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MANNING. S. C.. AUG~. 18. 1909.
Publshes All County and Town Of
Adverusers wtill please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MUST be in!
this ofLce by Saturday Noen in order to
insure oublication the following week.
ST. PETER'S, NO. 54,
A. F. 'l.
There is not but one empty store in
Mant ing needs a ladies dress-making3
Miss Julia Sprott is back from her
Mr. W. E. Shelby of Ferguson spent
Sunday in Manning.
He has such beautiful eyes. He tells
such beautiful ies.
Mr. R. H. Davis has returned home
from Glenn Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Bradham left for
Spartanburg this morning..
Notice the labels on your paper, it
tells you when your time is out.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bradham return
ed.from the springs Monday night.
The water tank to supply the court
house with water is being installed.
Congressman Legare is said to be im
proving rapidly at his home in Pickens.
Clerk of Court A. I. Barmn left yes
terday to take a rest at Glenn Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Thomas arrived
home from the mountains last Friday
Mrs. J. K. Breedin of Beaufort. is in
Manning visitmg her husband's par
Capt. ':. I. Bagnal and S. Oliver
O'Bryan are expected to come tomor
Messrs. Henry Harby and W. H. In
gram of Sumfter spent Monday in Man
The news from Mr. T. M. Beard, of
New Zion, is that he continues to im- I
Dr. W. M. Brockinton and family,
h a v e returned from Wrightsville
Miss Clara Williams of Atlant., is in
Manning visiting her sister Mrs. T. M.
Dr. and Mrs. Beck of New York. are
in Mantnr, the guestsof Mr. and Mrs
Ms . J. Wright of Alabama, is in
Manning visiting her sister-in-law Mrs
A. C. Bradham.
Mrs. N. G. Gonzales of Columbia, is <
in Manning at-the homec of her brother
Mr. A. I. Barron.
A.storm pasdover the coast coun
ties in this S*t Monday, and did con
He that differsfrom misa fool or a
knave, is the principal that some men
are governed by
Dr. Geo. L. Dickson and family ar
rived home yesterday from BWack
Mountain, N, C.
Major Abe Levi is now in Chicago
and will probably not be home before
ahe first of September.
Married by Judge J. M1. Windham'
last Thursday, Mr. H. B. Ridgeway
and Miss Idela Thames.
Quits a number from this station took
advantage of the excursion rates to the
mountains this morning.
Captain W. C. Davis and Charlton
Dn~an, , ae atMontreas, N. C.,
Merchants who are seeking trade
should get in touch'with the people by
advertismng In THE MANNNG TDIES.]
Mrs. C. N. Sprott and Miss Susan
Mae Burgess, of Mayesville, are visit
ing the family of County Treasurer L.
Mr. W. G. King; of Spartanburg,
spent Monday here. Mr. nsing expects
to be back on this cotton market the
Mrs. J. B. Hudualand little daughter I
left Tuesday morning to visit friends 1
and relatives in Williamsburg and
'Died as Black Mountain Sunday
night, infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph W. Dickson The burial took
place at Shelby, N. C., yesterday.
Died last Wednesday near Bloomvi'le,
Enanice, the four year old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. W. M1. Ridgeway The
child was a long safferer with meningi
Married last eveningatsthe residence
of R~ev. C. W. Blanchard. Mr. Paul S.
Hicks and Miss Nay Galloway. The
young ladles of Mr. Blanchard's family
were the witness.
The family of Mr. S. J. Smith. Ic
man & Co.'s cotton buying representa -
tive here, has moved to Manning from~
Maunins, and are occupying the King
house on Church street.
Since it was mentioned there was in
contemplation the organization of a -
National BHank in Manning, we have
received numbers of inquiries regard
igthe same from all parts of the Uni
The tobacco warehouse floors are fill
ed with the yellow leaf every day To
bacco from Williamsburg and Florencet
can be seen here every day, the prices
are very esakeftry.
Now is a good time to invest in build
ng lots in this town. We know of sev
eral lots which can be bought at a low
figure upon resnable terms to those
who will build.
The reports from Hendersonville, N.
C., from Mr. J. W. McLeod indicate
that he is seadily improving, and will
soon be home harvesting his magnifi
As soon as Senator Appelt can get
replies to the letters he wrote to the
members of the Clarendon delegation,
the recommenation for appointment
to the offce of coroner will be made.
