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Publishes All County and Town Of
MANNING, S. C., JULY 9, 1902.
A Profitable Visit.
Those who have cash to spend fo
Dry Goods can make a very profitabl
visit now by attending the clearin,
sales of all Summer Goods now goin
on at The Jenkinson Dry Goods Store
You will be surprised at the grea
values you can get at this store, as a]
Summer Goods must be gone by Sel:
All Millinery Goods are put unde
the hammer and it must go, as old mil
linery is not worth carrying over t
If you want a nice Hat here is you
opportunity to get it cheap.
All Millinery must go.
All Lawns, Dimities and Muslin
All Gent's Straw Hats must go.
All Summer Clothing must go.
We have no room in our store t
pack such goods, so come with th
cash and take them at unheard of lo
If you want to buy goods cheap an
secure- some choice values here is th
place to come.
W. E. JENKINSON.
S. I. Till's, next door to Rigby's.
Mrs. Daisy C. Benbow from Georgi
is visiting relatives in the Summerto
Young chickens wanted at Hotel Cer
tral, Manning. S. C. Highest price
Maj. A. J. Richbourg went to Colum
bia yesterday to attend meeting c
Mr. Charles W. Pickering recenti;
from the Philippines is in Manning o
a visit. He looks well.
We regret that space forbids ou
publishing several communications an
other articles this week.
Miss Olivia Ingram who has bee
in Georgia for quite awhile, returne
to Manning this morning.
"Penny Wise and Pound Foolish.
Read advertisement in another column
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Mr. Louis Loryea of Trio spent
couple of days in Manning on a visit t
'his brother Mr. I. M. Loryea.
The patrons of The Manning Grocer;
Co., can get Fox River Butter and fu]
Cream Cheese on ice at all times.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Thomas o
Charleston are visiting their daughte
Mrs. W. Scott Harvin in Manning.
Full strength: Powdered Allspice
Cloves, Tumeric, Mace, Cinnamon
Black and Red Pepper, Ginger. Thy
R. B. Itoryea Drug Store.
A protracted meeting will begin a
Fellowship church Monday night, Jul:
14, and will continue about one week~
Preaching every morning at 11 o'cloc2
and 8 o'clock at night.
Full strength: Extract of Orange
Banana, Pineapple, Strawberry, Rose
Vanilla, Ginger, Lemon, Peppermint
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
The closing exercises of the Pin!
Hill school will take place at the schoo
thouse July 25th at 8:30 p. m. The edi
tor of THE TIMES feels grateful to the
teacher for a special invitation to b<
The best for Pickling, Mott's Puri
Apple Vinegar. The best for tabli
use, Mott's Pure White Wine Vine
gar. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Dr. I. M. Woods announces his can
didacy for House of Representative:
in this issue, also James M. Windhan
for Judge of Probate, H. L. Johnston
L. T. Fisher and T. C. Owens for Cour
ty Supervisor. Read their cards.
Why use obsolete fruit jars, whe.
you can obtain the latest and most ap
proved designed Fruit Jar, "th
Royal"? For sale by The R. B. Lor
yea Drug Store.
The board of County Commissioner
met last Saturday, all the member
were present, and it was decided t
~pone giving out contract for er
arging the court house. We are it
formed that two of the comrnissioner
have not fully decided whether i& woul
be wise to spend 81600 on the cour
Naturally we lead and consequentl
we have the largest line of Fruit Ja
-Rubbers, Self-Meltina, Self-Seahin
Wax Strings, and Sea~ing Wax. Th
lR. B. Loryea Drug Store.
The trustees of the Moses Levi M4
morial Institute, owing to the resigns
tion of Prof. G. T. Pugh, have electe
Prof. W. A. Stuckey of Bishopvillet
be the head of the institution. Pro:
Stuckey is a graduate of South Carolin
College and Vanderbilt University an
comes well recommended. He ha
been teaching in Texas.
-Cut this out and take it to The R. I
Loryea Drug Store and get a box<
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tal
lets. The best physic. They also co:
rect disorders of the stomach. Pric
The instruments for the band ai
here and very much in evidence wvit
all of their excruciating noises, and fc
the next three weeks our boys wi
make life miserable with these horn
and when they begin to realize the
they are about to learn somethim
which will be pleasurable and perhai
profitable, they will tire and quit mal
In publishing the proceedings of tI
county executive committee last wee
a mistake occured with reference1
the assessment for Congressional cai
didates. The copy furnished us use
the word "required" when it was i
tended to be "requested" so that 1i
stead of being mandatory for Congre
sional candidates to pay $25 they a:
simply requested to do so to help pa
our county election expenses.
