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MANNING, S. C.. JULY 16, 1902.
Tobacco Growers' Ban- jets
quet, Wednesday Night, ect
July 23rd, at the People's
Tobacco Warehouse. L
All Tobacco Growers are invited to quaf
attend the Banquet given by the Peo- pric
ple's Tobacco Warehouse Company on !n
the night of July 23rd. t e
Bring a load of good Tobacco with beat
you so you may take advantage of the
Opening Sales at this house on the fol
lowing day, Stol
THURSDAY. JULY 24. then
And when you have made your sales tice
and are in need of any Dry Goods, Tab
Shoes or Clothing, come to The Jen- boe
kinson Dry Goods Store, the largest plea
store of its kind in the county, where box.
you will find a large stock of. seasonable Dru
Dry Goods, and where they are closing
out many lines of Summer Goods at t
sacrifice prices in order tov make roon byte
for their incoming fall stocks. Twe
Yours truly, in
W. E. JENKINSON. vice
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MUST be in The
this office by Saturday Noon in order to ue
insure publication the following week. Csin
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Manning Street Car Schedule. sip
Leave Central Hotel corner 9:00 a. m. and 6:25
p. m. for the passenger trains, and the car will
also meet the freight trains. Arrangements duel
have been made with the agent at depot to tele- cons
phone when freight trains are approaching Wol
Fare. 10 cents each war. Cur
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S. I. Till's, next door to iigby's.
Grand Concert soon, watch for date: T
Mrs. Meta Wells of Columbia is vis- mar
fting relatives in Manning. eve
Miss Julia Brailsford of Pinewood is be
visiting friends in Manning. men
Miss Bessie Ingram of Sumter is We
visiting relatives in Manning. lowi
Mr. Joseph Dickson of Boardman, shae
N. C., is at home in Manning. be 1
Miss Hessie Richardson of Sumter
is visiting Miss Mabel McFaddin.
Mrs. Pipkin returned home this C<
morning after an extended visit to som
Young chickens wanted at Hotel Cen- Cou
tral, Manning, S. C. Highest prices safe
paid. [48-3t coul
Mr. E. L. Bryan of the American To- Stol
bacco Company is here to buy on this
The commercial tourists are arriving can
in Manning in large numbers, these lan
hot days. Coh
Died last Saturday, Juanita, the 8- has
months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. his:
WV. M. Turner. bess
There will be a concert given in the this
Institute, for the benefit of the band. bya
Watch for date! The
Dr. J. E. McLure of Bishopville vis- jn
ited his uncle, Mr. D. R. Reaves, Moni- a
- day professionally.
Among the new announcements this
week is the candidacy of Mr. S. R.
Cole for County Auditor. drer
Mr. John R. Dingle of Summerton The
announces himself a candidate* for thet
Superintendent of Education, the
"Penny Wise and Pound Foolish." Wit
Read advertisement in another column, pail:
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. used
Mr. Robert McDowell of Camden sore
spent a few days with his uncle, Mr. D. Joh
Rt. Reaves, returned home Monday. rie,
The patrons of The Manning Grocery cou:
Co., can get Fox River Butter and full Sto
Cream Cheese on ice at all times.
Jordan and Summerton crossed bats
on the grounds of the former last Fri Fe C
day. score; 10 to 4 in favor of Summer- Sun
Married last Sunday by Magistrate to s<
S. M. Youmans Mr. - Fleming of viev
Foreston and Miss -- Browder of this is ec
The sales stables of Thomas & Brad- etiq
ham at Kingstree was destroyed by fire libra
last Thursday night, caused from being Mr.
struck by lightning. . his
Full strength: Powdered Allspice, byc<
Cloves, Tumeric, Mace, Cinnamon, that
Black and Red Pepper, Ginger. The kin<
R. B. Loryea Drug Store- of tl
We are obliged to Messrs. C. L. Rid- we
gill for a very fine watermelon and J.ch
D. Holladay for the largest canteloupe rect
we have seen this season.re
Died early this morning, near Alcolu,
Mrs. Letitia 0. Hodge, wife of Mr. E.
Dudley Hodge, aged about 43 years.
