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Publishes All County and Town Of-'
MANNING, S. C., APRIL 1, 1903.
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for ai
change of ad. M'UST 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 pa'senger trains, and the car will
also meet the freight trains. Arran:ements
have been made with the agent at depot to tele
phone when freisht trains are approaching
Fare. 10 cents each way.
Miss Loulie Smith visited Sumter
Mr. T. J. Hogan of Greeleyville spent
last Sunday in Manning.
Mrs. W. W. Benbow is in Manning
visiting her daughter Mrs. E. S. Ervin.
Court convenes in Manning Monday
27th inst., with .Tudge Gage on the
Mrs. W. A. Avant of Summerton
spent several days last week with rela
tives in town.
.We regret to learn that Dr. Murray
of Pinewood has had a relapse, but we
hope it will not be serious.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Thomas of
Charleston are in Manning visiting
their daughter, Mrs. W. S. Harvin.
Mr. John A. Burgess and family of
Charleston are in Manning on a visit to
their parents Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stukes.
Do not fail to attend the spring open- 1
ings of our Manning millinery estab- I
lishments. They will all make a fine I
Mr. W. H. Anderson who has been
for the past season baying cotton at
Aberdeen, Miss., has returned to his
home in Summerton.
Died at Workman yesterday, Mrs.
Neelv Moore, wife of Ellison Moore,
aged about 40 years. Interment took
place at Midway today.
Died last Wednesday at Foreston a 1
child of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. P. Sprott, i
Rev. A. N. Brunson of Manning offi- I
ciated at the burial Thursday. i
Pinewood has a lot of "brave men"
within her borders, and we hope that
"friendship, charity and benevolence"
will be their guide through life.
Mr. Clayton Orvin of Monck's Corner
who received his education in Manning
is now a prominent railroad man and
was recently married in Savannah.
Mr. George C. Logan of Charleston
won the naval cadetship appointment 1
from the 1st, district. He is a nephew I
of Messrs. J. G. and J. S. Plowden of
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. Loryea, Prop. .
Every now and then we can hear of;
Wanning being on the route the sea
boar'd Air Line thinks of building to;
~Charleston, but we would much rather:
:see bands of surveyors marking ont the
"The closing exercises of the Fax
ville academy take place next Friday
evening. There will be a medal pre
sentation, and exercises by the school,
and refreshments will be served after
We are requested to announce that
pupils in the Levi Memorial Institute
wanting second readers, and stepping
stones in literature, can get them next
Saturday, as Supt. Holladay thinks the
supply he ordered will be here by then.
Died in Sumter at the Mood Infirma
ry last M'bnday, Miss Sarah Elizabeth
Plowden, aged about 22 years, a grand
daughter of Mr. R. L. Logan. The
body was brought to Manning and in
terred in the Manning cemetery yester
A very alarming dispatch came here
last Monday announcing the serious ill
ness of Cadet Everett Isemnan of the
Citadel, and that an operation for ap
pendicitis was to be performed Monday
:afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Iseman went
..own on the first train.
Mr. M. Krasnoff has retdrned from
-New York where he has been pur
.ehasing his spring stock, and he says
he has the best selections this season
.of any he has yet made. His goods are
:arriving on every train and already
the store is being crowded.
We received a letter from Mr. W. T.
Wilder from Manila, Philippine Is
lands, in which he states he arrived on
January 27 after an uneventful voyage.
We are glad to learn that he reached
his adopted home safely and hope he
will get rich and come back to stay.
Throg~gh the efforts of Mr. W. G.
ing a neat sum of money was raised
in Manning to purchase furniture for
the Epworth orphanage. This institu
tion has been the recipient of consid
erable aid from this town, and we know
of no worthier cause than contributing
to the support of an institution which
is caring for the fatherless. And those
~vho contribute deserve praise.
Constable T. M. Beard came to Man
ning and lodged in jail on last Satur
,day Henry Singletary, colored, charg
,d with breaking into the house of Mr.
