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MA'NNING. 52S. MIARCH 28. 1906.
i>ublishes 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 to
insure publication the following week.
W. E. Jenkinson Co.'s Millinery Opening.
Thursday and Friday, April 11:aUd 12.
Ladies, you are specially invited to
attend this grand display of Pattern
Hats and Millinery Goods. We will also
have on display a splendid and well
selected line of New Spring Dress
Goods and Embroideries and Wash
Gentlemen, we will also show a large
and well selected line of Spring Cloth
ing from the best makers of the coun
try: also a splendid line of Gent's and
Childrens' New Straw Hats, and a full
line of Gent's Furnishing Goods.
Remember the days and don't fail to
attend, as we will have something to
interest you. - Wednesday and Thurs
day, April 11 and 12.
W. E. JENKINSON. Co.
Everything is Bazaar crazy.
Its open now in full blast, what'? The
Mrs. Ferd Levi'of Sumter is here for
The new Presbyterian church will
soon be completed.
Even the weather is playing into t-he
hands of the bazaar.
Mr. H. B. Tindal of Greenville was
in Manning yesterday.
J. Gordon Belser. Esq., of Columbia
spent yesterday in Manning.
Miss Estelle Connor of Greeleyville
is visiting Miss Gussie Appelt.
The great baby show comes off next
Friday afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock.
From 4 to 6 o'clock the babies will be
th'e centre of attraction at the Bazaar
Mr Stephen Thomas of Charleston
is here-visiting his daughter, Mrs. W.
They say it comes off in June. and if
it is true, then "Salley put the kettle
on, and we'll take tea."
The store fronts of J. L. McLeod and
The Mutual have been greatly improv
ed by several coats of paint.
E. C. Haynesworth, Esq., of the Sum
ter bar was here yesterday on business
with the county board of equalization.
Equalization boara met yesterday
received comnlaints about the raise in
valuations, and reduced in a number of
Harmony Presbytery meets next
Tuesday at Wedge'.ield. Mr. C. R.
Harvin, Sr., will represent' the Man
Mr. and Mrs. John Bates of Richland
are here doing, or being done-up by
the bazaar, also visiting the family of
Mr. C. K. Harvin.
Rev. A. N. Brunson of Manning will
lecture to Bethlehem Sunday school on
Temperance next Sunday afternoon at
4 o'clock. Public cordially invited.
There will be preparatory services
for Communion on Sabbath, held in the
Institute Hall next Saturday at 11.30
A. M. Preaching by Rev. R. L. Grier
Two, tickets have been shown to us
as a suggestion for the municipal elec
tion. They both have the same mayor,
but differ some as to to the personnel
of the Aldermen.
Rev~ S. A. Nettles of Spartanburg'
was here yesterday. Mr Nettles seems
very confident of the Southern, Chris
tian Advocate's success, and the read
ers of that paper are delighted with
its great improvement.
''In the spring time you renovate your
house. Why not your body? Hollis
ter's Rocky Mountain Tea drives out
impurities, cleanses and enriches the
blood and purifies the' entire system.
35 cents. Dr. W. E. Brown & Co..
Rev. Jas. McDowell will be installed
pastor of Midway 'church Saturday
morning. Preaching on Friday morn
ing and afternoon, Saturday afternoon,
and Sabbath morning.' Rev. W. J.Mc
Kay and Rev. J. M. Holladay are on
the committee to install Mr McDowell.
Frank Willlams, colored, was shot
last Saturday night from the effects of
-which he died Sunday -night. There
is some mystery about this shooting, as
. itis not known who did it. Several
negroes have been arrested but the
evidence against them is not at all
The best safeguard against headache
constipation and liver troubles is De
Witt's Little Early Risers. Keep a vial
of these famous little pills in the house
and take a dose at bed time when you
feel that the stomach and bowels need
cleansing. They don't gripe. Sold by
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
A very deplorable shooting occured
in Sumter last Friday afternoon in
which the well known architect Mr.
D. G. Zeigler, was badly wounded.
Eugene Hogan. Jr., formerly in the
employ of Mr. Zeigler did the shooting.
The wounded man is a brother-in-law
of Mr. A. 0. Antly of this town.
The Bazaar Bulletin has- been issued,
and distributed throughout the county.
