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dvertisements. C.. APRIL 3, 1R 1. Is the Time ring shopping at The Goods Store. as we are ucements which should -active to all those who a Spring Dry Goods. ;e prices suit you-Fine --ales, in full pieces, no absolutely fast colors, at :.t colored Shirt Waist .t:3;c per yard. rd-wide Bleach Home spun made, only Sc per yard. Pure Linen Huck Towels at 10 each or 20c per pair. White Bed Spreads, very nice. at $1 each. It will do you good, ladies, to see our fine White Marsailles Bed Spreads at $5 each. they are certainly beauties. The finest line of Table Linen to be found in this town. Nice Turkey Red Damask at 25c yd. Fine White Linen Damask from 50c yard up to $1.50 yard. Our line of Dry Goods is the largest and most complete of any house in the county. W. E. IENKINSON. Notice is hereby given that no advertise ments will be changed in this paper where the copy is brought in later than Saturday noon Mrs. Dr. A. Becker and child arrived in Manning Sunday and are quartered at Mrs. H. D. Plowdens. 75e. Shirts for 50c. at Till's. Calicos and Twill Dress Plaid at 4c. Louis Levi. Dried Peaches and Apples, very good and very cheap. S. A. Rigby. Coal Tar for corn planting. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. If you have money to spend for Dry Goods, The Jenkins.on Dry Goods Store is the place to go. Mrs. Sallie D'Ancona accompanied by her mother Mrs. H. Levi returned to her home in Chicago last Sunday. 36 in. Percale 5c. at Till's. Standard Prints at oost on bargain counter. Louis Levi. Young Gent's, if you need a nice new Hat or a new Suit of Clothes for Easter, Jenkinson can please you. There will be service at Fellowship church next Sunday at 4:00 o'clock p. m. Rev. J. J. Meyers will preach. Mott's Vinegar is the best. We have it. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Fine Colored Dress Shirts at 35ce. on bargain counter worth 50c. Louis Levi. The Jenkinson Dry Goods Store will do some lively Dry Goods retailing from the 4th to the 13th of April. Ladies Parasols in beautiful Silks and Gloria with stylish Handles. Louis Levi. Mrs. J. Levy who has been visiting Mr's. Abe Levi itt Manning returned to her home in Philadelphia last Sunday. Tenneys Bon Bons, and Confections in artistic boxes. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Flower Pots in 6,8, 10, 12, and 14 in. and wh'en in need of Flower Pots don't fail to call. Louis Levi. Stone Churns, large and small, at cheap prices. Old~ Reliable, S. A. Rigby. 'S. L. Till sells the $3.50 kind of Shoes for $'2.983 * "All the Colors of the Rainbow" Paas Dyes for Easter Eggs. The R. B. Loryea Drug Stoit. George Epperson who was sentenced at the reeent sitting of court to a term on the chaingang or pay a fine of $40. has succeeded in giv.img a bond which permits him to have time for the pay ment of the fine. Attention, Tobacco Planters: We have on hand Paris Green, chemically pure. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. We are headquarters for Cow Feed, such as Cotton Seed Meal, Wheat Bran, ,etc. The Manning Grocery Co. S. I. Till sells 10 'tvards good colored Lawn for 2.5 cents. When in need of a colored Dress Shirt, call on Louis Levi, he has a fine lot of 50c. Shirts on his bargain counter at 35c. Jenkinson is offering for the cash one case (3,000 yards) nice fast colored Spring Shirting Prints at Sie per yard. Flower Pots, from the smallest to the largest sizes, this week at S. A. Rigby's. Ex-Sheriff Geo. S. McCravey of Lau rens, now one of the State Dispensary Inspectors spent Monday night in Man ning, and checked up our local dispen sarv. He made us a pleasant call yes terdlay and expressed himself pleased with Mr. Brown's management. From the 4th to 13th of April will mark some record-breaking sales in the Dry Goods trade at The Jenkinson Dry Goods Store. Mens and Ladies Shoes at 98c. and 85e. on bargain counter worth $1.20 $135. Louis Levi. The Genuine Wood's Early Rose and Bliss Triumph Seed Potatoes a new lot just received. