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MANNNIG. S. C.. JUNE 22. 1904.
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Entered at the Postoface at Manning as See
on Class matter.
The county executive commit
tee met last Saturday. The fol
lowing members being present:
Alcolu, E. D. Hodge; Cross
Roads, A. J. Richbourg; Davis
Station. Geo. R. Jones; Doctor
Swamp, I. N. Tobias: Douglas,
D. L. Green; Farmers Platform,
D. J. Bradham: Gibbons Mill. L.
B. Barrow; Foreston Reform,
J. H. Windham; Harmony, R. D.
Thompson, Midway, S. W. Mc
Intosh: Panola, C. R. Felder:
Pinewood B. P. Broadway: Sum
merton, Ellison Capers, Jr: Sil
ver, H. S. Briggs: White, R. F.
There was much talkee-talkee,
but very little done. A commit
tee of five was decided upon to
,-.-meet the State canvassers, and
to arrange for the speaking.
Captain Bradham suggested the
yropriety of the committee out
of its funds entertaining the vis
ftors, and he recited his exper
ience he was a candidate for a
State office. He thought it
would look nice for the candi
dates who are seeking high
honors to be entertained at the
expense of the committie. The
suggestion did not seem to take
and it was not pressed.
Captain Bradham moved that
the speakers use the court house
16i the 'meeting. This motion
'et with no opposition.
Former County Chairman J.
Elbert Davis, reported having
$21.45 on hand for the committee
left over from last campaign, and
t amount together with the
ooks were~ turned over to -the
- The matter of trying to get
the club'rolls was taken up on
motion of Mr. Capers who want
ed the president of each club to
*send in to the executive commit
tee a club roll two weeks before
-the primary. Mr. Jones thought
thiswould conflict with the con
-stitution, and related what trans
pired at his club with reference
to some names that were put on
the roll between the first and
COaptain Bradham said he did
iet believe there was any fraud
in the last election, but he en
dorsed having the club rolls re
vised,-and in his remarks he
offered to pay $50 for proof that
any man committed fraud- He
also referred to the last county
convention when "I offered to
take off six of my delegation,
but the convention would not
hear to it" and fmnally, upon his
insistance the convention took
off three. Captain Bradham's
numerous speeches in the com
mitte simply amounted, when
divested of superfluity, to an
admission that our political sys
tem will not bear the inspection
of honest scrutiny, that there is
strong ground for the suspicion
of fraud, and should be corrected.
Mr. -C. R. Felder advocated as
a meaus to prevent duplication
of names on club rolls, to require
every voter to vote in the town
ship in which he resides, Messrs
-Hodge and McIntosh also fav
ored this plan. Captain Brad
ham did not think such a plan
would work, and Chairman Davis
thought it would be unconstitu
Captain Bradham, amended
the Capers motion for the exe
cutive commiteee meet on July
16th, to go over the revised club
rolls from each club, and the
chairman was instructed to pub
lish a notice to the presidents of
-the clubs to have their rolls re
vised and filed with him by that
Mr. Capers offered a resolu
tion which was carried after
much foreign and wide discus
sion to the effect that the mana
gers in the primary be instruct
ed to inquire of each voter
whether or not he is registered,
and those fourd unregistered to
report the same to the commit
-, tee:.Iln speaking to this resolu
tio Mr. Capers spoke feelingly
of our apathy in the matter of
education, and what is- being
done all over the South towards
the education of the negro. He
-warned his hearers that the
present movement on foot, en
dorsed by those in high authori
ty was dangerous. and our only
hope was in education.
Captain Bradbam also spoke
to the resolution, but he saw no
need for it. Mr. Capers' proposi
tion may do twenty years from
now, and then he told of the
part he played in the great Con
stitutional Convention. He was
on the suffrage committee and
the educational matter was
threshed over thoroughly. The
matter of taking the white man's
taxes for white children was
thoughtfully considered, and in
the multitude of wisdom the
present plan was adopted. He
had the honor of making the last
speech on this subject, because
of his interest for the old sol
dier he was selected to make the
last speech. He told the com
stitutional convention about the
number of federal pensioner,
and he paid a glowing tribute to
the old soldier. The Capcrs res
olution was tinally carried.
