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MANNNG S. C.. MARCH 1, 1905.
Publishes All County and Town Of
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. Ms-r be in
this office by Saturday Noon in order to
insure publication the following week.
To be Used at W. E. Jenkinson Company's.
Great bargains to offer in Bedroom
Furniture, Chairs, Lounges and all
kinds of Housefurnishing Goods. If
you need a nice Dining Table see
what we have to offer you.
One hundred bores of Tobacco to
close out very cheap for the cash.
Two hundred tons of Guano on
hand at our warehouse to sell for the
eash-Acid Phosphate, Kainit, Soda,
Peruvian Guano and all staple
brands of Guanos carried in stock all
One hundred dozen Men's Blue
Denim Overalls to sell at very close
Twenty cases of Plow Shoes to sell
at S1, $1.25, $1.50 and S2 per pair.
Ladies, if you wish to see the new
things in new Spring Dress Goods
call and see what we are showing.
We are making a big run on La
dies' Neckwear., Hair Ornaments,
Corsets of all kinds, Ribbons and
new Spring Street Hats.
Ladies, we are still running our
great White Goods sales and it will
simply surprise you to see what val
ues we are offering in these lines.
Niee White Piques, 32 inches wide,
only 10c yard.
W. E. JENKINSON CO.
Dr. D. 0. Rhame of Summerton was
in town last Monday.
Clerk of Court A. I. Barron spent
Monday in Columbia.
Mrs. D. Hirschmann returned from
the north last Monday.
Mr. J. F. Dickson spent last Friday
in Charleston on business.
Mr. G. L.,Thames is out again. after
a severe spell of typhoid fever.
Miss Julia Sheppard of Summerton
spent, yesterday with friends in Man
Mr. T. B. Hudnal, of Florida, is in
Manning with his daughter, Mrs. J. T.
Mr. L. D. Player, who was operated
on about a month ago for appendicitis
is out again.
Mrs. Stephen Thomas, Jr.. of Charles
ton is ivisiting her sister-in-law,. Mrs.
W. S. Harvin.
Senator Wells, Hon. J. W. Ragsdale
and S. W. G. Ship, Esq., of the Flor
ence Bar were in Manning Saturday.
Rev. J. M. Holladay will preach at
Harvins on Sunday afternoon at ,
and at Alcolu at 7:30 in the evening.
Mr. Sam Barron, who has been ill
for sometime with rheumatism, was
taken to a Columbia hospital Monday.
Married by Probate Judge 3- M.
Winidham, last Wednesday, Mr. Zecha
riah Prescott and Miss Viola Brunson.
Capt. W. C. Davis and Hon. J. H.
Lesesnie went to Bishopville to argue
an injunction preceeding last Mon
All the stores except The Clarendon,
Thomas Nimmer and Walker & Eichel
berger will close, beginning today. al
Do not fail to read the~ announcement
of L. L. Wells & Co., fancy grocers and
book store. This is a new firm and~
they are catering for bnsiness.
We call the attention of our readers
to a letter from the New York markets
we received from Mr. S. L. Til, who is
hustling in the great market chasing
after bargains to sell his customers.
Till is a hustler, and' McLeod has the
money, the two combinations will make
The Woman's Christian Temperance
Union will hold meetings on the firs1
and third Mondays of each month, in
stead of only the first Monday as here
tofore. The next meeting will be at th4
home of Mrs. Joseph Sprott, Monday
March 6, at 4:30 o'clock, p. m. Let ut
have a full attendance.
The growing town of Summerton i
reaching out for trade as will be see:1
by the new advertisement of the Sum
merton Mercantile Company inm thi
issue: This company has at its heat
Hon. C. M. Davis, who is an old ez
perienced merchant, and connecte'
with-him are Mr. W. D. McClary, Jr.
and H. C. Carrigan, young, active, an'
intelligent young men who propose t
draw to them a large portion of Clai
At a meeting held on February 15t
- by the board of directors of the Ban
of Clarendon, Mr. J. Taylor Stuke
was elected cashier of that institt
tion. Mr. Stukes has accepted an
will assume the duties of his ne'
postion on May 1st. The Bank<
OlrendoD is to be congratulatedi
securing Mr, Stukes as cashier. Sinc
its organization it has proved itself
success and with Mr. Stukes connecte
therewith, still greater prosperity
Letter to J. B. Taylor.
