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Li)UI5 APPIcU., Editor.
MANNING, S. C., JAN. 6. 1909.
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notice everU subscription in
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be stricken off. This is done
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Dostal regztltions.Sow atch
. he label on The Times, it
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COME FROM UNDER
There seems to be an -
tea all over the coup:, r:at
the duty of a g
rret our violatiou:s of -.. This
a mistake, a manr. .te:as no
ore right n-+ :. -ooking
r law br -:-t. :any other
tizen, -i . is to serve
arrart sr :h:e violating the
W, .nd ':is 1s done upon the
dayt o e her citizen. Mag
:_ S of Pinewood has
a .-tter signed "a friend
o'S' directing his attention
bhind tiger in his section, the
tr ter of this letter reminds the
yagistrate of his duty, but is
'relict in duty himself by not
going to the magistrate and
swearing out a warrant. No if
this annoymous writer came out
t his hiding and made an -af
fidavlt upon-hich the magistrate
could have issued a search and
arrest warrants, he would have
become known. and this he evi
dently does not desire.
There is no use trying to en
force law by bushwacking meth
mon Rich has been selling whiskey for
some time Now Judge you know the
law, you know your duty, you know
what is required of you, I w ill sec if you
are the right kind of an officer, if you
do your duty in this matter well and
good, if not you w i likely hear from
this matter later. The Governor is at
your back in this matter, don't delay,
i send at once and stop this terrible evil,
send today and you- can catch most of
this whiskey. The whiskey was not
shipped in Solomon Rich's name but to
another negro, Solomon got the stuff all
the same. This is no fake job, I am re
sponsible for all I write you, send out at
once and get the liquor.
Yours for law and order,
A FRaEND OF YouRs.
THEORY VS. PRACTICE.
.The following clipping was
sent to this office by a Prohibi
tionist to show that prohibition
in Atlanta is working successful
ly notwithstanding the fact that
in one day in that city 233 arrests
were made for drunkenness, the
largest number of arrests for
drunkenness ever made in that
Atlanta, Ga., Jan. 1.--With prohibi
tion in effect in this city the number of
cases of drunkenness tried in police
court during the past year fell off ap
proximately 50 per cent, as compared
with 1907. Other crimes decreased pro
Since the above clipping w:
published, in yesterdays dis';
ches from Atlanta the city
order has made his ann"
port. The dispatch is as
Atlanta, Ga., January 4
lanta's near-bear saloons
intoxicating drinks is tb
the annual report today .- . .
"The most seri ays,
"to tempP' is
th~ ~- of
. oshow the differ
- etween the opinions of
t'rohibitionists and the official
records. It is a notorious fact
ithat prohibition in the cities of
Georgia is almost a farce. In Sa
vannah and Augusta saloons are
open and in full blast, very little
effort, if any is made to suppress
the illegal traffic. In Atlanta the
"Near-beer" saloons sell intoxi
cants, and the traffic in Milledge
ville has been going on to such
an extent that it is proposed to
get the legislature to impose a
$20,000 license, which if carries
to the courts will be upset on th<
ground of excessiveness.
The sum and the up-shot of tha
business is that as long as Con
gress permits liquor to be trans
ported into '-dry territory" s
long will intoxicants be sold, wit]
an occassional arrest and convic
tion. There must be a sincere
sentiment with the majority t
enforce the law against the sale
The trouble we find with the
Prohibs, is that they accept thi
views of Prohibitionists only an<
this, in spite of the official rec
ords to the contrary. Take ou
local conditions, liquor is freel:
handled all over the county: ii
this town there have been a fev
arrests and convictions, bu
where there are no active polic
the receipts at the various sta
tions show large quantities o
liquor consumed. Perhaps some
may believe this liquor is use<
for bathing purposes, we do not
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward fc
any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured b
Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Props.. Toledo. 0.
We. the undersigned. have known F. J. Chene
for the last 15 years, and believe him perfect)
honorable in all business transactions and finar
cially able to carry out any obligations made h
WEST & TRUAX. wholesale drugrists. Toledo. C
WAt Lc. KxssAN & M.Rvixs. wholesale dru,
gists. Toledo. O.
Halils Catarrh Cure is taken internally. actin
directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces c
the system. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by a:
drugxis-. Testimonials free.
Hal'- -ally Pills are the best.
Of A:erest to Farmers.
almost at hand for the
._rrtie: :"ocure his fertilizers for the
- 'co. The question now confront
i:n is, how can he get the ma.xi
m amount of most available plan
:oda at the minimum price.
