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Thursday, Sept. 22. ~
We are in our new quarters at the same
old stand, next to Jenkinson's, where we are
prepared to fill all orders for
We will be glad to see you and "figger"'
on any bill of Groceries you may need, and C
feel assured we can satisfy you both in qual- T
ity and price.
The Manning Grocery Co. ca
Soimmeriton Hardware Company, g
J. C. LANIIAM, C. 11 AIS. J. A. JAflES, ie
President. Vice-President. Sec. -Treas. s e
Selling goods at living prices.
8General Hardware Line.
Paints, Oils and Supplies.
8 ~Come to see us.8
SUMMERTON IHARDWARE CO.,Ine
SUMMERTON, S. C.
[ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon.
James M. Windham. Esq., Pro
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
-HEREAS, R. W. Green made
suit to me to grant him letters
of administration of the estate
and effects of M. A. Green.
Ihese are therefore to cite and
monish all and singular the kin
ed and creditors of the said
A. Ireen, deceased, that they
and appear before me, in the
,urt of Probate, to be held at Man
2g, on the 29th day of September
xt, after publication thereof, at 11
Jock in the forenoon, to show
se, if any they have, why the
d administration should not be
Yiven under my hand this 14th
y of September. A. D. 1904.
JAMES M. WINDHAM,
1-2,t] Judge of Probate.
We invite the commu- 1
nity to call in and inspect
our new enterprise, and
would especially ask the
bousekeepers to call. t
It is our purpose to ca- x
ter to the delight of the
ERALD & THAMES
WHEN IN NEED OF
. B. MOUZON.
. W. E. BROWN & CO.'S DRUG
ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon.
3URT OF COMMON PLEAS.
iliam E. Jenkinson, Plaintiff,
nie Jenkins. Ada H. Wilson, Louis
W. Jenkins, Alvah B. Jenkins, Eu- f
nice T. JTenkins, Ethil A. Jenkins,
Ellen N. Jenkins, Datia Mcuin Jen
kins and Viola E. Jenkins, Defend
)Y SUnlMONS. FOR RELIEF. r
(COMPLAINT NOT SERVED.)
the Defendants Above Named:
ou- are hereby summoned and re- I
red to answer the complaint in thisr
ion which will be filed in the office
he Clerk of Court of Common Pleas,t
the said County, and to serve a copy 1
your answer to the said Complaint
the subscriber at his office at Man
g, in said County, within twenty I
rs after the service hereof ; exclu- I
e of the day of such service: and if 1
fail to answer the complaint within c
time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this t
ion will apply to the Court for the
lef demanded in the complaint.
'ou are further notified that the
nplaint in this action was, on the
day of August, 1904, filed in the of
of the Clerk of Court of Common
as for said county, at Manning. in
ated August 26th, A. D. 1904. 1
WV. C. DAVIS,
>All to Whom These
Presents May Come:
'his Dinloma is testimony that S. L.
snoff, F. D., by a full course of in
actions given by The Cincinnati Col- 1
e of Embalmin'g. has qualified him
in the art of Sanitation. Disinfec
2, Embalming and preserving deadt
iren under the hand and seal of the
uty this the 20th day of July. A. D.t
1, at Cincinnati. Ohio.
T. H. CLARKE. M. D., Ph. D..
H. CLARKE, President.
keep a large and complete stock of
i ou should be so unfortunate as to
d either, the cheapest coffin or the
st Rosewood Casket you will find
principle of low prices ruling in 1
>r beautiful new hearse has arrived 1
lall calls, night or day, will receive
y Furniture Department is com
te in every detail. apd as I buy for
h and in earload lots I defy competi
W. E. JENKINSON.
Iring ur Job Work to The Time office
Bu WILL N. HARBEN,
Author of "Abner Daniel," "The Land of
,he Changina Sun." "The North
Walk MUstery." Etc.