The chairman announced the
following reception committee.
Ellison Capers, Jr., D. J. Brad
ham, A. J. Richbourg, S. W.
McIntosh, E. D. Hodge.
The matter of campaign as
sessments was deferred to the
meeting on the 16th, inst., when
every club and club roll should
we offer one Hundred Dollars Reward for
any case of Catarrh that cannot he cured by
Hans Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Props.. Toledo. 0.
We. the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney
for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly
honorable in all business transactiois and inuan
cially able to carry out any obligations made by
WEs-T & TRUAX. wholesale druggists. Toledo. L.
VALDING. KINNAN & MARvt. wholesale drug
gists. Toledo. 0.
Hairs Catarrh Cure is taken internally. acting
directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of
the system. Price 75e. per bottle. Sold by all
drugdists. Testimonials free.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
To the Teachers of Clarendon County.
The demands upon teachers today are
zreater than ever before. This is a
day of culling, synthesizing and doing
away with all that does not pay. By
such a process there is a concentration
of our energies, of our deepest and our
best thought, resulting in good not to
the public alone, but to the individual
teacher. Besides there is an ennobling
of the profession, which, looked upon,
as a whole, is certain to attract the
To accomplish what we desire, in
school affairs, and, in school interest, it
is necessary for the teachers. first, to
arouse school spirit among themselves.
The best means in doing this has
been found in the establishment of the
summer school. This one thing has
unquestionably done more towards a
reviving of school interest, and towards
our present awakening than any other
agency the people of the South have
The county summer school has its func
tion to perform, no less than the State
school, or the school of the South. The
county school is at home and is conven
ient to the teachers. The teachers in
attendance understand the local condi
tions, and these are the conditions we
Pre most anxious about improving.
The school is smaller and the work is
consequently better adapted to the de
mand and needs of all.
The writer has. this year. been ap
pointed principal of the Clarendon
school. assisted by Miss Inez Felder, of
the Orangeburg schools. Everv effort
shall be made to make this a successful
school, in ever particular. To do
this, we must have the co-operation of
the teachers of the county We must
have the attendance.
But you ask, does it pay? Most as
suredly it does. If you are desirous of
being of great worth to your school, of
an increased salary. of the conscien
tiousness that you are doing the best
that you can do, both. for yourself and
our people, there can be but little
aoubt, of the expediency in your mind,
of tak'ing advantage of what is offered
in our teachers' schools. These are, in
fact, teachers shools. and the chief aim
this year shall be to'work so as to make
the teacher feel that it has paid her to
Courses shall be offerred in the fol
Pedagogy, using as a basis. Hughes'
~istakes in Teaching.
Algebra. Wentworth's New School
History, Lee's U. S. History.
Grammar, Buehler's Grammar.
Government, Petermans Civil Gov
Teachers are urged to bring all the
ooks. they have bearing upon these
subjects. 'The school will probably
pen on the 27t~h inst., not latter than
he 5th of July. Please yourself in
eadiness and be decisive. Attend
ad support your school.
Any communications shall receive
my prompt attention.
Prin. of Summer School.
Summerton June 1.6, 1904.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
asks the readers of this paper to test
the value of Kodol Dyspepsia cure.
hose persons who have used it and
who have been cured by it, do not hesi
tate to recommend it to their friends.
Kodol digests what you eat, cures in
digestion, dyspepsia and all stomach
troubles, increases strength by enabling
the stomach and digestive organs to
ontribute to the blood all of the nutri
ent contained in the food. Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure is pleasant and palata
What of It?
Editor The Manning Times:
I noticed in the last issue of The
armer the statement that the Hon.
Joel E. Brunson as a member of the
5th Battallion S. C. State reserves had
been duly decorted in Sumter with a
onfederate !badge of honor. These
badges are only bestowed upon Con
federate veterans who apply for them
n a printed form in which it must be
stated the command in which he served
and where and when discharged or
paroled from the Confederate army.
