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MANNING. S. C.. FEB. 17, 1904.
Publishes All. County and Town Of
, Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MUST be in
this office by Saturday Noon in order tc
insure publication the following week.
Manning Street Car Schedule.
Leave Cer:gal Hotel corner 9:00 a. m. and ':4i
p. m. for the passenger trains, and the car will
also meet the freight trains. Arraengement
have been made with the agent at depot to tale
phone when freight trains are approaching
Fare. 10 cents each war.
A New Store, a New Milliner and a New Stock
Our Miss Coppedge who served us
for the last ten seasons will be with
us no more and we will start out this
spring with a New Store, a New Mil
liner and a New Stock.
Our Milliner will be a lady from
Baltimore and suffice it to say that
she will be up-to-date in every re
We wish to say to our many lady
friends and patrons that we propose
to put all the energy and vim at our
command into our Millinery Depart
ment this spring'and the ladies can
depend on it that our prices will be
lower than ever.
Our Millinery Department will be
ably assisted by AIrs. Beulah M.
Dinkins of Williamsburg, S. C., and
Miss Ada Bagnal of Manning.
Ladies, we want you all to stand
by us this spring.
W. E. JENKINSON.
Teachers Association meets2ith inst.
Several communications came in too
late for publication this week.
Miss Olivia Ingram has gone North
to study the fashions in millinery.
Senator C. M. Davis passed through
Manning on his way to the capitol last
Mr. John K. Breedin was called from
Virginia on account of the illness of his
Hon. J. H. Lesesne spent Sunday at
home and went back to Columbia on
Messrs. Kirby & Tomlin have in
stalled a new lumber mill on Puddin
Swamp on Alderman's railroad.
Remember the lodge meeting tonight
every member should be present, as
their is good wholesome instruction for
The county pension board will have
its next and final meeting on the 29th,
inst.,. to consider all application for
The entertainment at the'.Summnerton
graded school last Friday night for the
benefit of the literary society resulted
in a receipt of $84.
Miss Loulie Smith. who has been on
an extended visit to her sister, Mrs. .
G. Slaughter, returned to her home in
Mullins this morning.
We are glad to note that the tax levy
has not been raise1. Clarendon will
ray the same tax as last year, for which
wve should be thankful.
The Summerton graded school will
celebrate Washington's birthday, on
the 22nd inst., with an entertainment.
Oysters will be served af terwards. 'lhe
public is cordially invited.
We regret to learn that Representa
tive Lanham is suffering from a severe
-cold to the extent that he was confin
ed to his bed in Columbia.
There will be no service in the Mlan
nling Presbyterian church on the 4th,
Sunday in this month. The pastor will
fill an~ appointment in the church at
Georgetown on that day
The barn and stables of Mr.' Warren
W. James, near Brogdon was destroye~d
by fire last Sunday night, and it is
thought the fire was set. The entire
contents was destroyed. and no insur
The boards at the Institute,last night
were held down by William Irvine
Favssoux, a hypnotist, mind reader and
clairvovant. His exhibition is well
worth seeing, and his powers are won
derful. He gives another exhibit this
There is a very desirable piece of
propertv in this town advertised for
sale in these columns. Those con
templating buying in .Manning had
better get into communication with the
advertiser at once as property, nere is
adva~ncing, and such property is always
In the city of Sumter citizens are de
manding the investigation of the wvork
on the new school building, and, judg
ing from tihe statements of the editor of
the Freeman, the building committee
will have to employ an expert to ascer
tain if the contractor is carrying out
A large St. Benard dog belonging to
Dr. J. A. Robson la st Saturday, caused
a mule belonging to Mr. J. E. Kelley.
who was riding in the buggy accompang
ied by Mr. J. C. Johnson, to get fright
ened and run away, throwing both Mr.
Kelley and Mr. Johnson out and bruis
ing them up severely.
