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Ihe atUmnIing ?im~s.
Publishes All County and Town Of
MANNING. S. C.. SEPT.. 24, 1902.
Great Annual Sale At The Jenkinson Dry
Goods Store Frem Sept. 25 to Oct. 25.
500 pairs Ladies Pebble zraiu and
Lace Shoes to run off at 73c per pair.
50 dozen pair Linen Hemstitched
Ladies Handkerchiefs 13 by 13 inches
in size only 5c each.
100 dozen pair Linen Huck Towels
20 by 40 inches in size only 20c each or -
35 per pair.
5000 yards 2: inches wide very ,,,o(o
quality only 3ic the yard.
50 doz. ladies Jersey Ribbed Cotton
Lndervest at I5e each at 25e per pair.
The greatest bargains in gent's and
childrens Clothing ever shown in Man
5000 yds Calico at 41c the y. 5000
yds yard wide Hompsun at 4c the yd.
5000 yds of the famous Royal Blue
Calico's at Sc the yd that you can't buy
elsewhere for less than Gi.
If you need anything in Dry Goods
Shoes, Clothing, -Millinery or first class
goods or anything in house furnishing
goods you should not fail to attend this
W. E. JENKINSON.
-" Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MUST be in t
this office by Saturday Noon in order to
insure publication the following week. 1
Manning Street Car Schedule.
Leave Central'Hotel corner 9:00 a. m. and 6:.5
p. m. for the passenger trains, and the car wil
also meet the freight trains. Arrangenent
have been made with the agent at depot to tele -
phone when freight trains are approachin:
Fare. 10 cents each war.
Died last Wednesday at St. Paul, I
Mrs. Susan E. Brunson, aged 73 years.
Hon. R. S. DeSchamps recently nomi
nated Representative was in Manning 1
Miss Corinne DuRant of Rome is vis
iting her brother Hon. Jno. S. Wilson
Mr. Hillie DuRant and Captain Bal
loon of Black Mingo are visiting friends 1
Mr. Claude Lesesne, bookkeeper at
Levi Brothers Sumter spent last Sun
day night in Manning.
Mr. John G. Slaughter and his bride
have arrived in Manning and they are
living at Mrs S. A. Nelson's.
Mrs. E. C. Alsbrook has moved to I
Columbia for the winter, where her
children will attend college.
Died yesterday afternoon at Summer
ton. Blanche, seven year old daughter
of Mir. and M1rs. W. L. Brunson.
Constable C. F. Jenkinson has been
transferred to the division .of which
Captain Sellers is Chief, with head
quarters at Florence'.
The M1anning street car company C
want to extend its car line up .Brooks
street. A petition to council hasf
already been signed asking that the
privilege be granted.
Died last Saturday at his home near a
Workman, M1r. I. J. Tomlinison aged
about 40 years. The funeral took placei
Sunday at M1idway. Rev. James Mle- c
Dowell conducted the service.I
Died at New Zion last Saturday Mliss
Lizzie Lavender aged about 18 years. a
daughter of M~r. W. E. Lavendar. The
funeral took place at New Zion Sunday.
Rev. W. A. Whitak-er conducted the
Last Saturday the town of Mlanning1
had all the appearances of a busy mart.
and our merchants realized a big day's
trade. It is estimated that the salesI
over the counters were over $3000.
This does not include credit sales nor
barter sales, but the simon pure cash.
M1r. John Corbett of New Zion was I
in town last Mlonday, and showed us I
his account-sales of this place and those ,
of Timmonsville, and the showing was,
that he got eight dollars more for his
tcbacco in M1anning than he got in
One of the busiest stores in town is
Krasnoff's New Idea. He is a stock
mover sure. M~r. Krasnoff claims he
is in position to sell clothing and shoes
as cheap as other merchants _can buy
them on the market. There is always
somthing doing in his store. Read his
The managers of the primary election
are entitled to pay, and the county'
chairman has the money in hand to pay
them. We hope they will collect this
money soon, as we have a claim which
cannot be~paid until the managers get
their money; so you see managers we
We reproduce in this issue a com
munication from Col. D. W. Brailsford
in last MIonday's News and Courier.