Dear Sir: A gallon saved is $4. or 8
earned. Devoa saves 2 or 3 gallons
10. Hqw much is it worth a gallon?.
A gallon saved saves the paimsir
-too; and both together cost 84. or So
4. where labor is cheap: $5. where I
bor is dear.
Our agents in Bridgeeort, Cont
Hubbell & Wade Co., tell us; "The:
are a great many workingmen's honis
here. They used to paint lead-and-<
and take ten gallons. We have bet
selling them ten gallons Devoe lea
and-zinc, and have had, in everyi
stance, tw gallons returned." The pr
portion is often higher than that:
have known it five in ten, but this e
This is the explanation: Devoe
ground by nachinery, and is grou:
fine: lead-and-Oil is mixed by hand, al
isn't ground at all.
.30 F. W. DEVOE & Co,
P.~S. Manning Hard ware Co. sell c
Hold Your Cotton.
The Clarendon delegation to the C
ton Growers' Convention, composed
R. A. Sublett, 3. E. Tindal, 3. D. BR
ledge. 0. C. Scarborough, A. Levi,'
D. Gamble, D. M. Bradham, H. M\. 3
Intosh, W'. E. Jenkinson and Lo
Appelt, attended in full force, and
were pleased with the results. It v
one of the finest bodies of men we he
ever seen assembled in the State Hoi
and every man came away thoroug]
impressed with the importance of usi
his influence to persuade the farm
to organize and to keep their cot1
away from the market. If the farm
throughout the South will hold on
their cotton 60 days we sincerely
lieve the price will advance suffcier
to pay them a handsome profit for w:
int every man go to work to hel];
this, the greatest movement ever
m~agred in the interests of the fai
3r. and if they let this opportunity Slip
,ve fear it will be useless to attempt
miything again. This is the first time
:hat all commercial interests have com
ined with a view to make a stubborn
esistance against the greed of specula
:ors. The merchant and banker whose
interests are tied up in the farmer have
joined in to advance the price of cot
Lon, and with them come the inanufac
rLurer, who says, "low price cotton will
bankrupt the mills."
Will the farmers not arouse them
elves and get togethery There should
not be a solitary man in auy couniun
itv to remain out of the organization.
We realize the unfortunate fact that
some men will sneer and have nothing
to do with it, but these same men would
decline seats in heaven if the seats
are not cushioned. They should not
have influence. It is just such men who
would take advantage of the reduction
to plant more, thinking it shrewd. but
if the farmers get fully organized such
characters who would stay out with
thehope of profiting by an increase in
acreage would be made to realize that
we cannot live to ourself. we must be
in elbow touch with our neighbor if
life is worth living at all. We hope the
county president will appoint a set
of active organizers in every township
and make the organization second to
none in the State. Clarendon should
not lag in this matter.
How Texas Will Vote.
Find enclosed money for Dr. King's
Nerve and Bone Liniment. I want it
at once for my rheumatism. W. W.
Troutman. For muscular rheumatism
this is a specific. It is also the best
remedy for sprains, bruises, stilf joints.
It will make an old man limber up, as
in youth. Like all of Dr. King's medi
cines it is sold no cure, no pay, by Dr.
W. E. Brown & Co. and all medlcine
Teachers Convention At Workman.
Editor The Manninig Times:
Please allow me space in your valuable
paper to relate the second meeting of
Teachers Convention, which met last
Friday evening at the hospitable home
of -Mr. S. W. M1cIntosh. The teachers
all turned out in good style, even the
little one was there. We did not have
any boat riding, although Daniel and
George were both here in their new
red buggies. If you could have seen
the line-up in front of Ir. McIntosh's
home on this occasion you would cer
tainly thought that the dudes were
after the teachers.
On Friday night we all went up to
Mr. E. S. Kennedy's to a sociable, and
as we did not have "little Willie" with
us this time, the little teacher seemed
to be the center of attraction, although
we did not have any smoking. We en
joyed several new games and some
bled at Mr. McIntosh's, and that nigh1
Daniel and George were both with u!
again bringing with them '12 dozer
oranges and 30 pounds of raisins, al
for sihool teachers. The meeting ad
journed Saturday night at 11:511 sin(
die, with 39 boys and four teacher.
answering the roll call. Daniel anc
George seemed to be the only happ
ones. They will meet this evening a
the residence of Mr. D. L Burgess.
