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M1ANNING. S. C, MAY 1. 1907.
Publishes All County and Town Of
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for ai
change of ad. MUST be ic
this office by Saturday Noon in order to
insure publication the following week.
A Price List That Contains Many ArticIes
Now in Demand.
40 inch White Lawn 10c. per yard.
A large line of beautiful figured
Wash Goods at 6 .1-4c. per yard.
One case of fine figured Organdies
worth 15c. per yd. that we will offer
for the cash at only 10c. per yard.
One case of White Madras 1 yard
wide in neat figures and 4tripes that
cannot be bought elsewhere for less
than 20c. per yard, .re let them go as
long as they last at 15c. per yard.
We have just received a nice line of
Cannon Cloth, 1 yard wide, at the old
price, 12 1-2c. per yard. A beautiful
line of White Linens at 15c. and 25c.
Also a beautiful line of Dure White
Linen Suitings that we are offering at
25., 35c., 50c. and 75c. per yard.
All Linen Suitings 2 1-2 yaids wide
at $1. per yard. A full line of all kinds
of White G6ods for commencement
dresses, with a line line of Lace and
Embroidery Trimmings to match same.
Just received, a large and full stock
of Ladies', Misses' and Childrens' Ox
fords of all kinds, including a-full line
of white canvas Oxfords.
The Millinery season is now just fair
ly opened, and we want to impress this
upon our lady friends that we have a
large stock on hand and propose to sell
very close for the cash, so please don't
buy your spring hat until you see our
W. E. JENKINSON CO.
Remember Friday is Ladies Day at
Died on the 19th near Wilson, Mrs.
Mary E. Cutter, aged about 75 years.
Let everybody be in their seats at.S
o'clock tomorrow evening at the insti
Died last Thursday, Lillian Gough
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lamentine
Newman aged four years.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L. Ricker of Sum
ter were in Manning Monday attending
the Harrison-Ingram marriage.
Married by Rev. J. N. Tolar, near
Providence last Thursday, Young Hol
laday and Miss Alene Richardson.
Mr. Joe Wells will be in the game
Friday, and everybody should come out
and see how Joe cah paste the leather.
Manning and DuRant will cross bats
next Friday at the park, game called
at 4:30. Ladies will be admitted free.
The Clarendon pensioners can now
step up and get their little checks, that
is, if they have not already discounted
The latest reports from Hon. John S.
Wilson is that he was sufficiently
strong to take a walk from the infirm
-'The breach of promise suit comes off
tomorrow evening at the Institute
hail. The proceedings will begin
promptly at 8 o'clock.
Married last Wednesday in the
Episcopal church at Rockvilleon Ward
malaw Island, Mr. H. Drane Tindal, of
Tindal's and Miss Julia Bailey.
The now famous breach of promise
suit to be heard tomorrow evening
promises to be a very amusing enter
tainment. Its~will be rich, rare and
The old soldiers are asked to meet in
the Court House next Saturday at 1.2
o'clock. The reunion begins at Colum
bia on the 7th inst., and the railroad
fare will be $1.25 for rouind trip.
Mr. William M. McKnight, an - aged
gentleman living at Workman, was
quite seriously hurt last Monday by a
horse running away with him. The
last news from him today is quite
There was $3500 appropriated by the
State to help defray the expense of en
tertaining the veterans at Columbia,
but the greater part of this appropria
tion will be spent in entertaining the
The regular meeting of Clarendon
Lodge No. 173 K. of P. has been
changed from Thursday to Friday
night of this week owing to the fact
that the Breech of Promise Suit is on
Thursday night. Don't forget the
Died yesterday afternoon at her home
near Brewington, Mrs. Susan Rebecca
Evans, wife of Mr. Wade R. Evans,
aged r.bout 45 years. The funeral took
place this a.fternoon at Brewington
chimchyard. Rev. R. L. Grier con
ducted the strvice.
Died in Manning last Thursday,
*Lewis Benbow, a colored man who had
the confidence and respect of the com
munity. He was the janitor of the
school, always courteous and attentive
to his business. He was a negro of old
time rearing, and he had many friends
among the white people..
