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MANNING, S. C.. FEB. 2, 1910.
Publishes All County and Town Of.
Adverttsers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MUsT be in
this off~ce by Saturday Noe'n in order tc
usure vublication the folkwing week.
ST. FETER'S, NO. 54,
:' Wednesday. February :2. S P. M.
FELLOW C1AkT DEI'RJEE
to be conferred.
F. L WOLrE. W. U. FxzD LLe.K Sec.
RUTH CHAPTER, NO. 40,
ROYAL ARCH WAMSONS
I n RvruLr Ctno~c&iou Scvun
Monday night. eah month. % P.
%WIM. Most Excelneut Ma~trnre
9or next meetime
W. C. DAvis . H- V- CLI-".
High Prie-t. enr.
manningt Chz ptor. No. 10
"Ornerof Eastorn Stur."
Re~uar Meeting First Tuesday
Each Month. at S O'clock P. M..
Masnc Hall. ViWors weicomc
(Miss) FmAscvs DAvtq. W. M.
(Miss) MLturuA DAV. Sec.
For a Short Time Only.
24 mound Sack Forest King
Flour. Best Patent. Guaran
teed to give satisfaction or money
refunded-Only 90c. per Sack.
"Wbere quality reigns.
Mr.Frank Barron.of Charleston, was
in Manning last week.
There was a whole' lot of real cold ice
. yesterday morning, and a right smart
more this moroing, so to speak.
Miss Kathleen Murray, who bas been
visitin Mis Besie revin, returned
to her home In eshoprille yesterday.
mews. Woge butekns n it.silgt to e.
o'clocino left lasrnigh bfor e Yok
toprchas a. sockfsorn formy of
riedst WedMnening dur Te-s
Judg. e onea. wsondhotha bey
Rev.ing Pour int~ ahie up Gon rse
chvrch Thday.hm uin teps
Mr. Dpr Fe.pEalrrisow adlite
dAfter erave clesne thei almeil
inbe lee afoer tw peesandii te
reeaboos il closen.
TMeTrs.W ma. hJenkinsonady a.p
prche ateeo seing adr ngoodsn
ford then stre lhey weison oerc of
nes " .n vr n fte ~dh
Didtko lastienesag er.Tre
Mers .Th. fnegraw wwascnduce of
The ma.aerso cethe-Pepl oaplie
hao andSe d oumny fres.
Afmmer buar cesus texamenatin
tebswill cpla e. h rddsho
T'coc. Tos bandha pronly orp-o
may eensethopoutve and mane an
*nes sld efry one mofnth work. he
The G. H.wd Perom htonb was o
kleinthe nager fte lPeopnies ba vo
Woalroption masuerls a wa enillan
stand dunrilng the people aT ihe a
cemb aele o th ssummer.io
udiungx fatendand forning tws 11
m'coc, Br. Wilia hanwh promcioc-o
ked eiinthSae last atHndhrbyoavotle
iof eton 8oTu t is nowtldctat ihe
loca oonmea s ofaas.te well
ktnw coloe afl carerpepl ace in e
beingounstfryed an formers Thursy
mah, fir Wia iBavrdon, wo prties
ear medci basea who sucedesnvtile
mn arriedonyi.o lctdi
Cmbia.W rnl, who ascatdi ratie
Tiihed hme ontracti putving inthell
knwrn colore i caninr, ae ne
bein estroy web re elasa eTursay.
hm anrre wadsored of hande buis
tnerxt hancto scceedinrttn
Ah sales dhekedg by the imee re
secin oftonrivedd. awMc
a\or. W. W.'Clol h last Sudynih.Te
asd onsuentaot epurting i the
heagnte hoste.nMnighs n
to ewberry Wher Bhhas wil peachnsiv
count. orikewor atno atl kee(
dA saftrno adwelln sm e hoeiofnbe
dacio The public tenalldy inate Mc
attend thesoc sicsna igt h
fmr.ilyF. weralleawy coutyndizchrch,
the Boynsquentl Clobs eeting th
successthe hiorku. ognie
clock. Hi neah and aerie willin nme
mbersducted tatieon he fourbhsn
daxvifternoon aebe.The meours hip
davTepecrially incraedite.r elto
mtendrsi a thes eres. te ~
and aBoy's Con lubs, isr thetipur-t
psces of ehein clubhain organizedns
intesc wil thee anced ile oap- b
poi nroemtent MnnnSe ppintsn acd
The Pa. Rev. ~ .Guerry. p
copal Bishop of South Carolina. will
vLit St. Matthias' ehur ieb at S.asunier.
