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Publishes All County and Town Of
MANNING, S. C., MARCH 25 1903.
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.
Minstrel tomorrow night.
The young folks here are "flinch"
News items are as scarce as Unele
Sam's dollars with us.
The report of Dr. Murray's improved
condition is very gratifying.
~ Keep your pesky dogs off the streets
or they 'might get u trouble.
Mrs. T. J. Hogan of Greeleyville is
visiting relatives in Manniug.
A great rush is being made for tick
ets tc the Minstrel. tomorow night.
The town council has given the
"throw down" to the slot machines.
D-. Abe Weinberg and family are in
Manning on a visit to their parents.
Read Jenkinson's "opening" ad. he
is making great preparations for a fine
Mrs. W. M. Brockinton and daugh
ters have returned home from a visit to
Till claims that his "opening" will
be the finest display in town, read his
The chaingang is short of hands. and
work on the roads is needed. Where
are the road hands.
Mr. C. C. Thames has been appointed
postmaster at Silver in place of Mr.
E. P. Briggs resigned.
The building boom has struck Mau
ning sure. In every direction one can
see the work of house builders.
Died last Thursday at his home, near
Bethel church near the Williamsburg
line Willie McElveen aged about 12
There will be nreaching at Fellow
ship church next Sunday 11:00 a. m.
and 4:30 p. m. Rev. J. -Meyers will
The, county commissioners had a
special meeting in the Fork section
last week to hear argument opening up
a new road.
Mr. W. Koger McIntosh has com
pleted his course at Poughkeepsie and
will leave there next Tuesday for his
home at Workman.
Married last Wednesday at Paxville
Mr. Charles Bradham and Mrs Neppy
Richbourg, widow of the late Magis
trate J. F. Richbourg.
The county board of equalization met
in the court house - yesterday. Chair
man Owens was absent having impor
tant business in Kingstree.
Some. beautiful cabbages from Rev.
J. D. Huggins of Paxville made usha
very toothsome dinner today' and the
beauty of ib is they were a present.
C=-:6 ere out announcing the coming
vrzarriage of Miss Wilhelmina Gaillard
of DuRant, and Mr. Ben S. .Crawfor
of Alcolu, to take place at home, on the
evening of April 15th.
Senator Tillman is to be banqueted
on April 3rd, by the people of Charles
ton for his activity in securing the
naval station, and for his fight against
the collectorship appointment.
Died at his home in Paxville last
Friday Dr. J.3J. Hodge aged about 76
years. The deceased was one of the
5th, South Carolina cavalry and served
his country throughout the war.
Rev. S. 0. Cantey will deliver an ad
dress in the Methodist church at Pax
ville next Friday night at 8 o'clock in
the -interest of the W,. C. T. U. The
public is cordially invited to attend.
Mr. Jno. R. Keels and Miss Lula
Morris were married yesterday after
oon at 5 o'clock, at the Morris resi
dence, near White's Mill, by the pas
tor of the First Baptist Church.--Sum
ter Item, 23:
The announement is made of theN
forthcoming marriage of Miss Leonora,
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
Lawrence, Fulton, to Mr. Walter D.
Epperson a young business man of
Pinewood, to take place June 3rd.
The oat crop is very much damaged
by in insect that saps the vitality from
the plant. The Clemson college au
thorities are now investigating and will
soon publish a remedy against the
evil in the meantime a number of
farmers are using nitrate of soda with
We note that the Sumter papers
speak boastingly of lots in that town
selling at the rate of $800 per acre.
Why, Manning has lots on her back
streets that have sold and will sell now
at over $1000 dollars per acre. Every
new artesian well bored here adds a
price on our town lots.
We expect in the very near future to
have in this town a big dry goods'- com
pany managed by young men who were
raised behind the counters and know
te trade thoroughly. This will have
the effect of bringing more trade to
Manning, and be a help to those al
ready here. A first class trade drawer
We have just received through the
courtesy of Congressman Scarborough
another lot of garden seed which we
will send out as soon as we can get the
packages addressed. The last lot we
received was not enough to supply our
ist, but we think now will have
enough, and hope the people will have
good luck with them.
