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MANNING. S..C.. OCT. 1,. 1D0
Publishes All County and Town Of
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MUST be in
this office by Saturday Noon in order to
insure publication the following week.
. all we want to prove to you that
we are better fixed to meet your fall
and winter wants than ever before.
Indigo Blue and Turkey Red Calicos
at 5c. the vard.
Nice Brown Sheeting 30 incheswide
Sea Island Homespun at (tc. yard.
Fine soft finish Bleach one yard wide
no starch only 8c. yard.
Fine all wool Trecots all .diades ouly
Men's fleeced line Underwear and
Draws to match only 40c. each.
The best Ladies Jersev Knit Vest to
be found on the market at 25c. Ladies
Pants to match.
Dress Flannels 50 inches wide only
Bed Clothes 50 inches wide at 85 to
$1.25 the yard. A large stock of check
Homespuns and Plaids at 5c. yard.
2 Cases Canton Flannels at 8r, 10 and
1Irc. yard. See the .great values we
have to offer in Ladie's and Gent's
Dawn and Lawn Hemstitched Hand
Great values to offer in ladies fine
Embroidered Handkerchiefs. See our
great lines of Ladies Trimmed Hats at
31.50. $2.00 and $2.50 each.
W. E. JENKINSON 1O.
Next week isFair week in Columbia
Mr. S. R. Venning spent Sunday in
Everything is lively in Summerton
Rev. R. A. Sublett of Summerton
was in town yesterday.
Died last Friday an infant son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Walker.
The Manning Social Club will give
a dance tomorrow night at Institute
Hon. Jerome P. Chase, of Florence,
is in Manning visiting Mr. J. W. Mc
Dr. W. B. Alford, a prominent den
tist of Sumter, died yesterday at Brig
ham, S. C.
Captain W. C. Davis left last night
for Rocky Mount, N. C., on profes
Bishop Capers will hold services at
St. Marks church next Friday morning
at 11:30 o'clock.
Mr. Marion Bradham had one of fin
gers broken last Monday, in a job press
in The Farmer office.
A party from here will go to Char
leston tomorrow to attend Dixon's
play. "The Clansman."
A large crowd of Manningites and
Summertonian's attended the "Clans
man" in Sumter last night.
Capt. Joe Bates and wife of Eastover
spent a few days of last week In Man
ning visiting their relatives.
Died last Thursday, near Sardinia,
James McFaddin Wheeler, five year
old son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry J.
There will be an ice cream and oys
ter festival at Home Branch church
next Friday night, for the benefit of
the Sunday School.
Died at Clinton, on last Thursday.
Rev. W. A. Pitts, of the South Caro
lina Conference, a son-in-law of Hon.
C. M. Davis, of Summerton.
The friends and relatives of Mrs. J.
S. Lowder, now in Columbia, and who
has been very ill, will be pleased to
learn that she is convalescent.
Mr. J1. W. Rigby of the firm of Coffey
& Rigby left today for St. Louis to pur
chase horses and mules for this market.
Mr. S. A. Rigby accompanies his son on
Miss Louise Brunson, a daughter of
Mr. Joel E.. Brunson, was run over by
a hack in Sumter yesterday on Main
street, but fortunately she was not
Married last Wednesday by Rev.
James McDowell of Sumter, at the
home of the bride's father, at Sardimia,
Mr. Ernest Rose and Miss Vida McFad
din, daughter of Mr. PR. E. McFad
Died last Saturday at the Nood-Os
teen Infirmary in Sumter, B. B. King
of Rimini aged about 50) years. The
deceased was a merchant at Rimini for
a number of years, and contracted
hemorrhagic fever of which he died.
Found dead in Grant Williams' field
last Friday near Davis Station, Peter
Clark, a well- to-do negro. Clark had
been over to Williams' house on a visit
Thursday night, and it is supposed he
was stricken suddenly while on his way
Rev. S. A. Nettles, in last Saturday's
News and Courier has a very able pa
per relating to the legislativc history
of the dispensary. Mr. Nettles is a
prohibitionists, and had much to do
with the legislation which finally re
sulted in the dispensary. He believes,
the institution is doomed. -
Died in Summerton last Sunday, Mrs.
