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MANNING, S. C., JULY 27, 1904.
Publishes All County and Town Of
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MUST be in 1
this office by Saturday Noon in order to
insure publication the following week. i
Manning Street Car Schedule.
Leave Central Hotel corner 9:00 a. m. and 6:4
p- m. for the passenger trains, and the car will
also meet the freight trains. Arrangements
have been made with the agent at depot to tele I
phone when freight trains are approaching
Fare. 10 cents each war.
Important News Items.
Those who need or are going to buy
Furniture any time in the near future
will do well to see our large line of Fur
niture now on display.
Our Furniture is sold on the depart,
ment store plan, which means that we
sell Furniture much cheaper than the
regular furniture dealer can sell it.
Any way you call and see our Furniture
and compare prices and the order is
All Summer Dry Goods are being
closed out at sacrifice prices.
Don't fail to see the great values we
have to offer on our bargain counters.
Do you like to buy Remnants? You
can get all you want at our store at
We have just gone through our stock
and thrown out all Remnants and we
are closing them out at COST.
W. E. JENKINSON CO.
Rev. J. M. Holladay will preach at
Harvin's on Sunday afternoon at 5
Mr. F. P. Ervin and wife. and Miss
Hattie Nelson left last Saturday for
Hon. H. H. Crum, former State
liquor commissioner died at his home
in Denmark yesterday. I
Mr. Ben H. Harvin, private secretary
to Congressman Legare. was in Man
ning last Monday on business, his fam
ily are now visiting relatives in the
There will be preaching in the Pres- i
byterian church next Saturday morn- I
ing at 1- o'clock by Rev. W. S. Porter
Rev. J M. Holladay with his family
will leave for Sullivan,s Island next
Tuesday morning, to be gone the i
month of August.
Died last Monday near Sandy Grove
Mr. Silas briggers, a 18 year old son of
Mr. D. I. Driggers. The young man
was exceedingly bright, and very pop
ular in his community.
Charlton DuRant, Esq., left last Sat-.
urday for Gleen Springs where hej
hopes to get clear of the fever he has
been having, and the rest needed from
A severe hail and rain storm passed
through the Brewington section last
Wednesday, and did considerable dam
age to the crops, Mr. Ervin Plowden's1
corn was badly hurt.
Dr. J. H. Hawkins left last Saturday
for Washington and other northern t
points, Dr. Charles Jennings of Colum
bia is filling Dr. Hawkins' place at the<
prescription case of Brown & Co. t
Dr. T. B. McDow who killed Capt. F.
W. Dawson, editor of the News and
Courier, in I889, was found dead in his
home in Charleston yesterday. .It is
said that Dr. McDow was never himself
after slaying the great editor.
Supervisor Owens did not succeed in
getting convicts from the penitentiary,
but he left his application on file, and
beir.g ahead of all others, he has the
promise, that as soon as there are any
to s.pare Clarendon will be the first to
Rev. R. L. Grier of Elizabeth City,
N. C. spent about ten days visiting the
group of churches once served by Rev.1
W. H. Mills. He was called to Rock
Hill on last Sunday, by a telegram,
announcing the illness of his child.
The stock of general merchandise
belonging to S. I. Till, was sold yes
terday to satisfy a chattel mortgage.
The highest bid was $1,675, and was
knocked off to J. H. Lesesne attorney.
The sale attracted quite a crowd and
for a while the bidding was quite spir
ited. This is the first safe of the kind
that has taken place in Manning in
The third quarterl fwasrence of the
Santee circuit will embrace -nestFr
day, Saturday and Sunday, and will9
con'vene at St. Paul's church. The fol
lowing will be present and participate
in the meeting: Rev. H. B. Browne,
P. E.: Rev. L. L. Bedenbaugh, Rev. A.
N. Brunson and Prof. H. G. Sheridan
of the Carlisle Fitting School. Every-|
Mr. A. P. Hill of Paxville who went
to Georgia to attend the trial of the
Bryadt boys, has returned home, and
reports that tbe case was heard at
Swansborro, Emanuel county, and Wil
lie and Charlie Bryant- pleaded guilty
to the charge of burglary and larceny,
-and were sentenced to 15 years on the
public works. Lucius Bryant pleaded
guilty to the charge of harboring
stolen goods and he was sentenced to 5
years. The Bryant boys are the sons
'of Mr. J. J. Bryant of Paxville, and
they have been a source of much trou
ble'to him, but he did not desert them.
