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CHC aniuo 0ime-5.
1ANNING. S. C., MAY 9, 1906.
Publishes All County and Town Of
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for aj
change of ad. MUST be in
this office by Saturday Noon in order to
insure publication the following week.
What the Cash will do.
Nice Figured Lawns at 3jc yard.
Nice Oak Bed Room Suits at .15. per
Yard-wide Black Homespun at 7ic
Ien's All-wool nice Spring Suits at
8K.50, worth 810. Nice Spring SuitsI
for men at $3.50, worth $5.
Ten Thousand yards Remnants that
will be sold at cost.
Ladies, the most choice and select
line of Oxford Ties ever shown in Man
ning is now on sale at very close vrices
for the cash.
Ladies, if you need a nice pair of Ox
fords now is your time to get them
Don't forget that we have a large
stock of furniture. on hand and. we sell
very cheap for the cash or will sell you
on easy terms part cash and balance
Come to see us. We want your trade
and we will make it profitable to trade
W. E. JENKINSON CO.
Read Dr. Carson's card in this issue.
Base ball is warming up in "Manning
Mr. L. D. Player spent Sunday in
Miss Sibyl Odiorne is visiting in
Ir. Alja Hawkins has returned home
Mr. W. E. Jenkinson spent Sunday
J. A. Weinberg, Esq., spent last Sun
day in Sumter.
Mr. Willie Burgess of Sumter spent
Monday in town.
Mr. Julian Weinberg of Camden was
in town Monday.
Ladies read the notice of 'Mrs. S. 'M.
Sprott in this issue.
Dr. Keith Howle is at home from the
Atlanta Dental College.
Mrs. W. T. Sellers returned to her
home at Fort Mill yesterday.
Dr. Neville of Clinton filled the
Presbyterian pulpit last Sunday.
Several couples enjoyed a fish fry at
Tindal's Mill last Friday evening.
The Enterprise school at DuRant
held its closing exercising last Friday.
Rev. J. 0. Gough preached the bac
calaurate sermon of the Mullins school
The closing exercises of the Greely
ville graded school take place Monday
evening, 14th. instant.
Mliss Kitty Martin, compositor on
*The Sentinel, is visiting in Columbia
-and Clinton -this week.
The residence of M1r. J. J. Nettles
:near Alcolu came near being destroyed
by fire from a defective flue a few days
Married at tne home of M1r. J. T
Brogdon last Thursday by Rev. A. N.
Tolar, Mr. W. Hugh Creecy and Mi1ss
Died last Monday at .her home_ near
Davis Cross Roads, Mrs. Sallie Dingle,
relict of the late R. R. Dingle, and
mother of Messrs. Selwyn and J. R.
The managers and representatives of
the different towns in the South Caro
lina State League will meet in Sumter
on the 15th inst., to draw up a constitu
tion and by-laws and arrange a schedule
for the league.
---The Pine Grove graded school, of
which Prof. J. A. Roland is Principal,
and Misses McEachern and Tasco Tur
beville are assistants, will have its clos
ing exercises on the evening of the
18th, and morning of the 19th insts.
The teachers have put forth every ef
fort to provide a good program. The
closing address will be delivered on the
morning of the 19th, after which there
will be a picnic.
Harry Benbow camp U. C. V. met in
the court house last Saturday. Cap
tain D. J. Bradham presided in uni
form of confederate grey. The atten
dance was not very large. It is a busy
season with the average veteran, and
he is trying to take aidvantage of the
favorable plow time. Quite a number
of those present signified their inten
tion to attend the reunion at Columbia,
beginning on the 16th inst., and take
advantage of the hospitality offered by
the people of Columbia. Captain Brad
ham told them that he did not think it
would be necessary to ask for contri
butions to help pay the way to Colum
bia. as the fare would be very light,
not exceeding $1.25 round trip, and af
ter they reached Columbia they would
be entertained free. He expressea a
wish for a large turnout, and promised
to try to get the railroad to furnish a
special car as heretofore.
It is now in order for those who feel
the responsibility of saving the coun
try to come forward and make the same
known. The cost compared to the im
portance is comparatively small. We
only charge 85 for a candidates card,
and it matters not who he is, this $5
must be paid, and that in advance be
fore the card aipears in these columns.