It contains an article from the pen of
3. H. Lesesne, Esq., which is of great
value, and should 'be read by every
scliool child in the county. The arti
cle should not only be read by the
children, but it should be preserved
for its historic value.
Read J. L. McLeod's half page ad. in
this issfe, and be sure to visit his
store, you will see a marked enlarg
ment to accommodate his immense
stock and there's a vast improvement
throughout. Attend his millinery open
ing. Miss Purvis is anxious to display
her skill and invites a critical inspec
tion of a most beautiful line of bats.
If the business men of this town will
pull together as well as the ladie have1
for the bazaar. Manning would soon be
able to have something tangible to jus
tify the prices asked for real estate.
The greatest drawback to the progress
of Manning is the selfish spirit of not
wishing to act upon the suggestiun of
another, and the trembling manner in
which the hand goes down into the
pocket. Every fellow waits to see what
his neighbor will do. in the hope that
the neighbors will do it. and give him
a free ride in the progressive car, and
the consequence is, the car rushes by,
only to wake our people up to realize
that the car has stopped at another sta
tion where the people bought their
tickets early and were ready to get on
board at the blow of the whistle of en
The drug business of The 1. -3. Lor
yea drug store. which has for many
years eujoyed an excellent reputation
-has been sold to 31essrs. W. G. King
and Dr. .. F. Avrant. Mr. I. M. Lor
yea, the recent proprietor of this busi
ness has bme;j in failing health for the
past. year. and1 has decided to retire.He
turns over to his saceessors an est-ab
lished business. with a good stock of
goods. and it is now up to them to keep
it up to the standard of exeellence
which made it a housebold word in the
Dr. J. E. Arant is a pharmacist who
has lived here before, and we feel sat
isfied he will give che public a compe
'ent and accommodating service. Mr.
C. King who is D1'r. Arant's partner
will not have any active counleution
with the business. but he will use his
financeering ability to make the con
cern a success.
He proposes to make the R. B. Lor
yea Drug Store first class in every par
ticular. and if keeping everything in
the drug store line. with a polite and
comnetent service will accomplish suc
cess, it is already assured.
The railroad authorities have sent
material fdr the enlarging of the
depot. We had hoped they would
have seen it to the town's interests to
erect a decent depot, and passenger
station, but from what we can learn,
they only propose to enlarge the pres
ent structure. It will always be thus,
until the business interests absorb some
get-up, and get to pulling together for
additional railroad facilities. We can
have another road into this town by
simply putting our feet under the table
with the Alderman's of Alcolu. and
giving them apractical assurance of a
money support if they will come here.
Just let the Alcolu railroad blow one of
its locomotive engines in the town of
Manning, and the A. C. L. will sit up
and listen. That company will realize,
something in the consideration line for
these people is due. and they will not
let us go lacking for decent stations,
good schedules, and just rates.
The Alcolu railroad is heading in
the direction we are anxious to reach,
and if our business men will just
arouse themselves. do away with little
selfishness, come together with a deter
mined effort,this town will be unbottled
within one year.
Three little rules we all should keep.
To make life happy and bright,
Smile in the morning, smile at noon.
Take Rocky Mountain Tea at night.
Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.
Resting Under the Shade of the Trees.
Mr. W. C. Chandler was stricken
with paralysis at his home on Harby
avenue about 8 o'clock this morning
and died two hours later. He noticed
the first symptoms of the seizure while
walking in his garden. Making his
way into the house he seated himself
in a chair and told members of his fam
il that he was feeling extremely un
well. A moment or two later he fell
from the chair. He was unconscious
from the time until death ensued.
Mr. Chandler has been in failing
health for several months apd this par
alytic stroke was brought ohy Bright's
disease, the malady from which he was
Mr. Chandler, who was a native of
Sumter, was, in his 46th, year. He
leaves a wife and large family, two
brothers, Messrs. J. M. and S. R.
Chandler, and many friends to mourn
his death. He was a substantial citizen,
a sincere Christian and upright man,
whose removal by death in his prime is
a loss to the community.-Sumter Item
W. C. Chandler lived in Manning a
number of years. He was a steward in
the Methodist church,was a member of
our town council, and was look-ed upon
as one of our most progressive citzens.
He was highly esteemed for his manli
ness, and piety, and when he moved
away, it was with the regret of our
Mr. Joseph Sprott, a very close
friend to the deceased, and others at
tended the funeral in Sumter Sunday.