Copyright. 1903, by Barper & Brothers
believe this is a-gain'~to bethd hard
"Why, Aunt Martha, what do you
"Don't you see into it?" Mrs. Hillyer
put the poker in the chimney corner
md leaned iorward. "This has fetched
ip yore umcle's old trouble. Things
ike this u.sually do upset 'im. He's
>een actin' quar ever since old Buck
ey was arrested. Ef I've ketched 'im
?rayin' onee over it I have twenty
-imes. He hain't slept without a light
n his room fell a month, an' I hear-'lm
rayin' an' beggin' fer pardon in his
ileep. It happened thirty years -go,
m' yet I never have spoke to him
tbout it nur has he to me."
The young woman stood up beside
"You don't really mean that you've
Ived with him for thirty years and
ever mentioned that"
"Yes, I do, Hortle. I've always heard
hat that was one thing that never
uld be talked about betwixt two peo-.
)le. I knowed another woman that
vas goin' through the same trouble,,
n' she told- me she never had men-,
ioned it to her husband. It jest looks
Ike a body cayn't allude to it some
iow. Sh! He's comin' back!"
Hillyer trudged through the big, un
arpeted dining room, his arms full of
,rewood, which he carefully deposited
a the wood box, and then he went back
D his chair.
"We've had a power o' fun in this
eighborhood today," Mrs. Hillyer said,
ith one of her impulsive little laughs.
'I wonder ef the report got downtown
bout Mrs. Dugan bein' quarantined."
"I hain't heard nothin' about it," re
lied Hillyer. "I don't know what
Mrs. Hillyer laughed again. "Yes,
)r. Jobe quarantined 'er this evenin'
.bout 3 o'clock. The marshal come
tp an' put a red flag on 'er gate an'
aft orders that nobody should leave
he yard under penalty o' the law."
"What's the matter with 'er?" asked
"Nothin'," Mrs. Hillyer made an
wer. "I believe it's jest Dr. Jobe's
evilment to ,git even with 'er. You
now Mary Hough's a-livin' in Mrs.
)ugan's three back rooms with 'or
tew baby. Well, it got sick-couldn't
at sh - -p toi'tae bottw
aiv egard to hi don's in' Roe 'ore
Ltre a'oe h another-an'o shei
rsat se asaot eD.Jbsed You
now him afln'aa Mrs. Dugan.e
.teout wher the lastmear. seemsbay
un, she et toer, tle aot ono
tsegr wto h don's Ined Eo'fore
moranved eresan' hevice.o ofhe
ast thing Dr.Jhe s abutbsted drie
ballcos thae hawln tohey sayin
ooml wn eco to semie the baby
evera ofs Dugan 'less thre some c
odn' so wer went over therls hose an'
h whas Mar ouh' remey on' some
aort, an' shea lods 'es'f adice thek
oom. Somegofr.s went didtwastchie
5all pace.s he all 'er the sttin'g
tsht gitou beut seamin'th bdge;
te rere 'ergag'n, bes yoe ol stood
oreifirmer Itdont wahikIer oseed a
hder asn.r Housstbacey wa' jsp
>azin' an' his wedgd'esef the sicke
oulhadl omr hs wetines.e kThen
ohe could gcom lokane.a wa
"Sace. He toler 'Her you plaing
stadin t but? she says, buge
eordre i'er hardiny beut eo'nmy stoo
ertlast twys' hiTadhook soy he
out hr mo thehes mein the
teras roome. hscid' o cre
"Syshvt er.''cre 'Have! yelle beenDu
Landlin' ts babyed lAne she says, i
sonishntd'Wy, enout ao't meap
er'the lasd 'er dys' th's what he,
~oot he rest, a' thm hes in th e
thort roo for athitis go pt upcare
eerat.' 'ale fen yell s.terD
ae an selookcaed lkbhedsn but
stihent'e joWhyn youa don't meanh
tp' He toldtrlesta'Ms Dugat said.
