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MANNING. S. C., MARCH 29, 1905.
Publishes All County and Town Of
k a 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.
W. E. JENKINSON COMPANY'S
Grand Millinery Opening Thursday, April 6th,
and the Balance of the Week.
Every lady in Manning and Claren
don county is specially invited to at
tend our 'Grand Millinery Opening of
Pattern Hats. Millinery Goods, Dress
Goods, Silks,. White Goods and Wash
We will not send out any printed or
written invitations, as it is impossible
to send invitations to all of our many
friends and patrons, so we have decided
not to send out special invitations. but
we want all the ladies to understand
that we go to lots of expense and trou
ble to get up this opening for their ben
efit, therefore we hope to see every
ladv here in our store that day who are
interested in correct styles for spring.
We will have nice string music by a
good band which will add somewhat to
the attractions of the occasion.
We feel warranted in saying that our
showing of Pattern Hats will eclipse
anything we have ever had.
Remember the day, THURSDAY,
APRIL 6th, and the balance of the
week, and that every lady is invited to
call and see our Pattern Hats, hear our
nice music and see what is doing in the
THURSDAY, APRIL 6th, is the
day, and balance of week.
W. E. JENKINSON CO.
Nearly every divorce results in two
Mrs. W. T. Sellers is in Manning on
a visit to her husband.
Mr. R.,H. Footman of Greeleyville
spent yesterday in town:
Attend the Cotton Growers' meet ing
in Manning on April 8th.
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Rantin left last
Monday for Glenn Springs.
Mrs. E. C. Dickson returned last
Monday frord a visit to Columbia.
Mrs. C. R. Harvin is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Salley, in Orangeburg.
The people will have an opportuuity
to hear a distinguished lot of speakers
Mr. Dow Player returned yesterday
from a visit to friends in Sumter and
Mr. J. L. McLeod after spending a
few days with relatives in Florence has
Mrs. Regina Rhame, of Holly Hill;
is in Manning on a visit to her mother.
Mrs. Alfred Setzer.
The clearing up of the court house
square is another creditable work the
Council is having done.
The timber is being prepared for a
residence for Mr. J. G. H. Setzer, who
is still single and fancy free.
Mr. S. W. Barron after a serious ill
ness in Columbia, came home last Mon
day night very much improved.
Go to Legg & Hutchinson for Cypress
heart Shingles. We have now a large
quantity in stock and can 1111 all orders
Jenkinson always alive to the de
mands of his patrons has succeeded in
ogting* the services of a Baltimore
M1any farmers are greatly disap
pointed in not being able to get soda
for the oat crop. It cannot be had at
any price before about the middle of
The Tindal's mill fishermen are do
ing a thriving business. Nearly every
afternoon there are parties at the mill
enjoying the trout that "Uncle" Wil
Mr. J. A. Weinberg went to Darling
ton last Saturday, and we learn he has
been tendered a directorship in a re
cently organized financial corporation
at that place.
The Town Council of Mayesville,
recognizing the qualifications of Mr. S.
J. Clark as a policeman, have written
him with a view to securing his serv
ices for that town.
*The man who prefers to make ene
mies rather than friends must indeed
be unhappy, yet there are men wvho1
seem to take a pleasure in forcing peo
pe to avoid them as much as ordinary
politeness will permit.
The Salemites are catching shad in
Black river, and it would be a pleasant
surprise to be presented with one of
these Black river shad, they were al
ways a thing of beauty and a joy for an
Let every mar1 interested in the Cot
ton Growers' Association make himself
a committee to see that a large turnout
is had on April 8th, to hear their in
terests discussed by Smith, McLaurin,
Died last Saturday morning, near
Pinewood, Mr. R. H. Griffin, aged
shout 64 years. The interment took
place in the Week's family burying
ground. Rev. L. L Bedenbaugh, Meth
odists minister, conducted the service.