and did all he could to get them out of
A tragedy occured on the chaingang
last Friday. The gang ls located .at
Silver; Lee Walker a 10 year convict,
and Selwyn Briggs a 2 year convict
were both in the hospital. Briggs was
struck on the side ot the head a blow
suticient to infiict an ugly wound from
which he died almost instantly. It is
thought he was struck with an iron
rod. Walker claims that Briggs was
trying to break out of the hospital with
ani iron rod, and when he remonstrated
with him, Briggs made at him with
the iron, and that he struck Briggs on
the head with the handle of an ordi
nary carpet broom. The blow inflicted
ruptured the spinal cord causing hem
,orrhsme. Magistrate Richbourg held
the inquest, and wvalker will be tried
for murder. - . -
There is, in another column, a com
munication from Mr. B. H. Harvin
which we hope our readers will ponder
over seriously. Mr. Harvin has made a
study of the undeveloped portions of,
this and the Pee Dee sections, and he is
enthusiastic over the parospect of a rail.
road which will give this section an
other commercial outlet. He thinks~
the projected road, from Conway will
make an almost direct route to Man
ning by crossing the Northeastern rail
road either at Scranton or Kingstree,
then from Manning up left hand side of
Pocotaligo swamp to'Sumter, or direct
from Conway to Manning, then straight
on to Charleston. If there is any~
chance of inducing the projectors of
this new road to come here or to any
part of the county every citizen should
end a helping hand.
We have received a communication,
not for publication,) urging us to indi
ate through these columns who of the
,ublished list of candidates for the
Legislature would make. in our opin
on, good Representatives. This we
annot do, it would not be fair to the
andidates nor would it be fair to the
)eople, and it would only give those we
lid not mention grounds to charge us
vith attempting to dictate. We as
;ume every man offering himself for
he Legislature is known and the peo
>1e are in as good position to judge his
aerits or qualifications as we are. We
ill, however, say that as there are no
>pen issues, it would be well to ascer
ain from the candidates whether or
:ot, if elected, they favor making any
:hanges in the dispensary law. We do
:ot think a man should be elected to
,he Legislature if he favors any
hanges, unless he makes known to his
nstituents the changes he favors. In
number of counties the Bri:e bill, as
riginally introduced, is an issue. This
neasure, as we understand it, means to
>ermit towns where dispensaries are
stablished to vote them out, whereas
nder the law as enacted, dispensaries
annot be voted out by the towns, but
he vote must be submitted to the qual
fled voters of the conuty. If we send
o the Legislature a man who does not
ive a public expression on this matter
re may elect a man upon his personal
opularity who will work and vote di
-ectly against the wishes of his constit
ents. It is therefore well to have an
xpression from the candidates on this
mportant question. A man who is a
'rohibitionist from principle, or who
as heretofore claimed such must when
ie goes to the Legislature. to be con
stent, work to break up the dispen
ary root and branch, and if the voters
avor such a movement they should
rote for such an one, but if on the other
and, &hey believe we are getting the
iquor traffic under a satisfactory con
rol no such man should be elected, be
ause he would misrepresent the peo
)le who have honored him. There is
o compromise of the liquor question
rith a sincere Prohibitionist, and when
L man goes before the people who has
ieretofore posed as a Prohibitionist,
,nd now to be sent to the Legislature
>roposes compromising, or even pro
>oses to accept the question as a set
ed policy, we say he will not do. and
teither the Prohibitionists or the dis
ensaryites need have faith in him.
So far as we are concerned, we have
io favorites: when the primary comes
n we will make our selection of those
ho have announced themselves, but
o indicate to the public our choice, or
bose we do not favor, without a public
pression from the candidates them
elves is not in accord with our judg
amberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
This remedy is certain to be needed
n almost every home before the sum
ner is over. It can always be depend
pon even in the most severe and dan
rerous cases. It is especially valuable
or summer disorders in children. It is
leasant to take and never fails to give
>rompt relief. Wny not buy it now?
t may save life. For sale by The R.B.
rya Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea,
A Rare Musical Treat.
Sometime ago several of the public
;pirited citizens of Manning began
egotiations for the purpose of obtain
g a concert from the Royal Hungarian
hurt Orchestra which will shortly
isit the Unitnd States for the first
This Orchestra is the one attached to
e Royal Court of Hungary and fur
iishes the music for it on all State oc
~asions. This Orchestra has played
efore most of the crowned heads of
urope, and it is one of the "crack"
nusical organizations of the world.
