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Publishes All County and Town Of
MANNING, S. C., AUG. 3. 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.
Manning Street Car Schedule.
Leave Central Hotel corner 9:00 a. m. and 6:4t
p. m. for the passenger trains, and the car will
also meet the freight trains. Arrangements
have been made with the agent at depot to tele
phone when freight trains are approaching
Fare. 10 cents each war.
Mr. C. L. McElveen has accepted a
position in the store of Mr. S. A. Rigby.
Mrs. J. T. Stukes has gone to Florida
in response to a telegram announcing
her mother ill.
Died on the 24th. of July near Tur
beville Mr. D. Nelson Gamble, aged
about 60 sears.
Miss Claude Wright of Alabama is in
Manning on a visit to her sister, Mrs.
A. C. Bradham.
Mr. Willie Montgomery of Honea
path has accepted a position in the
store of S. A. Rigby.
There is objection being raised to
the town council's purpose to place elec
tric lights in Dogtown.
Rev. G. R. Whitaker and family of
Turbeville left last night for Hender
son, S. C. to visit relatives.
Mr. Robert J. Burgess of Mouzons
has accepted a position of salesman at
Jenkinson's dry goods store.
Misses Mayme and Loulie Harvin
have returned home from a visit to Mrs. 1
W. A. Avant at Summerton.
Mrs. M. E. Burgess and Miss Margie 1
Appelt returned home from Harris i
Springs last Thursday evening.
The tobacco barn of Mr. A. T. Bud
din near Sardinia filled with tobacco
was destroyed by fire on the 23rd of 1
The Shaluhy brothers have opened
up a store at Summerton, and are, well
pleased with the reception they have
Prof. Shoemaker and wife returned ]
to Manning yesterday after a two ]
weeks visit to their parents in Little
Within the past few days there have
been several persons from other coun
ties prospecting for farming lands in
Mrs. Ada Williams of Yorkville is
in Manning visiting Mrs. P. B. Thames
Mrs. Williams was a Miss Cauthen, and
attended school in Manning.
Mr. H. T. Avant Summerton's big
merchant passed through Manning last
Thursday evening on his way home
from the northern markets. 1
A colored excursion from Sumter hit
this town last Thursday, and "de ladies
and gemmen" from the neighboring
city seemed to enjoy their stay'.
Mr. Joel E. Brunson of Kingstree isi
installing a large lumber plant at
Brewington which will be a conven
ience to that section of the county.
Professor R. M. Davis of the South
Carolina College will deliver an address
in Institute hall next Friday evening.
There should be a large attendence.
Died in Columbia last Friday Mr C.
Wesley W eeks, formerly of this coun-1
ty. The funeral took place at Calvary
church, near Pinewood Saturday after
There will be preaching in the Pres
byterian church on next Sunday. The
congregation is endeavoring to have
the church supplied while the pulpit is
The date for holding the examination
for the citadel scholarships is yet to be
fixed by the State Superintendant of
Education Martin. .We were under
the itiipression it hard been fixed.
-The board of health should investi-4
gate the effect of the water lying about
the artesian wells, and ascertain if it is
necessary to have the town to provide
the meanis to carry this water awvay.,
A part from this place composed of
Dr. and Mrs. W' E. Brown, Mrs. G. L.
Dickson, Mrs. 5.5J. Bowman, Miss Effie
Wells and W. T. Sprott of Jordan left
for Glenn Springs yesterday morning.
Miss Beulah Dinkins after spending
her vacation in Williamsdurg county
has returned to Manning and is again
in Jenkinson's millinery department
where she is ready to serve her lady
friends with articles from S. I.j to P.
Married by Rev. G. R. Whitaker at
Turbeville on the 28th, of July at the
residence of the bride's parents Mr.
A. H. Pope and Miss Mattie Thigpen
a daughter of Mr. Robert Thigpen; on
Wednesday a reception was given at
the groom's home.