These questions could only apply to a
onfederate veteran and not to the
young boys who when called into State
service for a few months' at a time to
guard prisoners after they were dis
armed and safely put in a stockade.
These troops were at the time called
State reserves and wecre subject alone
to the orders of the governor of the
State and could not be carried one
yard beyond its border, save with his
onsent. President Davis under great
ergency made this request of Governor
Brown'of Georgia who peremptorily re
fused. If these badges are generously
distributed to the boy soldiers of the
State service, they could with equal
propriety be given to the sons of vet
erans and with much more propriety to
the daughters of the confederacy. I
merely rise for information, and like
Tom Watson to inquire "where am I
t' and to know what estimate are
e as Confederate veterans to place
upon these priceless badges and what
can they typify to us when not confined
I will say to Mr. Brunson that I use
his case as an illustration as it was con
spicuously before the public. I am
aware there are hundreds of a similar
D. W. B3RAILSFORD.
Cu~res Blood and Skin Diseases, Itching Hu
mors, Eczema, Scrofula, Etc.
Send no money-simply write and try BotanIc
Blood Balm at our expense. A personal trial of
Blood Balm is better than a thousand printed
testimonials, so don't hesitate to write for a
If you suffer from ulcers, eczema. scrofula.
Blood Poison, cancer, eating sores. itching skin.
pimples. boils, bone pains, swellings, rheuma
tism catarrh. or any blood or skin disease. we
advise you to take Botanic Blood Balm (B. B.
B.). Especially recommended for old. obsti
nate. deep-seated cases of malignant blood or
skin diseases, because Botanic Blood Bairm (B.
. B.) kills the poison in the blood, cures where
all else fails, heals every sore, makes the blood
pure and rich, gives the skin the rich glow of
health. B. B. B.. the most perfect blood puri
ber made. Thoroughly tested for 30 years.
Costs et per large bottle at ctrug stores. To
prove it cures, sample of Blood Balm sent free
by writing Blood Balm Co.. Atlanta. Ga. De
scribe trouble and free medical advice sent in
sealed letter. 27"This is an honest offer-med
ine seat at once. prepaid. For sale by The
it. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Brig yurJobWok t Te Tme ofic
-:ditvr The Maniing Times:
Crops in this section are looking lin
and are clear of grass. If no disaste
befalls them we have good prospect
for a big yield.
Orange blossoms are budding ver
near us: we think they will be in ful
bloom in the near future.
Cadet William Coulliette of Clemso
College is at home spending his vact
Miss Kate Taylor of St. Charles is o
a visit to Miss Addie Way.
.'iss Edith Evans of Elloree is visil
ing her brother, Mr. Charles Evans.
Mr. T. H. Harvin and daughter. Ni
May. spent a few days last week at th
home of his son, Mr. S. A. Harvin
A party of gentlemen went to Cra
Apple last Saturday to have a fish fr.
They report a fine time.
Two negroes became, involved in
row last Sunday near Silver: the io
ended with the result of an ear missint
Panola. S. C.. June 20. 1904.
- Thrown From a Wagon.
Mr. George K. Babcock was throw
from his wagon and severely bruise
He applied Chamberlain's Pain Bal
freely and says it is the best linamer
he ever used. M r. Babcock is a we
nown citizen of North Plain, Corn
There is nothing equal to Pain Bali
for sprains and bruises. It will effect
cure in one-third the time required b
any other treatment. For sale by Th
R. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac Y
The examination for the scholarshif
at Clemson and Winthrop Colleges wi
be held in the court house, Manninc
on the 8th day of July, commencing
9 a. m. Applicants better confer wit
me the Saturday before.
