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MANNING. S. C., SEPT. 21, 1904.
Publishes All County and Town Of
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MUST be in
this office by Saturday Noon in order to
insure publication the following week.
Tuesday and Wednesday Sept 27 and 28.
Is the days on which we will show the
largest and most up-to-date line of Mil
linery goods. Pattern Hats, Fine Dress
Goods. Silks and Dress Trimmings.
Cloaks, Wraps and Furs ever seen in
this town. Ladies you all are specially
invited to attend. We will also show a
large stock of gent's. youths and chil
drens Clothing, Collars, Cuffs, Neck
Ware, Shirts and a full line of gent's
furnishing goods. Also a large line of
Furniture, Wadrobes, Side-Boards,
Bed Room Sets. Hall Rocks. Iron Beds,
Carpets, Mattings, Rugs and a full line
of House Furnishing Goods.
We also have on show a full line of
gent's. ladies'and children Shoes, rep
resenting some of the best Shoe manu
facturers in the United States. H. C.
Godman Black Bottom Shoes Kripen
dorf Detman & Co. and many other well
Remember the days Tuesday and
Wednesday Sept. 27 and 28 1904. Re
member everybody is invited.
WV. E. JENKINSON CO.
Fewer gallons: wears longer: Devoe.
The much rumored election. protest
has not materialized.
Rev. S. A. Nettles of Branchville
was in Manning yesterday.
sLulve Harvin has returned to
r school ktOrangeburg.
Died last Motday morning an infant
son of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Johnson.
Miss Mastie Appelt left this morning
to enter Chicora college at Greenville.
Misses Sadie Tisdale and Harriet
Harvin left yesternay for Winthrop
Died at Summerton last Thursday
Mrs. Frank A. Richbourg. She leaves
a husband and several small children.
Mr. R. L. Delgar, representing
Stubbs Brotbers, of Sumter is in Man
ning taking orders for custom made
Died at Mayesville last. Saturday,
Mr. Colclough Burgess, a son of Mr.
James A. Burgess of Brewington, aged
about 23 years. The fuueral took place
Sunday at Brewington church. Rev.
R. L. Grier conducted the service.
The Bank of Clarendon begs to in
fo'rm its patrons that, owing to an in
crease of business, it is compelled to
adopt regular banking hours. Conse
quently on and after the first day of
October, the Bank will not be open for
business, after 3 o'clock p. m.
Owing to a rush of advertisments this
week, and having to lose one day on ac
count of observing a religious rite our
news and editoral columns are not as
full as we would like, but with? next
week we will put forth an extra effort
to give the peopfe something worth
The oil mill at Davis Station was de
stroyed by tire last Sunday afternoon.
The~ mill~ belongs to the Independent
oil company, and was insured: The
fire was kept from spreading to the
nearby buildings otherwise the confla
gration twould have reached the seed
house, and the store.
My that our space is enlarged we
want our our correspondents to get a
move on and keep the TnMES teeming
with- news from every section. We
want to show what hustle can do, and
when you look, upon the TIMES this
week and again next you will be con
vinced that there is still marrow in the
bones of the editor.
In this issure there are a number of
new advertisements, and it is our cus
tom to give each a write up, but on ac
count of lack of time and space we will
defer the write up of our out-of-town
advertisers until next issue. However
we would ask our readers to peruse our
advertising columns this week especi
We call special attention to the ads.
of some of our Sumter patrons. We
have a number more, but their copy
did not arrive in time for this week's
issue. We invite your attention to
Stubbs Brothers. clothiers, Booth Live
Stock Co.. horse dealers, O'Donnell &
Co., dry goods department store, D. J.
Chandler Clothing Co., clothiers, Har
by & Co., wholesale grocers, Levi
rothers, cotton buyers and general
merchandise, L. B. DuRant, hardware.
Next week we shall give each of our
advertisers a write-up, calling atten
tion to the various lines they handle.
The Mutual Dry Goods Company's
Milliner Miss Eleanor Clay of Balti
more. has arrived and is making elabo
rate preparations for the millinery op
ening to take place October 3rd and 4th.
The young men of the "~Mutual" say
that instead of filling their store with a
lot of trashy decorations which can be
gathered in the woods at no cost, they
will make a beautiful display of dress
goods and trimings, as well as dry goods
in general. Mr. Turner the Manager
of the Mutual says that if the people
will just come and inspect his stock
they will be satisfied that bargains and
styes await their pleasure. Remem
ber the Mutual's opening is Oct. 3 and 4.
