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MIAN' N.S . MAY 15, 190-1.
Publishes All County and Town Of
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MtTsT be in
this office by Saturday Noon in order to
insure nublication the following week.
Items-of Interest to all Clarendon County.
We have quite a nice lot of ladies
Muslin Underwear that have been
slightly soiled from handling and we
propose to clean it out at the following
One lot of ladies Muslin Night Gowns
75c. will close at 49c.
One lot of ladies Muslin Night
Gowns S1.00 value will close them out
One lot of ladies Night Gowns nicely
trimmed value $1.50 will close out at
One lot of ladies Muslin Pants 40c.
value will close at 23c.
One lot of ladies Muslin Undershirts
75c. value will close at 43c. each.
One lot of ladies Muslin Undershirts
$1.25, will go at 89c. each.
1 Lot of Ladies' fine Muslin Under
skirts $1.50, and $1.75 value, will go at
1 Lot of Gents' Negligee Shirts 50c.,
will go at 35c. each.
Gents' white peppered Jean Elastic
Seam Drawers, value 65c. will go at
47c. per pair.
W. E. JENKINSON CO.
Don't forget the ball game tomorrow.
The supervisor's report was crowded
out this week.
Manning vs. Pinewood tomorrom,
game called at 4:30.
Capt. T. H. Harvin of Silver spent
Saturday in town.
Ir. Willie Burgess of Sumter spent
yesterday in town.
Mr. W. E. Selby attended the ball in
Georgetown last week.
The fire cistern in front of Clark's
warehouse is now completed.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Harvin of Priva
teer visited Manning last week.
Mr. Ingram Bradham is at home for
the summer from Farman University.
Miss Lila Hammet of Kingstree vis
ited Miss Massey Lee Estes last week.
Mr. James Dickson - was called to
Black Mountain, N. C., Saturday to
the illness of his baby.
Everybody attend the reading and
musicale this evening at Institute Hall.
The proceeds go to a good course..
The Knights of Summerton had a
jolly time last night entertaining
guests at smoker. There were several
from Manning present.
Last Thursday Mr. Perry Stukes a
hard working young farmer living near
Davis Station had the misfortune tz
have his house destroyed by fire.
We were pleased to meet Rev. Spruil
of Paxville, in Manning Monday, the
new pastor of Paxville, Home Branch
and Graham Baptist churches.
Read Jenkinson & Horton's insurance
advertisement in this issue and see
them when you need fire insurance.
They represent the best companies in
Shapiro & Levkoff the bankrupt
stock concern announce in this issue
that they will only remain here 10 days
longer, as they have received orders to
take charge of other stock.
The Paiville school closing takes
place Friday evening. Soheitor Tim
merman delivers the annual address
and the "Appelt Medal" will be de
livered by the editor of The Times.
The friends of Capt. D. J. Bradham
-were somewhat alarmed when they
learned that on his return from the
reunion he was quite ill. They will
be pleased however to know that he is
-able to be out at his business again.
The schools of .the country are pre
paring to close up their sessions to
take their annual vacation, and the
editor is being overwhelmed with in
vitations, but few of which he can ac
cept, much..to his re-gret.
Before .eaving home to attend court
look at the label of your paper, it will
tell you .when your subscription ex
pired, then come in and give ,us what
you owe, which we have been waiting
for so patiently and are needing so
Married Sunday morning by Rev.
A. R. Woodson, at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. John E. DeMars
and Miss Mayme Harvin, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Harvin. The cou
pie took the train for 'Columbia, where
the groom will undergo ,an operation
for appendicitus at Dr. Knowlton's
The Brewington gun club had a big~
shoot and a fine dinner- at .Brewington
lke last Friday which was enjoyed
hugely by the large number of sports
.men present. .Clay pigeons were used
and Mr. H. D. Plowden came out
second best, being out shot by Mr. B.
P. Fulton. The crowd had plenty of
fish and John Player maintained his
record at the feast.
