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MANNING. S. C., FEB. 9. 1910.
Publishes Al County and Town Of
a . a Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a
ebange of ad. mrtsT be in
this ottce by Saturday Ne'n in order tc
usure vublication the followinz week.
Sr. FEM -S,NO. 54,
A. F. l.
wcdnecsday. February . S P. .
FELLOW CRAFT DEGREE
/ .to be contemave
F. L. WoLre. W. M. FarD Lvtur. Sec.
RUTH CHAPTER, NO. 40.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Reruiar Convocazion Second
Monday nU4ht. each toonth. S P.
3. Mcst Exccitent Master Denre-c
W. C. Dsvxs. H. D). CL.KK.
High Pri. Se-cretary.
Manning Chapter. Xo-. 1
'Orderof Easteirn Star."
Regular Meetin First Tuetdiv
. Ech MOn--. at b 'clock P. M..
Masont Hall. vtoitor-i wekonwe
(Missi) FRANCES DAvVI. W. 31.
(Miss) MARTHA DAYLs. Sec
For a Short Time Only.
24 pound Sack Forest King
Flour. Best Patent. Guaran
teed to give satisfaction or money
refunded-Only 90c. per Sack.
"Where quality reigns."
The long-deferred rains seem about
The Legislature adjourned from Sat
urday to Tuesday on account of snlesday.
Senator Appelt spent Saturday and
Monday in Manning, attending to im
portant public business.
Mr. D. Hirschmann returned Mon
day from a business trip to New York,
whiere he bought an extra fine stock of
Miarried Sunday afternoon, February
6th, by Rev. F. H. Shuler, Mr. Eddie1
Lee and Miss Sadie Rlawlinson, daugh-1
ter of Mr. W. J. Rawlinson, Sr. 1
Books of subscription to the capitol
stock of the Clarendon County Fair As
sociation will be opened tomorrow in
in the Judge of Probate's office.
Bishop W. A. Guery will officiate in
the PresbyterianChurch, Sunday night,
13th inst.8 o'clock, assisted by 1her. H
H. Covingtoo of Suter. Public cor
A smaln tenant house occupied by one,
of Coroner H. C. Baggett's farm bands.
on .Mr.J. W.Holladay'sp plnation about 1
three miles North-west of Manning, was1I
destroyed by fire last Friday morning.1
Rev. R. L. Grier, of Greelvville, to- 1
gether with his wife and li'ttle girl,1
spent a few hours in Manning last Mon
day morning. They have many friends I
here who would be glad for them to
comeofteerand stay longer.
\George Lum, the Chinese laundry
snan, who has been in Manning for the
pkest year, will leave next weekfo
Ch'srleston. He is succeeded in the
itwnctrv here by Charlie Lum. his
cousin, who comes from Beaufort.
The slogan of the Progressive Farmner
is: 'iThe one-horse plow must gol good
plowing with it is simply out of the
question." One-horse farmers should
combine, double their teams and ore
pare their land in the best possible way.
Mr. and ~Mrs. W. T. P. Sprott, of
Foreston, have issued very neat invita-I
tions to the celebration of their silver
wedding on Friday, February 8th,
1910, froc12 m, to 6p. m. This popu -
lar couple will have the sincere con
graulations of a host of friends on this
auspicious oasin. It is understood
that Mr. and Mrs. Sprott will further
celebrate their anniversry by takingI
a wedding trip to Florida and perhaps
Mr,. John D. Gerald has closed a con
tract with the well-known wtnolesale
shoe house of Carroll, Adams & Co., of
Baltimore. to travel South Carolina.
Mr. Gerald is a successful buainess
man of wide experieace, is very popu
lar where he is known, and has the
iaculty of making friends readily
wherever he goes. As a knight of the
grin he will prove a sucess We are
gladi to know that Mr. Gerald's family
will continue to make their homa in
The Court of General Sessions will
open in Manning next Monday. Judge
J. C. Klagh, presiding. The following
cases are on the docket for trial: Moses
McKinzie, larceny of live stock: Hat
tie Brunson, murder: David Wilder,!
grand larceny: Jobnie James, assault
and battcry: Henry Green, murder:
Johnie Green, larceny of live stock:
Wesley Burgess, housebreaking and
larceny. The announcement came this
morning that the supreme court has
affirmed the judgment of the circuit
court mn :he case of Frank Driggers,
convicted of murder and sentenced to
life inprisonment in the penitentiary.
