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MANNING. S. C., AUGUST S. 1906.
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.
ig Red Letter Sale No. 2.
W. E. Jenkinson Co. having had
such phenominal success in July with
there Big Red Letter Sale they have
been tempted to pull off another Big
Red Letter Sale opening on Aug. 16,
running for 10 days. The success we
have had with our other sale has in
duced us to make bigger efforts in this
Red Letter Sale No. 2. and we want
the people to know that this will in
many ways be the greatest sale we
have ever had in the way of big bar
gains in all summer stuff. We will
also make some flattering inducements
of a lot of early fall stuff. So my friends
save up your mony for this big event.
And remember the date and remember
it will begin August 16. Store will be
closed Wednesday Aug. 15 to arrange
the stock for this great bargain event.
W. E. JENKINSON CO.
Mr. W. E. James of Darlington was
in town last Friday.
Mr. L:R. McIntosh spent Monday in
Charleston on business.
Mr. L. H. Harvin left this morning
for Hendersonville, N. C.
We have not heard as yet the result
cf last Saturday's caucus.
Mr. C. E. Wilkins is spending his
vacation on Sullivan's Island.
Rev. J. M. Holladay and family have
taken their summer trip to Virginia.
Do not allow foolish prejudice to in
fluence y6u,. Vote as your best judge
Mr. Gerald of Camden is in Manning
visiting his son Mr. J. D. Gerald.
Mrs. M. K. Jeffords of Orangeburg is
visiting the family of Mr. A. I. Barron.
Rev. A. N. Brunson and family are
spending a few weeks with relatives at
Mr. T. C. Owens is announced for re
election to the office of County Super
Rev. G. T. Grrsham, formerly of this
town, now living .at Elonia spent Mon
day night in Manning.
Mr. and Mrs. J.'L. Wilson have re
turned home from their trip to Green
ville and Socioty Hill.
Prof. G. T. Pugh, representing the
Columbia Female College, is in Man
ning, where he has many friends.
Mr. O. C. Scarborough of Summer
ton, is announced in this issue as a can
didate for House of Representatives.
The tobacco barn belonging to Mr.
Pressley McKnight, near Workman,
was burned last Saturday morning.
There will be no preaching at Fel
lowship next Sunday, on account of the
pastor being away on his vacation.
The large job press for this office has
arrived, at the depot, and we sincerely
hope it can be installed without any
Miss Mayme Harvin has returned
from Dovesville, where she attended
the marriage of her .brother Mr. - Le
This is one election~ that manhood
should assert itself. It is a poor man
indeed who will permit a politician to
barter away his vote.
Dont fail to read Jenkinson's Big
Red Letter Sale advertisement in this
issue. Jenkinson is determined to in
duce trade to his store, at any price.
Capt. W. C. Davis and wife sailed
from Charleston last Saturday for New
York, and from there they will make
an extenssive trip through the North:.'
There is absolutely no doubt that if
certain politicians are .permitted to
have their own way, the slated ticket
will misrepresent Clarendon in the
next General Assembly.
Died at Allendale July 31st, Jessie,
daughter of Rev, and Mrs. J. D. Hug
gins. THE TIMES editor extends his
sympashy to these old friends, in this,
their hour of trouble.
Rev. S. D. Bailey will begi'n a pro
tracted meeting at Live Oak church on
Thursday night 16th inst. He will also
begin a protracted meeting at Foreston
Monday night 20th inst.
Mr. D. S. Floyd of Turbevillo sold a
load of tobacco at Clark's Warehouse
last week for an average of $17.00 per
hundred. If you want the worth of
your tobacco sell at Clark's Warehouse.
Mr. Ed. Turbeville sold his second
curing of tobacco yesterday at Clark's
Warehouse for an average of 13c.
Tobacco is selling high give us a trial
we will do the rest. Yours for high
prices. R. D. Clark.
Mr. T. M. Mouzon and family,, who
have been living in Sumter for some
time have returned to Manning. Mr.
Mouzon has accepted his old position,
as bookkeeper, for the W. E. Jenkin
The Woodmen of Manning will un
veil a monument to the late Sovereigrn
R. E. Smiley at New Zion church next
Sunday. Sovereign W. M. Turner will
be master of ceremonies and J. M.
Woods will be the orator.
The County Republicans held theiz
every other year convention Monday tc
keep up the semblance of an orgamiza
tion, and to send delegates to Columbia,
The delegates are R. A. Stewart, Juhi
us DuRant, and S. M. Walker.
