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We are placing on'
The best location for a mer<
or mercantile, and we ha
Dry Goods, Shoes,
sa-Be quiolk, only here ffc
This you can do by seeing and buying from our large stock of
of all styles and best quality. We have a house full of them and
must is A room BUG yousk want at a right price- we have
it. If it is a serviceable FARM WAGON, we can supply you and
Iurnte HArN wes qubought the best assortment ever shown
here and have the
Prices to Suit You.
We make good all we say, so you cannot afford to stay away
if in need of anything in our line.
A Host of Satisfied Customers,
and will make one of you if you but give us a chance.
Come to see us whether you buy or not, you will feel better.
W. P. HIAWKINS & CO.
FPAY8 THE FAFRE
MANNING, S. C.,
World's Fair, St. Louis,
On June 14th, 16th, 21st, 23rd, 25th and 3oth, 1904, the
ATLANTIC COAST LINEi
Wi1 operate Coach Exursions to St.ous, enoat the above rate, for tickets1
ton as t scheduls sleeping car rates, etc., wil be frnished wih peare byma
any Ticket A gent or the undersigned.
H. M. EMMERSON, W. J. CRAIG,
Traffic Manager. Gen'1 Pass. Ag't.
Wilmington, N. C.
- TO THE TiMES OFFICE.
the market or
wve decided tc
body must Co
>r short tirne~
New Zion Dots.
Editor The Manning Times
Mr. Hixon of this place spent a feu
days of last week with his sister Mrs
J. E. Tomlinson of this place.
A young man from this section re
ported a certain youing lady as ill
when the facts seem to indicate hei
illness was the cause of one of his calls
being cut short. If the young lady is
ill, we all hope to see her out agair
Politics is dull, candidates are care
ful not to electioneer farmers while
they are tugging at the grass. Whet
General Green is on hand, candidates
must step aside, or their reception may
be of the dry grin order.
It is being reported over here that
"B" THE TIES correspondent is ai
"Anti." I suppose the eeport eminated
from a little coterie in Manning whc
have a personal, political, financial and
religious grudge against THE TIME5
editor. The people over ~this side un
derstand the motives prompting these
good (?) men, and are influenced by
our individual estimate of them. But
I cannot understand why they should
spring such a rumor, for the people
over here will not be prejudiced there
by, because all of us have laid aside
factional prejudice, while the bunch of
enemies at Manning are political hypo
rrites: they are Anti's with Anti's and
Reformers' with Reformers, and one
of the push has told people that he
roted for McKinley against Bryan, and
lie was naturally a national Republican.
This same man when trying to work~
his influence against THE TIES, is a
red-hot Anti, when there are no Re
formers about, and a thorough wool
bat when he is with the "one gallus"
set. I was a Reformer, have continued
to be, and still adhere to the principles.
[ have been very plain in my advice to
he people, in regard to magistrates
being elected by ballot. 1 still con
~end that it is an apponitive office:
ost any incompetent man can be
elected by ballot, if he has the reputa
on of being clever, poor or crippled.
[ want those who are endeavoring to
pizen" my writing by whispering it
ronnd "B is an Anti" to understand
~hat "B" is a Democrat, and clings to
~he principles of Reform as tight as an
~agle hold in its clutches its prey, and
~his twaddle about "Anti" is nothing
bort of deception for a little srain. I
iope the executive committee will see
tfter the magistrates, and use their
Two gentlemen from here, attended
he Gailuchat-Pauling wedding at
Ianning, and they report it the pret
est ceremony and the nicest reception
hey ever attended. B.
New Zion June 19, 1904.
Triumphs of Modern Surgery.
Wonderful things are done for the
iuman body by surgery. Organs are
,aken out and scraped and polished and
ut back, or they may be removed en
irely: bones are spliced; pipes take
he place of diseased sections of the
reins; antiseptic dressings are applied
,o wounps, bruises, burns and like in
uries before inflammation sets in~which
~auses them to heal without maturation
nd in one-third the time required by
he old treatment. Chamberlain's
~ain Balm acts on this same principle.
t is an antiseptic and when applied to
uch injuries. causes them to heal very
uickly. It 'also allays the pain and
oreness. Keep a bottle of Pain Balm
n your home and it will save you time
.n money, not to mention the incon
'enience and suffering which such in
uries entail. For sale by The IR. B.
aryea Drug Store. 1saac M. Loryea,
Bea The !j% 7')' Have Always Bougl~t
tr entire stock
y to rent for thi
ss in Olarendo
> take the mill
me and buy sc
Editor The Manning Times:
SEverything is very quiet in town an<
.news scarce, but we will endeavor t<
send a few dots as a gentile remindel
- that we are still here.