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Mr. Lawson McLeod has taken charge of the express business of. this town, and the office will be located in his street railway office in the J. W. McLeod buildingt. The office being located in the business portion of the town ,tilkbe a great convenience to the publrc'. Jenkinson's Dry Goods Store is show ing one of the largest stocks of Fin Clothing, Shirts. Collars. Cuffs, Hats and Shoesaf any store in the county. Our Clothing Department is full o1 pretty Nebby Suits this seasoo, and yot should have one. Louis Levi. You should have attended S. I. Till's Millinerv Opening he 'sold nearly al the folks their Hats. They were beau ties and he sold them so cheap, all the ladies say Till's is the place for Hats. Married, by Rev. P. B. Wells, at the residence of'Nirs. 3. R. Ridgill, las Thursdav, Mr. Gaillard Altman. anc Miss 0. Delcrusa McCauley. a daughte: of Mr. James McCauley. The newl married couple left on the evening trai for their future home at Suttons, Wil liamsburg county. If you need a nice new Hat or Dress you eannot do any better than to go t( 'enkinson's: they have the larges1 stock to select fro'm and prices always Don't delay, but use Dead Stuck and save future annoyance. Now i; the time to commence. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. When in town don't fail to see Our White Goods and Embroideries, we have a large stock in beautiful patterns. Louis Levi. Invitations have been issued for the c coming marriage of Mr. Henry Burch- i ell Richardson of Panola and Miss t Marie Louise Dingle of Charleston. The t ceremony is to take place Wednesday la afternoon at 4 o'clock April 10th. inst., St John's Lutheran Church in Charls- d ton. We acknowledge the honor of an invitation to be present. s The bargain counter is full of chcice c goods that are being sold at cost. Shoes, s Shirts. Hats, Calicos and Twill, Dress t Plaids at cost. Louis Levi. Baseball Players, attention' We have on hand and to arrive, a full supply of Baseballs, Bats, Mitts, Masks, etc. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. The people are bound to buy Spring t Dry Goods. The Jenkinson Dry Goods S Store is bound to have their share of it 0 if low cash prices and first class goods count for anything. Mrs. P. B. Thames went to Charles- t ton Monday night to attend the gradua- v ting exercises of the South Carolina o Medical College that took place in the Academy of Music last night. Manning is represented among the graduates by. i Mr. T. T. Stukes, Jr., in the medical t class and Mr. Plumer Clark in the I' pharmacy class. Mr. Clark has also a the distinction of standing second in a a class of tifteen. c Be sure and read advertisement in r next week's issue of THE MANNING TIMES, it will surely interest you. The t R. B. Loryea Drug Store. r Don't fail to call at the bargain coun ter and get one of those fine Colored o Shirts at 35c. worth 50c. the world over. Louis Levi. A visit to The Jenkinson Dry Goods 0 Store and an inspection of the stock b and the low prices named will convince c you that this is Clarendon's greatest Dry Goods Store. We want to see every customer in Clarendon County in the store this sum- t mer, as we have a choice line of Goods B to show them. Louis Levi. Mr. W. J. Taylor expects soon to c have a telegraph office in the business portion of the town. Mr. Taylor in speaking of the matter said, the super intendent has agreed to let the office be changed on certain conditions, but he is now endeavoring to get those con- 1 ditions modified. The business inter- n ests of this town require telegraphic communication conveniently located,~ and we are glad to learn that we have a fair prospect of getting it. e "The pen is mightier than the d sword," particularly when you use the e Fountain Pen. Very useful and con- a venient. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. f We can save you 25 or 30 per cent on s Shoes, Shirts, .Hats and Calicos. Call f at the bargain counter and see if we v can't do what we say Louis Levi. j The Jenkinson Dry Goods Store will rattle the dry bones in the Dry Goods t trade from the 4th to 13th of April. They will sell two cases (4,000 yards) b ard-wide fast colored Percales at 5cs ard, all full pieces and perfect goods. One day last week a bank known ast he "Bank of Columbia" shipped by a he Southern Express Company a pack ge containing $5000 in money, when he package reached New York the onsignees~ opened it, and it was foundE hat instead of greenbacks, slips of l aper cut the size of bills was received.a 'he supposition is that the packag~e was tampered with after it left Column- t bia, but wher-ever it was done, the work" was very complete, and the robber will a be shrewd enough to hide his booty. If you wish to enjoy your cup of tea I be sure and purchase our deservedly C popular Acme Tea it reaches us via thei Suez Canal. The R. B. Loryea Drug t Stre. c Have you seen those fine colored and i whlte Challenge Shirts, they are beau- ~ ties and for style and fit they have no i equal. Louis Levi. .E We will contiime to add ne'w things on the bargain counter every week, and you can find some choice goods, cheaper than the actual worth. Louis Levi. "Dum Spiro Spero Spes." The Southc Carolina interstate and West Indian Exposition Cigar is as good as its name implies, we are agents for Manning. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Here is an opportunity for some lady in Clarendon to win a prize of $10.00 and at the same time make for herself a reputation as an artist. It will be seen that the Women's department of the South Carolina Inter-State and West Indian Exposition offer a prize for the best original design for souve-] nirs to be sold in the Women's building during the exposition, and we hope that some of our Clarendon ladies will 1 interest themselves in this -natter and compete for the prize. Read the no tice in another column. A Food, a Tonic, and an Invigorator, Pabst Malt Extract, Malt Nutrine,1 Hoff's Malt Extract, Wurtzburger Malt Extract, Vin Mariana. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. p Jenkinson's Opening.4 Manning had two great days on last Wednesday and Thursday, and espec-1 ially was this the case with the lady fol. Women as a rule are by nature bargain hunters, and when some en-1 terprising merchant advertises that hei has bargains to offer the women go into ecstacies over the announcment and arei restless until the day arrives when they might go, see and purchase. A shrewd merchant like W. E. Jenkinson under stands this peculiarity of women and he makes it his business to cater in that direction. His large dry goods and millinery departments were carefully put in holiday attire for his "opening," and through the columns of THE TiMES the glad tidings went - forth which brought to Jenkinson's stor'e a large crowd of ladies from all sections of the county. The thoughtfulness of Mr. Jenkinson in serving lunch was highly commended by those ladies who traveled many nmiles to be at this opening, and the music which enlivened the occasion added much to the spirit of the day. The store was decorated very tastefully, and the display of dress goods and trimmings were very attraetive. All manner and conditions of people were to be seen in that establishment. The bride-to-be selecting a trousseau, the intended mother-in-law purchasing bed linen and other household necessities, the groom-to-be wading through the clothing department, fitting himself out for the happy day, the mother with her hands deep down into a pile of laces and embroderies selecting for the little ones, the wife having measured off the material for a beautiful dress to make her "hubby" at home in jean breeches, swell with pride, and th~e young lady getting samples and smilig at the salesman. The millinery feature of Jenkinson's vast emporium, presidad over by Miss Coppedge was a magmifi cient arrangement of head gearing of the very latest designs and no one is p)rouder of this branch of the business than Miss Coppedge herself, and she has a right to be. because the very tasty manner in which her pattern hats were arranged, the attractive dis play of the flowers, feathers. ornaments and other trimmings were certainly a great feature of Jenkinson's spring Important to Teachers. County Superintendent Wells has re ceived a letter from the Sta:e Superm tendent of Education urging him to as ertain the number of teachers who- will r pledge themselves to attend a county summer school. He complains of the mall number of teachers that atteuded in this county last year. and says "he ore determining to omit your e-nmt, F shall ask you to do all you can to se !ure pledges of attendance." Tis ibsolutely necessary on account of the reduced funds at the State Superimtn lant's disposal. Mr. McMahau goes on n his letter with the following reasons why teachers who are drawing money roin the public treasury for teaching ;hould attend these summer schools: "The Summer Schools are of more mportance this year than ever before, -eeause of the newly adopted text books r= which the teachers will be called upon :o teach when the schools open again. [nstruction will he given with special 'eference to certain of these books which in their up-to-datei met h-:d may )resent some ditliculties to some teach nrs. I have succeeded in obtaining T rom the publisher:; a special conces ion by which the teachers who attend :he Summer Schools can provide