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MAN NING. S. C., .lUNI- is. 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.
All of our customers to call, see and
examine our new floor covering, Faber
Some reasons why it should appeal to
1st. It is reversable with two distinct
patters. thereby giving you two floor
coverings for the price of one.
2nd. It is flexible and easily put
down, lays like a carpet.
3rd. These goods come in beautful
carpet patterns, and the wearing quali
ties are guaranteed by us and the man
4th. It is clean and sanitary.
5th. It is subjected to a process that
-n thorourtlyv wva- proff.
z L. -For, at sho. a yin order to
%-;c- are offering
y: your floor.
Panola vs. Manning Friday
Mr. W. E. James of Kingstree spent
yesterday in town.
Ladies will be charged for at the
park Friday-25 cents.
Hon. Jos. F. Rhame and wife left last
Monday for Glenn Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Ervin left this
morning for the Jamestown Exposition.
Rev. and Mrs. C. - A. Waters are at
home at the residence of Mr. J. L.
Mr. T. M. Mouzon has moved in the
house recently occupied by Mr. C. S.
Magistrate Youmans continues to be
confined to his bed and is improving
One of them comes off tonight, the
other in the near future to be followed
Mrs. F. E. Harrison of Abbeville is
in Manning visiting her parents Mr.
and Mrs. S. E. Ingram.
Mrs. Owings of Columbia is here to
attend the marriage of Miss Katie
Plowden, her neice, this evening.
Manning and Panola will cross
bats at Manning next Friday. Ladies
will be charged the regular admisson.
Mr. W. J. Muldrow, of Anderson,
formerly of Manning, is here to attend
the Cole-Plowden wedding this even
The Manning Mlethodist Sunday
school will have a basket picnic at the
"Harvin place," near Manning next
The marriage of Di.J. A. Cole and Miss
Kaie Fwden wil take place in- the
?resaytiriar church a; 9'o'clock this
Married last W:.aay evening in
the Bitv~ist church at Paxville by Rev
Spruili Miss Elma Geddings and Mr.
W. E. Tisdale.
When will there be any action taken
with regard to having the election for
bonding the school district? The trus
tees ought to see that this is done.
County Treasurer L L. Wells has
been quite sick the past few weeks but
the attending physician informs us to
day that he is now on the road to re
There is going to be a basket picnic
on July 6th, at Trinity school house.
The public is cordially invited. The
editor is also invited and is promised a
Died suddenly at her home, Wyboo,
last Thursday, Mrs. Minrnie Frierson,
relict of the late Maj. J. 3. Frierson,
aged about 73 years. The funeral took
place at Statesburg, S. C.
Died in 'Manning at the home of her
father, Mr. R. L. Logan, last Sunday
Mrs. Gayle Walker, wife of Mr. Joseph~
Walker. The interment took place
Monday in the Manning cemetery.
Died at her home, near DuRant yes
terday morning, Miss Ruby Williams,
aged about 20 years, youngest daughter
of Mrs. B. T. Williams. The funeral
took place in the Concord burying
St. Peter's Lodge, No. 54, A. F. M.,
meets tonight at 7:30 for a short busi
ness session. A full attendance is re
quested as business of importance will
come before the lodge and there will
probably not be another meeting until
We do not know whether it is lazi
ness or lakof news matter but our
correspondents throughout the county
are not sending us as much matter as
we would like. Summerton, Paxville,
Pinewood, Foreston and Alcolu seem
to have gone to sleep. Wake up.
The Atlantic Coast Line will sell
coach excursion tickets on Thursday
27th inst, to Norfolk and return, good
for ten days on a basis of one cent a
milc. On the 28th is '-Carolina Day"
at the Jamestown exposition and the
very cheap rate will draw a large
South Carolina contingent.
Elloree and- Manning played two
ames of ball here last week, and re
sulted in Elloree taking the first game
2 to 0 and the second was called at the
end of the ninth inning to allow Ellore
to catch the train, score 3 to 3. The
visitors are a gentlemanly set of fel
lows and play good ball. We hope to
have them with us again.
The editor has received an invitation
from the State Commissioners to attend
"South Carolina Day" at Jamestowni
exposition Friday, June 28th. Also an
invitation from His Excellency Gover
nor Martin F. Ansel to attend a recep
tion in the Virginia State building on
the evening of the same day.