The postal guide for last month
shows that 25 rural routes in this State
were discontinued, whether this was
the work of Inspector Dolan, who was
here recently, we do not know. but if
it was not, his work will be published
later and we fear that the only route
we have in this county will go on ac
ount of the smallness of the income.
A visit to R. L. Bell's shop is inter
estingi It has the appeagnee of thrift
and he is turning out some splendid
work. Mr. Bell has in front of his shop
two log carts which he built for A. F.
Owen to be used at a mill on the Bloom
hill plantation in Sumter county and
we venture to say the workmanship
will not be excelled anywhere, and it is
convincing proof that we have as good
workman in Manning as any town in
the State. There is also a repair de
partment in Bell's shop where guns,
machines, clocks and almost anything
can be repaired and put in first class
The best pill 'neath the stars and
It cleanses the system and never
Little arly Risers of worldly irepute
Ask for DeWitt's and take no substi
A small pill, easy to take and easy to
act, but never failing in results. De
Witt's Little Early Risers arouse the
seretions and act as a tonic to the
liver, curing permanently. The R. B.
Trme Drug Store.
"Milford" the famous home of the
late Gov. John L. Manning has beer
sold to a' Mrs. Thompson of New York
and we learn that she proposes making
it a winter resort. The price paid was
-:5,000 and it is said that several
wealthe northerners have been there
with a view of purchasing about 10,00(
acres for a game preserve. The people
of that section will welcome these
pleasure seekers. Sometime ago Mr.
0. D. Harvin bought a large tract of
land from the State not far from there
for 50 centsper acre, and recently he
has been otfered $8 per acre and holds
for more monevy. Ten years ago this
land was regarded worthless and now it
is in great demand.
Danger of Colds and Grip.
The greatest danger from colds and
grip is their resulting in pneumonia.
If reasonable care is used, however,and
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy taken,
all danger will be avoided. Among the
tens of thousands who have used this
remedy for these diseases we have vet
to learn of a single case having resulted
in pneumonia, which shows conclu
sively that it is a certain preventive of
that dangerous disease. It will cure a
cold or an attack of the grip in less
time than any other treatment. It is
pleasant and safe to take. For sale by
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M.
At a meeting of the town council last
Monday night it was decided to con
tract with Mr W. S. Harvin for twenty
are lights, which action will receive the
approval of the citizens of this town.
The income of the town is sufficiently
large to have a good light service, and
with a beginning of twenty arc lights
we have no doubt that additional lights
will be put in later on. The town is
greatly protected if well lighted, and
if there is an arc light at every street
intersection we will have a well lighted
town. We understand the cost of these
lights are K-5 each, and in our judg
ment it is much cheaper than if the
town was to own and run the plant.
The step taken by council is a progres
sive -one-and is deserving of commen
Fearful Odds Against Him.
Bedridden,alone and destitute. Such,
in brief, was the condition of an old sol
dier by the name of J. J. Havens, Ver
sailles, 0. For years he was troubled
with kidney disease and neither doctors
nor medicines gave him relief. At
length he tried Electric Bitters. It
put him on his feet in short order and
now he testifies, "I'm on the road to
complete recovery." Best on earth for
liver and kidney troubles and all forms
of stomach and bowel complaints. Only
50c. Guaranteed by The R. B. Loryea
Mr. Graham Dennis called at this
office last Monday to make a correction
with regard to his connection with the
inquest we referred to in our last issue.
Mr. Dennis says that Barfield, Corbett
and himself petitioned Coroner Brewer
to hold the inquest; that Barfield and
Corbett served on the jury, but he did
not; he actedas deputy to summon the
witnesses. Mr. Dennis further says
that he joined in the petition because
one of the child's grand-parents, Mr. J.