R. C. Burgess near Workman, and
stealing therefrom two hats and three
pairs of shoes. The prisoner was com
mitted by Magistrate Turbeville, Mag
istrate Hobbs has not yet received his
~On last Saturday night fire was dis
covered in the seed house of the Davis
Oil mil, and it was immediately
drenched and put out. The place was
wtched until after midnight, and the
watchers seeing no signs of fire, re
tired to their beds. About half past
two Sunday morning the first sw~n of
fire was thc roof of the building falling
in. The house contained about 100
tons of seed, some of which can be used.
Last week we sent out a lot of garden
seed which we received from the gov
ernment through the courtesy of Ex
Senator McLaurin and Congressman
Scarborough, which we hope will bring
forth good results. These seed should
have been here six weeks ago, but they
ilid not get here until last week or they
would have been sent out _sooner. We
bagi 4,600 packages containig five pa
ers to the package, which aggregated
' ,000 papers of seed.
There will be a "Mother Goose" fes
tival at the Wilson school house next
Friday evening. The proceeds are to
go towards buying patent desks for the
children. Miss Gordon is the teacher
of the Wilson school and had a very
successful term to such an extent that
the patrons are supplementing, the
public school funds with their private
means in order to keep the school go
ing two months longer. We hope the
festival will be well patronized as the
cause is a worthy one, and we would be
present, but a previous engagement
prevents. Miss Gordon and several of
the ladies in the vicinity are going to
serve refreshments where the young
folks may enjoy themselves treating
The sale of the S. M. .Nexsen stock
general merchandise took place a
Friday and was knocked down to M
William Nexsen for 85,025. Eon. XN
J. Johuson of Ridgeway, S. C.. w
present -.t the sale. Mr. Johnson is
large merchant and a prominent men
ber of the Legislature, and on his r<
turn from the sale he told us that h
was very much impressed with th
lands between Manning and Nexsen'
They are far beyond what he expecte
A disordered stomach may cause n
end of trouble. When the stomach fail
to perform its functions the bowels be
come de:anged, the liver and kidney
congested, causing numerous diseases
the most fatal of which are painless an
therefore the more to be dreaded. Th
importart thing is to restore the stom
ich and liver to a healthy conditior
:nd for this purpose no better prepara
dion can be used than Chamberlain
ktomach and Liver Tablets. For sal,
y The R. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaa
M. Loryea, Prop.
On the 23rd inst., a very sad acci
lent happened near New Zion to Mrs
ula Evans wife of Mr. W. B. Evans
he lady was suffering with toothach<
mnd she made a pill of concentrated ly
o put in the cavity, it went down he:
roat, and to kill its effects she mixe<
ome soda with what she thought wa!
rater, but it turns out it was a solutio
)f lye. drank it, and in a short whilt
ier sufferings were intense. The las
re heard of the case, the doctors hat
rery little hope of saving her. Mr
md Mrs. Evans were married abou
,hristmas of last year, and are veri
yopular among their atcquaintances.
k Demonstration of What Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Can Do.
"One of our customers, a highly re
pected citizen of this place, had beer
or ten years a sufferer from chroni<
iarrhoea," writes Walden & Martin,
truggists, of Enterprise, Ala. "He had
ised various patent preparations anc
>een treated by physicians without anZ
)ermanent benetit. A few months agt
ie commenced taking Chamberlain'i
"olic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remed3
ond in a short time was entirely'ured
anv citizens of Enterprise who knov
he gentleman will testify to the truth
nness of this statement." For sale b3
[he R. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaa<
. Loryea, Prop.
The editor of THE TLMEs has beer
ionored with an invitation to atteni
he dedicatory ceremonies of the St.
ouis exposition, which begins Apri:
Oth, and continues several days. The
nvitation one of the handsomest w(
iave ever seen, and the recognition o'
s highly .appreciated, not only for our
elf, but for our people as well, do w(
-egard this magnificient compliment
t this function will be representativ(
nen from all over the United State
tnd Europe. Ex-President Clevelant
mnd President Roosevelt will delivei
Addresses, and $50,000 has been appro
riated for fireworks alone. Ther
,ill be the grandest military pageantr
ver witnessed, and if we can possibl;
-aise the where-with, and can get som
e to take our place at the tripod w(
A Love Letter
Would not interest you if you're look
ng for a guaranteed Salve for sores
urns or piles. Otto Dodd of Ponder
Id., writes: "I suffered with an ugl;
ore for a year, but a box of Buck-len'
rnica Salve cured me. It's the bes1
alveon earth. 25c at The R. B. Lor
ea Dr..g Store.