The commencement exercises of the
Pine Grove Graded School takes
place Friday and Saturday of this
wieek. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Bradham
are the teachers of this school, and the
graduating class, Rosa Coker, George
Greene, Russel Morris, Walton Smith,
*David Turbeville, and. Linda Turbe
ville. The Times editor acknowledges
with thanks an invitation from George
W. Green, to be present.
The stock of dry- goods, millinery,
- shoes, etc., of the Mutual Dry Goods
Do., was sold at bankrupt sale last Fri
day. There were a number of bidders
present from abroad. The inventory
showed about $9,000 worth of goods.
The stock was sold for- about $4,200,
bringirig about 50 cents on the dollar.
The party buying the goods is from
Augusta, Ga., and he has rented the
store'until August. where he will con
duct a bankrupt sale to dispose of the
The ladies of the Episcopal church
at Sumnmerton are to have a "Baby
Show" on the afternoon of the 22d.
Here is an opportunity for some ambi
tious man to immortalize himself by
conceiving some scheme whereby the
judges at this baby show can rendei
a decision which will be gratifying tc
all the parents whose little darlings
will be on exhibition. The Times edi
tor has been invited to act as a judge
at the show, but he will before accept
ing the trust, take the matter undel
prayerful consideration, and as a con
*aition of his acceptance, he will re
quire it to be understood that the towr
authorities will afford him am'ple pro
tection in case the decision is rendere
in favor of the Rector's baby, and tha
the decision be read from the real
platform of a moving train leavin
Summerton. Judges for a baby shov
are as precious of their lives as othe:
people, they may be bold and daring
and,the fact of accepting the job woul'
indicate it, but nevertheless their in
trepidity draws the line at bein!
Married by Rev. A. R. Woodso
Monday afternoon, at the home of tb
bride's parents, Dr. Frank E. Harrisol
of Abbeville and Miss Olivia DuRan
Ingram, second daughter of Mr. ani
Mrs. S. E. Ingram. The groom is On,
of Abbeville's most prominent and prc
gressive citizens, besides being a phy
sician, he is the president of a bani
and Grand 'Master of Masons in Soui
Carolina. The bride is one of Man
uig's favorite daughters, a woman u
charming disposition and lovable chat
acter, one who is beloved by old an'
young, and one who will be a valuabl
addition to society in Abbeville, he
new home. The couple left on thi
evening train for . Charleston frov
where they go north.
St. Peters Lodge A. F. M. No. 5
has been invited by Summerton lodg,
to participate in the ceremonies at thi
laying of the corner stone of the grade<
school building at Summerton. Sum
merton lodge has already received fron
the Grand Master, a special dispensa
tion, and on Friday 10th inst, Summer
ton and the surrounding country pro
pose to make the event a memorabl
one. Professor Clinkscales will de
liver an address, and all the masons it
the county will ioin in the ceremonie!
of laying the corner stone. There wil
be a large number of people presen
and to entertain the guests there wil.
be a basket picnic, as a gentleman, at
enthusiastic Summertonian, expressec
it, there will be a plenty of friet
chicken and biled ham, and all thE
advocates of education are wanted tc
be there. Remember the day Friday
May 10th. It will be Summerton'
On last Sunday afternoon there was
an automobile party in the vicinity of
Summerton from Alcolu, and one of
the auto-be-mules came to grief by the
steering apparatus getting out of gear,
and hurling the occupants headlong
into a ditch, leaving the hind legs of
the machine high and dry on the road
side. and the handsome chaffuer crawl
ing out of a watery ditch; like the
famous McGinty he was dressed in his
best Sunday clothes, which he would
aot have been forced to hang on a hick
ory limb, if he had not gone near the
In Sunday school literature there is
recorded the mishaps to bad boys who
go frolicking on Sunday-,Something
always happens., The boy who robs a
bird's nest has a limb to break under
him, and he is taken home with a
broken arm; the fellow who robs an
orchard gets cramps in his stomach, if
he goes in sriming he is drowned, or
makes a miraculous escape, and if he
goes riding in an automobile on Sunday
instead of being in close communion
with his bible, the apparatus gets be
yond his control, he is sent headlong
into a ditch filled with water, and he
must go back home with fisherman's
luck. foral: "Remember the Sabbath
day, to keep it holy."
