJ. A. GAMEWELL, Secretary. __
Elegant new building. Careful attention to
individual student. Board and tuition for year.
$110 All information given M.Dy RE
A Large Supply
... AT... NOne
RHAXE'S DRUG STORE,
SUMMERTON, S. C.
iPencil Tablets, &c., i
SRhame's Drug Store
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure 1
-Digests what you eat.
T H E JENKINSON DRY GOODS
STORE stands out prominently as
the largest distributor of
FINE DRESS SHOES,
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
of any house in this county.
WHAT HAS DONE IT?
Nothing but Square Dealings, Honest
Goods, Justice to all, doing to others as
we would have them do to us.
Our Fall Stock
-ill be the largest we have ever shown,
containng all of the latest Novelties in
Our Miss Coppedge
S Is now in the Northern markets, where
she is studying the styles and buying up
our stock of
Fall and Winter
S Our great Millinery and Dress Goods
Opening this Fall will eclipse all others. r?'
Thanking the people for the splendid
patronage they have always given us,
thing But Satisfactio
EOP.ES TOBACCO WAREHOUSE.
for the past Te ay s upon their floor, and the farmers
case are well pleased with the splendid prices they get:
the outset the People's Tobacco Warehouse Company s~
ewsoud g to none inthe State and they feel that thyh
ded in establishing a splendid market for the sale of Li
cco in the town. Farmers, let the
te yusa tcc for yu, they will get the best prices fory
ou get justice in every sense of the word, and when we a
CE we mean all that the word Justice implies..
banking you, yes, thrice thanking you for the splendid si
you are giving us, we remain
ae a few good Farm Horses and Mules on hand to disp<
\Aso a lot of One and Two-Horse Wagons-the genuine old
cs. we have the best line of BUGGIES on the market.:
o select from. Try one and be convinced.
~MOWERS, (the best yet.).
~fll~l~ SELF=DUJ1P RAKES,
~ DISC H ARROWS & Cultivatoi
A1 of which will give satisfaction and save time as well
COME TO SEE US.
. P. H AWKINS & C(
J. F. DICKSON'S
New Hardware Store
You will find a complete line of Steam Fittings, such as
you need: Pipe, Belting, Inspirators, Jenkins' Valves of
all kinds. Lace-Leather and Oils of the best grade to
make your machinery run light. Can thread your pipe,
from t-inch to 2 inches, at little cost. All of this mate
rial is to be sold at little margin.
do yourselves justice by looking over my stock before
-I also carry a full and well assorted stock of
Buggy and Wagon Material
of the best grade.
Inspect my line of Stoves, whose recollection of qual
ity remains long after the price is forgotton.
LJ. F-. DIOCKSON,
'Phoine No. 4. Next to Levi's.
Has been the dream of mankind for ages, to pioduce it and cope with nature.
Men have racked their brains to madness and doomed themselves to a living
t death. Moral: Do not attempt the impossible.
You may as well attempt to produce perpetual motion as to get god results
from a poorly made, cheap cook stove, and many a housekeeper has en driven
to the verge of madness in attempting it. Use the experience of others, get the
Garland -and 0. K. Stoves and Ranges
are in more homes than any other. The following description will tell you why:
They have Double Locked Long Centers, Sectional Top Plates, Heavy Bot
tom Plates, Protected Damper Rods, Rods Mounted on outside. Accessible
Flue Stopper, Cemerted Top Oven Plates, Goose-Necked and ExtendedBack
Flue. Accelerating Draft, Aluminumized Oven Doors, Oven Rack Plated with
Almost the same description will apply to the O. K. Stoves.
We name prices below complete with ware:
GARLAND, JR., No. 8-8.......................... $25.00
GARLAND JR., No. 7 .......................---.--------- - 20.00
WOOD GARLAND, JR., No. 7-4 D....................18.00
O. K. KING, No. 8-4-2............................ 22.00
0. K. QUEEN. No.. 8-i.....................--. .-------- 15.00
0. K. PRINCE, No. 8-3-3........................... 13.50
0. K. PRINCE, No. 7 3..................-------.--* .
We are, for want of space, unable to name prices on our full line. We ask
~that you come and see them.
Very truly yours,
IManning Hardware Co.
ge L'AST APPEL
i ToS Seli Summer Goods.
jul The time for selling goods that have summer
suggestions will soon be a thing of the past, for it
ouwill be but a few weeks now till we will be talking
it P44 to you about our magnificent stock of Fall and
ay Winter Goods.
Our buyer is now in New York, Baltimore and
:3 Philadelphia adding bargains to our already long
list that has commenced to arrive.
The old Reliable, as you well know, is well ac
quainted with the best wholesale houses on the
Northern markets and the time spent up there
means scores of dollars saved on the things that
Syou will soon need to buy.
It is always our rule to share what we buy cheap
Swith our customers. That is when we buy a thing
a j cheap you will get it likewise low down.
All Summer Dress Fabrics for almost a song to
clean up and make room for new goods.
They go at your own price.
>eEmbroideries and Laces. cheap for cash.
We hav e the biggest job of
.this side of Baltimore, bought 50 per cent cheaper
than the best cheap prices and that makes them
75 per cent below our neighbors' prices. Come in
.and sethis line of Pants before they are all gone.
or Remember what we have for you in the Fall
or line and always come to see us and it will make
your dollars have
$1.50 PURCHASING POWER.
Old.. A.. RuGBY.