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MANNING. S. C.. MAY G. 1908.
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PROBIBITION PETITIONS FILED.
The matter of having a spec
ial election in Clarendon to vote
out the dispensary is now before
County Supervisor McFaddin by
petitions filed by Mr. Joseph
Sprott. containing we are told
681 names. The law requires
one-fourth of the qualified voters
to be on the petitions'on or be
fore May 1st. The fact of there
being 681 names to petitions
does not necessarily signify a
sufficient number to have the
election ordered, because when
they thoroughly investigated as
they must be to avoid litigation,
a strict compliance with the law
must be observed.
Where there are a number of
petitions there is likly to be
duplicate signatures, men sign
every petition presented to them
and as often as they are pre
sented, therefore duplicates
must be cut off. Then too, the
names must be qualified voters
at the time the petitions were
filed, any subsequent registering
does not count. If there appears
names on the petitions not on
the old registration books they
must come off.
It will be a difficult task for
our supervisor to order the elec
tion petitioned for, if the law is
strictly complied with, and it
must be. Mr. Sprott, represent
ing the Prohibitionists, would
not have it otherwise. The
petitions cannot always be relied
upon. At the last session of the
legislature petitions were sent
up from Clarendon urging pro
hibition, and in scanning over
them it was frequently the case
we saw where the same man had
signed several times upon one
petition and on several petitions.
The name of a preacher not a
citizen of the county appeared
upon two- or three of -these peti
tions. This is mentioned to show
how prone men are to write their
names every time a petition is
presented and frequently do not
consider what the petition is for.
The supervisor and the regis
tration officers have a herculean
task before them to find from
a petition of 6S1 names. one
fourth of Clarendon's qualified
voters. There are in this county
not less than 2400 -oters, white
and colored, and if the 681 peti
tioners are all straight voters,
no duplications, and the signa
tures signed in the handwriting
of the man represented, and the
law otherwise is strictly complied
with,the election can be ordered,
then it will be up to the voters
to say whether or not Clarendon
shall vote to increase the taxes
that will be necessary to make
good the revenue we shall send
to adjoining liquor~selling coun
We have not had an oppor
tunity to look over these filed
petitions, but inasmucnl as we
think it unwise to have a special
election on the lir~or question
in this county this year, believ
ing sincerely .it cannot accom
plish the purpose of sincere Pro
hibitionists, but, if they are suc
cessful, it will deprive us of a
revenue needed to keep taxes
from overwhelming the taxpay
ers, and not lessen the consump
tion of whiskey to any appreci
able extent. In other words, we
sincerely believe to vote Claren
don dry and leave liquor in
Sumter and Williamsburg the
taxpayers will be giving to those
countles between $12,000 and
$15,000, and getting in return
the drunks and disorderlies
which are manufactured out of
demijohns of whiskey bought
faom those counties. If the
election is ordered, it must be
only after every legal require
ment has been complied with,
and we feel assured the
sincere Prohibitionists, those
who are urging this election,
want the law strictly carried out.
They would spurn a success
LEAVE OFF INSTRUCTIONS-GET
It is refreshing to know that
Clarendon County had enough
confidence in the delegates
chosen for the State con
vention to send them unfet
tered by instructions. In our
judgment the instructing of del
egates should be forbidden .by
the party rules, for the reason,
- that in a national contest the
masses, situated as we are in
South Carolina, take but little
interest in such matters, because
they will vote for the nominee
whoever the party may select,
and therefore 'they are not in
position to judge what is best for
the party's interests, and must
necessarily leave such matters
with their chosen representa
When the State convention
meets on the 20th it will be seen
that many of th~e delegations are
free to vote for whom they con
sider best suited to represent the
been clamoring for an instructed
delegation to county and State
conventions, but in its own con
vention-Richland it was unable
to bind its delegates. The fail
ure to bind the Richland dele
gates does not mean opposition
to Bryan, not at all, we believe
a large majority of the delegates
throughout tile State are for
Bryan, but not for Bryan to the
extent of Bryan, first. last and
all the time: they are for Bryan,
unless it can be shown some
other man has a better chance or
leading the Democratic hosts to
victory, then in that case, they
are for a winning man. In our
opinion Bryan is the favorite
among the Southern Democrats
but unless he is strong enough
with the. independent forces of
the North and West to bring
votes over from the Republican
party it is impossible for him to
win, and if he is put up, it will
be only to again place him in
the also ran again class. A win
ner is needed, and he must be a
man who can break into the
ranks of the opposition. Can
such an one be found in Demo
cratic ranks? If the convention
is convinced that Bryan cannot
bring votes over, then what is
the matter with trying John A.