Honor Roll for February of Moses Levi Mem
First grade: Scott Bagnal, Emily
Geiger, Netta Levi,Mol'gan Sauls,New
Second grade: Ettalene Duke,Celeste
Ervin, Aileen Fladger, Maggie Gra
ham, Alice Wilson.
Fourth grade: George~ Trescott, Ma
Fifth grade: Nellie Hodge, Alice
Wilson, Helen Boger.
Seventh grade: Virginia Wilson,Jen
Eighth grade: Grady Bowman, Tay
Ninth grade: Beulah Wilson, Annie
Dollard, Emmie. Johnson, Bessie Har
Tenth grade: Ruth TLouchberry, Ma
bel Trescot, Lillian Tisdale. Perry Jay
| HE abo'e picture of e
man atnd fish is the trade
mark of Scott's Emulsion,
and is thle-synonyml for
strength and purty. It is sold
in almost all tile civilized coun
tries of the globe.
If the cod fish. beegme extinct
it wolid be a w'or1 ' aiant
ity, because the oit . omes
from its. liver surpasses othef
fats in nourishing and life-firing
properties. Thirty~yeare ago
the proprietors of Sioft' Emul
sion found a way of preparing
cod liver oiso that everyone can
take it and get the full value of
the oil without the objectionable
taste. Scott's Emulsion is the
.best thing in the world for weak,
backward children, thin, delicate
people, and all conditions of
wasting and lost strength.
Send for free sample.
SCOTT & BOWNE, CHErISTS
4o9-41 PEAnrL STRT, N~w YORE
A Brilliant Social Event-It is an Exposi
tion-The Women Wrought and Executed
Well Their Part.
Ths much discussed and n';; hJOp1Cd
for event is here. The dream of many
is at last fulfilled. The bazaar, the so
cial event of the season, and from
which much in a financial way is ex
pected, is in full blast. The women de
vised it, and the women are ruuning it.
Have thev done wellY Come and see
what they did in transforming the Peo
ples Tobacco warehouse from a cob
webbed betaken rookery into a bower
of lovliness. It took toil and patience
to accomplish this, but it was done, and
the women did it. The skill displayed
in the decorations alone is worth a visit
to the bazaar. and there is no use to
gainsay it the ladies of Manning cer
tainly 'did themselves proud in their
noble efforts for a cause that is to be
everlasting. The bazaar opened last
night. and is now in full blast, and a
weleome awaits those who visit it.
The merchants, have all around the
immense floor space, booths to adver
tise their goods and wares, and some
of these booths are indeed very elab
orately and skillfully arranged. The
house is lighted with many incadescent
lights and several arc and Kit
son lights, presenting a most
brilliant spectacle, and this, min
gled with the green makcs a most en
The sales booths where the many do
nations all put on for sale are presided
over by ladies whose never lagging in
erest in the cause is an incentive to
induce patronage. The various de
partments are divided into separate
booths and compartments. Flower
booth decorated in gre'n and flowers,
and ladies in appropriate costumes
preside. Besides there is a cabbage
patch where prizes are offered.
The children are in ecstacies over
the Doll Booth. where beautifully
dressed (olls are for sale,and its "Mama
buy me this one" all the time.
Tihe Candy Booth, decorated in red
and white, where, all kinds of tooth
sweets are sold. Home made candies
specialty and there is also lots of
french mixtures and fruits.
The Fancy work Booth, decorated in
pink. Here is the mecca for the ladies.
If a woman ever gets lost first hunt her
about a fancy-work table and she will
how uin. At this booth, there is beau
tiful eedle and fancy work. some of
which is indeed works of art, many or
ticles were contributed by friends from
broad, and some real magnificent
work was done -here at home and some
too, by boys. The work of these boys
Decorated in blue is the booth where
hankerchiefs. kimonas and aprons are
displayed, and here also is a great ren
dezvous for the lady folk. Do they buy?
No. they make their husbands do that.
he Japanese lanterns, parasols, etc.,
is the booth served by beautiful Jap
mnese ladies, where drinks are served
ind where much pleasure is obtained.
Then there is a general merchandise
booth, where sewing machines, cook
;toes, clothing, shoes, lap robes, har
ness, bale of cotton, buggies, and a
hundred or more things are displayed.
