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MANNING. S. C., APRIUL 15, 1908.
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The anacgenzent of The
Times will hereafter .o
over the rnailing lists every
week, and without further
notice every suTbscription in
arrears over one year will
be stricken off. This is done
in compliance with the
vostal regulations.So watch
the label on The Times, it
will tell you when your
Dr. J. T. Stukes of Lloyd, Fla., is in
Manning visited his parents.
Telegram i'eceived that Doctor
Broughton will not be here tonight.
The bids for the court house. school,
and county bonds were opened today.
Don't fail to hear Sterling at Insti
tute hall Friday night. April 24, at 8:30.
Postoffice Inspector J. H. Irving
spent today in Manning, on official
Mr. J. E. DeMars has accepted a sit
uation with the Armour Packing Co.,
Out of 287 names cut off from our
subscriptions lists last week 40 have
already come back, paid un and re
Married near Bishopyille on Wed
nesday March 18th by Rev. Hay, Mrs.
Fannie McElveen and Mr. L. D.
Vaughn of Elliott.
Firemen will meet at the city hall,
Friday the 17th, at 8:30 p. m. All Fire
men are .requested to be present
Election of officers.
Labor contracts drawn under the
nee'. contract law now on hand at THE
TLM~s office at 5 cents a piece, or 50
cents per dozen.
Rev. E. P. Hutson of Turbeville
gave us a pleasant call last Monday,
while passing through Manning on his
way to Georgetown.
The members of the Paxville Meth
odist church are preparing for an at
tractive Easter service to be given on
the eveming of the 19th.
Mr. H. L. Johnston of Turbeville
says he has eight acress of cotton up
to a good stand, and it will make two
bales of cotton per acre. That is what
Died in Darlington Saturday 4th
inst Mrs. Etheridge, aged 84 years.
The deceased lived near Turbeville
but died at the home of a daughter she
Dr. William R. Barron, of this town,
has been chosen valadictorian of the
graduating class for 1908 of the South
Carolina Medical College in Cha'rles
ton. You just cannot keep a~ Claren
don boy down.
The railroad commission hrs ordered
the Southern Express Co. to put an ex
press service on the Alcolu railroad
from Alcolu to Beulah. The next thing
will be a daily mail service over the
same road, which is needed very much.
There will be an Educational Art
Exhibition at-the Instistute hail on the
27th, 28th, and 29th, of April. The
proceeds of the exhibit will be used in
purchasing pictures for the walls of the
new school building.
Did you notice that fright of a cos
tume and hat Mrs. Thinksheispretty
had on at seryice yesterday? Is one of
the few questions that will be asked
next Monday afternoon when Mrs.
Gossip and her-neighbor, Mrs. Always
talking meet to talk about the excel
lent sermon and the heart-reaching
-prayer of the pastor.
Read the notice for the high school
election: this does not carry any extra
tax levy with it. and if voted in 'the
attirmative the Manning school will re
ceive 8500 towards maintaining high
school studies in the 9th and 10th
grad es. There can possible be no ob
jection raised to an affirmative vote on
this question. The $500 comes out of a
Dr. Ernest Carson, formerly a prac
ticing physician of this town, is at Mt.
Sinai Hospital, in New York, has re
cently been appointed a member of the
house staff of that famous institution.
There were a large number of appli
cants stood the competitive examina
tion and Dr. Carson was the successful
candidate. Dr. Carson was expected
to return to Manning to practice his
profession, but he will hardly come
The Clemson College reealcitrants
fronrf Clarendon came marching home
last week, sadder but wiser boys. They
are I. N. Colcough, Jordan: W. M.
