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MANNING. S. C., PEZIL *24. 1907.
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.
A Word to the 6entlemen
We have now in stock a nice line of
Low Cut Shoes that we can guarantee
to give perfect satisfaction, and also a
nice line of Spring Suits and odd Pants
at very reasonable prices.
A nice line of Hanama Hats at $,.50
each. A nice line of Straw Hats and
imitation Panama Hats at 75e. $1.00.
81.25 and $1.50 each. Our line of gents'
fine Fegligee Shirts can't be beat for
style and price-50c, 75c and $1.00. also
a nice line of Negligee Shirts with
Collars and Cuffs attached-something
new and snappy at $1.25 and $1.50 each.
A nice line of gents' Nech wear at very
Verv reasonable prices. In the sum
mer is the time you will need a plenty
of Linen Collars and Cuffs. We have
over 200 dozen Linen Collars and Cuts
in stock now ready to meet the wants
of our patrons. A large line of ladies'
Oxfords just-received, at very close
prices for the cash.
W. E. JENKINSON CO
The Jamestown exposition opens
Q. 0. O'Bryan, Esq. went to Colum
bia Monday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Bunyan Harvin of sil
ver spent yesterday in town.
Rev. Joel I. Allen of Dillon preached
at the Baptist church last Sunday.
. The fire cistern in front of Mr. W.
G. King's residence is about completed.
Mr. R. F. Morris of Turbeville, is
one of the debaters at the Wofford Col
Rev. J. M. Plowden, of Virginia,
conducted the service at the Presby
terian church Sunday night
.Died in Summerton last Thursday,
Mrs. - - Holladay, wife of Mr. J. B.
Holladay, aged about 50 years.
Mr. H. L. Scarborough of Sumter
was in Manning Monday attending the
funeral of his brother-in-law Mr. J. H.
The acts of the General Acsembly
have been printed and distributed and
are now in possession of the law officers
The attendance at the Breach of
Promise suit promises to be very large.
Get your tickets.'They are on sale- at
the Manning Grocery.
Mr. Wilson Brown, who has a posi
tion in a drug store in Florence spent
Sunday in Manning and Jordan with
his father and grand-mother.
The tickets for the Moot Court, will
be on sale at the Manning Grocery. be
ginning tomorrow. Secure them early
and thus insure the best seats.
-Died Monday, at the home of Mr.
Willie Montgomery, Mr. J. McDowell4
Witherspoon. aged about 45 years.
The funeral'took place in Mayesville1
Married on last Wednesday by Mag
istrate J. E. Richbourg, at Brewing-]
ton' Miss Annie Evans and Mr. Edgar
S. Howell. Theibride is the daughter'
of Mr. and Mrs. Wade R. Evans.
On account of the inclement weather
the Woodmen had no meeting last
Monday night, but will meet next
Monday night and a full turnout is re-1
quested. There will be something do
Rev, and Mrs. John 0. Gough left
Manning for their new home at John-I
ston, last Thursday. There were a
number of Mr. Gough's former congre
gation at the depot to see Mr. and Mrs.
Married in Columbia on the 18t.h inst.,
at the home of the bride's mother,
Rev. J. W. Daniel. pastor of the- Sum
ter Methodist church, and Miss Mary
Shuford Ragin, a daughter of the late
Hon. L M. Ragin.
*Dr. William Baker Furman, of!
Charleston, who will -be remembered
as being one of last year's ball players
for the Manning team, came up with1
the medical college boys Monday, and
his friends here were delighted to see
*Mr. Robert Ervin, youngest' brother
of Mrs. R. C. Galluchat and Messrs.
Frank-and E. S. Ervin of this town,
now lives in Harrisburg, Penn., where
he holds a position with a steel con
struction company, is in Manning vis
iting his relatives.
It would be well for council to give
more attention to drainage. The re
cent rains have demonstrated the
necessity for ample drainage. An in
spection of the low places by the board
of health might enforce drainage even
through private property.
