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MANNING. S. C.. APRIL 4.1l90(3.
Publishes All County and Town Of
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. ISUST be in
this office by Saturday Yoon in order to
insue publication the iollowing week.
Ten Thoussnd Dollars
Worth of Gents Youths Clothing and
and Gents furnishing goods must go
for the cash. The greatest line of new
spring clothing ever shown in this town
is now on display at our store. Blue
and Black Serge suits in long cut and
style may be had at our store at very
close prices for the cash. A large line
of summer sacks and vest. A tine line
of separate pants from $1.50 to 85.00 per
See our great line of Blue and Black
-Serge suits in all styles at $9, $10, $12
and $15. These styles and values can
not be matched in',this part of the State,
and inspection will convince you of this.
Ladies don't fail to attend our great
opening of Pattern Hats and Millinery
goods next week Wednesday and Thurs
day. April 11th and 12th.
W.-E. JIENKINS0N CO.
The sheriff had no sales for March
P. H. Stoll, Esq., of Kingstree spent
Sunday in Manning.
Mr. Tom McCutchon of Kingstree
spent yesterday in town.
Dr. C. W. Barron of Columbia is in
Manning visiting relatives.
Mr. B. B. Thompson of Bethlehem
spent yesterday in Manning.
Miss Etta Jacobs of Kingstree visited
Miss Hattie Bagnal this week.
Maj. H. B. Richardson of Pinewood
is visiting in Washington, D. C.
The holder of .o. 858 wins the buggy
and harness at Coffey & Rigby's.
The Social Union met last night at
the residence of Mr. C. R. Harvi.
Miss Carrie Haynesworth of Flor
ence is visiting Mrs. W. C. Davis.
There will be preaching at Live Oak
next Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
Miss Lula Steed of North Carolina is
in Manning visiting her sister Mrs. R.
The farmers asso*iation will be held
at Summerton academy next Saturday
at 11 o'clock.
Mrs. Gerald of Camden is in Man
ning, visiting the family of her son,
Mr. J. D. Gerald.
Hon. E. D. Smith will address the
Clarendon Cotton Association Saturday
14th inst. Everybody come.
The Kingstree Mail has discontinued
publication. Kingstree wasn't big
enough to support to live ne wspapers.
St. Peters lodge of Masons meet to
night. There is work, and there
should also be a good turn out. The
lodge room just had a beautiful carpet
Among those who attended divine.
service last Sunday in Oran geburg was,
our popular clerk of court. Was court
in session over there?
There will be preaching at Fellow
ship church next Sunday afternoon at
4:00 o'clock by Rev. M. .A. Connors.
Public cordially invited.
Died last Saturday night, Mrs. Ted
die Javrowe, wife of Mr. P. S. Jayrowe
aged about29years. The deceased left a
pairlof twins about 15 days old..
Our readers will forgive our not
having any space devoted to editorial
matter this week. The bazaar and
communications have monopolized our
Those interested in the white schools
in Harmony township, are requested to
meet Mr. E. R. Plowdeu at the resi
dence of Mr. J. G. Plowden Friday
afternoon at 3 o'clock.
The store of J. W. 3MeLeod has been
greatly improved by Contractor Mc
Roy. 'The addition of a clothing and
millinery department, and large plate
glass windows is an indication of hustle.
Cards are out for the coming mar
riage of Dr. Clarendon W. Barron and
Miss Marion Payne Brayton of Colum
bia, a daughter of Maj Ellery M. Brayv
ton at home, April 19th. - 1
The marriage announcement .of Dr.
John H. Hamer and Miss Salhie ir
ginia Ingram,daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
1. C. Ingrram, has been issued tp take
place in the Methodist church at Dil -
lon, April 11th.
The terrible news of Jimmie Sprott's
Billy goat eating geraniums this morn
ing went singing over .the telephone'
wires, and caused an interruption of
businesss at the Cashier's desk in the
Bank of Manning.
Mr. C. W. Pickering has accepted a
position as bookkeeper at the Bank of
Clarendon. Mr. Pickering is a very
conscientious and painstaking gentle-1
man and will prove a valuable addition
to this prosperous institution.
The town of Summnerton is contem
plating the building of a town hall,
electric lights, waterworks and having
a fire department. If it continues to
grow it will take the rest of Clarendon
to make a cabbage patch for it.
The work of adding another story to
the Bank of Manning is in the course
of preparation, and when completed
Charlton DuRant, Esq., will occupy a
suite of law offices, and Dr. J. A. Cole
a suite of rooms for dental parlors.