A number of young men from this
town went to Summerton to play ball
last Wednesday. but they didn't play,
the Summerton boys did play however,
and sent the Manningites back home
with the admonition to practice with
Read the notice to farmers in another
column: it means a sincere effort to er
anize ' for protection. Farmers, _at
end this meeting and if you organize,
other sections will follow, and in short
order the entire cotton belt will be in
shape to demand justice.
Besides awarding the contract for
painting the court to Mr. C. R. Breedin
for $425 the Commissioners have also
awarded to Contractor McRoy, a con
tract for repairing the plastering and
some other work for .$325, making a
total of $750 for court house work.
A gentleman from the Fork section
was in town last Friday and told us,
that the bridges on Black river cause
way are in a dangerous condition. W~e
hope our supervisor will look after this
at once, as a very important part of the
trade coming to Manning must come
from that direction.
Mr. A. S. Alderman of Florence, was
married to Miss Maggie Bradham last
Sundav afternoon at 5:30 o'clock, at the
residenice of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. R. W. Bradham, on Harvmn
street. Rev. C. C. Brown, D. D., was
the officiating mninister.-Sumter Her
ald, August 1st, 1903.
There will be held an examination
in the court house Friday August 21st,
for scholarship in the South Carolina
college. This scholarship means free
tuition and $40 in cash to help defray
expenses. Surely, some Clarendon boy
has the ambition to try for this prize.
Mrs. E~. S. M. Hammett, mother of
Mrs. D. J. Auld, died at 12 o'clock
last Tuesday night at the home of her
daughter, on Calhoun street. She had
reached the advanced age of 81 years,
and had been sick for a long time past.
The funeral services were held at the
residence at 10 o'clock Wednesday
morning and the remains were taken
to Blackville, the former home of the
deceased, on the 2 o'clock train, where
they were interred.-Sumter Herald,
Augusnt 1. 1903.
Mr. W. H. Strickland and Miss M.
Addie Auld, both of this city, were
united in marriage at the home of the
bride's mother, Mrs. D. J. Auld, on
West Calhoun street last Wednesday
evening at 8:30 o'clock. The ceremony
was performed by Rev. N. W. Ed
munds, D. D. The marriage was very
quiet owing to the recent death of Mrs.
Hammett, the bride's grandmother.
Sumter Herald, August 1st 1903
Nearly Forfeits His Life.
A runaway almost ending fatally,
started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J.
B. Orner, Franklin Grove, Ill. For four
years it defied all doctors and all rem
edies. but Bucklin's Arnica Salve had
no trouble to cure him. Equally good
for burns, bruises, skin eruptions and
piles. 25c at The R. B. Loryea Drug
On last Friday Mr. Warren DuRant,
superintendait of the telephone system
for the D. W. Alderman Son's Co., at
Alcolu, met with a very serious acci
lent. He was on a tram car and by
;ome means lost his footing and was
violently hurled from the car while in
notion, one arm was broken and there
ire several contusions about the chest.
It has not yet been ascertained wheth
r there are any internal injuries. We
aope he will soon be well.
Eat All You Waut.
Persons troubled with indigestion or
lyspepsia can eat all they want if they
vili take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. This
remedy prepares the stomach for the
!eception, resention, digastion and as
;imulation of all the wholesome food
that may be eaten, and enables the di
restive organs to transform the same
.nto the kind of blood that gives health
md strength. Sold by The R. B. Lor
rea Drug Store.
The Mutual Dry Goods Co. is receiv
ng great piles of goods and they are
,orking night and day to get the goods
>pened up and marked to be ready for the
:rade. Mr, Turner has informed us
hat it will be impossible for him to
rite an advertisement for this issue,
)ut to reserve a column of space fur
iim. These young men have their
leeves rolled up, and their faces show
hat they have come into this market
o do business, regardless of, and in de
iance of any competition existing or
hat might exist.
DeWitt is the Name.
When you got to buy Witch Hazel
;ale look for the name DEWITT on ev
:rv box. The pure, unadulterted Witch
azel is used in making DeWitt's Witch
3azel Salve, which is the best salve for
uts, burns, bruises, boils, eczema and
>iles. The popularity of DeWitt's
itch Hazel Salve, due to its many
;ures, has caused numerous worthless
;ounterfits to be placed on the market.