H. T. Avant, wile of Mr. H. T. Avant.
The deceased formerly lived in Man-!
ning, where she enjoyed the love and
esteem of many friends. For a number
of years her health has not been robust,
but her recent illness was of so short
duration, that the news of her death
came as a severe shock to her friends.
A big steal was discovered yesterday
in the State treasurer's office in Colum
bia. A warrant has been issued for
Daniel Zimmerman, a former clerk
The discovery was made in looking up
some State bonds, and it was found
that several thousand dollars worth
had been stolen. This shortage it is
alleged has existed undiscovered for
several years. Zimmerman cannot be
foud. The peculations are variously
estimated from $12,000 to oyer $20,000.
A thorough examination may show up
Captain W. C. Davis, about midday
esterday brought us a very lengthy
type-written article in reply to an edi
torial of last week relating to the case
of Felder vs the Northwestern rail
road, also to the interview had with
Captin Thomas Wilson relating to his
railroad coming to Mannmng. This
article reached us too late for publica
tion in this week's issue, but it will ap
pear in the next, and this connection
we will state that hereafter when there
appears anything in this paper which
a person desires to make reply to. they
should not wait until the eve of going
to press to bring in their matter, but
should send or bring it in as soon after
the paper is published as possible.
Those who will reply to articles m THE
TIES need not be afraid by putting
their matter in early we will take un
due advantage of them in any answer
we would think proper to make.
The Alcolu Railroad.
In a conversation with one of our
leading merchants yesterday. we found
him advocating the town of Manning
issuing bonds to build a railroad to
connect with the Alcolu railroad to
bring the Salem section in closer trad
ing facilities with this town. The Al
colu railroad brought to Manning
would be a great trade feeder for this
place, and it should be. if possible
brought here. We know that the Al
dermans are kindly disposed towards
bringing this road to Manning. and in
our opinion, if anything like a proper
encouragement is held out. the road
will come here.
The bonding the town for this pur
pose would be an after consideration,
we think the trade-seekers should get
together and ascertain how much aid
they will give for this helpful project.
before other taxpayers are asked to
contribute. A railroad bringing a large
volume of trade to Manning will help
all interests, but the mercantile inter
ests. especially, therefore, we think
our merchants, bankers, stablemen and
other concerns should come together
and give some substantial indication
to the Aldermans that they want the
Alcolu railroad, and how much money
they will put into it.
Sometime ago the writer confered
with Capt. D. W. Aldeiman about his
road, and at that time he impressed us
with a willingness to come here, if our
people would give him the encourage
ment necessary for such a project.
Capt. Alderman is a business man,
not a dreamer, nor a sensationalist.
Business with him is a proposition of
mathematical calculation, with dollars
and cents for results, when this can be
figured. out he is in, if not he is out,
and if Manning wants to break down
the Chinese wall that is fast surround
ing us. let our business men knock
down the bars of selfishess and meet
the Aldermans with a proposition that
will appeal to their business sense.
A terrible murder was committed at
Coopers, in Williamsburg county, last
Friday night which shocked Williams
burg and Clarendon counties. The
leceased was well known in both coun
ies. The following is the account wired
o the News and Courier from King
Mr. Julian Wilson, a gentleman 57
ears of age, was found murdered last
ight at the store of W. P. Cooper &
Do.. on the road to Indiantown church,
bout 14 miles from Kingstree. The
articulars of the tragedy are lacking
ut it is known that the store was
3roken into and Mr. Wilson, who was
n charge of it for the proprietor, and
lept on the premises, was found early
his morning cut and stabbed to death,
mnd his body thrown under the counter.
