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MANNING, S. C., JIULY 5, 1903.
Publishes All County and Town Of
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MUST be in
Ihis olnice by Saturday Noon in order to
insure publication the following week.
W. E. Jenkinson Company
\\i'l hold a Peerles Mill and Fatory
Svudicate Sale. startiug TuedayOv. July
h1. aLt 8:30 o'clock A. M.
Mr. (. P. Watson of New York. the
man from the mills. will be in eharge
of this sale.
The ale will continue for 10 days,
and during this sale no goods will be
charged: our books will be clo'.ed. we
will only he able to wait on as iu;
Look out in THE TDIES next week
for our big page ad.. giving a fuli de
scription of this great sale.
Thirty thousand dollars worth of
goods will go on sale at Mill and Fac
tory prices. It will be the most impor
tant sale ever held in Manning or Clar
R.emember the day. Tuesday. Moru
ingr at S:30 o'elxk .1uly 1Sth.
W. E. J.ENKINSON CO
Miss Kate Ingram of Dillon is visit
ing friends in Manning.
The great picnic on the 27th should
be talked up by everybody.
Mr. J. A. Weinberg has returned
home from his Northern trip.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Rigby have re
turned home from Chick Springs.
The Manning Social Club will give
a dance tomorrow evening in Institute
Manning's second nine was defeated
by Foreston yesterday by the score of
15 to 4.
Wherever two or more persons con
gregate they should talk the great
basket picnic for the 27th.
A number of Manning's citizens
spent yesterday at the Isle of Palms.
and enjoyed the magnticient surf
Greelevville and Suminierton crossed
bats on the grounds of the former yes
terday. Score 21 to 0 in favor of Sum
The 4th in Manning was more like a
Sunday, all the business houses being
closed and those who stayed in town
hunted the cool places.
Last Wedaesday Mr. H. B. Bateman
had the misfortune to have a piece of
timber at Mr. D. M. Bradham-s lumber
mill, fall upon his left leg and break it
in two places.
A protracted meeting will begin at
Fellowship church next Sunday even
ing at 8:30. There will be preaching
every day during the week at 11:30 a.
m. and 8:30 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Autrey. of Autrey
vitle, Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. .J. B.
Peebles, of Whigham, Ga., are here
on a visit to their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. D. R. Reaves.
When you want a pleasant laxative
that is easy to take and certain to .act,
use Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
tablets. For sale by The R. B. Loryea.
Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
Messrs. 3. N. Woods,, of Sardinia,
and S. 0. O'Brien, of Heimeman's, re
cent graduates of the South Carolina
College, have formed a law partner
ship and located in Manniag.
Where are you sick? Headache, foul
tongue, no appetite, lack energy, pain
in your stomach, constipation.. Holhis
ter's Rocky Mountain Tea will ma-ke
you wefl and keep you well. 3:> cents.
Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.
Miss Kate Cornwell of Chester has
been elected one of the teachers in the
primary department of t1he Moses Levi
Memorial Institute. Miss Cornwell
has taken a kinder garten course and'
is highly recommended,
Beautify your complexion with little
cost If you wish a smooth. clear,cream
like complexion, rosy cheeks, laughing
eyes, take Hollister's Rocky Mountain
Tea, greatest beautifier known. 3.5
cents. Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.
Enoch Lemon, a negro living on San
tee while on his way home from Man
ning one day last week was taken
suddenly sick near Jordan, and died
almost immediately. His companion
says that Enoch complained of feeling
ba'dly, took a drink of 76. and then his
head fell forward and he' was dead.
Not a cent wantea, unless you are
cured. If vou are sick and ailing, take
Aollister's'Rocky Mountain Tea.. A
great blessing to the human family.
Makes you well-keeps you well. 35
ents, Tea or Tablets. Dr. W. E. Brown
Some days ago I sold one of my cus
tomers, Mr.-, of this place,.a box
of Dr. King's Worm Candy. His wife
had been in bad health for some time,
ad he urged her to take some Worm
Candy. She, of course, did not want to
ake it, but after some very strong
argument he finally prevailed. She
ttook four Lozenges according to direc
tions, and passed sixty-three worms.
