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M"ANNING, S. c., TUNE 5, iSOL
Publishes All County and Town Of
af! b Advertisers will please re.
member that copy for a
change of ad. MUST be in
this office by Saturday Noon in order to
insure oublication the following week.
That Summer Hat and Dress.
You have been putting off buying
tbat summer hat long enough. You
must get one so why not come now and
get it. We are selling our hats much
cheaper than you can get them in
other towns. We have a splendid line
of summer goods on hand which we
are selling very close. A large assort
ment of organdies in beautiful patterns
at 10c, 1>2jc and 15c per yard. Our line
of white linens was never better than
we are showing now at 15c, 25c and 35o
per yard. Great values to offer in
white lawns at 10c, .12jc 15c and 25c
per yard. Remnants white lawn at 10c
per yard, 40 inches wide. Gents, we
are showing the largest line of neg
lige shirts to be found in this town at
50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.25. 100 dozen
linen collars and cuffs at 5o, 10c and 15c
W. E. JENKINSON CO.
Be sure and read D. M. Bradham's
new ad. in this issue.
Miss Hattie Au: of Eastovep is vis
iting friends in town.
Mr. H. A. Richbourg of Summerton
spent Monday in town.
Miss Owen of Laurens is visiting her
sister Mrs. W. H. Creecy.
Miss Bessie Salley of Orangeburg is
visiting Miss Clara Harvin.
Miss Minnie McFaddin of Eastover is
visiting her mother near Manning.
Miss Marian Gilland of Kingstree is
visiting Miss Louise Brockinton.
Miss Louise Land of Foreston visited
Miss Vallye Appelt this week.
Miss Massey Lee Estes left Monday
for an extended visit to Atlanta.
Miss Ethel Rabb of Jacksonville,
Fla., is visiting friends in town.
Mr. W. B. Dickson of Black Moun
tain, N. C., is visiting relatives in town.
Mrs. T. M. Gilland of Kingstree is in
Manning visiting Mrs. W. M. Brock
Miss Florie Land of Foreston visited
Misses Gladys and Helen Thames this
Miss Belle Stewart of Greeleyville,
is visitting Misses Gladys and Helen
Miss Loulie Harvin, who has becn
teaching school in - Orangeburg is at
home for the summer.
S. G. Stukes, student of Davidson
College, is at home with his parents
for the vacation.
There were many visitors in Man
ning to witness the closing exiercises of
the Moses Levi Memorial Institute
The Times editor was forced to go to
Charleston yesterday morning as a ju
ror in the United States disuaict court.
Jefferson Davis' birthday was observ
ed last Monday as a legal holiday. The
banks were closed and there was no
Shipero and Levkoff have wound up
the bankrupt stock of the Mutuai Dry
Goods Co., and have returned to Au
Died yesterday morning at Black
Mountain, N. C., Hermione, the 14
months old daughter of Mr. James F.
The Manning Social Club gave one
of the most pleasant and successful
dances last evening ever given in Man
Died near Columbia last Thursday,
Elizabeth Geiger, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. S. P. Holladay, Jr., aged about
Mr. S. M. Youn~ ans returned home
from the Indrmary in Charleston Sun
day morni':g. Mr. Youmans is still a
very sier~ man.
Died last Saturday, at her home near
Manning, Miss Fannie Courtney, aged
77 years.~ Burial - took place at Oak
There will be preaching at Fellow
ship church niext Sunday afternoon at
4:30 o'clock by Rev. J. N. Tolar. Public
Misses Cornelia Plowden and Mattie
Appelt have finished at Chicora Col
lege, Greenville, and returned home
last Thursday evening.
Married last Sunday morning at the
homne of the bride, near Foreston, Miss
Fannie Haynesworth and Mr. B. P.
Fulton. Rev. B. L. Grier performed
There are enough talented young
- people in this town, to form a dram
atic club, and furnish much entertain
ment these summer evenings. Who
will start it?