Johnson twice elected governor
of the Republican State of Min
nesota. Governor Johnson has
demonstrated his ability to at
tract votes from the Republican
party, and this is what is needed
for the Democracy to win.
Why can Johnson draw votes
from the opposition? He is a
western man, and the West is
largely made up from immigrant
class. Johnson's mother and
father were poor immigrants
from Sweden, and this immi
grant population always vote
the republican ticket, but when
one of their own came out on the
Democratic ticket for governor,
they forsook party lines, and. as
it is in Minnesota, so might it be
all through the immigrant West.
If Johnson is nominated he of
course will carry the solid South,
and he stands' and excellent
chance of Colorado, Idaho, Mon
tana, Wyoming, Nevada, Utah,
North Dakota and Washington,
besides New York and Minne
sota which would give him 245
votes, while 242 will elect. The
States mentioned are the
ones which have a large immi
grant population, and these can
be won to the Democracy if the
kind of man suitable to that
clannish people is nominated.
We are not opposed to Bryan,
but we want a man to win, and
-we realize to go into the fight
with a leader whose sole strength
is the solid South, is a waste of
time. Before Bryan or any
other man is given the nomina:
tion there should be strong as
surances he can carry some of
the northern and western
The News and Courier and the
Columbia State differ very much
in their reports of the conven
tions throughout the State, the
former claims a majority of the
delegates uninstructed. and the
latter editorially claims to the
contrary. Charleston's baseball
team won a game Monday, and
of course that helped sdme.
How's This f
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for
any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by
Hls Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Props.. Toledo. 0.
we. the undersigned. have known F. J. Cheney
for the last 15 years. and believe him perfectly
honorable in aU business transactions and finan
cially able to carry out any obligations made by
WST Rt'AX. wholesale druggists. Toledo. 0.
wV~nSG. KINNAS & MAIN~. wholesale drug
- all~o Caarr Cure is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of
the system. Price 75c. per bottle. sold by al]
druggists. Testimonials tree.
Hairs Family- Pills are the best.
Editor The Manning Times:
The election comes off on
Thursday May 7 for or against
issuing S 15000 bonds for a new
brick school building and fix
The county chaingang has ar
rived and will be here a good
long time working on the roads
in the community.
School closed on May Tst with
a picnic instead of a commence
Pinewood and Fultog clubs
have consolidated with .a mem
bership of 144. If the gang fixes
everything 0. K. Mc. can get
that gross vote, even if the
"Father of Clarendon" comes
out again for his same position.
as song goes "Just a little rock
ing chair and you"--Voters.
Mr. Ransom S. Richardson
was in town one day last week.
He now ' represents National
Packing Co.. out from Sumter.
instead of Swift & Co., of Flor
If any politicians, office hunt
ers and base b-il fans get too
warm, they may come to town
and take a seat in Messrs Pat
Lawrence or Harvey Barwick's
ice house free of charge.
The recent heavy rains wash
ed the. causeway at Sammy
Swamp to such a condition that
the gang put it in passible con
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Toomer
have return from a two months
trip in Spartanburg county.
Mr. Silas B. Kolb has moved
into his new barber shop be
tween Mr. Burkett's furniture
store and Dr. Beckham's drug
T wo new r-esidences going up
atd a bright out look for the
third to go up soon. speaks well
for the town.
Only a few more weeks and
the oldl seed house on East Rall
road Ave., between~ Fulton and1
Commerce street will be torln
iown and the streets z.:.3 right
ofway illed in with clay.