C. Drose, told him while going to the
burying that "the child was not sick a
minute." He also says, in his opinion,
the exhuming of the body was unneces
sary had the coroner examined the
witnesses first. Our information was,
and we stated that Dennis and Barfield
served as jurors, but it was John Cor
bett and not Graham Dennis that sat
in judgment on the case. Dennis
wanted the jury and became the officer
to go after the witnesses.
What's in a Name?
Everything is in the name when it
comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C.
DeWitt & C. of Chicago discovered,
some years ago, how to make a salve
from Witch Hazel that is a specific for
Piles. For blind, bleeding, itching
and protruding piles, eczema, cuts.
burns, bruises and all skin diseases, De
Witt's has no equal. This has given
rise to numerous worthless counter
feits. Ask for DeWitt's-the genuine.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
The people living on property ad
joining the Clarendon tobacco ware
house were subjected last Monday to
an annoyance which should not have
been permitted. It was the butchering
of a cow within a few feet of their resi
dences. We -understand that the but
cher had permission from the Intend
ant, sometime ago on account of rain,
but if there is an ordinance against
butchering cattle within the town lim
its, no one has authority to grant such
a permit. The purpose of the ordi
nance is to protect the health of the
town, and should not be elastic andi
stretched to suit the convenience of
anybody. Either have a law that
everybody must obey and respect, or
wipe it off the books. We do not blame
the people living near the warehouse
to complain about their feelings being
disregarded, for it . certainly is not
pleasant to smell the odors of'a butcher
pen, nor is it pleasant to see butchering
from a window wvhile sitting at the ta
ble. It is to be hoped that council will
not permit such a thing to occur again
The Stomach Is the Man.
A weak stomach weakens the man,
because it cannot transform the food he
eats into nourishment. Health and
strength cannot be restored to any sich
man or weak woman without first re
storing health and strength to the stom
ach. A weak stomach cannot digest
enough food to feed the tissues and re
vive the tired and run down limbs and
organs of the body. Kodol Dyspepsig
Cure cleanses, purifies, sweewens ana
strengthens the glands and membranes
of the stomach, and cures indigestion:
dyspepsia and all stomach troubles.
The Rt. B. Loryea Drug Store.
It is being currently rumored that a
merchant doing business near Dav'
X Roads has J.scovered a novel way<
evade the liquor constables and havE
almost a clear track to violate the dis.
pensary law. This man owns a bicycle.
and it is said makes regular trips from
the railroad station to his place of bus
iness, and to other points with the tires
inflated with the fiery liquid. He
pumps the tires full of whiskey, ther
nulls out,visiting snake infested commu
ntetescheme is a paying industry.
A man who is so possessed of the faculty
for invention as to bring such a scheme
into successful operation, merits .being
left unmolested to ply his vocation o1
running a revolving barroom, provid
ing he acts square and does not pum;
too much water in his whiskey holding
tires. When this story was first tolc
us we were disposed to doubt its cor
rectness, but after a number of reliablE
people told us it is a fact, that this mar
really fills his tires with, what hE
clais to be water, but is strongly
suspected it is whiskey, we are abou1
convinced there is something in the
narrative, and should feel under obli:
gations if our friend Millard Wells wvil
do us the kindness to investigate, anc
verify the story.
A Boy's Wild Ride for ILife.
With family around expecting him tc
die, and a son riding for life, 18 miles.
to get Dr. King's New Discovery fot
consumption, coughs and colds. W. H.
Brown of Leesville, Ind., endurec
deat's agonies froma asthma: but this
Iwonderful medicine gave instant relie:
and soon cured him. He writes: "]
now sleep soundly every night." Lik(
marvelous cures of consumption, pneu.
monia, bronchitis, coughs, colds ani
grip lirove its matchless merit for al
throat and lung troables. Guaranteel
bottles 50c and $1. Trial bottles free a
Th ft B. Lorye Drug Store
Editor The Mannin;; Times:
You will please all me space to ex
plain my connection with the Oak
After hearing how the child was
affected and died, and being asked by
the grandfather of the child to name it
to the coroner, which I did with no ill
feelings to no one. When I found out
that I was panneled on the jury I re
fused. I did not go on the jury on my
own will. From what I heard from peo
ple whom I thought were in a position
to knew, I surely thought foul play was
with the child, and my actions were
based on what I thought were facts. I
have no ill feelings for any of the famin
ly and cannot see where I am to blame
in any way. The blame should be at
tached to the ones who started the re
port that the child was murdered.
