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MANNING, S. C., JUNE 21, 1905.
Publishes All County and Town Of
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MUST be in
this ofliee by Saturday Noon in order to
insure publication the following week.
Items That Should Be of Interest to Varbous
\Ve still have on hand Standard Gu
ano, Potash. Acid and Kainit for those
who need it for top dressings.
A large assortment of figured Lawns.
worth ic the yard that we are running
off at 5c.
A large and splendid assortment of
Wash Goods at 10c the yard that look
real cheap at 15c.
A splendid assortment of Ladies'
Summer Gauze Undervests at 5. LO, 15
and 20c each.
We carry a very large stock of Sum
mer Corsets in all grades. If you need
a nice Corset here is your chance to get
just what you need.
Gent's, we have a splendid line of
Gauze Underwear, Elastic Seam Draw
ers. Negligee Shirts, Collars and Cuffs.
It will pay you to see what we have to
otter in Linen Collars and Cuffs.
We are closing out our Millinery
now, ladies it will pay you to see us if
you need a nice Hat for a very little
money. All Millinery must be closed
W. E. JENKINSON CO.
Mr. S. A. Rigby and wife left yester
day for Chick Springs.
Miss Eva Sires of Summerville is in
Manning visiting friends.
Mrs. S. I. Till left yesterday morning
for a visit to relatives in Columbia.
Ingram Wilson a student at Wofford
College is at home for the vacation.
Mr. J. H. Loryea of St. Matthews is
in Manning on a visit to his relatives.
Mr. 3ilton Weinberg is home for
his vacation from the South Carolina
Mrs. E.- C. Dickson left yesterday
morniing to visit her brother Rev. P.
B. Wells at Abbeville.
Miss Vera, a daughter of Mr. J. S.j
DuRant, of DuRant, is at Dr. Brockin
ton's infirmary with typhoid fever.
There will be preaching at Fellow
ship church next Sunday at 5 o'clock,
p. m., by Rev. M. A. Connors. Public
Plow right, fertilize- right, harrow
right, cultivate right, harvest right,
sell right, and live right and you will
be all right.-Ex.
Probate Judge Windham has been
away from town for several days on ac
count of his wife's health, and he has
been quite unwell himself.
Mr. Mood Connor of Greeleyville
spent yesterday in Manning on his
way to the Montgomery-Dantzler wed
ding at Elloree this evenng.
To be married this evening at Elloree
in the Methodist church, Mr. Dingle
Montgomery from near' Foreston, and
Miss Dantzler of Elloree.
Mrs. Jennette Lifrage and Miss
Sarah Wells arrived here this morn
Ahosskie, N. C., on a visit to their pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Wells.
Married in Pridgen, Fla., Wednes
day evening, June 14, Mr. Ward Pen
der and Miss Eugenia Maud Cole, a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cole,
formerly of this county.
J. A. Weinberg, Esq., president of
the Bank of Clarendon, left last Sun
day night for New York on business,
and from there he will take a pleasure
trip for about three weeks.
Died at his home near Davis Cross
Roads last Thursday night, Mr. Rut,
ledge R. Dingle, aged 77 years. The
funeral took place at Summerton. Rev.
J1. C. Younge conducted the service.
It is tough on a man who held cotton
up to the middle of June and then
turned it loose just in time to escape
the benefit of the rise. We believe
cotton will be worth more than 10
cents per pound before the next crop
comes in. Those who are holding cot
ton may tighten their grips.
The fariners that were in town last
Saturday had pulled up several holes
in their countenances and are now
beming with smiles over the present
condition of their fast growing crops.
Even Jim Barrett says he has quit fish
ing for pike in his cotton rows. There
is certamnly a big difference in the
feelings since the crops have been
Mr. Jno. W. Lesesne, cashier of the
Bank of Summerton was in Manning
last Monday, investigating the tax
records with regard to property in the
town of Summerton. He found, on ac
count of the frequent changes of owner
ship in the real estate of Summerton so
much difficulty, that he decided to
recommend a local assessment of prop
erty in that town.
Rev. J. N. Tolar, of North Carolina,
has accepted a call to the pastorate of
Paxville, Home Branch, Providence,
and Graham churches. He preaches his
first sermons at Paxville and Home
Branch the second Sunday in July.
Mr. Tolar is a graduate of Wake
Forest College, and the Louisville
Theological Seminary, and is said to be
a man of ability, and independence.
The local Board of Trade is now in
communication with the railroad com
mission on the subject of better depot
accommodations and railroad facilities.
