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this oice by Saturday Neon in order to
insure publieation the following wee
W. E. JENKINSON CO.
Free Holiday Gifts to All Who Buy Jewelry
from Us for Holiday.
.-,0 GOD-R LEDSIGNI' ET H T
PINS GIVEN AWAY.
We have just put in a lhr-1e facto
line of .weweIry froi one of the largf
factories in the United State- I1N G S.
'HAINS. CrFF and I.I.AR TN".
tR .WCFLETS. S'T ICK PI N. ScAit iIN
:ind everything in the J.ewerlr ne.
A gold-tilled Signe:
jven to all who come01 to ouri store t4
buy a pair of Cutf Buttons. Ring, or any
piece of Jewelry, even if it is only 2-c.
A )C. gold-fillid Signet Hat-Pin will he
-iven them free of charge.
It will pay you to look through this
la1rge. slendid and cheap line of choice
.ewelry if you are looking arouni for a
W. E. Jenkinson Co.' is the place for
Toys. the place for SANTA CLAS. the
place for SHOES. the place for 1)1x'
GODS. the placet 1or CLOTHING. the
place for FrnNITURE. and it is the
place where you can get everything
W. E. JENKINSON Co.
Mr. L. D. Player will be glad to serve
his friends at J. W. 'McLeod's.
'Mr. George Odiorne has accepted a
position in the store of D. Hirschmann.
Mr. J. H. Loryea. of St. Matthew's.
is in Manning visiting his father's fanily.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Broughton. of
Pinewood, spent yesterday in Manning.
Rev. J. 'M. Holladay preached for the
Sumter congregation of Presbyterian5
Mr. T. S. Rogan and Dr. D. 0. Rhame.
of Summertonl. have been drawn upon
the United States grand jury.
Mrs. Joseph F. Rhame and Mrs. A.
C. Davis left last evening for Eustice.
Florida. to spend the winter.
The teachers of the county will please
remember the meeting at the Institute
hall on Saturday. December 16th.
Dr. V. H. McPheeters of the Presby
terian Theological Seminary preached
in Mlanning last Sunday morning and
'Mr. A. 0. Antley, formerly book
keeker for Mr. B. A. Johnson, has ac
cepted a position with The 11. B. Lor
yea Drug Store.
we have just received a very inter
esting letter from Hon. J. H. Lesesne.
who is now in Enid, Oklahoma. It. will
appear in our next issue.
There will be preaching at Salem
Baptist church near New Zion next
Sunda" at 11 a. mn. and ':30 p. mn. by the
pastor'Rev. E. L. K. Tune.
Be sure and see Rigby 's Santa Claus
window, it is one of the prettiest dis
plays ever seen in this town MIr.
Smith is an artist in this line. and cer
tainly deserves credit for such good
The merchants here are nowv display
ing Christmas goods. There is much
rivah'v between Rigby and Jenkmnson.
both 'claiming to be 'headquarters for
Santa Claus, and both have a right to
The entertainment at MceFaddin school
house in Sandy Grove which was to
have taken place on the 9th was deferred
on account of the inclement weather
and will take place on Friday evening,
the 15th instant. Mi1ss Ruby Plartt, the
principal, promises on this occasion an
evening of pleasure.
The Lo~ngfellow Literary Society will
present a play, "The Snow-Cap Sisters"
in the Institute hall on the Thursday
evening, December 21, at 8 o'clock. A
small admission will charged. The p~ro
ceeds will go toward paying off a debt
on some books that were bought for
the Library about a year ago. The
public is cordially invited to be present.
M1arried at Ocala, Fla.. on the 9ithr.
instant, Mr. Perry Krasnotl'. formerly
of MIanning, and Miss Eliza Hilb. of
Ocala. The groom has become a pros
perous merchant in the city of Ocala,
and his friends here congratulate him
upon his success in life, and wish for
him and his many long and happy days.
The Atlantic C'oast Line has at last
iven us a double daily passenger ser'
ice from Creston to Lanes, beginnmng
last M1onday. People from all points
along this line can now go to Charles
ton every morning and return thre same
day. This should be of great service
tq'the people of Salem. in comim' to
Mlanning, it will do awvay with a Yong
and tedious drive over bad roads.