Died at her home in Manning last
Thursday night, after a ingering ill
ness, Mrs. Lily McRoy, wife of Mr. 0.
W. McRoy aged about 46 years. Tbe
deceased was a daughter of the late
R. Angus Ridgill,aaid leaves survivmog,
her husband and five children, besides
two sisters and two brothers, Mrs. T.
B. Mims of Paxville and Mrs. S. C.
Williams of Manning, George A. Rid
gill and Charlie Rideill of Summerton.
The funeral was largely attended by
relatives and friends. Rev. D. A.
Phillips of the Methodist church as
sisted by Rev. A. R. Woodson of the
Presbyterian church and Rev. C. A.
Waters of the Baptist church conduct
.ed the service. Mrs. McRoy wasa
ood woman, her neighbors always
spoke in the highest terms of her; she
never was happier than when sur
rounded by her family, devoted to hus
band and children.
Manning is beginning to rake up
sociall-. The "court," w.hich means
the ladies who participated in the
breach of promise suit, have meti ,
and what they do they will not divulge.
nor vill they permit the court men to
even peep in, but that they have a good
time tiiere is no doubt. On last Friday
Mrs. H. H. Bradham at her - home on
church street entertained the "court'
ladies in honor of 'Mrs. Shelby Davis.
a bride. They said they had "old
maids," just what that is. we have no
idea, do no;t remember ever hearing of
that brand before. We have heard of
"Old Joe" and "Old Nick" but in nani
ing the good things that bring joy, we
always thought they left old inaids
out. The prizes were distributed a,
follows. The guest of honor, M1rs.
Shelby Davis a box of stationery. A
box of candy first prize Miss Julia
Sprott and Mrs. Charles Rigby won the
booby prize which she took home to
her husband for being good. Those
present were: Mesdames Shelby Davis.
D. M. Bradham, F. C. Thomas. Clar
ence Wilkins, Abe Levi, A. C. Brad
ham. F. 0. Richardson. A. I. Barron.
W. (. Davis. J. W. Rigby and Charles
Rigby. Misses Sudie Davis, Julia
Sprott. Francis Davis. Celeste Hugh
son. Nettie Weinberg, Louise Scar
borough, Nina Riser and Jessie Mc
Call at our store, please, for a free
sample of Dr. Shoop's "Health Coffee."
If real coffee disturbs your Stomiach,
your Heart or Kidneys, hen try this
Clever Coffee imitation. While Dr.
Shoop has very closely matched Old
Java and Mocha Coffee in flavor and
taste. yet he has not even a single grain
of real coffee in it. Dr. Shoop's Health
Coffee Imitation is made from pure
toasted grains or cereals, with Malt,
Nuts. etc. You will surely like Health
Coffee. Sold by The Manning Grocery
Now for a Warehouse.
The Clarendon Cotton Growers As
sociation met in the court house last
Saturday under the call of President
E. D. Hodge. The attenaance was very
good, and representative, all sections
were represented, and there seemed to
be a disposition to take some practical
action to help conditions.
President Hodge called the meeting
to order, and invited Rev. A. R. Wood
son to open with prayer, after which
Hon. E. D. Smith, president of the
State association, was introduced and
received with considerable enthusiasm.
Mr. Smith never fails to whoop things
up, he always makes a fine speech, and
on this occasion he made one of his
usual interesting, logical, convincing
representations of the plans for storing
and marketing cotten. He made some
very happy hits, and impressed his
hearers to that extent that we are be
ginning to believe he has about con
vinced the people they must act in self
defense. It was decided to form a ware
house company, the shares to be 5
each. in order that the stock can be
scattered all through the country, and
that the warehouse will belong to the
otton growers and not to a few indi
viduals. All will own it, and all will
get the benefit. A committee to solicit
subscriptions to the stock was appoint
ed, and a, large number of shares was
taken immediately. It is hoped that
in a few weeks the money necessary
will be subscribed, and the work of
building a standard warehouse will
The meeting was also addressed by
Mr. F. H. Hyatt, of Columbia, who
made a strong business talk, as one of
the most successful business men in
the State, he endorses the association's
plans. and is lending valuable aid.
