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MANNING, S. C.. NOV. 19.
Publishes All County and Town Of
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MUST be m
this office by Saturday N.oon in order to i
insure publication the following week.
Do You Want to Know
How to shake oft the bard times*
Just come to W. E. Jenkinson Co.'s
Great Stupendous. Gigan-.;, Mighty.
Colossal, Red-Letter Sale, which will
open on Thursday, Nov. 1st, and
close Thursday, Nov. 15th.
PREMIUMS WILL BE GIVEN all
who spend as much as $4 in cash.
Easy to make a bill with us. as ev
erything in our great house will be
put on sale-Dry Goods. Shoes.
ClothingLadies' Jackets and Cloaks,
Gents', Ladies' and Children's Win
ter Underwear, Cotton and Wool,
Furniture and Millinery Goods.
9 IYard-wide Sea Island Homespun,
5c yard; not over 15 yards to a cus
tomer. Calico. 34c yard; not over 10
yards to a customer.
Nice Negligee Shirts, 27c each, 39c
each and 48c each.
Men's and Boys' Hats and Caps at
W. E. JENKINSON CO.
Next week is Carnival week.
Read the big ads. in this issue.
This is Gala week in Charleston.
Mr. Leon Weinberg visited Cbarles
ton this week.
Mr. J. L. Wells is taking in the cir
cus today in Sumter.
Mr. J. B. Hudnall of Florence sIent
a few days in town last week.
Mr. Frank Barron of Rhems spent
last Sunday and Monday in Manning.
Shall there be a mass meeting to
give expression on a new court house'?
Mr. S. W. Barron has put in an up- 1
to-date lunch counter in his pool room.
The tax books are open, but'the tax
payers are not running over each other
Miss Bertha Briggs attended the
Carnival hop at Bishopville last Friday
Editor Cargile's family have moved
to Manning, where they will make
their future home.
Messrs. Reardon, Burgess and Selby
attended the Carnival ball at Bishop
ville last Friday evening.
Mr. Steve Talmage, telegraph ope
rastor here, has resigned and gone to
his home in St. Augustine, Fla.
The election boxes willV be received
at the court house by Mr. E. B. Brown
any day up to next Friday afternoon.
Miss Gertrude Bradham who under
went a surgical operation in Columbia
is convalescent, and will soon be home.
Mr. Allie Murray, who has been em
ployed at the oil mill for several'
months, has returned to his homeir
There will be preaching at Fellow
ship church next Sunday at 4 p. m. by
the pastor, Rev. M. A. Connors. Pub
lic cordially invited. I
Mr. J. M. Player sent to the editor
of THE TIMeS a strip of very toothsome
barbecue. He would have sent more
but John Epps was at the hot supper.
Miss Margaret Pemland,of Asheville,
N. C., accompanied by her friend, Miss
Sudie' Davis, to Manning for a short
visit. Miss Pemland left this morning
for her home.
The case of Hunter against the D.
W. Alderman Sons Co., of Alcolu for
$10,000 damages, was tried in Sumter
last Friday and Saturday, but the jury
failed to agree. A mistrial was order
For the purpose of tabulating the
votes cast in the general election yes
terday, the commissioners State ,and
Federal will meet next Tuesday in the
dourt house at 11 o'clock a. m.
Died last Friday morning Mrs Eliza
beth Tisdale, wife of Mr T. J. Tisdale,
aged 54 years. ~The funeral took place
in the family burial ground. Rev. J.
O. Gough conducted the service.
Binkey Johnson, once the slave of
Maj. J. T. Frierson's family, died near
Jordan Sunday 28th ulto, at the age of
114 years. The age of this negress was
found in an old bible belong to the
Married by Rey. P. L. Kilgo, last
Wednesday night, in the Methodist
Church at Sumter, Dr. J. 0. Muldrow
and Miss Mattie DuPont, formerly of
Clarendon. Mrs. J. A Mood and Mrs.
Ella Toumey were the matrons of honorf
Died last Wednesday. at the home of
his daughter,MrsJ W Hinson near Al
colu Mr,John J. Harvin,aged about 80
years. The deceased was a highly re
spected citizen, and about 25 years ago
was a member of board of commission
ers for this county.
