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M ANNING. SC., . ILY 17, 1i0
Publishes All County and Town Of
SzAdvertisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MrST be in
this otlice by Saturday Noon in order to
insure Dublication the following week.
Don't Forget That W. E. Jenkinon CO.'s
Great Clearance Sale is Still On.
We are very anxious to close out
everything in Summer Goods. We
are always ready and anxious to
serve our: friends. Come right on,
we are ready to show you our bar
gains whether we sell you or not.
A nice present with every S5 worth
you buy at our store.
100 Dozen Negligee Shirts at 27c.,
39c. and 48c. each. Our 18e. Shirts
is the equal of anything ever saw at
75e., but we have a large lot of them
and we want to see them go.
A valuable present with every S5
you buy of us.
White Madras 1 yard wide and
heavy White Pique. 27 inches wide,
both at 12 1-2c. the yard, that will
cost you 20c. at any other place.
25 Boy's Knee Pants at 25c., 35c.
and 48c. from 4 to 16 years old. These
are some big values for the knee
A nice Premium with every pur
chase of $5 from us.
5000 yards of Sea-Island Homespun
very nice and smooth, 40 inches wide,
only 71-2c. in this sale.
2000 yards Buffalo-Brown Home
spun at 6 1-4c. in this sale.
Heavy Drill Homespun, the 10e.
grade, in this sale at 8 1-Sc.
W. E. JENKINSON CO.
Who of our friends will bring us the
largest watermelon this year?
Mr. and Mrs. D. Hirschmann -are in
New York to buy their fall stock.
Mit. and Mrs. J. M. Bradham left
Monday morning for Glenn Springs.
M iss Joe Hall entertained last even
ing in honor of Miss Zella Scarborough.
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Ervin have re
turned home from their pleasant trip
The Manning tobacco market will
commence regular sales on Thursday,
Mr. F. B. Moffett, after a ten-days
vacation, has returned to his post in
the post office.
Alderman H. B. Tindal of Greenville
spent the week end upon his plantation
Capt. W. C. Davis and wife left this
morning for Nova Scotia, Montreal and
other points in Canada.
Mrs. S. E. Ingram has returned
bome from a visit to her daughter Mrs.
F. E.- Harrison at Abbeville.
Miss Dora Lewnthal, of Georgetown,
is in Manning visiting the family of
her uhcle, Mr. A. Weinberg.
Messrs. J. L. Broadway and W. E..
Davis, of Davis Station, _have been tak
ing in Jamestown exposition.
Mr. W. F. Lyon, of Durham, N. C.,
buyer for The American Tobacco Co.,
is now on the Manning market.
Dies at her home near Paxville, last
Monday evening, Mrs. Nellie Hill, wife
of Mr. John R. Hill, aged about 40
Rlev. David M. Ramsey D. D., of the
Citadel Square Baptist church in
Charleston is conducting a protracted
service in Summerton this week.
County Commissioner B. P. Broad
way of Pinewood is on the "warpatb"
at Jamestown, while his wife is visiting
relatives at Wilmington.
Mrs. Perry Krasnoff and child are
visiting relatives at Goldsboro, N. C.,
and will be joined later by Mr. .Kras
noff to go to several northern citier.
Invitations are out announcing the.
coming marriage of Mr. W. E. Daniels
and Miss Margaret DuRant, at the to
be bride's home at Duflant on the
The town council will put brakes
upon the speed of automobiles, and
whilethey are at it, why not stop the
fast driving around the -street corners
Perry Krasnoff hit upon a nice plan
to advertise his business at the picnic
last Friday. He gave away an elegant
manicure~ set. Miss Maggie Woods
drew the lucky ticket.
The barn and stables of Mr. J. M.
Brogdon, near Brogdons were struck
by hightning Monday. The stables
with a large quanti-ty of produce were
burned-. oss about $1000.