them ;elves with desk copies of these books or less than half the wholesale price o dealers. It is a deplorable fact that large number of teachers do not own and have never studied the books which co ;hey go through the form of teaching de rhev "hear" lessors which they have 20t prepared or given any thought to. [et the best teachers feel that they nust give hours of daily study to the reparation of even the most elemen ary lessons which they are to teach .vell. Strikes a Rich Find. a -- I was troubled for several years with chronic ndiestion and nervius debility." writes F. J. ;reen of Lancaster. N. H. - No remedy helped ne until I began usinr Electric Bitters, which lid me more good thar. all the medicines I ever ised. They have also kept my wife in excellent iealth for years. She says Electric Bitters are ust splendid for female troubles: that they are ha i grand tonic and invigorator for weak, run [own women. No other medicine can take its o0 )lace in our family." Try them. Only 50c. w satisfaction guaranteed by The R. B. Loryea )rug Store. I Beam Th) Kind You Have Alwas Bought Manning Academy. Forty-first session began January 7, H 901. Thorough preparation for any F ollege. Individual teaching. Tuition, dc +1 to $4 per month. dc MRS. R. C. ALSBEOOK, 45-tf] Principal. Read in another page tue combina ion offer we are making. Through a nisunderstanding several who took ad rantage of this offer last year did not et their papers promptly, but our rrangements are such now, that every erson who pays up, and one year in Ldvance, and all new subscribers, will ,et this valuable farm journal promptly. .emember you get THE TIMES and Si arm and Home for $1.50. en C A.40 9? O M .A . to Tie Kind You Have Always Bought N Signatume The Best Prescription for Malaria ch Chills and Fever is a bottle of Grove's 'asteless Chill Tonic. It is simply iron nd Quinine is a tasteless form.-No ure, no pay. Price 50c. " I had piles so bad I could get no rest tor find a cure until I tried DeWitt's Vitch Hazel Salve. After using it ince, I forgot I ever had anything like iles." E. C. Boice, Somers Point, N. f. Look out for imitations. Be sure ou ask for DeWitt's. The R. B. Lor ea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop. Prize Offered for Souvenir Design. The Women's Department of thei outh Carolina Inter-State and West :ndian Exposition will give a prize of: 10 for the best original design for sou-' enirs to be sold in the Women's Build .ng during the Exposition.. This competition is open only to romen of South Carolina. Each de-= ;ign must be sent to the undersigned by Fuly 1st, 1901, and must be accompa 2ied by specifications for its construe ion, and the real name of competitor, .n a sealed envelope, and not appearing lsewhere, so that the'name of compet itor will not be known until the award is made. Rejected designs will be returned apon application (with postage enclo ed),made within thirty days after the :lose of competition. The Executive' Committee of the W nen's Department will be the judges of the conrpetition. MRS. R. W. MEMMINGER, .fR., -Chr'n Coin. on Souvenir, 44 Pitt St., Charleston, S. C. "Last winter I was confined to m' bed with a very bad cold in the lungs N~othing gave me relief. Finally my wife bought a bottle of One Minute - ough Cure that effected a speedy cure. = cannot speak too highly of that excel tent remedvy' Mr. T. K. Houseman,. :anatawney, Pa. The R. B. Loryea= Drue Store, Isaac M. Loryea. Prop. This signaturo is on cvery box of the genuino Lxtive Br'02i0=Quin1n0 'Talets - -e remedy thiat cz:ns a cold in one dg~y Follows LaGrippe, Coughs and Colds, But is arrested by using that Sovereign Remedy. Compouind ~~hite Pin Cough Balsami With TAR. SAFE, PLEASANT, EFFECTIVE. A valuable remedy for Coughs, Colds. - Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Croup and all= Throat and Lung Affections. Its merits are appreciated and com mended by those who have used it. We unhesitatingly endorse its claims IB[ R. B. [ORYER DRUG 810RE.[ ISAAC M. LORYEA, Proprietor, Sig-n oF the Golden Mortar, MANNING, S. C. 