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MANNING. S. C., FEB. 24, 1904.
Publishes All County and Town Of
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MrsT 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
p. m. for the passenger trains, and the car will
also meet the freight trains. Arrangement.s
have been made with the agent at depot to tele
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- I
We wish to say to our many lady
friends and patrons that we propose i
to put all the energy and vim at our
command into our Millinery. Depart
ment this spring and the ladies can t
depend on it that our prices will be
lower than ever.
Oar Millinery Department will be
ably assisted by Mrs. Beulah M. t
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.
Judge R. O. Purdy will preside at our
Died last Sunday near Silver, Mrs. t
John W. Rhame. t
Dr. A. D. Epps of Greeleyville spent S
yesterday in Manning.
Mr. S. I. Till is at the North pur- i
chasing his spring stock.
We have just printed and put instock
a new form of labor contracts.
Died last Thursday at Wilson, Miss
Annie Lowder, aged about 19 years.
Died at Mayesville last Thursday,
Mrs. Tabby Bryant, aged about 75
Mrs. C. F. Williams of Columbia is in
Manning on a visit to her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. F. N. Wilson.
One of the tidiest places in town is I
the new establishment now being open- C
ed by Gerald & Thames.
Claude Breedin was taken Dr.Baker's
infirmary last Saturday and operated
upon Suniday. His condition is critical.
Died at the home of his son-in-law,
Mr. Robert Bodge at Alcolu, last Mon
day, Mr. Lamb Boseman, aged about i
Mr. W. P. Legg has purchased from
Mrs. E. G. Hall the house and lot on
Railroad av-enue, known as the "Con- z
-St. Peter's lodge meets to-night in its
regular communication. This is an im
portant meeting and a full attendance ]
f'Died at his home last Friday morn
'ing near Davis Station,Mr. J. L. Eadon,
aged- about 45 years. Funeral at St.
Mrs. Hugh McKelvey who has been
in Manning visiting her mother, Mrs.
S. Iseman has returned to her home in
The dispensary was closed last Mon
day on account of Washingtons birth
day, and many a fellow carried about
with him a dry thirst.a
We are glad to note that Dr. M. D.
Murray of Pinewood has recovered his
health and has returned from Balti
more to resum~e his practice.
A telegram was received here yester
terday announcing the death at Colum
of Alma,r- five year old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Fishburne.c
There will be no preaching in the
Manning Presbyterian church next
Sunday as the pastor wili fill an appoint
ment in Georgetown on that day.
The force of hands working upon the
streets struck for more pay, .and the
council arranged with Supervisor Ow
ens for a part of the chain gang to work
on the streets.
SIt is a healthy sign, when farmers
,ake their purchases and give checks
on the banks in payment. There are
more farmers with bank accounts this
year than ever before.
Bishop H. A. Tisdale of Summerton
was in Manning Monday, and from his
hearty pump-handle handshake and his
solicitous inquiries after the family, it
is suspected that he is a candidate.
It would be a good idea to build a
warehouse at the depot to stow fertili
zers. The cost would be very little and
when the roads are in bad condition as
they usually are at this season of the
year, it would be a great convenience
to fertilizer buyers.
Died last Friday at his home in Pri
vateer, McDonald Furman, aged about
40 years. The deceased was one of the
best posted men in the State on South
Carolina history, and on Indian matters
he was regarded an authority. He had
many warm friends in Clarendon.
The section forces on the A. C. L. are
still on a strike for more pay, and it is
reported that unless the railroad au
thorities soon get forces of hands back
on the roads, the engineers will also
strike, because they regard it danger
ous to operate upon unguarded roads.
A very sad accident occurred at Tur
beville last Thursday. A nine months
old child of Mr. Henry Dennis was left
in a chair before the fire, while the
mother was in the yard washing, and a
coal popped from the fire, and burned
the little one so severely that it is fear-=
ed it will not live.
