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MANNING. S. C., JULY 11. 1906.
Publishes 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 CU,
Great Colossal Red Letter Sale is Now in
The greatest sale ever known to the
people of Manning and Clarendon coun
ty is now on. It will surprise you to
see what the cash will do at this great
sale. Nice tea spoons worth 15c, set
will go at tc; Table spoons worth 25c,
set will go at 13c; -Set imitation silver
knives with forks to match, value $1.50
per set, will go at 69c for knives and
Gents Linen Cuffs value 15e. will go
at 7c the pair.
Spool Cotton, ic spool. Ladies Mus
lin Gown's will go at 43c.
Ten Thousand Gold-eyed Needles
will go at le paper.
Bleach Homespun worth 10c yard
will go at 61-2c-10 yds to a customer.
Figured Lawns value 7c will go at
Men's Black hose worth 10c the pair,
will oo at 4c.
Ladies nice colored bordered hanker
chiefs will go at le each. Everything
in Millinery department will go at a
sacrifice as all millinery must be closed
out. Everybody come to the great sale
and bring the cash with you.
W. E. JENKINSON CO.
Mr. J. H. Rigby has returned home
from Glenn Springs.
Mr. Leon Feinberg struck the pike
yesterday for the mountains.
Mr. David Levi and family left yester
day for Hendersonville, N. C.
Mrs. J. G. Slaughter and daughter
left this morning for Mullins.
Mr. W, T. Lesesne and family left
this morning for Brevard, N. C.
Dr. J. A. Cole has moved his dental
office over the Bank of Manning.
Mr. David Levi and family left yes
terday for Hendersonville, N. C.
Captain W. C. Davis went to Sumter
yesterday to look after the ball tossers.
Miss Julia Clayton of Florence is
visiting the family of Dr. W. E. Brown.
Miss Jesse Curtis of Paxville was
one of the visitors to Manning lastMon
The first bale of cotton has been
shipped fromTexas and brought 24 cents
Miss Carolee Nathen of Charleston
is visiting Miss Corinne Barfield in
Professor J. C. Daniel is now sniffing
the mountain breezes at Henderson
ville, N. C.
Charlton DuRant, Esq. has opened up
a suite of law offices over the Bank of
The young people 'are rehearsing
e'very day and night for the Thursday
Solicitor -J. S. Wilson- went to New
berry last Thursday to argue a baillmo
tion before Chief Justice Pope.
WArTED: Three public spirited citi
zens to repi-esent Clarendon in the
legislature. Apply now to the people.
Misses Fannie and Dora Lewinthal
of Georgetown. are in Manning visit
ing their uncle's family, Mr. A. Wein
Several of Manning's base ball fans
went to Sumter last Monday to witness
the game between the locals and Sum
The friends of Mr. J. M. Player of
Sardinia were glad to see him in Man
ning yesterday. Mr. Player has been a
very sick man.
The Silver Democratic club will meet
at Silver next~ Saturday afternoon at
4 o'clock to reorganize, a full attend
ance is requested.
Hon. J. 'E. Burke of the Charleston
Bar, and Major Marion of the Sumter
Bar spent Monday in Manning on pro
The entertainment fortommnorw even
ing for the benefit of the ball team,
promises to be something good, and we
hope there will be a large audience.
Died at Boone, N. C., last Monday,
Elizabeth, the one-year-old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Coffey. The body
was brought to Manning for interrment.
Mr Guerry Stukes, student at David
son, is atliome for his vacation, and is
in charge of the telegraph offic4 for
Mr. Gui. Empie -who has gone to
Harvey DuBae,an industrious colored
man living near Sammy Swamp, had
the misfortune to lose his house by fire
-last Thursday night. Loss about $700,
Rev. J. P. Marion, Jr., of the Sumter
Presbyterian church, and Rev. J. M.
Holladay of the Manning Presbyterian
church supplied each other's pulpits
Now that we have sunshine once
more, the farmers will have all their
time taken up in the effort to get their
crops released from the choaking grasp
of General Green.