We are told there is a movement on
foot to establish a warehouse in Salem,
and at this time we regret to hear it,
because if the farmers really intend to
fortify themselves against the specula
to., they cannot afford to scatter their
strength, it would be fatr better to con
:entrate until the first experiment has
been made a success, after that other
warehouses might be buiT, but do not
undertake to build everywhere, and
finally result in building nowhere. We
remember a couple of years ago the
warehouse movement was in excellent
shape, and long before now Manning
should have had a first-class standard
warehouse, but the whole thing was,
spoiled by the people of Salem not
joining us because they wanted to build
one of their own. They did not build
it nor did Manning.
We think there should be a ware
house at the county seat first, and if
that is demonstrated to be successful,
it will be time enough to have them
stationed at the various railroad depots.
Summerton went ahead and built a
warehouse, and we hope they will do
well with it, but had.they joined Man
ning and helped to erect a commodious,
centrally located building, easy of ac
cess from all parts of the county, it
would have been better for Summerton,
for Manning. Paxville, and Salem.
Mr. J. 3L. Woods. acting secretary
of Saturdav's meeting, furnished us
with the following shares subscribed:
NAME AMOCNT. SHARES.
A. Levi.......... 0004
J. M. Woods ....... 20.
Louis Levi........ 10 02
J. H. Lesesne..... 0 .
A. I. Barron........ 5 01
N. B. Davis....... 1002
R. D. Clark......5
E. R. Plowden..... 1
Jackson McFaddin .20
F. P. Burgess..... 0
J. M. Player....... 220
W. M. Plowden.. 0
. H. Mahoney 2.. '
T. C. Owens....... 2.0 .
. H. Rigby....... 100 0
. G. Plovwden.....
James Reaves..... 0. 1
S. M. Haynesworth 5 01
D. J.Bradham...... 1
Dr. L M1. Woods.. 00 .
. . Epps......... 250 .
Dr. C. B. Geiger. 0 . 1
J. N. Brown....... 1002
C. T. Ridgeway.. 00 .
R. E. Smith....... 250 .
T. . Stukes. . .... 100 .
B. A. Johnson....2
P. B. Hodge........ 50 .
. W. McLeod.100 0..
W. E. Daniels. 10 ...
.L..B. Hodge.. 0 .
. . Minms....... 10 02
. C. Barrett 5.....
J. M. Oliver. ...... 0001
F. E. DuBose..... 0
C. A. McFaddin.. 00
. W. McFaddin.. 00 .
W. H. Muldrow.. 00 .
S. P. Oliver....... 300 .
. 5. Gardner....... 50 .
5. P. Coleman..... 0 .
J. MD. McFaddi'12. 0 .
H. F. Geddings.. 0 .
. Elbert Davis.. 0 .
A .S. Tood......... 10.
D. M. Bradham.. ...1
R. E. McFaddin.. 00 . 1
Thomas Nimmer. 0.1
G. T Me$o200 00..2
R. E Smth, . 25 P00.en H .. 5.
W. . Dnies, 50J Gardner,.. 13.
Davs, . . M~ad 10 0. W. Gr...in
FreeSaples5o 00......cs and
a bokle on old wil 0. gladly mal
ed ouon equst by D.....op 5a
cine Wi.,smpl to 0.ov ...i. Pr5
vetis relitl2Cn5 Col Cure tab
lets ~ 2 .... q5laaie ohn
harmul hatver 00......~ prv n
Sol byW. . Bow 00 C....1
A Delightoi Tribate of LG
A -:ery pretty cciet: evetit mo1
piace in lianrTirn at the hnme of
D.M rdh::m!s rda feo
from .7 to , o'clock. T ie fune lOn waS
-iven in honor of the approach ing mar
ria-e of Miss Katherine Plowden. who
is greativ beloved, and whose faithful
nes.s a teaeher in the publie school
V 1-, so much applrciate-d that her
friends took adVaLUt:-e of the opJpLr
tunity to manifest their atiecn"-)fl and
apreciation by giving her a Linen
I Mrs. Uradhamn is an idtal losteiss and
her home Was artisical ly decorated for
the occasion. The lower iloor was
il with the numerous friends of liss
Plowden: there was assemnbied about
one hundred ladies. ThIe parlor and
dining room were adorned with palms,
ferns and white roses. The chande
liers were draped with white and green
ribbons: suspended from the ceiling in
the center of the parlor was a white
bell, in which, representing a clapoer,
was a -receptacle tilled with linen
oieces of all ainds and designs. As
sisting in receivitng the guests was
Miss Gertrude U.adham, who eharmni
in!,lv received in the front hall. anu
the honored guest, with her selceted
bridesmaids. received with the htstess
in the parlor. After some little tim- in
conversational enjoyment. the hostess
arranged trie bridesmiaids near the
bell, and then artfully got. the comning
bride beneath it. all the time talking
to her so that she would not suspect
what was about to happen. then at a
signal, the bridesmaids pulled the rib
bons. and a complete shower of linen
fell upon the bride. The articles were
many, useful, ornamental, and some
of them works of art.
