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much attention and many invita
tions, but prefering to patronize
our friend Tisdale at the Sum- th
merton hotel, a hostelry the m
equal of hotels in large towns. gt
We got a fine dinner served pr
promptly and well, and every ac
attention we could ask for, we ti
certainly received. Summerton n
is a hustling town. There are a or
number of stores which carry in
large stocks of goods, but the to
Avant Mercantile Company is w]
the largest in the county, two fic
stories, on the lower floor with cc
160 feet in lergth, the shelves h
are packed with goods, and up
stairs they have a dress making is
and millinery department. Mr. w
Tom Avant is the manager and th
from the way he was selling i
goods. it would make a Manning R
or a Sumter merchant green with
envy. Mr. Avant is ably assist
ed in this immense business by
his son Ashley, and Miss Ger
trude Webber of Manning has a of
position in the Store. of
We reached home Saturday gi
night much pleased with the a
condition of the county, and er
elated over the prospect for a he
fine business this fall and winter. In
The meeting at Manning on re
last Monday was largely attend- sii
ed, and the speeches made by re
the candidates were of a high a
order. The crowd seemed to B.
take an interest in what was be- ye
ing said and as it was the day
before the election every body
as soon as the meeting adjourn
ed pulled out for home. There li
were many disappointments, be
2ause the dispensary was kept te
:losed, and a good many that de- ea
pended on carrying away a sup- i
ply for the election day saved fog
their money. th
$100 Reward, $100. m<
The readers of this paper will be pleased t th
earn that there is at least one dreaded disease
hat science has been able to cure in all its me
tages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure te
s the only positive cure known to the medical pl
raternity. Catarrh being a constitutional dis
ase. requires a constitutional treatment. Halls ki
jatarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly of
ipon the blood and mucous surfaces of the sys- foi
em. thereby destroying the foundation of the th
isease.and giving the patient strength by build
ng up the constitution and assisting nature in de
loing its work. The proprietors have so much th
ith in its curative powers, that they offer One .
undred Dollars for any case thht it fails to fo
ure. Send for list of testimonials. all
Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. t
Sold by druggists. T5c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Black River Union.
Following is the program of Black th
River Union, to be held with Provi- us
ence Baptist church, August 28-31, cu
Sermons: 1. Introductory, Friday, G. en
V. Gresham. 2. Doctrinal, Saturday, co,
. J. Meyers. 3. Missionary, Sunday, blE
I. A. Connors- at(
Devotional Exercises: 1. Friday morn- Lo
ng, M. A. Connors. 2. Saturday morn
ng, J. P. Coleman.
Topics for Discussiona: 1. Church Let
ers: (a) The best form of ; (b) Receiv
ng an applicant without a letter: (c) .s
[he recognition of letters by other A
:hurches. Opened by R. J. Kolb and Rei
. T. Gresham.Al
Missionary Work: (a) The obligation A
o engage in and promote; (b) The New Th:
['estament Plar. of. Opened by John A
). Gough and F. M. Satterwhite. ...
The Preaching of the Word: (a) Why 'I
s it not attended by a larger number TbF
f conversions? (b) the preacher and wi
he hearer - the obligations resting I:
pon each. Opened by Peter Mellett AS
mnd . A. Connors.
Revivals: (a) The necessary prepara- " T
ion for a genuine one; (b) The nature F
>f the work, (1) of the p astor, and (2) of In:
he members. Opened by E. L. Wil- A
tins and R. A. Sublett.
The Sunday School: (a) Its sphere Ee1
Lnd relation to the Church: (b) How C
o promote its usefulness in country .,
:hurches. Opened by B. P. Cuttino1
md J. J. Myers.
Systematic Benevolence: (a) The dif- 'I
icuties in the way; (b) The system s
hat works best in country churches. a
)pened by J. M. Kolb and T. D. Hug- Fo
It is earnestly hoped that the church
s will send full delegations to the
nion meeting in August, and -that
nembers other than the ones appointed 3
o "open" the discussions will be prei dic
>ared to speak on the above subjects. st
- LoUIS BRISTow, ing
F. D. HUGGINS, For Coin. wc
Sec. B. R. Union-.m
It Needs a Tonic. col
There are times when your liver m
ieeds a tonic. Don't give purgatives HE
hat gripe and weaken. DeWitt's Lit- de
,le Early Risers expel all poison from t'
he system and act as a tonic to the th
iver.' W. Scott, 531 Highland are., s
ilton, Pa., says: " I have earried De- tiC
Witt's Early Risers with me for several fO(
wears and would not be without them." TI
small and easy to take. Purely vege- .