Alcolu, 'March 19. 1903.
A Remarkable Case.
One of the most remarkable cases of
a cold, deep-seated on the lungs, caus
ing pneumonia, is that of Mrs. Gertrude
E. Fenner, Marion. Ind.. who was en
tirely cured by the use of One Minute
Cough Cure. She says: "The cough
ing and straining so weakened me that
I run down in weight from 148 to 92
pounds. I tried a number of remedies
to no avail until I used One Minute
Cough Cure. Four bottles of this won
derful remedy cured me entirely of the
cough, strengthened my lungs and re
stored me to my normal weight, health
and strength." The R. B. Loryea
O3 L S O I A .
Bar the The Kind You Have Always Bought
Reduced Rates Via Atlantic Coast Line.
Richmond, Va. - Southern Educa
tional Conference. Tickets on sale from
points in Virginia April 20, 21 and 22.
Final limit April 28, 1903. From all
other points, April 20 and 21. Final
limit April 28. One and one-third fare.
Savannah, Ga. - Southern Baptist
Convention and Auxiliary Societies.
Tickets on sale from all points at one
fare for round trip, plus 25 cents, May
4th to 7th. inclusive. Final limit May
20th, 1903. An extension of the final
limit until June 1st. may be obtained by
deposit of tickets with joint agent at
Savannah on payment of a fee of 50 ets.
Call on ticket agents for exact rates
and any other information and see that
your tickets read via the Atlantic Coast
Line. W. J. CRAIG,
Approved: Gen'l Pass. Agt.
H. M. EmmRsoN,
Bears the The Kind You Have Always Bought
According to a writer in Health, hon
ey is a valuable medicine and has
many uses. It is excellent in most
lung and throat affections and is often
used with great benefit in place of cod
liver oil. Occasionally there is a per
son with whom it does not agree, but
most people can learn to use it with
beneficial results. Children who have
natural appetites generally prefer it to
butter. Honey is a laxative and seda
tive, and in diseases of the bladder and
kidneys it Is an excellent remedy.
It has much the same effect as wine
or stimulants, without their injurious
effects, and is unequaled in mead and
harvest drinks. As an external appli
cation it Is irritating wvhen clear, but
soothing when diluted. In many places
it is much appreciated as a remedy for
croup and colds. In preserving fruit
the formic acid it contains makes a
better preservative than sugar sirup,
and it is also used in cooking and con
fections. Honey does not injure the
teeth as candies do.
Beas the h Kind You Have Always Bought
Barbering t~led to Be an Art.
Time was when barbering was a way
up art. In ancient times barbers were
surgeons. the only persons who could
scientifically "let blood." In London
there is still a barber surgeon class.
They possess a cap given the guild by
Charles II. .Around the barber's pole
still twines the snake, the subtlest
beast of the field, a survival of the bra
zen serpent lifted up in the wilderness,
the symbol of the healing art.
Consumption is a human
weed flourishing best in weak
lungs. Like other weeds it's
easily destroyed while young;
when old, sometimes im
Strengthen the lungs as you
would weak land and the
weeds wvill disappear.
The best lungr fertilizer is
Scott's Emulsion. Salt pork
is good too, but it is very hard
The time to treat consump
tion is when you begin trying
to hide it from yourself.
Others see it, you won't.
Don't wait until you can't
deceive yourself any longer.
Begin with the first thought
to take Scott's Emulsion.. If
it isn't really consumption sc
much the better; you wvill soon
forget it and be better for the
treatment. If it is consump
tion you can't expect to be
cured at once, but if you will
bein in time and will be
rigidly regular in your treat
ment you will win.
