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Publishes All County and Town Of
- MANNING, S. C., FEB. 27, 1901.
The advanced messengers of Spring
have made their appearance at The
JENKINSON DRY GOODS STORE.
The most exquisite line of Spring Silks
for Shirt Waists ever shown in the town
are now on sale at this store at very at
A very choice selection of yard-wide,
very fine Cloth Percale, beautiful
styles, only lOc per yard.
A very nice selection of Spring Shirt
ing Prints at 5c per yard.
A nice selection of Covert Cloths for
making ladies' every day Skirts, only
10c per yard, usual price 12jc..
Ladies, I know you are thinking
about renovating your rooms for the
- approaching Spring. We are prepared
for you. A nice line of choice Mattings
for that floor and a very choice selec
tion of Lace Curtains, Scrims, Silko
lines and Window Draperies on hand at
very reasonable prices.
W. E. JENKINSON.
Notice is hereby given that no advertise
ments will be changed in this paper where
the copy is brought in later than Saturday
Miss Lizzie Wells hassaccepted a posi
tion with The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.'
A full e-:pply f Lime and Cement on
hand. Legg & Hutchinson.
Miss CIv.istine McKagen of Sumter,
is in Manning, visiting Miss Nellie
Cash, Cash will be paid for 100,000
Cypress Heart Shingles. Legg & Hut
Mr. Douglas Richardson of Columbia
spent last Sunday in Clarendon with
Our Acme Green and Black Tea sup
plies a long felt want. The R. B. Lor
yea Drug Store.
Orange blossoms are budding in Man
ning and they will be in full bloom in
the early spring. *
Several car loads of Brick will be in
the latter part of .next week. Legg &
-here will be service at Fellowship
church next Sunday at 3:30 o'clock'p.
m. Rev. J. J. Meyers will preach. -
c We take the Elephant off your hands.
Ivory Starch with Premiums. The R.
B. Loryea Drug Store.
- Mr. L. W. roye, a brother-in-law of
Hon. Joseph F. Rhame of this town,
died at his home in Sumter last Satur
Gelatine-COx's Sparkling, Knox's
with Coloring, Chalmner's. The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store.
Miss Virginia Fischer of Charleston,
who has been visiting the family of Mr.
A. H. Breedin returned to her home
last Wednesday night.
Be sure and use the best. Matt's
Vine-'ar is -the best, we are Agents.
The k. B. Loryea Drug Store.
The Manning~treet railway is nearly
completed and in a- few .days freight
will be regularly hauled from the depot
by hay-burner power.
L. & M. Prepared Paints-there
might be asgood butwe doubt it. Read
advertisement. The R B. Loryea Drug
Died last Sunday night, at .his
-home about five miles Westof Manning,
Mr. J. B. Touchberry a highly respect
ed farmer, aged about 63 years.
Dr. Curtin's Headache Powders have
a county reputation; give almost in
stant relief. The R. B. Loryea Drug
Mr. S.LI.Till is inNew York buying
his spring stock. Miss Robinson, his
milliner, is also in New York acquaint
ino- herself with the latest styles in
Timothy Hay. One-third car will
arrive this week; five more to follow.
Buy now and save 25.cents per 100-lbs.
Legg & Hutchinson.
The high prices for cotton last season
has created a tremendous impetus in
the cultivation of the fieecy staple and
has caused a great demand for commer
It is now conceded by all smokers
that The Rio Hondo is the very best oc
cigar ever sold in ,Manning. The R.
B. Loryea Drug Store.
IDied at Doctor Mood's infirmary in
Sumter last Monday, Miss Lizzie Whil
den, who was a trained 1urse in that
institution, and a first cousin of Mr. S.
. Venning of this town.
--Just arrived, one thousand bushels of
Corn and Feed Oats. You can save
money by placing your orders at once.
Legg & Hutchinson.
The Coroner's inguest in - the matter
*of the accidental killing of William
Wilson by Deputy Sheriff Heriott, ren
dered a verdict exonerating Mr. Heriott
which we think very proper.
The New York Journal contains the
latest political and war news from all
parts of the globe. We are agents.