The county convention has been held.
and the people are craning their necks
to see wflo thley will have to vote
for in the primary. It is a sign of list
lessness when the candidates column
is not filled, and as far as wve are con
cerned we would be glad to fill a page
with the names of these patriots at $5
per head. Now is the golden oppor
tunity gentlemen, and never was your
coin of the realm more needed. Step
up lively, have your cards inserted. it
matters not whether it is "at the so
licitation of many friends"' or "the
ring,'or of y our own volition the $5. will
be just as acceptable. Rlemember the
laggard is at a disadvantage.
Knights of Pythias.
Clarendon lodge Knights of Pythias
No i5, elected the following officers
Louis Appelt Senior Past Chancellor.
J. Y. Jackson Junior" '
S. C. O'Bryan, C. C.
F. E. Bradham, V. C.
S. M1. Youmans, Prelate.
J1. A. Cole. M1. of W-.
J1. F. Geiger, K. of Rt. S.
WV. E. Selby, M1. of F.
Leon Weinberg, 31. of Ex.
JT. WV. Rigby. 31. of A.
T1. M1. Wells, I. G.
F. B. Mlofiet, 0. G.
Acting district deputy grand chan
cellor L. I.Parrott of Sumter was pres
ent and installed the oficers, as sooz:
as the lodge equip~ment arrives Claren
don lodge will be ready for work and
the prospects are that it will be pros
The Fewer Clubs the More DelegateS-10.
The County Democratic Convention
assembled in the court house last Mon
day morning. The weather was bad
and a number of the regularly elected
delegates were absent, but others were
filled in their places. The White and
Silver clubs had no delegates at all.
Before the convention assembled there
was a caucus on the matter of selecting
ai count chairman, and Captain W. C.
Davis, who has filled that office the
past two years, declined to stand for
County Chairman Davis called the
convention to order, and ifter the pre
liminary organization was effected he
and M1ajor A. J. 1ichbourg were unan
imously selected president and secre
tary respectively, of the body. The
chair then announced that the first
thing in order was to elect a county
chairman. Mijor A. J. tichbourg and
Louis Aopelt were put in nomination,
a number of sieeches seconding the
nomination of Siajor Richbourg were
made: the speakers were Dr. I. M.
Woods, J. M. Woods, Harvey Mitchum,
and W. T. Touchberry. it was easily
seen from the jump that Major Rich
bouru, who is a very popular man and
an old soldier, would win. The ballot
resulted. Richbourg,. 8: Appelt. 33.
When the chairman announced the re
sult Major Richbourg thanked the con
vention in a very feeling manner, and
when he concluded his speech, Mr. Ap
pelt asked the privilege of thanking
his friends for the compliment paid
him by their votes, and offered his
aid to the newir elected chairman
to assist him at anytime he desired his
Hon. C. M. Davis was -chosen State
Executive Committeeman without op
There was quite a discussion over
the matter of electing delegates to the
State convention. Some wanted a com
mittee to select the delegates, but a
motion to nominate from the floor and
elect by ballot prevailed. Mr. Harvey
Mitchum wanted those nominated for
delegates to make their positions
known on the "issues now agitating
the minds of the people," but after
some speech-making this motion wds
tabled, and the nominations resulted
in 25 men being nominated. of, which
the following eight were elected: W.
C. Davis, C. M. Davis. D. M. Bradham.
.J. H. Lesesne. J. M. Woods, J. S. Wil
son, E. R liowden, D. L. Green.
- A resolution offered by T. H. Ridge
way, and seconded by Dr. I. M. Woods,
endorsing M. C. Galiuchat for Con
gress was voted down. It was stated
that there might be more than one
candidate for Congress from this
The .following is the executive com
Alcolu, A. H. Reese: Clarendon. L I.
Bagnal: Cross Roads, J. R. Dingle:
Doctor Swamp, I. N. Tobias: Davis
Station, G. R. Jones; Douglas, D. L.
Green: Fork, J. 'M. Montgomery: Ful
ton, P M. Salley: Foreston, C. M. Ma
son: Foreston Reform. J. E. Richbourg;
Farmers' Platform, F. E. Bradham:
Gibbons Mil, H. P. Gibbons; Har
mony. R. E. Thompson: Jordan, T. M.
Davis: Midway, S. W. Mcintosh: Man
ning, W. E. Brown: New Town, G. T.
Worsham: New Zion, I. M. Woods:
Paxville. J. E. Tindal: Panola, C. R.
