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MANNING, S. C., SEPT. 30, 1903.
The school building has been very
much improved with a dress of new
Tomorrow is the Jewish fast day, and
the Jewish business men will have their
places of business closed.
Mr. W. G. King deserves much
credit for keeping Mlanning's cotton
market to a high standard.
The largest crowd of the season was
in Manning last Saturday, and the
merchants did a thriving trade.
The way W. P. Hawkins & Co.. is
selling wagons is a sign that the peo
ple have plenty of crop to market.
Mr. Charles F. Jenkinson has resign
ed his position on the constabulary
force and has accepted a clerkship in
Jenkinson's department store.
On last Wednesday a cow belonging
to Mr. S. L. Stidham gave birth to
twin calves. The cow is seven years
old and is the mother of 6 calves.
Ralph Bingham delighted a large
audience last Friday evening at the In
stitute hail. Those who heard him for
the first time laughed themselves
Oysters and cream will be served in
Paxville next Friday night, October 2,
in the interest of the Baptist church.
Owing to the weather the service will
be either on the church yard or at the
For a bilious attack take Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and a
quick cure is certain. For Sale by The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store,Isaac M. Lor
Last Friday Mr. T. E. Green, from
the Turbeville section, fell off from the
tram on Alderman's railroad and was
killed. The deceased was about 45
years old, and was on his way home
The trustees of this school ought to
investigate and see if Manning can
participate in the Peabody school fund.
The town is large enough and we
think the attendance is also. It is worth
Mrs. W. E. Jenkinson who is serious
ly ill was taken to Dr. Mood's infirmary
last Saturday night, and an operation
was performed Sunday which to the
delight of her family and friends she
stood well, and all of us 'hope for a
Rev. J. M. Holladay of Virginia
preached two able sermons in the
Presbyterian church last Sunday morn
ing and evening. Mr. Holladay has
accepted the call to the pastorate of
this church and the congregation is
pleased with him. He left yesterday
for his Virginia home to bring his fam
ily to Manning
Bultman Brothers have in this issue
an advertisement which we wish our
readers to carefully read. This con
cern is one of the most reliable shoe
houses in the State, and it has made a
wonderful success in the wholesale line.
They handle shoes direct from the fac
tories and are in position to supply
merchants to advantage.
We learn that the farmers in Sumter
county have taken to the Clarendon
idea, to hold their cotton seed for a
better price, and if they cannot get a
fair price for them, they will put them
back into the grountd. The agitation~
of this matter has had the effect of op
ening the eves of the farmers to the,
value of their seed. and in this county
very few are selliug.
Mr. C. W. Pickering, who was one
of the salesmen in the Jenkinson de
partment store has accepted a position
in the post office to take the place of
Mr. Armon F. McIntosh who expects
to go back on the road as a traveling
salesman. Mr. McIntosh was in the
post office one month and in that short
time made himself so efficient that the
post master gave him up with great
reluctance. He is a very worthy young
man, bright, attentive to business, cor
rect and courteous.
Everybody that visits Manning is
struck with'its beauty, and. its health
ful water, and if our town authorities
would clay the streets we would have
an ideal'town. The streets of this town
can be clayed with a comparative small
cost, and the outlay would be one of
~the best investments the town can
make; we know of nothing which adds
more to a town's prosperity than good
hard streets, and as we are looking
upward in the commercial and manu
facturing lines, our town authorities
can aid very much by building good
"Just in the nick of time our little boy
was saved" writes Mrs. W. Watkins of
Pleasant City, Ohio. "Pneumonia had
played sad havoc with him and a terri
ble cough set in besides. Doctors treated
him, but he grew worse every day. At
length we tried Dr. King's New Discov
ery for Consumption, and our darling
was saved. He's now sound apd well."
Everybody ought to know, it's the only
sure cure for coughs, colds and all lung
diseases. Guaranteed by The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store. Price 50c and8$1.00.
Trial bottles free.
Editor The Mannina Times:
The Pinewood Academy opened on
Monday, 21st with Prof. R. 0. McCutch
en of Bishopville, S. C. as principle
with Miss Meta Sullivan of Laurens, S.
C , as assistant.
Mrs. P. M. Salley and mother have
returned home after an extensive visit
Our Magistrate's court is crowded
every day sending a few '"down the
line" while the balance of the unfortu
nate ones "goes down in his jeans" and
still we have miserable roads and in
bad weather are almost impassable.
We have, been chocked and gaged to
death en promises about the "gang"
coming up here, we dont get any bene
fit from the fines from our magistrate's
court. Where do they go?
Mr. Manning Richardson, son of Maj.