The beneficiary appointment to the
South Carolina Medical College at
Charleston for this district went to
Marion Palmer of Charleston. Thcre
were several Clarendon applicants, but
as Clarendon had just had the appoint
ment we did not believe it would come
to this county this time.
One of our Manning Astor's has
patented a twine stand which, like his
real estate, he is waiting for some one
else to develope. This same genius
has real estate in town, if fertilized
would raise as good cow peas as ainy
land on the sand dunes of the Spark
man place, which is also being held for
development in the sweet bye and bye
If, after this week you find The
Times has not reached you, do not
blame the postmaster, put the blame
where it belongs, and that is upon
yourself for being several years in
arrears, and showing no disposition
whatever to pay this debt. The Times
is tired of losing money on people who
at as if they are in this world to get
the laoor of others for nothing. The
label oii your paper-will show you when
your time expired. and you owe us
from that date and we need the money.
THE TIMES editor regrets the pleas
ure he missed by his enforced absence
from the Manning-Salem picnic. He
was anxious to attend this affair so that
he could have an opportnnity to have a
heart to heart talk with the people of
Salem,and urge upon them the necessity
to bring their trade to the county seat.
There is always a healthy sign when
the people of a county take pride in
their capital. Manning is the county
seat and it belongs to the entire county,
as Columbia belongs to the State, and
Washington to the United States. All
things being equal. Manning should
have the preference in trade, because
as the county seat strengthens the
county grows stronger with it, weaken
the county seat and every portion of
the county is aiected.
While we plead with the people to
stand by the county seat we, at the
sametime, would not have them come
here to trade if our merchants do not
manifest an appreciative spirit. They
must offer inducements, they must sell
cheapetr than your nearer villages, they
must pay full market value for your
produce, and they must give such treat
mnent to the trade as to merit patronage.
All of which we believe they will do
The stockholders of the warehouse
company met last Saturday and com
pleted the organization by electin a
board of directors composed of theafoi
lowing: C. R. Sprott. Charltou Du
.Rant, J. U. Garland, J. I. Timuuns.
S. L. Krasnoll. W. E. Jenkinson, 11. 1.
Mims, and David Levi. They also made
Mr. E. D. Hodge president of the cot
ton association an ex-oflicio member of
the board of directors. The warehouse
is now an assured fact .ve believe, and
we also believe it is a wise.step for the
interests of farmer and merchant. The
officers of the institution will be elect
ed soon, and a call will be made for
the payment of '0 per cent. of the
stock. Some of the subscribers have
already paid in. The site will soon be
selected, and work begun on the build
ing. The board of directors are all
good business men, and the balance of
the 6.5,000 capital will be soon in hand,
in time to complete the warehouse for
this season's crop.
They Want Church Attendance.
The white ministers of this town made
an effort last Monday to induce the
merchants teclose their stores on Sat
urday nights at 9 o'clock. in order that
the merchants and their employees
may get a full night's sleep and be
rested on Sunday morning to attend
ehurch. A meeting was held in the
store of McL4od-Wilkins-King Co., but
the unanimous consent of the merch
ants could not be obtained and there
fore the scheme failed. There were
several opposed to this early closing
scheme. the main objector taking the'
position that he was a beginner in busi 1
ness, not yet having an established
trade, and that he could not afford to
lose the chance of making a sale, his
not being willing to be governed by
the majority caused one of the miits
ters to intimate that he should go to
some other town, which of course, was
not calculated to bring this young mer
,bant any nearer consenting to the
proposition. Then there were othe.s
who objected without giving any ex
pression at the meeting who claim that
he promises to close are not faithfully
2arried odt on the part of some who
are most conspicuous in wanting others
to close. They take advantage of those
who do close their stores to do business
just the same. Then some think the
early closing of the stores would not
have the effect these good preachers
are seeking, because, if the stores
losed earlier the young men instead of
oing home would seek recreation in I
the pool room or other pleasures. and
not get any more sleep than if the'
stores stayed open as now.