One of the features of the afternoon
to delight the guests. was the plaving
on the piano of Master Laurens Brad
ham, six years of age. and he performs
well with a line cenception of tone and
time. Miss Ida Bradham also plays
well and she too added with her per
formauces upon the instrument, much
to the enjoyment of the occasion.
Throughout the function Mrs. H. II.
Bradham served a splendidly brewed
punch and dittle girls served an ice
Those whose zood fortune it was to
be preseat on this occasion are singing
the praizes of Mrs. Bradham for giving
them such anlenjoyable entertainment.
and an opportunity to testify their I ove I
and affection for the guest. of honor.
THE TIMES editor was the recipient of
an invitation to this function, but h
absence from town prevented his at
tending, nevertheless lie desires to ac
knowledge his indebtedness to MIrs.
Bradbam for the honor, and his appre
clation of MIiss Plowden's, soon-to-be
Mrs. Cole, loveliness, high character,
and noble womanhood. 'May she always
be as happy as she was during the
afternoon at the social function Mrs.
Bradham provided in her honor.
So greater mistake can be made
than to consider lightly the evidence
of disease in your system. Dont take
desperate chances on ordinary medi
cines. Use Hollister's Rocky Mountain
Tea. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. Dr. W.
E. Brown & Co.
New Minister Welcomed.
Rev. E. M. Lightfoot of Orangeburg ]
onducted services at the Baptist
church last Sunday morning,. and I
preached a sermon which has impress
ed his heares with the man's strength
and ability. His sermon is said to
have been.~very forceful and eloquent.
In the evening at the same church
Rev. C. A. Waters of Missouri. recently
called to accept this charge preached al
very pleasing sermon to a large con
gregation madeup of all denominations,
assembled to give a sincere welcome to
the new minister. Remarks of wel
ome were made by Rev. D. A. Phil- I
ips pastor of the Methodist congrega
tion, Rev. A. R. Woodson, pastor~ of the
Presbyterian church and to these Rev.
E. MI. Lightfoot added to the pleasur~e
of the evening's service. t
We are sure that the mingling of thei
-eligious denominations of the town
can only result in good to all, and we
hope that with the welcoming of the
new Baptist minister, the relation of
good fellowship will continue. Mir.1
and Mirs. W~aters ate amonli strangers 4
and of course will have to learn our 1
manners and customs, but we believe]
the people of this place will in a very I
short while remove the wall between!
stangers and friends and soon makeI
this man and wife feel that they are
among sincere and devoted friends.
We are privileged to extend to M1r.
and MIrs. Waters a most hearty wel
come to M1anning. Onr hearts andJ our
homes are open to them and we can
assure them, and this assurance will be
vouched sarfe by every family in town,
Presbyterian. MIethodist, Baptist. Jew,
Episcopal or Catholic. The latch
string will always be hanging on the
outside for them and space will be
made at table anytime.
In assuming pastoral charge of the
Manning Baptist church. MIr. Waters
will have a large work, that will occu
p his heart and mind. It, is a large
congregation, and like all other con
gregations, all do not think alike. WVe
hope however his labors will be re-|
warded with snccess. Again we say,=
that a cordial and sincere welcome to
Manning is extended to Rev. C. A.
Waters and to Mrs Waters.
Is Beauty Only Skin Deep?