There is much truth in the sayir
that "while there is life there is hope,
and there is also much truth in tl
saying that "a man is as old as he fee
and a woman is as old as she looks
Who would have thought it? sure.
not the people living in the Davis se
tion, but nevertheless 'tis a fact that
the home of our old friend Mr. R.
Aycock, an honest, hard-workin
peaceable and well-behaved citize
twins were presented to him by h
wife. Just why this should have ha)
pened we do not know, unless it wasi
anticipation of the fine crop friend A;
cock has in prospect. We congratula1
our friends and sincerely hope the twiu
will grow up and be a blessing to the:
old and plucky parents. Right on tc
of the glorious news from Day
comes the tidings of a daughter at tl
home of the sage of Sammy Swam:
Mr. B. R. Gibson, Uncle Reese as he
familiarly known, is as proud as Luc
fer, and when the young lady is a litt.
older he will bring her to town at
have her picture taken. We exter
to Mr. and Mrs. Gibson our best wishi
and wish that their daughter will be
solace and a comfort to them in the
" I am using a box of Chamberlain's,
Stomach and Liver Tablets and find
them the best thing for my stomach I
ever used." says T. W. Robinson, jus
- tice of the peace, Loomis. Mich. These
Tablets not only correct disorders of
the stomach but regulate the liver and
bowels. They are easy to take and
pleasant in effect. Price 2> cents per
box. For sale by The R. B. Loryea
Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
r The Manning ball team cut loose
from mamma's apron strings last week
and ran over to Darlington with an
idea that they could play ball, but on
last Friday after a nine-inning experi
ence they reached the conclusion that
it was all a mistake. Manning was not
in it a tiny bit: Darlington, the greedy
things, made 15 runs and would not let
Manning make a single one, but then
both sides could not win, and as Dar
lington was at home our boys were too
gentlemanly to rob their hosts. Up to
the sixth inning Manning kept the Dar
a lington hired professionals down to 2
runs, but errors took hold of them and
they got giddy. The Darlington team
r was made up of hired professionals
from different counties and States, and
that our potlicker-raised boys could go
s away from home and bump up against
professionals and hold them down so
well is indeed a compliment to them.
We had promised the boys a banquet if
p they won the series of games, and on
e Saturday morning a brother of ours
who lives in Darlington wired, "Pre
pare banquet for Manning team
s eggs." We were about to make the
e arrangements for the " fatted calf" re
ception, when our attention was called
to the word "eggs," which was inter
preted to mean "rotten eggs." Dar
- lington needn't blow; if she will put
Darlington boys against Clarendon boys
the rotten eggs will very surely go to
Darlington. Our boys belong here and
3 work for a living, they do not come
1 from all parts of the earth and get their
living by playing ball in summer and
acting in circuses in winter.
An Unsolicited Testimonial.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Manning. S. C.
Gentlemen:-For two years past I have been
using International Heave Cure for Coughs and
Colds in my horses and I have found that it al
ways gives speedy relief and effects a perma
nent cure. Yours truly.
Signed. (Rev.) G. T. GRESHAM.
n Manning. S. C.. June 2. 1902.
We carry constantly in stock the pro
r ducts of the International Food Co.,
I consisting of Horse and Cattle Powders,
Worm Powder, Poultry Food, Colic
Cure. Louse Killer, Silver Pine Healing
a Oil, Pheno-Chloro, the great Disinfec
I tant. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store,
Sole Agents for Manning and vicinity.
'A New Road.
There is in contemplation a new
road between Salem and Manning,
which if built will cut off at least seven
miles of - the distance between this
place and Salem. The projected route
is from Alcolu by the John DuRant
1 place and intersect the road at Sar
dinia. The cost of building this road
will be about $1500, and it will be worth
f many thousands of dollars to the busi
r ness interests of this town. Merchants
and other business men, this matter
should interest you, and you should
, lend it all of the encouragement possi
, ble. Every business man in this town
a should be willing to go down into his
pocket and by private subscription,
raise the necessary money to build this
t new road. We suggest that the county
isupervisor call a meeting of the busi
-men and let them know howv much the
C scheme will cost, how much money
ought to be raised by private subscrip
tion and how much should come out of
the county's funds. We do got believe
it would be just to the eastern, western
and southern sections of the county to
take all the money from the treasury
to build this road, much as we desire
the road to be built, but Manning es
pecially will be mostly benefitted and
should contribute liberally. This mat
ter should not lag, as it is one of vital
importance. It means bringing to this
market a people from one of the best
sections, a people of thrift and a people
3 who do not come on account of distance
- and bad roads.