-Duid last Sunday, near Davis Station,
Mr. Robert B. James, aged abomt 70
years. The deceased was a veteran of
the civil war, entered the army with
Co. L, 23d Regiment, S. C. V. The fu
neral took place Monday at St. Paul.
Rev. Herbert Jones conducted: .the
We acknowledge from Des. C. S.
Breeden, Frank Harvin and C. E.
Gamble, an invitation to attend the
annual commencement exercires of the
Medical College of South Carolina in
Charleston, this evening. Messrs.
Gamble and Harvin will graduate in
medicine and Mr. C. S. Breedib in
In order to suit the convenience of a
large number of persons who have in
dicated a desire to attend the trial of
the Breach of Promise Suit, it has been
decided to change the hour for the pro
ceedings to commence from 5 o'clock
in the afternoon, to 8 o'clock in the
evening. Let everybody be in their
seats at that hour, as the judge will
call the case promptly2
Mr. J. W. Thompson, who left here
several weeks ago with a prairie sloop
to go over land to "squat" on Canadian
government lands, got as far as Clinton,
and went up against a horse-trader
whose business methods were different
from those employed by the craft in
Newv Mexico, where Mr. Thompson
was a cow boy many years. His con
tact with the South Carolina trader
left T~nompson minus mule and prairie
sloop, but he had his dog, cigarettes
and feet left him to continue the jour -
We would direct the attention of our
readers to the advertisement of The
Arant Co. Drug Store in this issue.
This establishment is wvell equipped
with a first-class stock of f resh drugs,
medicines, and all prescriptions en
truste41 to it are compounded by phar
imacists who are licensed graduates,
men who have stood their examinations
before a board of pharmaceutical doc
tors, who gave them the lawful author
ity to compound medicines and till pre
scriptions. Besides, this concern sell
everything usually handled in a drug
Died last Sunday morning, at Hen
dersonville, N. C., Mr. J. H. Walker.
son of Mrs. M. E. Walker, aged 27
years. The body was brought to Alan
niug Monday and interred in the Man
ning eemetery. The deceased had
been in bad health, lung trouble, for a
long time, and on that account was
forced to give up a thriving mercautile
business here. He went to New Mexi
co in search of health, and did improve
some. He came back home to wind up
his business interests, and with the
family moved to the mountain regions
of North Carolina to prolong his life.
Every woman appreciates a beautiful
complexion, so much desired by men.
Such complexions come to all who use
Hollister's lockv Mountain Tea. 35
cents, Tea or Tablets. Dr. W. E. Brown
The South Carolina Medical. College
team from Charleston came to Man
ning to play a series of games with a
scrub team of this place, but the
weather on Monday was too bad and
there was no game. Yesterday a game
was played and resulted in Manning
clinging tenaciously to 'er record by
getting whipped with - 2ore of 15 to
, in favor of the young saw bones and
pill rollers. The Manning boys have
no organized club, and went out on the
diamond with a bunch of "has-beens"
Dicked up at random, but for several
innings they played good ball, and with
a little practice they will hold their
own with the average amateurs. The
baseball park has been leased from the
Receiver of the defunct association,
and an effort will be made to have good
amateur ball this summer.
Thousands have pronounced Hollis
ter's Rocky Mountain Tea the greatest
power on earth. When medical science
fails, it succeeds. Makes you well and
keeps you well. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets
Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.
Supervisor McFaddin informs us that
he has decided to complete the road to
3ardinia with the chaingang force, and
hat he thinks he can get it in a travel
ong condition in less than sixty days.
When it was first contemplated to build
his road, it vas at the request of a
zood portion of the Salem section, the
ork. and Manning. and to ercourage
he project about *1500 was subscribed
by private individuals in Manning and
sardinia. Until yesterday we were
nder the'impression that none of this
;ubscribed money had been paid in,
but Mr. McFaddin informs us that a
considerable portion had been paid,
and that he thinks he has the data at
home which will give the information,
if he can find it, he will give it to us for
publication. Mr. Jenkinson, the treas
urer of this private fund, says he thinks
the amount paid in from subscriptions
was about 800. and those who have not
paid are the ones who promised to pay
if the road was completed within a cc
tain time, but he thinks there are still
ome who would contribute.He regards
his Sardinia road a. good investment
or the county, and that it will bring a
ery desirable portion of the county in
nuch closer proximity to the court
Bow to Avoid Catching Colds.