In a row at St. Paul Christmas eve
Fratnk King shot Dosier Severance and
pulled out for parts unknown, Sever
ance lingered with hiis wound until the
12th of this month when he died, and
Magistrate Richbourg held an inquest,
and upon its verdict issued a warrant
for the arrest of King.
We are requested to announce the
engagemnent oT Mises Mary Kathleen
Bele Webb of Anderson, S. C., to Mr.
.Rutlin Mouzon Mitehum of Clarendon.
The maker of the request says Mr.
Mitchumn is to be congratulated upon
winning the heart and hand of one of
Anderson's most winsome daughters.
Mr. Mitehum is a son of Mr-. Edgar
Mitchum of Alcolu.
Magistrate Youmans' court was en
gaged last Monday with a suit of J.
Smith Lowder against D. Hirschmann,
in which the plaintiff claimed that the
defendant did not carry out his contract
of employment with him, by dismissing
from his employ before the contract
exuired. The jury rendered a verdict
fcr' the plaintiff in the sum of 820.30.
The case will be appealed.
A ship has reached Charleston witla
5000 tons of Peruvian guano, and fror
this cargo the farmers who bough1
through the Sublett deal will get theirs.
The guano, before shipment will be
inspected and analyzed, and we look fol
it h'ere about the last of this or the
first of next week. Get ready to movE
the goods upon arrival and thereby
save demurrage charges. WXe wil.
have consigned to us of this lot abou1
100 tons, and have been promised thai
a~s soon as it leaves Charleston we wil
be notified so that we may get word t<
those for whom our order was placed
and if they come in promptly it wil
save us considerable trouble, and aid u~
jaking our paper from the bank.
Died in Charleston last Monday S. S
Solomons aged 80 years. The deceasei
was the superintendent of construction
of the railroad running through thi:
town from Lanes to Sumter, and upot
its completion was made its president
Mir. Solomons is well known to the older
ci tizens here as he spent much of hi:
time in Manning during the building o]
the road. He boarded at the l3agna.
What Are They?
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. A new remedy for stomach
troubles. biliousness and constipation,
a a good one. Price :5 eents. For
sale by The ,. i. Loryea Druz Store,
Isaac M. Loryea. Prop.
Mr. Ciaude I;recdin was taken ill
last Thursday, and ever since his life
has been hanging by a thread. The
very best medical skill is engaged to
attend him. and the young man is mak
ing a he oic battle for life. The ex
treme illness of this young man, who is
a general favorite has caused much an
Sxious corcern, and earnest prayers of
our peop'e are offered for his recovery.
The latest reports from the bed cham
ber is that the patient is holding his
own, with a slight change for the bet
The Death Penalty.
A little thing sometimes results in
death. Thus a mere scratch, insignifi
cact cuts or puny boils have paid the
death penalty. It is wise to have Buck
len's Aruioa Salve ever handy. It's the
best Salve on earth and will prevent
fatality, when burns. sores, ulcers and
piles threaten. Only 25c, at The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store.
Dr. I. M. Woods of Sardinia was in
town last Monday and he reports that
the farmers in his section will plant to
bacco and cotton conservatively this
year. He says there is considerable
sickness in his section of the county,
and the bad weather had retarded
farming operations considerably. He
.so says his section does not feel kind
1 for not having any representation in
the Legislature. and he is being urged
to enter the contest in the coming pri
mary. His people realize that he start
ed a work in the legislature which has
not been completed, and are anxious
that he should return.
An Early Riser.
A strong, healthy, active constitu
tion depends largely on the condition of
the liver. The famous little pill known
as DeWitt's Little Early Risers not
only cleanse the system but they
strengthen the action of the liver and
rebuild the tissues supporting that or
gan. Little Early Risers are easy to
act, they never gripe and yet they are
absolutely certain to produce results
that are satisfactory in all cases. Sold
by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Train 52 from Charleston last Satur
day morning was greatly delayed. so
much so that it was after 11 o'clock
when it reached Manning, on account
of a very peculiar and costly accident.