There came ,pear being a serious
race riot at Rhems, in Williamsburg
county, caused from the killing of a
negro by a white man 'last Saturday
night. Rhems is a cross roads near the
line of Williamsburg and Georgetown
counties, and is thickly pulated with
blacks, and sparsely settledy whites.
When it was discovered he negroes
were organizing to avenge the death of
one of their race, the matter was re
ported to the sheriffs of Williamsburg
and Georgetown counties, and they got
\into communication with the Governor
and by this prompt action prevented
Swhat bid fair to a serious riot.
A few days ago a young, well-dressed
white man, apparently 23 years -of age,
j eving in Clarendon, was in Manning,
~and he informed the writer that he was
married and had one child, that neither
his wife or himself could read or write.
He was raised within a short distance
from a school house and a church, and
his wife was reared in the same neigh
borhood, that appreciating the value
of knowing how to read and write, he
says that he and his wife are deter
mined to have their child educated as
soon as it is old enough to begin. It- is
indeed surprising that in this day and
time there should be a white man or a
woman in this county under the age of
25 years who cannot read and write.
We hope there are not many such.
Hon. George B. Cromer, of New
berry delivers the annual address- at
the Moses. Levi Memorial Institute
Monday evening, June 3rd. The school
has been very fortunate in securing
the services of this distinguished
gentleman, who was an educator of a
high order. Since retiring from col
lege work as president of thne New
berry College, he has distinguished
himself in the practice of law, and has
frequently been spoken of for high
public honors. Maa~y people through
out the State recognizing his broad
culture and ability endeavored to per
suade him to become a candidate for
the United States Senate last summer.
We feel assured the address will be a
Rev. A. R. Woodson, pastor o! the
Manning Presbyterian church has
certainly performed a nonder in the
collection of funds necessary to take
up a note with interest due, by his
church, tomorrow, amounting to 85,
350. The last report we had of his
effort was that he bad collected about
$5,200,and that by noon tomorrowhe will
get the balauce. Mr. Woodson and his
cougregaticon appreciate sincerely the
assistance given to them from outside
of the membership. To raise this
amount of money at this time of the
year, following a bad collection year,
came very hard upon the contributors,
but if the entire congregation had re
sponded according to ability, to meet
this obligation of the membership, it
would not have been so burdensome on
a few, as it is, there were some who
strained themselves to attest their
fealty to the church and preserve its
Quick as Lightning.
Is Elliott's Emulsified Oil Liniment
to penitrate the pores of man or beast.
Half pint bottle, 25 cents. Guaranteed
by Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.
Editor The *Manning Times:
Our communion services at
Midway church closed on last
Sunday after a very pleasaht
and profitable meeting which
was conducted by Rev. Jas. Mc
Dowell and Rev. Mr. Workman.
There were two sermons each on
Friday and Saturday and one on
Miss Lizzie Worsham of San
dy Grove is the guest of Miss
Lottie Woods this week.
The ladies of this community
met last Tuesday afternoon at
the new manse which has just
been completed, for the purpose
of cleaning and dusting the
house. A great deal of work
was done, but they still have
more to do" before things are
quite ready fo- our pastor to
Miss Lottie Woods charming
ly entertained a few of her
friends on last Wednesday even
ing in honor of her guest Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Mc
Faddin entertained the Sardinia
Choral Club at a pleasant social
meeting on last Thursday even
ing. There were several visi
tors present and a most delight
ful evening was spent by each
of the participants.
On last Thursday afternoon
about 4 o'clock all of the young
people of Sardinia gathered at
the new causeway where they
were joined by a crowd of the
DuRant folks, and after about
an hour and a half of chatting
and- fishing, dainty little lunch
boxes were opened and served
on the grounds by chaperons,
Mesdames. F. E. DuBose, J. E.
Cousar and Mrs. Walter Mc
Faddin. It will be remembered
as one of the most delightful
occasions of the season.
