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ficial Advertisements. MANNING, S. C., APRIL 9, 1902. Likes and Dishkes. We all have our likes and dislikes: some like to trade at our store and some at another. but we say to one and all that you will be acting against your own interest if you don't at least come and look over the great line of mer chandise -we are showing this season. The ]argest stock of Dry Goods in this part of the State and at the same time much cheaper than you will find in large cities. Just think for a moment, cotton sell ing aboveS cents and here we are sell ing you goods as cheap as when cotton was 4 and 5e per pound. But you say this is all talk. Listen to this. wfhen did vou hear of nice Shirting Print Cali coes selling for less than 4c the yardy Nice Scotch Lawns at 4c the yard. Yard-wide Sea Island Homespun at )c per yard. A solendid grade of yard-wide Bleached Homespun at 5c the yard. The greatest line of Ready-Made Shirt Waists ever shown in Manning, made up in White Lawns and White Dimities, also Colored Dimities at 50c. T.e. $1, .1.25 and $1.50 each. The greatest line of Black Skirt Goods and Waist Goods to be found in this town at prices so low it will simply astonish you when you see the goods. W. E. JENKINSON. r Advertisers will please re % member that copy for a change of ad. MUST be in this office by Saturday Noon in order to insure publication the following week. Manning Street Car Schedule. Leave Central Hotel corner 9:00 a. m. and 6:25 p. m. for the passen;:er trains. and the car will also meet the freight trains. Arrangements have been made with the agent at depot to tele phone when trc-iht trains are approachirg Manning. Fare. 10 cents' each war. S. I. Till'i. next dIoor to Rigby's. President Roosevelt delivered the Micah Jenkins sword today. Very Heavy all colors P. K.. 15c.. at S. I. Till's. 40-inch Chambray. good quality. only loc., at Till's. The Jeffries-Fitzsiimons fight will not be pulled off in Charleston. 200 doz. yds. real nice all width Laces 5c. yd. at S. I. Till's. The M. E. District Conference is in session at Pine Grove church in Salem. Mercerized Chambrays, all colors and figured. onle 19c.. at S. I. Tiills. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Breedin returned from the exposition Monday morning. S. I. Till's millinery room is all the talk. His Hats are so cheap and stylish. Twentieth Century. Read advertise ment in another column. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Quite a crowd left Manning yester day to take in the exposition and shake ha'nds with Teddy. Pure Silk Mull, 30 inches wide, all colors,45c yd., at S. 1. Till's-Next door to Rigby's. All varieties of Woods' Seed Irish Potatoes and Landreth's Garden Seeds at The Manning Grocery Co. Every lady in the county is invited to inspect a beautiful line of correspond ence and note paper at Rhame's Drug Store. Paris Green, chemically pure, in any quantity from one pound to 1.000 pounds. The R. B. LDrvea Drug Store. The hour for the morning service at the Methodist and Presbyterian churches has been changed from 11:30 to 11 o'clock a. mn. Try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab lets, the best physic. For sale by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac M. Lorvea. Prop. There will be no prea.ching in the Methodist church next Sunday morn ing, the pastor being away attending District Conference. Paris Green, chemically pure, in any quantity from one pound to 1.00 pounds. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Hon. A. H. Patterson, who was a candidate for Governor in the last cam paign, died at his home in Barnwell last Monday of pneumonma. Like Giants in the field opposed by pigmies are International Stock Food and Pratt's Food. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store The posts for the new street lamps have arrived and are being placed in position. The lights will be burning in full blast in a few nights. They have a county reputation Dr. Curtirn's Headache Powders, safe, sure, quick, prepared only by The R. B. Lor yea Drug Store. Presiding Elder Kilgo preached in the Methodist church Sunday. Immed iatelv after services quarterly confer ence was held in the parsonage. Now is the time to apply Dead Stuck and save annoyance in the future from Bed Bugs. Roaches and all Vermin. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Mr. T. Davis Rawlinson requests the young men of the Jordan community to meet in Jordan next Saturday after noon at 4 o'clock to organize a baseball team. We are prepared to deliver Corn and Oats at any depot in Clarendon county. Those having to buy will do well to see us. as we can "figger'' close. The Manning Grocery Co. Married by Rev. J1. D.