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This will be one of the greatest Bargain-Gi
DRESS GOODS and NOTIONS. FURNITURE ant
Sale Will Open Promptly
Please remember that our books will be cI
Our store will be closed all day Tuesday. J
the way of bargains, so don't fail to bring these i
Ten thousand yards of yard-wide, no starch, soft finish
Bleach Homespun, worth 10c the yard all over the world, it is
yours for 6tc yard. Not more than 10 yards to a customer.
Adamantine Pins, ic paper.
.200-yard Spool Cotton, 1c spool.
Ladies' Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, 2c each.
Gent's Linen Collars, only 3c each.
Ladies' Wire Hair Pins, two papers ic.
Best 6c Figured Lawns, only 3;c.
Gent's 50c Straw Hats for only 25c.
Talcum Powder, worth 10c can, will go at 5c can.
Spool Thread (200 yards), only 1e spool.
The best 6-cord Spool Cotton (200 yards), only 4c spool.
Ten thousand good Needles, only 1c paper.
Ten thousand yards soft finish Bleach Homespun, no
starch, 1 yard wide only 61c. Not more thn 10 yards to a cus
Ladies' Collars at 3c each.
Ladies' Muslin Pants, only 10c each.
Suspenders. good, at Sc each.
Gent's Linen Cuffs at 4c pair.
Five sets Plated Knives and Forks, value $, will go at
One thousand yards good Bleach Homespun will go at
Nice Bedroom E aits, value $10, will go at $7.49 per suit.
Ten thousand yards Remnants of all kinds piled out at
We have thousands of other articles bought for this the
greatest of Red Letter sales that we have not room to enumer
ate, but all we ask you to do is to come with the cash of the
realm in your jeans and we will cough up the 'bargains. July
11th at 8:30 o'clock is the day.
One case White India Lawns, 27 inches wide, value Sc,
will go at 5c.
One large lot of White India Lawn, 124c value, will go
at 9c. i
One case of 40-inch White India Lawn, 15c value,'will go
on sale at 10c. % ;3
We put on sale a large lot of fine India Lawn, real; value
30c, will go on sale at 20c.
Mercury and potash are very deceptive treatments and the blood poisoz
sufferer who depends on them for a cure is sure to be disappointed. Thesi
minerals will remove the external symptoms and shut the disease up in the
system for a while, but the trouble will surely return and the loathsome
symptoms of sore mouth and throat, copper-colored spots, falling hair, soreu
and ulcers etc., will be accompanied by the disastrous effects of the
treatment. The continued use of these strong minras will completely rui
the health and weaken the system to such an extent that the original
disease often becomes incurable and sometimes fatal. Mercury
and potash eat out the delicate lining of the stomach and bowels,
destroy the gastric juices, producing chronic dyspepsia, cause mercurial
Rheumatism, salivation, and where they are taken in large quantities cause
necrosis or decay of the bones. S. S. S. is the only remedy that can cure
Contagious Blood Poison surely and safely. This remedy of nature, made
entirely of roots, herbs and barks, antidotes and destroys the powerful virus
of the disease and by purifying the blood of every particle of the poison and
enriching and strengthening this vital fluid it removes every symptom
SS and leaves the body in a strong, healthy con
with S. S. S. the cure is complete, and not one
vestige of the poison is left for future out
Sbreaks. Do not waste valuable time, and dam
PURELY VEGETABLE. age your health with the mineral treatment,
. but cure your case with S. S. S., an absolutely
safe remedy. We offer a reward of $1,ooo for proof that S. S. S. containsa
particle of mineral. Book with instructions for self treatment and medical ad
vice without charge. TH E SWIFT SPECIFIC C0O, A~ghANTA, GA.
WE HAVE SOME
to make room for fall stock.
Buy now from
Sumnmerton, S. C.