. Summer complaint is usually prey
alent among children this season. A
well developed case in the writer's fam
ily was cured last week by the timely
.use of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy-one of the best
patent medicines manufactured and
a which is always kept on hand at the
- home of ye scribe. This is not intend
ed as a free puff for the company, who
Sdo not advertise with us, but to benefit
little sufferers who may not be within
easy access of a physician. No family
should be without a bottle of this med
icine in the house, especially in sum
0 mer time.-Lansing, Iowa, Journal.
SFor sale by The R. B. Loryea Drug
Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
t A Fine Picnic.
It was our pleasure to accept an in
v vitation to attend a picnic on last Wed
r nesday at Smith's schoolhouse in Sandy
Grove township. The ride was long
e and hot, but the crops on the route re
paid us for whatever inconveniences
we underwent from the heat.
~We reached the home of Mr. G. M.
- Hicks about 9:30 o'clock and after eat
d ing supper we en'oyed his entertaining
o conversation until after midnight when
r. we went to bed and slept like a log.
a Early the next morning Mr. Hicks had
d us up looking over 20 acres of as fine
s tobacco as was ever raised in Claren
don, and as soon as we could get break
fast we would not keep our host from
. his work because we. saw at a glance
f that time meant dollars to himo, we
>- pulled out for our destination. The
:Puddin Swamp road was one continu
e ous tobacco field, barns with smoke
rising from the flues, and people in the
fields gathering the weed. Cotton and
ecorn looked well, but the drought was
h beginning to show sign of injury.
ir We reached the picnic grounds, and
1 there about 500 people had assembled
5, to enjoy the day. Lemonade stands
Lt were on all sides, seats under an arbor
in front of the schoolhouse for the ac
commodation of the guests, people of
-all ages and conditions were there.
Darlington, Florence and Williamsburg
had representatives. The tobacco
warehouse people from Timmonsville,
Lake City and Manning were there in
full force and all doing good work for
their respective warehouses. Even the
dvoung la esfrom Lake City had them
- -selves tagged with warehouse cards.
SThe schoolhouse was not quite fin
ihed and we are informed that Rev.
e aston E. Smith is the mover and
ybuilder of this structure,and aside from
a few contributions the cost comes out
of his pocket. This is certainly com
mendable public spirit. We wish there
Swere men like him in every community.
Is The man who builds a schoolhouse
Sbuilds nobly,and such spirit should and
v will cover a multitude of faults, for man
J is faulty at best, but when he loves his
tt fellowman sufficiently to do something
for the future which will redound to
lory, his faults pale into insignificance.
We honor Mr. Smith for this noble and
,The picnickers were a 'olly lot, and
nwe saw there many friends whose cor
. dial grasp was an inspiration to us.
e Hon. George S. Legare was the ora
Stor of the day, and he delivered a mag
ir nificent address entirely devoid of poli
ptics-it was indeed a sermon. appropri
e Acts Immediately.
is Colds are sometimes more trouble
isome in summer than in winter, it's so
le hard to keep from adding to them while
.d cooling otY after exercise. One Minute
.d Cough Cure curcs at once. Absolutely
s safe. Acts immediately. Sure cure for
a coughs, colds, crcup. throat and lung
r troubles. The R. B. Loryea Drug
ate for a Sunday school picnic. After
Mr. Legare spoke there was music in I
the school room, and Mr. C. M. Davis I
was called upon to speak. He respond- s
ed in a few brief remarks which we did f
not hear, being more pleasantly en
gaged on the outside with listening to
the sweet voice of a very pretty young t
The dinner was such as Salem is
noted for-the finest and best of every- l
thing, well prepared and served with r
that open-hearted generosity which has C
made that section famous. r
After dinner there was more speak- a
ing. Mr. J. H. Lesesne started off by (
telling a sloshing story, and then made a
a real good speech for a man who was a
as full-of dinner as he was. Dr. I. M. t
Woods also made a very neat and ap- E
propriate talk, and he was followed by a
Mr. J. Wade Kennedy, who launched (
right into politics and said something C
about fertilizing people's brains. The a
crowd under the arbor did not seem to r
care much about hearing politics.