There is ground for his complaint but
how are you going to hielp it, withoutt
or anizationl on the part of the farmers.t
Al' such evils can be remedied if ther
farmers will go at it right.
The trustees of school district 17 at a
meeting held last Friday decided to sellt
the New Castle and Wayside school(
houses, and build a first class modern
school house, and provide it with up-to
date equipment. This is a step in thei
right direction, and we wish the peo
ple of New Town much success in their I
efforts to encourage education in their
If the merchants of this town are go
ing to sit on logs with their mouths
wie open and wait urntil the rail road
commission bin. comes along and drops
in a rate on cotton equal to Sumter,
they are liable to die of lock-jaw. If
theyr want to get this rate they must a
show that they are alive, and can ask
for their rights like men who want toi
build up and hold a trade that a com- 1
petitive market is trying to take away.
Do you want to paint your house'.a
L. B.' Dullant wants the peol~le to
know that he has secured a line oft
paints which he can guarantee. Do
you want a set of har'ness? L. B. Du
ant has a line unexcelled in any city.
This is the largest hardware establish'
m~ent between here and Atlanta. itr
carries a full line of crockery. house
hold, and kitchen utensils and an ele- 3
gant line of stoves and ranges. haid- I
ware, cutlery, guns and sportsmen sup- s
plies. Oh: go to see Duliant in Snm- e
It is not at all necessary for us to sa
a word for the Levi Brother's in Sumn
ter, their advertisements speaks more
eloquently than we can. They are
urging the farmers to get together.
and they promise to stick to them.
The Levi Brothers are without a doubtr
headquarters for farmers: they paiy full s
prices for cotton. and the farmers car- I
ry it to them knowing before they start I
from home that full maiket value e
awaits them. Their stock of mierchan
dise was never so large and they are e
selling goods as cheap as any hiotuse in ai
the State. They are next to the Court r
C)1~1 -ll di-toriat ta. ic I: -.me-j~t'
tonrs alv\ertisule t of the Sunucct"I 1)ry'
013tloods Comanv\. a co:1Incne kn1owno
.iimos cve V \voman in dais part of the r
state. i Is on. of the e ud.'smntest 1
tores in South Carolinal its front win- c
lows are .,inwy ir eleant. This comnpa- .
iv cary 't remendous .tock of every
l'nr in the iry goods line. and their s
irs oods depa'rtment hasi- become fa
nou. It is a department sitre where e
1 house can be furnished and a ily a
in he sutplied. When ol go to Sum- 1
cr do not fail to pay this :o'e a vst. a
Not Doomed For Life.
"I w-a treated for three yc.r by1
ood doettrs." writes V. \. C
leCounells lle. l ,0.. "fo il e I s. aid r
'istulabut. when all failed, Iicklcu's '
ruica Salv cured me in two week,."
ires Bun''-. lruises. Cuts. Corn,: m'.s I
rIuptions. Salt Iaeum. Nt~vor tno ,.
av Sc at The 1t. B. Lotryca trug
We men are always lookinr out for n
he --newest" and the "nobbiest.
next door to the famous Sumter Dry
;oods Company is the elegantly ap
ointed clothing establishmeut of
dessrs Stubbs & Cuttino. voting. wide
.wake, and anxious to sell goods i
his new irm. They have fi:ted up
heir store with a view to attract and
o show goods. and they are doing it
oo. They carry a large line of cloth
n' and enut's furnishings and it will
ay you to go to see them. When yo.
teed a suit of clothes you can he web
upplied by Stubbs and Cuttino.
Lingering Summer Colds.
Dan't let a cold run at this season.
;ummer colds are the hareest kind to
ure and if neglected may linger alon
or months. A long siege like this t
ill null down the strugest constitution.
)ne Minute Cough Cure will break up
he attack at once. Safe. sure. nets at
>ce. Cures coughs. colds. croup.
ronchitis. all throat and lung troubles.