The deceased left an infant-.I
Full strength: Extract of Orange, bo
Banana, Pineapple, Strawberry, Rose. patl
Vanilla, Ginger, Lemon, Peppermint. te~
The R. B.,.Loryea Drug Store.me
Mr. W. J. Rawlinson, Jr., brought less
to us on yesterday four ears of what is tle]
known as the "Appelt corn,'' and they by:a
weighed five pounds and six ounces. eas:
The best for Pickling, Mott's Pure but
Apple Vinegar. The best for table ble
use, Mott's Pure White Wine Vine- Nea
gar. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Lor
R. A. White bored an artesian well
on the "Wentworth DuRant place " TI
belonaing to Mr. H. Harby, which flows mu
-7 gailons per minute and is only 280 tos
feet deep. -to
Wanted-Scrap Iron of every descrip- oue
lion and Old Machinery. Any kind ofh
old fire wrecks or stocks. Write for
particulars. Address J. B. Garfunkel, be
Columbia, S. C. [50-4t tha
Why use obsolete fruit jars, when one
you can obtain the latest and most an- c
'proved designed Fruit Jar, "the the
Royal "? For sale by The R. B. Lor- ha
yea Drug Store. mit
The Hon. Geo. S. Legare has a com- frai
munication in this issue which explains any
his attitude here on campaign day, that frai
caused much unfavorable comm'ent to be
the advantage of his opponent. the
Naturally we lead and consequently wh
w~e have the largest line of Fruit Jar we
Rubbers, Self-Melting, Self-Sealing the
Wax Strings, and Sealing Wax. The pro
R. B. Loryea Drug Store. sha
Died last Friday morning at Trio, mu
Mr. Louis W. Loryea, in the 50th year
of his age. The deceased was here a
few day~s before his death on a visit to
his brother. The funeral took place in
the Sumter Jewish cemetery. Dc
It is always gratifying to hear of the -I
good fortune of our boys abroad. Mr. Pai
John W. Lesesne, who left here some stri
time back, holds a responsible position ver
in the bank at Ninety-Six, and he has frol
recently been elected secretary of a wit
$200,000 cotton mill about to be erected ted
ed last Wednesday at his father's
e near Greeleyville. Mr. Eugene
?sne, aged about 28 years. The
ased had been engaged as a com
cial traveling salesman. He was a
of Hon. E. R. Lesesne. and was
ed at Mt. Hope church yard.
it this out and take it to The R. B.
eea Drug Store and get a box of
mberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
The best physic. They also cor
disorders of the stomach. Price
tst week things were lively at the
ple's Tobacco Warehouse. A large
itity of tobacco was sold and the
es were very finc. The manage
t proposes to make a big thing of
a the 24th, and on the evening of
23rd they will give a blow-out to
[ am using a box of Chamberlain's
nach and Liver Tablets and find
a the best thing for my stomach I
used." says T. W. Robinson. jus
of the peace, Loomis, Mich. These
lets not only correct disorders of
stomach but regulate the liver and
els. They are easy to take and
sant in effect. Price 25 cents per
For sale by The R. B. Loryea
g Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
ev. Win. E. Meliwain, traveling
ghout this State visiting the Pres
ian churches in the interest of
ntieth Century educational fund is
Ianning. He conducted the ser
in the Presbyterian church last
lay morning and the Union service
ieMethodist in the evening.
An Unsolicited Testimonial.
R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Manning. S. C.
atlemen:-For two years past I have been
International Heave Cure for Coughs and
in my horses and I have found that it al
gives speedy relief and efTects a perma
cure. Yours truly.
ned. (Rev.) G. T. GfRESHAM.
nnmi. S. C.. June 2. 1902.
'e carry constantly in stock the pro
:s of the International Food Co.,
isting of Horse and Cattle Powders,
rm Powder. Poultry Food. Colic
e, Louse Killer, Silver Pine Healing
Pheno-Chloro, the great Disinfec
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store,
Agents for Manning and vicinity.
he People's Tobacco Warehouse
agement will give a reception on
evening of the 23rd and we hope
? tobacco grower in the county will
present. There will be refresh
ts and music and everything to en
ain and make it a pleasurable affair.
hope that the "break" on the fol
.ng day will be a record breaker.
re will be a host of buyers and
-p competition and high nrices can
)ds are sometimes more trouble
e in summer than in winter, it's so
I to keep from adding to them while
ing off after exercise. One Minute
gh Cure cures at once. Absolutely
Acts immediately. Sure cure for
hs, colds, croup, throat and lung
bles. The R. B. Loryea Drug
'e note that a Clarendon boy is a
idate for the legislature in Rich
I county, it is Ashby D. McFadden.