Senator Tillman's manifesto is a dis
appointment to those who love ginger in
their'n.' The th in g reads as if
the sen ator had be en a close
reader of the Times, and took his
ideas from our friend at Davis, who
urges the "wool hats to stand firm and
Sheriff Gamble, Policeman Clark
and J. H. Timmons, on information
they had received through a prisoner
at S1illedgeville, Ga., made a trip to
Georgia expecting to lay hold of the
notorious Bill Dixon, but the negro
supposed to be Dixon was another,
although he answered much of Dixon
The large power job press we had
expected to be running in our ottice by
now, is lying smashed up in Lhe rail
road depot, through the grossest kind
of carelessness in the loading at the
shipping point, the machine was per
mitted to roll about in the car. and its
castings are broken beyond repair. We
have taken the matter up with_ the
railroad, and in the meantime awaiting
an adjustment, we will negotiate for
another press.' This accident is a sad
disappointment to us, as well as a loss
of time and money.
Died in the Baker Intirmary in Sm
ter last night, Capt. William S. 3riggs,
aged 57 years. Tbe dlecased was pronm
inent in the Silver section- and com
manded the :onnor 'Mounted Rifies
when that company was in its prime.
The body passed through Manning this
mnorning, on isw ay to us reung5 plac
All smart.-up-t-date women of tu-day.
Know how to bake, wash. sing and to
Without these talents a wife is N. G.
Unless she takes Rocky -Mountain Tea.
W. E. Brown & Co.
The first of April is here and' the
Manning Photographer is ready with
his zrand free ofTer. An enlarged life
size pastel picture worth %3. will he
given away to each customer, he is go
ing to give away two hundred. and one
hundred is already engaged, so take
advantage of the hundred left. Read
his advertisement in this paper-27-2t.
The bazaar last week played havoc
with our news gatheriug facilities. and
it, also came in to monopolize so much
of our space that ve were forced to
leave out. editorials, and several com
munications. We beg the writers of
the communications to be patient with
us, and will get their matter out in
good shape next week.
This is the season of listlessnesshead
aches and spring disorders. Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea. is a sure preven
tative. Makes you strong and vigor
ous. 35 cents. Tea or Tablets. W. E.
Brown & Co.
The Paxville school closed last Fri
day, on account we understand, of a
lack of public funds. The dispensary
fund is supposed to furnish the -oublic
schools with a large amount of money
and here in a prosperous section of a
dispensary county a public school
closes in March for a lack of money.
There must be something wrong
somewhere, and the citizens of that
school district should see after it.
D. M. Bradbam.
P. B. Mouzon.
J. W. Rigby.
J. F. Dickson.
E. S. Ervin.
E. L. Wilkins.
Jno. W. Heriot.
The above suggestion was handed in
to this otfce with request for publica
tion. The town election comes off
next Monday and it is -'everybody's
privilege," as we recently heard an old
politician say, to vote.
A Badly Bnrned Girl
r boy, man or woman, is quickly out
of pain if Bucklen's Arnica Salve is ap
plied promptly. G. J. Welch, of Tekon
sha, Mich., says: "I use it in my family
for cuts, sores and all skin injuries, and
find it perfect." Quickeet Pile cure
known.*Best healing salve made. .25c
at. The Arant Co. Drug Store, succes
sors to The R: B. Loryea Drug Store.
A Warning to All Holders of Spot Cotton.
Fellow-Farmers of Clarendon Countv:
The last and final report of the ginners puts
the crop of 1905-6 at 10.000.000 bales. after de
ducting round bales. linters and the .average
weight per bale of previous years. This infor
mation with the farmers holding the balance k
of their crop has brought consternation to the
exprters and spinners as it shows at least a I
million and a half bales less than what will be
needed for actual consumption this year. jud: -
ing by last years' consumption and with out
standing contracts by the mills to de.iver goods.
Farmers. if you will only realize the situation
and hold to your cotton you are certain to ,et
the 15 cents as asked for by the Association.