The New Town Democratic clubs de
sire, through the columns of THm
Tnms, to extend a warm welcome tC
all the candidates to meet at The Smith
school house the day prior to the meet
ing at Boykins. M. D. Floyd, Pres.
Died yesterday morning at his homE
in the Fork, Mr. A. H. D. Chandlei
aged about 75 years. The deceased
had been in feeble health for a number
of years, and was almost blind. HE
was an old Confederate solder, a mem
ber of 7th regiment S. C. cavalry.
The dam across "Appelts Mill" wE
have been assured by Supervisoi
Owens, will be repaired this week, ani
in repairing it he will straighten ou1
the road and cut off about 50 yards 0:
travel. All arrangements have beet
made for the work to be finished thi:
The Mutual Dry Goods Company is
to have a specia.l- sale, and we inviti
attention to the advertistement it
this issue. This concern carries an ex
cellent stock, and they are making
ready for their fall stock. Go to see
An invitation is extended to the can
didates to be at Smith's school hous
Tuesday 14th inst, but as that is not ii
the regular schedule of meetings wi
have no information whether the can
didates will go there or not. It will b4
impossible for some to be there on ac
count of having to be at the Court Housi
at noon of that day.
On account of the campaign meeting
at New Zion, S. C., the AlCOlu Railroad
Company will run a special train from
Alcolu, S. C., to New Zion, S. C., and
return, on August 15th. This train
will be scheduled to connect at Alcolu.
with the A. C. L. morning and evening
trains. reduced rates will be in effect
on this date P. R. Alderman, Traffic
The County executive committee at
its meeting Monday on motion of Mr.
Gibbon divided the four townships in
Salem into two magisterial districts,
placing Sandy Grove and Douglass in
one, and New Zion and Midway in
another. Thus fixing it so that the
magistrate at New Zion will be voted
for only by the members of the Midway
and New Zion clubs, and the magistrate
at Turbeville by the members of New
Town and Douglass clubs, and perhaps
Gibbons Mill. Salem has two magis
trates to be voted for in the primary.
It is the duty of every man to see that
his name is on a club roll. Those who
will be of age by November are entitled
to vote in the primary, and should have
their names enrolled. Give your names
to the secretary of the club most con
veninent to you. The clubs in Manning
are as follows: Manning Farmers Plat
form; James M. Wiudham, Secretary,
Clarendon; A. I. Barron, Secretary,
Manning; P. B. Mouzon, Secretary.
These secretaries will record your
name on the club of your choice and
you then will be entitled to vote in the
primary which takes place August 28.
Unless the County chairman in his
official notice when the time for filing
pledges arrives says how the election
for riagistrates in Salem is to be con
ducted, there may be confusion. The
magisterial districts as fixed by the ex
ecutive committee divides the four
townships into two parts, but there are
five clubs to vote. Midway and New
Zion of course vote for the magistrate
at New Zion, then there is Douglass
and New Town to vote for the magis
trate at Turbeville. The question to be
decided, where shall the Gibbons Mill
vote go? This is important and it
strikes us that the County chairman
should ask the Salem members of the
committee to meet him, and settle it,
because we doubt the Chairman having
the authority to do anything in the
matter unless authorized byt the com
Learning that D. M. Epps had been
led to believe that the editor was the
author of the article in the Times of
July 25th, signed "A. Voter," because
of the friendship existing between the
editor and Mr. Epps. We wrote him a
letter telling that we were not responsi
ble for the article, "A Voter." In reply
to our letter Mr. Epps said that he like
many others, was of the opinion 'we
wrote it, and requested that we publish
the name of the writer in this issue.
Mr. Epp!' request cannot be complied
with u ess we commit a breach of faith
and we hardly think Mr. Epps or any of
his friends would wish for anything like
that. When an article over a nomde
plume is published in a newspaper, the
name of the writer is kept secret, this
is the rule in all newspaper offices, and
for us to make public the name of "A
Voter" we would be violating confi
. Mr. Epps and his friends have no
right to continue thinking we wrote
the article signed "A Voter" after
we have publicly and privately denied
having done so, and if their friendship
is-so weak that they cannot believe us
then it is not strong enough to be'yery
The series of games played here with
Camden last week was a waterloo for
Manning. They simply were not in it
a little bit. The Camden team failed
to reach here on scheduled time Thurs
day. and a double-header was played
Friday. Morning game, score 12 to 0,
in. favor of Camden. The afternoon
game, score 3 to 4 in favor of C'amden.