E'hey will spend but a short time in
his country, as they are simply taking
vacation and giving a few concerts in
ifferent portions of the United States
o ay their expenses.
'The price which they have agreed to
ome is a very large one and the
,ackers of the enterprise are simply
loping that the attendance will be
arge enough to make their loss a small
e. We have been assured that the
~ngagement of this attraction, or one
f its high class is something unheard
f in a town of this size. This aggre
ration of musical artists are expected
ere September 21st, and every lover
)f music should feel fortunate to secure
Piles Upon Top of Piles.
Piles upon top of piles of people have
:he piles, and DeWitt's Witch Hazel
alve cures them. There are many dif
erent kinds of piles, but if you get the
enuine and original Witch H~azeli Salve
nade by E. C. DeWitt & Co. of Chi
ago, a cure is certain. H. A. Tisdale
)f Sumerton, S. C., says, "I had piles
O years and DeWitt's Salve cured me
tfter everything else failed-" Sold by
rhe R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
he Picnic at Beulah Attended by Thousands.
Timmonsville, S. C., July 24.-Yes
erday quite a large crowd attended the
nnual Confederate Veterans' picnic
held at Beulah, which is just fifteen
niles from the nearest railroad. Beu
Lah is.z thriving little settlement and
there are atbouit five nice frame stores.
ll seem to be doig quite an interest
ing business. One -thing that espe
ialy attracted attention was that
nearly all the girls and boys arc at
tendig some one or other of the State
chools. The welcome which each and.
every one was extended could hardly
bave been excelled, for it seemed to be
quite a pleasure for those good people
The grounds where the crowd was
ntertained were just across a small
stream and they have been all cleaned
off, a new artesian well sunk and plen
ty of benches placed around. At 12
'clock the old soldiers were lined up
nd marched to a stand by Captain
Truluck and an address of welcome was
delivered by Mr. Kennedy. Mr. D. H.
Traler spoke next, then Mr. WV. H.
Wells, after which Mr. Ellis Smith, of
nhbourg, took the stand and gave
an interesting talk on national as well
as State issues.
After the speeches dinner was an
nounced and the multitudes were well
fed. There were over 2,000 people at
the picnic, some estimates being as
high as 2.500 to 3,000. Tables could
not begin~ to hold out, so numbers
spread their table cloths out on the
ground. A grander bill of fare could
not have been asked for. All sorts and
inds of food was served. Never be
fore in the history of this country has
there ever been such a large gathering.
There were heavy rains the day and
night before and in the morning _there
were heavy clouds which floated in the
heavens all day. There was no disor
der and nothing marred the most pleas
ant day of many years. It is said that
there were people from seven counties
present. A game of ball between two
nearby teams helped to amuse the vis
itors in the afternoon. The crowd did
Disease takes no summer
Ifyo need flesh and
summer as in winter.
SSend for free sarnple.
SSCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists,
1 4 454 Pearl Street, New York.
s oc. and si.oo: all druggsts.
not disburse until about o'clock when
the skies opened up and it. seemed as if ,
the clouds went through a ringing ma
chine, wrung every drop of water out
of them. The crowd was good natured
and took everything in the best of hu
All who attended were quite willing S
to say old Beulah did her best and
there is no need for others to try.
The crops all along are the best in
Bears the The Kind YOU Have Always Bought da
To Speak At Greeleyville. ic
Florence, S. C., July 26,-Special
Sixth district Congressional candidates
will s'peak at Greeleyville ten o'clock ni
August third. pr
J. W. RAGSDALE, ki
A Very Close Call. H:
"I stuck to my engine, although
every joint ached and every nerve was
racked with pain," writes C. W. Bel- se
lamy. a locomotive fireman, of Burling- H
ton, Iowa. "I was weak and pale,with- so
out any appetite and all run down. As
I was about to give up, I got a bottle of
Electric Bitter, and after taking it I i
felt as well as I ever did in my life." it
Weak, sickly, run down people always a
gain new life, strength and vigor from ro
their use. Try them. Satisfaction ea
uaranteed by The R. B. Loryea Drug
Store. Price 50 cents. .