The minstrels last Thursday evening
mas a~ success from every standpoint
he boys did well, and the people di<
ell also by giving them a crowde<
aouse. Brain was the feature of th<
~unny business, and Professor Shoe
maker made the boys show up well or
heir instruments. A very sweet due
was performed by Miss Nettie Wein
berg on the piano and Professor Shoe
maker on the violin which was vera
pleasing to the audience. Mr. Stubbi
>f Sumter sang a solo which was de
ightfully rendered. We cannot sa;
hat the Sumter Orchestra was an;
ddition to the performance, it was i
>r opinion, rather a hindrance, foi
.nstance: While Mr. Joe Wells was
;inging his solo the orchestra .drowne<
ais voice, and made it lose its usua
~weetness and melody.. But take th'
erforance all in all it was Brat
rood, and we hope the boys will giva
as some more.
ANY CHIURCHI or parsonage or insti
ution supported by voluntary contnibu
bion will be given a liberal quantity c
Lhe Longmnan & Martinez Pure Paint
whenever they paint.
NOTE: Have done so for twenty-sevei
yer. Sales: Tens of millions of gal
ons; painted nearly two million house
nder guarantee to repaint if not satis
actory. The paint wears for period
up to eighteen years. Linseed Oil mus
be added to the paint, (done in tw
minutes). Actual cost then about $1.2
a gallon. Samples free. Sold by ou:
Agents, The R. B. Loryea Drug Store
Ber the,,,, The Kind You Have Always Bougi
Reduced Rates Via Atlantic Coast Line.
Richmond, Va. - Southern Educe
tional Conference. Tickets on sale frot
points in Virginia April 20, 21 and 2?
Final limit April 28. 1903. From al
other points. April 20 and 21. Fine
limit April 2S. One and one-third farn
Savannah, Ga. - Southern Bappii
Convention and Auxiliary Societ~ieI
Tickets on sale from all points at on
fare for round trip, plus 25 cents, Ma
4th to 7th, inclusive. Final limit Ma
20th, 1903. An extension of the fin
limit until June 1st may be obtained b
deposit of tickets with joint agent
Savannah on payment of a fee of 50 ets
Call on ticket agents for exact rate
and any other information aud see tha
your tickets read via the Atlantic Coa!
ine. W. J. CRAIG,
A pproved: Gen-1 Pass. Agt.
H. M. EMMERSON,
"When I do anything," said the youn
man, "I believe in doing it thoroughly.
"Yes," answered his father, with
sigh, "especially when it comes to gel
ting into debt."-Washinlgton Star.
- itong Doing
Canvasser-I've a book here I'd lik
to show you.,
Busy Man-I've a bulldog in the ne3
room I'd like to show you.-Exchanlge.
Cures Blood Poison, Cancer, Ulcers, Eczemi
Carbancles, Etc. Medicine Free.
Robert Ward. Maxey's, Ga.. says: "I suffers
from blood poison, my head. face and shoulde:
were one mass of corruption, aches in, bone
and joints, burning, itching, scabby skin. we
all run down and discouraged, but Botan
Blood Bairn cured me perfectly, healed nil tI
sores and gave my skin the rich glow of healt:
Blood Bailm put new life into my blood and ne
ambition into my brain." Geo. A. Wilham
Rtoxbury, face covered with pimples. chron
sore on back of head. suppurating swellingC
neck eating ulcer on leg, bone pains. itchir
skin cured perfectly by Botanic Blood Balm.
sors all healed. Botanie Blood Balm curesa
malignant blood troubles. such as eczema. scal
and scales. pimples. running sores. carbuncle
scrofula. etc. Especially advised for all o
stinate cases that have reached the second
third stage. Improves the digestion:; strengt
ens weak kidneys. Druggists. 6L. To provze
cures, sample of Blood Bailm sent free and pr
paid by writing Blood Balm Co.. Atlanta, G
Describe trouble and free medical advice sc:
in sealed letter. For srnle by The R. B. Lory<
;t EARLY MILLIONAIRES.