ton, at 11 o'clock on Fridav morning
February lSth. He will preach the
sermon and will administer the Aposto
lic Rite of Confirmation to a class. The
public are cordially invited.
Messrs. M. N. and C. C. Iangston,
who have been engaged in live stock
and livery bu3iness in M3nning for sev
eral years. have c!osed out their busi
ness at this place and will leave tonight
for Orangeburg. where they will con
duet a similar business. The Messrs.
Langston are good citizen, and will
prove wortby additions to Orangeburg.
The Secretary of state last Saturday
iLsued a commission for the Clarendon
County Fair Association, the object of
which is to establish an agricultural
fair in this county. The petitioners
were Messrs. C. R Sprott and Av. P.
Ervin. The capital stock wili be $3,000
in shares of $10 each. and the books of
subscription will be opened in a few
In order to keep the record straight
a correction is made. Last week, in
commenting on the demise of the late
Svfax Miiton. it was stated that Milton
at one time represented Clarendon in
the State senate. This information was
given to the temporary editor. but THE'
TLmis editor, Mr. Appelt. says this is
a mistake. Milton was never senator
buta memberof the lower house. Jared
D Warley 'as the only negro in the
senate from this county. and when the
Hampton government assumed control,
Warley had still two more years to
serve. but he was permitted to resign
r take the alternative, which was im
prisonment for his connection with some
of the radical frauds. He resigned.
Ex-Governor John L. Manning, net Col.
E. L. Benbow, succeeded Warley in
the senate to till out the unexpirei
term, and when the term had been
filed, Col. H. L. Benbow defeated Gov.
Manning for the nomination for the
full term. It was a most exciting con
vention which defeated Manning, and
many will recall the very bi-ter speech
delivered by Gov. Manning when it was
announced that Col. Benbow was the
xvention's choice. Clareudon's rep
resentatives at the time of the politicali
rerolution in 1876, were, senator, J. D.
Warley: members of the house. Syfax
Milton and Hampton Boston. The sen
stor was a mulatto and the house mem
bets full blooded black negroes.
Itch cured in 30 minutes by Wool
ford's Sanitary Lotion. Nrer fails. Sold
by W. E. Brown & Co., Druggist.
Mysterics Suicie a Maj. Moise.
The people of Manning were shocked
last Sunday night when they heard that
Maj. Marion Moise bad committed sui
:ide that evening. Maj. Moise was one
>f the most prominent and useful citi
zens of Sumter, and was well known and
ighly esteemed all over this section of
the State. The Sumter Item of Monday
Zives the following account of the trag
A few minutes before six o'clock Sun
day afternoon Maj. Marion Moise was
'ound- dead in his office in the Lee &
Moise office building on Main street. He
was seated on a settee, with body relax
ad and head resting slightly to one side,
s it overcome, by weariness, he haa
'allen asleep. H had been overcome
y the overwhelming wesriuess o! a
ifetime of mental and physical labor
tha probably-seemed to him in a it of
lespondency too great to be borne and
be had fallen asleep to wake no more.
In his right hand was grasped a revol
'er and in- his temple was the .vound
that bad cut short his usefuli life and
rought him the relief from the earthly
ars that had unsettled his mind and
les~roved his wonted serenity.
There is no explanation for his suicide
her than descondency, following an
ttack of grippe and a general break
lown from long continued overwork.