Last XWednesday afternoon MIr..J..G.
Plowvden, of the Fork. while driving
across Black River causeway was over
taken by an automobile from Sumntar.
His horse became frightend, overturn
ing his buggy and thr'owimg him into
the swamp. M1r. Sol Ryttenburg. who
was in charge of the machine, brought
~r. Plowden to M1anning. where lie got
medical attention. He wvas pammnflly
hurt and is still suffering. The auto
mobile party wvas very much distressed
about the accident and did ev'erythmng
they could to alleviate M1r. Plow'den's
On the plantation of Hion. James E.
Tindal near Felder Tuesday night of
last wveek XWillis Richardson was shot
and killed. Magistrate. Ragin of Pine
wood held the inquest, and the jury
charged the crime to Enoeb Singleton.
with Grant XWitherspoon, James Anuer
son rand July Nelson accessories before
the fact. M~agistrate Ragin. wvithi his
Constable, J. MI. Lowder, br'oughrt the
prisoner's to jail yesterday. They aliso
brought and lodged in jail David Wil
lams. wvhois charged with burglary nnd
lareny, breaking into and stealing from
the cotton house of Mir. J. .T. Broughrton.
Some miscreants up)on mischief bent.
on last Saturday night, entered the
arden of M1r. C. C. Thames at Silver.
attached to the post ofliee. pulled up
the cabbage and other vegetables. car
red them a considerable distance to
where 31r. Thames lives and p~ut them
down in his piazza. They also wvent to
his stables and turned out his horses.
and scattered them over the comrmun
itv. This is malicious mnischief, puni
shable by lawv. A fewv nights before,
so we are informed. a burglary of th~e
post otlice was committed, the entrance
being made through br'eaking in at~ a
window, about six dollars bel'ongin
to the p)ost ofilee being stolen. .\r
Thames should look up his regrulations
and he will tind where he is requirea
to report to the post onlice D~epartmnent
deredations upon a post onlice, and
this Deuartment will see to it the burg
lar has'no smooth existance from now
on. If the party that entered the post
office is caught it means a long term o1
impasnment in a F"eder'al nrison.
ie'ed upa'iece or mnoney1 wich iay
. affoi' to los. it. .\lI. Gibbo, with
his h-cr ehn tii n. t
l'dio b o f Tui: T V;; ti , money'" *with
SI ht, lie t a n :w -n n Ila a
th dnoinatin. alser to t e -ic l'0n I
\ jlet* \a1.b1n it wi. b i~ lr
. n ..on.. W-- X WlIlilL .. kee Xp n~ .11(
--ion ~ ~ ~ ~~n~ toI a''Iii ' 11
in f n. and Wth wn
fouIt b Ihe s . t
f( )"In I aonc a)Y t\ I 1t lit r
:o :hI nd r T. Ir. i .
n . -ter 't L . \- vi . No. 54,
ad C! it and c :1 Olitr aSt
ards: I;, Ttau e ViIli(
\' sna Su h t. eoye lan
M i Nedn two ellowerafts. and
naIt _on* lenmeriS Of evlone onl a
- an i. raised to the reree o
nes.1 Cbrrihof Waom arehte o Chalie
- perussion to lty bare thaeit reSp
le tales to relazitives and all inquiring
r e a lels ected or the
tnuing aslast. arSa W.. Dalis,
W. .: '. It. Sprlot. S. h.: Charlton
uIa, J. W .i. . Lese csane. Secre
ar: A. 1. Barron. Treasiurer: t. hm.
ranaote, S. D.: L. H. i larvin, f. D.:
.J. White and J. W. Herrirt. S- i
ras: .. W. Straua. Tle Bar.
There wa al eneral a lte. and mix
rog h s haurday night. Col. iean
sooze no doubt as dornl resDonsible.
