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\I NNING S. C. Fl B. 19. 1908.
Pub!i.hes All Countv and Town Of
Adverisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MCST be in
this otffce by Saturday Noon in order to
insure vubiication the following week.
W. E. JENKINSON Co.
Mr. G. L. Thames is laid up this
week with the grippe.
.Jiss Estelle Connor of Greeleyville
is visiting friends in Manning.
Mr. L. D. Player has accepted a posi
tion in the frieght depot at Charleston.
The continuous rains for five days
last week interfered greatly with farm
Mr. Fred Wilcox and family, of Flor
ence, are visiting Mr. J. W. McLeod's
Ir. David Register, of Columbia,
spent several days in Manning during
the past week.
Mrs. Samuel Leard, of Richmond,
Va., is visiting her daughter, M2rs. G.
Mr. J. S. Burgess, one of Salers
prominent young men, is in Manuing
Died in 'Manning last Sunday nizht,
infant son of Sheriff E. B. Gamble,
aged six weeks
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Leard, of Rich
mond, Va., were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
G. H. Huggins last week.
Ir. Tom Baker, a prominent young
business man of Raliegh, N. C., has
been in Manning on business this week.
Messrs. Harmon Moise, J. H. Clifton,
A. B. Stucky, and L. D. Jennings. of
the Sumter bar, are here attending1
cour. this week.
The ladies of the Jordan community
will give an oyster supper at the'acad
emy on Friday night, the proceeds to be
applied to the hospital fund.
M~r. Wilson Dickson is having ma
terial hauled for the erection of a neat
residence in the grove adjoining the,
home of M1r. J. Elbert Davis.
MIr. J. W. 3McLeod is arranging to
build two new store rooms on the lot
above the McLeod-Wilkins-King Co.'s
store. Mrs. Schirm has moved her
little store off the lot to the Levi alley
across the street.
The Manning firemen enjoyed to the
utmost their annual festivities at the
Gem Cafe last Friday night. All the
boys had a good time, and according to
the fullest reports obtainable they all
got home before mnorning.
Mrs. Mortimer Hawkins returned
last night to her home in Florida after
a visit of several weeks to her father's
family. She was accompanied by her
sister Miss Annie MlcRoy, who will
spend a few months in the land of
There will be a general cleaning up
of Oak Grove cemetery, east of Man
ning, on February 27th, 1908. All those
enterested or have relatives buried
there are invited to come and bring
the proper tools. P. E. Ridgeway,
C'hairman Board Trustees.
Hon. D. M. Bradham declines to be
a candidate for re-election to the offce
of Mayor in the coming municipal elec
tion. 'He has served uninteruptedly
for the, past six years, and is now
willing to turn over the job to some
one else. Who will be the next mayor'
M~r. Trabue Barksdale, of Sumter,
representing the Standard Oil Co., was
in Mianning last Monday. He was look
ing into the complaints about the qual
ity of oil sold in this market. claiming
that the trouble was possible mainly
due to inferior lamp burners. Incident
ally he took steps to insure that only
the standard quality should be stored
in the tank at this place.
MIr. G. Herbert Sass, for many years
Mlaster in Equity in Charleston, died
last week after a brief illness. Mir. Sass
was a man of exceptional learning and
culture, and was held in the highest
esteem by all who could anpreciate his,
worth. He was for a number of years;
the literary editor of The News and
Courier, and his contributions, espec
ially book reviews, were regarded as
About a month ago some telephone
linemen cut down a number of branches
from shade trees on the streets in thei
upper part of town. This was done tol
clear the way for the wires, and was
probably all right enough, but some
people think the brush should have
been taken off the streets and side
walks by this time It really is not very
pleasant to get tangled up in a stiff oak
brush in the night time, and besides
such things are not very ornamental in
The Women's Home Union Mlission
Society of the Mlethodist church will
hold its regular monthly meeting at
the parsonage next Friday, 21st,instant,
at 4 o'clock. This meeting closes the
fiscal year. so we hope a full attendance
partie'ularly, as it is time for the elec
tion of ofticers for the ensuing year.
The members who are in arrears will
please be prepared to pay up and thus
save the treasure the trouble of calling
for it at their home. Subject for the
month, '-Enlarged Opportunities."