heGabyn an'out e wou gai tou rca
artt o thres thriie an putup tra
Lo.'rAfter bes wen f ll r scatoer
ased aflong a' sae blsackbirshe bent
o' thoar 'aem anw' clen out to thean
rednog 'I'm nto a-gadito sta coope
ob adi about e diseae, oust
es morermicrobe tan'a Tai itrould
La. contrr be wentoffsonl Dretique
sed amoto onprehss apnion shern
aw the gateetn caled ot tiss Cyni
bs ned toe gule 'im rait wataed
'ab whad saidoh about the ase.h
t orer la e hugha'si it wpould
rfu conray, toroesihynaig etiqt
is t xpressaghn opinion.y'urget
own', the seet an' ethat's allnshea
ipb an' s he haed 'ag n egt an'e
t heat wonenn thh ab' houCsed
p tlookDr loe hift thuhei quasntin.I
ias sies a-hinkin'. 'e'n Hortensnvil
ae'n'rest. Msid Duan that'a'she
ouldt the gatento findhout about-- tBut
clean fort t relg Mand terpatethe
hecit two toen an' thwaby'serhoe
at pes." abndn met 'n littee'wlusl
ier face, Mrs. Hlllyer rosenn 'ped
Tom the roam.
..+o.tenemadn turned from the
wiidow, where she had been standing
while her aunt was talking, and* stood
before her uncle.
"George is in love with Lydia Cran
ston," she said softly. "That's one rea
son this is going so hard with him."
"Yes, I think he is," replied the old
man, "an' I was jest wonderin' ef the
conviction would have any-you know
-effect on her."
"I don't think he's ever spoken one
word of love to her," said Hortense.
"She is the proudest, haughtiest crea
ture that ever lived and yet at the same
time as simple and unaffected as she
can be. It seems like she gets the
sweet side of her nature from herself
and the other from her people. Uncle.
they are just about the most aristo
cratic family that ever lived here."
"Oh, I know that. I don't think I
ever seed tie major without his silk
hat, kid gloves and froid headed cane.
Somehow it seems a pity George look
ed so high, but, Hortie. the boy is jest
that way about everything; he will
have the best or nothin'. But I reckon
he knows about how the Cranotons will
look at it-I say I reckon he knows
that, an' that's what's made 'im so low
"That must be it, uncle." And silence
fell between them. The sound of the
goffee mill came harshly in from the
kitchen, and then they heard Mrs. Hill
yer singing a hymn as she moved about
in the adjoining dining room.
[TO BE CONTIN-VED.J
Cancer Cured by Blood Balm--All Skin arnd
Blcod Diseases Cured. .
Mrs. M. L. Adams. Fredonia, Ala., took Bo
tanic Blood Balm which offectually cured an
eating cancer of the nose and face. The sores
healed up perfectly. Many doctors had given
up her case as hopeless. Hundreds of cases of
cancer. eating sores. supperating swellings. etc.,
have been cured by Blood Balm. Among others.
Mrs. B. M. Guerney. Warrior&Stand. Ala. Her
nose and lips were raw as beef, with offensive
discharge from the eating sore. Doctors ad
vised cutting, but it failed. Blood Balm healed
the sores and Mrs. Guerney is as well as ever.
Botanic Blood Balm also cures eczema. itching
humors, scabs and scales. bone pains. ulcers,
offensive pimples. blood poison. carbuncles.
scrofula. risings and bumps on the skin and all
blood troubles. Druggists. $1 per large bottle.
Sample of Botanic Blood Balm free and prepaid
by writing Blood Balm Co.. Atlanta. Ga. . De
scribe trouble and special medical advice sent
in sealed letter. It is certainly worth while in
vestigating such a remarkable mmedy. as Blood
Balm cures the most awful. worst and most
deep-seated blood diseases. For sale by The R.
B. Loryea Drug Store.
Towers of Refuge From Which the
Warfare Is Conducted.
In Afghanistan the people are good
haters. The blood feud exists in all
Afghan tribes. When a murder oc
curs the avenger does not limit his re
prisal to the murderer, but kills any
relative that comes handy. This, in
turn, calls for a counter attack, and in
time matters become so complicated
that whole families are wiped out.