The writer was called upon, and with c
the blushes mantling his cheeks and N
knees trembling he, for about 30 min- 1
utes, gave a talk on education. He was 1
followed with a similar subject by C
County Superintendent of Education, t
Mr. L. L. Wells.
Then came the picnic right: the poli- 1
ticians did much handshaking and pri- I
vate talking: the boys did much whis
pering to the girls and the older ones c
talked about the crops, the candidates I
and everything in general. Every
body had a big time.
On our way back we spent the night I
at Mr. T. M. Beard's, where we were t
elegantly entertained, but our early i
morning nap was disturbed by having a
to rise very early and get an early start I
for home. We stopped at Mr. Ander- I
son Boykin's at New Zion and found I
him quite cheerful for an invalid, and e
instead of making straight for home we t
came by Brewington to have a chat
with Capt. Edgar N. Plowden, the
younze'st 83-year-old man in the world,
and , venture to say he is the best t
posted man in Clarendon county on pol- 1
itics and current affairs. He gave us a 1
roasting for telling about his talking to I
the wax figure at the exposition and in- 1
timated very strongly that we have 1
been misinformed, and he seemed to
think that we were trying to make
people believe that he did considerable
skylarking when he was in the city, but
when we satisfied him that all of our t
information came from "Bub," he re- I
lented and gave us a big watermelon. 1
with the injunction to quit lying on ]
him. We enjoyed the trip immensely s
and wish that we could find the time to
attend a number of similar entertain
ments to which we have invitations. t
The Best Liniment for Strains.
Mr. F. H. Wells, the merchant at
Deer Park, Long Island, N. Y., says:
'I always recommend Chamberlain's
Pain Balm as the best liniment for
strains. I used it last winter for a se
vere lameness in the side, resulting
from a strain, and was greatly pleased
with the quick relief and cure it effec
ted." For sale by The R. B. Loryea
Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
The great big candidates for the
great big office of United States Sena
for were here yesterday, and were
greeted with an audience of about 400,
a very good turn out when it is con
sidered that in some sections the peo
ple are up to their arm pits in harvest
ing and curing tobacco. The crowd
irst assembled in the court room, but ,
after the first speech, the place was so
ot the audience requested that the
speakers take the stand on the square.
The audience was not very demionstra
ive, and seemed to yearn for instruc
ion, it listen to the speakers with
eager attention, and occasionally -there
as a ripple of applause, but nothing
ike the old-time whooping and yelling.
The first speaker was Senator D. S. t
Henderson of Aiken, and it did not i
ake long to discoverer that he had
friends in the audience. He discussed i
national questions in a dignifi.ed man- I
er, very much as a demonstrator z
would to a class of students in a class a
room. There was nothing of the clown- c
ishness in his speech, but everything s
he touched was upon matters now I
agitating the minds of the people. c
Hon. George Johnstone of Newberry t
followed, and he too made friends. His a
peech was a model of oratory and elo- r
luence and in the discussion of nation- a
al questions he handled them in a man-: I
aer which justifies us in saying that he
Es a student-a man of profoundity of
houht. He is a graceful speaker,
ands periods are beautifully rounded,
and when he discovers his audienc3
growing restless, he has a knack of ir
jecting pleasant stories which are
brimful of humor. Colonel Johnstone
although a stranger to our people whena
he came here is no stanger now, and
the effect of his magnificient speeca
will be felt on election day.
Col. William Elliott of Beaufort nex~t
was introduced and, while he did not
strike the audience 'is a great orator',
yet his earnestness, his candor and the
fact of his district keeping him in Con-~
gress for so many years, impressed his
earcrs with his ability. Colonel El
liott showed up a grand record in
Congress, and it is a p art of South
Carolina's history that Elliott was one i
of Democracy's leaders in days gone by.
It was he who made the gallant and
successful fight in the "Black district."
Hc discussed national matters, an~d
claimed that the Trusts could be hand- ?
Led by the people, and that the only
successful fight ever made against as
trust was by the Southern farmers
when they refused to submit to the
exaction of the cotton bagging robbers.