- Huggins at Paxville last Friday afternoon, Mr. W. T. Briggs and Miss Annie Briggs: the bride is a daughter of C'apt. W. S. Briggs and the groom is a son of Mr. H. S. Briggs. Baseball Players, Attention: The R. B. Loryea Drug Store takes lieasure in informing the lovers of the great American game (baseball) they will of fer to the Manning Baseball club and any opposing team a handsome baseball bat for the team securing the first game. The stoveroom,. annex to the cdwel ling of Mrs. E. C. Alsbrook was gutted by fire Monday about 1 o'clock. How the accident occurred is not known for. the door of the room was closed and the 11ames were leaping to - t he ceiling when the fire was discovered by. the boys in the academy. The boy,- weree q ickly on the spot and worked like tranedl firemen. Nortimer~ Hawking and~ Bishop Alsbrook climbed onl th root and tore the shingles otT and direnched the burning ceiling with water. The heroic efforts oif the boys extinguished the fire before the d wel ling caught. Baseball Players. Attention: We will be in a position to offer within the next few days the largest line of Base ball Goods 'ever displayed in Manning. We will simply lead, as we have al ways done in this as in every other de partment of out' drug store. The R. B. r-- Dr-. re. The Rise of Bay Wood. Udzor The 31annin:: Times: We think that it is time that we were knowing souething about the Fork. Farmers with upturued soul ceased from their labors on last Friday even ing before sun down, something unus ual for them to do. to gc: ready and at tend the closing exercises of the Bay Wood School. After all necessary preparations made, and the assembled audience were in the little hall of Bay Wood academy. patiently listening for the gong which would announce the beginning of the exercises, when sud denly there appeared from behind the curtains, one arrayed in all beauty. and likely to cause one poor boy's heart to beat with double time. was the loved school mistress of all who knew her, and announced the opening song, Greet ing Glee. Recitation-A Little Boy's First Rec itation. by Adolph Brewer. Recitation-Her New Brother. by Essie Owens. Dialogue--What The Little Girl Said. Recitation-Johnie's Pocket, by Ver non Huggins. Recitation-Homweopathy Sou), by Clara Belle Hugins. Dialogue-The Sick Doll. Song-Come To The Greenwood. Recitation-A Loving Little Girl, by Sallie Hudnall. Recitation-A Little Girl's Troubles, by 3Mellie Huggins. 'Recitation-Boys' Rights. by Hugh Tindale. Recitation-The Red Jacket, by Ezel Bragdon. Dialogue-Through Children's Eyes. Recitation-Little Boy's Lament, by Vernon Huggins. Recitation-A Little Schoolma'am. by IOlivia Alsbrook. Recitation-Mrs. MeDuffy On Base Ball, by Dave Lee. - Dialogue-Knowing The Circum stances, by five girls. Duet-Birdie, by Ezel Bragdon and Clara Belle Huggins. Recitation-Saved, by Mattie Lee. Song-The Star Spangled Banner. Dialogue-Playing School. Recitation-Made A Grane. by Clara Belle Huggins. Recitation-Daniel In The Lion's Den, by Ezel Bragdon. Valedictory-by Ily Hudnall, Jr. Song--Adieu. After announcing that the exercises were at a close, the audience seemed to be so much carried away with the pro i ceedings that scarcely one would move. They seemed as if they were in the phantasmagoria of dreamland. They would give a glance at 1 iss Geddings and then at the stage, so beautifully decorated by the artistic hand of their teacher. 31is Elma Geddings. 'Miss Geddings only taught six weeks, finishing up for Mrs. Jud Bradham, who on account of moving away had to give up her school to some one else. So Miss Elma Geddings was chosen in her place. Of course we all regreted very much that Mrs. Bradham could not re main with us, but the best of friends must part. After Miss Geddings became our teacher, all of the children insisted on her having an entertainment, yet she only had a week or so to p'repare in, at the same time. with her tender and loving heart, she could not resist their earnest pleadings, so she promised them to have it, it they would do their best: they promised, and she began training them. Considering the time she had to train them in, it could not be surpassed. Even the gray heads were heard murmuring congratulations on every hand. Then appeared one on the scene that brought a tremor to every young man's breast in the house, it was-guess who? We extend to Miss Geddings our heart-felt thanks for the interest that she has taken in our children. We will miss Mliss Geddings very mueni. but we hope that she will be with us again next session with her bright face and congenial disposition. BEN DOUBLE. Why Take Any