Rocky Mountamn Tea Nuggets Noieo*Dshre
A Bnsy Medicine for Basy People. I will apply to the Judge of Probat<
Brings Golden Health and Renewed Vigor. for Clarendon Countyon the 2d da:
A m'emel for cons:ipation, Indigestion. Live Augrust, 19063, for letters of discharg<
SIi-Trblfes mplies.Ezea Imparas Namiitrator of he estate of Frank
I.- frm. cett. a box Goune ade b C. FRED WILLIASS
HoLLSTER DaRU Coxsa, Madison, Wis- Adinstrator.
GOlLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE July 2d. 190(.
vin evntsever known in the history of Manning.
IHOUSEFURNISHING GOODS. Greatest Bargains 4
at 8:30 O'clock July 11th, a
sed during this sale. No goods sold on credit. Now
ly 10th, preparing for this the greatest of all bargain
mportant factors along with you. Just listen a littl
One large lot of fine Persian Lawns, 27 inches wide, 15c
value, will go at 10c.
Other grades of Persian Lawns at 12120, 25 and 30c yd.
One case of White Madras, 1 yard wide that we feel confi
dent cannot be hought anywhere for less than 15c, will go on
sale at 10c.
One case Figured Lawus, value Sc, will go at 3:c.
One case very nice quality Figured Lawns will close at Sc.
One case very sheer Figured Organdies, valne 15c, will go
Will offer the most varied line of Figured Organdies and
Figured Lawns containing the most marvelous values, real
value 15e, will go at 10c.
Our entire line . Fine Mercerized Waistings that sell at
30, 85 and 40c yard will all be piled out in this sale at 25c yard.
One case yard-wide Percales, value 121c, will go at 8.c.
Better grade Percales, yard-wide, at 10c.
One case Indigo Blue Prints, value 6:c, will go at 5:c
Our entire line of 20-inch 50c Silk Waistings will be piled
out at 25c. if you want a nice Silk waist or dress here is your
chance to get a silk waist or dress for 25c yard, just half what
it is really worth.
Our entire line of 65c and 75c Black and Colored Dress
Goods will go on sale at 48c yard.
Our entire line of $1.25 Dress Goods will go at 98c yard.
Ten thousand yards Remnants of all kinds put out in one
big pile to go at COST, COST.
A large line of Apron Check Ginghams, real value 84c,
will go on sale at 5c.
Two thousand yards good Bleach Homespun, value 6tc,
will go at 4c yard.
An immense stock of Plaid and Check Homespuns, real
value 6+c, will go at 4tc.
Five thousand yards good Sea Island; Homespun, value
Sic, will close at 6c yard.
Good Sea Island Homespun, value 7c, will close at 5c.
A large line of Calico and Apron Check Ginghams, in short
length, will go at 3:c yard.
Pinewood News. - Natural Chemistry.
Senator Butt of the Arkansas
Editor The Manning Times: senate, had just finished
"Shoofly" had on the new mail one of his droll stories about
car on July 2nd. We now have ifeeding morphine to a pointer
four mails eac11 day 6.01 and 8.45|pup and watching him as he in
in A M'. ad 6.7 ad 854 . dulged inthe ensuing pipe-dream
in . Ms. nd .0 an 8.4 P !occasioned by the opium, when
M's mail. Representative De Rossit, known
There was a picnic at Brough- as one of the most veracious men
ton's Mill pond on the Fourth. ,in the state, said:
Dr. M. D. Murray's personal ."Senator, your dog reminds
effects were sold on July 5th. .me of my hen. Needing quinine
Mr. C. B. Kolb was off on bus- one day as we often do in the
inmess last week visiting Orange- -bottoms, I mixed up an ounce of
Iburg and Charleston. Mr. Barnes the drug with molasses and roll
relief agent was in charge during ed it out into pills. Leaving the
the week. stuff to dry on the front porch, I
Mrs. Walter D. Epperson and went into the house.
little Buster are visiting friends "Returning I saw the last of
in Abbeville county and Clinton, my pills swallowed by my hen.