A special meeting of Harmony Pres
bytery is in session at the Presbyterian
church today. Ministers present: Revs.
James McDowell, Sardinia; J. P Mar
ion, Jr., Sumter; W. S. Porter, Sum
merton; H. A. Knox, Mayesville;
A. R. Woodson, Manning. The
Rev. R. L. Grier, of Greelyville, was
detained'to conduct a funeral service
at Brewington this -afternoon. Elders
present: J.~S. Evans, Midway; J. G.
White, New Harmony; S. P. Oliver,
Richmond; R. J. Mayes, Mayesville;
D. J. Winn, Sumter; David C.
Shaw, Manning. Mr. Ervin, of
the Coulmbia Seminary was licensed by
Presbytery to preach- The new min
ister, Rev. A. R. Woodson, pastor of
the Manning church was formally in
stalled. There was preaching this
morning, the ladies served a bountiful
dinner in the church grove, services
again this afteruoon, and tonight. The
public is cordially invited to worship
It's too bad .to see people who go
from day to day suffering from physical
weakness svhen Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea would make them well.
The greatest tonic known. 35 cents.
Tea or Tablets. Dr. W. E. Browri &
Is School Teaching Retrograding.
At a recent examination of teachers
in Manning, there were fourteen
white applicants, and nine colored, we
are told the questions asked were the
simplest &ver put before teachers in this
county, and strange to say, there was
not an applicant who made an average
which would warrant a ,second grade
certificate. One of the questions was,
"Who represents South Carolina, in
the United States Senate?" An Ap
pidant (white) Answered: "Louis Ap
pelt." This would be amusing were it
not a serious matter. Think of it!
applicants for teacher's certificates
not suffciently versed in current his
tory to know who are the representa
tives in the Senate of the naticn. The
children of the country to be taught
by those who are sadly in need of
teaching. There must be a cause for
this state of things; some body is re
sponsible. Are our educational officers,
board of education, county superin
tendent and trustees responsible
for incompetent teachers? Or is it the
parsimonIousness of the people, who
think a teacher is a teacher, regard
less of qualification. The same ques
tions submitted to the applicants for
teacher's certificates was afterwards
submitted to the tenth grade at- the
Institute, this grade made an average
of over ninety per cent., and no one
would for a moment consider any of
that class competent to teach.
The trouble is, teac~ers do not get
enough pay to justify competency; it is
poor pay, poor teacher.
A man or woman competent to im
part knowledge can obtain more salary
at less irksome, and less responsible
work. and, therefore, the result is,
that. the children's education is mould
ed by inferior and incompetent per
sons.~ The average salaries paid to
teachers is tn inducement only to a
oung man who is preparing for some
other profession, either law, medicine
or the ministry, and while pursuing
his studies he is content to teach for
the small salary and his board, it is
entirely temporary with him, nc
thought whatever of making it _a life
profession, and hence his heart is not
joined with his mind in the work. HE
is simply marking time and drawing
pay, and penurious people imagine
they are getting off cheap. With the
young women, the salary paid is only
an attraction to make a few dollars tc
splurge a new bonnet, and a trip to thE
springs in the hope of catching a hus
band, or if she has already become en*
gaged, a few months teaching will give
her enough money to buy her wedding
dress; no idea whatever .of .contmnuin
her wor-k as teacher,-it is simply r
matter of convenience and a little cash.
That class of teachers are a blight tc
the boys and girls of the land, they, dc
damage to the young, receptive mind,
the teacher whose heart is not in the
work is a criminar, because the mone3
received is obtained under false pre
tenses, it is moral fraud, nothing more,
nothing less. We would not give r
snap of our finger for the work of any
teacher who does not prepare the les
sons for the next day the same as the
children they pretend to teach. The
teacher who goes in the class roort
without baving studiied the tex1
books sufficiently to instruct withoul
the book in hand1, is not prepared ti
teach; that teacher is a recitation hear
er, and any child in the class is as
competent for the work.