Quite a sensation was created
in the home of Mr. T. H. Mc
Faddin on last Friday evening
by their bird dog. They were all*
seated at the dining table eating
supper, when the dog which was!
under the table was taken with
hydrophobia. Mr. McFaddin was
not home, but his brother, Mr.
Earl McFaddin, was in the room
and in his haste when he reach
ed for the gun it fell and dis
charged, the load entering the
floor, but otherwise doing no
damage. Finally .the dog was
killed before it bit anyone.
Several of the young folks of
this place attended the picnic at
Shiloh today. L.
Rates from 'Manning, S. C., as fol
Season ticket, $17.60. Sold daily
April 19th to November 30th.
60 Day ticket, $14.70. Sold daily
April 19th to November 30th.
10 Day ticket. $13.05. Sold daily
April 19th to November 30th.
Coach Excursion -$7.40. Sold each
Tuesday; limit seven days. Endorsed
"not good in parlor or sleeping cars."
Through Pullman sleeping cars from
Port Tampa and Jacksonville, Fla.,
Atlnta and Augusta, Ga., Wilming
ton. N. 0.. via the Atlantic Coast Line
Write for a beautiful illustrated
folder containing maps, descriptive
matter, list of hotels, etc. For reser
vations or any information, address W.
J. Craig, Passenger TraY.c Manager,
or T. 0. White, Generes Passenger
Agent, Wilmington, N. C.
Special to The Maaning Times:
On last Thursday evening the
junior Epworth League held a
very interesting social at the
residence of Mr. M. J. Morris.
Refreshments were served and
the little ones had a most en
Several of our people attend
ed the closing exercises of the
Shioh school last Friday even*
ing, also the picnic the following
day. The entertainment was
one among the best ever seen
around here, and Mr. Rudolph
Player a skillful actor was
awarded a medal for the best
performance. Miss Bertha
Broadway of Pinewood, who is
a sister of the teacher, came
over for the picnic and will re
main here visiting friends,
There will be an ice cream
festival next Friday evening,
proceeds to go to the parsonage.
Everybody come out and help
Dr. W. H. Woods spent Sun
day with his parents at sardinia.
Arant Drug Co. sells Longman &
Martinez L. & M. Paints in pints and
quarts at half-gallon price.
A Vegetable Roast.
Boy -- Ma, I thought you said the
Specks were vegetarians. Ma-So I
did; they are. Boy-Well, I heard Mr.
Specks tell pop that when he got home
late the other night Mrs. Specks had a
roast waiting for him.
Not Ini Ris Line.
Lawyer-You should learn sh,,rthand
and typewriting, Billy. The Office Boy
-Aw g'wan!l I never cared fer fiow
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BEATEN BY A HAIR.
NMannibal Hamlin's First Try For the
United States Senate.
When Hannibal Hamlin was speaker
of the Maine house of representatives,
away back in the forties of the last
century, there was in that body a cer
tain gentleman of faultless attire,
pleasing manners, good address and
some reputation, but he had one foible.
His hair was very thin, and he was
highly sensitive in regard to it.
To hide his approaching baldness he
had a habit of carefully stroking with
bandoline or other preparation each
particular hair in its place. One day
'while in the chair as speaker Mr. Ham
lin, in the Innocence of a good and
joke loving nature, sent for this gen
tleman and, looking fixedly at his
smooth and polished pate, said with a
"Blank, old fellow, I just wanted to
tell you that you've got one of the
hairs of your head crossed over the
"You insult me, sir! You Insult me!"
replied the member, with unexpected
and altogether unnecessary indigna
tion, and then, refusing to listen either
to reason or explanation, he left the
speaker's desk and returned to his seat.
When Mr. Hamlin became a candi
date for the United States senate this
gentleman was a member of the upper
house of the Maine legislature. Al
though a member of the same party
and only one more vote was needed to
secure Mr. Hamlin's election, he posi
tively refused to vote for the man by
whom he believed he had been Insulted.
He was defeated for a seat In the
senate-by a hair, but when the next
vacancy occurred he was elected.
"Lives of Twelve Illustrious Men."