Mr. Harmon H. Windham of Sum
merton spent last Saturday in Manning
-in the interest of The Advance, a news
paper recently established in that en
The sacred bonds of fraternalism be
comes cankered with the rust of hypoc
risy whenever partisanship creeps in.
and makes the solemn obligations of
brotherhood a mockery.
The reports from all over this county
indicate that the recent rains have in
jured all kinds of crops. Tabacco has
been cut short to a considerable extent
so has corn and cotton.
The main thing in the way of the Al
*colu railroad to Manning is the lack of
labor. We understand, as soon as labor
can be procued there will something do
ing in the railroad line.
Memorial services of Hon. James E.
Tindal will be hela at Calvary Baptist
Church next Sunday morning, July
15th, at eleven o'clock. All of his
friends are invited to attend.
Everything is ready far the rigehew
ing fest for tomorrow. The stand has
been put on the court house square, and
.the little speakers will have their little
speeches attentively listened to.
The campaign meeting scheduled for
.Manning tomorrow, promises to, be a
tame affair. Senator Tillman will not
-be present, and the other speakers have
~not been able to enthuse the populace.
Died last Thursday after a very brief
illness, Mrs. Hattie Mahoney, wife of
Mr. J. P. Mlahoney. The interment
'took place at Paxville, Friday morning.
SRev. J. 0. Gough conducted the ser
The surviving Old Soldiers of Co. H.,
26th, South Carolina regiment will
hold their annual reunion at Beulah on
Saturday Julv the 21st.. The public is
cordially invited to attend with well
Married at the residence of tnebride's
mother. Mrs. Mamie Ridgill. near Man
ning, on Sunday afternoon, July Sth,
by the Rev. M. A. Connors, Mr. Harry
A. Hodge. of Summerion, and Miss
Cammie Ridgill, of Mianning.
Mr. H. R. Boger,the TIMEs foreman,
with his family left last Friday for a six
week's visit to relatives at Johnston.
S. C. and Concord, N. C. Mr. W. T.
Lee, formerly of the Columbia State,
is now on TEE TIMES force.
I-Ion. R. S. Deschamps of Pinewood
was in Manning last Monday. He has
just returned from Glenn Springs, and
he says his being a candidate for re
election to the House of Representa
tives depends upon the condition of his
We hope .Janning'will not have any
rowdyism at the base ball games, as
was the case in Sumter last week.
Orangeburg will begin a series of games
here tomorrow We hope a large crowd
will greet the visitors and that every
thing will be pleasant.
The town council was prompt to
give the "move on" notice to a lot of
mulatto strumpets that once infested
this town, now it should give the police
orders to vigorously execute the same
notice to a horde of white strumpets
that are infesting the town.
We take pleasure in calling attention
to the advertisement of that most ex
cellent school, the Orangeburg Col
legiate Institute, in this issue. It is a
fine place to educate your ,boys and
girls. Drop President Peterson a card
and he will take pleasure in sending
you a catalogue.
Superintendent Holladay reports to
us that on the scholarship examinations
for Winthrop there were seven ap
plicants for the two vacant scholarships,
and one applicant for entrance.
For Clemson there were five appli
cants for the three scholarships. For
the South Carolina College there were
two applicants. and for the College for
Women one applicant.
The Woodmen of this county had a
joint picnic yesterday at Tindal's will.
There was a large crowd. J. McSwain
Woods in fitting terms introduced as
the orator for the occasion Hon. J. W.
Ragsdale, of Florence, who we are in
formed delivered a splendid address.
Mr. Ragsdale is a fine speaker,a promi
nent Woodman, and capable of making
a good speech. It was inconvenient for
us to attend this picnic, and was there
fore deprived of much pleasure.
Died Last Friday night, near Pax
ville, at the home of her daughter Mrs.