When the tribe is called upon to meet
a common enemy the heads of the
families who have had a quarrel bury
two stones side by side in the presence
of the mollah as symbolic of the feud
being put out of sight during the pub
lie danger. When affairs revert to
their normal state the stones are sol
emnly disinterred and the two parties
are free to go on shooting at each other
Every Afghan villager of moderate
means owns a tower of refuge standing
at the corner of his courtyard. These
towers, made of stone and mud, are
perfectly solid for the lower twenty
feet or so, the top being surrounded by
a loophole wall aM covered over to
make It habitable. T'he base is protect
ed by a gallery, and the only means of
ascent Is by a rope and a hole just
large enough for one man to crawl
through. - Whenever a man has made
things too hot for himself he takes
refuge in his tower, and by the un
written law of the- country be can
never be starved out so long as food
and water are brought to him by a
A traveler in Afghunistan tells of
seeing one tower of re.fuge whose occu
pant had not stirre-. outside for ten
years. His only ariusement was tak
lg shots at the o-ccupant of another
tower, which were duly returned. In
the meantime their wives 'visited each
other and gossiped and were on terms
of perfect amity.
A Serious Matter.
She-Are your intentions toward -the
widow serious? He--Oh, very. I am
going, if possible, to get out of marry
Ing her.-Illustrated Bits.
Peace is rarely denied to the peace
It is a great convenienc'e to have at
hand reliable remidies for use in ease
of accident and for slight injuries and
ailments. A good liniment and one
that is fast becoming a favorite if not a
househoid necessity is Chamberlaid's
Pain Balm. By applying it promptly
to a cut, bruise of burn it allays the
pain and causes the injury to heal in
about one-third the~ time usually re.
quired, and as it is an antiseptic it pre
vents any danger of blood poisoning.
When Pain -Salm is kept at hand a
sprain may be treated before inflama
tion sets in, which insures a quick reC
covery, For sale by R. B. Lory-ea Drug
Store, Isaac MI. Loryea, P1-op.
The Cause of the Trouble.
"What Is the matter with that ba
by?" growled an irascible husband as
the little one persisted in howlIng and
kicking to the extent of his little might
"The matter is, sir," calmly replied
the wife as she strode up and down the
room, "the matter Is that this baby hn
herits your temper."
And the husband returned to his pa
per with-'a gloomier look than before.
The Proud Papa.
"Baby carriages? Yes, sir," said the
dealer. "What sort of one did you
"Well," said Nupop proudly, "you'd
better give me a six months' size. He's
only six weeks old, but large for his
"He declares his wife made him all
that he is."
"Quite likely. And I should judge
that she didn't waste more than half
an hour on the job."-Harper's Bazar.
It Is not you who possess riches, but
your riches which possess you.-Blon.
KILL THECO H
AND CURE THE LUNCS
FOR jOUGHS and 50c & $1.00
~OLDS Free Trial.
Surest and Quickest Cure for alL
THOAT and LUNG TROUB
LES or rOrEv BACn.
S. R. VENNING, :!*...*
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SPECTACLES, EYE CLASSES AND
ALL KINDS OF FANCY NOVELTIES.
NT S pialtv: v )DIrr4 aind HOLIDAY P1RES
1 NTS itid :': v arry i iudscnfline~ rf
Silveware, Iland-Painltd China, Glassware
and numerous other articles suitabic for Gifts of all kind.
COME AND SEE -THEM.
All Watch. Clock and Jewelry Repairing done promptly and
~ 11 A ~.~AUL*Lcvi Block.
So m 5 ad 10C, couns MANNINC S. o.
L. B. DURANT, SMER
Being in close touch with the very best markets, I am better prepared to
handle the trade than ever before, and I therefore invite an inspection of my
stock. Remember I am opposite the Court House. Come to see me when you
House Furnishing Goods,
Harness, Saddles, -
Leather, Belting, Etc.