As everyone is liable to catch a cold
,nd as colds are dangerous because
hey may terminate in chronic throat
r lung diseases. Every one should be
terested in learning how to' avoid
olds. The way is simple. Never
leep too cold, never fall asleep in a
ld roam, or while sitting in a cold
raft, never sit or lie in a cold room
r a draft. No one ever catches a cold
hen the body and mind are active,
o matter how cold one may get. If
ou are suffering from a cold or its
~ffects. Raydale's Cough Elixir is the
nickest and best remedy you can use.
tydales Cough Elixir is sold under a
~uarantee. 2.5 and 50 cts. a bottle. Dr.
V. E. Brown & Co.
Smmerton's Graded School Corner Stone
The people of Summerton never do
ings by halves, and it is because of
n indomitable perseverance, and an
telligent public spirit the town has
rospered and continued to prosper,
nd everybody in and around Summer
on realizes the benefit both financially
nd socially. Summerton had a very
ood wooden school building, about as
ood as the average, and better adapt
d for the purpose than the school
uilding at the county seat, but the
ide-awake spirit of progress was
roused and they realized that to carry
)ut the scheme of building up the town,
,modern school house must be one of
he greatest inducements. Through
heir representative. Senator C. M.
)vis the necessary legislation was se
ured, and the people of the district
oted for the bond issue practically
manimously. The result is a modern
chool building is in course of construe
ion, and anticipating the good to be
erived people from the surrounding1
~ountry, and elsewhere are moving in,
ouses of an up-to-date pattern have
een built and are in course of builid-]
n, brick stores have been built, and
re being built, and the freight re
eipts at the Summerton depot show a
~remendous increase of business. The
'ise provision of adequate school facil
ties has contributed largely to this
appy condition. The trustees of the
summerton graded school are making
>reparations to celebrate the event of
ang the corner stone to this educa
inal edifice, and on Friday May 10th,
n appropriate program will be carried
ut which will include an address from
ome distinguished educator, and other.
peeches. The whole community will
nterest themselves in the exercises
nd there will be a large turnout.
It would be a paying investment if
the property owners of Manning's
school district would take advantage
f the occasion of the laying of the
orner stone of the Summerton graded
school, if for nothing else, to learn the
dvantage of being public spirited; our
usess men can also obtain a lesson
t Summerton by going there and see
for themselves what a community of
usiness interests can accomplish in a
hort time by pulling together-where
there is a willingness to let every one
ake a living. Whenever and where
ever we see a disposition of public
spirit such as the people of Sum merton
have manifested, we regard it a privi
lege to raise our hat to them, they de
erve commendation, because they
have done something for themselves
nd for those who are to follow the m,
they leave behind a legacy of thrift,
nd an example worthy of following.
Several years ago, an eminent sur
geon removed the entire stomach of a
oman suffering from Cancer. The
patient survived the operation and
ived several months. This woman
had -no use for Rydales' Stomach
ablets. But every one whose stomach
is diseased or deranged does and will
ind these tablets a perfect remedy,
o matter what form of indigestion or
yspepsia affects you.
Rdale's Stomach Tablets give quick
relief and effeet a permanent cure of
the worst forms of stomach disease.
They are sold under a guarantee. Price
25c and 50e a box. Large size contains
2 times the small size Dr. W. E.
Brown & Co.
The undersigned will receive bids
for the building of a two story graded
school building at Sardinia. Specifica-;
tions will be furnished by the commit
tee. Bids will be opened May 1st, at
12 oclook noon at Sardinia. S. C.
S. E. MCFADDix,
D. Ri. Dr BosE,
J. M. PLAYER.
Death of Rev. N. W. Edmunds.