S. P. HOLLADAY,
June 18. 1904. [2t
For sick headache take Chamberlain
Stomach and Liver Tablets and a quic
cure is certain. For sale by The R. 1
Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Lorye:
The County Summer School will b
held at the Institute. Manning. begit
ning July 11. Professor L. Cottinc
ham and Miss Inez Felder will conduc
the school. All the teachers in th
county are earnestly urged to attene
The State Board has issued the ultimi
tum that where a summer school i
held in the county teachers cannot ge
their certiicates renewed unless the
ttend. S. P. HOLLADAY,
.1une 18, 1904. [2t
Dr. C. J. Moffett is a graduate c
edicine and has as much right to pre
scribe for the sick as any physiciat
nd gives to mothers his "TEE ,HINA
as the best remedy they can use fo
their teething children. "TEETRINA
Aids Digestion Regulates the Bowel
vercomes and Counteracts the Effect
of the Summer's Heat and makes teeth
An indiscreet man is an unsealed lel
ter. Every one can read it.-Chamforl
For a Hundred Years.
For a hundred years or more Wite:
Hazel has been recognized as a super
ior remedy, but it remained for E. C
DeWitt & Co., of Chicago, to discove
how to combine the virtues of Witec
Eazel with ether anticeptics, in th
orm of a salve. DeWitt's WVitch Ha
rel Salve is the best salve ini the worl
for sores, cuts, burns, bruises and piles
'he high standing of this salve ha
iven rise to counterfeits. and the pub
lic is advised to look for thle name "De
Witt" on the package, and accept n'
yther. Sold by The R. B. Loryea Dru:
Between two evils choose neither
Between two goods choose both.-FA
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablet
Better than a Doctor's Prescription.
Mr. J. WV. Turner, of Truhart, Va.
ays that Chamberlain's Stomach and
iver Tablets have done him mor
ood than anything he could get fron
he doctor. If any physician in thi
~ountry was able to compound a medi
~ine that would produce such gratify
.ng results in cases of stomach trouble
iliousness or constipation, his whok
ime would be used in preparinlg thi.
yne medicine. For sale by The R. B
oryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea
For Infants anid Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Signatre of A 774t2
iATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon,
3y James M. Windhamn, Esq., Probatt
lH E R E A S, Ellison Tindal made
Isuit to me.Ito grant him Letters o1
administration of the estate of and
dfects of Pringle Tind..l, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and ad
nonish all and singular the kindred
Lnd creditors of the said Pringle
'indal, deceased, that they be and
ippear before me. in the Court of Pro
ate, to be held at Manning on the 7t11
lay of .1 uly next after publication
~hereof. at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
show cause, if any they have. why
he said administration should not be
Given under my hand, this 22d da,
)f June. A. D. 1903.
JTAMES M. WINDHAM.
[SEAL.] Judge of Probate.
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Excellent for pale, emaciated, b
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tonic to prevent and overcome t
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Rev. Dr. McLeod's endorsement is but
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s ISAAC M. LORYEA, Prop.,
Sign of the . . .Golden Mortar,
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IWe carry a full and complete line in every de.
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- ~s1mn of the
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'MANNINC, S. C.
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A. McLeod, D.D., Who
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TO THE3 PUBLIC.
We w-ill open about the first of July at ~Summron.&a
general Hardware Store, to be known as The Summerton
Hardware Company, and we will keep a full and complete _
line of Hal-dware, Household Supplies, Cutlery, Farming
Implements and everything that is handled in an up-to
date hardware store.
Cme to see us.
Wththe advertising columns of THE TIMES.
jW. C. JOHNSON,
.3 .C. LANH-AM. J. A. JAnlES.
SUMMERTON HlARDWARE CO.,
SUMMERTON, S. C.,
Expect to fully open July 15th.
Best goods at living prices.@
We solicit the patronage of the pub
Summerton Hardware Company1
TO THE TINES (FICEF
THE TIME HAS COME
The time of the year has come when all Summer goods must go, and in
order to accomplish this concessions in prices must be made.
We still have a nice assorted stock of Millinery Goods on- hand and cut
prices are now in order. If you need a nice Summer Hat you can do your
self good by inspecting our splendid stock and our attractively low prices
on all Millinery Goods.
Summer Wash. Goods.