Saturday, score 6 to 1 in favor of the
top notchers. The boys are now at
Geor'etown, Monday's game was in the
city %by the Sampit, 5 to 1 in favor of
Manning. Tuesday a double-header
was played. Score in both games was
2 to 1 in favor of Georgetown.
An Appreciated Compliment.
There is to take place in New York
on August 30th, a grand reception in
honor of the home comning of William
Jennings Bryan, from his tour of the
world. The Goev. of Wisconsin is chair
man of the reception committee and each
Chairman of State Democratic Execu
tive committees, are his aides. Gener
al Wilie Jones, State chairman of the
Democratic party of South Carolina,
has honored us with the following ap
Columbia, S. C., August 9, 1906.
Hon. Louis Appelt,
Manning, S. C.
Dear Sir:-It gives me
pleasure to appoint you one of the com
mittee at the Bryan reception, on Aug
ust 30th. 1 hope you will attend and
eno orefYours truly,
- Wilie Jones,
C'airman State Dem. Ex. Committee.
More Sardinia News.
On Wednesday afternoon the Sar
dinia fans enjoyed a delightful game
Ibetween Sardinia and Workinan. The
Sardianias naid the Corner Boys back
in their owni coin. Workman was con
soled, however, by a moonlight picnic
which followed the ball game. It was
at Mr. R. E. McFaddin, Jr., and was
given especially in honor of the defeat.
Quite a number from here attended
the closing exercises of the singing
school at Pinegrove on Saturday, and
report a delightful time.
There is a rumor abroad that Mr.
Truluck simply made some of those
Pinegrove folks a voice.
Several youngsters attended the
picnic at Mouzons on the same day
Among the few was little Willie.
Owing to the high water between here
and Workman the aforesaid kid had to
remain over night.
There seems to be high water be
tween here and Turbeville, also for
two of us boys on returning from the
singing were delayed at Mr. Bob
Wheeler's, and that is the only way we
can account for their delay.
We are indeed glad the gates here
happened to. haver been left open or
Saturday, for if they had not a certair
young man who spent the day away
would not have been allowed even tc
come back home.
It is reported that two of .our boys,
who went to Mouzons, crossed the
Swamp at an unearthly hour of the
night, and on emerging from the dark
waters were accused of being Baptist
They could not deny the charge. Fo:
further information concernmng this
apply to the lonely three.
Mis Pauline Brunson is visitiml
Miss Ethel McFaddin.
Miss Allie Richbourg is at Miss Pear
Messrs. Willie and Alford Burges:
ar-e down here enlarging the Wicovh
On Friday evening Mr. and _Mdrs
Van DuBose entertained charmmngl3
the visitors and young folks of thE
Miss Katie Millsap is paying a .visil
ther brothers in North Carolina.
Mrs. E. J. McFaddin is visiting rela
tives in North Carolina.
Mr. J. M. Brailsford passed throug)
here a few days ago in behalf of his
Mr. Eli DuBose is in town again..
Mr, Jeff McFaddin paid a flying tril
to Manning on Wednesday.
Mrs. H. J. Wheeler, who has beet
very ill, is much better.
We are glad to know that Mrs. J. H
r ara s stil imprnving.T JACK.
Col. Epps Uses Base Ball Bat.
Editor The Manning Times:
In reply to the two articles written
over- names "Voter" and "Clarendon'
in your last issue was too frivolous on
the author's part for publication.There
fore if the two distinct articles had been
put together, and was headed
"Clarendon" and signed at the bottom
"A Voter," then it would have given
only a faint expression of the Elic
who wrote the articles under the two
distinct names, for it really seems from
the contents of the articles mentioned,
the author thinks himself Clarendon
county and by his dictation the election
will be settled.
"Will you support in the August pri
mary the J. F. Lyon for the Attorney
Fellow Democrats, how does sthis
strike you? From whose pen did it
flow, has our noble County given birth
to a Boss? I wonder if he is a decen
dent of Old Ben, the famous Boss. I
have asked the question and here is the
answer: No, Clarendon county will not
shoulder the responsibility of ever rais
ing a Son who could have the cheek to
come boldly and ask his fellow men to
vote for J.F.Lyon,if they wanted a man
to prosecute the grafters of the State
The second paragraph was headed
"Candidates Suggested" and read thus:
"I have watched the columns of your
Now Mr. Appelt you claim by right
that you should charge for printing the
above named article. Did you read the
article before it went to press. and how
long did you consider the matter before
you had it printed? Mr. Appelt you are
right, you should have pay and I hope
at the approaching primary, you will
see the results of your dictation.