'i=H ONE NO. 2. griMail orders receive immediate attention. nr ur Job Work to The Time ofcfie. i schheimalr FisbelK 3 O THING P FITS BETTER, - olids its Shape and Color T Longer T cksa uit And Gives More Wear han Any Other Clothing on the Market. m VERY Iman who has a regard for his pocketbook and wants to prac tice practical economy should see our line of CLOTHING this spring. Those who patrouize so-called "swell" tailors we particularly invite, because we know it is the easiest thing in the world for us to !vince them that we can clothe them equally as good and for a great al less money. Let us show you our newest ideas in fen's and Boys' Clothing for Spring. We have made. great preparations to meet all the demands, and to buy Spring Suit before seeing our stock will be a lost opportunity. HATS. Our stock of Hats for spring and summer are all in, and a better line .s never been shown in Manning before. In Straw Goods we have done r best to get the NOBBIEST and all the Latest Shapes that are to be >rn this season. Our line of Fur Hats is complete in all the new Colors and Latest Blocks. , hen you are in town come in and let us show you through this line, iether you are wanting to buy or not, We can show some beauties. Wemgt aeSHIRTS. We migh t have overdone ourselves and bought too much in this line. >wever we have them, and we had to buy largely to get all the Styles d Patterns, and they must be sold. If pretty Patterns, Good Quality, rst Class Workmanship and Low Prices mean anything we are going to the shirt trade of the town and community this spring and summer. ye us a call. HOE S Take our Shoes, the WALK-OVER for instance for men, the DREW ;LBY for ladies, the STAR SHOE for children; you will find them differ t from any other store's offerings in this place. They fit better, give you re comfort and last you longer than any Shoe you can buy.. Our cus :ers are daily expressing the satisfaction these Shoes are giving them. arly every day some gentleman steps in to say to us, " This is the best oe I ever had." One gentleman in town told us the WALK-OVER SHOE ted him longer than any shoe he has had since he was a man. If you have not worn a pair of these, all we ask is to give them a trial. A full line of Oxfords for men, and Sandals and Oxfords for ladies and ildren. In fact we are headquarters for Shoes. Thankin'g you for past favors, we are Yours anxious to please, .1 DAVIS & 001' R. & G. Corsets. Every woman knows what the R.1 -& G. Oorset is. It is the corset of comforf with the essence of style. It is the only corset that will not, can-I not and does not stretch. if you buy an R. & G. Corset that .does stretch or proves unsatisfactory in any way, bring it back to us and ! we will give-you a new one. We have in stock the ~~ Famous No. 3971 I /moderately straight front, which is - -popular 'with most women who do - enot demand an extra straight front. b SThose who do will 'find it in the new f % straight front shown in our illustra We sell No. :397 for....... .J Our corset stock is large and well s ,selected. t STalk About Bargains RIGBY HAS THE BEST. 110000 Yards of fair quality Colored Lawn, the kind that i UUUU our neighbors ask 50-for, our price for the lo only. ............... .... .......-.----. jTO CONSUMERS ONLY and not to merchants. An300 Yards of Yard-Wide Heavy Sea Island Home- 5c U U spun at. ................ ....--...-.--- * I Our 40-inch White Lawn at 12c is the talk of the country. __ I Fine White Dimiity in short lengths at 10c per yard. Infants' Lace Lawn Cap at 10c. J WhaeIn White Goods W haethe prettiest things out this season. Have you seen them-the F-ine Corded Muislins' i Pieces of the Fine Little Val. Lace at ic per yard. Better . e~ IU qualities from 2c up. le IDRESS GO S In this line we claim to be the strongest and cheapest in Stown. Fine Dress Fabrics like these: o S Line of Albatross Goods, line Silk Warp Plain Goods and Silk 01 Warp Novelties in Creams that are very swell for Skirts this sea- g son, and our Silks, both Plain and Fancy, at 39 and 48c per yard are fine for Waists. iShoes and Oxfords.~i We are showing the most complete line of Ladies'. Children's t and Men's Shoes and Low Cuts that can be found anywhere, and you know very well that RIGBY sells nothing but the best Shoes and his prices are less than they ask for shoes that are no good. t Don't forget that RIGBY will give to every baby born in 1901 in Sits first pair of shoes. Our Spring Shirts for Men. Have -;ou seen what a selection . we are handling this season, including the new colors in Madras, White Negligee, Men's Silk Bosom that is nice enough for any young man at 48c. Nowv before we close wve want everybody to know that we en want their trade to make our Spring business the largest that we a have ever done, so be sure to come in to see us, and if we can't ~sell you we know that no one else can, tor our prices are unde.l or ~Lthe