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This you can do by seeing and bu'ing from our large stock of1 C1
Buggies, Wagons :"
and Harness, t
of all styles and best quality. We have a house full of them and m
must make room for our fall stock. u
If it is A NICE BUGGY you want at a right price we have b,
it. If it is a serviceable FARM WAG ON, we can supply you and o,
t_"uarantee prices and quality, to
ESS we uht the best assortment ever shown di
here and have the
Prices to uit You.
We make good all we say, so you cannot afford to stay away i
it in need of anvthingz in our line. i
We have i:
A Host of Satisfied Customers, hi
and will make one of you if you but give us a chance. 0:
Come to see us whether you buy or not, you will feel better.
W. A, BO . BOSHAMER, Sec, & Treas. D
TheSurnt er S.C
a Grocers, Ferti liers or4
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Sole Agents for the Celebrated Wilcox & Gibbs Fertilizers at
We are prepared to quote the very closest cash or time prices dc
on all lines of yc
Graceries, Fertilizers and Farmers' Supplies,
and invite your investigation before making your arrangements dc
for another year. G1
Come to see us. We will save you money and give you a
hearty, courteous welcome. nc
Sumter Banking &
Mercantile Co., ,
Masonic Building, 2d door from the Postoffice. St
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8 Refrigerators and Ice Cream Freezers of a
i the Best MaeClose at Your Door. or
After thorouh investigation we have selected the best Re- b
frigerators and Ice Cream Freezers that money and brains can co
produce and are offering them at reasonable prices. We buy OU
them just as cheap as others (not by the car load) and challenge la
All our goods are guaranteed to give satisfaction or money c
refunded. All our Refrigerators are solid zinc lined, odorless and. c
have a check valve device by which all outside air is excluded' th
thereby making the best cooler on earth. Tl
Always call for our WONDER Freezer,the best to be gotten- c
makes ice cream in less than five minutes.
Mosquito Canopies th
0 and Hammocks. We have a good supply of them. Don't forget do
us. When the flies worry you too much or the air is too hot, call D:
on us for relief. A odcuy
At your command,il
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Liver, Kidneys, Stomach a0
Physicians Prescribe it, s
Patients Depend on it, and
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Loans% Made I can lend Money on Loans~ Made
on Real R~eal Estate at reas- on Real
E st a te. onable interest and I Est a t e .
on long time Call I C
, on or write to me'.e
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Dr. Duncan's Address.
lollowing is a synopsis of the address
Dr. Jos. A. Duncan delivered at the
eachers' A ssociation April 23, 1904:
Teaching of today occupies a higher
)ition than it has ever done. Teach
: and the priestly function were for
erly found in one man, sometinies in
uding that of the medicine man. All
lments were from evil spirits: the
iests were the conservers of all
iowledge. They only knew reading
d writing. "Hieroglyphics" meant
iest-writing. Now preachers and
achers begin to divide and doctors
o. The clergyman is not higher than
e teacher. Nothing is higher. Your
ling is just as holy. We make a
istake if we regard our own calling
ything less than the highest. All of
arescalled to the gospel. The man
hind the counter, or at the plough,
in the shop or school. all are called
preach and be workers together to
sseminate truth. The work of the
acher is great. There are different
ethods for teaching. I learned a great
,t of school. I had no teachers until I
college, never saw a teacher until
-own. tho' born in the heart of a city,
Lchmond. Va. Yet I say frankly I
ver saw a teacher till then-only
arers of lessons. I answered only
,at was in the book. It was much
te a phonograph cylinder. We learn
isolated facts, by rate, as the little
ild learned the catechism. When
ked "What is the chief end of man?"
e replied, "To glorify God and annoy
m forever." 1 am glad to see we are a
tting some teachers-some imparters C
knowledge. This is the school day. c
ily recently a man has given $1,OO.- I
) for a school of journalism. A few s
ars ago any young man, for instance, a
uld be a Y. _M. C. A. secretary, but
'w he must have training for this. I
fe insurance requires a course of a
idy really. At Harvard University
;t year there were lectures on insu
nce. This is the day of training as to
Lools as never before. Teachers now
ast be more than mere gaduates for
st results for themselves or for their
Let me say something as to this.