The grocery, decorated in the colors
>f the nation and oat straw, contains a
magnificent display of canned goods
and all kinds of fancy table groceries.
We cannot undertake in this article
o give a full account of this affair, re
erving our force for a full and complete
tory "after the ball is over." Speak
ng of the ball reminds us that there is
i nice orchestra lending much to the
ttractiveness of the occasion.
Everybody should visit the bazaar,
and before it closes next Friday night
e feel sure it will be voted the great
st event that has ever taken place in
The baby show, which promises to
e of exciting interest comes off Fri
ay afternoon from 4 to6o'clock. There
will be the finest lot of "tots" that ever
~ooed at the sight of a red striped stick
f candy, and every son or daughter of
them will be heroes and heroines. Do
not fail to see this batby show.
The crowd last night was imfnense,
od everybody was disposed to make
his a gala occasion. The game booths
did a land office business, and business
rom start to finish was good. The ba
aar, is indeed an exposition, equalled,
if not better than many of the depart
ents at the Charleston, Atlanta, and
ashville expositions. This is no over
~tateent. come in and see it.
The performance given by the young
ladies, last Thursday evening was a
uge success in every way. It put into
the Library Fund treasury $136.35, and
the large audience enjoyed every mo
nt of the two hours entertainment.
When we say the performance was far
>eyon~expections we are not throwing
ny undeserved bouquets. The cur
tain rose, gna the opening number was
atamborine drill by school girls in uni
form. Their movements were grace
ful and in rhymthic measure to the
piano music performed by Miss Ida
Bradhami. This number occupied about
thirty minutes, land there was not a
single false sten or discord.
The next niumber was an Indian
Club Drill, by a company of students,
two being young men. The company
was directed by Professor Daniel. It
was indeed an 'excellent exhibition of
calisthenics. Evexg; movement was
made with arcson*nd grace, and
some of the inarchitistheels, were as
perfect as the best disciplined soldiei-s.
These two opening nutubers were re
eived with applause,:a nd high comn
mendation, and it wasinerited.
When thie curtain rose again, instead
of a pretty bevy of girls beautifully
uniformed, there was upon the stage
in a semi-circle~a ilock,drove, or bunch
of-the blackest.. clumsiest and ugliest
coons that ever donned a bandanna
-kerchief" or a calico frock: the blush
upon their chimne'v-back faces, would
have darkened thel:heavens. and put
the chickens to roost at midday. They
were black, but their color had no de
terent etfect upda. the songs, skits and
jabs. They kept theaudience in a rip
roar from beginning0 the end, and
when the cu taid:Kinti down, the audi
ene w.s loa etto leave.
The "gmeks" made upon almost
everbody~ in town were enjoyed hearti
l ad most of them were real good,
muh better than the average"cracks"
made by viiting minstrels: very few of
tfle younien escaped the humorous
darts ML~ise funmnakers, and too,there
was a studiied effort to reach the visi
bilities of t1-e audience, and it succeed
ed: especially did the minstrels set the
audience to roaring when a telegram
addressed, to the company was opened
and read as follows.
"Washington D. C.,March 22nd 1906.
The Ladies Minstrels.
- . 3lanning. S. C.
lThe mothers congress here, after an
exciting coritest and amid great en
thusiasm~ elected the following ofilcers:
Mrs. Abe Levi, president: Mrs Jno. 0.
Gough, vices president: Mrs. W. C.
Davis, secretary: Mrs. W. G. King,
Treasurer: Executive Comm ittee, Mrs.
1. M. Bradham and Mrs. Robert Jen
President Roosevelt, an ardeat anti
race suicide advocate, sends his con
gratulations ..to these distinguished
nothes. Washington Post "
Why even the Times editor and his
entire household was made a mark for
the witticisms of the un grafters, but
it did not "faze" him, nor did anything
else except the furbelows of the end
man who had the nerve to sing "Shame
Bears t. The Kind You Have Always Bought
The Mutual Sells It For Less.
Very wide Embroidery. Lawn and
Cambric 10c. a vd. at The Mutual.
Don't forget. The Mutual sell: it, for
If you buy it from The Mutual it is
We make prices to Suit the times.
3G inch fast. colored Percales 5c, a yd.
When you trade at The Mutual you
get it, for less.
Queen Quality Shoes spring styles at
Mens and Boys Clothing at cut prices
at The Mutual.