A man boarded the train at Charleston,
and took into the coach with him a can
of gasoline. He set it down upon the
floor in his seat near the steam heating
ipes, when all at once there was a
terrific explosion and the conductor
hurried the passengers out of the car to
kel, them from burning up. It was
impossible to extinguish the fire and
this magnificent passenger car was des
troed: being on the main line it could
not' be moved and all trafiic was sus
pended until the fire had spent itself.
The man who owned the gasoline can
should now bring suit for damages, but
being on the Atlantic Coast Line he
might hesitate. If this- destruction of
property was on the. Southern, the
man wvho lost his gasoline could bring a
suit against that road and recover not
only for his can, but damages for fright
and delay. He could base his suit .on
the ground that railroad compamies
have no right to explode the gasoline
cans of passengers.
Letter to Sheriff Davis.
Dear Sir: Pay more for Devoc; be
glad to. It is full measure and honest.
Paint is a watch-dog. How would
ou like a watch- dog that wouldn't
watch from two to five o'clock in the
morning? That's short measure.
How would you like a watch-dog that
had a way of wagging his tail at a bur
glar? Thiat's false paint. The burglar
is rain and snow.
Go by the name: Devoe lead-and
F. W. DEVOE & Co.,
41. New York.
Manning Hardware Company sells
A man who is thrown upon his own
resources is apt to make an occasional
raid upon the resources of others.
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brins he trengt aond te
bringing ea and cmor
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brng then ent and eshn
he gsomc needs. leh n
Toc all wealood.ikl
Children h gist rihanth
old man with the fish are now
grown up and have children
of their own.
He stands for Scott's Emul
sion of pure cod liver oil-a
delightful food and a natural
tonic for children,for old folks
and for all who need flesh and
SCOTT & BOWNE. Chemists,
409-415 Pearl Street. NewYorlC.
ema nd IOO anll21 druggists.
. Mr. W. M. Turner of the Mutual Dry
l Goods Company left last Monday for
iI the northern markets to purchase
spring goods. and from the preparations
these young men are making, we as
sume they are getting ready for the re
ception of a very large stock of goods.
This enterprising concern has made a
remarkable record for the length of
time it has been established. Already
they have won such a high place in the
commercial world, that when their
buyer gies into market he is solicited
on ever~ hand by the best of houses,
and this standing is of decided advan
tage not only to them but to their pat
rons,-it gives them the opportunity to
select from the best, on the best terms,
and their patrons therefore have the
advantage of well selected and well
bought goods. The Mutual has decid
ed to install a millinery department
and to have charge of this branch. they
as keen-sighted business men will em
ploy none but the best talent. We ex- I
pect, as soon as Mr. Turner returns
from market to see a very handsome
display of goods.
Pats an End to it All.
A grievous wail oftimes comes as a (
result of unbearaTie pain from over- s
taxed organs. dizziness, backache, liver
complaint and constipation. But thanks
to Dr. King's New Life Pills they put t
an end to it all. They are gentle but 1
thorough. Try them. Only 2.5c. Guar
anteed by The R. B. Loryea Drug
The demand for building lots has
reached a stage in this town to give the
council serious consideration to open
up a number of new streets. To do
this they will be forced to buy the prop
erty of those owning the land where t
new streets are projected. We know c
of no better investment the town can
make than in developing such parts as
are now only used for planting pur
poses. To open up new streets means
more building lots, and more building b
lots means more dwellings, and more
dwellings means more people, and more
people means an increase in ,he town's
resources and enterprises. There are I
several properties here. if opened up, Fa
could be easily developed for the gen- o
eral welfare. and council can aid mate
rially in this direction. Manning would
grow more rapidly could people desir- a
ing to come here be accommodated to I
building lots at reasonable figures. As E
it is. the number of accessible lots are a
few, and naturally high prices are de
manded for them, but if desirable lots
were more plentiful the price would b
soon be regulated as everything else. 3
Relief in One Minute.
