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Publishes All County and Town Of
MANNING, S. C., JULY 22. 103.
Advertisers will please re- 1
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 6:45 4
p. m. for the passenger trains, and the car will 1
also meet the freight trains. Arrangements
have been made with the agent at depot to tele
phone when frei'ght trains are approaching
Fare. 10 cents each war.
Every age develops all the heroes it
Mr. E. B. Gamble is now deputy
Mr. C. R. Harvin is at Harris
If we were innocent our griefs would
We regret to learn that Mr. W. T.
Sprott of .Tordan is ill.
Mr. W. B. Dickson is sojourning at
Jackson Springs, N. C.
Manning is one of the most pious
towns in the State-this week.
Mr. R. L. Jones of Nashville, Tenn.,
is at Davis visiting his parents.
Mrs. E. C. Alsbrook of Columbia
spent last Saturday in Manning.
There was a big tobacco sale at the
People's warehouse last Monday.
Mr. I. M. Bagnal has returned home
from Glenn Springs, improved in
The father of Prof. W. A. Stuckey r
died at his home in Bishopville last 1
Mrs. M. E. Burgess and her neice
Miss Margie Appelt leave tomorrow for
Mr. p. Hirschmann has arrived home
from New York, where he has been to
buy his fall stock.
Our country correspondents all went f
fishing this week, accounts for our not
hearing from them.
Mr. English Bodenhamer of Danville, I
Va., will be auctioneer at the People's t
Warehouse this season. i
Mr. J. W. Heriott former .puty t
sheriff has accepted a position in the
store of W. E. Jenkinson.
We are told that Rev. W. P. Fitch is
preaching some very fine sermons at the
ptist church this week.
Mr. W. F. Lyons of Durham, N. C.,
will represent the American Tobacco
Company in Manning this year.
Died last Friday night near Foreston t
John Holladay, a son of the late H.
Jud Holladay, aged about 22 years.
A building and loan association in s
this town will aid materially in provid- e
ing homes for people of smal means.
The County Commissioners have
awarded a contract for painting theI
court house to Mr. C. R. Breedin fore
Readers, you have no idea how hard
it is to get out a readable newspaper 9
when there is no news and nothing ofe
interest to write about.s
The friends of Miss Mittie Wood, a
sister of Mrs. W. M. Turner of this
town, will regret to know that she is
seriously ill at her home in Union.
*Mr A. Loryea with his daughters3
Mrs. J. E. Barnett and Miss Annme
iLoryea, and his son Mr. I. M. Loryea
left last Monday for Waynesville, N. C.
Our popular supervisor of registra- 1
tion Mr. C. T. Ridgeway of Foreston
presented us with a fine lot of cabbagec
and tomatoes, for which he has our
On account of installing a larger dy- 1
name at W. S. Harvin's electric light
plant, no lights will be turned on this
and probably tomorrow evenng. There
fore get your lamps well trimmed.
We understand the council intends
to fix up the school building so the chil- 1
dren will be able to study in comfort, 1
but the work has not yet begun. We
hope, however, they will not wait untilC
On last Friday night a tobacco barn
full of tobacco,'b~elonging to Mr. W. T.c
Lesesne was destroyed by fire. LossI
about $500, and no insurance. The
cause is supposed to be from sponta
neous combustion. 1
There is a protracted meeting now in
progress at the Baptist church. A
teachers summer school at the Insti
tute, and several tobacco buyers from
abroad, which gives the town an en-t
Upwards of 25,000 pounds of tobacco
was sold here last Monday bringing an
average price of 7 cents. The general
satisfaction expressed by the sellers is
a good indication that the buyers are
treating the people right.
Miss Minnie Paget left last Sunday
for New York to join her sister who is<
still there perfecting herself in the mil
linery business arid learning the new
fashions so as to be able to give her pa
trons the very latest in the millinery
The case of R. W. Duckett against
W. M. Butler for recovery of land,
whinh was appealed to the Supreme
Court, was recently decided in favor of
Butler, who was represented by Rhame1
and Davis,and Duckett was representedi
by Wilson & DuRant.
We are informed by one of the
school trustees that the complamnt
made by us in these columns relating
to the scribbling on the walls and desks
has had the desired effect. A man was
employed to go at once to the building
and scour out the offensive .scribbhing.