He Could, Hear. 75
Grandfather (to granddaughter)-I an
think,ldear, my hearing is returning. I off
fancy I can hear John snoring on the
sofa over there. Granddaughter (shriek- 12
ing through an ear trumpet)-That's an
not John snoring, grandpa. That's a ho
German band playing in the street, tw
Grandfather (savagely) - Send 'em TI
away. I can't bear the noise. pe
are caused by indigestion. If you eat a
little too much, or if you are subject to
attacks of indigestion, the stomach ex
pands-swells, and p'uffs up against the 64
heart. This crowds the heart and b
shortens the breath. Rapid heart beats hJ
and heart disease is the final result. ei
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you "
eat, takes the strain off the heart, cures n4
indigestion, dyspepsia, sour stomach,
and contributes neurishment, strength
and health to every organ of the body.
Sold by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. a
A Drunken 31an's Wit. V
A drunken man who sought to buy a V(
ticket at a theater box office was de- bc
nied the privilege. "What's matter?" fo
demanded the applicant. "What's mat
ter with me?" "Well, if you really
want to know," responded the keeper
of the box office, "you're drunk." The
frankness of this reply had rather a re
sobering influence upon the playgoer.
He gathered up his money with dig- er
nity. "Of course I'm drunk," he said I
cheerfully as he turned to go. "I se
wouldn't come to see this play if I
were sober, would I?"
Bears the ,,The Kind You Have Always Bougt~
I EEYANNOUNCE MY CANDIDACY
forre-lecionto the office of Solicitor of
the Third Judicial Circuit, subject to the rules dat
of the Dmcaiprt.JOHN S. WILSON. Co
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.T
I EEB LNNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN- Sh
diaefrre-election to the House of R'epre
sentatives. subject to the rules of the Demo
cr-atic primary. R. S. DEsCHAMPS.
IHEREBY .ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN- C1
didate for the House of Representatives.
subject to the rules of the primar OW.
IHEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for the House of Representatives
from Clarendon County. subject to the rules of
the Democratic primary LUHRGREE
I BEGTOANoNOLTNCE TO THE PEOPLE tpr
ofCaednCounty that I am a candidate _
for the Lower House of Representatives, sub'
ject to the primary. DR. I. M. WOODS.
UPON ENTERING THE RACE FOR THE y
Legislature it seems that the candidate A
should declare himself upon the questions he Tul
intends to agitate affecting the interests of his
county. so that the voters may know .what
measures so well as what men they will bey
called upon to support; and although they may I
not agree entirely with him. they will at least re
admire his candor. To that end I invite criti- i
cism of my past record, and declare to the Dem
ocratic voters of Clarendon that if elected I
shall advocate the following:.
All measures prohibiting fraud in party pri- '
maes and conventions. fri
The application of so much of the dispensary foi
profits as are necessary to the running of all my
the white public schools the full term and sup- ru)
plying the children with free use of books. ele
Compelling railroad companies to fulfill the
conditions of their charters, i. e.. furnish better
passenger schedules and cars and freight rates.
so that the people living off main lines may not I
be discriminated agansDt- ent
Placing more absolutely under government cri
control and providing severer penalties for the
traffking in and unlawful carrying and trans- -
porting of knucks, dirks. pistols and liquor.
And modifying the lien law so as to stop its
demoraizing effect uponi farmHAT.r I
July 6. 1904. f
PlING FAITH AND CONFIDENCE IN
the.Ron. George R. Jones to faithfully and
sincerely perform the duties of a legislator, weS
his neighbors and intimate acquaintances here- da
by nominate him for the House of Representa- e
tves from Clarendon County in the coming e
Democratic primary election. the rules and reg
ulations of which he agree~ to abie etTRSI
CLERK OF COURT.
HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN-I
didate for Clerk of Court of Clarendon E
County, subject to the rules of the Democratic ru
primary. ARtCHIE I. BARRON.
I EEYANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN- -
diaefrre-electioni to the offce of Clerk of
Court, subject to the rules of the prLImary.
T TH VOTERS OF CLARENDON '0.:'
Upo the solicitations of iriends I hereby
announce myself a candidate for the position of
Clerk of Court for Clarendon County, subjecto
the rules of the Democratic primary.1\IA o al
IANNOUNCE MYSELF A CANDIDATE form
teoeofClerk of Court Clarendon Coun
ty. subject to the rules of the Democratic pr
mary. JAMfES M. WINDHAM.
HEEYANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN- cc
diaefrthe offce of Clerk of Court. sub
ect to the rules of the Democratic party. My )
motto shall be. Honesty, strict attention to busi
iess and straightforward integrity.
ANDREW P. BURGESS.
ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CANDIDATE for "I
the offce of Clerk of Court. in accordance a
with the rules of the DemocraticR party.
HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN-I
Ididate for Auditor Clarendon County. sub-I
jct to the rules of the Democratic primary..
W. J. TROUBLEFIELD. 3e
BEINGCONFDENTTHAT I HAVE given I
fatfuB ervce Iask the people for re -
election to the offce of County Auditor, subject
to the Democratic party rule. . C. DICKSON.
HEREBY ANUCMYEFA CAN
jct to the rules of the Democratic \Imay n
ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CANDIDATE forT
the offce of Sheriff, subject to the rules of
the Democratic party. I was born and reared I
in Clarendon and have always endeavored tO be_
a worthy citizen in private as wel as public
T HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN- I
didate for Sheriff of Clarendon County. sub
jct to the rules of the Democrati primary. a
I'he Furniture Man, Levi Block. [tf,
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best.
Le R. B. Lorvea Drug Store.
Plant Wood's tested and true Wheat
ed. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Eight boxes of the finest twenty-five
.lcum Toilet Powder for $1.00, at
iame's Drug Store.
See our cut rates on Buggies for 60
ys. We must make room for our fall
ck. W. P. Hawkins & Co.
Who are the Graduate Druggists of
mmerton? See ad. of The Prescrip
n Drug Store. Yours truly, Capers
You can save money by purchasing a
3e Buggy from us now at a reduced
ice: must have room. W. P. Haw- P
as & CO.
Never lag behind, keep up with the
aes. Buy a fine Buggy from V. P.
wkins & Co. at a reduced price now;
lp us and we help you.
Iothing like it in town. Be sure to 4
those handsome Buggies at W. P.
wkins & Co.'s before they are all
d, else you will miss a bargain.
Nothing like a stylish Buggy in tak
your "best" to ride. You can get
from W. P. Hawkins & Co. at a re
ced price for 60 days in order to make
m for our large, full stock. Come
For Sale-167 acres of land in Har
>ny township, adjoining lands of You
ns and Nelson, said tract has about
acres cleared, with a four room ten
t house. Particulars apply to this
For Sale, one lot at Jordan containing
acres,5 room dwelling, good garden,
a orchard, barn and stables, a store
use, 20x30 feet, gin house 35x50 feet,
o stories, and two tenant houses.
is is a bargain Apply to Louis Ap
On his eightieth birthday Theodor
ommsen, the historian, received a
sit from a great delegation of stu
mts, who marched out to his home,
it he could not be induced to leave
s work to greet them. "They see me
rery day at the university," he said.
Why do they want to disturb 'mQ
Wanted the Best.
Mrs. Shoddy (to shopman)-Show me
thermometer, one of your best. Shop
an-This, ma'am, is one-of -our finest,
metian glass and the best quicksil
r. Mrs. Shoddy-Silver!' That-would
nice for the kitching, but T want one
r my boodore. Haven't yfonot'with
Only Two Occasions.
"You always appear to be nervous,"
marked the friend solicitously.
"But really," replied the housekeep
, "there are only two occasions when
am nervous. One is when I have a
rvant girl, and the other is when I
odol Dyspepsia Cure
Digusts what you eat.
THE R. B. LORYEA DRUG STORE. P
BJECT TO THE RULES OF THE DEM
ocratic primary, I announce myself a candi- -
e for the offce of Sheriff of Clarendon
mty. . E. B. GAMBLE.
.pril 27. 1904.
0 THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS: SUB
jet to the rules of the Democratic party I
iounce myself a candidate for the ofalce of
Iriff of Clarendon County.
E. R. PLOWDEN.
BJECT TO THE RULES OF THE DEM
ocratic primary I announce myself a candi
e for re-election to the office of Sheriff of
rendon County for the second term.
J. ELBERT DAVIS.
ITH GRAEFUL ACKNOWLEDGMENT
to my fellow-citizens of Ciarendon Coun
ror their confidence and unvarying kindness
the past, I announce myself for re-election to
offce of County Treasurer, subject to the
mary election. S. JT. BOWMAN.
EREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for County Supervisor, subject to the
es of the Democratic primaEr.HOTN
AM A CANDIDATE FOR THE OFFICE P(
of County Supervisor under the rules and
ilations of the Democratic party, promising C(
ected to give my personal attention to the
cc. J. H. JOHNSON. II]
THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF Clar
endon County: After being solicited by
nds throughout the county to enter the race
County Supervisor again. I hereby announce
'self a candidate for that offiee, subject to the,
es of the Democratic primary, promising if
ted to give faithful service.
HENRY L. JOHNSON. g)
ANOUNCE MYSELF A CANDIDATE FOR V
re-election to the offce of Supervisor of Clar
ion County. subject to the rules of the Demo
stic primary. T. C. OWENS.
HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CANDIDACY
in the coming primary for re-election to the
Lee of County Superintendent of Education.
S. P. HOLLADAY.
CBJECT TO THE RULES OF THE DEM
ocrtic primary I announce myself a candi- p
te for Superintendent of Education of Clar
:on County. S. L. THOMPSON.
0 THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF Clar
endon County: I announce myself a candi
te for the offce of County Superintendent of
Lucation. subject to thc action of the Demo
itic primary. JEFF. M. DAVIS.
HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for the offce of Superintendent of S
ucation of Clarendon County. subject to the C
les of the Democratic primary.
F. EARLE BRADHAM.
HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for Coroner of Clarendon County.sub
t to the rules of the Democratic primary.
C ANNOUNCING MYSELF A CANDIDATE
for the offce of Coroner I solicit the votes of
Democrats in the coming primary, pledging
rself to abide the result of same.
S. L. STIDHAM.
' THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF Clar
endon: Being confident of my ability to
nduct the offce of Coroner intelli:;ently, I an
,unce myself a candidate for that omfce, sub
:t to the rules of the Democratic party, prom.
g if elected to make a careful study of the
,v that I may render effcient servie.
'HE VOTERS OF CLARENDON COUNTY
are called upon to vote for a man to till the
ice of Coroner. That offee should be tilled
a stright, up-and-dovwn, pious and sober man,
.d I being such a man. oler myself as a can
dto for the position, subject to the rules of b
e Democratic party. JH .PC
HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for Coroner of Clarendon County.sub- ..
at to the rules of the Democratic primary.
SG. D. SMITH.
MAGISTRATE AT MANNING.
HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for the offce of Magistrate located at
ec court house, subject to the rules of the Dem
rati party. JUNIUS M. STRANGE.j
HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for the offce of Magistrate at Man- a
ng. subjct to the rules of the Democratic pri
ary. THOS. H. RIDGEWAY.
HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CANDIDACY
for re-election to the offce of Magistrate at
.e court house. S. M. YOUMANS
MAGISTRATE IN SALEM.
AM A CANDIDATE FOR THE OFFICE
of Magistrate in Salem. pledging myself to
>ide the decision of the primary.nVLE
It pays others to send orders to RHAME'S DRUG
STORE for their wants. Perhaps it would pay you.
Send for your medicine, prescriptions or Toilet Articles.
You will be attended to and as promptly waited on as if
you were present.
We occupy a strictly neutral position as to physi
cians, as not one shares in the profits or is connected in
any way with our store, so our customers can rest as
sured that we will, in cases of emergency call either doe
tor for them with pleasure.
The proprietor, D. 0. Rhame, is always actually
present in the store or in telephonic communication,
ready to attend to all matters where superior skill is re
quired. All persons who would prefer that the proprie
tor fill his or her prescription are guaranteed that their
wish will be respected, if they will say so.
Rhame's Drug Store,
Summerton, S. C.
FLY PAPER BARGAIN,
35 cents per box of twenty-five double sheets. We have
just received an ouer supply, and wish to reduce stock,
so offer at 35 cents per box till further notice.
A FEW NICELY BOUND NOVELS
at 35 cents for summer reading.
CUT GIASS SILVERWARE AND CHINA,
for Wedding Present supplied at short notice. Let us
show you samples and prices.
Ginger Ale made either with the famous Glenn Springs
water or the celebrated White Stone Lithia Springs
water or the well known Buffalo Lick Springs water.
These refreshing beverages will tone your system, per
haps, and benefit you even though you have no kidney
or liver trouble.
RHAME'S DRUG STORE.