The B. B. Loryea Drug Store.
The April term of the United States
court convenes in Charleston the 2nd,
day of April, Mr. Neil O'Donnell of
Sumter, and Col. D. W. Brailsford of
Panola are on the grand jury.
You labor in vain if you do not plant
the genuine Bliss' Triumph and Early
Rose Seed Potatoes. Of course we
carry the genuine. The R. B. Loryea
Court convenes in Manning March
25th, with Hon. B. C. Watts as presid.
ig Judge. It is said that the sessions
docket will be heavy enough to keep
the court busy the entire week.
The E. B. Loryea Drag Store will refund you
our money if you are not satisfied after using
'hamberiain's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
They cure disorders of the stomach. biliousness~
constipation and headache. Price. 25 cents
Mrried this eveningby Rev. N. A.
Connors at the residence of the bride's
prnts, Mr. W. E. Lmer of Orange.
bgand Miss Rosa Holladay. daughter
of Mr. Alfred Holladay of Panola.
We have a big lot of One and Two.
Horse Wagons, Buggies, Surries, Sin
gle and Double Buggy Harness. WE
are going to knock the bottom out o1
prices as we have no idea of keepmng
. these goods. Legg & Hutchinson.
The inhabitants of 4- 's section werE
surprised whe' - e up last Sat
urday and . arth and al
thereon, blat i heavy covel
of snow. Th usual snov
ballers, and th ngs wherE
houses were co and som<
*one applied a m, evel spo
and announced ti fall wa
On last Wednesday Postoffice Inspec
tor H. T. B. Moye, one of the finest in
the service was in Manning and in
pected the office at this place, and on
Thursday he inspected the Foreston
Millions of people are familiar with
DeWitt's Little Early Risers and those
who use them find them to be famous
little liver pills. Never gripe. The R.
B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea
[ Goods can be bought cheaper in Man
ning now than in any town in the State,
our merchants are endeavoring to de
crease their stock preparatory to laying
in their spring stocks. Money can be I
I saved by coming to Manning to buy.
Persons who can not take ordinary
pills find it a pleasure to take DeWitt's
Little Early Risers. They are the
best little liver pills ever made. The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M.
There is a lady visitor in Manning
who enjoys the novel experience of
seeing her first snow storm last Satur
day. This lady comes from California
and lives in a section of that State
where snow is an unknown quantity.
Like bad dollars, all counterfeits of
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve are worth
less. The original quickly cures piles,
sores and all skin diseases. The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea,
Take a piece of paper and write upon t
it the number representing your age in t
years, multiply, it by 2, add 3,800, di- v
vide by 2 then subtract the number t
representing your age, and before your e
eyes you will have something you will t
never see again.
MARYLAND CASUALTY CO. sells
Accident and Health Insurance Poll
des. They are liberal and up-to-date.
See r. N. WILSON, Agent,
48-4t] . Manning, S. C.
A barn on the premises of the Gallu- b
chat homestead, and used by Mrs. M.
E. Walker was destroyed by fire last t
Friday. No- one knows how the fire d
broke out and fortunately the wind was b
blowing in an opposite direction from n
the house. No insurance.
For the weakness and prostration fol- a
lowing Grip, there is nothing so
prompt and effective as One Minute
Cough Cure. This preparation is high
ly endorsed as an unfailing remedy for
all throat and lung troubles and its
early use prevents consumption. It
was made to cure quickly. The R. B. C
Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea, S
The necessity for two trains a day
t'"h way on our railroad is becoming a C
serious matter, and if our business men s
would take the matter in hand and pre- b
sent the necessity for this service to u
the railroad commission we believe C
they would accomplish the desired re- e
Reports show a greatly increased h
death rate from throat and lung trou- r
bles, due to the prevalence of croup, L
pneumonia and erippe. We advise the C
use of One Minnte Cough Cure in all of
these difficulties. It is the only harm- C
less remedy that gives immediate re
sults. Children like it. The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea
Parties from North Carolina have c
been negotiating for the Lenard prop- h
ertv in this town, and we are informed
that if they succeed in securing the ei
property they propose to tear away the I
present buildings and replace them
with brick stores on the front facing c
the court house and a sale and livery ~
stable on the side, with a probability of jc
having a hotel ov.er the stores-.
