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MANNING, S. C., JUNE 14, 1905.
Publishes All County and Town Of
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. M1ST be in
this otlice by Saturday Noon in order to
insure publication the following week.
?ush ! Push!!
Now that the dull days of summer
have come we will not play the role of
Rip Van Winkle and sleep until the
rush and bustle of the busy fall mouths
come to arouse us from our summer
slumbers, but the word push will be
heard all along the lines at the .lenkin
son Department Store.
Do vou need Wash Goods. White
Goods, nice Black Skirtings l \ou can
get them at our store now at our store
now prices that will surprise you for
Do you need Summier Gauze U nder
wear for Men or Ladies? You can get
bargains at our store that vil be hard
to find elsewhere. Just think of a La
dies' nice Lisle Gauze Vest that sells
euervvihere for 15c, that you can get
here now at 10c or twelve for 1.
Gent's. we have some of the greatest
values to offer you in Summer Under
Negligee Shirts, Straw Hats, Collars
and Cuffs and many other things that
we have not space to mention.
W. E. JENKINSON C0*
Read Rhame's drug store advertise
Mr. H. D. Clark spent last Thursday
Miss Mattic Appelt is home from
Mr. Henry Harby. of Sumter, spent
yesterday in Manning.
Mr. Frank Barron of Rhems is visit
ing his relatives in Manning.
Died near New Zion last Thursday.
Mr. Mac Morris, aged 35 years.
Misses Mav Bradham and Harriette
Harvin are h'ome from Winthrop.
Mr. L. D. Player his returned home
from a business college in Georgia.
Miss Lulie Harviu, who has been
teaching at Orangeburg, is at home.
The man who eats cloves is never
quite free from the breath of suspicion.
It looks like killing to see a full
grown man smoking a cigarette-and
Mrs. Meta Wells of Columbia is in
Manning visiting her aunt Mrs. M. M.
Mr. Pressley Barron of the College
of Charleston is here spending his va
Mrs. Katie Fletcher of Winston
Salem, N. C., is in Manning visiting
Miss Minnie McFaddin has closed
her school at Eastover and is at home
Miss Corinne DuRant of Rome is in
Manning.on a visit to her brother Hon.
Jno. S. Wilson.
Miss Gertrude Bradham and Lucie
Johnson are home from the Greenville
Died. Tuesday of last week, near
Sardinia, Mary M., six-months-old
daughter of Mr. H. F. McFadamn.
Died at her home, near New Zion,
last Tuesday, Mrs. Emma Gibbons,
wife of Mr. J1. P. Gibbons, aged about
Colonel E. L. Wilkins and Colonel
D. J. Bradham left last Monday to at
tend the Confederate Reunion at Louis
Mrs. J. N. Robson, visiting her par
ents here, was called to her home at
Buffalo, S. C., by the illness of her
The following are home from Clem
son College: Herman Huggins, Julhus
Clark, Jake Iseman, Linwood Walker,
Wilson Brown and Alphonso Rigby.
We are informed that an effort will
be made at- Summerton in the near
future to change the charter of that
town so that a dispensary may be locat
The first cotton bloom of this season
reached us yesterday from the farm of
Mr. L. S'. Barwick of Paxville. -We
showed the blossom to several, and one
man said that was nothing, he had
plenty of them last year.
Married at Pinewood last Wednesday,
by the Rev. L. L. Bedenbaugh,
ini the Methodist church, Mr.
H. C. .Brailsford and Miss Carrie
DesChamps, a daughter of the late
Hon. L. H. DesChamps.
Died last Sunday night, near Paxville,
Mrs. Hattie Broadway, wife of Mr. G.
H. Broadway, aged 19 years. The de
ceased was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Nelson Brown, of Paxville, and a sister
of Mr. E. B. Brown, of Manning.
A conflagration started last Monday
afternoon at the D. W. Alderman Sons
Co., mills at Alcolu, and for a while
things threatened to be serious, but the
well equipped fire service did its work
so well, that only one house, the "dust
house" was destroyed.
As will be noticed elsewhere, Capt.
H. B. Richardson has a call for the
members of Company C to assemble
on the 23rd of June. It will be well for
the members to respond to this call
and save themselves and their former
Captain considerable trouble.