['he children like it. The I. B. Lorvea
The little jogging we gave our mer- t
hants last week about the lethargy of I
he cotton market had the efTeet of f
uickening the puises and the restt
cas. that ever since the cotton market c
as been jam1 pl) to Sumter every day. c
Ve have had the assurance from cotton
>uyers that through the balance of the p
eason Manning will keep in close e
ouch with the Sumter market. The e
tiiTerence in the freight rate bet xveen r
tere and Sumter is so small that our 1
armers will find it will not pay to haul a
hat distance to save it. and of course t
rill bring their cotton here. t
Water Cure for Chronic Constipation. o
Take two cups of hot water half an
our before each meal and just before [
oing to bed. also a drink of water. hot r
r cold. about two hours after each I
eal. Take lots of outdoor exercise-v
calk. ride, drive. 'Make a regular i
abit of this and in many cases chronic i
onstipation may be cured without the T
se of any medicine. When a purga-t
ive is required take something mikl
nd gentle like Chamberlain's Stamach
.nd Liver Tablets. For sale by The
1. B. Loryea Drug Store Isaac M. Lor
Jenkinson is with us this issue with i
.half page advertisement, and we e
cant the readers of this paper to note 1:
he prices he quotes. No one can con-e
eive the immensity of Jenkinson's
tock until they go and see it. This
ride-awake merchant has the reputa- ~
ion in the commercial marts. of being i
ne of the best, buyers they come in g
ontact with and his selections displayv
.rs class judgment. because he sells
that he buys. One of the main secrets
a the mercantile business is to know a
that the popleI want, and this MIr. C
enkison has mastered. Notwith.. t
tanding the fact that Jenkinson has t
le largest store in town he had to go s~
ntside to stow away p~art of his stock. l
Iis millinary and dress making depart- U
ents are the busiest place.in town.i
Baware of the Knife.
No profession has advanced more a
apidly of late than surgery, but it I
hou not be used except where abso
atelv necessary. In cases of piles for
xample. it is seldom needed. DeWitt's
Vitch Hazel Salve cures quickly and I
ermanently. Unequalled for cuts.,
urns, bruises. wounds, skin diseases.
tecept no counterfeits. "I wasi soil
roubled with bleeding piles that I losit1o
auch blood and strength. iay J. C.u
>hilis5. Paris, Ill. "De\\itts W~itch C
azel Salve cured me in a short time "
ooths and heals. The 11 D. Lor'ca a
There is nothing like ma'king a( rep
tation and then holding it. David J.
handler the clothier, is the oldes.t in
he business in the city of Sumter. IHe
s now where he started in the old
Wirn store. " and by his honorable
ealings. he has merited a ieptutat ion.
chich extends far and wide. No man
'e bought an article from the cloth-.
g store of D. .1. Chandler_. and went
way dissatisiied. or that it was mis- A
emresented. This is the secret of!
handler's success. He never deceivea.
f an atrticle turs out bad. he wvants
oi to return it. and he will settle the
cote with those from whom he bought.
so ustomer of his shall be the loser.
las he a stock'. WVell go and see. and
o will say vou never saw a betut.
*arety any where.c
Certain Cure for Dysentery and Diarrhoea.
"Soe varsago I was one of a partyr
ha nene aigalong bicycle n
rip" says F. L. Taylor. of New Alba- Is
y, Bradford County. Pa. "I was taken (I
uddenly with diarrhoea, and was about
o give up the trip, when editor Ward.