Several from here attenldedi
Sammy Snamp school near
Reid's Station last Wednesday
Miss Kizzie Hodge ane down
last Thursday night to take in
the picnic on Friday.
Mr. R. M. Brailsford spent
last Friday in Sumter.
Miss Jessie Moise and Miss
Davis of Sumter spent Friday
with Mrs. R. C. Richardson, Jr.
Miss Bertha Jahnson left Fri
day for her home at Sandy Ford,
Va.. near Roanoke.
The passenger train No. .;
northbound has changed its
schedule again on May 1st it now
arrives at 6:0S in the afternoon,
making connection in Sumter
with train for Charleston.
Some one broke into the de
pot, Pinewood Mercantile Co's.,
store and into the store of Mr.
Lawrence Barwick's Thursday
night. The intruders were evi
dently looking for cash as they
worked the combination on the
moneydraw in the depot and
only found a few brownies. The
merchants only missed a few
eatables ond cigars.
Prof E. C. Wade left on Fri
day evening for his home at
Mr. 0. D. Harvin spent Sat
urday in Sumter.
Mr. Manning Richardson spent
last Friday in town.
Mr. T. C. Graham and chil
dren have returned to their
home at Peake after a ten days
visit here to relatives.
Delay Has Been Danger
. ous in Manning.
Do the right thing at the right time.
Act quickly in times of danger.
Backache is kidney danger.
Doan's Kidney Pills act quickly.
Cure all distressing, dangerous kid
Plenty of eviden e to prove this.
P. T. David, living at 30 E. Evans st.,
Florence. S. C., says: "I have used
Doan's Kidney Pills and T feel I can
safely recommend them to other suffer
ers. ~Prior to using them my kidneys
were so weak that I had to arise many
times during the night. Myback also
pained me a great deal and I was so
sore and lame that it hurt me severely
to stoop. When I made a sudden move
ment, sharp, shooting twinges would
pass through my loins and I would suf
fer more intensely. A friend advised
me to try Doan's Kidney Pills. I pro
cured a box and used them according
to directions. The backaches and pains
soon disappeared, the secretions became
regular and normal and at preseht I am
able to sleep well at night. - Doan's
Kidney Pills ha - done me a great deal
of goon. N proved to be the best
remed3 ;er used for the kidneys "
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Dean's-and
take no other.
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chine. A safe, pure white, powerful, steady
100 Candle Power 15
Hours for Two Cents.
No wicks to trim, no smoke or smell. No
elirmeys% to clean. Superior to electricity or
acetylene and cheaper than herosene. Saving
effected by its use quickly pays for it. Great
variety of Fixtures for indoor and outdoor use.
This is the Pioneer Incandescent Vapor (',s
Lamp. .It is perfect. Beware of imitations.
There are More Every1
"IBEST"I LAMPS i n Lamp
use than A LL other WAR,
J. BELTON BAGNAL,
MANNING, S. C.
which give you such -exquisite
N'suffering, every month, are caused,
a-s you know, by female trouble.
~. Relief seldom or never comes
~~Jitself. It is necessary to cure
ecause, in order to stop the
Spains, and this can only be done
if you will take a specific, female
Sremedy, that acts directly on the
"Cardui did wonders for me,"
Swrites Mrs. II. C. Larson, of O!ds, ~
SIa. "I had female trouble for 8 -
years. I had displacement, which
~ ncrcased my suffering, the doc
ecr could culy relieve mc at limes.
~$Now, I am so much bctter, I hardly
~- now when my time begins or
At All Druggists
Wal TE FOR FREE ADVICE,
"-t-"- a.e and decrbinrsymp
s. to~ LU..dics A dr-isory Dcyt.,
Th Lnttanooga Medicine Co..
Ch m.:,a. Tenn. E 33
Notice to Creditors.
All per-sons havrig clainis against
the estate of Amanda C. Weeks. de
eeasd, will pr1esent them duly attested.
and those owing said estate will make
payment to tlhe under-signed qualilled
exeutor of said estate.
JOHN WV. WEEIKS.