The railroad - committee appointed
at a recent meeting of citizens is made
up of men who have a personal as well
as a patriotic interest in this town, and
the people may feel assured that every
thing possible will be done by that
committee to accomplish the desired
The young ladies of the town will
have an ice cream festival upon the
court house green next Tuesday after
noon. The proceeds go to the benefit
of the Hannah Levi Memorial Library.
This is something all are interested in,
and should be patronized liberally. Let
everybody encourage the noble efforts
of these girls to help along a good
A store belonging to Felder & Son,
colored, about four miles north of Jor
dan. was destroyed by fire last Friday
morning. The senior Felder says he
had abont $1500 worth of goods in the
store and was without insurance. He
saved a piece of bed ticking and a few
other little things. The loss was prac
tically total. He believes it was the
work of an incendiary.
If in kind of bilious mood,.
You wish an aid to digest food.
No other pill as half so good,
As DeWitt's Little Early Risers.
The famous Little Pills Eaaily Risers
cure constipation, sickheadache, bil
iousness. etc. They never gripe or
sicken, but impart early rising energy,
Good for children or adults. Sold by
Th . B. Lorrea Drug Store.
The telephone system was out. o1
servico yesterday and the company at
tributed the cause to the electric storn
Monday night. But it was no such
thing, Tom Nimmer at this place anl
Joe Shaluhy of Summerton. got the
wires all twisted up talking Syrian t(
each other. The telephone company
should have a cable wire intalled to
accomm-ouate the languages of w
Syrian and Russian citizens.
Died suddeuly in C(alliden ]asI U
day Mrs. Ca'tilla Deas. wife of Ir- .1
D. Deas. The deceased was a daughter
of the late Col. Richard C. I chardson1,
of Fulton. and leaves a husband and
seven children. besides her mother
who is an actogenarian, and bn -thers,
Major H. B. Richardson and Col. 11. C.
Richardson. Mrs. Deas was about 48
vears of age. and was highly estecmed
for her culture. refineient and soeta
We think it right and proper for
I councli through its police to prohibit
I people from dumping brush and other
unsightly trash into the streets, and
if the dumnpin of this stuff into the
streets is permitted. then council should
i have the scavanger cart to haul it
away. but we do not think it right t
permit Piles of brush on cur main
thoroughfare to lay there until it rots.
and stop it on the side streets. do not
discriminate is the idea.
We would direct the attcenion of
those in authority to give som-ejc it-en
tion now to the heating equipmcnt of
the school houses- it wili be rememni
bered that the children lost Several
days last winter on account of the sti
fling smoke in their class-rooms. and
then there was much complaint about
not enough heat even when the smoke
did not cause annoyance. The Town
Council is made up of practical men,
and we would urze that they take this
very, very important matter into con
sideration before school opens this fall.
Professor C. E. Boyd. re-elected
superintendent of the Manning graded
schools, will not return. as he has ac
cepted a position in the State of Ten
nessee. We hope that the trustees will
be able to secure the services of an
able tutor and disciplinarian to suc
ceed Mr. Boyd. What is needed in our
local school is a head that is com
petent to superintend teachers as well
pupils. There is too much nezhanical
teaching these days, and until the
trustees employ and retain teachers
upon systematic business principles
our school can not prosper as it should.
-M. C. B." who is none other than
Mr. Mason C. Brunson, travelling rep
resentative for the News and Courier,
has a very interestinz letter in yester
dav's issue from Sunmerton. which
should be appreciated by tihe citizens
of that enterprising town, as i advr
tises to the world. the remarkable
strides Summerton has made. and is
continuing to make. It tells the world
that Summerton's progressive spirit is
nurtured by sensible business men who
are reaching out to induce people to
pitch their tents there. There is noth
ing surprising at Summerton's growth.
when it is considered that the town has
a Smythe, a Rogan, a Davis, a Rhame.
