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Zhe launing gime.
Publishes All County and Town Of
MANNING, S. C., SEPT. 2, 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.
manni-g Street Car Schedule.
Leave Central Hotel corner 9:00 a. m. and 6:45
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 wa.
Cotton sold for llc in Manning to-day.
Mr. F. C. Thomas has returned from
Mr. W. C. DuRant has returned home
from his summer vacation.
Farmers, always put your cotton on
the market, it will pay you
Captain A. L. Lesesne of Silver bas
returned home from Skyland.
Dr. Geo. L. Dickson and wife have
returned from Glenn Springs.
Miss Daisie Follin of Charleston is in
Manning visiting Mrs. J. W. Rigby.
Mrs. Simon Iseman and daughter
Lucille are back home from the moun
Mr. A. Loryea and Miss Annie Lor
yea have returned home from Waynes
ville, N. C.
Maj. Abe Levi and family came home
this morning from the Northern sum
Died last Saturday an infant daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Lamintine New
man, aged aboubone year.
Miss Maude Pack, a daughter of Dr.
C. H. Pack of Greenville, is in Manning
visiting Mrs. M. E. Walker.
The Manning Social Club gave very
enjoyable dance-last evening in honor
of Miss Ethel Carson of Sumter.
Died last Saturdav.John,the13 months
old son of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Frier
son, in Sammy S amp township.
Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Brwn, Captain .
I. Bagnal and W. Scott Harvin have
returned home from Glenn Springs.
Mr. J. H. Montgermery, formerly of
Clarendon, now practicing law in Bir
mingham, Ala., was in Manning last
A rush of advertisments coming in
late has crowded out considerable read
ing matter and especially our entire
Mr. H. T. Hodge a hard working far
mer living near Foreston, had the mis
fortune to lose a very fine mule last
Mrs. F. C. Gerald accompanied by
her daughter Miss Mattie of Camden
and Mrs. A. E. Gerald and daughter
are visiting the family of Mr. Jno. D.
For a bilious attack take Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and a
quick cure IS certain. For Sale by The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store,Isaac M. Lor
Mr. A. J. Plowden, a son of Mr. John
G. Plowdeln left last Monday night for
Brooker, Ga., where he has accepted a
position. We wish him miuch success,
as he is a very exemplary young man.
The first bale of cotton to reach the
Summerton market weighed 617 pounds
and was bought yesterday by Dr. W.
W. Anderson for 13i cents. The grade
was good middling and ginned at the
Till & Co. certainly mean to make a
stubborn pull for the trade this season.
Just look at their advertisment and
then visit thieir store and you will be
convinced that this concern is well in
to the competitive push.
We desire to call attention to the ad
vertisement in this issue of the Shaw
McCullum Mercantile Company of Sum
ter. These young men are from Clar
endon, and deserve .a good patronage
from those who trade is Sumter
There is no better equipped jewelry
establishment in'this p art of the State
than that of Mr. S. R. Venning, He
keeps ~a well assorted stock of every
thing in his line, and there is no need
for anyone sending off when they want
to buy anything to adorn themselves or
to present to a relative or friend. Read
The congregation of the Presbyterian
church in this place, had a congrega
tional meeting after service last Sunday
and extended a call to Rev. JT. M. Holla
day, of Virginia,to the pastorate of this
church. Mr. Holladay has served somne
large congregations in Virginia and
North Carolina and has been highly
recommended to this congregation.
Mr. John K. Breedin. who has for
the past two years held i position inthe
Manning postoffice has resigned that
position to go to Virginia to attend the
Washington and Lee University. Mr.
Breedin is a bright young man, and we
feel assured that he will make his mark.
It has been our good fortune to be close
ly associated with him,and with sincere
pride can testify to his high character.