*f the Laceyvi.lle Mlessenger. suggested e
hat I take a dose of Chamberlain's f
'olic Cholera and Diarrhoca R emedy- v
purchased a bottle and took two does, s
ne before starting and one on the
'oute. I made the trip ucessfully
rid never felt any ill e.eet. -\'ai
tst. summer I was almost comltely
un down with an attack of dysen atey
boght a bottle of this same' rmedy 1.
ad this tune one 'lose curedl ie. Sold I
y The B. B. Lotryea Drur Store. isaae t
I. Lorea, Priop.
Remebter we will niot carry delin
ents after October 1st. We cannot
iTord it. Those who want our paper
hould realize that it cost money to geti
Sout. We know there are somec pico- f
he who are peirfectly good who per- I
ait themselves to gct in arrears. nut
bese people have no idea how; it
,reCsses'us to raise money to keep them
ppled. w..ith au newspapier. Ten
here is ai dead beat class, who take the
taner' as- long- a- it wi lbe sent withot
bouer. and h ivt1 is. stoppe)d they go
bout 'abui.n the edittor and his paper.
Se hav e been very initulg'entr and otr
ead.-ers. shiould inow comec forwvard and
how th atppreciation v. our~ leniency.
\ e need rioney, vand yotu owve it to us.
is. n honie-.t eb. an~d the aimotinti
ma.1. if all wh~o arc in at-rears wvill S
oimie and payv up. i: wil 11u~t thits news1
aor in a poititon ti d htiatile fur the
top an 'int this day andi ttimi tie
:h'hic in -sympthy wi ithi tham. -
A Sad Dissapointmnent.
I neect i-e meutecine is a d isani oinat
trinan 'bre the ' id-i ofth
'tomachi and ho' l, DIit L t.
re etOie to tlee. c tre hi lie' I
e. torp00id lit.r and pril evet -vetr.s
h P b Lr-v-t nm'' ',to a
liY last' \V-nesiday at the age of
bom ; , vem-S at his home in New
,('n. \nierson Bovkin. a highly
Sspe: itizen. and a man whosC
oim'ital i was unbounded. The de
ei-ed ha'd been an invalid for many
ears, with a malady which bailled the
iof physicians. lIe was. before
tricken, a tail iaiulsomne man, erect
iti a soldiery bearing, black piercing
ves. and a long blowing beard as black
s a ravens wing. The hand of allic
ion was laid upon him and he became
s helpless is a child. Ilis tall figure
ooned, and his flesh turned hard and
ad every appearance of being ossified.
started in his hands and then spread.
'rough all of his illness he bore his
ondition heroically, and although
1-alizing that he was gradually going
own, lie was cheerful. his devoted
-ife was ever at his side, and through
er affectionate ministrations he re
ived every attention that love and
indnesscould devise to ameliorate his
andition. The funeral took place
iiursday and l1ev. P. B. Wells-of MIan- t
inc condncted the service.
Mr. Editor-Allow me to speak a few
ords in favor of Chamberlain's Cough
remedy. I sui ered for three years t
-ith) the bronciitis and could not sleep I
t nights. I tried several doctors and
arions patent medicines, but could get
othing to give me any relief until my
ife got a bottle of this valuable medi
in. whicl has completely relieved
e -W. S. Brockman. Bagnell. Mo.
his remedy is for sale by The 11. B.
.orvea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea.
What we had to say last week about
is cotton market did not fall upon
caf ears. and we are sure it will have
Lie desired effeet. One of the buyers
pproached us last 'Monday night and
the course of our talk he assured ts
at he is doing all in his power to in (
uec cotton to this market. that. he is i
ayiug full market price. considering
he small difference in freight rates be
een here and Sumter. He further
.Lvs. it is to his interest to induce cot
i to come here because the more
ales he buys the more money he makes
)r himself. This buyer claims that in
taking public his "limit" he gives it
ut to merchant and farmer alike, with
ut the slightest discrimination. The
entieman referred to. has much ex
erience in cotton buying,. and he
laims that there are "-knockers" on
very market. and it is the hardest
tatt'er in the world to prevent com
lain ts: for instance, if a merchant pays
debtor more than the market value
at high price goes out as the market.
ien when another farmer sells for the
ash and receives a lower price he goes
ut and hits the market. In the opin
>n of this buyer 'Manning as a rule is
iving the price as close to Sumter as c
a freight rates will permit. but if the
erchants really want to build up this
arket they must do as is done else
-here, buy cotton with a view to draw
g trade. and not with a view to mak
ig a direct protit out of the cotton.