Chances with some new and untried medicine for such serious troubles as diarrhoea, cramps. dysentery, when you should know that for over half a century Pain killer has cured millhons of cases? Look out for imitations, there is only one genuine, "Perry Davis'." Workman Corner Notes. Editor The Manning Times: I feel ashamed for not giving the news regularly from the Corner. .t would be an injustice to our community to say things are in a stupor or uimes duost of our farmers have planted corn and are rapidly making prepara tions to put in their cotton and get their tobacco set out, for they are-anx ius to try the new Mlanning warehouse since it 'has ehanged its managers, trusting the results of their sales will prove more satisfactory. Mr. Editor. I am always glad to see your constant pressing of the button in reard to taking the school children to the exposition. I hope in your desper ate effort you may hit the nail on the head. then the few that have bitterly opposed your efforts may realize that they have hit their heads on the nail. When I see that such men as MIessrs. Alderman, Wilson and W. E. Jenkin son endorse your plans then I or any thinking man knows that you only press the buttons that will stand the hardest strain. Our Cedar Grove school which has been taught by MIiss Annie Fort of aesville for the past five months, closed April 4th. M1iss Fort is a very accomplished young ]ady and deserves much praise for the efficiency of her work. A picnic was given on Saturday, the 5th, at the Cedar Grove Academy in honor of the closing exercises of that school. The crowd was small but very entertaining and even the patrons seemed to realize it wvas a goodly cus tom of meeting on this occasion out in the free air beneath the genial heavens to greet each other, to exchange salu tations and good wishes, to cement still closer the friendships which have stood the jars and shocks of gone by days. and when dinner was spread all seemed to have had a fond recollection of exactly what would suit their appe We haid quite a large congregation at Midway Sunday morning, that being one of the usual appointment for our honored and worthy pastor,Rev. James McDowell. He made many striking re marks and preached a very impressive sermon. We all should feel proud we have such an earnest and faithful work er to guide us. iss Lee of Summerville is on a visit to Mr. WV. T. Rose to see her sister, w ho has been teaching the Sardinia hih school for the past tive months. Xis Warren of Salemu is spending a few day s with Miss .\rr'ie Rose in the Sadinia sectiou. FA RME Wants to Help Others. -I had st omach trouble all my life." sas Edw. Mehler. piroprietor of the Uion Bottling Works. Erie. Pa.. "and tried all kinds of remedies. went to sev eral doctors and spent considerable money trying to get a moment's peace. Finalv I'read of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and have been taking it to my great satisfaction. I never found its equal for stomach trouble and gladly recoin mend it in hope that I may help other stiTerers." Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures all stomach troubles. You don't have to diet. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat. The RI. U. Loryea Drug Store._ _ _ ?yny-Balsam Relieves Right Away -and.m.k-... .peed end ot enghs nad colds. From the Far-Off Philippines. Editor The Manning Times: As I promised in my letter to THiE TiMES dated August 30, 1901, to give a description of the Philippine Islands., I will endeavor to give you a few dots. The Philippine Islands are a large body of trouble gathered together on the Western horizon of civilization. They are bounded -on the North by hoodooism and smugglers; on the East by typhoons and monsoons; on the South by cannibals and earthquakes, and on the West by rocks and destruc tions. The climate is a deceptive combina tion well adapted to raising ba-boo and sugar cane. The soil is very fertile and lrge crops of insurrectors and treachery are produced. The inhabitants are very industrious, their chief occupation is trench build ing and manufacturing bolos. The houses are made chiefly of bam boo and landscapes. Filipino marriages are very impress ive, especially the clause wherein the wife gives the privilege of working as her husband desires. The chief amusements are cock fight ing and stealing. The principal diets are boiled rice. stewed rice, baked rice, fried rice and rice. The rivers are serpentine in their courses and have many currents that are always contrary to all known laws of narrative. The animal of burden is a caraboo, and should a hundred-mile journey be undertaken the driver would die of old age before reaching his