Mr. Appelt- we were under the im
pression that Mr. George R. Jones had
broke you from sucking eggs, the time
he gaged you on so many of "B.'s" ar
ticles that came from New Zion. Don't
you think for a moment that the voters
of this County will excuse you for- roar
ing for Lyon. Tillman is looking after
the Lion and IGod knows I will watch
the Pole cats, so you can root as much
as you please for "the Lion," but al
ways bear in mind that I am a member
of the Dispensary League, and I expect
to play where I am put, and if I am left
on the bench I expect to root for the
I am no Lion man for Attorney Gen
eral and expect to do my very best to
fan him, and kindly ask my triends to
understand whose name they scratch at
the coming primary.
Now I kindly ask "A Voter" and
"Clarendon" to sign their names in
your next issue, and I will write their
epitaph, and also as a premium I will
send a picture of a lion.
D. Mitchel Epps,
Workman, S. C.
The intense itching characteristic of
salt rheum and eczema is instantly al
layed by applying Chamberlain's Salve.
As a cure for skin diseases this salve is
unequaled. For sale by The Arant Co.
New Zion Dots.
Editor The Manning Times:
Miss Lillie Player'is attending
singing school at .Beulah this
Mr. W. D. Gamble made a fly
ing trip to Manning Wednesday.
Mr. G. M Hicks and Mr. Zeek
Chandler of this place spent last
Saturday in Sumter.
Miss Julia Cuttino has return
ed to her home in Manning.
Mrs. Furman Cole visited rela
tives in Manning last week.
Mr. T. M. Beard is ill with
typhoid fever at this writing.
Rev. Bedenbaugh has return
ed from a visit to Pinewood.
Rev. Bedenbaugh, accompan
ied by his family, will soon leave
for a mnonth stay at some summer
One of our, candidates has a
sweetheart over here, and let me
tell you fellows, she is polling
If Mrs. B. will consent before
the time expires for filing
pledges, I will enter the race for
Superintendent of Education.
She says I have as many winning
ways for polling votes, as the
old coon that is already in office.
Editor The Manning Times:
After a long absence from
your columns we will try to give
you the news of our section.
Crops are in a very serious
condition, owing to excessive
rain. many acre.s of fine fertile
lowland cotton being drowned
out. This section was visited by
a severe wind and hail storm on
the 25th inst.
To our friends, Mr and Mrs.
C. E. BrjVant of Silver, we extend
our heartfelt symphty in the
death of their only child, an in.
fant which occurred on the 29th~
Mr. Radford Brown of Panola,
and Miss Virginia Bates of Clin
ton, were married on the 26th,
at the home of the bride's parents.
We congratulate the people oi
Panola on the acquisition of this
acconiplished young lady as a
resident. She was Principal oi
the Panola school for two terms,
and we hope to secure her valu
able services again in that work.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W, Brown,
after a three weeks stay at Glent
Springs, have returned mudt
benefitted by their trip.
Dr. Frank Harvin spent las1
week in Charleston on a business
and pleasure trip, in his -happy
state of mind business and pleas
are synonymous.-Eh, Dr. F-?
Miss Sallie Brown of Sumte2
is spending some time witi
friends in this community.
Mrs. A. D. Cannon of Jordai
spent several days with relatives
over here last week.
Mrs. W. H. Cannon of Silve:
has accepted a position as pri
cipal of the McCoy graded schoo
in Berkeley, county.
The winning smiles and corn
dial grasp of the hand of som
of our candidates would gladdei
the hearts of many voters in thi~
community. Won't some of then
Chas. W. Moore, a machinist, of Fori
City, Pa., had his hand frightfully burn
ed in an electrical furnace. He apphie<
Bucklen's Arnica Salve with the usua
result: "a quick and perfect cure.
Greatest healer on earth for Burns
Wounds, Sores, Eczema and Piles. 25
t The AantmCo Drug Store.
The County Executive Committee
met last Monday, and appointed the
following as managers of the primary
election to be held August 28th. Polls
open at 8 o'clock, a. m. and close at 4
o'clock, p. m:
Alcolu-J. J. Nettles, E. E. Hodge,
Robt. A. Hodge.
