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Advertisers will pleas'e re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MsT be
this otlice by Saturday No in order to
Insure publication the following week.
The Time Has Come
Wheu people must begin to look around
after their fall and winter shopping.
For months and months the W. E. Jen
kinson Co., has been preparing to meet
the wants of the people in their fall
and winter purchasing and to say how
they have succeeded in this undertak
ing is only answered by cominz and
looking over the grand stock and the
marvelous bargains they have to otfer
throughout the store. It is a fact that
goes without saying that the Jenkin
son store has always been headquarters
for ladies tine Dress Goods. Silks. Trim
mings and 'Millinery Goods.
it is also an undisputed fact that Jen
kinson carry a line of Gent's Youths
and Childrens clothing second to none
in the State.
If you need a real nice fall Suit cheap
Tenlkinson's is the place to go.
Great stocks of Shoes for all sizes
Great stock of Furniture and House
furnishing Goods. Our Killinery De
partment is the largest in this part of
When vou come to do your fall and
winter shopping don't 3liss the W. l
Jenkinson Co, Department Stores.
W. E. JENKINSON CO.
Mr. D. Hirschman visited Charleston
Mr. J. XV. Thames of Wysacky spent
last night in town.
Mr. J. W. Lesesne of Summerton
was in town yesterday.
Mr. A. S. Briggs of Darlington viit
ed Manning this week.
Sanko Cubbage, an aged colored man
dropped dead over Ox swamp last Fri
Capt. Thomas.Wilson and Col. W. B.
Wilson, of Cades are in 'Ianning at
Miss Lula McLeod of Manning is
among the new students at Columbia
Mr. John Wilson Superintendent of
the North Western Railroad spent last
Monday in Manning.
Mr. Claude Breedin of Manning has
entered the Charleston Medical College
as a student of pharmacy.
Mr. George Odiorne of Charleston
has accepted the position here as man
ager of the Bowling Alleys.
Mr. T. G. Thompson, of Greenville,
visited his brother-in-law, Mr. B. T.
Legg, in Manning last week.
Miss Arline Harrington of Brewing
ton has entered the Presbyterian Col
lege for Women at Columbia.
Misses Lucille Iseman and Corinnle
Barfield left Monday for the Presby
terian College for Women in Columbia.
Messrs. P. A. Wilcox and F. L. Wil
cox, prominent members of the Flor
ne Bar are in attendance upon the
The public is cordially invited to at
tend a hot supper at Mr. J., Brogdon's
on the evening of the 13th, instant, for
the benefit of Graham church, near
There will be preaching at Fellow
ship church next Sunday at 4:00 p. m.
by Rev. 2.. A. Connors. Public cor
Rev. J. M. Holladay and Mr. W. M.
Plowden left this morning as delegates
to Presbytery at Mt. Zion, near St.,
Charles. in Sumter county.
We regret to hear that Dr. C. WV.
3arron, of New Brookland. is quite
ik in Manning at the home of his
.sister, Mrs. N. G. Gonzales.
Mr. F. W. Dickson who has been in
the employ of the D. W. Alderman
Sons Co., i~t Alcolu has moved to Man
ning and is now with D. Hirschmaniin.
Mr. H. T. Avant of Pinewood was in
Manning last Saturday and he speaks
with encouragment of the future of.
Pinewood. Mr. Avant is engaged in
the mercantile business at that place
and is very well satistied with results.
Died at Sandy Grove last Friday,
William Epps Burgess, an 18 year old
son of the late Samuel H. Burgess.
The funeral took place at Bethel
church Saturday afternoon. Rev.
James McDowell conducted the ser
It is gratifying to us to receive so
many new subscribers in the Summer
:ton, St. Paul, Panola and Silver see
tdos. Especially so. because we have
.a growing advertising business at Sum-1
*merton that depends largely upon
J,hose sections for the immense business
.rawn to that town.
The cotton warehouse proposition is
live again, and this time we have
hope of something doing. There is no
doubt in our mind that it is to the in
terest of our merchants, banks and the
farmers to have a warehouse here, and
the sooner it is erected the better will
it be for all concerned.