destination. Manila is the capital and principal city and is situated on Manila bay, a lar'ge land-locked body of water fill of sharks and Spanish sub-marine boats. Cavite, the next city of importance, is noted for its natural facilities for a naval station and for its large numbers of saloons and Chinamen. The principal exports of the islands are rice, hemp and war bulletins, and the imports are American soldiers, arms, ammunition, corned beef and hardtacks. Malaria fever is so prevalent that on numerous occasions the islands have been shaken as by a chill. Luzon Islands. the largest of the group, is something similar in shape to one of Si Green's cast off boots. Communication has been established between the islands by substituting the mosquito for the carrier pigeon, it be ing larger and more able to stand the journey. The natives are friends-at the point of our guns. The climate is pleasant and healthful -for mosquitoes, ants, lizards, roaches, scorpions, centipeds and aligators. Respectfully yours, E. BoNNEAU CLARKE. Co. M, 3d Bat., 5th U. S. Inf., La Pue blo de Tanaean, La Providenso de Batangas, Surtn Luzon, P. I. Good for Rheumatism. Last fall I was taken with a very severe at tack of muscular rheumatism which caused me great pain and annoyance. After trying several prescriptions and rheumatic cures. I decided to use Chamberlain's Pain Balm. which I had seen advertised in The South Jerseyman. After two applie..tions of this Remedy I was much better. and after using one bottle. was completely cured.-S4ALLI H.Aaais. Salem. N. J. For sale by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac M. Lor yea. Prop. When fortune turns a man down, people turn up their noses.-New York Herald. .Shot in His Left Leg. For all kinds of sores, burns, bruises, or other wounds DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is a sure cure. Skin diseases yield to it at once. Never fails in cases of piles. Cooling and healing. None genuine but DeWitt's. Beware of counterfeits. "I suffered for many years from a sore caused by a gun shot wound in my left leg," says A. S. Fuller, English, Ind. " It would not heal and gave me much trouble. I used all kinds of remedies to no purpose un til I tried DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. A few boxes completely cured me." The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Some people are so suspicious that it is a wonder that they. trust them selves.-Atchisonl Globe. Better Than Pills. The question has been asked. "-In what way are Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets superior to pillis?" Our answer is: They are easier and more pleasant to take, more mild and gentle in effect and more reliable as they can always be depended upon. Then they cleanse and mnvigorate the stomach and leave the bow els in a natural condition, while pills are more harsh in effect and their use is of ten foilowed by constipation. For sale by The R. B. Lcryea Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryea. Prop. B~azs the The Kind You Have Always Bought 20th Century We are living in a rapid age-an age of pro gression. The world moves and you must move with it. Keep up with the times. If you see a chance to benefit yourself, grasp the opportu You Can Benefit Yourself by Calling on . ISAAO Mt LORYEA, Proprietor, Sig of the Golden Mortar, MANNINC, S. C. 'PHONE NO. 2. FOR ANYTHING IN THE LINE OF Pu-re Drugs, Chemrical s, STAXNDA~RD PATENT M[ED] CINES. FANCY GOODS. TOILET ARTICLES. PER FCMERY. IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CIGARS. Our stock is always complete in every detail and in Compounding PRESCRIPTIONS We use only the Purest Goods obtainable. OUR PRESCRIPTION DEPAIRTMENT is always in charge of a competent pharmacist. The public runs no risk of errors. as Prescrip tions and Domestic Recipes are ltled by compe tent mn only. We Guarantee Purity of Materials Used and absolute accuracy in Compounding Physi ians' Prescriptions. We arc constantly adding every new, novel and meritorious article that comes withIn our line of business. If you see a medicine adver tised and want it. we will gladly get it for you if we do not have It In stock. Your patronage is always appreciated,. and no matter how small your purchases. you may rest assured it will be our constant rim to sell you the best goods that can be obtaind and at reas onable prices. 2C FINE & Writing Paper AN EVIDENCE OF REFIN.EMENT. 