~able. They never gripe or distress.
rhe R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
ditr The Manning Tunes:
The American Telephone and Tele- un
graph Company has completed its line su<
rom Denmark to Petersbur-g. The pe
:rew is now in Watertown. N. Y., pre
aring to build another line. frc
'Mr. Silas Kolb, who is this season at
lending Mr. N. C. Stack's gin, had a
arrow escape last Friday. While pick
ng the gin saws the fireman pulled the T
engine off a level not knowing Mr. ate
olb was cleaning the saws, and did of
not give any warning and Mr. Kolb's ho
and was carried in to the saws. The gi
:ut was not serious, but very painful. tio
Mr. Dempsey Griffin left last week
for Norfolk, Va., to accept a positicn co
with the Y. M. C. A. th
Miss Carrie DesChamps is visiting in p
Lancaster, S. C. th
Misses Smith, Stancill and Brown of
Sumter, who have been visiting Mrs.
Asbury Felder, have returned home. -
Miss Mamie Richardson, who has
been visiting friends in Greenville, S.
C.. has returned home.
Miss Inez Lide is visiting at Lumber, m
Dr'. M. D. Murray visited Charles
ton last Saturday and Sunday. 'I
A YOUNG LADY'S LIFE SAVED su:
At Panama, Colombia, by Chamberlain's Colic, -
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
Dr'. Chas. H. Utter, a prominent phy- L
sician of Panama, Colombia, in a recent d?1
letter states: "' Last March I had as a
patient a your g lady sixteen years of the.
age, who had a very bad attack of dys- en
entery. Evex',,thing I prescribed for
hex' proved inegfectual and she was
growing worse every hour. Her pa- s~
rents were sure she would die. She en
had become so weak that she could not on
turn over in bed. What to do at this hi
critical moment was a study for me, but
I thougnt of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy and as a last F
resort prescribed it. The most wonder- ta
ful result was effected- Within eight ru
hours she was feeling much better, in
side of three days she was upon her
feet and at the end of one week was en-;
tirely well." For sale by The R. B. I
Loryca Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea, at
LOUDI . PPELT, Editor.
MANNING. S. C., AUG. 27, 1902.
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY.
'suit, ciuT ION RATES:
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Sox month ............................
Four months ............................. 50
One square. one time. !1: each subsequent in
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Respect charged for as regular advertisements
Liberal contracts made for three, six and twelve
Communications must be accompanied by the
real name and address of the wrieCr in order to
No Commumecatio n of a peroiti: character
will be published ecept as an advertisement.
Entered at the Posto: lce at Manning as Sec
ond Class matter.
Our trip around the county
campaigning was very gratify
ing. We had an opportumty to
see what could be accomplished
where thrift, energy and favor
able seasons prevailed. The
crops are in excellent condition,
and the country is fast becoming
modernized and built up. No
longer do you see the old time
log school houses, devoid of com
forts, but in their stead we see
well built and comfortable
houses, where a child can set the
day long in comfort. The farm
houses are nearer than of old
and they compare very favora
bly with, in many instances, the
houses in the towns.
On last Thursday we were at
Paxville and after the meeting a
dinner was served in the Curtis
avenue for a charitable purpose,
and the candidates patronized it
liberally. The town of Paxville
a few years ago was nothing but
an undeveloped cross road, to
day it-is thriving and up-to-date
N'' age. There are two churches,
a magnificient school, several
stores, a saw mill and a ginnery,
and the business element boast
of Paxville's cotton market.
It was hard to get away from
Paxville, the people were very
hospitable, but in order to be at
the next meeting early, we drove
on to Pinewood, arriving at Miss
^Julia Brailsford's hotel after
supper, but our late arrival did
not cut us out of getting some
thing to eat. Miss Brailsford
has an established rule when
people visit her hotel, and that
is, they shall not go to bed hun
gry, and it did not take her long
to prove this. This lady de
serves a great deal of credit for
her successful management of a
hotel, and that success may be
attributed, to the care and atten
tion she gives her guests.
Dr. M. D. Murray was exceed
-ingly nice to us, and we owe the
doctor a debt of gratitude for
his delightful attention. Dr.
Murray is a hard worked man;
his practice is very extensive,
and judging from his office
equipment, library, instruments
etc., he is a hard student, and a
lover of his profession.
