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MANNING. S. 26, I 2 'NU
Publishes All County and Town Of
Advertisers will please re
m mber that co)Y for a
chauge of ad. M1sT be in
this office by Saturday Noon in order to
insure Dublication the following week.
All of our customers to call, see and
examine our new floor covering, Faber
Some reasons why it. sbould 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 ouali
ties are guaranteed by us and the man
4th. It is clean and sanitary.
5th. It is subjected to a process that
makes it thoroughly water proff.
6th. For a short time only in order to
introduce these goods we are offering
them at 40c per yd laid on your floor.
W. E. .IENKINSON CO.
Rumor has it the next is "Billy."
J. A. Weinberg, Esq., spent yester
Mr. I. H. Moses of Sumter was in
Mr. Joseph Sprott has returned home
from Glenn Springs.
Miss Eleanor Mason of Sumter is vis
iting Miss Lula McLeod.
'he government has advanced the
price of stamped envelopes.
Magistrate Barwick of Paxville tried
a case in the court house Monday.
Maj. A. Levi and wife left yesterday
for the north to be gone for the sum
Rev. N. J. Brown of Pinewood will
preach at Paxville next Sunday at 11
The friends of Magistrate ~~oumans
will be glad to learn that he is strong
enough to be out again.
Mr. C. H. Thomas and family, of
Fiorence, is in Manning visiting his
brother, Mr. F. C. Thomas.
Capt. D. J. Bradham and family have
been spending a few days on the coast.
They returned this morning.
We received from Mr. Marvin Jen
kinson of Pinewood two cotton blooms
taken from his field on the 19th.
Jenkinson is beginning to show signs
of life. he has taken a few inches of
extra space to advertise a special sale.
-How many people are there who
scorn to pay an honest debt, that feel
they are the moral sponsors for others.
Mr. Everette Iseman, medical student
at Johns Hopkins University, Balti
more, is at home spending his vaca
Darlington's purchase of a new base
ball team was rather disappoimtig in
the first game Monday. They got
Mrs. S. E. Ingram left last Friday to
accompany her daughter Mrs. Harrison
to Abbeville where she will spend sev
Clerk of Court Barron was called to
Orangeburg last Monday evening on
account of illness of his wife's sister.
He returned last evening.
The D'ckson Hardware Co., has
rented the store recently occupied by
the Mutual Dry Goods Co., and will
shortly move in their new quarters.
The Methodist congregation of this
place gave their pastor a "pounding"
last Monday evening. The event was
an enjoyable surprise to the preacher.
An unusual sight in town yesterday
was a bale of cotton on a cart drawn by
a pair Of oxen. The cotton belonged
to a colored man and 'brought 12 cents.
There should be a meeting of the
business men of this town to urge .the
reduction of fire insurance rates, sinee
Manning has good fire protection facil
The tobacco warehouses are pre
paring to do business. The yield this
season is said to be very fine, which
means that there will be an early
Mr. Pressley Barron, who bas been
living in Greenville was in Manning for
a few days, and left last night for Co
lumbia, where he has accepted a posi
tion with "Lever, the shoe man."
Died at Foreston last Sunday night
Rey, J. E. Richbourg aged about 25
years. The deceased was a brother of
Mrs. J. M. Windham of Manning. and
a son of Magistrate Richbourg of For
Married by Rev. B. K. Truluck, at
5 o'clock thiq morning at Beulah, Mr.
Simeon Carraway and Miss Blanche
Ivy. The groom is connected with the
Beulah Mercantile Company and the
bride was formerly of this town.
The Masonic fraternity of Clarendon
county was well represented at the
laying of the corner stone to the new
court house in Suniter last Thursday.
Sumter did herself proud in arranging
and managing this great ceremony.
Two automobiles have been added to
the town, and so far as the town's ordi
nances are concerned they are as silent
as a tomb so far as speed limit is con
cerned. After some serious accident
there will be an ordinance against fast
motoring through the town.