Motrie Nelson. colored. bearint the
na.es of the American reolutionary
iero, and the English hero of Trafalinr,
narried tarrie, a dughter o Charce
amble. and their nuptial bhdss was
t terrupted to the extent that they
parat e and Nelson went away,
purnin up plgain last Saturday. Ie
nare him a swrher of Care
eeaie etngaled in a rue is and Nel
hon was "ldone up" by his brother-o
aw. Nelson d not reliosh his thump
in. o e went town -d road and
ecreted himself in Walker's pasture.
as awaited the comin along of his
cindfolk. Carrie. accompanied by her
sie. Phidias. her brother. Eddle.
n a it broter-in-law, Bennie faxter.
went "down de road'' on their way
homet when all at once Nelson stnh
Sfom his hiding, and with a piece of
scantling, knocked down Eoddi Carrie
mnd PMidias, and made for is brother
sn-law. Bennie axter. who in attempt
hin to make his escape, went against
the barbed wire fence and fell obae
into the ditch. IBe yelled murder. te
felt the pricking of the barbes and
'rhouhtli h erwas tabbed in l huared
pleens. He pleaded with his assailant
to spare him adsrehhad, never
said anythin wabout hin m the Co
When tne blood-thirsty Nelson looked
behind him Baxter jumr lped out of the
.nitch, and hiked through the swamp
regardless of water. logs or anythm
else. for what nattered suchthings to
him when 'uri Nelson with a
seatlin- was after him. The women.
Carrie and Phidias are, we are told,
in a eritical condition, and one ofl them
maY never recover, aniwav it will be
'sonetime before we vill see these
Sladies k)upon the streets agrain. as the
Seantlin process will remove them
from XIannin's Saturday nights con
Ssoiclous figures. Nelson has made
Dis whereabouts unknown, a in his
haste to see what had become of his
brother-in-l aw Baxter. le forg.ot to
leave his future addres. a f
Cotton Growers Meeting.
lemloe. andto owithstin hi fo'his
touble liea wll repeivene aatomissio Cof
otho ters'Aoitin i meti-ng.i ove
oise Appretr. anSeern urngivs .
otepSpt Treasurer. 'epitdrcit
poerl Exectibed woite arve:hpr
Fulon-P.yn tH. andughisreeitu. l
Freship-C.mne so colectdmutb
pat.i Pauf-J. the Brstadway. d i
Sanee-Jason tht.~t trhm. aeon
hColod-i.nD Rldges.'r lce
S L.JamekisJtt 1)..D~aie. .D
S mbh Swamp-Hodg. . etse..11)
Ruani'ng-K .Smt adLouis A pplt
Brewng't''tin-. "'as Hnt'oftor'et hel
Ploden'usion1111-.'. free andomery.
aulse. R. miH bcsarehten. cane
avi Govie-rs, E espeiythato 5c
Preaide snot de xaine the membes
dfth'eixetieGoomitte one bn
:atoA each chmitteeman inueit
'atoght maLis township th Scollet
:h tre ceunty pert bale tax.iTh col-b
nosr to uchie with ilbook foridthe
:rhbe delegatl rccivi th comihs.o
vote wasMint. Te Wilneis. turneds over
:onhecommitteema:u n whoptrnscito of
ote fatSereasy tandietc in thengan- i
ation byeholdir. Teea pried recei't.
proehl tbed, willbg'ivters nh er
so'av'ndgh te tox n IthOisb ritt.il
hi.The mdcsone sia Wlonce Convite.
pi'd ialbefr the irt edncsda inoer
Jan im. asJonktat u ' anydth t hun
iimes te mud'CoMr lumblwich
theWflsong dcoel:ate were endced :t
Ru'ed. Mon. E. Amitt an tLoul'is Ap
etr.a theysio were free' an d on
1 ntit'te(read w'ithot'c' aerimony an'd onc
ill' 1his bes jaudgme'ynt to aid thei
Xausel igtbei saidnt tht tLL0t he cars
maen acountersll eleiLlyl that o tee
ail ws ofth otie hus the m(embners
diro rae te aso workLatdones go
was eal thrugh bestn to hav t' Secrtary o
at the couinty set.t' wher he coul"td nbei
vote as 3r. E LWilk'is. Ti wtas
tne fai' h he as manifes\te n1101 the orgn-h
o actot et in th facedtfahu ot diter.f
hen'amplte eneouraged "'t' tuhrs.ad.
and ' t01h . hei' toiro Lit by it 1oi'
The turerer 's of Julian .1 Wt ilis onced.