25 KINDS RHAME'SIIRUG STORE, SUIMMERTON S C STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, County of Clarendon. COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. Luie Gonzales, ClarendonI W. Bar ron, Frank E. Barron, Archie I. Barron, in his own right and as Administrator of the estate of B. Pressley Barron, deceased, and Samuel W. Barron, William R. Barron, B. Pressley Barron, James Pressley Barron and Archie I. Barron, Jr., infants. by their guardian ad litem. Arcliie I. Barron, plaintiffs', against Edward W. Barron, defendant. Judgment for Foreclosure and Sale. UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A Judgment Order of the Court of Com mon Pleas, in the above stated ac tion, to me directed, bearing date of March 29, 1902, I will sell at pub lic auction, to the highest bidder for cash, at Clarendon Court House, at Manning, in said county, within the legal hours for judicia.1 sales, on Mon day, the 5th day of May, 1902, be ing salesday, the follcwing described real estate: "All that lot of land conveyed to me, said B. Pressley Barron, by W. F. B. Havnesworth, Executor, by deed dated the 26th day of February, 1375, containing Three Aeres, situated in the town of Manning, in the county and State aforesaid, and bounding and butting: North, on lots of Mrs. Lula Harvin, F. N. Wilson and the public street known as Brooks street: east, on the parcel of land conveyed by W. T. Lesesne to said B. Pressley Barron; south,by lands belonging to estate of W. Theo. Lesesne, and west on lots of H. B. Ivey and the lot o.f said B. Pressley Barron, conveyed to him by J. F. Grantham." Purchaser to pay for papers. J. ELBERT DAVIS, Sheriff Clarendon County. Manning, S. C., April 7, 1902. [36-4t STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA: County of Clarendon, COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. William F. B. Haynesworth, as sur viving Executor of the last will and testament of S. C. C. Rich ardson, deceased, plaintiff, against John Thames, defendant: Decree Foreclosure and Sale. UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A Judgment Order of the Court of Com mon Pleas, in the above stated ac tion, to me directed, bearing date March 29, 1902, I will sell at public auction, for cash, to the highest bid der, at Clarendon Court House, at Manning, in said county, within the legal hours for judicial sales, on Mon day, the 5th day of May, 1902, be ing salesday, the following described real estate: "All that tract containing One Hundred and Forty-Eight Acres, more or less of land situate in the county and State aforesaid, and bounding on land now or formerly of W. L. Reynolds, lands formerly of Haynesworth, now owned by J. Cohen Wilson; land of Ben Broad way and lands of -Ducker; ex cept one hundred (100) acres of said tract, which was conveyed by Mary E. Rogers to Ely Holliday and Frank Riley, leaving subject to said mort gage the balance of said tract, con taining forty-eight acres, more or less, and bounded, as plaintiff is in formed and believes, as follows: North, by land of Frank Riley:; east, by land of Miss E. Harvin and of Theodore Harvin; south, by land of DuRant, formerly Cohen Wilson, and west by said tract of one hundred acres, said to be owned by Smith, Mver & Co." Purchaser to pay for papers. J. ELBERT DAVI:S, Sheriff Clarendon County. Manning, 5. 0., April 7, 1902. [36-4t STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, County of Clarendon, COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. W. M. Broekinton, plaintiff, against W. H. Barrow, J. M. Barrow, J. D. Barrow and The John McSween Company, defendants. Judgment for Foreclosure and Sale. UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A Judgment Order of the Court of Com mon Pleas, in the above stated ac tion. to me directed, bearing date March '29, 1902, I will sell at pub lic auction, for cash, to the highest bidder, at Clarendo:2 Court House, at Manning, in said county, within the legal hours for judicial sales, on Mon day, the 5th day of May, 1902, being salesday, the following de scribed real estate: All that piece, parcel or tract of land situate in the county of Claren don and State aforesaid, containing T wo Hundred and Forty Acres, more r less, and bounded: north, by lands lately of T. G. Robinson, now of the estate of S. P. Brockinton; south and east by lands of James E. Ken nedy, and west by the middle of the run of Pudding Swamp; the premises herein above described being deline ated on a plat of the same made by J. E. McElveen, dated 12th May, A. D. 1885.. Purchaser to pay for papers. J. ELBERT DAVIS, Sheriff Clarendon County. Manning, S. C., April 7, 1902. [:36-4t STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, County of Clarendon, COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. Aaron Weinberg, Plaintiff, aga.inst Gus Walker, James Henry Walker, Rebecca Walker, Lilly Walker, Willis Walker and Frank