are is a little child to be taught. t
n't make the mistake that the child c
to be taught to read and write. d
hat? Its own language and how to r
mmunicate this language. All things =
n be done for the child and it may I
t know anything. In an institution 4
.now, where there are 150 young la
?s not 15-although they come from c
blic schools-speak grammatically. n
hat is the matter? They read, they n
ow books, grammar and can write
od compositions, understand subjects e
d. principles. They haven't been c
ight grammar. Are we teaching a
em to speak correctly? We ought to
rn some books. Now don't misunder
d me. I was brought up in a col
,e, afterwards teaching and learning
>m other people. I love books and
own library and I love to read and
idy. But I believe it would be profi
ale to burn some books and do with- r
t them. How? Here comes a child I
d you ask "what did you do this t
>rning?" and she replies "I ain't r
ne nothing." There is a chance for I
ur grammar. Get rid of "ain't done b
thing." Two common mistakes here P
ong us are: "I come" and "you was." v
,n't say anything about grammar. t:
ach how to talk by talking-learn by n
ing. I don't care about theories.
-ammar is the crystallization of lan- k
age. It came after language and is
t the foundation.
[s history the remembering of dates? I
tis is important oftentimes but the
eat thing is the correlation of events.
ke the Revolutionary war, the Civil
ir, the war of 1812, the Alexican war
hey must be connected. As a great ~
tesman once said "If you have some
tes slave States and others free p
ates. you will have trouble." As to 1<
w to teach dates, each teacher has an
lividual method. A Successful teacher
ed this plan for teaching history of c
) years:'a large square in the black- ti
ard was divided into ten smaller
aares. The various events-say, po- A
ica], religous and literary were put 8
:0 these. A child learns as much by p
eye as by the ear. Most knowledge
by the eye. Get results by the oldest h
~tod where the pupil asked the i;
estion instead of the teacher. Sup
se we should say "you ask me aques-- te
n about the lesson." There would d
dumbness. Or "did you have any
uble?" This was the old method.
ask "when was the Norman Con
est'' and help the pupil answer!
0Q6'' is not teaching anything. We
not take ourselves seriously enough , i
appreciate how valuable our work is.
am tremendously interested in the
blic school. I want them to do the
st work and save the colleges under- i;
llegiate wvork. You lady teachers b
ght to go in a body before the legis- C
ure and demand to have more than :
erage 5 months' school term. Coun
boys and girls ought to have as good ,
ances as others.:c
t is very delightful to tell others a
air duty.' Your duty is a great work. f4
e imp'rovements being made are a l
dit to you. The future holds, in
uth Carolina, a great deal more than 3
past ever dreamed of.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store
not hesitate wo recommend Kodol i
'spepsia Cure to their friends and
stomers. Indigestion causes more 1
health than anything else. It de- t
aes the stomach, and bring's on allI
inner of disease. Kodol Dyspepsia t
re digests what you eat, cures indi-t
stion, dyspepsia and all stomach dis- t
lers. Kodol is not only a perfect di
stant but a tissue building tonic as
1. Renewed health, perfect strength
d increased vitality follow its use.
itor The Mannmng Times:
[ has been drilled into us from earli
Schildhood that. "Where there's a
11 there's a way," and the thought
s given us the heart for many an un
rtaking that, at the outset, seemed
ll-nigh impossible of accomplishment.
e certainly hope it may prove cor
:t in the present instance, as we wish
send you a short piece this week.
ugh we took up qjuite a large space
the last issue of your paper. At any
c that you think we are making
rselves too conspicious by too fre
et writing with nothing much to
1, you may just push us aside, and in- 1
't something of more interest to your
ishing excursions are becoming
te common, and we are inclined to
ink thyat n many instances h ihn
done with "silver hooks." To catch
h with in ordinary steel hook re
ies a deal of patience and skill, pos
sed y few men. Besides this, Mr.C
litor ilver is so alluring!