3young man has been living in
imbia for a number of years, and
attained a good reputation in
profession, law. We wish him sue
.He comes from one of Clarendon's
,families, the name McFadden in.
county is a good one and is borne
high minded, honorable people.
people of Richland in honoring
by MFidden can rely upon his mak
them a faithful representative and
irk for himself.
acation time is here -and the chil
i are fairly living out of doors.
re could be no healthier place for
n. You need only to guard against
accidents incidental to most open
ports. No remedy equals DeWitt's
h Hazel Salve for quickly stopping
tor cuts, scalds and wounds. "I
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve for
s cuts and bruises." says L. B.
ason, Swift, Tex. It is the best
edy on the market." Sure cure for
~and skin diseases. Beware of
iterfeits. The R. B. Loryea Drug
*e had a call from Mr. C. Shuford
ier, a son of Mr. C. R. Felder of
~merton. The young man is en
ed in the very commendable effort
-in by his own exertions the means
3cure a collegiate education, with a
r to studying for the ministry. He
nvassing for a book entitled "The
rCentury Perfect Speaker," a comn
jium of elocution, oratory and
uette, a volume worthy of any
arv where children have access.
F'lder is a bright young man, and
determination to educate himself
is own efforts is deserving of every
yurageent, and we sincerely hope
all of oc r friends will receive him
il. He expects to visit the homes
2's county, and we know that when
i-ouch for Mr. Felder's high moral
acter and integrity he will be re
ed as a welcomed guest. and he will
ive that encouragement his high
Poisoning the System.
is through the bowels that th~e
y is cleansed of impurities. Consti
on keeps these poisons in the sys
,causing headache, dullness and
acholla at first, then unsighaly
ptions and finally serious illness un
a remedy is applied. DeWitt's Lit
Early Risers prevent this trouble
timulating the liver and promote
rhealthy action ot the bowels.
dse little pills do not act violently
by strengthening the bowels ena
them to perform their own work.
er gripe or distress. The R9. B.
yea Drug Store.
he presidents of the various clubs
;t make out a list of the nranagers
erve in the primary and send them
the county chairman. In making
these appointments we hope that
at care will be taken to select men
>will conduct the election with
olute fairness. There should not
repetition of the "proxy" trouble,
t was discovered two years ago. In
of the boxes where this trouble be
ie known, i: was clearly shown that
re was no fraud intended, but we
e been informed that at a box which.
not called to the executive comn
tee's attention, there were flagrant
ids committed. Let us not have
thing of the kind this year. and if
id is resorted to, whether the same
voting by proxy, or reading falsely
tickets by managers, every such
3 should be ventilated in the courts
3ther a conviction is secured or not;
believe this will be the result, as
re are a number of citizens who
pose to see to it, that white men
11 not cheat each other in the pri
w without exposure. The primary
st be kept pure.
The Best Liniment for Strains.
ir. F. H. Wells. the merchant at
rr Park. Long Island, N. Y., says:
always recommend Chamberlain's
n Balm as the best liniment for
tins. I used it last winter for a se
e lameness in the side, resulting
u a strain, and was greatly pleased
h the quick relief and cure it effec
."For sale by The R. B. Loryea
,~g Sore TIsrc MT. Loreae- Prop.
A Trie Mason Has Crossed Over.
Clarendon sustained a loss last Wed
nesday in the sudden death of Mr. An
gus Ridgill at his home, near Sumraer
ton, in the 76th year of his age. The
deceased had been complaining for a
day or two, but not seriously, and when
the icy hand was laid upon him. it came
Mr. Ridgill was what might be truly
called one of nature's gentlemen. a man
of very quiet ways. modest.retiring and
at the same time a man of close obser
ration. He always kept well posted,
had his opinions,and was generally ecr
rect in conclusions. For many years he
lived on the outskirts of Manning and
whenever he visited the town he was
lways heartily greeted by everybody.
for everybody had the highest respect
[or "Uncle Angus." When the coun
,rv called her sons to arms, he was
mong the number and no truer soldier
aver shouldered a musket than he. Co.