Workman, Feb. 24, 1905.
Not HOW MUCH guano,
but HO0W the K. P. Dis
tributor Scatters it.
The Frierson-Flood Tragedy From a Valdost
One of the bloodiest tragedies tha
has ever been enacted in this section o
country happened last Saturday nigh
at the ~home of J. E. Flood, on Cypres
The affair seems to be pretty we.
shrouded in mystery, but _the investi
gation by the coroner's jury learne
enough to justify the charge of murde
against A. L. Frierson and a chiarge c
accessory to the crime against the mum
dered man's wife.
Frierson left the city Sunday mort
ing on the early A. C. L. train fo
South Carolina, where he formerl
lived, but he was caught at Savanna
on a 'phone message from Sheriff Pas
more, and was brought. back to th
city for confinement in jail. _Mr
Flood was arrested Sunaday and is1
.jail, together with her nine year ol
From the best of evidence obtai
ble, the tragedy occurred about eigl
o'clock Saturday night. It seems the
the two men had been estranged, bi
had recently been good friends Fnie:
a son, it will~ be remembered by Tt
1 Times readers, \was arrested. hel
- about two months ago and, carried1
s Manning, S. C.. charged with elopir
i with Flood's wife. The woman w:
- also arrested, and both returned
,In the trial there the man and w
i man were released, and a reconciliati(
a was effected all around. Soon afte
-ward, Mrs. Flood persuaded her hb
band to come to Valdosta, which si
represented as being a good town fi
Shis line;of business-that of carpenter
Strade. Food made the move and
s did Frierson. Both secured emplc
t- ment on the building which is beiu
d erected by the Henderson-Cranfo
' According to Mrs. Flood's stor
n Frierson intended to return to Sou
e arina Saturday afternoon,.but Flo
a persuaded him not to go until Sund
m orning, as he would lose his time
gs oing Saturday. After leaving th4
work the two men became intoxicat
and went to Flood's house, .where th
had a frolic, Frierson picking t
banjo and Flood dancing..
5. Later in the evening, they got in
*n row, Frierson drew his revolver a
napped it at Flood three times. T
g oman and little boy, according
heir story, ran between the men a
-- tried to seoarate them. The boy 'a
slapped ouit. qf the door and the wom:
.,, according to what she says, wvas caug
ee in the door and hurt so badly that
il When she came to her senses, t
mn bloody work had been accomplish<
d- The little boy says that he saw Fri
n- son strike hi's father with the pist
o- and also sa w the blood spurt from 1
re ound. He heard his father
x- Frierson that he would put him (Fri
son) in the chaingang for that,
is heard Frieirson reply:
2d No,' you won't for i'll finsh
IThen he saw Frierson grab the:
nd knock the wounded man dos
and struck him a second blow as
ur tried to rise. Then he saw Frier
strike him again on the back,
then another blow on the head. I
lad told his mother that Frierson I
killed his father.
at- The woman says-that Frierson ti
of threatened to "clean out the balanc'
t. t.ht e house," and wouldn't let her g
;V. the alarm neither would he let
Ic- boy go for a doctor for the dying ii
21s Mrs. Flood says that she thought t
all Frierson's blows were intlicted wit
-as stick of wood. An examination by
,ye officers showed no blood on the WC2
ise though the axe had blood upon it.
ily There as a bloody imprint upon
ng side of the door where Flood grab
srs at the door as he rushed througi
;on after Frierson had hit him the
ars blow with the pistol.
to It is understood that Frierson stt
be- in Savannah that Flood was after
tly with a razor. Mdrs. Flood said so
iit.'aatfirst though she told a Times
porter at the jail that she did not si
in rz')r during the fight. She also sll
in- of her husband in terms of endearmi
-in thug his agi. death did not sh
her sufficiently to bring tears to her
'Mrs. Flood sid that I-rierson left the
house and soon returned with his
brother-in-law. Mr. lodge, and Levi
Hodge. Hodgde's son, and while they
were -,t her house she started to send
for the doctor. but Frierson motioned ]
to her that he wc;iaic kill her if she did.