President Rigby is trying to arrange
a meeting at this place with the chair
man of the commission, and when he
succeeds in making the appointment
he wants a number of the business men
to be present and assist him in urging
such facilities, railroad and telegraph,
as Manning's growing business de
Mr. Marion Sanders, who went to
Tucson, Arizona, on March 7th., died
in that city at noon Sunday. Mr. H. M.
Sanders received a telegram last night
informing him of his brother's death.
The message contained no particulars
save the bare statement that the end
was sudden and unexpected. The fun
eral will be held in Tucson this after
noon and the body will be interred
there. The deceased was the youngest
son of the late Col. Marion Sanders and
was 2.5 years old.-Sumnter Item 19th.
Hon. A. W. Jones, Comptroller Gen
eral, spent yesterday in Manning, in
vestigating the books of the Auditor's
office, in response to the presentment
of the grand jury. Gen. Jones told us
that he found the work in the office
somewhat behind, but there was noth
ing but what could be remedied with a
little work. He will send a man from
his office in a few days to make a
thorough examination, and he thinks
when that is done the office will be full
up with the work and in good shape.
Hie said that Auditor Dickson has al
ways been prompt with his settlements.
andi that while the books are somewhat
behind, there has been no damage
don b the preent delay.
We have been keeping tab on the
newspapers in an endeavor to keep up
with Colonels Wilkins and Bradham at
the Louisville reunion, but these dis
tinguished oflicers eluded the newspa
per reporters entirely, and so far as
the newspaper reports are concerned.
these shoulder-knotted survivors of a
hundred battles did not occupy a lime
light position in the grand hand-shak
ing spectacle. but. then it will nor, be
lost to us, just wait for the story when
it is unfolded. and it will be. colonel
Bradham arrived home Moneiav imit.
Died last Monday at the lPresbyte
rian Hospital at CIarlotte. N. C.. Mr.
Thomas P. Cuttino, aged 34 .voars
The deceased had been in haul health
nearly all of his life. and left this
county and lived in Spartanburg where
his health improved -reatly. He then
moved to Sumter where with a brother
he engaged in the mercantile business.
The deceased was noted for his happy
disposition and he had a host of friemds
as was attested when fours ago he
made a close race for Auditor of this
county. The interment took place at
Died at her home near Fulton last
Sunday. Mrs. Mlary Manning Richard:
son, wife of Maj. H. B. Richardson.
aged sixty-two years. The de
ceased was a lady of culture. and
nobleness of character: she resembled
strongly her distinguished father the
late Governor .Tohn L. Manning. and
had many of his characteristics for
making -'friends. Mrs. llichardson
took an intelligent interest, in public
matters and in the community in which
she lived, and in which she was be
loved. Our sincere sympathy goes out
to the bereaved husband and children.
"Bubber Susie" one of local negro
boy celebrities was found last Thursday
night in the piazza, in his sock feet. at
the residence of Mr. L. R. \lcIntosh.
The presumption is that his purpose
was burglary. Mr. McIntosh had been
out to a dance, and was undressing in
his room when he noticed something
pass his window. He went out only to
get a glimpse of the fleeting coon. Mr.
McIntosh pursued. caught him and
turned him over to a policeman. Coun
eil sent his "Nibs" to the chaingang
for 20 days, and he will get the balance
from Magistrate Youmans. "Bubber
Susie" is an old offender.
The ice cream fostival given under
the auspices of the younger set of
voung ladies last evening for tne bene
it of the Hannah Levi Memorial Lib
rarv was a gratifying success.both from
a social and financial standpoint. The
court house square presented a lively
scene, which was enhanced by the well
executed music of the locai band under
the direction of Mr. S. L. Krasnoti.
The numbers rendered were indeed
fine, and the young men connected with
this band deserve credit.
The young ladies who so nobly work
ed for a noble cause are very grateful
to the friends who contributed cakes
and cream, and especially is it gratify
ing to them that so few people in the
town refused to aid them in this public
benefit enterprise. In the confusion of
things the girls forgot to send for a churn
of cream that one lady kindly made for
them and who had no one to send it to
them by. caused them considerable
worry, not only because it made the
cash proceeds that much less. but they
were afraid the lady would think them
unappreciative, but we can assure the
girls they need not feel so, because,
that lady was once young and giddy,
and would be forgetful too, when
music, boys and frolic engaged the
The proceeds aggregated abuut 846.
and the girls are to be congratulated.
They directed their efforts for a good
:ause, and all people who are not closed
up ina shell of selfishness will always
be willing to encourage such work.
