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ond Class nia--er.
The Democratic platform of
South Carolina declares against
the combination of corporations,
and yet men who are the heads
of corporations that have enter
ed into combinations are running
for office and claiming to stand
upon the party platform-accord
ing to our way of thinking it is
an inconsistancy at least.
Paraphrasing something we
have recently read, we will ap
ply it to the results of what is in
store for the farmer that allows
himself to be tricked by the
trusts: "There was a farmer
from Niger who went out for a
ride with a tiger. They returned
from the ride with the farmer in
side, and a smile on the face of
the tiger." The ride was very
enjoyable until the tiger got the
farmer away from help. then he
turned and swallowed him.
Drive out competition and mo
nopoly takes command and rules
with a crushing hand. Farmers,
think of this. Remember how
you, by standing firmly together,
licked out the cotton bagging
trust, and by standing firmly to
gether you can make all trusts
that handle the results of your
labor come to reasonable terms.
We cry out loudly against trusts,
and we should stamp out of po
litical existence the manipula
tors in trusts.
The crop prospect for this
county is good, and as the peo
ple have just pulled through one
of the most disastrous years
since 1881, the coming good crop
is a blessing that should be ap
preciated. The indications point
to prosperity, and if our farmers
will be cautious, avoid extrava
gance, we believe they will be
able to fully recover with this
crop the loss of last year. Many
honest men could not pay their
debts last year, the merchants
were forced to carry them over,
and in some instances merchants
became greatly embarassed in
order to stem the tide of adver
sity. This should teach a whole
some lesson. It shows the need
for debt paying, it proves that
he who pays his debts can get
help when he needs it most. We
have no idea what cotton or to
bacco will bring this season, but
if these products will bring any
thing like a fair price we believe
our farmers can pay every dollar
of their indebtedness, and they
should certainly strive to do so.
The political barn-stormers
have taken to the road and from
now. on the politicians will sup
ply the people who work for a
living, with plenty of buncombe.
There will be an army of candi
dates for State offices, and every
fellow will have a reason to show
why he is entitled to the office
he seeks; this is one political
year when we have no favorites
for the State offices, and will
wait until we see the procession
before taking our choice. The
indications are, that there will
be some lively scrapping between
the Edgefield candidates for
-gubernatorial honors, Col's Tal
bert and Tillman, both are good
speakers and neither has a fond
ness for the other. Just at this
time we have not the remotest
idea who will lead for governor,
but if certain newspaper writers
continue their fight on "Jim"
Tillman he will make a surpris
ing run, as the people are not
taking kindly to anything which
looks like persecution. The
write-up of the "Donalds" meet
*ing in the Sunday News was
such a glaring piece of partizan
ship that its effect was helpful
to Tillman's interests. If those
who do not want Colonel Till
*-man for governor, will have the
good sense to treat him fair they
will come nearer accomplishing
their purpose, than by misrep
resenting, and abusing him. He
is charged with a serious offence,
prove the charge by the records,
and stop, let the records do the
*speaking, but constant nagging
will cause the effect of the re
cords even, to be lost.
Governor McSweeney has
given out an interview in which
he lifted many candidates off
from 'the anxious bench. The
governor has been a "possibili
ty" for another term or to enter
the Senatorial race, but in his
interview lhe has decided to stay
out of the coming primary and
retire to private life. There is
no doubt that if Governor Mc
Sweeney went into the race he
would have been a v-ery strong
factor, for the reason, that he
has a host of true friends in
every county in the State who
would strain every nerve to win.
His administration has not been
at all sensational. He has con
ducted the office of governor in
a business and statesmanlike
manner, and there are less flaws
to pick in his administration of
affairs than many of those who
preceeded him. One of the
Sweenev's oficial career is his
beimw ever ready to give audience
to those having business with
him. He acts promptly and
without partiality, the humblest
citizen can approach him and re
ceive equal attention with the
most proininent. He answers
all communications promptly,
and he does not throw an air of
mystery around anything. Had
Governor McSweeney entered
the race for Governor or United
States Senator we would have
been among his earnest sup
porters. and we sincerely hope
that he w\vill not conclude to re
tire to private life permanently,
but that he will again give his
valuable services to his State.