There will be a meeting tomorrow
morning at 11 o'clock to consider the
cotton warehouse project President.
Hodge has a good many shares subscri
bed, and the matter is in good shape to
become a success. Let everybody at
tend the meeting tomor.row.
Mr. F. 0. Richardson is attending
the Bankers Convention at the Isle of
Palms this week. If Phil Gadsden gets
hold of him, his board of deacons will
be investigating his conduct. That is
fast company Frank is travellig in this
week, we know, because we have just
gotten away from it.
You can't keep a working man down.
The street sprinkler was bought by
contributions from merchaats, and
those who contributed towards its pur
chase are getting the benefit from the
dust-laying spray. Hirschmann, being
a non-believer in sprinkling, declined
to contribute and tbe machine scorn
fully passes him by, but he has the
laugh on the others, they had to pay
for the water before their doors. and
he can stand in his door and see the
water-wagon go by without costing him
Died last Thursday near Paxville
after a short illness. Dr. W. H. Rey
nolds, a-d about 53 vears. The burial
took pla' in the family burying grouniid
at lI cynolds Miii. Thc deceased saw
I service in Cuba dring the Spanish
American sar. He was a good physi
cian and one of the best read men in
What came near being a disastrous
fire Thursday afternoon was prevented
by the timelv work of those present in!
McDonald's clothes pressing establish
ment. The cause of the fire was the
explosion of some gasoline which spread
but was distinguished before the ire
engine got to the scene.
Beginning July 1st, the governmeut.
requires postmasters to weigh the
different classes of mail before sending
it off, and this will take up some time,
and in order that the postmaster will
not be rushed at the last moment. the
patrons of the office are requested to
have their mail matter in as early as
The Atlantic Conist Line otTers round
trip tickets from Manning to Norfolk
and return for :7.40. The tickets are
on sale tomorrow and are good for ten
days. Here is an opportunity to go to
the Jamestown exposition to be there
on "Carolina Day." There will be
crowds of South Carolinians at James
town on the 28th.
Remember that box rets at the
postoffice are due, and must be paid
not later than Saturday, as Monday is
the 1st, of July. The government does
not allow the postmasters to put mail ia
boxes that have not been paid for in
advance. We are not required to give
this notice, but do so as a natt6r of
accommodation to parties interested.
The person who treats with contempt
the appeals made to them to pay what
they are honestly due, is no better
than a thief who robs a house. The
one who refuses to pay an honest debt,
has secured the goods of another dis
honestlv, and the thief who robs a
house has done the same thing. The
difference is. however, the thief is put
on the chaingang and the' other is not,
but should be.
The bad toad over Brewington's
causeway interferes with having a rural
mail route established in that section,
yet those most interested will content
themselves in waiting for the chain
gang to get out of Salem to fix it. The
mail route is too important to wait on
anything, if the gang cannot get there
now, the people should get together
and fix it anyway.
Manning has now two good fire
engines, with a sufficient supply of fire
wells to protect the property from fire.
it is now up to our business men,
and town authorities to take this mat
ter up with the insurance companies,
with a view to a reduction of rates. We
believe if the matter is properly pre
sented to the tariff association there
will be a reduction of fire rates at once.
On Wennesday evening at 8:30
o'clock on the 12th, at the home of the
beide's parents, Miss Sally Margaret
Elma Geddings and Mr. William Ed
ward Tisdale were united in marriage
by their pastor Rev. Geo. E. Spruill.
The bride was gowned in silk, trimmed
with lace. It was a beautiful and quietw
home wedding. After refreshments
were served the bride and groom went
to their home in the suburbs of Pax
Dry wells permitted to be dug within
a few feet of the nearest neighbor
should not be permitted. These wells
do not tend towards improving the
health of a community. and they are
very obnoxious very frequently to pas
sers by, and exceedingly distasteful to
those living near -them. The town
authorities ought to do something to
wards stopping the nuisance. A nui
sance not half so obnoxious or danger
ous, created by poor people would be
Harry Warr, son of former section
master W. A. Warr, of this town, fell
from a trestle of the C. N. and L. rail
road in Columbia last Wednesday, and
died from the injuries last Monday at
his father's home. Harry, with some
other boys started to go in bathing, and
while lowering themselves from the
trestle to the river bank. Harry's foot
slipped and he fell a distance of 30 feet,
striking on his :head. He died from con
cussion of the brain.