Although growing plants derive thei
food from soil, water and air, it is the
fertility of the soil which concerns us i1
the application of commercial fertiliz
ers. The chief elements which plant:
derive from the soil are potassium, phos
phorous, nitrogen, calcium, and sul
phur; sodium, magnesium, silicon, iro:
and chlorine are taken up in lesser quan
titles. The constant natural activities
which are going on in the soil general
lv furnish enough of these elements ex
cept nitrogen, phosphoric acid and pot
ash. thess being the three element
which give to commercial fertilizer;
their market value, and it is these thre<
constituents that the farmer must buy
The next question is, in what form shal
they be bought? As unmixed material:
or as mixed fertilizers? It is in the en
deavor to answer this question-they -
write this article.
Thejmanufacture of avialable phos
phoric acid from the raw rock or bone
-isan operation requiring both skill an(
experience, and to the novice. is attend
ed by some danger; therefore, excep
under exceptional circumstances, it i
not desirable for the farmer to attemp
to make "superphosphates." On th<
contrary, the operation of mixing the
manufactured goods is rather simple
The necessary qualifications are (1) judg
ment in selecting materials for mixing
r ! :nwledge of- the calculations in
naterials to be used will de
L tight floor to stir your ma
->p grown, and the curren
-- material. Phosphoric aci<
Sturity of the crop and aid:
eveloping the seed. Potasi
- he rowing season..and stif
1k. while lii-ogenous fertil
-apid and luxuriant growth
-- he most expensive elemen
.. -' t, can be supplied by mean
-. us.crops such as cowpea. so:
However. our systems of ro
*not as yet been develope(
- we hope they will be befort
e one crop system is used t
- snt that much of our nitro
ht. In buying nitrogen.
itrate of soda, sulphate o
ed blood and cotton see<
- ried blood is now selling a
resent prktes get my' nitro
* itrate of soda. sulphate o
-:otton seed meai.
commercial sources of pot
it, muriate and sulphate o
-~ - nit contains about 12 pe
- nuriate about 50 per cen
iiphate of potash about 4
0). For c.)tton and corn.
iriate or kainit rather :.ha
potash because they ar
*. muriate cannot be used fo
-- use it injures the burnin,
*- the leaf. For root crops
such as potatoes and turnips, some auth
rities claim that the sulphate is bet
tr. We can obtain our supply of acit
hosphate from the 4 per cent or 16 pe
cent article. When prices are propor
tionate, the higher grade is preferabl
because we can haul more pounds c
pant food in a given weight of the ma
terial. When buying these materials
do not be afraid to waste a few postagi
stamps in writing to a number of firms
If your farm does not warrant your or
.ering a carload of raw materials, thei
form a club and order together. ther,
being no difficulty in dividing goods tha
are already sacked.
2. We'now come to the subject of cal
culations. A unit is 1 per cent of a tot
or 20 lbs. If we wish an 8-:3-3 guano, wi
must have in a ton of 8 units of phos
phoric 'acid, 3 units of ammonia or it
equivrent in nitrogen, and 3 units o
potash. Converted to pounds we hav<
160 pounds of phosphoric acid, 60 pound:
of ammonia, and 60 pounds of potash
Suppose. in mixing our fertilizer, w<
wish one-half of our ammonia derive<
from nitrogen of cotton seed meal guar
anteed 117-.1. and the other half fron
nitrogen of nitrate of soda equivalen
18 per cent amonia, the potash (K20
from mnuriate 50 per cent, and the phos
phoric acid, from 16 per said acid phos
We get the number of hu a
of material to supply a irivr
~lant food by dividing thL
plan'. food desired by the p0
amed in the material. 429
ton seed meal furnishes nitrogen equiv
alent to 30 lbs. of ammonia but it fur
nishes in addition 6.44 lbs. phosphoric
acid and 4.29 lbs. of potash. 17 lbs. of
nitrate of soda furnishes nitrogen equiv
alent to 30 lbs. of ammonia, but no pot
. ash or phosphoric acid. 950 lbs. of acid
phosphate furnishes 153.56 lbs. of phos
phorie acid and the cotton seed meal
1 furnishes 6.44 lbs. so we have the 1G0
lbs. required. Similarly 111 lbs. of mu
riate of potash furnishes 55.71 lbs. (K20)
potash. We now have the necessary
plant food for an 8-3- guano in 107
3 lbs. of material. Just add 333 lbs. of cirt
and mix thoroughly and we have a ton
by weight containing 100 lbs. of phos
phoric acid, 60 lbs. of ammonia, and 0
- lbs. of potash. which, if properly mixed
I should analyze 8-3-3.