Scott's Emulsion, fresh air;
rest all you can, eat all you
can, that's the treatment and
that's the best treatment.
__ a We will send you
I sion free.
Be sure that this picture in
the form of a label is on the
wrapper of every bottle of
Emnulsion you buy.
SCOTT & BOWNE,
409 Pearl St., N. Y.
S. I. Till's, Levi block.
All the new Bels at S. I. Till's.
Better read Rhame's advertisement.
Macy appeared 340 times in Brook
Get the new style Corsets from S. I.
Macy has appeared 31G times in New
Dress comfortably for the 26th, 'cause
you goi' to laff.
Money to lend on Real Estate. Apply
to E. C. Thames.
"P. P. P." and Obelisk Flour at The
Manning Grocery Co.
Borrow money through E. C. Thames
at a low rate of interest.
Next Wednesday and Thursday are
S. 1. Till's opening days.
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Macy is a man of wonderful versatil
ity.-Rev. Robert S. MacArthur.
Macy is seven shows under one tent.
-Col. George W. Bain of Kentucky.
Plant Wood's tested and true Wheat
Seed. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Remember you will hear a sermon at
this Minstrel Show we're telling you
Attend S. I. Tills millinery opening
next Wednesday and Thursday, April
1st and 2d.
S. I. Till is almost giving away Laces
and Embroideries. Go to see him on
Don't forget the date, March 26, 1903.
Positively our first appearance in
We wish to call your particular at
tention to Wilbui and Bram, the musi
al comedians. '
The Manning Grocery Co. has put in
i large coffee mill for the benefit of
The lowest prices on Tobacco and
Flour are now being made by The
Manning Grocery Co.
All the ladies specially invited to at
tend our great Easter Opening on April
?d and 3rd. W. E. Jenkinson.
Everybody go to S. I. Till's and see
md buy the fine Hats next Wednesday
vnd Thursday, 1st and 2d of April.
Wanted-Mail orders for Flinch
ards, 55 cts. in stamos to any address.
end to Berg's Book Store, Columbia.
Mr. Macy's great versatility enables
him to give a delightful evening of
umor, pathos, song and story. At In
stitute Hall April 6.
Thursday and Friday April 2 and 3
is our grand spring Dry Goods and Mil
linery opening. Don't forget the dates.
Welcome all. D. Hirschmann.
We are glad to note that the farmers
appreciate The efforts being made by
rb e Manning Grocery Co. to give them
the lowest prices on Groceries.
S. 1. Till has nothing to give away to
bait you with, but he sells goods cheap
enough to save you. enough to buy your
premiums outright and more too.
Thursday and Friday, April 2d and
rd, Jenkinson's great Easter Opening
of Pattern Hats, Millinery and Spring
Goods. Ladies, yon are all invited.
Our grand Dry Goods and Nillinery
Opening will be Thursday and Friday
April 2 and 3, all are welcome. D.
Hirschmann, next door to postoffice.
You will miss a great treat if you
lon't attend our Easter Opening of Pat
tern Hats and Spring Goods on April
2d and 3rd. Ladies, you are all invited.
-For Sale. 98 acres of land adjoining
L. L. Wells in Santee township, also
200 acres of land adjoining Jeff D.
Holladay in Mt. Zion township apply
at this otfice.
Don't forget the date Thursday and
Friday is oui- grand Dry Goods and
Millnery opening April 2 and 3, Come
one come all. D. Hirschmann, next
door to postoffice.
Our competitors say we have spoiled
the people by selling Millinery and
Hats so cheap. Come to our store on
opening days and you will see goods
cheaper than ever. S. I. Till, on Levi
Our Easter Opening of Pattern Hats,
Millinery and Spring Dress Goods oni
April 2d and 3rd will be the largest and~
most varied we have ever shown at this
season of the year. Ladies, you are all
invited to attend.
Wanted-A to sell Sewing Machines.
A No. 1 contract to right kind of man
to start on, with chances for promotion.