Clarendon-S. E. Ingram. W. T.
Lesesne, W. M. Plowden.
Cross Roads-J. M. Davis, A. WV.
Billups, J. E. Rowe.
Davis Station-J. H. Horton, W. E.
Davis R. R. Barrineau.
Doctor Swamp-G. G. Thames, A!.
R. Thames. I. N. Tobias.
Douglas-J. C. Dennis. A. J. Hicks.
J. M. Turbeville.
Farmeis Platform-S. 0. O'Bryan,
J. E. Barret, J. R. Dyson.
Fork-W. M. Davis, J. C. Harvin,
Panola-C. W. Brown, W. E. Felder,
Pinewood-B. D. Griffin. B. W.
DesChampr, J. P. Lawrence.
Summerton-J. F. Richbourg, H. H.
Windham. B. C. Ragin.
Silver-B. F. Mahoney, C. C.
Thames, H. S. Briggs.
White-W. C. White, P. E. Ridge
way, W. S. Anderson.
Foreston-S. M. Haynesworth, T. L.
Bagnal, C. S. Land.
Foreston Reform-G. A. Holliday.
J. H. Windham, W. T. Kelly.
Fulton-*L. A. Graham, A. L. Bur
kett, T. P. Broughton.
Gibbons Mili--R. H. Green, J. E.
Beard, R. H. Gamble.
Harmody-H. L. B. lodge, J. G.
Plowden, E. B. Tindal.
Jordan-J. P. Mitchum, W. T.
Sprott, J. O. Lowder.
Manning-J. H. McKnight. P. B.
Mouzon, W. M. Turner.
Midway-J. R. Barrow, J. J. Epps,
J. M. Player.
New Town-T. K. McElveen, S. A.
Floyd, Charlie Cook.
Paxville-J. A. Brown, J. H. Brown,
E. M. Hodge.
New Zion-M D Beard, J P Gibbons,
Jr, Press Morris.
A. J. RIcHeOURG,
HARVEY MITCHUM, Chairman.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon,
By James M. Windham, Esq., Pro
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
W HEREAS, John Bennett made
suit to me to grant him let
ters of administration of the
estate of and effects of William
These are therefore to cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of the said Wil
liam Bosier, -.eceased, that they
be and appear before me, in the
Court of Probate, to be held at Man
ning, on the 23rd day of August
next, after publication thereof, at 11
o'clock in the forenoon, to show
cause, if any they have, why the
said administration should not be
Given under my hand this 1st
day of August, A. D. 1906.
JAMES M. WINDHAM,
16-3t1 Judge of Probate.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon.
By Jaines M. Windham, Esq., Probate
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
WHEREAS, A. D. Rhame, made
suit to me, to grant him Letters of
Administration of the estate of and
effects of Laura M. Rhame.
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditort of the said Lapnra M.
Rhame, deceased, that they be and
appear before me, in the Court of Pro
bate,to be held at Manning on the 23rd
day of 'gust next after publica
tion thereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
noon, to show eause, if any they have,
why the said administration should not
Given under my hand, this 2nd day
of August, A. D. 1906.
JAMES M. WINDHAM;
[SEAL.] Judge of Probate.
A woman worries until she gets wrin
kles, then she worries because she has
them. -If she-takes hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea she would have neither.
Bright, smiling face follows its use. 3
cents; Tea or Tablets. Dr. Win. E.
Brown & Co.
much confidence as square and
fair dealing with the public.
We do not use any form of fake
schemes in our business.
We have never lowered the
art of piano building to the mere
level of a money-making traffic.
We have never sacrificed tone,
quality and perfect workmanship
We have never made cheap
pianos and never will.
The reputation of our pianos
has been gained by merit alone,
the standing of our firm by busi
The mere possession of a Steiff
piano puts the seal of supreme
approval upon the musical tastes
of its owner.
5 W. Trade St., Charlotte, N. C.
C. H. WILMOTH, Mgr.
C A.B TO l~I A..
Beas the The Kimi You Have Always Bougi
of L c77
Notice to Creditors.
All persons having claims agains
the estate of Eliza E. Coker, deceased
will present them duly attested, an'
those owing said estate will make pay
ment to the undersigned Qualified Exe
cutors of said estate.