\liss Ema' Gordon's school of Wil-C
a's Mill1, held a picnic at Brewington
the 29th ult., to which the Foreston r
ung folks were invited; a few went.
d as young people generally contrive
enjoy themselves, we presume they
Mr. DeLorme of Dovesville, who is
siting his son at Greeleyville, spent
-iday here, with his old friend andt
mrade. MIr. J. C. Boswell. They
rved together in the Confederate
my. No doubt it was pleasant, yet
"In the spring of I901 my children
.d whooping cough," says Mirs. D. W.
mpps, of Capps, Ala. "I- used Chain
'rlain's Cough Remedy with the most
tisfactory results. I think this is the
miedy I hlave ever seeen fo~r whooping
uh." This remedy keeps the cough
ose. lessens the severity and frequen
of the coughing spells and counter
ts any tendency towari pneumonia.
r sale by The' R. 1B. Loryea Drug
sad for them to recall and talk ov
those days long past. when they we
younger men. and struggled side
side for the "Lost Cause" still dear
every true Southern heart. Mr. B<
well took his friend through all t
principal streets of our coming cit
md seemed to do all he could for I
mnjoyment while here. Alas! the de
)ld veterans get feebler and fewer
,he years go by. Let us honor ai
Cherish them while we may.
Mrs. J. M. McRoy spent Tuesday
Mrs. Carson is spending some tir
Mr. T. A. Nettles of Lanes was
\Ir. C. M. Mason's Tuesday night.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Land spent We
1esday with friends in the country.
Among recent visitors may be me
ioned Prof. B. M. Thomson, also N
d. Walter of Summerton.
There was no preaching in Forest
sundar. Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
Sprott. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Land, N
I M. .Mlason and son Ceth, attend
ervices at Brewington, conducted 1
ev. Mr. Brown from Kinston, N. C.
We have said -our say,
And bid you good day.
Foreston, S. C. May 2, 1904.
A Cure for Piles.
"I had a bad case of piles." says G.
arter of Atlanta, Gr.. "and consult
physician who advised me to try a b<
if DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. I pu
based a box and was entirely cure
t is splendid for piles, giving relief i
tantly, and I heartily recommend it
.11 sufierers-" DeWitt's Witch Haz
;alve is unequalled for its healing quc
ties. Eczema and other skin disease
lso sores. cuts burns and wounds
very kind are quickly cured by 1
;old by The R. B. Loryea Drug Stor
Cditor The Manning Times:
Will you allow me room in your pap
o say that Andrew P. Burgess, canc
Late for Clerk of Court is not the u
ersigned. His name is Andrew Plat
nine Andrew Plumer. His father w
,apt. Jos. C. Burgess, surveyor, ti
nan who donated some of the land <
rhich Manning stands to the then ne
ounty of Clarendon; the man also, wi
ommanded the rear guard at the m
aorable Evacuation of Battery Wag
I don't mind ordinarily, getting mi:
d up with a better man, but in th
ase think it well to put matters straigl
,s some have asked me about it.
A. PLUMER BURGESS.
Summertou, S. C., April 25, 1904.
Cured His Mother of Rheumatism.
"Mv mother has been a sufferer f<
nan years with rheumatism," saysV
. Harward of Husband, Pa. ".
imes she was unable to move at a:
hile at all times walking was painfu
presented her with a bottle of Char
erlain's Pain Balm and after a few a:
lications she decided it was the mo
onderful pain reliever she had ev<
ied, in fact, she is never without
ow and is at all times able to wall
!n occasional application of Pain Bal
:eeps away the pain she was former.
roubled with." For sale by The I
3. Loryea Drug StoreIsaac M. Lorye
New Zion Dots.
ditor The Manning Times:
Mr. Walter Lee of Timmonsvil
assed through our section last weel
>oking over the tobacco farms, I su:
Miss Annie Chandler, who wasi
arge of the Gibbons school has r
urned to her home at Bethleher
We report with sadness the death
liss Caroline Coker of Bethleher
he has a number of relatives at th
lace, aged 90 years.