T3. S. Soldiers who served in Cuba
during the Spanish war know that this
disease is, and that ordinary remedies
have little more 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 JacobsI
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. Loryea Drug Store,
Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
The farmers rally picnic in this
county promises to be a great success,
judging from the expressions of ap
proval we hear from all quarters. Pres
ident Eodge, of the Cotton Growers'
Association, will leave nothing undone
to make the affair a great occasion,
and he is anxious for the preliminary
meeting to be held in the court house*
Saturday, July 1st, to be attended _by
representatives from every section.
This picnic will give the cotton grow
ers an opportunity to get the benefit
of information that has taken much
travel and study to obtain, and it will
be worth a great deal to those inter
ested. In order to make this rally-pic
nic the success President Hodge de
sires, it is necessary that a full meet
ing is had on the first Saturday in
July, to make the necessary arrange
ments, the selection of the place, ap
pointing of committees, and other
things to make the occasion one of in
struction as well as pleasure. At this
meeting it will be ascertained whether
or not there will be two picnics, one in
this section and the other in the Salem
section. President Hodge says he
thinks he will be able to procure, in
fact, has the promise of a good list of
speakers, among them are Harvie
Jordan, president (Southern Cotton
Growers' Association, and E. D. Smith.
the head of the State organization:
Hon. John L. McLaurin, and others.
Let the meeting on July 1st be a good
one, and if it is decided to have this
rally-picnic, there should be no such
thing as failure.
Quality vs Quantity.
Hard muscles and strong body do not
depend on the quantity of food you eat
but on its perfect digestion and proper,
assimilation- When you take Kodo1
Dyspepsia Cure your system gets all
the nourishment out of all the tood you
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
strengthens the entire system. Kodol
cures indigestion, Dyspepsia, belching,
sour stomach, weak heart, etc. Sold by
The RI. B. Loryea Drug Store.
The man who can be patient with
his corns has a good chance of glory.
Heaven has feasts for home coming
wanderers but not so much as a hand
out for the tramp.
A WCRO IN MOTHER'S EAR: WHEN 2
NURSING AN INFANT, AND IN THE
MONTHS THAT COME BEFORE THAT
suPPLIEs THE ExTRA sTRENGTH AND
NOURISHMENT sO NECEsSARY FOR
HE HEATH7 OF BOTH MOTHER AND
Send for free sample.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemzists,
4ooz Pear Street, New York.
Manning's Rival is Summerton.
A gentleman from Suminerton, who
takes an active interest in all taings
looking to general development, was
in 'Manning last MIonday, and in the
course of a conversation with a bank
official said he noticed the efforts of
THE TImES to arouse the people of this
town to get together to devise means
to bringing the contemplated new rail
road to Manning. but, said he: "We
Summerton people are not going to let
Manning have a competing railroad
connection without a struggle, as we
realize the advantage of competition
and we propose to exert our best efforts
towards securing the railroad for Sum
merton.'' THE TImES in a former issue
surmised as much. We did not expect
to see the Rogans, Davis, R1hames, the
Scarboroughs. and the Smythes drow
sily basking in the sunshine of content
inent and let a prospective railroad
which promises so much go by without
throwina out tempting baits to land it,
and from what we understand. Man
ning might as well realize that in en
tering competition with the above
named business men, we have foemen
worthy of our steel, and there is no use
to rely upon an' trust-to-luck methods.
We must make up our minds to put
ourselves in position to offer tempting
inducen. ents to bring the railroad here.
There are some who are unwilling to
vote bonds for a railroad; these, are
simply attempting to cross the bridge
before they reach it. They are scaring
at shadows: if it should be required,
and. in the judgment of men of braiu
and patriotism it is necessary to issue
bonds to get a railroad, it will be time
enough when we are brought face to
with the proposition, to gulp, gag, and
kick, but for the present let us all
make up our minds whether or not a
competing railroad here will be of ad
vantage. Then let us ascertain if sane
people realizing the advantage of a
competing railroad line are willing for
the sake of a few dollars to let this ad
vantage slip by, and go to a rival town
that is not doing business on the watch
There are absolutely no need to do
any croaking about bonds or other re
quirements. if we can get additional
railroad facilities let us have them re
gardless of cost, and let us all go in to
the scheme with the spirit of our friends
in Summerton. determined to win;
then it will be "a survival of the long
est nole will trash de cimmon." If Sum
meton can win the railroad, it will
mean a great deal to that enterprising
town. and we will lift our hat to her,
and if Manning wins it, it will not only
help Manning. but as MKanning is the
hub, the entire county will feel the
Sprained Ankle, Stiff Neck, Lame Shoulder.
These are three common ailments
for which Chamberlain's Pain Balm is
especially valuable. If promptly appli
ed it will save you time, money and
suffering when troubled with any one
of these ailments. For sale by The
f. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M.