She states this in explanation of why
she did not give the alarm sooner. She
also says her little boy went to Ham's
stable and telephoned for a doctor as
soon .s Frierson left, but could not get.
Sheriff Passmore was informed of
the trouble by a negro woman in that
neighborhood. who said she knew
something dreadful had happened -.t
the Flood house. Mrs. Flood denied
that anything had happened, though
the little boy spoke up and said:
"_Now. mamma, tell the truth: you
know uncle (that being the name he
called his step-father) was killed lIt
Sheriff ass.more went into the house
from the rear and found the bloodstains
in the back hall and on the back porch.
Going ipto the house he found the dead
man upon a single bed. with his head
crushed and the blood running from
the wound through the floor to the
Frierson was brought to Valdosta last
night by Deputy Sheriff McClellan, of
Ware county. His statement is that
Flood slapped his step-son over Satur
day night and fhat be took the boy's
part. Flood started at him with a
razor and he struck him with a billet
of wood tso times.
He says that when he left the house
Mrs. Flood followed him and told him
that Flood was hurt. pretty badly and
that if he did not leave all would be
arrested. Mrs. Flood told The Times
reorter yesterday that all expected
to return to South Carolina Monday
morning any way.- -Valdosta(Ga.)Times,
February 21, 1905.
Like Finding Money.
Finding health is like finding money.
so think those who are sick. When you
have a cough, cold, sore throat, or
chest irritation, better, act promptly
like W. C. Barber, of Sandy Level, V a.
He says: I had a terrible chest trouble
caused by smoke and cold dust on my
lungs: but after finding no relief in
other remedies. I was cured by Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consump
tion. coughs. and colds." Greatest sale
of any cough or lung medicine in the
world. At The R. B. Loryea Drug
Store: 50c and $1.00: guaranteed. Trial
The Connor Mounted Rifles will as
semble at Paxville Friday morning at
10 o'clock, for the purpose of electing
officers and devising what shall be done
with the appropriation. A.full atten
dance is desired. J. D.'HoYLE.
The Murray's Horehound, Mullein
and Tar and stop coughing. 25c. for
large bottle. Your druggist or Mur
ray Drug Co., Columbia, S. C.
Mrs. Disraeli's Economy.
Of the rigid economy practiced by
Mrs. Disraeli there is one very good
story told: Mrs. Disraeli and her hus
band had come down from London to
spend the Eastpr vacation at Hughen
den and. had called on the various
tradesmen at Wycombe to order the
groceries and other'requiremenlts for
their ten days' or fortnight's stay. It
so happened that their sojourn was
rather. abruptly shortened, and Mrs.
Disraeli was seen calling at the gro
cers and other purveyors, taking out of
the carriage the nonconsumled wares
Sand asking the shopkeepers to receive
them back and have them reweighed
and so to make a reduction in their ac
1 The great statesman, with folded
- arms, was leaning back in the carriage
I perfectly nonchalant, but evidently de
r sirous to have no share in the frugal
I transaction. Such rigid economy was
no longer required after the old lad3
who so amired his books died and left1
r him her entire fortune, amounting te
over E40,000.-London Tit-Bits.
- A Destructive Fire.
sTo draw the fire out of a -burn, or
Sheal a cut without leaving a scar, usi
d DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. A spe
cific for piles. Get the genuine. -J. L
e Tucker, editor of the Earmonizer. Cen
tt tre, Ala., writes: "I have used De
t Witt's Witch Hazel Salve in my famil;
tt for Piles, cuts and burns. It is th<
-- best salve on the market. Every fami
e ly should keep it on hand. Sold b
*e The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
LOld Time Naval MethoOas.
o Fancy sending a gunboat to the Chi
na seas without a surgeon on board
'~But such things used to happen. Tb
r-admiralty provided a well stocked med
~.icine chest. But the captain knet
tenothing of medicine, so he had all th
> medicine bottles empted into a big tu
s' and then assembled the company- "A
0o the stuff is there," said he, "and if an:
one goes sick he shall have a dose
the mixture, for there's bound to b
dsomething in it that will suit you!"