he more cotton sold here, the more
'ade, and the more trade, the more
Josh Westhafer. of Loogootee, Ind..
a poor man. but he says he would
ot be without Chamberlain's Pain
aim if it cost five dollars a bottle, for S
saved him from being a cripple. No (
xternal application is eqtual to this .
niment for stiti and swellen joints,
ntracted muscles, stiff neck, sprains
d rheumatic and muscular pains. It
as also cured numerous cases of partial
aralsis. it is for sale by The R. B.
orya Drug Store, Isaac M1. Loryea, 1
We have an or-dinance in this townc
alnst Sunday selling, and it is strictly:
a forced, antd wh ile we have no objec-I
on to the otdinance, wve do object1
the inconsistency. If a man has
.cknss in his family and wants a few
mons or a little ice, he cannot get it.
n Sundav's without tirst getting a
erit from the authorities, but if he
-ants to take a frolic, he can go to a
very stable anai hire a horse and bug
and "splurge" about town. So far
we are concerned it makes no differ
ace. but when "Blue laws'' are enact
d, fairness requires consistency. If
, is wrong to sell a little ice or a few
ions on Sunday,' it is doubly worse to
i~e out horses that should be resting.
E it is a desecration of the Sabbath to
tl a necessity on Sunday, it is an out
igeous sin and damnable in the sight
God to force beasts of burden to
make money on Sunday by hiring them
Lit. We iake no professions of reli
ion. but wve have too much respect,
ad honor too highly, those wvho doi
neerely profess religion, to require of l
ose we emp~lov their labor on Sunday.
lone many cover~ a multitude of sins so
tr its this'earth is concerned. but men
e c-annot keep the ve il of hypocrisy 1
'om melting wheni the lamnes of hell
me in contac with it, and then the I
ickedness so slyly' covecred on this
arthi will be exposed in all of its hor'
bleness. Town cotincil, if you will
av-e a Sunday law le t it cov-er the
jtust anid unjust aikeL.' The sinner
id the saint, the Pharisee, and the 1
ublican. If it is wvrong to work thy
man-sevant on Sunday, it is equally I
-rong to work thine ox or thine ass.
Take Care of the Stomach.
The man or woman whose digestion
erfect and whose stomach performs
.s every function is never sick. Kodol i
inses. lurities and sweetens the(
onmach andti cureS p)ositively and per
tanently all stomach troubles. indiges- I
on and' dyspc-psia. It is the wvonderhul(
eoustructive tonic that is making so
anv sick p~eople well and weak people I
:rong by c-onveying to their bodies all.
fthe noureshmnent in the food they
at. I1er. J1. H. Hlolladay, of Holladay.
liss., vrites: Kodol has cured me. I
:sider it the best remedy I ever used
>r dvspepsia and stomach troubles. I
-as 'given up) by physicians. Kodol
ived my life. Take it after meals.
he 1I. B. Lot-yea Drug Store.
W. F. M. S. District Meeting.
The annual meeting of the Woman's j
oregn \lissionar~y Society of Sumter
strit conve-nedl in Bethel church.
swgo circuit. Sept.. 11th., at S o'clock.
. m. The attendance wvas very good.
'ric ofleers and 14 delegates respon
edto i)1l call. The meetings were
iteusly intr-esting fronm beginning
n'and Id trust we all will endeavor
Sdo nor e for amissions than ever be
ire. We feeli- indebted to those good
enpe fo the-ir kind hospttality.
Nns. WV. G. KING.
To- Wasigtont and return SI0.00.
T o Ncw Y ork and return $i20.00.
ie Atlamntic Coast Line wvill sell
>uu~d tri tickets from Sumter to
hin-gton and New York at figures
-,mied.I Tickets w-ill be ptlaced on sale
etober 3r-d. 4th. 5th. and fith., good
return until Octiober 15)th. 1902. .