The bill introduced by Representa
tie Lesesne to increase the county
treaurer's salary failed of enactment
on account of a rule adopted to not con
sider third reading bills on the last day
of the session. Mr. Lesesne tried to
get the bill up on Saturday but the
House refused to rescind its rule.
We have in our possession a land
plt, which was sent to this offce by a
lady who found it. The plat is dated
1$4, and refers to 1,000 acres of land,
situated on Nill branch, waters of San
tee River. It probably belongs to
somebody in this county, and they can
have same by calling at this offie.
It is against the lawv to operate slot
machines that have any chance attach
ments. These machmnes in the small
towns were not run with a view to gam
ble, but merely to sell cigars, .but mi,
the wisdom of the Legislature it was
deemed best to put a stop to them,
which will save many a nickel that
would otherwise have been spent for
Mr. James J. Doggett of New Zion,
one of Clarendon's oldest citizens was
found dead in his barn last Saturday.
He had gone into the barn to sbell
some corn for mill, and he remained
so long that his wife went to see about
him. and when found he was cold in
death, with a cob in his hand, and it is
supposed while shelling corn a stroke of
paralysis killed him. The deceased
was about eighty years of age, well
known throughout the county. He was
eccentric, but a good man.
Judging from rumors,we are inclined
to think there will be a full crop of can
didates for the various county ofices,
and so far as we are concerned we have
no objection to the number, the
more the merrier, and the more mate
rial to select from. This newspaper
will not take sides. between local can
lidates. it has no favorite to advance.
or has it any one to oppose. We want
,he best man to win, in a free,open,and
Died yesterday Raymond Wilson,
,olored. an old servant of the Levi fam
ly. The deceased shortly after the
'ar was implicated in some trouble in
)arlington county, and a number of
rears after he was found in Manning
Lnd taken to the penitentiary. The
ate Moses Levi became interested in
is behalf, and made a personal appeal
or pardon to Governor Richardson who
.ranted it, and ever since Raymond
gas been a faithful servant in the Levi
The citizens of Manning are called
ipon to say whether or not we are to
urrender our present charter and put
he town under the general incorpora
ion Act. Under the present charter
he council is practically helpless, it
rives no power to put in improvements,
end it is altogether inadequate. We
re virtually without a charter, because
he present charter was framed for a
own in its infancy, and by it council
>nly has police power. the right to
evy a tax, to maintain the streets, and
:o abate nuisances. The matter is en
irely up to the taxpayers to say 1
hether or not it will be of advantage 1
o the town's welfare to increase the
>owers of council that they may levy a
tigher rate of taxation, bond the town
o build water works and other neces
We favor coming under the general
ncorporation laws, because we believe
he people will always guard their in
erests by selecting the right kind of
ouncil. When council has the neces
ary power to put in improvements, the
>eople will take an active interest in
he affairs of the town. As it is, very
ittle interest is manifested. mainly be
ause it is known the council is without
,uthority to do much.
Relief in One Minute.
One Minute Cough Cure gives relief
a one minute, because it kills the mi
,obe. which tickles the mucous mem
rane, causing the cough, and at the
ame time clears the phlegm, draws out
he inflammation and heals and soothes
he affected parts. One Minute Cough
ure strengthens the lungs, wards off
neumonia and is a harmless and never
ailing cure in all curable cases of
oughs, colds and croup. One Minute
,ough Cure is pleasant to take, harm.
ess and good alike for young and old
>old by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
We the undersigned merchants of
anning, agree to close our stores at
o'clock p. m. (Saturday's excepted) 1
rom March 1 to September 1.
S. A. Rigby.
The Manning Grocery Co., I. I. Bag
al, Sec. and Treas.
Manning Hardware Co.]
The New Idea.
One Price Store.
McLeodWilkins-King Co., . W. G.
Dickson Hardware Co.
L.L Wells. t
S. I. Till.
Mutual Dry Goods Co., Wells Sec.
S. L. Krlasnoff.
P. B. Mouzon.c
S. R. Venning.
C. M. Davis & Co.
B. A. Johnson.
W. E. Jenkinson.
Levi Mercantile Co., A. Levi Sec.