-L" 23rd regiment was his command.
EIe- was a devoted Mason, a charter
ember of St. Peter's. No. 54, its Tiler
ntil he could serve no longer, and so
conversant 'as he with Masonry that
e know of no man in the county bet
.er informed. He loved the order and
ts brethren. He was t true Mason and
:ried to live up to its tenets. He has
issisted at the initiations of, and raised
more Masons. than any man in this en
ire section. Storm nor sunshine kept
him away when a summons reached
him. He was as ready to go to his breth
ren. as we believe he was, when the.
;ummons came from his heavenly
Father to come unto Him.
The news of Mr. Ridgill's death
reached here Thursday evening and ex
pressions of sorrow were heard on every
hand. A good. true, patriotic citizen
had been called home. The body was
brought to Manning Friday morning
for interment. When the funeral pro
cession reached the Masonic hall, St.
Peter's Lodge, together with brethren
from the lodges of Summerton and For
eston fell in and took charge to pay the
last sad rites of honor and respect to
their beloved brother. The funeral
service was conducted first, by Rev. J.
0. Gough, pastor of the church to
which the deceased was a member, and
when he finished the Masons,with their
ancient and solemn ceremony, conclud
ed the burial service.
Mr. Ridgill leaves surviving him a
large circle of children, grandchildren
and relatives, all of whom were devoted
to him. His friends are everywhere,
who will always remember ,him fondly
as a true man, a loyal friend. The
writer has often been guided by his
wise counsels and will always remem
ber his fatherly advice when we saw
him. "Uncle Angus" was one of the
truest friends we ever had and we feel
honored in placing our tribute upon his
Mother Always Keeps It Handy.
"My mother suffered a long time
from distressing pains and general ill
health due primarily to indigestion,"
says L. W. Spalding, Verona, Mo.
"Two years ago I got her to try Kodol.
She grew better at once and now, at
the age of seventy-six, eats anything
she wants, remarking that she fears no
bad effects as she has her bottle of
Kodol handy." Don't waste time doc
toring symptoms. Go after the cause.
If our stomach is sound your health
will be good. Kodol rests the stomach
and strengthens the body by digesting
voar. food. It is nature's own tonic.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Big Time Coming.
We the undersigned citizens of Man
ning subscribe the amounts opposite
our respective names for the entertain
ment of the Tobacco Growers to be
held at the People's Tobacco Ware
house on the evening of July 23, 1902:
W. E. Jenkinson.... ..........10 00
Manning Hardware Co......... 10 00
M. M. Krasnoff................ 3 00
Thomas Nimmer............... 1 00
W. M. Brockinton.............. 1 50
J. A. Weinberg, attorney.......1 50
Bank of Manning............. 10 00
Louis Appelt................. 2 00
Louis Levi................... 3 00
Levi Mercantile Co............. 5 00
C. M. Davis &Co.............. 300
The Manning Grocery Co.... .... 3 00
S. A. Rigby.................. o 00
L. L. Wells................... 1 00
E. C. Dickson, County Auditor.. 2 00
J. M. Windham, Judge Probate.. 1 00
S. J. Bowman, County Treasurer 1 00
J. E. Ridgeway............... 1 00
S. M. Youmans, Magistrate.. 1 00
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store,
Isaac M. Loryea, Prop........3 00
B. A. Johnson................ 3 00
P. B. Mouzon.................. 1 00
J. Elbert Davis................. 2 00
J. H. Timmons................. 1 00
D. Hirschmann............... 1 00
D. Renner...... .............. 1 00
The Same Old Story.
J. A. Kelly relates an experience sim
ilar to that ~which has happened in al
most every neighborhood in the United
States and has been told and re-told by
thousands of others. He says: "Last
summer I had an attack of dysentery
and purchased a bottle of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy, which I used according to di
rectious and with entirely satisfactory
results. The trouble was controlled
much quicker than former attacks
when I used other remedies." Mr.
Kelly is a well known citizen of Hen
derson, N. C. For sale by The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea,
Summer School for Teachers.
The Summer School for white teach
ers will open in Manning on July 25th.