Social Life in Snmmerton.
Summerton. June 1S.-Misses Nora
Nelson and Cora Cantey entertained
their friends on Friday evening with a
poster party at the residence of Mr. M.
S. Cantey. This hospitable home, so
adapted to entertaining, with its broad,
cool verandas, was brilliazitly lighted
and after much excitement and fun in
making the "posters" Miss Annie Rut
ledge was awarded the first prize and
Mr. Wallace Plowden the second,
while Mr. Henry Lanham received the
The young people then repaired to
the porch and played progressive
games. In these Miss Kate Cantey
was the successful contestant with Mr.
ack Nelson a close second, while Mr.
Lee Felder received a mouth organ as
"something he could play." Delightful
refreshments were served, consisting
f cream and cake.
Misses Nelson and Cantey were as
sisted in receiving and entertaining
their friends by Mrs. Jas. R. Fletcher
f Winston, Ni C., anil Mrs. H. Gus
Richbourg, Misses Lillian Cantey, May
Cantey and Clara Brailsford, all of this
You have spent day after day, during
ot, stifling July and August, stewing
nd sealing fruits and vegetables, in
ir-tight jars, and stewing yourselves
t the same time. We bring you re
.King's Fruit Preserving Powder -
Large boxes and low price) will pre
serve fruit and vegetables without air
tight jars, with surer results and at
one-fourth the price.
A 2.5c box puts up 40 pounds of fruit.
Note the great advantage in taste and
expense. Get of Dr. WV. E. Brown &
Members of Company C, First Regi
ment of Cavalry are hereby ordered to
appear at their late - parade ground at
Panola on Friday evening, June 23d, at
o'clock to turn in their rifles, cart
idge belts, gun cases and uniforms to
n agent of the government who will
be present to receipt for them, provided
every article of the above list is brought
forward and in good condition.
The name ot every soldier is on rec
rd in the Adjutant General's oflce at
Columbia with the number of his rifle
ad a failure to produce 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,
Found a Cure for Dyspepsia.
Mrs. S. Lindsay, of Fort William.
Ontario, Canada, who has suffered
uite a number of years from dyspepsia
and great pains in the stomach, was
advised by her drug gist to take Cham
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
She did so and says, "I find that they
have done me a great deal of good. I
have never had any suffering since I
began using them.'' If troubled with
dyspepsia or indigestion why not take
these Tablets, get well and stay well?
For sale by The R. B. Loryea Drug
Store. Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
"I think I never saw Rymer so utter
ly crushed as he was when his first
poem appeared in print"
"What was the matter? Some typo
graphical error in the poem?"
"No, that wasn't it. What crus1hed
him was that the paper was sold for
a penny a copy; just as usual."
The Salve That Penetrates.
Dewitt's Witch Hazel Salve penetrates
the pores of the skin, and by its an
tiseptic. rubifocient and healing in
fluence'it subdues inflammation and
cures boils, burns, cuts, eczema, tetter,
ring worm and all skin - diseases. A
specific for blind, bleeding, itching and
protruding piles. The original and
genuine Witch Hazel Salve is made by
E. C. DeWitt & Co. and sold by The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Oither People's Business.
Jenny-Their engagement has been
broken by mutual consent. Kate-dsn't
that tantalizing! I'll never be..~ghtls
fed until I find out which' oh6' broke
Experience is the~extraet of suffer
Bears the Yb idou Have AlwasI Bought
FIsh Out of Water.
Many people think that fish when
taken out of water die because air has
a fatal effect on them. The real rea
son, however, is that their delicate gill
filaments or membranes become dry
and stick together, so that no air can
can pass between them. Thus they lose
the power to imbibe necessary oxygen,
and the circulation of their blood stops.
The painful gasping of a fish out of wa
ter is nature's effort to free the pas
sage through the filaments.
My daughter had been down a week
with Flux, and was very sick. I pro- I
cured Dr. King's Diarrhoea and Dysen
ter.( Cordial and cured her with four
doses. George Hicks.
Handv to have for sudden attacks.
.-c.. sold by Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.
Old and Young.
'Well. well. that's a funny thing."
"Miss rassay was an old maid be
fore she married, and now that her
husband is dead she has become a
young widow."--Catholic Standard and
Beazs the 'Th. Kind You Have Always Boug!t
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.
Agents wanted to sell the Harvey
Stylo Fountain Pen. A $2 pen for $1.
Write today for terms and territory.