She had been taking medicine from
several physicians and they did her no
good. He is willing to be qualified that
some of the worms were a foot long.
He also gave his child some of the
Candy and it passed three worms, mak
in i all sixty-six worms from one box
of Dr. Kings Worm Candy. This testi
monial is entirely unsolicited, but I
thought it my duty to inform you _of the
merits ot the Worm Candy in this see
WALTER B. BARKER.
Jonesville, S. C.
Sold by Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.
Sermons would be shorter if they had
to be practiced before they were
Buy It Now.
Now is the time to buy Chamber
lain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. It is certain to be needed
sooneror later and when that time
comes you will need it badly-you will
need it quickly. Buy it now. It may
save life. For for sale by The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryea,
The preaching that meets human
needs will never need to drum up a
A Smothe Article.
When vou find it necessary to use
salve us DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve.
It is the purest, and best for sores.
burns boils, eczema, blind, bleeding.
itcinc or-protruding piles. Get the
M mie heWitt's Witch Hazel Salve.
Solds by Th RB Toryea Drug Store.
Tom Watson to be Here July 27th.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Cotton Growers' Association was held
in the court house last Saturday and
the attendance was fairly ar-C and
The discussions were quite spirited.
at the same time without. acriunony,
each debator having the samo end in
view, and ll looking for the best inter
ests of the association. The matter of
building warehouses was discussed by
Capt. 1). J. lradhamn, Dr. 1. M. Woods,
11ev. . A. Sublett. Messrs. .1ames
IHeaves. W. M. Plowdeni. W. k
inson and Louis APPel
All but the latter agreed that
the nlan for establishing warehouses
was by co-operation. and that commit
tees be aopointed to solicit subscrip
tions to stock at one dollar per share.
The writer was not opposed to co-oper
ation. but the time was short. if any
thing was to be accomplished this sea
son. thatt it was his opinion the
merchants of Manning should, with or
without the aid of the farmer, build a
warehouse here. that one warehouse
breeds more, and as a matter of busi
ness enterprise the merehants here
should not wait for aid from the farmer.
but to go ahead and erect a warehouse
as trade inducer.
The co-operative plau was adopted.
however, and the followinz gentlemen
were appointed a committee to solicit
stock subscriptions and report to the
executive committee July 15th in :lan
fing at 4 &clock p. p. m. For Summer
ton. Richard B. Smyth. C. M. Davis.
J. Hf. 1odge: Manning, W. F. Jenkin
son, W. 'M. Plowden, and lames
Reaves: Salem. Dr. 1. M. Woo,.] .lom
Epns, HM. McIntosh. This commit
tee is an auxilliary to the County
Executive Committee on warehouses,
composed of A. LeviJ. W 31eTeod 0.
C. Scarborough and W. . Jenkinson.
The matter of cotton bagging, saks,
etc.. was brought up by Dr. Woods and
the suggestion that we use our iniuence
towards encouraging the manufacture
of cotton bagging, sacks and every
thing else that can be from cotton for
commercial transportation purposes
was heartily approved.
President lodge then announeced
that President Jordan had asked for
the association to hold celebration
meetings or picnics on the 4th of .July.
but on account of conditions here, he
concluded it would suit our people bet
ter to have theirs later. He therefore,
wanted an expression as to whether or
not the association wanted to have a
picnic and if so, when and where. This
uestion was discussed freely and fully
y a number of members, and.
it was the unanimous decision
to have a oicnic Thursday, July
2. The placefor the picnic provoked
onsiderable difference of opinion, some
wanted it in the town of Manning on
the court house square. others wanted
it at Fellowship church, some at Brew
ingtonand Appelt's Mill was suggested,
ut it. was finally decided to have it at
.indalPs Mill. and President Hodge
was instructed to ask the county news
>apers to invite through their columns
the people to attend a basket picnic
it Tindal's Mill July 27. He was also
authorized to invite to deliver ad
dresses. Harvey Jordan,President of the
outhe-:n Cotton Growers Association,
President E. D. Smith, President of
the South Carolina branch of the As
sociation, F. H. Weston Secretary, F.