W. E. GIBBON.
L. D. BARROW.
H. P. GIBBON.
Turbeville, S. C., July 23, 1906.
LWe like best to call
a food because it stands so em
phatically for perfect nutrition.
And yet in the matter of restor
ing appetite, of giving new 4
strength to the tissues. especially
to the nerves, its action is that 4
of a medicine.
Send for free sample.
409.4:5 Pearl Stret NewYork.
Lost-Between the Manning Hoy
and the residence of Mr. Louis Appel
a ladies' chatelaine pearl set pin. Fini
er will be rewarded at Times office.
For sale-132 acres of land in Ne
Zion township 2-horse farm clearer
artesian well, 4-room dwelling, barr
and stables and two tobacco barns. Al
ply to this otfice.
Watermelons on Ice atanes' Palac
For Rent-Five room cottage o
Church street. For particular apply t
Eddie C. Horton, Manning, S. C.
Lost-A small bill book containing
photo and a stick pin- The finder wi:
confer a favor by sending it to th
office of Charlton Durant.
Wanted-Price on 200,000 heal
cypress shingles, to be made from ou
cypress timber. D. W. Alderma
Sons Co.. Alcolu, S. C. 4
For Ice Cold Watermelons go t
James' Palace market.
The Alcolu Railroad Co. will sell fc
every Friday, -Saturday and Monda
during June, July, August and Septen
tember,.1906, round trip tickets.ver it
road at reduced rates, good to retur
until the following Tuesday. Thi
notice is subject to change or witi
drawal without notice. Yourpatronag
is solicited. For further informatior
address P. R. Alderman. Traffic Man:
ger, Alcolu, S. C.
O A tliTO R IA .
Bea the The Kind You Have:Alvays Boug
NOW is 0 89Iolly FgohI lO IN
For Getting Rid of Catarrh.
As the season of milder weather is now
hand, if you have Catarrh or Catarrhal Dea
ness take advantage of this more favorable se:
son to rid yourself of this troublesome, stubbor
and dangerous disease. If the trouble has lE
up a little since the cold weather has ceased, d
not imagine that the unwelcome visitor ha
packed his baggage and is about to leave fc
good, for you will soon find that he is still i
business at the old stand.
Dr. Blosser's Catarrh Cure hits the spot, an
if you are a sufferer from Catarrh and desir
to test it, write a postal or call on H. t. BOGE.
at The Manning Times oice and scure a fre
trial treatment. The regular size packages se
for $1 and contain .a whole month's treatmen
Bears the The Kind You Have Always Bougi
Henry N. Snyder, L. L. D., Presiden
Two degrees, A. B. and A. M. Fou
courses leading to the A. B. Degre
Library anD Librarinn. The W. E
Burnett gymnasium under a competer
director. J. B. Cleveland Science Hal
Athletic grounds. Course of lecture
by the ablest men on the platform. Nei
session begins September 19.
Board from $12 to 816 a month. Fe
catalogue or other information, addrei
J. A. GAMEWELL,
ESpartanburg, S. C.
STATE OFSOUTH CARO LIld
-County of Clarendon.
By James M. Windham, Esq., Judg
WJHEREAS, Joseph E. Davis mad
WV suit to me, to grant him Lette3
of Administration .of the estate an
effects of Mose Walker. -
IThese are therefore to cite and ai
monish all and sfi'gular the kindre
and creditors of the -said Mos
Walker, deceased, that they be aa
appear before mie,in the Court of Pr<
bate, to be held at Manning, S. C.; o
the 23rd day of August next afte
publication thereof, at 11 o'clocki
the forenoon, to show cause, if an
they have, why the said administra
tion should not be granted.
Given under my hand, this 3r
day of August, A. D. 1906.
JAMES M. WINDHAM,
[SEAL.T' Judge of Probate.
Notice to 4Greditors.
All persons indebted to the Estate
Sarah Jane Touchberry, deceased, wi
make payment to the undersigned, at
all persons having claims against sa:
estate will present same duly attested
J. G. H. SETZER,
Manning, S.-C., July 30, 1906.
You can then pay yot
bills with checks whic
- we return to you ti
first of each month at
which are thus made
receipt in full for evez
dollar you pay out.
You can always make chans
with a check.
Bank of Sunmmertor
Summerton, S. C.
BARRED PL.YMOUTH ROCKS
I have a fine strain of Barred Plymouth Roi
and if you desire to improve your poultry 3
will do well to purchase a setting of eggs tr
my pure-bred fowls.