They are writing to spot holders, and drivor'
nl over the county,. usin;: every method of argu
ment to buy ev'ery bale that is in sight. They
argue that 15 cent cotton is not possible. that
the farmers are not going to stick out for 1.5
ents cotton. I am glad to say I believc the
farmers will stick. and so sure as- they hold out .
cents cotton is a sirr'ity. JTudging from my
bseftion and that of the executive commit
tee of this couuty I am quite sure the farmers
are determined to hold and to reduce until the
ight is won. Frilow-Farmers. this is the most
critical time since the formation of the asso
It is impossible for me to get over the county
as fast as three well paid cotton buyers. But I
advise you to hold every bale of cotton for .1a
cents and turn mione loose for less, and the vic
tory, which means so much for the South is
then won. Listen to no, argument that will get
from you your cotton. Stick out for 15 cents.
and swing to every bale with a death-like grip.
Watch their movements and you will be con
vinced that the time is now here for the light
to the finmsh. '- E. D. HoDGE.
President Clarendon Association
This salve is intended especially for
sore nipples, burns, frost bites,chapped
hands, itching piles, chronic sore eyes,
granulated eve lids, old chronic sores
and for diseases of the skin, such as
tetter, salt rheum, rign worm. scald I
bead, berpes barbers' itch, scabies. or'
itch and eczema. It has met with un
paralleled success in the treatment of
these diseases. Price 25 cents per box.
Try it. For sale by The Arant Co.Drtug
Stre, successors to The R. B. Loryea
When a woman tells you she will be
ready in a minute. she doesn't say
The woman with a past, is always
glad to see a man with a present.
A defectiv-e hammock has caused
many fond lovers to fall out.
The American heiress prlefer's an hieir
in a castle to a catstle in the air.
When a telephone girl br'eaks heri
engagement its a case of "ring ogf.
Both the bt'ide and groom may be
timid yet they alwvays stand tip for thieir
Love is the birth of an illtusion and
marriage is the death of it.
Adam's footprint is the ir-st i'ace
track on record.
Women are more forgiving than men:
but men even things ill by being more
Some w'omen get red in the face from
modesty, some from anger. and some
from the druggist.
The tissues of the throat'are
inflamed and ir r ita te d; you
cough, and there is more irrita
tion-more coughing. You take
a cough mixture and it eases the
rrtaton-for a whi1g. You take
and it cures - tkre co7'J. That's
what is necessary. It soothes the
throat because' it reduces the
rrtaton ; cures the cold because
it drves out the inflammation;
builds up the weakened tissues
be-cause it nourishes them back
to their natural strength. That's
how Scott's Emulsion deals with
a re~ throat, a coughl, a cold,~
v/E'LL SEND YOU
A SAX:PLE FREE.
iSpey-TT BOW1GE 401) Pearl Stre
Wait for The lutual's 11 and 12.
Meet your friends at The Mutual on
11 and 12th.
Don't forget to rviim ber i 1w u "d itual
it for les,
i 'ou buty you.r iat, from The Mlutual
ou pay less for it.
iarg-ain hunters van find what. theyM
want at The Mutual.
The Mutual can sell you the same
goods for less. try 'em.
Have you seen the lot of Sample
0ats at half prieat The l' utual.
YOU c1n Meet your1 friends at. The
M utial's opeiniig 11 and 12. Wait and
e our hat'.
Never before will you have such a
:bance at fine Hats as you -vill at The
Mtual's Opening 11 and 12.
We know that we are offering the
>iggest. best and cheapest line of Eim
roideries in Manning. .Mutual Dry
Wanted-' y Chicago wholesale and
rtail order house, assistant manager
man or woman) for this county and ad
oining territory. Salary :20 and' ex
>enses paid weekly: expense money ad
anced. Worked pleasant: position
iermanent. No investment or exper
enee required. Spare time valuable.
Vrite at once for full particulars aid
nclose self-addressed envelope.
Superintendent. 132 Lake St., Chi
WE THE FRIEND. OF C. L. JAMES
hereby present his name to the voters of
7larendon County as a candidate for the office
if County Supervisor. Subject to the ruics of
he Democratic party. MANY FRIENDS.
ST AT EME NT
OF THE NONDITWN oF THE
BANK OF MANNING
A.T T HE Cr1sE )r e17NEss
MARCH :31, 1000O(.
ians and discounts.........244.214 14
Leal estate and furniture ... G.139 26
.ash on hand and amount
iue us by other banks.... 273,384 56
apital stock............ 40.000 00
~e-discounts ..... ..... ... 351.44 99
'urplu:s Fund............... 35.000 00
..................... 11. 155 82
)eposits.................... 136.437 35
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
L, JOSiPH SPROTT. Cashier of The
3ank Manning. do solemly swear that
he above statement is true to the best
>f my knowledge and belief.
Sworn to before me this 31st day of
Jarch. A. D. 1906.