Men like the governor are an in
spiration to the young, and they
are seldom placed where their
lights will shine.
We are asked to define the
meaning of a Trust. Any insti
tution that obtains a charter
from the State is a corporation,
and there are hundreds of cor
porations doing a legitimate bus
iness in this State, therefore
there is no good reason to decry
corporations, simply because
they are corporations, but when
corporations combine throughout
a section of country for the pur
pose of controlling a product,
then it is a Trust and a menace
to the country. A corporation
engaging in honest competition
with other corporations is all
right, because it does business
on the principle of "live and let
live," but when corporations
combine and undertake to crush
out honest competition, then the
principle of "live and let live"
falls, and is converted into the
principle, "money or your life."
We believe we are doing a con
scientious duty when we warn
the people against the enticing
inducements of these corporate
combinations, that have organ
ized with the evident purpose of
crushing out competition. We
will venture to say that if the
farmers were to hoid a meeting
and draw up an instrument of
writing for the combination of
corporations to sign, binding
them to gin cotton for $1 per
bale and furnish bagging and
ties with no restrictions as to
the disposition of seed for a
period of five years, the Trust
would refuse to sign the agree
ment. Why? Because if they
can by their knock-out offer in
duce the farmers to leave the
country gin, that gin will have
to go out of business, and when
out of business it is out of comn
petion; it is the history of all
monopolies to take advantage of
the situation. No, the Trust will
not bind itself to keep to its
present offer, and regardless of
what may be said now, it will
not continue its present induc
ments any longer than it takes
to crash out competition. We
well remember when competi
tion was sharp between ginners,
but there was no disposition to
crush out anybody; that condi
Ition was healthy, as it created
activity and encouraged enter
prise, then, it was a case of hus
tle for business, but now, if the
corporation combine succeeds, it
will paralyze individual enter
prise and in course of time force
the people into a condition of
helplessness. The tendency of
the age is to combine wealth for
the purpose of concentrating
power, the wealthy will be
the beneficiaries, and the people
the victims. That this is true,
the Democratic party-the party
of the people, in all of its decla
rations denounces in strong
terms the combination of cor
porations, and one of the prin
ciple planks in that platform is
so plain, that any man interested
in corporate combines puts him
self in a questionable position if
he takes the party pledge and
runs for office. He certainly
cannot consistently subscribe to
a platform denouncing that
which he is a part or parcel of.
Deafness Cannot be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot, reach the
diseased portion of the ear. There is only one
way to cure deafness, and that is by constitu
tional remedies. Deafness is caused by an in.
flamed condition of the mucous lining of the
Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets inflam
d you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hear
ing and when it is entirely closed deafness is
the result. and unless the inflammation can be
taken out and this tube restored to its normal
conditionhearing will be destroyed forever: nine
cases out of ten are caused by catarrh. which is
nothing but an inflamed condition of the mu
we will give One Hundred Dollars for any
case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for
ciclrF. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Halrs Family Pills are the best.
School Entertainment at Workman.
Editor The .Manning Times:
The writer had the pleasure of visit
Iing Workman on the 13th inst., where
I was invited to attend a school enter
tainment at the home of S. WV. McIn
tosh's, gotten up by MIiss Mlattie Lan
ford, the accomplished principal of
There was a large audience gathered,
al of whom seemed to give deep
thuht and attention as the music of
It'e rgran burst upon the air under the
skillful and artistic touch of melody by
Miss M~attie Young, coupled with sweet
trained voices of the school, also Mc
Clam Brothers' violin and guitar, which
added so much to the excellency of the
music. until it filled our hearts with ec
st acy and a vision of loveliness met our
gaze; so mary little boys and girls,
faces beaming with intelligence and de
termination of character impressed the
triumphs of the occasion, all due to the
elicient teacher, whom both students
an patrons love and esteem ver-y high
ly, nd r-egriet so much her leave next
T ueday for- her home at Woodruff. S.
C. Spar tanburg county.
'h following is the program:
1 Song of welceome and Welciomet A\ddress, by
sveal little b)oys and rirls.
'l pech About Himself. by Master IEd
4 Spechl-The Trusty Boy, by Master Honry
Filthy Temples In India.