This is a serious matter, parent!
should not think lightly upon this sub
ject, the matter lies in their own hand!
whether or not they will submit thei:
children's future-their minds to b
moulded by incompetent hands; ther
should be an a wakening along thi!
line, the people must get together an
i the best can only be had for the pric
a The day for selectng a teacher on a
i count of popularity in the neighbc
t hood is past, a strict examination
I mental and moral qualification mu
only be the test and even then, no pe
- son should be employed to teach scno
- whose purpose is to teach temporaril
But to bring things to this conditi(
L the people must make up their min<
- that the salary of a teacher should k
f attractive enough to justify persous <
- the proper qualifications to prepa
I themselves for the profession.
It might be argued by some, thoE
who are unable on examination to ol
tain a first grade certificate or even
i second grade certificate to teach,
they are given a license they can teac
beginners, but there is the rub,we coi
tend, if the soil is not properly pr(
pared the growth is dwarfish, and
-the foundations, the first step in educo
tion is not properly directed, the edi
cational structure of the child is er
k dangered, and much of the instabilit
of character, and ill directed effort cai
- be traced to the improper handling c
the child when it was taking its fir5
step in education.
There are many men called self-mad
who have astounded the country wit
their ability in all walks in life, thesi
men were known to be without a col
lege education. but investigate thei
ciosely, and it will be found that in al
most every case there was a thoroughl,
constructed foundation of an educatioz
laid when a child, possibly not at ai
organized school, it may have been a
pine knot fireside in the home, bui thi
child was made to know the meaninD
of everything taught it, a system of ed
ucation we cannot obtain from teacher
who merely hold a book and he.-r reci
tations for so much per month, ani
constantly longing for the session t<
end so they can continue their studie
for a profession. or Let married, oi
frolic at a summer resort.
Wonderful Eczema Cure.
"Our little boy had eczema for flvy
years," writes N. A. Adams, Henriet
ta, Pa. "Two of our home doctors saic
the case was hopeless, his lungs, beidc
atfected. We then employed other doc
tors but no benefit resulted. By chance
we read about Electric Bitters; bough
a bottle and soon noticed improvement
We continued this medicine until sev
eral bottles were used, when our boi
was completely cured." Best of a]
blood medicines and body buildinc
health tonics Guaranteed at The Aran1
Co. Drug Store. 50c.
There was a pretty wedding solemn
ized at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A
Burgess at Foreston, Wednesdaj after
noon April 24th, at 4:30 o'clock, the
contracting parties being their pretty
and accomplished second daughter
Miss Cleo, and Mr. C. C. Richards a
popular young lumberman of Hardee
ville, S. C.
Miss Laura Burgess, sister of the
bride was maid of honor and Mr. J.
Alex Montgomery was best man. The
The ceremony was beautifully and im
pressively performed by Rev. R. L.
Grier of'the Presbyterian church. The
bride was sweetly attired in a white
satin princess, and carried a lovely
boquet of bride's roses.
The parlor was tastily decorated, the
color scheme white and green was
beautifully carried out. The immense
popularity of the bride was attested by
the many handsome presents received.
Immediately after the ceremony the
happy pair left amid the felicitationm
of their friends and showers of rice and
old shoes, for Augusta, Ga., and othei
southern points of interest.
Of all the fruits there are in the land.
That grow on bush or .tree,
I would give up the choicest ones
For Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea.
Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.
Special to The Me.?ning Times:
Messrs. J. 0. Dennis and J. Smith
were in Manr ing last Thursday on busi
Mr. Carrol Reddic, of Columbia, was
here last week to see his aunt, who re
turned with him.
