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EXhe i anning iaets.
MANNING, S. C., JULY 4. 1906.
Publishes All County and Town Of
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insure publication the following week.
SAVE YOUR MONEY
For W. E. Jenkinson Co.'s Great Collossal Red
Letter Sale Opening on Wednesday, July
u, and Continuing for 10 Days Only.
On Wednesday, July 11, we will
open one of the most important bar
gain-giving sales ever held in Man
It will be known as the Great Co
lossal Red Letter Sale.
Everything that pertains to sum
mer goods will be put on sale at cut
Save up your money and come to
the great sale.
Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing, Milli
nery, Notions, Furniture and Sewing
Machines will all go at astonishing
Look out for our hig ad. next week
telling of the great sale and great
W. E. JENKINSON CO.
Mr. Hyman Krasnoff left Monday
for New York.
Mr. Fred Morris of Pine Grove will
be with Clark's Warehouse this season.
Mr. and Mrs. Hughes of Copes are
visiting the family of Mr. H. D. Clark.
Mr. Henry B. Richardson, Jr., will
spend a couple of weeks at Chick
Mr. Clifford Lloyd and Miss Ger
trude are visiting relatives in Tim
Major H. B. Richardson of Pinewood
announces himself a candidate for the
Mr.: and Mrs. A. I. Barron, returned
home from their bridal tour last Mon
Let Clarendon send men to the leg
islature who know the county's needs
and will labor for the county's inter
The electric storm Sunday afternoon
was the severest we have seen in years,
and several persons received - electric
There will be preaching at Fellow
ship church next Sunday at 5 o'clock
p. m. by Rev. M. A. Connors. Public
The sheriff had only one sale to make
last Monday and that was the lot upon
which R. L. Bell's shop is located. It
The Beaty photograph teht on the
eQurt house square looks like it had
gone through a bombardment, since
last Sunday afternoon's storm.
Miss Gertrude Bradham had an "at
home" last Monday evening in honor
of the Misses Greer, her collage mases.
The occasion was highly enjoyed.
Beginning last Monday we have a
complete double daily mail service. .A
much needed accommodation that will
be appreciated by our business men.
Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar
combmnes the qualities necessary to re
lieveithe cough and purge the system
of cold. The Arant Co. Drug Store.
Married last Thursday afternoon by
Rev. A. N. Brunson at the Methodist
parsonage, Mr. W. P. Legg and Miss
Mottie Till. The couple left on the
evening train for Georgia and Tennes
see to vsit relatives.
Died in Sumter last Saturday night,
Mr. Arthur Hodge, of Aicolu, aged
about 50 years. The burial took place
Sunday afternoon, in the Hodge--Bar
yin buyn ground near Oakland. Rev.
J. M. Holdyconducted the service.
Died in Florence at the Infirmary
last Wednesday night, Miss Laura May
Rhamne, of Silver. The funeral took
place in the Florence Mouut Hope
cemetery Friday. Rev.' W. B. Oliver,
pastor First Baptist church, conducted
Place not too much faith in the pro
fessional politician, it is that class that
has tne country in its present unsatis
factory condition. What does a politi
cians record amount to, if he has been
put in position and did nothing but
draw his pay?
We are toldilabor is so scarce that
the Alcolu railroad has been offering
double price for cross ties, trees stand
ing on the road side, and cannot secure
the hands to cut them. It will be bet
*ter as soon as whortle berries and
-watermelons are done. Hire the Man
ning ball team.
We have been askedto name through
these columns three men who would
make good legislators. Of course we
think it improper for us to do so, as it
is not the province of a newspaper to
do those things which the people them
selves should do. Good, public-spirit
ed men are sadly needed.
Died last Monday night at the home
of Mr. R. C. Plowden near Jordan, Mr.
G. Whitfield Plowden aged 65 years.
The deceased was a bachelor, a con
federate veteran, was a member of the
'old Manning Guards, a part of the fa
mous Hampton Legion. The burial
took place in the Plowden family bur
ial ground in the Fork.