Sacrd cows often defile Indian temi
pes. but worse yet is a body that's pol1
luted by constipation. Don't permit it.
Cleanse you system with Dr. Kiug's
New Life Pills'and avoid untold misery-.
They give lively liver's, active bowels,
goo digestion,'tine appetite. Only 2.5c
5.- Dialoguc-Evenmin- Visitor.
6. Recitation-The Bridge, by Miss Rosa na
7. Speech-What the Moon Says. by O in Picr
8. Tableau-Oncet There Was a Littk' Kitty
Long Time Ago.
9. Tea Partv. by several little boys and gir-.
10. Dialoeue- Mixcd MvNN.
i. Son,- 'Ira la la. by the schouu.
-. liialtogrue --Alatrinivial Advertisemnlit.
13. 'ableau- Tt'o Flour "Flower ' G iris.
1. Revitatioln Nobody's Child. by Lillie N1C
1.. l'ecitation-- Entertaining Her Big Sister's
1cau. by Miss Florence McIntosh.
t6. Speech--raundmother. by Master Wallace
17. Dialogue-Scene in a Back Woods School.
is. Speech--Popping Corn. by Master Joe
1. Dialogue-Clearing the House.
:0. Tableau-Woman's Rights.
!i. Dialogue-Here She Comes and Th(re She
Recitation.-Whistling in Heaven. by M;
2. Song-Sweet Belle Mahune. by tie sito.
-4. Tableau-hallowed Be Thy N:II'.
2-. Recitation-Kentucky P'hilosophy. by M1Mi
::6. Tableau-The Queen.
27. Dialogue-The Train Tomorrow.
::S. Recitation - Archie Dean. by Miss Irene
:2. Duet-Sweet Bunch of Daisies.
30. Dialogue-Troublc in a Mormon Family.
31. Dialogue--Maud's Command.
32. Duet-Bessie, the Drunkard's Lone Child.
33. Recitation-Old Aunt Charity. by Miss
34. Tableau-This Dagger Shall Avenge Me.
35. Arabia's Poor Relatives.
36. Speech-Our Flag. by Master Wallace Me
37. Song-Bonnie Blue Flag. by the school.
3S. Closing Song-God Be With You *Till We
Mr. Editor, it is needless to attempt
to comment on the priogr'am as it would
require too much time and space. Suf
flee it to say that every feature was. ac
quitted with manifest credit and satis
faction to patrons and visitors as ".vell
The succeeding day, S a t u r d -a y,
brought about a picnic as. a token of
appreciation and high esteem which
they hold for Miss Lanford and school.
The day was diverted into various en
joyments and pleasures by the old and
the young, all of whom seemed loath to
leave at the closing of the day, realizing
that the toil and care of life had been
removed and social love and friendship
prevailed only for the day with such
Mr. Editor, it was a source of pleas
ure for me to be there among so many
friends and relatives. P.
June 1 . 1902.
Read it in a Newspaper.
George Schaub, a well known Ger
man citizen of New Lebanon, Ohio. is a
constant reader of the "Dayton Volks
zeitung. He knows that this paper
ai-ns to advertise only the best in its
columns, and when he saw Chamber
lain's Pain Balm advertised therein for
lame back, he did not hesitate in buy
ing a bottle of it for his wife, who for
eight weeks had suffered with the most
terrible pains in her back and could get
no relief. He says: "After using the
Pain Balm for a few days my wife said
to me, 'I feel as though born anew,'
and before using the entire contents
of the bottie the unbearable pains had
entirelv vanished and she could again
take up her household duties." He is
very thankful and hopes that all suffer
ing likewise will hear of her wonderful
recovery. This valuable liniment is for
sale by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store,
Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
Black River Union.
Following is the program of the June
meeting of the Black River Union to
'to be held in Paxville, S. C., June 27-29.
1. Devotional Meeting-John 0. Gough.
3. Sermon-F. M. Satterwhite.
3. The Duty of Christians to Their Churches
-D. J. Bradham. WY. G. Wells. E. C. Haynes
4. In What Way Can the Younger Members
of the Churches be Induced to Take Part in Our.
Meetings?-C. C. Brown. W. E. Koib, A. P.