['he genuine bears the name of E. C.
)eWitt & Co., Chicago. Sold by The
t. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Rev. L. J. Ehrlick of Morganton,
'. C. a converted Jew has been con
ucting a series of meetings at Pine
xrove, which closed last Sunday. The
neetings were a great success, 25 con
ersions, and 42 new names added to
he church roll. Mr. Ehrlick claims to
Lave been led into the light of Christ
anity by a little six year old child, and
t was through the instrumentality of
his child that he embraced the Chris
ian faith. He is said to be a fine ex
ounder of the Bible, and a very earn
st and persistent worker.
Mrs. Mollie Allen of South Fork, Ky.,
as she has prevented attacks of chole
s morbus by taking Chamderlain's
~tomach and Liver Tablets when she
elt an attack coming on. Such attacks
r usually caused by indigestion and
hese Tablets are just what is needed
o cleanse the stomach and ward off the
~pproacning attack. Attacks of billious
olic may be prevented in the same way.
or sale by The R. B. Loryea Drug
store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
There will be an educational rally and
icnic at Pine Grove on August 18th to
'hich THE TIfES editor is cordually
nvited and will perhaps attend. Ad
resses will be delivered by Prof. J. G.
linkscales of Wofford College, Dr. W.
N. Daniel, Columbia Female College,
rof Willis, Bamberg Fitting School
Lnd Rev. H. B.. Browne, Presiding El
ler Sumter District.
We know of no section so thoroughly
roused on the subject of education,
td we know ot no section (not except
ng our county seat) that has better
The Pine Grove graded school trus
ees are wide awake, comply strictly
'ith the law, and employ first class
~eachers, and keep them wheri they get
rood ones. The teachers of last year
ave all been re-elected, because they
lid their duty in the school room. The
~aculty is composed of Prof. A. T. Helms
>f Waxhaw, N. C., principal, Miss Car
rie Nabors of Spartanburg, assistant,
md Miss Carrie Lou Harmon of Griers,
usic teacher. The only contention
wvith regard to that school was the con
~ingent fee, and the trustees wisely did
way with that fee, and arranged to
mppleent any deficiency by private
mbscription. Pine Grove has set an ex
mple worthy of emulation.
Boy Cured of Colic After Physician's Treat
ment Had Failed.
My boy when four years old was taken
with colic and cramps in his stomach.
[ sent for the doctor and he injected
:orphine, but the child kept getting
worse. I then gave him half a teaspoon
ful of Cnamberlain's Colic Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, and in half an hour
be was sleeping and soon recovereb. -
F'. L. Wilkins, Shell Lake, Wis. Mr.
Wilkins is book-keeper for the Shell
Lake Lumber Co. For sale by The R.
B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea,
There was a very pleasant occasion
last Saturday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. T. Martin Mims near silver, the
occasion was the celebration of the
golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and
Mrs. Mims, v~o on the 2nd day of Aug
ust, 153 were united in holy wedlock,
and for 50 years were blessed to be spar
ed to each other, and also to have been
blessed with 13 children, 10 now living,
who are noted for magnificient phy
siue. beautiful women, stalwart, hand
some men, 32 grandchildren of which 24
are living, and one great-grandchild;
all of their children and all of the grand
children, witti one exception were pres
ent besides a few near relatives. This
family reunion was a great delight to the
"old "folks" who by the way are as
sprightly as many couples of tenderer
years. In the afternoon a collation was
sread and the whole party were as hap
p~y as when Mr. and Mrs. Nlims blush
ingly sat down to their wedding feast 50
years ago. Among the many golden
presents was a considerable amount of
gold coin, and we hope this couple will
continue on their journey through life
and have with them on the occasion of
their diamond wedding an increased
number of grand and great-grandchil
Notice to Farmers.
St. Paul, S. C.. August 3. 1903.
The farmers of St. James. Concord
and St. Marks townships are requested
to meet at Davis Cross Roads August
15th, at 4 o'clock p. m. for the puirpose
of organizing a farmers' club. It. is im
portant to every farmer who has his
own and his brother farmers- interes:.s
at heart to attend this meeting.