Have you read the Stubbs Brothers
advertisement in this issue? Then read
it now, and when you are in Sumter
nd wish thne opportunity to look over
a very large stock, in a well lighted
store,"go to Stubbs Brothers. This firm
are clothiers and gents furnishers with
a first-class reputation, and they are
anxious to increase their already fine
patronage in Clarendon county.
Next Saturday Rev. Richard Carroll
.f Columbia, is to deliver an educa
tional address at Mt. Zero, near Tin
.al's Mill, where a tremendous crowd
will gather to hear him. Carroll is a
fne speaker and has done a great deal
of good for his race: a great. many of
the negro preachers are jealous of
Carroll and try to disparage his efforts,
but he does not let them bafile him in
the least with his work of pointing out
to the negro, that his interests lie in
seeking industrial pursuits, and not
politics or the professions. Carroll has
made a number of addresses, and he
has won and merited the esteem of the
the leading men of the State.
In another column will be found the
.quarterly statement of the Bank of
Clarendon, published in conformity to
the act of the General Assembly. The
statement is exceedingly gratifying to
te oficers and stockholders of the
Bnk. That the public has shown its
cocofidence in the institution may read
ilv be seen from the deposit account,
which has almost doubled in the past
twelve months. The Bank of Claren
don commenced business two years
aoo. and within that short time had
-a very successful career. [t has on its
books the accounts of some of the most
cononervative business men in .the
county, and so far has not lost a single
. ollrr by bad loans or otherwise. The
public i invited to closely examine the
tament abhove referred to.
The first excursion over the AIcolu
railroad last Saturday was a great sue
cess. The two passenger cars were
packed, and the crowd on reaching
-Alcolu divided, some coming to Man
Lung, others going to Charleston and
some went to Sumter. The bulk of the
crowd came to Manning and the merch
ants spread themselves to make a good
impression. This excursion was for
white people only. Next. Saturday the
colored people have arranged for an
excursion over that roadi to Ne0:ah
where they are to have a big rally.
We invite the attention of our
readers to the attractive hoC adver
tisement of J. W. McLeod. Mr. S. L
Till, the manager of this busness, is
an enthusiast when it conies to shoes,
and if there is anything he loves to
advertise and sell it is shoes. Till con
tends add offers to back it up that he
has the best goods in town for the
money. Of course. we know nothing
about that, but we do know that Till
does not believe in permitting anybody
to leave his store without buying. and
he certainly has the stock to select
We want the board of trade of this
town to communicate with the presi
dent of the North Western Railroad
with a view to bringing that road here.
There is no reason why Manning should
not get a benefit from this road, and we
are sure that Captain Thomas Wilson
would consider -a sensible business
proposition froin this town. To our
personal knowledge we know that
Captain Wilson entertains a kind feel
ing for Manning but like every other
business man there must be something
more than sentiment to induce him to
make the necessary changes to bring
his road here.
Among the enterprising business
men of this day. none can excell Mr. J.
H. iiabv in will power to work for
trade. Take a look at the advertising
columns of this and last week's issue
and the page ad. of Mr. Rfigby has been
favorably commented upon even by
some of Mr. Rigby's competitors, and
this newspaper has been complimented
by those competent to judge. In this
page space, there is no misrepresenta
tion. and every one who reads it can
feel'assured that Rigby will do every
thing he promises. The stock of goods
in Rigby's store is the best we have
ever seen in it. and he has a splendid
force of salesmen who know just how
to make a customer feel at home. Tu
is needless for us to state anything
about the reliability of Rigby. That
reputation was made long ago: it is a
legacy handed down from father to son
that is jealously guarded.
JT. H. Rigby is one of Manning's cot
ton market builders. and is doing all
in his power to get full prices fpr the
cotton that comes here.
He is the first buyer in the town to
force the price to 10i cents. and he will
always be found trying to do something
for his patrons. As he is with cotton,
so is he with goods, read his advertis
ment carefully and then go to his store
and give him an opportunity to make a
customer of you.
He Kept Up in the Race.
James S. Barron, President Manches
ter Cotton Mills, Rock Hill. S. C.,
"In 1993 I painted my residence with
L. & M. It looks better than a great
many houses, painted three years ago.