THE FIRST AUTOMOBILE.
It Was Made In 1572 and Was Work
ed by a Coiled Spring.
"The first automobile," said the
chauffeur, "was made by Johann Hau
stack of Nuremberg in 1572. Its mo
tive power was neither oil, steam nor
electricity, but a coiled spring.
"The first steam automobile was built
In France by Cugnot in 1770. It Is still
to be seen. It is one of the star exhib
its of the Conservatoirewdes Arts et
Metlers in Paris. Steam carriages mod
eled after it were built by Wilm
Murdoch, James Watt, Nathan Read
and Richard Trevethick. These are,
most of them, in museums in London
"Several steam carriages plied for
hire on the streets of London at the
beginning of the nineteenth century,
but they were so slow, noisy and heavy
that the people did not take to them.
"The first modern automobile was
built by Amadee Bollec In 1873. Bolec
exhibited his car in Vienna and in
Paris, and other men, as is always the
ase, devised improvements on It. Au
tomobiles, by about 1890,- began to ap
pear in the jokes of the day. They had
taken their place. But it was not until
the annual cup races began in France
in 1894 that the automobile became a
really popular institutlon."-New Or
Bowdoin college (pronounced Bod'n)
was founded at Brunswick, Me., in
L79&. It was named in honor of
James Bowdoin, an American states
man In high standing, who died in
790. His son, James Bowdoin, a gen
tieman of wealth, who later served In
iplomatic circles, being United States
inister to Spain, 1805-08, gave to the
ollege at its founding 1,000 acres of
land and $5,000 In money. At his
eath in 1811 he willed to the institu
-on a number of valuable gifts-,00C'
ares of land, a library of several thou.
sand books, a collection of fine paint
igs and an assortment of scientific
apparatus. This Institution, where the
oet Longfellow. taught for tive years,
as preserved Its high standing from
seven In Humaan ILife.
A writer divides the human life as
'ollows: At three times seven a man
reaches a competent age in the eyes
of the lawr at four times seven he Is In
'ull possession of his strength; at five
times seven he is fit for the business of
the world; at six times seven he b0
comes grave and wise if he Is ever des
tined to; at seven times seven he is
in his apogee, and from that time he
begins to decay; at eight times seven
he is in his first climacteric, at nine
tmes seven he is in his grand cllmac
terie, and at ten times seven he has
reached fhe allotted span of life.
A Tough Chicken.
A New Orleans man has proved that
a chicken can live twenty-three days
without food or water. He makes af
fidavit that when his family moved re
cently a chicken securely nailed in a
box was In the cellar of the new house,
having been forgotten by the former
tenants. Twenty-three days later the
took was moved to explore the cellar
and discovered the chickso, emaciated,
but still much alive.
Itch cured in 30 minutes by Woolford's
Sanitary Lotion. Never fails. Sold by
W. E. Brown & Co., Druggists.
Some remarkable mistakes in me
morials have totally escaped notice un
til it was too late to rectify them. The
spurs on the boots of Cromwell's
statue at Westminster abbey, London,
are the most Interesting feature of the
monument, although they generally
get no attention at all from sightseers.
They are worn upside down. In a
painted window on the staircase which
leads from the floor of Westminster
palace to the committee rooms an in
scription on a sword wielded by the
"Black Prince" has the words "Prince
of Wales." Again, in the fresco de
picting the embarkation of the pilgrim
fathers in the corridor leading from the
outer lobby at St Stephen's to the
house of lords the Mayflower is shown
to be hoisting the union jack, a flag
which did not come into existence un
til 250 years after the days of the his,
A kiss is a peculiar proposition-of
no use to one, 'yet absolutely bliss to
two. The small boy gets it for nothing,
the young eas to steal it and the old
man~ has to buy it. The baby's right,
the lover's privilege, the hypocrites
mask. To a young girl, faith; to a mar
ried women, hope; and to an old
charity. The bliss of the kiss however,
is frequently lessened. or lost entirely
on account of offensive breath of one
or both of the participants caused by
indigestion or dyspepsia. T oere is no
occasion for this condition though for
the reason that Rydale's Stomach Tab
lets will soon correct the stomach
trouble and do away with the bad
breath. They [the Stomach Tablets,
not the kiss] are guaranteed by Ibr. W.