The county board of education has
appointed for the special school district
Dr. P. M. Salley, E. P. Geddings and
B. P. Broadway as trustees. There
were two petitions for the appointment
of trustees, but the board appointe~d
had a majority of names to their peti
As an experiment would it not be
wise to have the weeds and grass re
moved from the sidewalks, so that the
ladies need not have to go out into the
wagon road to save their skirts from
ruin? We merely ask as it does not ef
fect us, we can wear boots.
It is a mean spirit indeed to oppose
any thing that may be proposed by one
whio is not personally friendly to us.
There are a few such contracted creat
ures in this town, and if it were not for
the dollars they have, there presence
would not have a moments considera
tion, as it is they have dollars which
gives them tolerance.
A communication came to this office
without any signiture, and found its
way into the waste basket. We do not
publish any communications which can
not be accompanied by the name of the
writer, and we will not publish any com
munications which are written for the
purpose of creating a disturbance thatj
i of no interest to the public.
Those from this place who attended
the "Alien immersion" debate in Sum
ter last week came back with the opin
[on that Rev. C. C. Brown was outstrip
ped in argument,but some of these were
> an element known to be the "Anti
Brown." The controversy between
Rev's Porter and Brown, we under
;tand was taken down by stenographers
.or the purpose of publishing the argu
nent in book form; these books are to
)e sold, and we would not mind tak
ng some stock in the enterprise:
,ve believe it will be a money-maker.
rhe Brown friends will contend that
:heir man ate up the Missourian
Zet em alive," and the Anti-Brown
orces will contend that the Carolinian
xas "completely demolished." The
ontending elements will advertise the
)ook, and immersionists as well as non
mmersionists, will be anxious to read
md judge for themselves, even the
-eading non-believer will buy the
ook. If put up in attractive bindings
mnd placed in the hands of oily tongued
tents the scheme is a tempting in
:ures Blood Poison, Cancer, Ulcers, Eczema,
Carbuncles, Etc. Medicine Free.
Robert Ward, Maxey's, Ga.. says: "I suffered
omblood poison, my head, face and shoulders
vere one mass of corruption, aches in bones
Ld joints, burning, itching. scabby skin. was
al run down and discouraged. but Botanic
lood Balm cured me perfectly. healed all the
ores and gave my skin the rich'glow of health.
3lood Balm put iew life into my blood and new
Lbition into my brain... Geo . A. Williams.
oxbury. face covere with pimples. chronic
ore on back of head. suppurating swelling on
eck, eating ulcer on leg. bone pains, itching
kin cured perfectly by Botanic Blood Balm
;oras all healed. Botanic Blood Balm cures all
alignant blood troubles. such as eczema. scabs
nd scales. pimples, running sores, carbuncles,
crofula, etc. Especially advised for all ob
tinate cases that have reached the second or
hird stage. Improves the digestion: strength
ns weak kidneys. Druggists. Si. To prove it
ures. sample of Blood Balm sent free and pre
aid by writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga.
)escribe trouble and free medical advice sent
n sealed letter. For sale by The R. B. Loryea
Last Monday Mr. E. A. Tennant who
ives at Davis Station called upon us,
nd informed us that on the 2nd of No
-ember last his wife Lutitia eloped
ith a man by the name of W. J. Laffi
lay, who used to work on Davis' tram
oad. Tannant says Laffiday has a wife
iving at Davis Station, and several chil
tren by a former wife living at Darling
on. He has no idea where the recre
nt couple went to, and he cannot under
tand why his wife should have deserted
Lim, as he is about 30 years of age, and
affiday is not less than 50. Mr, Ten
tant is anxious to receive information
-egarding his wife, and anyone who
an supply him with it will do him a
avor. Lutitia is of medium height,
lark complexion, very neatly built and
bout 27 years of age. Laffiday is a
ow man with heavy sandy moustache,
ieavy eye brows and several moles on
he sides of his face. He is a bad look
ng man and talks very gross. Mr. Ten
tant says. the reason he did not adver
ise for his wife before now is because
ke thought she would return to him of
ter own accord, but that she ..as not
'eturned he is anxious for her to come
s is her duty to do.
Very Remarkable Cure of Diarrhoea.