There will be a picnic as the "Mother
Church," Saturday, August 21t. The
public is cordially invited to bring well
filled baskets. THE T.uEs editor
editor acknowledges a special invita
tion to be present.
On last Wednesday Mr. L. D. Way,
who lives in the Fork discovered a large
rattlesnake coming from under h i s
house, he killed it, and is had 18 rattles.
The same day a little further up the
road a colored girl killed a rattesnake
which had 16 rattles. The Forkites had
better beware as the supply of snake
medicine has been temporarily extin
-,ishe,-ro tat ection's source.
tion on her left liand. When will L
Well, that is another que-stOn. how
ever. she will soon open an inforion
bureau for The heneti* Q! t.'
who have noi cur:(,itv
tutledge coudtv fLieO to :.:t ;k. t..o
thirds majority in \'Will iam-bur t outy
as well as in Clareudov. Now the tignt
will be to save 'arendon from bei
forced to lose the 5.:u em tio:a:o fr
Beulah with Olam-a Ls the couinty seat.
Mr 11. P. Str-ange care homw fromn
Alaska. called t) the bed ide of his i!
father. Mr. .ohn 1'. Strau:,e. T h e
young man live, in ft western .\;
ika. and is ens:ed in r-areadc -litWlin.
Mr. T. P'. Stran-etnbe ot tit the!
boy caie here fro \mAlauta.
We do not see why t is th:-: with the
amount of talent in this town. the
young people do not or-ranize them
selves into to sonie kind of club for the
purpose of culture and amusement.
There is not a town iu the State pos
sesed of more excellent native talent
A report has been in circulation th
the Schwa:-.z lBrothers of Sumter, are
contemiplating opening a branch dry
oods and millinery store in Manning.
We hope it i. true. as Manming gladiy
welcomes good merchants. The more
and the better the merchants. the more
trade is a:tracted here.
The store neXL door to the pIost uier -
is being overhauled and repainted to be
:cupied as a candy kitchen This i,
he first time such a venture has been
itempted in this town, and we hope it
will prove a success. Those who like
pure candies, home made, will be able
to get their supply here.
Mr. Albert C. Ducker. one of Sun
er's most suttantial citizens and a I
splendid gentlemen, died at 9 o'clkxk :
last Friday. at nis home in Sumter, (
rrom ptomaine poisoning. Mr. Ducker I
was taken suddenly ill in Man
ing. All that medical -ki!', could
lo was done. but without avail.
The colored folks have bad a month'*'
religious revival in this town. Many
convictions" are reported. The serv- c
ces frequently iasted all night, and at
ome of the services quite a number of -
hite people attended. It is said the j
welve virgins bearing torches, and I
he holy dance were very impressive.
Mrs. Seabrook and her daughter.
Nrs. Juli% of Summerville. spent sev
mral davs in Manning at the Central f
otel, with their son and brother. Mr. t
Varion Seabrook, who is here trans
:ribing record's in the clerk of court's
>ffce for the Santee Cypress Lumber i
Do. The ladies left Monday for the
Among the many improvements in
Nianning, is the new building for The
Bank of Clarendon next door to the
:Lrant drug store. Everything in it is
ran newthe furnishings are up-to-date
md very neat The outfit has a solid
Lppearance, a characteristic of t h e
yank's standing. It is one of the neat
st furnished backs in the country.
Hon. 0. B. Martin of Washington, D.
3., assistant in the Boys Farra Demon
itration Work will speak here on next
Kednesday, August 25. Let every boy e
ho is now a member be present. It is a
geatly desired tbat all the boys at
end, as you will be wanted in next
rear's work. The public in general is e
nvited. All should turn out and give
qr. Martin a good audience.
If there are any masons in Clarendon
lesiring to take the Scottish rite de- v
frees, they will have an opportunity ine
olumbia at the mid-summer reunion
f the Ancient and Accept Scottish a
-ite of Free Masonry, at the Masonic I
[emple Mondav afternoon:23ed includ-s
.ng Wednesday night25th. A blank pe-i
~ition has been sent to THE TIMES edi
or, and he will gladly send in any s
mmes wishing to join.t
Died at the home of her uncle Dr.
saac N. Boyd, near Greelyville last a
Fursday, after a long illness, Miss e
creven Colclough, daughter of the
ate Jobi. Ashby Colclou' h, aged about
5 years. The burial too' place Friday
n the cemetery of the Williamsburge
Presbyterian church at Kingstree. The
leceased was a woman of lovable char
eter, and had a bost of oylfriends in a
The under-growvth set of girls and
oys who had a week's encampment at
Iartin's lake last week came home ;
aturday night, and they report ha
ng a most dehightful time, but no fish.