Eor several weeks be had been despon
lent and his condition, so unusual, for
man or his cheerful disposition, san
uie temparament and poise and
z. .'.th of character, gave his family
no little worry, but it seemed to be a
mere passing phase, incident to his ill
ness and the recent worry he had had
ver the burning of his home and the
cidental-shooting of his nephew. Alva
olomos, by his youngest son Harold,
and they hoped from day to day that he
would quickly regain bis health and
hrow off the mental depression that
made him so unlike himself, and noth
ing was further from their thoughts
tha." that he would take his own life.
His suicide was a most terrible shock.
not only to his family and assoriates, but
to the entire community, for of all men
be seemed most happily situated and to
have most to live for. He was success
ful in business and in this comnmunity no
ne was more highly esteemed nor more
mniversally beloved. His business was1
in perfect ord"r and he was not oppress
ed with financial cares or reverses and
,ere existed in his case none of the
:onditions that are ordinarity given as
n explanatoi of suicide. What im
elled him to take his own life is an in
explicable mystery and will forever re
main without explanation.
Maj. Moise was discovered by Mr.
Dozier Lee, who went to the office a few
ninutes before 6 o'clock to write a let
ter. WVhen he entered the office he de
tcted the odor of gun powder and re
marked to himself "Smells like some
ne has been shooting a gun in here."
He found all the shades drawn and the
oom was in semi-darkness. He raised
the shade of one window and when be
turned to leave the office he saw Msaj.
Moise sitting on the settee just inside
the door. He did not recognice him at
the frst glance, but when he looked
loser he saw that he was dead and that
he held a pistol in his hand, and on the
floor at his feet was an old deringer. Mr.
ee went to the door to su-amon help
>ut no one was in sight so he decided to~
go at once to hotify his father, Mr.R. D.I
Lee. At the corner of Main and War-I
-en streets he passed Mr. Davis D.
Moise, Maj. Moise's oldest son, who was
going down town in his automobile. Not
.hinking Mr. Moise was going to the of
fie he did not stop him and tell him ofI
his father's. death. Mr. Davis Moise
went directly to the office and finding
his father dead, rushed to the door andI
called for help r.od then collapsed in the
doorway from the horror and shock of
the terrible discovery. Dr. Cheyne was1
called and arrived rwithin a few minu
tes. He examined the body and stated
that death had been instantaneous and
that Maj. Moise had been dead some
time, although the body was still warm.
It cannot be determined at what hour
the tragedy occurred, but it was p~rob-'
ably about -:30 o'clock. Maj. Moise hav'
ng'gone to the ottice between 3:30, and
As soon as the news of Maj. Moise's
death spread over the city a large crowd
gathered and on all sides wrere 1.eard
nressions of heartfelt sorrow and the
greatest surprise. [is death is felt to
be a ess to the city. such as we have sel
dom been called upon to sustain an'd
everone feels it to be a t~ersonal be
reavement. Maj. Moise is survived by
his wife and five children: Davis D.
Moise. E. Warren Moise Francis Moise,
Harold Moise and Mrs. Paul DeLeon.
his mother, Mrs. E. WV. Moise and four
brothers and six sisters.
Coroner Flower- emparneled a jury
Sunday night and after viewing the body
adjourned the inquest until No.'day
morning A t the inquest there w ere
on!v two witnesses. Mr. Dozier Lee and:
')r. 'hene. who testitied to the facts
sustantilv as stated abve The ver
dct of the jury was as follows: "That
Maj. Marion Moise camse to his death
from a gunshot wound inflicted by his
wn and." The funeral was held at
the Synag'gue at 4 o'ch.ck Tuesday af
akes aridnes and Bladder Rigkt
Delightful Social Event.