[L. S.~ P. B. MOUzON,
Notary Public for S. (.
J1. W. McLEOD.
WV. E. B3ROWN.
Wouzon & Rigby,
Fancy Groceries, Fruits, Etc.
VEGETABLES IN SEASON.
Always on hand a fresha, clean line
f Staple and Fancy Groceries, Can
ied Goods, etc. We supply others'
ables, why not yours?
Give us your orders for anything
n the Grocery line. We fill and de
iver all orders promptly.
We ha ve recently added to our line
H avie you been to see the w'onder
'uh bargains on this countre for 10c.'
5 vonl haven't, come in now and let
s ~show you some of the greatest
>argains for 10 cents ever brought to
Yours for business.
Mouzon & Righy.
-Off ic.e .'n Farmers and I
CHAS. A. SMITH......-.
2.[ CROSS.... ..
'C~RD I. MAINNING....
R. B. SCARBOROUGH ....
Insure Your Crops J
We insure your Tobacco for
.. " Truck for ..
-- -Small grain:
The cost of this insurance is
-vestment that you have at risk.
(2 he~? premniumf to be charged
()prcent. of the amount of insu:
considerably more isk, the premi1
ayThe losses 1~ not be pro ra
das after proof ofloss has been fi
paid soonee-in case the loss is adjt
*ie shall undeltake to have
*State but you need not wait for an
sir'e toinsure, you can write to the
.of the crop desired insured ,givi ng
be forwiarded to you, which, whei
pased upon faviorably, a policy I
. ou promptly by return mail.
Address all communications
CAROLUNA HAILl INI
Se our Agent, JAMES 3
'T A 'E M EN '
of the condition of iIe
Bank of Suimerton
A T TE .s 'IgJNs
March 31, 1906.
L~oans and disulnts.$.....103,514 7
Real estate. safe and lixtuies. 3.280 s2
Cash on hand and due by
banks ........ ...... .... ,79 32
LI.\ I3 L i T I1'S.
Capital stock.................'25.000 00
Bills )ayabl... .... ........ 45.o00 00
Surplus and undivided prolits.
net........................ 7.045 57
Deposits ................ .... .33.529 35
STATE OF SOUTH C.\!OLI N.\.
corN-ry 'r CI.A:FNIx IN.
1. JOHN W. LESERN:,. Cashier of
Bank of Summerton. do solemnly swear
that the above statement is titie and
correct to the best of my knowledge
JNO. W. L ES ESNE.
Sworn to before mie, this 31st day of
March. A. D. 1906.
[L. S'] RICHARD B. SMYnHI.
Notary Public for S. C.
C. M. DAVIS,
1.ICHARD B. SMYTH.
T. S. ROCAN.
S T A T E M E N T
of the condition of the
Bank of Clarendon,
MANNING. S. C.,
at the close of business
.MAIRCH :31 1 000.
Loans and discountis ......... . 91,65 30
Furniture and fixtures...... 1,438 53
Cash on hand and due by
other banks............... 13.043 S4
Capital stock ............ 25,000 00
Surplus and undivided profits 5.600 27
Re-discounts and Bills Pay
able...... ................. 23,500 00'
Deposits subject to check... 52.247 40
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
I, J. T. Stukes, cashier of the above
named bank do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true and correct to
the best of my knowledge and belief.
J. T. STUKES.
Sworn to before me this 31st day of
March, A. D. 1906.
J. A. WEINBERG,
Notary Public for S. C.
.T. A. WEINBERG.
S. A. RIGBY,
FRANK P. ERVIN,
BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS.
I have a tine strain of Barred Plymouth Rocks
and if you desire to improve your poultry you
will do well to purchase a settin:z of eggs from
my pure-bred fowls.
Pric per settinrt $1.
J. F. DICKSON.
- Cores scalp dissesa &hair inning.
MARION, S. C.
[erchants Bank Buziding.
...............Marion, S. C~
...... .........M ullins, S. C.
.......... ....Marion, S. C.
......Timmionsville, S. 0.
...............Marion, S. C.
..............Sumter, S. C.
...............Marion, S. C.
..............Conway, S. C.
..............Marion, S. C.
.......... .....100 Per Acre.
............ . $ . 100 "
;for ............8 100 "
... ... ... ... ... 30 "
small in comparison with the in
on all crops, except tobacco, is two
ance. On tobacco, where there is
im is only three (3) per cent.
ed but paid in full within sixty
led at thie home ottice. or may be
sted in a shorter time.