Died Monday morning about 6:3&
o'clock at her home in this town, Mrs.
Margaret M. White, wife of Mr. W.
R. White, aged about 73 years. The
deceased has been living in Manning
many years, in fact, one of the oldest
residents of our town. The burial took
place yesterday at Oak Grove church.
Lightning struck an out building on
Mr. R. H. Davis's place near town last
Sunday afternoon, and burned it down.
Mr. Davis was sitting on. the niazza,
saw the flash when it struck the house
and was himself charged with the elec
tricity. It was a close call for him, as
the distance from where he was sit
ting was but a few feet.
It does seem to us that with the vast
amount of money paid in taxes by the
people our roads and bridges should
not be suffering-foex a lack of funds.
Put our fiscal affairs upon a business
basis, with. business men to manage
and we will guarantee a better condi
tion for less taxes. It is up to the peo
ple to do this. The country is theirs,
and it behooves them to see after it.
Miss Ella Ottolingui of Charleston is
in Manning on a visit to the Misses
Ordiorne, and while here she proposes
to get up an entertainment for the ben
efit of the ball team. Miss Ottolingui
has had a great deal of exoerience in
such matters having had the conduct
of a number of entertainments in
Charleston which elicited high praise
from the press. This lady is a woman of
high culture and has many friends
throuhot the State.
The county executive committee has
extended an invitation to the candi
dates for the United States Senate to
come here on the 12,which is the regu
lar campaign day. and to which they
did not need a special invitation, but
the committee went farther and pro
posed to give these big candidates all
the time they require. If we mistake
not the candidates for Governor and
other State officers will seriou.sly ob
ject to such an arrangement, as it will
interfere greatly with their progrram.
If Tillman and Lumpkin are to be
turned loose "with the bridle off"
there will be very little time for the
other candidates who are as anxious
about their jobs as are these big lights.
We think :the invitation to Tillman
and Lumpkin should have been for an
other day, but be that as it may, Sena
tor Tillman has issued a statement with
regard the invitations and dates he has
accepted invitations to 'speak, and we
find he will speak at Aiken on the 11th,
and at Barnwell on the 12th.so it is clear
that he will not be in Manning on the
Manning's work in Orangeburg Wed
nesday was the worst ever, but the
boys could not help it, the team was in
a badly crippled condition, last Wed
nesday's game was a complete shut-out
for M.anning, and the boys liked never
to have gotton off from those Orange
buggers. Score 20 to 0.
At Camden, Darlington 7. Camden 5.
At Sumter, Georgetown 1. Sumter 6.
The Manning hospital crew hit the
town of Camden, and fell into the
bands of Gunter's giants. It was a for
gone conclusion and our boys had no
hove, some of the very best of a weak
team were carrying an arm in a sling.
Captain Davis went over to Camden
with a pocket full of "pink slips," an d
by the time he hit the grit he began
giving out his pretty literature as
though he was handing around tracts
to his Sunday school class. Thursday's
score was Camdent 12, Manning 2. At
Georgetown: Darlington 3. Georgetown
0. At Sumter Orangeburg 0. Sumter 1.
We are told thatOrangeburg's pitcher,
Bonno was treated badly in Sumter.
With the Manning team slightly
trengthened the second day with Cam
len, Mannine's record remained un
broken. Score Camden 13, Manning 4.
'he people of Manning were made to
feel good Friday evening by a telegram
which read: "Eleven innings played
between Camden and Manning; no runs
made, game called on account of dark
ness." but it was a. mistake,the clicker
zot Lnixed with Sumter and Orangburg.
At Georgetown,Darlington 3. George
own 2. At Sumter. Qrangeburg 0,
Manning up against it still withCam
len, but improving thank you. George
3rdiorne was in the box and it is said
he was never possessed with more fire.
Ee pitched a lovely game, and it was
3, couple of errors in the field which
lost Manning the game by a score of
I to 1. The four runs Camden made
was in the fatal seventh, Manning's
At Sumter: Orangeburg 1,Sumter 5.