PAINTS, OILS. VARNISHES,
for Houses, Furniture, Buggies, Carriages, etc., at
Rhame's Drug Store,
STMMERTON, S. C.
ONE TIIOUSAND FRUIT JARS AND JELLY
Best made. Must be sold.
RHAME'S DRUG STORE.
In the early season the changesl from cold winter toi
o into the market to buy goods, either to keep in toueh
rnditions. But now at this season of the year nothing bu
arkets to buy goods. With these lights before us we hav(
SPEOIAL_ OL E
id clear out everything that pertains to Spring and Summ<w
inter stock. This sale will open on
Next Monday, the I
d will rin~~ii open until all Spring and Summer Goods are
irchases and those who comel with the cash will not be dis:
White Lawn Shirt Waists.
We have now on hand some eight or ten dozen White Law
airt Waists that we sold at $1.25, $1.50, S2 and $2.2o, will b
osed out now at 75c, $1 and $1.25 each.
Ladies, here are values you cannot afford to miss.
Ladies' Gauze Vests.
Twenty dozen Ladies' Gauze Vests at the old price of 5c o acI
Other grades of Gauze Vests at greatly reduced prices.
Every yard of Printed Wash Goods arc put out on our Ba:
in Counters at prices so attractive you can't afford to miss then
Come and sec what is piled out on these counters im store r(
White Goods is an article that sells at all seasons of the yea
at in order to make this sale interesting we have decided to pI
ft several lines of White Goods at prices that you can't pas
ll und see them.
See the great values we are offering in our FurnitureC Depar
ekly or monthly terms, and what is detter still, we sell Furmit
ad are selling goods cheaper than the ordinary furniture man ce
EIt BJENKINSON CO.
E. C. HORTON, JR. T. MITCHELL WELLS.
IBIRTHDAY WEEK SALE]
Monday, August Ist,
FOR ONE WEK ONLY.
We are just one year old on August 1st. That is, just 365
days ago:we threw open our doors as the MUTUAL DRY GOODS
2 COMPANY to the fair-minded trading public of Manning and
Clarendon county. Ordinarily that is only an infant's age, but
this big Baby of ours has outgrown itself so much during those
busy twelve months that it would hardly be called a "young
ster" now and especially not by some of our neighboring com
That the summer season-is fast passing and the time for-sell-'
ing summer goods will soon be over is.a fact that everybody
knows, so we will offer for ONE WEEK prices that will very fit'
3 tingly commemorate this our first birthday.
We are thankful for the success our young business has
achieved in this the first year of its business existence, for our
business has been larger, reaching far beyond anything we had
dared anticipate, and to show our candid appreciation we give
Special Birthday Sale
For One Week.
We will arrange prices to interest every one and specially
the ladies of the land, considering the quality of goods that-the, ,
We will arrange special features-and prices for each day sid
'will also make these known by handbills later..7
We will expect to see all our friends during this Special Sale,
and we promise to make it profitable and pleasant for you.
Come, whether you have aiything to buy or not, and offet
good wishes, and your presence will assure that much.
- Very truly,
MTUAL DRY GOODS CO
LUTHER McINTOSH. w. MINTER TURNER.
easant spring and the late styles compels people of all classes
vith the prevailing styles or to meet the demands of weather
attractive, bargains and low prices can bring people ito the
decided to hold a
~Goods before we start North to purchase our Fail and
irst Day of August,
Ssold. These special clearance sale prices are only for cash
ippointed, if .they know good values when they see' them.
department to lag, but there is no such word as lag about any de
partment in our store. If in need of a Hat or anythng mn the
Millinery line it will pay you to call at this department and see
what is in store for you.
All Hats and Summer Millinery sold regardless of former
Clothing & Gents Furnlishings.
~Any one who visits our splendid. Clothing Department and in.
rsects our goods and prices will be convinced that we are at the
head of the clothing situation of Manning.
See the great values we are offering in Spring, Sumtfer and
If you need a nice Suit it will do you no harm to see our
.splendid values and if you buy of us you will have saved money
.We carry thie largest stock of Gent's Pure Linen Collars and
Cuffs and Gent's Furnishing 'Goods to be found in this town.
et Furniture sold on easy term's-part cash and balance on easy
re on the Department Store plan, which means in short that we can
in afford to sell it. Anyw ay you come and see for yourself.
1 E JENKINSON CO.