Mr. Robert Cantv of Florida, is vis
-iting his brothers, M. S. and J. S, Can
ty, at Summerton. Mr. Canty spent
Sunday in Manning with the family
of Mr. J. T. Stukes.
Maj. Hal Richardson of Columbia
was in Manning Saturday representing
the State Commission in disposing of
~the stock at the State dispensary to the
A hail storm passed through the
Seloc section of this county last Sun
day and did a vast amount of damage
to the tobacco crops. In some places
the weed was totally destroyed.
There is an effort being made to dis
arrange the schedule of the Manning
train to Charleston, which we hop'e
will not succe ed, as the present ar
rangement is convenient all along the
The ladies of St. Paul church will
have an entertainment at the Cross
Roads school house, on the evening of
the 14th inst, The proceeds for the
benefit of the church. Refreshments
will be served.
Among the visitors to Manning Mon
day was Daniel Harvin, colored, o:
Pinewood who came here to purchase
from Mr. A. Weinberg a 100iacre trac1
.of land in the Pinewood section al
.$35.50 per acre.
Married last Monday morning a'
Gatfnev, Mr. Shelby L. Davis and Mis!
Lucy Lee Wilson. The groorn is ont
.of Manning's most popular young men
and the bride, a daughter of Rev. J
B. Wilson, is a very charmmng youns
lady of Gaffney. ~We wish for this
young couple a long, happy and pros
Tosep Benjamin of Persia. will le
ture in the Sunday school rooim of i
Presbyterian church. Thursday nigi
at 8.30. EZervbody invited. -A co
lection will be taken for the Persian
The readers of the Times will hay
to excuse the lack of matter in this i
sue. the editor is away attending cour
in Charleston, and then he was di
pending upon Dr. Cromer's addres
and held back his space for it.
The demand of citizens of Pinewoo
continues for a dispensary at th;
place. The county board still have th
matter under consideration. and befor
taking action they want to make
thorough investigation in order to at
for the best interestsof the community
Eugene Coker. a voung man frou
the Turbevilie section of this county
employed at a planing mill in Sumtei
attempted suicide last Wednesday i
Sumter by taking laudanum. He wa
given medical attention in time to sav
his life, and is alright again.
Among the visiting young ladies her
last evening in attendance upon th
dance were: Misses Alice and Minni
Moses. Fannie Pyttenberg, Agne
Richardson, and Hattie Auld, of Sum
ter; Et.hel Rabb, of Jacksonville, Fla.
Marian Gilland, of Kingstree: Lotti
Woods, of Sardinia; Bessie Salley, o
Orangeburg; Williams, of Alabama
The music was furnished by Thomas
Orchestra of Columbia, and as usua
was of a very high class and much en
joyed by all who attended. Refresh
ments were served at 1 o'clock and thi
dance continued until after three.
Itch cured in 30 minutes by Woolford'
Sanitary Lotion. Never fails. Sold b%
W. .E. Brown & Co., Druggists.
Our School Cioses.
The closing exercises of the Mose
Levi Memorial Institute began Sunday
morning in the auditorium of the In
stitute with a religious service attend
ed by all of the church denominations
and the public generally. The hal
was filled to overflowing, and the mu
sic composed of the several choirs wa:
Rev. J. W. Daniel, D. D., of Sumter
one of the most eminent preachers it
the South Carolina Methodist Confer
ence, preached the baccalaureate ser
mon to a very attentive audience. Dr
Daniel took his text from Genesis 7t1
chapter, 1st verse, "And the Lord
said unto Noah. come thou and all thy
household into the Ark." We attempt
ed to get a synopsis of this grand de
liverance but failed. It was indeed,
magnificent address, teeming wit'
ideas that were of a nature to cause
people to argue with themselves. He
made assertions which for the momeni
shocked, but as he reasoned out his
idea. and by his intellectual force
clothed his thoughts in a rayment o1
the purest Enelish, the audience went
along with him and he led them at his
will. It. was to our mind a grand pre
sentation of logic and reasoning, force
fulness and eloquence. When the ser
vice was concluded, it was announced
that Dr. Daniel would again preach it
the evening at the Baptist church, and
before the appointed hour, the people
gathered, so that when the bell tapped
for service to begin, the church audi
torium was filled, and the large Sun
day school room was pressed into ser
vice to seat the immense audience.