No decision has yet been announced in
the appealed case of Willie Bethune,
colored, convicted of murder and sen-1
cenced to be banged.
Mr. Frank P. Cooper died last Sun
day night at Williamston, where he1
had recently gone for the benefit of his!
health. Mr. Cooper, who was well and
favorably known throughout the State.
was a native of the Salem section of
Clarendon county. He made quite a!
reputation Lere a number of years ago
by the assiduous discharge of his duties
as foreman of the grand jary. He was
a'terwards engaged in the service of
the Atlantic Coast Line railroad, as
travellineg representa'.ive of the Colum-!
bia State, and as cir-culation manager
of the Charleston News and Courier.!
M r. Cooper was prominent in the order
of Knights of Py thias, being Chancellor
Commander of one of the mos: Sourish
ing lodges in Charleston, and also
chairman of the grand lodge commit
tee charged with the erection of a
.mmoril to eat e Dr. Thornwell.
Mr. J. F. Ung. who suerintee a
large portion of the wori in the erec
tion of the new court house in Manning.
committed suicide in Augusta. Ga., last
Saturday night. He registered at a ho
tel on Saturday. and some tme during
the night, while in his room. he fired a
pistol in his mouth and blew off the top
of his head. He attempted to kill him
self with a pistol at another hotel in
Augusta several monts ago, but he had
been on a visit to Manning since that
time. Mr. Ong", home was in Wilming
ton. N. C.
A negro boy named Ollie Wilson.
about 11 years old. came near being
killed in tfie streets of Manning yester
day afternoon. He had been plowing
over on Clark's hill, and when he at
tempted to get on the horse to ride home.
the horse started off and lie fell back.
his foot getting caught in the trace
chain. The horse then dashed off and
dragged the boy, hanging by his leg, all
the way to Mr. Sbeibv Davis' house, a
distance of about a half-nile. It was a
miracle that he was not killed, but in
fact he only suffered a few bruises and
was able to be up and about this mora
A colored convict working on the
county chainganz, named Adgie Ragin,
made a dash for liberty last Monday
and was shot and killed by the guard,
Mr. F. L. Fleming. The guard had a
double-barrel shotgun loaded witn one
charge of small shot and another with
large shot. He first fired the small shot
with the hope of stopping the iugitiva.
but as it had no effect he fired the
heavy shot and the convict fell dead.
hot in the back and througa the lungs.
Ra''n was from the St. Paul section
nd had served about four years of a
ten-year sentence. Coroner H. C. Bag
gett held an inquest and the jury re
trned a verdict exonerating the guard
Mr. J. B. Lemon, who lived near
Greelville, left Kingstree last Friday
vening about sundown, driving a mule
bitched to a wagon, and Saturday morn
Eng he was found dead in the ditch by
he roadside. The wagon was turned
2nside down on top of him and his bead
was buried in the mud and water- The
nule be had driven was also in the
itch. held tight by the harness and'
most frozen. In Lemon's pockets
were found some unopened letters and
purse containing $19. and under the
agon was a half-emptied bottle of
>f whiskey. it is reported that Lemon
eft Kingstree with about 100 on his I
aerson. It is said that Lemon often
Lcted as a constable or sheriffs deputy.
d that ne assisted at the hanging
which took place in Kingstree last Fri
lay, cutting the rope when the body
as pronounced dead.
Edltor The Manning Times:
It cannot be very many weeks before
pring will gladdenourhearts with some
gign of her cherished arrival; but at this
;me, visited as we are with typical
;inter weather, it is hard to believe
;at only a short time separates us from
ore mild and pleasant days. Since the
niddle of Nov-mber there have been in
is section but few warm days: nor
ave there been many rainy days, but
!or biting cold and strong winds this
inter is far surpassing any recently
;pent.. Those who congratulated them
jeles three months ago on having laid
,n a supply of wood or coal sudicient to
rry them through the wintu are look
ng about for re-iniorcements: and only
few days since a car load of coal was
lisposed of here within two days after
Many farmers of this loczditv who can
ise the power from gasoline engines for
o many different purposes have invest
d in private engines, but as yet this as
means of lighting has been employed
us little in town. It seems quite prac
cable, in view of the fact that good
cerosine oil and good lamp burners are
ecoming almost unobtainable, that in
lividuals or a number of individuals
onjointly might install these engines
or their lighting purposes. Dr. D. 0.