E. Brown & Co., of Manning, S. C.
Directions: Take two boxes Rydale's
Stomach Tablets and follow up with
hks as fe nn as onvenient.
The court of general sessions con
venes in Manning Monday, June 3d.
Hon. R. W. Memminger will preside.
Miton Stukes, Foreston; W. G.!
King, Manning: H. R. Meldeau, Sun-:
muerton; H. D. Berry, Alcolo; 1- ).
Batcman, Summertot,: M. A. Morris,
New Zion; H. A. Richbourg, Sum
Merton; J. L. Johnson, Davis; W. L.
Brunson, Summerton; N. B. Davis,
Manning; E. A. Corbett, Manning;
Selwyn Dingle, Summerton; M. D.
Beard, New Zion; S. T. Ivy, Turbe
ville; J. L. Elliott, Silver; A. N. Dur
ham, Foreston; C. H. Touchberry,
Manning; llobt. E. Hodge, Alcola;
E. B. Andrews, Manning; C. F.
Ridgeway, Foreston; J. B. Bagnal,
Alcolui; J. J. Coulliette, Silver; J. D.
Daniels, Manning; W. T. Touch
berry, Manning; B. M. Hardy, New
Zion; J. H. W. Childers, Davis; E. M.
Bradham, Paxville; F. W. Dickson,
Manning; P. R. Alderman, Alcolu;
S. C. McKenzie, Lake City; E. P.
Mathis, Silver; J. R. Hodge, Alcolu;
David Shoemaker, Silver; J. G.
Floyd. Turbeville; W. B. Evans, Jr.,
New Zion; J. C. Frierson, Manning.
Disturbed the Congregation.
The person who disturbed the con
gregation last Sunday by continually
coughing is requested to buy a bottle
of Foley's Honey and Trr. The Arant
Co. Diug Store.
Beautiful line of Hammocks at Dick
son Hardware Co. [tf
500 Ladies Gauze Vest, taped neck
5c each. J. H. Rigby. [34-3t
Drawn Cypress Shingles. 75,000 for A
sale. Legg & Hutchinson. 4
Don't wait, buy it now. Binder 4
Twine. Legg & Hutchinson.
Place your orders with us for Tobacco
Barn Flues. Dickson Hardware Co. tf
We have a fine line of Ice Cream
Freezers and Water' Coolers. Dickson
Hardware Co. [tf 4
800 yds. of White and Colored Lawns
Norsh 8ic today for 5c yard. J. H.
Prince George Corn sweet and ten
der. special price 10c can. Manning 4
Grocery Co. 4
We have the Blue Flame Oil Cook 4
Stoves and Ranges, all sizes and prices.
Dickson Hardware Co. [tf
Flap Jack Flour makes Breakfast
worth while, 121c package at The 4
Manning Grocery Co. 4
Be sure and see Cothran's Gem Cafe 4
for eatables. when in town. Special
attention given ladies.
Eat Prunes and put the doctors out
of business. All sizes and prices at
The Manning Grocery Co. 4
On ice-Delicious Brown Seal Choc- 4
olates, a dozen varieties, 50c pound.
The Manning Grocery Co.
Try Pineapple Wafers in your Gela
tine. They are fine 20c can. Man
ning Grocery Co. 4
A can of nice early June Peas for 8c. 4
A can of nice Lima Beans for 9c. at
The Manning Grocery Co.
We are out of Corn and Hay today,
but expect a large shipment last of this
week. Legg & Hutchinson.
Attention ladies, sell your Chickens
and Eggs at Gem Cafe. Positively the
highest cash price. R. D. Cothran,
Let us put a can of those fine Flick
inger Peaches on ice for you. They're
extra fancy California Cr'awfords 40c
can. Manning Grocery Co.