At Georgetown: Darlington 1. George
The Manning boys had loaded for
bear, they were to play Georgetown,
wd provided themselves with four of
olumbia's star players, including the
famous Bob Wallace, a man, according
to Joe Wells "can throw a ball 264
ards and the Lord only knows how
nany feet." Wallace is a cracker
ack, and the other three are right
here with him, but as bad luck would
ave it Georgetown failed to arrive,
3.d our boys were disappointed. The
anager wired here saying they got
eft, and under the rules Manning
ould have claimed the game by a score
f 9 to 0, and also put Georgetown to
he bad with the forfeit money, but
danning is not built that way, and for
rave Georgetown for disappointing
hem, let them off with the for
eit, and agreed to play a double head
r to make up the loss of time. Manning
ould not hold the Columbia players
ver, three of them had to be in Char
eston yesterday, Wallace stayed over,
ut liable to be called away any mo
ent. A se-ib game was played on
he diamond for practice. Wallace was
alled away yesterday morning.
Owing to Georgetown not getting
ere Monday, a morning End afternoon
game was played. in the morning the'
score was Manning 3.- Georgetown
5. In the afternoon the score was Man
ing 4, Georgetown 7. The feature of
the afternoon game was a magnificent
:ouble made by John Odiorne unas
sisted and a very hard foul fly, running
atch by Campbell. The teams left
last evening- for Georgetown where
they play a double-header tomorrow.
Special Low Excursion Rates.
Cne and one-third fares to all points
South of Ohio and Potomac and East
of Mississippi Rivers including St.
Louis, via'Atlantic Coast Line. Tickets
on sale July 2nd, 3rd and 4th, final re
turn limit July 6. For further inform
~tion communicate with your nearest
ticket agent, or write W. J. Craig,
General Traffic Manager, Wilmington,
The County Democratic Executive
Committee met in the-court house Mon
day. County Chairman A. J. Rich
bourg presided; Mr. Harvey W. Mit
chum was appointed secretary.
There was not a full attendance,
owing, we suppose, to the threateaing
weather and a lack of political interest.
The clubs.r-epresented were as follows:
Alcolu-J. M. Bagnal.
Cross Roads-J. R. Dingle.
Davis Station-G. R. Jones.
Doctor Swamp -I. N. Tobias.
Douglas-D. L. Green.
Farmers' Platform-F. E. Bradham.
Fork-J. M. Montgomery.
Foreston Reform--J. E. Richbourg.
Fulton-Hl. B. Richardson, Jr.
Harmony-R. E. Thompson.
Manning-W. E. Brown.
Midway-S. W. McIntosh.
New Town-G. T. W~orsham.
New Zion-Dr. I. M. Woods.
Paxville-L. S. Barwick.
Summerton-C. -M. Davis.
A resolution was introduced by Dr.
Woods that Hon. B. R Tillman and W.
W. Lumpkin be invited to address the
voters of Clarendon on the 12th, and
that they should be allowed all the time
they require. This motion was carried
SCOTT's EMUI.SION sevsa
bridge to carry the weakened and
starved system along until it can find
frm support in ordinary food.
Send for free sample.
sCOTr & BOwNE, Chemists,
' 405Z Pearl Street, New York.
ca. and $:.co: all druggists.
On a motion from Mr. F. E. Brad
ham the following reception committe
was appointed by the chair: A. J. Rich
bourg, chairman: D. M. Bradham,
mayor of Manning; Hons. C. M. Davis,
D. J. Bradham, D. L. Green and R. S.
DesChamps, J. M. Montgomery, I. I.
Bagnal and E. D. Hodge.
Messrs. F. E. Bradbam and R. E.
Thompson were appointed a committee
to confer with the council and erect a
stand for the speakers.
It was determined that all pledges
must be filed by the candidate; not
later than noon August 14th.
The following is the campaigu sched
New Zion-August 15.
Alcou (at night)-August 16.
Pine wood-August 20
The followir is the assessment levied
upon the candidates:
House of Representatives, $5.
Superintendent of Education, $10.
Probate Judge, $5.