?hame is just in receipt of a small en
tine, whicn he expects to place at his
esience to furnish lights therein. Un
,il that day shall arrive when an elec
,ric plant is nu* in Summnerton, these
tas plants are destined to be substitu
"The Heroic Dutchman of '76" shown
the graded school auditorium of this
lace on Friday night by the local tal
en of Panola was quite a success from
,e floancial standpoint as well as that
af performance. Te character of the
)utchman taken off by Mr. W. R Davis
ias particularly well played, and the
'between-acts" attractions presented
>y M. D. C. Mason attained to Mr. Ma
on's usual degree of excellence. The
?rincipal, Mr. Andrews. and his as.-is
ant. Miss Friday. are to be commended
r their undertaking, especially so be
uause of the purpose to which the re
ueipts are to be used, namely to procure
piano for the school house.
On Friday afternoon Mrs. J. Fred
.anbam entertained the Matrons Book
lub from 4 to 6. An interesting and
musing centest was entered into by the
nembers. who by their answers to cer
ai perplexing questions showed their
bility or inability to adapt themselves
o circumstances. Mrs. Lanham, assist
d by Mrs. W. R. Mood. served a dainty
;weet course: upon each waiter was to
e found most appropriate favors ins the
;hape of books which proved to be box
s of candy. In spite of the cold after
ioon very few members were forced to
lecline Mrs. Lanhamn's hospitality.
As St. Valent:in's Day approaches the
oung people of every set are eagerly
nticipating a celebration in sone one
>f the many available ways.
Miss iva Bell Hughson of Sumter, wasj
;he guest of Mrs. L. K. Howle, and iike-1
rise Miss Mav Wells durng' last week.
Mr. John Fewell of Rock~ Hill, is a
isitor at the home of Mr. B. C. Ragin.
Mr.' Tim Hlowle of Manning. spent a
lay with his brother, Dr. L. K. Howle,
Hon. 0. C Scarborough is spending
.oday rat home, the legislature having
idjo'urned until Tuesday morning.
Summerton. S. C., February I. 1910
hdir The vann Tms
Hon. D. L. Green, memer of the
[gislature, made a flying trip home
yn Saturday and Sunday.
A little infant of Henry Wallace, of
New Zion, was buried in Pine Grove
remetery on lart Sunday.
Mr. J. E. Kelly. of Alcolu, was here
n last Thursday for the purpose of or-I
anizing a boys' corn club. Results of
the meeting will be published later
Miss Magrgie Corbett spent Saturday
Dr C. E. Gambie's automobile has
arrived and be~ has already tak~en a
trip to New Zion.
County Auditor A. IP. Burges'. was
bere on the 1st. taking tax returns. 1.!
The movement so long neglected has
at last begun to erect a monument to
the memory of the heroes who wore tbe
gray,-soldiers whose record was the~
marvel of the rivilized world. Clarendon
now proposes to place upon the court
house square a suitable mark of it~s pa
triotism by having erected a shaft in
honor of those who responded and laid
down their lives upon their countryv's!
altar. All contributions sent, to THLE
MANN Ttm.ts will be acknowl" nd
through its columns.
J.fH. L4esesne......... ... ....1000
Louis Levi................... 10 001
Fred Lesesne ... ........-.-.10 c0
Mrs. F. Appeit. .... ...... ... 10 0
David Bi. .Jones-....... --...... 10 00
D. L.(reen..... ...... ......50
C M. Mason........... 500~
. '. migay- 1 00
mA~,r nhe .Lumi Tin:--,
During thd past week setcral partieb
have been given by the young people of
Pinewood. The first one was a masquer
ade party given by Mr. and Mrs. H. F.
Stack last Tuesday evening in honor of
Miss Jack Rogers. While masked the
bovs were given the name of a State.
to the girls the capitals. The States
found their capitals and in this way part
ners were formed for the box supper
which was held in connection with the;
masonerade party. During the evening
many games were played and the ocea
sion afforded much enjoyment to every'
On Wednesday evening Miss Odeli
Barwick gave an informal party at her I
home. The young people played games
and joined in contests until almost the
mid-night hour. In the animal contest,
Mr. Clyde Geddings and Miss Mae Grif
tin won the prizo. When the hour of
departure arrived the guests expr esd
themselves as having spent a most en
On Friday evening Maj. and Mrs R.