Celebration of the Lord's Supper in
the Presbyterian church on Sunday at
11:30 a. mn., with preparatory services
on Satur y at the same hour. Also
preaching at Harvin's on Sunday at
3:30 and at Alcola at 8 p. m.
J. M. HOLLADAY.
Send your orders to the United Syn
dicate Buyers, 450 Broadway, New
York City, N. Y., big or little, they are
in the centre of the metropolis and ex
cute all orders to the very best ad vant
age, looking out for their clients' in
The monument erected in the Man
ning cemetery at the grave of the late
Dr. J. M. Fladger will be unveiled
with appropriate ceremonies by the
Woodmen of the World, of which order
the deceased was a member. Notice of
the date will be given later.
Easter Sunday falls on April 23ird
this year. My, won't the men look for:
ward to it with happy anticipations?
The joy they will feel in being made
the judge of whether "my hat is on
straight" or not. The thought is rap
In reply to the inquiry why we "did
not chronicle the Summerton school
trouble," we will say that we had not
been furnished with sufficient informa
tion to base a proper report, and we did
not care to give anything to the public
which might tend to create strife
among the patrons of the school.
President E. D. Hodge has at last
succeeded in securing speakers for a
Cotton Grower's meeting, and he has
appointed Saturday, 8th of April as the
day. Let every man in the county
come to Manning on the 8th to hear
Hon. E. D. Smith, President of th e Cot-I
ton Growers' Association: Hon. John
L. McLaurin, Mr. F. H. Hyatt, and
other distinguished gentlemen. Let
is be Clarendon's rally day.
Died a1 his home in Cordcel. Ga..
last Friday, Mr. James Nelson. son of
Mrs. S. A. Nelson, of Manning. The
deceased was abont 46 years of age and
left a wife and one cbild. Mrs.S. A. Nel
son and her daughter. Miss Hattie G.
Nelson. attended the funeral which
took place at Perry on Saturday.
We have recently had inquiries for
juniper trees. Any one owning such
and desiring to dispose of them can
write us about what quaitity they
have, size of trees aud the location.
These trees are valuable for telegraph
poles, and if found in suficient quanti
ties to warrant going after them. a fine
price will be paid for them.
The Woodmen of this place coutinue
to make additions to their member
ship. Last Monday night, J. H. Di
Bose of New Zion. and C. H. James, of
Manning. were given a chase through
the forest. They both experienced
a hot time, but they are now able
to sit up and take nourishment
we are glad to say.
Rev. 11. A. Sublett left for Atlanta
last Thursday. where he went to en
gage in a series of religious meetings.
and while there he will have a heart to
talk with Harvie Jordan. President of
the Cotton Growers Association. with
regard to securing the men and means
for the perfecting of the farmers or
In this issue we direct the attention
of our readers to the advertisement of
the bumter Dry Goods Co., a concern
well known to the people of this coun
ty. This Company is making strenuous
efforts this spring to do a larger spring
business than ever before. and they
have many friends in Clarendon whose
patronage they appreciate.
We are informed that Rev. J. D.
Huggins of Paxville, recently resigned
as pastor of the Paxville, Home Branch,
and Providence churches. is consider
ing a call to Fort Mill. an excellent
charge. It was our sincere hope he
could be induced to reconsider his
resignation and remain with the people,
a large majority of whom love him, but
we understand that he feels the labor
may be better performed by another
and he ha- determined to leave. Mr.
Huggins has left his imprint which
will be lasting. If he goes to Fort Mill
or any other field our sincere good
wishes go with him and his, and we.
with a full confidence in ourknowledge
of the man, can commend him to any
community as an earnest, pious teacher
of religion, a man of ability and char
acter, broad and liberal and at the ,
ame time a devout Christian minister.