Senator A. C. Latimer was taken sud
denlv ill in Washington last Sunday.
It was thought to be an attack of ap
pendicitis, but when operated upon in
Providence hospital it was found to be
a case of peritomitis. A guarded prog
nosis was given, but the patient held
his own fairly well until Tuesday after
noon when he took a turn for the worse
and members of his family were sum
moned to his bedside. Mir. Latimner
rallied. however, and the immediate
danger of a fatal termination passed,
but it was regarded late last night that,
the patient was still in a critical condi
Too much lraise cannot be given a
M. Turner for engaging the Schuber
Symphony Club and Lady Quartette o
Chica"o t'o appear here on February 2
This company is in its tenth year 0
success, and is acknowledged every
where to be the most up-to-aate Musi
ea Compainy travelling. Everybo.
lIke., music and everybody enjoys
heartv laugh. A delightful blendini
1 of pure fun and line music is one reasoi
why the above company has won it
way to the top notch of public esteem.
iThe Executive Committee of th
Clarendon County Charxity Hospita
Association propose to have a sale o
useful articles in the near future t
help alon- the fund that is being raise
to build said hospital The ladies wh<
so kindly promised to furnish thes<
articles. and have not already done so.
will please send them in, in the nex
two weeks. Time of sale will be ar
MRS. S. 'M. SPQOTT, Pres.
MRs. CHAs. B. GEIGER. Sec.
The Circuit Court.
After the close of our report of the
circuit court last. week there was bu
little business done on the crimina
side. In the case of the State agains1
Rioland Laws. indicted for highway
robbery and larcenv, the defendant,
who was out on bond failed to appeai
when called. whereupon a bench war
rant was ordered for his arrest. A
bench warrant was also issued for Tomr
Davis, who was presented by the grand
jury for carrying concealed weapons.
The court of common please wai
opened Thursday morning and adjourn
ed Friday afternoon to re-convene
The first case tried was that of Eliza
beth McPhail against the Tutonia Fire
Insurance Company. a suit for the re
covery of a fire loss. Mr. John H. Clif
ton of Sumter. and Davis & Weinberg
represented the plaintiff and Mr. Lee,
of Smyth, Lee & Frost, Charleston, ap
peared for the defense. The jury re
turned a verdict for the plaintitt for
$600, the amount claimed.
The next cases to be tried were two
suits ot S. L. KrasnotY against the
Northwestern Railroad Co., in which
damages were claimed for the loss of
freighzt. The plaintiff was represented
by Davis & Weinberg and the defend
ants by Joseph F. Rhame. The jury
found for the plaintiff in both cases
including statutory )enalty for failure
The next case was that of Sallie M1c
Call against M. N. Langston. a suit for
balance due on rent. S. Oliver 0' Bryan
for the plaintiff and J. MeSwain Woods
for the defendant. The jury returned
a verdict for the plaintiff.
Court re-convened Monday morning
and all that day and yesterday were
consumed in the trial of the case of
Johnson and others against Kelley.
The plaintiffs were representen by
Davis & Weinberg and the defendant
by A. B. Stuckey, J. H. Lesesne, A.
Levi and Charlton DuRant. This was
an action by the sisters of the late Bill
Kelley to recover a piece of land. It ap
pears thatibaout 1869 Bill Kelley mar
ried a Miss Barrett, and sometime
afterwards went to Georgia, where he
married again, claiming that he had
obtained a divorce from wife No. 1.
He lived with wife No. 2 for sometime,
and in the meanwhile wife No. 1 died,
leaving a son. After this Kelley mar
ried a third time. The question in the
case was whether Kelley was legally
divorced from wife No. 1, was the mar
riage with wife No. 2 legal, and was
the son of wife No. 1 a legitimate son
of Bill Keiley? At the last term of
the court, when this case was first
tried, the jury decided that there was
no divorce, and disagreed as to the
legitimacy of the son. At the conclu
sion of the case this week, the jury de
cided that the boy was a legitimate son
of Bill Kelley.
Notice to Our Subscribers.