Miss Marion Hicks has returne
ome. and was welcomed by all, espe
illy one youngster.
News is scarce this week, so the Ed
or will have to look over these fe
New Zion, May 2, 1904.
An Open Letter.
From the Chapin, S. C., News: Earl
the spring my wife and I were take
rith diarrhoea and so severe were tI
ains that we called a physician wI
rescibed for us, but his medicin<
.iled to give any relief. A friend wl
ad a bottle of Chamberlain's Coli,
~holera and Diarrhoea Remedyc
and gave each of us a dose and ar
e at once felt the effects. I procure
bottle and before using the entli
ontents wve were entirely cured. It
wonderful remedy and should 1
sund in every household. H. C. Ba
ay, Edito. This remedy is for sale I
~he R. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isas
L Loryea, Prop.
Feling under obligations to nay chi
or the unanimous endorsement the
ave me as a candidate for the Legi
ture, I, in this way, tender my than]
o the entire voters of our county at larg
will not be a candidate, but will co:
inue to live in the future as I have
he past always keeping at heart ti
est interest of my county and State.
JOHN J. EPPS.
Worman, S. C.
learBth Th Kind You Haya Always Boug
We have yet sho'
>ut not excessive prices. Others ci
yles, but that is their excuse for the
Which are sc
All-Wool Voiles, Nun's Veilin
3repes. Eaolians, Etamines. Albatros
mbroidered Etomnines, Crep~e<
~hines, Brilliantine Cashmeres, Hem
ttas, guaranteed yard-wide Silks,
eCw light color Dress Goods.
A fine lot of Embroideries.
The 0c kind for.................7
The 5c kind for.................1
The 25c kind for................ J
fine lot at....................
Allover Laces, Lace Bands,, Inse
ions and Medallions.
Latest Stock Collars.
In this line we are able to do yoi
o shoddy goods.
See our Shoes that wear so wellc
Our Remnants of Ribbon you wil
;eeason, as we have secured some on
Yours. anxious for business,
D. H I RS'
er Clarendon County Pension Roll for 1904.
be CLASS A.-$96.
to Bradham, Thos A, Manning; Beat
)5 son, J D, Paxville,
le CLASS B.- 72.
y, Hobbs, W H H, New Zion; Jeffords, 1
'is J J, Alcolu; Robinson, H E, Seloc: a
ar Strange, J P, Manning.
ad CLASS C, NO. 1-r48.
Barnes, John H, Florence; Bell, M r
A, Davis Station; Evans, H D, New t
at Zion; Benbow, H L, Davis Station; r
Floyd, P T, Turbeville; Hodge, J C, V
eManning; Kirton. S W, Foreston; t
at Ridgeway, Reuben, Manning; To- a
bias, S R, Foreston. o
CLASS C, NO. 2--16.33.
Baker, J W, transferred from Lee:
u- Boyce, Beronie R, Seloc; Bragdon, J C
r. J. Manning; Brewer, James F, Man
ning; Brown, John A, Manning; C
)n Brunson, W J, Manning: Browder, 5
P. J W, Manning; Bryant, B R, Davis t
r. Station: Burke, W L, ; ,
d Baggett, B H, Wilsons; Chewning, J 1
>y D, Manning; Coker. W N, Bethle- o
hem; Driggers, P B, Manning; Du- t
Bose, C C, Manning; Evans, S H D,
New Zion; Floyd, J F, Sardinia;
Floyd, Jentha, Sandy Grove; Griffin, e
H M, Manning; Geddings, W W, t
Paxyille; Green, E J, New Zion; f
Green, J F, Turbeville; Green, W L, t
! Turbeville; Griffin, J H, Paxville; a
Green, R W, Turbeville; Grooms, G b
W, Sandy Grove: Haley, Isaac A, u
Foreston; Hodge, J W, Manning; u
d Hickman, W W, Turbeville; Hodge, v
J E, ; Johnson, Daniel,
d- Foreston; Lee, A C, Manning; Low
n: der, H L. Manning; Lowder, J J For
eston; McFadden, J M, Manning; 1
to McElveen, T S, Turbeville; Morris,T T
el E, Foreston; Nelson, R M, Manning;
-Plowden, G W, Santee; Parker, Sam
s' nel, Jordan; Plowden, S M, Manning; t
of Pack, R R, Alcolu; Reese, A H, Al
.. colu; Richbourg, R N, Davis Station;
Robertson, Ellerson, Selec; Robert
son, Thos R, Seloc; Reardon, John
J, Mouzon; Scurry, John C, Seloc; a
S m i t h , Samuel M, Turbeville;
Strange, Harvey, Manning; Strange,
J W, Manning: Stokes, .f W, Man
. ning: Vick, William, Silver; Tin
dal, J B, Davis Station; Welch, J J,
n Turbeville; White, J B, Manning;
t Ward, John A, Manning; Welch,
is John, Seloc.