S. C. "Of course I thought her silly
The new engine and boiler for head would burst wideopen. She
the Pinewood Mercantile Co.gin- simply commenced cackling, and
nery has arrived and will be put has been laying two eggs per
in place in the next few days. day ever since. And do you know
Miss Marie- Ragin spent one senator, those eggs are the best
day last week -n Sumter visiting chill tonic on the market. One of
friends, them taken internally will knock
The "Fans" take in all the the spots from any case of ma
games in Sumter. laria in the state, and shaking
Mr. R. C. Richardson, Jr., is ague can't stand before 'em an
spending a while at the Haywood hi6ur after they are eaten. I keep
White Sulphur Hotel at Maynes- that hen dosed; I do, and-"
ville, N. C. MmhsCmeca pel
Mr. Frank Griffin, son of Mr.MmhsCmeca pel
and Mrs. Ben D. Griffin,who has
been working in the A. C. L. re- IBowel Complaint in Children.
pair shops in Sumter, has ac-. During the summer months children
cepted the position of assistant are subject to disorders of the bowels
9 . which should receive careful attention
foreman with Mr. Tom S. Stone as soon as the unnatural looseness of
atRimini on Santee River trestle. the bowels appears. The best medicine
Messrs 0. D. Harvin and Jas. in use for bowel complaint is Chamber
McCutchen went over inOrange- lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
few dys ao onRemedy as it promptly controls any un
burg county a fwdy agonnatural looseness of the bowels. For
timber business. aeb h rn o rgSoe
Mr. A. W. Griffin, who has for
the past few years been the first Wihlcrtd ansndi
to bring in "truck" on our local jitdkuke ae er
market has decided to give the rse notecnrlplc
horticulture business special sainadrpre hth a
attention and study in the bae a h a jme
future and will increase hisonhmintesrtsoevel
acreage so it will give employ-thtefardorhetere
ment for several,.o' ie
Mr. R. S. Deschamp's is at Nay h ditdibbn
Glenn Springs for a ten days so-freyhahesiuneto
Mr. Henry B. Richardson, Jr., hthmi h ae ept i
has left for the mountains. aooy
Miss Susan Richardson will Naygtagyadgv i
leave on 5th for a summer va- atgns ucadtelt
cation. trlrhdaanthmbt o
Miss Pearl Wittl'~e left lastintthgrudwthheo
week to visit the up country. erfloontp Naysidh
Miss Lillian Lawrence has re
tundhome after a month's visitsastrfoammetndhn
in eastern part of the State. taoitaerfcblw whh
Miss Jessie Moise of Sumtertundhmoeldigimn
has been visiting Miss Susan adowy
Richardson. H okte on, er
Mrs. P. C. Matthews from add
Sumter is visiting Mr. and Mrs. H a uhwridadbg
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Everything in our great house will be put on sale
wer known to the ladies of Manning and Clarend<
nd Will Close on Saturday
please remember this, no goods sold on credit. 1
-giving events known to the people of this section.
if you please,
Our entire line of 65 and 75c Negligee Shirts will go on
sale at 48c.
Our entire line of $1.25 Negligee Shirts will go on sale at
98c. See our Coat Shirt for 98c.
Our entire line of Clothing of all kinds-.Men's, Boys' and
Chilpren's-will go on sale at 25 per cent off.
We sell you a nice Railroad Flat-Top Canvas Trunk, 30
inches, for only $2.48.
You are now thinking of that trip to the mountains or.the
seashore and we are thinking of selling you a nice Trunk, Suit
Case or Club Bag. A fall line just in at Red Letter prices.
That old trunk will not do, the railroad will not receive it.
We can help you. Come and get one of our nice new Trunks
at Red Letter prices.
Our entire lire of Gent's, Boys' and Children's Clothing
will go at 25 per cent off. To illustrate-a $10 Suit will go for
Night Gowns, 75c value at 48c.
Night Gowns, $1.25 value, at 98c.
Night Gowns, $1.50 value at $1.24.
Ladies' Muslin Underskirts, nicely trimmed, value $1, at
Ladies' beautifully trimmed Underskirt, value $1.25, at 98c
Ladies' beautifully trimmed Underskirts, value $3.50, at
Ladies' Muslin Pants, value 75c, at 48c.