Felder: Pinewodd. P. B. Hodge; Sum
merton, A. J. Richbourg.
The base ball artists from Summer
ton came to Manning last Thursday,
and what they did for the ball tossers
of this town was worse than a red-head
ed woman does to a step child-it was
awful, and yet the M1anning boys were
helpless and had to take their wallup
with smiles upon thtir sweatty faces.
It was all Sum merton's way from the
beginning. Belsar in the box. proved
himself a fierce proposition and Man
ning could not hit him~and this is real
y the whole story of the worst fall
down of the season. Odiorne, Man
ning's pitcher, was unwell and had
pitched the day before, he undertook
to work in the first inning, but he sirn
ply could not make good, and Summer
ton hammered him easy After the
first inning, Iseman went into the box
for Manning, and for one who has had
no practice he did remarkably well.
The only score Manning made was a
ball struck by Geo. Odiorne which
went over the fence and gave him~a
home run. Had it not been for this
lucky hit our home team would have
been left where Moses was when the
light went out.
The following is the line up and
Dickson c. Belser
Brouthers 1st b. Glaze
Odiorne G. 3rd b. Belser E.
Odiorne J. 2nd b. Glaze H.
Appelt 1. f. Nelson.
Iseman p. Belser.
Barron s s. Cantey.
McLeod r. f. Davis.
Till c. f. Matthis.
Score i to 1 in Summerton's favor.
The ladies of Manning are requested
to meet at thie Institute next Friday
afternoon, at 5 o'clock, for the purpose
of c'onsidering the proposition to estab
ish in this town a charity hospita
where the needy can receive medica
attention. This is a worthy object
which should appeal to every woman
and I hope that at the meeting ther
will be a full attendance of all creed
NRS. S. M., SPROTT.
Honor Roll of Greenock School.
Mary Lee Graham. Ruth Galloway
Daisy ~Rawlinson, Pearl Rawlinson
Atha Galloway and Clarence Graham
LOTOIE C. DUBOSE, Teacher.
A Sad Loss to Clarendon.
Pine wood May 9, 1906. Special ti
THE MANNING TIMES: Dr. N. D. Mur
ray of this town died last night in Bal
timore. Funeral in - Oiggeburg to
morrow. .... &g~aPESON.
Class A, 896.00.
Bradham, Thomas A, Manning.
Chewning, James D.
Class B. 872.'4.
Hobbs, W H H, New Zion.
Jeffords, J J, Alcolu.
Robinson. H E, Seloc.
Strange, John P, Manning.
Class C, No. 1, $48.OQ.
Ba ne, JToh n H, Foreston.
Bell l A. Davis Station.
-Evns, lID, New lion.
Uenboc, H L, Davis Station.
lod. T P, Turbe'ille. -
Ioge. J C, Manning. -.
Kiton, S W, Gretville.
1ideway R'Ieuben, lanning.
T obas~ , 1 R. ores.ton.
Class. C, 'No. 2, $1.8~>.
Baw~ick, J Xl Pinew'ood
Baker, J W.
1a nal, J N. MaLnning.
b- ron.I J J, uter.
e er James F, Nautning.
Bion. John A. Manning.
Brnoc. \Y J, Manning.
Brower, J X. Mannring.
ryant, b , Dais Station.
Biuu, Ic hard b, Summlerton.
CoeI-' X. B 1ethlehemi.
C handler, A H D, Manning.
Dri'ggers; P B, Ma nning.
Dvon, D C. Nannmne.
IDuBoe, C C, Manlning.
vans ,SH D, New/Zion.
Flo'vd. Jepthia ,Sandv Groge.
ritlin, H M, Manning.
eddings, W XW, P-axville.
reen. E J. New Zion.
Green, J L, Turbeville.
Green, W L, Turbeville.
Griffin, J W. Paxville.
Geddings, R .1, Pinewood.
Green, R W, Turbeville.
Grooms. G W, Sandy Grove.
Haley, Isaac A, Foreston.
Hodge, J W, Manning.
Hickman, W W, Turbeville.
Hodge. J E, Foreston
Jones. T W, Manniug.
Johnson, Daniel, Foreston.
Lee. A C, Manning.
Lowder, H L, Manning.
Lowder, J J, Foreston.
McElveen, T S, Turbeville.
Morris. J E, Foreston.
Nelson. r M. manning.