Rev. N. W. Edmund;. D. D., pastor
emeritus of the Pres'>yteran church,
died at his home on North 'Main street
at 3:30 o'clock today. Mr. Ednunds
had been an invalid, following a siroke
of paralysis. for about three years. but.
untili a few days ago his general health
had 1been such that no apprchensiou of
an early termination of his useful life
was felt. He became critically ill last
week. and while there was a tetmporary
rally, it soon became evident that the
end was near at hand. The summons
carne this afternoon and this saintly
man, who had walked uprightiy before
God and man throughout a long life,
has entered into rest.
Nicholas William Edmunds was born
in Richland county. S. C.. September
23, 1831 and was educated in .'\t. Zion
college, Winnsboro, S. C., the South
Carolina college, from which he was
graduated in 1852, and the Theological
Seminarv, Columbia. He taught eight
years at Limestone, and Barhamville.
S. C. During the war he was chaplain
in the Confederate army, preaching at
hospitals and camps.' Subsequently he
was pastor of the churches at Ridgeway
and Hartsville. He came to Sumter
about 30 years ago to teach in the Sum
ter Institute, and during his connection
with this institution it attained its
its highest degree of prosperity and
efficiency. In 1879 he was called to the
nastorate of the Presbyterian church,
wvhich position he held, honored and
beloved by his congregation, until
failing heialth made his resignation
He was married to Mary C. LeLand,
daughter of Rev. A. E. Leland, May
23, 1753, who Lied several years ago.
He is survived by three sons, Messrs.
N. W. Edmunds, Jr., of Richland
county. Robert L. Edmunds, cashier
of the Farmers' Bank and Trust Co.,
and S. H. Edmunds, superintendent of
the city schools of this city, and three
daughters, Mrs. Law of Hartsville,
Mrs. T. B. Fraser and Miss Mamie
Edmunds of this city.
No man who has ever lived in Sum
ter was more respected and beloved.
His life was an exemplification of the
truest Christian character and his ex
mple was a sermon more eloquent than
words.-Sumter Item 17th.
Bears the The Kind You Have Always Bought
Editor The Mannina Times:
On Friday afterhoon Mrs. J.
B. Holladay was buried at Ever
green cemetery. Mrs. Holladay
was the daughter of the late
Ellis R. Richbourg of this com
nunity, and was a lady of great
amiability and will be a decided,
oss to our community.
Mr. W. J. Holladay and wife
of Brunson, were here during
the week to attend upon hisl
mother during her illness.
On Tuesday night, the 30th of'
April, the Summerton Choral
Society will give an entertain
nent. Among the numbers will
be the chorus from the oratorio
'The Holy City," male and fe
nale quartets, vocal and instru
nental solos. There will be
~-eading also by an elocutionist.
together it will be quite a
retentious program and will
epay the attendance of a full'
On Saturday night of the
ourth of May, we will have as
n extra number to the Lyceum
~ourse, The Pace-King Co. This
ompany is composed entirely of'
~emale characters, and will con
ist of singing, instrumental mu
ic and reading.
It was noted by the Alkahest
o., that Summerton had won
or itself an en~viable reputation
y the great success of its Lyce
im course. At the last number
>er 400 tickets were sold, and
tvhile a great many of these
ere to people from surround
.ng districts ,still it is a source
f pride to both town and com
nunity that such was the case.
We understand that another
:ourse for the coming season is
issured. We are fast becoming
the musical centre of the county,
md is another mark of the tre
ntendous awakening of this sec
:ion of the county.
A good many farmers are re
lanting cotton. The corn
~aught by the late freeze has
2ome out and only that on very
ight soil will be entirely lost.
Et is also noted that corn plant
d very deep and in well pre
pared land also escaped with
~omparatively little injury.
There was a hard fought legal
battle in our magistrate's court
his week between members of
he local bar and attorneys of
the Northwestern Railroad. In
everal cases the magi6strate re
served his decisions.
The chief of police swooped
own upon a gang of gamblers
one night lately and Magistrate
Richbourg relieved, them of
seventy-five dollars in lines.
This vwill give- us another hardi
street or serdral hundred feet of
the new artesian well.