Wil-iamts.i-.~i. Je1 . nkinsBurwan:\tr
Kiuostr c.londay.' ''' XXerl a nmpara
mu din'tud'senced aL foibecan'd onwa
haslexci''edi uciheal it"nt'Lesto hben
me Lreo the.aI lowes stamp o the' ne-tl
1 ro)racle tind as' far''ti asi aearace o
the criel hasLlreadl aappearedst~t m1 saus
paper X~ I anth tesimony2' is even'o' more11
h'act o ta kettn.' some( medctttaiine oeo
lit ti~'I .l I t if.. am i lit t ha~ t he
01t-i but t-u wil lilt str wat the
wk.ro gon o oi- rk and r:m.
Nt'xtimirung, ionr- ~ a nq'w pai t.
u., , :h -x ht:t wal '. found iae n his
e I: ' p:-.m :in alibui. In) the whtoh-i -
o sbrouigtl out t li :ts was
abdui :and th e juryx took j-ust. one, hour,
: it i n t n ucte' t ti' hai l Ihlm ui ..
I hao inll the( fave of thet- lmt.' trym.i inl
eumstaeS.- htT peopl.L :- Sti t fol'
law ani nnr. and that hl e neroets.
wretche--d thogh h bte and ulndevst
Inl- Of :my. -,ymplj:lthy, hav 1ben0gve
t fahn-Ih Ti xv thietl advimagei ot evry
prout-e.:ion which tit v- law wIlly
.nttle to Jugelydrie.k inl a1 most
imo-,,-iv man. prnoucedthe: sen
aIt'e,. (f decath upllOn themIl. and on F'ri
day.~ ~ ~ 9 .zmtr I'. )94 ,- !a:I il
The Electric Plant Losing Money, Says
Dear Sir:--Your article ill Tiii.
TIMES of this week headed "Don't Kill
tle Goose That Lars the Golden Egg"
is in reference to iy business and the
Electric Light Plant that 1-so foolishly
built here with my own money and the
hardest kind of labor of myself and my
sons. We are not trying to -Kill the
Goose" but only trying to get a few of
the Golden l-ggs that the people of
Manning have been enjoying for the
last three years. The Letter and I Rules
that you refer to, were addressed to
each of our patrons (who we think are
sensible business men) who had flat
rates. It was and is a plain and just
business proposition and is only left to
them to decide. As to the meters, we
cut the meter rates 10 per cent before
making the proposition to them. We
also offered to furnish meters at our
expense where there were lights
enough to guarantee us in doing so.
The idea in the meter is to get pay for
the current that is used. and any hon
est man. that wants to pay for what he
gets does not object to them, as some
of our best patrons who had flat rates
have put in meters and saved money by
it. Where persons have flat rates they
burn all the time. which necessitates
carrying the load when there is no use,
heuce the raise in the flat rates. Now
as to the cheap labor and fuel, T would
thank .Mr. Appelt to send some of it
down this way, for we need it very
much. and as to the towns that he com
pares this with. Some of them have
higher rates than we have. and some,
such poor lights that they are not
worth anything, which Mr. Appelt is
well aware of. And as to Columbia,
they get their power from the Canal,
which cost the State thousands of dol
lars. If we had the Canal we could
furnish the lights for 100 per cent less
There is no comparison in the situa
tion whatever. Now as to the special
privileges we have from the town. The
only one that I know of is to pay taxes.