TJEFF \. DAVIS
it is hard under present conditions
to know what to advise with regard to
the sale of tobacco, but we feel safe in
cautioning our readers against bring
ing to market a quality and quantity
that will not pay the warehouse
charges. Our attention was called to a
sale of tobacco last week, the proceeds
of which lacked nine cents of paying
for weighing and floor charges. The
farmer hauled his tobacco from a con
siderable distance, put it on sale and
actually fell in debt; in other words, he
brought his tobaeco to market. gave it
away and paid the warehouse nine
cents to take it off his hands. Now,
that such a circumstance should have
happened is not the fault of the market.
the fault lay with the farmer who exer
cised such poor judgment as to bring to
market a small amount of. tobacco and
that a very poor quality. If there is
any blame attached to the warehouse it
is with the management in not declin
ing to receive so small a quantity of
such a quality, because it laid itself lia
ble to be misrepresented. The fellow
paying nine cents to get clear of his
tobacco went off and made it appear
that he was robbed. The amount be
ing so small, it would have been better
in the market's interest to have not
charged anything for weighing and
other charges. As it is, the farmers
are not getting a good price for their
tobacco, and of our own knowledge Mr.
R1. D. Clark of the People's Warehouse
has been advising the farmers not to
put their product on the market,
nrging them to wait, as he hopes it
will do better later on. But inasmuch
as tobacco is not bringing more than
half what it brought last year, in our
judgment the warehouses should meet
the people half way and reduce their
charges. When a product is bringing
a good price the people do not mind
paying a good price for service, but
when it is crushed to death by a greedy
trust those at home should not add to
the misery by taking from the farmer
the little the trust leaves him.
The warehouseman who puts down
his charges in accordance with the
price will be regarded as the farmers'
friend and he will not be forgotten
when the clutches of the trust loosens
Escaped an Awful Fate.
Mr. H. Haggins of Melbourne. Fla.,
writes, "My doctor told me I had con
sumption and nothing could be done for
me. I was given up to die. The offer
of a free trial bottle of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, induced me
to try it. Results were startling. I am
now on the road to recovery and owe all
to Dr. King's New Discovery. It sure
ly saved my life." This great cure is
guaranteed for all throat and lung dis
eases by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free.
They Danced in Bathing Suits.
That was no apparition, several young
men saw last Monday, while passing a
residence on one of our principal streets,
no indeed it was not. What they saw
was alive, and very much so, made of
flesh and blood, and not so much flesh
either; the fantastic figures they were
cutting up wvas nothing more nor less
than "two little maids" in bathing suits,
practicing capers and antics for the sea
shore when they reach Pawleys Island.
One was tall, and t'other was short,
The tall one has a figure bought,
T'other is chubby, round and plump
By nature made to catch some chump.
o Pawley's Island they go for a lark,
With the boys they expect to spark.
here, they'll don those natty skirts of
And X-Ray hose of the ruddiest hue.
ures Eczema. Itching Humors, Pimples and
Carbuncles.-Costs lothinlg to Try.
B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) is now recog
nized as a certain and sure cure for eczema,
itching skin, humors. scabs, scales, watery blis
ters. pimples. aching bones or joints, boils, car
>uncles, prickling pain in the skin, old, cating
sores. ulcers. etc. Botanic Blood Balm taken
Internally, cures the worst and most deep-Seated
cases by enriching, purifying and vitalizing the
blood, thereby giving a healthy _blood supply to
the skin. Botanic Bloodl Balm is the only cure.
o stay cured, for these awful, annoying skin
troubles. Heals every sore and gives the rich
glow of health to the skin. Builds up the
broken down body and makes the blood red and
ourishing. Especially advised for chronic, old
cases that doctors, patent medicines and hot
springs fail to cure. Druggists. $1. To prove
. B. B. cures. sample sent free and prepaid by
writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta. Ga. Describe
trouble, and free medical advice sentiin sealed
letter. For sale by The R. B. Loryea Drug
c .a. Bs T 0 34. I..
thhe ndYou Have Always Boughit
Panola, S. C., August 3, 1903.