5. Soul Winning-(a) An Important Christian
Duty-G. T. Gresham, Joel E. Brunson, C. P.
McKnight; (b) Prerequisites Thereto-M. A.
Connors. E. D. Hodge, C. L. Cuttino; (c) Tramn
nx the Young People in Soul Winming-J. D.
Huggins, James E. Tindal. A. J. White.
6. Sermon Friday Night-R. A. Sublett.
7. Devotional Exercises on Saturday-B. P.
8. Sermon Sunday-M. A. Connors.
Churches will please elect delegates.
-W. F. RHAME,
W. E. TISDALE,
J. D. HU-GGINs, Sec'y.
Save the Children.
Statistics will prove that a large per
cetage of deaths among children may
be traced to complications arising from
the early souring of milk by bacteria.
Cholera Infantum is the most fatal di
sease of infancy, and common, especial
ly with bottle fed infants. Perry
avis' Painkiller in the emergency is
best remedy and saves many a child's
lfe while the doctor is coming. 25 and
" Snow White."
Editor The Manning Times:
Following is the program of the en
tertainment, Snow White. a play in
four scenes, given in Paxville last Fri
day night. Music was furnished by
Messrs. Touchberry between scenes:
Tableaux-The Dying Soldier-Messrs. Pres
ton Bradham. Lawrence Bradham, Miss Sophie
Attitude of Praver-Miss Ella Boswell.
Jealousy-Missis Tabby Koib and Ella Bos
well. Mr. Bruce Bradham.
Little Gretchen-Little Addle Butler.
Coming Thro' the Rye-Miss Elma G eddings.
Mr. Frank Hugeins.
M1usic was also furnished between
tableaux by MIessrs. Touchberry.
Allow me. please, through your col
umns, to thank Messrs. Touchberry for
their nice music and, also, the audience
for their kind attention.
3MRS. J. W. M1IMS.
Paxville, S. C., June 13. 1902.
Leads Them All.
"One M1invute Cough Cure beats all
other medicines I over tried for coughs,
colds. croup and throat and lung trou
bles," says D. Scott Currin of Logan
ton, Pa. One M1inute Cough Cure is the
only absolutely safe cough remedy
which acts immediately. MIothers
everywhere testify to the good it has
done their little ones. Croup is so sud
den in its attacks that the doctor often
arrives too late. It yields at once to
One Mlinute Cough Cure. Pleasant to
take. Children like it. Sure cure for
grip, bronchitis, coughs. The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store..
Worman vs. Greeleyville.
Editor The Mannin:: Times:
The Workman and Greeleyville
teams met on the latter's diamond this
afternoon, and by spectacular playing
Workman easily defeated the home
team by a score of 7 to 2. The battling
of the visitors was the featuire of the
Talor'. the effective pitcher' for
Greelevile. demonstrated hiis abil ityv.
but at the end of the seventh inning a
pitcher was wanted. as Taylor proved
The visitors are indebted to the youngr
ladies of Greeleyville for the beautiful
lowers given them: also the hospitable
invitation extended the teami to be
present at the ice cream festival was
highly appreciated. but owing to the
fact that the team had an engragemient~
for Saturday they were atuxiouis to get
home to recup~erate. J. M1. W.
Workman, S. C.. .June 12. 1902.
Happy Time in Old Town.
"We~ felt very happy.'' wrlites R. N.
Bevill, Old Town. Va., --when Buck
ln's Arnica Salve wvholly cured our
daughter of a bad ease cl scald head."
It delights all who use it for Cuts.
Corns. Burns. Bruises. Boils, Ulcers,
Eruptions. Infallible for Piles. Only
Canny In Second sngagenMent.
For years a young man and young
woman had been engaged, and each
had economized with a view of hav
Ing the more to spend when they
should marry. Six months ago, how
ever, the engagement was broken, and
shortly z.fterward the young woman
became the fiancee of another man.
This man she encourages to spend his
money lavishly-on her. He has bought
her beautiful silver for her toilet table,
the latest design and engraved with
her Initials; a handsome leather trav
eling bag completely fitted out, rugs,
books and other articles to make home
"No more economizing for me," says
the girl. "If he invests so much in
me, we won't be so likely to quarrel,
and certainly he will not have tLe mon
ey to spend on another girl," which is
the wisdom that rules sentiment in
these modern days.-New York Press.