The congregation was made up of the
three denominations of the town, and
the music was grand.
Dr. Daniel preached one of the best
sermons ever heard in this town: if
such a thing is possible, it excelled his
morning sermon. His text was taker
from 1st Kings, 21st chapter and 4th~
verse: "And he laid him down upon
his bed, and turned away his face, and
would eat no bread."
On Monday evening, a large audi~
ence gathered in the Institute hall tc
witness the graduating exercises of the
tenth grade of the Moses Levi Memo.
rial Institute. Rev. A. R. Woodson,
began the exercises with a most fer.
vent and beautiful prayer, wvhich was
followed by the very appropriate class
song "Merry June." Then came the
cls history, read by Miss Bessie Hiar.
in. Her paper was well written, and
many amusing incidents and "local
hits" were brought out.
The class will. prepared an d read by
Miss Beulah Wilson, wvas also a weil
written document, and manifested a
considerable leaning towards the law
in style and phraseology. To breakc
that will would be a puzzle to our high.
The class prophecy, read by Miss
Vallye AppelIt, lifted the veil of the
future and unfolded in a humorous way
the history of each member of the
The feature of the evening was to
have been an address by Hon. George
B Cromer of Newberry. A telegram
from Dr. Cromer was received in the
afternoon, saying he was unavoidably
detained, which, of course, was a dis.
tinct disappointment to the large con
course of people who had gathered to
hear one of the most eminent educa
tors in the State. A rare intellectuai
feast was look-ed for.
Professor Daniel received the fol
lowing explanatory letter.
Newberry, S. C., June 3, 1907.
Supt. J. WV. Daniel, Manning, S. C.
Dear Sir: I had made all my ar
rangements to be with, you, when I re
ceived a mesge this morning an
nouncing the death of my sister-in-la w
Mrs. M. B. Lipscomb, in Colum
bia. and informing me that the boda
will be carried to Ninety-Six for buria
tomorrow on the early morning train
I had looked forward with great pleas
ure to my visit to Manning, and I re
gret exceedingly that I must disar
range your plans. I find that there 1F
no night train on which I could returi
from Manning to Columbia.
Very truly yours,
George B. Cromer.
The diplomas were presented b:
Capt. W.'C. Davis, who in very force
ful and well chosen words gave, to thi
graduates timely advice which' shoul<
be heeded by all.
A gold medal was offered by Mr
Claude M. Melton, to that member o
the tenth grade who should, witi
most ability, reproduce a story read ta
them. On account of sickness Mis
Martha Davis was prevented fron
competing in this contest.
The stories were sent to Spartanburg
and turned over to a committee.
This committee found it difti::ult t
decide between the merits of Nos. 3
and 30. It was finally agreed tbat Nc
30 should be first. Miss Beulah Wi]
son won this medal. A copy of Tenny
son's Poems was then presented to No
50-Miss Louise Brockinton..
A prize was given to Jake Harvim
the dnly boy in the 8th grade, for goo
lessons and punctuality.
The following are the names of ilh
members of the tenth grade: Misse
Vallye Appelt, Louise Brockinton
Alice Broadway, Martha Davis, Anmi
Dollard, Hattie Frierson, Bessie Hat
in, Emmie Johnson. Fannie Timmon
and Beulah Wilson.
The exercises were closed with
report of the year's work.
My attention was called this morn
ing to an error that was made in th
announcements last evening.