The new regulations of the Post
office Department says unless- sub
scriptions are expressly renewed af
ter the term for- which they are paid
they shall not be counted in the list
of legitimate subscribers, and copies
mailed on account thereof shall not
be accepted at the second class
postage rate of one cent a poun d,
but may be mailed at the transient
second class postage rate of one cent
for each four onnees or fraction
thereof. prepaid by stamps affixed.
THE TIMEs has been very lenient
with its subscribers. Some of them
are several years behind, but the pa
per is still being sent to them. This
policy will now have to be changed,
as the postoffice department says all
papers not paid for cannot be sent
through the mail free within the
county as heretofore, but will have
to be~ fully prepaid with stamps
affixed. We cannot afford to pay
the postage that would be charged
and paste stamps on -papers of those
that are in arrears, as it would cost
us more than we would get from such
~VWe will be compelled to drop the
names of all subscribers who do not
pay up by the first of April, which is
the limit set by the Postoffice De
partment. We would advise sub
scribers to come or send in and ar
range the matter at once before the
rush sets in. We have no option in
the matter, but must obey orders of
the Postoffice Departmenit, and we
hope we will have the cooperation of
all. Look at your label and see how
A Card From Mayor Bradham.
Editor The Manningt Times
I have decided not to become a can
didate for mayor in the coming muni
cipal election, and take this oppor
tunity of thanking my many faithful
friends who hate so loyally supported
me for mayor for the past six years. I
have tried at all times to do my duty as
I saw it. and I desire to thank the Al
dermen who have so faithfully aided
me in the duties of that office. I hope
that my successor may have as good and
loyal men to hold up his hands as I
have had. I also thank the clerk and
marshals for the part they have had in
making my duties the lighter
In this connection I desire to say for
the benefit of the community in gen
eral, and particularly to those who only
a short time ago were so much inter
ested in the town's tinances, that all
the notes given to the bank for money
to tide us over the dull summer
months have been paid. Besides, we
have bored a lot of artesian wells, put
in a dozen or more of under ground
cisterns, put in electric lights all over
town, and a lot of other inprovemnents:
besides kept up the cur-rent expenses
of the town. We have successfully in
stalled an up-to-date tire department.
with a nice pair of horses and various
Now it is our- desire to tur-n over- tne
town to the coming mnayor and alder
men entirely out debt, with a five mill
tax, being an inecase fr-om a two mil.
tax for this vear- oni-.
Again thanking all who have aided
me in the pet-formiance of the trying
duties of the omeie. I am
Yours vet-v sincerely.
D). M. BRADHAM.
Stop that tickling cough: Dr. Shoop's
Cough Cure will sur-ely stop it. and witi
p~erfect safety. It is so thoroughlt
ha-mless that Dr. Shoop tells mother-:
to use nothing else even with vera
oung babies. The wholesome greer
leaves and tender stems of a lhog heal
ing mountainous shrub furnish the cur
ative properties to Dt-. Shoop's Cougl
Cue. It calms the cough and heal
the sensitive btronch ial membranes
No opium, no chloroform. nothinx
hash used to injure or' suppres. De
mani. Dr. Shoop's. Take no other. WV
MELONS IN STORAGE.
How a Rural J. P. Decided a Suit B.
Problems worthy of Solomon's acu
men nro often submitted to these rural
arbitrators. justices of the peace. In
the Macon county (Mo.) archives is a
case of this sort:
Timothy Kain. a farmer of Easley
township. set out some watermelon
Vines which grew so luxuriously that
they trespassed upon the field of his
ne("ihbor''t.-lix llopper. When garner
ill" tim 101w K1ins attempt to har
VeSt hIJ Is ruLway V'product was rebuked
by iopper and his shotgun. The con
troveUrSy got into court, and Squire
Willimu Easley, for whom the town.
s11p was anauned. was asked to decide
the ownership of ten watermelons
worti 15 cents apiece. The lawyers
for Kain read books to show that his
rights of property followed the vines
clear into the next county should they
travel so far. Hopper's lawyers pro
duced equally sound reading to prove
that Hopper was entitled by law to
anything that camped on Lis premises.
It wasn't Hopper's fault, they said, if
the vines wanted to spread out and go
visiting. Ile had the same right to
them that he would have to a colony
of honeybees that might get tired of
beiig with Kain and concluded to move
over and make honey for Hopper.