Pinewood. S (.. A\pril 21. 190)8.
LEE & McLELLAN,
civil Engineers and Land Surveyors,
SUTI . .
ECONOMY IN ITALY.
The Roman Season the Only Time
When Real Luxury Is the Rule.
During the greater part of the year
we have only the servants that are
necessary-my husband's valet, one but
ler, the porter who stands at the en
trance to the palace and a general
utility country boy who in the after
noon puts on a livery and acts as foot
man. The women servants are a cook,
a scullery maid, a laundress and two
maids besides my own personal one.
This list is not as extravagant as the
same would be in America.
Wages are nothing by comparison.
One can get a good lady's maid for $10
a month, a competent butler for $10,
a cook for $10, a chambermaid for $0.
Their fare would seem coarse to the
spoiled servant of America, consisting,
as it does, chiefly of bread, soup, mac
aroni and fruit, with tea and coffee of
an inferior grade and fresh meat once
a week. We spend nothing that we
can possibly help until the Roman sea
son. Then we have enough surplus to
get an additional number of maids and
a long row of footmen (these for the
most part young women and men from
the village of our own estate), and
both in our country villa and In our
Roman palace we open all the rooms
that for eight months have been closed
and for four months live in luxury.
An Expatriate in Everybody's Maga
Oi the Clarendon Dispensary Board,
Sales at consumers' price.. .4.42,405 15
Sales at invoice price....... 1,523 94
Less expense account...... 557 47
Net profits....... ......... $413 74
Salaries members Board.... S 00 00
Salaries dispenser, clerk,
bookkeeper and porter. 228 33
Rent, D. M. Bradham...... 20 00
Stationery and printing, L.
Appelt ..................22 00
Hdw., The Manning Hard
ware Co. .... ............ 1 60
Hauling ................ .. 3 10
Labels, Richland Distg. Co. 2 50
Repairing floor in wareroom 6 00
Salary. W. B. West, auditor,
February and March ..... 12 21
Interest on loan, Bank of
Manning .................. 39 33
Insurance, Jenkinson & Hor
ton ... ............... 64 00
Insurance, Clarendon R. E.
& Fire Insurance Co.... 40 00
Dispensary breakage.... ... 22 40
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, ?
Clarendon County. l
Personally appeared before me, E.
S. Ervin, A. H. Breedin and I. I. Bag
nal, members of the County Dispen
sary Board for Clarendon County,
who being each duly and severally.
sworn, deposes and says that four
hundred thirteen and 74-100 ($413.74)
dollars is the net profits of the dis
pensary at Manning for the month
of April, 1908.
IL. s.1 R. C. WELLS,
Notary Public for S. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon,
By James M. Windham. Esq., Probate
W HEREAS, A. I. Barton, Clerk of
Court, suit to me, to grant him
Letters of Adinistration of the estate
and effects of Joe Nelson.
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said Joe Nel
son,, deceased, that. they be and
appear before me, in the Court of Pro
bate,to be held at Manning on the 7th
day of May next after publica
tion theredf, at 11 o'clock in the fore
noon, to show cause, if any they have,
why the said administration should not
Given under my hand, this 20th day
of March, A. D. 1908.
JAMES M. WINDHAM,
[SEAL.)Judge of Probate.
Notice to LiquOr IDealeis.
Office of County Dispensary Board
for Clarendon County.
Bids are hereby requested from re
sponsible dealers in accordance with
the terms of the new dispensary lawv
now in force, for the following kind
and quantities of liquors, beer and
other articles herein enumerated, to
be furnished the State of South Car
olina for the County Dispensary
Board of Clarendon county, to wit:
Twenty-five (25) bbis. Corn Whis
key, 100 proof.
Twenty-five (25) bbls. Rye Whis
key, 100 pr oof.
Ten (10) bbls. North Carolina Corn,
summer of 1905.
Five (5) bbls. Rye Whiskey, spring
or summer 1905.
One (1) bbi. Grain Alcohol.