Magistrates at Manning and Sum
All other magistrates, $2.
A resolution was adopted on the mo
tion of Hon. D. L. Green, that the
chairman instruct the clubs which
have failed to organize, to do so by
July 21st, and that they send to the
chairman the name of their member of
the executive committee.
It was decided to defer the appoint
ment of managers of election until an
other meeting, which would be called
by the chairman.
HARVEY W. MITCHUM,
An Overworked Stomach.
Try a little Kodol for Dyspepsia after
your meals. See the effect it will pro
duce on your general feeling by digest
ing your food and helping your stom
ach to get itself into shape. Many
stomachs are overworked to the point
where they refuse to go further. Kodol
digests your food and gives your stom
ach the rest it needs, while its recon
striictive properties get the stomach
back into working order. Kodol re
lieves flatulence, sour stomach, palpi
tation of the heart. belching, etc. Sold
by The Arant Co. Drug Store.
Splendid Driveway Will be Built to James
town Grounds From Norfolk, Va.
Norfolk, Va.-One of the show fea
tures of the Jamestown Exposition will
be beyond its gates. The entire coun
try is taking more interest Ievery year
in the subject of good -roads, and the
six mile stretch from the Exposition
Grounds to the city of Norfolk will con
tain an object lesson in improved road
Vehicles by the thousand will travel
between Norfolk and the Exposition
Grounds every day from May until
December, 1907. More than one hun
dred thousand troops will pass over
this roadway. It will be subjected to
all kinds of usage, and if it stands the
strain of the hard wear which it must
necessarily endure, the solving of that
weighty problem-the best road for
general purposes will be well advanced
to its finality. If all the vehicles were
rubber-tired, a well macadam road
would last indefinitely, but narrow
steel tires, not entirely confined to
pleasure carriages, but often attached
to the heavier vehicles for merchan
dise transportation, wear the ordinary
road into strings.
Experts from the Good Roads Di
vision of the Department of Agricul
ture will probably supervise the con
struction of this Boulevard. which will
be built by Norfolk county. From the
city limits to the heart of Norfolk the
boulevard will be asphalted, and the
whole length will be not less than one
hundred and twenty-five feet wide at
It is anticpated that this Exposition
Boulevard will give a great momentum
to the good roads m6vement in the
South. The initial cost of a first-class
road is greater than that of an ordinary
roadway. but the cost of maintenance
is far less and repairs are much more
infrequent. The South has not paid as
much attention to av-enues of communi
cation between country settlements and
villages as have other sections of the
contry, and good roads enthusiasts
figure that millions hav e been lost by
this neglect of opportunitiAs..
Every element which enters into the
cost of the Exposition Boulevard will
be recorded, sa visitors to the Ter
Centennial who will use this highway
from Norfolk to the Exposition in 1907
can learn at any time exactly what the
road cost to build and what is being
spent on it maintenance.
BeantheThe Kind You Have Always Bought
Picnic at Tindal's Mill.
There will be a picnic at Tindal's
Mill on July 10th under the auspices of
the Woodmen of the World. The
camps to be represented are: Greely
ville, Summerton, Paxville and Man
ning, This is to be a basket picnic and
and the sovereigns may invite their
friends, both ladies and gentlemen, to
meet with us on this occasion.
Hon. J. W. Ragsdale of Florence will
deliver the address on Woodcraft and 3.
M. Woods, Esq., will make the address
J. McSWAIN Woons,
Chr'n of Gen. Coin.
A little love, a little wealth.
A little home for you and me;
It's all I ask except good health,
Which comes with Rocky Moun
tain Tea. Dr. W. E. Brown & Co
There are two Scholarships at Win
throp and two at Clemson to be award
ed by competitive examination this
year. The examination will be held at
the court house from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Friday, July 6. A scholarship is worth
$100. The examination will serve as
an entrance as well as a competitive
scholarship examination. For further
information apply to me.
S. P. HoLLADAY,
June 18, 1906.