The night trade of this town is con
fined to the one night. Saturday. and
there are a class of neople who of
necessity are late in getting to the
stores because they do not get their
money until after night, and if the
tores are closed early many of these
would be inconvenienced. and it is this 1
class of trade the small merchant usu
ally gets, while the large merchant has
his established line of customers, and
can better afford to do without the
The failure of this closing scheme
is disappointing to those who desire it,
and some of them are saying hard
things about those who refuse, but
they should not do so, people have
rights which should be respected, and
if a small merchant feels that it is
against his interests to comply with
the wishes of others lie should not be
blamed, but rather commended for his
manliness to come out square and tell
the truth, rather than promise to close
and then run the backdoor traffic, with
runners out to gather in the trade
while the others are standing by their
ompact. It a man's right to run his,
business to his own notion, so long as
he keeps within the law of the land
and decency, anid no one has the right
to question him, if he choses to sell
goods until midnight Saturday night,
it is his privilege. It is not a part of
his business to provide means of recrea
tion for mnerchatnts and clerks who go
to church on Sundays and fall to sleep
because sermons possibly save not the
interest for them that the tinkling of
silver in cash draws has. If the preach
rs have any sleepy heads in their con-'
regation and want to keep them1
wake they might provide themselves
with nickles and dimnes to rattle in a tin
:an during their discourse, and if this
oes not have the desired effect,appoint
someone to whisper in the ear of the de
rout (?) sleeper that one of his compet
tors is selling goods at cut-rates, and
is drawing lots of trade. If this is done
there will be an awakening in that
Internded for Manning's Merchants.
The merchants of this town have the
responsibility of working up a trade
such as the county seat should have.
Will they measure up to itY Will our
merchants depend on waiting for the
other merchants to do the trade-mak
ing or will each one work hard and
sincerely for the common good? To
draw trade to a town does not simply
mean the placing of goods upon the
shelves, nor does it mean that A keeps
the same goods as B, but it does imean
that the goods kept must be what the
trade demands, and they must be sold~
at prices to induce people to come here
to buy. The merchant who buys the
very same goods that his neighbor buys
and holds them at a price which ca-usesi
neople to go elsewhere to buy is a I
drawback to the commercial progrcss
and it would be much better for the,
town if he gave up the mercantile busi
ness altogether. This town needs a
general awakening along commercial
lines, it needs more intelligence put
ito the purchasing, selecting and sell- I
ing of goods. The old time method of
doing business is a thing of the past,
there are other places where people
can buy, and the merchant who brings
goods to his store with the view that if
he cannot get a large protit for cash.
he can hold them for the credit trade. I
and make his profit then, will realize|
that his casb trade is gone and the
credit trade which will be collectable ;
will leave him also. The prospect for
a good crop was never better, and '
every it dication points to good prices,
therefore, if our merchants will go to
work with a view of drawing trade,
by making their prices an inducement,
we believe there will be a good busi
ness done this fall, but if the disposi
tion is to take ad vantage of the adver
tising, thrift, and energy of the mierch
ant who is straining every nerve to
draw trade, we can see the result now.
No one man can draw the trade to a
town, it requires the hard work of all.
and if all go at it as business men
should to convince the trading public
that the county seat nays more for cot
ton and 'obacco, keeps a good variety of
goods, a better variety than other
towns and sells them cheaper, the trade
will come, and while the profits will be
smaller, the volumin of business done
will be larger, and the aggregrate
Don't patronize the soda fountain too
often in hot weather. Don't till your
stomach with syrup, most of them adul
terated. Saccharated beverages are not
good for you, though they may be pala
table. You had better suck a small
piece of ice. But best of all, drink a
glassful of sour buttermilk. Your head
will be cleair,your though t will be clean,
your body wil exude sweet perspi
ration. Sweat all you can in this torrid
weather. A good' sweat is wvorth all
the medicine a doctor can tote in his
satchel. If you don't sweat you will in
all probability die. God pity the poor
invalid who has to take medicine to
cause sweat. The Lord decreed that
we should sweat; so sweat, and sweat
naturally. And after you swreat-wash.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
IDngata what you at
The Great Pienic.