)dNo Gloss Carriage Paint Made
,~will wear as long as Uevoe's. No othea
i are as heavy bodied. because Devo
d weigh 3 to 8 ounces more to the pir
ev Sold by the Manning Hardware Co.
a Duplicates. .
ad Smythe -- Remember when Chati
he was married last year how he kicki
t about the duplicate wedding presenti
ad Browne-Yes. Smythe--Well, that so
asof luck seems to follow him. He had
1jsomewhat similar complaint yesterda
he Browne-What was it? Smythe-D
eplicate birthday presents. 'That is
he say, twins.
rAttached By a Mob
he and beaten in a labor riot until cover
eli with sores, a Chicago street car cc
er ductor applied Bucklen's Arnica Sah
e-and was soon sound and well. "-I use
,d in my family," writes G. J. Welch.
. Tekonsha, Mich., -'and tind it perfect
ouSimply great for cuts and burns. Or
xe25c at'The R. B. Lorrea Drug Store,
on n Lockjaw.
nd Tetanus, or, as it is popularly calli
.he lockjaw, from one of its most distre
ading characteristics, is a very formi4
ten ble disease of the nervous system.]
of colaer in 1854 and Kitasato in lf
iv have proved it to be an infective 4
the ease produced by the inoculation
an. the drumstick bacillus. As its favor
bat haunt is the earth, the disease is mn
the frequently induced in wounds wh!
the have been contaminated by soil. It
marked by involuntary, persistent
the painful contractions ocf an extens
aed group of muscles and usually beg
its with those of the neck. the jaws
rsthe throat, the patient having a peC
iar fixed smile, "the sardonic gri
tdjThese g~erms are found to multiply
rncally in the parts affected, but not
any other part of the body or blood.
oke I For Coughs--Murray's Hlorehou
. n I uenan a.2cfo ag o
Old Presbyterian church building.
7or particulars apply to W. S. Hzarvin.
:hairman, b'ld'g com.
If it is bilious attack take Chamber
ain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and
t quick cure is certain. For sale by
Ihe R. B. Lorysa Drug Store,-Isaac M.
Caller-What makes you say sister is
fond of me, Bobby? Bobby-Sister!
New Orleans Times-Democrat.
A man who cannot explain his ideas
Is usually the dupe of his imagination
in thinking he has any.-Bulwer.
Pleasant and Harmless.
Don't drug the stomach to cure a
coagh. One Minute Cough Cure cuts
the mucus, draws the inflammation out i
of the throat. Inngs and bronchial
tubes. heals. sooths and cures. A quick
cure for Croup and Whooping Cough.
Sold by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Gilding Without Gold.
One more proof that all is not gold
that glitters is found in the fact that
much of the gold lettering seen on
signs, and also much of the gilding of
picture frames, has no gold whatever
about it. Among laymen the opinion
prevails that all such decoration re
quires the actual use of gold leaf, but
the reality is different, and a substitute
that defies detection has been widely
used for some time. The exact effect
of gold is secured by using a leaf of
either silver or aluminium under yel
low paint. The metal backing gives
the required luster, and the paint gives
the required color. This method can
not be used in all cases, because the
paint is of peculiar quality and re
quires putting on with an even thick
ness. For this reason it is generally
applicable only to flat surfaces. Parts
of a gilded picture frame which are
molded into waving surfaces generally
require genuine golf leaf to cover them.
Got Off Cheap.
He may well think he has got off
cheop, who after having contracted
constipation or indigestion is able to
erfectly restore his health. Nothing
^will do this but Dr. King's New Life
Pills. A quick, pleasant and certain
cure for headache, ,onstipation, etc.
25 c at The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Woes of Wealth.
"Wealth has its penalties," said the
"Yes," answered Mr. Cumrox. "It's
pretty hard for a man to have to go
guessing through a French menu when
he we dd ratherhave pork and beans."
The Furniture Man. Levi Block. [tf
300 pairs Shoes to fit all your family
at less than half price. J. W. McLeod
S. I. Till, Mg'r.
Two (2) Druggists at The Prescrip
tion Drug Store, Capera & Co., Prop's
If you are not able to buy a Hat ge1
one for nothing at J. W. McIeod's, S
L Till, Mg'r.
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. i
Ladies Hats at half price. J. W
McLeod, S. I. Till, Mg'r.