H. Hvatt Treasurer, Hon. John L. Mc
Laurin, Hon. R. I. Manning and Hon.
Thomas E. Watson of Georgia.
President Hodge stated that he had
ssurances from headquarters ,that
ome or~ all of the gentlemnen would ac
ept the invitation.
The meeting was one of the best the
ounty association has had, there was
o friction, nor was their any spirit of
crimonious contention, while opinions
differed as to minor details all were
orking for the same purpose. Every
ne of the gentlemen invited to be
resent to address the people on the
casion of the picnic, are identified
ow, and have been from the begin
in,with the great cotton growers' as
ociation, and each and every one of
them were members of the New Orleans
onvention. We especially direct at
tentin to this, as in reply to Manning s
orrespondent to The News and Cou
rier who, in his report of the meeting,
said: "It' may be noticed by some who
were not invited is Senator B. R. Till
:an, but how much purpose there was
in failing to invite him does not appear
n the surface." We doubt if there
was a man at that meeting who gave
Senator Tillman a thought, because the
Senator has not been identified or con
nected with tiie association in any way.
We have no doubt that he is in sympa
thy with the movement, but when the
association was struggling to get organ
ized, men going into their pockets and
travelling hundreds of miles to the
New Orleans convention, and then after
that, giving their time and money in
the endeavor to organize the people,
Senator Tillman was not heard from.
Had some one suggested that Senator
Tillman be invited, we believe the
same position would have been taken as
was in the suggestion of Hon. M. F.
Ansel. The association, when Mr. An
sel's name was mentioned, took the po
sition that he being announced -as a
:andidate for Governor, it would give
the affair a political significance and
this was to be avoided, although Mr.
Ansel has friends in the county and
some of them were at the meeting and
approved ot not sending him an invita
tion. The leaving out the name of
Senator B. R. Tillman, therefore, had
no personal or political significance,
and only such men were invited, as
were prominently identified with the
The picnic is the thing, Clarendon
should turn out enmasse, the stores of
this town and Summerton and other
places should close for the day and
everything go to Tindal's Mill. Clar
endon can show to the world that her
people are wide-a-wake, and that she
can have one great big jollification in
appreciation of the efforts the Cotton
Growers' Association is making for the
farmers. On this occasion every lady
should be out, every child should be
there, because the speeches will be
worth going miles to hear. Hon.
Thomas E. Watson has no intellectual
superior in the South. and each and
everone of the other speakers are
men of reputation.
There will be a band of music, and
everything will be conducted to make
the occasion a happy and memorable
one. Remember July 27th is the day
set apart for Clarendon's great basket
President Hodge has appointed the
On Arrangements-A. J. Tin~dal, .Jr.,
Chairman, Percy B. Harvin. B. P.
Broadway, Brooks Nims, C. Allen .Me
Faddin, C. M. Davis, D. M. Bradham.
This committee to meet at A. J. Tin
da's Tuesday. 11th, inst., at 3, p. m-.
On Reception-Louis Appelt, Chair
man, W. E. Jenkinson, J. H. Rigby, .
H. Timmons, WV. T. Lesesne, .John WV.
Ridgill, Joseph Sprott, Rev. RI. A.
Sublett, and WV. D. Gamble. This com
mittee to meet the speakers and ar
range to convey them to and from the
On Finance-J. W. McLeod. Chair
man,IL I. Bagnal, D. J. Bradham, S.
W. 'McIntosh, Howard Green, E. L.
Wilkins, James Reaves, J. E, Kelly, A.