Ieadquarters Co. B, First Regiment
Panola, S. C.,'Feb. 15, 1904. )
Order No. 7.
Members of this troop are herebyt
rdered to appear at the Panola drill
round fully armed and equipped on 1
saturday, 27th inst., at 10 a. m. to make
orning and evening drill dismounted; 1
he men will therefore supply them
elves with one ration.
By oder H. B. RICHARDSON,
EDwARD F.uREY, 0. S.
Salt pork is a famous old
Fa.shioned remedy for con
umption. "Eat plenty of
ork," was the advice t the
onsumptive 5o and 100
Salt pork is good if a man
:an stomach it. The idea
ehind it is that fat is the
Eod the consumptive needs
srn method of feeding fat to
the consumptive. Pork is too
ough for sensitive stomachs.
cott's Emulsion is the most
efined of fats, especially
repared for easy digestion.
Feeding him fat in this
way, which is often the enly
way, is half the battle, but
Scott's Emulsion does more
than that. There is some
thing about the combination
of cod liver oil and hypophos
hites in Scott's Emulsion
that puts new life into the
weak parts and has a special
action on the diseased lungs.
A sample wil be
- ---- 'sent free upon request.
- Be sure that this picture in
the formi ot a bl is on the
- . wrap.,r of every bottle of
Emiution you buy.
- - BOWNE,
409 Pearl St., N. Y.
Editor The Manuitf Times
I see THE TIMES correspondent at
New Zion puts a pretty good phase to
the bill introduced in the Senate to
transport judges free. I see also where
a bill was introduced to change the sal
ary of Supreme Court Justices from
$2,850 to 3500 with the excuse that it
costs more to live now than when the
general salary bill was passed. This
bill went to its third reading at $3,000.
I wonder what kind of "ism" this bill
is: hope none of our delegation was in
Now, Mr. Editor, I believe that a
large majority of the people of this
county will agree with me when I say
that you have fought a hard and fear
less battle with your pen to maintain
for your paper the high standard it now
has and always for the best interests of
the people, and I have no doubt that
the suggestions in THE MANNING
TIMES will have more and more consid
Won-ler if the route from the county
seat to Salem to sell sewing machines
will be shortened any now by way of
Batesburg, S. C.?
1 see in the newspapers where there
aame near being a conflagration in the
all of the Legislature last week. Now
these big fat fellows that feel like fight
ing for the State's rights and its wrongs
Sad better get outside, for if the struc
:ure is in the condition the last com
nittee reports, the State would not
>nly lose a lot o: money, but the fight
ing might throw the State House down
mnd some mighty useful, brainy (?) men
night be lost in the collapse.
N r. George Epperson of Sumter spent
t couple of days in this town last week.
Our hustling judge, A. J. Richbourg,
s having his large office painted, which
tdds much to its looks.
Mr. L. T. Fischer has accepted a po
ition in the Avant Mercantile Compa
iv's store. -
-Died at her home, about two miles
rom Summerton last Thursday night,
ifter a short illness, Mrs. Mary Rich
>ourg, relict of the late E. R. Rich
>ourg, aged 84 years.
This little town has been alive with
rummers the past week.
Mr. W. H. Shirer. our esteemed de
>ot agent, is taking a rest, and Mr.
&rnest Tisdale is holding the railroad
usiness down in his place.
Mr. Henry C. Hinson, the blind
rother of Mr. T. E. Hinson from Lee
ounty, is visiting the latter. It is re
narkable to see this man get abont
vithout help, as he can go anywhere
,round the place without aid.
Our hustling Mr. W. A. Avant
>ought from a bunch of mules here last
aturday four of the finest of them, for
he mill business, I suppose.
S.mmerton, Feb. 22, 1904.