H. B. Richardson has accepted a posi
tion with a business firm in Caiden, S.
Capt. A. M. Brailsford came down
from Camden, S. C.. last week on a bus
iness trip. hadolevsn h
%- Mr. Ransom Richado evso h
.0ttake a course in a business col
lege at Macon, Ga.
Prof. A. R. Williams of Rock Hil],S.
C.. is teaching the Fulton school.
Confederate Veterans Reunion, Augusta, Ga.
Low Rates Via Atlantic Coast Line.
Tickets on sale November 9 and 10,
1903 from all points in Georgia and
South Carolina beyond a radius of one
hundred miles of Augusta, and Novem
1>er 10 and 11 from points within radius
of one hundred miles of Augusta. and
for trains scheduled to arrive is Augus
ta before noon of November 12, 1903.I
Final limit of all tickets will be Novem
ber 13, 1903. The rate from Manning
to Augusta and return for this occa
sion will be $3.15.
W. J. CRAIG.
General Passenger Agent.
H. M. EM1ERSON,
Editor The M:nninC Times:
It seems like times are mighty hard
and that there ain't much to write
about, and yet when I stop to think
there is just lots and cords of stuff that
ought to be told. And Mr. Editor in
the outset I want to congratulate the
woll-hat brigade. They tell me that
this same wool-hat-one-gallus crowd
met in Manning last Saturday, and in
fact that the trust guns even frowning
down upon them from all the surround
ing hills, completely surrounded and
appearantly at their mercy, inspite of
this big fact. this one gallus crowd
dared to meet and elect a commander
whose name is JUSTICE. All lye got
to say is "go it boys, I glory in your
spunk." Trim your ranks, polish up
your old flint and steel. inside and out,
so that when you call on her she can
pop clear, and shoot straight. For I
t;ll you fellows we've got to use her.
We ain't got a gun half as big as that
trust gun I told about. but we've got a
ieap more of 'em, on with a little gun
shot. I hear that one merchant in
Manning has come out like a man and
declared which side he was on. He
said the farmer was the man he had to
look to for the sale of his goods, and
therefore the farmer was his friend,
and that he wot.ld sell no trust goods.
Every farmer in Clarendon pulls his
hat to that merchant. Brother, watch
and see what the -sign of promise" is.
And now why can't more of our mer
chants take the same stand. Some say
"It ain't no use, this farmers movement
ain't going to amount to anything."
No it never will amount to anything if
we don't go at it like we mean business.
I know everybody remembers that
pretty little verse, "Little drops of
water. Little grains of sand." Alright
big help ain't the only kind of help we
need now. We need the big help and
the little help, and a heap of it. And
I just want to say again to the mer
chants of Clarendon. Whose side are
you on? Come out from behind the
bushes and be men. It ain't no use for
the merchant and the farmer to try to
get along without one another. They
can't do it. They ought to be and act
like brothers, and I believe that is
about the feeling that exists between
But our merchants haven't taken
time to think out what is the matter.
Merchants, I believe that when you
realize that your best friends are in
danger, you will come to his relief.
We are in trouble and we are going to
do all we can for self-protection, relief
and so on, but you can help us if you
will. Now, Mr. Editor, a few words
along another line. The farmers on
last Saturday dug up an old muzzle
loading gun that's been buried ever
since the revolutionary war, and to
everybody's surprise she was in excel
lent condition, only needed a little rub
bing up to do good work. She got the
rubbing of course, and was loaded ac
ording to order. She was loaded and
laid by ready for use at. a moments no
tice. Now we dont want to have to
shoot that gun, for I tell everybody I
know what she is loaded with and when
she does shoot, somebody is going to
git hit, and hurt. Now we dont want
to hurt anybody that ain't our aim or
intention. but we've got to protect our
selves. As I said once before, we are
the most innocent set of little lambs
you ever saw. if you will treat us right.
but our leader's name is JU-STICE, and
nd justice we have got to have, or
omebod's got to know the reason
h. This particular gun was loaded,
ocked and primed for the cotton seed
il mills. All we want is justice, and
justice cannot and will not allow any
man or set of men to buy our produce
nd realize a profit of fromn 50 to 100
per cent. We can't stand that and we
~von't-stand it. for the very good reason
that we dont have to. We have decid
d that before we will fill your coffers
ny fuller, we will bury our seed and
ll'our corn houses a little fuller. There
is reason and sense in that for our
Leader JUSTICE says so and we are go
ing to stand by JUSTICE.
A Purgative Pleasure.
If you ever took DeWitt's Little Ear
y Risers for biliousness or constipation
you know what a purgative pleasure is.