Bids will also be received for case
goods, including Rye, Corn, Scotch
Whiskeys, Brandy, Gin, Rum, Alco
hol. Wines, Beer, Imported Wines
and Champagne; also glass, corks
and other articles needed by the
Clarendon Count y Disp-ensary Board.
All goods shall be furnished in
compliance with and subject to the
terms and conditions of the dispen
sary law of 1907, and bidder-s must
observe the following rules:
The bids shall be sealed and there
shall be no marks or signs upon the
envelope to indidate the name df~ the
All bids must be sent by express or
registered mail to L. L. Wells, Treas
urer of Clarendon County on or be
fore the 28th day of May, 1008.
The contract will be awarded to
the lowest bidder, the board reserv
ing the right to reject any and all
bids or parts of any bids. The board
reserves the right to increase or de
rease the above quantities of the
bids submitted. .
All goods are to be delivered f.o.b.
Manning, S. C., to be paid for within
0 days and subject to reguage at
>ur warehouse. Bids will be opened
t the office of :'e Dispensary Board,
Manning, S. C., Mlay 28th, 1908. The
successful bidders to give a comnpe
tent bond should the Board require
E. S. ERVIN,
A. H. BREEDIN,
I. I. BAGiNAL,
Members Clarendon Co. Disp. B'rd.
Manning, S. C., A pril 28, 1908.
Notice to Creditor-s.
All perisons having claims against the
Estate of Harriet, Louisa Briunson, de
eased. will pr-esent them duly attested.
nd those owing said Estate will make
ayment to the undersigned qualified
Execuor- of said Estate.
A. J. RICHBOURG,
Sum merton, S. C.. A pril 25, 1908.
Notice of Discharge.
f will apl)y to the Judge of Probate
o Clar-endon County, on the 28th day
f M1av. 190$. for- letters of dischar-ge
as admiinistrator with the will annexed
of the estate of airy A. Rleynolds, de
DAVID RI. LIDE,
mionn, S. C.\n Apil28 1908.
The effect of malaria lasts a long tame.
You catch cold easily or become run
Th efcto malariaatalogtm .
clown because of the after effects of malaria.
NStrengthen yourself with Scott's
It builds new blood and tones up your nervous
ALL DRUGGISTS: 50c. AND $1.00.
make the mistake of buying an inferior article because it
is cheap. Examine the article and see that quality is right
at the price offered. That is what we want you to do with
orLr goods. We are satisfied you will find both quality
and prices right.
The hard cash dollar creates a special sate every
day in the week at our store. We need the cash to meet
our bills and we are willing to do a little dollar swapping
ourselves. ( ? c- ,rse, we cannot begin to enumerate here
all the great Aes we are offering everyday in the week,
but you can get .;ome idea of the tremendous values to
be had from us everyday for the cash, by the following
specially attractive figures.
Androscoggin Bleach Domestic, full 36 inches
wide, for loc. yard.
Good quality Bleach Domestic, 3-4 wide, for
Splendid quality Sea Island Sheeting for 5c.
9)0 inch Linen Sheeting. good for skirts or
suits as well as sheeting, real worth, $1.25
yard, for 90c. yard.
10-4 Sheetings at 25c. the yard. Great value.
40 and 45 inch French and Persian Lawns,
worth 15c., 20c. and 25c. yard, we are offering
- them at 12 1-2c., 15c. and 20c. yard.
Pretty Check Lawns, Dimities and Nainsook
Checks, a big value at the regular prices of
8 1.3c., loc., 121-2c. and 15c., we are offering
them at 6 1-3c., 8 1-3c.. 10c. and 12 1-2c. yard.
Big 500 yard asortment of Val, Round
Thread and Torchon Laces at 5c. yard.
Ladies' Tape Neck Bleached Gauze Vests at
Pretty White Madras and figured Piques,
worth 12 1-2c. at 10c. yard.
Strongest Line of White Goods, Wash Goods, Col
ored Lawns and Organdies we have ever shown and the
greatest values to be had are right here with us, and
when it comes to Wool Goods, Silks, etc., in all the new
shades, colorings and- kinds, we have them, and to be
candid with you, we have more than we went of them and,
when you come with the cash we make piices wiith little
or no profit. You can buy from us cheaper than they
can be had elsewhere. .Everything new and up-to-date,
nothing old and shop-worn. See for yourself the quality
and the price and you will say with us, "we are never
No better place to do your shopping than with
THE YOUNG RELIABLE,
in H. RIGBY.