Price per setting St.
W. P. HAWKINS.
For the Senate.
HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CA_
didate for the State Senate from Claren
h don County, subject to the decision of 4he Dem
ocratic primary. HENRY B. RICHARDSON.
- I AM A CANDIDATE FOR THE SENATE
A within the requirements of the Democrati
1. The affairs of State and County put upot
an honest. eccnomical business basis.
2. Equitable assessment and distribution o
o 3, Especial attention to fostering our fret
4. Legislation to protect the farming interest:
with regard to labor..
a 5. A reduction of taxes, so far as an ecunomi
,1 cal administration of public affairs will permil
e without retarding progressive public service.
6. Good roads and safe bF-idges a crying
7. The Democratic principle of Home Rul
,t and Local Self Government. An earnest effor1
r to secure legislation which will permit the peo
ple to say by their votes whether or not liquoi
a shall be sold in the county, and whether or nol
the sale of liquor, shall be under State, as al
present. or county control I am opposed t<
forcing the sale of liquor upon a county wnere
majority expressed at the ballot box declart
against its sale. I am also opposed to sharini.
the profits with the State from the sale o
r liquor if the voters declare in favor of the dis.
pen'iry. I believe if we are to sell liquor it
the county the prolit should remain in the
county, all of it.
s .The above-is in brief the principles and poli
a ies I stand for, and upon them I ask you]
consideration and support.
S LOUIS APPELT.
ZRUE TO MY INSTINCT: A DEMOCRA'
eP believing in white man supremacy, majorit3
rule, and the burden of taxes borne equally
. Pledgeing myself to abide by the decision of the
primary. I announce myself a candidate for the
State Senator for Clarendon county.
J. W. KENNEDY.
For The Legislature.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for re-election to the House of Repre
sentatives, pledging myself to the rules of th
- - D. LUTHER' GREEN.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF 'AS
-candidate for the House of Representatives
subject to the rules of the Democratic 'primary
I. M. WOODS.
ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CANDIDATE
t Ifor the House of Representatives in- the
coming primary. I;am a farmer, and an o1
confederate soldier. I promise if elected t<
n work for the interest-of the people.
,t -D. MITCHELL EPPS.
s I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
r adidate for the House of-Representatives, sub
a ject to the action of the primar.
e MR. EDITOR: PLEASE ANNOUN CE GEO
R. JONES as a candidate for nominatiot
for the House of Representatives from Claren
i don county subject to all the rules and regulat
ions governing the primarytelection.
- HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for the House of Representativas frog
Clarendon, county. pledging myself to the rule:
of the Democratic party.
WARREN W. WEEKS.
MR. O. C. SCARBOROUGH IS PRERENTEI
to the voters-of Clarendon County as t
candidate for the House of Representative!
- under the rules of the Democratic party.
For County Supervisor.
t WE THE FRIENDS OF C. L. JAMS
hereby present his name to the voters o:
r Clarendon County as a candidate for the office
of County Supervisor. Subject to the rules o:
the Democratic party.
TANNOUNCE MYSELF A CANDIDATE FO]
County Supervisor subject to to the actio
of the Democratic Primary.
" C. ALLEN McFADDIN. -
o THE DEMOCRATIC .VOTERS OF CLAR
endon County: "
I hereby announce myself a candidate for th
S office of County Supervisor of Qlarendon Count
subject to the rules of the -Democratic party.
R. E. McFADDIN, JR.
T ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CANDIDA'ITE
for the office of Cow'ty Supervisor, subjec
to the rules of the Democratic primary.
J.. M. STRANGE.
T HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
Adate for re-election to the offce of Count:
Supervisotsubject to the decision of the Deu
ocratic Priniary. T. C. OWENS.
For County Auditor.
s I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for Auditor of Clarendon County, sut
ject to the rules of the Democratic Primary.
ANDREW P. BURGESS.
-HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
dII idate for the offce of County Auditor, pledg
e ing myself to abide the result of the D~em0
dI eratic Prmr. - E. B. BROWN.
r For County Superintendent of Education.
T HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CA
YA didate for re election to the offce of Count
L Superintendent of Education.
S. P. HOLLADAY.
& T HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CA3
A.didate for the offce of Superintendent<
Education of Clarendon County, subject to th
rules of the Democratic prry.BAAM
S.For County Treasurer.
ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CANDIDAT:
th meof County Treasurer, subjectt
the rules of the Democratic primary.
)L. L. WELLS.
d For Judge *of Probate.
DROMITSING TO ABIDE BY THE RESUL
A of the Democratic pmayand the ruli
governing same. I announce mysl a candidat
for reelection to the offce of Judge of Proba1
for Clarendon county. Juts M. WIsDH.
Magistrate at Manning.
I EEY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAl
idtfo the offce of Magistrate at Mal
ning. Subject to the .rules of the Democrat
party. EDWARD C. TH AMES.
For Magistrate at Paxville.
IHEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAl
didate for the offce of Magistrate at Pa:
vyle. J- R. HILL.
t cenus and beantifeg the hair.
- Iromaotes a luxuriant growth.
hI ~ *' atsii sior?
d Wofford College
Trenwbrick buildings. Stea1
heat and electric lights.
e Head Master, threeteachers and Ma
ron live in the buiidings.
Individual attention to each studen
Situated on the Wofford Campus.
Students take a regular course in tb
College Gymnasium, and have ace:
to the College Library.
$125 pays board, tuition, and all fee:
Next session begins September 19tl
For Catalogue, etc., address
A. MASON DUPRE,
-- Head Master,
Spartanburg, S. (
Mouzon & Rigby
Fancy Groceries, Fruits, Etc.
VEGETABLES IN SEASON.
Always on hand a fresh, clean lir
of Staple and Fancy Groceries, Cai
ned Goods, etc. We supply other
tables, why not yours?
Give us your orders for anythir
in the Grocery )ine. We fill and d
liver all orders promptly.
We have recently added to our lii
Have you been to see the wonde
ks ful bargains on this countre for 10C
*mu I5 you haven't, come in now and I
us show you some of thle grea~te
bargains for 10 cents ever .brought
Tours for business,
R Mouzon & Rigby
nights rest in one
of our IRON BEDS
it is the easiest
thing in the world.''.
to wake in the t
morning free and fresh as a bird.
Our beds [wood and iron] are made-with
0 a view for durability and are just the thing
for comfort. When you get a sleeping out
fit at ourstore the doctors gill have no
business at your house. Come and lok
them over before you buy.
We. still have sotne summer goods that
wewould like to doseout before the season
closes, and if you are in need of a Refriger
ator, Porch Rockers, Rattan Couches or
Chairs we can save you money on them.
If the mosquitto is getting at you we have
8 got the very thing that will keep themoff
of you. Get you one of the
at $1.35, $1.50 and $2.500.
We have a few screen doors and screen
.windows that we will close out---the doors
at 65 c, the windows at 18c.
Come to see us about: piano, organ or
any other musical instrument you may
want, we have them.
We would like to see you often and g,
th you. Very truly yours, .
S.L. K RASNOF
8THE FURNITURE MA N
to the store where you get your m n~~
worth all the time. MEET your fe& $
there all this week. Many good things 46o
show you at special prices all over the~store--k
WE are closing out all Summer Goods
now and disregarding thg cost. of them en
tirely. Now is the time to get oneana
half dollars worthi for one dollar. N&aKi
few of the good vau.v ffr .
SutFine quality White WaistingslorShif
SutEtc., worthi 15c the yai-d for 9c the~'
Syard. Beautiful Silk Mulls in solid colors
Sworth and sells -everywhere for-irdw %~c
Smoney we ask, only 23c the yard.O k~
1 ~ Cotton Voiles fo Skirts and Si
I well worth 12 l-2c. the yard, closing
Sout at 8 l-2c the yard. Better get next o
J some of these.
-~ Nainsook in sheer fine qualities f
Esummer Waists and Suits for 15c, 20c, id
S25c the yard. Splendid time to buy now
Swhile they last. Perhaps you can use- a -
Scollar. See, nice pair Lace-stripe Hose, e >
SGauze Vests, 10 yards of color~ed Lawn; etc.,
~at the price we will name you. Guated
s lower than others are asking. -
- Get next to a- nice cool, two-iec'
SSuit from $4.98 up to $10. Others are a
Sing $7.50 to 12.50 for some not as good. -
Low-Cut Shoes -
Ladies'. Men's and Children's are be
~ ng sold here at a sacrifice. Perhaps you
can use a pair of white canvas Oxfords, and -
SEif you aan, we will fit you, size and money. .~
e Learn the way, trade with
C THE YOUJNG RELIABLE,