- Suppose that we had used 400 lbs. of
cotton seed meal, 200 lbs. of nitrate of
soda, 100 lbs. of muriate of potash and
1000 labs. of 16 per cent acid phosphate,
1 it being more convenient to use full
sacks and avoid a lot of weighing.
o . -:
To get high grade mixed fertilizers,
we must use high grade raw materials.
In the above formula, if no filler is add
ed. we would divide by 17 instead of 20
and would have 1,700 lbs. of %vhat should
analyze about 9.76-3.10. It is obvious
that we cannot get an 8-4-4 goods by
getting all of our ammonia from cotton
seed meal and all of our potash from
Very likely the above mentioned mix
ture would run slightly over gnarantee,
because the seller would have to allow,
or should allow a margin on each of his
raw materials, whereas, in a mixed fer
tilizer one, or even two of the elements,
may be below guarantee and the other
might pull it over in relative- commer
3. Any tight floor will do to do the
mixing on, but it is preferable to have
a house or shed, for it will then be pos
sible to do the mixing on rainy days.
when very little else could be done.
A practical farmer who does his own
mixing tells me tbat he had three hands
tt. do the mixing, two raking with hoes
and one shoveling it over constantly.
They used about 800 lbs. at a time and
as soon as it was thoroughly mixed, put
it back into the same sacks that the raw
material came out of. The work of mix
ing should be done at about one dollar
per ton. The difference in prices quot
ed by the factories on the same amounts
of fertilizers in mixed and unmixed
goods rat ges from three todfour dollays
per noT~a Tavor of-t-ni unmnixea goous.
To briefly sum up the advantages of
home mixing are: The farmer knows
just what are the sources of the ele
mnents in his fertilizers and thbus avoids
undesirable sources. He may study his
soils. crops, and conditions and supply
in any proportion those ingredients
which are most needed. He saves the
transportation and hauling home of the
filler, the middle man's profit and two
or three dollars per ton on the actual
mix ng. . E.KEITT,
mixig. T E.Chemist.
S. C. Agr. Exp't.. Station Clemson Col
lege, S. C.
Simple Remedy For La Grippe.
Racking la grippe coughs that may
develop into pneumonia ov night are
quickly cured by Foley's Honey and
Tar. The sore and inflamed lungs are
healed and strengthened, and a danger
ous condition is quickly averted. Take
only Foley's Honey and Tar-in the yel
low packages. W. E. Brown & Co.
- "I am sorry, my dear sir, but I neg
lected to bring my surgical tastru
' ments with me."
"That will be all right, doctor. The
~lumber who has been working in the
cellar has left his tools here."-Ex
- The Fetted Calf.
- That mighty unfair trick of killing
the fatted calf for the prodigal causes
Smore family rows than anything else
on earth except the division of father's
Out of a great evil may come a great
f If you will take Foley's Ormno Laxa
tive 'until the bowels become regular
y o will not have to take purgatives
-'onstantly, as Foley's Orino Laxative
positively cures chronic c'onstipation
and sluggish liver. Pleasant to take.
W. E. Brown & Co.
How He Knew.
A ragmau who wvas gathering up
-wornout clothing in the country pur
chased a pair qf discarded trou~iers at
a farmhouse and remarked to the man
of the house as he paid for the stuff
he had bought:
"I see, sir, that you are about to lose
your land on a uiortgage."
"Guess you are right," said the dis
couraged looking farmer, "but will you
tell me how the Sam Hill you found
"Easy enough," said the cheerful
ragman as he settled back on the seat
of his peddling wagon. "I notice that
these old pants are completely played
out, so far as the part of 'em you sat
down on is concerned, but they show
mighty little wear anywhere else."
Personal experience with a tube of Man Zan
Pile Remedy will convmece .vou it is immediate
relief for all forms of Piler G uarantee: 50e. The
Just His Luck.
"William, Freddie informs me that
his teacher has decided to advance him
from the sixth to the seventh grade
owing to his fine deportment and his
praiseworthy attention to his studies."
"Phw! That's just my luck!"
"Why, what makes you say that?"
"I had it all figured out that I was
going to be about $10 ahead at the end
of this month. Now It will be neces
sary to buy at new set of schoolbooks."