As previously stated our spring trade was of such magnitude that we
sold out all of our early spring purchases of Wash Goods and we were ex
coedingly fortunate in closing up some splendid deals in Summer Wash
Goods and we now put them out on sale at competition-smashing prices.
If you have money to spend it will pay you to see the splendid values we
It would be hard to find in any store outside of a large city such a
varied stock of White Goods as we are showing.
Fine Cheek Dimities at 10. 121 and 15c yard.
Fine Madrass, 36 inches wide, only 12 e yard.
Fine White Lawns, 40 inches wide, only Sie yard.
All kinds of India Lawns, from 10 to 30c yard.
Our great line of Black Lawns and Batiste at 10c yard is the wonder of
all who see them.
Gent1s Furnishing Goods.
We have some record-breaking values to offer in Gent's Fine Negligee
Shirts, having picked up several lots amounting to some fifty dozen Shirts,
and out of this lot we can sell you 75e Shirts for 50e, $1 Shirts for 75e and
$1.25 Shirts for only $1. If you need nice soft bosom Negligee Shirts you
will do well to see our values.
COLLARS AND CUFFS.
This is the season of the year when a great many collars and coffs are
needed. We carry the largest stock of Linen Collars and Cuffs of any
house in this town. Any style Collar you need we have it for you.
Pure Linen Collars, four-ply, 15e each or two for 25c.
We also carry a full line of cheaper Collars at 10c each.
We carry a large stock of Corsets at all seasons of the year, but espe
ially at this season of the year when so many corsets are needed. Our
stock is unusually large.
Any style of Corset you need, we have them-Shirt Waist Corsets, Cor
set Girdles, Summer Corsets of all kinds, 50e Corsets, 75- and Corsets. If
you can't get the kind of corset you need at your regular trading place,
come to our store and you will get it.
Trunks and Suit Cases.
You are thinking of taking a summer trip or a visit to the world's fair
rnd that old trunk of yours will not stand the trip.
We have just gotten in a ear of Trunks and it will be such an easy
matter for you to make a selection. Any kind of a Trunk you can find it
at our store. Also a splendid line of Suit Cases, from $1.25 to $12.50 each
for the best Sole Leather Suit Case.
Don't failto see our great values on all Summer Goods.
All Millinery Goods going at sacrifice prices.
Yours for business.
SJust in, another shipment of White Organdies, 68 arid $
* 72 inches wide, for commencement dresses and anything*
else that you need in White Goods, Persian Lawns, Nain
sooks, India Linons.- Good India Linons 5c yard..- .
Piques, Piques. ,
We have a lot of Figured Piques, 15c values. we aie * $
Sclosing out while they last at 10c yard.
$Figured Lawns from 5c to 25c yard.
8 ~Voies, Voies, 2
$ Tn allThe new shades for (vhole Suits and Skirts. Now if .9
$you have not bought that Voile skirt come and let us sell
S it to you. Our prices are the lowest.
Our Black Dress Goods are of the verT best weaves.
E B. & G. Corsets. e
$They still hold first place and we have them in all of
9the new shapes and styles, long and short. Come and
see them, we have just.what you want m~ them.
FIV.TNECoOTHES MAKE. I
.. aAL1.Mouf Mis,: 79%A
The young man who dresses well has long ago solved9
the problem of how to dress in up-to-date apparel at a
Sminimum cost by coming here and buying a Schloss-made
SSuit bearing this famous hall-mark of sterling merit. -
9 They're ready the moment they're needed, they're fash-9
N ionable, serviceable and fit with graceful swagger that a 9
$ young man likes, and best of all, they are rnot costly. 9
We have them in all the leading styles and shades
Let us tit you up. i
Don't put off buying those Oxfords any longer, 'tis 9
warm enough for them now. You can find just what you e
Swant here for the large arnd small foot. We carry one of
Sthe largest lines of Shoes in Manning.
SDon't fail to visit our stor.e when in Manning, we are9
9 always glad to show you goods and give you our prices.
THE OLD RELIABLE,
S. A. FRIGEY,.
$ J. Ii. RIGBY, flanager.e