E i; ,r Ti h . an Tw z nio
if you had told me before haud that
vou were unavoidably detained from
attending the Salem picnic last Friday
and asked me to write it up for you, I
might have observed thi m t-I ore
closely, and bees An i)osition to do the
occasion more justice. I am sorry you
were not able to be pre.sent. It was
certainly a great occasion. and would
have inspired vou to write one of your
best articles in describing it.
A3 the public art perhaps aware, the
idea of having thi- big picnic originat
ed with Supervisor McFaddin, to cele
brate the completion of the Black
River causeway on the new Salem
road. This road was projected some
two years ago, and about all of it has
been completed for more than a year
except the causeway. Supervisor
Dwens did a good deal of the work. but
he unpleasant task of completing the
mau;eway fell to the adminisiration of
Supervisor McFaddiu. The early part
>f this year the board of eunt-y comn
issioners concluded to have the work
:ompleted by coutract, to the lowest
esponsible bidder, and let out the
!ontract, but the party failed to comply
ith his bid. and Supervisor McFaddio
hen conceived the idea that the best
hing to do was to take the ebaingang
tnd keep them there until the cause
ay was completed.
After this momentous task was tin
shed he had a commendable desire to
et the people of Clarendon know what
iad been done, and no better way sug
e.sted itself than havina a grand pic
e celebration. fe enlisted the ap
)roval and cooperation of the mer
-hants of Manning in behalf of the
dea, and all hands agt eed to close up
tores last Friday and go to the picnic.
. ew men can see a dollar further, or
onceive an idea to improve a business
)pportunity quicker than "Billy" Jen
cinson, one of Manning's leading mer
:hants, so he fell into the scheme heart
Lnd soul, and through his energy and
fforts a sufficient fund was raised to
urnish ice cold lemonade and -:igatrs
ree for the entire crowd.
The picnic grounds were laid out in
he grove on the hill of the swamp, on
he Salem, side. and the undergrowth
ad been cut away and abundant seats
iad been provided, and a large hollow
;quare table erected. A magniticient
low of artesian water at the foot of the
ill, together with barrels of lemonade
Lnd Thames' soda water apparatus,
urnished abundant refreshments to all
,ho were not otherwise provided.
Some of the crowd from Manning
vent by private conveyances, while
nany went on the train via Alcolu, as
he Alcolu railroad had agreed to run
, special train for the occasion.
The crowd at the picnic is variously
stimated at from one to two thousand
)ut I should think there were from one
housand to twelve hundred people
)resent. The Manning people took
freat interest in the celebration with
be view of encouraging good felling
nd promoting trade interests between
,his town and .the people of the Salem
This northern prong of Black River.
hich is about a mile wide at this point
2ear Sardinia, has always been a great
arrier to travel this way with people
n the Sumter side of Salem, and the
.ompletion of the new road shortens
he distance to Manning something
.ike ive miles.
But to get back to the picnic proper
-it was a great occasion. Billy Jen
inson and R. D. Clark and Sam
Reardon and R. D. Cothran (proprietor
)f them "gem calf") were among tfhose
n the lemonade committee, together
with others from Salem who assisted
them, and they used every effort to
keep the crowd cool.*
The dinner was one of your old time
;preads, and this writer thinks that if
~nyone came away without getting a
plenty of cold drinks and good things
to eat, including barbecue, it was his
)n fault. In fact this writer has only
>ne criticism to make of the committee
>f arrangements. and that is, because
-hey did not provide and trake along a
gross of mentholatum for the crowd. to
kill the "cheegers" with.