The murdered man was a' quiet and
inoffensive gentleman, a nephew of the
late Frank N. Wilson, of Manning, and
first cousin of Solicitor John S. Wil
Sheriff Graham and Solicitor Wilson
;pent last night on a camp hunt only
few miles away from the scene of the
rime, and were soon on the ground,
d are there now, and no stone will be
eft unturned to bring the guilty man
o justice. Mr. Wilson was one of the
nost popular men in Williamsburg,
qually so with white and black.and this
)ommunity is stunned at this atrocious
rime. If his murderers are caught to
lay it is doubtful if they will ever see
mnother sunrise, in spite of the presence
)f Solicitor Wilson and the sheriff. The
oroner has been summoned, and the
nquest will probably be held tonight
r tomorrow. The last word from the
eene tonight says that Mr. Wilson was
tilled by being beat on the head with
club about three feet long, which was
ound this morning outside of the door,
ith blood and white hairs upon it.
he supposition now is that his mur
erer obtained admittance to the store
mder pretext of buying some medicine.
is some bottles of medicine were found
>n the counter, just above his dead
xdy. Several negroes are suspected
mnd'one arrest has been made.
The latest news from the above hor
'ible tragedy is that four negroes are
ader arrest and lodged in the King
;tree jail. Their names are Arthur
Williams, Miller Harrison, Robert
cott, and Jenkins Burgess.
The sheriff, Solicitor Wilson and
the sons of the dead man had great
ifficulty in keeping the crowd from
.pplying lynch law to the suspects.
heriff' Graham, who is a determined
nan, with pistol in hand, announced
that he would protect his prisoners,]
mnd would kill the first man who cross
d the threshold. Solicitor Wilsoni
nade effective appeals to the crowd I
>f enraged friends to control them
;elves and not bring discredit upon the
ounty. In this he was -seconded by
the three sons of the murdered man.]
heriff Graham and Solicitor Wilson
mre being warmly commended for their
nanly devotion to duty under such
very trying circumstances.
Indigestion, constipation, dyspepsia,
idner and liver disorders, and all
;tomach troubles positively cured by'
ising Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea.
15 cents, Tea or Tablets. Dr. W. E.
Brown & Co.
The State Fair.
For the accommodation of the people
the Northwestern Railroad will run
a special train for the State fair. on
October 24, 25 and 26, as follows:
N~o. 656. . .Oct. 24, 25. and 26... No. 67.
a.. m................. ...... p. m.
Leave. ......... ...... ..... Arrive.
7 15 ...Sunimerton .... 825
7 30.......St. Paul .... 810
B 10........Packsville... 20
B 35........Tdal.........7 00
B 55.........Sumter........ 6 40
(52)............ .......... (3)
Those taking the regular train at
Davis Station and-Jordan will make the
ame Iconnection by way of Wilson's
Mill at the same rate, one fare plus 25
ents, and 50 cents for fair grounds ad
Yor Your Protecti O
we place this label on every
package of Scott's Emulsion.
The man with afishon his back
is our trade-mark, and it is a
guarantee that Scott's Emul
sion will do all that Is claimed
for it. Nothing better for lung,
throat or bronchial troubles In
infant or adult. Scott's Emul
tion is one of the greatest fiesh
builders known to the medical
We'll send you a sample free.
SCRTT &. BOWNE.'"4*) ?:a'*
The Gallant Colonel Wants His Fortune Told.
Editor The Manning Tirui.
Under the caption, "Revoke it.,"
which appeared in an issue of Tii:
TIMES several weeks ago, you appeal
to your Town Council to cancel the
contract ma'le with Mr. Barkout and
his vaudeville shows to exhibit in lan
ning in November, as the shows will
carry away more money than it leaves.
This is certainly a rather calculating
and selfish view of the matter, for al
lowing that they do carry off a great
deal more than they leave, is no reek
oning to be made of the great pleasure
and diversion they furnish the poor
laboring masses, who by their toil.
build up your towns. and whose poverty
debars them from enjoying Ttalian
operas in Charleston.
Dickens and other fine students of
human nature contend for the amluse
ment and iiversion of the toiling
masses and argue right fully that it.
tends in a large degree to reconcile
them to their humble surroundingrs and
unceasing labors. This view cer
tainly applies most aptly to our own
patient laborers of the Southern fields.
who toil twelve months in the year
with no labor organization or the first
idea of entering upor, a strike, and
whose peer as a labor,,:- no country
has vet furnished us.
- D W. BR.u1LSORD.
Letter to L. L. Wells.
Dear Sir: Two years ago the estate
of the late Congressman Scott. of Erie.