Annie Dollard's name was omitte
when the scholership average was at
nounced. She made an average of S
and a fraction, and is entitled to thir
place, while it was announced the
Emmie Johnson had third place. At
nie stood some of the examinations a
ter the class had stood them, and thi
is probably the car'se of the 'oversigh
J. C. Danie!.
Arant Drug Co. sells Longmanu
Martinez L. & M. Paints in pint san
quats at hailt-gonn price
"When Little Nina Died."
e ; melcr- of lizzle Nina. infal
daughter of wr. and Mrs. D. F. M
. hony, Summerton. S. C.
When little Nona died.
The flowers were dying too.
c Aud uaturc'd uoued her ce-tumIe.
A brown and scred lie.
While little Nina lived.
How sweet the moments flew:
But of our coming sorrow,
How little then we knew:
.t When little Nina died.
e Our hopes seemed ding too
e Too well we'd learned to love her,
a So pure, so bright she grew.
When we buried little Nina,
It seemed the distant bell
a Sounded louder, deeper, harsher,
Along the misty dell.
When littleina sickened,
It seemed the angels knew,
For they came at once and took her
To be an angel too.
Is Beauty Only Skin Deep?
Beauty is only skin deep, bit thi
s forces that create beauty as deep L
- the fountain from which they ilow
when the blood is charged with impu1
rities beauty disappears, when th<
f blood is pure beauty blossoms in fa
and form. Rvdile's Liver Tablets krel
the Liver healthy and the bowels reg
ular, prevents the blood beconinc
ladened with hile and waste. matter
makes the skin clear, eyes brig'ht an(
beauty more than skin deep. Dr. W
E. Brown & Co.
Call to F armers.
A Farmers' rally is called to meet a
the court house Saturdav, June 15th
at 12 o'clock M. to perfect plans foi
building a cotton warehouse and th<
marketing of the present crop. Al
farmers, merchants and other busines
men interested in the price of cottor
are urged to attend.
The outlook now, is that. there wvil
be a short crop and consequently, goot
prices, and farmers are therefQre urgec
against selling their crops for future de
livery. Farmers, don't be fooled b3
the speculator at this critical time t<
give them control of your cotton t<
supply the mills and depress the bal
ance of your own crop and that of youi
neighbors; we have a grand opportu
nity at this time, so let us come to
gether and pull together for the wel
fare of our families and all the othe:
interests of our dear South land.
E. D. HODGE,
St. President Co. Assn.
Call at our store, please, for a free
sample of Dr. Shoop's "Health Coffee.'
If real coffee disturbs your Stomach,
your Heart or Kidneys, then try thi;
Clever Coffee imitation. While Dr.
Shoop has very closely matched Ole
Java and Mocha Coffee in flavor and
taste. yet he has not even a single graic
of real coffee in it. Dr. Shoop's Healti
Coffee Imitation is made from purE
toasted grains or cereals, with Malt,
Nuts, etc. You will surely like Healti
Coffee. Sold by The Manning Grocer3
The Danes and the Raven.
Perhaps the Danes selected the raven
for their standurd out of feelings of
gratitude. for before the invention of
the mariner's compass they must have
found him extremely useful. The only
method of determining whether land
was near was to let loose a raven. If
the bird saw land he .sailed away for.
ever; if he did not, hie returned to the
I Equally Culpable.
"I can say for myself that I never
have been mean enough to get another
woman's cook away from her."
"Neither have IL but I must confess
that once or tvrice I have tried to work
our cook off onm some of my neighbors."
Cured Hemorrhages of the Lungs.
"Several years since my lungs were
so badly affected that I had many hem
orrhages," writes A. M. Ake, of Wood,
Ind. "I took treatment with several
physicians without say benefit.. I ther
strted to take Foley's Honey and Tar.
and my lungs are now as sound as a
bullet. I recommend it in advance
stages o.*lung trouble." Foley's Honey
and Tar stops the cough and heals the
lungs, and prevents serious resul ts
from a cold. Refuse substitutes. The
Arant Co. Drug Store.
500 Ladies' Gauze Vest. taped neeks.
c. each. J. H. Rigby.
Beautiful line of Hammocks at Dick
son Hardware Co. [t.