.i y leazant and enjoyaii i:Aor
m u r was given by te yongtD ilen
Thursday night at the Dixie Cafe. in
honor of Miss Kathleen M1urray, of l3ish
opville. who was the charming guest of
Miss Bessie Harvin. The supner was
served in courses and lasted about two
hours. The special feature of the even
ing was a poein writing contest. in which
prizes of three sets of gold pin.; were
contended for by the yourg ladies pre
ent. Each contestant was furnished a
card on which were written i:r initial
letters which were to be used :L, the be
ginning of four lines which were to
rhyme and be mc.re or less poetical in
construction. The several prizes were
awarded by the judges, Messrs. Alex
Brunson and Charlic Wells, as follows:
Best production. Miss Kathleen .urray:
second best. Miss Tasca Turbeville: fun
niest, Miss Eleanor Tzxid. The following
is a list of those present: Misses Kath
leen Murray. Edna Brockinton. Louise
Brockinton, Helen Thames. Erunie
Johnson. Eleanor Todd, Susie Harvin.
Tasca Turbeville, Louise Bonneau. Ce
leste Hughson. Mattie Venning. Cor
rinne Bartield. Helen Hawley. Kate
Sousong, and lessrs. George Williams,
Fred Lsesne, Bertram Weinberg, Ed
Cuttino. Jack Iseman. John Zeigler.
Rtoland Zeigler. Charlie Wells, Alex
Brunson, Alfred Bradford. Homer Wal
ker. Sam Sprott. Frank Burgess, Lucius
Harvin and Jack Levy.
Census Examination Next Saturday.
The civil service examination for cen
sus enumerators fer this county wili
take place in the Manning graded
school building next Saturday in ae
cordance with the letter of instructions
from the supervisor of census which is
herewith published for the information
of those concerned. It is desired that
the applicants be on hand promptly at
the hour (whites at 10 o'clock A. M.
and colored at 3 o'clock P. M.) Re
member the time and place. graded
Charleston. S. C.. January 4. 1910.
Mr.. E. Appelt. Poatmitress. \anninw. S- C.
Dear .ia'iam:-Rcegardinz the examination
for Certsus Enumeratorm to be held on Saturday.
February 5th. 1910. I e,.timate there will be in
the neighborhood of %eventv-nve persons who
wul present themWelves, while I cannot %ay
these people will come. they will be in po%%Cea
sion of a card of admission which I will send
to each applicant. Please have the examination
for the white applicant'. In tne morniug at 10
o-clock. and the colored applicants in the after
noon at 3 o'clock.
They will be instructed on the card of admL+
%ion at what hour to present ther..elves. and I
.hal mail yo. a ii-t or parties in yoer county
to whom 1 have rent thes- cards.
W. J. SToarv.
Fifth District Lodge K. of P.
Mr C. H. Wilson. D. D. G. C., has is
sued an otficial circular letter calling
attention to the fact that the Fifth Dis
trict Convention of the Knights of Py
thias will mee'. with Zo:a Lodge No. 195
at Sardinia on Tuesday evening next.
February 8th, and says that Mr. P. R.
Alderman, manager of the Alcolu Rail
road, has consented to hold his train at
Alcolu on that evening to make connec
tion with the Atlantic Coast Line trains
going North and South. Returning. the
delegates will leave Sardinia at - o'clock
Thursday morning and make conneetion
with trains both ways at Alcolu. It is
said that the Knights of Zola Lodge are
malking exteesive preparatioos to en
tertain the delegates and will be disap
pointed if they do not have a large num
ber present to meet with them. Sardin
ia is noted for large-hearted hospitality.
and any Knights who fails to attend
this meeting will certainly miss a treat.
The following letter which has been
received by the Secretary of the Board
f Trade w-ill be of interest to the farm
ers who contemplate planting tobacco
in this county. Fr-om it will be seen
that those in char.e of the experiment
station plan have not ailowed the mat
ter to drop, and the letter is very en
-Washington. D. C.. January a4 1910.
Hon. A. F. Lever.
Rouse of Repreaetative'.
Washington. D. C.
Sir:-! have deferred answering your letter or
the 8th instant, to Dr. Galila ay. D~r. Galloway
a been ill with pneumonia for some little
time and I expected that hc would recover and
hat he would be able to take up the questlun
f extending our tobacco work into South Car
olina w'th you personally. It is pos.sibl'e that
Dr. Galloway wtl not be abce to return to the
Department for .'evecrai weeks. I have gone
ver the tobacco question with Dr. Garner ad
with Dr. Galloway. and plans. will be made to
xtend 'the work into Ciarendon county during
the p'esent seas'on. a.,. fully as- the funds and
aclities will permit. A.oon s the plans' for~
the tobacco work for the season are settled, we
will let you know how much work can be under
aken in South Ca.-oiina.