Married last Wednesday by Rev. Mr.
Roper, at the home of the bride's .par
ents in Darlington County, at River
dale, Mr. J. Z. Gallaway jof Manning,
now located at Lumber, and Miss May
belid Williamson, daughter of Mr. La
fayette Williamson. The couple are
on a visit to Mr. J. M. Gallaway, father
of the groom, near Manning.
The county commissioners met last
Saturday and had before them counsel
arguing for damages to a mule be
longing to Mr. H. L. B. Hodge. Mr.
B P. Broadway, who was married in
Wilmingtonlastweekwas present with a
regular sunb~eam smile on his conte
nance while listening to the arguments
of two bachelors, J. H. Lesesne and
J. M. Woods.
The condition of crops in some sec
tions of this county can be estimated
by what was told us of Mr. W. M. Me
Knight. near Work-man. Last year
Mr. McKnight made 32 bushels of corn
on one acre of land, with peas and for-i
age in proportion, this year he planted
the same ground in cotton, and his
wife, an aged lady. picked and carried
to the house on her bac'h the entire
crop in one day.
There was celebrated in the town of
Summerton yesterday the r-ite of cir
cumcision, at the home of Mr. Perry
Krasnoil. Friends and relatives gath
ered from various parts of the State to
be present to witness this Jewish holy
rite-"the rejection of the sins of the
flesh," which has been substituted by
Christians by the rite of baptism. Rev.
Mr. Simonhofi, of Charleston, conduct
ed the service. and Mr. Aaron Loryea
was the godfather. After the ceremony
fes st was spread and all was joy~with
goo wishes for the babe's future.
The "special sale" sclheeic has o
come a fad with the imetchanits who did
not anticipate the short erop,. and
were caught heavily ladened with large
stocks. In this issue our readers will
notice that Sum merton has becole im
fected with this special fad. and the
Sunimerton Mewtautie Company otkLe
to the trading publie 'A .ammoth Re
duction Sale, wiillnmeans tmLL bar
-ains in the r oods, shoo, milliuery
and general merchandise lines awatt
those who are alive to their interests
and are-wanting to buy goods at greatly
reduced prices. [Read their big adver
A Fearful Acc:cent.
A most horrifyi ng accident oceurred
in Manning ast Saturday to Meta
Ridgeway, a youting colored woman, liv
ing in the Oak Grove section. The
woman was standing in the store door
of W. E. .Jenkinson Company, and she
savs a man near her lighted a cigar
and as she thougit.dropped the puatch
on the sidewalk. about the samC'
ime she turned and started to go into
the store when a woman called her at
tention to her dress being on tire
When the woman discovered her cloth.
ina to be burning, she became alarm
i. screamed and ran. this caused the
anmes almost instantly to cover the
>oor crcature,and before she could be rcs
-ued she was enveloped with fire. H6r!y
imith and Warren Rhame. two color,i
.en. after a struggle with the burning
voian. succeeded io tearing away tre
>urning rags, themselves getting their
ands burned. The woman was taken
-, the drug store of Dr. W. E. Brown
a Co.. where Drs. Dickson. Brown and
odd administered to her. The burns
ere all over her. great pieces of skin
vere picked up on the sidewalk where
hey dropped off from the back of the
anfortuate creature. It was a sight
3ot to be forgotten soon-a burning hu
nan being running down a crowded
idewalk screaming and ablaze with
re, the llames at one time were at
east three feet above her head. The
loctors applied the necessary remedies.
nd she was taken home in a wagon,be
ng able, after her terrible experience.
o be willing to get into the wagon
rithout assistance, but the doctors
ould not allow her. Her injuries at
irst were thought to be fatal. the loss
)f such a large quantity of skin is very
ierious,. but her mouth and nose did
ot indicate any signs of her having in
ialed, or swallowed any of he flame.
lthough one side of h!r nose was
)urned. The hope i, that with :tro
ul attention she may recover.
Later: The unfortunate woman died
rom her wouuds yesterday morning.
The Tenth Anniversary.