Manning cotton market is attracting
the attention of people far and near,
and if our buyers keep up the pace the
shipments for this point will be doubl
ed this season. On last Saturday the
streets, at times were blocked with the
wagons loaded with cotton and the
innerv worked over time away in to the
night.'Yes, this market up to date has
not been excelled by any other market
in this section of the State, often paying
i of a cent a pound more than Charles
ton quotations. We find a great deal
more pleasure in making this report
than where we used to have to report
to our readers that Manning was not
giying our farmers full compensation
for their cotton, it is a cause for re
joicing that we can boast of now hav
ing one of the best markets in the
Mrs. JTanie Herbert Haynes, who will
preside over the State Convention .of
the W. C. T. LU.. soon to convene in
Manning. is the wife of the President
of Leesville College, and a niece of Dr.
James H. Carlisle. of Wofford College.
She will be welcomed in Manning, not
only on account of her noble Christian
character. but also because she is the
sister of Rev. T. G. Herbert. and Rev.
W. I. Herbert, so well known and so
much loved in Manning, and a sister
of Rev. C. C. Herbert, pastor of the
Santee Circuit. But more than all else
aside from her own worth will be the
fact that she is the daughter of that
grand old man~the late Rev. T. G. Her
bert, vho was known and loved from the
mountains to the sea. Give her the
rightof-way to the homes and hearts
f he people of Manning.
NANIE OF CLUB. -
Jordan... ................ 14
Fork.. ...............-- -
Foreston Reform- .- --- 4 '
Alcolu.. ......... ....... 11
Davis Station ------- - 1. 49
Douglas...--. - -........ 11n 4
Cross Roads .....- ..-.--.
New Town............... 4: 41
Pinewood... ...... .- .... 45 6
Fulton......... ......... 281
Silver.... - ...... - -
Farmers' Platform -....- 9 164
G4ibbon's Mill ....-.. - .-. 10
Harmony ................ 8 28
Panola........- ..- - - - 9. 41:
Totals........ ....... 8888 04d
The above tabulation shows th<
and they were accordingly declar
For House of Representatives,
Clerk of Court, A. I. Barron: Fo
erintendent of Education, S. P. F
trate in Salem, J. S. Sellers.
One of the Managers of Electio
D. J. BRADHAM,
Sept. 16, 1904.
W. C. T. U. Convention Meeting.
Do not forget the W. C. T. U. Con
vention Sept. 29 to Oct. 2.
The following is an outline program
of the Convention:
Thursday night, 8 o'clock in the
Methodist church. Devotional exer
cises. Addresses of Welcome. Response.
Annual address by the State President.
Mrs. Janie Herbert Haynes.
Friday morning from 10 to 12, and
Friday afternoon from 3 to 5 regular
routine business of the convention.
Friday night 8 o'clock address by
Mrs. S. M. D. Fry of Illinois, National
Saturday morning and afternoon reg
ular convention business.
Saturday night some of our own girls
and boys will compete in a declaration
contest tor the W. C. T. U. silver
medal, and there will be sweet singing
by the children.
Sunday morning each pastor will
preach a Temperance sermon in his
Sunday night Mrs. Fry will deliver
an address in the Methodist church.
The public is cordially invited to at
tend all of these exercises, and espec
ially the night services. If you sympa
thize with the W. C. T. U. work en
ourage us by your presence. If you
are not favorably inclined toward the
rganization, come any way and learn
ore about us-perhaps if you know us
better you may like us better.
MRS. Jos. SPRoTT.
A Power For Good.
The pills that are potent ing their ac
tion ann yleasant in effect are DeWitt's
Sittle Early Risers. W. S. Philpot, of
Albany, G.'says: "During at billious at
tack I took one. Small as it was it did~
me more good than caiomel, blue mass
or any osher pill I exer took ana at the
same time the effect was pleasant. Lit
tle Early Risers are certainly an ideal
pill." Sold by The S. B. Loryea., Drug
To the voters of the Foreston and Doc
tor Swamp clubs:
Allow me to do myself the honor of
thanking you for the heaety support
iven me at the recent primary.
*Rest assured I fully appreciate same,
and will endeavor to give the office to
which you have elected me with what
ever ability I may be capable.
L. J. NETTLES.
The resrular fall examination for
teachers will be held at the court
house. Manning, Friday, October 21st.
In addition to the regular subjects
Hughes' Mistakes in Teaching, Peter
ma's Civil Government. Silas War
ner's Enoch Arden and Current His
to will be included.
' S.. P. HOLLADAY,
- Supt. of Education.