Have you seen the big- lot of laces
with insertings to match for 5c. a yd.
at The Mutual
100 Ladies Sample ready-to-wear
Hats at half price. Come and see them
at The Mutual.
Millinery. Ladies fine Dress Goods,
Laces. Embroidery and Queen Quality
Shoes for ladies at The Mutual.
Cotton Planters, Cotton Planters. we
have theio kure now, and we guaran
tee the1 to give perfect satisfaction
Prices close too. Legg & Hutchinson.
300 Mens Sample Straw Hats this
spring styles some as high as $2.50 and
$3.00 at half price nice clean goods.
This is a chance for you. The Mutual.
A carload of brand new 13uggies and
Surries; also a full stock of Harness,
Wagons, Extra Buggy Poles, Shafts,
and Wagon tr igues, Shafts, Bodies and
Spring Seats Legg & Hutchinson.
Never before in the history of Man
ning has there been such a display of
Millinery Goods as you will find in our
store. Sample ready-to-wear hats at
half price. The Mutual, S. i. Till,
We have for sale about fifteen hun
dred bushels of Corn and Oats: ten
thousand pounds of Rice Flour, Wheat
Bran, Ship Stuff, and Cracked Corn:
three cars of No. 1 Timothy Hay. Legg
Just come in a car of one hundred
and twenty five barrels good lime and
a large shipment CementPlasterParis,
and Hair Brick are scarce and hard to
get, better let us book your orders be
fore wanting to use them-Legg &
The first of April is coming the Man
ning Photograher is ready with his
grand free offer. An enlarged life size
pastel picture worth $3.98 will be given
away free to each customer, he is going
to*give away only two hundred, and
one hundred is already engaged,so take
advantage of the hundred left. Read
his advertisement in this paper.
Wanted-By Chicago wholesale and
mail order house, assistant manager
(man or woman) for this county and ad
joinig territory. Salary $20 and expen
ses paid weekly; expense money ad
vanced. Work pleasant; position. per
manent. No investment or experience
required. Spare time valuable. Write
at once for full particulars and enclose
Superintendent, 132 Lake St., Chicago,
WE THE FRIENDS OF C. L. JAMES
Clarendon County as a candidate for the office
f County Supervisor. Subject to the ruies of
he Democratic party. MAN FRIENDS.
I have secured the agency in
Manning for Dir. Blosser's Ca
tarrh Cure and will fill all
orders for parties desiring
It sells for S1 per box, or three boxes
. for $2.50.
Free samples mailed to catarrh suf
ferers on application to
II. R. B3OGER, Agent,
MANNING.. S. C.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Probate
for Clarendon County for letters of
discharge as Administrator, with the
Will annexed, of the Estate of Preston
Mashoe, deceased, on the 21st day of
Tindal, S. C., March 21, 1906.
BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS.
I have a tine strain of Barred Plymouth Rocks
and if you desire to improve your poultry you
will do' well to purchase a setting of cggs from
my pure-bred fowls.
Price per s.etting $1.
J. F. DICKSON.
Mouzon & Rigby,
Fancy Groceries, Fruits, Etc.
VEGETABLES IN SEASON.
HIllsst In Qiiol1a 1o268t in Prje.
Always on hand a fresh, clean line
of Staple and Faney Groceries, Can
ned Goods, etc. We supply others'
tables, why not yours?
Give us your orders for anything
in the Grocery line. We fill and de
liver all orders promptly.
We have recently ad'de'd to our line
Have you been to see the wonder
ful bargains on this countre for 10c.?
I5 yos haven't, come in now and let
us show you some of the greatest
bargains for 10 cents ever 1
Yours for businese
Mouzon & Ri~
R ringvonr Job Work to The Tim M
R EEN PEAS should be treated
with a fertilizer containing a
high percentage of POTASH, in order
to get the healthiest, fullest pods.
"Truck Farming" and "Plant Food"
are two practical books for the farmer,
which we mail free of any cost or ob
ligation to those who write for them.
They contain valuable facts about
truck-gardening as a profitable business.
Address, GERICAN LXALI WORKS.
New York-93 Nassau Street, or Atlanta, Ga.-22% So. Broad Stret.
i SFDEQCIA L..A
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FREE TO OUR CUSTOMERS.
For 30 days only, April lst to May 1st, I will give
away an Enlarged, Life size Picture, worth $3.98, free.