Itch curedi in :30 minutes by Wool
fod's Sanitary Lotion. Never fails.
A Wedding Decoration.
Whether it was a mistake or a joke
or simply an exampfe of bad taste is
a question that is still puzzling most
of the passengers. But no matter
about that. It certainly was a floral
masterpiece. Full four feet it stood
from the ground, in the form of a
cross. Roses white and roses red
composed the body of the cross, and
dainty white blossoms and green
leaves formed the trimmings. In the
center the word "Peace" was spelled
out in rosebuds.
Everybody in the car admired the
offering, and when the bcy set it
down on the floor all leaned forward
to examine it more closely. At length
one old gentleman stood up and read
justed his glasses in order to get a
better look at it.
"That is a mighty pretty posy
you've got there," he said. "Who,
may I ask, is dead?"
The boy giggled.
"Nobody 't I know of," he said.
"This ain't for a funeral; it's for a
The old gentleman sat down heav
"Good Lord!" he said. "What idiot
ever ordered Peace' inscribed on a
The rest of the passengers smiled,
and many of them, - being married,
wondered as well, but nobody ventur
ed an explanation.-New York Times.
CATARRH CURED AT HOME
Trial Treatment of Dr. Blosser's Catarrh
Remedy Free to Sufferers.
If you have catarrh of the nose. throat. or
lungs, if you are constantly spitting. blowing
the nose. have stopped up feeling, head noises.
deafness, asthnrma. bronchitis or weak lungs.
you can cure yourself at home by a remedy so
simple that even a child can use it.
It will cost you only a postal card to get a
liberal free trial package of Dr. Blosser's
wonderful remedy. It is sent by mail to every
interested sufferer. Certainly no offer could be
The full treatment is not expensive. A pack
age containing enough to last one whole month
will be sent by mail for $1.00.
A postal card with your name and address
sent to H. R. BO'GER. Manning. S. C.. will bring
you by return mail the free trial treatment and
an interesting booklet. so that you can at once
begin to cure vcurself privately a- home.
The Auditor's office will be open
until the 20th day of February, 1909,
to re'eive returns of real estate and
personal property in Clarendon
county for the year 1909.
Taxpayers return what they own
on the first day of January, 1909.
A penalty of 50 per cent. will be
added after the 20th day of Febru
'rhe Auditor will be at the follow
ing places in person, or by proxy, to
New Zion, Monday, Jan. 18.
Douglass (Turbeville's store), Tues
day, Jan. 19.
McFaddin's, Wednesday, Jan. 20.
Midway (McIntosh's store), Thurs
day, San. 21.
Harmony (A. R. Chandler's), Fri
day, Jan. 22.
Alcolu, Saturday, Jan. 2-. -
Paxville, Monday, Jan. 25.
Pinewood, Tuesday, Jan. 26.
Brown's store. Wednesday, Jan. 27.
Suinnerton, Thursday. Jan. 28.
St. Paul, Friday, Jan. 29.
X Roads, Saturday, Jan. 30.
Jordan, Monday. Feb. 1.
St. Marks (H. A. Alsbrooks), Tues
day, Feb .2.
Forest on, (Cantey's store), Wed
nesday, Feb. 3.
Wilson's Mill, Thursday, Feb. 4.
from loss by Fire. Don't~ wait 'till af
ter the Fire to give the matter your
consideration: now is the time to think
FIRE INSURANCE POLICIES
issured for v ery moderate rates. Reli
ability is the foundation of all our busi
E. C. HORTON, Manager.
110W ABOUT YOUR PLUMBING.
Hav~e you experienced any. difliculty
in obtaining hot w'ater when you are
most in need of it? Are yout' nostr;:s
saluted with offensive smells, indica
tive of disease-breeding germs? Better
look into the mnatter-, don't you ihinki
Better let us do the looking, and then
,he necessar'y repairing to put things
straiht and sweet.
R. tI. PlASTERS,
19 King St27-I2reet, Charleston, S C
AND CURE 'WEi LUNCS
nDOUCHS so 00.
I"~ POLDS Trial 0Bottle Free
AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES.
OR NONEY REFUNDED.
Arant's Drug Store.
D.ig's New Life Pils
SThe best in the world,
lanZan Pile Remedy
RELEVES WuuEN OTHERS rAI
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon,
B3y .Iames M. Windham, Esq.. Probate
W HEREAS. David E Geddings made
suit to me. to grant him Letters of
Administration of the Estate and Effects
of Norman L. Carroway.