In calling your attention to the an
nouncement of Louis Levi in this week's
issue of THE TDMES, we will state that
it is unnecessary for us to tell the peo
ple of Clarendon who Mr. Louis Levi
is. He is known to the entire trading
public, and when he advertises an ar
ticle the people know he means whathe
says. We want our readers to watch
his advertisements this season as he will
make it worth their while.
What came near being a -fatal acci
dent happened last Friday on the Jack's
Creek bridge. A team belonging to
the Penn Lumber company of Sumter
while crossing the bridge was hurled
into the creek by the bridge falling in.
The team miraculously escaped serious
injury, only getting some bruises. The
bridge was built about five years ago out
of first class lumber, and no one sus
pected there was anything wrong with
the structure until it fell in when it
was discovered that rot had taken pos
session of the timbers.
The first bale of cotton for this season
to reach the Manning market was
brought in by Charlie Hamilton, color*
ed, on last Thursday, who turned .i
over to Mr. A. I. Barron, and who it
turn sold it to Mr. W. T. Sellers, the
cotton buyer representing the Sprunti
of Wilmington. The price paid wa
12 cents per pound. Later in the day
another bale was brought in by Turne2
Sumter, colored, and it was bought bI
the concern with whom he had an ac
count, but his bale brought 11*, a dii
ference of i of a cent a pound mi favoi
of the buyer who paid all cash.
Distress After Eating Cured.
Judge W. T. Holland of Greensburg
La., who IS well and favorably knowvn
says: "Two years ago I suffered greatla
from indigestion. After eating, grea1
distress would invariably result, lasting
for an hour or so and and my mights
were restless. I concluded to try Ko
do1 Dyspepsia Cure and it cured me en:
tirely. Now my sleep is refreshing anc
digestion perfect." Sold by The R. B
Torvea Drug Store.
Opening of the Levi Memorial Institute.
The Moses Levi Memorial Institut
Graded School will open Monday, Sep
Parents are earnestly requested t
send -their children the first day <
school. This is very important. B<
ginners or those who are expected t
enter the primary (first) grade mu
come when school opens or at most witl
in very few days after the opening fc
if they do not enter very soon after th
opening they cannot be permitted t
For pupils who do not reside withi
this school district the trustees hay
decided to cut the tuition down to th
nominal price of $1.00 per month for al
grades. For those residing inside th
Ristrict-those whose homes are her
and whose parents live here-will b
required to pay the same continger
fee as ther did last year.
Clerk Board of Trustees.
September 1, 1903.
"I have been troubled with my ston
ach for the past four years." says D. I
Beach, of Clover Nook Farn, Groenfield
Mass. "A few days ago I was induce,
to buy a box of Chamberlain's Stomac1
and Liver-Tablets. I have taken par
of them and feel a great deal botter.
If you have any trouble w% i th your stom
ach try a bottle of these Tablets. Yo
are certain to be pleased with the result
Price 25 cents. For sale by The R. E
Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea
Editor The Manning Times:
Mr. Jess6 Hicks, who has been quit
sick for some time is now now at the in
firmary in Sumter. We wish for him,,
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Curtis have re
turned home from New York. -
Rev. J. D. Huggins began a series o
sermons Wednesday night at the Bal
tist church here.
These sermons %rill take the place a
the weekly Wednesday night prayer
meetings. They will be interesting a
well is instructive.
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Brown, Jr., spen
last Sunday in Alcolu.
"Just in the nick of time our little bo;
was saved" writes '1rs. W. Watkins c
Pleasant City, Ohio. - "Pneumonia hai
played sad havoc with him and a terri
ble cough set in besides. Doctors treatei
him, but he grew worse every doy. A
length we tried Dr. King's New Discos
ery for Consumption, and our darlinj
was saved. He's now sound and well.
Everybody ought to know, it's the onl:
sure cure for coughs, colds and all lun
diseases. Guaranteed by The R. E
Loryea Drug Store. Price 50c and 81.0(
Trial bottles free.
A Good Move.