One Minute Cough Cure gives relief t,
in one minute, because it kills the mi- S
crobe which tickies the mucous mem- 2
brane, causing the cough, and at the C
same time clears the phlegm, draws out
the inflammation and heals and soothes
the affected parts. One Minute Cough
Cure strengthens the lungs, wards off
pneumonia and is a harmless and never
failing cure in all curable cases of a
coughs, colds and croup. One Minute v
Cough Cure is pleasant to take, harm. S,
less and good alike for young and old- S
Sold by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
The voters of this town are required j
to register betore they will be qualified
to vote in the tovn election which
comes off in April. Very little inter- F
est is taken in our town elections, in
fact, it is hard to get men to consent s
to serve on the council: there is no
pay attached to the oflice and consider- b
able annoyance. Th.e town is large n
enough to begin to need an Intendant h
who will give much of his time to the a
service of the town, it would be un- r,
reasonable to expect any man to do this
without compensation, and we favor ,
iving the Intendant a salary. If there
as comuensation attached to the otlice,
a man consenting to Jaccept the posi
non would arrange his business so that
he would give his personal attention to
the town. We think it would be well
in the coming election for a box to be
provided where the voters can say e
whether than are willing for the Inten- 3
dant to receive a salary, and if the b
salary proposition is carried, the coun- I
cil can stipulate the salary, and define S
duties for the Intendant. The present n
Intendant and his predecessors have a
ratutously served the town, and when a
the town was smaller the service did c
did inconvenience them so much, but v
now, if a man does his full duty, it will v
neessitate .a loss of much time from his 3
private affairs, and this is one reason C
so few men can he found who are wil- t
ling to make the sacrifice.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets-i
Unequalled for Constipation. r
Mr. A. R. Kane, a prominent drug- a
gist of Baxter Springs, Kansas, says:'
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets are, in my judgment, the most
superior preparation of anything in use
today for constipation. They are sure
in action and with no tendency to nau
seate or gripe. For sale by The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea,
Attention, Cavalrymen! 1
Headquarters Co. B, First Rlegiment
Panola, S. C., Feb. 15, 1904.
Order No. 7. t
Members of this troop are hereby I
ordered to appear at the Panola drill 1
ground fully armed and equipped on
Saturday, 27th inst., at 10 a. m. to make
morning and evening drill dismounted;
the men will therefore supply them -
selves with one ration.
' H. B. RICHARDSON,
EDWARD FAIREY, 0. S.I
Beas the The Kind You Have Always Bought
Life is a circus with many sideshows.
Progress is the offspring of discon
A failure to start often saves a miser
The hard working clerk is usuaily
working for a raise.
Happy is the girl who thinks her
father is the best man on earth.
Take time for recreation or you will
work yourself out of a job.
It isn't always the best cook who pre
pares the most fancy dishes.
When a man thinks lie knows it all
he is happy until he wakes up.
Too often the man who pushes him
self along in the world shoves others
Executive ability is the capacity for
making some other fellow paddle your
Opinions should be formed with great
caution andi changed with still greater
It would be an easy matter for all
men to face the world if it wasn't for
A woman wvill forgive a man almost
anything except his failure to ask to be
Nature of tens lets a genius in on the
ground floor, but necessity compels him
BUSINESS LOCALS. ;
S. I. Till. Levi block.
The Furniture Man, Levi Block. [tf.
Matting, Carpets and Rugs at Kras- j
Call for free Premium Punch Cards
t Rhame's Drug Store.
Eight Day Clocks Waterbury; move
nent-See S. L. Krasuoll'.
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best.
[he R. B. Lorvea Drug Store.
Plant Wood's tested and true Wheat
;eed. The R. B. Lorvea Drug Store.
Wanted-Corn and Peas at highest
ash price. R. D. Clark, at People's
To Rent-A two story dwelling, good
cation. Terms apply to I. C. Ingram h
Just received a handsome lot of 1
rash and other new Ladies Belts at
The Dress Goods andl newest Wash
Toods is coming in daily. Come and
ee them. D. Hirschmann.