Free Blood Cure.
We recomir-end Botanic Blood Balm
(B. B. 11.) for all blood troubles. such as
ulcers. eatinug sores. serofula. eczema.
itching humors. pimples. boils. carbun
eles. blood poiwon. aching bones, fester
ing sores. cancer. eatarrh. rheunmat ism.
Botanic Blood Balm cures ali malig
nant blood or skin diseases. especially
advised for o d. de1-seated c itses. it
Cures when all else fails. Heals every
S0r Or ppimlC, stops all aches and pains
by giving a healthy blood supply. At
drug stores. *L per large bottle. Trial
treatment free by writing Dr. Gillam.
Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble and free
medical advice given. Medicine sent
at once. prepaid. For sale at The R.
B. Loryea Drug Store.
Those Dull Ducks.
I recall Mr. Lowell telling, jocosely,
in an after dinner speech in Cambridge
how he met an acquaintance (of dubi
ous standingi whose cheerful face and
happy demeanor led him to ask the
cause of such exuberant felicity.
"Why," said the genial smiler, "I've
discovered a way to make my fortune.
We all know that the reason for the
fine flavor of the wild duck is the wild
celery on which it feeds. Now, I pro.
pose to feed it to the domestic duck and
supply the market."
Some weeks later, on meeting his ac
quaintance again, Mr. Lowell found
him quite depressed and inconsolable.
"Why are you looking so unnappy ? I
thought the last time I saw you that
you were on the point of making your
fortune with ducks. Wculdn't it
"No," was the reply; "the things
won't eat it."-Atlantic.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
The principal of a certain high school
tells a joke on himself with much en
joyment. One day during an exami
nation, when he was visiting the vari
ous rooms, he stopped to ask a very
bright boy a sum in algebra, and, al
though the problem was comparatively
easy, he could not answer it. The prin
cipal remarked with some show of se
"My boy, you ought to be able to do
that At your age George Washington
was a surveyor."
The boy looked him straight in the
eye and answered:
"Yes, sir, and at your age he was
president of the United States."
The conversation dropped at that
pont.-St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
How to Avoid Trouble.
Now is the time to provide yourself
and family with a bottle of Chc~mber
lain's Colic. Cholera and Dia:-rhoea
Remedy. It is almost certain to he
needed'before the summer is over, and
if procured now may save you a trip) to
town in the night or in your busiest
season. It is everywhere admitted to
be the most successful medicine in use
for bowel complaints, both for- children
anarults. No family can alTord to he
without it. For- sale biy The R. B3. Lor
yea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea. Prop.
The shocek Too Severe.
"Did the coroner's jury ascertain what
caused Bowersox's sudden death?"
"Yes. It appears that he received a
plumber's bill in his morning's mail."
"But surely that did not kill him?"
"That wasnt it. but about noon the
plumber himself called and said there
was an overcharge in the bill that he
wished to correct."-Detroit Free Press.
Virulent Cancer Cured.
Startling proof of a wonderful ad
vance in medicine is given by druggist
G. W. Roberts of Elizabeth. W. Va.
An old man there had long auffered
with what good doctors pronounced in
curable cancer-. They believed :.1s case
hopeless till be used Electric Bitters
and applied Buckien's Arnica Salve.
which treatment completely erred him.
When Electric Bitters are usec. to ex
pe bilious, kidney and microbe poisons
at the same time this salve exerts its
matchless healing power, blood dis
eases, skin eruptions, ulcers and sores
vanish. Bitters 50e. Salve :25e. at The
I. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Mrs. Hunt-I suppose Jane :.orter is
the most truthful person In town
Wg, i verily believe she would tell
the truth even about her age.
Mrs. Pike-That wouldn't be truthful
ness; it would simply be eccer.tricity.
Ber th The Kind You Have Alwy Bought
A Modest Thespian.
Briggs-That fool Stephigh considers
himself the greatest actor on earth.
Benson-IS that so? Hie's getting
strangely modest. lie used to consider
hiself the greatest actor that ever
Pyny--Balsami Relieves Right Away
and makes a speedy end of coughs an:1 colds.