Experience not necessary. Call on or
address, The Singer Mfg. Co., 1326
Main St., Columbia, S. C. [34-4t
We never~half do anything we go at.
Our great Easter Opening of Pattern
HT. fine Dress Goods and Spring
Goods will be the largest and most at
tractive we have ever shown. Ladies,
you are all specially invited.
I am prepared to confer with parties
interested in lands situate in Clarendon
county heretofore conveyed to W. N.
Jordan of North Carolina through the
Sinking Fund Comnmission or other wise.
34-3t} M. C. GALLUCHAT.
Coffey & Rigby have taken the agency
for the famous McCormick Reapers
and Binders, Mowers, Rakes and their
Machinery Supplies. See them before
placing your order. They will have a
representative to call on the fairmers in
a few days. so look out for him.
Office of Wilson & DuRant, )
Manning, S. C.
I will sell for cash, at public auction,
at the store house in Clarendon County,
S. C., formerly occupied by Samuel M.
Nesen, now deceased, at twelve o'clock
noon on the twenty-seventh (27th) day
of March. 1903, all the stock of general
merchandise, consisting of dry goods,
hardware and groceries inventoried at
$7,670.79, which was in the store of the
said Samuel M. Nexsen at the time of
JOHN S. WILSON.
Administrator of the Estate of S. M.
Nexsen. deceased. [32-3t
New Lease of Life for an Iowa
Postmaster R. H. Randall, Dunapi, Ia.,
says: I suffered from indigestion and re
sulting evils for years. Finally I.tried
Kodol. I soon knew I had found what
I had long looked for. I am better today
than in years. Kodol gave me a new
lease of life. Anyone can have my af
fidavit to the truth of this statement."
Kodol 4igest your food. This enables the
system to assimilate supplies,strngthen
ing every organ and restoring health.
Kodol Makes You Strong.
- w . Co.- hicgo
This slip and 25 cents good
for one 50-cent bottle Rabbit
IFoot Liniment at
This slip and 30 cents good-1
for one 50-cent bottle Rabbit
Foot Cough Cure at
This slip and 7 0 cents good
for one-dollar bottle of Rabbit
Foot Fever and Grip Cure at
The above named remedies have been tested and
tried and will bear comparison with any reliable
Comparison is a SUPREME TEST. It is by
comparison with the best that STANDARDS are
made. Try the
Rabbit Foot Remedies.
If they fail to demonstrate their superiority
over other similar remedies, condemn it and
consign to oblivion. If, however, the Rabbit Foot
Remedies show up better than any remedies of the
kind you ever have seen, kindly tell the good
news to your friends. Why not give your friends
the benefit of your experience? If you have a
friend who suffers, ask him to try the NEW REM
EDY, "THE RABBIT FOOT CURE," and give
him this paper, so that he can cut out the coupons
and save one-third of the price.
This offer is good for fifteen days at
RHAME'S DRUG STORE.
YOU ARE INVITED
to compare the quality and prices at RHAME'S
DRUG STORE with any drug store in the State.
Grove's Chill Tonic 35 cents.
Rabbit Foot Fever Cure, $1,
At Rhame's Drug Store.
REMEMBER, "THE BEST IS THE CHEAP
EST." While there is 65 cents difference in the
price of the FEVER preparations, you should
W 4 prefer to pay it, if you are looking for the BEST.
We offer you a fine chance to compare THE RAB
BIT FOOT REMEDIES with others. See first
part or top of this page.
RHAME'S DRUG STORE is anxious to prove
to its patrons that their trade is appreciated by
giving them better service than ever.
NUNNALLY'S Fine Candies at
Rhame s Drug,
Store, Summerton, S. C.
I!For Two Weeks Only!
In order to move TEN THOUSAND POUNDS
OF TOBACCO we are going to sell the follow
* ng brands at unheard of prices:
Sweetheart, Alabama Coon, T. P. A., Hickory,
Silver Dimes, Red Plum, Liberty Bell, Wild
Duck and many others.