Plant Wood's tested and~ true Whea
Seed. The R. B. Loryen. Drug Store
We buy to sell at a cut price. .T. W
McLeod,~S. L. Till, Mg'r.
Perfection Lamp Stoves, Smokeless
Odorless, sold at Manning Hardwari
Embroideries, Embroideries, Laces
Laces, just come and see. J1. W. Mc
Leod, S. I. Till, Mg'r.
Wanted-All parties coming to tow
with horses and mules, to hitch and fee
at Youmans & Griffin's Hitch and Fee
Stable, at R. L. Bell's old stand. [t
All the new things in fancy Belti
Collars, Hosiery and Underwear con
ing in every day. J1. W. McLeod. 6
- . Till, Mg'r.
For Rent-J. D. Alsbrook has a nee
five room cottage and one horse fan
Sone and a half miles from the grade
school, he would like to rent to a sut
ble tenant. Also a cottage in town fC
Don't send all the way to New Yor
-for "Old Folks Bibles" but get t4
same book from J. W. McLeod at
examine it before you buy it. S.
Taken up on February 27th, one m
'~dium-sized horse mule about five yea
e old; dark brown color, with light col<
- under flanks and mouth. Owner ci
get same by apolying to the unde
signed a::d paying cost.
J. B. LOGAN,
Silver, S. C., near Calvary church.
STATE OF SOUTH OAROUIN
County of Clarendon,
By James M. Windham, Esq., Jud;
WHEREAS1 Martha J.Wh'eeler mal
G H suit to me, to grant her Lerte
et of Administration, with the will a
a nexed, of the Estate of and effet
y. of Margaret E. Wheeler.
These are therefore to -eite and a
tomonish all and singular the kindr
tand creditors of the said Margar
E. Wheeler, deceased, that they
and appear before me,in the Court
Probate, to be held at Manning<
ed the 16th day of March next aft
n publication thereof, at 11 o'clock
'ethe forenoon, to show cause, if a:
j~they have, why the said administi
oftion should not be granted.
G iven under my hand, this 241
Sday of February, A. D. 1905.
JAMES M. WINDHAM,
rSEALi.] Judge of Probate
STATE OF SOUTH GAROUiN
Ia- County of Clarendon.
i- By James M. Windham, Esq., Jul
f WH EREAS, Emma. E. Barrow mi
ie H suit to me, to grant her Lett
ast of Administration of the estate
ich effects of J. T. Barrow.
.These are therefore to cite and
' monish all and singular the kind
nd and creditors of the said J. T. E
Lye row, deceased, that they be and
inspear before me, in the Court of 1
.nd bate to be held at Manning, S. C..
:ul- the 1th day .f March next at
n" publication thereof, at 11 o'clock
10- the forenoon, to show cause, if
i they have, why the said adminisi
tion should not be granted.
Given under my hand, this 2
day of February, A. D. 1905.
nd JAMES M. WINDHAM,
i.(SEAL.] Judge of Probati
RHAMES DRUG STORE has just received a
lot of four-row TOOTH BRUSHES, made by C. B.
Kent & Sons of London, England. Those "Impe
rial quality- tooth brushes will be sold at 25c.
T R Y O N E.
Buy from RHAME'S DRUG- STORE now seven
(7) cakes of Fairy Soap for 25c cash, and a whole
lot of other nice soaps at reduced prices. The
wrappers may be a little soiled but the soap, of
WAcourse, is as g(,ood as ever.
Crepe Paper P 5 o.
For decorating mantels and tables. A great
many colors-all 5 feet long.
RHAME'S DRUG STORE.
Violet Ammonia, loc. I
Softens the water and imparts a delicate fra
grance. Add it to your bath when you are nerv
ous and tired and see how it refreshes you. Made
for dainty people.
Rhame's Drug Store,
SUMIMERTON, S. C.
On March the 4th President Roosevelt will be in
gurated and so (vill we start our spring campaign of sell
ing spring Shoes, froin the Crossett line for Men and the
eQueen Quality line for Ladies, and both these lines are
le the prettiest that we have ever shown. .s
s Ehe new Russia Tans and Ribbon Ties mn both the
a-Ladies' and Gentlemen's are the work of skilled shoe
ts 3 manufacturers.
3. Let us insist that you come early and be fitted before
dthe sizes are broken.