Hiodge, Manning; S. E. Evans, Work
man; Oscar Garland. Sardinia; E 'gene
DuRrant, DuRant. W. S. Harvin, Jr.,
Manning, was also of the number, bul
he stopped over in Greenville. If these
boys are allowed.to retnrn to collegE
we can stand security that they will
not join in: a similar "April Fool'
The kidneys are delicate and sensi.
tive organs and are very likely at an3
time to get out of order. DeWitt~
Kidney Bladder Pills 'are prompt anc
thorough and will in a very short trime
strengthen the weakened kidneys anc
allay troubles arising from inflamma
tion' of the bladder. Sold by W. E
A tire broke Out last Monday arftei
noon in a building adjoining restauraut
row opposite the Baptist church. and
for a time it begun to look as if the
fire proof buildings of the Leonard
block would have to go. but. the fire
engine got to the scene and was soon
at work throwing a stream of water
upon the flames, and succeeded in
stopping what bid fair to be a conila
wsration. The damage done by the tire
Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup
the cough syrup that tastes nearly as
good as maple sugar and which chil
dren like so well to take. Unlike near
ly all other cough remedies, it does not
constipate. but on the other hand it
acts promptly yet gently on the bowels,
through which the cold is forced out of
the system, and at the same time it
allays inflammation. Always use Ken
nedv's Laxative Cough Syrup. Sold by
W. F. Brown & Co.
When the Democratic convention
meets let there be a full representa
tion from. every club. There is noth
ing the convention can do but elect a
county chairman, a member of the
State executive committee, and send
eight delegates to the State convention
which convention will send delegates
to Denver. We know of nothing of
especial moment, no particular issue
the convention can declare on, but it
would look better if every club was
fully represented, it would show that
the .arty is not asleep.
Pain, anywhere, can be quickly stop
ped by one of Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain
Tablets. Pain always means congestion,
unnatural blood pressure. Dr. Shoop's
Pink Pain Tablets simply coax con
gested blood away from pain centers.
These Tablets-known by druggists as
Dr. Shoop's Headache Tablets-simply
equalize the blood circulation and then
pain alpays departs in 20 minutes. 20
Tablets 25 cents. Write Dr. Shoop,
Racine, Wis. for free packa-ge. Sold by
W. E. Brown & Co.
On the 17th <hiof last February, a
negro by the name of Morgan Richard
son was murdered on the "Manning
Pineland" place, near Panola. Magis
trate Richbourg, acting coroner, issued
a warrant for the arrest of John and
Mary Bates, free negroes. Shortly
after the killing the Bates,disappeared.
and Sheriff Gamble has been on the
lookout for them ever since. The Bates
were "fortune tellers," and a negro
from Pennsylvania would occasionally
visit them. He too, wasa fortune teller.
Sheriff Gamble communicated with the
authorities of Philadelphia, and on last
Monday received a telegram imform
ing him that the chief of police at
Quakertown, a suburb of Philadelphia,
had arrested John Bates and his wife,
Mary. Sheriff Gamble left this morn
ing accompanied by Mr. H. 0. Simpson
to bring the accused here.
Kodol For Dyspepsia has helped
thousands of people who have had
stomach trouble. This is what one man
says of it: "E. C. DeWitt & Co., Chica
go, Tll.-Gentlemen-In 1897 I had a
disease of the stomach and bowels. I
could not digest anything I ate and in
the spring of 1902 I bought a bottle of
Kodol and the benefit I received from
that bottle all the gold in Georgia
could not buv. al still use a bottle oc
casionally as'I find it a fine blood puri
fier and a good tonic. May you live
long and prosper. Yours very truly.
C. N. Cornell, Roding, Ga , Aug. 27,
There will be a picnic at New Zion
on Saturday May 2nd, under the aus
pices of the New Zion school. Prof.
J. C. Daniel of the Manning graded
school, the editor of THE TIMES, and
probably others are expected to be
nresent. An invitation has been ex
tended to Miss Mary T. Nance, presi
dent of the State school improvement
association, and if this lady accepts
then the people of the Salem section
can be assured of hearing an address on
school matters and education generally
that will be worth miles of travel to
listen at. Miss Nance is a splendid
speaker, and is doing a vast amount of
school inspiring work all over the
State. At present she is campaigning
in the upper nart of the State. It is to
be hoped that the people of New Zion
will succeed in securing her presence.
THE TIMES editor has written to this
distinguished lady urging her to ac
cept, and if she can do so to wire him
so that he may let it be known through
the paper before the 2nd.