Friday morning after a hearty
breakfast, we went out upon the
streets and to our surprise we
saw, what, only a few years ago
-was a forest, a beautiful church,
Aa number of stores and all the
evidences of thrift.
The meeting was held under
the pines in the church grove,
and as we listened at the speech
-es we wondered if "the pines
were sighing," for well did they
*have cause to sigh, even to the
erte'lt of shedding tears. The
attendance was fairly good, and
the audience attentive, after the
speaking Mr. Charlie Jenkinson
seized a jug of liquor at the de
.pot, and shipped it to Columbia.
-We are' told that blind tigers
have annoyed that community
for some time, and the people of
Pinewood are anxious to run
them out. These blind tigers
are run by negroes, and they
conduct their business by "tot
ing" a flask in the hip pocket and
selling jersey lightning by the
From Pinewood we went to
the home of Hon. J. M. Richard
son through a section of country
which will compare with the
-famous lands of Marlboro; such
crops are an inspiration, and
worth a trip to look at. Mr.
-Richardson has a place fit for a
Prince, and if we were a man of
means just at such a place would
we like to spend the rest of our
days. The hospitality of this
gentleman and his family was
indeed so open-hearted and sin
cere that we could not help but
fall in love with them all. Sat
urday morning early Mr. Rich
ardson showed us the finest cows
in the county and one of the
best equipped farms in the State,
after breakfast, we went to Sum
merton Mr. Richardson taking
his guests in his carriage behind
a beautiful pair of bays. In the
carriage were Maj. H. B. Rich
ardson, Dr. I. M. Woods and
ourself; two opposing candidates
for the Senate riding together
was a pleasant way to do things,
and gentlemen should always
conduct themselves toward each
other that they can do as Major
J. M. Richardson and ourself
did. From~ Hon. J. M. Richard
son's to Summerton, the lands
are called the "garden spot of
Clarendon" and well might they
be so designated for- we do not
know a county or section where a
finer show can be made.
The meeting at Summerton
was held in the academy build
ing, and about the time the
speaking began the hall was not
very full, but a little later it be
gan to fill up until several had
to stand up. Everything passed
off pleasantly at this as well as
all of the other meetings. The'
audience was not demonstative
but were good listners. Here
With a heart full of gratefulness do I
ank my friends, who by their votes.
tnifested confidence in me. and to
ose who did not vote for me in the
st primary. I will say that I will ap
eciate it if they will reconsider their
tion, and in the second primary cast
eir votes for me. I have served the
ople honestly. and fearlessly. It is
t my purpose to canvass the county,
flood the country with letters. I
opose to remnai quietly at home, and
.ist my chances for re-election solely
the peopke. If there are friends
1o will take an active interest in my
ht against the encroachments of
rporate combines, to go out among
e people,they will be aiding in a good
The matter so far as I am concerned
now entirely with the people to say.
tether the corporate monopolies or
e people shall rule. Again thanking
v friends who voted for me, and hop
that many who did not will, I am
aspectfully, LOUIS APPELT
Candidate State Senate.
A Cure for Cholera Infantum.
"Last May," says Mrs. Curtis Baker
Bookwalter, Ohio. "an infant child
our neighbor's was suffering from
olera infantuin. The doctor had
een up all hopes of recovery. I took
>ottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
a and Diarrhoea Remedy to the
use, telling them I felt sure it would
good if used according to directions.
two days' time the child had fully
covered, and is now (nearly a year
ice) a vigorous, healthy girl. I have
commended this Remedy frequently
d have never known it to fail in and
igle' instance." For sale by The R.
Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Lor
the work done by the teacher-pu
s in the Clarendon County Summer
hool, we think, compares favorably
th that done in any other county.The
tchers at all times manifested an
rnestness of purpose and a desire for
provement that can but result in
od for themselves. The instructors
and it a genuine pleasure to teach
the whole school were highly pleas
with the month's work and the
nth's stay in Manning. Many of
em say that it was the most pleasant
>nth of their lives, and as a body of
ichers they realize that much of this
tasure came by reason of the many
2dnesses shown them by the people
Manning. They appreciate the ef
-,s made by Mr. Louis Appelt and
others for their enjoyment at the
ightful reception so kindly tendered
m. They furthermore are grateful
the kind hospitality shown them by
and take this opportunity of re
ning thanks for all these good
gs. G. T. PUGH.