Fewer gallons; wears longer; Devoe
dit The ?''arning Times:
Your correspondent from Panola has
>een resting from his weighty duties,
ndeavoring to draw a long breath be
ore taking up the pen again and wait
ng to hear something cheering from
>ur legislators now working up the in
erests of their constituency "and their
>wn." But it is useless to expect any
hing better in the future than we have
iad in the past, so we come down to
>ractical things and real life at home.
With this pretace we touch lightly
tpon some of the doings, comings and
~oings of the people who make up the
ittle world around us in which we
'live, move and have our being."
Intelligence of the death of Mrs. Ellis
ichbourg. the venerable mother of
d'r. L. N. Richbourg of. this place, has
ust reached us. We tender to our
eihbor and friend our sincere sympa
h in his sad bereavement.
The many friends of Mr. L. D. Way
re not surprised but delighted with
he fair bride he found in the home of
dlr. . H. Johnson of Foreston, and we
ish these young people every happi
tess and a prosperous life.
Mr. C. E. Bryant of Silver has ac
epted a position in Augusta, and his
any friends here wish him success in
tis new home.
The Valentine party at the Grange
all Academy on last Friday night was
well attended and a pleasant affair.
Mr. 0. W. Evans of this place is now
trumming for the E. A. Brown TLobacco
ompany of Richmond, Va.
Mr. at~d Mrs. George Lesesne of San
ee paid this neighborhood a flying
isit on last Saturday.
Mr. S. P. Fairy still lingers in the
ar West and his neighbors impatiently
wait his return. We expect to see
him come laden with the trophies of
he chase in the wilds of the Colorado
n the shape of deer, bear, wild cat,
en-foot rattler and buffalo.
Mrs. S. P. Holladay is preparing for
he annual exhibition of the Panola
cademy which we know will be an in
ellectual banquet to all who are pres
mt on that occasion. W.
ILetter to 3. D. Gerald.
Dear Sir: Would you rather have
tour customers speak of your shoes as
,earing well, not running down at the
ieel, as turning water, and taking a
;hine; or wag their heads and say
We'd rather have have ours, at long
.ntervals, say: "We want some more
aint and we want Devoe" We know
.t isn't in human nature to paint very
ften; we don't expect them to come
-ery often; we dont want 'em to. All
e want is to paint what they have to
aint, whenever they paint it; the
.onger the time the surer they are to
~ome-back. There's business enough
n the world; there are houses enough
o paint; let 'em take their time.
If we were a shoemaker, we'd make
;hoes to last half a lifetime, and shoe
he whole town.
F. W. DEVOE & Co.,
Manning Hard we''e Company sells
History repeats itself. You cnnnot
find the age of a woman in the Bilie.
ditor The Manning Times:
Everything~ here is quite festive on
icount of Washington's birthday. The
;treets are ]ively with different kinds
>f amusements.'The only difference be
ween Washington's birthday and
ranksgiving is that we always have
orkey for dinner on the latter, while
-e are not thus blessed on the former.
rhe writer some times thinks we should
have more Thanksgiving days than we
Mr. W. W. Cunningham spent sev
eral days in Charleston last week.
Miss Berta Pringle spent yesterday
t her home in Sumter.
Mr. J. F. Sule and family are visiting
relatives at this place.
I notice in last week's issue where
your correspondent from Turbeville
tells of the troubles of two old bachelors
of his section. The writer wishes to
inform him that his section is not the
nly place that old bachelors exist. We
have several at this place who exper
ience a great deal of trouble in the
effort to capture one of the fair sex.
As the writer is one of the bachelors
he would like to have some one publish
his troubles, as perhaps that would
have a tendency to soften the heart of
some one of the many pretty girls, and
thereby did him in securing a lifetime
companion. Who will take the first
step toward giving assistance?
S. I. Till, Levi Wck.
The Furniture Man, Levi Block. [tt.
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best.
The R. B. Lorvea Drug Store.
Plant Wood's tested and true Wheat
Seed. The R. B. Lorvea Drug Store.