Pa., painted 24 Rolling-Mill houses one
one coat Devoe at a saving of 11 per
cent for paint (lead-aad-oil was after
That's how the tale reads. We infer
what really happened.
The buyer, as usual, went by the cost
of paint; got bids. Lead-and-oil bid
low and guessed the quantity low: the
saving was only 11 per cent.
Nob&o.- seems to have thought of
this; the painting cost two or three
times as much as the paint. How much
did we save on the painting? Don't
The tale ends with this: We often
refer inquirers to, those houses, for
That's a good-enough story; but no
body knows what it is Our only diffi
ulty is want of paint-intelligence.
0 F. W. DEVOE & CO.
P. S. Manning Hardware Co. sell our
W. C. T. U.
The South Carolina Annual Conven
ion of the Woman's Christian Tem
>erance Union will . convene in John
ton Oct. 21-24. Mrs. John 0. Gough
tnd Miss Sarah Harvin will attend as
elegates from the Manning Union.
rhe people of Manning will loubtless
-ecall with pleasure the meeting of this
onvention here just a year ago when
Urs. Fry, of Illinois, was with us. Mrs.
elle G. Burger of Missouri will repre
ent the National W. C. T. U. at the
onvention this year. Mrs. Haynes,
outh Carolina's State President dear
y beloved, will preside, and will as us
tal address the convention at the open
ng meeting. The W. C. T. U. of South
arolina has been unusually active this
ast year, and has more than doubled
MRS. JoS. SPROTT.
This is to certify that all druggists
re authorized to refund your mony if
oley's Honey and Tar fails to cure
our cough or cold. It stops the cough
eals the lungs and prevents serious
esults from a cold. Cures Ia grippe
ough and prevents pneumonia and
onsmption, Contains no opiates. The
~enuine is in ayellow package. Refuse
bstitutes. The R. B. Loryea Drug
tore. Isaac M. Loryea. Prop.
The otrganization of the tenth grade
f the Moses Levi Memorial Institute
ok place in their room on Monday
iternoon. Oct. 9th, 1905. The follow
ng otticers were elected:
President, Miss Mabel 'Trescott.
ice President, Miss Joe Hall. See
etary. Mr. Perry Jayroe. Prophet,
iss Ethel McCollough. Poet, Miiss
The tenth grade pupils of the Moses
avi Memorial Institute organized on
n Oct. tenth, a literary society. The
ame of the society will be announced
ter. The following officers were
President, Ethel M~cCullough. Vice
'resident, Lillian Tisdale. Secretary,
tuth Touchberry. First Critic, Mla
ola Walker. Se.:ond Critic, Joe Hall
~ensor, Lizzie Williams. A committee
)n programe. consisting of Misses
taileen Howle and Lizzie Williams was
,ppointed by the Dresident.
The .Juvenile Literary Society of the
danning graded school met on Friday
he 22nd of Sept. for the purpose of
rganizing. The society was called to
rder by Miss Scarborough, who made
. short taik giviug us some idea of the
work of our society. Tbe time of the
irst meeting was taken up with the
~lecion of officers. Trhe three highest
fficers. President, Vice President and
secretary were elected by ballot. The
ninor oficees were filled by nomination.
[he election resulted as follows:
President, Jack Levy, Vice Presi
lent. Martha Jenkinson, Secretary,
'urman Bradham, Treasurer, Edwin
ohnson, Senior Critic and Reporter,
va Dollard, Junior Critic and Re
orter, Joe Thomas. The society then
adjourned to meet Oct. (6.
Bear theThe Kind You llave Always Bought
W. C. T. U. Delegates Take Notice.
All delegates and visitors to W. C.
. U. Convention at Johnston can se
ure reduced rates from all points in
the State apply to your Railroad agent
for certificate: pay full fare going.
Reduced rates returning will not ap
ly unless there are fifty or more dele
ates holding properly~ receipted cer
tificates of the standard form. in attend
ace at the meeting, and the return
rate will be one third first class fare
plus twenty five cents." Be sure you
see your agent and apply for certificate
etitling you to reduced rates.
MRS. L. B. HAYNES.
Pres. S. C. W. C. T. U.