,We must congratulate Miss Appel
Son the essay which appeared in THI
STIMES last week. We have heard sev
Seral say it was very good. It containei
iseveral incidents which we had neve1
read or had account of before.
-Mr. W. C. Johnson, who has beer
clerking in the store here for the pasl
sixteen or eighteen months, left las1
Thursday to engage in business foi
himself at Summerton. We hope foi
him much success in his undertaking
It was certainly heart-rending to sec
the countenances of some here when he
tbade them farewell. We certainly
sympathize with them, but we feel that
every handsome fellow who leaves towr
gives the writer that much better
chance of "standing a hand," but the
trouble is they always pay us frequent
visits after they leave here.
Messrs. J. P. Meehan and A. G. Jone5
spent yesterday in Columbia.
Mr. W. P. Walker who has charge oi
the stock farm, left Saturday night for
his home at Blackville, S. C.. where he
will spend a few weeks' vacation.
Crops are doing fine in this section
now and if we have good seasons a fine
cotton crop will be made.
I note "B." is not going to be a can
didate as he promised. We would like
to have him announce himself. as the
more there are the merrier it will be
in the coming campaign.
"Old-Timer" is giving us some good
advice as to who should be chosen for
the Legislature. As he says we should
have men who will look to the interest
of the people in general and not to in
dividual benefit as we have known some
to do in time past.
Mr. J. M. Plowden. son of Mr. RI. E.
Plowden, who is in business at Dillon~is
visiting his relatives at Duflants. Mr.
Plowden used to work here and we
were all glad to see him here one dav
Messrs. F. Earle Bradham and W. C.
Johnson were in town yesterday after
noon and last night, causing some of
our young fellows much uneasiness.
Never mind, boys, after a while you
will be like the writer-not able to have
any girl at all, then such things. will
not worry you so- The only consolation
I have is that no one can "cut me out,"
as there is nothing to be cut of
Alcolu, S. C.. June 20, 1904.
An Ala:m Clock for 25c.
If y ou want to get up early and feel
good all day take a Little Early Riser
or two at bed tin:e. These famous lit
tie pills relax the nerves, give quiet
rest and refreshing sleep, with a gentle
movement of the bowels about break
fast time. W. H. Howell, Houston,
Tex., says "Early Risers are the best
pill made for constipation, sick head
ache, biliousness, etc." Sold by The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store..
Editor The Manmn: Times:
Capt. WV. C. Davis of the Manning
bar was here last Thursday to repre
sent Capt. J. P. Brock in a hearing be
fore Judge A. JT. Richbourg to decide a
rent claim against Mr. George Joseph.
The jury found a verdict for Captain
Now, Mr. Editor, you missed seeing a
fine game of ball last Friday. The
married men shut the single men out
from the first to the ninth inning and
the game wound up 4 to 5 in favor of
the single men.
Messrs. I. I. Appelt, E. B. Brown and
A. I. Barron of Manning and W. C.
Johnson of Alcolu witnehed the game
to be sold at A
n county, but i
me of the lowe
ess location, c
Ifrom the surrounding country, men,
women and children. Dr. Stukes being
away with the sick, Professor Walker
mpired the game.
IThere will be some radical changes
in the mercantile business here soom
Mrs. R. H. Belser and son, Ervin,left
last Friday for New York and other
summer resorts, where they will spend
a couple of months.
-The schedule on this road now is just
what the people needed and Captain
Wilson could not have arranged a bet
ter plan to accommodate the traveling
Wonder what "Old-Timer" is doing.
Maybe he is bunting up young college
breds to fill the important offices and
planning to weed out the magistrates
or has he found out that the people do
not sanction what he said in your col
umns sometime ago. Our venerable
old magistrate. A. J. Richbourg, will
not have any office that is not in the
gift of the people at the ballot-box.