The Appetite of a Goat o
Is envied by all poor dy-speptics whose stom- fi
ach and liver are out of order. All such should u
know that Dr. King's New Life Pills, the won
derful stomach and liver remedy. gives a splen- r
did appetite. sound digestion and a regular bod
ily habit insures perfect health and great en- F
ergy. only :' cents at the R. B. Loryea Drug b
Hon. Henry B. Richardson is being u
freely spoken of in various parts of the
State as good timber for the office of p
Secretary of State. Mr. Richardson
has made many friends throughout the
State who would like to see him pro- -.
moted to this high and responsible office. te
Should Mr. Richardson decide to enter fi
the race for Secretary of State he will
be a most formidable candidate-.e
How to Care the Grip.
emain quietly at home and take Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy as directed and a quick
recovery is sure to follow. That remedy coun-C
teracts any tendency of the grip to result in
pneumonia, which is really the only serious g
danger. Among the tens of thousands who have I
used it for the grip not one case has ever been
reported that did not recover. For sale by The
. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac Md. Loryea,C
Mr. T. C. Hinson has relieved the t<
anxiety of a number of people whose ti
fields adjoin Ox swamp near Mannmng. 'I
On last Sunday he got on track of an I
old wild hog that has been doing much
damage,by depredating in the neighbor-'
hood, and with the aim of a true marks
man he brought the bovine down at the
crack of his gun. The hog was poor 4
and weighed 200 pounds. Mr. Hinson
says had be been fat it would have
weight about 400 pounds.
There are some people in this county i
who remind us very much of the darky ii
that prayed for rain; the rain came in a
torrents and continued to pour, the
darkey became alarmed andf sent up a
piteous anpeal for the rain to stop; when
he prayed for rain, he meant a drizzle- a
drozzle and not a gully-washer and a 4
trash mover. Perhaps these people ~
will undergo a similar experience and -
not realize what they have brought
upon themselves until they are sub
Comes from Dr. D. B. Cargile of Washita. I
T. He writes: "Four bottlesof Electric Bitters
has cured Mrs. Brewer of scrofula, which caused
her great suffering for years. Terrible sores.
would break out on her head and face, and the
best doctors could give no help; but her cure Is 'l
complete and her health is excellent." Thisi
shows what thousands have proved.-that Elec
tric Bitters is the best blood purifier known.
It's the supreme remedy for eczema. tetter, salt
rheun. ulcers. boils and running sores. It stim
ulates liver, kidneys and bowels, expels poisonsI
helps digestion, builds up the strength. Only1
50 cents. Sold at the R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Pammie, the bright and interesting
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Bradham
made a narrow escape from being burn
ed to death last Sunday afternoon. The
child wps standing with her back to
the fireplace and by some _means the
flames caught her apron strings, when
in almost a moment the fire covered
her back, and catching her hair. For
tunately her brother and others got to
her in time to save her, not however
until nearly all of her clothing had
been been burned and a large blister
left on the small of her back. Dan,
Bradham got his hands badly burned in
putting out the fire.
The Brenham (Texas) Evening Press,
gives an account of a shooting tourna
ment, in which Mr. Robert L. Burns a
former citizen of Manning came out
winner. The contest was between Mr.
Burns and Mr. Alf Gardner for $400 a
side, at 100 live birds. The account
shows that both the sentestants did
magnificent shooting, and on the first
inning the gunners tied, both making
94, and the tie was broken by Burns
making a score of 94.4 against Gardner's
92.4. After the match a message con
taming the -result of the shoot was at
tached to a homing pigeon and sent to
San Antoni~a and it reached its destina
tion. a distance of 175 m'iles in two hours.
Thefriends of Burns and Gardner are
now offering to back them against the
tate of Texas for $500 a side.
Calvary Township--B DeSehamps
Joseph I. Griffin, 1.. L. Felder.