Dr. D. 0. Rhame is to put in
beautiful marble Soda Water
Fountain for the summer trade.
This outfit will cost something
like one thousand dollars. This
will give us two places at which
to relieve our innocent thirst.
The old reliable "fountain" at
W. C. Johnson Co.'s is already
It is a girl, and T. S. Rogan,
besides wearing the smile of
honor, says he is no longer the
Zaccheus of the town.
Summerton will entertain sev
eral conventions this fall, be
sides the Knights of Pythias
District Convention already men
tioned. Harmony Presbytery
will meet with the Presbyterian
church this fall.
We understand that the school
trustees are arranging for quite
an elaborate affair some time in
the early part of May. It is in
tended to celebrate the laying of
the corner stone of the new
graded school, and besides the
ceremony attending upon that,
there will be an address by Prof.
Clins~cales of Wofford College .
Bears the The Kind You Hae Awys Bought
New Zion Dots.
The closing exercises of Miss
Craden's school took place oin
the 2( th inst. The rostrim was
l)rettily decorated, aId di Itoer the
liorling exercss. a muagilficent
dinner was served by the ladies.
In the afternoon Dr. I. M. Woods
and Prof. F. Earle Bradhai
made speeches. The doctor coml
plimented the trustees for their1
successful labors, and for the.
erection of the school building.
He said it was an honor to
theni and to their childrel. He
deprecated the poor 'salaries
paid to teachers.
Professor Bradhai began his
eloquent remarks by expressing
his disappointment at Prof. J.
C. Daniel and Senator Appelt
not being present. and then he
enlivened things by telling some
amusing anecdotes. He also
congratulated the trustees on
their good work and compli
mentedi the parents for install
ing a new school building in
how.: of their children. HelI
spoke of the teacher's work in
most glowing terms, and com
plimented her for the most ex
cellent program so well carried
out by her pupils. He then dis
cussed in a most effective way
the subject of compulsory edu
cation, and gave it his hearty
approval. He closed by urging
the people to press onward in
this educational movement and
the uplifting of the counnunity.
The following was the pro
Song-Welcome...... .....By School
Speech-Exhibition Day... Al. Buddin
Concert Exercises.......Primary Boys
Recitation-Advice.. .....Efflie Harly.
................ Wiaht Gibbons
Speech-First EfTort. Danie Hardy
Pantomime-Rock of Ages.........
........................An iie Hicks
Farce-This Paper for Sale..
Little Grandmas........Primary Girls
.. ..................Oive W heeler
Song-Come to the Woodland......
................ .....By School
Temperance Speech.......Ed. Buddin
......................Pearl W heeler
Scenic Reading-Flag N] edley..
Ionologue-As the Moon Rose.
.........................Lucy H icks
Elliott's EmuHsfied Oil Liniment
s the best rubbing Liniment in the
rorld. Tr-y it. One half pint bottle.
nly 25 cents. Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.
~dtor The Manning Times
Mr. Willie Worsham has
noved in his new residence just
~rected near Mr. Itly Burgess'.
The new public road through
~his place is almost completed
nd we hope to soon have up the
nail boxes for the R. F. D. car
ier to come on it.
Miss Ella Monday, in chrg
f the Workman school returned
o her home in Anderson last
Camp No. 332 W. 0. W. at
his place has erected a hand
ome two story hall on church
We have a number of applica
ions to receive into the lodge at
ur next meeting which will be
day 1st. Billy is fat and the
ider-s seem anxious to ride, so
re expect to enjoy the fun.
The friend and relatives of
dr. J. E. Reardon are very
~orry to hear of his 'illness ar.d
rish for him a speedy recovery.
Itch cured in 30 minutes by Woolford's
sanitary Lotion. Never fails. Sold by .
V. E. Brown & Co., Druggists. -
T wo cars of about 700 bales of No. 1
'immothy Bay. Legg & Hutchinson.
Don't forget to stop at Cothran's res
~aurant when you come to town.
Beautiful line of Hammocks at Dick
on Hardware Co. [tf
Don't wait, go and see those cotton.
lanters, guano distributors, harrows,
~ultivators, llows, etc.. for~ sale by
egg & Hutchinson.