J. Richbourg, R. S. DesChamps, Jeff
M. Davis, T. Parker Brtown and J. R.
Griffin. This committee to secure do
nations to defray expenses, and each
member of the committee to solicit con
tributions and turn same over to the
ears te Ihe Kind You Have Always Bought
A Popular Citizen Dead.
This community was severely shock
cd last Sunday morning about 9:15,
when Mr. E. Conyers Horton was found
in his bed at the Manning Hotel dead.
Mr. Horton, for a day or two complain
ed of slight indisposition, but he nor
anyone else regarded him at all ill. Or
Saurdav he went out to his farm as
usual. and in the afternoon joked and
played with one of his nieces, and her
little visiting friend: that night about
10 o'clock he and his nephew, Mr. J.
H. Riby, arranged over the telephone
to spend Sunday in the country, at 31r.
John Horton's, and shortly after this
he bathed his feet in warm water and
retired. About 11 o'clock a lady and
gentleman were sitting on the piazza
near Mr. Horton's room, they heard a
peculiar snoring sound. the young man
thinking N r. florton was "playing of,"
as he was known to be a great joker
and a teaser of his young friends, spoke
to him to stop that "putting on and go
to slem." The sound ceased in a few
moments. and no more was known of
Mr. Horton until after no answer to
the rap on his door Sunday morning,
calling him to breakfast. Mr. Rabb,
the proprietor, went into the room and
found him stiff in death, but lying as if
in a natural sleep, not even the mouth
contracted. He evidently died while
asleep. without suffering and without
The body was placed in a casket and
carried to the home of a sister. Mrs. S.
A. Rtigby. where it stayed under the
vigil of friends until Monday morning
when it was taken, followed by an im
mense throng,to the Manning cemetery
and after a funeral service, corn ucted
by Rev J. M. Holladay, pastor of the
Presbyterian church, the body was
placed beside his wife who predeceased
him about 23 years ago. The deceased
was about 47 years of age, was married
December 15th. 1880 to Miss Mattie B.
Clark, and to this union was born Ed
die C. Horton. Jr. Father and infant
were left in a few days by the mother,
whose life's work on earth was ended
to take her place with Heaven's jewels.
The deceased, with the help of an aunt
of his wife,Mrs. Martha Burgess, raised
the infant, and they were blessed to
bring him to an honored manhood.
Mr. Horton had nany friends. as was
shown by the large crowd at the fun
eral. the business houses closing in
respect to his memory. and the many
expressions of sorrow at his sudden
The funeral was directed by Mr. A.
J. White, and the following were the
pall bearers: V. C. Davis, . I. Bagnal,
J. D. Gerald, J. H. Lesesne, W. Scott
Harvin. and W. P. Legg.
Good for Stomach Trouble and Constipation.
"Chamberiain's Stomaci and Liver
Tablets have done me a great deal of
oood," says C. Towns, of Rat Portage,
Ontario, Canada. "Being a mild physic
the after effeess are not unpleasant, and
I can recommend them to all who suffer
from stomach disorder." For sale by
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaae M.
Wild Flowers of Alaska.
Up in "green Alaska," as John Bur
roughs found it, the predominating col
or of the wild flowers is blue. The wild
geranium is blue and tinges the slopes
as daisies and buttercups do with us.
He speaks of "patches of a most ex
quisite forgetmenot of pure, delicate
blue with yellow center that grew to
the height of about a foot A handful
of it looked like something just caught
out of the sky above." In another par
agra'ph he speaks of the forgetmenot
growing round an Eskimo encampment
at Plover bay, within sight of the Sibe
rian coast, that was scarcely an inch
high. of deep ultramarIne blue, "the
deepest. most Intense blue I ever saw
In a wild fiowe'r."
There is no case of indigestion, dys
pepsia or stomach trouble that will not
ield to the digestive and strengthen
ing influence of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure.