"About six years ago for the first-time
a my life I had a sudden and severe at
ack of Diarrhoea," says Mrs. Alice
iller, of Morgan, Texas. I got tem
rary relief, but it came back again
nd again, and for six long years I have
uffered more misery and agony than I
an tell. It was worse than death. My~
usband spent hundreds of dollars for
hysicians' prescriptions and treatment
rithout avail. Finally we moved to
osque county, our present home, and
>ne day 1 happened to see an advertise
aent of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
,nd Diarrhoea Remedy with a testimon
a of a man who had been cured~by it.
he case w'as so simular to mine that I
oncluded to try the remedy. The re
ult was wonderful. I could hardly re
lize that I was well again, or believe it
ould be so after having suffered so long,
hat one bottle of medicine, costing but
few cents, cured me." For sale by The
1. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Lor
Board of Trade.
Manning has at last organized a
oard of trade, from which we hope for
rood results. The organization is well
dicered with youno active business
nen who should not Yeave a stone un
urned when it comes to the welfare of
his town, and the officers can not be
rin too soon if they propose to tbe of
ervice for the fall business. The first
tep, which in our opinion, is the most
mportant, will be to get in touch with
he railroad traffic department and the
state railroad commission for the pur,
>ose of securing a freight rate on cot
on which will put this market on a
ooting with Sumter. We regard our
tton market the most important and
herefore in need of the board's first
President, J. H. Rigby: Vice Presi
ent, W. E. Jenkinson; Secretary, J.
P. Geiger: Treasurer, J. D. Gerald.
L.. L. Barron, J. D. Gerald, F. P. Ervin,
3. A. Johnson, W. G. King, E. C. Hor
on, Jr., and S.-L. Krasnoff, directors.
Another meeting vas held last Mon
Lay evening at which the board recoin
nended .,the pub~lic cotton weighing
ystem for the town and instructed the
.ecretary to take the necessary steps
a comply with the law regarding the
The secretary was also instructed to
iommunicate with the railroad author
ties with regard to the freight rates
n cotton, looking to placing Manning
n a footing with other markets. The
oard also requests all merchants of this
own to open up correspondence with
:otton mills with a view to securing
tencies for the purchase of cotton, in
rder to make competition here as ac
ive as possible.
It is very gratifying to us to see the
;pirit displayed by this organization
md if the people will encourage it, we
onestly believe Manning will over
lome some of the obstacles that has
leprived her of her- just proportion
f Clarendon's cotton. It is manifestly
lear that the members of this board of
Grade are in earnest to work for the
apbuilding of the town, and as it is
fficered with young enterprising busi
aess men who realize the importance of
oulling together we are very much en
ouraged in Manning's future as a com
For a lazy liver try Chamberlain's
Stomach & Liver Tablets. They invig
)rate the liver, aid the digestion, regu
Late the bowels and prevent bilious at
acks. For sale by the R. B. Loryea
Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
There will be a meeting of the old
oldiers of Co. H, 26 S. C. V., on Satur
iav before the fourth Sunday in August
t'Shilohi, Sumter county, S. C. All
persons are respectfully invited with
By order of committee.
5 . M. HICKS,
Disease takes no summer
SIf you need flesh and
y strength use
summer as in winter.
Send for tree sample.
ISCOTr & BOWNJE, Chemists,
409.45 Pearl Street, New York.
Testimonials of Appreciation.
Editor The Munning Times:
I requested Major Bradham to allow
me to publish the following testimo
nials which were voluntarily sent him
by the board and superintendent of
New Mexico Military Academy, as it is
gratifying to his friends to know of his
success as a commandant in the "Wild
NEW MEXICO MILITARY INSTITUTE.
ROSWELL. NEW MEXICO.
Mfay 23. 1903.
To Whom it May Concern:
This is to certify that Maj. D. A. Bradham of
South Carolina has been Commandant of the
New Mexico Military Institute for the session
of 1902-1903: that he has given entire satisfac- C
tion as drill master. disciplinarian and instruc
tor. Major Bradham is a tireless worker. ex.
ceedingly conscientious and a thorough gentle
man. Were it not for the fact that he wishes
to quit school work. I would have most earn
estly recommended his election as an officer in
this school for the session of 1903-1904.
J. W. WILLsox.
To Whom it May Concern:
This is to commend to your attention Maj. D.
A. Bradham. for the year past Commandant of
the New Mexico Military Institute. His record 1
in this school is above reproach or criticism.