A MAGNIFICIENT LINE OF
My Store is headquarters for Gun;, Pistols, Powder, Shot, Shells and the
very latest in Sporting Goods.
I also handle large quantities of other Paints and Oils, and Window Glass
For Engine and Mill Supplies there is no better place to buy.
Come and examine my large line of Cooking and Heating Stoves. Every
Stove bought from me is warranted.
L. B. DuRANT,
Sells itself-c-none better.
Ten tbousand tons now offered for sale.
Nitrate of Socla,
Muriate of' Potasha,
H A RBY & CO., "suter
To Our Clarendon Friends:.
OUR BUYER is now on the Western markets. This means a choice car of
HORSES and MULES to arrive about THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22.
High class harness and saddle Horses and good aliround Farm Horses and
Wuee have recently received a CAR of
White Hickory Wagons,
warranted to us-we guarantee them to our friends and customers.
Car of Columbia Buggies.
This justly popular buggy is even better if possible than ever. Every buggy
warranted. The next time you are in town see our Buggy and Harness. two for
A few One and Two-Horse Wagons at less than manufueturer's prices.
Buggy and Wagon Harness, Laprobes and Whips, Lime, Cement, Hair,
ne tohousand b h 1e home raied South CaroinaI Rust-roof Seed Oats.
Booth Live Stock Cornp'ny,
AT HORACE IIARBY'S OLD STABLE,
We are just opening up the best line of
Wagons, Buggies and Harness
over offered in Manning for the mnoncy. Be sure to examine them
before buying elsewhere. We will save you money.
COFFEY & RICBY.
* Sale Stables.
TO THE TINES OFFICE.
TO STAY CURED
. guaranteed remedy for ChUls
MIuc, Dengue, LaGrippe. and all
M't::arl Troubles. Staadord for
40 years. No "Quinine or other
harmful 3rgs. No bad results
from usin; it. Tones yOU vp ,a2l
oiler ad puts new isle Ad vlgor
In-o Year system.
GeoS. HacKer &Sov
Doors, Sash, Bid
CH ARLESTON, S. G
cc CI1W - 0
Sash Weigats aBnd s
Window and Fancy Glass aSeia.
0 YOu W
THEN COME OR SEND TO 4.
We have the best equipped Tai
jng Establishment in the State
igh Ar Clui
oely aba we carry the best lne
ats and Gent's Furnishings in th
Ask your most prominent men b
e are, and they will commena you.
,L DAVID & DU6y
Cor. King & Wentworth Sts.
HARLESTON, - .S~
0arts and Oarriages
With.Neatness and Despatch
R. AU.-WHITE S
I repair Stoves, Pumps and run wated
ipes, or I will put down a new Pumn-E
If you need ainy s'lei gido e, g t
My horse is lame. Whyy Because 1 -
did not have it shod by 1?. A. Whitet
the man that puts on such neat shoess
nd makes horses .travel vwith so much --
We Make Them' Look New 4
We are making a specialty of r~
ainting old Buggies, Carria~ges, Rloa
arts and Wagons cheap.
Come-and -see me. My prices wifl
please you, and I guarantee all of my
Shop v.u corner below R. NL. Dean's.
R. A. WH T
MANNING. S. C.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, --
MANNING, S. C.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. -
.MANNING, S. C.
. s. wILsos. W. C. omuls-r. W. .1. .MCIGtR4)
WILBON Dr;RANT & N'.ULDROWX
Aulorneys. and Couns,&>rs~o *a(Lr
MANNING. S. C.
OSEPH F. RHAME.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
R. J. FRANK GEIGER.
MANNING, S. C.
'Phone No. 6.
DR. J. A. COLE,
Nettles Building, upstairs.
MANNING. S. C.
W. 0. W.
Woodmnen of the World.
Meets on fourth Monday nights at
Visiting Sovereigns invited.
Fo.. rGongha. Colds and Croup.