F. Epperson gave a party in honor of
Miss Fred Reeves of Ride --av. During
the evening Mrs. Walter Epperson serv
ed a delightful chocolate course. Many
means of amusement were furnighed.
Among those present were- Misses
Fred Reeves, Bessie Geddings, dell
Ba.rxick. Mae and BerthaGrifin, Annie
Reeves. Jack Rogers, Emily Hutson and
Lillian Larence. and Messrs. Clyde Ged
dinu;. Howard Scott. H-nry Richard
son. .im Larence. Fred Criffin and V
The young peoole of the town have
orde a tennis court on the old school
house grounds. and games are in order
early every afternoon.
The fast train which passes here about
12 o'clock, known as the -Palmetto Lim
ited," does some damage quite often:
many hogs and chickens have lost their
lives 'ev this train, and Sun;ay morning
a colored woman was killed while cross
ing a tressle between Sumter and Priva
Fabian Broadway, the little daughter
>f Mr. Ben Broadway. is recovering from
her recent illness.
Following is the honor roll of the
traded school for month ending Janu
First grade.-Whitney Munnerlyn.
uby Broughton and Letitia Stack.
Second grade.-Mary Broughton.
Gladys Weeks. Sudie Mims, Jessie Wise
..1 Juil.t Barwick.
Third grade.-Aonie Lee Munner-lyn.
Ray Lide. Edith Griffin. Leo Broughton
tnd Minnie Harvin.
Sixth grade.-P iul Salley, Reid Grif
fin and \lvrtle DesChamps.
Seventh~ grade.-Miss Helen Ged
Eighth grade.-Julian Griain.
Ninth grade.-Miss Isabel Weeks.
A. P. T.
Pinewood, S. C., February 7. 1910.
Following are the Petit and Grand
Jurors drown to serve at the Court
>f General Sessions which convenes
in Manuing the 2nd Monday in Feb
ary. Judge J. C. Kiugh, presiding:
W F Spiguer. Alcol.
L D Sports, Davis Station.
D Levi. Mancig.
N B Davis. Silve-r, R F D.
R L Bell. Mannin:.
Walter D Epperuon. Pinewood.
John E Johnson. New Zion. R F D.
R W Coker. Turbeville.
J G Wells. Sumawerton.
John G Plowd.n. Alcolu. R F D.
WV G Strange. Wils-on.
A J Rigby, Mannin.
T J Lowder, Davis Station.
J H Hardy. New Zion.
Jos Yassney, Mlanning.
WV M Lewis, Daivis Station. R F D.
R L Reardon, New Zion. R F D.
John E Morris, Turbeville.
C A Plowden, Pinewood.
J WV Cochran. Silver.
T C Howle, Manning.
A R Chandler. Aleoiu. R F D.
Gieo 0 Lowder, Manningr.
P M1 Richbourg. Davis Station.
Ozias Mathis, Summterton.
D G Boddin, New Zion. R F D.
George June, Manning.
L A Graham, Pinewood.
J M1 Plowden,, Summzerton,.
E R Plowden,Sr. Manning. R F D, 2
Louis Alsbrook, ilison, R F D.
E L Frierson, Wilson, R F D.
L E Brailsford, Silver, R F D.
J E Mellette, Summzerton.
Eugene Young, Manning.
B P Broadway, Pinewood.
A S Briggs, Manning.
E C Coskrey. Wilson.
E N Green. Turbeville.
T H Gentry. Sommerton.
Hugh McFaddin. New Zion. R F D.
A G White. Alcolo. R F D.
J Ashby Richbourg, Summerton.
T M Beard. Turbeville.
J Daniel Miws, Lake City. R F D.
W A Dyson, Manning.
W T Kennedy. I City. R F D.
W DSeurry, Mannn.R FD.
J Henry Lowder, Jr. Pinewood.
A G Heriot, Manning.
R D Cothran, Manning.
W L Lee, Manning, R F D,. 2.
E B Frierson, Manning. R F D,
G L Broadway. Silver.
SECOND WREK PE~TIT JL*RORS.
R L Morris, Turbeville.
H F Bowan. Alcolu.
G T Worsham,. Lake City. R F D.
J A Gardner. Summnerton.
D G Shorter, Davis Station.
A J Piowden, Suimmerton, R F D.
F 0 Martin. Summiertoun, R F D.
J P Coleman. Davis Station.
Curtis Frierson, Wilson, R F D.