G. H. Powa.L..
Acting Chief of iureau.
The rafdate Monument.
The movement so long neglected has
at last begun to erect a monument to
the memory of the heroes who wore the
gray,-soldiers whose record was the
marvel of the civilized world. Clarendon
now proposes to place upon the court
ouse square a suitabl. mark of its pa
triotism by bavina Li-ected a shaft in
hnor of those who responded and laid
:own their lives upon their countr vs
altar. All contributions sent to THE
MANNING TnXES will be acknowl'a.ed
through its columns.
J. H. Lesesne................ 10 00
Louis Levi................... 10 00
red Lesesne.... ........ .... 10 00
lrs. E. Appelt............... 10 00
David B. Jones......... ....... 1 00
D. LGreen.................. 500
C. M. Mason................. 500
Honor Wo Manning Graded Scoo.
First Crade.-Alice Clark and Grace
Second Grade.-Viola Thames. .\oses
Levi, Thomas Bagnal, .\aude Sprott~.
Ruby McElveen, Helen Baker and
Third Grade.-Pearl Adams, Daisy
Barrineau, Isabel Wolfe and Violet An
Fourth Grade.-Carolyn Plowden,
I-ma MlcKelvey and Mlabel White.
Fifth Grade. -Jeannette Plowden,
Neta Levi. William Wolfe and Addie
Sixth Grade.--Aiieeo Fladger-, Ce
leste Ervin, Rose Ervin and M1ae Spen
Seventh GJrade.-Irma Weinberg.
Austin Sauls. Clara Baggett, Preston
Thames. Jennie Bowman and Lucie
Eighth Grade. -Mabel Todd. Rlobert
Woodson. Cly-de Johnson and John
Ninth Grade. --Chov. Clarke. Helen
Boger, Jul ian Creecy. Ludlow Timmons,
Janie Wilson. L.>uise Huggins, M1artha
Jenkinson, Pammine Bradham. Duflant
Epps Annie Bell Epps. Rlita Nimmer
and .\aria Strangt-.
Tenth Grade.-Hughey Tindal. Ben
nie Futon. M1adge Wood and Lily Davis.
FOURITH 310NTH REtPORT'
Average attendance. ll la~ ll
Per cent attendance. t' l': id
A verage Scholar.bhip.. 'G "i sy.
T nriie- r' 10 i
J.&). C. DANIEL.
Honor Roll Turbeville Graded SchooL
4th Grade-Lela Coker, M1arie Tur
5th Grade -Clarence Coker, Pearle
6th Grade-Clarence Green.
th Grade-Gladys Hutson.
9th G rade --Lucilet- Mlorris. ctavia
orris. Earle Turbeville, Mlack Smith.
10th Grade- -Biertha Turbeville
(FFICRS COLHOL'N LITEIR.\RY 'LCHl.
President. Mlike Turbeville.
Vice-Pre,ident. Earle Turbeville.
Secretary. Bertha Turbeville.
s: Censor. Gladys Hlutson.
..'d Censor. Sidney Green.
Bucken's Arnca Salve
The Ret Salve In The World.
Fol!lowing are th b- Petir and Grand
J aror drown to w-rv- at the Court
of ieneral Sessions which convenes
in Manning the :!nd Monday in Feb
ruary. Judge J. C. Klugh. presiding:
W F Spigner. Alcolu.
L 1) Sports. Davis Station.
1) Levi, Mannin;g.
H Davis. Silver, It F 1).
R L Bell. Manning.
Walter D Epperson, Pinewood.
John EJohnson. New Zion. R F 1).
It W Coker. Turbeville.
J G Wells. Suumuerton.
John GI Plowden. Aleolo. R F ).