The medicine that sets the whole world
The remedy on which all doctors
The prescription all your friends are
are taking is
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. Dr.
W. E. Brown & Co.
Married by Major Marion Moise at
the residence of Dr. Abe Weinberg in
Sumter Thursday afternoon 20th inst.,
Dr. Charles B. Geiger and Miss Nettie
Weinberg. The groom is one of the
most prominent physicians in the
county, enjoying a very large practice.
The bride is one of Manning's favorite
daughters, noted for her amniable dis
osition and gentlenes. The couple
left on the evening train for Norfolk,
and after doing the e~s position they
will visit several northera cities before
returning to Manning the'ir home.
Piles get quick and certain relief
from Dr Shoon's Magic Ointment.
Please note it is'mad~e -2one for piles,
and its action is "ns~Live and certain.
Ttching. painful,'protruding or blind
piles disappear uike magic by its use.
Large nickel-capped glass jars 50 cents.
Sold~ by W. E. Brown Co.
The home of Mrs. W. F. Kennedy in
Kingstree, was entered yesterday
morning about 4 o'clock by a negro
man, evidently to steal. He entered
Mrs. Kennedy's room where she was
sleeping with two daughters, took hold
of the foot of one of the young ladies.
who make an outcry and the man fled.
A valise belonging to one of the Black
river bridge gang was searched. and
several articles from the Kennedy home
were found in it. The owner of the
valise escaped into the swamp, and a
searching p)arty was organized to hunt
A man who is in perfect health, so he
can do an honest day's work when
necessary, has much for which lhe
should be thankful. Mr. L. C. Rodg
ers, of Branchton, Pa., writes that lhe
was not only unable to work, but he
couldn't stoop over to tie his own shoes.I
Six bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure
made a new man of him. He savs. "Sue
cess to Foley's Kidney Cure." The
Arant Co. Drug Store.
South Carolina Georg ia Convention.
C. M. A. will meet in Charleston J uly
4-5. Great interest is being shown all
over South Carolina and Georgia in the
convention of the Coming Nen of
America which will be held at Char
leston Juir 4-5. A very interesting
program h'as been arr-anged. Cherokee
Lodge No. 4591 of that city assisted by
Seashore Lodge No. 5104 of Mount
Pleasant will act as hosts. Fourth of
July rates, which last from the second
through the eighth will be in effect.
The C. M A. official parade badlge will
Free Samples of "Prever..ss and
a booklet on Colds will be gladly mail
ed you, on request, by Dr. Shoop, Ra
cine, Wis., simply to prove merit. Pre
ventics are little Candy 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. . rown & o.
To celebrate the opening of the new
1oad between Manning and Sardinia.
which brin, s to the Court lhous'. I
everal i nfl.e erc, the eutirc Salaem
.tio in. here will be a bakt(. )iJule
011 trid1y lt 12 day of .11ulV, o01 tihe hill
of the swamp. near Sardini. Ser
Visor McFaddin promises t make the
occasion a pleasant one. He will in
vite several speakers and he expects a
larg.-e numbei of people 1in attenance.
The Ieopl)e Of SardiUii are VI-r IlW0oud
of this new road: they worked hard to
get it. and now that, it i! Completed
they want everybody to meet. wit h them
and spend a day in rejoicing.
The press despatvhe; of Su nday briug
the sad news that Rev. C. M. laillings.
a former pastor of I'axvil!e and other
Baptist churches in this county,
has been excommunicated from the
Baptist church at Blackville, on
account of an awful scandal, in
which a pretty dometic is in
volved. It is said that when Billings
heard that his church had postive
proof against him. he took the first
train and left for parts unknown. and
eserted his invalid wife and child.