Wal-, ker, Defendants. Judgment for Foreclosure and Sale. UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A Judgment Order cf the Court of Com mon Pleas, in the above stated ac tion, to me directed, bearing date of March 29, 1902, I will sell at pub li auction, to the highest bidder for cash, at Clarendon Court House, at Manning, in said county, within the legal hours for judicial sales, on Mon day, the 5th day of May, 1992, being salesday, the following dle scribed real estate: "All that tract of land situated in Clarendon county. State aforesaid, containing eighty-five acres, more or less, and bounded as follows: North, by lands of John Hodge; east, by! lands of Mrs. Henrietta Thames and John S. Watt; south, by lands of H. C. Carrigan, formerly of R. R. Din gle, and west, by lands of Mrs. E m ma Hambleton and John F. Cutter." Purchaser to pay for papers. J. ELBERT DAVIS, Sheriff Clarendon County. Manning, S. C.. April 7, 1902. [36-4t ring ur Job Work to The Times afflee. -OUR ITHANKS. We feel that we should extend our humble thanks to the ladies of Manning and surrounding country for the splendid response and at tendance they gave to our Millinery display and Easter Opening. We feel amply repaid for the energy. time and money expended on this display and we trust that it will impress many with the fact that we have made Manning a distributive centre for Fine Dress Goods and Millinery that we are up-to-date in the selection of all the newest things on the market. Best of all, we carry a large stock of all kinds of Dry Goods, and in point of styles and yrices are second to none in this part of the State. Silks and Dress Goods. Black Taffeta Silk Skirting, 36 inches wide, $1.25 the yard. Black Taffeta Silk Skirting, 18 inches wide, only 50c. Black Jap Silk Waistings, 27 inches wide, only 50c the yard. Also in all the leading shades. Black Peau de Soie Silks, 20 inches wide, only $1. A full line of Taffeta Silks, in all the leading shades, at 75c yard. Black Watered Silk Skirting. the newest thing in Skirting, only $1 the yard. Black and Blue Serges, 50 inches wide, only $1. In short, the greatest line of Black Skirtings ever shown in Man ning, ranging in prices from 20c to $1.50 the yard. Call and see our line of Dress Goods and Silks and you will bear us out that there was never anything like it in the Manning market before and OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST, when you compare quality. J wClTXmiR If there ever was such a line of Wash Goods and White Goods shown in Manning before and at such prices as we are showing now? I doubt it. Just think of this, one case of beautiful Figured Dimities that sell the world over ab l24c the yard that we are anxious to sell you at .loc. 40-inch White Lawns, only 10c the yard, or 12 yards for $1. 40-inch White Lawns, very fine and sheer at 15c the yard, or 8 yards for $1. White Lawns and Dimities, in all qualities and prices, from 3 c the.yard up to 35c. The greatest lir e of Piques ever shown in Manning, from 10c to 35c the yard. Persian Lawns in all prices, from 15c to 35c the yard. Figured and Plain Nainsooks, from 15c to 50c the vard. Pure White Silk Mull at 50c the yard. A large line of Pongee effects in Mercerized Wash Goods at 25c the yard: these goods are soft and clinging and are so stylish this spring. Millinery Department. This department has always been a hobby with us, and to say that we have made i a, success is fully answered by our great Easter dis play of Fine Pattern Hats and Millinery last week. Ladies, we handle nothing in Millinery but the latest styles we can find on the New York and Baltimore markets, and we sell our Hats and Millinery much cheaper than you can buy the same class of goods at other places. Of course we could buy off styles in Millinery much cheaper than the class of goods we are handling and sell at a better profit, but we cannot and will not mix the two. We are cater ing to the best trade in the county-ladies who read the leading fash ion journals and know what styles are, and it will not do to try to push off old styles of Millinery on such trade. Our Millinery Department is up-to-date in every detail and we handle nothing but the best. W. E. JENKINSON. Don't Make a Mistake ...BUT GO'TO.'