On Sunday. November 25th. the Bap
ist Church will celebrate the Tenth
tuniversary of the dedication of its
reent building. Visiting Ministers
Lnd Singers have been invited to assist
n this service. The public is cordially
vited to attend these exercises.
The time is drawing near for the
seneral Assembly to meet, and feeling
.nxious to confer with the taxpayers'of
.he county upon matters of importance
o their interests, I assume the respon
ibility for calling a mass meeting of
he taxpayers of Clarendon county to
.ssemble in the court house Monday
)ecember 3rd. to consider the advisa
>ility of instructing the legislative del
Lgation to take steps towards provid
.ng the means to build a new court
ouse, and .to consider and discuss a
lan for better roads. and other matters
ertaining to the welfare of the county.
I do hope the attendance at this
eeting will be from every section of
he county and that all of the Rtepre
;entatives elect to the lower house will
e present. R~ettiy
We have been requested to call a
yeeting of the white men of Plowden
il and Harmony Townships to meet
t Trinity school house, on Friday
ight, November the 165th, at 7:30 p. m.
1me and see what is wanted with you.
The Young Peoples Literary Society
gill meet tbz same night. You may en
o yourself, een if you do tiot see fit
o take steps to oenefit yourself. Bring
our families along with.you.
W. P. EMANuEL,
E. E. HoDGE,
F-sto the Xext Dfar.
"When I leave you tynight," said
Mr. Staylate. "I hope you"
"Graci>usl Are you coming ngain to
Dight" <Iclaimed Miss Patience Gonne.
Then for the first time the proilmity
of the dawn dawned on him and he lit
(I There is no specific for
cnsumnption. Fresh air, ex
erise, nourishing food and
Scott's Emulsion will come
pretty inear 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.
ClFrom time immemiorial the
<octors 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 Emulsior.,
and that is the reason it is so
helpful in consumption where
its use must be continuous.
2 We will send you a
Be sure tha this
cture in the formn of
a aei is on the wra
rrO ofevr bot-eof
E r.uion you buy.
409 Pearl Street -a ' r
Ou- .4.5o Ladies' H-at . at D.
First class Meats at Clark's Market.
next door to postoh-('.
if you buy Meal. you can ;t n hat
.:ou %-ant at Clark's 1 i rket.
ets at D. HirsclmiLnu's.
Big stock rt Lado' Hats on hand at.
50 per cent. ofi. at D. Hirschmanns.
W\anted--Cow Hites and all kinds of
Furs, at Clark's Market. urst. door
below pos .oflie.
Itaving too much Ladie's Trimmed
Hats on Land they must go if at cost.
Call and ice tlhem at Hirsch mann's.
The la -gest. Bargains you will find
at D. i rschman's in Ladie's Hats.
which is $6.50 at 3. Call and see them.
Wanted--A reliable, responsible and
strictly sober partner in a well estab
lis-hed business. For particulars call on
13. T. Legg. .Nanning, S. C.
Appler Seed Oats. A large shipment
just arrived. Price 80c. per bushel.
We also have several hundred bushels
of Western Red Rust Proof Oats-fine
seed. Legg & Hutchinson.
W. A. Reckling. the well-known
photog.apher. of Columbia., will be in
Summer-on, Novembet 7, 8. 9, and 10.
Mr. Rec'ling is regarded one of the
dinest photographers South. and Sum
merton is fortunate in being able to
secure hi. services.
Brand aew Buggies, Surries. Wag
ns, Harness and Laprobes: also Stalk
-hoppers, Disc Harrows. Tooth Har
rows, Middle Bursters, Guano Distrib
.tors, Cotton and Corn Planters. Pri
-es low and terms easy. Legg & Hut
I will move to my new shop opposite
he county jail about November 1st
where I will be pleased to zreet my
riends and patrons. B. T. Lege.
The Carnival Recommended.
Camden, S. C., Oct. 25, 1906.
r. D. M. Bradham, Mayor Manning,
S. C.-The Smith Greater Shows
now exhibiting here are far above the
isnal carnival company and are cleau
W. J. P. Weeks, Jr.,
Chairman Baseball Association.
On For Sale.