Later comes the news from Augusta.
Ga.. that Mr. Billings is in that city
and claims that he had never thought
of deserting his family. Hle declined
to m-jke a statement with regard to
the charge against him. but .asks his
acquaintances to withhold judgtit
until he has hld tiime to advise with
Panola and Manzing baseball teams
plaved a very interesting game of ball
here last Fridav. It was a splendid
ame. Both sides worked har. and
were in the game from the jump: for
;everal innings not. a sc-ore was made
bv either team, and the game closed
in the ninth inning with a score of 2 to
2. Darkness prevented the tie being
broken. Unfortunately a misunder
standing arose in the latter part of the
ninth inning. Panola was at the bat,
two men out and two strikes against
the batter. Bunyan Harvin. in mak
ing second base got hurt, and asked ior
a runner to take his place. Panoi, put
up Belser, which was objected to by
Manning,and this brought on a dispute
that resulted in several of the excited
young men getting mixed up with
blows. After the game,satisfactory ex
latat'ons were made and everything
was amicably adjusted. We hope Pa
nola and Mann ng will cross bats again
soon. We would rather see their ex
hibition of base ball than that of pro
So greater mistake can be niade
than to consider lightly the evidence
f disease in your system. Dont take
desperate chances on ordinary medi
cines. Use Hollisters Rocky .\ountain
Tea. 3:5 cents, Tea or Tablets. Dr. W.
E. Brown & Co.
Two Hearts That Beat as One.
The Presbyterian church of this
town presented a beautiful picture last
Wednesday evening. The occasion
was the marriage of Dr. J. A. Cole and
Miss Kathrine E. Plowden. The audi
torium and gallery was crowded vith
admiring friends. The decorations
were very tastifully arranged. The
olor scheme was white and green. The
sles were covered with white cloth,
the rostrum was covered with the
same, and upon the rostrum was a pyra
mid of lovelv ferns. The electric lights
hone with an unusual brilliancy. The
msic for the occasion was delightfully
rendered by Mrs. G. H. Huggins.
The ushers, Messrs. W. M O'Bryan,
Joe J. Plowden, T. C. Howle, and A. J.
Rigby, very gracefully performed their
auties, and without confusion seated
the immense audience.
The wedding party assembled in the
sundav school room, and as Mrs. Hug-i
ins- ~played Lohengrin's wedding
arch the processionstarted in tihe fob.
lowing order: Ushers followed by M~r,
EL D. Plowden, father of tile bride,!
with M1rs. 0. Y. Owings of Columbir,
he bride's aunt. Immediately they
teated themselves. Then came the at-I
:endants in opposite aisles, Mliss Nannie.
odges, M~r. S. Oliver O'Bryan: Miss
gina Riser. Mr. T. M. Wells: Miss
Frances Davis. Mr. S. WV. Barron: Miss'
L-et Wilson, M1r. E. R. Plowden. Jri.:!
Miss Cornelia Plowden, Mr. XW. M.
'Bvan: M1iss Margie Appelt, M1r. J.
McSwain Woods; M1iss Cynthia Neal, of
Atlanta, 31r. Lucius H. Hiarvin: fol
lowed by Brownie Bagnal. cushion
bearer. As the couples met in the
hancei they took their positions beside
each other on the rostrum facing the
audience. Then came up the left aisle
the bride on the arm of the maid of hor.
or, Miss Sudie Davis~and from the right
front door opposite camne the groom on
the arm of Mr. WV. J. Muidrow, (f
Anderson, best man. When thle bride
and groom met in front of the altar
they joined hands and Rev. A. 1i.
Woodson. in a most impressive man
ner, tied the nutptial knot. During the
:eremony the organ in low,. sweet mel
d pealed forth --Hearts and Floivers.
n response to the question, "what
token?" the best ma.1 presented a ring,
nd tile maid of honor prepared the
bride's finger and the groom placed it.
