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The garning imes.
MANNING, S. C.. MARCH 22, 1905.
Publishes All County and Town Of
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MrsT be in
this office by Saturday Noon in order to
insure Dublication the followinga week.
A Message to the Ladies.
Our buyers have just-returned from
the Northern markets, where they
have spent many days in selecting
our spring stock of Dress Goods, Silks
and Notions, Pattern Hats and Milli
We always put forth our best ef
forts to please our many lady pat
rons and this spring will be no excep
tion to the rule. Suffice it to say
that our showing of new Spring
Goods this season will be the grand
est aggregation of seasonable and
stylish merchandise ever shown un
der any one roof in Manning.
It is ~a fact that goes without say
ing that our millinery department is
the largest and most up-to-date in
this part of the State.
Our showing of Pattern Hats this
season will be one of the best dis
plays we have ever shown-forecast
ing all the prevailing styles in both
French and American fashion cen
Our Millinery department this sea
son will be under the supervision of
Miss Nettie Baugham of Baltimore,
a perfect lady in every sense of the
word, who understands her business
thoroughly. We feel sure that our
many lady patrons will be charmed
with Miss Baugham.
W. E. JENKINSON CO.
Mr. A. I. Barron spent Sunday in
Paxville is being entertained this
week by the Vitol-Tone Concert Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. W. Lesesne of
Summerton spent Saturday in town.
Dr. C. W. Barron, after spending
several days here, has returned to Col
Died this morning at Workman of
pneumonia Mr. J. Putnam Harrington,
aged about 27 years.
The friends of Mr. Sam Barron will
be glad to know that he is improving,
and will be home next week.
Married in Charleston by Rev. S. T.
Russell, Sunday March 5. Mr. S. T
Russell, Jr., of Williamsburg county
and Miss Eva Holladay of Charleston.
Rev. J. M. Holladay will be in
Georgetown on next Sunday, therefore
there will be no services in the Pres
byterian church here on that day.
The prayer service at the Methodist
church tomorrow afternoon is to be
conducted by Mr. W. E. Jenkinson.
Rev. A. N. Brunson will be absent.
Mrs. F. N. Wilson was called to
Yorkville last Thursday to the bedside
of her brother Mr. John Barron, whose
friends here will be grieved to learn
that he is extremely ill.
If it is bilious attack take Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and
a quick cure is certain. -For sale by
The R. B. Lorysa Drug Store, Isaac M.
Died in Charleston at the home of
her son, last Sunday, Mrs. E. G. Ridge
way, relict of the late Lawrence M.
Ridgeway, aged about 73~ years. The
interment took place yesterday in the
family burying ground on Santee.
Mr. T. P. Strange who has been in
Manning on a visit left yesterday -for
his home in Seattle, State of Washing
ton. He was accompanied as far as
Atlanta by his sister Miss Blanche
Strange who will attend school in that
Mr. W. E. Jenkinson is back home
from the Northern marts with his com
mercial gun loaded up with the best
the North can afford at trade-fetching
prices. Miss Nettie Baughm of Bal
timore, a lady of long millinery experi
ence, is with him in charge of the miu
Hon. Geo. S. Legare's seat in Con
gress is being contested by A. P. Prio
leau. Last Saturday testimony in the
case was to be taken in Manning, but
we have not been able to learn that
any was taken. Mr. Legare was rep
resented here by Mr. Baker of Char
We have received from Rev. S. A.
~m-Nettles a copy of his financial report of
the Branchville Circuit to the S. C.
conference. It is neatly gotten up in
phamplet form with Mr. Nettles' pho
tograph on the outer p age cover and
shows a total of S738.08-receiv-ed from
all sources. The entire book is an ex
hibition characteristic of the man.
Jenkinson has secured the services of
Miss Nettie Baughm to conduct his
millinery department. This lady comes
here with the bestof credentials. and a
reputation as a milliner second to none.
With the additional service of Miss
Baughm, and Mrs. Dinkins, and Miss
Broadway, Jenkinson's millinery par
lor we have no doubt will be a rendez
vous for every woman in the county
who thinks she is pretty.
There has been donated by Mrs.
Julia Levy of Philadelphia, a beautiful
ruby and pearl set ring, to be voted
for, and the proceeds to go towards the
fund for the erection of the Hannah
Levi Memorial Library building. The
names of the lady contestants for tnis
handsome jewel 'will be made public as
soon as all the arrangements have been
perfected, and then we hope to see the
contest get warm and furious. There
will be no better way to contribute to a
great cause than in buying votes for
Died in Sumter last Thursday Maj.