['he following were in attendance:
isses Nellie Hodge, Mary Lou Bar- -
ow, Eleanor Todd, Margaret Reamrdon,
aura Burgess. Edwin Howle. Wylie ;,
odge, Dinkins Hodge, Joe Thomas, b
orace Thomas. McLaurio Appel'
Sandy Grove after a hard days. worac
yl the part of the Rutledge county ad
rocates failed to give the necessary t
~wo-thirds majority. The vote stood 25 -
igainst, and 45 for. it is said that sev-t
ara~l who would have voted against Rut
edge county started to the polls in an
iromobile but the machine broke downi
md they failed to reach the voting
lace in time. Sandy Grove r.)t having
iven a two-thirds majority the newc
:ounty lost out. They cannot vote again
inside of four years.
The court house commission met Mon
day to take action about the furniture
ontract given out by them some time
back. It seems from what re can~gath
er the concern contractea with have
fallen down upon the commission and
there is a strong probability of no fur
niture getting here in time for the next
term of court. The commission receiv
ed a wire from the factory Monday ask
ing for 60 days time. but the telegram
got. here after the commission adjourn
ed and they will not meet again in ten
THE Tnxx is especially desirous to
have our readers read thme advertise
ments in these columns. The Manning
board of trade is working hard to bringt
trade here, and all of our business men
are deeply in earnest to see the place
become the trade center it deserves to'
be. Therefore every merchant is pledg
ed to do his utmost to induce trade tol
Manning. and if the liberal use of the
columns of the People's paper, together
with the selections, and quality, and
pricecan make this a cesirabie market
to buy goods in, then we feel sure this
fall will be an enoch maker in the
town's business. \ Vatch and read the
advertising columns of T HE TIMES.
The Laymens' Convention which
wound up its session last Wednesday
night was decidedly one of the most
important religious gatherings that ha
ever been beld here. The speeches
of a very high order. The speech esj
of Prof. D. W. Daniel of Cletmson, and
Charlton DuRant, Esq.. are said to
have been exceedingly tine. Mr J. D.
Rutledge, of Summierton, Dr. Hi. 11.
Covington, of Florence, and Prof.
Gist Gee, of Soochow, China, were
among the spealcers. One of the highly
entertaininir features of the occasion
was the singing. Just before the co"
vention adjourned Capt. WN. C. Davis'
addressed the convention in behalf of
the people of Manning and gave ex
pression of our pleasure in having"
the privilege to entertain the visitors.
M. C. L. Cuttino, of Sumter. on behalf
of the visitors, made a very pleasin"
acknowledgement of thanks for Man
ninc's hospitality, and the body adopted
the resolutions of thanks by a risin"
vote Rev. C. WN. Blanchard also ma .-e
a nice talk. Hie spoke of the import
ance of the laymens- interest to the
cause of missons. and his great pleas
ure in baring them in ou-- mnidst. Mi-.
Blanchard has a happy way of exprVes
ing himself on all occasions, and en:
this particular one he was not only
hapy in the choice of his lanruat-e.;
The store of -1. H. 114.1N h ee:
renova:ed and put in a greatly Piprov
ed condition. and bidles makin- h
store attractive and e-at. Mr. ' i:i.h
ha- . .u:-.i : he servi'ce of a .irst c:as
dre%-.1 filsan,. N r. .1. N. .\tkin-van
who lia. e\perience in the class of -(i,1:
th- ladies are nos.t interested in. Mr
-i hi.s tirepared well for his fal
trade anld he is determined. if havint
un-to-dat.- good1;. experienced help anc
lvin price's will induce trade to thi
market there wtll he no ::round' fo:
complain, at his store.