500 Ladies' Gauze Vest. taped necks,
c. each. J. H. Rigby.
500 Ladies Gauze Vest, taped neck
c each. J. H. Rigby. [34-31
Place your orders with us for Tobacc
Barn Flues. Dickson Hardware Co. t;
We have a fine line of Ice Crean
Freezers and Water Coolers. Dicksor
Hardware Co. [t
We have the Blue Flame Oil Coola
Stoves and Ranges, all sizes and prices
Dickson Hardware Co. [t
Just received by express, 1,404 yards
of Val. Laces,.58 different designs, frn
c to 23 the yard. J. H. Rigby. [35--3
Insure your Tobacco now with the
Carolina 'Hail Insurance Co. and be
protected when the Hail comes. Al
other crops insured. J1. M- Windham
Agent, Manning, S. C.
If i's Candy you want. we are th<
people to see. Sparrow's Deheiou:
Chocolates and Bon Bons, and Browi
lSeal Chocolates in balf and one pount
boxes, Crystalized Fruits. Ch ocolat<
Almonds, After-Dinner Mints and fin.
Nut Chocola'.es in hulk. On Ice al
the time at The Manning Grocery Co.
~Southern Railroad Training School.
Owing to vacation of the school
throughout the -ummer, we are mnak
ing a special offer of 850.00 for a thre
months' course, June, July and August
This cour'se can be completed b;
-proper effort in this time on the pat
-of the student. Write us and maki
application for scholarship.
L. J. FRINK,
Mgr. Southern Railroad Trainini
School, 12064 Main St., Columbia. S. C
R R. JEKSN.. . UORTO.
FIRE and TORNADO
nThe fire alarm bell or the dark clou
ithe skv need have no terrors for yo
if we carry your insurance. The mar
ner in which these disasters are it
creasing has demonstrated the fac
th --^-- is the only protectio1
c - ainst them. Don't wai
s a sealed book. So th
nado Insurance writte
by - written by Jenkinson,
Iic ten right.
urs for protection,
1~ & HORTON
A Thorough Optimist.
-Father." azid the smali boy. "what
is an optimist?"
"An optimist, my son, is a man who
believes the weather bureall when its
predictions are favoralle and who con
gratulates himuself on its unreliability
when !hey are not."-Washington Star.
"This watch will last a lifetime." re
marked the jeweler as he handed the
watch to the customer.
"Nonsense"' retorted the other.
"Can't I see for myself that its hours
A Narrow Escape.
G. W. Cloyd. a merchant, of Plunk.
Mo., had a narrow escape four years
ago, when he ran a jimson bur into his
thumb. lie says: "The doctor wanted
to amputate it but I would not consent.
I bonught a box of Bucklen's Arnica
S-ilve and that cured the dangerous
wound." 25c. at The Arant Co. Drug
Shut Him Off.
"What are you taking for your cold?"
"Nothing? But, my dear fellow"
"Nothing. I say, not even advice.
Fine day, isn't it?'"-Illustrated Bits.
Free Samples of "1Pr'eventics" and
a booklet on Colds will be gladly mail
ed you. on request. by Dr. Shoop, Ra
cine, Wis.. simply to prove merit. Pre
venties are little Cand v Cold Cure tab
lets. No quinine. no laxative, nothing
harmful whatever. Preventies prevent
colds--as the name implies -when taken
early, or at the sneeze stage. For a
seated cold or LaGrippe, break it up
safely and quickly with Preventies.
Sold by W. E. Brown & Co.
"Just before poor old Dooley died he
made his wife promise that she would
not marry again."
"Poor old chap-he always was kind
to his fellow men!"-Tit-Bits.
A man who is in perfecthealth, so he
can do an honest day's work when
necessary, has much for which he
should be thankful. 'Mr. L. C. Rodg
ers. of Branchton, Pa.. writes that he
was not only unable to work, but he
couldn't stool) over to tie his own shoes.
Six bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure
made a new man of him. He says, "Suc
cess to Foley's Kidney- Cure." The
Arant Co. Drug Stere.