J. T. Brogden, Mrs. Ann Bradham
wife of Mr. Thomas A. Bradham, aged 4
about 70 years. The funeral took place
in the Manning cemetery Saturday af
ternoon, Rev. J. N. Tolar of Paxville
conducted the service. - The deceased
had been a long and patief1t sufferer and
through her illness she bore her afflic
tions, with fortitude, She leaves an in
valid husband, two sons Joseph and
Benjamin, three daughters, Mesdames
W. H. Trescott, J. T. Brogden, and L.
Major Abe Levi, who with hi's wife
are sojourning at Mt. Clements Michi
gan, sent us a Fourth of July menu
card from the Park Hotel. The card
is in itself a work of art, and we would
not pretend to get out anything like
it, but what we could have done fori
that menu would have made the man-]
agement of the Park Hotel reinforce
its culinery der .rtment. To read the<
list of good things was a water-mouth t
producer, and for a country newspaper
man to come no nearer to the dishes (
than an elaborately.artistic menu card t
is torture indeed.
The young folks got up an imprompu
performance last Friday evening which
would have been more largely attend
ed had it not been for the inclement
weather, but as it was, the audience
appreciated very much the various I
numbers, especiaily the recitations of]
Misses Gertrude Bradham and Ella
Ottolengui, the duet by Miss Sybil Or
diorne and Mr. John McFall, and a
magnificently rendered solo by Miss]
Sybil Ordiorne. The play was an "at 1
home," and several of the skits were 1
good. The performance for tomorrow
night has had several rehearsals and 1
it will be enjoyed.1
The Manning team played in George
town on the 4th, then went on to Dar
lington, played a series there and lost.
They are now playing in Sumter. Mon
day's game was won by Sumter score
4 to 2, and yesterday's are was stolen1
from Manning and given to Sumter,
score 7 to 4. The cheating of the um
pire was so flagrant that even Captain
Barksdale of the Sumter team admit
ted that Manning .was robbed. The
game has been protested. Many of the
spectators were disgusted by the rob
bery -'f the umpire. It is hard enough
to ,eiairly defeated but when cheating
is resorted to, it is time to call a halt.
Manning won yesterday's game from
the Sumter nine, but Sumter's tenth
man stole it, if all the reports are true.
An Overworked Stomach.
Try a livttle 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. Many1
stomachs are overworked to the point
where they refuse to go further. Kodol1
digests your food'and gives your stom
ach the rest it needs, while its recon
structive properties get the stomach
back into working order. Kodol re
lieves Ih tultence, sour stomach. palpi
tation of. the heart, belching, etc. Sold
by The Arant Co. Drug Store.
I Summerton News.
Editor The Manning Times:
We are still growing.1
Contractor Nesmith has been award
ed the contract for the cotton ware
house. The building is to be 100 feet
square and will cost S3500, to be com
pleted in time ior the coming crop.
The beautiful presbyterian church
will be completed in about two weeks.
It is a credit to that denomination.
It is rumored that we will soon have
some manufacturing industries.
The Summerton Advance will have
its large press soon.
The trustees of our graded school
have elected the full faculty.
Prof. T. E. Prince and sister of Barn
well who have been visiting the family
of Mr. H. A. Richbourg last Saturday
for Horse Shoe, N. C.
Dr. Keith Howle, and Hon. J. if.
Lesesne spent last Sunday here.
We note the Manning team has not
won a game yet. H.
Dr. H. L.3Wilson~ .nd wife...8 100
Mr. W. T. P. Spret,............ 25
"C. M.'Davis................ 25
"C. P.ILesesne.... .......... 10
Rev. S. At Nettles........... 5
Miss May Lesesne..... .....5
"~ Bertha Davis...............-5
"Frances Davis.............. 5
Bear th Ib indYou Have Always Bought
Many Entertainments to be Given.
Miss Ella Ottolengui, a wel
known teacher of elocution, and dra
matic art, comes to Manning in th<
interest of the ball team.