Plowden. G W. Jordan.
Parker, Samuel. Jordan.
Plowden, s M, Manning.
Pack. R R, Alcolu.
Reese, A H. AIlcolu.
Richbourg. R N, Davis Station.
1 'oberson. Ellerson, Seloc.
lhodus, G W, Foreston.
Roberson, Thomas R, Seloc.
Reardon, John J, Mouzon.
Strange, Harvey. Manning.
Strange, J W, Manning.
Stukes. J X, Manning.
Vick, Xilliam, Silver.
Tindal, J B, Davis Station.
Welch, J J. Turbeville.
White, J B, Ianning.
Ward, John A, Manning.
West. W H. Manning.
Welch, John, Seloc.
Waiker, James B, Darlington.
Class C. No. 3, $48.00.
Cantey, A E.
Burgess, M E. Manninz.
Frierson, Harriett R, Slanning.
Gowdy, Isabella. Seloc.
Gardrner, S J, Jordan.
Gibbons, Susan R, Seloc.
Hudson, H E, Rimini.
Nelson, S A, Manning.
Ridgeway. Mary E, Foreston.
Stone, Doily. Paxville.
Stukes, Frances C, Jordan.
Timmons, Rebecca, Manning.
Wise, Mary E. Manning.
Williams, S C, Manning.
Class C, No. 4, $18.85.
Bochett, Ann E, Manning.
Ard, Leonora, Jordan.
Barwick, M A, Jordan.
Barrineau, S L, M1anning.
Boyce, Sarah H, Seloc.
Beard, Emily, Seloc.
Belk Malissa, Manning.
Burns. Verline. Workman.
Chewning. F E. Felder.
Clowney. M M, Turbeville.
Coker, Margaret A, Seloc.
Childers, E V, Jordan.
Cobia, H M A, Manning.
Clary, Mary J, Alcol U.
Corbett, M R F, St. Paul.
Corbett, Margaret, St. Paul.
Driggers, Trucy T, Alcolu.
DuBose, Mary Ann, New Zion.
Emanuel, K T. Manning.
Evans, Dolly D, New Zion.
Fann, Arena, Alcolu.
Geddings, T A, Paxville.
Gibbons, M C, New Zion.
Gibbons, Rebecca, New Zion.
Hardy, R M, New Zion.
Haley, Charity A, Jordan.
-Holaday, Fannie, Manning.
Hudson, Sarah R, Manning.
Huggins, Ellen, Manning.
Johnson, Margaret, New Zion.
Johnson, S E, Manning.
Kolb, Kezziah, Paxville.
Kolb, Mary, Paxville.
Kelly, Martha S, Summerton.
Lowder. T C., Wilson.
Lewis, Mary J. Manning.
McLeod, Mary, Manning.
Mellette, Mary, Davis Station.
Osban. S A, Seloc.
Pack, S E, Alcolu.
Pack, W L, Manning.
Rhodus, Mary L, Manning.
Richardson, M A, Summerton.
Richbourg, Ann, Mlanning.
Richbourg, Carrie, Foreston.
Rloberson, Maria M, Seloc.
Sports, Ellen C, Davis Station.
Timmons, H T, Paxville.
Tobias, M L, Manning.
Tindal. Caroline, Manning.
Tucker, D E, Foreston.
Welch, Isabella, Seloc.
Wilder, Margaret, Bethlehem.
Welch, Sarah A, Turbeville.
Best for Women and Children.
On aceount of its mild action and
leasant taste Orine Laxative Frail
Svrup is especially recommended foi
women and children. It does not nau
seate or gripe like pills and ordinary
cathartics. Orino Laxative Fruit Syrui
aids digestion and stimulates the hive1
and bowels without irritating them
Remember the name ORINO and re
fuse substitutes. The Arant Co. Drus
Store, successor to The R. B. Loryer
Salt Bricks for stock, 10 cents a
Rhame's Drug Store.
Chiclets-"Really delightful." Fo:
sale at Rhame's.Drug Store.
For Sale-150 or 200 bushels Seet
Peas. J. XW. McLeod. [32-2t.
For sale-132 acres of land inNev
Zion township 2-horse farm cleared
artesian well, 4-room dwelling, barn
and stables and two tobacco barns. Ap
ply to this office.