Agents in every County in the
Agent to approach you, if you de
home otlice, giving a description
references. and an application will
received with the premium, if
l1 be made up and forwarded to
[. WINDHAM, Manning, S.
FREE TO OUR CUSTOMERS.
For 30 days only, April 1st to May 1st, I will give
away an Enlarged, Life size Picture, worth $3.98, free.
Don't fail to take advantage of this grand opportunity. It
is merely an honest offer, and a chance for you to get
a $3.98 Pastel of your baby or some member of your
family free. Remember, the enlarged picture cost you
IlGive It Away Free i
with every half-dozen Cabinet Photos. I do this in order
to get in as much work as possible before I go to the Isle
Now friends, don't miss this opportunity. It is a
chance of alife time.
Yours for Good Work.
Go to Strauss-Rogan Co.'s for
That "Nobby" Hat,
That "Neat and Natty" Suit.
Your orders appreciated at
Summerton, S. C.,
~J. *L. McLEODi
Successor to J. W. McLEOD,
TILL'S OLD SAEND.
Levi Block, - - j~INS.C 0
A e eayWer God that
Ahn fg ev Wne oodsfo tha es mut of
Come to Our Store.~
Our buyer has returned from the
Northern markets where he bought
a carefully selected Stock of
We aveblededbeaty nd ua--0
We have atented bsuyaqalese t
wrap tou bundse estoen r
T et Gods. u stock iTe svs aringo
One hfate Catet Soresin the~
wtape yUrbndeu an-ndrelo
The Goods SelltThemselvessy
~2 lTJENiKIINSUN CO.'S
GRAND SPRING PIm
Pattera ats and
Wednesday and Thursday,
APRIL 11 and 1.2
We will also show the
5 most complete line of
-. SMUSS GOODS. iD
5 ever shown in this town
in the spring of the year.
5 we will also have on dis- 2
play a general line of
Shirts, Collars and Cuffs, '
Neckwear, and Gen s
1 Furnishing Goods. Now 9
remember the days and
dates, Wednesday ad
APRIL II AND 12, 1906.
The Dukes Lots Now Ready for Sale
This area covers a space of about 10 acres,, laid off in streets and lots,
right in the heart of the town. Convenient to churehes, school, depot, and busi- -
aes section. Can please you in a lot facing most any way. This is the chance
ou hav e been waiting for: don't wait longer. There is a tide in the affairs of
T HEN ON TH IS:
A new lot of lots up on Sunrise Terrace. We will show you where -they
are. Of course, you find it hard to meet up with the progress of the town.
These lots will so-step right up and take your choice.
T HEN ON TF-HIS:
A fine two-story residegee, 8 rooms, wvell supplied with piazzas, plenty of
shade and outhouses;' about 3 acres in the lot. A splendid omilding lot on each
side of dwelling can be sold.
AND ON T HIS:
Two and a hlf acres on Main Street, suitable for anyithing, but specially
adopted for nice re'idences. We are going to sell this to the first manwbo will
to buy a nice farm of 150 acres. near this towe. If you liavs one that you
will sell, let us have it. We would like to get more farming lands listed, m -
quiries are coming in and we want to do business for our friends.
to get in touch with those who will have property to sell. There is going
to be some business done this year if cotton. sells for 15 cents, and some if it
sells for 5 cents. Yours truly,
SUYMRTON REAL ESTATE AGINGY
Suimmerton, S. C.
You will find us still in the James Building from 9 to 12, a. in., every day
OPENING AYS IN SPRING MLUNERY.
We announce the formal "First view" Days in Spring Mil
linery for Wednesday and Thursday,
No Lady ever come to one of our Millinery Openings with
out being glad of it. We promise you, the reader of this, if you
are a women, that you will find Hats here that will pay you for
coming, whatever the distance, even if you do no more then look
around the room and take notes of Hat effects for future use.
Our Milliner, Miss Jeanett, Mallalieui, of Baltimore, is with
us for this season. Our leadership in Millinery is perfectly well
recognized y hundreds of Ladies in Clarendon county. We ex
pt y-oui'to jhge by it and have it prepared accordingly. Our
is better than ev~er. We ask your attendance and your judgment.
Don't forget the dates(Wendnesday and Thursday,
KAPRIL 11 AND 12. 1906.
Yours for business,
IEXT TO POSTOFFICE. MANNING, S. C.
P. S.-We issue no cards, because we do not wish to miss
ayone. This store is a store for the people, you who read thia