To make room for three cars of Flour, coming
in this week, we will sell cheaper than any mill
in the country. Dor't put off buying, as it is
We are the only exclu
Remember sive Grocery Rouse in
the county and will save you money on every
purchase. We mean what we say.
THE PEOPLE'S MONEY SAVERS,
he Nianning Grocery Co.
We can deliver Flues for your barns at any time. We have made them
this season from the best sheet steel that money can buy, and will rivet them
together to fit any size barn FREE OF CHARGE. Where Flues are to be ship
ped on the railroad we will furnish you parts damaged in transit upon your re
turning railroad receipt marked in bad order and showing damage.
We will make it to your advantage this season to place your orders for
Flues in early, you will avoid the rush later on. Come and see us about it, what
we propose doing will save you money, time, trouble and annoyance.
We do repairinz while you wait. Bring us your repair work.
Later on you will want PARIS GREEN, etc.: come to see us when -you
do, we have a stock to carry us through the season. We bought our Green at a
time when it was a drag on the market: the people holding it wanted their
money out of it at any price. We could now sell to the same parties at a good
poe have the latest thing in Mole Traps. Get one and stop the moles
plowing up your tobacco beds.
We want to talk to you about Paint. We want you to use our Celebrated
HAMMAR PAINT; it isgiving perfect satisfaction those who have used it,
and you will find, owing to its tine spreading qualities, that it will cover more
surface than most other paints. As an evidence of its merit our sales have in
creased from a few gallons annually to more than two hundred gallons within
two years' time. Get our prices and see how cheaply you can beautifyv your
work with this splendid Paint.
You can very much impr~ove your floors and lessen the burden of caring
for them by using our FLOOR PAINTS. All who have used our Paints are de
lighted with the results. Have your porches and passages painted and note
what an improvement it will be.
We have a nice stock of Flower Pots, Jardeniers, etc.
Very truly yours,
Manning' lardware Co.
1 PRIL 2&3,
Are the days on which we will show the largest and most
varied line of
Fine Pattern fiats
Ever Shown in Manning.
IWe will also show the latest things in Fine Dress
Goods, Silks, Laces and Embroideries. Novelties in Belts
Belt Pins and Waist Sets.
Ladies, you are all invited to come and attend our
Grand Easter Openlill
Of the Latest Styie
I Spring Goods.
Your presence here will encourage us in our efforts
to make Manning a fashion nter unequaled by any other
market in the State.
You are all cordially invited to attend, and don't for
get the days,
Thursday & Friday, April 2 & 3
W. E. JENKINSOL
By Coming to RIGBY'S and Inspect Our1
New Dress Goods.g
You will find White the leading color of the Spring
and Summer season, and well it should; it looks well and
Black sells better than ever before. There is also a
demand for the Modish shades of Light Blue, Green,
Pink and Light Ecrus. Gray is very good, although not
so expected at first.
Here Are a Few Things in
Our White Goods- As
White Mercerized Yarns, the lustreless and that with
a high lustre.
White, Plain and Checked Nainsooks
White Figured Piques and White Ducks.
White Silk Persian Lawns.
White India Linon to suit each customer.
White Albatros and White Henriettas.
White 68-inch wide Organdies.
Cream Hemstitched and Corded Brilliantines.
White Wash Silks
Creations in Black Goods.
Black Wool Batistes.
Black Vaile and Etomines.
Black Silk Grenadines.
Black India and Taffetas which are so stylish.
In Seersuckers. Chambrays, Ginghams and Colored
I Wash Goods we have a strong line to select from.
A New Lo$ of High Grade Percales Sell
ing Now at 10c.
Other Percales as low as 6tc.
5,000 yards of Yard-Wide Fine Sea Island Sheeting
that is worth now 6te. we bought when cotton was low,
Sand i s yours for 5c cash.
L ast week we told you about our great
So keep them in mind when you want Shoes. We are
showing the latest styles.
Please notice our new Collars and Ties, young man.
IS. A. Rigby.1
IJ. H. RIGBY, Manager.