He is a good and faithful instructor. a tireless
worker and a magnificent disciplinarian. While d
in our employ he has deported himself as a
thorough gentleman and as a loyal. upright cit
it is with regret that we lose Major Bradham I
from the Institute faculty, and we have no hesi- 2
tancy in recommending him to any one desiring
a man worthy or trust. NA-rAN JAFFA.
Pres. Board of Regents.
L. MARTINI MANCIYNI.
Sec. Board of Regents.
Board of Regents-Governor Maguel A. Otero.
Hon. Frncisco Chaves. Supt. Pub. Instruction:
N. Jaffa, J. C. Lee. W. M. Reed. E. A. Cahoon. V
R. S. Hamilton.
Saved From Terrible Death.
The family of Mrs. M. L. Bobbitt of
Bargeton, Tenn.. saw her dying and (
were powerless to save her. The most
skillful physicians and every remedy
used, failed, while consumption was
slowly but surely taking her life. In f
this terrible hour Dr. King's New Dis- c
covery for Consumption turned despair 3
into joy. The first boutle brought im
mediate relief and its continued use
completely cured her. It's the most
certain. cure in the world for all throat
and lung troubles. Guaranteed bottles
50c and $1. Trial bottles free at The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Pinewood Pickups. e
Editor The'Manning Times:
Pinewood has fallen in line with other
towns in the way of improvements.
Mr. R. L. Felder is erecting a hand
some two-story store. The upper s-ory
will be occupied by the K. of P. lodge.
r. Felder is also erecting a large sta
ble, where he intends to run a large
Livery, feed and sale stable.
The Pinewood Mercantile Company
will be ready for business about August
L5, with Mr. Robin Brailsford, formerly F
)f Levi Bros. of Sumter as manager. E
Miss Jack Rogers of Lake City is vis
[ting her sister, Mrs. Henry F. Stack. 2
Miss Decca E. Lawrence, who has
been visiting in Lake City, has returned
Mr. D. F. Lide is still confined to his
Miss Lide of Lumber, S. C., is visit
ing Misses Sue and Inez Lide.
Miss Minnie Griffin, who has been _
isitine relatives near Jordan, has re
Miss Mamie Brown is visiting friend
md relatives at Privateer.
Rev. S. 0. Cantey was unable to fili
ds appointment here last Sunday even- i
ing on account of severe hot weather
Miss Mabel Rollins is visiting her y
[riend, Mrs. H. F. Stack.
Mr. Henry F. Stack has been laid up
Mr. Miller Lide is at home for a J
Miss V. K. Galluchat of Manning is
visiting Miss Julia Brai~sford.
Miss Ruth Smith is at the summer
Mr. Tom C. Smith, relief agent, is at
Wedgefield this week.
Miss McColl is visiting Miss Lela
Our little town is full of summer vis
itors, but Mr. Editor, I am unable to
give accounts of the "gayeties," as I
can't attend now.
P. S.-I camne very near not men- r
tioning thtat Mr. Tom C. Cuttino has
sprung from his tussock in Sammy
Swamp and landed at Pinewood. Mr. q
Cuttino is here under the treatment of a
Dr. P. M. Salley. Tomn can be found s'
at Mr. R. F. Epperson's. B. Y
No man or woman in the state will S
hesitate to speak well of Chamberlain's d
Stomach and Liver Tablets after once o
trying them. They always produce a fi
pleasant movement of the bowels, im- ti
prove the appetite and strengthen the ti
digestion. For sale by the R. B. Lor- 1j
y-ea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea,
When some people do you a favor
they never allow you to forget it.
When a man loses; confidence in him
self he makes the vote unanimous. C
The Foundatlo2 of Health. i
Nourishment is the foundation of health
-life-strength. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure -
is the one great medicine that enables
the stomach and digestive organs to di
gest, assimilate and transform all foods
into the kind of blood that nourishes the
nerves and feeds the tissues. Kodol
lavs the foundation for health. Nature.
does the rest. Indigestion, Dvspepsia,
and all disorders of the stomnadh and di
gestive organs are cured by the use of
Iodol. Sold by The R. B. Loryea Dr'ug
tore. __ _ _ _1
There will be a meeting of old sol
dier of Co. H. 26 S. C. V. at Shiloh in
Sumter county on Saturday in August.