Place your orders with us for Tobacco
arn Flues. Dickson Hardware Co. tf
With 1,400 bushels of corn and oats
ought before the heavy advance of
Last week. we are again ready to save
ur customers money. Legg & Hutch
Cotiran's restaurant is for ladies and
entlemen. Opposite Legg's stable.
We have a fine line of Ice Cream
reezers and Water Coolers. Dickson
ardware Co. [tf
Rice, Sugar, Grits, Meal and Flour
n sacks, also Flour in wood and half
ood barrels. We buy in large quan
tities, pay the cash and if we can't
ae you money then we will hush tup.
egg & Hutchinson.
Spartanburg, S. C., April 3, 1907
Write for OUR SPECIAL OFFER,
good for the next thirty days to anyone
esiring a BUSINESS EDUCATION
The Spartanburg Business College,
ESpartanburg, S. C.
Southern Railroad Training School.
Owing to vacation of the schools
throughout the summer, we arc mnak
ing a special oifer of $50.00 for a three
months' course, June, July and August.
This course can be completed by
proper effort in this time on the par-t
of the student. Write us and make
application for scholarship.
L. J1. FRINK,
Mgr. Southern Railroad Training
School. 1206l Main St., Columbia, S. C.
Notice of Discharge.
1 will ap~ply to the Judge of Probate
for Clarendon County on the 16th day
of May 1907, for Letters of Dis
charge as administrator of the estate of
Batow B. King. deceased.
A. D. Witherspoon.
.April 15th 190"'
A New Orleans woman was thin.
Because she did not extract sufficient
nourishment from her food.
She took Scoffs' EmusJIton
She gained a pound a day in weight.
LL DRUGGISTS: 50c. AND $1.00 40
BEST COON. HONEST PRICES.
lID" P AN Y
In the Future
You will know that we carry a full line of Drugs, Medicines, Rub
ber Gooas, Sponges, Toilet Articles, Stationery, Flavoring Ex
tracts and Spices of all kinds, Smoking and Chewing Tobacco,
Cigars, Pipes, Stock and Poultry Powders, Lamps and Lamp Fix
tures, Electric Lamps, Kerosene Oil, House, Wagon and Buggy
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Varnish Stains, Venetian Red, Whiting,
Sand Paper and Garden and Field Seeds.
Graduates in Pharmacy Always Fill Your Prescriptions Here.
Why You Should Patronize D. Hirschmann:
1. Our Lines include practically everything needed by
the general public.
2. Our Qualities are guaranteed, reliable, the same that
are sold by other first-class merchants.
3. With the exceptions of a few articles, the price of
which are dictated by manufacturers.
4. Our Merchandise will not only please you as a cus
tomer but will appeal to you as buyer.
5. We apply the most careful attention to details of
Style and Variety.
6. We are first in the field with the newest productions.
7. We reduce operating expenses to the lowest notch
by selling cheap.
8. We do not lose interest in a customer after we have
sold him a bill.
9. Hundreds of customers who buy of us send us other
10. If other customers have found it largely to their
interest to buy of us. follows naturally that you will too.
C. M. Davis & Co.'s Old Stand.
We want all our friends and customers
Sto come and inspect our line of White Goods.
SYou can come to a speedy settlement of
Syour spring white waist or suit questions,
Sbecause we have done our part in collecting
San assortment of White Goods that compre
Shends every taste, a bigger and handsomer
Scollection than has ever been brought to
g gethier in the history of this store. The
e manufacturers have done their -part by
2 turning out the most beautiful weaves and ~
patterns imaginable. In fact our Spring
SWhite Goods are so superior from every
Sstandpoint that we feel amply justified in
Sasking every lady to visit us before making ~
Fancy White Stripe Lawn, sheer and smooth weave, --
Sinches wide, yard 15c.
White Lawn, narrow stripes. an extra good value,
White Persian Lawn, sheer and fine, full 46 inches
Swide. special the yard, 35c.
S46 inch White French Lawn, sheer and smooth
weave. special price yard, 20c.