We have recently beea approached
to direct the attention of our town
muthorities to a nuisance in this town
which is sadly in need of their atten
tion. It will be remembered several
months ago we urged the Council to
rid the town of a horde of lewd negres
;es, and these creatures left. Now we
tre urged to ask Council to devise
ways and means to rid the town of an
influx of lewd white women. It is said
that these, creatures have captured
Dogtown and are a nuisance to
he neighborhood in which they carry
)n their nefarious business, and
lecent white and colored people
re pestered and annoyed by them.
he shocking part - of it is, that
hese vile creatures have enticed
ittle girls into thei'r hellish meshes,
nd nightly, bestial debauchery is go
ong on among them. Our town author
ties should find some way to rid the
wn of this pest. It has the authority
o abate nuisances and if these people
are a nuisance as it is claimed by those
who are complaining, then they should
e made to leave the town.
There are a goodly nnmber of per
ons here who are not thoroughly con
~inced of the justice of the verdict
agfnst Ned Mack, colored, who was
~onvicted on the charge of murder. and
entenced to be hanged next Friday.
he doubt in the minds of some, is that
~here wa absolutely nothing shown in
he evidence, that Mack bore malice
owards the inan he slew, nor was there
ay motive for the killing shown. In1
he opinion of many there is something
nentally wrong with the prisoner, that
t the time of the killing he was insane,
r rather not endowed with his full
nental faculties. A petition- was signed
sking the Governor to commute the
entence to life imprisonment. If Ned
dack is insane he should not be hanged
aor should he be sent to the peniten
~iary, the asylum is the place for the
insane, but if insane at all, it may be
f a character which does not relieve
him of the responsibility for taking
uman life. We think it would be,
mder the circumstances, proper for the
lovernor to grant a reprieve for a few
eeks, appoint a commission of doctors
o make, an examination, and then if
they find1 him in full possession of his
nental faculties let him pay the penalty
f death for the unprovoked killing he
was convicted of, but should the doe
ors find the man is unbalanced the
lovernor can either commute the sen
tence or have him tratisferred to the
How Texas Will Vote.
Find enclosed money for Dr. King's
erve and Bone Liniment. I want it
t once for my rheumatism. WV. W.
routman. For muscular rheumatism
this is a specific. It is also the best
remedy for sprains, bruises, stiti joints.
t will'make an old man limber up, as
n youth. Like all of Dr. King's mnedi
cines it is sold no cure, no pay, by Dr
W. E. Brown & Co. and all medicine
Cntton Growers' Rally in Sumter.
Hon. E. D. Smith and Hon. John L.
M1Laurin are to deliver speeches in
Sumter next Monday Mr. Smith is
the State President of the Cotton
rowers Association and is dolog a
great work all over the South. We
hope every farmer and merchant that
can do so will attend the meeting in
Sumter, we feel satisfied they will be
mply repaid for the trip. Clarendon
should by all means be well repre
sented at the meeting, because, up to
the present, the organization has not
taken that firm hold upon the people
that it should. Everybody agrees that
it is to the interest of all to be organ
izedbut when it comes to getting them
together it looks like an impossibility.
lhere seems to be a lack of leadership,
the inan who can satisfy everybody has
not yet been found to lead, and the con
sequence is that Clarendon is not in the
procession as it should be.
'Meetings at the county seat have been
held which virtually amounted to noth
ing. because of that lack of earnest
harmony which must necessarily be to,
bring about success. This man has
o confidence in the President, that
man is opposed to thd reduction of acre
age plan, the other says "if the orgami
zation had only required a pledge of
eight acres to the mule." and still
there are'others who are opposed to a
ontribution of ten cents per bale Ito
finance the movement. Thus the or
ganization is hampered, and this con
dition is largely due to the fact that
the people have not had the purposes
thoroughly explained to them. There
should be an intelligent organizer for
the county whose duty it should be to
appoint a meeting in every township1
and at that meeting make a complete
exposition of the intent and purpose of
the Cotton Growers movement, and we
believe If this is done Clarendon will
be as well organized as are many of the
other counties in the South. It will pay
everybody to hear Smith and McLaurin
in Sumter next Monday and we sIn
erely hope many will be there from
Bears h The Kind Yo Have Always Boght
JOHN GILL'S DISCLAIMER.