On last Sunday night about 10 o'clock
at the hotel of Mr. H. L. Brunson, his
daughter, Miss Inez. discovered a negro
on th akpiazza trying to get in at a
window to one of the bed rooms. She
gave the alarm and her brother, Leslie,
fired four shots at the would-be thief,
but unfortunately neither shot took ef
fect. The negro'was not recognized.
Mr. James Allen of Florence, father
of Mrs. C. C. Herbert,.left this morn
ing for his home after a pleasant visit
to Rev. C. C. Herbert.
There is a lot of goods in the depot
here for the Summerton Hardware Co.
Hon. J. C. Lanham and Capt. Joe A.
James are the proprietors of this lirm
and the goods will be opened right
Summerton, S. C., .June 20. 1904.
A Strong Heart
is assured by perfect digestion. Indi
gestion swells ]he stomsch and puffs it
up against the heart. This causes
shortness of breath, palpitation of the
heart and general weakness. Kodlol
Dyspepsia Cure cures indigestion, re
lieves the stomach, takes the strain off
the heart and restores it to a full per
formance or its function naturally. Ko
dol increases the strength by enabling
the stomach and digestive organs to di
gest, assimilate and appropriate to the
blood and tissues all of the food nutri
ment' Tones the stomach and diges
tive organs. Sold by The R. B. Loryea
Editor The Manning Timecs:
The services in the Methodist church
have been changed and the olwn
appointments: First Sunday, preaching
at 11 o'clock a. in.: second Sunday at
4:30 p. in.: fourth Sunday at 11 a. mn.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Gritiin gave a veryI
enjoyable sociable on last Tuesday eve
ning. The company was entertained
for a while by a number of familiar
games which occasioned much laughterI
and were heartily enjoyed by allepres
One of the pretty Pinewood girls who
has chosen the 11owery month of June
in which to get married was Miss Sue 1
E. Lide, who on Sunday, June 19th be- C
came the bride of Mr. James B. Ward of
Wilmington, N. C. Mrs. Ward is a
beautiful young woman of the brunette
type. She had arranged for a quiet
wedding, which was celebrated in the
presence of immediate friends only.
The nuptials was solemnized by Rev. L.
L. Bedenbaugh at the home of the
bride's sister, Mrs. D. R. Lide, ati1 p.m. 1
The young couple left on the (6 o'clock I
train for their future home in Wil
mington amid showers of good wishes
and congratulations from a large as
semblage of friends and relatives who
had gathered at the depot to bid thel
happy couple adieu. Mr. Ward holds
an important position in the freight de -|
partment of the Atlantic Coast Line.
ALE OR RE
t is necessary
this stock of n
~st priced gooc
ome and see ui
ation of fine white silk mull, covered
with a great deal of lace and medal
lions, tiny tucks run in out among the
bands of lace. The whole was over a
around of white taffeta silk. The bride
Sarried a large bouquet of carnations
and lilies of the valley.
Miss Mamie Brown, who visited
friends near Manning last week, re
turned home Saturday.
Mr. Sam Barron of Rock Hill has
becn elected teacher for the Fulton
school the ensuing year.
A party of young ladies and gentle
men made a flying trip last Saturday
afternoon to Santee river bridge.
There were sev.eral in the party who.
had never seen the bridge. "Blondy "
was master of ceremonies.
Mr. R. C. Richardson, Jr'., has re
turned from Columbia, where he has
been on business.
There is some talk of building a new
school house near. Judge A. L. Burk
Messrs. Allison and MJ iller Lide, Mr.
and Mrs. John Daniels and several eth
ers were in town Sunday at the Lide
Pine wood. S. C., June 20, 1904.
Sued by His Doctor.
"A doctor here has sued' me for -$12.50
which I claimed was excessive for a
case of cholera morbus." says R. White
of Coachella, Cal. "At the trial he
praised his medical skill and medicine.
I asked him if it was not Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
he used as I had good reason to believe
it was, and he would not say under oath
that it was not." No doctor could use
a better remedy than this in a case of
cholera morbus, it never fails. Sold byl
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac M.'
Editor The Manning Times:
The discourse delivered on last Snn-1
day morning by Rev. L. L. Beden-'
baugh. pastor of the Methodist church
heoe, deserves special comment. His
subject was "What is Life'" His re
marks were addressed mostly to the
young men just entering upon man
bood. He certainly gave them food for
much thought and, wve trust. inspira
tion for higher ideals.