If you drink at all, drink Satsuma ~
removes cobwebs from the brain. and
makes life a long sweet dream, 75c the
b at The Manning Grocery Co.
Flour, Rice and Grits, prices have
gone wild. We are selling today at
arload cost prices. Come quick while
our stock lasts. The Manning Grocery
Insure your Tobacco now with the (
C~olina Hail Insurance Co. and be
protected when the Hail comes. All
other crops insured. J. M' Windham, 9
Agent, Manning, S. C.4
We bought before the recent heavy 6
advance in prices and are again ready &
to save you money on Flour, Grits,
Meal, Rice Sugar, etc. Sold only in (
full sacks or barrels. Legg & Hutch
Crystalized Fruits 60 and 65c lb..
Jordan Almond Sugar Plums extra -
fancy 75e lb. All of our fiae Candies
received weekly by express and kept.
on ice. Guaranteed absolutely fresh. -
The Manning Grocery Co.
Southern Railroad Training School.
Owing to yacation of the schools
throughout the summer, we are mnak
ing a special offer of $50.00 for a three (
months' course, June, July and August. i
This course can be completed by.
proper effort in this time on the part
of the student. Write us and make
appication for scholarship.
L. J. FRINK,
Mgr. Southern Railroad Training
School, 12061 Main St., Columbia, S. C.
R R. JENKINSON. E. C. HORTON.
JENKINSON & HORTON.
We beg to announce to our friends of
Manning and Clarendon County that
we have established a
Fire Insurance Agency
and would appreciate a portion of your
All business entrusted to us will re
ceive our most prompt and careful at
JENKINSON & HORTON,
Scholarship and Entrance Examina
tion to Freshman Class
The examination for the award of.
scholarships from Clarendon County
and admission to Freshman Class will i
be held at the County court house on
Friday July 5, 9. a. m. Applicants forr
scholarships may secure blank applica
tion forms from the county Superin
tendent of Education. These blanks
must be filled out properly and filed a
with the county Superintendent before
the beginning of the examination.
Those taking the examination for en
trance to the Freshman class and not
trying for a scholarship should file
their application with President Mell. :
The scholarships are worth S100 and
free tuition. One scholarship student
from each county may select the Tex
tile course, others must take one of the
Agricultural courses. Examination
paper will be furnished, but each ap- '
plicant should provide himself with
scratch paper. The number of schol-.
arships to be awarded will be an
P. H. MELL, President,
Convalescents need a large amount of nourish.
ment in easily digested form.
8 sc- j Emr-- -jion is powerful nourish
It makes bone, blood and muscle without
putting any tax on the digestion.
ALL DRUGGISTS; 50c. AND $1.00.
BEST COODS. yESP
SOME SEASONABLE 60ODS.
Poison Fly Paper, Tanglefoot, Insect Powder for Flies,
Pleas and Chicken Mites, Insect Powder Guns, Moth Balls, Quick
silver and Dead Stuck for Bugs.
To prevent Cholera among Chickens, Sulfuric Acid, Car
olic Acid, Copperas. and Sulphur are effectiv'e. A Hygieia Nest
ugg will keep mites out of your hen nests.
All For Sale With Directions at Our Store.
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.
rLOOK BEHIND111 9
our prices for good values. Notice the values behind the
Sprices in our store, and we are contident your judgment $
Swill be rendered in our favor in every instance. ~
SOur customers have learned by texperience that we
Sare able to supply them with the very best to be had for
th rce. Insist on having only the best for your money,
we have it for you when others havn't.
We have just received a new shipment of Low-cut
SShoes for Men, Women, and Children. Many styles and
sizes in stock now. Price ranges from $1. to $4.
' Ladies' in Lace Lisle, in plain, etc., at 25c. and 15c.
SWe have them in Misses' Lace and plain at 10 and 15c.