To hive perfect health we must have
perfect digestion, and it is very im
portent not to permit of any delay the
moment the stomach feels out of order.
Take something at once that you know
will promptly and unfailingly assist di
gestion. There is nothing better than
Kodol for dyspepsia, indigestion, sour
stomach, belching of gas and nervous
headache. Kodol is a natural digestant
and will digest what you eat. Sold by
W. E. Brown & Co.
There were quite a number of good
men and women whose names were cut
from our subscription lists because they
were behind with us for more than one
year. We were forced to cut them off,
and from now on our mailing lists will
be examined every week, and as a sub
scriber gets in arrears over one year
the name will come off. By doing this
we 7111l avoid having over $1,000 worth
of back indebtedness on our hands. at
one time. We regret to learn that
there are some who have, become
offended because of our dropping them,
and have gone to abusing the paiper as
being "no account anyway." One of
these who say THE TIMES is "no ac
comae anyway," owes us for subscrip
tion $4.50, which means we have pa
tiently waited on him three years for
the money he is justly due, and .now
that we do not propose to continue
giving him his reading matter on a
credit, he abuses the paper. We are
thankful that all -men are not of the
same .disposition. Quite a number
whose names were cut off last week
have either come in person and paid
up and renewed, or mailed their money
to pay up and renew. These people
have a better opinion of THE TIMES
han the ones who will not pay.
Yesterday's News and Courier pub
lished a notice of the appointment of
Mr. E. J. Browne as County Superin
tendent of Education, in place of M1r. S.
. Holladay, resigned on account of
illness. The appointment was made by
the State Board, the sense of which
was obtained by letter. So far as the
appointment of MIr. Browne is concern
ed, there is no ground for complaint.
He is competent,, but there is good
ground for complaint at the treatment
received by the Senator and Represen
tative Woods, at the hands of the
State authorities. The correspondlence
relating to this vacancy and recom
mending Mr. Bowman was directed to
the Governor, he being chairman of
the State Board, and up to this time
not one line has been received in
acknowledgment. Common courtesy
demands that the receipt of such cor
respondence should be acknowledged.
When we go to Columbia we shall ask
if when the State Board was com
muniaed with, the recommendation
made by the Senator and one represen
tative was also submitted, and if not.
why? Representativ:e Scarbz"'gh
was in M1anning yesterday, and we are
convinced there was no intention on
ignore either of the other members of
the delegation in this matter. There
is r:o justification for the scare hcad
line in the Sumter Item, reading,
"Strife in Clarendon." There is no
strife in the Clarendon delegation. The
members differ on various things. but
they are harmonious even when they
disagree, when it comes to
county matters. This last vacancy is
the only division they have had, and
thisprobably would not have happened
had the delegation been oflicially oti.
fiedf th vacncy
The election for Mavor and Alder
man canie off Monday. and while there
was no excitement, considerable in
terest was manifested in this friendly
contest.. It was one of the closest elec
tions ever held in this town. and a
remarkable happening- was that two
of lie candidates for Aliderman on the
opposition ticket received a majority
of the vote cast. and tied, thereby
creating no election for the sixth Al
derman.There were two distinct tick
et. one was looked upou as the old
council, the other was made up of new
men, and it was by the most strenuous
efforts the old council saved itself from
defeat, as is shown by the following
1. B. MOFZON..........-....--112
.T. W. RTGY. . . ............ 146)
J. F. DICKSON. - - --.............. 122
W . R. W HITE ..............------98
.1. W. HERIOT ................127
t. 1). CLARK ............... 184
A. C. BRADHAM.................134
CHARLTON DURANT ...........106
C. R. SPROTT.....................121
A. J. WHITE, Jr................. 85
R. D. CLARK.....................184
F. 0. RICHARDSON.............. 78
W. C. DAVIS...................121
LEON WEINBERG .............. 90
There will have to be another elec
tion for a sixth Alderman and this
need nut necessarily be between the two
that tied, anybody can run for that
place, and if the advocates of the old
council desire it. they can put forward
a man of their choice.