This remedy takes the strain off the
stomach by'digesting who a you eat and
allowing it to rest until it grows strong
again. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure affords
uick and permanent relief from indi
gestion and all stomach troubles, builds
up the system and so purifies that dis
ease can'not attack and gain a foothold
as when in n weakened condition. Sold
by The R. B. Lorvea Drug Store.
Summer School for Colored Teachers, Be
ginning Monday, Jul'y 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. [3S-3t
Old Time Railway Travel.
Third class passenger coaches in
England used to be coupled on next to
the engine. The travelers came in for
terrible treatment when any accident
occurred. At times the engine was
driven tender first, In which case
frozen hands could be warmed at Its
smokestack. The passengers were
packed, seventy of them, Into a truck
eighteen feet In length by seven and
a half in wildth. There was no roof
and not, as a rule, proper protection
at the sides.
Fruit Jars-Dickson Hardware Co.
The Furniture Man, Levi Block. tfJ
Fruit Jars--Dickson Hardware Co.
Tobacco Barn Flues, ready made.
Dickson Hardware Co.
Plant Wood's tested and true Wheat
Seed. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Tob~acco Barn Flues, ready made.
Dickson Hardware Co
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best.
The R. B. Lorrea Drug Store.
Agents wanted to sell the Harvey
Stlo Fountain Pen. A $2 pen for $1.
Write today for terms and territory.
Charles W. Pickering, agent, Man
ning. S. C. rtf
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
our patronage. J. L. Wilson. [tf
To The Stockholders of the S. M. Col
You are hereby notitied that there
will be a meeting of the Stockhiolders
of the said corporation on the 27th day
of JTuly, A. D. 1905. in the store of the
S. M, Colclough Co., at eleven o'clock,
for the purpose of changing the name
of said corporation.
.1. ROMEY EA DON,
as Scretary and Treasurer of S. M.
Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets
-A Busy Medioine for Busy l'eople.
I:ngs Golden Health and Renewed Vigor.
Ssnecific for Constipation, Indigestion. Live
alKidney Troubles. Pimps. Eczema, Impure
I:X~d. Bad Breath, Sluggs Bowels, Headache
,;nd Backache. It's Rock Mountain Tea in tab
lt form. 35 cents a. boxc. Genuine made by
IfLL1sTER DRG COMpENT, Madison, Wis.
anOLnEs NiiGGETS FOR sArI nw penasI E
STATI EMVrEl N'
OF THE CONDITION OF THE
BANK OF MANNING
AT THE CLOSE OF lUSINESS
.JUNE ~30, 1 f03.
Loans and discounts.........204.925 84
Real estate and furniture... 6.139 26
Cash on hand and amfount
due- u1, by other banks.... 19,932 70
Capital stock...............; 40,000 00
Re-discounts..... ..... ... 45,524 12
Surplus and profits (net).... 43,106 00
Deposits...... ......... 102367 68
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
I. JOSEPH SPROTT. Cashier of The
bank Manning, do solemly swear that
the above statement is true to the best
of my knowledge and belief.
Swovnn to before me this 30th day of
June, A. D. 1905.
[L. s.] P. B. MOUzON.
Notary Public for S. C.
W. E. BROWN.
J. W. McLEO.L
.JOSEPH F. RHANMI,
Bank of Summerton
AT THE C.lOSE oV BUSINFPSS
June 30, 1905
Loans and discounts..........79,227 46
Real estate, safe and fixtures, 2,812 45
Cash and due by banks. 11,642 66
Capital stock.............. "25,000 00
Bills payable..............38016 00
Surplus and undivided protits,
net........................ .5.034 43
Deposits ................ .... 25,632 14
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF CLARENDON- f
I. JOHN W. LESESNE, Cashier of
Bank of Suminerton, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true and
correct to the best of my knowledge
JNO. W. LESESNE,
Sworn to before me, this 30th day of
June, A. D. 1905.
rL. S.1 RICHARD B. SMYTH,
Notary Public for S. C.