Let Him Bring The Paper and We Will En
dorse its Purpose Upon it.
Ndtr ih anninaTimies:
DEn Sm:- had you spoken to mue
about the matter you mentioned in con
nection with myself in last week's
TIMES before undertaking to inflame
the white people to acts of violence
against me this coin munication would
have been unnecessary, as you would
have discovered that your "suspicions"
of my acting deceitfully were entirely
unfounded. The gentlemen who kindly
bore testimony to my good deportment
and good citizenship are not so very,
very ignorant as you would have them
appear. They did not commit them
selves to my support in preference to
a white applictut for any position wltat
ever when they recommended me, and
the paper by its wording cannot be le
gitimately used for any other purpose
than to show what my white neighbors
had to say for me when I was endeav
oring to get a job at the last sitting of
the Legislature in Columbia. There
is not a gentleman who signed it be
lieves that I would-attemlpt to use it,
wrongfully for any other purpose, and
for you to insinuate that 1 would, does
me great injustice. Of course I will
not adopt your suggestion to destroy
the paper, for it would prove me an in
grate to do so. In order to allay your
fears, however, I would have been and
am now willing for you to endorse
thereon the purpose for which it was
given me. The reason it was not tiled
with Speaker Smith is because I re
ceived a letter from Captain Bradham
the night before I was to have gone
over to Columbia, informing me that
the selection of appointees had already
been made, there being perhaps no
changes. As it was known several days
in advance that Mr. Smith would have
no opposition for re-election, he, I sup
pose. unexpectant to my friends, pre
pared his list of appointments in ad
vance. The ree.ommendation was not
sent ahead with my application to Cam
den in order that l might obtain as
many signatures as possible in the lim
ited time I had before carrying it over
in person to Columbia.
Knowing me as you say "for a long
time.' I am surprised that upon no
grounds whatever and without even
mentioning the matter to me as I would
pass you on the streets daily. you would
use your powerful editorial pen in en
deavoring to arouse the people to vio
lence against me by making me appear
knave enough to deceive my best
friends and fool enough to perpetrate
% fraud and work a "bunco
scheme" on our town and county offi
cials, merchants. professional men and
I have never been and don't know
that I shall ever be an applicant for the
postotiice. Nothing in yonr fierce at
ack upon me is warranted.- Negro
though I be, who never did and will not
lo anything "distasteful" or detrimen
al to the white people of Manning.
Your obedient servant,
Manning. S. C.. March 28, 1905.
Like Finding Money.
Finding health is like finding money.
o think those who are sick. When you
ave a cough. cold, sore throat, or
chest irritation, better, act promptly
ike W. C. Barber, of Sandy Level. Va.
Ele says: "I had a terrible chest trouble
aused by smoke and cold dust on my
ungs; but after finding no relief in
>ther remedies. I was cured by Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consump
ion, coughs, and colds." Greatest sale
f any cough or lung medicine in the
~vorld. At The R. B. Loryea Drug
store: 50c and $1.00: guaranteed. Trial
Things May Hereafter Be Better.
In last week's issue we stated that on
.Lcont of the comnlaints of T HE TIMES
ot reaching its destination we would
~end a marked copy to the postal au
~horities and we herewith publish the
Charleston, S. C., March 2.5, 1905.
dr. Louis Appelt. Editor MANNING
TIMES, Manning, S. C.
SIR:-The-attached clipping cut from
arked copy of your paper mailed to
his office has received attention in the
hape of an order instructing the clerks
o use every effort to properly despatch
For your information will state that
~he work in train No. 53 is very heavy
nd it is often the case when delaved
nails are received that it is impossible
or the clerks to complete their distri
>ution before reaching Charleston.