Friendship Township-J Q iatij
A P Brock, C W Brown.
St. Paul Township-D Levi, A
Richbourg, J H King.
Santee Township-C R Sprott, S N
Nexsen, J J Mitchum.
St. Mark's Township-H A Alsbrook
I S Mitchum, Milton Stukes.
Concord Township-J S Way, Peter
'hewning, Selwyn Dingle.
St. James Township-Jeff M Davis
T L Eadon, J H Horton.
Samn.y Swamp Township-T J Tis
lale,Janes McD McFaddin, W H Brad.
Manning Township-J F Bradham,
F H McKnight, W J Rawlinson, Sr.
Mt. Zion Township-W M Plowden.
W H Muldrow, J M Strange.
Brewington Township-J H Johnson,
L' L Bagnal, C M Mason.
Plowdens Mill Township -J M Mont
romery. J J Nettles, W H Gaillard.
Harmony Township-E R Plowden,
rr, J E Lee, W I Hudnall.
Midway Township-J C Baker. E S
ennedy, Perry Barrow.
New Zion Township-John ('ousar.
I T Buddin. Ned Evans.
Douglas Township-Howard Green,
2 R Tomlinson, Dave Goudy.
Sandy Grove Township-R E Burgess.
.uther McFaddin, John Driggers..
Fulton Township-P H Broughton,
) W Brown. R C Richardson, Sr.
The above is the list of township as
esors appointed by the Governor, and
hey are the same as recommended to
he delegation bynhe County Auditor
ith the exception of changes made in
he townships in Salem, which were
hanged at the instance of Representa
As the County Board meets the 2nd
'uesday in March, the Auditor re
ests that the Township Board get the
iooks as soon as possible.
A Life and Death Fight.
Mr. W. A. Hines of Manchester. In.. writing of
is almost miraculous escape from death. says:
Exposure after measles induced serious lung
rouble. which ended in consumption. I had
requent hemorrhages and coughed uight and
ay. All my doctors said I must die. Then I
egan to use Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
Qnption. which completely cured me. I would
ot be without- it even if it cost $5 a bottle.
[undreds have used it on s.y recommendation
ad all say it never fails to cure throat. chest
nd lung troubles." Regula-r size 50c. and $1.
rial bottles free at the R B. Loryen Drug
Don't Fail to Call on Him.
Dr. Arthur Becker, the well known
erman Eye Specialist of Winnsboro,
. C., now has his Optical Parlor open
t the New Home sewing machine of
ces, Manning, S. C.
Dr. Becker has the most complete
ptical Parlor ever seen in this
action. He has just come from Marl
oro county where he has won the ad
iration of the people by his work.
>ne of his specialties is to straighten
ross eyes without the use of the knife
r pain. Dr. Becker makes eye glasses
all the laest shapes and forms at his
ome in Winnsboro, and handles no
eady made glasses. He has the only
ens Grinding outfit in North or South
His recommendations are from South
arolina's most prominent people.
State Treasurer Jennings says of him:
Dr. Becker straightened the eyes of
ne of my grandchildren 17 years old
,ithout a pain or use of the knife. I
m only too cheerfully recommend
Judge R C. Watts says: "Dr. Beck
r's glasses are the best I ever had and
cannot recommend him too highly."
Mr. E. Sternberger, president of the
li bank, says: "Dr. Becker's work in
Earlboro, what I have seen, is marvel
>s and his glasses made for me are the
est I ever had."'
Any one afflicted with the eyes or any
2e having glasses that do not exactly
or if you are cross eyed you better
e this opportunity and be fitted by a
Dr. A. Becker 'is a graduate of the
oval University of Berlin, Germany.
is native city, has eighteen years ex
erience as a practicing physician. He
akes no charge for examination.
His office hours is from 9 a. mn. to 5
He Fooled the Surgeons.