rest. A I B~ j RELIABL Public Meeting. The ('onimissioners of this county for he ('harleston exposition met in Man ting last Wednesday and arranged for .)public meeting to take place in Man tinr Saturday tii h, inst.. at which Gen. W. Mloise will deliver an address. Ve regret the notice is so short, for we cel that if the people of this county ould but hear General Moise on the natter of the exposition, the advantage o be derived from such an institution hey would take an active interest in it .nd would compete with each other in setting together material for Claren on's exhibit. We hope that notwithstanding this hort notice that there will be a large .ttendance in the court house on next saturday. General Moise's speech willI how the advantages of the expositoa o the county and the State at large, nd especially the advantage to be de ived from advertising the products of he town and county. At this meeting re hope our bisiness men will spare he time to attend and from that time n. everybody will go to work to see hat the products of the farm, forest, vamp, manufacturing industries, and ther institutions are brought forward. That we have every confidence in the roject being of great value to all lasses of our people, and to encourage he spirit of pushing the concern along. re have decided to offer a prize on our wn account, and have selected the rood's of Clarendon county. THE IANNING TImES offers a prize of 510. a gold for the best displa of wood aken from ot.r forests and swamps. 'his offer stands good until the judges t the exposition render their decision, nd who ever they say has the finest isplay of natural wood taken from the wamps and forests of Clarendon wi.ll eceive the prize. We are satisfied that an exhibition of he wood's of this county will not orly ake a fine show, but it will result in eing profitable; it will have the effect f inducing people here who will invest a our swamp lands, which are not util ted now, and therefore might be term d waste lands, but when wood workers -et into them they will become valua ,le and in demand. Everybody turn ut to the meeting next Saturday. It Girdles the Globe. The fame of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, as the est in the world, extends round the earth. It's ie one perfect healer of Cuts. Corns. Burns. ruises. Scres. Scalds. Boils. Ulcers. Felons. ches. Pairs and all'Skin Eruptions. Only in lible Pile Cure. '5c a box at The R. B. Lor ea Drug Store. Till, the Hustler. Those who went to the New York acket Store to witness Till's opening tst Wednesday and Thursday could ot help but be impressed with the en erprising spirit of the proprietor. The tore was lavishly ornamented with a ecoration made up of beautifully ar anged dress goods, with trimmings, mbroideries and laces of the latest esigns, white goods, and ribbons, nov ties placed here and there to attract, ad his shoe department came in for a ill share of attractiveness. The store as crowded with purchasers and sight eers from morning until night, and -om the way the packages came out 'as convincing proof of the efficacy of idicial advertising when a merchant lands squarely up to his advertisments. 'ill sold piles of goods over his coun rs on his two opening days and he istly merits the large trade built up v him. His store, on the occasion we eak of had the appearance of one of ae oriental bazaars we see at exposi ons, where artists are employed to rrange the goods and wares in the iost attractive manner to induce sales. On the upper tier in this establish ient presides over the millinery Miss ertha Robinson, who has by her de btful manners made many friends nong the ladies, and others who visit 'ill's store. This lady had on exhibi on a grand display of exquisitely trim ed hats, of the most fetching designs, ad her work was highly praised by all 'ho saw it. Till's millinery depart lent was a bower of iovliness, from the illiner down to the most minute arti le of head ornamentation, and besides a this department was a display of ar istic taste in the decorations which an be attribuited to Miss Robinson's rt, she placing her hats and trim~nings a such a position as to make her de artment pictur'esquie, and the manner a which she received those who want d to buy or 'who wanted t.o look, was as aking with the people as t eelaborate Less of the exhibit. It Dazzles the World. No discovery in medicine has ever created ne quarter of the excitement that has been aused by Dr. King's New Discovery for Con mption. It's seveverest tests have been on opeless victims ot Consumption. Pneumonia. [emorrhage. Fleirisy and Bronchitis, thou ands of whom It has restored to perfect health. 