Ticts to WXashing~ton will permit
i-ovr- ont going or return tip andi
aal limit Novemb er 3rd by depositing1
k-t witna thle Joint Agecnt at Wash
i2o2, ant upon p-aymi-nt of fifty (50)
tts. for furtheriii linformattin sece
.2ei.ii \\teli WX. .1. Ul.lA IG.
Gei.neral Passenger Agent 1
Wilmington. N. C.
"ivFortune Favors A Texae.1
aand stomtach,. and being without
vot ite. I began to use I1)r. Ki ng's
i-w Life Pills."' write-:: W. P. White
ed. of IKennt-dale. Tex., "and soon
-it like a new man.m" Infallible in _
omach and liver t roubles. Onlyv 25e
Ikead Till's ad this week.
S. I. Till's, next door to ligby's.
Come to Till's Store Thursday. Fri
lay and Saturday.
Buy your Hat from S. I. Till, he has
he biggest assortment.
Millinery Opening at S. I. Till's
Chursday, Friday and Saturday.
Labor Contracts for cotton picking
an be obtained at THE TIMES office.
A grand opportunity to buy goods
.heap at Jenkinson's great annual fall
Don't fail to see our line Cf carriages
Lnd Double Buggies. Legg, Hutcn
uson & Co.
For Sale-500 acres of first class to
>acco land. For information apply at
When you buy goods from S. I. Till,
-ou pay for what you buy and nothing
S. I. Till is known far and wide as
he high price BREAKER and low
At Jenkinsons' you will find 5000
ards very good Homespun 27 inches
ide only 34c the yard.
Our Millinery Opening Thursday and
riday. Come all. D. Hirschmann,
text door to postoffice.
Don't buy your Hat until you go to
. I. Till's, he has the biggest assort
nent. and a New York trimmer.
We do not have to sell goods at a
sigh price to make up for some body's
>ad account. S. I. Till's next Rigby's.
Save your hay crop by buying a
'hampion Mower and hay rake, noth
ng to equal them. Legg, Hutchinson
The finest Box Paper that can be
iad, in the latest styles, at Venning's
fewelry Store. Also Tablets very
Remember that Jenkinson is carry- =
ng one of the largest stocks of Gent's
d children's clothing of any house in
Millinery is one of our strong lines
ye have the Hats, we have the right
)rices and a fine Trimmer. S. I. Till
ext to Rigby's.
We have a large shipment of Red
lust Proof Seed Oats, Seed Raye and
torn, will arrive the last of this week.
Legg, Hutchinson & Co.
Ladies you are all invited to attend
>ur Millinery Opening Thursday and
,riday. Come one, come all. D. Hirsch
nann, next door to postoffice.
Orange Blossoms are blooming. Go
o S. R. Venning's and buy your Wed
ing Presents. He has a large and
iandsome line. Levi block.
For a bad taste in the mouth take
hamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Cablets. For sale by The R. B. Loryea
)rug Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
Don't forget Jenkinson's annual fall
ale opening Sept., 25., and closing
)ct,, 25., here is your chance to buy :
'our fall Dry Goods, Shoes and cloth- _
Why will you pay $2.00 for a Shoe or
at when you can get the same goods:
rom S. I. Till for $1.50. He has no:
>ad accounts to make you pay the ad
10000 lbs., Portland Cenient and an
ther car of brick will come this week.
Slarge quantity of Anchor Brand
~ime fresh from the kiln. Legg, Hutch
nson & Co.
Wanted-To cure every case of Chills -
nd Malarial Fever with Palmetto
tate Chill and Fever Cure. Guaran- 4
eed. Postpaid 50c. Ramsey & Co.,
Vedgefleld, S. C. [18-4t
A fine audience greeted Ralp Bing
iam last night at the Institute Hall. 4
de certainly gave the people their
noney 's worth. The Manning Lyceum
.tartedI otT well.4
When you buy a Hat or anything ~
rom S. IL Till you don't pay "5 per cent 4
or some body's bad last years account.