Editor The Manning Times:
I have geen requested by Mr. A. J
Matheson of Bennettsville, S. C., to iE
sue a call for a mass meeting of the pec
ple of Clarendon county to he held a
Manning, the first Monday ir Nove=
ber to consider the advisability of e
tablishing an Immigration burea'u, an:
to elect three delegates to attend .a cot
vention to be held in Columbia on th
10th of November for the purpose C
discussing and adopting some plan fo
permanent organization. I believe tha
this is a movement in the right dire(
tion and will be of vast interest to ou
State. I hope that the people of th
county will give the matter due consid
eration, and on the time appointed,firs
Monday in November, we will have
large turn out and every section of th
county will be represented.
Mr. Editor, please accept my thanki
for your kind offer to-publish this notie
.. C. M. DAvIS.
The Genuine vs. Counterfeits.
The genuine is always better than:
counterfeit, but the truth of this state
ment is never more forcibly realized o
more thoroughly appreciated than whe:
you ::ompare the genuine DeWitt'
Witch Hazel Salve with the many cour
terfeits and worthless substitutes tha
are on the market. W. S. Ledbetter o
Shreveport, La., says: "After using nn
merous other remedies without benefit
one box of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salv.
cared me." For blind, bleeding, itchin;
and prtuing piles no remedy is equa
to DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Sol
by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
New Zion Dots.
Editor The Manlninlg'Times:
I am glad to see that your correspor
dents have started to write again.
We attended the soldiers reunion a
Shioh on Saturday. There was a larg
crowd. The old flag of Co. H. was rail
ed and flowed proudly to the breeze tc
gether with the stars and stripes- Th
veterans felt proud. The meeting wa
presided over by Mr. Parrott of Sumnte
and a number of fine speeches were de
livered. Congresman Lever made;
capital speech which was well receive<
by the crowd. Mr. Lever went to th
ap root of the race question and lyncl
Senator Tillman was to be present bu
did not get there, and it was intimate<
that his new batch of railroad passe
had not reached him. Col. Harvey Wil
son of Lee county made a speech whic:
was gratifying to the pensioners a:
ten which we all enjoyed a fine dinner
Mr. F. H. Hyatt of Columbia addresa
ed the crowd on good roads and Hor
Eli D. Smith struck the head with hi
speech against trusts. There wer
other speeches also. The crowd nun
bered about 500 and everything poss
ble to make the old soldiers enjoy then
selves was done. I regret that I havn
the time to give a more extended repoi
of the meetin'g. E.
Every farmer knows the
some plants grow better tha
others. Soil may be the sam
and seed may seem the sam
but some plants are weak an
And that's the way wit
children. They are like youn
plants. Same food, same horn
same care but some grow bi
and strong while others sta
small and weak.
Scott's Emulsion offers a
asy way out of the difficult:
C'hild weakness often mear
tarvation, not because of lac
~f food, but because the foc
oes not feed.
Scott's Emulsion really fee<
md gives the child growir
Whatever the cause of wea
ness. and failure to grow
Scott's Emulsion seertis to fir
it and set the matter right.
*Send for free sample.
Scott & Bowne, Chemists, 409 Pearl st., New Y<
SOe. and $z.oo: all druggists. .
. Editor The Manning Times:
While J. H. L., "Prophet" and "Bus
0 ter" are jav7ing at each other we will
> try and give vou news of more interest.
While riding over farms in general
0 we find that our section of the county
;t has the finest we have seen. We have
some as fine farmers as Clarendon can
e Mr. J. H. T. Coulliette returned
0 home last Friday from Charleston,
where he has been under the treatment
a of Dr. Parker.
e Miss Helen Sykes of Sharps, S. C., is
e on a visit to her aunt, Mrs. L. N.
e Mr. C. W. Evas has accepted a posi
e tion as salesman with the Avant Mer
e cantile Company. s
t We are glad to say that Mrs. Celeste
Way is able to be up after an attack of
Mrs. J. E. Way is spending some time
in Sumter with relatives.