After dinner the crowd wanted some
speeches, and began to cry lustily fo
the different "oracles" of the occasion,
most of whom responded in itting
terms of good feeling.
1. M. Woods, Esq., from a one-horse
wagon as an impromptu stage,introdue
ed the speakers. WV. E. Jenkinson
brought to our mind what we had read
of Webster. one reason being because
be was clean shaven like old Daniel,
and he scored a p)oint when in his pero
ration he took his eyes from his care
fully prepared mantuscript that "he
might not be able to make a great
speech on such a momentous occasion,
but that if you throw him behind the
drygools counter he would show how
he could speak.'
D. Hirschmann was also called for,
and did not tire the crowd speaking at
great length. Little David played on
the harp only long enough to thank
the crowd fer~ the good patronage he
had received, and hit the nail on the
head when lie told them "von kin line
me at C. M. Davis & Conmpany 'ole
When my friend lBlaney JTohnson was
introduced the crowd was so great
around him that I could only see his
gestures, but could not hear his words.
While he did well, ye 1 am satisfied
he spoke at some disadvantage, because
I can imagine he said, "yon know
how it is! pardner."
I did not hear Perry Krasnoti, but
suflicient to say that the "New Idea"~ is
oming to the front.
When E. D. Hlodge, president of the
otton growers- association, was called
for he responded appropriately also.
with his accustomned zeal.
Dr. Woods was addressing the crowd
when the clay pigeon shoot began
near by, and he could not hold the
rowd while the shooting was going on.
In the afternoon the days festivitives
ound up with a good g.ame of hall
between Workman and Sardinia, the
former being the winnars, G to 0.
All in all the day was a most pleasant
one. The crowd was large, genial and
good natured, several hundred ladies
gracing the occasion by their presence,
and not an incident happened to mar
the harmony of the occasion. It is be
ive tha a gre deal of good feeling
..as promoted, which will enure to the
bentrit of both the people of Manning
aund those of Salem hy be-ingiug about
closer and miore friend ly business rela
tions. .1. IT. ..
Early Closing Movement.
At the c;1l of the pastors of the town
the merchants of Manning met on Mon
day afrernoon at. four o'clock to agree
on some earlier hour for closing their
stores on Saturday evening. The fol
lowing merchauts rubscribed their
names agreeing to lock up their stores
promptly at ten o'clock every Saturday
night beginning -st Saturday in
Manning Hardwari C.
P. 1B. \1ouzon.
S. R Venninr.
M. M. Krasnotf.
W. E. Jenkin: on.
Levi Mercantile (o.
W. E. Brown & Co.
The Manning Grocery Co..
Dickson Hardware Co.
L ,. Wells & Co.
W. M. Brockiriton.
McLeod, Wilkins. Ki ng Co.
J. H. Rig by.
The Arant Co.. Drug Store.
S. L. Krasnotf.
.A citizens of Manning we wish to
express our hearty appreciation to the
above merchants In starting a move
ment for the best interest of the gen
eral public, a movement that would be
helpful to both the merchants and en
tire community. Some of the merch
ants whose names do not appear are
out of town. All but two others of the
merchants who are in town have signed
We trust that in the next issue we can
report the list complete.
A. R. WoODSON,
1). A. PHILLIPS,
C. A. WATERS.
Our Supervisor Commended.
It. EDrToR:-\Vill you please allow
ile Space in your paper to give credit
where credit is deserved. On Friday
of last week I went with many others,
to the big Manning-Salem picnic to
meet and greet the people of Salem at
the new Black River crossing at Sar
dinia. Some fifteen hundred of us were
there and spent a very pleasaat day eat
ing,drinking, listening to speeches and
inspecting the new road that now
brings people within three miles of
each other who were, heretofore, sep
arated by a dozen miles or more. The
new road through that country opens
up to The oublic fine lands along this
swamp that before were not known or
heard of. Part of this causeway was
built last year by Supervisor Owens
who left about seven hundred yards of
the road to be completed when our new
supervisor was elected. The county did
not want the supervisor from the old
roads,which so much needed his atten
tion, and asked for bids so they could
contract the work, but the party that
secured the work failed to carry out his
obligation so the supervisor decided to
take his force and complete the road,
the result of which we have a better
road than a contractor would have
given us and a save of about two thou
sand dollars. I feel sure that. if the
people of this county will encourage and
assist Mr. McFadden as we should, we
will have good bridges and roads
throvgh out our county.