W U Strange. Wilsons.
A J Rigby,'Mauuin-.
T J Lowder. Davis Station.
J H Hardy, New Zion.
Jos Yassney. Manning.
W M Lewis, Davis Station. R F D.
R L Reardon. New Zion. R F D.
John E Morris. Turbeville.
C A Plowden, Pinewood.
J W Cochran. Silver.
T C Howle, Manning.
A R Chandler, Alcolu. R F D.
Geo 0 Lowder. Manning.
P M Itichbourg, Davis Station.
Ozias Mathis. Suimerton.
D G Buddin, New Zion. R F ).
George June. Manning.
L A (irahamU, Pinewood.
J M P!owden. Summerton.
E R PlowdenSr. Manning. R F D.'!
Loui. Alhbrook. Wilson. R F 1).
E L Frierson, Wilson, R F D.
L E Brailsford, Silver. R F D.
J E Mellette, Suntuerton.
Eugene Young. Manning.
B P Broadway, Pinewood.
Ga. "O) .1UIoRS.
A S Briggs, manning.
E C Coskrev. Wilson.
E N Green. Turbeville.
T H 6entry, Suinmerton.
Hugh MeFaddin. New Zion. R F D.
A G White. Alcolu. R F D.
J Ashby Richbourg. Summerton.
T M Beard, Turbeville.
J Daniel Mimis, Lake City, R F D.
W A Dvson. Manning.
W r Ke'nnedy. Lake City. R F D.
W D Scurry,'Manning F. F D.
J Henry Lowder, Jr. Pinewood.
A G Heriot, Manning.
R ) Cothran. Manning.
W L Lee, Manning, R F D. 2.
E B Frierson, Manning, R F D.
G L Broadway, Silver.
SECOND WEEK PETIT JCRORS.
R L Morris. Tarbeville.
H F Boe.einan. Alcol.
G T Worsham. Lake City, R F D.
J A Gardner. Summerton.
D U Shorter, Davis Station.
A J Plowden, Summerton. R F D.
F 0 Martin, Summerton. R F D.
J P Coleman. Davis Station.
Curtis Frierson. Wilson, R F D.
W A Avant, Summerton.
F J Stukes, Jordan.
W U Frierson. Summerton, R F D.
W P Legg. Manning.
S T Ivy. Turbeville.
C H Castine, Turbeville.
I V Plowden, Manning, R F D.
J T Rho.us, Foreston.
J H Tions, Manning. R F D.
A P Hill. Paxville.
J Franklin alcLeod, Alcolu.
J Robt Hodge, Alcoln.
W N Cobia, Summerton.
C C Chewning. Manning.
C E Joye, New Zion.
E L Langston. Lake City, R F D.
H L Tucker, Foreston.
H K Beatson. Manning. R F D.
A J Tindal, Manning, R F D.
E B Andrews. Manning. R F D.
W D McClary. Summerton.
J C Dennis, Turbeville.
J R Bradham, Wilson. R F D.
B L Broadway, Jr., Manning, R F
J1 E Tobias, Wilson, R F D.
M J Morris. Turbeville.
5 Ise-man. Manning.
Notice to Veterans.
The Ciarendon County Pension Board
will bold its tirst annual meeting in the
court house at 12 o'clock on Mondr.y,
7tb of February, at which time t'he Pen
son Commissioner. Capt. D. J. Brad
am, will mtke his report of work done
uring the month of January. All vet
erans who can conveniently do so are
requested to meet with us at that time
that they may help us in correcting the
rolls to te sent to the State Pension
Board. D. J. BRADH AM,
Two car loads of horses and mules just
received at Coffey & Rigby's.
Coffey & Rigby can furnisb you any
thing you want in the way of a tine mule
For Sale-Thbree desirable residence
lots on Church street. R. D. Clark.
Come at once. Fifty fresh mules from
which to malte a selection. Coffey &
We have about seventy-five head of
horses and mrules and they must be sold.
CofTey & Rig by.
For Sale-Five-room house and lot on
principal street in town of Manning.