Order No. 4.
Eeadquarters Hampton Light Dra
Members of this command are hereby
or.dered to appear at Silver depot on
Monday the 10 inst. prepared to move
into camp at Camden.
Soldiers are required to appear in
full unilorm and will be allowed to car
y valises with necessary underclothing.
No member will be excused except for
serious illness, and a substitute should
The rolls will be called at the depot~
at 9 o'clock a. m.
By order of
H. B. Richardson,
Edmund Fairy, 0. S.
When you want a physic that is mild
and gentle, easy to take and certain to'
act, always use Chambealain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets. For sale by The R.
B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea,
Sunday School Convention.
Notice is hereby given to the minis
ters, members and friends of the Man
ning District A. M. E. Church that our
Sunday school convention will convene
with Trinity A. M. E. church, Man
ning, S. C., at 11 o'clock September
Dr. W. D. Chappelle of Nashville.
Tenn.. and other dictinguished visitors
will be with us.
See program later.
I am your's for success,
L. D. Ciravis, P. E.,
Tindal, S. C.
Dysentery Cured Without the Aid of a Doctor.
"I am just up from a hard spell of the
flux" (dysentery) says Mr. T. A. Pinner,
a well known merchant of Drummond,
Tenn. " T used one small bottle of Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy and was cured without having
a doctor. I consider it the best cholera
medicine in the world." There is no
need of employing a doctor when this
remedy is -used, for no doctor can pre
scribe a better medicine for bowel com
plaint in any form either for children
or adults. It never fails and is pleas
ant to take. Far sale by The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea,
NLRSING AN INFANT, AND lIN THE
MWOTH' THAT COME BEFORE THAT
SC OTT'S EMUL.SION
~sPPur~s THE ExTRA STRENGTH AND
NOUR;SetMENT SO NECESSARY FOR
ru'E HEnTHY OF BOTH MOTHER AND
Ser~d for free sample.
SCCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists,
10-: Palstreet, New York.
Soc. and $z.oo ; alldruggists.
S. I. Till's, Levi block.
Krasnoff, The Furniture man, L'?vi
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Plant Wood's tested and true Wheat -
Seed. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
To Rent-A neat cottage in a desira
ble portion of the town. Apply to E. B.
For Furniture. Matting, Window
Shades and Picture Frames see the
Wanted-A young man with expe
rience as salesman in the clothing and
dry goods line. Call on D. Hirschmann,
Manning, S. C.
For Sale. 98 acres of land adjoining
L. L. Wells in Santee township, also
200 acres of land adjoining Jeff D
Holladay in Mt. Zion township apply
at this otlice.
Carlisle Fitting School
Offers to our young men and ladies
best opportunities for their in
tellectual and moral training.
1. Best instruction at lowest possible
2. Home life of Boarding Students
teachers and Matron live in the Boys'
and Girls' Home. Head Master lives
>n the Campus.
3. Four classes and four teachers in
the Literary Department.
4. Music Department in charge of a
5. Literary Societies in handsome
Halls for Boys, and for Girls.
6. An excellent Library of 80 vol
ames well selected.
7. A flowing well of pure artesian
water on the campus-no other water
allowed our students.
8. Excellent health-Fine church fa
9. Fine buiIdings and ample play
10. Certificates of Graduation given
to all students completing successfully
he Post-Senior class.
11. Our course of study provides for
those young people who cannot hope to
et a college diploma.
Board, including fuel, 89 per
mo.; year.............. .$ 72.00
Iuition, including fees, $17.50
term; year.... ........... 35.00
Laundry, per month, 81; year... 8.25
lusic extra, $3 per month.
For two students from same
Send for catalogue and write to the
Read Master for any information. Ses
;ion opens September 23.
H.- G. SHERIDAN,
Bamberg, S. C.
Bank of Sunmerton,
The Bank of Summerton having moved into
s new building. solicits your business and
~uarantees you satisfaction.I
County collections a specialty, and prompt re
urns always given.IHR .SYH
President and Cashier.