There were no issues in this contest
except.the ticket headed by DuRant,
proposed-to make the effort to put the
town on- a more progressive footing,
and to. also throw more pnblicity
around theiiofficial acts than has been
done in the past. The fact that a large
vote endorsed Mr. DuRant should open
the eyes of the council-elect to let the
public know the source of income, and
where and for what it is disbursed.
ITCH cured in 30 minutes by Wool
ford's Sanitary Lotion. Never fails.
Sold by W. E. Brown & Co.
Piano Recital. April 24th.
Manning lovers of music will have
an opportunity to heae Odessa D. Ster
ling of Boston at the Institute hall Fri
day night., April 24th. This will be the
treat of the season. An evening of
Beethoven, Liszt, Schubert and Chopin.
Sterling is a genius. Tickets on sale
at Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.'s drug store,
75c, 50c, 35c and 2.5c.
A big cut or a little cut, small
scratches or bruises or big ones are
healed quickly by DeWitt's Carbolized
Witch Hazel Salve. It is especially
good for piles. Get DeWitt's. Sold by
W. E. Brown & Co.
In- accordance with instructions of
the'State Democratic Executive Com
mittee; I am directed to call a meeting
of the clubs within the county at their
respective precincts on the 25th day of
April to reorganize and each electing
their president, secretary and commit
tees on registration and executive and
delegates to the county convention
which- will convene at Manning court
house Monday, May 4th. Each club is
entitled to one - delegate for every
twenty-five members and one delegate
for a mnajority fraction thereof.
Don't forget this is a presidential
:ampaign and every Democrat is re
uested ani expected to be at his post
A. J. R1CHBOURG,
DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the
famous little liver pills. Sold by W. E.
Brown & Co.
By instructions from the State Seip
erintendent of Education, to hold the
next teachers examination on the
third Friday in May.. That will be the
15th of the month. Applicants will
please govern themselves according
to these instructions. Examination
will be held in court house.
S. P. HOLLADAY,
County Supt. of Education.
ManZan Pile Remedy.Price 50c is guaranteed.
Put up ready for use. One application prompt
relief to any form of piles. Soothes and heals.
Sold by The Manning Pharmacy.
The Farmers' Platfo:-m Democrat
Club will meet in the court house at
4 o'clock, Saturday evening, April 25.,
for the purpose of electing officers and
delegates to the county convention and
to attend to any other business that
may be proper.D.l.BA A,
J. M. WINDHAM, President.
For Sale --Hand-drawn heart cypress
Shingles, in any quantity. Apply to Rl.
For Rent-House formerly ocenpied
by W. G. King. Apply to E. D. Hodge,
Manning, S. C.
For Sale-A young Jersey Cow, fine
milker. For full particulars apply at
office of THE MANNING TIMES.
For Rent-The brick store next door
to the postoffice. now occupied by Mr.
A. Abrams. Terms apply to Louis
Eggs for Hatching from high grade
Fowls: Partridge Wyandott White
and Barred Rock, White and Buff
Leghorn, R.. I. Reds and B3uff Orpng
ton. A pply to Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.,
Manning. S. C.
NO.TICE .0 CREDITORS.
District.Court of the United States
District of South Carolina.
Petition for Conformation of
In the Matter of J1. W. Hinson, Bank
To the Creditors of the above named
Take notice that on the 11th, day of
April 1908, the above named bankrupt
filed his petittion in said Court pray
ing the confirmnation? of the comp osition
heretofore offered and accepted, and
that a hearing was thereupon ordered
and will be had upon said petition on
the 22nd, day of April 1908, before said
Court, at Charleston, in said District,
at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, at wvhich
time aud place all knowvn creditors and
other persons in interest may appear
and show cause, if any they have, why
the prayer of said petition should not
RICHARD W. HUTSON,
Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar
Cures all Coughs. md. expels Colds from
te syseam aY gently moving the bowels.
are a sign of serious female com
plaint, that should have immediate
If you begin in time, you can
generally treat yourself at home,
without the need of consulting a
physician, by the regular use of
Cardui, the well-knowa remedy for
Composed of purely vegetable
and perfectly harmless medicinal
ingredients. being, besid,:5, a gen
tie, non-intoxicating, strengthen
relieves all female complaints.