Sqiuiro Easley let the lawyers spout
until they had read througL all their
books; then he arose to his six feet
"Mitchell has read books that make
It absolutely certain them melons be
long to Kain. I hadn't any doubt in
the world about that till Guthrie here
got up and turned Mitchell's law bot
tom side up. There's no question but
what there's enough law in the books
for both Kain and Hopper, and that
ought to make 'em happy. The court
decides under the circumstances that
with the law deciding both ways there's
nothing to do but to hand out justice
as he sees it. The judgment of the
court is that those are Kain's melons"
"Thank you, your honor," said Mitch
ell, arising and bowing.
-"but tuat he'., indebted to Hopper
20 cents apiece for storage," finished
"But, your honor," said Mitchell in
I dignantly, "you can't do that. They
haven't filed any claim for storage.
Besides. you're allowing them more
for their melons than they're worth on
"The court will take judicial notice
of the defendant's rights, offset or no,"
said Squire Easley, with some asper
ity. "And your own evidence shows
Hopper was diligently guarding Kain's
property for him. That's worth some
"Guarding it' y
"Yes. Kain himself testified Hopper
was there with a shotgun when he
climbed over the fence."-Kansas City
Don't miss the Fiddlers Convention
at Institute Hall Friday night.
New car of fine Mules just arri-ved at
D. -M. Bradham's. Come quick and
get your pick.
Eggs for Saie-S. C. Brown Leg
horns, the best layers-S.00 for set
ting of 15. Apply to A. I. Barron.
Ye Old Tyme Fiddlers Convention at
Institute Hall Friday evening Febru
Tbe place to get your money's worth
in Mules and Horses is D. M. Brad
Horses, Mules, Buggies, Wagons and
Harness, all of the better class and at
the lowest prices. D. M. Bradham.
Wanted-Thirty buyers at my stable
Saturday for car Tennessee Mules.
D. M. Bradham.
Come and see the Old Confederates
play their before war melodies at In
stitute Hall Friday night.
If you need a Mule see D. M. Brad
ham before buying. He can suit you
in quality and price.
Those fine Mules you saw going out
were bought from D. M. Bradham, and
he has more of the same class.
For Rent Chean-A nice 4 horse farm
near town, with good dwelling, out
ouses, and tobaceco barn. Apply to
Dr. JT. A. Cole, Manning, S. C.
Lost-On Saturday. a week ago, one
gold cuff button, on the streets of Man
ning. Finder will please leave at THE
MANNING TIES office and get reward.
-The Ed win R. Weeks Comedy Com
pany comes highly recommended by
the press, and should be well patron
ized next Tuesday night, 25th, at Insti
For Sale-A neat 4-room cottage with
1-acre lot in the town of Paxville, S. C.
Any information will be cheerfully
given by writing or applying to P. C.
Bradham, Johnsonville. S. C.
Possibly one of the best attractions
the Lyceum will put on here this sea
son will be the Edwin R. Weeks Co.
at Institute Hall Tuesday night, Feb
ruary 25th. Don't fail to go out.
Tickets on sale for the Fiddlers Con
vention at The Manning Pharmacy and
W. E. Brown & Co's Drug Store, Re
served seats 50c, general admission 35c,
Wanted-Cow Peas-We are pay
ing the highest market price for
sound Peas. In replying state quan
tity you have and price wvanted. The
H.~G. Leiding Co., Charleston, S. C.
Notice is hereby given that the
books are now onen for the registration
of voters in the comning municipal elec
tion to be held in April, 1908. Mr. .
Y. Jackson has been appointed Super
visor of Registration. [tf
D. M. BRADHAM, Mayor,
E. J. B3ROWNE, Clerk.
Prescribes Dr. Blosser's Catarrh Remedy.
Dear Sirs-I first used your Catarrh Cure in
the case of my son, who had chronic naso-phar
yngeal catarrh. with great beaetit to him. I
of tea prescribe it for oter of my patients, and
I think it is quite the finest remedy for catarrh
that has ever been placed on the market.
Thanking you ror past favors. I am.
Y'ours v'ery truly.