W A Avant, Sumzrerton.
F J Stukes, Jordan.
W Gi Frierson, Summwerton, R F D.
WV P Legg. Manning.
S T Ivy. Turbeville.
C H Castine, Turbeville.
I V Plowden, Manning. R F D.
J T Rhodus, Foreston.
J H Tinmmons, Manning, R F D.
A P H ill, Paxville.
J Franklin McLeod, Alcolu.
J Robt Hodge, Alcolu.
WV N Cobia, Summierton.
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 3 Tindal. Manning. R F b.
E B Andrews, Manning. R F D).
WV D McClary, Summuierton.
J C Dennis, Torbeville.
J R Bradham, Wilson. R F D.
B L Broadway. Jr., Manning. R F'
J E Tobias, Wilson. R F D.
31 J Morris. Turbeville.
S Isemian, Manning.
Golf In the Old Days.
Centuries back golf was a pastime
of the royal family, though then usu
ally played in Scotland. The Stuart
family was very fond of the game.
and the first English club was estab
lished at Blackheath in 1008 by James
I. His elest son. Henry, frequently
played and on one occasion nearly
struck by accident his tutor with a
club, whereupon he coolly remarked.
Had I done so I had but paid my
debts." Charles 1. was playing golf
when he received the news of the
Irish retellion. James. dluke of York.
afterward James II.. was another
ardent player. Golf Is frequently
me'oned in ancient Scottish records
and in the tifteenth century was pro
hibi vd because It interfered with the
practice of archery. Strutt consid
ered it the most ancient game at ball
requiring a bat.-London Standard.
Itch cured in 30 minutes by Wool
for's Sanitary Lotion. Nyer fails. Sold
Ir %.W. Threet de'.~ram- 1idenc
I<.:-- on (*hnreib .<ret Y. R. 1). (M
For Sale Cheap. -- One Engine and
Boiler. Apply to C. F. Rawlinson &
Co.. Davis Station. S. C.
For Sale - Five-room house and lot on
prirncipal street in town of Mlanning.
.\ bargain R. L. Bell. Manning. S. C.
For Sale. - 0 bushels Cow Peas, for
prices., apply to L.. E Rrails!ord. Sum
merton. S. C.. R. F. ). No. .
Van Ordell of <>ra:,-bur:: the well
known high-grade phwoorrapher. will
he in Manning February 15 to '.-no
The new rti of Shaw v Drake.
Sumter. S. C.. ha. handled live cars of
mules and horses since they opened,
about one car a week. This shows what.
close prices will do.
Many of our readers will recall the
excellent photographs that Van Orsdell
made here several years ago. He will
be here again February 1-5 to 26th.
Dr. Clifton's Engagement.
Dr. Cliftou. Eye. Ear, Nose and
Throat Specialist. at. Zeigler's Phar
macv. in Manning. three days next
week, Thursday. Friday and Saturday,
1, 1, and 19. Patients will please call
The Mutual Life Iniurance ('ompany of
Columbia. S. C.. November 27th. 1909.
To Whom it may Concern:
This is to advise that Mr. Isaac M.
Loryea. of Sumter. S. C.. has been duly
appointed a Special Agent to represeit
this Company and is authorized to tran
sact sucb business as relates to the pro
duction of new buslness.
We will appreciate a careful consid
erution of the propositions to be sub
mitted by Mr. Loryea.
F. H. HYATT.
Manager for South Carolia.
IWAfter February 15th, for two (2)
weeks. al: communications should be
ddressed to Isaac M. Loryea, Special
Agent. care Louis Cohen & Ca., Char
leston. S. C.
MONEY TO LEND. An amount of
AaMoney has been placed in my hands
to lend on Real Estate. Apply to
30sEPH F. RHAME,
\fanning, S. C.
Mtanufactured by Superior Manufacturinz Co..
Ann Arbor. Michigan.
The Old Reliable Is
WILL BE LOCATED AT
VANNING, S.C.. FEB 13, to 26.
Positively No Longer.
G;roups char..ed Extra. Prices quoted at
Rudio. Strictly Grad! A Photos. One-half
lozen. 1:.00. One Dozen $3.5%-cabinet size.
V lews of reside-nc.-.. isanily Groups. amals.
iomes. etc. All nte-.t styles in Folders in
'latnum aini Sepia effec'.s.