Ber h The Kind You Have Always Booghi
Winthrop College Scholarship and Entrance
The examination for the award of va
cant scholarships in Winthrop College
and for the admission of new students
will be held at the County Court House
on Friday, July 6th, at 9 a. in. Appli
cants must not be less than fifteen years
of age. When scholarships are vacat
ed after July 6th, at 9 a. m. Appli
cants for scholarship should write to
President Johnson before the exami: a
dion for scholarship application blanks.
Scholarships are worth $100 and free
tuition. The next session will open
September 19th, 1906. For further in
formation and catalogue,address PRES.
D. B. Johnson, Rock Hill, S. C.
Do Not Neglect Your Bowels.
Many serious diseases arise from neg
lect of the bowels. Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets are a pleas.
ant and ag-reeable laxative. They in~
vigorate the liver and regulate the
bowels. For sale by The Arant Co.
For Rent-Office over Bank of Man
ning. Charlton DuRant.
Get a Refrigerator and keep cool.
Krasnoff sells them cheap.
Tobacco Baskets at Dickson Hard
it will pay you to see our Pianos be
fore you buy. S. L. Krasnoff.
FruitCans and Jars the best. For
sale by Dickson Hardware Company.
Go-fly keeps flies off horses and cat
tle. Sold by Pinewood Pharmacy, Pine
wood, S. C. [4t
We are handling the famous Netzow
Pianos. Come and see them at our
store. S. L. Krasnoff.
Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers,
and Hammocks at reduced prices. See
S. L. Krasnoff about it.
There is no better Piano made. than
the Netzow at $375., cash or credit, at
S. L. Krasnoff's, Manning, S. C.
Where Go-Fly goes flies will not
Use it on your horses and cattle. Sold
by Pinewood Pharmacy, Pinewood, S.
For sale-132 acres of land in New
Zion township 2-horse farm cleared,
artesian well, 4-room dwelling, barns
and stables and two tobacco barns. Ap
ply to this office.
The Alcolu Railroad Co. will sell for
every Friday, Saturday and Monday,
during June, July, August and Septem
tember, 1906. round trip tickets over its
road at reduced rates, good to return
until the follo-ving Tuesday. This
notice is subject to change or with
drawal without notice. Your patronag
is solicited. For further information,
address P. R. Alderman, Traffic Mana
ger, Alcolu, S. C.
I still have the one hundred acres of
land advertised a short while ago, four
miles from Manning, for sale.
Also, I have a nice ginning outfit in
good order, everything about it com
plete, ready for running, 70 saw Eagle
gin, and Boss press, for sale.
Also, I have for rent, nice four room
cottage, cook and dining rooms attach
ed, artesian water at the door. Apply
to D. J. Bradham, Real Estate Agent.
I wish to inform the tobacco growers
of South Carolina that I have rebuilt
the Banner Warehouse and that it is
now one of the handsomest and best
lighted houses in the State. This is
my ninth year in the warehouse busi
ness in Timmonsville, starting at the
bottom and climbing steadily to the
top, leading the market last year by
thousands of pounds with three houses
in the field. I have done this by hard
work and studying the planters' iuter
Two years ago I cut out the "silver
tongued drummers" and gave the plan
ter the benefit of the money paid these
drummers in pushing their tobaccos,
and expect to follow the same plan this
year. I will have with me this season
Col. Jas. M. Finch of Danville Va. He
needs no introduction, for you all know
he is one of the best auctioneers in Vir
ginia or the Carolinas. He will sell
only for the new Banner Warehouse.
I had my first sale of primings last
Saturday and prices have started off
higher than for years, so you can come
ahead with your first curings. Don't
wait for a drummer, for I cannot hire
drummers and do full justice to your
tobacco. If you are not planting this
year you will do me a great favor by
mentioning the above facts to those
who are planting and who will proba
bly not see this card. Remember that
[ am better prepared to handle your
obacco than ever before.
Thanking you for your liberal sup
port in the past and promising you as
good service in every way as you can
ind in South Carolina, I am
Yours to serve,
W. E. LEA,
Timmonsville, S. C.
SessIon 1906-1907 Begins Wednes
day, September 26th.