The ceremony was beautifully im
pressive. The. bride was attired in
white silk, en traine. with a tull veil,
length of dress. and carried in her
hand a bouquet of bridal roses. The
maid of honor was attired in white
lingere over green, and trreen girdle.
carring a bouquet of white carnat ions.
The bridesmaids were dressed in white
trimmed with lace, green girdles, and
each carried a bouquet of white carna
tions tied with green ribbons. Brownie
Bignl, the cushion bearer. was also
dressed in white. The uishers and
groomsmen wvore the regulation even
ing dress suits.
When the ceremony was concluded
the organist struck up 31eudelshon's
march, the bride and groom leading
followed by their attendants niarchedi
merrily down the right aisle. out of the
At thle home of the bride's fathler
there was a r'.:ception. The guests were
received by Mrs. 0. Y. Owings and
Mr. A. I. Barron. .Tile house was dec
orated in tile same color scheme. green
and white. Refreshments were seeved
in the dining room by Misses Martha
Davis;.Tulia Cuttino, and- Rita H uggins.
Mesdames G. H. Huggins and Hleriott
assisted in the entertainment of guests.
The display of p)resents took place
in the left parlor, and they were many.
beautiful and useful. The popularity
of the couple wits mianifestedl by the
number of costly and handsome pres
ents sent from friends at home as well
Misses Willie Spencer and Susie
Harvin. during the evening served
~unch.' Miss Cynthia Neal. a school
mate of tile bride, was tihe lucky one
to catch the brida! -botuque..
Thursday morning, amid showers of
rice and the sincere congratulations of
a host of friends, the happy couplle
took tile train for Asheville. where
hey will spend about, two wveeks and
ier return to their home in Manning.
Rates from Manning. S. C.. as fol
Season ticket, 817.6i0. Sold daily
A\pril 19th to November :30th.
60 Day ticket. $14.'0. Sold daily
Apr-il 19th to November:30th.
10 Day ticket. $1:3.05. Sild daily
AApril 19th to November :30th.
Coach Excursion 87.40. Sold ea ch
Tuesday; limit seven days. I'ndorsed
not good in parlor or sleeprnc cars.
Through Pullman sleepmgn' cars *r~oml
Fort Tampa and Jacksonilrle, 11la..
tlanta and Augusta, Ga. WXilmrng
ton. N. 0.. via the A tiane Coas.t Line
Write for a beautiful illustrated
folder containing mans, descriptive
matter, list of hotels, etc. For reser
vations or any information, address W,
. Craig. Pa~ssenger Traffic M~anager,
or T. C. White, General Passenger
Aent. Wilminton, N. C.
A ll parties hiavinZ s'uibSCribe~d to thet
capital -tock of th Manning Ware
house and everv )thjer person desiriul
L do .>o, pleasc'meet at, Ib e L cour1ousc
on Tliurdav. the 27th of .une, at 11
o'clock. at, I ich ti me the oflicers-both
the directors and business ir.anager
will be elected.
This is the only way we can get coM
petitive bids so that the association can
et Con'o1 of their cotton.
Le(t, everybody come out and aid in
this griand undertakintg which means
So mu11ch for the every walk of life and
the upbuilding of the South.
Inemember the date. Thursday, June
127. 19'. 1). IIODGE.
Is Beauty Only Skin Deep?
ceauty is only skin deep, but the
forces that create beauty as deep as
the fountain from which they flow,
wheu the blood is charget' with impu
rities beauty disappears, when the
blood is pure beauty blosson's in face
1and form. Rydanle's-Liver Tablets keep
I the Liver healthy aird the bowels reg
I ular. prevents the blood becomingt
ladened with bile and waste matter,
makes the skin clear, eves bright and
beauty more than skin 'deep. Dr. W'
IE. Brown & Co.