Sept. 5, 1904. [50-it
W. C. T.U.
The twenty iirst annual convention
of the South ~Carolina Womnans Chris
tian Temperence Union will conveine
in the Manning Methodist Church
ISept .29-Oct. 3, 1904. We expect the
rare privilege and pleasure of having
Mrs. Susana M. D. Fry of Ill., National
Corresponding Secretary to be with us.
Our own Mrs. JIanie Herbert Haynes of
Leesville, S. C.. State President, will
of course be here.
Program of convention wvill appear
MRS. -IoSEPH SPROTT,
Pres., Local Union.
Like the running brook, the
red blood that flows through
the veins has to come from
The springs of red blood are
found in the soft core of the
bones called the marrow and
some say red blood also comes
from the spleen. Healthy bone
marrow and healthy spleen
Iar full of fat.
Scott's Emulsion makes new
blood by feeding the bone
marrow and the spleen with
the richest of all fats, the pure
cod liver- oil.
For pale school girls and
invalids and for all whose
blood is thin and pale. Scott's
Emulsion is a pleasant and rich
blood food. It not only feeds
the blood-mraking organs but
gives them strength to do
their proper wvork.
Send for free sample.
ScoTT & BOWNE, Chemists,
4ow.:s Pearl Street, New York.
nr of Results Se
louse of Repre-1 Sheriff. Clerk of Co. S
sentatives. Court. pervi.
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follow ing named gentlemen recei
ad the nominees of the party:
D. J. Bradham, and D. L. Green;
r Supervisor, T. C. Owens; For C(
olladay; For Magistrate at Fores
1i will call on the County Chairmai
A Pretty Marriage Ceremony At the First
Last evening at 8 o'clock, at the
First Baptist church, Miss Julia Agnes'
Cuttino and Mr. Robert W. Achurch,
of Charleston, were united in the holy
bonds of matrimony, Rev. C. C. Brown
The church was beautifully decorat
ed with white cut flowers artistically
arranged on a background of ever
greens, and in the pulpit were numer
us potted plants. The color effect pro
duced by the combination of the white
and green was very attractive, and was
Mrs. Lucy Rogers presiding at the
organ and and accompanied by iss
Isadore Teicher, on the violin, render
ed splendid selections before, during!
and after the ceremony. Promptly atI
the appointed hour, as the peals of the 1
wedding march broke forth,.the bridal
party entered the church.
First came the flower girls, little
Misses Inez Cuttino and Anna Sanders,
who were followed by the ushers,
Messs. B. J. Rhame, George Tindal,
T. C. Cuttino and W. H. Cuttino. Next
came the matron of honor, Mrs. A. L.
Lesesne, who carried a beautiful boquet
of white carnations. Then the bride,
beautifully attired in a white taffata,
carring a bouquet of bride's roses and
wearing the customary veil caught up
with a sray of lilies of the valley,
entered the church on the arm of her
brother, Mr. D. W. Cuttino. From the
other entrance of the church, accom
panied by his best man, Mr. W. Porter
Cart, came the groom, who met the
bride at the alter, and while the soft,
sweet strains of the music filled the
church;'the marriage rites were so1-.
After the wedding a reception was
held at the residence of the bride's
mother, Mrs. William H. Cuttino, at
No. 306 South Sumter street, which
was attended by the relatives and a few
intimate-friends of the bridal couple,
among whom were: Mr. and Mrs.
Stephen Thomas, and Mr. Stephen
Thomas, Jr., of Charleston; Mrs. W.
Scott Harvin, of Manning, Mr. W.
Porter Cart, of Charleston, Mrs. James
E. Tindal, Mr. George Tindal, Mr. T.
H. Connors and Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
Lesesne of Clarendon.
Mr. and Mrs. Achurch left on the
9:20 train for St. Louis, where they will
remain for two weeks before returnmng
to Charleston, which will be their fu
Numerous pieces of cut glass and
Ielegant silver were among the presents
received by the bride, which gave evi
dence of her great popularity.
Sumter is unfortunate in losing such
an attractive daughter.-Sumter Item.
The Furniture Man. Levi Block. [if
See the beautiful new fall goods at
Beautiful fall Suitings, and the new
styles. S. A. Rigby.
Dont miss seeing our Taylor Made
Skirts. S. A. Rigby.
B luy your Groceries from Rigby. al
w ~ays fresh and clean.I
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best.
The R. B. Lorvea Drug Store.
.Tenkinson Co is the place next Tues
day and Wednesday 27 and 2$.
Jenkinson Co, is the place to go next
Tuesday and Wednesday 27 and 28.
Plant Wood's tested and true Wheat
Seed. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Dont fail to attend Jenkinson Co's
fall opening Tuesday and Wednesday
Sept. 27 and 2S.