'or Coughs. Colds.. .Esthma. Croup. Hay Fever. loarseness and Whooping Cough it is the uickest, surest caire in the world. It is sold by he R. B. Loryeai Drug Store who guarantee atisfaction or refund the money. Largze bot les 50 and $1. Trial bottles free. 1 Court Coutinued. When we went).o press last week Ed )ingle was being tried on the charge f murder. The jury found him guilty f manslaughter and recommended him o the mercy of the court. The fore an told the judge that it was the manimous opinion of the jury that Din rle 'should r'eceive the very lightest unishment,ecause they did not believe rom the testimony that he intended to till, but that he should be punished for he careless handling of a gun. Din le was sentenced to two years on the ,baingang. Bossie Bailey, an old offender, was ~onvicted of burglary and larceny and entenced to seven years in the peni entiary at hard labgor. Thursday morning the court opened vith the trial of Buford Gaillard for aking Mr. R. J. Alderman's horse from he Baptist church on New Year's eve iight, and for which offence Mr. Alder nan offered a reward of $200 for con iction. Gaillard was found guilty and entenced to pay $50 or four months on he chaingang. Noah Lighty pleaded guilty to the bharge of assault and battery with in ent to kill and carrying concealed veapons and was sentenced to seven nonths on the chaingang or pay $50. The case against Westley Staggers esulted in conviction and a sentence of lye ears on chaingang. Friday morning the case against Tames reen charged with murder was alled and on account of the witnesses 2t responding, it was continued. Court hen adjourned, and JTudge Watts and solicitor Wilson deserve much credit or the manner in which they despatch edi the business. :Blown to Atoms. The od idea that the body sometimes needs a powerful. drastic. purgative pill has been ex 2loded: for Dr. King's New Life Pills, which ire perfectly harmless. gently stimulate liver md bowels to expel poisonous matter. cleanse -he systemi and absolutely cure Constipation d Sk Headache. Only 25c. at the R. B. Lor rea Dru Store. Preserve your harness by using Eu reka and Palmetto Harness Oil, and keep our car'riages, buggies and wag nes in' good order by applying Boston Axle Oil. We have also Lubricating Castor Oil in bulk. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. " I have been troubled with indiges tion for ten years, have tried many things and spent much money to no purpose until I tried Kodol Dyspepsia Cre. I have taken two bottles and gotten more relief from them than all ather medicinces taken. I feel more like . 'o than I have felt in twenty years.- Anderson Riggs of Sunny Lane, Tex. Thousands have testified as did Mr. Riggs. The R. B. Loryea n..,, Stor. ITaac M Loryea. Prop. Yes, this is the Easter season. Well, have you thought about your Easter Dress yet?3 S Yes, I have been thinking about getting me a nice 3 Crepe deChine o nieSilk Lansdown, or French Im- 3. Sported Meldrose in some sty i-s flhd and have it trim- 3 med with Accordeon Plaiting, overlaid wit~h n ies~~ - Well where can such goods be found? S Why, at The JENKINSON DRY GOODS STORE 3 Sthey keep everything that is stylish and up-to-date, and Sit is so pleasant to do shopping there, and if they haven't 3 Sgot exactly what you want they will go to any amount of 3 Strouble to get just what you need. 3 S Well, I would like to have a nice Black Grenadine or a nice Salisi deChine for my Easter Dress. Do you think SI could get such a dress it The JENKINSON DRY3: SGOODS STORE? . S Why, of course; I was there the other day and saw3 Sall of these goods.3 *Well, if I get this nice dress I will have to have an3 SEaster Hat or Bonnet also; where will I find that? S Why, of course, at The JENKINSON DR~Y GOODS SSTORE: why, don't you know they have one of the larg- 3 Sest Millinery Departments in this part of the State; why,3 Sthey keep three milliners busy all the time and his head 3 Smilliner goes to New York and Baltimore twice a year to 3 Sget the correct styles, and I tell you they have pretty 3 SHats there-everything up-to-date, and the prices are al- 3 Sways right.3 S Well, I have decided Where to buy my Dresses and SHats for myself and daughters, but now I have several SSuits to buy for the boys, and, perhaps, a nice Suit for Sthe old man; where will I find