Two scholarships at the Citadel, one
or more at Clemson and probably one
at Winthrop. Application blanks can
be had by writingZ to the president of
the college or by calling at. this office
on Saturdar. 'The examination will be
hel at. the'court -i house on Friday. July
This examination will serve as an
entrance as well as a scholarship ex
amination. S. P. HOLLADAY.
Jlune 8th, 1907.
Itch cured in 30 ininutes by Wool ford's
Sanitary Lotion. Never fails. Sold by
W. E. Brow, & Co.. Druggists.
Insure your Tobacco now with the
Carolina Hail Insurance Co. and be
protected when the Hail comes. All
other crops insured. J. M. Windham,
Agent. Manning. S. C.
We have in stock now and can fill all
orders at once for Flour, Gr'ists, Meal.
Rice, Sugar. aud Lard. Corn, Oats.
Ground Feeds and Hay, Brick, Lime,
Ceientand drawn Cypress Shingles.
If it is not good stuff, just brlng it back
and get your money. That is our kind
f a guarantee. Legg & Hutchinson.
Southern Railroad Training School.
Owing to vacation of the schools
throughout the summer, we are inak
ing a special otter 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,
1gr. Southern Railroad Training
School, 120(;. Main St., Columbia. S. C.
a. - .V N-;4( I.. E. v. MORON.
INSURE YOUR HORSE.
If you are a business Or' professional
man the wisdom of this enterprise must
appeal to you as sound. You have paid
for your horse, you have fed, stabled
and cared for him, you even feel an
affection for him. li he f ies, 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
DEATH FROMl ANY CAUSE.
Now in the vast categor'y of protec
tion perhaps you have never thought of
your horse, but we have done so for
you. 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 Jenkinson & Horton its
Yours for protection,
JENKINSON & HORTON.
'STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COURT OF COMDION PLEAS.
Summons foi' Relief.
Melia or Milly Peterson, Plaintiff
Susa-a Bradley, Defendant.
To The Defendant Susan Bradley:
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answee the complaint in this
action, which a copy is filed in the
office of Clerk of Court. and to serve
a copy of your answer to the said corn
plaint on the subscriber at his office at
Mannirg in Clarendon County in said
State within twenty days after the
service hereof, exclusive 'of the day of
such service: if you fail to answ'er the
comu lainut wvithin the time aforesaid,
the plaintitT in this action will apply
to the Court for th'e relief demanded
in the complaint.
J. H. LESESNE,
To The Defendant Susan Bradley:
Take notice that the Summons and
Complaint in this action were filed in
the oflice of the Clerk of Court of Com
mon Pleas for said County and State on
the 25th day of June, A. D. 1907.
.T. H. LESESNE,
Plaintiff's A ttorney.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Ciarendon,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Charles B. Geiger,. PlaintifT
Peter S. Jayroe, Peter S. Jayroe, Jr..
Teddie Jayroe, and Birdie Jayroe.
Summons, For Relief.
To The Defendants Above Named:
You are hereby summoned and r'e
guired to answer the Complaint in this
action of which a copy is herewith
served upon you. and to serie a copy
of vour' answer to the said Complaint
en' the subscribers at their ottice in
Mlanning, S. C.. within twenty dlays
after the service hereof: exclusive of
the day of such ser'vice: and if you fail
to answer the Coinplaint within the
time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this ac
tion will apply to the Court for the
relief demanded in the Complaint.
The defendant, Peter S. .Jayroe will
take notice that the Summons and Comn
plainlt in this action were filed in the
olice of the Clerk of Court for Claren
Ion County on June 24. 1907.
D)AVIS & WEINEERG,
Notice of Discharge.
1 will apply to the JIudge of Probate
for Clarcndon County on the 23rd day
of .Juiv. 1907, for Letters of Dis
charge as admninistrator of the estate
of Ellen V,. Sports, deceased.
W. T. SPORTS,
GrAieelyviile. S. C.. June 22, 1907.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Probate
for Clarendon County on the 23rd day
of July, 1907, for letters of discharge
as adrministrator'of the estate of Samuel
R.obert Epps, deceased.