Beauty is only skin deep, but, the
forces that create beauty as deep as
the fountain from which they flor.,
when the blood is charged with impu
rities beauty disappears, when the
blood is pure beauty blossoms in face
and form. Rvdale's Liver Tablets keep
the Liver healthy and the bowels reg
ula, prevents the blood becoming
ladened with hile and waste matter,
makes the skin clear, eyes bright and
beauty more than skin deep. Dr. W.
F. Brown & Co.
Rates from Manning. S. C.. as fol
Season ticket, $17.60. Sold daily
A pril 19th to November :30th.
60 Day ticket. $14.70. Sold daily
April 19th to November :30th.
10 Day ticket. $13.0->. Said daily
April 19lth to November :30th.
Coach Excursion $7.40. Sold ceh
Tuesday: limit seven days. Endorsed
"ot good in parlor or' sleeping ears.~
Though Pullman sleepmnz ears from
Port. Tampa and Jacksouville. Fin..
Atlanta and Augusta, Ga.. \Wihnming
ton. N. C.. via the Atlantic Coast Line
Write for a beautiful illustrated
folder containing maps. descriptive
matter, list of hotels, etc. For reser
vations otr any information, address WV.
. Craig, Passenger Trallic Mlanager,
or T. C. White, General Passenger
Agent, Wilmington, N. C.
In Norway. where superb coffee is
made. a bit of butter is added to the
beans while they are roasting in the
covered shovel used there for that
purpose. In France as well a piece of
butter the size of a walnut is put with
three pounds of the coffee beans, and
also a dessertspoonful of powdered
sugar. This brings out both flavor
nd scent and, moreover, gives the
slight caramel taste which will be re
membered as a pleasing part of French
T helmedicine that sets the whole world
The remedy on which all doctors
The prescription all your friends are
are taking is
Holister's Rocky MIountain Tea. Dr.
1W. E Brown & Co.
.21 mm b~a sme i t d o t he
(api Ioc io th r ciang tare
to di I. please ic-. at the couLt house
on T'!ur.lav. the 27th. of June, at, 11
o'clock. at -xhich time the otticers-b-olth
the dietor-s and business maar
will he elected.
Thi. is the only way we can get com
P!e it ive bids so t'hat li association can
et control of their cotton.
l eve Iybody come out and aid in
this grand'undraking which means
so nmueh for the every walk of life and
the upbuilding of the South.
RIietiemr !n- iat. Thursday. June
27, ilm-. 1 [D IODGE.
Tw choarships at the Citadel, one
,r ii'Ie at Clemson and probably one
at \\'inthrop. Application blanks can
he :o1 b1v writing- to the president of
lie -ollege or by calling at this office
)n Sturday. The examination will be
beld at the court house on Friday. July
This examination will serve as an
ntrance as well as a scholarship ex-]
imination.- S. P. HOLLADAY,
.It ne 8th. 1907.
The Bloody Meadow.
Tewkesbury, where a famous battle
was fought during the war of the
roses. is in Gloucestershire at the con
fluence of the Avon and the Severn
and 180 miles from London. The bat
tle was fought on the bloody meadow
just outside the modern town, and, ac
cording to local tradition, one night in
every year on the anniversary of the
conflict the adherents of the white
and red roses meet and fight the battle
over again.-London Academy.
Itch cured in 30 minutes by Woolford's
eanitary Lotion. Never fails. Sold by
V. E. Brown & Co., Druggists.
Nice lot~ Corn and Oats for sale at
A fine line of Brooms. Prices from
5 to 50c at The Mlanning Grocery Co.
lourning Starch, Durkees Invisible
0c package. The Manning Grocery
'rry our Ground Feed for horses or
ows Product, of our own mill. C. R.
Our ground feed contains just enough
alt, and stock powder to make it right.
1.U. Harvin, agent.
Lost--Gold Baby Pin set with Pearls,
Tinder will please leave at 'McLeod
!!lkins-King Co.'s store.
Old Virginia Breakfast Roe, ready
or imneate use. 2 lb. cans at The
Ianning Grocery Co.
For Sale-One store lot, 25x200. next
oor to D. 0. Rhame's drug store.
adon Bros. Co., Sunmerton, S. C.
The real thing in Mocha and Java
Zoffee. -Monograin Brand fresh every
veek. 3 lbs for $1.00. The Manning
Insure your Tobacco now with the
'arolina Hail Insurance Co. and be
)rotetetd when the Hail comes. All
ther crops insured. J. M, Windham,
igent. MIanning, S. C.