I shall be glad at any time to investi
~ate irregularities in the handling of.
J. A. METTS,
A Destructive Fire.
To draw the fire out of a burn, or
eal a cut without leaving a sear, use
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. A spe
ific for piles. Get the genuine. J. L.
ucker, editor of the Earmonizer, Cen
re. Ala., writes: "I have used De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve in my family
for Piles, curs and burns. It is the
est salve on the market. Every fami
y should keep it on hand. Sold by
he Rl. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Attention, Hampton ILight Dragoons !
ampton Light Dragoons. First Rteg- -
iment. S. C. V., Troop C.
Panola, S. C., March 27, 1905.
All members and those who are inter-*
sted in this command are ordered to
:eet at their parade grounds Saturday,
April 1, at 10 o'clock. fully armed,
quipped and mounted to prepare for
All those who desire to enlist in this
cmpany are requested to be there also.
J1. B. HARVIN,
Eggs 75c per dozen: 25 for $1.25.
White Leghorns and Silver Wyan
otes crossed. the best layer and table
Let me tell you how to prevent chol
era. This information with each order.
A. C. DAVIS,
Mauning, S. C.
South Carolina College
Spring Course for Teachers,
Session from April 7th to Alay 19th.
Apuly to President for further infor
Now is the time to take a spring
tonic. By'far the best thing to take
is flurray's i1onl fixture.
It makes pure blo.od and gets rid
ot thatt tir ed feeling. At all drug
50c a Bottle.
Or Direct from
TMlE MURRAY DRUG COMPANY,
Colu.bia, S. C.
The Furniture Mau. Levi Bllock. t fj
Conie and see them. .. WV. llckood. S.
[. Till, manager.
Read J. V. McLeod's id this week.
A few pairs of the D.Sc. Shoes left.
Plant Wood's tested and true Wheat
Seed. The R. B. Lorvea Drug Store.
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Two (2) Druggists at The- Prescrip
tion Drug Store, Capers & Co., Prop's.
See our 10c Hats for Men and Boys.
J. W. McLeod. S. I. Till, manager.
Thirteen hundred Collars, all linen,
at ic-all styles. .. V MeLeod. S. 1.
Thoroughbred Barred Plymouth
Rock Eggs for sale at $1. per setting.
J. F. Dickson. tf.
W. E. Jenkinson Co.-GraUd Milli
nery Opening, Thursday. April 6th.
Music by string band-all ladies invited
Why pay $2 or *3 for a hat when you
can get the same hat for $1.50 or $2
from us' .. W. McLeod. S. [. Till.
You make a mistake if you decide on
a hat before you see ours. as we sell you
the same hat cheaper. J. W. MeLeod.
S. I. Till, manager.
Ladies, you are cordially invited to
our grand .lillinery Opening Thursday,.
A pril 6. all day. Come one, conic ali.
When goods are not as represented
your money will be refunded as cheer
fully as received. J. W. McLeod. S.
I. Till, manager.
Wanted-All parties coming to town
with horses and. mules, to hitch and feed
at Youmans & Griffin's Hitch and Feed
Stable, at R. L. Bell's old stand. [tf
Our grand Millinery Opening will
take place Thursday, April 6. all day.
Ladies. you are cordially invited. All
are welcome. D. Hirschmiann.
D. Hirsehmann's grand Millinery
Opening will take place Thursday,
April 6, all day. Come one, come all.
A grand line of Hats will be shown.
W. E. Jenkinson Co.-Dressmaking
Department now open, under the man
agement of Miss E. M. Maxwell, of
Baltimore. Suffice it to say that Miss
Maxwell knows her business.
W. E. Jenkinson Co.-Grand Nlilii
nery Opening of Pattern Hats, and
Spring Dress Goods, Thursday, April
th, and balance of week. Music by a
ood string band-all ladies invited.