A Necessary Precaution.
on't neglest a cold. It is worse
in unpleasant. It is dangerous. By
ng One Minute Cough Cure you can
e it at once. Allays inflammation,
ars the head, soothes and strength
the mucous membrane. Cures
ighs, croup, throat and lung trou
s. Absolutely safe. Acts immedi
y. Children like it. The R. B.
ryea Drug Store.
'[Published by request.]
peak well of thy neighbor, whoever he be.
sperse not his name when abroad:
nember in absence your victim is he,
nd his name you can blast with a word.
bough he's poor-like thyself-he's man.
d impulses. truthful andl kind;
life-like to his-on earth's but a span,
nd charity's vision is blind.
o err is but human. we all have our faults,
here are none of us scathless on earth,
lofty of soul-a frail one-exalts,
equething its station and worth.
at matters condition if truth be the test:
cs riches make peace with your God:
a maxim. the lowly are often the best.
ough muolderin:: under the sod.
he beggar who's fainting implores yon for
as a right to your bounty, believe:
iumanity's name he asks to be fed.
d the Christian with heart will relieve.
1mishing nature commands your respect.
orget not thy duty elsewhere;
ore you condemn, take time and reflect.
redit not all the slanders you hear.
here's judgments to come where all will b~e
ich and poor no distinction will tiad.
your Maker alone ' is pardon secured.
a be merciful. generous and kind.
ak well of thy neighbor whoever he be.
sperse not his name when abroad;
'get not that ransom which Christ gave to
d judge not in the presence of God."
To My Friends.
t is with joy I tell you what.Kodol
for me. I was troubled with my
mach for several months. Upon be
advised to use Kodol, I did so, and
rs cannot tell the good it has done
.A neighbor had dyspepsia so that
tried most everything. I told him
use Kodol. Words of gratitude have
n to me from him because I recoin
nded it.-Geo. W. Fry. Viola. Iowa.
alth and strength, of inind 'and body,
end on the stomach, and normal ac
ity of the digestive orgaus. Kodol,
great reconstructive tonic, cures all
ach and bowel troubles, indiges
, dyspepsia. Kodol digests any good
d you eat. Take a dose after meals.
e R. B. Loryea Drug Stora.
For State Senate.
0 THE VOTERS OF CLARENDON COUN
ty:-Some time ago I announced in THE
NIG TDMEs that I would not be a candi
e for any onlece in the commng election, and
.l very recently I had fully intended to pur
ithis course, but recent developments with
onal appeals and petitions (unsolicited on
part) forces me to reconsider. and I now an
mce myself a candidate for State Senator
m this county, subject to all the rules gov
ting the Democratic primary and the general
etion and will abide the result.
C. M. DAVIS.
O THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS: I AM A
candidate for re-election to the State Sen
upon the platform, constitution and rules
the Democratic party. I have served in that
orable position one term and feel that I have
en the people a conscientious service.
am opposed to rings. cliques and combina
s. and if re-elected will use my best efforts
resist the encroachments of monopolies that
fast making themselves manifest by the
nbination of corporations. I favor a still fur
r reduction in our taxes and believe I have a
.n by which Clarendon county can get her
ded improvements without an increase or
present tax rate.
For County Superintendent Education.
HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for re-election to the onleec of County
perindent of Education in tihe coming pri
.ry. subject to the requirements of the Dem
-a'tic party. L. L. WE LLS.
H E FRIENDS OF S. P. HOLLADAY
feel that his constant and unswerving 11del
to the Democratic cause midst all circum
.ces should be recognized: we therefore
.ce his name in nomination for the oni1cc of
untv Superintendent of Education in the en
g primary election. FINS
For County Supervisor.
'PON THE SOLICITATION OF MANY
friends I hereby announce myself a candi
e for County Supervisor, subject to the aec
n of the primary. With years of experience
road-building I believe I can, if elected, keep)
roads satisfactory to all the people of Clar
on County. H. L. JOHNSTON.
HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
idate for re-elcction to the oni1ce of County,
pervisor, subject to the rules of the Demo
itic party. and if elected will endeavor, as I
ve in the past, to administer the affairs of the
cc for the best interests of the gereral pub.
T. C. OWENS.
For Magistrate at Paxville.
AVING BEEN URGED BY FRIENDS. I
hereby announce myself a candidate for
position of Magistrate at Paxville under the
les of the Democratic party.
L. S. U3ARWICK.
For Magistrate in Salem.
HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
date for Magistrate in Salem. and pledge to
ide the decision of the primary.