HENRY P. WILLIAMS,
IER . DIRECTORS:
I. S. G ADSDEN. 3. ADGERL SXYTH.
IER .WrUsms. C. M. DAVIS.
L L. LESESNE. DAVID LEVI.
RICHARD B. SMYTE.
R. M. Dean's Shop
or the best Repair Work on Wagons, ~
3uggies, Carts, etc.
Eosehoeing a Specialty.
You can get an allround job of first
dass work on Horseshoeing for 80 cts.
See me and get your work done first .C
lass and cheap.
Manning, S. C.
R EAS ONS
Fe R. B, Loryea Drug Store1
IS THE MOST POPULAR DRUG
- ESTABLISMNT NORTH _
BCUSE Uniform courtesy is ex
1s.tene to all patrons, whether rich or
poor, white or colored
dBECAUSE We carry the largest arnd
J... . most complete line of DRUGS,
MEDICINES and CHEMICALS.
3 d BECAUSE Our Prescription Depart- '
Jru. meat is conducted on strict Pharma
h.-1 BECAUSE Promptness. Celerity,
~.. Dispatch and Skill are exhibited first,
last and all the time.
hBECAUSE Night calls are cheerfully,
J..*courteously and promptly responded
h~ BECAUSE envy, jealousy and mal
L . ice have no home In our establish
meat. W o h
7. justly popular LONGMAN & MAR
ht BECAUSE We are agents for T. W.
8h. WOOD & SONS' Tested and True
Garden Seed. Seed that will germi
nate, and which secured the medal
for general excellence from the Paris
Exposition o1 1900.
9f~BECAUSE We are the agents for
.*INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD
COMPANY'S Products. We have
many unsolicited testimonials regard
ing their efficacy.
01L. BUT Why tell people what they
1 JJJ. already know? And they are fully
aware that THE R. B. LORYEA
DRUG STORE is conceded to be
the Ideal Drug Store of Clarendon
Fr Twenty-eight years THE R. B. LORYEA
DRUG STORE has ar.et every demand made
upon them. and while "men may come and men
may go, the Sign of the Golden Mortar stande
lik. a beacon and. shines for all.
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Proprietor,
Sign of tho
_- Golden Mortar,
-- 'PZHONE NO. 2.
N''Mail Orders receive immediate attention
GIVE US A TRIAL.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure~
Digests what you eat.
THE R 13 LnOREA DRUG STORE.
ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY, 1898.
Rhame's Droig Store,
SUMMERTON, S. C.
Aided by the
Your Physician when aided by the competent
Druggist now employs remedies of greater po
tency and more certain value than were available
a few years ago when he had to carry his few
remedies in a hand bag. Your Physician, now
untrameled by LIMITATIONS, prescribes WHAT
YOU NEED. He prescribes drugs the strength
and virtue of which should be accurately deter
When illness comes he takes into consideration
your symptoms, age, temperament and general
physical condition and then decides just what
quantities of remedies of certain activity are
needed to make you well. He writes a PRE
SCRIPTION for them.
His years of experience are embodied in this
prescription and every remedy in it must be of
right strength and be correctly compounded or all
his efforts may be in vain.
There are two drug stores here now, prepared
to give you good service.
Rhame's Drug Store,
SUnIIERTON, S. C.
GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC, 35c
per bottle at
RHAME'S DRUG STORE.
WHEELER'S FEVER TONIC, 35c.
PARIS GREEN, 15c pound.
IThe Mallninlg Grocery Co..,
IN CLARENDON COUNTY.
We have our season's stock of Belting and Mill Supplies. We
have an excellent Rubber Belting under the brand of "Pine Knot,"
whc e are assured by its makers is as its name would indicate, as
tuhas as a pine knot. We are offering this belting at a price that
Swill' move it, if its quality is considered.
We also have a good stock of Leather Belting for Gins, and
Valves, Lubricators and Injectors, Gum Packing, Red and White
SLead, Gin Saw Files, Bristles, Nibples and Steam Fittings, Machine
BlsPtch Bolts for repairs. Bring measurements and we can cut
an hedyour pipe at small cost.