Mlr. RZizhy never has :aken any stoci
in the clap-trap methods of cheap-Johr
merchants, and depend., soleely upor
merit for trade. The re.uit is that h(
has won the sobrt'qu et of 'The Young
I:.liable," and he is j.alous of the repI
.:atiol he has maide. lIiiby always car
,W counted on for quality and correct
Hes. His store is -reatly inproved and
his stock will be Cormlete.
In the last issue of T: TIMES we
Ii.-seted the attention of our readers t<
-erv worthy cause-the making happy
he lives Cf an aged couple, who had
one through life tcgether for :ifty
rears. The man a veteran of the "Iost
ause" the other his helpimeet. liar
ey W. Strange and his wife. The re
oze to this call was indeed gratify
n0f. it made one fuel nearer akin to
nankind to know that a meritious call
loes not go unheeded. Several nice
-ontributions in groreries were sent to
rs. D. M. Iradhani. who suggested
hat aid be given. and ifty dollars in
rash was contributed. Very few de
ined to give. The ift:y dollars wn
urned over to Mrs. 8radham. and she
arried the people's thoughtfulness tand
enerosity in ;old to these good old souls
Ceed we say it made them happy'
Ceither need we say it was source of
lappiness to all the contributors to
:now they shared in bringing joy to
hese good old people. We lee! that
;od's blessing came with every contri
An Appeal to Succor.
We see daily upon these streets a
oung white girl. apparently about 15
'ears of age. who. we thirk ,hould re
rive the immediate attention of those
rho make professions of elean living.
.he indications are that this is a sub
ect for rescue work, and we commend
er to the good people of this town for
beir vious consideration.
There are homes in cities for such
cople. and it is not infrequently the
ase that "a brand has been snatched
rom the burning." through these Crit
enden homes. Who knows that if this
nfortunate creature is removed from
er environment. but that after breath
g a moral attmosphere. she too may be
mided into the right, and become an
nthusiastic laborer in the moral vine
This particular case is the work of
romen-it is too delicate a ma:-.er for a
3an to approach a woman upon, but if
he good women of this town cannot see
is their duty to attemp:. this work to
escue a sister who is in great danger,
she has not already, although voung
a years, fallen, then men will have to
brow out a life line to the erring be
We direct attention to this matter for
he purpose of reminding our readers.
speciliy those who advocate the mor
I uplift, that right here in our midst
here is work for them to do. and it is
n imperative duty to strike the scales
f ignorance from the eyes of such, and
>reak the manacles of immoral slavery,
hat an impure, and an unholy environ
aent has placed this young girl in.
Daily tere are demands for men,
romen and money to carry the inttu
ces of civilization to heathens in
oreign lands, all of which no doubt is
duty and commanded by Holy Writ,
ut it does seem to us that when we
ee a enild in years. gradually sinking
nto a mire of sin and corruption, we
rill be held accountable for the omnis
ion, if we do not maice an honest effort
o save the body and soul of the one
n.:aniered. There should be some
hing done right now, even thaouuah the
ut-horities are appealed to. The town
>f .\anning cannot and shall not longer
aermit its civilization to be be...mirched
brough indifference. It, is our busi
ess to do all in our power to save this
rring one, she is of tender y'ears, anai
s not callous to the world, the life she
s leading may be caused by the ex
.mple set by those in her social strata,
aevertheless duty demands that
rough some agency she shall be
arought out from her surroundings and
>aced where the kind ministrations of
teod women, who are devoting their
ives to the saring of fallen humanity,
rill bring her into a new and happy
ife. It is sincerely hoped that before
he next issue of THlE TtMES some
rood woman will have had a conference
rth the unfortunate girl, and arrange
or the accomplishment of a hc-lr pur
The ILiquor Election Yesterday.
The report from the election held in
he 21 disnessary counties yesterday.
ccording 'to this morning's News and
ourier is as foliors:
A bbeville-Dry-For Disnensary 448:
.gainst Dispensary 662:3 precincts miss.
Aiken-Wet -For Dispensary 1,273:
gainst Dispensary 1,0:5: 27 precincts
aut. of 30.
Bamberg-Dry -For Dispensary 126;
.gainst Dispensary 527:2 precincts mniss
arwell-Dry- For Dispensary 537:
gain-t Dispensary 806: 15 precincts
ut of l:.
Beaufort-Probably Wet-For Dis
>ensary 255: against Dispeumsary 219: 7
recincts out of 10.