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. . . . . O . . . . . . . - - --
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . - . - - . - '- -
. . . . . . . . . . . . . *- . . . - -
zo , ~ Wm. Elliott.
SttJno. Gary Evans.
.. ,..Jno. J. Hemphill.
SD. S. Henderson.
o George Johnstone. I
o z o o A. C. Latimer.
c. to .Martin F. Ansel.
z . . . .:, 'D . C. H eyw ard.
a to tW. Jasper Talbert
,J James H. Tillman.
W. H. Timmerman
Cole L. Blease.
Frank B. Gary.
Sto to tJohn T. Sloan. -
I_ _J. Thomas Austin. m
J. T. Gantt.
to to c, o to to C J. Harvey Wilson. .
c A ~U. X. Gunter, Jr.
o W. F. Stevenson. .
-q R. H. Jennigs. Trea
Ce: . . 4 -4 .. -. ,....r.. - c reercCto- "o CC-4 -".- :,
: - tc "a . C; em,.- - N. W. Brooker. I o
r- - A. W. Jones.
' I . - . - ". . s -t . -o - cw W. H. Sharpe.
.. . ,. . - t G. L. Walker.
. . to -. t ,zvwww too . w-t twto John J. McMahan. j a1
. I.-Q C to . r to m r "- - . to As.me to t 0. B. Martin. 0
. . CD o--e . rs- s e ctroC7 0 to - a to0 -
- 1 Paul E. Ayer. a
0:t. . c , . J. C. Boyd.
c o - -A to1 G:c .;.- , A~ accct co-C 1 -
. . ,. 0 . - to Cr C e= w }. - sto c, John D. Frost. ,..
: ,. John M. Patrick.
- --- - (eorae D. Rouse. .
A ,. " : James Cansler.
zo . . ."B. L. Oaughman.
- C eCc . ctoe :ctocMCc x -cC.
o o oC ato .- ca .r - W. Boyd Evans.
oe c o c oc c A. 0. Jepson.
e , __ __ _to____C , t
wto toro "- t---Aaeo JonG Mo ey
~ .rr:.-. ."- ~ ~e c-"7 cccco 5?o p
. ..Hugh H. Prince.
.~ ~ . . . .. .. .ileo-n
- - . . - * . -.: CT C A -4 -
- J. G. Wolling.
,, .... r-- ,, ccc T. W. Bacot.
J G. CZ. A " C c c 0A C.__ Jepson.
So ci-ugh Lois Appelt. I i
0. M. Davis.
" hI U. 0. Galluchat.
tzI cc - C, - c;. 0-0_____0:+_o__
,.,K to~ c~ - to Cc".,. " H. B. Richardson. ;
to ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ T W.Baot oy:~o. '-a0 fcOc
oJ. H. Lesesne.
01 C. ______Louis__Appe__ t.__
I. M. Woods.
C, . - t . George R. Jonies. .
R. S. DesChamps.
John C. Lanam.
c: C - "I t t - cc)- J. W. Kennedy.
J. . enndy
S- - i a Jdge
0 z __ to OD 7rJ. M. Windhan._ Prob
L. T. Fischer. o
" . .. A. P. Hill.
t T. C. Owens.
t . - cc t H. L. Johnson.
E. C. Horton.
L. L. Wells. ?
Sa ~. .." S. L. Thompson.
0 _ - S. P. Holladay. n
to : ~John R. Dingle.
SS. J. Bowman. Treaf
to . : S. R. Cole.
, 2 t QE. C. Dickson.
T. P. Cuttino.
J. W. Heriot.
..................o S. M. Youmans.
J. J. Bragdon.
Jos. E. Richbonrg. For
..... .... .. A. J. Richbourg. St P
. .. J. H. Keels. P
H. B. Bateman.
L. S. Barwick.
0. L. Griffin. pin
..Hugh _P. Gibbons.
.......................... J. E. Beard. CB
. . . . . . f~: . . . . . . J. P. Turbeville. .*
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~2I: W. H. H.Hobbs. =
Totals as declared by Executivc Committee.
Sccond primary: Davis and Appelt for Senate; Owens and John
son for Supervisor; Wells and Holladay for Superintendent of Ed
ucation: Youmans and Heriot for Magistrate at Manning: Bateman
and Barwick for Magistrate at Paxville; Hobbs and Turbeville for
Maitate in Salem.
Why You Should Insist on Having
EJREKA HARNESS OIL
j nequalcd by any other.
Renders hard leather soft.