He claimed that to keep these corpor
ate combines from throttling the peo
ple, the people must elect men to rep
resent them who are not interested in
such. Colonel Elliott's speech while
not flowery, was a first class talk and
bristling with statesmanlike wisdom. t
Hon. John J. Hemphill of Chester,
who by the way, as he came forward
threw life into the audience before ie'
had a chance to say a word. His tall,
commanding figure, his bright, open
and genial countenance at once im
pressed the audience that he is a "jolly,
good fellow," and it did not take many
minutes before he had the crowd in a
jolly humor. He told good jokes and
stories, nothing of the cheap, vulgar
sort one sometimes hears from the hust
ings. He is an orator of the finest or
der and in discussing the Philippine
question he made statements which t
were entirely new and instructive. He
jollied his competitors in a way to
amuse the crowd. Mr. Hemphill is no
novice in' national matters, he was in:
Congress for ten years and won distinc
tion by his labors there. After the
speaking we heard a number of voters
say they were going to vote for Hemp
Next on the program was Ex-Gov
ernor John Gary Evans of Spartanburg.
when he came forward there was a
slight ripple of ap~plause in the audi
ence. Evans has been here before and
twice carried this county-once for
Governor and once for United States
Senator. He has some warm admirers
here yet, notwithstanding the fact that
he has been beaten twice for the office
he now seeks. Governor Evans did not
Don't Fail to Try This.
Whenever an honest trial is given to
Electric Bitters for any trouble it is
recommended for a permanent cure wvill
surely be effected. It never fails to
tone the stomach, regulate the kidneys
and bowels, stimulate the liver, invig
orate the nerves and purify the blood.
It's a wonderful tonic for run-down sys
tems. Electric Bitters positively cures
kidney and liver troubles, stomach dis.
orders, nervousness, sleeplessness, rheu
matism, neuralgia and expels Malaria.
Satisfaction guaranteed by The R. B.
ra Drug Stoe. niy 50 cents
eem at his best yesterday, we have
ieard him make better speeches, but
,y this we do not mean to disparage his
peech of yesterday. He made a very
ue speech, but it was not delivered
ith that fire and vim as we have been
.ccustomed to hear from him. After
idiculing what he terms " twaddle"
n the part of his opponents in their
iscussion of the Philippine question,
Le showed that they were discussing a
matter already settled and the Demo- s
ratic party could not unsettle it. He 1
lade some effort to revive factionalism t
nd then jumped upon the record of
ongressman Latimer, showing that he c
nd his son and his wife's brother were t
11 drawing pay from the government, t
hat Latimer was violating the laws of s
youth Carolina by riding on free passes,
,nd it is an acknowledged fact that
overnor Evans is a fine lawyer. He
laimed, and we agree with him, that
ny man holding a commission as rep
esentative, State or national,from this
tate and rides on a pass or uses a tele
raph frank as such is violating the law,
hether he be a member of the Legis
ture, State Senator, Congressman or
Inited States Senator. This is the law
f South Carolina and if Mr. Latimer
ides on free passes or accepts tele
raph franks he puts at defiance the
aws of the State which has confided in
The last Senatorial speaker was Con
:ressman A. C. Latimer of Anderson.
le is a very striking looking man-a
-enial countenance and without doubt
first class stump speaker. He denied
;vans' free pass charge, ignored the
eference to himself and family draw
ag pay from the government, told
bout securing appropriation for New
erry College, getting additional ap
ropriations for distribution of seed and
ulletins, asked God to forgive him for
ver having voted for John Gary Evans,
old Evans that he had been charged
ith getting $15,000 out of the bond
Leal. Latimer told some cracking good
okes, and referring to his junketing
rips he said that by bringing some of
hem Republicans down here he got
dr. Littlefield from Maine, the ablest
ieutenant of the Republican party. to
elp kill the infamous Crumpacker bill.
le claims that it is foolshness for
outhern men to stand up in Congress
nd "cuss" out the Republicans; it
oes harm and no good. If he can se
ure a Democrat for a postoffice he
hinks it right. If he wants favors for
is people he cannot get them by abus
ng those who have the favors to give.
Ie, too, made friends here by his
The Senatorial party impressed the
rowd as being a magnificent aggrega
ion of talent and it is going to be hard
or the voters to select from such an
.bundance of excellent material.