M. J. D. DASTZLER,. M. T.,
Elloree. S. C.
Dear Sir's--Your medicine is winning fast in
tis country. It has effected some remarkable
cures. I do not k'now' that it has failed in one
instance where i t has been fairiy tried.
Vecry trulv yours.
Ray. T. H. ALLEN.
Dr. Biosser's Catarrh Remedy is for sale by
H. R. Itoger. Manning. S. C. A month's treat
ment for $1.00. A free sample for the asking.
A postal card will bring it by mail.
Notice of Discharge.
1 will apply to the Judge of Probate
for Clarendon county, on the 19th day
Iof March. 190S, for letters of disch arge
as Administratr'ix of the estate of
1Frank M. Stukes, deceased.
SARAH I. GRIFFIN,
Pine";ood, S. C., February 18, 1908.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
Cigests what you oat.
AGE NO BAR.
E verybody in South Carolina is Elig
Old people stooped with suffering,
Middle age, courageously fighting.
Youth protesting impatiently;
Children, unaole to explain;
All in misery from their kidneys.
Only a little backache first.
Comes when you catch a cold.
Or when you strain the back.
Many complications follow.
Urinary disorders, diabetes, Bright's
Doan's Kidney Pills cure backache.
Cure every form of kidney ills.
J. W. Powell, proprietor of a gener.l
store and coal, wood and ice dealer of
Waverly, living at 2010 Blanding St.,
Columbia S. C., says: "My son has been
afflicted with kidney and urinary trou
ble from childhood, being unable to
control the secretions especially when
asleep, since using Doan's Kidney Pills
he has entirely recovered."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50c.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New
York, sole gents for the United States.
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no, other.
Struthers & Wells Engines and
Boilers, new and second-hand. Ser
eant Rack and Cable feed Saw
Mills. Queen of the South Grist
Mills. The famous Stover Gasoline
Engines, carload in stock of all sizes.
And a full line of rebuilt machinery,
including Engines, Boilers, Saw and
Shingle Mills of all sizes and makes.
Correspondwith us and save your
self money. We make a specialty
of trading new and rebuilt second
The Sumter Ion Works,
Samter, S. C.
TheState of South Carolina
County of Clarendon.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Kate M. Duncan, Plaintiff,
ilas J. Wilds and E. W. Dix, De
SUMMONS FOR RELIEF.
ro the Defendants above named:
You are hereby summoned and re
uired to answer the Complaint in
;his action, of which a copy is here
with served upon you, and to serve
L copy of your Answer to the Com
plaint on the subscribers at their of
Ice, 120-122 North Main street. in the
aity of Sumter, S. C., within twenty
lays after the service hereof, exclu
;ive of the day of such service; and
[f you fail to answer the complaint
within the time aforesaid, the plain
iff in this action will apply to the
Donrt for the relief demaided in the
Dated January 1st, A. D. 1908.
LE E & MOISE,
To the Defendant Silas J. Wilds:
Take Notice: That .the Summons
and Complaint in this action were
duly fied In the office of fhe Clerk of
said Court on the 14th day of Jann
LEE & MOISE,
W H EN YOU COME
TO TOWN CALL AT
W EL LS'
S HA VING SALOON
Which is fitted up with an
eye to the comfort of hit.
e'isto::ersi. -. . . .
IN ALL STYLES,
SH AVING AND
SH A MPOOING
lone with neatness. and
,lixipatch... .. .. ..
.4 cordial invitation
la extended. .
- J. L. WVELLS.
Manning Times Block.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
George Gaymon, Octavis Gaymon, Ben
iamin Gaymon,DavisGaymnon, Thomas
Gaymon, Susanna Griffin, Feiix Gay
mon, Mary Martha Gaymon, Plain
Margaret Gaymon, Charles Gaymon,
R-any N. Gaymnon, Defendants.
To The Defendants:
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint in this
action, of which a copy is herewith
served upon you, and to serve a copy of
your answer to the said complaint on
the Subscriber at Summerton, S. C.,
within twenty days after the service
hereof, exclusive of the day of such
service; and if you fail to answer the
complaint within the time aforesaid,
the plaintiffs in this action will apply
to the Court for the relief demanded in
J. J. CANTEY,
Counsel for Plaintiffs.