Corset Covers, value 35c, will go at 19c.
A large lot of $1 Corsets, odds and ends, all put out in one
lot; all $1 Corsets will be closed out at 50c. Now here is your
chance to get a nice Corset, if you get your size-a $1 Corset
for only 50c. All other Corsets sold at special Red Letter
A large line of Calico and Check Ginghams in short
lengths will go at Sic.
50c Lap Dusters will go at 39c.
75c Lap Dusters will go at 54c.
$1 00 Lap Dusters will go at 74c.
1 25 Lap Dusters will go at 98c.
1 50 Linen Lap Dustersiwilligo at $1 24.
The most astonishing values in Embroideryof the season.
An enthusiast on the subject of mush-TH BAKWY
rooms says there is no more reason ____
to mistake a good mushroom for a Bln' vneo scp rmH
poisonous toadstool than to confound Ccios
nightshade with kuckleberries. The I h er14 rteebu7b
distinctions are clear and simple and lgwridb usi aiBla
easily learned. Real mushrooms aretokldig nPssheavlaeI
known by their beautiful pink gills, I h nios tahueI h u
not .-eaching the stem, which stem car-Bas.Teeiltlermkbe
ries a well marked white woolly ring; aottefoto h os.I sjs
by the very fleshy down covered top, apan httosoidFec
the delicious and enticing fragrance,dwligoahureyasaoorf
the firm, white flesh, sometimes in- tdyfrta atr
edined to pink when cut or broken. Bta h aki adnada
One or two rules in regard to gathering tebto ftegre sadowi
mushrooms, we are told, will remove laigit n fteods ae n
all the peril from the pursuit of them.thwolrmtelokfitTuy
Examine carefully every specimen you ti ale ihiscubigwlso
gather. If at all doubtful, throw It soeadpatr t v n t hd
away. Show it to somebody thatofoehnigtesisahpild
knows. Never cook mushrooms un- vi fsgetoso oen"m
less you know they are gathered bypreetsasnyhgtobfod
somebody that knows.. wti h-ideo h otfctos
Asthma Sufferers Should Kno this. whnnstetvisfrm ihnte
Foley's Honey and Tar has cured I i itepvlo tteedo h
many cases of asthma that were con
sidered hopeless. Mrs Adolph Bues- adn ol vidteupcsnus
ing, 701 West Third St., Davenport, o nitriwwt n odro h
Iowa, writes: "A severe cold contract-ovrubilwhctrugutisif
ed twelve years ago was neglected un- wr h nytnil-rslso i
til it finally grewi into asthma. The eprmnsa rne n ye
best medical skill available could not fudr
giye more than temporary relief. Fo- I ed u iteiaiaint e
ley's Honey & Tar was recommended hmhryofdw h ae als
and one fifty cent bottle entirely curedanInsiprtaateetwhl
me of asthma which had been growing
:n me for twelve years. If I had ta- dem f xliigth eeso
en it at the start I would have been' h ocnao h ivrmnso h
saved years of suffering." The Arantne od-WI.HlmiCrtc
2~o. Drg Stor.Creditors.__
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aganstbrier intheEngis elc-aerorm thei frontons he osel. Itis.os
tion, sandng or asea inparia-daeng of arigt'ndredseas ag or bee
will costanothlesscthan $3g0r0,naaddtae
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but hisis rgared a threcr tird world from hepeak of smal shuy
prie, he ostruningas ow s $ snpthat ules witha twitterbing nallseo
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d ltertur, bth or anddsrb aMdes Cnlaipps, to arryith event Chile
fon adeIntheafrm ofpostrs.iting h eeso
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lthough an itee aseentrch agdsulftetilwsteeoeaget
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mtis cur incipien Brghn isese CabransClchlrn ir
atter. give cofr sadlief const ty, althsrmewllacmpih
wilds are cuesr e as u rfrt e then $3,000,aan the
iadpiabes n iromwort formo wrte10,0ens0Watte0. cami
Ian avere of u50th for eac tedhti ilpstvl uedaroa
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Thdee ucasn wel ma Te disraliofailesrsl b h rntC.Du
Du them e. Engan-aremst arfu
at Red Letter prices, DRY GOODS, SHOES, FINE
>n county will be given in MILLINERY and MILLI
Night, 11 O'clock, July 21st.