Mr. A. D. Rhame- has a new sugges- 9
tion to farmers, as shown by his devel
opment of another interest much neg- U
lected in this section. We allude to his
pasture of about one hundred acres en
closed by a barbed wire fence. Others I
I would do well to follow suit in this par
1 ticular. This gentleman, generally sue
t cessful in farming, has unexceptionally b
fine crops of corn, cotton, etc., this year.
Panola, S. C., August 31, 1903.
Eight hour laws are ignored by those
tireless little workers-Dr. King's New S
Life Pills. Millions are always at work,
night and day, curing indigestion, bil
iousness,constipation,sick headache and
and all stomach, liver and bowel trou
bles. Easy.pleasant,safe,sure. Only 25c
at The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
- Teachers' Examintion.
The regular fall examination for p
teachers will be held at the court house A
in Manning on Friday, September 18.
The examination will begin at 91o'clock
a. m. and close at 4 o'clock p. m.
S. P. HOLLADAY, '
Chr'n Co. B'd Education.
t August 31, 1906.
It Saved His Leg..
P. A. Danforth of LaGrange' Ga.,suf
fered for six months with a frightful e
running sore on his leg: but writes that a
Bucklin's Arnica'Salve wholly cured it
in five days. For ulcers, wounds or piles
it's the best salve in the world. Care N
guaranteed. Only 2.5c at The R. B. Lor- g
yea Drug Store. b
He was Economical.
Blossom-Why did you break with
young Holdfaste? I understood he d
was a very careful, economical young C
Flossie-No doubt of it. The last
time he called on me he brought a bag
of candy, %at and munched it all even- 2
ing and took home with him all that
was left.-Baltimore American.
Owes His Life to a Neighbor's Kindness. u
TMr. D. P. Daugherty, well known
t throughout Mercer and Sumner coun
- ties, W. Va., most likely owes his life t
to the kindness of a neighbor. He was
1 almost hopelessly afflicted with diar
- rhoea; was attended by two physicians
a who gave-him little, if any, relief, when
f a neighabor learning of his serious con
r d-ition, bought him a bottle of Chain- C
t berlains Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea C
-Remedy, which cured him in less than a
r t wenty-four hours. For sale by The R. E
e B. Loryea Drug StoreIsaac M. Loryea, ~
Genius and Goodness. 1
8 I have had sometimes in mine the tl
gloved -and white palm of the upper
class and- the heavy, black hand of the r
lower class and have recognized that s1
both are but of men. After all these
have passed before me I say that hu- o
mnanity has a synonym equality and
that under heaven there Is 1but one
. thing we ought to bow to, genius, and
e the only thing before which we ought
i to kneel, goodness.--Vlctor Hugo. 4
t His Life Saved by Chamberlain's Colic, Chole
f ra and Diarrboea Remedy.
"B. L. Byer a well known cooper of
this town, says he believes Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy saved his life last summer.
1 He had~ been sick for a month with what
the doctors called biliouc dysentery,and
could get nothing to' do him any good
until he tried this remedy. It gave him
immediate relied," says 3. T. Little,
merchant,Hancock, Md. For sale by The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Lor
t "Pardon me, sir, but isn't there an.
other artist in this building?"
-"Well, that Is a matter of opinion.
There Is another fellow who paints."
rA Purgative Pleasure.1
If you ever took DeWitt's Little Ear
.lv Risers for biliousness or constipation
. you know what a purgative pleasure is.