W. F. B. Haynsworth, one of the most
esteemed lawyers in the State.
The deoeased was well known
in Clarendon and beloved for his fine
integrity. In connection with the
death of this gentlemen. it may not be
amiss to state, he was the last surviv
ing executor of the will of the late Dr.
S. C. C. Richardson. The executors
were J. M. Richardson, B. P. Barron
and W. F. B. Haynsworth, three
staunch friends and all gone to their
last reward within a few years.
We have recently received com
plaints about THE TIES not reaching
its destination; a few days ago a sub
scriber at Georgetown, another at
Charleston, complained of not getting
the paper regularly, and now comes
our New Zion correspondent who says
the paper is not reaching that olfi:e
regularly. There is something wrong
with the mail service somewhere, we
do not know where, but the papers for
the post offices referred to are mailed
from here regularly every Wednesday
evening, and they should arrive at
Georgetown and Charleston the same
night, and at New Ziod the next day.
It is annoying to us to learn that our
subscribers are not getting what they
pay for, and we will send a marked
copyv of this issue to the postal authori
ties'and see if it does not have some
effect towards remedying this com
The Carnival people have demonu
strated the fact that our merchants are
as big a set of suckers and the greenest
jays that ever came down the pike. We
want the merchant who gave up his
little .2. for advertising space on the
carnival dodger that believes he made
a sensible investment to hold up his
right hand and let us get a snap shot
at him. The advertising grafter secur
ed his contracts at 52. per space and
got about 30 spaces sold. This he had
printed for $8. for one thousand, leav
ing a clear net protit of $52. on the
scheme, whereas for $2. per thousand
or less any of our merchants could have
had printed a good size dodger Contain
ing a complete advertisement of their
stores. Had a local printer attenpted
to work up advertising on the plan of
the carnival people he would have been
laughed to scorn, but strange bait will
Like Finding Money.
Finding health is like finding money.
so think those who are sick. When you
have a cough, cold, sore throat, or
chest irritation, better, act promptly
like W. C. Barber, of Sandy Level. Va.
He says: "I had a terrible chest trouble
caused by smoke and cold dust on my
lungs: but after finding no relief in
other remedies. I was cured by Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, coughs, and colds." Greatest sale
of any cough or lung medicine in the
world. At The R. B. Loryea Drug
Store: 50c and 81.00; guaranteed. Trial
We Were Sufficiently Aroused.
The carnival is over and we are glad
of it. The thin'g, while it was enjoya
ble it was also demoralizing so far as
business was coucerned. Everything
was at a stand still in the trade line.
We should not favor a return of any
thing like it. The show took in not
less than $3000, but the people connect
ed with it did not carry it all away.
The hotels, restaurants, meat shops,
grocery stores got some, but the mer
chants as a whole did a small business
when considering the presence of so
The contest for Queen had not been
decided when we went to press last
week. but this was of great interest.
especially with the young people. Miss
Cora Sprott having received the larg
est number of votes was declared
Queen. The vote stood Miss Cora
Sprot. 6740: 'Miss Lyl Harvin. 4406:
Miss Octavia Dove, 1140: Miss -Janie
Ingram. 1647: Miss Ada Bagnal, 641.
It will be noticed that each of the
young ladies were strongly supported.
In the evening in front of the Electric
Theatre The Queen, accompanied by
Misses Janie Ingram and Lyl Harvin,
before an immense audience was pre
sented with a gold watch in a neat and
apropriate speech by Mayor Bradham.
The town was full of people all of the
week and the order was splendid. The
authorities and the police especially
deserve credit for managing the crowd
There was, as is always the case with
shows, some gambling games, which as
soon as Mayor Bradham had his atten
tion drawn to them he put a stop to.
The thing is gone, we enjoyed it, but
we cannot say that we would care for a
A Destructive Fire.
To draw the fire out of a burn, or
heal a cut without leaving a scar, use
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. A spe
cific for piles. Get the genuine. J. L.
Tucker, editor of the Earmonizer, Cen
tre, Ala., writes: "I have used De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve in my family
for Piles, cuts and burns. It is the
best salve on the market. Every fami
l should keep'it on hand. Sold by
Ihe R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
A Faithful Officer Retired.
The town council at its meeting yes
terday elected Mr. A. C. Harvin as po
liceman in the place of Mr. S. J. Clark,
resigned. The resignation of Mr. Clark
is sincerely regretted, as he has made
an excellent otficial. It seems that on
last Saturday afternoon Mayor Brad
am appointed Mr. N. D. Thames a
special on account of the large crowd,
and Mr. Clark took exceotions at the
appointment of Thames and refused to
serve with him.
