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MANNING, S. C.. NOV. 1. 1905.
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.
W. E. JENKINSON Co.
Big Sale This Week and Next Week of Furn
itare, Sh)es, Clothing, Ladies' Jackets
$5,00A) all kinds of Furniture and
House Furnishing Goods at prices that
must and will command the attention
of cash buyers.
Nice Popular Beds. (omplete. at
Nice Popular Red Room Suits at
$8.50. Oak Bed Room Suits. Plate
Glass Mirrors, at $12.50 per suit.
$10.000 of Gent's., Youths' and Chil
dren's Clothing and Gent's Furnishings
at prices that every man and boy should
see before buying their fall and winter
88,000 Mens', Ladies and Children's
Shoes, at prices that must command
the attention of those who need Shoes.
They tit well. they wear well, they
look well-that's all.
W. E. JENKINSON CO.
Mr. Ben H. Harvin spent yesterday
Manning sold more tobacco this sea
son than ever before.
Miss Mayine Harvin has returned
from a visit to Hamer.
Col. W. F. Early of Darling:on spent
yesterday in Manning.
Mr. C. K. Rabb has returned from a
business trip to Winnsboro.
We want our correspondents to get
busy now and send us news.
Quite a party from Manning went to
the Baptist Union at New Zion Sunday
on the Alcolu excursion train.
Died in Manning last Wednesday
night. Sallie, the 15 months old daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. White. Jr.
Mr. Leland Moore, of the Leland
Moore Paint and Oil Company of
Charleston, spent last Friday in Man
The Town Council made a good start
towards cleaning up thestreets. but the
mule and scavengercart are still taking
the rest cure.
A telephone message reacbed here
about 3 o'clock, p. m. that Mr. Sam
Robert Epps committed suicide in
Those that attended the State fair
from hereabonts came back full, of
praises for the management of the
When you see a merchant in the blues
because business is dull tackle him with
a roll of bills and he will surrender to
you in short order.
A telegram reached here yesterday
calling Mrs, H. W. Mims to the dying
bedside of her mother, Mrs. B. F.
Thompson, at Elloree.
The protracted meeting at the Meth
odist church is attracting large congre
gations. Rev. J. G. Beckwith of Flor
ence is assisting the pastor.
The Clark warehouse is rapidly filling
up with cotton that is being stored for
higher 'prices. There ought to be a
warehouse at every shipping point.
The supreme court gave .out, last
Monday a denial for a rehearing in the
caee of the State against Geo. W. Mur
ray, and this mea~ns that Murray must
serve his sentence.
The bird hunters are now at liberty
to shoot the feathery tribe, and the
first one that brings a string of pat
ridges tothe editor shall be proclaimed
a "jolly-good-fellow." Now get busy.
Mr. James M. Windham has accepted
the agency of the Eartford Life Insur
ance Company, one of the best in the
United States, and one of the few mnsur
ance companies not connected with
Died in Sumter last Sunday, Mr. E.
A. Lowry, aged 48 years. The deceas
ed at one time lived in Manning, and
edited the Clarendon Enterprise. He
was a man of quiet, modest, manners,
and, well thought of.
Hon. Joseph F. Rhame and Captain
W. C. Davis were in attendance upon
the court in Sumter last Monday to
argue motions for new trials in the
cases against the Northwestern Rail
Those interested in the study of hog
ology will be pleased to learn that Mr.
W. T. P. Sprott proprietor of the For
eston Jersey stock farm, won three
prizes for his "Duroc-Jersey" pigs at
the State fair.
Died at her home near Pinew~ood on
the 18th, inst.. Mrs. Pauline Broad way
wife of Mr. Ben P. Broadway, aged
about 45 years. The deceased was a
most estimable woman and beloved by
all who knew her.
The friends of Mr. R. E. Smiley, of
New Zion, will regret to learn that he
is very ill with typhoid fever. Miss
Barringer, a trained nurse, is assisting
Dr. Mood in attending him. We hope
he will soon recover.