Hon. George S. Legare of Charleston
pened the debate for the lower House
f Congress. He was received with
onsiderable applause and from the
tart he took up the legislative record
his opponent and criticised it. There E
s a difference of opinion as to the ef
ect, many thinking that he could have C
.fforded to let his opponent's record
.lone, while others think he did right.
r. Legare has many warm friends in
Hon. T. W. Bacot was the last speak
r, and he won the sympathy of many
n the audience for the manner in
rhich 1e explained the attack upon his t
Both of the candidates for Congress
re men of ability and the First Dis
rict will be well represented with
ither. Bacot made some votes.
In the beginning of this article we
hould have stated that the meeting
ras presided over by County Chairman
.Elbert Davis, and Rev. P. B. Wells
pened the meeting with a very appro
rate and eloquent prayer.
Free Blood Cure.
We recommend Botanic Blood Balm
B. B. B.) for all blood troubles, such as
eers, eating sores, scrofula, eczema,
bhing humors, pimples, boils, carbun-!
les, blood poison, aching bones, fester
ag sores, cancer, catarrh, rheumatism.
otanic Blood Balm cures all malig
ant blood or skin diseases, especially
dvised for old, deep-seated cases. It
ures when all else fails. Heals every
ore or pimple, stops all aches and pains
Ly giving a healthy blood supply. At
.rug stores, $1 per large bottle. Trial
reatment free by writing Dr. Gillam,
Ltlanta, Ga. Describe trouble and free
1edical advice given. Medicine sent
t once, prepaid. For sale at The R.
1. Loryea Drug Store.C
- UND FOOLISH.
N THE PURCHASE OF
Ereat care should be exercised that we are :iot
Penny Wise and Pound Foolish." In supply
g your wants for Paints it is
Not i-ow Cheap, But Hlow Good..
Many considerations must be observed when
ou obtain Paints:
WILL IT STAY PAINTED?
WILL IT BE DURABLE?
WILL IT RESIST EXPOSURES
WILL IT RETAIN ITS COLOR?
WILL IT PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY?
'or if t does not possess these requisites your
ibor and money are- spent in vain..
For many years. we have had the pleasure of
upplying the people of Manning. Clarendon
nd adjoining counties with PAINTS, OILS,
HITE LEAD, and
..0NMAN & nARTINGZ
We have sold thousands of gallons of Paints
nd Oil and in all that time we have never had
casion to entertain a claim. General sais
action has been given ad we have received
be meed of praise.
Many paints are put on the market; they
ave their "little day and soon pass as a tale
hat is told," but
Longman & Martinez
stand like a monument of strength, beauty and
.urabil.ty and age only eihances and solidifies
The reputation of a Paint is not created in a
.ay; time tests all things and time tests the
alue of Paints.
LONOMAN & MARTINEZ
ly strict methods, by non-adulteration, by only
sing first grade products in the production of
heir Paints enjoy the patronage of the people
rom South Carolina to California. Our new
ossessions use their Paints.
We Have the ILargest Paint Department
orth of Charleston and supply your every
Led. We carry constantly in stock:
PURE HARD OIL FINISHES,
tnd everything pertaining to the needs of the
ouseholder and the painter.
We point with pardonable pride to the many
iandsome churches, dwellings and stores paint
LONMAN & tIARTINEZ
aints that stay painted.
Information furnished in person and by letter.
Before placing your orders for Paints it will
e greatly to your advantage to obtain prices,
tc., from us.
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"Imitation is the sincerest flasttery.
F R. B. tOIYH DRG gIIIR,
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Proprietor,
S1gn of the
MANNI.N1C S. C.
i. A Summer Trip. em:
We know that there are a great many persons who are contemplating a
ummer trip somewhere, and before doing so they will have to purchase a nice
'runk or Suit Case, for people in a great measure are judged or graded by the
runks or suit cases they carry.
THAT NEED can be supplied right here at our store, as we carry the lar
:est and most complete line of fine Trunks and Suit Cases ever shown in this
own, and what is still better about our great line of Trunks, they are cheaper
han you can get the same grade of Trunks elsewhere. Why is this? The an
wer is plain: We buy in large quantities and buy them cheap.
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Nice large Flat Top Canvas Railroad Trunks from $3.50 to $12.50 per Trunk.
Gent's Dress Suit Cases, from $1.25 to $10 per Suit Case.
Call and see us when you want a nice lot of Trunks to select from.
Dry Goods Very Cheap.