A bargain R. L. Bell, Manning, S. C.
We can sell you a better mule for less
money than you will be able to buy else
where. coffey & Rig by
Our Mr. Allen Bradham is in thbe
West buying mules. Come next Satur
day and Moa: and get n hat. you want
before they are picked over. D. M. Brad
am & Son.
There is a great demand for good
Tennessee mare mules this season. D.
M. Bradhamn& Son must think so or they
would not be bringing so many of them
here to sell A fresh car load of them
will arrive here next Friday.
It matters not w.hat you %pend
The samefl. care i,. accorde-d to
eachu customfler. be the purchas~e
tiv.e cent,. or live dollar-. Modern,
satisfactory service methods are
o:Tered you here -:his makes this
.sto)re a most satisfactory place to
trade. Your purchases. will be
delivered free. regardless of dis
tan~ce. Telephone or m.ail orders
J. A. ZEIGLER, Mgr.
Woodmenz of the World.
Meets on secon'd Monday nigh s at
Visiting Sovereigns Invited.
for c&LudrenJa.-.e sure. No opiates
Dr. King's New Life Pils
The best in the worlet
A one-story eight-room house, with barn, stables, and other
valuable improvements, on one-half acre lot, on West Boun
dary Street. in Manning.
PEOPLES' TOBACCO WAREHOUSE
A large tobacco warehouse. Building alone cost about $5,000.
On eighty three hundreth of an acre, Church Street, Man
ning. S. C. Will sell one-third interest for $1.050.
One hundred and sixty-five (165) acres live miles of Man
ning. Pounded by lands of J. A. Gibson. L. R. Gibson. and
Two hundred and ten (210) acres tive miles Northeact of Man
ning. Bounded by lands of D. W. Alderman. C. H. White.
and J. E. Kelly.
All this property will be sold at very low tigures. either for
all cash, or part cash and balance on time.
We also have some Live Stock that will h disposed of at very
Our Undertaking Department is in the hands of Mr. A. J.
White. who is ready at any time promptly to give his services.
We have on hand a full assortment of caskets and coffins, with
W. E. JENKINSON Co.,
Manning, S. C.
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Scientific Palmist and Fortune Teller Is Here!
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YE LANIN O LDAXATIVE
y.] ETABIVERD SYRUP7
At Old Prices.
I have just received a beautiful
Line of White Goods, consisting of
Linens, Flaxons, Batiste. Madras,
Nainsook, Dimities, - Lawns and
Linenes. While cotton is 70 per
cent higher than it was a year ago
I am in a position to sell to you
these good at the same prices.
A beautiful Line of Chambreys,
Percales and Ginghams. These are
always in demand. -
I can show you the prettiest Line
of Embroideries you have ever
seen in Manning.
I have a Line of new "Crossett"
Shoes, in various styles, which
"makes life's walk easy."
Also a Line of new "Maxim"
Hats, in the latest colors and
shapes. 'T 'ill be a pleasure to
show you these goods.
Yours truly. M
J. H. Rigby9
"The Young Reliable,"
The Sumter Iron Works,
SUMTER, S. C.
IUnder New Management.
MACHIINERY AND SUPPLIES.
Struthers-Wells Steam Engine.
Stover Gasoline Engine.
Nagle Boilers. all sizes and types.
Central Foundry and Machine Co.
'Vance Saw Mills and Wood-working Machinery."
The Buicks & E. M. F.
All types carried in stock for immediate shipmant.
All at the right prices and on satisfactory terms.
Drop us a line for full particulars. Give us a trial and let
us show you. Yours very truly,
The Sumter Iron Works.
I KIRSCHMANN'S I
you can get what you like and will like
I what you get. When you cast your eye on
Jthis list it's pretty sure you'll find some
thing you'll need to day or tomorrow:
g Fie Dress Suits,
I Dress Goods, Notions,I
RninCoats, Hosiery, I
Sweaters, Gloves, I
SShoes, Hats, Shirts,
all ready here for Ladies' Men. Youths' and
* D. Hirschmann.