Henry Tindal, a once prominent
negro, but who could not stand tempta
tion, and was sent to a United States
penitentiary, this morning committed
a rape upon a eleven year-old girl, at
Paxville, and skipped.
There is to be a double marriage this
evening near Jor~dan. Messrs. William
Holladay and Smith Holladay, two
brothers, are to marry two sisters,
daughters of Mr. I. N. Tobias. Rev.
S. D. Bailey will tie the knot.
George WV. Mfurray, the convicted
ex-congressman from Sumter, has made
disposition of his vast property inter
ests, so that in event that he must go
to prison or serve on the chaingang,
his business affairs will continue run
Died in Charleston yesterday morn
ing, Mrs. Agnes Thomas, wife of Mr.
Stephen Thomas. Jr. The deceased
was a sister-in-law of Mrs. W. S. Har
v'in of this town. Mr. and Mrs. W. S.
Harvin are in Charleston to attend the
In directing attention to the adver
tisement of S. L. Krasnoff, we will say
thatthis concern is the mecca now for
housekeepers. Krasnoff certainly has
a most complete and up-to-date estab
lishment, and his prices are as low as
any market in the State. You will
miss it if you do not inspect Krasnoff's
We are informed that the Carnival
Company is coming, and since they will
come against the protest of many citi
zens, and are forbidden the use of the
court house square, would it not be a
good idea to scatter the attractions by
pitching a tent in each Councilman's
front yard and the remainig tents on
the sidewalks in front of the business
houses, the merry-gto-round on Jfenkim
I v send off for clothing when right
in Manning a manorboy'can buy a
complete outtit from C. M. Davis & Co.,
the clothiers and gents' furnishers?
This concern also has a splendid stock
of gents', ladies', misses' and children's
shoes. and for the life of us we do not
see any necessity to send elsewhere
when we hava in our own town a splen
did cloti iig house and haberdashery.
Let Mr. .1. D. Gerald. the m1anaer
show you his fall line.
"When You're in Doubt, Lead Tramps."
Dr. King's medicines are prescribed
by doctors. Do you know any other
thev recommend ?
A complete line kept by Dr. W. E.
Brown & Co.
There will be a Hot Supper at Green
oek school lbouse, November 10th. for
the purpose of raising funds to buy
desks and other paraphernlia for school
equipment. There will be barbacue,
oysters and everything to gratify the
inner man, and Miss Lottie DuBose,
the principal, will be pleased to have a
large turnout. Why, THE TIMES edi
tor was even invited to attend with a
pocketbook full of money, as though
such a thing were possible.
A Thousand Dollars Worth of Good.
A. H. Thurnes, a well known coal
operator of Buffalo, Ohio, writes: "I
have been affected with kidney and
bladder trouble for years, passing gravel
and stones with excrrciating pain. I
got no relief frm medicine until I began
taking Foley's Kidney Cure, then the
result was surprising. A few doses
started the brickdust like tine stones,
and now I hava no pain across my kid
nevs and I feel like a new man. It has
done me $1,000 worth of good." The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Lor
Wanted to know what become of a
pocketbook containing a sum of money
to be used in painting the city of Co
lumbia a beautiful red during the State
fair: anyone able to furnish this infor
mation will have an attentive listener
in Col. John I. Brogdon, a prominent
citizen living in the vicinity of Ora
ham's church, near Brogdon, who
when he discovered his pocketbook
had taken a sneak, found himself in
need of a parrot that had been raised
by a sailor.
A Creeping Death.
Blood poison creeps up towards the
heart, causing death. J. E. Stearns,
Belle Plaine, Minn., writes that a friend
dreadfulLy injured his band, which
swelled up like blood poisoning. Buck
len's Arnica Salve drew out the poison,
healed the wound and saved his life.