We have a Franchise from the Council
under the Old Charter, which they
claim is no good under the new char
ter. In November of last year we made
application for a Franchise which we
think we are entitled to, but up to this
time our request has not been granted
We have a large amount invested here
and have given our patrons first class
service for three years but have very
little or no protection. so what is the
inducement to continue to improve this
plant when it does not pay running ex
If :'lr. Appelt would make one half
the effort to help such enterprises in
the town succeed as he uses to injure
mine we would have a much better
town. I do not mean to brag or to
praise but am sure that for the last
twenty-five years my enterprises have
put m'ore money in M~anning and done
more to put it on the M1ap than any
business in it. and without any help
except from a fewv of our business men,
and I would beg to state right here
that the sooner Mr. Appelt and a few~
others will understand that it takes
manufacturin g enterp~rises as well as
other businesses to build a town, the
sooner we will have a town.
No manufacturing enterprise ever
gets any encouragement or support
that is started here. while in the other
twns that Mr. Appelt has compared
my business to supports them to a man.
and with a very few exceptions they
grant free taxes to them until they get
on a paying basis.
We have endeavored to give the peo
pe as well as the town first class ser
vice at as little cost as possible. We
have a first class plant and have spared
no expense or labor to make it so. If
the people of MIanning can afford to let
it go, why I say let it go.
We cannot run the Plant any longer
at a loss. If you think it can be run
for less. it is for sale and cheap at that.
W. SCOTT HiARTIN.
.anning, S. C., Dec. 8, 1905.
Iev. A. N. Brunson will be absent
the coming Sabbath, attending Confer
ence. He has requested me to have our
congregation worship) in the Mlethodist
church next Sabbath with his people.
For this reason there will be no preach
ing in the Institute Hall at 11:30. a. mn..
and the two corngregatiotns will wvor
ship together. M1y people will make
their contributions in their envelopes
as usual. Sabbath School will be held
in the Institute Hall at 10:30. a. m.
J1. Ni. HIOLLA DA Y.
I have been requested by Dr Lionel
Stk-es. Superintendent of vaccination
for Clarendon County. to advise the
Principal of every public school in the
county to call on the nearest physician
and g'et information regarding the re
ent law of enforced vaccination, and
have all cases requiring vaccination
attended to at once.
S. P. HOLLADAY,
Supt. of Education.
Dec. 11, 19053.
A Thanksgiving Offering.
E'astover. S. C:., Dec. 10. 19W~;.
Ar. L. Appelt. Mlanning. S. C':
DEAi Rx. A Pi'ELT:- My pupils. the
3rd. and 4th, gradtes, in Ea.tstover grad
ed school, decided, to give their
Thanksgiving ot'er'ing. this year. to aid
the tersecuted .Jews in lRussia.
1 r-eally do not know how best to
transmit'it to them. Will yon kindly
take charge of these little mites.
amounting to tile enclosed check, for
t2.i0 and see that it is placed in the
poer' hands to reach the distant suf
ferers. with wvhoim, I am sure the enuire
Christian world svimpathizes.
Thanking vou in advance for tin
kindness. I am.
I lespect fully Yours.
M11xx1E M1FA DiN.
Give Your Stomach Rest.
Nothing will cure indigestion that
doesn't digest the food itself and give
the stomach rest. You can't expect
that a weak stomach wvill regain its
st'ength and get wvell when it is com
n~elled to do tie full woi'k that a sound
stomach should do. Y'ou wouldn't ex
pet a sick horse to get well when it 18
comelled to do a full day's woi'k every
Iday of the week. Kodol Dysp)epsia
Cure is a perfect digestant and digests
tle food regardless of the condition of
vtour stomach. .Lelieves nd igestion,
I eching. Sour Stomach. and all steom
ach disoi'ders. Sold by The l. 1. Lor
ya Drug Stote.
.Im~ 'ii m.tdu.'n iii .. ho nor aind l iouoi
'he Furniture Mal. T vi lock. tfJ
Coming - A carload o' !Vjb Flour.
W hlenl il doubt, . liv4 au 1'. I,. \ at lr
1man l"1-'onnainl 1e fnlhaesDr;
:Store. 'um er1 n Il. 114'1 1 .
You are invited to h I-k Mve the
Chri.,i nas Goods at I thame's Drug
IPlant WNOod's tusted and true Wheat
Seed. The I. B. Lorvea Drug Store.