The defendant Rany N. Gaymon will
hereby take notice that the Summons
and Complaint in the above entitled
action was ifiled in the office of the
Clerk of Court for the County aforesaid,
on the 11th day of January, 1908.
J. J. CANTEY,
January 11, 1908.
Sound, hut not entirely pure; a little
mixed at the gin. Forty cents per
bushel f.o.b. Jorilan.
J. C. GRAHAM.
Jordan, S. C.
Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar
Cres all Coughs, sad expels Colds from
the system by gently moving the bowels.
Bring to The yonr Job Work Times offie.
eBil-trite and Steadfast 0
The Shoes of quality. Buy a
pair from us and get Shoe satis
faction. The bdst Shoes on earth
for the money.
e Big.., broad values in Men's ande
e Boy's Hats and Caps, Men's ande
e Women's Heavy Fleeced Under-e
e wear, Etc.
Bigr, broad values in Embroid
eries, Laces, etc.
Big, broad values througbout
the entire stock.
e We are making preparationse
e for big spring business and wve
a want your trade. We will show
e you the finest Line of Springe
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BANK OF CLARENDON, Manning, S. C.
We solicit your banking business. it is to your interest to
patronize this safe and strona bank, Four years of con
suued growth and operation without the loss of as much
as a dollar, speaks for itself, does it not?
We want to be your bankers, if you are not already a
customer, come and see us about it and tell us why. If
you are, come and see us anyhow. It is never too late to
i~ o a gyood thing for yourself.
Interest Paid on Savings Deposits.
BANK OF CLARENDON, Manning, S. C.
Good Bye to Winter.
Our Spring Shoes are already coming in, and we
have advices from the factories that our whole magnifi
cient Spring Stock is about ready for shipment. We will
need the room, and most especially, the hard :ash, so
in order to have both the room and the "Shinola," we
are going to
on Shoes for February that we know will move taem.
Large Line of Children's Shoes to go in tfiis Cut
Large Line of Men's heavy work Shoes at prices
cheaper than our neighbors can buy them.
The only exclusive Shoe Store in Ma ining.
SW5 M. TURNER SHOE ?0.
You to let us sell you $1.50 worth of merchandise
The plain, simple truth of the matter is, we
want to reduce our Winter Goods to the lowest
Spossible ebb before March 1st, and in order to do
so we make this
SSpecially Attractive Offer,
Swhich lholds gdod on all our winter merchandise,
$1.50 worth of merchandise for $1. Think about
it, and we ask you to see for yourself before you
Sbelieve it. Make us prove it, we'll be glad to do it.
SWe realize it's a Big. Reduction, and you will too
whnyou get your $1.50 worth for S1.
S For instance: 4 yards of 50c. Dress Goods for
815;4 heavy fleeced Undershirts, 50c. kind, for
S You know the stock we carry and you know~ the
quality. You know values when you see t iem.
SThe only true value is when you get quality and
Sp rices that are right. Let us prove this to you.
SSeeing is believing.li
S We invite your inspection. Compare the goods
and prices with others before purchasing.
SExtra Specials Until. All Sold.
One lot 50c., 75c., $1 and $2 Corsets, asserted
sizes and styles, at 39c. each.
One lot Steel Rod Umbrellas, 28-inch siza, at
-One lot $1, $1.25 and $1.50 Shoes, 50 pair ini lot,
lat 50c. pair.
90-inch Linen Sheeting, worth $1.25 yarc, re
~duced to 87tjc. yard.
50--cent Butchers Linen at 37jc. yard.
Splendid quality Dress Linen, yard-wide, for
S Yard-wide Linen Lawn, extra nice quality, at __
S11-4 Blankets, splendid value, at 85c. pair.
Yard.wide Sea Island, nice smooth qual ey, a
10c. value, for 7c. yard.
I AAAyards Bleach Domestic, same ecunt.
.1. ~J.J~ as Androscoggin, yard-wide g.oods,
1at 10c. yard. Ten yards to customer.
THE YOUNG RELIABLE,
R J.N. RIGBY.
No Goods Char'ged at These Fices.
TO THE TiMES OFFICE.