Berkeley-Dry-For Dispensary 177:
igainst Dispensary 365: 9 nrecincts5
Calhoun-Dry-For Dispe .;y 262:
igainst, Dispensary 276. lIeturns comt
Charleston -- Wet -- For Dispensary
,830: against DispeL.sarv 305. Complete.
Colleton-Dry-For Dispensary 191;
gainst Dispensary 782: 22 precincts out
Dorchester - Dry - For Dispensary
17: against Dispcnsary 564: l0 precincts
>ut of 14.
Fairied-Dry-For Dispensary 106:
igainst Dispensary 670: 11 precincts
Florence- Doubtful-For Dispensary
;'34: against Dispensary 734: 14 precincts
yut of 19.
ry 358: against Dispensary 304: 8 pre
incts out of 17
Hampton-Dry-For Dispensary lis:
gainst Dispensary 594: 15 precincts ou1
Kershaw-Probalbly Dry-For Dis
pensary 234: against Dispensary 52$:
precincts out of 16.
ze- Dry -For Dispensary 24 4:
agaist Dispensary 451: 9 precincts oul
Lexinton--Dry For Dispensary 663
zainst Dispensary 1.116: 5 phrectinets
Oranghurg -Dry - For Dispensary
528: against Dispensary 1.510. Complete
Rticland-Wet -For Dispensary 81$
igainst Dispensary 739: 9 precincts miss:
Sumter-Dry-For Dispensary 330
again-: Dispensary 51t9: 12 polls report
447: aainst Dispensary 761.
Cures Hay Fever and Sumnmer Cohl.
A. S. Nusbaum. lDatesville, Indiana
writs: --Last. year I sutiered for threi
monhs with a summer cold so distress
ing thatt it interfered with my business
1 had many of the symptoms of hay fe
ver and a doctor's prescrtption did no
reach my case, and I took several mted
icine.. which senmed only to ::gravat
it. Fortunately I insisted upo:: havin:
Iolv's Honey and Tar. It quickly cur
d me. M\y wife has since used Foley'
Honer antd Tar with the same success.
The Mass -eetrg.
ThI~ere- was on las.: Friday. at
mill, in the extrezmt' eseic of Sandy
Grove twnship. a las-. meetin. The
mattevr dicus.sed was the neW ,ouin.
:Wroposition. J. Hl. Lceene., i. wa.%
Clarzndon's lone represottative. ing
stree. Lake City. and Olanta wero rep
resented by several speaker-. Gxod
speeches w .and our frieuti
Dr. A 11. Williams. tf Lake
('1v. who we art- told lambasted
TI: MA\\is; Timws editr. bt
ju*.. would not tell the people ho much
money had been rai.e. t bui:d a comr:
house and jail. The iPoetor is a -;en
did fellow, a man of Iiighest charac:er.
and we Would be delightd.l to have him
a citlzen of Clarendon; county seat.
He has a county seat hobby. all of us
are h'pped on some oubject. our friend
Willias'n mania i-- golti. and more god:
to et :i. tie imagines he niust have a
enunty s-eat where he already holds
lare'e iteres. and therefore, the pa-t
severai ,nonths he has permitted him
self to he the other end of a cornet.
commonly called a strr. Dr. William.
.peech at Bjaker's mill was so severely
eloquent that we have been unable to
find out wha: he lid say. other than to
make disparagingly remarks abou.
TiE TIEs editor. Oh: well. aimst
any good man who 1inds himself cau::ht
working in a bad cause will get pettish.
especially when he is twitted by adver
:a-ries. It i; alright for Doctor Wil-'
lIams to :o4k around andi jump upon
the absent ones, we can stand it. but;
ail the sane we would ur;-e our friend
:o move to Manning where he can gaze
ujpn oc. of the pre.tt iost court housos
in the State.
Rutledge County Deceated Both in Clarenduo
and Williamsburg Counties.
l'rports from the 10 precinsc within
te Wiiamsburg area of the proposed
Sne%% N1ain:N lindicate the following re
.uIlt: 1;1, for Iutledgre. .' agtain-t new
cottitv. Sandy Grove- township. the
area of Clarendon county included
with in the limits of the ;ropoed new
county voted 45 for and 2; against
INutledge. The necessary two-thirds 4
majority was not obtained in eitherl,
the Williamsburg or Ciarendon areast
of the new county. Rutledge loses by I
less than 100 votes.