Best in the world for burns and sores.
25c. at The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
This town is large enough, with a
revenue beg enough, to have a salaried
Mayor, and superintendent of streets,
whose whole time shall be given to
building up and keeping clean the
streets and drains. The streets and
drains of a town of this size cannot be
properly looked after by a policeman,
because if that officer does his full
duty he will have his hands fall. The
Mayor should receive compensation,
and then be held te a full and proper
discharge of his duties. The people do
not mind paying taxes if they feel they
are getting their money's worth.
Lost Their Grips.
S. T. Johnson thought himself a goner
when grippe took hold of him last fall.
A 25c. bottle of Dr. King's Wild Cherry
and Tar made it turn loose.
Dr. King's Wild Cherry and Tar is a
great La Grippe Medicine, and seems
to cure all who take it.
FORT MILL NFG. CO.
Fort Mill, S. C.
Tastes good, and sold by Dr. W. E.
Brown & Co.
We direct attention to the advertise
ment of the Argyle Hotel* Company of
Charleston. Tbis popular hostelry has
changed its plans from the American to
the European - a long-felt want, im
Charleston. Under the present plan,
parties can secure rooms without board
or board without rooms. The cafe at
tachment will be kept up to the highest
order of merit, and at a moderate cost
the very nicest of meals can be pro
cured. The sleeping apartment of this
hotel contains excellent rooms, and
cleanliness is the greatest consideration.
Parties going from this section can
always feel at home at the Argyle.
Letter To S. M. Youmans.
Dear Sir: It's the same every where:
can't guess little enough.
Mr. C. 0. Brown, Columbia, S. C.,
employed an experienced painter, to
paint his house. The painter on seeing
the quantity sent to the house-Devoe
-said there wasn't enough. There
were ten gallons left, when the job was
It's the common experience.
F. W. DEVOE & Co.
County Treasurer Bowman asks us
to urge the taxpayers to come forward
and pay their taxes in order to prevent
embarssments in the free school dis
tricts. The money in these districts
is running low, and unless the people
pay up. there may be a closing of some
ofthe schools. And besides this, the
treasurer at present has but few col
lections comning, the people putting off
until the last moment and then rash
him very hard, and very frequently he
is unable with his force to serve in the
last days of the collecting, the great
crowds that press upon him. He there
fore urges that the taxpayers to come in
and avoid this crowding.
Cleared for Action.
When the body is cleared for action
by Dr. King's New Life Pills, you can
tell it by the bloom of health on the
cheeks, the bri~htness of the eyes, the
firmness of the flesh and muscles, the
buoyancy of the mind. Try tfiem. At
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store, 25 cents.
An annonymouis note sent to the edi
tor of THE TIMES asking that he give
an expression of his views upon the
question, "whether an editor must ad
here to a principle, or can he be a free
lance and ignore principle?" As a rule,
we pay no attention to annonymous
notes, prefering to know who it is that
is communicating with us, but in this
case we will deviate far enough to say,
the question propounded to us is one,
that at this time, and under present
circumstances we do not care to argue,
as in our opinion, it refers to a matter
of difference between those we are not
interested in, and therefore we prefer
they shall settle their own troubles
without our counsel. We are conduct
ing THE TIME~S, and doing our best to
make a success of it, and it keeps us
Cheap Excursion to Charleston, S. C., Ac
count of Charleston Gala Week.
The Atlantic Coast Line takes plea
Lsure in announcing rate of one first class
a re plus twenty-five cents toCharles
Iton, S. C., account of Charleston Gala
IWeek. Tickets on sale November 4th
to 10th inclusive and for t.ains arriving
in Charleston before noon November
11th, final return Jimit November 13th.
For further information apply to near
est ticket agent or communicate with
W. J. Craig, General Passenger Agent,
Help the Cause.