.. D. H IRSCHMANN'S When needing anything in SPRING DRY GOODS, SHOES, SLIP PERS AND HATS. Millinery a Specialty And any goods found in an up-to-date store. We are offering special values in MILLINERY AND DRY GOODS. Having a large stock of these we mean to let them go at the LOWEST PRICES POSSIBLE. We extend to our friends and the public generally a cordial invi1 tation to call on us before making their purchases. Don't Forget Our Clothing. Remember Our Shoes. Yours for business. SD. HIR SCH MANN D est 'Door to Postomce. s9-~1Ij1 'l "S Virginia=Carolina 'Chemical Company, CHARLESTON, S. C. RICHMOND, VA. ATLANTA, GA. Largest Manufacturers'of Fertilizers in the South. Importers of ... Pure German Kainit, Muriate of Potash, Nitrate of Soda, Sulphate of Potash. It is important in buying your fertilizers, not only to buy goods of established reputation and high grade, but to buy where your wants of every character can be supplied. We are in position to furnish all classes of goods and in such quantities as buyers desire. It will pay you to see us before purchasing. Address VirginiasCarolina Chemical Co., Charleston, S. C. Send for Virginia-Caolina Almanic. free for the asking. Go to The Maninng Hardware Company For AGRICULTURAL IXLUNS. Plows, Plow Stocks, Steel Shapes, Hoes, Rakes, Shovels, Guano Horns, Cotton Rope, Wire Fencing, Clevises, Repair Links, Carry Combs. WE MAKE TOBACCO BARN FLUES. We have bargains in Trace Chains, Breast Chains, Hames, Hame Strings, Back-Bands, Single-Trees, Bridles, Collars, Collar Pads, Grind Stones, Flat Irons, Axes, Corn Shellers, Cow Bells, Ox Balls. We are agents for the Oliver Chilled Plow Company, and have their Plows in stock; the Deering Harvester Company and the American Field and Wire Fence Company. F'cr M3il Stixpplie. Valves, Lubricators, Gauge Glasses, Injectors, Inspirators. Black and Galvanized Pipe, Pumps,- Steel Sinks, Compression Bibbs, Bath Tubs, Steam Gauges, Bolts, Nuts and Washers, Round and Flat Iron, Packing, Lubricating Oil. Carpenters' Tools, Leeks, Binges, Nails, Window Fasteners, Valley in, Eave Troughs, Guttering, etc. Paints, Oils, Varnishes. A splendid assortment of these: White Lead, Boiled and Raw Linseed Oil, Spirits Tur entine, Varnish, Japan Dryer, all colors; Cold Water Paint, White and olon; Lamp Black. EXCiusefutriialhiig Groocle. Everything in Tinware, Crockery, Cooking Stoves, Heaters, Country Holloware, Spiders, Ovens, Skillets. A nice assortment of Lamps and Glassware, Wood and Metal Buckets, Stove Repairs, Sad Irons. "Buggy aiacl WVagcr --E.epair's. Axle Points, Bolts, Clips, Anti-Rattlers, Rims, Hubs, Spokes, Shafts, Baggy Steps, Rubber Cloth. Cutlery anacd Sprti2.g C dGs. Pocket Cutlery that has stood the test for years. No risk in buying ur Guarauteed Pocket Knives. Shot, Powder, Caps, Fuse, Dynamite, Canvas Hunting Coats and Legginsg, Rubber Boots. Very truly, Manning Hardware Co. A GRAND OPENING Of Spring Clothing, Hats and Furnishing Goods. N ~.'.You will find here the very newest and u.p-to-date Suits, Furnishind Goods L" and Hats. We make a specialty of Extra Size, Stout and Slim Suits. / / ~ you swatches of Suits, if you are inter ested in any. In our Tailor Department we have Over 500 Samples for you to select your Suit or extra Pants from. Suits made to your measure from $15 to $50. Pants from $3to $12. O NWR yGRANITE BC L OT H I N G 224 KING ST., Opp. Academy of Music, o-EA:t-rm ~ oN, - - S. 0. All mail orders promptly attended to by a special salesman. Buena Vista Land Plaster FOR ALL7 CROPS. Mr. B. K. Buchanan of Washington County, Virginia, so generally nown, says: "lI have used the Buena Vista Plaster for many years. I ank it for all crops next to barnyard manure." Mr. Joseph W. Davis of Washington County, Virginia, one of our best armers, says: "Using your plaster (the Buena Vista) last year, I thought a part of my meadow too good to be benefited by it, so applied it only to hat was inferior. To my surprise .the inferior part yielded more than the ther. I am satisfied it would have paid me well to have put it on all." Carload Lots, Bullk, f, o, b, Charleston, S, C., $5,25, AROINA PORTLAD CEMET CO., 'Sole Selling Agents, CHARLESTON. - - S. C. outh CGaroa Co-Educationlal Institute (S. C. C. I.) EDGEFIELD, S. C. LDEST AND LARGEST CO-EDUCATIONAL COLLEGE IN THlE STATE. Over 300 Students enrolled jast session, representing 10 States. Young men under strict military discipline. Faculty composed of 21 College and University graduates-9 men. Thorough Literary Courses leading to the degree of B. E., B. S. and A. B. Superior Advantages offered in the Departments of Music, Art and Business. Four Magnificent, well equipped buildings. Thousands of dollars recently spent in improvements. From s100 to $1440 covers expenses in Literary Department for the entire hoolr the past session 1 67 Boarders were enrolled. A large number )aplications were rejected for want of room. Additional room will be pro If youth cone atteding our College. write for eatalogue and applica ion blank to F. N. K. BAILEY, President, EDOEFIELD, 5. C. Next esonn Begrinsg Thnurclay, Sept. 26, 1901.