These famous little pills cleanse the liv
- er and rid the system of allbile without
producing unpleasant effects. They do
t not gripe, sicken or weaken, but give
tone and strength to thbe tissues and or
gans involved. W. H. Howel of Hous
- ton, Tex., says "No better pill can be
used than Little Early Risers for con- t
-stipation, sick headache, etc." Sold by
-The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
'The first life insurance society was
s started in London In 1098 and another
in 1700. Neither was successful.,
-The Pleasure of Eating. .r
t Persons suffering from indigestion,
dyspepsia or other stomach trouble will
find that Kodol Dyspepsia Cuae digests
what you eat and makes the stomach
sweet. This remedy is a never failing
cure for indigestion and dyspepsia and
all complaints affecting the plaads or(
membranes of the stomach or digestive
tract. When you take Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure everything you eat- tastes good,
.t and e very bit of the nutriment that your
food contains is assimilated and appro
priated by the blood and tissues. Sold
e by The R B. Loryea Drug Store.
d Not the Genuine Kind.
"I'm afraid she isn't cut out for a1
b "Why not?"
g"Well, she seems to have no idea of
the pleasures of estravagance."-:-De
troit Free Press.
Y Special Low Week Rates
Froiu points on the Atlantic Coast Line
n to seaside resorts. Tickets on sale Sat
urday, good returning including Mon
Iday following. Attractive schedules, un
LS surpassed service.
k Summer Tourist Tickets to mountain
and seaside resorts limited for return
d passage to October 31st on sale until
For full particulars. rates, etc., call
IS on Ticket Agents or write,
W. J. CRAIG,
General Passenger Agent.
H. M. EMERSON,
Wilmington, N. C.
Bers the s h idYou Have Always Bought
S. I. Till & Co., Levi block.
The Furniture Man, Levi Block. [tf.
If it is at Till & Co's. it is cheaper.
You can get it cheaper at Till & Co.
No goods misrepresented at Till &
What all we say we do we do do.
ill & Co.
Penny Ribbon in every shade made.
Scrivens Fleece lined Elastic Seam
)rawers at Rigby's.
John B. Stetson Hats in the latest
tyle at S. A. Rigby's.
The Remnant counters are still play
g a full hand at Rigby's.
All low cut Shoes are still going re
ardless oi price at Rigby's.
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best.
he R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Just received ten thousand yards of
,ibbon, every shade at Rigby's.
Buy your goods from the place you
ear so much talk about. Till & Co.
Every thing in merchandise to suit
le price of tobacco at S. A. Rigby's.
Are we going to supply you this fall,
is our intention to do so. Till & Co.
Plant Wood's tested and true Wheat
eed. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
If you are not a customer of ours it
'ill pay you to come anc tell us. Till
Just as happy as children on Christ
as morn' are all that trade with Till
The best Misses Hose on earth for the
rice 10c. a pair or 3 pair for 25c. S.
All the latest things in Dress Goods,
tillinery, Shoes, Shirts, Clothing, etc.
ill & Co.
If there is any power in prices or
irtue in values, Till & Co. will get
Dress Trimmings, Medalians, Velvet,
ibbons, Ladies Turn over Collars and
erything of the kird, you will find
Just received the hottest line of
hite Pleated Bosom, Colored Negli
ee, and plain full dress Shirts ever
ought, at Rigby's.
Salesmen Wanted to look after our
aterest in Clarendon and adjacent
>unties. Salary or commission. Ad
ress The Harvey Oil Co., Cleveland,
For Sale. 98 acres of land EAjoining
. L. Wells in Santee township, also
)0 acres of land adjoining Jeff D
[olladay in Mt. Zion township apply
For Sale-One lot in the town of
fanning, containing one acre, upon
hich is a residence containing five
>oms, barn and stables. Convenient
) the graded school. For terms apply
) this office.
To the People of the Cross Roads, St.
aul, Summerton, Panola, Cobia and
ak Grove Schools: Messrs. Capers &
., druggists, Summerton, S. C., offer
Deer to any pupil of the above schools
essing nearest the weight of their pet
Guesses will be received during the
nth of September and the Deer will
weighed on the morning of October
t by a committee of gentlemen from
Any pupil may have his or her guess
corded by applying to the new drug %
~ore, near the depot, Summerton, S. C.