"My wife," wr'tes John A.
Rodgers, of lampden Sidney, Va.,
"was nothing but a walking skele
ton, from female trouble. She
suffered agonies with bearing
down pains, backache and head
ache. Doctors failed to relieve
her, so she took Cardui, and Is
now entirely cured."
At All Druggists
WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE,
- stating age and describing sym
toms, to Ladies Advisory Dept.,
The Chattanooga Medicine Co.,
Chattanooga, Tenn. E 36
Notice is hereby given that at the
election held April 13th, 1908, for
Mayor and Aldermen for the Town of
lanning, the followlng persons were
elected for a term of two years:
Mlayor-P. 13. Mouzon.
Aldermen-J. W. Rigby, John W.
Heriot, R. D. Clark, A. C. Bradham
and J. F. Dickson.
There was no election for one alder
man and there is one vacancy to be
filled by election. An election for one
alderman for the town of Manning will
be held on Monday, the 27th day of
T. M. Wells, C. J. Lesesne and T C.
Howle are appointed managers of said
election. The election will be held at
the office of the town clerk. The polls
ill'open at 8 o'clock a. m. and close at
4 o'clock n. m.
By order Town Council.
D. M. BRADHAM,
E. J. BROWNE, Clerk.
J. S. BELL,
AUTOMOBILES, and all kinds of Ma
PLUMBING, and Steam Fitting. Cu
and Thread Pipe from 1-2 to 6
tEAVY BLACKSMITH Work Done
J. S. BELL.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROL.INA,
~ Glarendon County.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
J. W. Harrington, Plaintiff,
W. L. Harrington, E. H. Harrington
and Mary Mi. Harrington, Defend
Judgmet of Foreclosure and Sale.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
Judgment Order of the Court of Comn
mon Pleas, in the above stated ae
tion, to me directed, bearing date of
April 4, 1908, I will sell at public
auction, to the highest bidder for
ash, at Clarendon Court House, at
Manning, in said county, within the
legal hours for judicial sales, on Mon
day, the 4th day of May, 1908,
being salesday, the following de
scribed real estate:
"All the right, title, interest and
estate of whatsoever nature of W. L.
Harrington, E. H. Harrington and
Mary M. Harrington, such interest
being one-fourteenth each and ag
gregating three-fourteenths in and
to all of that certain piece, parcel or
tract of land lymng, being and situate
in Clarendon county, in State afore
said, measuring and containing
thirty-five (35) acres, more or less,
and bounded as follows, to wit: On
the north and east by lands of B. E.
Harrington, on the south by the run
of Black river, and on the west by
lands of D. E. Reardon."
Purchaser to pay for papers.
E. B. (3AMBLE,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
ThE liOrlE NEST
you have made for your loved ones
should be protected against fire. What
you have worked so hard for should not
be left to the mercy of the unmerciful
H AVE US INSURE YOUR HOUSE
against fire today. Then if fire does
come you will have the means to make
another home without delay. Don't
put the matter otf. Many a man has
put otY insuring just one day too long.
"If it Is Written by Jenkinson &
Morton it is Written RIght."
NotiCe of Dissolution.
The partnershio heretofore existing
between J. F. Dickson, and W. M.
Plowden, known as the Dickson Hard
ware Co., has been dissolved, and the
business will be conducted in the future
by W. M. Plowden & Son, as the Plow
d'en Hardware Company, who assume
all obligations of the Dickson Hard
W. M. PLOWDEN.
W. S. PLOWDEN.
ManZan Pile Remedy
RWEVE$ar WHr OTHRS FAlL
K EM JENK INSON C
Big Ban krupt Sale.
ednesa April 22.
Thirty Thousand Dallars (30,000) worth of choice Merchandise thrown on the market at bankrupt prices, and besides this, our
buyers are just back from New York, where they have had the cash to pay for thousands of dollars more of choice spring goods, and
you know in the last 30 days prices in cotton goods have broke over 25 per cent., and further more, you know what a power money
is in New York now with the wholesale season practically over and wholesale houses blocked with goods, we were able to buy goods
cheaper than ever before.