In response to our call for aid to the
Southern Cotton Growers Associatiou,
Messrs. D. B. Davis, J. W. Broadway
and S. A. Hunter of St. Paul paid to us
one dollar each. This is the first money
we have received for the purpose. and
we hope it will not be the last. Now is
the time for all the fariers
to show whether or not. they appreciate
,the efforts beintr made for them, and
the little mite asked of tnem should be
forthcoming without any urging.
If some one would go among the peo
ple to collect these contributions Clar
endon would send in her share in short
order, but there is no one, except the
appointed township collectors, and they
do not seem to be willing to spare the
time. Ve have offerred to receive
any contributions and to ackuowledge
the same through these columns. Clar
endon county sliould contribute not less
than i500 to help President IE. D.
Smith carry on the tight he has so
nobly waged. He cannot fight without
ammunition, and in this war the ammu
nition needed is money. Every man,
white and black is enlisted in this great
struggle, and we must stand by our
Every farmer, merchant and banker
should take an interest in collectingsub
scriptions for this fund and we urge a
hearty response to this appeal for aid.
The association's treasury is exhausted,
and we know that unless the people
come forvard and give help the work
can't go on. The question to determine
is, shall our leaders be starved into sub
mission, or shall they be sustained and
strengthened to continue the war?
The plan to collect this money
through township collectors has proven
a failure, and in order that this county
will be enabled to do her duty, we
again ask that contributions be sent
direct to us, and we will acknowledge
them through these columns. We want
by the next issue of THE TIMES to
publish a nice list of contributions, and
if the merchants of Manning, Summer
ton, Pinewood, St. Paul, Paxville, Alco
lu, Foreston, Turbeville, New Zion,and
other places will get a move on them
we will succeed in sending to the asso
ciation a nice sum of money.
There is another class of citizens
who should give a practical demonstra
tion of their affections for the people.
We mean that class who are always
in the limelight during a political cain
paign, the men who want and receive
political honors. they should be very
active in securing and giving contri
butions for this great cause. Let the
farmers of Clarendon watch THE
TIMES and see which of the political
aspirants are found missing from the
contributors to the fund to aid the Cot
ton Growers' Association to force
the price of cotton up.
New Zion Dots.
Special to The Manning Times.
Miss Annie Chandler of Bethlehem
has charge of the Gibbon school.
Miss Minnie Turbeville and Dr.
Hagood Woods passed through here
enroute to the fair.
Mr. Sam Chandler of this place at
tended the fair last week.
Mr, W. D. Gamble spent a few days
last week in Charleston.
Mr. T. J. Gibbons is proclaiming
glad tidings to his friends-a young
Gibbonite has made his appearance in
Mr. Jasper Turbeville is building a
store at Turbeville.
Mr. S. C. Turbeville is erecting a
large new store at Turbeville.
A union meeting was held at the
Salem Baptist church last Saturday
attended by brethren from Sumter, Al
colu and Manning. B.
Former citizen of Manning Victim of a Ter
Camden, October 30.-Special: Mr.
W. C. Rough, superintendent of the
Camden Press .Brick Company, met
with an accident on Saturday night
which may cost him his right eye.
When he went home, on Saturday
night, he was complaining with his
eye, atC asked Mrs. Rough to pour
some eye wash in it. but, unfortunately
Mrs. Hough, instead of picking up the
eye wash, picked up a bottle of carbolic
acid and poured that in his eye. A
physician was called in immediately as
soon as the mistake was discovered, but
Mr. Rough has suffered agonies with
his eye, and it is feared that the sight
has been destroyed.
Honor Roll of Greenock School.
Mattie Ridgeway, Daisy Rawlinson,
Ruth Galloway. Susan Graham and
James Presslev Barron.
ID~TTIE C. DUBOSE, Teacher.
A Better Way.
Cynic (savngely,-They say the rd
onable mother of today recognizes i;-t
bby only by looking at the nure!