these? _ S Why, at The JENKINSON DRY GOODS STORE, Eof course; why, they carry nearly everything you wear SShoes, Hats, Clothing, Fine Dry-Goods and a complete Sline of Gent's Furnishings; everything you need you can Sget at JENKINSON'S except groceries; they don't carry Sgroceries. S Well, who is this man JENKINSON anyway? Where Sdid he come from? E Why, he was a farm lad, born and reared .in Claren Sdon county and was first employed by Samuel A. Rigby, Sand after working for many years and Teceiving businesr7 Straining under this successful business man he branched Sout on his own account and he has compietely revolution- 2 ~ized the trade of Manning; he has got a move on every 6 Sbody in the town. Years ago it was nothing but Sumter! SSumter! for everything; but after JENKINSON opened - up and got such a move on all the merchants of Manning ~ you don't hear of Sumter now, for you can buy goods as Scheap in Manning now as any up-to-date town in the SState, and JENKINSON leads them all in Fine .Dr SGoods and up-to-date Millinery. I want to tell you, one Sother thing about JENKINSON'S Store, they 'havea very polite set of clerks, they take the pains to show yoli~ Severything, it matters. not whether you bay one cent or Snot, they are always ready to show you their goods. 3 - ~EASTER SHOPPER. t. Customer& Once gained is always ours. We are proud of the fact that-we have never yet had a dissatisfied~cus tomer, and that our business is increasing daily. lonest Goods, Fair treatment and Low Prices will-tell the tale The people of Clarendon County are now fast find ing out that it is not only false economy but fool ishness to pay fancy prices for goods when they can do better, and 'hie Racket Store is the Place. Others may blow and bluster around and tell you all kind of things; that's ~cause THEY CAN'T DO IT. We are the people for Low Prices. Twenty e cents saved on every dollar you spend with us. have the goods, we have the right goods; We have the prices, wehave th Ight PdCCs We do a strictly cash business; our -prices are too low, our profits are too aall to allow any time, and for spotcash we will give you prices that will beat e world. Our big inducenient is our Low Price. We have nothing to give u-no free lunches, no music, for you will sure pyfor it in the end, but muore ods for your money than any house In Sout aolina. -inch Percale.......... -. ...----------.------------.------- . d Colored Lawn, 10 yards for.....................----------------.....23C >vs' and Men's Straw Hats..............-.------------------------- 1 en's good Work Shoe.....................-------.------------------1 OG >ys' Suits............ ..... ....---------------. --------------1. 2 en's Suits............ .. .....--------------------------------' e have something special in a$16.50,Suit for only..............----...10 00 k to seelit. Yours for business, ~. TLL, Prp.Racket . I TLLPrp.store. or .: Business :: Reasons. e think it a good policy for us to use our buying facilities to get special bar ins for our customers who will find by a careful examination of our stock 'ery article offered by us has been bought and is being sold at its true value or s. Our buyer's care is to see that only goods of Standard Quality at the Lowest Prices ~tainable are brought to this market to be sold at our place. It is and has been r policy to give our patrons their money's worth in the smallest as well as the ~eatest sold. The latest bargains we have to offer is our stock of CROCKERY. this we have the most complete as well as the most beautiful line, we think, at has ever been shown in our town, and we are selling it at a little less mar n than ordinary in order to introduce it. These goods are not the cheap imi tions of imported ware as our prices might lead one to think, but is the genu earticle. We also have a nice and well selected stock of iich we are disposing of rapidly. This is not the season when Cooking Stoves are sold in quantities, but we joy a steady sale in this line. Our success in this department for the past sea rihas been very gratifying. We still have a full line of O.K. COOK STOVES hand and can furnish any size and number on short notice. FARMERS, after a long delay our stock of Guatier Oil Finished Plow apes have arrived. We now have all sizes in stock. We also have a splen I line of Plow Bridles, Collars, Lines, Backbands, etc. The steadily increasing demand for our PURE HAMMAR PAINT is con cing argument of its met'it. Very truly, danning llardware Co.