The Girdle of Old
Howell quotes as familiar a Freneh
proverb, "Il a quitte sa ceinture" (He
has given up his girdle), which inti
mated as much as if he had become
bankrupt or had all his estate forfeit
ed, it being the ancient law of France
that when any man upon some offense
had the penalty of confiscation inflict
ed upon him "he used before the tribu
nal to give up his girdle, implying
thereby that the girdle held everything
that belonged to a man's estate, as his
budget of money and writings, the
keys of his house, with his sword, dag
ger and gloves." The fact that the gir
de was used as a purse had much to
do with Its importance in general ap
preiation. We have an English prov
erb confirma.tory of this appreciation.
It Is said, "Ungirt, unblest," and that
it was In very common use Is clar
from the frequency with which the
phase occurs In old out of the way
rhe Furniture MIan. Levi Bloek. tfj
Nastmau's Kodaks and Sipples For j
saic by The Capers Drug Coipany.
I lant Wood's tested and truC Wheat
Seed. The R. B. Lorvea Drug Store.
Easumian's Kodaks and Supplies for
sale by The Capers Drug Company.
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Eastman's Kodaks and Supplies for
sale by The Capers Drug Company.
Eastman's Kodaks and Supplies for
sale by The Capers Druz Company.
Seed Rye and Red Lust Proof -Seed
Oats. Legg & Hlutchinson.
We have a laree stock of New Bug
gies. Wagons. Barness. Ridding Sad
dies. Whips, Winter Buggy Robes. Ne t'.
Prices low down for cash or will sell on
easy terms. Legg & Hutchinson.
LOST -On last Wednesdav between 1
THE TIMES olice and the residence of
Mr. C. W. Snyder. ladies' double-ease
gold watch. Suitable reward if left at .
this oflice, or for information leading
to recovery of same.
Wanted-By Chicago Manufacturing
House. person of trus-tworthiness and
somewhat familiar with local territory
as assistant in branch office. Salary $18
paid weekly. Permanent position. No
investment required. Previous expe
rience not essential to engaging. Ad
dress. Manager Branches, Como Block,
The tax books are now open for the
collection of Town taxes. Office open
every afternoon from 3 o'clock till 5:30
o'clock pay your taxes early, and avoid
the rush near the close of term.
E. J. BROWNE,
Clerk and Treas.
$20,000 Stock of Goods to be Sold Out, Com
mencing Friday, October 13th.
On account of making a change in
our Mercantile Department at Alcolu,
we have decided to commence Friday,
October 13th, and reduce our stock of
Dry Goods, Notions. Clothing, Shoes,
Hats, Caps. Men's Furnishings, Crock
ery, Glass and Tin Ware at greatly re
duced prices; also a large line of House
and Kitchen Furniture and Groceries
at reduced prices.
D. W. ALDERMAN & SONS CO.,
By D. C. SHAW.
To 10y Friends And Patrons.
The great Week of Bargains is being
held at Summerton this week. A reve
lation to all economical shoppers.
There is no reason in the wide world
why this special business sale should
not prove a great success for all of -
Summerton's enterprising merchants.
It has proven a success and it warrants
the step I propose to take, to have just 1H
such a special sale for my store in Man
ning, Oct. 30 to Nov. 4.
My store is complete with all the
latest furniture for every part of the
house. New ideas in parlor and bed
room suits, dining room sets and odd
pieces of every description. The prices
we are running now are the lowest you
have ever heard of on such qualities of
goods. But when the Special Bargain
Week comes on, you want to be among
the very first to pluck the ripe bar
A point to be remember is that we
buy our furniture direct from the 4
makers and in very large lots so that
we save you every unnecessary part ofI
costs and you get the best goods at the4
very least possible prices. Another
thing is that you can buy here on easy 4
Keep your eye on our adver-tisements
and look out for the advance notice.
[t will be a week of great money say
ing to everybody who wishes to proper
ly .ad economically furnish their home.
If you need furniture now, come here
ad buy it. We have on sale right
now some of the best values we have
aver known and you'll save money
Watch our advertisements. Remem
ber the date, October 30th to Novem
S. L. KRASNOFE,
Manning, S. C.