Each decision you make, however
trifling it may be, will influence every
decision you will have to make, how
ever important it may be.
'. to make your baby stronrg and
Swe!l. A fifty cent bottle of
A Scott's Emnulsioni
will change a sickly baby to
a plump, romping child.
of it. Its as nice as cream.
Sendl for a frce sa mple, and try it.
SCZ)TT & BOwNE, Chemists,
409-415 Pe2arl S:cet, - New York.
Cow Peas For Sale.
Vhippoorwill (or Life Preserver
Wonderful (or Unknown), Tory an
A few hundred bushels for sale by
I. M. HAIG,
45-4t] Bennettsville. S. C.
A town lot measuring about on
acre. high and well located. For paz
ticulars apply to LOUIS APPELT.
Notice to Creditors.
All persons having claims agains
the estate of Ainzi Tindal, de
ceased, will present them duly al
tested, and those owing said estat
will make payment to
A. A. TINDAL.
Manning, S. C., June 11, 1902.
Preventing, Retarding n Vanquishing the a
CHILLS AND FEVER.
Is simply a "Survival of the Fittest." Mar
chill antd fever tonics have their day and vanis
into oblivion as "a tale that Is told," but
Continues to be the ultima thule of
Chill and Fever '1onics,
And has become by its great merits a househol
necessity in thousands of homes.
By using that sovereign Remedy,
Time tests all things and time has tested tU
The B, B. Loryea Drug Ston~
ISA AC M.. LORYEA, Proj
Sign of the Golden Mortar,
'PHONE NO. 2. - MANNING, S. C.
Our festive friend who tr'avels b
ight, and although having no wings
all, never fails to arrive on schedu]
time, will soon be abroad in the land
His attentions are very marked to thos
Housekeepers should prepare a ver
warm reception for Mr. Bug. Call
your' drug store for the proper bath fc
him. Your druggist will advise yo
how to "DO" him. Pack up your wir
ter clothes with Tar Balls.
shame's Drug Stor'e.
I am agent for Standard Paints.
It does not pay to let your houses an
implements get sha bby.
Notice to Creditors.
All persons having claims against th
estate of Dr. W. E. Dinkins, deceasec
will present them duly attested, an
those owing said estate will make paa
LOU W. DINKINS,
Mnning. S. C. June 3, 1902. 144
I am prenared to do general Lan
Surveying, 'etc., in Clarendon count
and adjoining territory.
Have You a Plat of Your Land ?
You may need one s.ome day. I wi:
give carefui attention to what work y o
\lddress mne at Sumnmer'ton, S. C.
WT\VLLIA.\ A. DERGF.SS.
Money to i..oan
WLON & DuRANT
J. M. BAGNAL, Prop.,
MANNING. - - - S. C.
RATES S1.00 PER DAY
Special Rates to Regular Boarders.
ringoyur Job Work to The Times offici
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IS YELLOW POISON
in your blood? Physicians call
it ralarial Germ. It can be seen
changing red blood yellow under
microscope. It works day and
night. First, it turns your com
plexionyellow. Chilly, aching
sensations creep down your
backbone. You feel weak and
ROBERTS' CHILL TONIC
will stop the trouble now. It
enters the blood at once and
drives out the yellow poison.
If neglected and when Chills,
Fevers, NIght-Sweats and agen
eral break-down come later on,
Roberts' Tonic will cure you
then-but why wait? Prevent
future sicknessU The manufac
turers know all about this yel
low poison and have perfected
RbrVTonic to drive it out,
nourish your system, restore
appetite, purify the blood, pre
vent and cure Chills, Fevers and
Malaria. It has cured thous
ands-It will cure you or your
money back This is Mar. Try
It. Price, 25 cents.
THE R. 8. LORYEA DRUC STORE.
A DORN YOUR P~ERSOIN
DORN YOUR HO0ME.
Fine jewelry, Fine Silver
ware, Cut Glass, China,
LAMPS AND ELEGANT NOVELTIES,
Watches of the Best
All goods handled are sold
with a guarantee.
I do not handle any plated
ware, therefore everything
bought from me can be relied
upon as being of the best.