Honest. Good Work
Bring the Babies to Van. SIttings made dlur
nc ceudy or rainy as wcll as fair weather.
Old pIctures copied and enlaryed in Pastel.
3rayon. nad water colors--special.
Itememaber my stay is limited, so do not hesl
ite. but come early and avoid the rush. Public
nvted to call at Studio and examine display of
VAN ORSDELL. Artist.
The books of registration will be
>pen each Monday at the Clerk of
oncil's office until the first day of
pril, from which time they will be
apen every day until the election.
I. I. APPELT,
February 9th, 1910.
Notice of Discharge.
1 will apply to the Judge of ProbateI
or Clarendon county, on the 9th day of I
March. 1910. for letters of discharge as ~
dministrator of the Estate of Rufus
J. A. WVEINBERG,
Manning, S. C., February 4, 1910.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Probate
or Clarendon couuty, en the 7th day of
Alarch, 1910. for letters of discharge as
dmnistrator of the Estate of Isaac
Mann, .C., February 5, 1910.
Pursuant to commission to us directed
*ssued by R M. McCown, Secretary of
tate, books will be opened in the office
f the Judge of Probate in the Court1
house at Manning, S. C.. at ten o'clock
A M., Thursday. February 10th, 1910,
ror the purpose of receiving subscrip
:ions to the Capital Stock of Clarendon
County Fair Association.
C. R. SPROTT,
F P. ERVIN.
JAS. M. WINDHA M,
Manning, S. C.. February 5th. 1910.
in prescription work.
Ttion value is the purity of the
ingredients. All our drugs are se
lected for their purity and have
been test~ed for strength. We kr-ow
they're all right i.
F~OR the highest purity and first
qait dru.gs and medicnes
we know our u-ices are very low.
Not only do you save money
when you buy here. but you aire
sure of the proper result:-.
J. A. ZEIGLER, Mgr.
ribnning, S. C.
Agent for Park .\ Tilford's
Maes Kkdneys and Bladde.* Rlght
Dr. King's New Life Pills
The best ini the world.
Mules, Surreys, Harness,
and everything in this line sold by an up-to-date
call on us. After you buy. if not as represented.
we will make it right. Just received. car of
Fine Horses and Mules.
SIAW & DRAKE,
Nos. 10. 12 and 14 Sumter Street. SUMTER. S. C.
Local and Long Distance 'Phone. No. 553.
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, Cburch Street, Man
ning. S. C. Will sell one third interest for $1,050.
One hundred and sixty-five (165) acres five miles of Man
ning. Bounded by lands of J. A. Gibson, L. R. Gibson, and
Two hundred and ten (210) acres five miles Northeast of Man
ning. B)unded by lands of D. W. Alderman, C. H. White,
and J. E. Kelly.
All this property will be sold at very low figures, either for
all cash, or part cash and balance on time.
We also have .,ome Live Stock that will be 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, 5. C.
THE MANNING HARDWARE Co.
3-a ESTABLISNED IN t897.
Potware, Stoves, Ranges. Oils, C.
Heaters, Wire Fencing, Paints, ~
Sporting Goods, Baint
Pocket Knives, Brushes,
Razors. Shears Pms
Shells. Nails, Sheet Iron,
Et. Farm Implements, C
t M1ll Supplies, Buggy
- and Wagon Material.
Tobacco Barn Flues. 4
THE MANNING HARDWARE Co.
BUGGIES. WAGONS. HARNESS.
Lime. Cement.Acme Wall Plaster. Shingles.
Laths. Fire Brick. Clay. Stove Flue
Drain Pipe. &c.
HAY AND GRAIN.
Oats, Wheat, Rye, and Baiy. A carload or a singrle
article. Come and see us, if unable to do. write or
'phone No. 10.
TO THE TIMES OFFICE.
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. 'Till be a pleasure to
show you these goods.
J. H. Rigby,
"The Young Reliable,"
The Sumter Iron Works,
SUMTER, S. C.
Under New Management.
MACfINERY 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 sho you.Yours very truly,
The Sumter Iron Works.
IHIRSOH MANN'S I
you can get what you like and will like
Swhat you get. When you cast your eye on "
this list it's pretty sure you'll find some-E
thing you'll need to day or tomorrow:
Fine Dress Suits,
.Dress Goods, Notions,
Rain Coats, Hosiery,
Shoes, Hats, Shirts,
Sall ready here for Ladies' Men. Youths' and