Jenkinson Co, great fall opening Pat
tern Hats, Fall and Winter Dress Goods
adSilks. Tuesday and Wednesday
Sept. 27 and 28.
What ever you do don't fail to see.
JTenkinso's g'rand display of new fall
goods next Tuesday and WVednesd ay,
Seut. 27 and 28.
.enkison Co never disappoints their
trade, so ca'll and see their grand dis
p1l of fall and winter goods next
Iueday and WVednesday 27 andl 2$.
Next Tuesday and Wednesday .Jen
kinon Co. will show new fall line of
IMillinery, Pattern Hlats. new fall and
iinter clothing, shoes, hats and caps,
new line Furniture. Trunks and Suit
For Sale-167 acres of land in Har
mony township, adjoining lands of You
mans and Nelson, said tract has about
75 acres cleared, with a four room ten
ant house. Particulars apply to this
Jenkinson Co never does things in a
half hearted way so go and see their
great fall opening of Millinery. Dress
Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Furniture, and,
Iouse Furnishing Goods, next Tuesday
Iand Wdnesdcy Sept. 27 and 2$.
FrSlone lot atJordan containing
adorchard, barn and stables, a store
house, 20x30 feet, gin house 35x50 feet,
two stories, and two tenant houses.
This is a bargain Aunply to Louis Ap
a- Cor ner. Supt. Mag. at Mag. in
orl Ed. Frstn. Salem.
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ved a majority of the votes cast,
For Sheriff, E. B. Gamble; For
>roner, W. T. Tobias: For Sup
ton, L. J. Nettles; For Magis
i for pay of Managers of his box.
W. C. DAVIS,
There's Dysentary-Colic too,
And Cramps; but this remember do
Though enemies all babes must meet.
"TEETHINA" will then atl defeat.
"'TEETHINA" Over comes and
Counteracts the Effects of the Summer's
Heat. Aids Digestion, Regulates the
Bowels and makes teething easy. Costs
oDnly 25 cents.
In conclusion I return my sincere
thanks to my friends and also to the
people of Clarendon for the handsome
vote and hospitality which was given
me during the last primary election. I
remain as ever looking forward to the
future. S. L. STEADHAM.
Letter to a Manning Lawyer.
Dear Sir: As your business is to get
people into and out of trouble, suppose
vou consider their paint: it makes 'em
ilmost as much trouble as money, ex
ept of course matrimony.
They buy poor paint a good deal;
they don,t meanto; they don't know any
better; they buy without thinking.
Bad paint isn't good. It looks good
enough for ayear: then begins to get
rusty; but changes soslowly one don't
Looking isn't all. The business of
paint is to keek a house dry inside, the
wood and iron of it: keep it from rot
ing and rusting. Takes good paint to
Good and bad paint are sold at one
price or about that. One can't go by
the price at all: as with lawyers, the ~i
price hothing to do with goodness or _
badness; and costs .are worse yet; the
painter and sheriff comes-in for their
But the probability is that a man,
who paints Devoe, will, come out on
L6 F. W. DEVOE & CO.
P. S.-Manning Hardware sell our_
From 148 to 92 Pounds.
One of the most remarkable cases of
a cold, deep-seated on the lungs, cans
ing pneumonia, is that of Mrs. Gertrude
E. enner, Marion, Ind. who was en
tirely cured by the use of One Minute
Dough Cure. She says: "The cough
ing and strainging so weakened ne
that I ran down in weiglit from 1.48 to
92 pounds. I tried a number of reme
dies to no avil until I used One Minute
Cough Cqre. Four bottles of thi
wonderful remedy cured me entirely of~
the cough, strengthened my lungs and
sestored me to my narmal weight,
health and strength." Sold by The R,
B. Loryea, Drug Store.
Cutting Him Off.
"You?" snorted Miss Sharpe. "Marry
you? Why, you're only an apology for
"But," protested Mr. Small, "you
"No; I will not accept the apology."--~
It Saved His Leg. -'
P. A. Danforth of LaGrange, Ga..
suffered for six months with a frightful
running sore on his leg: but writes that
Bucklen's Arnica Salve wholly cured it
in five days. For Ulcers. Wounds, Piles.
it's the best salve in the world. Cure
auaranteed. Only 25cts. Sold by The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Bear theTae Kind You Have Always Bought
Washing Problem Solved.
THE MANNING LAUNDRY
Gu arentees iirst class service
under its NEW MANAGEMENT _
every detail of the work will be
carefully looked after.
We have a, competentforce and
first class mnachinecry.