All doctors told Renick Hamilton of West JTef
rson, 0., after suffering 18 months from rectal
stula, he would die unless a costly operation
as performed; but he cured himself with ilve
:xes of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the surest pile
ire on earth, and the best Salve In the world.
cents a box. Sold at the R. B. Loryea Drug
Recent experiments show that all
lasses of foods may be completely di
ested by a preparation called Kodol
vspepsa Cure, which absolutely di
ests what you eat. As it is the. only
onbination of all the natural digest
nts ever devised the demand for it has
ecome enormous. It has never failed
a cure the very worst cases of indiges
ion and it always gives instant relief.
'he R. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M.
Thin, pale, anamic girls'
need a fatty food to enrich
their blood, give color to~
their- cheeks and restore their
health and strength. It is
safe to say that they nearly
all reject fat with their food.8
COD LIVER OIL
is exactly what they require; i
it not only gives them the im-~
portant element (cod-liver oil) I
Sin a palatable and easily dij
gested form, but also the hypo-,
phosphites which are so valua-.
t ble in nervous disorders that -
usually accompany anamia.
SCOTS EMUL.SION is a'
faty rood that is more easily
Sdigested than any other form'
fls sncsayrthat.of fat. A certain amount of I
SYou can get it in this way.
We havet known per
sntogain a pound a
day while taking it.
r~c n roall druggists. U
scoTT& BoWNE,Ceists, New York. Q
The Manning Academy.
For the month ending February 21.
the following students made the high
est general average in their respective
f Lucille Alsbrook, rhetoric. 90: dicta
tion, 100: music, 100.
[ Julien Weinberg, Latin, 95: arithme
tic, 98: writing, 92; grammar, 93.
Charlie Rigby, history, 1O'.: arithme
tic, 92; writing, 90.
Bishop Alsbrook, algebra, 99: spell
ing, 98; arithmetic, 98: music, 90.
Alphonso Rigby, algebra. 99: spell
ing. 98: arithmetic, c5.
Herman Huggins, history. 100: a rith
metic, 95: spelling, 90.
Joe Nettles, history, 100: geography.
97: arithmetic. 95: algebra. 90: music.
Dimple Alsbrook. algebra. 99: arith
metic. 95: music, 90.
Fannie Timmons, music, 100.
IMRS. E. C. ALSBROOK.
C A. 95 gPC)I. ZA..
Bean the Tae Khid You Have Always Bought
We the undersigned merchants agree
to close our stores at 7 o'clock p. M..
beginning on the first of March. as has
been the custom in Manning the past
Levi Mercantile Company.
W. C. Chandler.
S. I. Till.
M. M. Krasnoff.
Manning Hardware Company.
R. M. Strange.
Manning Grocery Company.
W. E. Jenkinson.
S. A. Rigby.
A. I. Barron.
S. R. Venning.
Farmers' Supply Company.
C. M. Davis & Co.
The Best Prescription for Malaria
Chills and Fever is a bottle of Grove's
Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is simply iron
and Quinine is a tasteless fori.-No
cure. no pay. Price SOc.
Forty-first session began January 7,
1901. Thorough preparation for any
college. Individual teaching. Tuition,
$1 to $4 per month.
MRS. F. C. A LSBROOK,
his.signature is on erery box of tho ;enuinco
Laxative Bromo= Quinie Tablct.
ho remedy that enres a cold in one day
Read in another page tne combina
tion offer we are making. Through a
misunderstanding several who took ad
vantage of this offer last year did not
get their papers promptly, but our
arrangements are such now, that every
person who pays up, and one year in
advance, and all new subscribers, will
get this valuable farm journal promptly.
Remember yon get THE TIMES and
Farm and Home for 8150
R. B. LoRYEA
ARE AGENTS FOR
LONOMAN & MARTINEI'
WhtEN YOU PAINT USE L. & M
Chalk. Crack. Peel.- .
Stay where you putit
Save you money,
L'ook better and last longer
than any other.
It is sold under an absolute guarantee.
In every way they are
" Paints That Stay Painted."
'We carry the largest and most com
plete line of Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty
and everything pertaining to the needs
of the Painter and House Owner in
ISAAG M. LORYEA, Proprietor,
Sig~n or the
MANNINC, S. C.
'-=>HONE NO. 2.