M. M. Krasnoff,formerly of Manning,
now in New York, has opened up a job
bing house, and has bargains to offer in
drg goods, clothing, notions, ladies ap
parel, etc. He is also a resident buyer,
who is able to save you 25 per cent. on
purchases entrusted to him. He solicits
a trial ord(r to convince his merchant
friends of what he can do. - Address
Cohen & Krasnotf, 214 Canal street.
Bears the The Kind You Have Always Bought
THE HEGE LOG BEAM
SAW M ILL .
HEACOCK-KING FEED WORKS
ENGnIES AND BoILE~s. WooDW0R1DNG
M~AcHINEay, COoz'm~ Gnssimo. BRCK
xxxrseG As S HIso .E AND LATE
Micrsza. Cos MII.Ls. ETC.. ETC.
GIBBES M(ACHINERY CO..)
ColusnbIa, S. C.
THE Gi~- HNC. AH
1 represent some of the
oldest and strongest fire
insurance companies do
ing business in the Unit
ed States, and respect
fully solicit a share of
y our patronage.
I Overworrked I
I KIDNEYS. I
Murray's Buchu, Gin and Juni
per is prescribed and eudorsed by
eminent physicians. It cures when
all else fails. Prevents Kidney Dis
ease, Dropsy, Bright's Disease, etc.
At all drug stores.I
I $1.00 a Bottle. I
Or direct from
THlE MURRAY DRUG COtiPANY,
IColumbia, S. C.
. .THE. .
R. B. L.ORYEA DRUC STORE,
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Prop.,
Sign of .the . .. Golden Mortar,
Becr to mnform their many friends and custom
ers that they arc prepared to supply tliCeir wants
with their accustomed celerity.
W e arry full and comple~te line mn every de
pairtmnt of theL
and every attention is shown to the wants of
For many Years
We have endeavored to give the very best at
tention to our customers' wants, and feel that
we have succeeded.
Our stock~ of
i complete in every~ particular .and every anrd
any demand can he supplied.
When in need of PURE DRUGS and MEDI
CINES call on us and we can give you reneral
MALODERS receive our careful and im
mediate attenltionl on day of receipt.
We hope for your kind patronage which for
years we have earnestiy striven to merit.
ISAAG M, LORYEA, Proprietor,
- Golcden Mortar
5:MANNINC, S. C.
D. O. RAME,
Pharmacist, Summerton, S. C.
YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS SOLICITED
RHAME'S DRUG STORE.
25c. Box Papers.
Twenty-tive cents is a popular price for station
ery in boxes, and we inake it more popular by
showing the finest line of papers for the money A,
ever shown in this locality.
nEqual vale alsoat all oth peries. from me
to 81a box. -
Tablets grow in favor for general correspond
ence. We furnish all grad,:s. ruled or unruled,
envelopes to match.
New Writing Papers
You should be as particular about your station
ery as you are about your personal appearance.
Your letters denote the degree of your taste and
care-your correspondents often have no other
means of judging you.
All that is new in style, shade or shape is here
-every paper in accord iith the demands of re
tined taste and usage.
In Bulk or Fancy Boxes.
Heal With Heat.
Pain and soreness is a sign of congestion. The I
blood is improper]y circulating somewhere. Heat
relaxes the parts and equalizes the circulation.
The prompt application of a hot water bottle will
cure many ailments quicker than internal medi
cine-and it is a natural way of curing.
This modern appliance is apt to be neelled any
hour in any home. Costs too little to be without.
RHAME'S DRUG STORE Sells
Reliable Hot Water
which are a household necessity that pays for
itself many times over in the .benefit and comfort
of its use. It is a reliable cure for pain and a
splendid antidote for cold feet.
Rhame's Drug Store,
1UMMERTON, S. C.
H ave something very important to say to the people
of Cl arendon county this week.
S Our buyers have just returned from the Northern
Smarkets where they have spent several days in selecting -
i our spring stock of Dress Goods and Trimmings, Fancy
Good, Mllieryand Millinery Goods of all kinds.