C. M. DAYIs,
T. S. ROGAN,
RICHARD B. SMYTH,
TH E HEGE LOG BEAM
HEACOCK-KING FEED WORKS
ENGNES AND BOILES, WooDWoRIG
MA&CHIsNY. Co~roN GINNIN. SEICEK
MAKIN4G AND SHzNOLE AND L~ATE
MAculnZaY. COnr IntLs. ETC.. ETo.
GIBBES MACHINERY CO..*
Columbia, S. C.
THE GIBBES SHINGLE MACHINE
Fi!e, Life, Accident and lierith.
Place your Insurance in the follow
ing Companies, each represent
ing millions of assets:
Hartford of Hartford, Conn.
Phenix of Brooklyn, N. Y.
Continental of New York.
American Fire of Philadelphia.
German American of New York.
Pennsylvania of Phila3delphia.
Fire Association of Philadelphia.
Home of New York.
New York Under writers' Agency
of New York.
Western of Canada.
A share of your business solicited.
lh F. N. IEi0o IllSlflllle 4gll1
Country tenant property written also.
. .THE. .
R. B. LORYEA ORLIC 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
For 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 every and
hen in ne d of PUE RUGS and MEDI
CINES call on us and we can give you~ general
sAI O RDERS receive our careful and im
mediate attention on day of receipt.
We hope for your kind patronage which for
years we have earnestlv striven to merit.
IBE R. B. LORYm GRO 8TORE
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Proprietor,
Sign of the
MANNING! S. C.
10 . to 25c.
RHAME'S DRUG STORE.
SHAVING SOAP I
RHAME'S DRUG STORE
Rhame's Drug Store,
SUMIMERTON, S. C.
During the~ past ten months or since we have suc
Iceeded S. I. Till we have sold thousands and thousands
of dollars worth of beautiful and stylish merchandise,
Ihave sold enough goods and have a class of customers
that would be a credit to a bigger and more pretentious
concern. For this we are proud and thankful to you; we
are prouder still for the reputation we have- made with
the people of Manning and Clarendon. We have always
Sgiven you what you want and you always get just what
Syou think you get. Sometimes you may find something
i that you think is cheaper or it seems to be cheaper to you,
Sbut you will not find a lower price than ours on the same
We have lots and lots of bright, new, stylish summe.
Sgoods left and we want to make June our record-breakmng
All or most of our summer goods must be sold and we
Swill not carry them over. In order to get them out we
have put them all down at a ridiculously low price. Just
a iit to our store will convince you of what we are
Sdoing. Not just ONE, TWO or THREE items, but every
Hats Come just got in a full line of Summer Sample
more. Cm inand sethem at half pieifnothing
It makes no difference what others offer you goods at
you certainly will not show good business judgment if you
buy before you come and see ours and get our prices on
the same goods. OUR PRICES ARE LOWER.
This must be our record=breakinig month.
SJ. W. McLEOD.
Portion of the
Hurnan Body Is
So Tortured In
the Effort to
Clothe and Pro
tect It as the Feet.
- "Maes Lie's t requires no breaking in
and is a revehtion of com
Walk 'Easy. fort from the first wearing.
LEWIS A. CR.OSSETT, Inc.,
NORTH ABINGTON, MASS.
S We will sell for spot cash our line of- CROSSETT. ZZ
Low Cut Shoes at the following reduced prices, includinbg
large line of Tans, nobby styles:-_0
$4.00 stys at.......... ..$8.50
3 5 styles at.............
2. 5 0 styles 29.......... 22
9- This is an oppoirtunity that you should not miss a
you know these Shoes are of -the finest workmanship ani
6= wearing, qualities.
Ali other Summer Goods at greatly reduced Prices.
and our stock is very complete at this time of the year.
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Silk Fanies, rea valew no b5rtea rsing her
forf0c te ardoSe therterig
Big yieof deals Embodery Silks, motvrycoo
de ed. .CR SET.lc ...
OnWe willsoel fofa sPlowas or lined of ColosT "m
~ o u he ttefloigrdcdpiecluding bak.
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