Lost-Between T HE MANNING TIME
office and Mr. J. W. Kennedy's resi
dence, a gold shirt waiste pin in th'
shape of a wreath and set with si.
pearls. A suitable reward if left at TE
Wanted-By Chicago wholesale ani
mail order house, assistant manage
(man or woman) for this county and ad
joining territory. Salary $20 and es
penses paid weekly: expense money ac
vanced. Worked pleasant: positio1
permanent. No investment or expei
lence required. Spare time valuabk
Write at once for full particulars an
enclose self-addressed envelope.
Superintendent. 132 Lake St., Chi
Notice to Creditors
All persous having claims agains
the estate of Rleese Bradley, deceasec
will present them duly attested, an
those owing said estate will make pa)
ARCHIIE I. BARRON.
Clerk of Court,
Mlanning, S. C .,May 8, 1906.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLUNI
IBy James M. Windham. Esq., Probat
WE1iEAS. C. Smith Land ma~
Isuit to me. to grant him Letters<
Administration with the XWill annexe<
~f the estate of and effects of Mar
J. Land, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and a<
monish all and singular the kindre
and creditors of the said Mary
Lad,. deceased, that they be an
appear before me, in the Court of Pr<
bate, to be held at Manning on the 24t
day of Mlay next after publicatic
thereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenooi
to show cause, if any they have, wb
the said administration should not I
SGiven under my hand, this 5th da
of ay, A. D. 190g.
[SEAL.] .TAMES M. WINDHAM,
Judge of Probate.
StoLtEYM10h nd YelTM
For County Supervisor.
WE THE FRIENDS OF C. L. JAME
hereby present his name to the voters 0
Clarendon County as a candidate for the offe
of County Supervisor. Subject to the ruies 01
the Democratic party. MANY FRIENDS.
IANNOUNCE MYSELF A CANDIDATE FO
County Supervisor subject to to the actior
of the Democratic Primary. McFADDIN.
C. A[fTEX mrcPAD.
TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF CLAR
I hereby announce myself a candidate for thE
once of County Supervisor of Clarendon Count3
subject to the iules of the Democratic party.
R. E. %IcFADDIN, JR.
For County Auditor.
T HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for Auditur of Clarendon County. sub
ject to the rules of the Democratic Primary.
ANDREW P. BURGESS.
HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate fur the office of County Auditor, pledg
inamyseif to abide the result of the Demo.
E. 13. BROWN.
Dr. E. M. Carson,
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
Pursuant to an order from the CountN
Board of Education, dated April 18,
1906, we, the undersigned, do herebN'
give notice that an election will be
held at Mill Branch School House,
near Mr. John G. Plowdeu's residence,
on Thursday, May 24th, 1906, for the
purpose giving the qualified elector
and taxpayers in Harmony School Dis
trict, No. 13, the privilege of voting on
the question of a special tax levy o'
three mills to suppliment other taxes
for school purposes in said school dis
F.. R. PLOWDEN,
T. 0. PLOWDEN.
W. 1. HUDNA L,
Notice of Election.
Pursuant to an order from the Coun
ty Board of Education. dated .May the
Sth, 19o6, we. the undersigned,do here
by give notice that an election will be
held at Trinity X Roads, on 'uesday,
May the 22nd, 1906. For the purpose
of giving the qualified electors, and
taxpayers in Trinity School District
No. 27, the privilege of voting on the
question of a special tax levy of three
(3) mills to suplement other taxes, for
school purposes in said district-Polls
to open at 8 o'clock A. M. and close at
4 o'clock P. M.
J. E. KELLY,
Trustees W. P. EMANUEL,
E. E. HODGE.
Notice Of Election.
Pursuant to an order from the coun
ty Board of Education of Clarendon
county, dated May 7th, 1906. We, the
undersigned, do hereby give notice
that an election will be held at Jordan
Saturday, May 26, 1906, for the pur
pose of giving the qualified electors
and tax payers of Santee school dis
trict, No. 5, the privilege of voting on
the question of a special tax levy of
three mills to supplement other taxes
for school purposesin said school dis
W. T. Sprott,
Trustees- T M. Davis,
J3. 0. Graham.
May 8th, 1906.
I have opened up a Laundry in the
town of Manning and solicit your work
I am an expert in the business, and
guarantee all Laundry entrusted to me
I am located in the building uext to the
OATARRH CURED AT HOMI
Trial Treament of Dr. Blosser's catarrh
- Remedy Free to Sufferers.