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said Norman L.
Carroway, deceased, that they lie and
appear before me, in the Court of Pro
bate, to be held at Manning on the
21st day of January next, after publica
tion thereof, at 11 o'clock in the. fore
noon, to show cause, if any they have,
why the said administration should not
Given under my hand, this 2nd day
of Jannary, A. D. 1909.
JAMES M. WINDHAM,
[SEAL.1 Judge of Probate.
, Regulr? ?
If you are not, is is a sign of
disease, a sign oi some hidden
V female trouble, that may be under
mining and weakening your con
t. stitution, and laying up for you
Imuch future suficring.
Many thousands of weak, ir
regular, suffering women have, in
the past 50 years, been greatly
benefited or cured by the use of
that well-known, successful, purely
vegetable, female tonic and cura
Apple G. Barnes, of Alto, Tex.,
writes: "I caught cold, which
made me irregular and gave me
pains in my shoulders and sides.
For almost 2 weeks I could not
lift a chair. Cardui brought me
all right again;, I have no more
pains and am in very good
At All Drugists r
WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE,
stating age and describing symp
toms, to Ladies Advisory Dept.,
The Chattanooga Medicine Co.,
Chattanooga., Tenn. E 34
- Tem US mS5-KA
of to-day realizes the absolute neces
sity of having a bank account with
a thoroughly reputable
A~t this Bank von will find that all
our customers are treated with cour
tesy and consideration. In raany ways
you. will find it to your advantage to
Tl1i Ballk of MailllIll,
Manning, S. C.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Probate
for Clarendon county on the 22nd day
of January, 1909, for letters of dis
charge as admlnistratrix of the estate
of H J. McLeod, deceased.
MARY A. McLEOD,
Paxville, S. C., December 21, 1908.
Woodmen of the World.
Meets on fourth Monday nights at
Visiting Sovereigns invited.
W. C. DAVIS. J. A. WEINBERG.
DAVs & WEINBERG,
ATTORNEYS AT LA W,
MANNING, S. C.
Prompt'attention given to collections.
R. J. FRANK GEIGER,
MANNING, S. C.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
e.J ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Manning, S. C
Ottice Over Levi's Store.
. o. env. s. ounVSn o'eav
URDY & O'BRYAN,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
MANNING, S. C.
BEATY & BEATY,
ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS.
Civil Engineering, Land Surveying,
Drainage. Pron~pt attention to out-of
'alluchat Bluilino. MANNING. S. C.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
11ANNING, S. C.
Makes Kidneys and Biadder Right
J. S. BELL,
AUTOMOBILES, and all kinds of Ma
PLUMBING. and Steam Fitting. Cut
and Thread Pipe from 1-8 to 6
HEAVY BLACKSMITH Work Done
J. S. BELL.
LAXATIVE cough remedy,
For coughs, colds, throat and lung
troubles. No opiates. Non-alcoholic.
Good for everybody. Sold everywhere.
FOLEY'S HONEY and TAR is in
aYellowpackage. Refuse substitutes.
Prepared only by
Foley & Company, Chicago.
W. E. BROWN & CO.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
G. A. Norwood, Jr., Plaintiff
George P. Plowden and John Reid, De
SUMriONS FOR RELIEF.
To the Defendants George Plowden
and John Reid.
You are hereby summoned and re- f
quired to answer the Complaint in this j
action of which a copy is herewith
served upon you, and Ito serve a copy
of your answer to said Complaint on e
the subscriber, at his office in Man
ning, Clarendon County, S. C., within i
twenty days after the service hereof,
exclusive of the day of such service;
and if you fail to answer the Complaint
within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff
in tais action will apply to the Court
for the relief demanded in the Com
The defendant, George Plowden,
will also take notice that the Com
plaint in this action was duly filed in
the office of the Clerk of Court of Com
mon Pleas for Clarendon County.
South Carolina, on the 22nd day of
Everything of the best for
the personal wear and adorn
ment of both sexes.
We fill mail orders carefully
Charleston, S. C.
Notice is hereby given, in accordance
with the requirements of law, and
especially of Section 34 Volume 1 of the
Civil Codle of South Carolina, that the
undersigned intends to make an appli
cation to the Honorable the General
A ssembly of the State of South Caro
lina, at its coming session. for permis- I
sion and authority to erect and main
tain a proper bridge across the Santee
River, from some point on its property
on the North or East side as may be of
said river in Clarendon County, to some
point on its property on the South or
West side as may be, of said river in
Berkeley County; in the locality of its
Mill Plant; and connecting the said Mill
Plant with its property on the oth'er
December 5, 1908.