One dwelling with barn and stables
nd tenant house. The dwelling now
Dccupied by J. D. Gerald.
13 building lots, 50 by 175. 1 three
room house and lot, lot dimensions, 50
wanted, 50 bushels of good, sound peas
Terms of property sale, is one
balf cash, balance in one and
ind two, and thr'ee years, with interest
it the rate of 7 1-2 per.cent. per annnm
ror the dwelling house property, and
>ne and two years, with interest at
i1-2 per cent. for the other property.
Manning. S. C.
STATE OF SOUTH OAROLINA,
County of Clarendon.
By James M. Windham, Esq., Pro
leN THE PROBATE COURT.
WH EREAS, Jas. H. Hawkins made
~'snit to me to grant him let
ters of administration of the
estate of and effects of W. D. Gam
These are therefore to cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of the said W.
D. Gamble, deceased, that they
be and appear before me, in the
Court of Probate. to be held at Man
ning, on the 22d day of November
next, after publication thereof, at 11
o'clock in the forenoon, to show
ause, if any they have, why the
said adniinistration should not be
Giveua under my hand this 7th
day of November, A. D. 1906.
JAMES M. WINDHAM,
[SEAL.] Judge of Probate.
The town office is open every day for
the collection of taxes. Don't neglect
to pay by November 15th. Ten per
cent. penalty after that date.
E. J1. BROWN,
Clerk & Treas.
Notice to Creditors.
All persons havinz claims against
the estate of Thomas A. Br-ad ham, de
ceased, will present them duly attested,
and those owing said estate wvill make
payment to the undersigned qualified
Administrator of said estate.
JOSEPH M. DBRADHANI,
Manning, S. C., November 6, 1906.
Bring yOMi joIb Work to The Times affice.
The Following P
ONE-two-story store. 20x45, and lot 75x1.30 feet.
building on the lot rents for 830.00. P
ONE dwelling-S rooms. beautiful flower yard,a
lot contains about .3 acres. Eastern fi
ing at 81250.00. A. 500.00 lot can he so:
ONE dwelliny-6 r-oomns with out-houses on a
houses. Pr-ice M100O.00. one half (ash b
ONE G room dwellinr-rirht new-. lot in new secl
painted throughout. Fene and barn.
>NE farm of 256 acres-one and a half miles f rot
:of this is fine lona leaf. 8 tenant hour
dwelling. Other particulars upon appi
ONE lot- - on M~ain stret near depot. This lot ca
it to you. It is well suited for any bus
ONE trat. of land 3 miles from Summrerton. 100
Price upon application.
ONE 7 room dwelling-bran new with lot 105x30t
conveniences. This house is made of
tjwn. Prie now $lM.00J.
These are a few of the bargains we are offering
tell you of some others. We still have some ;
prices to settlers and also to speculators. We
We will be glad to list many other properties,
sale. So if you have any property that you
can be weli advertised. If you want to buy let u,
rp in the
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA1
Cqunty of Clarendon.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Hannah M. lkthune Plalitiff.
Caroline M. Betliune. Sarah E. Be
thune, Mary J. Bethiune, Ennette
M. Bethune, Sarah A. Bethune,
John F.-Bethune, and Lou 0. Be
Decree for Partition.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
Judgment Order of the Court of Com
mon Pleas, in the above stated ac
tion, to me directed. bearing date of
October 30, 190(j, I will sell at public
auction, to the highest bidder fL i
cash, at Clarendon Court House, at
Manning, in said county, within the
legal hours for judicial sales, on Mon
day, the 3rd day of December, 1900,
being salesday, the following describ
ed real estate:
"All that tract or parcel of laid,
lying,being and situate in the County
of Clarendon, State aforesaid, con
taining one hundred and thirty-four
(134) acres, more or less, and bounded
on the North by lands of James E.
Tindal; 1-'ast by the public road;
South by lands of Mary J. Harvin,
West by lands of James E. Tindal,
covered by mill nond."
Purchaser to pay for papers.
A. . BARRON,
Clerk of Court.
Manning, S. C., November 5, 1906.
Sale of Personal Property,
Pursuant to an Order of James M.