If you have catarrh of the nose. throat.:.
lungs, if you are -ponstantly spitting, blowin
the nose, have stopped up feeling, head noisei
deafness, asthma, bronchitis or weak lung!
you can cure yourself at home by a remedy
simple that even a child can use it.
It will cost you only a postal card to get,
liberal free trial package of. Dr. Blosser
wonderful remedy. It is sent by mail to ever
interested sufferer. Certainly no offer could t
The full treatment is not expensive. A pact
age containing enough to last one 'whole mont
will be sent by mail for $1.00.
A postal card with your name and addres
sent to H. R. BOGER. Manning. S. C.. will brir
you by return mail the free trial treatme'nt an
an interesting booklet, so that you can at onc
begin to cure yourself privately at home.
Mouzon & Rigby
SFancy Groceries, Fruits, Etc.
SVEGETABLES IN SEASON.
Always on hand a fresh, clean lin
rof Staple and Fancy Groceries, Car
ned Goods, etc. WVe supply other'
tables, why not yours?9
Give us your orders for anythin
Sin the Grocery line. We fill and d<
-liver all orders promptly.
We have recently added to our lin
Have you been to see the wonde:
ful bargains on this countre for 10c
5 you haven't, come in now and l(
us show you some of the greatei
bargains for 10 cents ever brought t
- Yours for business,
Mouzon & Rigby
BARRED FLYMOUTH ROCKS.
1 have a tine strain of BaLrred Plymouth Roe
and if you desire tO improve your poultry y.
-will do' well to purchase a setting of eggs frc
my pure-bred fowls.
Price per setting $1.
W. P- HAWKINS.
S. L. KRASNOFF. Undertaker,
J. W. I1ERIOT, Ftneral Director.
Open day and night to meet the demands of the needy. Our Un
dertaking Establishment is complete in every respect. We carry
Coffins from $2.00 to $25.00: Caskets from $10.00 to $300., finished and
draped in the most artistic manner. We have Hearses for both white 4
r: and colored people.
Residences, halls, rooms and contents disinfected by the most ap
r proved methods of modern science, destroying all contagious and in
fectious germs of every nature.
rlanning, S. C.
HATS and CAPS
We Strive to
Summerton, S. C.
E Have on hand a nice lot of Horses and Mules,
which must be sold between this and the 1st of
April, and we are receiving for our spring trade
one Carload of the celebrated
This is the best Buggy that has ever been sold on this market.
Come while they are fresh and select one for beauty and comfort,
as well as durability. We are also receiving
and will be able to satisfy all purchasers who will place their trade with us.
Also, a fine as'sortment of Oni and Two-horse Wagons, made by the Hackney
and Piedmont people, the best manufacturers in the South. Also full line of
Harness, Double and Single, Slip Gear for wagons; Collars, Bridles, Whips,
etc. We thank the people for their liberal trade to us in the past, and will en
deavor to act so in the future as to maintaiu their confidence and support.
W. P. Hawkins & Co.
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AstJrs.Gos ht GoodsLEbodereC.
I T HE GOODSE
See yourself that they are the right goods at the
SWHITE GOODS, NOTIONS, UNDERWEAR,
8 DRESS GOODS, HOSIERY, LINENS,
SWASH GOODS, SILKS. ETC,, ETC.
Plain and fancy White Goods, 5c, 8 1-3c, 10c, 12 1-2c, ~~a
S15c, to 25c the yard. Dress Goods, Phantom Checks. at a
S25c the yard. You will like it the minute you see it. Spec- 3
i al attention is called to some Crepe Chiffon we are show
ing at 25c the yard. See it. .n
WALSH GOODS. We are prepared to show you the
Slargest and best line of Wash Goods for 10c. and 12 1 2c. 3
Sin Manning. and they are Dependable.
A full and complete line of Notions. For Nosiery,
Syou stand in them, we stand back of them. Lace Hose
Sin Black, White, Tans, Eton, 10c, 12 1-2c, and 25c. the
* pair *
SILKS. We show only the best and its lower in
Sprice than some that is not as good. Price starts 25c. the
Syard, up to $1.50.
UNDERWEAR. We fit the purse as well as the
~Ebody. Ladie's Bleached Ribbed Vests, excellent quality,
SDeep lace yoke, tape in neck, fancy lace armholes, only -. -
10lc; others at 12 1-2c, and 25c; sizes, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9.