All of the teachers are expected to at
tend. The school will -last four weeks.
The Summer School for negro teach
ers will open in Manning on July 16th.
All of the colored teachers are expec
ted to attend. School will last four
L. L. WELLS,
48-3tj Co. Supt. of Ed.
Attention! Clarendon Rifles.
The members of the Clarendon Rifies
are ordered ito meet at the court house
Friday afternoon, July 18th, at 5 o'clock
for drill. A. C. DAVIS,
July 12, 1902. Captain.
Cures Eczema and Itching Humors.
B. B. B. (Botanie Blood Balm) is a
certain and sure cure for eczema, itch
ing skin, humors, scabs, scales, watery
blist-s", pimples, aching bones or joints,
boils, carbuncles, prickling pain in the
skin, old, eating sores, ulcers, etc. Bo
tanic Blood Balm cures the worst and
most deep-seated cases by enriching,
purifying and vitalizing the blood,
thereby giving a healthy blood supply
to the skin. Especially advised for old.
obstinate cases. Druggists, $1. Trial
treatment free and prepaid by writing
Dr. Gillam, Atlanta, Ga. Describe
trouble and free medical advice given.
For sale at The R. B. Loryea Drug
Cold comfort comes in small chunks
when the iceman serves it.
Don't Fail to Try This.
Whenever an honest trial is given to
Electric Bitters for any trouble it is
reommended for a permanent cure will
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.
Summer complaint is usually prev
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
which is always kept on hand at the
home of ye scribe. This is not intend
Id as a free puff for the company, who
lo not advertise with us, but to benefit
little sufferers who may not be within
easy access of a physician. No family
;hould be without a bottle of this med
cine in the house, especially in sum
ner time.-Lansing, Iowa, Journal.
'or sale by The R. B. Loryea Drug
store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
Jealousy is a key that opens many
If a Man Lie to You,
And say some other salve, ointment, lo
ion, oil or alleged healer is as good as
ucklen's Arnica Salve, tell him thirty
rears of marvelous cures of piles, burns,
>oiis, corns. felons, ulcers, cu-s, scalds,
>ruises and skin eruptions prove it's
he best and cheapest. 25c at The R.
3. Loryea Drug Store.
Kissing is unhealthy-if her father
,atches you at it.
r AM A CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS
from the First Congressional District of
I pledge myself to abide the result of the
Democratic primary; to supporL the nominees
;hereof: to support the political principles and
policy of the Democratic party during the term
f office for which I shall be elected, and to
ork in accord with my Democratic associates
n Congress on all party questions.
I respectfully ask the kind consideration and
support of the voters of the District.
GEO. S. LEGARE.
T W. BACOT, WHO. FROM 1892 CONTIN
uously to the present time, has seen ser
iice and had large Legislative experience in tie
3eneral Assembly of the State of South Car)
ina as a Member of the House of Represent
tves from Charleston County. and who, for the
past 4 years. has held the very responsible posi
ion of Chairman of the Judiciarv Committee of
the said House of Representatives. is and, in
the Democratic Primary Election to be held on
uesday. the 26th day of August, 1902, will be a
:andidate for nomination as the Democratic
nominee for the office of Member of the House of
Representatives of the Congress of the United
States from the First Congressional District of
.he State of South Carolina, which Distri.ct em
braces the five Counties of Berkeley. Charles
on. Clarendon. Colleton and Dorchester-sub
ject, of course, to any and all rules and regula
tions of the Democratic Party of the State, re
tarding pledges and so forth.
For State Senate.
I ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CANDIDATE
for the State Senate to the citizens of Clar
endon county, holding myself subject to all the
rules governing the primaries now existing or
which may hereafter be adopted.
HENRY B RICHARDSON.
May 19. 1902.
TO THE VOTERS OF CLARENDON COUN
ty:-Some time ago I announced in THE
MANNING TIMES that I would not be a candi
date for any office in the coming e'ection, and
until very recently I had fully intended to pur
sue this course. but recent developments with
personal appeals and petitions (unsolicited on
my part) forces me to reconsider. and I now an
nounce myself a candidate for State Senator
from this county. subject to all the rules gov
erning the Democratic primary and the general
election and will abide the result.