Windham, Judge of Probate, notice
is hereby given that on Saturday,
November 17, 1906, at 12 o'clock noon,
the following personal property be
longing to the estate of R. R. Hudg
ins, deceased, will be sold at public
auction to the highest bidder for
cash. at Foreston, S. C.:
3 Mattresses: 2 Bed-steads: 3 Bu
reaus; 1 Dining Table; 3 Tables; 1
Wash-stand; 2 Towel-Racks; 4
Chairs, 3 Pair Dog Irons; 1 Lot of
Crockeryware; 1 Pair Scales; 1 Bed
Room Suite; 1 Settee; 1 Buggy; 1
Set of Harness; 1 One-horse Wagon;
1 Two-horse Wagon; 1 Rake and
Mower; 2 Mules; 35 Bushels of Corn;
1 lot Farming Implements and 1 Hat
MARY M. Il'DGIENS,
Adminristratrix Estate of R. R. 1ud
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA)
By James '. Windham. Esq., Probate
W H E R E A S. Abe Levi and H. J.
Harby made suit to me, to grant
them Letters of Administration of the
estate of and effects of W. D. Gamble.
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said W. D. Gam
ble, deceased, that they be and
appear before me. in the Court of Pro
bate, to be held at Manning on the 22d
day of November 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 7th day
of November, A. D. 1906.
[SEAL.] JA'MES M. WINDHAM,
Judge of Probate.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Ciarendon.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Louis A1ppelt, Plaintiff,
LuaulIa Carter.D~awson Carter, Birdie
Carter. Rufus Carter, Harriet Par
sons, Susan Estelle Felder, Nathan
Parsons, and Margaret Carter. De
Judgment for Foreclosure and Sale.
UNDER AND BT TIRTUE OF A
Judmrent Order of the Court of Coxm
mo Pleas, in the above stated ac
tion, to me directed, bearing date of
October 5th, 1906, I will sell at pub
lic auction, to the hiighest, bidder for
cash, at Clarendon Court House, at
Manning, in said county, within the
leal hours for judicial sales, on Mon
day, the :3rd day of December 1906,
being salesday, the following de
scribed real estate:
"All that tract of land, sitnate in
said County of Clareuidon, State
aforesaid, and containing twenty
four and one-fourth acres, more
or less, and bounded as fol
lows: North hy lands of the
Estate of Shorter, an d lands now or
formerly of James E. Davis; East by
lands of Davis and lands formerly of
James Carter, and WVest by lands
now or formerly of Estate of Shorter
and James Carter, being lands con
-eyed to Rufus F. Carter by deed
recored in oficee of Clerk of Court
for said County, in Book "B. B."
on page 7 3, reference being there
Purchaser to pay for papers.
E. B. GAMBLE,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
Manning. S. C., November 5, 1906.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Probate
for. Clarendon County on the 0th day of
December 1906, for Letters of Dis
charge as Admninistratrix of the Estate
of John Smith Nelson. deceased.
FRANCES ANNIE NELSON.
Mlanning. S. C., November 3. 1906.
roperties for Sale:
This store is well Iizni'hed arnd with a so.1l
1 necessary out-buildings. well set in fruit trees.
on and one of the best built houses in1 tow,
ol of each side and leave un acre for the pres
2 acre lot. n cil fenced. T wo tenant or .servant
dafce in instatllmecnts with itrterest.
ion fast buildinr up. House well Ilnished, and
2Summrton. 135 acres cleared. 121 in timber,
es. wenl supplied with out-buildings and a 7 room
mnot be duplicated in this locality. Let us show
ness purpose. especially manufacturing.
acres can be cleared. 60 nov under cultivation.
feet. Barn and stabfle. servant house and other
c ptionly ::ood stuff and in a splendid section of
now. If none of these meet your wants. let us
od building lots. whtehn we are offering at fair
~ill be glad to answer injuiries. and n:iv ruller
remember it cost you nothing. unless we makea
will sell, let us put it before tire public now so it
know so we can help you to loenate rood property
One solid week, commencing Monday,
Under Auspices Manning
6 Big Days, 6 Gala Nights.
Two Sensational Free Acts.