These famous little pills cleanse the lhv
er and rid the system of all bile without
producing unpleasant effects. They do
not gripe, sicken cr weaken, but give
Lone and strength to the tissues and or
ans involved. W. H. Howel of Hous
ton Tex., says "No better pill can be
sed than Little Early Risers for con
stipation. sick headache, etc." Sold by
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Editor The Manning Times:
The Paxville High School opened to
a with Prof. A. T. Davis as principal
nd Misses Sophie Huggins and Eva
Curtis as assistants. These teachers
served our school faithfully last session
and we feel sure they will do all in
their power to make this session even
more successful than last. The schools
in this district have .consolidated and
so we will only have one school and .it
supposed to run about nine, months in
the year. The taxpayers in this dis
trict seem to be wide awake on the
subject of education, and truly we can
boast of having one of the best schools
aking all things into consideration.
The entertainment given here by
the W. C. T. U. last Friday evening
was quite a success.
Mrs. Greir of Sumter has been
spending some time here with friends
Rev. J. D. Huggins attended the
opening exercises of the Welsh Neck
High School at Hartsville last Wed
Mrs. King and Miss Eva Curtis vis
ited Summerton last week.
What come very near being a fatal
accident occurred at the planing mill
of the Paxvill Lumber Co.,last Friday.
Judge H. B. Bateman while standing
near the machine was struck by a brok
en belt and thrown to the ground. It was
at first thought that he was seriously
injured but investigation proved hi
injuries to be only slight though pain
Mr. Frank Huggins is attending
shool at Hartsville this session.
There were twvo marr-iages in our
community y esterday-Mr. H e n r y
DuBose anid Miss Dotia Wise. and Mr.
Sep Geddings and Miss Julia Caraway.
Rev. J. D.~ Huggins performed both
Paxville, S. C. Sept. 2S.
"I have been troubled with my stom
ach for the past four year-s." says D. L.
Beach, of Clover Nook Farn, Greenfield.
Mass. "A few days ago 1 was induced
to bu a box of Chamberlain's Stomach
ad iver Tablets. I have taken part
o them and feel a great deal better."
If you have any trouble with your stom
ach try a bottl'e of these Tablets. You
are cetain to be pleased with the result.
Price 25 cents. For sale by The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea.
HissIife Saved by Chamberlain's Colic, Chole
ra and Diarrhoea Remedy.
"B. L. Byer a well known cooper of
this town, says he believes Chamber
lain's Colic, Choler-a and Diarrhoea
Remedy saved his life last summer-.
He had been sick for a month with what
the doctors called bilious dysentery, and
could ge: nothing to do him any good
until he tried this remedy. It gave him
immediate relied." says B. T. Little.
mrchant. Hancock, Md. For sale by The
R. B. Loyea Drug Store. Isaac N. Lor
S. I. Till & Co., Levi block.
The Furniture Man, Levi Block. [tf.
Get your Writing Tablets at Rigby's.
Boy's Clothing a. specialty. S. A.
Scrap Bundles 50 and S100 sizes at
Remember Krasnoff's Special Bar
gain Day Oct. 8.
Krasnoff's furniture store is the place
you are looking for.
All the new styles in Schloss B~ros.
Clothing at Rigby's.
Prices lower than the lowest ever
named at Louis Levi's.
Just received an up-to-date line of
I extra Pants at Rigby's.
Values in Ladies Skirts that are un
precedented. Louis Levi.
Come quick and save money-first
come first serve. Louis Levi.
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
We are showing the correct thirg in
Ien's Neck Wear at Rigby's.
Bigger savings on more kinds of mer
chandise than ever before. Louis Levi.
Plant Wood's tested and true Wheat
Seed. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
The prettiest line of Black Dress
Goods ever shown in Manning at
Not how cheap but how good, is the
motto of S. L. Krassnoff in the furni
The best possible qualities and the
best possible service in Dress Goods.
Day and night Krasnoff's Under
taking department is prepared for all
Our Umbrellas are good rain shed
ders and will stand a lot of hard ser
vice. Louis Levi.
Wanted for 1904-A good one or two
horse share farm. Address F. C. Hin
son, Summerton. S. C. [4t
We sell our Goods on this plan: a
little margin on everything, a large
one on nothing. Louis Levi.
If you would like to have some of
your hard earned dollars saved for
future days, buy your :Clothing here.
For Sale-A fine plantation within 3
miles of Manning, well equipped with
buildings. The terms can be had by
applying to this office.