The books for the collection of
taxes will open on October 15, 1908,
and close on March 15, 1909. The ,
levies are as follows:
State, 5+ mills; ordinary county,
2 mills; special road, j mill; consti
tutional school tax, 3 mills.
Interest on court house bonds, 1
mill; interest on county bonds, j
mill; special tax for School District
No. 1, 2 mills; special tax for School
District No. 2, 3 mills; special tax for
School District No. 5, 3 mills; special
tax for School District No. 7, 4 mills;
special tax for School District No.
, 8 mills; special tax for School Dis
trict No. 10, 8 mills; special tax- for
School District No. 11, 2 mills; spe
ial tax for School District No. 15, 3
mills; special tax for School District
No. 16, 2 mills; special tax for School
District No. 18, 2 mills; special tax
for School District No. 19, 4 mills;
special tax for School District No. 20,
mills; special tax for School District
No. 21, 3 mills; special tax for School
District No. 22, 9 mills; special tax
for School District No. 24, 1 mill;
special tax for School District No. 25,
3 mills; special tax for School Dis
trict No. 26, 4 mnills; special tax for
School District No. 27, 3 mills; spe
cial tax for School District No. 28,
L. L. WE LLS,
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Probate
for Clarendon County on the 5th day of
anuary 1909 for letters of discharge as
dministrator of the estate of July Wat
son deceased. DAVID LEVI.
St. Paul, S. C., December 4th, 190$. -
EE & McLELLAN,
Civil Engineers and Land Surveyors,
SUMTER, S. C.
for ch.2dren. eafe. .me. No antates
C. S. RIGB
Closing Out Sale.
We are going out of business in Manning. Everything to
e closed out at actual COST in the next fifteen a.vs. This is not
bluff or fake sale but a genuine cost sale. The opp6rtuaity to buy
rood Merchandise at actual wholesale prices with t the 10 per
ent added is offered you for 15 days beginning
saturday morning January 9t 1909 and
Closing Saturday night January 231:
Don't fail to take advantage of this Sale, as you can buy
cods cheaper than you've ever had the opportunity to buy them
efore. NOTHING held back in the-entire stock, we don't want to
hip anything if we can possibly avoid it. D~ess Goods, Trim
mings, Laces, Embroiderys, Notions, Dry Goodo, Clothing, Shoes,
[ats, Caps, Furnishings. Gents and Ladies U derwear, Hosiery,
.tc., Bed Spreads, Sheets, Pillow Cases, Comforts, Blankets.-Etc.,
Jadies Cloaks, Etc., Millinery Goods, Etc.,'T unks, Suit Cases,
land Satchels, Rugs, Etc. EVERY ARTICLE tin Stock to be-sold
,t wholesale prices. Don't fail to visit this, our first, last and on]
ale in Manning.
You can buy Dress Goods cheaper tha you ever bought
hem before, buy Neckwear cheaper than eve *fore, Belts cheap
r than ever before, Collars, Suspenders, Hosiery and Underweat.._
heaper than ever before, a suit of Clothes ch aper than ever be
ore offered you, a Cloak cheaper than ever before, Shoes, Hats,
tc., cheaper than ever before, Blankets, Comforts, Spreads,
heets and Cases cheaper than ever before, Otings, Sea Islands,
]eaches, Cambrics, White Goods, Ginghams, ,Percals and Domes
ics of all kinds cheaper than ever before, Updbrellas cheaper than
ver before offered you, small Notions, T wels, Handkerchiefs,
loves, Etc., cheaper than ever before. Sa ie your dimes and dol
ars and come to the Sale.
Jan. 9th, to Jan. 2
C. S. RIGB 'S.
25PER CElN. OFF
On the Entire Stock of
.Clothing from Regular
Prices .for 20 D~Iays Only.
Having had our Stables, corner. of Liberty and Sumter
treets destroyed by the Christmas fire 'we have purchased the
usiness of Geo. F. Epperson and will donduct our business in the
ture at his stand, Norh Main and Canal gtreets.
We will offer our entire Fire Stock at apd below dost prices.
Come and sea us.
BOOTHfABY IVYE STOKP~
SUMTER, S. C.
A J OB W OR K
TO THE TIMES OFFICE.