Why Thames is obnoxious to Mr.
Clark the public is not informed, but
out of respect for the many citizens of
the town who requested Mr. Clark to
reconsider his resignation, he sent in
an application to council for reinstate
ment, but he failed of election, receiv
ing only two votes. The votes were
cast as follows: Aldermen Jenkinson
and Dickson voted for S. J. Clark; Al
derman White voted for C. F. Jenkin
son: Mayor Bradham and Aldermen
Mouzon, Rigby and Breedin voted for
A. C. Harvin, whereupon M1r. Harvin
was declared elected.
S. J. Clark has served this town as
policeman a number of years and we
doubt if there is a more conscientious
and faithful officer in the State. He
has some qualities that are not admired.
but these are easily controlled by dis
cipline. He is not.nor can he be, used as
a tool, thoroughly impartial and hon
est. He carries out his instructions
with soldierlike regularity, and his re
tirement from the force, in our opin
ion. is a misfortune to the town, and
we say this without any reflection upon
the other policemen.
How Texas Will Vote.
Find enclosed money for Dr. King's
Nerve and Bone Liniment. I want it
at once for my rheumatism. W. W.
Troutman. For muscular rheumatism
this is a specific. It is also the best
remedy for sprains, bruises, stiff joints.
It will-make an old man limber up, as
in outh. Like all of Dr. King's mnedi
cines it is sold no cure, no pay. by Dr.
W. E. Brown & Co. and all medicine
Safe Crackers at Pinewood.
The safes of Mrs. A. E. Grimoi and
that of the Pinewood Mercantile Com
pany, were blown open last night about
2 o'clock and robbed. The burglars got
Rice and other goods were scattered
very promiscuously around.
The store of R. F. Epperson was also
broken into, but the robbers failed to
locate the safe.
Three white men were seen at the
depot at otie thirty. They were dressed
well wearing handsome overcoats. They
were |seen here yesterday and were
seen at Lone Star on Thursday. The
police in neighboring towns should be
on the lookout. One had a grip, and
another had a bucket and sack.
Daily Item, March 1$.
Letter to J. M. Windham.
Dear Sir: Here's a paint that's being
sold to bargain-hunters:
10 per cent lead
50 - zinc
20 " " barytes
20 " "whiting
Barytes and whiting are sand and
whitewash. not paint.
Some people must like gold bricks.
The name of that paint is -- -"pr
lead-ad-zin." The dealer who sells
it says it's as good as Devoe.
53 F. W. DEVOE & CO.
P. S. Manning Hardware Co. sell our
Attacked By a Mob
and beaten in a labor riot until covered
with sores, a Chicago street car con
ductor applied Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
and was soon sound and well. "I use it
in my family," writes G. J. Welch, of
Tekonsha, Mich., "and find it perfect.'
Simply great for cuts and burns. Only
New Zion Dots.
Special to The i Tinn,'s
Messrs. Willie McElveeu of Spring
Bank and Esquire Wilson of Cades
have visited our section. They are
both thrivin; young men and we
hope they will come again.
lon. fl. M. McIntosh, sub-super
visor, is looking after our roads and
is giving his careful attention to all
in his charge.
Mr. Martin Minis of Silver paid our
section a visit last week.
Mr. H. Kinder of Kingstree was
among our visitors last week.
Girls, look out. for the fellow who
recently bought a new horse and
buggy. Let us see which one will
be fortunate enough to get the first
I atteuded the carnival, and Man
ning was fortunate in securing such
a grand display of entertainments,
music, etc. Everything was clean.
and it was all TuI' TImES claimed
For about three weeks Tax TIams
has failed to reach our office on time,
and it is a great disappointment. We
fully believe the fault is at Kings
tree. Get "Unele Sani' after some
Editor The Mannin:g Times:
The Vital Tone Shows wound up its
performances here Monday night and
there was much interest in the contest
for the diamond ring. which was won
by Miss Mildred .fanes.
Dr. and Mrs. R. S. Beckhan left, for
Pinewood last Tuesday moruing. They
had been at the New Hotel since the
Mrs. Willie L. Brunson spent last
Sunday at Pinewood with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Dr. Beckham.