Five courses leading to B. A. degree,
four to B. S. degree, one to L. I. de
ree and one to L. L. B. degree. Cer
tificates given for work completed in
any one of the departments.
Expenses: Tuition fee $40.00; Term
fee $18.00; Room fee $8.00; one half of
reach must be paid at the beginning of
each term. Tuition fee may be remit
ted upon presentation of certificate of
inability to pay the same..
BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS.
I have a dne strain of Barred Plymouth Rocks
and if you desire to improve your poultry you
wil do well to purchase a setting of eggs fromt
my pure-bred fowls.
Price per setting $1.
W. P. HAWK!NS.
You can then pay your
bills with checks which
we return to you the
first of each month and
which are thus made a
receipt in full for every
dollar you pay out.
You can always make change
with a check.
Bank of Sumnineton,
Summerton, S. C.
S. L,. KRASNOFF
Playing- ball is not so easy as some of the spectators may think,)
but after the game is over and you come home you need some of our
comfortable Rockers to rest. We have a great variety of Rockers in
all grades, from the cheapest to the best, and would ask you to come
and look over our stock before placing your orders
Go-Carts and Baby Carriages.
Your Baby will be comfortable and
satisfied in one of our Go-Carts. They
are all built on the most scientific prin
ciples with a view for comfort, dura
. ~ bility and elegance. They are made to
recline in fourteen different positions
and can be used as a rolling cart or:
sleeping carriage. They are easy to
operate and simple to adjust, having
rubber cushioned tires, adjustable par
8asol, pat.nt brakes and nutless axles.
Prices from $2.75 to $25.00.
Our assortment of Iron Bed
steads can not be surpassed in
this county when you consider
& quantity, quality and price.
Everything in the construc
tion of our beds is'guaranteed
in every respect; they are all
made of the best ma'terials,
finished with baked white en
amel, making it dust and bug
proof "durable and elegant.
They are all fitted with re
J versed rails so that you can
use slats and any kind of a
spring or you can use a regulation iron spring. We furnish casters
and slats to all our beds without additional cost.. We have thef
i From $2.50 to $15.
If you are in the market for a good PIANO come to see us about it.
When in town make your headquarters at our store and feel at
home. Yours to please,
SS. L. K RASN OFF.
THE FURNITUIgE MAN
J. L. McLE3OD~
Underbuys and undiersells for cash all the time.
SMillinery! Millinery! Millinery!
We claim to have one of the nicest millinery parlors
Sin the country anywhere and invite you to inspect our
Wewould like to sell you that spring Suit, we have
Ssomething nice in Plaids, Blues, Black and light colors.
SCome and see and be convinced. We will do our best to
Splease you and give you prices te suit.
As to Dress Geods. White Goods, Embroideries, Col
Slars, Laces, Belts and anything else found in a dry goods
Sestablishment. We have something new and nobby and
Scan easily convince you. Just give us a look.
Some Few Articles We Will Price: -
SMen's Pants at.........---.--------------------- o
SBoys' Suits at.............------------------.. 5
SMen's Overalls at............
S40-inch White Lawn at.... ............. 7c per yar'd
SDress Ginghams at..... ...... -...-- .....7c per yard
SJust received lot of Men's ln'ne Pants, some worth
S$3.50 and $4, can make you for
$1.48 and Less.
Lot of Men's Army or Hunting Jackets can close
All Rubber Rain Coats going at
[ J_ L. McLEOD.
Sale, but Just Plain,
Close Selling of De
dise; Not Remnants
Short Ends, or Dam
u baged Goods,
but bright, new seasonable summer Lime goods at prices that will
open your eyes as well as your purse. The price we name on the fol
lowing Goods are way below their real value, and it will be to your
interest to see them We can't begin to tell you here how the. -
WE WANT YOU TO SEE
Lot No.1. _
Actual Count, 549 1-2 yards of Col
ored Lawns. worth today 8 1-3c. the yard; we will divide with you for,
the cash, at 5c. the yard.
Lot No. 2.