Rev. L. L. Bedenbaugh, accompanied
by Mr. W. J. Turbeville, is at Heath
Springs -....ttending the District Confer
Mr. Carl Cole is improving and will
soon be able to go. back to his work
again. He was hurt very bad sometime
ago in Alderman's woods while work
ing one of the skidders. His arm was
brken and his shoulder badly bruised.
Master John Castine, who has been
attending school here, left Saturday
morning for his home in Columbia.
In the abseuce of Rev. L. L. Beden
baugh, Rev. R E. Smith occupied the
pulpit here on Sunday afternoon.
As was announced in our iast letter
the closing exercises of the Pine Grove
scool wiId take place next Friday eve
nig at 8 o'clock. On the following day
the exercises of the graduating class
takes place. The public is cordially
invited to attend with well-filled bask
The League social held at the Meth
odist parsonage last Friday night was a
reat success. The League is doing
better work now and at the expiratiot
of the school term, we loose one of our
best. omicers in Prof. F. E. Bradham.
Several years ago, an eminent sur
geon removed the entire stomach of
woman suffering from Cancer. The
patient survived the operation ani
lived several months. This womat
had no use for Rydales' Stomaci
Tablets. But every one whose stomaci
is diseased or deranged does and wil
find these tablets a perfect remedy
no matter what form of indigestion 01
Rdale's Stomach Tablets give quicd
relief and effect a permanent cure o
the worst forms of stomach disease
They are sold under a guarantee. Pric<
25c a~ 50c a box. Large size contain:
2+ times the small size. Dr. W. E
Brown & Co.
To The People of Manning.
In behalf of the base ball team of th<
Medical College of South Carolina al
low me to extend most sincere an<
hearty thanks for the very kind treat
ment accorded and the many pleasantat
tentions shown the members of our bal
team while in your midst last week
Every member of the team was ver:
favorably impressed with the peopli
and town of Manning, and all say the:
are ready and glad at any time to pla;
the Manning boys again.
Artists have no trouble in securin
models. The famous beauties have dis
carded corsets and have become model
in face and form since taking Hollis
Iter's Rocky Mountain tea. 3.5 cents
jTea or Tablets. Dr. W. E. Brown 4S
To The People of Clarendon:
The Mutual Dry Goods Company9
stockof goods.was sold to us at a bank:
rupt sale, under a decree of the Unitec
States Court and we propose to giv<
the people of this section an opportun
itv to take advantage of the bargai
we will have to offer. We are here ta
sell these goods, and are now preparing
for a big sale. The sale will soon takt
place and you will be notified. Thi
stock is now ready for inspection, an<
the store will be open from day to da;
for that purpose. Salesmen and sales
SH APIRO & LEVKOFF,
c. Spent Night In a Tree Top.
c- Summerton, April 24.-Special: N
r~ little excitement was caused in th
midst of our usually serene town ycE
" tercay when it was reported on th
streeis that Dr. Leon Fischer, c
Charleston. and Master Benny BrOad
way had been eiuher lost in the swami
or drowned in the Santec River. Thi
's facts in the case are both tli us an
On Monday morning Dr Fischer ant
e his young brother-in-law left Summer
ton to go for an all-day fish at Kuddh<
e Lake, several miles below; here, in the
Santee Swamp. When a few hour.
a after dark the two did not return some
uneasiness was felt, as at about dark
the borse which they had driven came
home with an empty buggy.
Immediately searching partie3 were
started out in that direction and, aftet
an all-night hunt. failed to find any
trace of the young men. To add to the
- alarm felt, a boy, who had just return
Y ed from the swamp. reported that the
river was rising at a rapid rate. and
t that the creeks and lakes were about
overflowed. This report, in view of the
fact that heavy rains had prevailed
over the State for the previous twenty
four hours,aroused the whole town.