We wish our friends to understand that the dull, hot spell is having no
difect on us. We are pu shing our business with all the energy possible.
We carry an up-to-date stock of Dry Goods, Shoes and Clothing at all sea
eons of the year.
Closing Out Summer Goods.
We are now closing out all Summer Goods at Sacrifice Prices in order that
here may not be -any on hand the 1st of September.
Nic 12.s and 15c nimitie are now being closed out at 10c per yard.
Millinery at Very lose Prices.
We will be very glad to close out our stock of Millinery Shapes and Flowers
nd the like at half price and in many cases less than cost.
Call and see us if you want a nice Hat cheap.
W. E. JENKINSON.
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nd have a few good Farm Horses and Mules on hand to dispose
>f at close figures.
Also a lot of One and Two-Horse Wagons-the genuine old
Yes, we have the best line of BUGGIES on the market for
ron to select from. Try one and be convinced.
MOWERS, (the best yet.) .
bDS Re0SELF-DUfIP RAKES,
DISC HARROWS & Cultivators.
All of which will give satisfaction and save time as well as
COME TO SEE US.
W. P. HAWKINS& CO.
Don't Make a Mistake
...BUT GO TO...
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
MILLlNERY AND DRY GOODS.
Having a large stock of these we mean to let them go at the
LOWEST PRICES POSSIBLE.
tatione to call on us before making their purchaseenrlyacodasni
Don't Forget Our Clothing.
Remember Our Shoes.
.Yours for business.
W HY trouble yourselves and minds about how to keep
cool these hot days, when you can get just what
you want to make up a nice Sheer Dress right here at
Rigby's without any task of mind or pocketbook either?
We have decided to close out all our Summer Thin
Dress Fabrics during the month of July and we will make
prices some .
so that you can't lose anything by trading with us, for
you will find these all good values, all this season's stock,
nice and clean.
For the Next Two Weeks
Big drive in White, Goods, consisting of Persian Lawn,
Fancy White Goods, Linens, -Nainsooks, Madras, P. K.'s,
Dimities, Ducks, etc. -
GREAT REDUCTION IN SHOES.
Bear this "ad." in mind, for this July Sale will be
the Banner Clear-up Sale of the season.
Mind this, too: Get in the procession, follow the -
crowd and you willAind yourself in
The Harvest Season
Is at hand and we want every one to know that we have a full sup
ly of Repairs for the Deering Hravesting Machinery; also Mowers and Rakes, .
on which we can offer liberal terms in price and time payment. A careful ex
amination of these Machines will convince the most sceptical of their superior
The demand on us for Flues and other supplies this season has been very heavy.
We can still supply you at the prices named you in the early part of the season.
We will be pleased to have those who have not already placed their orders for
Flues with us to do so at as early date as convenient, as the season is drawing
near when you will want them without delay.
Our prices for Paris Green have not changed.
We are carrying this year an unusually large stock of goods in Agricultural'
Implements, Mill Supplies and Housebuilders' Hardware.
Our Paints are the talk of the county, owing to their excellence and the
beautiful finish they give buildings, and notwithstanding the scarcity of money
our sales are rapidly increasing in this line. If you contemplate painting, get
one of our color cards.
You will find all seasonable goods, such as Cream Freezers, Ice Picks, Lemon
Squeezers, Shakers, Water Coolers.
We also have Potato Mashers, Fruit Presses, Butter Moulds, Fruit Jars,
Fruit Jar Funnels, Fruit Jar Rubbers, Fly Traps, Oil Stoves, Knife Bricks.
We call your especial attention to our Blue Flame Oil Stove $3 ff
we sell this season. Price........ ...................-- - - -
It is the most perfect thing of the kind sold.
We have just received a lot of
in Scalders, Milk Pans, Milk Buckets, Toilet Sets, etc. This ware has attracted
more attention than any one line we have in stock owing to its great superiority
over other tinware.
We have the most beautiful Crockery ever seen in Manning. Come and
Very truly yours,
Manning Hardware Co.
Look to Your Interest.
Here we are, still in the lead, and why suffer with your eyes when you
can be suited with a pair of Spectacles with so little trouble? We carry the
Celebrated HAWKES Spectacles and Glasses,
Which we are offering very cheap, from 2+5c to . f0 and Gold Frames at $3
to $6. Call and be suited.
W. M. BROCKINTON.