BELL & MATHISg
And All Manner of Iron Work.
Special At'ention Given to Horseshoeing.
We warrant satisfaction.
Below Baptist Church, Manning, S. C.
The Tisdale Hotel,
Siummertoni, S. C.
Livery Stable Near at Hand.
New Building, New Furniture,
Extract ol Lemon
The Delight of Housekeepers.
We are showing now a new arrival of the most ex
clusive line of Curtain Goods ever shown in this town.
- A beautiful assortment of fine Silkolines in the lat
est designs and colorings for Curtains and Lambre
quins, 12- and 15c the yard.
Figured India Lawn Curtains in large floral pat
terns. Something entirely new, only 15c the yard.
A large line of Dotted Swiss for Curtains, all in
beautiful designs, at 12-c and 15c the yard.
Lace Curtains and Curtainettes in a variety of
styles, all very reasonable.
Straw Mattings, Floor Oil
Cloths and Rugs.
It makes a room have such a cheerful look to have
a nice new matting on the floor and a few nice Rugs
thrown here and there. The J ENKINSON DRY
GOODS STORE is showing a beautiful selection of
Mattings ir. all grades and prices. Also a beautiful
line of Rugs and Floor Oil Cloths are within the reach
New eSpring Goods.
We know that many of our lady friends are begin
ning to think about early spring wear in order that
they may have something ready for EASTER. Yes,
ladies, the buyer for The Jenkinson Dry Goods Store
has been thinking about Easter too and has got in a
beautiful line of Spring Silks, fine Black Skirtings in
all prices: also some beautiful Stuff Goods suitable
for Easter dresses are now on sale at very close prices
at The JENKINSON. DRY GOODS STORE.
New Spring Clothing.
Gents', we have thought of you, too, and have got
ten in a large and beautiful line of Spring Clothing in
very select styles. Call and see our goods and our
attractive prices. Also a large line of new style Felt
Hats for spring wear, Shirts, Collars, Cuffs and Neck
We are showing one of the most exclusive lines of
Spring Pants ever shown in this market and at prices
that will surely please.
Our line of Mayfield Pants is without doubt the
greatest wearers ever offered for the money we ask for
Call and see us and get our prices whenever you
need anything in our line. We will try to please you.
Ifyou are not wide awake do not waste your "valua
ble"timereading this. But if you are looking out for
your own interest and want to save for yourself some
money come to
j C M. Davis & Co.'s
i Clothing and Shoe Store
and see their stock of New Spring Goods that is just com
If you want a Spring Suit for yourself or son in the
veyLA TEST STYLE and the best make and fit in the
lnof such goods as you have never found in Manning
before for a very little money COME and you shall be the
Our line of Shirts for Spring and Summer are simply
beautiful. We have spared no -:ime and pains in selecting
styles and patterns. In this line we will show you 300~
We are selling a genuine 4-ply Linen Collar in every
shape and style that is fashionable,
For 10 Cents Onllyr
~ iyQur line of Neckwear has no equal outside of a large
Orline of Men's and Boys' Hats is complete. We
Shave all the new styles and shapes -that are to be worn
Sthis season at prices that cannot be beat.
We are already headquarters for Shoes. BEST
SQUALITY, LOWEST PRICE. SATISFACTION'i
Come and see our Oxfords and Low Cuts for Men and
~Ladies inall h e tlte n hps
In fact we are armed and equipped with everythmng
usually found in a first class Clothing, Gent's Furnishing
Sand Shoe Store to meet the Spring trade and we intend
to be the leaders in quality, with prices to suit the hard
est to please.
Thanking you for past favors and hoping to serve
you in the future, we are
IC. .L wIg &C.
JON . ' TO GO
- A D
Here's the Way They Go:
Ladies' good Oil Grain every day Shoes, the- $1.25 kind, now 99e ;
e Ladies' Dongola Sunday, Shoes, 99c cash.
^- Hamilton-Brown's own make fine Vici Women's Shoes, Lace and
Button, the best Shoes ever offered for so little mdney, just $1.50.
S Better grades of Shoes on up.