Remember it costs you nothing to Cz
3eoa W,. Slater, M
astruction of the most advanced and|C
Lits Metho& Taught.
'ianist with Innes Concert Band season C
TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS.
tudio, residence Hon. Louis Appelt.
he R. B. Loryea Drug Store
IS THE MOST POPULAR DRUG
t-BCUSE Uniform courtesy is ex
st. teddto aul patrons, whetherrich or ~
poor, white or colored
y EAUSE We carry the largest and
BEC. os complete line of DRUGS, .
MEDICINES and CHEMICALS.
A BCUSE Our Prescription Depart- ~
T . entAi conducted on strict Pharma- e
h BECAUSE Promptness. Celerity,
:-L. Dispatch and Skill are exhibited first, ~
last and all the time.
'thl- BECAUSE Night calls are cheerfully1
)LL. courteously and promptly responde a.
it. "J ESE eny jaousy andb is
f BECAUSE We are agents for the
L. justly popular LONGMAN & MAR.
TINEZ PREPARED PAINTS.
SBECAUSE We are agents for T. W
lth ;WOD & SONS' Tested and True
Garden Seed, Seed that will germi
nate. and which secured the medal e-.
for general excellence from the Paris
Exposition of 1900.
ha BECAUSE Weare the agents for --
7 .INTRNAIONL SOCKFOOD
COMPANY'S Products. We have -
mny unsolie d :estimonials regard
h~ BUT Why tell people what they m
,, JLL. already know? And they are fully
aware that THE R. B. LORYEA ~
DRUG STORE is conceded to be
the Ideal Drug Store of Clarendon .
For Twenty-eight years THE R. B. LORYEA
)RUG STORE has met every demand made
ao gthm and whil e n may come and men
ike a beacon and shines for all.
ISAAC M, LORYEA, Prijprietor,
MANNINC, S. C.
- 'PH ON E NO. 2.
S7-Mail Orders receive immediate attntion1 s
GIV TTS A TRIAL.
The newest styles of Writing Papers now on
exhibition at RHAME'S DRUG STORE.
You will be, surprised to see the latest styles
so odd yet so pretty. Our clerks take pleasure in
showing them whether you buy or not.
Five cents buys a cake of the beautiful Carna
tion, Violet or Rose Soap.' This delightfully per
fumed Soap is richly worth 10c. RHAME'S
DRUG STORE secured a few hundred cakes at a
Our latest lot of. 15c Tooth Brushes will com
pare favorably with many sold for a quarter (25c).
RHAME'S DRUG STORE has just received a
nice 35c Brush which will be sold at 25c.
RHAME'S DRUG STORE offers:
Grove's Tonic at 35c bottle :
Wheeler's Tonic at 35c bottle C
Paris Green at 15c per pound CD
RHAME'S DRUG STORE has them; also Tab
lets, Composition Books, Scratch Pads, Ink, Pens,
Pencils, Pencil Boxes.
Try our Ink at 3c bottle.
Rhame's Drug Store,
SUnNERTON, S. C.
S. I. TILL. LI D). PLAYER.
The new firm of S. I. TILL & CO.
owns this space. Look out for their
say next week.
Their buyer is just from New York~
and they will interest you if there is
any -nower in prices or virtue in values.
THE NEW IDEA
Is not new, for it is well known to all and everybody, but it has al
ways something new for its patrons, and now more than ever be
fore. We have just returned from the Northern market and have
now to offer, goods of all' kinds at such astonishing low prices that
never was heard before. Bargains is no word for the way we sell
The fact that we stayed eight solid weeks at the -Northern
markets hustling, hunting and scouring for bargains of all kinds.
is enough to convince any one that we can offer you greater things
than others, as none had the opportunities we have.