We have Socks for infants and boys, size 4 1-2 up to 7 1-2
Black and White, 10 and 15c. We have the Gents' 1-2
Hose in Lace Lisle, plain Lisle, also in Fancies for 10c.
SLadies' Undervests. ~
We have just received 500 Ladies' Gauze Vest, taped
Sneck, pure white, while they last we offer them to you at ,
S5c. each. Others at 10c., 15c. and 25c. Large sizes, 7, 8.
9 9, at 15c. or two for 25c.
Hundreds and hundreds of yards of splendid qualitys
Sin White Lawns, colored Lawns, Batistes. Organdies,
SMulls, etc., at 5c., 8 1-3c., 10c. and 12 1-2c. the yard.
We have two splendid values in Silk Persian Lawns
in Black and White, 36 inch wide, at 25c. the yard, easily .
9 worth 35c. Others ask it.
Japanese Habutai Silk at 25c. the yard. White
SJapanese Habutai 86 inches wide at 50c. Many other
a splendid values in silks.
Splendid assortments of Wash Goods, White Goods, ~
SFine Dress Goods, etc. Samples mailed on application.
If you are thinking of buying a Trunk, it will pay
you to see us and let us show you the finest line of
Trunks ever brought to Manning. .Our prices are the
best. None lower than ours.
The Young Reliable,
J.H. R IGBY.I
ring Your Job Pritino'to Thelns
There- is niothingc like havingv the kind of goods the
people need at reasonable prices. Everyday people come
in town and go around to the bankrupt sales in search of
cheap goods, but they invariably turn up at our store
where they can get the goods they need. Goods out of
date and out of season is dear at any price.
One Hundred Dozen new Negligee
'Shirts for men and boys, just in, at 50c,
75c, 31. $1.25.
300 Dozen Linen Collars and Cuffs at
5, 10, and 15c. each.
50 Dozen Summer weight Elastic
Seam Drawers for Gents at 50c. per
25 Dozen Sc rivens' Elastic Seam
Drawers at 75c. per pair.
A full line of Suminer Gauze Under
wear for men at close prices.
Summer weather is now right here on you, and
you will need plenty of nice Negligee Shirts, Collars and
Cuffs and Gauze Underwear.
You can get just what you want at our store, at the
lowest possible cash price.
If you need anythingin White Goods or Wash Goods
just remember this, that we have just what you need
Remember, White Linen. 40 inches, -at 10c. yard that,.
will cost you 20c. yard in regular lengths-40 ich
White Persian Lawns at 10c. yard. Persian Lawns 50
inch wide, will go for commencement Dresses at 50e, 25e
35c, and 50c. the yard. All kinds of White Linen Suit,
ings from .15 to 35c. per yard
Pure White Linen Suitings at 35c. 50c. 75c. and $1.00
White Canvass and all kinds of Oxford Ties-any
style you need.
That Summer Hat.
The spring has heen so cold and backward that many
ladies have not felt the need of a spring hat yet, to those
who have not bought yet, we will say that our stock of
millinery is up-to-date. and can fill your order for any
thing you need in the Line, and what is better still, we
sell our Hats at very reasonable prices.
For Convenience and Safety,
You "Lsholepoi*yrmney i d bank.'eAsf safe*y, 'eave BuayandJ
- tinued growth Is evidence of the confidence reposed in us by the people of Manning
and the surrounding country.
Deposits October 1, 199~4, $38,154,82.
Deposits October 1, 1905, $72,559.67.
If ou ptrnae hinant'wa,*o'nnbtdt u succesw tn*** yo*osm
Bank of Clarendon, Xumag,s.Q
The latest creations from
the looms will soon be in the~'
store of the
SumnmertonrL .S. C
Where you will find also your new- Hat and Shoes
waiting for you.
W, P, HAWKINS & COMPANY
has just received a carloa'd 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 have on hand a complete line of Harnebss Whips, Etc. They
also have on hand
The Piedmont Wagon.
All sizes, and which they also warra~nt to be equal, if not etter
than any wagon sold in this section of the State. Call and see
them when in need of good vehicles.