before the 4th, Sunday. All persons,
are respectfully invited, with full bas
k-ets. By order of the committee. g
J. W. HICKS, Sect'y.
Just About Bedtime
take a Little Early Riser-it will cure 2
constipation, billiousness and liver trou
bles. DeWitt's Little Early Risers are
diferent from other pills. They do not
gripe and break down the mucous mem
brances of the stomach, liver and bowels,
but cure by gently arousing the secre
tions and giving strength to these or
gans. Sold by The R. B. Loryea Drug
It in exceptional to find a family
where there are no domestic ruptures
occasionally, but these can be lessened
by having Dr. King's New Life Pills
around. Much trouble they save by
their great work in stomach and liver
troubles. They not only relieve you,.
but cure. 25c, at The R. B. Loryea
The man who has the least character
is the one who is continually trying to
have it vindicated.
A Very Close Call.1
"I stuck to my engine,although every I
joint ached and every nerve was racked
with pain," writes C. W. Bellamy, a lo
comotive fireman of Burlington, Iowa.
"I was weak and pale, without any ap- .
petite and all run down. As I was
about to give up, I got a bottle of Elec
tric Bitters, and after taking it, I felt
as well as I ever did in my life." Weak,
sicly, run down people always gamn
ne life, strength and vigor from their
use. Try them. Satisfaction guaran
ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY, 1898.
I Rhame's Drug Store.
A Talk on
The science of PHARMACY has advanced
more rapidly in the last decade than in.the pre
vious half century. The science of MEDICINE
has advanced with equal rapidity.
Public welfare demands that two sciences al
ways keep abreast; they are dependent one upon
the other to a degree that the public does not fully
New remedies are constantly coming into use,
old remedies being perfected and advanced meth
ods being adopted. All these changes mean new
problems for the pharmacist.
More knowledge and skill is constantly being
required. The Druggist who is not progressive
cannot possibly give the kind of service that pub
lic welfare demands.
The Pharmacist and his stock must be fully
up to the times, as nearly as possible. The Drug
gist must advance as fast as his science or he is
sure to fail in his duties to his customers. The
smaller the patronage the more difficult it is for
the druggist to maintain the proper standard.
It is the aim of RHAME'S DRUG STORE to
provide the public with the best service possible
under the limitations that exist in small towns.
We are trying to provide cool, dark closets in
which to keep those drugs which are sensitive to
light and heat.
PRESCRIPTIONS receive the most careful
Our next advertisement will set forth the re
lations that exist between Doctors and Pharma
Rhame's Drug Store,
SUrIERTON, S. C.
L. & M. Paints $1.35 gallon, f.o.b. New York.
Paris Green 15 cents pound at
RHAME'S DRUG STORE.
A special price on Linseed Oil.
A special cut on Toilet Soaps.
A close shave on Writing Paper at
The M~anning Grocery Co..
IN CLARENDON COUNTY.
The time is at hand for placing Flues in your barns
with which to cure your tobacco. We have anticipated
your need by makmg up the finest lot of FLUES ever
shown on this market. We invite your closest inspection
of them. Call and let us show you how they are put to
gether for your convenience; we will take pleasure in
showing them to you. Our prices are such as to sell to
the closest buyers. We make one price to all, which is
We still have an excellent stock of
Bellows, Paris Green, Wire and
Twine. Our Thermometers are
Guaranteed to be all right.
Orstock of COOK STOVES have come in; we will
Sbe glad to have you inspect them. They are the finest
Cookers we have ever sold.I
Do not fall to see our display of
We are making a special sale of this crate. You will
find the prices almost half of what is usually charged for
the same quality of Ware.
If you do not care to take advantage of this sale we
will be pleased to show you the different pieces and name
you te prces. Very truly yours,
iiYRalilll Hardware Co. i
S. 1. Till's, Levi block.
Baby Carriages and Go-Carts at The
Wood's Wheat Seed is the .best.
he R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Read Krasnoff's furniture news, you
rill find something interesting.
S. L. Krasnoff is having a special re
ioval sale, see him before you buy.
Plant Wood's tested and-true Wheat
leed. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Will arrive in a few days, a carload
f 125 barrels Lime.. Legg & Hutchin
To Rent-A neat cottage in a desira
le portion of the town. A pply to E. B.