Charles W. Pickering, agenr. Man
ning, S. C. [tf
Wanted-A man of experience, to
assist in curing sixty acres of tobacco,
commence July 1st. None but the best
need apply. Applicants will please
state salary. F. Rhem & Sons, Rhem,
I have the Agency for several good
strong Fire Insurance Companies and
will devote my entire time to the busi
ess Will give prompt attention to
iny business placed with me and solicit
your patronage. J. L. Wilson. [tf
See the Manning Wagon, made by B.
T. Legz. I guarantee it to be the finest
and lightest running wagon sold in this
section. I only ask you $20 and $22.50
for gears, saving you 87.50 on a wagon.
A binding 12-months guarantee with
each wagon. It won't cost you a penny
to see it, but will make you $7.50. Call
on me at my shop. B. T. Legg.
I am the best equipped of any wagon
maker or repairer in this part of South
Carolina, with the most modern tools
and machinery and with a stock of
,-agon materials that are the best.
Cheap and shoddy material have no
room in my shops. Now, I want your
work: I want it bad, and I have the
ability and facilities for turning out
work that can't be gotten elsewhere
and my prices are no more than you
would pay for cheap John jobs that are
worthless. Call on me, you will be de
lighted with my work. B. T. Leg.
NoIIc 10 CM, Ridii1liIrs9
OFFICE OF JUDGE OF PROBATE. I
Manning, S. C., June 1, 1905. f
'o Executors, Administrators. Guardians and
I respectfully call your attention to annexed,
tatute. You will please give this matter early
Judge of Probate.
Section 2555 and 2672 Revised Statutes 1902:
Executors. Administrators, Guardians and
ommittees, shall annually while any estate re
ains in their care or custody, at any time be
fore the first day of each year, reitder to the
udge of Probate of the county from whom they
btamn Letters Testamentary or Letters of Ad
ninistrators or Letters of Guardianship, etc.,
just and true account, upon oath, of the receipt
and expenditures of such estate the preceding
alendar year. which, when examined and ap
roved, shall be deposited -with the Inventory
and appraisement or other papers belongmint
such estate, in the office of said Judge of Pro
:ate, there to be kept for the inspection of suc
ersons as may be Interested in the estate (un
der former penalties).
Fire, Life, Accident an~d Health,
Place your Insurance in the follow
ing Companies, each represent
ing millions of assets:
Eartford of Hartford. Conn.
Phenix of Brooklyn, N. Y.
ontinental of New York.
American Fire of Philadelphia.
erman American of New York.
Pennsylvania of Philadelphia.
Fire Association of Philadelphia.
ome of New York.
New York Under writers' Agency
of New York.
Western of Canada.
A share of your business solicited.
Country tenant property written also.
.. THE ..
R. B. L.ORYEA DRUG STORE,
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Prop.,
Sign of the . . . Golden Mortar,
Beg 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 of
F'or Many 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 complete in every particular and evecry and
en In need of PUR IRUGS and MEDI
CIES zall on us and we can give you general
MLORDERS receive our careful and im
medate attention on day o~f receipt.
We hope for your kind patronage which for
years v-e have earnestly striven to merit.
ISAAC M, LORYEA, Proprietor,
Signa of' the
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RHAME'S DRUG STORE.
SGreat ReductionH Sale
* File Toilet Soaps _
For All Who Wash. _
SALE COMMENCES JUNE '15T
s - This sale, coming at a time when all are interested in
Summer Headwear ought certainly to interest you.
That we have had a good season in Millinery we don't
mind telling you, but we sometimes, like other people, in
FOR SALE AT the midst of a busy season, buy more goods- than we
RHAME'S DRUG STORE. a- should and now we start on the "home stretch." That
is, our milliner will only be here a few more weeks, and
+++++++++.......++.....++++ . for the remaining days of June we have given her in
structions to sell Millinery regardless of any profit to us.
Ginger Ale and Grape Juice We want also to impress upon you the fact that this sale
o will open with as complete stock as we have ever had at
COOL AND REFRESHING, at 0~ this season of the year.
Again we must insist that this sale of Millinery will
RHAME'S DRUG STORE. be the most interesting that we have ever held, and to.
those of you who have hats to buy it will be very inter
++++++++++++++++++++++++++ ++++ esting to your pocketbooks, so come and -let Miss. Burl
head get up that hat you want.
I Secondly. we will show some awfully good values in
ine Cut Glass and China,
For Wedding Presents. D r Coods,
S Dress Goods, Etc.,>
during the last days of this month and next.
20c and 15c Printed Wash Goods reduced to 10c yard.
12'c and 10c Wash Goods reduced to 8c.
We must close out lots of good, sound values within
the next few months 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 10e
Lot Low Cut Shoes will go in this reduction sale.
FOR S.ALE AT
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