Consisting of Lawns, Batistes, etc.,
iill colors, about 350 yards in the lot, and every yard a real bargain
at 10c. the yard; yet we name you the extremely low price of 8 1-3c
,Lot No. 3.
Here's the lot we boast on, for we
know it can't be matched anywhere at the price we name. Actual
count in this lot of 867 yards, of Colored Organdies, Batistes, Lawns,
n etc.. of every design and color; large floral designs. dots, figures, etc.;..
colors in to stay, and every yird real cheap at 12 1-2c., but we do bet- *
- ter than. the others; they are yours at 9c. the vard-cash. A lot of
White Goods in this. also, that you've been paying 121-2 and 1c.,
for only.9c.-the yard.
This is a collection of White Goods,
Colored Dimities, Swisses, Swiss Etomines, etc. This is a beautiful lbt
of Goods and are selling eve;y place at 20 and 25c. the yard. Con e
here and get them at 12 1-2 and 15c. the yard.
Lot No. 5.
Is where we show you from place to
place, counter to counter, and quote you prices on every piece of
Dress Goods. Laces, Embroideries, Collars,. Belts, Handkerchiefs,
Hose, Unaervests, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, etc., lower than you can
get anywhere. Come today, tomorrow, and next day, always welcome.
and a pleasure to show you.
THE YOUNG RELIABLE,
We place on exhibition today an unusually elaborate selec
tion of specially designed Hats, expressive of the ve ry latest stl
ideas from New York. All of the Hats are exclusive in sye
each having the distinctive individuality apd artistic h~eautyre
quired for and superbly adopted to the Summer occasion.'
The Hats represent the highest art and skill of the best
Milliner, in closest touch with Paris. The collection is -unusually
broad in variety, each Hat being distinctly different from the other.
New Hats for Men
for Summer from 50c. to $4.
Now, sir, your Spring Suit is here, and Spring Shoes and -
Oxfords, a ne~w stock just got in of the latest styles.
Ladies? Waists from $1. to S2.50, Belts, Gilt and Silver 25'
to 50c. All the
Latest Styles in Wash Goods
on Iaand. Embroidery of all prices, from Sc. to 35c.
-We have a big lot of Men's Pants att any price ,you want
Give us a call.
NEXT TO POSTOFFICE, MANNING, S C
We Offer for Sale.7
LOT No. 14.--Eight-room awelling, with au! recessary outbuildings. Beautiful yard; 3 acres In
grounds; large number fruit trees.
LOT NO- 15.-Six-room house: 2 acres in grounlds; e tenant houses; barns and stables. -Conven
. ent to depot, etc.
LOT N.O. 16.-Four-room dwelling, with passage, pon.ches, all newly finished and painted, at Jor
dan, S. C.: 4 acres In lot: can be cut into two good lots: 1 storehouse 25x40, well
Isituated for business: property right on railroad. and close to school and
churches: 1 nere set in young orchard, pears and peaches. Terms: One-hall
cash, balance secured by papers.
LOT NO. .-;Seventeen half-acre lots in end of town that in fast developmng, 3250 and $150 per lot,
according to situation.
LOT NO, 12.-ITwenty-two lots in section near dopot for $300, $250 and 1150, according to size and
When the above two sets of lots are gone there can be no others there, for two
things ca' occupy the same space. You k-now hon, bad you feel when some
body else gets the lot you want. just when you were about ready for it. S'o don't
TK 'LT'Nv i..How about some mountain property? We have a tract of 481 acres on White
TKACT' N .ter River. Oconee county, on North Carolina line, a few miles from the
*amous sapphire settlement. Can be made a splendid summer resort. Property
nicZudes the river for 19 miles. Good tishing (mountain trout), bathing, climb
mag. Will sell outright or form a company and take an Interest ourselves.
-Gorgespondenice invited and prospectus sent on apolication.
. ov that crops arc planted and all is going well, let us know what you have to sell and
what you want to buy. We will do our best to help youmineither way.
SUMMRTON REAL ESTATE AGENCY,
Up in the Sky scraper.
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