Wanted-Corn and Peas a t highest
cash price. R. D. Clark, at People's
To Rent-A two story dwelling, good
location. Terms apply to I. C. Ingram
For Sale-A fine plantation within 3
miles of Manning. well equipped with
buildings. The term.s can be had by
applying to this office.
Wanted-At once competent teachers
to fill good positions in this and in other
States. No entrance fee charged.
Teachers Co-operative Agency. St.
George, S. C.,. S. F. Utsey and F. N.
Wanted.-By a lady of many years
experience a position to teach in a pri
vate school or in a family as Governess.
Country preferred. References ex
changed. Address Miss Grace H. Jer
vey, New Zion, S. C. [eow2t
Wanted-to buy a good place,contain
ing 150 to 200 acres of land in this
county, situated near railroad and good
school. Parties owning such a place
will address a letter to A, care of THE
MANNING TIES. [tf
To D. O. Rhame, Druggist, Summer
ton, S. C.
Dear Sir:-I have been suffering from
Rheumatism and Lumbago eighteen
(1S) years, and during that time tried
several Doctors, and took some of all of
the different remedies I ever heard of
but got no real benefit. Finally, learn
ing that Rhame's Rheumatism Remedy
had cured many others, I tried it. As
an evidence of my gratitude for the
remedy which benefitted me so much,
I wish to relate my experience to all
who may be troubled with Rheumatism.
(Signed) F. H. CHEWNING.
16-13t Silver, S. C.
Special to the Trade.
From this date till March 1, our buy
er will, be in the great markets of New
York, Philadelphia and Baltimore se
lecting the latest creations of Fine
Dress Goods, Silks, Dress Accesories,
Staple Dry Goods, Notions, Gent's Fur
n:shings and many other novel things
auxiliary to our complete lines. We
are also arranging to have the interior
of our handsome new Store overhauled
with a complete Millinery Parlor and
will while away engage a fashionable
Milliner and lay in a magnificent stock
of Millinery Goods all that is new and
up to the hour.
We must. also add that we are able
right now to take care of your immedi
ate wants in new seasonable goods and
invite you to call on us when in Man
Look out for our big showing of Spring
Millinery, etc., later.
MUTUAL DRY GOODS CO.
February 15: 1904. (21-2t
Notice to Creditors.
All persons having claims against
he estate of J. L. Eadon de
eased, will present them duly at
ested, and those owing said estate
ill make payment to
S. A. EADON,
A. J. RICHBOURG,
The Steam Saw and Grist Mills, and
heir appliances, lately owned by Mr.
. H. June, located near JTordan, Clar-=
ndon County. Persons desiring to
urchase this property will please ap- .
ply to Joseph F. Rhame, Attorney for
wner, Mannirng, S. C.
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 S a. m. till 4 p. m. on Marchb
10, 1904, the question being whether or
not the Town of Manning shall surre
der its present charter, and come in
nder the general incorporation Act,
ade 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. BRowNE, Clerk.
.. THE ..
R. B. LORYEA DRUG STORE,
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Prop.,
Sign of the . .. Golden Mortar,
Beg to inform their many friends and custom- -
ers that they are prepared to supply their wants
with their accustomed celerity.
We carry a full and complete line in every de
partment of the
nd every attention is shown to the wants or
For Xany Years
We have endeavored to give the very best at
tention to our customers' wants, and feel that -
e have succeeded.
Our stek of
s omplete in every particular and every and
ny demand can be supplied.
When in need of PURE DRUGS and MEDI
CINES call on us and we can give you general
MALODERS receive our careful andi
mediate attention on day of receipt.
We hope for your kind patronage which for
years we have enaestly striven to meri t.
ISAAC M, LORYEA, Proprietor,
-.Sif-n of the
-- Golcden Mortar,
MANNING, S. C.
*~'I1-H NE NO. 52.
HEGE IMPROVED L.OG-BEAM
HEAcoCK-KING VARIABL-E FEED WORKS.
IT CAN'T BE BEAT.
Write "The Machinery People" for prices
W. II. GI BB ES @. CO. -
COL.UMBIA, S. C.