Let us do y our Laundry \ woirk.
W. J. TROUBLEFIELD.
COMPLETE EQUIPMENTS A SPECILTLY.
ON - Pmt.,
ENGINES. BOILERS. GINNING MACHIN
ERY. SAW MILL AND WOODWORKING
MACHINERY. SHINGLE ANDLATH
MACHINERY, CORN MILLS,
BRICK MAKING MACH IN
ERY. KINDRED LINES
GBBES MACfBINERY COMPANY,
Columbia. S. C.
Th1~ere are No 1Bargains
. .. AT .. .
Rhame's Drug Store.
The preparation of a Prescription requires
skill, knowledge and experience. These are never
. Rhame's Drug Store does NOT cater to those
who are looking for "any old thing" in the way of
Rhame's Drug Store DOES cater. however.
to those who are discerning and who know a prop
erly filled prescription when they see it.
A man or woman is known by the stationary
he or she uses. When you write to a friend or ac
quaintance, pa' him or her'the subtle compliment
of using dainty wxiting paper, and the latest
Rhame's Drug Store can show you all kinds,
from the lowest to the highest priced. All-kinds
for all kinds of correspondence. Some specially
for notes. for letters, for regrets, for acceptance
and for acknowledgments.
You are invited to look at stock at
RHAME'S DRUG STORE.
The best Fountain Pen made. The L. E.
WATERMAN is sold at RHAME'S DRUG
STORE, Summerton. S. C. it is unconditionally
WEDDING PRESENTS a specialty, at
RHAME'S DRUG STORE.
FINE WATCHES for sale at
RHAME'S DRUG STORE.
Seven cakes FAIRY SOAP for 25c. cash, at
Rhame's Drug Store,
S*UMVIMERTON. S. C.
D 0 RE roprietor of Rhame's
D. - 1 M , Drug- Store, is a li
censed Druggist and a member of the State Phar
maceutical Association, with eighteen (18)' years'
CONTINUs experience compounding prescrip
tions. Further comment is unnecessary.
STROUSE & BROS~.
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'Phon 26, .No. 'o 5. Main St.,
E_ C. HORTON. JR. T. MITCHELL'WELLS.
of Pattern Hats and Display
of Fall Dress Fabrics, Ladies'
Jackets, Skirts and Fancy
October 3 and 4.
We mill greatly appreciate your.
NUTUAL DRY GOODS COMPANY
LUTHER MelNTOSH. -W. MINTER TURNER.
'FALL OPENING *.'
Faad Witer* )ress ioods
Tuesday and Wednesday,
Sept. 27 and 28, 1904..
IThe ladie.4 aLre specill~y invited to attend our openiing of Pattern Hats.
F ll and Winter D)res. ioods. Silks, Dress Tirimmninirs. Cloaks. Wrap% a::.
Fr on )aext TH ESDAY AXND WECDNESDAY. SEPTEM1BERi 27 AND) 2.
We will also show our new Fall stock of Staple and Faney Dry Goods.
Our new Fall line of Gient's, Youtbs' and Chiildren's Clothing will also
e on display, including a lare stock of Gent's Furnishing Goods, Shirts,
Collars, Cuffs, Neckwear and a large line of 2otton and Wool Knit Under
wetl will pay you to see our line of Clothing, as it is the largest to be seen
-in this town.
No house in Eastern South Carolina ca~rries a more up-to-date stock of
Gent's, Ladies', and ..hildren's Footwear than is to be found .at our store.
X lairge stock of the famous H. C. GODMAN Shoes for Lad1ies and Clil
dr n anid a fali line of G*ent's Shoes of the best makes.
We will have on show one of th 1 i- :: rgest: lines of linn5,ho~ld Fitur
House furnish~ing Goods.
We w ill also have oni showv and call your special attention to our great~
1i of Houseftirnishinfg Goods, Carpets, Mattings, Rugs. Linolcumns, Cur
tai Rods and Poles, Lacie Curtains, Window D)raperies, Furniture Draper
es and all kinds of H-ouse furnishing Goods.
Five hundred dozen King's best Spool Cotton, two spools for 5e or
One case o( Fleece-Back Flannelettes. worth 121.e. going at 10e yard.
- large stock of Ladies' Ready-Made Skirts going at special values.
One case of 50 dozen Ladies' Jersey-Ribbed Fleece-Lined Vest and
Pats to match, value 50c each, but they go at 22c each or 50 per Suit.
Grea.t values to offer in (Gent's and Children's Clothing.
eember thlys -TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER
7 and 28, 1904
W E JENINSON CO.