Ve sell for cash and have no bad ac
ounts for you to pay. 4
At Jenkinsons' you will find the lar- A
rest and most coniplete line of all kinds
)ry goods .Iiilnery, Shoes and cloth
ng of any house in this part of the 4
tate and here is the place to get bar
Remember that W. E. Jenkinson has
een serving tbe the people of Claren
[on for nearly 20 years, and what he 4
as not accomplished in an honest and
traight forward way he has left un
Mr. Plumer Clark. who has been i
mployed in the Sumter Pharmacy for g
he past year has accepted a position
w'ith Dr. W. E. Brown & Co., of Man- 4
ding, where he will be pleased to serve I
lis many friends.
Fancy and Staple Groceries. Send
ne your orders for anything you want 4
or the table. Full line wvell selected
roceries, Fruits, Vegetables, Canned
.nd Dried. Best Cream Cheese, Fox 4
liver Butter on ice. I consider HENRY
3AY FLOUR the best on the market.
d prices are low considering quality. 4
resh Cabbage, Onions, Potatoes and
pples~ every day.
P. B. MorzoN, grocer. 4
Eo M Patrons and Customers: 4
I amn still having Beef at 10 cents per 4
>ound. Ice at i cent per pound. Don't
orget the bridge that carried you 4
eross during the summer when others ~
roke through: this bridge was strong
.nd durable and still lasts, with the 4
>est Meats of all kinds-Beef, Pork, 4
;ausage and Mutton.
WM. JAMES. Proprietor. 4
RHAME'S DRUG STORE,
SUMMERTON, S. C.
4i encil Tablets, &c., i& <
Rhame's Drug Store
Bring -ur Job Work to The Time.s office.
A BIG STOCK
. OF ...
AT THE.. .
ONE OFTHE GATEST"
We are receiving almost daily the handsomest line of
real fine, up-to-date
lien's & Boys' Clothing
ever shown in Sumter.
THIS IS NO SHODDY STORE where you buy any
kind of old Clothes, but a place where you can invest
your dollars as safely as putting them in a bank.
We carry nothing but the very best at the price and
guarantee what we sell.
Men's Sack Suits,
Double and Single Breasted,
$5.00 to $20.00.
3 to 16 Years.
UOc. to $0.50.
Double and Single Breasted.
Lots of good Patterns to select
from, Cheviots, Serges and Worsteds. -m
Ages 3 to 16 years. -
Shoes. Hats and Shirts. I
We can please you in each line, and respectfully in
vite you to call.
STUDDS& CUTTINO I
I bS. Main St., - SUMTER, S. C.
I 'Phone 170.
FALL & WINTER SUITS
SAre now in and w e feel sure that we can show
you something that will please you exactly.
There are lots of new ideas in Suits this season
and we would like for our Clarendon friends to
drop in and make their selections while the as
sortment is full.
We have good, Ser-viccable Suits for men $5.00.
as low as................-.-.
Medium grades at 86.50, $7.50 and. .... ...8.50*
And much finer grades at 810, $12, $15 and 20.e00.*
Boys' Suits from $1 up to..... ......... 8.50.
A call from you will be very much appreciated.
0. J. CHANDLE'R,
ISUMTER. - S. C.
TO THE LADIES,
We desire to extend to our many lady ifriends a hearty wel
;ome to call at our store, where they will find now on display the
nost complete line of Fine Dress Goods, Silks and Trimmings
ver shown in Manning.
It is a known fact that we lead in Fine Dress Goods and this
'act is more thoroughly demonstrated in our great stock of Dress
Toods and Silks we are showing this fall than ever before. All of
he newest things in dress fabrics will be found in our large stock.
We have added a new department to our store, a nice line of
Jadies' Tailor-Made Suits, ranging in price from $7.50 to $20 and
an fit any lady from 32 to 42 bust measure.
Cloaks and Furs.
For many seasons past we have been carrying a nice line of
Jloaks and Furs, but this season we are carrying the largest as
;ortment we have ever shown and all of the latest style garments
,re reflected in our splendid line of Cloaks and Furs.