ENGINES. BOILERS. COTTON GINS.
-rHE GS asaPoRTBESINL AHN
For the Early Market. m
If you want to make the most money out of your
garddn this year, it is time to begin thinking about
planting radishes, lettuce, corn, cucumbers. peas and
onion sets. This is the month tomatoes and cabbages
should be planted in hot beds. Macn 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
i tions that insure the reliability of the variety. Among
the more populary favorites for early planting in this
section we would name the following:
Rhaie's Drug Store,
Summerton, S. C.
We have a full line of these and all other varieties
ever grown in this section.
Problemis Soked, 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
66 1 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
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.
D.o . RHAME,
S Summerton, - - S. C.
IHigh Class Goods.
Westill have some good things to offer yt l
though it is between the seasons, we can give you some
Ivery 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.
ICome early and look through what we have. We will
make the prices to suit your pocketbook.
pia yuLadies' Skirts.
Ifyuare looking for something in that line we can
plaeyou in quality and price. We still have something
ncinthem in dark Greys and Blacks that you can get
arelbargains. A look at them will convince you.
Our Dress Goods Departmienit.
We watch that with great care, therefore you can find
us right in the lead along that line.
U 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.E
All cotton goods arc higher, but we wer e on the
Swatchout for that and lad in a good supply of them, and
our prices on them are as low as the lowest. Get our
prices before buying.
Sshapes adstyles. The deep hip will be one ofthled
ing styles this season. We carry them in all sizes.
Our IHamiilton-Brown ShoesE
Still have the lead in high art Footwear. Wc carry a full
line of them in all sizes and styles. Buy a pair and they
will make a shoe customer of ours.
Thanking you for past patronage and wsigyua
Sprosperous new year,
I remain yours,
THE OLD RELIABLE,
S. A. FRIGE3Y,
J. Ii. RIGBY, flanager.j
__ Whlewear stil ,io d~
While we are still unable to report that we have moved. into
I our new store, yet we are not waiting on that important event,
but are just pushing right 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.
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 5e Embroideries and Laces has no equals in this
A large line of 'forchon 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 CoodCy
Our line of Black Skirt Goods is the wonder of all who Bee 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 61f 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 S10. Yes, we mean just what we say, you can'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
the newest weaves and styles at $10, $12.50 and $15 per Suit.
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 mone;
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.
Millinery, Millinery. r
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 f6r many sea
sons, for we will have a
NEW MILLINER, N?.
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.
IW. K. JEKISON .
SBOW! (JAN WIE DO MORE BUSINESS
STODAY THAN WE DID ON THE -
CORRESPONDING DAY LAST YEAR?
SThis 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.
S Do 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 varied assortment of goods in our
Sline ever shown in our county at prices that are unapproachable.
S Let us show you our Plow Bridles; at the price we quote -
E them to you you cannot help but appreciate their great value.
SWe h-eve an excellent stock of Baek bands, Plow Lines, Single
Strees, Traces, shovels, Forks, Mattocks, Girub Hoes,-Cotton Hoe's.
E All patterns of Plow Stocks, including .the Celebtated Watt
SPlow than which no better class Is Made. Curry Combs, Brushes,
SRepair Links, Steel Shapes, Guano Distributors, Harrows; in.
E fact everything for the farm at. astonishing low prices, co~nsider
Sing the advance in almost everything.
S We regret that owing to the delay of the railroads in mak
E ing delivery that we have been tempo'rarily out of certain sizes
Sof our Celebrated 0. K. Stoves and Ranges.. We wish to say that
Swe now have them and can sell at prices formerly quoted. When .
C we repeat that these Stoves have been the most phenomenally
.-successful line from every standpoint ever pnt on the market we
~Z but offer the assertion as an evidence of their many excellent
~ qualties.Very truly yours,
%Z 1I11111in Hardware Co.0
We are in our new quarters at the samO
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 0-roceries you may need, and
feel assured we can satisfy you both in qual
ity and price.
The Manning Grocery Co.