D. M. BRADHAM.
War Against Consumption
All nations are eudeavoring to check
the ravages of consumption, the "white
pleague" that claims so many victims
eacb year. Foley's Honey and Tar cures
coughs and colds perfectly and vou are
in no danger of consumption. Do not
risk your health by taking some un
kcown preparation when Foley's.Honey
and Tar is safe and certain in results.
The genuine is in a yellow package.
The A rant Co. Drug Co.
... .. - BUSINESS LOCALS.
Saratoga Chips, 18e box at The Man
ning Grocery Co.
Our 50c mixed Tea is the biggest
value obtainable. The Manning Gro
Wrapping Twine for tying tobacco
25c per pound, next to postoffice.
Abrams Bargain Store.
If its Whitman's "Super Extra"
or Bon Bons its the best money can
buy. The Manning Grocery Co.
Those Curtice Jams are all the go
assorted Fruits strictly pure in 11b
jars 15e at The Manning Grocery Co.
We now have 125,000 oir about five
car loads of Drawn Cypress Heart
Shingles, these are the best made.
Legg & Hutchinson.
"Satsuma" the aeme of perfection in
Tea. Specially blended for icing 75c
the nound, r'eally worth twice the
money. The Manning Grocery Co.
We have coming another car of that
tine Meal and Grits which has pleased
so much and made us dozens of new
customers. Legg & Hutchinson.
if you need a new Wagon for hauling
your tobacco to market, we have them
and we will meet competition of any
man's town. Legg & Hutchinson.
Don't wait until y:ou have a bad case
of fever, but come quick and buy a
barrel of our Lime already slacked for
disinfecting, 81.10 per barrel. Legg
& 1I utchinson.
Bring your tobacco to Mannmng and
then come and let us show you our
stock of Flour, Meat. Grits, Sugar,
Rice and Lard. aiso Corn, Oats and
Ground Feeds. We do not sell less
quantities than sacks or barrels. Legg
Sole agency for Whitman's delicious
Chocolates and Confections. We carry
three grades of these goods in pounds
and halves at 50, 00 and SO c. pound.
Every box contains guarantee of qual
ity and freshness, and is returnable if
not absolutely satisfactory in every re
spect. The Mdanning Grocery (Jo.
The Meat Markets will have Market
h ours, they will be closed from twvo
o'clock until Jive p. mu., every day ex
CLARK & HUGGINS.
MESSRS. SLAUGHTER, LOYNS AND
Gentlemen:-We are glad to welcome
vou back in our midst for the comning
tobacco season, and trust that your
stay will be both pleasant and profitable.
There two main reasons why your stay
here this season should be profitable.
1. The pirospects for a crop are bet
ter than they have ever been.
2. Our local warehousemen are
sparing no money and pains to make
our market second to none in the State.
Now to the gist of our letter. Since
you all left us last season we have
establishe-d a Fire Insurance Agency,
representin-z nothing but the best old
line companies, and we would respect
fully ask for our agency a careful con
sideration before placing your insur
ance. We are fully able to take the
very best carec of your business and
wll appreciate it.
Yours for Protection,
.1ENoINSON & HORTON.
Kodo! Dyspepsia Cure
Digests what you eat.
rier yanr Jonh Work to The Times office
Convalescents need a large amount of nourash
ment in easily digested form.
Scott's Emurlsion is powerful nourish- .