Some of the loafing negro boys that
we mentioned last week as being a
nuisance to the town, lifted a back
door -key at Capers and Co.'s drug
store and entered several other stores.
but with little damage to money or
Following is the honor roll of the
Grange Hall school for month begin
ning February 15th and ending March
17. Those maaling an average of 90:
Cleo Geddings. Mary Lee Cutter,
Hessie Witherspoon. Ludie Cutter,
Cleo Elliott. Johnnie Elliott. Eunice
Corbett, Louis DesChamps, Mary Cor
bett, Furman Elliott and Peter Corbett.
ANNIE Lou SMITH.
The Furniture Man. Levi Block. rtf
Two (2) Druggists at The Prescrip
tion Drug Store, Capers & Co., Prop's.
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Thoroughbred Barred Plymouth
Rock Eggs for sale at "1. per setting.
J. F. Dickson. tf.
Plant Wood's tested and true Wheat
Seed. The 1. B. Lorvea Drug Store.
Wanted-All parties coming to town
with horses and mules, to hitch and feed
at Youmans & Griffin's Hitch and Feed
Stable, at R. L. Bell's old stand. [tf
M. M. Krasnoff,formerly of Manning,
now in New York, has opened up a job
bing house, and has bargains to offer in
drg goods, clothing, notions, ladies ap
parel, etc. He is also a resident buyer,
who is able to save you 2.5 per cent. on
purchases entrusted to him. Be solicits
a trial order to convince his merchant
friends of what he can do. Address
Cohen & Krasnoff. 214 Canal street,
The Reason They Are Baggy and
Wide From the Knees Down.
A sailor's trousers often give rise to
a great deal of ridicule by reason of
their bagginess and wideness from the
knees down. No one troubles to think
that they may have been made in that
way for some special purpose or other.
gack tars naturally have so much to do
with water that it is almost to be won
dered that for working purposes they
are not supplied with knee bgeches, in
which they would be able to paddle
about without danger of damaging the
leg portion of their nether garments.
As this innovation has not taken place,
the trousers are made very baggy so
that they can be easily turned up well
out of the water when work in the wa
ter has to be done. Were they provid
ed with trousers of the same 'width all
the way down the leg they would find
it diffcult to turn them up far enough
without at the same lime Impeding
their actions owing to the compression
that would be caused.--London Stand
1HE above picture of the
man and fish is the trade
mark'of Scott's Emulsion,
and is the synonym for
strength and purity. It is sold
in almost all the civilized coun
tries of the globe.
If the cod fish became extinct
it would be a world-wide ceiam
ity, because the oil that comes
froin its liver surpasses all other
fats ini nourishing and life-giving
properties. Thirty years ago
the proprietors of Scott's Emul
sion found a way of preparing
cod liver oil so that everyone can
take it and get the full value of
the oil without the objectionable
taste. Scott's Emulsion is the
best thing inthe world for weak,
backward children, thin, delicate
people, and all conditions of
wasting and lost strength.
Send for free sample.
SCOTT & BOWNiE, CHEMISTs
409-45 PEARrL STREET, KEw YoRK
Notice to Creditors.
All persons having claims against
the estate of J. T. Barrow, deceased,
will file same with the undersigned,
duly attested, and all persons indebt- i
ed to the estate of the said J. T.
Barrow, deceased, will make imme I
diate payment to the undersigned
at Spring Bank, S. C.
MRS. EMMu E. BARROW.
Duly Appointed Aiinistratrix.
LAND FOR SALE.
Two hundred acres of ]aud. with nine
Ioon dwelling-house and other im
provements for sale: 150 acres cleared
land, )50 acres of woodland. 1 miles
from Workman. Clarendon county, S. C.
WILLTAM J. \1 ULDIOW.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,!
County of Clarendon.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
.Terry Roberson, Plaintiff.
Robert W. Curtis, Henrietta C. Tnr
ney, Cora E. Oliver, William T.
Pachen, John Turney, Sylvia
Eastwood. Emma L. Parker,Com
fort B. Magne. George Gorace
Curtis, Mary A. Curtis, Julia
Anna Curtis. Oscar Curtis, George
H. Curtis, Horace B. Curtis and
Charles S. Curtis, Defendants.
Copy Summons for Relief - (Com
To the Defendants above named:
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint in
this action, of which a copy is here
with served upon you, and to serve a
copy of your answer to the said con
plaint on the subscribers at their of
fice, 120-122 North Main Street, in the
city of Sumter, S. C., within twenty
davs after the service hereof, exclu
sive of the day of such service; and
if Vou fail to answer the domplaint
within the time aforesaid, the plain
tiff in this action will apply to the
Court for the relief demanded in the
Dated March 10th, A. D. 190>.