Don't pay $1.50 a gallon for linseed
oil. which you do in ready-for-use paint.
Buy oil fresh from the barrel at 60
cents per gallon, and mix it with Long
man & Martinez L. & M. Paint.
It makes paint cost about 81.20 per
*Wears and covers like gold.
Every Church given a liberal quanti
ty when bought from The R. B. Loryea
No More Shows on Square.
The County Commissioners, through
*the Supervisor, have served notice
on the Mayor and Alderman of the
Town of Manning, prohibiting the use
of the courthouse square "for showing
purposes, merry-go-rounds, and attrac
tions of like character," and we are in
formed that council has notified the
Barkout Carnival Company that the
permit granted them has been revoked.
The following is a copy of notice
served upon council:
Supervisor Clarendon County,
TI. C. Owens. supervisor.
Manning, S. C.. Sept.:l8th, 1905.
Hon. D. M. Bradham, A. H. Breedin. W. E.
Jenkinson. J. W. Rigby. P. B. Mouzon. W. R.
White and Jas. F. Dickson, Mayor and Alder
men of the City or Manning. S. C..
Gentlemen: Notice is hereby given that from
and after the date above mentioned the Court
House Square shall not be used for show pur
poses. mrry-go-rounds and attractions or like
character. Br order or
BoARD OF COUNiTY COMMISsONEas.
(Seal.) T. C. Owens. Supervisor. C. C.
E. B. Brown, Clerk.
I hereby accept service or copy or the wi th
in notice, this 29th day of September 1905.
- ~ D. M. BRADHIAM.
Mayor of the City of Manning. S. C.
Summerton Yesterday and Today.
Twenty-five years ago the town of
Summerton was hardly of sufficient im
portance to receive the attention of the
map makers; at that time Sumamerton
had no railway facilities and freight
came and cotton went by way of
Wrights Bluff, down the Santee to
Charleston; the daily mail was handed
out by a carrier, who ran his route
through this neighborhood from the
town of Manning: there were no stores
or trading houses of any importance a
uarter of a century ago and the scat
tered residents of this community in
those days lived apart with no binding
ties of school or church or business in
The Summerton of yesterday was
equally as fair a land as the Summerton
of today, but the conditions necessary
for the making of a town were wanting:
the appearance of the Summerton of to
day means that something has happened
alng the banks of the Santee during
the east 25 years: new people have
moved in the vicinity; the railroad has
come and three opportunities are offer
ed the people of this section each day
One disease of thinness in
children is scrofula; in adults,
consumption. Both have poor
blood ; both need more fat.
These diseases thr-ive on lean
ness. Fat is the best means of
overcoming them; cod liver oil
makes the best and healthiest
is thle easiest and most effective
form of cod liver oil. Here's a
natural order of things that
shows whf Scott's Emulsion is
of so much value in all cases of
se-rua and consumption. More
it more weigrht, more nourish
me t. that's why.
Send for free sample.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists
409-4U5 Pearl Street, Na' Yo&
5. aeenn .. .: .s --: A11drimgtst
to reach the outside world by rail:
Summerton has become the headquar
ters for an extensive Itural Free Deliv
ery of the daily mail, which links the
hearts and ininds of many people
throughout the surrounding country to
the point of central delivery; the town
Summerton and the adjoining territory
have become incorporated as it were
into a joint stock school institution, ind
the children from far and wide meet
here live days each week. not. merely to
learn the elements of book knowledge,
but to behold the growth of the town,
to make friendly alliance for todav and
for future referncec and more than
that, to mold the parents into mutual
concert of action to build a better town
and a better citizenship.
Five hundred thousand dollars worth
of groceries and dry goods will be ship
ped into Summerton during the pre-ent
fall months: seven thousand bales of
cotton were sold at this market last
year and the cotton buyers promise a
better market this year. good crops
have already been made, the people
have good bank deposits, much real es
tate has been sold. there is more for
sale and the increasing demand for lots
foretell an interesting story.
Surely if there are reasons for the
magnificent growth of this locality da
ring the past twenty-live years as here
in portrayed, there are ten thousand
reasons why the Summerton of the fr
ture will be a city worth living in.