The Monte Carlo Jackets will play an important part in the
iew style Cloaks this fall. We have the Monte Carlo in stock.
Our Miss Coppedge has been in the markets of New York,
hiladelphia and Baltimore for the past five weeks, where she has
>een studying the styles and buying our fall and winter stock of
The ladies may look for a treat this fall at our fall opening of
attern Hats and fine Dress Goods, Silks and Trimmings and fine
ientlernen, We Have Not Forgotten U.
We are now showing one of the largest and cheapest lines
ent's, Youths' and Children's Clothing to be found in town.
Children's Two-Piece Knee Suits, from 50c to $5 per Suit.
Men's All-Wool Suits, from $5 to $15.
Our line of Hats, Shirts, Collars and Cuffs and Gent's Fall and
inter Underwear has no equal in this town.
Our great Shoe Stock.
It is useless for us to dwell upon the merits of' our great line
)f Shoes, for the people are too well acquainted with our famous
ne of H. C. GODMAN BLACK BOTTOM SHOES for Ladies
Our great line of Reynolds' Hand-Made Shoes for Gent's fine
rear and a general line of Staple Shoes up to the highest stand
We picked up a big bargain in Shoes and we offer the same at
Five hundred pair of Ladies' Heavy Pebble Grain Work Shoes
t '75c per pair, in both Lace and Button.
Call and see us when you want the best Shoes for the least
W. E. JENKINSON.
things we are offering in Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing,
Housefurnishings and Groceries.
Bright and early, we commence the Winter Sale of the
most desirable goods ever brought to this Manning city.
We invite inspection as to prices, quality and fair
treatment. We have no baits or catchy stuff to offer,
but we sell you first class goods that wear and make
everlasting customers. We have adopted this as our
motto: Honest, liberal treatment to everybody.
10 Pieces Double Fold Plaid Dress Goods at. 1 Oc.
5Pieces Double Width Worsted Dress1 i
5 Pieces Striped Waisting, in Medium..Green,5
Pink, Blue and Garnet, at-.......-...-e--,
or two yards for 25c.
5Pieces Gray, Navy and New Brown, 50-inch 50c,
All-Wool Homespun at........-.....- --~
5 Pieces All-Wool Venetians, in Dark Green, A 9c
2 shades of Gray, also black, 38 in. wide, at..T '
Black and New Blue Brialliantine, 50 inches 75
wide, at .. . .. -.- - -- - - ----- --- - --
Great things in the higher grade Dress Fabrics, 50
inch Broadeloths, Whip Cords, Camel Hair Mixtures
we are showing that our space will not permit us to
Pe~retty Waist Flannels, pretty Silks, pretty.Velvets.
25 Dozen Ladies' Bleached Heavy Fleece- 2 c
Lined French Shaped Uindervests at ...
SDozen Glove-Fitting and R. & G. Corsets, new
25 shapes, we have just placed on our counters.
They are yours at the usual prices.
We are showing the nobbiest Straight-ront
Corset on the markets for..... - . - ---
This Corset is made by the R. & G. people and can't
be matched for its wearing qualities.
75 Trunks from S1.25 up to any price you care to
50 Suits'f* Boys'+ aleSuit~~ ~ ~-~95c.
100o e,"'s""ui.s..$5 TO $16.50.
We are showing the great Schloss Bros'. Tailor
Made Clothing and they are up-to-date.
The Great Shoe House.
We love to sell you HAMILTON-BROWN SHOES,
for we know you will come back a satisfied customer.
With every pair of American Lady Shoes purchased
Sof us we will present the lady with a handsome Oil
Painting,;14x22 inches, of the prettiest girl in America.
Now in addition to this great line of Hamilton
SBrown Shoes we carry other Shoes too.
Here's a Peach.
72Pairs Men's good High Cut Every Day 85c.
SLadies' nice Sunday Shoes at.-.-.......-.--.-..-9-c
OrChildren's School Shoes are the greatest on
earth. They will save you money, besides afford your
children great comfort.
Oldr . I !