2 Important Notice.
From March 1 till about 15 our buyer will be on the
-a-1 great Northern markets. with the cash, scooping the best
h things to be had in
iDRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS,
NOTIONS & MILLINERY.
Now these goods will be reaching us daily and we
cor dially invite your careful inspection.
e -Our new milliner will be here on the 15th of March
and we want our lady customers to come in, get ac
de quainted with her, and by all means let her show you our
ers new millinery stock.
d We are making big preparations for spring and want
more of your trade.
d IWith sincere thanks for the past favors during the
r -season just closing, and wishing to hav'e your future corn
ny - mUTUAL DRY GODS COMPANY
-:h T HE F A SHION C ENT RE.
Your Interest Our Interest.
We shall carry the largest line of Merchandise in all
a lines for spring and summer that we have ever handled
C before. It will be to your interest to visit us before buy- ~
ing. - We are in a position to make it to your interest to -
confer with us. If it is not convenient for you to always
a- comein person we shall look after your wants.
E Es-pecially to the Ladies,
We woule like to say that we have bought, we are
buying and we will buy the largest and best selected as
sortment of Dress Goods, Dress Trimmings, Ladies' Neck
C wear, Ladies' Belts, Laces, Embroidery, Hosiery, Under
wear, etc. Fact is we can meet every demand in this line
C for spring and summer.
JUST RECEIVED a large assortment of Spring
Ginghams, Madras and Chambray in dainty stripes-and -
Also some very pretty things in White Waist Goods, -
Persian Lawns India Linons, Dimities, etc. We are of
fering some exceptional bargains in English Long Cloth,
Lonsdagle Cambric, Androscoggin and Fruit of the Loom
To the Cents.
All men like to be well dressed and wear good
al clothes. Buy of us we guarantee you satisfaction in
C Style, Fit and Durability. To be well dressed, wear
clothes made by SCHLOSS BROS.-the kind we sell.
On the 6th and 7th of March
we will have with us Schloss Bros'. Fitter and Cutter,
Mr. Kempfling; he will be glad to show you tbrough his
line of Spring Suitings, which will be on display at our
l store on the above named dates. It will be to your inter
est to call and see him and have him take your measure
~ for that Spring Suit. -I
Don't forget the date, March 6th and :7th. Watch our
window for display of Patterns.
Where Do You Buy Your Groceries
If you are not buying from us, give us a trial order.
We deliver promptly and sell Groceries that please, both
in price and quality.
When you have a want call or send to
Yours truly, -
J. H. RGIBY
+ ~Flurniture, on - easy terms. Y
~buy it from "The Pamnsto suit
SFurniture Man,": you. Come see.
I and .
__ If you will have to buy Blankets and Comforts
Swithin the next twelve months, this is an-excep
* tion opportunity for you. You have never be
S fore been offered such extreme bai-gains. We
mean to clear out every Blanket and Comfort in
These Special Prices On.ly for
~ Ithe Next TENTDATS.
Full 10-lb. Comforts.-.- 97*
Others of superior quality
8-4 Blankets, all colors. 5* pa.
10-4 .Blankets, veryQn
heavy--.---.. ....... e pair.
Better qualities, price $8 25 jr
tow, ip to--.---. ar
fNEW, ATTRACTIVE FURNITURE.
S We have just received a new shipment of Sideboards,~
Ciffoniers and complete Bedroom Suits. These are su
perb designs of the newest ideas of useful Furniture.
Sfinishes. They are the best values for the money you
Sj can find in the State. Glad to show them to you now be
fore the line is too much picked over. They are beautiful.
~~ 150 Dining Chairs- 7 c
Special at....---. - --
We offer for a very short time a lot of fine, strongly
made Dining Chairs. These are not the ordinary rickety
S sort, but real fine chairs--solid oak. Cane or leather bot
toms, high bent backs, trimmed legs. A pleasure to sit
SI in. Comfort in every-graceful turn. You-ll enjoy your
meals more. A real bargain at $1.50. We bought them
much under value and will sell now at 7 c
Special price of...---------------- -----
We Sell on Easy Payments.
SS. L KRASNOFF, a
THE FURNITURE MAN,
FUJRNiTURE AND UNDERTAKjING,
Manning, S. C.