>n CLASS C, NO. ;3-$48. c
w Cantey, A E, ; Burgess, M
to E, Manning; Ferguson, Mary,
e- ; Frierson. Harriett R, Manning;
e- Gowdy, Isabella, Seloc; Gardner, S
J, Jordan; Gibbons, Susan R, Seloc; C
- Nelson, S A, Manning; Johnson, Su
is san, Manning; Johnson, Lucinda, b
it Manning; Ridgeway, Mary E, Fores
ton; Ridgeway, Emma E, Manning;
Richbourg, Annie, Foreston; Stone, e
Dolly, Paxville; Timmons, Rebecca,
Manning; Wise, Mary- E, ;
CLASS C, NO. 4-516.33.
Ard, Leonora, Jordan; Barwick, M f<
>r A, Jordan; Barfield, M A, Alcolu; 1<
T Barrineau, S L, Jordan; Beard,
Lt Emily, Seloc; Belk, Malissa, Man- 'I
ning; Burns, Verline, Workman;
l' Chewning, F E, Felder; Clowney, M
'M, ; Coker, Margaret A,
. Seloc; Corbett, Julia N, Paxville;
;t Childers, E V, Jordan; Clary, Mary E
r J, Alcoln; Corbett, M R F, St Paul's;
t Driggers, Treecy T, Alcoln; Evans,
C Dolly D, New Zion; Fann, Arena. Al
m cola; Geddings, T A, Paxville; Gib- 3
Ly bons, M C, New Zion; Gibbons, Re- S
becca, New Zion; Hardy, R M. New F
Zion; Haley, Charity A, Jordan; Har
rington, Jane, Wilson; Hudson, Sa- d
rah R. New Zion; Huggins, Ellen J, a
Manning; Johnson, L E, Paxville;
Johnson, Margaret M New Zion; c
JonoS E, Manning; Jeffers, Ad- e
eieManning; Kolb, Keziahi. Pax- A
ville; Kolb, Mary, Paxville; Kelly,
le Martha S, Summnerton: McLeod, E
( Mary, Manning: Osban, S A. Seloc;
P Pack, S E, Alcolo: Pack, W L, Man- a
ning: Rhodus,. Mary L, Manning;
a- Richardson, M A, Summerton; Rich- d
e bourg, Ann, Plowden's Mill; Rich
2- bourg, Carrie, Foreston; Roberson, p
3f Hannah, Turbeville: Roberson, Ma- e
in a M, Turbeville; Sports, Ellen C,
i Davis Station: Timmons, H T, Pax- o
ville: Tindal, Caroline, Manning; To- r
d bias, Sarah C, Manning: Welch, Isa
>bella, Seloc: Wilder-, Margaret, Beth- a
lehem; Wilder, Margaret L, DuRant; tl
Welch, Sarah A, Turbeville.