Every family is entitled to a line
weather Calendar free. ('all for one
at I i tham' Drug Store. Sum mto. j
WaIutoi 5t1 bushel d Lrood ;. I-o'u. nd1
S tock P eas, w; Il pay :li) Iwer bushel.
delivered at Clark's Warehouse. [tf
For itent-A good two horse farm
with good seven room building and one
tenant house. Apply to S. M. Youmans
Manning. S. C.
Wanted -First class farmer to take
charge and oversee one farm. Ilun
seven olows. Must be ind ustrious, sober
and intellig-ent. Married man pre
ferred. Address, with references.
.1. d. HARBY & E. H. MOSES,
Sumter. S. C.
All of the latest noveis. including
"The Gambler" "Ayesha" "Rose o' the
ltiver"' "Gordon Keith" "Itafiles"
1Pole Baker" 'Yolanda" and many
others at I hame's Drug Store.
Wanted-Blv Chicag-o Manufacturing
House, person of trustworthiness and
somewhat familiar with local territory
as assistant in branch oliiee. Salary $18
paid weekly. Permanent, position. No
investment required. Previous expe
rience not essential to engaging. Ad
dress, Manager Branches. Como Block,
If you don't know what present to
get send the amount you want to spend
to D. 0. Rhame. Summerton, S. C. He
will do his best in the selection.
A fine weather calendar free to cus
tomers at hliame's Drug Store. Call
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best.
The R1. B. Lorvea Drug Store.
I have ten fine Mules for sale which
can be seen at the residence of the late
J. P. Brock. Terms cash.
MRS. S. E. BROCK.
Silver, S. C.
200 Aeres of Land situated two and
one-half miles East. of Manning. with
timbr and about thirty-five acres
cleared. For terms apply to
or1. W. McLEOD.
The Oil Mill will Run.
To Mv Fr'ends and Patrons of the Man
ning Oil Mill:
I am glad to be able to announce
that I have leased the Manning Oil
Mill from the Trustees of the Indepen
dent Cotton Oil Co. and will operate it
on my own account the present season.
I take this opportunity to thank you
for the support and patronage you gave
me while I had charge of the mill for
the Independent Cottod Oil Co. and to
ask for a continuance of your support
and patronage in the future.
Yours very truly
C. R. SPROTT.
Pursuant to a Commission ir~sued to
the undersigned by the Secretary of
State, Books of Subscription, to The
Felder and Minms Live Stock Co., a pro
posed corporation, will be o-pened at
the oflice of R. L. Felder in the Town
of Pinewood, S. C.. on Friday. Decem
ber' 15th, I905, at 11 o'clock in the fore
noon. Said Cor poration to have a cap
ital stock of $15000 divided into one
hundred and fifty shares of the par
value of .8100 each, and to do a general
Livery. Feed and Sales Stables busi
R. LEE FELDER.
HENRYIf C. MTMS.
Pursuant to a Commission issued to
the undersigned by the Secretary of
State. Books of Subscription, to The
Harvin-Brough ton Co.. a proposed cor
poration, will be opened at the office of
H. T. Avant, in the Town of Pinewood
S. C., on Friday, December 15th, at 11
o'clock in the forenoon. Said cor-pora
tion to have a capital stock of $6000 di
vided into sixty shares of the par value
of $100 each. and to do a general mer'
P. 11.. FRtOUGH TON.
0. D). HIARIN.
11. T1. AVANT1.
KILL THE COUCH
AND CURE THE LUNCS
FOR IOUGHS and 50ca$1.OO
~OLDS Free Trial.
Surest and Quickest Cure for all.
THROAT and LUNG TROUB
LES, or MONEY BACK.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
. .THE. .
R. B. L.ORYEA DRUG STORE,
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Prop.,
Sign of the . . . Golden Mortar,
Bnz to inform their many friends and custom
ers that they are prepared to supply their waints
with thcir acti'itomeld ceerity.