Just received, a shipment of 25,000
bs. Timothy Hay, old crop. Legg &
Two cars of Brick, one from Society
fill, the other from Georgia; good
rick for work in tobacco barns. Legg
For Sale. 98 acres of land adjoining
,. L. Wells in Santee township, also
00 acres of land adjoining Jeff D.
folladay in Mt. Zion township apply
t this office.
The man who wrecks a train is a
riminal, but the man who wrecks a
-hole rail road is a great financier.
Catarrh of the Stomach.
Vhen the stomach is overloaded; when
)od is taken into it that fails to digest,
decays and iniames the mucous mem
rane, exposing the nerves, and causes
de glands to secret mucin, instead of
de natural juices of digestion. This is
alled Catarrh of the Stomach. For
ears I suffered with Oatarrh of the
tomach, caused by indigestion. Doc
3rs and medicines failed to benefit rae
ntil I used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure.
old by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Notice to Creditors.
All persons having claims against the
tate of W. E. McFaddin, deceased,
ill present them duly attested, and
1ose owing said estate will make paiy
S. E. McFADDIN,
Sardinia, S. C.
July 21, 1903. [44-4t
I. M. Dean's Shop
or the best Repair Work on Wagons,
uggies, Carts, etc.
lorseshoeing a Specialty.
You can get an allround job of first
ass work on Horseshoeing for 80 ets.
See me and get your work done first
ass and cheap.
Manning, S. C.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
ichardl I. Manning, Plaintiff,
cob Butler, Newton Butler, Sarah
Martin, Mary Ann Bowman, Esther
Lawson, Lillie P. Lawson, Edward
P. Butler, Ada Mason, Ida Pear
son, Jasper F., Butler, Sicco Martin
Butler, Hessie Ann Butler, Adam
Bowman, Mary J. Miller, Allen
Bowman, Jr., Charlie Bowman, Al
len Bowman, Kate Bowman, Willie:
Bowman, Harry Bowman and Ida:
Bowman, Margaret Bowman, De-:
UMMONS FOR REUEm--(Complaint:
o the Defendants above named:
You are hereby summoned and re
uired to answer the Complaint in this
tion, of which a copy is herewith
arved upon you, and to serve a copy of
our answer to said Complaint on the
ibscriber at his office in the town of
lanning, in Clarendon County, and
tate of South Carolina, within twenty
sys after the service hereof, exclusive
Ethe day of such service; and if you
i to answer the Complaint within the
me aforesaid, the plaintiff in this ac
on will apply to the Court for the re
ef demanded in the Complaint.
The Summons and Complaint in this
tse was filed in the office of Clerk of
ourt on the second day of July, 1903.
Dated March 21, 1903.
The Defendants, Jacob Butler and:
barlie Bowman, take notice that the:
laintiff makes no personal demand;
~ainst you in this action.
Plaintiff 's Attorney.:
e R, B, Loryea Drug Store
IS THE MOST POPULAR DRUGE
BECAUSE Uniform courtesy is cx
L st. tended to all patrons, whether rich or
por ht rcolored
d)BCUSE We carry the largest and
~. mos complete line of DRUGS,
MEDICINES and CHEMICALS.
Td BECAUSE Our Prescription Depart
IL4. ment is conducted on strict Pharma
th. BCUSE Promptness. Celerity,
. ipthand Skill are exhibited first,
inst and all the time.
--4 BECAUSE Night calls are cheerfully,
)u.L. courteously and promptly responded'
htBECAUSE envy, jealousy and mal
3. ice have no home in our establish-C
7.41 BECAUSE We are agents for the
ruL. . justly popular LONGMAN & MAR- a
TINEZ PREPARED PAINTS.
3th. BECAUSE We egent fr
Garden Seed. Seed that will germi
nate, and which secured the medal'
for general excellence from the Paris
Exposition of 1900.
)ht BECAUSE We are the agents for
.INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD
COMPANY'S Products. We have Y
.many unsolicited testimonials regard
'ing their efficacy.
L~BUT Why tell people what they
LbU. already know? And they are fully
aware that THE R. B. LORYEA ?
DRUG STORE Is conceded to bce
the Ideal Drug Store of Clarendon ?
For Twenty-eight years THE R. B. LORYEA
)RUG STORE has met every demand made
:pon them. and while "men may come and mena
ay go." the Sign of the Golden Mortar stands
ike a beacon and shines for all.
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Proprietor,
- Sigrn ot1he
S MANNINC, S. C.
*E=*HON E No. 2.