A brand new line of Remnant Rib
ons just received, prices lower than N
ist season. D. Hirschmann.
Boyd's Stock Medicines, Coach and
:arness Oils, Mica and Royal Axle M
reese. Legg & Hutchinson.
The prettiest lot of Ladies Stock
ollars in Lace and Embroidered with H
assels, very latest., 15, 25 and S0cts. D.
We have on hand about 75 open and
p Buggies and one-horse Wagons,
eap for cash or good notes. Legg & H
For Sale-A fine plantation within 3
files of Manning, well equipped with
uldings. The terms can be had by
pplying to this office.
Just Received a full assortment of X
aby Carriages and Go-Carts. Come
id pick your choice before the season y
pens. S. L. Krasnoff.
Go to Legg & Hutchinson for Buggy
ad Wagon Hames all separate parts of
fames, Riding Saddles, Whips, fine
uggy Robes,extra Buggy Shafts,Poles
For Sale.-2? acre lot in the town of
[anning, centrally locatedgood neigh- Q
rhood, containing 8 room residence,a
room tenant house, barn and stables.
or terms apply to J. D. Gerald. [2t Q
Wanted-At once competent teachers
fill good positions in this and in other
tates. No entrance fee charged.
eachers Co-operative Agency, St.
George, S. C.,. S. F. Utsey and F. N.
Thoroughbred Bull Terrier Pups for Sale.
These dogs are true to their nature,
ectionate, intelligent and make the
ery best watch-dogs. Correspondence
)licited by J. M. Richardson, Panola,
o D. O. Rhame, Druggist, Summer
ton, S. C. -N
Dear Sir:-I have been suffering from N
heumatism and Lumbago eighteen
.8) years, and during that time tried
~veral Doctors, and took some of all of
e different remedies I ever heard of M
t got no real benefit. Finally, learn- ~
g that Rhamne's Rheumatism Remedy g
d cured many others, I tried it. As N
evidence of my gratitude for the ~
medy which benefitted me so much, M
wish to relate my axperience to all_
o may be troubled with Rheumatism.
(Signed) F. H. CHEWNING.
1-13t Silver, S. C. -
.Special to the Trade.
From this date till March 1, our buy
c- wiil be in the great markets of New
ork, Philadelphia and Baltimore se
ecting the latest creations of Fine
'ress Goods, Silks, Dress Accesories,
taple Dry Goods, Notions, Gent's Fur-__
ishings and many other novel things
uxiliary to our complete lines. We
re also arranging to have the interior
four handsome new Store overhauled
-ith a complete Millinery Parlor and
-ill while awvay engage a fashionable'
illiner and lay in a magnificent stock
fMillinery Goods all that is new and
p to the hour.
We must also add that we are able
ight now to take care of your immedi
e wants in new seasonable goods and
avite you to call on us when in Man
Look out for our big showing of Spr ing
illinery, etc., later.
MUTUAL DRY GOODS CO.
February 15. 1904. [21-2t
Notice of Election.
The qualified electors of the Town of
anning will hereby take notice that
n election will be held at the Court__
ouse from 8 a. m. till 4 p. m. on March_
0, 1904. the question being whether or__
ot the Town of Manning shall surren
.er its present charter. and come in
nder the generai incorporation Act,
aade and provided for towns of be
ween one thousand and five thousand
eople, thus enlarging the scope and
owers of such municipalities.
D. M. BRADHAM,
E. J. BRCWNE, Clerk.
. B. LORYEA DRUG STORE,
ISAAC MA. LORYEA, Prop.,
Sign of the . . . Golden Mortar, 3
Beg to inform their many friends and custom
s that they are prepared to supply their wants
ih their accustomed celerity.