The people of Manning have muel
pleasure in anticipation. A number o
entertainments being booked for th
near future, with 2liss Ottolengui al
the helm (her name being synonomoui
with success). a dramatic success is in.
sured, the financial destiny being it
the hands of the people, who shouli
turn out en mass thereby proving tNeil
appreciation of the opportunity thus
afforded them, as well as their loyalt'
to the Manning base ball team, it
whose interest these entertainments arc
to be given. The first of this series hel
the boards last Friday evening on whicl
oecasion Mr. and Mrs. Law were "a1
bome" to their many friends. Thc
roles of Mr. and Mrs. Law were as
umed by the Mr. Woods and Miss
)ttolengui, their guests being Missei
3ertrude and Ida Bradham. Gussie Ap
elt. Edna Brockinton and Sibyl and
Mlabel Odiorne. The gentimen being
MIessrs. John McFall, Barron, Seiby,
Lee, Herman Bradham and Wells. A
nost attractive program consisting of
-ecitations, vocal and instrumental
nusic delighted the audience and
licited resounds of applause.
The next attraction will be offered
iext Thursday evening, the 12th inst.
)n this occasion two farce comedies
ill be given, interspersed with a few
vell selected musical numbers. The
llowing is the program:
arce..........-Birds in a Cage.................
r. Frank Ringwood.............Walker T. Lee
Iiss Florence Hartley...... Miss Sibyl Odiorne
arce...........Who Speaks First?...........
Ir. Earnest Militant.................Mr. Woods
japtain Charles..... ........Mr. O'Bryan
?otter (a servant)..................Mr. Reardon
smart (a maid).............Miss Gussie Appelt
drs. Earnest Militant ..........Miss Ottolengui
The price of Admission will be 25cts
mnd the curtain will be rung up prompt
.y at 9 o'clock A week later, "The Spin
ster's Convention" and "The Spinster's
Leturn." Two side spliting Comedies
vill be given by twenty of Mannings'
nost attractive young ladies. provided
hat the interest and appreciation of
,he people is evidenced by a liberal
>atronage on Thursday evening.
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
ain Tea. Dr. W. E. Brown & Co
Was your wife angry when you got
iome so late last night?"
"Angry? Why, my boy, the dear wo
nan pelted me with flowers!"
"But how did you get that black
"Well, you see, she' neglected to take
he flowers out of the pots before she
hrew them."-Cleveland Leader.
Do Not Neglect Your Bowels.
Many serious diseases arise from neg
ect of the bowels. Chamberlain's
tomach and Liver Tablets are a pleas
tnt and agreeable laxative. They in
rigorate the liver and regulate the
)owels. For sale by The Arant Co.
All CountyCandidates will please take
ioticethat I will be at Manning Court
louse at 12 o'clock noon, July 24th,
ruly 31st, August 7th, August 14th,
losing all pledges and assessments on
he latter date.
A. J. RICHBURG,
lounty Chairman Democratic Execu
H ARVIE MITCHUZM, Secretary.
The County Board of Control will
old a meeting Wednesday, August
5th, to elect a County Dispenser. Ap
lication for the position shall be by
etition, signed and sworn to by the
pplicant, and filed with the County
oard of Control at least twenty days
>efore August 15th; petition s?oll state
,he applicant's name,place of residence,
n what business engaged, and in what
yusiness engaged two years previous
o filing petition; that he is a qualified
lector of this State and a resident of
,he county, that he, has never been ad
udged guilty of violating the law re
ating to intoxicating liquors, and is
lot a keeper of a restaurant or place
>f public amusement, and that he is not
adicted to the use of intoxicating
iquors as a beverage.
A bond in the penal sum of three
,bolsand dollars is required.
WV. H. MULDROW.
JT. D. GERALD,
County Board Control.
July 11th, 1906.
For Getting ,Rid of Catarrh.
As the season of milder weather is now at
land, if you have Catarrh or Catarrhal Deaf
iess take advantage of this more favorable sea
n to rid yourself of this troublesome. stubborn
d dangerous disease. If the trouble has let
tp a little since the cold weather has ceased, do
tot imagine that the unwelcome visitor has
acked his baggage and is about to leave for
:ood, for you will soon find that he is still in
usiness at the old stand.
Dr. Blosser's Catarrh Cure hits the spot, and
f you are a sufferer from Catarrh and desire
o test it. write a postal or call on H. R. BOGE R
mt The Manning Times offce and seure a free
rial treatment. The reeular size packages sell
or $1 and contain a whole month's treatment.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
21st Year Begins September 28.