Mrs. H. B. Curtis of Sumter, after a
visit of several days to the home of Mr.
3. I. Curtis, returned home last Mon
Messrs. T. H. and Bunyan Harvin of
ilver spent last Sunday here.
Children's Day services were opened
it Home Branch church on last Sunday
Mr. John K. Breedin of Manning has1
3ee visiting at the home of Rev. J1. D.I
Mrs. J. H. Mahoney entertained a
er friends on last Thursday evening in
1nor of Miss Sonie Weeks of Man-I
Mrs. G. H. Curtis spent several days
tt Summnerton last week.
There will be a lawn party at the
ome of Mr. M. B. Corbett's on next
[huesday evening. Refreshments will 1:
>e sold for the benefit of the Methodlstl:
:hurch. The publi is cordially invited. *
Mr. S. L. Thompson visited our town :
.nd community last week. The candi- :U
ate.- seem to' have a "special likin'"
Mr-s. Manley Bradham has recently
'eturned from a visit to her daughter,
irs. Pate. at Bishopville.
Misses Eva Curtis and Nonie Corbet t1
ae been elected delegates from thisj
lace to the annual meeting of the Wo
an 's Foreign Missionary Society,
~hih convenes in Bennettsville on the
Bears the The Kind You Hlave Always Bought
rery article in stock.
to give up saw mill business
erchandise must be sold
ts ever in reach.
re, Groceries, Etc., Etc.
To Our Friends: [
S While I am off perfecting myself in the profession of
Sembalming and sanitary disinfection, I will also look over
the great furniture markets-Cincinnati, Louisville, At
no doubt my patrons will find- it to their interest to reserve
their fall orders for me. Being in .the market, I will be
able personally to select the best goods' for the least
money for the benefit of my friends, and promise you will
not regret buying from me when in need of Furniture, as
I am going to have the largest line of Furniture ever
I n my absence Mr. J. W. Herriot- will attend to youra
wants from my enormous stock of Furniture on handl,and
you can be assured fair treatment at his hands.
In order to make room for the new stock, we will sell -_
evrthing in our store at considerably reduced prices.
O Wehavea large stock on hand and will be able to supply
your wants in every respect and at any time of the year.
Our undertaking department is open day and night
prepared for all emergencies.
S. L. K R ASNOFF,~.
THE FURNITUJRE MAN.
Ice Cream Ereezers.
S Ice cream freezers have not always been the marvelous machines
Sthat they are today. In former times the freezing of cream, sherbets,.
Swater ices, etc., was accomplished with no end of labor and expense.
Sso much so that the serving of these delightful dishes was looked
Supon as quite an event in the family circle, and on many occasions
parental authority had to be asserted to keep the younger members
Sof the family within bounds.
S Today, with cheap ice and persect freezers nothing is more comn- -
3 mon than the serving of frozen dishes which not only appeal to our
a sense of taste, but the cheapness by which they can be made render
Sthem them dessirable.
SForemost among the Freezers of today is the "Arctic," which 22
Swill in from seven to ten minutes-freeze to uniform hardness, cream ___
3 of even grain and perfect smoothness. They are made in sizes from
Sone to ten quarts and are strong and durable in every way. Booklet
3 accompanies each freezer which tells how to make all kinds of nice
Sthings at small cost.
~P FEFOTION OIL STOVES & O7ENS. 3
Oil Stoves were at one time given up as useless. .owing~ to the dis
agreeable odor from burning oil. but since the BLUE FLA ME OIL .
STOVE was brought out their use has been revived and are agami
becoming quite popular. They are absolutely safe and reliable, giv
ing a quick heat and little cost and are the very thing for warm. The
combustion of the oil is perfect and by turning off the valve all loose
oil is consumed before the fire is extinguishep. Ladies who are using
them are delighted and speak of them in the highest praise. We"
-have an ex.cellent stock of these, with one and two burners.
SCPEEN DOOES AND WINDOWS.
Our Screen Doors and Windows give comfort wherever they are
placed. W~e have all the desirable sizes.
z Our JEWEL STOVES are the most beautiful things of the kind
ever shown here. Ornament yonr kitchen with one and see how
much better care will be taken of it than of an ordinary stove.
Very truly yours,
MANNING HARDWARE COMPANY.