We carry a full and complete line in every de
partent of the
and eve'ry attentionf ia shown to the wants of
For zany Years
Vc have endeavored to aive the very be, t at
tention to our customers' wiants. 0fnde thia'
tie havIe suceeded
is coiplete :n every parittuar and every and
any demand can be supplied.
When in need of PURE I)RULGS and MEDI
CINES rail on us and we can itve you genierat
MI IDE~tS receive our careful arid irm
mediate attention oni day of reeipt.
We hope for your linud patronage which for
years we hiave eairnestly strivenl to nmer:t.
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Proprietor,
Si,<gn of the
Y MANNING, S. C.
-tHONE NO. 2.
0d People ehind
CM Are the people who 2
have not investigat
ed our claims about
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Meet Santa Claus
The Xmas Shopper's
Place of Delight.
\nything tha:t iv pleue de 1i-lhts: anything that
brings profit. deli.ghts:, when you get. with least trouble. the
thing you want. you ar plased: when you wet it for le*s money
you are delighted. You eertainly get the beSt valiues :at
RIGBY'S now. lave you bee n i dn g thi e last dav or so To
The store is ablaze with all the- pretty thinges tihat Santa Claus
b rings around about Xmats tie It iA . r -v fo;, Santa Claus to
find things here. for there is an abundance of gifts for young
and old. Just one word. wont you come before the crowd gets
too large for us to give you the time we like to give customers.
and before a great many splendid values are gone.
Toys for the Little Folks.
We have always had a big line of Toys for the Little
Folks every year. but this year surpasses them the all. Every
thing in Toys. such ts
Engines. Dolls, Doll Beds. Doll
Carriages. 60-Carts. T1runks. Etc.,
All kinds o- mechanical Toys. Gomic Toys, Picture Books.
Story Books. etc.: everthing that delights the heart of a child.
and for the Grown Folks. Toilet Cases. Manicure Sets. Collar
and Cuff Boxes. Albums. Handbags.: alsoa fine line of Crockery
and Glass Novelties. Don't forget
THE BIG DOLL
we give away every X nas. You can see her in our Window
now. With every 10e. purchase of Toys you get a chance. Ask
for the Tickets. yours may be the lucky number.
SAVE THIS TICKET.
For any Cash purchase in Toys amount
in- to TEN CENTS we give one of these
Tickets. entitling the holder to a Free
Chance at the beautiful DOLL on exl :bx
tion. to be given to holder of lucky -n .i
ber. on date advertised at our store.
J. H. RIGBY, Manning, S. C.
What about a nice Fur for a Xmas present or a Swell
Coat ? We've the finest line of Cloaks and Furs in Manning.
If you want. to give a present that would delight the heart of
every Housekeeper, just come around and let me sell you a nice
pair of Wool Blankets. We have them the very beAt. If you
want satisfaction. do your Xmas shopping with
THE YOUNG RELIABLE,
J. H. RIUBY,
e. A stock that would do credit to one of the largest city
tGlass for the Young Ladies. Watches, Clocks and beautiful
aRta Claus' HeadQUarters Here.
lost wonderful line of Watches, best valnes ever offered. All
i descr iptions, guarant~eed good t ime-keepers.
L HOLIDAY PRICES NOW....$1 $5 UP TO $20
t every kind of Clock frotu the plain Kitehien Clock or Abirtu
he basidsomest Parlor Timepiece.
PRICES...........--.---.60c $1* T 1
dsome Rugs & Art Squares.
twould be a more appropriate presenlt for the home than a good
have all sizes, bought at lowest prices.
L SALE FOR CHRIST- 50 75c $1.50 $5
ius now: priced each.......... * '~
quare" in Smnyrna or Azxiist er, ceanpest you ever heard or.
e whole floor. $3.50 To 25
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.411 Sorts of Toys for Boys and Girls.
u us, Soldier Sets, Tea Trables and Dishers. (Games. Watrons and
ler~ play things~ that delight the little ones and make C'hristmas"
CHEAPEST PRICES ON RECORD.
xe of these beautiftul
kes the 1ie ofee u
FR TUEAND UNDETKING~I..I
, M/ANNING, S. C.
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