JENKINSON'S WA .+1I
Ninety-nine merchants out of a hundred put down July and
August as two off months when nothing can be done but sit down
atad wait for the fall to open up business and let their expenses
make big inroads into the fall profits.
THE JENKINSON WAY is to have no let up-keep contin
ually at it, making every month stand for itself. Sit down and ,
play checkers to while away the dull days of July and August.
Oh! now, Jenkinson is doing his business with all the energyhe
can bring to bear on those quiet months.
THE JENKINSON WAY is to gather all of the odds-"-,
ends together and mark them down at irresistible values -or
cash-values that will make you go down into your pocketbook
for the cash.
Just look at some of these prices:
A large line of Dimities, beautiful styles, that sold-in the ea
spring at 121 and 15c per yard, they are yburs ndw for the cash
71c per yard.
We still have on hand quite a large assortment of those
Lawns that we are now selling at only 2jc per yard; ten yards
A large line of Crash Skirting that we have been selling
10c per yard; they are yours for the cash while they last for onl
61c per yard.
We still have on hand quite a large line of Ladies' White Lawu
Shirt Waists that we are now selling at about one-half of tbel.t.
real worth. We can sell you a nice Shirt Waist for what them
terials will cost you. If you are interested in Shirt Waists it w
not do for you to miss this very choice bargain.
To misrepresent an article.you are advertising does you more-'
harm than good-it really does you an injury. When we say".."
are selling you a 50c shirt at 35c or three for $1 we mean justgh"'
Call and see the splendid line of Gent's 50c Negligee Shiz ...'
that we are selling at 35c, or th'ree for $1.
A large line of finer goods at very attractive prices.
Great values to offer in Gent's Summer Underwear. Call
Ladies, when we tell yoil that we are selling out all Millinery_'
goods except ribbons at half price, we mean just what we say.
Ladies, if you need a nice Hat at sacrifice prices, here is you
Collars and Cuffs
During the hot days of July and August you will need l
Collars and Cuffs. Come to us, we will meet your wants
largest stock of Collars and Cuffs to be found in this part of e
State. You can get just what you need in both 10 and 15c Colla
Ladies, we carry the largest stock of Corsets of any house e
this town in both 5 and $1 goods. All of the best brands of
sets are carried in our stock.
We are offering great bargains in all lines of Spring and Sun
mer goods in order to close them out by the end of the season
. K. JEllING
Sumrtiehs oeatls , I I osa~wt ra
oc.Owing totelate cool spring weather~ you have
not done your usual shopping. hence all our lines are jam i
full of Seasonable Goods tha~t we must greatly -reduc
within the next few weelks, and so to do this thing we will~j
make the prices along all lires of Dependable Goods so
that our competitors won't care to even try to match.
One case new smooth finish 32-inch wide Colored Batiste that
wholesale houses have been asking 101ic for; we offer the entire lot
for 10c the yard.
ILadies' Black 'I~rop-Stitchi Hosiery.
A snappy, full fashined Hose for 10c, or three pair for 25c.
Just a few more of those Full Bleached Tape Neck Gauze Under-3
vests. If you have been putting off the buying of such goods you will
gI need them now; 'they are still yours for5eceach. Only a few left.
Plenty of the Unbleached Tape Neck Summer Vests at oc each,
Sor 50c the dozen.
One case Palm Leaf Fans at lc each. KEEP COOL while ethev -
Nice things in
IWhite Dress Goods.
~IWashable Persian Lawns. India Linons, Organdies, Nainsooks,
Dimiity, Madras, Mercerized, 'P. K. 's and Fancies. See if our prices
tare not below the other fellow on such goods.
Ladies, our stock of Embroideries, and Laces is a great deal
hcheaper than you will get them elsewhere in the city. Come and see
O rurs esshow window looks WARM these days of SUNSHINE,
but if you will take time to ask about the prices of this lot of Rugs
displayed there you will find that the prices are away down below
zero, while the quality and styles range way up to 100._
Rugs from 40c to $1.50; that is 2.5 per cent off in prices. Get your
V pick while they last.te
We are receiving another shipment of those fine Summer Shoes,
Sin the Strap Sandals, Colonials and Oxfords. You will appreciat
rCome to see us and spend your cash and if you are not pleased
tes Shoes ifyuet. h-m
J. H. RIGBY, M~anager.