Letters, Science, Engineering. One
;cholarship, giving free tuition, to each
~ounty of South Carolina. Tuition $40.
Board and furnished room in Domitory~
11. a month. All candidates for ad
nission are permitted to compete for
acant Boyce scholarships which pay
3100 a year. For catalogue, address
jARRISON RANDOLPh, President.
Sulphur Baths For Rheumatism.
Sulphur baths are of value in rheu
matism. Take one tablespoonful of
burnt lime. Mix into a paste with one
wineglassful of cold water, and let it.
remain for ten minutes. Then stir into
one gallon of water. To this add one
ounce of milk of sulphur. Raise to
the boiling point in a suitable vessel
and keep boiling for ten minutes. Now
transfer to the bath, and add two gal.
Ions of hot water. Use when pleasant
ly warm. Keep from piae face, as the
particles of sulphur, etl., are intensely
rritating to the eyes.
Those who are gaining flesh
anrd strength by regular treat
'siud continue the treatment
in hot weather; smafler dose
ci da little cool mIlk with t wll
do away with any objectIon
which is attached to fatty pro
ducts during the heated
send for free sample.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists,
4-415 Pearl Street, .New York.
For Rent-Office over Bank of Man
- nig. Charlton DuRant.
Get a Refrigcrator and keep cool.
K.rasnotf sells them t1Eap.
Tobacco Baskets at. )iekson Hard
It will pay you to see our 'ianos be
fore you buy. S. L. KrasuolT.
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. KrasnofT.
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. Krasnolf'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 .,ell, 4-room dwelling, barns
and stables and two tobacco barns. Ap
ply to this office.
Lost-Between the Manning Hotel
and the residence of Mr. Louis Appelt,
a ladies chatelaine pearl set pin. Find
er will be rewarded at Times office.
Wanted-You to know I pay the
highest cash price for Poultry and
Eggs. C. A. Krepps, 128 Market, St.,
Charleston, S. C.
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 following Tuesday. This
notice is subject to change or with
drawal without notice. Your patronage
is solicited. For further information,
address P. R. Alderman, Traflic 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 4
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.
The Alcolu Railroad Co. will run an
extra passenger train from Alcolu to
Beulah and return Saturday, July 21st.,
on account of the Confederate Veterans' 4
picnic, at Beulah, S. C. Reduced rates. .
This train will be scheduled to connect 4
at Alcolu, with the A. C. L.. morning
and evening trains.
P. R. ALDERMAN,
Traffic Manager. 4
C.A. O T O'EI.A|k .
Bears the The Kind You Have Always Bought -
Notice to Creditors. 4
All persons having claims against
the estate of James E. Tindai, de- M
eased, will present them duly at
tested, and those owing said estate 4
will make payment to
MRS. MARY E. TINDAL,4
. Qualified Administratrix.
Silver, S. 0., R. F. D., June 18, 1906. u
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
gree 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
each 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.
BENJAM IN SLOAN.
I will apply to the Judge of Probate
for Clarendon County, on the 2d day
August, 1900, for letters of discharge
as administrator of the estate of Frank
Ln N. Wilson, deceased.
'- C. FRED WILLIAMS,
July 2d, 1906.
STATE OF SOUTH OAROLUNA,~
County of Clarendon.
By James M. Windham, Esq., Judge
WHEREAS,Mary Emma Hodge made
1suit to me. to grant her Letters
of Administration of the estate and
effects of Joseph Arthur Hodge.I
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said Joseph Ar
thur Hodge,deceased,that theybe anid
appear before me,in the Court of Pro- |
bate, to be held at Manning, S. C.. on
the 26th day of July next after
publication thereof, at 11 o'clock in
the forenoon, to show cause, if any
they have, why the said administra
tion should not be granted.
Given under my hand, this 11th
day of July, A. D. 1000.
JAMES M. WINDHAM,
[SEAL.] Judge of Probate.
fer cb.Udrent eafe, are. .?o opiate.
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MOW S. L. KRASNQF'
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
GoCarts 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
asol, patent 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 materials,
finished with baked white en
amel, making it dust and bug
proof, durable and elegant.