Bears the The Kind You Have Always Bought
Farmers Monthly Meeting.
Farmers, dont forget that the regu
lar monthly meeting of the Cotton
Growers' Association will be held in
the court house Saturday, 7th, at 11
I have made arrangements with Mr.
R. D. Clark for the farmers to store
their cotton in his tobacco warehouse.
He will store and insure for 35 cents
per bale for the first month and 25
cents per bale for every month there
after. The fight is now on, we are
passing through the crisis, hold your
cotton and demand your price for it.
E. D. HODGE.
Mowing Machine For Sale.
One Buckeye Mower in first class
running condition, almost new, a bar
ain at $35.00. It will go for %20.00 to
the first one who comes, cash or credit.
Call at The Manning Wagon and Car
BOATING ON THE NILE.
The, Best P1lots Run Aground Two oW
Three Times a Day.
Na-rigation on the Nile is not so com
plicated a matter as upon the north
Atlantic, writes Alonzo Clarke Robin
son in Outing. To run at full speed
upon a sand bar is an occurrence of
such frequency as hardly to elicit a
comment from the passengers. The
crew take more Interest because they
are obliged to push the boat off again
with poles, and this entails a great
amount of shouting and some work.
The Nile below the first cataract is a
fairly broad, muddy river, flowing be
tween deposed banks varying from
six to eight to twenty to thirty feet in
height. Its surface is interrupted ev
erywhere by sand spits and islands
upon which are to be seen thousands
of birds. The channel, if such It can
be called, winds from one sIde to the
other and changes complt.ely with ev
ery flood; hence even the best pilots
run aground two or three times a day.
It is, of course, impossible to proceed
at night, and each day's voyage comes
to an end wherever darkness happens
to overtake on.u. The boat's nose is
sImply run plump on the bank, two
men leap out and drive stakes to which
to make fast, and there you are for the
night. A very simple and effective
method, without any ostentation and
requiring very little knowledge of
mathematics; it has also the advantage
of variety. Sometimes one finds one
self alone beneath the wonderful
Egyptian moon lighting up the river,
the distant cliffs and the silent, empty
plain, or perhaps one stops near some
little native village, in which case the
bank Is lined with silent, curious fig
ures, who crouch for hours wrapped in
their white cloth coverings. Once we
tied up beside a lonely brick kiln. The
sight was a weird one. The red flare
of the furnace, fed with sugar cane,
cast intermittent flashes of light into
the night, in and out of which moved
black half naked natives, while over
head was the cloudless, star lit sky of
~se the Nostrils, Not the Mouth, and
Take Deep Inhalations.
Did you ever observe whether you
breathe through the month or nostrils?
It makes a wonderful difference. When
we talk we are forced to breathe
through the mouth, says the Philadel
phia Inquirer. When not speaking the
lips should be well closed, and the
breathing should be entirely by the
nostrils, but this is not all. The habit
of slow, measured, deep breathing that
covers the entire lung surface is of
more value and importance than you
will ever believe until you have tried
it, and when you have established the
habit of breathing in this manner you
will say some remarkable things in its
favor. It will reach all points of your
physical system. All the benenits that
occur from a healthy condition of the
blood will in a greater or less degree
be yours, for the manner and complete
ness with whichi the inhaled air comes
in contact with the blood in the lungs
are of the utmost importance to every
vital process. The lungs are a kind of
furnace, li which the oxygen of the
air is conlsumeId and combined with
other elements. av process necessary to
life, the perfection of which depends
upon the purity of the air and the man
ner of inhahlig it.
Th Way Public Sales Were Former..
ly Conducted In England.
Candle auction was a well known
method of procedure in England in the
early days of the East India company.
Public notices of such sales were first
put up at the royal exchange. When
the day came a candle exactly an inch
long was placed on the auctioneer's
desk. Directly the sale began the
candle was lighted. So long as it con
tnued to burn bidding went on mer
rily, but the instant the flame died
away the goods were knocked down to
the last bidder.
In this nmanner immense consign
ments of silks, In:digo, spices and so
forth were disposed of. thousands of
pounds changing hands during the
burning of the inch of candle.