We carry a full and complete line in every de
artment of the
DRUG BUSINESS a
d ccry atention is shown to the wants of
F'or zany Years
Ve have endeavored to give the very best at
ention to our customers' wants, and feel that
e have succeeded. -
Our stock of
RUS, MEDICINES a
ScorPete in every particular -ad evecry and
a - deand can be supplied.__
When in need or PU'RE DRUGS and MEDI
1NES call on us and we can give you general
et.ESreceive our careful and i-_
ed~ate attention on day of receipt.
We hope for your kind patronage which for
ears we have earnestly striven to merit.
ISAAC NI LORYEA, Proprietor,
- ' Golden Mortar,
- e MANNINO, S. C.
P EHONE NO. 2
BaBthe The Kind Youi Have Always Bought
For the Early Market.
If you want to make the most money out of your
garden this year, it is time to begin thinking about
9 planting radishes, lettuce, corn, cucumbers, peas and
onion sets. This is the month tomatoes and cabbages
should be planted in hot beds. Much of the success in
truck raising depends upon getting fresh seeds that are
true to name. This is certain when you get your seeds
here. Every seed was grown last year and under condi
tios that insure the reliability of the variety. Amon;
the more populary favorites for early planting in this
section we would name the following:
Rhame's Drug Store,
Summerton, S. C.
We have a full line of these and all other varieties
Sever grown in this section.
Prollemls Solved, Not Guessed At.
Illegible writing and perplexing problems often con
front the prescription clerk. We have devoted much
time to the scientific study of prescriptions and many
years to practical experience.
We Are Seldom Puzzled,
but when we are we do not compound until we know
just what is required. The fact that our business con
stantly grows is evidence that our service pleases. You
are safe in bringing prescriptions to RHAME'S.
LITTLE THINGS AT
Doing little .things well is a characteristic of this
store. We recognize the fact that a transaction that
may seem small is often of great importance to you, and
our methods and service are such that we care for the
. smallest sale as carefully as we do the larger ones.
There are hundreds of little articles in a drug stock for
which only occasional calls are made, but when they are
wanted it is to fill a need which nothing 'else can fill-it
is our constant effort to supply these trifles. This same
attention to detail is carried throughout our business.
In selecting goods, each article- is purchased with regard
to quality. Each price is as low or lower than the same
quality is sold for elsewhere.
SSumern, -- S. C.
Hiigh Class Goods.
We still have some good things to offer yet. Al
though it is between the seasons, we can give you some
very close prices on Winter Goods. as we want the room
for our large shipment of Spring Goods already bought.
Ladies' and Misses' Jackets.
We still have something good and up-to-date in them
that we are offering way down below their real value.
Come early and look through what we have. We will
make the prices to suit your pocketbook.
If you are looking for something in that line wecan
please you in quality and price. We still have something
nice in them in dark Greys and Blacks that you can get
at real bargains. A look at them will convince you.
Gur' Dress Goods Deprtiment.
We watch that with great care, therefore you can fmnd
us right in the lead along that line.
Our Black Dress Goods Department is always full of
good things and the prices will meet all competition. See
what we have before buying your Suit or Skirt.__
All cotton goods are higher, but we were on the
watchout for that and laid in a good supply of them, and
our prices on them are as lowx as the low est. Get our
prices before buying.
R. & Q. Corsets.
We have a big siment just in of all the newest
shapes and styles. The deep hip will be one of the lead
ing styles this season. We carry them in all sizes.
Gur ifamiiltoii-Browi Shoes
Still have the lead in high art Footwear. We carry a full
line of them in all sizes and styles. Buy a pair and they IE
will make a shoe cnstomer of ours.
Thanking you for past patronage and wishing you a
prosperous new year.
I renfain yours,
THE OLD RELIABLE,
S. A. FR Ic3Y,
3. H. RIGBY, flanager.
While we are still unable to report that we have moved into'.
our new store, yet we are not waiting on that important event,
but are just pushing rjght ahead and getting in Spring Goods of
every description and we are vain enough to believe that we now'
have jammed into our circumscribed quarters the best selection
of new Spring Goods of any house in the place and we think a
visit from you and an inspection of our stock will convince you
of this assertion.