Abou a half-dozen searching parties
were made up at about 10 o'clock yes
terday, consisting of some of the best
men in the town. Their efforts were
Late in the afternoon the missing
ones turned up in the town. Dr. Fischer
with - a badly sprained and painful
ankle, and the youngster a bit upset
because on his long night's vigil in the
top of a troe in the swamp Monday
Dr. Fischer and the young boy both
declare most emphatically that they
were surrounded on all sides by several
large and maliciously inclined animals
after nightfall Monday night and,
having had no guns, they were forced
to seek refuge in the tree tops. Glar
ing eyeballs looked longingly up at
them all the night through, they say,
and they are happy to have escaned
with their lives. '
Dr. Fischer's injury is painful, but
not serious. He is resting easily at the
home of his father-in-law, Mr. Joe
Broadway.-News and Courier.
Bow to Avoid Catching Colds.
As everyone is liable to catch a 'cold
and -as colds are dangerous because
they may terminate in chronic throat
or lung diseases. Every one should be
interested in learning how to avoid
colds. The way is simple.. Never
sleep too cold, never fall asleep in a
cold roam, or while sitting in a cold
draft, never sit or lie in a cold room
or a draft. No one ever catches a cold
when the body and mind are active,
no matter how cold one may get. If
you are suffering from a cold or its
effects. Raydale's Cough Elixir is the
quickest and best remedy you can use.
Rydales Cough Elixir is sold under a
guarantee. 2.5 and 50 ets. a bottle. Dr.
W. E. Brown & Co.
Sacred Monkeys of India.
In "Living Animals of the World"
some curious stories are told about the
habits and characteristics of the mon
key tribes. It seems that the entellus
monkey is the most sacred of all in
India. It Is gray above and nutty
brown below, long legged and active, a
thief and an impudent robber. In one
of the Indian cities they became such
a nuisance that the faithful determin
ed' to catch and send away some hun
dreds. This was done, and the holy
monkeys were deported in covered
carts and released many miles off. But
the monkeys were too clever. ,Having
thoroughly enjoyed their ride, they re
fused to part with the carts and, hop
ping and grimacing, came leaping all
the way back beside them to the city,
grateful for their outing. One city ob
tained leave to kill the monkeys, but
the next city then sued them for "kill
ing their deceased ancestors."
Itch cured in 30 minutes by Woolford's
Sanitairy Lotion. Never fails. Sold by
W. E. Brown & Co., Druggists.
Remember you can eat any time at
Beautiful line of Hammocks at Dick
son Hardware Co. [tf
Be sure and see Cothran when you
come to town and get hungry.
Place your orders with us for Tobacco
Barn Flues. -DicksonHardware Co. tf
We have a fine line .of Ice Cream
Freezers and Water Coolers. Dickson
Hardware Co. .[tf
Now in stock-two carloads or 75,000
select drawn cypress-heart Shingles
Legg & Hutchinson. .
Columbia Brick. We have an order
placed for 50,000 shipment to commence
soon. Leave your orders with us now.
Legg & Hutchinson..
A.nchor Brand Lime. By buying in
a very large quantity we are again
enabled to offer the finest Lime ever
sold here at a reasonable price. The
first car will arrive about the 15th,
inst. Legg & Hutchinson.
Wanted-Several experienced sales
ladies and gentlemen to assist in the
sale of the Mutual bankrupt stock. Ap
ply in person at the Mutual Dry Goods
store. Shipiro & Levkoff, Managers.
Spartanburg, S. C., April 3, 1907 '
Write for OUR SPECIAL OFFER,
good for the next thirty days to anyone
desiring a BUSINESS EDUCATION
The Spartanburg Business College,
Spartanburg, S. C.
Just arrived, another sh ipment. of
Tyson & Jones and Corbett Buggies.
Can furnish any size. color and style
with prices to suit the times. We car
ry full line of everything needed on
the farm, just let us know what you
need, we are in shape to supply your
wants. Fine line or Llorse medicine on
hand all the time. Try a bottle of
Hanford's Balsam of Myrrh on your
horse. Money back if you want it.
D. M. Bradhamn.
Southern Railroad Training School.
Owing to yacation of the schools
tbroughou& the summer, we are mak
ing a special offer 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 part
of the student. Write us and make
application for scholarship.