Before the auction began a list was
read over of the names of persons not
permitted "to bid at the candle." This
contained the names of those who had
failed to pay their debts or had in any
Iway wronged the company, who
"blacklsted" them in consequence.
The Furniture Man. Levi Block. tfj
Crack Horseshoeint-I have in my
employ Mr. W. S. Harvey a thorough
IV trained Horse Shoer who will be
,pleased to do your Shioein_- in up-to
date sLeIC. Try hini. you wil he N<c
Wa ntd- By Chicigo Maufacturing
House, person of trustworthiuess and
somewhat fainiiar with local territory
as assistant in branch office. Salary $18
paid weekly. Permane-nt position. No
investment required. Previous expe
rience not essential to engaging. Ad
dress, Manager Branches, Como Block,
Plant Wood'tes-tetd and true Wheat
Seed. The RI. B. Lorvea Drug Store.
The Jethro Almond and Co's Bible
Show and Moving Picture exhibition
and lecture company will exhibit at
Pinewood Thursday, Friday and Satur
day Oct. 5. 1; and 7 at 8:15 each evening
no afternoon performance.
They show the life of Christon Earth
from his childhood to his crucifixion.
death and accension, the scene of Mt.
Pelee, the great volcano, burning
where 30,000 lost their lives July 1901.
Endorsed by the pulpit, press and peo:
ple. Changes in program each night.
Adults 15c. children under 10 years 10c
Reserved seats 10c. We carry over
10.000 feet moving pictures.
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best.
The R. B. Lorvea Drug Store.
No. 1-Two-story dwelling in Man
ning, Clarendon county, large lot
with fruit trees, artesian 'wtter. near
graded school, price S4.u00.
No. 2-Two-story dwelling, conren
ient to school, new building, artesian
well on the place. price S2.000.
No. 3-One story dwelling near
Methodist church, - acre lot. and
out-buildings, fruit trees and good
water, price $2,500.
No. 4-Two-story dwelling ou large
lot, barn and stable, all buildings
new, artesian water and electrie
lights, a nice place, price $3700.
No. 5-Vacant lots suitable for
building residences. all of good size,
and well situated in best part of town
and will be sold at reasonable prices,
according to location.
No. 0-200 acres fine farming land,
one mile from town containing two
story dwelling and large barns and
stables, and several frame tenant
houses, all buildings new, and the
place in nice order, price $10,000.
No. 7-500 acres good farming land,
four miles from town,270 acres cleared
no improvements, except tenant
houses, price $10 per acre.
No. 8-165 acres three miles from
town, 4 tenant houses, price S2,000.
This place will be divided into two
tracts if desired, at S15 per acre.
No. 9-50 acres one and a hsalf miles
from town, two tenant houses, at $35
per acre. A very nice little farm.
No. 10-450 acres about twelve
miles from town, good farming land,
at $5,00 per acre, or will be divided
into tracts of 50 to 200 acres each.
For further information apply to
J. L. WILSON,
Manning, S. C.
THEURE IS YO BETTER WAGON
made than THE MANNING WAGON. My
thimble skein one-horse Wagon is a daisy, and
give you a guarantee in writing on it for 1-2
months. The price is only
se.OO Cash or Credit..
I also do wagon and carriage repairing that
others cnn oniy Imitate. See Mr. W. S. Harvey.
E: is 'without question thc best farrier that
eer came to Manning. B. 2'. L EGG
R. B. LORYEA DRUG STORE,j
iSAAC M. LORYEA, Prop.,
Sign of the . .. Golden Mortar,
Beg to tuform 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 thc wants of
For Many Years
We have endeavored to give the very best at
tention to our customers' wants. and f.:e' that
we have succeeded.
Our stock of
is complete in cevery particulatr .nd evecry ad
any demand can be supplied.
When in need of PURE DRUGS and MEDI
CINES call on us and we can give you cenierail
MAIL ORDERS receive our careful and im
mediate attention on day of receipt.
We hope for your kind patronage which for
years we have earnestiv striven to merit.
ISAAC 11 LORYEA, Proprietor,
- MANNINO, S. C.
- 'PHONE NO. 2.
Then if ltre comies you will he saved
many at worr'y and
MANY A DOLLAR.