. Apicius expended in gluttony $2,000;
a Esopis paid for a single dish $400,
Caligula spent for one supper-$400,
Heliogabalus spent for ione meal $100,
Lucullus usually., paid $100,000 for E
0 The philosopher Senecaihad a fortun
3 Lentulus, the soothsayer, had a for
tune of $16,500,000.
1 The sum of $2,000,000.was paid for
a the house of Antony.
Caesar before he entered upon any
office owed nearly $11,000,000.
Tiberius at his death left $11S25,
e 000, which Caligula spent in less than
r ten months.
Crosus possessed in landedt property
a fortune equal to $8,000,000, besides a
- large sum of money, slaves ad furni
Antony owed $1,500.000 at the ides
of March, paid it before the calends of
April and squandered $73,500,000 of the
1 Too Great a Risk.
A reliable remedy for bowel com
plaints should always be kept at hand.
The risk is too great for any one tc
take. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy never fails and
when reduced with water is pleasant to
take. For sale by The R. B. Loryea
Drug Store. Isaac K. Loryea, Prop.
Hot Cross Buns.
In its early days, when, it is to be
hoped, it was more toothsome than it
Is now, the hot cross bun played some
part in converting the people of these
islands to Christianity. Pagan England
was in the habit of eating cakes in
honor of the goddess of spring, and
Christian missionaries found that
though they could alter the views of
the people in reference to religious
matters they could not induce them to
withhold from the consumption of con
fectionery. So they put the sign of the
cross upon the bun of the Saxon era
and launched it upon missionary enter
prise which has extended through the
intervening centuries and survived till
Broke Into His House. -
S. Le Quinn of Cavendish, Vt., was
robbed of his customary health by in
vasion of chronic constipation. When
Dr. King's New Life Pills broke into
his house, his trouble was arrested and
now he's entirely cured. They're guar
anteed to cure, 25c at The R1. B. Loryea
Red Color In Battle.
The numbei of soldiers slain in battle
depends a great deal on the color of
their uniforms. The more conspicuous
the helmet and jacket the better the
target, and consequently the greater
the mortality. Red attracts the eye
most readily, and twelve men wearing
that color are killed to seven in rifle
green or six in blue or five in either
brown, blue-gray or gray.-Londoni An
Saves Two From Death.
"Our little daughter had an almost
fatal attack of whooping cough. and
bronchitis," writes Mrs. W. K. Havil
and of Armonk, N. Y., "but, when all
other remedies failed, we saved her life
with Dr. King's New Discovery. Our
niece, who had consumption in an ad
vanced stage, also used this-wonderful
medicine and today she is perfectly
.well." Desperate throat and lung dis
eases yield to Dr. King's New Discov
-ery as to no other medicine orn earth.
Infallible for coughs and colds. 50c
and 81 bottles guarantesd by The R. B.
Loryea Drug;Store. Trial bottles free.
1Philosophy Ancient and Modern.
"Epictetus said all philosophy lies in
two words, 'restrain' and 'abstaia.'"
I"Well, Epictetus may have had it ftg
ured out all right in his day, but in
these times philosophy seems to be
pretty fully expressed in the two words
'gain' and 'retain.' "-Chicago Record
For liver troubles and constipation
There's nothing better in creation
Than Little Early Risers, the famous~
They always effect a cure and save doc
- Little Early Risers are different from
a all other pills. They do not weaken
t the system, but act as a tonic to the
tissues by arousing the secretions and
5 restoringthe liver to the full perform
e ance of its functions naturally. The R.
.B. Loryea Drug Store.
Wife--I wish you would let me know
what sort of a dinner to have tonight.
Husband-That's a good idea. Well,
I shall either not be home at all or else
I shall bring three or four friends with
Confessions of a Priest.