a Mood, a Capers, and a number of
others who appreciate the value of com
bined effort to accomplish a definite
President E. D. Hodge Clarendon
Cotton Growers Association requests
the announcment of a county meeting
in the court house Saturday July 1st,
at 12 o'clock for the purpose of making
arrangements for a grandrally to~be held
at some central point, or perhaps two
ooints in this county. President Hodge
oroposes tQ make the affair a gran d
ne, and has the promise of a list
of famous speakers, and it his purpose
to make, if the people decide to have a
rally, the occasion the largest ever
held in the county. He therefore
wishesevery section of Clarendon well
represented at the preliminary meet
ing on the first Saturday in July. He
especially wants Salem to be present to
signify whether or not that section
wants a separate rally to cover its vast
area. Let every part of Clarendon
come, and join in this movement to
have a big affair. Remember the first
Saturday in July is the meeting to
make the arrangements.
Sprained Ankle, Stiff Neck, Lame Shoulder.
These are three common ailments
for which Chamberlain's Pain Balm is
esecially valuable. If promptly appli
edit will save you time, money and
suffering when troubled with any one
of these ailments. For sale by The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M.
Meeting of Business Men.
In response to the appeal of this
newspaper, the business men of Man
ning assembled in the court house last
Thursday afternoon to consider the
ways and means to get in touch with
those who are contemplating i'ailroad
enterprises which amay be induced to
afect this town. The number present
was very gratifying, as it represented
about all the business interests here
with but one exception.
The president of the local Board of
Trade, Mr. J. H. Rigby. was called to
the chair, who stated the object of the
meeting as being the preliminary steps
towards securing additional railroad
facilities for Manning. He then in
vited a discussion of the matter.
Major Marion Moise of Sumter was
present upon the invitation of the act
ive spirits in this progressive move.
Major Moise is interested in securing
competing railroad facilities, and- he
with other enterprising citizens deter
mined to bring about competiton in
freight for Sumter,cost what it may. He
was requested to address the meeting,
and as is his custom whenever he
speaks he does so as to attract and hold
at tention. His talk was plain, practical
and businesslike. He told us of what
Sumter was needing to free itself of the
clutches of a practical monopoly: that
while she had' several railroads, there
is no competition. The Atlantic Coast
Line and Southern i-~e so closely allied
that a connection with the Seaboard is
a necessity. He said that the Seaboard
had been'approached to come to Sum
ter, but it declined on account of an
understanding with the other roads to
not invade each other's territory. To
get the connection, however, it was
agreed to build a road to either Be
thune or NdcBee, a distance of about
forty miles, with the expectation of
either leasing or selling it to the South
ern, and when it was seen that they
had obtained the right of ways and had
already spent some money, financiers
not connected with either system had
profferred to put up the money pro
vided the road would go on to Charles
ton. He then told of the vast coal
fields in West Virginia owned by the
Seaboard, and with Charleston's naval
station, it is his opinion that the Sea.
board wrishes an outlet to the sea, and
he believed the road he and his friends
were projecting would ultimately ex
tend to Charleston, coming through:
this county, and that while he was not
prepared to make any definite state
Disease takes no summer
If you need flesh and
summer as in winter.
Send for free sample.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chmits,
4045PalStreet, New Yorl:.
I ocad,~o ra l drndist.
ment. vet Ie thought it wise of the peo
ple of 1anning to take time by the
forelock. and ic ready to take advant
agefc of what may turn up. He said he
was interested in Clarendon, being the
owner of somne property here,and would
ike to see a competing road running
througi it and he would be glad to be
of seri.e towards it.
Major Moise then called attention to
another railroad scheme. which is be
ing mooted in the newspapers that he
regards with some suspicion. Ile
thinks the reported scheme to build a
road from Charleston to the Ohio river
is a bluff on the part of persons inter
ested in the Coast Line to choke off op
position, and he expressed surprise that
some monied men in Charleston should
lend themselves to the scheme. when
they must know that Charleston is as
badly" "bottled up" by non-competing
railroads as Sumter and Manning. He
cautioned his hearers to beware of how
they were induced to go into these
schemes. It is a common thing for
nrominent iin zo be made directors of
a new road. but they are mere igure
heads and have no voiee, they are given
these position. as baits to catch the
community. He said it wil pay this
town to :ro in debt to secure competing
railroad rates. if n(essarv issue _24.000
in bonds. give rights-of-way and ter
minals. o:Ter every inducement possi
ble to get such facilities,but never give
one cent, towards any road that is not in
Major Moise's remarks were greatly
appreciated and inspired his hearers
with the hope that some day 3Manning
viti have better facilities. and when he
concluded a unanimous vote of thanks
was given to him.