Our strongest and most-complete line is
Clothing and Gent's Furnishing1
We have one of the swellest lines ever put in this town Ou
goods cannot be judged by the prices we are selling, as the S
you buy of us for $10 will cost you elsewhere no less than $1
The Pants we sell at $.cannot be bought for double the price
We can afford to sell cheap because we buy cheap.
We can fit and suit anybody, long or short, stouts or slims
Prices to match any pocket.
Suits from $3 'up; Pants from 50c up.
We have over $1,200 worth of Chidren's Suits. Can any other
store boast of such a quantity? The styles, variety and sizes are
here. You can bring your 3-year-old baby or 16-year-old school
boy and have no trouble to get suited. Prices from 50c toi$46
Pants froni 15c to $1.50. -
The satisfaction of getting, what you want and .at the lowest
prices, this in itself brings us:.customers.
Our next strongest line is
Dress Goods, Silks, Trimmings, Emhroidenes<,
and other things belonging to this department. It is not nb -
worth buying of us, but it will benefit you to look at our line.
our -prices and it will benefit you in the future to know how cheap
goods can be bought.
Just a glance at our S'oeside is enough to tell any one tha
we have been the leaders in Shobsfor years past, and our tradeis
increasing. The satisfaction our Shosgive to the weaierspeak
for this line.
Goods are coming in in such quantities our store, ev
after enlarging it 35 feet, will not hold all. We m d
stuff for room, so the goods must move.
Here is a chance for the early fall buyers and late .
shoppers. Spring and summer goods go at any price. Fall g
at the least price. Come early, while the stock is full, goods ney.,
clean and fresh and get the cream of the bargains. Anpxam
tion of goods, pricing before you buy elsewhere, will benefit y0
more than us. -, -
We never boast or offer more than we have or more th e
can do. Knowing is believing, and to know the truth you will
it by coming to
T HE NEW IDEA,
. MN. KRASNOFF.
We Are Doillg Bulsinens
11 AT THE SANE OLD PLACE
And'are goingto giv pur" -
customers a chance at some
of the rarest bargainis eer s -
offered in.Manning for the
- remainder of this mliithni
- The first attraction isom
Half-Price Remnant Conne
* ter, which consists-ocf short
lengths in Per-cales, Calh -
coes, Chambrays, Muslins /
Sheeting, Lawns, Dimities
Ginghams, Shirting, Bleach -
ings and Wool Goods of ev. t
ery kind A'T JUST HALF
- THEIR REAL VALUE.
~,g 200 yards Laurel:-Batis. W-lo fe
D' 22c quality, at 16tc a yard
100 yards Dotted 'Swiss,
assorted colors, worth 20, n 0.Orcerne~
DLS'VERS 200 yards Lawns and Dimn
r s ities 10, 12+ and 15c. Spe
di 'ommve cial price 8*c. -
One piece half Mourn
Goods, 10c a yard, that'
must be closed out at 5c.
A few pieces White Mercerized Wastings, Open Work
P.K. and Striped Lawns, etc., that we will -make inter
esin prices on.
SOne case Light Calico Shirtings, the kind they all
sell owat6tc. Our price only 5c a yard while they last
I One case extra heavy colored checked Homespuns at
cayard and 2,000'yards Brown Sheeting at 5c.
nour Dress Goods Department we have everything-I
a htoecudwish in -this line.
Surnwshades in Dress Patterns are a creation of
I loveliness and we have everything new in Trignmings,
S etc., to match.
All Oxfords, Strapped Sandals and Opera Slippers
must go regardless of price during the clearance sale.
Ask to see our American Lady and Own Make $
Shoes, they are the swellest things there are for women's
correct footwear, while the American Gentleman and our
Ideal Kid Button Calf are right on the spot when it comes
to the correct thing for Men.- I
We are headquarters for Children's School- Shoes.
Be sure and look through our stock before you purchase
The Olcd Reliable,
J. H. RIGBY, Manager.