Ye bargain hunters how's this? A
ake of genuine Cosmo Battermilk
soap for 5c. This Soap sells every
vher-e at 10e cake. Now's your chance.
['he Mlanning Grocery Co.
Just unloaded a car of Hay and a
hosand bushels of Corn and Oats. If
t is not good stutT, bring it back and
ret. your money: that is the way we
;elI it. Legg & Hutchinson.
The same old story but the goods are
rand new. Candy-the best kind of
Zandy, all sorts of Candy, fresh as the
norning dew, on ice all the time.
rices to suit. The M1anming Grocery
Fresh from the mills, about 50 barrels
f Flour and 150 sacks of Meal and
rits. For sale only in full barrels or
;eks: our prices are so low we cannot
dford to sell in less quantities. Legg
S Hutchinson. -
Southern Railroad Training School.
Owing to vacation of the schools
throughout the summer, we are mak
ing a special otTer of $30.00 for a three
months' cour-se. Junne, July and August.
his cour-se can be completed by
proper effort in this time on the part
f the student. Write us and make
application for scholarship.
L. JT. FRINK,
Mgr-. Southern Railroad Training
School. 12001 Main St., Columbia. S. C.
K- . i..mxtss.-O r. c. HoaRox
INSURE YOUR HORSE.
If you are a business or professional
man'the wisdom of this enterprise must
apal to you as sound. You have paid
for your hiorse, you have fed, stabled
and cared for him, you even feel an
affection for him. if he dies, how will
you replace him? We will
REPLACE HIM FOR YOU.
You have insured your house, your
furniture and other property, why not
your horse. Policies cover loss by
DEATM FROni ANY CAUSE.
Now in the vast category of protec
tion perhaps you have never thought of
your horse, but we have done so for
vou. Let us have your application at
once. Don't wait. tomorrow may be
FIRE AND TORNADO.
Insurance also written by us. "If it is
written by JTenkinson & Horton its
Yours for p)rotection.
JENKINSON & HORTON.
eg.a nw v - - -- - --
* A New Orleans woman was thin.
Because she did not extract suffieient
nourishment from her food.
She took Scoff.r Emulsion
She gained a pound a day in -weight
ALL DRUGGISTS: 50c. AND $1.00
BEST COODS. HONEST PRICES.
EVERY LADY IN CLARENDON COUNTY TO SEE
OUR LINE OF
Fine Toilet Soaps,
Fine Toilet Powders,
Why You Should Patronize D. Hirschmann:
1. Our Lines include practically everything needed by
the general p blic.
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.
SWe will offer for sale
Sat "Extraordinary Bar-~
~gains" our stock of Col- i:
ej ored Wash Fabrics. The @
$ line consists of Muslins.
i! Batistes, Dimities, Or
3 gandies, Swisses, Mulls, 2.
3 Zephyrs, Tissues, Etc. 2:
O Owing to the prolonged 8:
, cool weather some lines 9
' of our Summer Goods
i are not moving fast en- 2
$ ou gh, hence this
All 6 1-4c. and 7 1-2c. Goods marked down
to 5c. the yard.
All 10c. Goods marked down to 8 1-3c. yd.
All 12 1-2c. Goods marked down to 10c. yd.
All 15c. and 16 1-3c. Goods are marked
Sdown to 12 1-2c.
9 All 20c. Goods marked down to 15c. yard.
9 All 25c. and 35c. Goods marked down to
9 0.the yard. '
$ We have a selection of about 25 pieces of
Novelty Wash Fabrics and Novelty Half Silk
Fabrics which expresses fully the newest ideas
in weaving. In this Line you will find Goods
worth fully 25c. and 35c. marked caown to 19c.
the yard. ~Goods worth 40c. and 50c. marked
down to 3i5c. thle yard.
Full Line of Val Laces for 5c., 8 1-3c., 10c.,
12 1-2c., 15c. up to 25c. the yard. Plenty here
to select from.
I ~ 300 Ladie's Taped-neck Gauze Vests, worth
10c. anywhere, marked down to 5c. each.
2 Other very Special Bar-~
i gains too numerous to 6.
r mention, just come and i
3 we can show you.