Men's good every day Shoes, regular $1.50 sellers, at $1.25 cash.
Our 7 Car Load Seller, made in St. Louis, looks like a $2 shoe. ,
We'only ask $1.50 cash. Both Lace and Congress.
Our 7 Million Rumor Congress and Lace at $1.98 is a regular $2.50
Hamilton-Brown's "Own Make" Shoes for Men, Lace and Con-.
;ress. at $2.50 are equal to any $3 shoes.
Fine Vict and Velluto Calf Shoes at $3.50. ' : __ _
We have just opened a complete line of R. & G. and GLOVE-FIT
TING CORSETS. These Corsets are well known to. every lady in
the land. We only have to tell you the styles and prices.on such .
goods as these.
* Here's the way the styles-go with us:
VIGILANT contains all the features of the 75c Corsets of other . 7
makes and the price is just 50c.
NO. 301 is our Special Logg Waist-a Corset adapted to tall fig
* ures at $1.
STYLE 101 is the kind that is moderately long waisted, and this t
- Corset is universally popular with every lady; the price is "
STYLE 121 is just as good as any $1 Corset on the market: price .
STYLES 111 and 397 are the short waisted-kind at $1.
In the Glove-Fitting we carry the medium length Corset at ;i., . -
Our Corset in the P. C. C. line at 25c is a regular 50c Corset.
We have a few of the famous Dowager Corset for stout figures. :
The-regular price is $2.25 and we are selling them at $2. -.
Dress Goods, Silks, Laces Embradei.
Pretty things like these: Poplin for Skirts, Melrose for Skirts,
Prunelle for Skirts, Satin Loutinia for Skirts, Whipcords.for-Skiris,
Armuretta for Skirts, Serges for Skirts, and many other useful fab
rics suitable for Suits or separate Skirts. Beautiful Silksof vaious
kinds. Silk Mulls.
We are selling something very neat and substantial in the line ot
Cotton Wash Goods.
English Coverts, Striped
'= Linens, Solid Linens,
Cheviots and Ducks;
prices are 10 and 12c
. We want to sell you a
nice Suit or Pair of r
Trousers and several
nice Shirts' with some
extra Collars, Ties,
Setc., so come along
and get you ready. '
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Remember when we say Cost we mean it, and not cost on a
fwpieces of old goods or 'old shoes ond shelf-worn goods, but
Staples as well as regular goods. All our stock is new-hlasno
been in the store six months. -
Again, come and see for yourself.
Yours for cut prices,
Manning Hardware' o.,
Keeping abreast with the rapid progress being made in our town and county
have enlarged their store room and purchased for spot cash the largest stock of
Hardware ever brought into Clarendon county.
Every business man knows the value of cash when buying goods; it means
that the goods are delivered at the lowest prices obtainabl, and enables the
purchaser to sell at prices impossible when bought otherwise; combine this with
the knowledge of where to buy and when to buy you may be resnbysure
that you are getting your goods at the right figures. We are pleae sat y
that 'our effort and study in this direction has not been without effect and-sp
preciation as is being demonstrated constantly by our increasing ptoae
Now is the timpe that houses are being repaired for the onn year..-I will
be of interest to purchases to examine our stock of KNOB L(KHINGES,
HASPS. STAPLES, NAILS. WINDOW FASTENERS, etc.
Farmers who have stiff, heavy lands will find the Oliver Chilled Plow best;
those with light, sandy soil will find one-of our several grades of Dixie Boy
Plows best. Also Shovel Plows and Twisters.
We have to arrive several kinds of Cotton Planters, all of the most popular
Our line of 0. K. Stoves are fine and the sales of them this season have been
the largest in the history of the stove trade in our town. We have a mece.line
of Agate and Tinware to show and have recently bought the most completefrhe
of Crockery ever shown here. We expect to offer this at prices that enot be
Parties who contemplate painting should try our high grade -
H ammar Paint.
IThis Paint differs from the much advertised cheap 'paints, in being of uni
form quality and every can is backed by an absolute, guarantee as to purity by
MANNING HARDWARE CO.