LINENS. White Linen, Brown Linen, Table Linen,
at lower prices than elsewhere.
GENERAL. Money talks; yours will cry aloud for -
Sjoy if you bring it to our store. A little goes so far.
Ready-Made Suits, of
STaylor-Made merit. If ...-~
SSCHLOSS is on the label
Syou are safe. We have -.
DE VEE Shoes for
SMen; Stephen Putney's
S"Swell Dom" for Ladies;
Sboth Low and High Cuts.
SEE THE White Ox
Sfords, both Children's
Sand Ladies'. What you
see may not always be
Swhat you want, but when *~
you see our Goods you -
Swill be sure towaitthem. C
a.at the prices we name. .
We place on exhibition today an unusually elaborate sele
tion of specially designed Hats, expressive of the verylatest style
ideas from New York. All of the Hats are exclusive in style
each having the distinctive individuality and artistic beauty re
quired for and superbly adopted to the Summer occasion.
The Hats represent the highest art and skill of the best
Milliner, in closest touch with Paris. The collection is unusually
broad in variety, each Hat being distinctlydifferent from the other
New Hats for Men.
for Summer from 50c. to $4.
Now, sir, your Spring Suit is here, and Spring Shoes and
Oxfords, a new stock justgot in of the latest styles.
Ladies' Waists from $1. to $2.50. Belts, Gilt and Silver. 25c
to 50c. All the
Latest Styles in Wash Goods
on hand. Embroidery of all prices, from c. to 35c.
We have abig lot of Men's Pants at any price you want.
Give us a call.
Yours for business,
NEXT TO POSTOFFICE, MANNING, S. C
To The Public:
Twenty-five years ago, last December, the undersigned as a boy of 11 years became aze
any chaf e ocurru-. Twenty-five yearag there were1 whte families lvnin Summeton
During the past three years 18 nice dwellings for whites have been built, and toda 11 others are
n o the tN Ty there are about 0 plces of buiness, com occudeine no tre
rooms. Four years ago there was not a brick building in the town, today there are 14 brick
stre anFheobidn, n ric bank.n'
soeTwenty-fie yer aothere wa mail twice a week. brought by star route. and at times by
a one-legged negro, an old gray horse and sulkyv. Then, one had to go to Sumter or Gourdins If he
wanted to travel by rail. Old rail-worm fences were all over the town. an one of th. he
sports was to drag an old fox hide over town, and put the dogs on the trail, get on the side of the
road and see which dog would cross first.
Twenty-five years ago a room 20 by 40 constituted the school house, occupied by the school
during the school months and by a Iock of goats in the summer. In this school room. all that
Iwas left of the famous academy presided over by Retv. Mr shomas. a motsiae clady th
ao, SaLl S ho.iws four yeslae. thttsaiaifrbte sho aiiiscliae
ese11 or Itros our e ervice ofir. J. C. Lanham, and from this time interest
in a good school has risen and fallen in a degree. A bout 12 or 15 years ago an effort wasmd
looking to the establishment of a graded school. For some reason it was dropped.n 89i
was revived and Summrerton School District. No. 12 was formed and a graded scopend
Realizing the necessity of still better facili ties, the taxpayers of the district received pehmreo.
to vote on bonds for the erection or a handsome and permanent home for the schol .ditric mor
room and better facilities. The trustees have now been given authority to bondah itrc o
0 n feel qe proud of theadnce along all lines of our town. an d l th niapoe
ments neted above may seem small to strangers, yet to us and to all ol umet1an h
have watidered from home. they look truly magninicient. 4 LMRBRES
yAepe r einigt bylt a-d are getting ready to bui d in oeder be mi
reach thc -chool. We are prep ared to furmis~a great many with tor desuirers. Paces e ye
etsonable. ad while out of siht, as compare wit awe ntyf~ years ago, yet may go higher
-n we tad thise opuni frwithdrwin efrom sale the Duke's lots, hvin sold allw
'care to sell at this time. We have also sold the two and a half acre piee jut, e ad
uld- beside oteheae n Sunsra.
wol We are here to sre you, and liet e kept busy- Look-out for our "Talking Points"
bout Summerton and the country round about.
SIMERTON RE ESTATE AEN
Suitmmertonl, S. C
S u a twhe" craper," ames iing.