To Rent for 1904-That fine planta
tion 5 miles from Alcolu known as the
Wentworth DuRant place. Apoly to
H. Harby, Sumter, S. C. [tf.
For Sale. 98 acres of land adjoining
L. L. Wells in Santee township, also
200 acres of land adjoining Jeff D.
Holladay in Mt. Zion township apply
at this offiee.
There has been placed into our hands
for sale 416 acres of land, in Mt. Zion
township, known as the "Dennis" land.
Price and terms can be had upon ap- z
plication at this office.
For Rent or Sale-The two story
Store in Summerton now occupied by
Dr. D. 0. Rhame as a drug store, will
after November 15th be for rent or sale.
Dr. Rhame is now having a large brick
store built near the depot to accommo
date his increasing business. -
JAS. 11. CriANDLER.
occupy the handsomest
solicit the patronage of
owng yua very hn
thern markets, NO OLD
.......83.50 to $18.00
..........3.00 to $18.00
........75c. to $6.00
d Boy's Pants.
mu that our prices are cor
611 ftP e
Editor The Manning Times
The streets of our town wzre crowded wit1
people last Saturday and al. of the busines
men say they made tine sale..
"u. _. J. lichbouru is hivin: his law &ftic
built in the businc:..s part of the town.
Mr. 1. I. Tindal of Greenville was in town
to: . 1-'red Lanhamn who haS been playing bast
ball with Knoxville. Tenn.. returned home las
Monday looking well.
Richbour: tiros. have added a large bugg:
house to their livery stables.
The two dwelling houses being erected by the
B3elsor estate are nearing completion.
Work has begun on the large brick store o
Dr. D. 0. Rhame.
After a stay of several weeks our popula
hello girl has returned from the Ise of Paln
and other pleasure resorts looking well.
October tirst is the day for the pet deer a
Capers & Co's. store to be Weighed and th'
lucky gucsser will have an pretty little fawn.
S m:nerton. S. C. Sept. _9. 19:1.
The Pleasure of Eating.
Persons suffering from indigestion
dyspepsia or other stomach trouble wil
find that Kodol Dyspepsia Cuae digest:
what you eat and makes the stomaci
sweet. This remedy is a never failing
cure for indigestion and dyspepsia and
all complaints affecting the plaads 01
membranes of the stomach or digestiv
tract. When you take Kodol Dyspepsit
Cure everything you eat tastes good
and every bit of the nutriment that youi
food contains is assimilated and appro
priated by the blood-and tissues. Soli
by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Disturbances of strikers are not near
ly as grave as an individual disorder of
the system. Overwork, loss of sleep
nervous tension will be followed by ut
ter collapse, unless a reliable remedy is
immediately emyloyed. There's noth.
ing so efficient to cure disorders of the
liver or kidneys as Electric Bitters. It's
a wonderful tonic, and effective nervine
and the greatest all around medicin<
for run down systems. It dispels ner
vousnessrheumatism and neuralgia and
expels malarial germs. Only 50c. and
satisfaction guaranteed by The R. B.
Lo ryea Drug Store.
Timbers of oak keep the old
homestead standing through
the years. It pays to use the
"Men of oak" are men in
rugged health, men whose
bodies are made of the sound
Childhood is the time to lay
the foundation for a sturdy con
stitution that will last for years.
Scott's Emulsion is the right
Scott's Emulsion stimulates
the growing powers of children,
helps them build a firm
foundation for a sturdy consti
Send for free sample
SCOTT & BOwNE, Chemists,
409-415 Pearl Street, New York.
Soc. and $l.00; all druggists.
SR. DOZIER CUTTINo.
__ Is now in full blast an
building in the cIty, and
~ OUR CLAREE
son e stock of th newe
MEINS AIND B(
S All fresh from the Nc
S Men's Suits........
Boy's Knee Suits.. ..
Great line of Men's a1
A call will convince y
THiE OLD) DRUJG STORE. I
~Rhames Drug Store~
Summerton, S. C.
For All Schools. a
Scratch Pads, Examination Tablets, Pencils,
4Pens. Composition Books, Writing Tablets.
There will be aa
R1E MOVAL -:. S AIJE
soon-that is before moving into the new store.
Wholesa,1e P'rices to Merchants
on Laudanum, Paregoric, Castor Oil, Essence
Lemon, Extract Vanilla, Spirits Turpentine, Qui
nine, etc., 35c to 75c per dozen.
Hoyt's Dime Cologne..... ..... ...7cper doze!
Hoyt's Nickel Cologne. .... .. ....45c per dozen
Rhame's Drug Store.
are caref ully prepared at RHAME'S DRUG
STORE. We promise the public, not better ser
vice than can be had elsewhere, but certainly asI
good. Our long experience justi~les this state
SRhame's Drug Store,
SUnnmERTON, S. C.