C. M. DAVIS.
TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS: I AM A
candidate for re-election to the State Sen
ate. upon the platform, constitution and rules
of the Democratic party. I have served in that
honorable position one term and feel that I have
given the people a conscientious service.
I am opposed to rings, cliques and combina
tions, and If re-elected will use my best efforts
to resist the encroachments of monopolies that
are fast making themselves manifest by the
combination of corporations. I favor a stili fur
ther reduction In our taxes and believe I have a
plan by which Clarendon county can get her
needed improvements without an increase of
the present tax rate.
For House of Representatives.
IHEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CANDIDACY
for the House of Representatives and re
spectfully solicit the support of all Democratic
oters of Clarendon county in the ensuing pri
nary, holding myself subject to all the rules
overning the same. R .DSHMS
IANNOUNCE MYSELF A CANDIDATE
for member of the House of Representa
ives, subject to the rules of the party. and will
tppreciate the support of all Democrats.
J. H. LESESNE.
IWILL BSE A CANDIDATE FOR NOMINTA
tion to the House of Representatives from
1arendon County at the ensuing primary elee
tion and promise to abide by the result of the
same. and to support the nominee at the gen
ral election. GEORGE IE. JONES.
IN ANNOUNCING MYSELF A CANDID)ATE
.for re-election to the House of Representa
tives I desire to say that I am not In league with
m man or set of men, but I am in the race
ipon my merits. I. M. WOODS.
For County Superintendent Education.
EEYANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
diaefrre-electiorn to the offce of County
Superindent of Education in the coming prl
nary, subject to the requirements of the Dem
,cratic party. L. L. WELLS.
TEFRIENDS OF S. P. HOLLADAY
felthat his constant and unswerving fidel
ity to the Democratic cause midst all circum
stances should be recognized; we therefore
Rlace his name in nomination for the offce of
ounty Superintendent of Education in the en
suing primary election. FRIENDS.
AM ai CANDIDATE FOR THE OFFICE
of County Superintendent of Education,
subject to the rules of the Democratic primary.
JOHN R. DINGLE.
For Judge of Probate.
HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for re-election to the offce of Probate
Judge, subject to the rules of the primary.
JAMES M. WINDHAM.
For County Auditor.
PROMSINGTO ABIDE THE RESULT OF
theDemcraicprimary, I hereby announce
myself a candidate for re-election to the offce
of County Auditor, and shall appreciate the
votes of all who believe that I have discharged
the duties of' the offce satisfactorily.
E. C. DICKSON.
IAM A CANDIDATE FOR THE OFFICE
of County Auditor and solicit your votes in
the coming primary, the results of which I
pledge myself to abide. Thanking you for the
pport you may render me. I am
T. P. CUTTINO.
IANNOUNCING MYSELF AS A CANDI
date for the offce of County Auditor I desire
to state that I have had many years of experi
ene in clerical work and can assure the people
c competent service. S. R. COLE.
For County Treasurer.
- ANOUNCE MYSELF A CANDIDATE
for re-election to the offce of County Treas
urer. acceding to the rules of the Democratic
primary. S. J. BOWMAN.
For County Supervisor.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for the offce of County Supervisor.
subject to the rules and regulations of the Dem
ocratic primary. If elected I promise faithful
work and the best service of which I am capa
ble. E. C. HORTON.
IRSETULLY SOLICIT THE VOTES
of al Dmocatsfor the offce of County Su
pervisor. promising if elected to conduct the
duties of the offce in a business and an impar
tial manner. A. P. HILL.
H A V I N G HAD EXPERIENCE WITH
county affairs. I have decided to become a
candidate for the offce of County Supervisor,
promising if elected to give my personal atten
tion to the building up of the public highways
and also promising to manage the county's
finances with an eye to the people's wvelfare
LOUIS T. FISCHER.
UPON THE SOLICITATION OF MANY
friends I hereby announce myself a candi
date for County Supervisor, subject to the ac
tion of the primary. With years of experience
in road-building I believe I can, if elected, keep
the roads satisfactory to all the people of Clar
endon County. - H. L. JOHNSTON.
I EEB .NNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
diaefrre-election to the offce of County
Supervisor, subject to the rules of the Demo
cratic party, and if elected will endeavor, as I
have in the past. to administer the affairs of the
offce for the best interests of the general pub
lic. T. C. OWENS.