Don't fail to take advantage of this grand opportunity. It
is merely an honest offer, and a chance for you to get
a $3.98 Pastel of your baby or some member of your
family free. Remember, the enlarged picture cost you
I Give It Away Free g
with every half-dozen Cabinet Photos. I do this in order
to get in as much work as possible before I go to the Isle
Now friends, don't miss this opportunity. It is a
chance of a life time.
Yours for Good Work.
0. ~EEATY, .
TO THE TINES OFFICE.
~J. L. McLE3OD,
Successor to J. W. McLEOD,
TILL'S OLD STAIjD.
SLevi Block, - - - MAlfNlNG, S. C.
A few Heavy Wirter Goods that 3
we are still offering at cost, and must 3
be sold. If you want bargains, some- 3
thing good for the least amount of~
SCome to Our Store.
Our buyer has returned from the
Northern markets where he bought
a carefully selected Stock of
~SPRING GOODS R
We have blended beauty and qual- 3
ity to please the customer and are
going to make prices to suit the pock- 3
ets of all. Our stock is arriving on
every train, and what we want is to
get you in our store.
We have attentive salesmien -to
wrap your bundles,
SThe Goods Sell Themselves
One of the Cheaest Stores in the 2
State. Underbuy land Undersell for
Sthe cash. All the time busy.
SJ. L. McLEODI
GRAND SPRING OPINING
Pattern Hats, and
: Wednesday and Thursday.
.APR IL 11 and 12
4 We will also show the
i most complete line of-i
SILKS, REBuB.iSS GOODS An
ever shown in thi ton
in the spring of the yea.
we will also have on dis
play a -general line of
Shirts, Collars and Cuffs,
Neckwear, and Gent's
Furnishing Goods. Now
remember the days and"s
dates, Wednesday and 3
APRIL II AND 2 190
IW.E. Jenkinson Co.s
LOOK ON T HIS!
The Dukes Lots Now Ready for Sale
This area covers a space of about 16 acres, laid off in streets and lots,
right in the heart of the town. Convenient to churches, school, depot, and busi
ess section. Can please you in a lot facing most any way. This is the. chance
you have been waiting for; donit wait longer. There is a tide in the affairs of
T HEN ON T HIS:
A new lot of lots up on Sunrise Terrace. We will show you where the
are. Of course, you find it hard to meet up with the- progress of t'he town
These lots will go--step right up and take your e oice.
T HEN ON THIS:
A fine two-story residence, 8 rooms, well supplied with piazzas, plenty of
shade and outhouses; about 3 acres in the lot. A splendid building lot on each
side of dwelling can be sold.
AND ON THIS:
Two and a half acres on Main Street', suitable for anything, u pcal
adopted for nice resid'ences. We are going to sell this to the. first mnwowl
to buy a nice farm of 150 acres. near this town. If you have one that you
will sell, let us have it. We would like to get more farnung lands listed, m
:uiries are coming in and we want to do business for our friends.
to get in touch with those who will have property to-selI. Thereasgomn
to be some business done this year if cotton sells for 15 cents, and some if i -
sells for 5 cents. Yours truly,
SUMMRTON REAL ESTATE AGENCY,
Summnertonl S. C.
You will find us still in the .James Building from 9 to 12, a. mn., every day
OPENING DAYS IN SPRING MILLNERY
We announce the formal "First view" Days in Spring Mil
linery for Wednesday and Thursday,
No Lady ever come to one of our Millinery Openings, with
out being glad of it. We promise you, the reader of this, if you
are a women, that you will find Hats here that will pay you for
coming, whatever the distance, even if you do no more than look
around the room and take notes of Hat effects for future use.
Our Milliner, Miss Jeanett, Mall-alian, of Baltimore, is with
us for this season. 'Our leadership in Millinery is perfectly well
recognized by hundreds of Ladies in Clarendon county. .We ex
pect youto judge by it and have it prepared accordingly. Our
is better than ever. *We ask your attendance and your judgment.
Don't forget the dates,'endnesda.y and Thursday,
APRIL 11 AND 12, 1906.
Yours for business,
D:HISCH MAN N,
NEXT TO POSTOFFICE, MANNING, S. C.
P. S.--We issue no cards, because we do not wish to miss
anyone. This store is a store for the people, you who read this