. .THE. .
R. B. L.ORYEA DRUC ST RET
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Prop., Ti
Sign of the .. . Golden Mortar, T1
Bieg to inform their many friends and custom- T
ers that they are prepared to supply their wants
with their accustomed celerity.
We carry a full and complete line in every de
partmnent of the
and every attention is shown to the wtants. of T
their customers. j
For Xany Yearsz
We have endeavored to give the very best at
tention to our customers' wants, and feel that Cl
we have succeeded. ci
Our stock of
is complete in every particular and every arid
any demand can be supplied.
WVhen in aced of PURE~ DRUGS and MEDI
CINES call on us and we can give you gcneral
MAIL ORDERS receive our careful and im
mediate attention on day of receipt.
We hope for your kind patronage which for:
yers we have earnestiv striven to merit.
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Proprietor,
sigrn or' the
MANNINO, S. C.
- 'PHONE NO. 2
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Then if fire comes you will be saved
many a worry and
MANY A DOLLAR. d
In this age of the world when the e
protection of a good Fire fnsurance
Policy costs so little, and the risk of
fire is so great, it is simply poor busi
ness to go uninsured.
I C. R. SPROT T.
g Can You Read Well
E By Lamplight?
The long winter evenings afford
ample time for reading if the eyes will
Lamplight brings ouit the eye weak
nesses. if your eyes smart, buirn, or
if you get drowsy while reading. there
is serious eye strain.
You need glasses, or if you now
wear glasses. you need new ind prop
erly fitted ones.
M Spectacles and Eyeglasses
Rhame's Drug Store,
SUMMERTON. S. C.
Rhame's Drug Store.
I Send Mail Orders,
For any Medicines you need. to
Rhame's Drug Store,
SUMMERTON. S. C.
Store 'Phone No. 12. ReSidenoe 'Phone No. -9.
iome Rare Bargains
-act No. 1-Two hundred acres near Workman, $ C. 150 cleared, 50 it
woodland; 9-room house. $1,600-a bargain.
act No. 3-Sixteen acres; C0 acres nuder cnltivation; 4-room house, tw<
at No. 4-Seveteen and-a-half acres. in a high state of cultivation
rtvell located; 2 mile fromn Suiamerton.ersabu10acsclrd
200 can be; 3 houses, 3 wells; ;31 miles from Summerton, 2 miles frorn
Davis Station, on new road from Summnerton to lanning. S20 pel
rat No. 9-west, baace tenimehouse, 4 rooms. S50 per aere; one
half cash, balance on time. This place every foot cleared and
good roomy house, between Summerton and Davis Station.
raet 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
Wwant everybod whocomes to Summerton during Summerton'
rgain Week to call at our office and let us show them over town and in
dentally interest them in a nice building lot. We are now" offering som
ioie lots on good terms. Write 'us for further information.
Summerton, S. C.
MA NNING, S. C.,
The undersigned have determined to give the tobacco grow
es a first class competing market, where they can get the advan
ges of full market prices for their prc duct.
We have the advantage of being practical tobacco men, 11
Lose touch with tobacco manufacturers. We have one of the bes
hted warehouses in the State, thus making the tobacco show t<
est advantage, and will give our personal attention to every pil1
f toba-ccoo placed upon our floors. We are equipped with a num
er of expert graders from Virginia, affording the best of facih
es for grading and storing tobacco at moderate cost. Insuranet
od 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 sel
our tobacco for the highest market price.
We have no salaried drummers, and instead we shall use th<
rummer's salar'; in making the farmers' tobacco bring the high
~t mrke prce. Ver~y respectfully.
W. H. McGUIRE, Prop. and Mgr.
J. G. SLAUGHTER, Assistant.
-C. M. MASON, Auctioneer.
J. P. MOORE, Floor Manager.
J S. PLOWDEN, Bookkeeper.
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antee of quality.
WAITING FOR YOU
% to come in and see the New Hats,
John B. Stetson and Gibson Hats,
both soft and stiff. Come in and see
them, and while yop are here we'll
be glad to show you the, best $3.50
and $4.00 Shoo in the world,
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