In this age of thc world when the
protection of a good Fire fusurance
Policy costs so lit tle. and the risk of
fire is so great. it is simply poor busi
ness to go uninsured.
C. R. SPROTT.1
Ten f et long-lecorated-10c.
Soid inl Imaniy stores foi 20c., now one (1) cent per
RHAME'S DRUG STORE.
and other Fine Candies, at
RHAME'S DRUG STORE.
If only for a box of pills biled the lay of re
ceipt. If in doubt about the price send enough
money to make sure and your change will be re
RHAME'S DRUG STORE.
Perfumed Notes, Linen Tablets,
and all kinds of Sta.tionery. at
RHAME'S DRUG STORE.
We Try to Supply the Best Quality of
Rhame's Drug Store,
SUMMERTON. S. C.
St ore 'ione No. 1:2. Reqldenco 'Phone No. 9.
ract No, 1-Two hundred acres near Workman, S C.; 150 cleared, 50 in
woodland; 9-room house. S1,000-a bargain.
ract No. 3-Sixteen acres; 60 acres under cultivation; 4-room house, t wo
ractmio.es-Seeteen and-a-half acres. in a high state of cultivation;
well located; 2 miles from Summerton.
ract No. 7-Two hundred and sixty-four acres; about 100 acres cleared,
200 can be; 3 houses, 3 wells; 3i- miles from Summerton, 2 miles from
Davis Station, on new road from Summierton to Manning. $20 per
acre. $100 cash, balance on time.
ract No. 9--Twenty acres; tenant house, 4 rooms. $50 per acre; one
half cash, balance on time. This place every foot cleared and a
good roomy house, between Summ~erton and Davis Station.
ract No. 10-Fifty-five acres, on new road to Davis Station; 30 acres
cleared, nearly all can be; 3-room new house, 2 porches; 2-room ten
We want everyboy who comes to Summerton during Summerton 's
argain Week to call at our ofmce and let as show them over town and in
identally interest them in a nice building lot. We are now offering som'e
boice lots on good terms. Write us for further information.
Summerton, S. C.
MANNING, S. C.,
The undersigned have determined to give the tobacco grow
ers a firs~t class competing market, where they can get the advan
ages of full market prices for their product.
We have the advantage of being practical tobacco men, in
close touch with tobacco manufacturers. We have one of the best
lighted warehouses in the State, thus making the tobacco show to
est advantage, and will give our personal attention to every pile
f tobaccoo placed upon our floors. We are equipped with a num
ber of expert graders from Virginia, affording the best of facili
es for grading and storing tobacco at moderate cost. Insurance
nd storage free.
We solicit your business and promise courteous and fair treat
ent. Give us a trial and let us prove to you that we can sell
our tobacco for the highest market price.
We have no salaried drummers, and instead we shall use the
rummer's salary in making the farmers' tobacco bring the high
est market price.
W. H. McGUIRE, Prop. and Mgr.
J. G. SLAUGHTER, Assistant.
C. M. MASON, Auctioneer.
J. P. MOORE, Floor Manager.
J. S. PLOWDEN. Bookkeeper.
1R A~li 1011
1Fall anI Witer
Never before in our business career have we of
lered to the trading public such a large and varied
stock of Dry Goods, Notions. Shoes, Hats. Clothing,
etc., as we are offering this season.
Our stock of Dress Goods, Trimmings, etc.. is
larger and better than ever before. Time and space
o won't allow us to tell you of all the good things this
C week. Watch for our page ad.
Everything that's new and up-to-date in Silks is
here and we are offering them at prices that can't be
duplicated anywhere. Come and let us show you
through the line and give you prices that will make
Gentlemen what about a Stetson or Gibson Hat,
a Schloss Suit and a Crawford Shoe for your fal
s outfit? Our fall and winter stock of
d~ft .SCHLOSS CLOTHING
is here ready for your inspection and Nwudb
I w glad to have you call and see them.
o We are sole agents for the Crawford So,"Thi
Best Yet." All styles and leathers, $3.50 and $4
the best shoe at the price in the world. Try a pair
and be convinced.
o- Stetson and Gibson Hats. We can please yonD-.
G=in a Hat. See us about it.
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