Loans made on Improved Real Es
tate. Interest at 7 per cent.
Time as long as wanted.
Aply to J. A. WEIN~BERG,
??"?A Summer Trip. it*
We know that there are a great many persons who are contemplating a
summer trip somewhere, and before doing so they will have to purchase a nice
Trunk or Suit Case, for people in a great measure are judged or graded by the (
trunks or suit cases they carry.
THAT NEED can be supplied right here at our store, as we carry the lar
gest and most complete line of fine Trunks and Suit Cases ever shown in this t
town, and what is still better about our great line of Trunks, they are cheaper
than you can get the same grade of Trunks elsewhere. Why is this? The an
swer is plain: We buy in large quantities and buy them cheap.
Get' Dres SutCae , fro $1.2 to $1 pe Sui Cae
Nice large Flat Top Canvas Railroad Trunks from $3.50 to $12.50 per Trunk.4
Gent's Dress Suit Cases, from $1.25 to $10 per Suit Case. 4
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
effect on us. We are pushing our business with all the energy possible.
We carry an up-to-date stock of Dry Goods, Shoes and Clothing at all sea
sons of the year.
Closing Out Summer Goods.I
We are now closing out all Summer Goods at Sacrifice Prices in order that
there may not be any on hand the 1st of September.
Nice 12tc and 15c Dimities are now being closed out at 10c per yard.
Millinery at Very Close Prices,
We will be very glad to close out our stock of Millinery Shapes and Flowers
and the like at half price and in many cases less than cost.4
Call and see us if you want a nice Hat cheap.
W. E. JENKINSONJ
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 Wagons-the genuine old
Yes, we have the best line of BUGGIES on the market for
yon to select from. Try one and be convinced.
b0 .jMOWERS, (the best yet.)
s orn SELFU-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.
SWHY USE LARD?
THE VEGETABLE FAT
SUPERIDR IN QUALITY AND PURITY
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-ADDRESS-- dSOUTH'ERN COTTON OLCO.
SAVA~NNAH.GA. ... HCRU~sGOGA
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
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 will find yourself in -
On the Corner.
IRE BUILDING En PANAMA CANAL
ill be a great feat when accomplished. It will demonstrate how much more
erfectly organizations for carrying on great enterprises can be made in our
iuntry compared with others; it will also enable our ocean shipping to make
yages in half the time that now take months.
What the canal will do for our shipping a good Cook Stove will do in each
ome and family; it will make it possible for the cooking to be done pleasantly
1 half the time that it can be disagreeably done on a poor one.
We sell the
iarland and 0. K. Stoves and Ranges.
They are without doubt the best Stoves and Ranges built at moderate cost
the following description will show, but no description on paper can demon
rate their work.
They have Double and Locked Long Centers, Sectional Top Plate, Heavy
ottom Plate, Protected Damper Rod, Rods Mounted on outside. Accessible
lue Stopper, Cemented Top Oven Plate, Goose-Necked and Extended Back
lue, Accelerating Draft, Aluminumized Oven Doors, Oven Rack Plated with
Almost the same description will apply to the O. K. Stoves.
These Stoves are all built durable, strong and will wear well.
Below we name prices complete with Ware:
OME GARLAND No. 8-8........................ 25.00
ARLAND, JR., No. 7.........-..................-- 20.00
WOOD GARLAND, JR., No. 7-4 D......................... 18.00
, K. KING, No. 8-4-2............................ 22.00
. K. PRINCE, No. 8-3-3.......................... 13.50
). K. PRINCE, No. 7-0-3...................... ...... 9.00
We are unable for want of space to name prices.on our full line of Stoves.
Ve ask that you come and see them.
We are still selling the Blue Flame Oil Stove.
Very truly yours,
fanning Hardware Co..
Look to Your Interest.
Here we are, still in the lead, and why suffer with your eyes when you
an be suited with a pair of Spectacles with so little trouble? We carry the
Celebrated HAWKES Spectacles and 6lasses,
Vhich we are offering very cheap, from 25c to $2.50 and Gold Frames at $3
o 6. Call and be suited.
W. M. BROCKINTON.
DR. MO FFETT'S
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