Grove's Tonic..... ..........35c
R. F. Fever Tonic............75c
ScratchW Pas Ex mn takepalesr e nnc
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WhlAaepplces Bom Mrntsoy
on Ludanm, Pro yed Suas. Oisurt, (Rsed)e
Lemon, Extra Butterup, Nastts ur tium, (Yei-w
nieet.,35 t 7 califrniaoeppe Pas
Hoyt's Nicker Coo n thmm loe ....... 5 ericazn
are areull prpa d, at (Mare' aRU ei)
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Fas Blck at.....................8. 75 cot $ 10
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BlueFlanel at. . .... . . .... .00 woth 0.5
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Men'sand oys'Odd ants
L"';... hoe eparmen
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Ladis' Kd-LiedDongla Uper
Stoc Tip Soid Sle hoes at.. 8.35
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W extend a hearty welcome to our Clarendon friends
at our HANDSOME STORE No. 10 South Main St.
Where you will find one of the largest stocks of
Clotbhiig, Hatay, Sboces and
YOUR MOE ACFITDE O GIVE SAT
ever brought to any one store in this section of South
- We are showing a -beautiful line of, STROUSE
5Bros. HIGH ART CLOTHING in all of the latest :Cuts
an arc.Rmme ht vr UTi akdu with an Insurance Policy that they issue, which means :
5YOUR MONEY BACK IF IT DOES NOT GIVE SAT- .
Our She 810c
full of all the Nobby Fall Styles ranging in price from
$1.25 o B. Stetson Co's New Fall Creations in
HATS at $3.00.
Our stock of Me ed CLOTHING is as
good as money could bu , ey are direct from the -
largest manufacturers in thi y and they were
bought with an eye to have our.cus
We will save you money on your fa
ING and stand ready to show our Stock whe
wish to purchase or not.
STUBBS BROS., .
S No. 10. South Main St., Su-mter S. C.
THE SEASON HAS PASSED,I
THE 'SUMNER IS ENDED,
HAnd 'our mammoth stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Cloth
ing, Gent's Furnishings and everything in the way of Fall and
Winter Goods is ready for public inspection.
In tireptiedepartment we are showing the nobbiest
line of stuff imaginable, and are in position to meet any compe
ting prices out against us.
We are also showing the loveliest line of Dress Patterns wi'th~
ITrimmings to match, ever shown in the city. All-the new ideas,
and everything for correct winter wear, we have it. All we ask
is an opportunity to convince our customers of the fact, as we
I Silk Department.
Having already sold completely out of our first shipment of
36-inch Black Taffeta Silk, have made a second order, the kind -
we are making such a run on at $1 per yard, while the guaran
teed kind at $1.50 is quite as mnch in demand.
SWe are also selling just as many Silk Waist Patterns as ever,
and we have some perfect dreams in Silk Waistings and the new
Fleece-Lined Goods thac are the corrcct things for early fall.
PrcsLadies' Walking Skirtis.
Prcsranging as below:
$1.50, $2, $2.50, S3, $3.50 and $5.
Basgains in every one at the price.
ai ngonysmall space will quote only a. few prices in this
I iethousand yards best American Print s....... c per yard
Four thousand yards Huron Fast Colored Percales.. 5 e per yard
Six thousand yards extra heavy Checked and Plaid
I Colored Homespuns, only .................. o per yard
Everything else in Domestics, prices ranging in proportion.
IWHITE MARSAILLES SPREADS, full ten.quarter, $1,
$1.25, S2, $2.25, $2.50 and $3 each.
Eemstitched 10-4 Sheets, 7~5e.I
Pillowv Cases to match, two for 25c.
ABLE OIL CLOTHIS.
I T All colors and kind.
We are still headquarters for Men's and Children's Hose, 10c,
three pair for 25c.
jNOW for a Word About Shoes.
While every man thinks he has the best line of shoes on the
Smarket, we let the old reliable Hamilton-Brown Shoes speak for
themselves. The world-wide reputation in these goods is fully
sufficient to do ii. So when you want a first class Ladies' Shoe
ask to see the American Lady, Own Make or Picnic Shoe and be
IOur American Gentleman Box Calf, Vie~i Kid, Patent Leather
Bluchers are what the man makes a rush for when he wants
something swell for correct wear. E
CHILDREN'SISCHJOOL SHOES-A SPECIALTY.
Schloss Bro's Clothing.
IMade to measure or ready to wear. Fits guaranteed or no
pay. Yonrs for business,
18. A. FRIcGiBY.'
IJ. H. RIGBY, Mngr
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