Snow White India Lawns, warranted perfect, sheer
Sand smooth, 10c, 12 1-2c., 15c. and 20c. the yard.
Domestic White Organdie a good value at yard 10c. ~
White Piquet, very heavy cord, serviceable forSkirts
at yard 25c.
White Marseilles medium weight, assorted brocaded
Sfigures. satin finish, at yard 15ic. and 20c.
SWhite Goods, very soft and sheer, small shadow
9 Plaids, special the yard, 25c.
White Mercerized Cotton Taffeta, very bard twisted
yarn, medium weight, yard, 25c.
White Lingerie, very fine quality, in plain and checks
at 20c. and 25c. yard.
A great collection of other White Goods
in Linens, Lawns, and Mercerized Waist
9 Goeds. Etc.
The Young Reliable,
ring Your Job Printing to The Times,
We WI Sell
Without Reservation to all that Come to
40 inch White Lawns at 1oc. the yard.
India Lawns at 10c. 15c, 20c. and 25c.
Persian Lawns for Commencement k
Dresses at 25c, 35c, and 50(. the yard.
Figured Lawns at ( 1-4c. the yard.
Very shear Figured Organdies at
81-3c, and loc.
The finest line of Figured Organdies
you ever saw at 12c.the yard.
The largest stock of Ladie's Hats in
town at prices to snit all.
Yard-wide White Figured and Striped
Madras at 12 1-2c, and 15c. the yard,
. that will cost you 20c. anywhere else.
Beautiful line of colored Figured
Madras and Percales at 12 1-2c. Very
neat and pretty for Dresses, Shirtwaists
and Boys' Bodies and Mens' Shirts.
Brown Blouze Linens at 12 1-2c, I5c.
20c, and 25c. the yard.
A fine line of Linen Suitings at 15c.
20c, 25c. and 35c. the yard. Pure White
Linen Suitings at 25c, 50c. and 75c. yd.
Linen Suitings 90 inches wide, only
Black Panama Skirting, 50 inches
wide, only 50c.
All kinds of Black Skirt Goods at all
prices, from 35c. yard to $1.25.
200 dozen Gent's Linen Collars and
Cuffs at 5c, 10c, and 12 1-2c. each.
A large line of Gent's Negligee Shirts
at 50c, 75c, and $1.00.
Nice line of fine Negligee Shirts with
Collars attached at $1.00, $1.50, and
If you need a nice Hat of any kind,
0 either in Straw or iFelt. it.will pay you
to see our line.
- A beautiful line of Panama Hats at
at $7.50 each, also a nice line of soft
Felt Hats in the latest shapes at $1.00,
$1.50, $2.00 and $2.50 each,
A nice line of New Spring Clothing,
also a nice line of New Spring Pants,
all at very close prices.
A full line of Gent's Sumimer Gauze
Undervests, also a fine line of Gauze
- Undervests for Ladies and Misses.
Merit's Summer Elastic Seam Draw
Don't forget that we have now. in
stock a full line of Millinery and we sell
Hats much cheaper than you can buy
them in large cities..
I W. E. Jenkinson Co.
For Convenience and Safety,
Fre Insnce. TmLciBonddlicersaRegua Eamiatsadour eon
tnd oth Ise ienen o. the coniidence reposed in us by the people of Manning
Deposits. October 1, 19'94, $38,154,82.
Deposits October 1, 1905, $72,559.67.
If your patrnae as n any way cntrnbute to our usus, we thank you for same,
Bank of Clarendon, maie~~
The latest creations from
the looms will soon be in the
store of the
Surnarnerton, S. C.
Where you will find also your new Hat and Shoes.
waiting for you.
W.N P. UAIINS & COMPANY
has just received a carload of the Celebrated
This is the best Buggy sold in this section of the State and
is fully warranted. They also carry a full line of other Buggies,
and have on h and a comnplete line of Harness, Whips, Etc. They
The Piedmont Wagon.
All sizes, and which they also warrant to be equal, if not etter
thanany agonsol in this section of the State. Call and see