G. M. SMITH, Mgr. Dry Goods Dept.
Coats' Spool Cotton 5c. Spool.
THE MANNING PHARMACY
Our stock of toilet goods is very complete and
all goods are of the most worthy character. Worthy
does not mean high priced-we afford a wide range of
prices in all lines--but from the cheapest to the best
each article affords utmost value for the cost.
When you need Soaps, Combs, Tooth or Hair
Brushes, Bath Supplies or any toilet articles or pre
parations, you will find it worth while to come for
W. M. O'BRYAN, Jr. Mgr.
Play Ball, - oys!
We are Agents for A. J. REACH Co.'s
Have just received a big line of Mitts and
Gloves, from 25c. to $3. Masks from 50c.,
to $2. Bats from 15c. to $1. Baseballs
from 5c. to $1.75. Heel Plates 10c. per pair.
Toe Plates l0c. per pair. Official Guides
l0c. Art of Curve Pitchinq 15c. Dolce, for
softening and preserving Mitts and Gloves.5
l0c. per Tin.
We'll send a "Reach" Catalogue forC
IManning Grocery Co.
Sporting Goods People.
W. G. TAYLOR, Prop., R
What Leading Ph
Dr. Froehlinr. the well-known Co
"Fonticello Lithia Water is absolute
ties and perfectly pure, and as an ur
the wrter, I use it altogether."-Ri,
Geo. Ben. Johnston, M. D , Prof.
ginia: "I have never used any mine:
Fenticello, and it has given uniform
kidney and bladder troubles very la:
nervous disorders, with splendid etI
Carried in s
DR. W. E. BROW!
. BANK OF CLAREN
We soligit your banking buy
patronize this safe and strop
tinued growth and operation
as a dollar, speaks for itself,
We want to be your ban
customer, come and see us a
you are, come and see us an;
do a good thing for yourself
v IjIterest Paid on
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Our Stock of Farrr
complete and we car
best interest. We now
lmost complete Stock
ever shown in this t(
heavily bifore the ad1
in our line, we are ena
best goods at the leas
buy your Harness .wi
dent in every set. F
thing to consider. So
a picture but wears
is the wearing class.
1 know how to buy. at
right here is where yo
which I am offering te
just a little bIt ahead
parts. You need not
I The goods can be seen
. If you can buy cheape:
expect you to buy fron
Take time to look, it c<
may save something ft
look at my line of
*Single and D(
and Buggies, Wagons,
can't save you money.
I F. C. TI
ichmond, Va., U. S. A.
asulting and Analytical Clemist:
ly free from all organic impuri
questionablo proof of my faith in
Surgery Medical College of Vir
al water so extensively as the
ly good resnits. I prescribe it in
'gely, and also in stomach and
4& Co., Agents.
DON, Manning, S. C.
diness. It is to your interest to
g bank, Four years of con
without the loss of as much
does it note -
kers, if you are not already a
bout it and tell us why. ' If
how. It is never too late to
DON, Manning,' S. C.
THE ECLIPSE SHOES
be surpassed, when a man wants one
that lasts? Can the
be surpassed when a Lady wants one
that lasts? YES:
When the trees grow upside down,
When the beggars wear a crown,
When ice forms on the sun.
When sparrows weigh a ton,
When golddollars get too cheap,
When women secrets keep,
When fish forgets to swim,
When Satan sings a hymn,
When girls go back on gum,
When the small,boy hates a drum,
When no politician schemes,
When mince - pies makes -pleasant
When it's fun to break a tooth,
When all lawyers tell the truth,
When the drummer has no brass
When these things come. to pass,
Then only will the
ECLIPSE and SELBY
Shoes be outclassed.
Yours for business,
Implements is' now
i serve you to your
have the largest and
>wn. Having bought
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