BRA\XTON B. T HOMPSON,
nohlh . C.(. Jnne 22. 1907.
Scoffs Emulrsion strengthens enfeebled 0'!
nursing mothers by increasing their flesh and
It provides baby with the necessary fat
and mineral food for healthy growth.
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 Linas include practically everything needed by
the general p -blic.
2. Our Qaalities 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 I
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.l. -
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.
D. HIRSCHA NN
C. M. Davis & Co.'s Old Stand.
We will offer for sale
Sat "Extraordinary Bar- [
Sgains"~ our stock of Col- g
a ored Wash Fabrics. The
i line consists of Muslims.
! Batistes, Dimities, Or- 2
8 gandies, Swisses, Mulls, 2
2 Zephyrs, Tissues, Etc. [
g Owing to the prolonged [
Scoolw weather some lines a
i of our Summer Goods i
Sare not moving fast en- i
s ough, hence this
All 6 1-4c. and 7 1-Sc. Goods marked down
to 5c. the yard.
All 10c. Goods marked down to 8 1-Sc. yd.
All 12 1-2c. Goods marked down to 10c. yd.
All 15c. and 16 1-3c. Goods are marked
do wn to 12 1-2c.
All 20c. Goods marked down to 15c. yard.
All 25c. and 35c. Goods marked down to
We have a selection of about 25 pieces of
Novelty Wash Fabrics and Novelty Half Silk
SFabrics which expresses fully the newest ideas
Sin weaving. In this Line you will find Goods
worth fully 25c. and 35c. marked aown to 19c.
the yard. Goods worth 40c. and 50c. marked
down to 35c. the 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.
300 Ladie's Taped-neck Gauze Vests, worthi
10c. anywhere, marked down to 3c. each.
8 Other very Special Bar
i gains too numerous to e
2 mention, just come and 2
3 we can show you.
3 The Young Reliable,
ringr Your Job Printing to The Times.
r'. P. ERVL IN WCOGER McINTOSEI. 7-. E NKINSON,
MANNING, S. C.
The Tobacco season for 1907 is -drawing
near and the People's Warehouse is the place to
sell your tobacco. We will be open and ready for
We expect to have a qood corps of buyers
Lhis season and guarantee the highest market
prices for all tobacco placed on our floor. For
highest prices and square dealing bring your to
bacco to the
W. KOGER McINTOSH, Manager.
IF IT IS
you are needing we are in shape to suit you,
having now one hundred on our floors to
select from, that must be sold as cheap as
quality will admit, to make room for others
now on the road. Full line of
and Binder's Twine on hand all the time.
Money back if wanted. In fact, we can sup
ply all your needs in our line. Come to see
us and be convinced. Our Harness last a
Yours for business.
D. M. Br adham.
Now that summer is here why not. get
right on the
by using the famous
[ SATSUMA BLEND.
A good long smile in every glass. 'Twill -
please the most fastidious. Specially
Blended for icing. Price
75c. THE POUND.
For sale only by
'T'E MANNING GROCERY CO,
Purveyors to Particular People.
Chicora College for Young Women*
GREENVILLE, S. C.
eA Cyherstia Hme Sol A Hin dof.Grade College. Owned and Control
-h xprsion and Business. eant buildings ad ground wot $50 ,0 rt,
rn Conveniences. Handsome Auditorium. Large Pipe Organ. Healthful chi
~lde i ~an uitin for Music, At, orEpressionee $03.00 Bflson
Next session begins September the 19th, 1907. For catalogue and io
W. P. HAVKINS & COMPANY
has just received a carload of the Celebrated
i s is the best Buggy sold in this section of the State and
and have on hand a complete line of Harness, Whips, Etc. Tfhey
also have on hand
The Piedmont Wagon.
All sizes, and which they also warrant to bht e.alCif nd eer
tha an w a o nesold in this section of theSte.Clan se