It makes bone, blood and muscle without
putting any tax on the digestion.
ALL DRUGGISTS; SOc. AND $1.00.
BEST COODS. HONEST PRICES.
NEW STOCK OF
FRESH RUTA BAGA AND TURNIP SEED
ORANGEBURG COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE,
Ph nORANGEBURG, S. C.
Perhaps no other school in the State has had such
X Remarkable Growth in the last few years. If you are
seeking the best school for your boys and girls at a mod
erate cost send at once for a copy of our
BEAUTIFUL NEW CATALOGUE.
It will greatly please you. Largest Co- Educational
Boarding School in the State. Fourteen- teachers. Ad
W. S. PETERSON, President, S. C. '
Spartariburg, S. C.
HENRY NELSON SNYDER, M. A., LITT. D., LL. D. PRESIDENT -
Ten Departments-Gymnasium under competent director. Ath
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g year begins September 18, 1907. For catalogue address
.. A. GAIMEWELL, Secretary.
WOFFORD COLLEGE FITTING SCHOOL.,
Spartanburg, S. C.
Three New Brick Buildings. Steam Heat and Electric Lights,
W Individual attention to each student. Next session begins September
0 18, 1907. For catalogue and information address
A. M. DuPREE, Headmaster.
SREMEMBER that when you want anything
in Desirable Merchandise you can
-~ get it at R IGBY'S.
~REMEMBER that from now on we begin.
clearing out all Summer Goods at
a saving to you of from 25 to 50 %
-~ per cer~t.
SREMEMBER to come here for a Pair of ~
Ladie's, Gents' or Children's Oxfords
if you want to save 50 75c. on the
SREMEMBER that we are closing out all
l0c. Lal. Lawns at 8 1-3c. All 12
l-2c. ones for l0c. 300 yards of
Colored Batestes, the 7 l-2c. kind,
for Sc. the yard.
?REMEMBER that we are selling all 25 and
35c. Mulls. Crepe. Chiffon, Etc.. at
19c. the yard.
SREMEMBER that we have a few more of
the Gauze Vests worth 10c. that we
are selling for Sc. each.
The Young Reliable,
U. H. R IGBY.I
~ring Youir Job Printing to The Times.
MANNING, S. C.
FOR THE SALE OF
is now ready to take care of
your Tobacco. Buyers will
be in in a few days. If you
need some money, bring
some lugs, we'll treat. you
R. D. CLARK, Prop.
Give us a Call.
Summnerton, S. C.
AND BIRTHDAY PRESE'N'S,
Just received a select assortment of the
famous Quaker City
Consisting of Ambrosia Bowls, Berry Bowls,
Carafes, Celery Dishes, Powder and Puff
Jars, Bon Bon Dishes. Cologne Bottles, Nap
pies, Tumblers, Toothpick Holders. etc., etc.
Having purchased direct from mnanu
facturers we shall offer the. above at very
attractive prices. We invite comparisons
both as to quality and prices. That's all.
TH MANNING GR0CEY G0.,
WHERE GOOD THINGS ABOUND.
Chicora College for Young Women
GREENVILLE. S. C.
Ae byhrist ome Shol An1 ofg .Grade C'ollege. Owned and Contro!
Expressor nd Buiness. Elegan buidns an rounds worth S50,0. Aod
e'n Conveniences. Handsome Auditorium. Large~ Pipe Organ. Healthful chi
ed in (A) and Tuiion for Msic Art, orExpressionee 180300. (B lesn uin
ex et session begis September the 19th, 1907. For catalogue and infor
W. P. HAWKINS & COMPANY
has just received a carloaid of the Celebrated
This is the best Bggy soldi this section of thie Stt and
and have onhand a complete line of Harness, Whips, Etc. They
also have on hand
The Piedmont Wagon.
All sizes, and which tnhe aso wset to te equal,C if nt er
the"wn in**eed ofood vehicles.