A committee of five was appointed by
the chair to take charge of the matter
looking towards securing information
and getting into communication with
those who contemplate building new
railroads'in this section. The commit
tee are: Mayor D. 'Y. Bradham, 1. I.
Baguai, W. .. Jenkinson, J. A. Wein
oerir and Louis Appelt.. This commit
tee will organize and begin its work
right away, and whenever it has se
cured sufficient tangible information it
will report same to the Board of Trade.
and if necessry that body will call a
Members of Company C. First Regi
ment of Cavalry are hereby ordered to
appear at their late parade ground at
Panola on Friday evening, Jnne 2.3d. at
4 o'clock to turk in their riffes, cart
ridge belts, gun cases and uniforms to
an agent of the government who will
be present to receipt for them. provided
ever- article of the above list is brought
forward and in good condition.
The name ot every soldier is on ree
ord in the Adjutant General's office at
Columbia with the number of his rifle
and a failure to prodluee every article
above enumerated will subject the
party to the bitter experience of what
it means to disobey an order emanating
direct from the Secretary of War.
H. B. RICHARDSON,
Snmmer School for Colored Teachers, Be
ginning Monday, July 17th.
A two weeks Summer School will be
held in Manning for colored teachers.
Professor R. S. Brogdon, of the Man
ning colored school, will conduct the
Institute. The colored teachers of the
county are urged to attend.
S. P. HOLLADAY.
Supt. of Education.
June 10, 1905. [38-3t
Bears the The Kind You Have Ahways BOUght
"Or' For 'From."
As a stranger in Philadelphia I was
much amused by certain provincial
isms. One of these was the use of the
word "off" instead of "from." "Please
buy flowers off me," say the youthful
street 'renders. One day while waiting
for some groceries a young lady, evi
dently unused to housekeeping, ap
proached the raw Irish clerk and tim
idly asked: "I want some mutton to
make broth. Shall I get It off the
necky' "No; ma'am," was the solemn
reply as the clerk pointed to the butch
ebus at his block. "ye git It off that
U. S. Soldiers who served in Cuba
during the Spanish war know that this
disease is, and that ordinary remedies
have little :nore effect than so water.
Cuban diarrhoea is almost as severe
and dangerous as a mild attack of
cholera. There is one remedy, how
ever, that can always be depended
upon as will be seen by the following
certificate from Mrs. Minnie Jacobs
of Houston, Taxas: "I hereby certify
that Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy cured my husband
of a severe attack of Cuban diarrhoea
which he brought home from Cuba.
We had several .doctors but they did
him no good. One bottle of this remedy
cured him, as our neighbors will testify
I thank God for so valuable a medicine"
Sold by The R. B. Lor-yea Drug Store,
Isaae 31. Loryea, Prop.
Saven Ilim 3ioney.
"'Why do you always agree with your
wife in everyrthing?" she said..
"I find it cheaper to do that than to
quarrel with her and then buy dia
monds to square myself."
Couldn't Spend It.
"Say, Bill, once I had more money
dan I knew what to do with."
"Yer don't mean it?"
"Sure. I found a quarter in a tem
Found a Cure for Dyspepsia.
Mirs. S. Lindsay, of Fort William,
Ontario, Canada. who has suifered
quite a number of years from dyspepsia
and great pains in the stomach, was
advised by her druggist to take Cham
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
She did so and says, "I tind that they
have done me a great deal of good. I
have never had any suffering since I
began using them." If troubled with
dsepsia or indigestion wvhy not take
tfese Tablets, get wvell and stay well?
For sale by The RI. B. Lor-yea Drug
Store. Isaac M1. Loryeai, Prop.
Two Edged Punishment.