-. Rev. Jno. S. Cox of Wake, Ark.
I writes, "For 12 years I suffered irom
1 ellow jaundice. I consulted a number
- of physicians and tried all sorts of med
't icines, but got no relief. Then I begat
-the use of Elbetric Bitters and feel tha'
e am now eured of a disease that hac
Y me in its grasp for twelve years.' Il
you want a reliable medicine for liver
1 ad kidney trouble, stomach disordel
Y or general debility, get Electric Bit
t ters. It's guaranteed by The R. B.
- Loryea Drug Store. Only 50c.
tJust What She Wanted.
"There are some spectacles," remark
ed the man who had traveled, "that can
never be forgotten."
"Dear mel" exclaimed the absent
minded old lady. "I wish I had a pair
;of 'em!"-Chicago News.
Good for Children.
The pleasant to take and harmlesn
Oe Minute Cough Cure gives imnmedi
ate relief in all cases of cough, crouT
and lagrippe because it does not pyi
0immediately into the stomach, bul
takes effect right at the seat of the
t trouble It draws out the inflamnma
tin. heals and soothes and cures per
manently by enabling the lungs to con
trbute pure life-giving and life-sustain
4' ing oxygen to the blood and tissues
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
~s First Gathering of Labor Agitators
s "Of course you have read of the con
iefusion of tongues at the building of
Sthe tower of Babel?"
. "A gathering of labor agitators, I sup
4 'pose. No; I haven't read it. Tell th4
truth, I'm not interested in trades un
i ions."-Boston Transcript.
Let each day take thought for wha1
concerns it, liquidate Its own affairn
e- and respect the day which Is to follow
a; and then we shall be always ready
~aTo know how to be ready is at the bot
- S. I. Till's, Levi block.
Macy appeared 340 tines in Brook
Macy has appeared 316 times in New
Money to lend on Real Estate. Apply
to E. C. Thames.
"P. P. P." and Obelisk Flour at The
Manning Grocery Co.
All that is new and up-to-date can be
found at Jenkinson's.
Borrow money through E. C. Thames
at a low rate of interest.
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best.
The . B. Loryea Drug Store.
The Manning Minstrels will show in
Summerton Thursday, April 9th.
Macy is a man of wonderful versatil
ity.--Nev. Robert S. MacArthur.
Macv is seven shows under one tent.
-Col. George W. Bain of Kentucky.
Don't miss seeing the Manning Min
strels at Summerton Thursday, April 9.
Plant Wood's tested and true Wheat
Seed. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
If you want the latest styics in Dress
Goods and Millinery you will find it at
The Manning Grocery Co. has put in
a 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 new Belts, Fans, Neck Beads,
Hand Bags, Sash Pins and Shirt Waist
Sets can be found at Jenkinson's.
You had as well be out of the world
as to be out of style, so bdy your Hats
and Fine Dress Goods at Jenkinson's.
Mr. Macy's great versatility enables
him to give a delightful evening of
humor, pathos, song and story. At In
stitute Hall April 6.
We are glad to note that the farmirs
appreciate the efforts being made by
The Manning Grocery Co. to give them
the lowest prices on Groceries.
For Sale. 98 acres of land adjoining M1
L. L. Wells in Santee township, also pwj
200 acres of land adjoining Jeff D.
Holladay in Mt. Zion township apply 3
at this office.
While in New- York we picked up a
lot of 150 Ladies' nice Silk Umbrellas
and we are offering them to the trade
at about two-thirds their real value.
W. E. Jenkinson.
Wanted-Agents to sell Sewing Ma
chines. A No. 1 contract to right kind
of man to start on, with chances for pro
motion. Experience not necessary. Call
on or address, The Singer Mfg. Co., 1326
Main St., Columbia, S. C. [34-4t
I am prepared to confer with parties
I interested in lands situate in Clarendon
county heretofore conveyed to W. N.
Jordan of North Carolina through the
Sinking Fund Commission 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 thenm before
placing your order. They will have a
representative to call on the farmers in
a few days, so look out for him.