Iis useless for us to add that our stock of Spring
g Goods this season will be the largest and most extensive
we have ever shown.
A il visit to onr store and an inspection of our stock
a can ~mw agreater variety of seasonable spring goods
Sthan we are showving and we feel quite coi'fident that no
other house will dare name closer price.s en the same class
of high grade goods than we are quoting.
I Clothing and Gent's Furnishings.j
We would call special attention to our new stock of
Gent's, Youth's and Children's latest Spring Clothing.
-Our new, nobby styles and low prices we name on our
SMen's Suits really advertise our store.
We would also call special attention to our line of
SGent's Furnishings. A full line of late style Collars and
A full line of the newest things in Gent's Neckwear.
An inspection of'our line of Gent's and Children's
Fetand Straw Eats will convince you that it contains all
Sof the newest creations in late style hat making and our
prices w~e name are the lowxest to be had on the same class
of mechansie. L IN E R Y
Our Millinery department will be under the super
vision of Miss Nettie Baughanm, who comes to us highly
Irecommended and we feel that the ladies will appreciate
Sher as a lady who understauds her business.
I W.EJENKINON CO.i~
,,Some Reasons Why
We Are Always
Our Spring Stock is one of the most
beauLiful ever otfered in Sumter.
Our lines are usually exclusive, dif
ferent from others. and this is what the
ladies like *
ferWe know the new from the old and
- those who do not will not be imposed
- q upon.
If uncertain what to purchase for the
New Easter Gown or how to make it we
can tell you. -
2 Some Other Reasons._
We are selling Habutai (washable)
Silks, 20 inches wide at 20 cents per J
yard. Less by the mile.
Ten styles of beautiful Foulard Silks
to select from at 50 cents, their real
value is nearer 75 cents.
36 inch Silk Warp Eoliennes, exqui
site shadings, including Black, 50 cents. ---;
24-inch Crepe de Chenes, any even
O ing Shade, wairanted pure Silk, 50
Scents, and similar values in every de-'
Our Spring Milliaery Opening will
be held on April 6th. We shall en-.
M deavor to make the occasion a pleasant \
one for the ladies.
Surnter, S. C
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Most Wonderful Sale
S We have/too much Matting on hand and 'will sell a big lot of
it right now at wonderful bargains. Nothing is more serviceable
Sthan a good matting. WVe have a great assortment of China and
Japan Mattings in plain white and new colored designs.
We buy such goods as these in tremendous lots so asto get
the best discounts and can afford to sel! at very low pries, espe
eilywhen we really wish to sell off a lot of good Mattings.
We have any kind you may want from
.10Oc. yard to 30c. yard.
] W~hen you are mo~ving or fixing up the house for spring, don't~
fail to get some now picture frames. They do a great deal to
Smake things look new and fresh. If you have a specially old
picture that you value very highly on account of associations,
bring it here and let us frame it properly.
Any price from 6c. a foot to 50c.
IClocks That Keep Time.
We are showing now a big line of good Clocks. All kinds,
-but they are all of the finest workmauship and keep perfect
time. Some of the finer clocks are beauties for the parlor, while
Ithe plainer ones keep good time for the hall, dining room or bed
room. Alarm Clocks that will wake you up on time. They ring
just at the time you set them for.
Special prices now on all Clocks.
75c. to $10.
Bg lnofCokr.Chinaware of every descrIption. Coin
plete sets for dinner, breakfast or tea, or single and odd pices .inst
a:s you want them.
OUR CROCKERY PRICES ARE LOW.
Comiplete Line of New Fnnture. I
We are selling all kinds of new Furniture in sets and all sorts
weeon the same quality of goods.
I Buy Your EURNITURE from
TI-I E F U RNITUR E M AN.
IS. L KRASNOFFf
I E U ITURIE AND UNDERTAKING,
Manning, S. C.
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