Laces and Embroideries.g
Too much cannot be said in impressing our great values in
Laces and Embroideries upon the minds of those who are inter
ested in such dainty things.
Our line of Sc Embroideries and Laces has no equals in this.
A large line of Torchon Laces at 5, 10 and 15e yard.
- Nice dainty patterns in Val. Laces with Insertings to match.
The greatest line of Embroidery in Match Sets ever shown in
A look at our Laces and Embroideries will convince you that
our prices are the best.
Black Skirt Goods.
Our line of Black Skirt Goods is the wonder - all who see it,
consisting of Voiles, Ragatines, Cicilians. Brilliantines and
Serges ranging in price from 25c to $1.25 per yard.
If you need a nice Black Skirt for Easter don't put it off but
come now while the selection is not broken.
A Word to the Gentlemen.
If you need anything in Clothing, Shoes or Hats we think we
can come as near pleasing you as any firm in town and perhaps
we.can come nearer pleasing you as we have a brand new stock
of everything in this line.
Nice All-Wool Suits for $7.50 that you can't buy elsewhere
for less than $10. Yes, we mean just what we say. you cab't buy
them for less that $10. We warrant every thread of them to be
all wool too. -
It will do you good to see our splendid line of Black Suits in
If you need a nice Suit we are sure we can interest you.
You need a nice- new style Hat or a nice pair of Shoes? It
will cost you nothing to see our line and it may save you money;
anyway you can't lose anything by giving us a look if you are
interested in a nice Suit or a nice Hat or a fine pair of Shoes.
I just want to say to the ladies of Clarendon and adjoining.
counties that we expect to inject more ginger, more vim and en-:_
ergy into our Millinery department than we have for many sea
sons, for we will have a
A new stock of goods out and out and a new store to show up
our stock to the best advantage.
Ladies, be sure to look us up when you need that Easter Hat, --
we will do you good.
I .l INO
TO AYTANW DID MON THE NSS~
CORRESPONDING DAY LAST YEAR?
S This is the question that we are constantly answering by
Smaking it to the interest of the purchasing public to buy from
us. With this object in view we lay our plans ahead by buying*
Sgoods at the lowest market prices and giving our customers the
Sbenefit of our foresight.
-:-FARMERS-:-. 1 - 2 -
SDo not fail to inspect our stock of Spring Hardware. Our-_
Sability to serve you is not excelled anyhwere, and we place be
Sfore you the largest and most yaried assortment of goods in our
Sline ever shown in our county at prices that are unapproachable. -
z: Let us show you our Plo't Bridles; at the price we quote __
Sthem to you you cannot help but appreciate their great value.
SWe heve an excellent stock of Baek bands, Plow Lines, Single- .
Strees, Traces, shovels, Forks, Mattocks, Grab Hoes, Cotton Iloes.__
SAll patterns of Plow Stocks, including the Celebtated Watt
SPlow than which no better class is Made. Curry Combs, Brushes, 2
SRepair Links, Steel Shapes, Guano.Distributors, Harrows; in
Sfact everything for the farm at astoms~hig low prices; consider
Sing the advance in almost everythmng.
H OUSEK E EPERS.
S We regret that owing to the delay of the railroads in mak
Sing delivery that we have been temporarily out of certain sizes
Sof our Celebrated 0. K. Stoves and Ranges. We wish to say that
we now have them and can sell at prices formerly quoted. WVhen
we repeat that these Stoves have been the most phenomenally
Ssuccessful line from every standpoint ever put on the market we
~Zbut offer the assertion as an evidence of their many excellent
~ qualties.Very truly yours,
~ anniing Hardware Co
We are in our new quarters at the sam0
old stand, next to Jenkinson's, where we are
prepared to fill all orders for
We will be glad to see you and "figger" on
on any bill of G-roceries you may need; and
feel assured we can satisfy you both in ciual
ity and price.
The Manning Grocery Co,