Before the hay season commences come and let us show and sell
you the best Mowing Machine made. We aim high and when we say
t he best made we mean exactly what we say. In the Deering Ma
chine vou will find one ready to cut grass not constantly needing re
the kind to withstand the rough uses to which mowing machines are
sujce.Ask any one who has used a Deering Machine and they _
wlasue you that they are contented with it, and have no time to
w av KwnifeGrindes and other accessoris at moderate cost.
We are having again to replenish our stock of Cook Stoves.
Merit tells, and only stoves of the class which the 0. K. line belongs
can meet with such approval as they do. Our new stock will be in
shortly and we will be pleased to show them. Our prices are the
same.Very truly yours,
M11anning Hardware Co.
AGRANDS 'EEP OUT
Now before moving into our new quarters we pr'opose to have
a grand Sweep-Out of everything that pertains to Summer Goods.
All Spring and Summer Goods must go regardless of prices.
All those beautiful 10 and 12 c Dimities must be closed now at
7 c per yard. We would much rather have cost for these goods
now than to carry them over to another season.
... Millinery Department..
All Millinery now on hand except Ribbons and Silks must go
regardless of former prices. Old, out-of-date millinery is woith
nothing to us-what is good, stylish stuff this season is worth
nothing next season, so come now and get what we have left on
hand at your own prices.
We still have some real nice Hats left on hand, so come at once
and get the pick of what is left.
Two machines in one. Call and let us explain it to you. The:
Standard Grand Rotary Sewing Machine is the only machine in
the world that can sew with one or two threads-makes the one
thread chain stitch or the two thread lock stitch all on one ma
We jare also agent for the Standard Paragon Shuttle Ma
chines that are cheaper than the Standard Grand Rotary, but at
the same time th'e best shuttle machine built. You have our per
sonal guarantee behind eve machine we sell.
If interested in sewing mac 'nes come and see us and we wi
show you the best machine that , can build-the STAND
ARD GRAND ROTARY.. We also han ' cheaper machines an
we are ready to meet any legitimate competi T, and at the samIi
time you have our guarantee on the cheapest mac es we sell.
Come to us when you need a Machine. A car lo f them of y ==
Wide awake for business.
I. K. JEIKINSO
Summer time has come at last, and to stay,with great
force. Owing to the late cool spring weather you have~'
not done your usual shopping, hence all our ]ines are -lam
full of Seasonable Goods that we must greatly reducer
within the next few weeks, and so to do this thing we will -
make the prices along all lines of Dependable Goods so
that our competitors won't care to even try to match.
O ne case new smooth finish 32-inch wide Colored Batiste that
wolesalehouses have been asking 101c for; we offer the entire lot
Ladies'Blc DrpSid H sey
A snappy, full fashined Hose for 10c, or three pair for 25c.
S Just a few more of those Full Bleached Tape Neck Gauze Under
Svests. If you have been putting off the buying of such goods you will
Pneed them now; thiy are still yours for 5c each. Only a few left.
Plenty of the Unbleached Tape Neck Summer Vests at 5c each,
or 50c the dozen.I
latOne case Palm Leaf Fans at 1c each. KEEP COOL while they
I Nice things in
White Dress Goods.
Washable Persian Lawns. India Linons, Organdies, Nainsooks,
DiitMadras, Mercerized, 'P. K.'s and Fancies. See if our prices
Sare not below the other fellow on such goods.
S Ladies, our stock of Embroideries and Laces is a great de
cheaper than you will get them elsewhere in the city. Come and see
O)ur east show window looks WARM these days of SUNSHINE,
but if you will take time to ask about the prices of this lot of RugsI
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 23 per cent off in prices. Get your
pick while they last.
We are receiving another shipment of those fine Summer Shoes,
in the Strap Sandals, Colonials and Oxfords. You will appreciate
Sthese Shoes if you see them.
3 ome to see us and spend your cash and if you are not pleased
Stell us about it.
J. H. RIBY,l anager.