They are all fitted with re
versed rails so that you can
use slats and any kindof a
spring or you can use a regulation iron spring. We furnish casters
and slats to all our beds without additional cost. We have them
From $2.50 to $15.
If you are in the market fora good PIANO come to see us about it.
When in town make your headquarters at our store and feel s'
home. Yours to please,
S. L. K RA SNOFF;
@@@W THE FURNITURE MAN
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Sale, but Just Plain,,
Close Selling of De
dise; Not Remnants,
Short Ends, or Dam
but bright, new seasonable summer time goods at prices that
open your eyes as well as your purse. The price we name on the fo6
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, they? .
WE WANT YOU TO SEE.
Lot No. 1.
Actual Count, 549 1-2yards 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.
-Cnsisting of Lawns, Batistes, etc.,
all colors, about 350 yards in the lot, and evei-f yard a real. bargain:
. at lOc. the yard; yet we name you the extremely low price-of8 19e 2
the yard--cash. :yp-'
]Lot No. 3. H ee
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,
O etc., of every design and color; large floral designs, dots, figures, etc:;.,
. colors in to stay, and every yard 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 Ise.~ :
for only 9c. the yard.
Lot No. 4. -
This isa-collection of White Goods, <
s Colored Dimities, Swisses, Swiss Etomiies, etc. This is a beautiful lot :..
- of Goods.and are selling every place at 20 and 25c. the yard. Come ,_>
here and get them at 121-2 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
A Dress Goods, Laces, Embroideries, Collars, Belts, Handkerchiefs
Hose,-Undervests, 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 slc
tion of specially designed Hats, expressive of the very latest tl
ideas from New York. All of the Hats are exclusive in style,
each having the distinctive, individuality and 'artistic beanti re
quired for and superbly adopted to the Sutmer occasion.
TIhe 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 Summner from 50c. to $4.
TNow, sir, your Spring Suit is here, and Spring Shoes and
Oxfords, a new stock just got in of the latest styles.
Ladies' Waists from $1. to $2.50. Belts, Gilt and Silver. 25
to 50c. All the
Latest Styles in Wash Goods
on hand. Embroidery of all prices, from Sc. to 35c.
We have a big lot of Men's Pants at any price you want -
'ive us a call.
Yours for business,
O DHIRSONMAN ,
NEXT TO POSTOFFICE, MANNING, S. C.
We Offer for Sale
LOT->NO. 14.-Eight-room'dwelling, with all necessary outbuildings. Beautiful yard; S3 acresin
grounds; large number fruit trees.
LOT NO. 15.-Six-room house; 2 acres in grounds: 2 tenant houses; barns and stables. -Conven
lent to depot, etc.
LOT NO. 16.-Four-room dwelling, with passage, porches, all newly unished and painted, at Jor
dan, S. C.; 4 acres in lot: can be cut into two good lots; 1 storehouse 25x40, well
situated for business; property right on railroad and closejto school and
churches; 1 ncre set in yo~ung orchard, pears and peaches. Terms: One-half
cash, balance secured by papers.
LOT NO. 6.-Seventeen half-acre lots in end of town that in fast developing. 8250-and 8150 per lot,
according to situation.
LOT NO, 12.-T wenty-two lots in section near dopot for 8300, 8250 and $150, according to size and
When the above two sets of lots are gone there can be no others there, for two
things can't occupy the same space. You know hoi, bad you feel when some
body else gets the lot you want, just when you were about ready for it.---So dont
TKACT NO. 13.-HOW about some mountain property? We have a tract of 481 acres on white
water River, Oconee county, on -sNorth Carolina -line, a few miles from the
famous sapphire settlement. Can be made a splendid summer resort. Property
includes the river for 1%4 miles. Good flshing (mountain trout), bathing, climb
ing. Will sell outright or form a company and take an interest ourselves.
Correspondence invited and prospectus sent on app~lication.
Now that crops are 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 you in either way.
SIJERTlON -REAL ESTATE AGENCY,,
Up In the Sky Scraper.
Sumrnflertonl,- S. C. ~~~