L. J. FRINK,
Mgr. Southern Railroad Training
School, 1206:1 Main St., Columbia, S. C.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Probate
for Clarendon County, bn the 30th day
of May, I907, for letters of discharge
as administratrix of the estate of Reu
ben R. Hudgins, deceased.
MARY M. BRYAN.
A pril 29th, 1907.
I have opened up a Meat Market in
-the Galluchat Building, below the post
office, where I will keep the bestiFresh
Meats of all kinds there the market
affords. All that I ask is that you give
me a trial.
Yours to please,
A Phone 7l.
Scoft's Emulsion strengthens enfeebled
nursing mothers by increasing their flesh and
It provides baby with the necessary fat
. .. and mineral food for healthy growth.
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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
wthich 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. I. Davis & Co.'s Old Stand.,
SIf you want some of the good things we are
Soffering now. We are speaking inl your in
Sterest, not our own, in urging you to come
Sand secure some of the following before
Sthey are all sold. If you are a judge of
SGoods and have judgment in values, you
Sit to yourself not to miss securing these:
500 Yards India Linon, the best ever offered
at the price of 5c. yd.
- 10 Pieces India Linon, others ask 10c. for
some not as good. while its here at 8 1-3c. yd.
10 Pieces very floe quality India Linon
would be cheap at 12 I-2c., our price to you 10c.
500 Yards of other splendid valnes in White
Lawns from 12 1-2 to 25c. yd.
* ~ Hlere's extra special values in Linen
Suitings, 36 inch Pure Linen for Waists and
Suits, would be cheap at 40c. yard, our price 25c.
Here's some splendid values in colored
Batistes, Lawns, Etc..
18 Pieces nice quality Batiste assorted pat
terns, Dots, Flowers, etc., others ask 6 1-4c. and
8 1-3c. for these, we are oftfering them at Sc. yd.
50 Pieces of colored .Organdies, some rich
patterns in this lot and the quality comes up to
the regular 10c. goods, we are offering them at
8 1-3c. the yard.
25 Pieces of colored La~wns, Dots, Stripes,
Flowers, etc., qality all that could be desired,
at 10 and 12 1-2. yd.
We believe in always giving the best for
The Young Reliable,.
ikm Your Job Printin to The Times.
We Will Sell
Without Reservation. to all that Come to
-. 40 inch White Lawns at loc. the yard.
India Lawns at loc, 15c, 20c,'and 25c.
Persian Lawns for Commencement
Dresses at 25c, 35c, and 50c. the yard.
Figured Lawns at 6 1-4c. the yard.
Very shear Figured Organdies at
81-3c, and 10c.
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 suit 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\ P.re 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 c, 10c, and 12 1,2c. each.
A large line 6f Gent's NegligeeShirts
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,
either in Straw or IFelt. it will pay you
to see our line:
A-beautiful~iine of Panama Hats at
at $7:50 each, also a nice line of soft
Felt Hats in the latest shapes at $1.00,
$15,$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 Summer 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.
W. E. Jenkinson Co,
For Convenience and Safety,.
You should deposit your money in a good bana. As for safety, we have Burglary and
Fire Insurance. Time Locir, Bonded Officers and Regular ExaminatIons, and our con
tinued growth Is evidence of the confidence reposed In us by the people of Manning
and the surrounding country.- -
Deposits October 1, 19'94, $38,154,82.
Deposits October 1, 1905, $72,559.67.
.If your patronage has in any way contributed to our success, we thank you for same
if you are not already our patron, you are Invited to become one
Bank of Clarendon, Xa gS.2
The latest creations from
the looms will soon be in the<L
store of the
Where you will find also your new Flat and Shoes
waiting for you.
Wi. P. HAWKN & COJWLI
has just received a carload of the Celebrated
This is the best Baggy sold in this section of the State and
is fully warranted. They also carry a full line of other Buggies,
and ha~ve on hand a complete line of Harness, Whips, Etc. They
also have on hand
The Piedmont Wagon
All sizes, and which they also warranat to be equal, if not- .etters
than any wagon sold in this section of the State. Call and see
themn when in need of-good vehicles.