(OTHING BUT BARGAINS, BARGAINS and CASI
The almighty dollar will reveal wonders to you in
Our great line of 10c Embroidery will go at 5c during this sale;
real 10c Embroideries-will go for 5c.
We will pile out all of our 12-, 15 and 20c Embroideries at
10c for this sale.
We have on hand several dozen pair of Men's Tan Shoes,
in Low Quarter Oxford. that were made to sell at $3.50 and $4.
Will close this lot of Tan Shoes at $2.50 per pair. Here is
your chance to get a very cheap pair of Shoes.
Our entire line of Ladies' Oxford -Ties marked down at
Red Letter prices during this sale. If you need a nice pair of
Summer Shoes here is your chance.
Whittemor's Baby Elite Shoe Polish will go in this sale at
7c per bottle. Whittemor's Quick White Dressing will go in
this sale at 7c bottle.
We have a splendid assortment of Table Linen of all
kinds and will offer some splendid values; everything marked
down at Red Letter prices.
We have now in stock as complete a line of Furniture as
you will find in any regular furniture house in this part of the
State and we propose to make some startling prices to you
during this Red Letter Colossal Sale. Here they are:
We offer a nice Poplar 3-piece Bedroom Suit for only $7.49
We offer a nice Real Oak Bedroom Suit, $15 value, for
We offer a nice Golden Oak Bedroom Suit, will cost you
$25 in a regular sale, but we let this Suit-go in our sale at $i9.
Real Golden Oak Bed, value $3.50- value, will go at $2.48.
. A large assortment of Bed Lounges and Koutches to offer
at special Red Letter prices.
Summer is the time you need a nice Baby Carriage or Go
Cart to give that little fellow fresh, air. We have a splendid
line of Carriages and Go-Carts to offer at special Red Letter=:
prices. If interested see them.
A nice $1.25 Centre Table for only 98c.
A nice Oak Centre Table, value $1.50, will go at $1.19.
A great slaughter sale of Framed Pictures and Easels for
beautifying your home.
A large stock of Oak High Back Dining .Chairs, $1-25
value, will go in sale at 98c.
"Uncle Billy's Favorite Blend"
of Selected Moyune, Ceylon
IS THE BEST ARTICLE AT THE PRICE EVER OFFERED
By a special arrangement we have purchased a fine stock of
the above excellent varieties and thron~th scientific blending we
are enabled to offer a superior -article of tea at
Only 50c. Per Pound.
We have it in two distinct blends-one for icing and the
other for drinking hot. Enough said. A trial will do the rest.
*YOU'LL FIND IT AT
Purveyors of Palate Ticklers.
EW Have on hand a nice lot of Horses and Mules,
which mustbe sold between this - and the 1st of
April. and we are receiving for our spring trade
ne Carload of the celebrated
'his is the best Buggy that has ever been sold on this market.
some while they are fresh and select one for beauty and .comfort,
s well as durability. We are also receiving
d will be able to satisfy all purchasers who will place their trade with us.
LSO, a fine assortment of One and Two-horse Wagons. made by the Hackney
d Piedmont people. the best manufacturers in the South. Also full line of
[arness. Double and Single. Slip Gear for wagons; Collars, Bridles, Whips,
te. We thank the people for their liberal trade to us in the past, and will en
eavor to act so in the future as to maintaiu their confidence and support.
W. P. H awkins &.Co.
Notice to Creditors
All persons having claims against M n y t o n
eestate of Reese Bradley, dceased, o e t o n
lose owing said estate will make pay- E]EsY rerm.B.-y
ent to APPLY TO
ARCHEB I. BARRON,
Clerk of Court, Wilson & DuRant.
Manning. S. C., May 8, 1906. _________________
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