Fashionable Mother (unnmovedi - how
extraordinarily clever when one
changes nurses so often! I always tell
ours by the baby carriage.
4J There is no specific for
consumption. Fresh air, ex
ercise, nourishing food and
Scott's Emulsion will come
pretty near curing it, if there
is anything to build on. Mil
lions of people throughout the
world are living and in good
health on one lung
9 From time immemorial the
doctors prescribed cod liver
oil for consumption. Of
course the patient could not
take it in its old form, hence
it did very little good. They
and tolerate it for a long
time. There is no oil, not
excepting butter, so easily
digested and absorbed by the
system as cod liver oil in the
form of Scott's Emulsion,
and that is the reason it is so
helpful in consumption where
its use must be continuous.
4j We will send you a
qJ Be sure that this -
picture in the form of
a label is on the wrap
per of every bottle of.
Emulsion you buy.
Scott & Bowne --
409 Pearl Street -d :
The Furniture Man. Levi Block. tf]
Plant Wood's tested and true Wheat
Seed. The R. B. Lorvea Drug Store.
Get vour Wood frorn 1-Z. L. Bell's
Novelties and Faucv Noveltieus and
Toys in abundanuc at S. 1. Venning''s.
Wood's Wheat Seed is the lst.
The R. 1. Loryea Drug Store.
Eastman's Kodaks at S. R. Venning's
Jewelry and Novelty Store, from 51. to
A great chance to buy a line milch
cow. Read the nd. of Wi. Graham.
Sumter, S. C.
S. P.. Venning is selling ;the cele
brted ;3. Laughlin Fountain Pen with
14 karot point for $1. t f.
Go to S. R. Vennings Jewlery and
Novelty Store for Cut Glass and Sterl
ing Silverware. Be has a beautiful
For Sale-Duroc-Jersey Pigs, all
from Prize Winners: I now have seven
Prize Winners in my herd. Foreston
Jersey Stock Farm, W. T. P. Sprott,
Wanted-By Chicago Manufacturing
House, person of trustworthiness and
somewhat familiar with local territory
%s assistant in branch office. Salary $18
j-zid 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.
The Oil Mill will Run.
To My Friends and Patrons of the Man
ning Oil Mill:
I am glad to be able to announce
that I have leased the Manning Oil
Mill from the Trustees of the Indepen
dent Cotton Oil Co. and will operate it
on my own account the present season.
I take this opportunity to thank you
for the support and patronage you gave
me while I had charge of the mill for
the Independent Cottod Oil Co. and to
ask for a continuance of your support
and patronage in the future.
Yours very truly,
C. R. SPROTT.
$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.
I. C. Ingram land containing 190,
cres on public road I! miles from Man
ning. On the place is a seven room
dwelling in fair state of preservation
and good out buildings, also two tenant
settlements, i of place cleared and
balance in native forest. Dwelling
surrounded by fine grove of oaks and
magnolias. This is an ideal place for
a good healthy place to farm and in
easy reach of market, schools and
churches, giving advantage of living in
country with conveniences of town.
Price $5000. Apply to Wade Stack
bouse, Dillon, S. C.
The John H. Sparks Shows.
A show with a national reputation
will visit Manning Thursday Nov. 2nd.
and give performances afternoon and
evening. The Sparks show is a clean,
high class exhibition, with acts and
features of such startling excellence
that it stands in a class by itself. Such
costly features as the great Werntz
Family of eight, the Dillsworths, six in
number, the French troupe Du Reil
Mendoza, the Erskine 'Sisters, the
Milanese Brothers, &c., are certainly
unequalled. The trained animal acts
include "Mary," the monster educated
elephant, "Romeo," the performing
lion, the largest in captivity, "Cyclone"
the comedy mule, "Alice," the talking
horse, and hundreds of others, all theI
best that money can secure. There will
be a splendid street parade at 10 a. m.