Notice' of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Probate
for Clarendon County on the 24th day
of April, 1903, for letters of dis- i
charge as Administratrix of the estate
of Nelson Griffin, deceased. -
C. LETITIA GRIFFIN.
Pne wood, S. C., March 24, 1903.
Money to Loan.
WILSON & DuRANT.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
Digesots what you eat.
THE R. B. LORYEA DRUG STORE.
The B. B1 Loryea Drug Store
IS THE MOST POPULAR DRUG
BCAUSE Uniform courtesy is ex
1st. tended to nl patrons, whether rich or
poor, white or colored
2 ECAUSE We carry the largest and .
IEDICINE nd CHEMICALS.GS,
d3 BCAUSE Our Prescription Depart- .
metis conducted on strict Pharma
3u.ceutical principles. elriy
4h. Dispatch and Skill are exhibited tirst,
last and all the time.
5th- BECAUSE Night calls are cheerfully. -
. courteously and promptly responded
h~tBECUSEenvy, jealousy and mnal- e~
.iehave no home in our estabhish- a
h7BE CAUSE We are agents for the
.justly popular LONGMAN & MAR
TINEZ PREPARED PAINTS.
ht BCAUSE We arc agents for T. W.
BEOO & SONS' Tested and True e~
Garden Seed. Seed that will germi- ~I
nate. and which secured the medal N
for general excellence from the Paris I
Exposition of 1900. I
9ths4 BCAUSE We are the agents for
~. INTERNATIONAL SOKFO
COMPANY'S Products. We have
many unsolicited testimonials regard
ing their eficacy.
10t BUT Why tell people what they ti
.already know? And they are fully
aware that THE R. B. LOYEA toget
DRUG STORE is conceded to be ped c
the Ideal Drug Store of Clarendon
For Twenty-eight years THE R. B. LORYEA~
DRUG STORE has met every demand made Fle
upon them. and while "-men may come and men we p~
may go," the Sign of the Golden Mortar stands
like a beacon and shines for all.
ISAAC M1 LORYEA, Proprietor, pro*
Golden Mortar, f
>4 MANNINC, S. C.
- ' 'HONE NO. 2.
;2"Mail Orders receive immediate attention. srf
DOES NEAT for t1
TVTE ITS A TRIAT.
This slip and 25 cents good z
for one 50-cent bottle Rabbit
F root Liniment at 4
This slip and 30 cents good
for One 50-cent bottle Rbbbit
NFoot Couedh Cure at
This slip and 70 cents goodi
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
4 Comparison is a SUPREME TEST. It is by
0 comparison with the best that STANDARDS are
4 made. Try the
Rabbit Foot Remedies.
If they fail to demonstrate their superiority
4 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
4 news to your friends. Why not give your friends
I the benefit of your experience? If you have a
4 friend who suffers, ask him to try the NEW REM
-EDY, "THE RABBIT FOOT CURE," and give
4 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.
4 REMEMBER, "THE BEST IS THE CHEAP
I EST." While there is 65 cents difference in the
4 price of'the FEVER preparations, you should
4 prefer to pay it, if you are looking for the BEST.
I We offer you a fine chance to compare THE RAB
I BIT FOOT REMEDIES with others. See first
4 part or top of this page.
RHAME'S DRUG STORE is anxious to prove
to its patrons that their trade is appreciated by
4 giving them better service than ever.
NUNNALLY'S Fine Candies at
SRhame 's Drug
~Stor'e, Sunmmerton, S. C.
For Two Weeks Only! _
In order to move TEN THOUSAND POUNDS
OF TOBACCO we are going to sell the follow
ing brands at unheard of prices:
Sweetheart, Alabama Coon, T. P. A., Hickory, 3
Silver Dimes, Red Plum, Liberty Bell, Wild 3
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. Don't put off buying, as it is
RememberWe are the only exclu
Remem ersive Grocery House in
the county and will save you money on every
purchase. We mean what we say. ..
THE PEOPLE'S MONEY SAVERS,
The M1anning Grocery Co. jZ
We can deliver Flues for your barns at any time. We have made them
;eason from the best sheet steel that money can buy, and will rivet them
her to fit any size barn FREE OF CHARGE. Where Flues are to be ship
the railroad we will furnish you parts damaged in transit upon your re
g railroad receipt marked in bad order and showing damage.