All goods bought from me
wil' be Engraved
FREE OF CHARGE
My repairing department .is
under my personal supervis
ion and I guararitee all work
entrusted to me.
Come to see me.
Earnest A. Buitman,
SUFITR, S. C.
Every attention will be shown visit
eors and we especially invite the peopli
e ovisit our handsome store .to imspec
our lines of
We handle no goods but those whici
y we can guarantee.
,t Our Tailoring Department is perhapi
e the largest in the State and our tailor:
L are experienced workmen.
e A Suit made by us is sufficient war
rant to fit. Come to see us.
S. L DA VID & BRO.!
Cor. King and Wentworth Sts.,
CHIARLESTON, - - S. C.
Scholarship and Entrance Examina.
Tse e xaminatin oth pCe ad of ha
admission of new students will be held at th
County Court House on Friday, July 11th, at
Aplicants must not be less than fifteen year
11th. they will be awarded to tos malig th
Tesnext seso will1 open Seteber 17, 1902
Fodr further inlormation and a cataloge ad
Rock Hinl, S. C.
Charleston, S. C.
~ GAGER'S White Lime
Has no equal for quality, strength and
Cooperage. Packed in Heavy Cooper
age and Standard Cooperage.
Also dealers in Portland Cement,
Rosendale Cement, Fire Brick, Roofina
Papers, Terra Cotta Pipe, etc.
1ATTORNEY AT LAW,
2MANNNING, S. C.
.JOS. F. RHtAN'E. J. H. LESESNE.
- HAMIE & LESESNE,
.ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
-MANNING, S. C.
Jr. s. w H.SON. w- C. DURANT
WILSON & DURANT,
:ilorney??s and Counselors at Law',
-MANNING, S. C.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
DR. J. FRANK GEIGER,
MANNING, S. C.
'Phne No. 925
And have a few good Farm Horses and Mules on hand to dispose
of at close figures.
Also a lot of One and Two-Horse Wagors-the genuine old
Yes, we have the best line of BUGGIES on the market for
yon to select from. Try one and be convinced.
MOWERS, (the best yet.)
sorne SELF-DUIP RAKES,
DISC HARROWS & Cultivators.
All of which will give satisfaction and save time as well as
COME TO SEE US.
W. P. HAWKINS & Co.
A GRAND OPENING
Of Spring Clothing, Hats
and Furnishing Goods,
You will find here the'very newest
and up-to-date Suits, Furnishing Goods
We make a specialty of Extra Size,
Stout and Slim Suits.
On receipt of your letter we will send
you swatches of Suits, if you are inter
ested in any.
In our Tailor Department we have
Qover 500 Samples
for you to select your Suit or extra
Suits made to yur meaue from $1.
to $5. Pnsfom StoW$2
H. BROWN'S 3nE
224 KING ST., Opp. Academy of Musk,
o-mAre-r.--Trow. - - S. 0..
All mail orders promptly attended to by a special salesman.
CAROLIN PORTID CEENT CO,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
- Sole Se'in n g Agezits
Fire Brick, Fire Tile, Arch.
Brick, Bull-Head and
All Special Tiles.
ALSO FINEST PREPARED FIRE CLAY.
Carload Lots. Less Than Carload Lots.
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
In use for over 30 years, has borne the signatnre of
- and has been mnade under his p
sonal supervision since its inflncy.
~ Allon one to deceive youln this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but.
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children-Experience against Exeiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant. IC
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other N4areotI0
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It asimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
CENUINE CASTOR IA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
The KiRnd You Have Always Bought!
In Use For Over 30 Years.
- twg oflNTAJa OUOMW IT TTMURRA meT UWY YOi- -
Costskjysly its at bghir, tIi AaT
or UIaZ 3s eas to C. .1. aMopPS?', as. 8. * L 0S.
Thre n.. B. I..ox-yea Dr-us& -t1
Money to Lend lMoney to Lend.
On improved farming lands. Terms:__
as long as wanted; interest, 7 per centLonmaenIprvdRlE
on large loans; 8 prcent on small oantst a o7 Ipre Reals
loans. For particulaE apl t, tae Ines MA E pER nt
Sutre S,C Attorney at Law.