An English newspaper says that a
schoolmaster was in the habit of pun
ishing scholars who came late to
school in the morning by keeping
them in in the afternoon. One who
was five minutes late was kept in ten
minutes and so on in proportion. One
morning it chanced that the school
master was half an hour late, and a
smart boy among his pupils was not
slow to remind him of the fact. "I'm
very sorry for being late, boys," said
the schoolmaster, with a twinkle in his
ee, "and as I punish you it's only fair
that you in turn should punish me, so
you will all Stay and keep me in for an
hour this afternoon."
In Mad Chase.
Millions rush in mad chase after
Ihealth, from one extreme of fadism to
another, when, if they would only eat
good food. and keep their bow~els regu
lar with Dr-. King's New .Life Pills.
their tr-oubles wvould all pass away.
Prompt relief and quick cure for liver
and stomach trouble. 25c at The R. B3.
p L. oa g atre.
In the History Clans.
"Who set fire to the temple of Diana
at Ephesus'" asked the teacher, look
Ing sharply at the boy.
"I-I don't know, ma'am," answered
the frightened urchin. "As true as I
I'm settin' here, I didn't have nothin'
to do with it."
Quality vs Quantity.
Iard muscles and strong body do not
depend on the quantity of food you eat
but on its perfect digestion and proner
assimilation. When you take Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure your system gets all
the nourishment out of all the tood you I
eat. It digests what you eat regardless
of the condition of the stomach and
conveys the nutrient properties to the
blood and tissues. This builds up and
strenthens the entire system. Kodol
cures indigestion. Dyspepsia. belching,
sour stomach, weak heart. etc. Sold by
The 11. 1. Loryca Drug Store.
"I thought he was a confirmed bach
elor, but he's engaged to Miss Capset
"Well, I suppose we shouldn't be sur
prised. Eternal vigilance Is the price
SYou have spent day after day. during
hot, stilling JulV and August. stewing
,and sealing" fruits and vegetables. in
air-tight jars. ad stewing yourselves
at the sane time. We bring you re
King's Fruit Preserving Powder
(Lrg boxes ancl low p-io) will pre
serve fruit and vegetables without air
tight jars. with surer resuits and at
one-fourth the price.
A 25c box puts up 40 pounds of fruit.
Note the great advantage in taste and
expense. Get-of Dr. W. E. Brown &
Avoid popularity; it has many snares
and no real beneft.-Penn.
Bears the The Kind You Have Always Bought
The Furniture Man, Levi Block. tfj
Plant Wood's tested and true Wheat
Seed. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Farmers would do well to leave their
orders for "Wood's Pet Seed Corn and
Pes." best for the South, at Rhame's
Drug Store. It will pay, as Corn is
sure to be short this year. These seed
are extra good for this season. Put
your order in now with D. 0. Rhame.
I have the Agency for several good
strong Fire Insurance Companies and
will devote my entire time to the busi
ness Will give prompt attention to
any business placed with me and solicit
your patronage. J. L. Wilson. [tf
Clenses and beautfies the haMir.
Promotem a timraflt growfh.
- eveFa1 toRestor Gr3y
air o it YouhfulColor.
50c.and 1. at Druisl
NWin, 10 HPI1891o0WH 14111[S0[.
OF~FICE oF JUDGE OF PRtOBATE.'
Manning. S. C., June 1. 190. .
To Executors. Administrators. Cuardians and
I respectfully call your atention to annexed
statute. You will please give this matter early
J. M. WINDHAM,
Judge of Probate.
Section 2555 and 26f2 Revised Statutes 190-2:
Executors. Administrators. Guardians and
Committees, shall annually while any estate re
mains in their care or custody. at any time be
fore the first day of each year. reader to the
Judge of Probate of the county from whom they
obtain Letters Testamentary or Letters of Ad
rministrators or Letters of Guardianship. etc., a
just and true aceount. upon oath, of the receipts
and expenditures of such estate the preceding -
Calendar year. which, when examined and up
proved, shall be deposited with the Inventory
and appraisement or other papers belonging t
such estate. in the office of said Judge of Pro
bate. there to be kept for the inspection of such
persons as may be interested in the estate (un
der former penialties).
Fire, Life, Accident and Health,
Place your Insurance in the follow
ing Companies, each represent
ing millions of assets:
Hartford of Hartford. Cornn.