Large Mackerel l5c each. The Mirn
ning Grocery Co.
Fancy fresh Lemons 15c doz.. at The
Manning Grocery Co. 4
Boarders. --Delightful location on W.
i Broad St.. on s:reet car line, modern
conveniences, rates reasonable, address
Mrs. Carolina Felder. Htendersonville.?
Grape Juice 30c bottle. rfaspberry Sy- 4
rup 30c bottle. Cherry Syrup 30c bottle
at The Manning Grocery Co.
For Sale-Great bargain rather than
pay freight, will sell my high grade
piano at much reduced price. A pply to I
Dr. H. L WilIson. Jordan. S. C. Prof.
Clean your old Straw Hats, a bettle 1
of Like New Cleaner for 15c will reno-;
vote balf a dozen hats. The Manning 4
Wanted.-RPeliable, energetic man to 4
.ell lubricating oils, greases and paints
in Clarendca and adjacent counties.
Salary or commission. Stetson Oil Co..
i Cleveland. Ohio.
Take a look at our 5c, 10c and 25c
Bargain Tables-they'll open your eyes
with a profusion of good, useful ar ticles.
at cellar level prices. The Manning
Grocery Co. I
To Rent-One live-roomdelign
West Boundary Street. new house, in4
good neighborhood. Also ii five-room;
comparatively new dwellings on the
same street for saie. This is an exce!-'
lent opportunity to ei:ner cent or pur
chawe property in a desirable section of
the town. A pply to J. M. Bradham,
Manning. S. C.
Turnip Seeds That Grow
Fresh Seeds ir. bulk from the most re
liable seedsmnen, Long Island Improved
Ruta Baga: Cow Horn and Strap Leaf.
The Manning Grocery (o
Tomn Kennedy With A. Abramns
To Myr Friends in Clarendon County
I take this means to inform you that
I am now with Mr. Aaron A brams, and
Iask for vour continued patronage. I
am now in better shape meet the de
mands of my friends than heretofore.
and guarantee you the same courteous
treatment, with better bargains to
oTer. When in town call and see us.
Tanking? you for favors, both past and
prosectveI beg to remain.
Yours very truly,
ToM M. KESNNED..
We will open Saturday.
August 21st, the
MANNING CANDY KITCHEN
next to Postoffice, with
a complete line of fresh
IThe Manning Candy
Kitchen's Candies are
all home-made and hand
made. fresh daily at the
All people are invited
to come in the Kitchen
and see how the candies
are made. We also keep!
all kinds of FRUITS on
hand at all times. Give;
US a trial and you will
SMANNINS CANDY KICHEN.
In the matter of Davis t. Thames.
To all Creditors:
Notice is he~reby given that on ti.e
T$th day of .luly. 19W.l, the said Davis
SThames wrduyadjudicated bank
.upt: and that the iirst meeting of his
creditors. will be- held at my olkce in
th city of Sumnter. S. C.. on the 45th
ia' A~ \ugust. ItIY.. at 11 o'clock. A .
M.~ at whiicht time the said creditorN
may attend. prove their claims. ap-:
oott a trus.teo. examine the bankrupt
an1 transaet such other business, as
may proterly come before the meeting.:
U. . fSe1AL'S.
Manning Hardware Co,
Established in 1897.
Each year finds us strongeri
and better equipped to
serve you. The fol
lowing Lines com
prise our Stock:
Pocket and Table Cutlery.
Paints and Oils.
Varnish and Stains.
Buzrgy and Wagon Material,
Pumps and Piping.
Farming Implements. Etc.
Yours fo- tusiness.
TUE MANNING HARDWARE COMPANY
Hot Weather Eating
Should consist largely of fruits, either fresh or cooked,
cereals and light food generally. Below we quote a few
Prunes, Large fat fellows, per lb., carton...........15c
Apricots, Beautiful Californias. per lb. carton......