Stomach trouble is but a symptom of. and not
in itself a true disease. We think of Dyspepsi.
Heartburn, and Indigestion as real diseases, yet
they are symptoms only of a certain specific
Nerve sickness-nothing else.
It was this fact that first correctified Dr. Shoop
in the creation of that now very popular Stomach
Remedy-Dr. Shoop's Restorative. Going direct
to the stomach nerves. alone brought that success
and favor to Dr. Shoop and his Restorative. With
out that original and highly vital principle. no
such lasting accomplishments were ever to be had.
For stomach distress. bloating. biliousness, bad
breath and sallow complexion, try Dr. Shoop's
Restorative-Tablets or Liquid-and see for your.
self what it can and will do. We sell and cheer.
Dr. Shoop' s
W. E. BROWN & CO.
College of Charleston.,
1785. CH ARL ESTON, S. C. 1907.
122d year begins September 27. Let
ters. Science, Engineering. One schol
arship to each county of South Carolina,
giving free tuition. Tuition $40. Board
and furnished room in Domitory .$11 a
month. All candidates for admission
are permitted to compete for vacant
Boyee scholarships which pay $100 a
veitr. Entrance Examinations will be
held at tbe County Court House on Fri
day. July 2.5th at 9. a. m. For Cata
Scholarshiip and Entrance Examina
tion to Freshman Class
The examination for the nward of
i'ebolarships from Clarendoo County
and admission to Freshman Class will
be held at the County court house on
Friday July 5, 9. a. m. A pplicants for
scholarships may secure blank applica
tion forms from the county Superin
tendent of Education. These blanks
must be filled out properly and filed
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 $100 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. Hi. MELL, President,
Clemson College, S. C.
Notice of Discharge.
1 will apply to the Judge of Probate
for Clarendon County on the 2Sth day
of June, 1907. for Letters of Dis
charge as administrator, with the will
annexed, of the estate of Mary J. Land,
C. SMITH LAND).
Manning. S. C., May 29, 1907.
Jenkinson & Hiyatt,
PINEWOOD. S. C.
Wheelwrights and Blacksmiths.
SGeneral repairing, horse-shoeing and
buggy painting a specialty.
We are now open in new building,
near depot. Terms strictly cash.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
By James M. Windham, Esq., Pro
TYTH EREAS, Mary A. Cutter made
XVsuit to me to grant her letters
of administration of the estate
of and effects of John F. Cutter,
-These are therefore to cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of the said
John F. Cunter, deceased, that they
be and appear before me, in the
Co'rt of Probate, to be held at Man
ni?~, on the :30th day of May
next, after p~ublicaLtion thereof, at 11
o'clock in the forenoon, to show
cause, if any they have, why the
1 said admjinistration should not be
*Given undler my hand this 13th
day of May, A. D. 1.907.
.JAMES M. WINDHAM,
rSE Jug o roae
Consumption is less deadly than it used to be.
Certain relief and usually complete recovery
will result from the following treatment:
Hope, rest, fresh air, and-Scoff
ALL DRUGGISTS: SOc. AND $1.00.
BEST GOODS. HONEST PRICES.
A LINE OF """""
NEW POST CARDS.
FANCY and COMICS.
PRICES TO MAKE THEM POPULAR.
Why You Should Patronize D. Ifirschmann:
1. Our Lino include practically everything needed by
the general p lic.
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 othei 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.
our' pric'es for good values. N~otice the values behind the
Sprices in our store, and we are confident your judgment
Swill be rendered in our favor in every instance. D
SOur customers have learned by texperience that we
are able to supply them with the very best to be had for
the price. Insist on having only the best for your money,
Swe have it for you when others havn't.
We have just receiv~ed a new shipment of Low-cut
SShoes for Men, Women, and Children. Many styles and E
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
SBlack and White, 10 and 15c; We have the Gents' 1-2
SHose in Lace Lisle, plain Lisle, also in Fancies for 10e.