The world's champion High-diver, a daring,
death-defying dive from a towering illuminated
ladder. more than 90 feet in the mid-air into a
tank containing less than four feet of water, twice
Madam Leona Bonnie.
Unchallenged Queen of the Air. an interest
ing number of aerial feats upon the trapeze, pre
senting a series of pretty, graceful and attractive
feats of mid-air posing:- The most remarkable
female act in the world. The chief feature of the
Smith's Trained Wild
Largest and most complete Menagerie ever
exhibited with a carnival company. Each animal
is trained to do something. Don't forget the date,
November .12 to 17.
DY GOODS '(
DISPL A Y
gt TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, g~t
__ OCTOBER 9, and 10th,
gBECAUSE e have the mnostUp
should see ours.
gni J..L. McLEOD ~
XV H JENIU,1NS ON co.'
GREAT RED LETTER SALE
Is now in full swing-a chance for
to buy-their Winter Clothing very cheap
A nice China Premium for a] 'L who buys
bill for the cash from us.
Ten thousand dollars worth of Shoes
to go at sacrifice prices, includimg a
large stock of the famous ,,Godman
Black Bottom Shoes for Ladies and
500 pairs of Shoes of all kinds, odd
lots, piled out on tables and sold regard
less of cost. See .us if you need Shoes,'
we need money and we must sell goods
Twenty thousand.. dollars worth of
Dry Goods of all kinds, by far the larg
est stock of Dr Y Goods in town, this
entire immense stock of Dry Goods go
on sale for the next 15 days at
IED LETTER PRICES.
Come to see us if you need Dry Goods
Yard-wide Sea Island Homespun at
5c. the yard; not more than 15 yards to
Good 5c. Calico at 3 1 2c the yard; not
more than 10 yards to a custome.
Negligee Shirts at 24c., 27c., 39c., and
48c. each, that you can't get elsewhere
near so cheap-see them.
A great slaughter sale of Ladie's
Walking Skirts and Short Jackets. It
will pay you to see this lot of Skirts and
One thousand dollars worth of Men's,
Boy's and Children's Hats and Caps put
in this sale at
I RED LETTER PRICES.
See our line of $1.25 Hats for Men, that
we will run in this sale at 98c. They
can't be beat.
Our line of Men's, Ladie's. and Chil
dren's Winter Underwear is the largest
we have ever shown..
If you are interested don't fail to see
our line of - Gents' heavy fleeced-lined
Vests at 45c. each, or 87c. per suit, Vest
and Draws to match.
Ovr great line of Ladie's Jersey-rib
bed Vests at 24c. each, or 47c. per suit.,
I FURNITUREa to m
Remember we have a large and splen
did line of Furniture and we are always
ready and anxious to do business on
I .close prices these hard times. Nice. Oak
Suits at $15 during this sale that seils
at $22, only $15 for the sale. Chairs,
Rocking Chairs, Sideboards, Chidoniers,
Lounges. Couches, Iron Beds, Bedroom
Suits, all put down at red letter prices.
W. E.. Jenkinson Co.
J . H. RIUBY'S
~"THE HOME OF GOOD GOODS." .
Our Dress Goods
Orpresent display of New Fall Dress Goods is the largest we__ -
Shave ever shown. The Store is brim full of the choicest weavesAnd
Scolorings in popular priced goods for the new season. Any price to
Ssuit your purse, 10c., 1.5c., 25c., 50c.. 75c., to $1.50 yard.
- For Underwear, Hosiery. etc., there is no better place' to buy
than right here with us. We can show you the best goods in the
Sright weight and at the right price. There is no better suit of Un
e derwear on the market for $1. the suit than the one we are showing.
Whether it is right or -wrong, it nevertheless is true, that to a
Sgreat degree we accept a man's dress as the insignia of his class and
Scharacter. That's why Schloss Bros. Co.'s Clothes are always worn
Sby men who realize the power of distinctive dress. We are showing
Sthe latest styles of this celebrated Clothin" -.
LOOK TO US" FO.HENWTHNS
THE YUNG EHABE, .
We~ *iv*Cah iscun Checks