The Defendants will take Notice
that the Summons and Complaint in
the above stated action were filed in
the office of the Clerk of the Court
for said County on March 20th, 1905.
LEE & MOISE,
Now is the time to take a spring
tonic. By far the best thing to take
is flurray's Iron tlixture.
It makes pure blood and gets rid
of that tired feeling. At all drug
50c a Bottle.
Or Direct from
THE MURRAY DRUG COMPANY,
Columbia, S. C.
THE HEGE LOG BEAM
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H EAC'0K-KINC FEED WORKs
Exorsris Asan Boun.as. WooDWOBEING
M.mirsz, CorToNr GIyNIG, Bazcx
3iXAIGo A SHINGLE .AND LATE
MACHIERY, CoRN MiII.s. ETC., Erc.
GIBBES M(ACHINERY Co.,
Colusnbia, S. C.
THE GIBBES SHINCG.E MACHINE
1 represent some of tne
oldest and strongest fire
insurance coinpanies do
ing business in the Unit
edi States, and respect
fully solicit a share of
Murray's Buchu, Gin and Juni
per is prescribed and endorsed by
eminent physicians. It cures when
all else fails. Prevents Kidney Dis
ease, Dropsy, Bright's Disease. etc.
At all drug stores.
$1.00 a Bottle.
Or direct from
THlE MURRAY DRUG COt1PANY,
Columbia, S. C.
. .THE. .
R. B. LORYEA DRUG STORE,~
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Prop.,
Sign of the . . . Golden Mortar,
Beg to mnform their many friends and custom
ers that they are prepared to supply their wants
wvith their accustomed celerity.
We carry a full and complete line in every de
partment of the
and every attention is shown to the wants of
For zany Years
We have endeavored to give the very best at
tention to our customers' wants. and feel that
we have succeeded.
Our stock of
is compecte in every par ticular and ev ery and
""hen in aned of iUR"D"$RUGS and MEDI
CNES call on us and we can give you general
AIORDERS receive our careful and im
mediate attention on day of receipt.
We hope for your kind patronage which for
years we have earnestlyv striven to merit.
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Proprietor,
SI~rn of he
-- Golden Mortar
- ~ MANNINC, S. C.
.D. RM Soo
Pharmacist, Summerton, S. C.
YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS SOLIClTED
RHAME'S DRUG STORE.
25c. Box Papers.
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T1wenty-tive cents is a popular price for station- p
ry in boxes, and we make it miore popular by something very important to say to the people
showing the bnest line of papers for the money of Clarendon county this week.
ever shown in this locality. Our buyers have just returned from the Northern
E(qull values also at all other prices, from 10C markets where they have spent several days in selecting
to sl a box. ng stock of Dress Goods and Trimmings, Fancy
Corresondence Tablets.Goods, Millinery and Millinery Goods of al kinds.
Corrs~odenc Talets Itis useless for us to add that our stock of Spring
Tablts gow i favr fr ~eera~ core~pad'- Goods this season will be the largest and most extensive -
Tablets grow in favor for general corre spond
ence. We furnish all grades, ruled or unruled. we have ever shown.
em.dops t mach.A visit to onr store and an insp~ection of our stock
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You should be as particular about your station
ery as you are about your personal appearance. C
YourWe would call special attention to our new stock of
care-yourGent's, Youth's and Children's latest Spring Clothing.
means of .judgmgn you.
means of ' jugngyu Our new, nobby styles and low prices we name on our
All that is new in style, shade or shape is here Mens Suits really advertise our store.
-every paper in accord with the demands of re
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inedGent's Furnishings. A fll line of late style Collars and
in Bulk or Fancy Boxes. 0
in Blk o Fany Boes. A full line of the newest things in Gent's Neckwear.
~An inspection of our line of Gent's and Children's
Healf th newest creations in late style hat making and our
Painandsornes isa sgn o cogesion Th ~ prices 'we name are the lowest to be had on the same class
Pain and soreness is_ a sign of congestion. Theow-omer
blood is improperly circulating somewhere. Heat
relaxes the parts and equalizes the circulation. -do
The prompt application of a hot water bottle will 0 i I II E RX I
cure many ailments quicker than internal medi
cine-and it is a natural way of curing. Our Millinery department will e under the super-.
This modern appliance is apt to be needed any a vto
hour in any home. Costs too little to be without. ecommended and we feel that the ladies will appreciate
RHAME'S DRUG STORE Sells
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Bottles fo ty
S whrch are a household necessity that pays for
itself many times over in the -benefit and comfort
of its use. It is a reliable cure for pain and a
splendid antidote for cold feet.
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