Ladies'- Undervests. 2
We have just received 500 Ladies' Gauze Vest, taped ~
Sneck, pure white, while they last we offer them to you at
5~ c. each. Others at 10c., 15c. and 25c. Large sizes, 7, 8,
i9, at 15c. or two for 25c.
Hundreds and hundreds of yards of splendid qualitys
-in 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
?worth 35c. Others ask it.
Japanese Habutai Silk at 25c. the yard. White
-Japanese Habutai 36 inches wide at 50c. Many other
Ssplendid values in silks.
Splendid assortments of Wash Goods, White Goods, ~
SFine Dress Goods. etc. Samples mailed on applicationi.
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,
jJ. H. R IGBY.J
Bring Your Job Printing to The Times.
E. so a a :i f- -
There is nothing like having 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 seaswon is dear at any price.
One Htindred Dozen new Negligee
Shirts for men and boys, just in, at 50c,
75c, 81. $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
25Dozen Se rivens' Elastic Seam
Te le noine Sli me Gauze Under
wearformen at e close prices.
Summer weather is now right here on 'you, and
You will need plenty of nice Negligee Shirt. Collars and
Cufs and Gauze Underwear.
You can ge ut the what you want at our store, at the
lowest possible cash price.
If you need anything in White Goods or Wash Goods
just remember this, that we havedust what youneed
Remember, White Linen 40 inches, at 10c. ya-d that
will cost you :20c. yard in regular lengths-40 inch
White Persian Lawns at 10C. yard. Persian awns 50
inch wide', will go for commencement Dresses at 50e, 25e
35c, and 50 the yard. Al kinds of White Linen Suit,
ings from 15 to 3g. er yard
Pure White Linen Suitings at 35c. 50e. 75c. and $1.0
White Canvass and all kinds of Oxford Ties-any
style you need.
That Summer Hat.
The spring .has been so cold and backward tha't, many
ladies have not felt the need of a spring hat yet, to those
who have not bought y4t, we will say that our stc-k Of
millinery is up-to-date. and can fill your order for any
thing you need in the ine, and what is better still, we
sell our Hats at very reasonable prices.
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wil os yu 0 yrdinregdlar n th-0ionah
35cu asr nd Scutheyr. he indnc roshe ine s it ,oloann
po ints fomto 3 er yard4 3814,2
PuesitLne tns O c90S, $72,559.67.
ank iof Cvsaallarendonxfr Tien~
The sresting morben so hol esomeckar that n~
Extra Fancy Oregp-on-diler Prdcanes..peor order .... any . 0
ExtraFaneed Santhe CLin, and to s bter l. w..e.
Fancysuantat vrreaon0's. price. . . ....1c
FacyCaioriaEaprae Pacespr b.... 2c
inge Ern,l. dEN KINSON. ........ GOc
Fnyuso deos Clings Caorne a, odb. cAs, 25ft, we vBrl and
Extra Fnuance. Tlimec Bned apper 2ban ...arEa in. an our 2 co
tanySed whPseinepplte, con1b. c c eoe nu y h epeoan...n.......g2c
Exosta OacytGred Pineappl $15ca ....1c
Fnyou Gratoe hainanypway cotben ........ suces .. than yo20 e.
Extra Fancy Oregock ail Pinespper lb. .... ...12c.
-Extra Fancy Santapple ar0t0s, per- b...... ... 20c.
Chic atastareceve 40 aro a of's he elebrated.
Fancy Caisornias Evaggyrsoed inahs ero lb.the.tate0an
isnul r Barand, Th alb. ca rry. ful.lin. of.ter...... s,
ancy Laeon Cing Cacpelinia ofb ans, Whi, 3Eted. e
ETaFac Slied montppe,2b can gon.. .5c
Extr Fieandcy rte Pnale, 2arn lb cana,C...and se
Eta any ragosod Pineapl eo of lb. Sat.....
+Fanc Grhe Pineapple, 21b cahne........2