Bear the TheKind You Hava Always Bought
Makes Kidneys and Bladder Bight
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
Digests what you eat.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
By .James M. Windbam. Esq'. Probate
WHEREAS. James F. Strange made
Hsuit to me. to grant him Let-'
ters of Administration of the estate
of and effects of Daicho E. Strange.
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said Dalcho E.
Strange, deceased, that they be and ap
pear before me, in the Court of Pro
bate, to be held at Manning on the 9th
day of November next after publication
thereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
to show cause, if any they hax e, why
the said administration should not be
Given under my hand, this 21th day
of October. A. D. 1905.
JAMES M. WINDHAM.
[SEAL.] Judge of Probate.
Then if fire comes you will be saved
many a worry and
MANY A DOLLAR.
In this age of the world when the
protection of a good Fire Insurance
Policy costs so little, and the risk of
fire is so great, it is simply poor busi
ness to go uninsured.I
C- R- SPROTT.
TO BE SOLD
At Wm. Graham's Stables,
Sumter, S. C.,
SATURDAY, NOV. 4, 1904
This I will consist of extra good milkers, and
all well b. ed and good and gentle, with young
This is a rare chance to get what you want, as
all these cows will be sold to the high dollar and
will be as nice a bunch as ever offered on this
Sale Begins at 11 O'clock. Rain or Shine,
and the cows will be on exhibition after Thursday,
November 2nd, 1905.
J. W. Ferguson, Auctioneer.
We are in our new quarters at the same
ld stand, next to Jenkinson's, where we are
prepared to fill all orders for
- We will be glad to see you and "figger"
>n any bill of Groceries you may need, and
feel assu rd we can satisfy you both in qual
ty and price.
The Manning rocery Co.
Some Rare Bargains
Tracty do 1-Tw ;-hundred acres near Workman S C.; 150 cleared, 50 in
Trat No. 3-Sixteen acres; 00 acres under cultivation; 4-room house, two
rat No 4es4venteen and-a-half acres, in a high state of cultivation;
Tract No 7-Tw hded; and sfoSsixty-four acres; about 100 acres cleared,
20 ca be;3 houses, 3vvells; 3~ milesufrom Summerton, 2 miles rom
Trat No. 9-Tweastb are;o tetiouse, 4 rooms. $50 per aere; one
oal dcrshybalaneebeon time.Ti erplace ev ery footateleared and a
cleatreea early fll ecan be; :oo new rohouse, 2 porches; 2room ten
We want ev erybod who .omes to Summnerton during Summerton's
agi ekt esl at our omce and let us show them over tow andin
choice lots on good terms. Write us for further information.
Summerton, S. C.
Storing and Insuring Cotton.
If you are holding cotton,
store it in CLARK'S Ware
house. I store and insure
for 85 cents per bale for first
month; 25 cents for each
month or fractional part
I guarantee the best of
R. D. CLARK, Proprietor.
WATEDn-50 Bushels Pas. Highest Prices Paid.
q For Men and Womens' apparel means satisfaction at a
moderate figure. Beyond a certain price you are waste
a ing money. You are paying extra profits. We have the
M good to suit you and we are satistied that the prices are
a right. A visit to our store and a careful inspection of
our stock will convince you that we have
The Right Goods
at the right price. Come and see. Don't be fooled by 3
m the warm weather that we are having for it will be cold :
and you will need heavie. wraps. Better come in and let.
us show you through our line of Ladies'
Cloaks, Jackets and Furs
We have the largest and most complete line in
Manning and we are positive that we can make you a
closer price than you can get anywhere els6. Come see .
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You need something more than light summer clohe
these crisp mornings. Better come in here and let. us- ft
you out with a fall suit and maybe a top coat too. We-ire.
showing some beautiful things this year. All
THE NEW STYES
from Schloss Bros.& Co., the quality makers. Don't be
misled, buy a Crawford Shoe and Stetson or Gibson Hat
if you want satisfaction at moderate :figures.2
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