((eeps out water.
A heavy bodied oil.
An excellent preservative.
Reduces cost of your harness.
Never burns the leather; its
Efficiency is increased.
Secures best service.
Stitches kept from breaking.
-~ sold in all
L~ocalities M~anuscuared by
Standard Oil Company.
Take Notice !
I HAVE OPENED MY
Seing Mocin 8Iore & R)oir Sio~s
in the Levi Block, next door
to Dr. W. M. Brockinton's
I clean and repair Machines and
I sell the Celebrated
!all-3easn New Iome ad outhland
$20 to $50.
Also the finest grade Sewing Machine
Oil, Belts, Needles and Attachments
for all kinds of Machines.
ORGANS and. PIANOS
for the largest house South. Call and
A. I. BARRON,
'Phone No. 4 or No. 29.
Pure Corn Whiskey.
4 Fill Qq S Qo t
$3.00. E' A4D.PO
This is old stock whiskey,
pu pin plain *..cotton woo0 d
caspsholdig AC to cse. aNd
Twelve bottles .C to case. No E
marks to indi- eate contents.
This whiskey s escally
suitable f o rmdcnlpr
poses, belng pure and of the
best quality. R Youare at lb
erty to have your family
physician test fu ,.c. i and if not
satisfactory re -. turn it at my
expense and I will r e fund
your money. No family
should be withut a case. No
order must call for less
than four qts. by express pre.
list. In orderng remeember whis canot be
shipped C. 0. D., and all orders must be accom
Addrs alcommunications to
HAMLET, N. C.
SPECIAL BRAND" Corn Wikey.. $ I 1
"POPLAR LOG." Old. Smooth. Mellow. s200
PRIVATE STOCK. 4t. case......10
HUNTING CREEK Re. 1s.t cas.. 7 00
Apple - - --
KCharge of2c for 1al. c fr -g., and
when returned prepaid, they will be taken back
J. C. SOMERS & CO.,
STATESVILLE, North Carolina.
TA ILOR IN C.
To all who would like to have their
Clothes Cleaned, Dyed Repaired and
-Pressed, call and see the new Tailor in
rear of McLeod-Wilkins-King Co.'s.
store, who will give you a first class job.
Come in and see me.
L. L. MCDONALD.
Land For Sale.
One hundred and forty acres of good
farming land, known as the " John Dy
son" p'iace, about five miles west o
Manning, no0w owned by Estate of Miss
Anna L. Burekmeyer, will be sold at
private sale. Am now ready for bids
Parties wishing to purchase will
please correspond with or call and see
me. A. L. BARRON.
Manning, S. C.
Bring' ynnr Job Work to The Times offie.
Napolen, the great French Emperor, lost his empire
and sway of power by a fit of indigestion, incapacitating
him at a time when all his mental faculties were required
to direct the movements of troops at Waterloo.
There is no doubt about a man's business suffering
through his eating badly prepared food.
Do not make it impossible for your wife to have your
meals nicely cooked by furnishing the kitchen with a
worthless Cook Stove. Get a
They cost no more than the others and are the best, be
cause they have the latest improvements known to stove
We have some special bargains in Stoves; see them.
We have a carload.
Manning Hardware Co.
For more money the past week at the
TIMMONSVILLE, S. C.,
ban it has sold for in years. Oar average is from $10 to $25.
We have no tickets turned, no dissatisfied customers; every
ody well pleased all the time.
We Have Ten Good Buyers,
nough to protect you. We have large Stemmeries to handle your
obacco. It is exported direct to the foreign markets from here.
Try the PALMETTO and you will come again; you will not
Dur Prices Are High Every Day
It does not take fine tobacco to bring fine prices at the- PAL
IiETTO WAREHOUSE; just what you have will bring high.,
prices at the PALMETTO. Try us sometimes. w b h
[REDWAY & McELVEEN, Proprietors
R. F. BETTS, Auctioneer.
Will Welcome this News B
THE PRICES ON
Meats & Flour
HAVE BEEN REDUCED.
We are loading wagons each day with
Groceries at Way-Down Prices.
WHY NOT YOURS?
oWe are bidding low for trade from
every point in the county.
Never before was there such prices )
and goods in your reach. 1f
Remember, we are satisfied with
less profit; therefore we can sell you at
such low figures that will warrant your
Save You Iloney.
yCome and ive us that first order and
you will surely come again.
The Lowest Price
Makers of this Age.
Sum merton, S. C. F