Those who have the cash to spend can do wonders at our Now listen at this, 3 yards nice Crash Towelling, only 10c.
store during this big Bankrupt Sale. because of the advance price This crash Towelling has always sold for 5c. the yard, but. we
in the newspaper space, we can only give a few of our marvelous picked up a large lot of it and we will let go 3 Yards for 10c.
bargains. 150 Gross Pearl Buttons will be put on sale at 2c., 3c. and
5c.. 7 and 10c. per Dozen,. according to quality, this is a lot of.
DRY GOODS. nice, clean Buttons, the ones that will go for 2c. the dozen.'
50 Dozen Ladies' Tape-Neck Gauze Vests, the kind that
Best Standard finest Calicoes, 5c. the yard, not more than sells for 10c. anywhere and everywhere except at our big sale
10 yards to a customer. one price-5c.
Splendid grade yard-wide Bleach Homespun 10c. the yard. Red Table Demask will go at 49c.
only 10 yards to the customer. A lot of solid Colored Lawns, Whitc Cream and Velvet Col
One case of figured Wash Goods at 10c. the yard that you ors will go at 3c. the yard, while they last.
cannot by elsewhere for less than 15c.
One case White India Lawn at loc. the yard, that looks Shoes that cost at the factory from $2 to $2.75 per pair, we
cheap at 15c. picked up a lot of 100 pairs and we sell them all .$1.98, the pair.
White Bed Quilts at 89c., that sells everything for $1.25. In addltion to this we have a splendid line of Gents', Ladies' and
Yar-wie WiteFigre Merasat c.theyad, htw Misses' Low Quarter Shoes, that will be put on sale at Bankrpt
Yard-wide White Figured Medras at 10c. the yard,+ that we
know cannot be bought elsewhere for less than 15c. prices.
Black Panama Skirting, 40 inches wide, only 43c. yard; Come with the cash and you will not be disapponted.
same goods in Navy Blue at the same price, 43c.
A full and complete line of Dress Goods and Silks-a full rer that needed money, and we picked up special lots of young
line of White Goods of all kinds-a full line of Wash Goods of all Gents'Fine Clothing in 2 pieces that started at $20 and $25.. the
kinds, will be put on sale at Bankrupt prices. Come with the suit, we will sell them for $10 and $12.50 per suit. We picked up
cash and you will not be disappointed. other clothes that retails at $10 and $12.50, that we will sell at
Come with the cash and it will work wonders for you. $5 and $6.
OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT.
SLEGEHAM ERPRIESThis department has always been one of our pets; we hav'
that bring the cash. always been the leading Millinery establishment in Clarendon
25 Dozen Mens' Handkerchifs at 1c. each, to those who buy county, andwe don't propose to yield to no one.
other goods, not more than five to a customer. Our styles are the latest, our goods the very best, and our
40 Dozen Gents' White Handkerchiefs, full size, only 2c. prices will be the lowest. Come and see, we do not talk to you in
each, not more than 5c. to a customer. We do this to keep the newspapers for fun, for we mern business. Come with the cash
merchants from coming in and taking them all. a-ad you will not be disapponted.
Pins, 1c. per pair. Safefty Pins, 2 and 3c. per paper-2 Our Mrs. Din kins, the head saleslady in this department,
sizes. will moke it pleasant for you.
In the years that have gone by we have met with great success, and in like manner many misfortunes and setbaicks, but it has
always been out mottoo in life, if we gTet licked we would come qack egain if we met with misfortune we would try. try, aguin. We
feel now like we are entering into a new business again. We will profit by our past mistakes. We are still comparatively a youn
man, and the same vim, energy and determination to succeed that has charaterized our eforts in the past wiil be manifested in the
future. It is our plan to largely eliminate the credit business and work for the cash trade and we trust our many friends all over the.
county will not forget us
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suit.uweuwllnsellhahmefor $10tndng12.50 ordsuit.lW picked u
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