% The Young Reliable,
J. H. R IGBY.!
iig Your Job PiingI to The ies.
SHEIRE have been so many baukrupt sales and vari
ous other kinds of sales put on the public in the last
few months until the people have been surfeited in
sales, so we will have to look to some other way of
inducing cash trade. We want to say this, that the early
spring trade is about over, but still we must not fold our
hands and wait for the dull surmmer months to pass by.
t We must be up and doing something, and we must make
attractive prices the inducement or drawing card now.
For the spot cash we will 1,000 White Lawn Remn
ants, 40 inches wide, at 8 1-3c. per yard. White Persian
Lawns, 40 inches wide, at 10c. White India Lawns at
The prettiest line of White Persian Lawns ever
shown in this town at 25C. and 35c. the yard.
All kinds of White India Lawns at Ic., 12 1-2c., 15c.
and 25c. the yard.
White Linens at 15c., 20c. and 25c. the yarL.
Connon Cloth at the old price, 12 1-2c. In short we
hav aver atratie lneofWhite Goods that we are
showing at very close prices.
The hot summer days is now right on you, when you
will need a plenty of cool wash dresses and wrappers.
We want to tell yoi we are going to put our line of 7c.
firgured wash Muslins dowir to 5c. the yard. Will go at
8 1-3c all our 12 1-2c. and 15c. Organdies will go at 10c.
the yard. Percales and Madras at 12 1-2c., worth 15c.
O)ne thousand five hundred yrrds of yard-wide White
Ma.ras worth 20c. per yard, will go at 12 1-2c. per yard.
Black Skirt Goods.
We want to say to the lady that needs a nice Black
Skirt that we have just the line of goods she would like
to select from, and better still, we are selling our line of
Black Goods very close for the cash.
P Gients' Summer Accessessories.
We have now on sale the greatest line of Gent's
! Negligee Shirts ever shown on this market, at 50c., 75c.
' and $1, and also an exquisite line of Negligee Shirts with
9 collars. and cuffs attached at $1 and- $1.25 each.
A large line of Collars, big values for the hot sum
mer weather, only 5c. each.
A full line of the famous H. C. Curtis Collars at
12 1-2c. each.
A large line of Cambre Stephen White Seal Collars
that we are closing out at 10c.
W. E.r dENKIN-ON 60.
For Convenience and Safety,
tinued growth is evidence of the confidence reposed in us by the people. o7 Manning
and the surrounding country.
Deposits October 1, 19'b4, $38,154,82.
Deposits October 1. 1905, $72,559.67.
Ifur pr"lea has n anyayoniuto.2.edtoures, we**t***'k.* ou** f**r*same,
Bank of Clarendon, Maning,s.C.
EAT F'RIT I
There's nothing more wholesome than
Extra Fancy Oregon Silver Prunes. per lb..... ...20c.
Extra Fancy Santa Clara, 20 to 30's, per lb... . 200.
Fancy Santa Clara, 30 to 40's. per lb. .. .... 15c.
Choice Santa Clara, 40 to 50's, per lb. ... .. ... .2jc.
P E A CHES.
Fanc'y California Evaporated Peaches per lb..... 20c.
Extra Fancy California Crawford's Famous Flick
inger Brand, 3 lb. can....... ......... .... 40c.
Fancy Lemon Clings, California, 31b. cans. 25, 35 and 40c.
Extra Fancy Sliced Pineapple, 2 lb. can,.... ... ...25c.
Fancy Sliced Pineapple, 2 lb. can*.... ........... 20c.
Extra Fancy Grated Pineapple, 2 lb. can ..... 25c.
Extra Fancy Grated Pineapple 1 lb. can.. .. ....15c.
Fancy Grated Pineapple. 2 lb. can .............. 20c.
Extra Fancy Club Cock Tail Pineapple, 1 lb. ..:. 12c.
Extra Fancy Pineapple Wafers, 1 1-2 lb. ....... 20c.
THE MANNING GROCERY CO,
WIP, HAWKINS & 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 hand a complete line of Harness, Whips, Etc. Tey
also have on hand
The Piedmont Wagon.
All sizes, and which they also warrant to he eqnal, i not etter
than any wagon sold in this section of the Stat Calan-e
them wihen in need of good vehicles.