Peaches, Fancy Unpeeled California, per lb., carton.. 1-c
Peaches, Extra Fancy Peeled California, per lb., car
ton....... ............... .... .. .........c30C
Apples, Fancy Evaporated, per lb., carton..........15c
Apples, Royal Scarlet Brand-Simply Perfect, per lb.,
canton.... .. ........ ......-.-----------....... ....18c
Apples. N. Y., State, per 3 lb., can................1c
ADricots, Fine New Goods, per 3 lb., can.............30c
White Cherries. New Goods, per 3 lb.. can..........30c
Pineapple, Famous Hawaiian in 2 lb.. and 2. lb., cans
......................................25 and 30c
Asparagus Tips, real nice goods, per can... .. .. ....25c
Asparagus. Whole White, large cans, per can....... C
Sweet Potatoes, per 3 lb., can........ ............15c
Spanish Sweet Peppers, Imported, per can.... .....25c
Cranberry Sauce, per can.......
Plum Pudding, per can........35c
Manning Grocery Co.
S. D. McELVEEN-Leaves.
30:3 pounds at 11 3-4............... --..$ 35 59
307 pounds at 9 1-2...........-- .-.--.-.-9 16
360 pounds atl.10 ...........--..- -- - -- .e6 00
:340 pounds at 14 1-4.........-..------.-.-.---- 4$ 45
15 J. C. JOHNSON-Lugs-gradea.
15 pounds at 15 .. .. . . --.-..-- --- -
131lpounds atl11............-.---.-.-.-.- .1-5- 1
255 pounds at 8 1-.2-.-.-.--.-.--.-.--.-.-.- - - -
90 pounds atl11..............----.--- . ---390~
R. M. WEBSTER-tLugs-.graded.
345 pounds at 7 1.2........-------------... 8
100 pounds at 14l21......-.--------.147
295 pounds at 11.....-..-.----.........3 45
11 pounds at 20...........--.----...----. -0
PRICES ARE HIGH.
Tlring ns your next load and we guarantee you the highest
:narket prices for your tobacco. Open night and day. and always
-ad to sec you. with or without tobacco.
You r friends,
Clark & Cothran,
DRAIN .AND SEWER PIPES
ACME PLASTER. FIRE BRICK
BUILDING MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS
eHOG. COW. AND
(9 in CHICKEN FEED
Horses and Mules
BUGGIES. WAGONS. HARNESS
ANYTHING WHOLESALE OR RETAIL <
BOOTHHARBY L.IVE STOCI( CD.,
Best Livery in Sumter. SUMTER. S. C.
TINNING AND PLUMBING.
The best material, the~ besit w~ork by expeicad
workme n. All w~ork gu-aateed. Estimates fur-I
nis.hed pr omptly~ and w ork committed to 'D'r careC
completed w hen promlised. Also repair . work.
PLUMBING AND TINNING.
EveryVbodyV now Ar~ id. the Piumberx who mnakes
A. J. ARD,
... Wes . rt St. SuCmter. S. C. Phone No. 420.
A;lt pays to trade at Rigby Dry 6oods CO.'0s
" We have said it many i
s times before, we say itk
a again now, It pays to a
.Trade at Rigby Dry*
i Goods Co.'s.
2 Big lot of Val Laces,
i Linen Laces, Torchon,
i Etc., all Edges to be *
. closed out at a bargain i
Big Assortment of*
Sshort lengths in Ging
% hams, Percales, Col
% ored Lawns,. Etc., to i
? be closed out at a sac-w
i 15 dozen Misses' andw
3 Children's 15c. Hose to
i be closed out at 10c. i
4 pair. These are extra
* good values.
* $1.50 Ladies' Wash <
i Skirts to be sold for i"
i All our Stock of Low-s*
i cut Shoes, 25c. off.
3 Big values in Linen *
SRigby Dry Coods Co.
It pays to trade at Rigby Dry Goods Co.'s
MANNING, S. C.
The People's Warehouse is now open for the Sale of Leaf
L'obacco. We waut every planter of the weed in Clarendon and
Ldjoining counties to give us a trial.
This is the beginning of a new firm in Manning and of -
ourse our reputation must be established in the future, and we
roose to establish it this season, if hard work, highest market
)rics. fair dealings and close attention to business count for any
,t'in. No one can dispute that we have one of the
BEST LIGHTED WAREIIOUSE
a this or any other State. which is very important, especially
-ien selling your good tobacco.
Our highest aim will be to please all. Wc are here to stay.
f the people will patronize us.
Yours for business,
Pegram & Payne.