.Ladies and Children
who can not stand the shocking strain
of laxative syrups and cathartic pills v
are especially fond of Little Early Ris- a
ers. All persons who find it necessary h
e to take a liver medicine should try c
LO these easy pils, andcompare the agree- 3
s ably pleasant and strengthening, effect 3
o with the nauseating and weakening I
conditions following the use of other I
Sremedies. Little Early Risers cure bil- u
a iousness, consfipation, sick headache, E
d jaundice, malaria and liver troubles. c
e Sold by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. e
Le Editor The Manning Times:
ISeeing that your corresponpent from
Oakland signed "J. H." dated April 26,
put in your paper the marriage by Mr.
E. D. Hodlge of my daughter Dora
b Rodgers to Willie Hodge, I want to
y say to whoever it may concern that she
s married Willie Hiodge by my consent
:s and that I furnished the conveyance
e and sent her brother with them and
asked Mr. Hodge to marry them, so if
nthere is any blame to be attached to
eanyone, put it on me and them. and not
Mr. Hdge. SHADE RODGERS.
Sick headache results from a disor
dered stomach and is quickly cured by
IChamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets. For sale by The R. B. Loryca
Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
ST STOOK OF'
-n is here this season.
.n talk of quality, uiitference or superior
high prices and lar-ge prolits they ask.
e. Cotton Voiles, all colors, Satin Fin
-. ish, White and Colors. Cotton Tatfetas,
e Knicker Zephyrs. Scotch Tweed. Cor
-i- ded Madras, Corded Zephyrs..White
11 Linen, Figured Muslins, etc., Dimties,
French Organdies, Silk Mulls. all col
ce White Lawns 5c up to 50c.
3c Fine White Nainsooks. Long Cloth,
3c new Dip) Pompadour Combs, Crushed
3 Belts, Leather Wrist Uags, Kabo Cor
rsets. Dress Patterns always on hand,
latest styles. -
alot of good. A new line just received.
.1 find during the season, cheaper than lastt
outract. Prices just one-half of bolts.
CH MAN N,
The Charleston Reunion.
Panola. S. C., April 29. 1904.
.o the Veterans of Camp Harry Ben
Comrades-The reunion of the Vet
rans of this State will occur in Char
eston, beginning on the 17th of May
nd lasting three days. The railroad's
gave reduced the fare to one cent a
rile both ways. There would be no
raterial advantage to any comrade in
he assembling of the comrades, but
aise false hopes in the breast of those
eedy comrades whose expenses were
orne by some members of the camp
nd outside friends. but on the occasion
f the last reunion it was made mani
st that this outside natural and pro
.er assistance had failed them, for with
he exception of Capt.A.L.Lesesre and
apt. L. R. Tindal, who generously
'ave five dollars each, while the entire
ounty, including the town of Manning,
a response to many letters and peti
ions. gave about six dollars. Those
,oing, by wearing their camp badges
pill be given like entertainment meted
ut to others-either entertained in
he Roper hospital or a cotton shed as
n former occasions. I am contending
3 the press of the State that when a
ity invites us to hold our reunion in
heir midst and offers with a great
ourish of trumpets the hospitality of
heir towns they must receive those
ccepting that hospitality into their
omes as they do any other body of rep
table citizens. Why the herding of
s up into hospitals and sheds as though
-e had the leprosy, while four hundred
elegates to a church conference is
sken to their hearts and homes. No
elf-respecting veteran will submit any
)nger to this absolute and gross insult
nd I don't propose to subject any mem
er of my camp to such treatment an
ther time. This is why I do not carry
he camp as an four previous occasions
s a whole.
The following comrades will repre
ent this camp as delegates: Capt. D. J.
radham, Vice Commander S.Y.Barnes
nd Honorable George R. Jones and A.
By order D. W. BRAILSFORD,
A. J. RICHBOURG,
THE LADIES favor painting their
hurches, and therefore we urge every
inister to remember we give a liberal
uantity of the Longman &- Martinez
'aint toward the painting.
-Wears and covers like gold.
Don't pay $1.50 a gallon for linseed
1 (worth 60 cents) which you do when
ou buy other in a can with a paint la
el on it.
S & 6 make 14, therefore when you
-ant fourteen gallons of paint,buy only
ight of L. & M., and mix six gallons
ure Linseed Oil with it, and thus get
aint at les than 81.20 per gallon.