Phenix of Brooklyn, N. Y.
Continental of New York.
American Fire of Philadelphia.
German American of New York.
Pennsylvania of Philadelphia.
Fire Association of Philadelphia.
Home of New York.
New York Underwriters' Agency
of New York.
Western of Canada.
A share of your business solicited.
Country tenant property writtin also.
. .THE. .
R. B. LORYEA DRUG STORE,'
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Prop.,
Sign of the . . . Golden Mortar,
Ecg to inform their many friends and custom
ers that they are prepared to supply their wants
with their accustomed celerity.
We carry a full and complete line in every de
partment of the
and every attention is shown to the wants ofI
For Many Years
We have endeavored to give the v-ery best at
tention to our customers' wa.nts. and feel that
we have succeeded.
Our stock of
is complete in every particular and every and
any demand can be supplied.
when in need of PURE DRUGS and MEDI
CINES call on us and we can give yo~u geaneral
AI ORDERS receive our careful and im
mediate attention on day of receipt.
We hope for your kind patronage which' for
years we have earnestly striven to merit.
iSAAC M, LORYEA, Proprietor,
~ MANNINC, S. C.
I- G-n 3pln- Woer - I.----'
in 5-gallon bottles and in bulk, at
RHAME'S DRUG STORE.
F Inrae Toilet So ps.
For All Who Wash.
FOR SALE AT
RHAME'S DRUG STORE.
Ginger Ale and Grape Juice,
COOL AND REFRESHING, at
RHAME'S DRUG- STORE.
Fine Cut Glass and China,
I For Wedding Presents.
FOR SALE AT
Rhame's DrUg Store,
SUMMERTON, S. C.
Durin th Wasedng othPrsincews hv.sc
I haeng oing his o hoe
Dauig te ast to s r anc e pree
Sconcern. For this we are proud and thankful to you; we
a re prouder still for 'the reputation we have made withE
the people of Manning and Clarendon. We have always
Sgiven you what you want and you always get just whatE
you think you get. Sometimes you may find something
Sthat you think is cheaper or it seems to be cheaper to you,
but you will not find a lower price than ours on the'-same
quaey have lots and lots of bright, new, stylish summer
goods left and we want to make June our record-breaking
All or most of our summer goods must be sold and we
will not carry them over. In order to get them out we
have put th em all down at a ridiculously low price. Just
a visit to our store will convince you of what we are
Sdoing. Not just ONE, TWO or THREE items, but every
WeHave just got in a full line of Summer Sample
Hats.Comein and see them at half price, if nothing
It makes no difterence what others otfer you goods at
you certainly will not show good business judgment if you
Sbuy before you come and see ours and get our prices on
Sthe same goods. OUR PRICES ARE LOWER.
This must be our record=breaking month.
J. W. McLEOD. Mg.
6 Great Reduction Sale
of Millinery Goods.
SALE COMMENCES JUNE 15TH
This sale, coming at a time when all are. interested in
Summer Hleadwear ought certainly to interest you.
That w-,e have had a good season inMillinery we don't
4 mind telling you, but we sometimes, like other people, in
the midst of a busy season, buy more goods than we
should and now we Start on the'" home stretch.' That
0-is, ou'r milliner will only be here a few more weeks, aa
for the remaining davs of June we have given her .n
structions to sell Millinery regardless of any profit to us.'
We want also to impress. upon you the fact that this sale -o"
will open with as complete stock as we hav--- ever had-at"
m-this season of the year.
SAgain we muist insist that this sale of Millinery will-.
be the most interesting that we have ever held, and to
Sthose of you who have hats to buy,it will be very inter-.
a-estingo to your pocketbooks, so come and let Miss Burk
head get up that hat you.want.
Secondly. we will show some awfully good values n
during the last days of this month and next.
20c and 15c Printed Wash Goods reduced to 10c yard
12i c and 10c Wash Goods reduced to 8c.
or We must close out lots of good, sound values with,
the next few imonths and it is our plan to always start
early while the people need such merchandise.
. Still another lot of those 40 inch White Lawns at 10c
Lot Low Out Shoes will gso in this reduction salen
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