We will make it to your advantage this season to place your orders for
in early, you will avoid the rush later on. Come and see us about it, what
~opose doing will save you money, time, trouble and annoyance.
We do repairing while you wait. Bring us your repair work.
Later on you will want PARIS GREEN, etc.: come to see us when you
e have a stock to carry us through the season. We bought our Green at a
when it was a dra~g on the market; the people holding it wanted their
y out of it at any price. We could now sell to the same parties at a good
We have the latest thiug in Mole Traps. Get one and stop the moles
.ng up your tobacco beds.
We want to talk to you about Paint. We want you to use our Celebrated
MAR PAINT; it is giving nerfect satisfaction to those who have used it,
on will find, owing to its fine spreading qualities, that it will cover more
e than most other paints. As an evidence of its merit our sales have in
d from a few gallons annually to more than two hundred gallons within
rears' time. Get our prices and see how cheaply you can beautify your
with this splendid Paint.
You can very much improve your floors and lessen the burden of caring
iem by using our FLOOR PAINTS. All who have used our Paints are de
d with the results. Have your porches and passages painted and note
an improvement it will be.
We have a nice stock of Flower Pots, Jardeniers, etc.
Very truly yours,
ang Hiardware Co.
You will find White the leading coloriof the Spring
and Summer season, and well it should; it looks well and
3 laundries well.
Black sells better than ever before. There is alsoz
demand for the Modish shades of Light Blue, Green,
Pink and Light Ecrus- Gray is very good, although not 4
so expected at first.
Here Are a Few Things
Our White Goods As
White Mercerized Yarns, the lustreless and that ith
a high lustre.
White, Plain and Checked Nainsooks.
White Figured Piques and White Ducks.
White Silk Persian Lawns. -
White India Linon to suit each custoner.
White Albatros and White Henriettas.
White 68-inch wide Organdies.
I Cream Hemstitchdd 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
a Wash Goods we have a strong line to select from.
A New Lot of High Grade Percales SeH
ing Now at 10c.
Other Percales as low as 64c.
5,000 yards of Yard-Wide Fine Sea Island Sheeting
that is worth now 6jc, we bought when cotton was-low
and it is yours for 5c cash.
Last 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.?
J. HI. R~IBY, Manager.
We are positive that you will aree with us that our success was not a;
chance attainment, but was accomplished by our policy adhered to from
the start, selling only at the smallest possible profit.
We can do this on aceount of the SMALLNESS OF OUR EXPENSE
This is the age of specialties. Our specialty is
Dry Goods and iliniiery.
TRIMMED IIATS FOR LADIES' MISSES' AND CHILDREN.
We devote our entire time and attention to these branches, conse
quently we can and do qnote you prioes smaller than our competitors.
Our styles are absolutely correct and most desirable up-to-date- styles
Don't neglect to come and see the styles shown in our store, even though
you do not buy. You are perfectly welcome and will find courteous atten
dants ready and willing to show you through our line.
D. HIR SCH MA.NN
Next~ Door to Postofiice.
Nill inler y
We are now showing, with very reasonable prices, a general ine of
Come and see what we have in Easter Hats. Should we'not have ex
actly what you wish, it can be built to suit you.
Ready-to-Wear Hats. -
Our assortment- of Ready-to-Wear Hats is quite complete. See the,
with the prices, and you will be pleased.
We have the largest assortment of Ribbons shown in the county-all
Colors, all Qualities and all Prices.
EXTRA -:- BARGAINS :* IN -:- SILK(5.
Wash Silks, in all colors, per yard.....--- --- -.-- ---- - ------ --35 cents
Wash Silks, White, extra quality, per yard.....................50 cents
We have the lowest prices on Silks and have a large stock.
Another Bargain Line
In Ladies' Undervests.
Prices 4e to 50e. You must see this line before you buy.
Avant M'ercantile Co.,
* Rnummerton. S.~ C.