Many houses are well painted with
ur gallons of L. & M. and three gal
>ns of linseed oil mixed therewith.
These Celebrated Paints are sold by
'he R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
ditor The Manning Times:
The quarterly conference .of the
fethodist church will convene here
aturday and Sunday May 7 and 8.
'residing Elder Brown will be present.
There will be services in the Metho.
ist church every afternoon at 4 o'clock
ad at night at 8:30 during this week.
All the merchants have agreed to
ose their stores at 7 o'clock p. m. ex
apt Saturdays. This holds good until
Rev. J. C. Young will assist Rev.
edenbough the latter part of the week.
Miss Laura Rhame left Tuesday for
visit to relatives in Greenville.
Mr. Tom Smith is at home for a few
apt. C. M. Huggins is rapidly im
roving from his wounds that he re
aived at Rimini.
The chaingang is near the plantation
[Hon. Jas. E. Tiudal, opening up new
The closing exercises of the Pine
ood school will take place May 12 in
le school house.
Pinewood May 2, 1904.
When the Sap Rises
eak lungs should be careful. Coughs
nd colds are dangerous then. One
[nute Cough Cure cures coughs and
alds and gives strength to the lungs.
irs. G. E. Fenner, of Marion, Ind.,
ivs. "I suffered with a cough until
uni down mn weight from 148 to 921lbs
tried n number of remedies to no
ntil I used One Minute . Cough Cure.
'our bottles of this wonderg~ul remedy
red me entirely of the-cough~strenth
ned my lungs and restored me to my
ormai weight, health and strength."
old by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
SECOND WEEK JU'RORS.
M D Alsbrook, Jordan.
R J Kolb, Felders.
S C Williams, Manning.
W W Geddings, Paxville.
R C Wells. Davis Station.
T J Tisdale, Manning.
S L Krasnoff, Manning.
S W Griffin, Panola.
T H Timmons, Manning.
F J Hodge, Pinewood.
J M Geddings, Paxville.
J D Gowdy, Seloc.
I N Tobias, Foreston.
L S Barwick, Paxville.
G D Smith, Manning.
Lamantine Newman, Manning.
J R Dollard, Manning. '
Ozias Mathis, Panola.
Eugene Broughton, .Pinewood.
John F. Walker, Manning.
H. .T. Wheeler, Sardinia.
J C Bodenhammer, Manning.
M S Cantey, Summerton.
H F. Jayro, Manning.
H B Richardson, Jr, Pinewood.
J S !Evans, Workman.
J E Hodge, Manning.
M J Morris, Turbeville.
-J M Lee, Manning.
J H Brown, Paxville.
J A Blackman. Manning.
T Junius Touchberry, Manning.
Rt H Griffn. Pinewood.
Lawrence Griffn, Panola. -
W H Lowder, Foreston.
J J Gowdy, Seloc.
No Gloss Carriage Paint Made
nil wear as long as Devoe's. No others
re as heavy bodied, because Devoe's
reigh 3 to 8 ounces more to the pint.
iold by Manning Hardware Co.
The May examination for teachers
r 1904 will be held at the court house,
Manning Friday May 20, commenc
ag at 9 o'clock a. mn.
S. P. HOLLADAY,
2t] Co. Supt. of Education.
Not a Sick Day Since.
"I was taken severely sick with kid
ey trouble. I tried all sorts of medi
ines, none of which relieved me. One
.av I saw an ad. of your Electric Bit
ers and determined to try that, After
aking a few doses I felt relieved, and
oon thereafter was entirely cured, and
tave not seen a sick day since. Neigh
iors of mine have been cured of Rheu
atism, Neuralgia, Liver and Kidney
roubles and general debility." This is
chat B. F. of Freemiont, N. C. writes.
)nly 5c, at The R. B. Loryea Drug
Bears the Te ndYuHave Always BaUght
Fine Dress Goods,
Muslin Underwear E
Summerton, S. C.
Hu Red1__ule 6he yM
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