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MANNING. S. C., MARCH 2, 1910.
Pubishes All County and Town Of.
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MusT be in
this o.ce by Saturday Noon in order tc
insure Dublication the following week.
ST. PETER'S, NO. 54,
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RUtH CHAPTER, NO. 40,
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
lt_-41ar ConvocatUon Second
Monday nighL each month. ' P.
M. Most Excellent Master ree
W. C. DA%-s. ii- D.CLAK.
High Priet. Secretary.
Oz-Ocrof Enntern Sruer.
Regular MXectcn Fin-rt Tues.day
Each Month. at s O'clock P. M..
Masonic Hall. VLitor' welcome
(Miss) FXAmsCZ DAvLs. W. M.
(Miss;) MAF.Tru Darts. See
MAKES HENS LAY.
FOR SALE BY
"Where quality reigns."
Miss Augusta Appelt is in Charleston
Mr. Julius Sprott, of Jacksonville,
Ma., was in Manning yesterday.
Sumnertoc has more automobiles in
it for its sie than any other town in
the State. and the fad is not abating.
A rare treat in store for young and
old at School Auditorium Wednesday
night, May 4.
Mr. Pi~ely Barron of Columbia,
spent several days of last week in Man
ning, visiting the family of his brother,
Mr A. I.Barron.
Died in Samter early Sunday morn
ing, Mr. A. D'Ancona, the father-in
law of Mr. Mitchell Levi, of Suter,
and Mr. Louis Levi of Manning.
The tishermanbhave been having much
-success of late with the tinny tribe, but
the recent cool winds and the rains, has
temporarily pot a stop to the sport.
Mr. W. Jasper Turbeville of Turbe
tile. is now at Poughkeepsie, .
at Estmn's usiess ollgeto take
an advanced course in bookkeeping.
A large party of young people of Mao
Ding, were entertained by Mr. and Mrs.
J1. McD McFaddin at a fish fry last Fri
day evening near the McFaddin home.
Married by Father Kennedy, in Sam
ter yesterday. Mr. Thomas Courtney of
Monsomnery, Ala., and Miss Mabel
*Bell of Manning, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J P. BelL
There is no company like "Roney's
Boys" or remotely approaching it in
either America or Europe Don't faii to
hear them. Seats on sae at F. N. Wit
son Insurance Agency.
Mayor A. C. Bradlham left Monday to
take some horses through the country
to Black Mountain, N. C. Mrs. Brad
ham joins hima at Union, S. C to con
tinue the trip with him.
When you come to the county conven
ticn next Stonday do not fail to come to
-TTnruooce and register vour name
as a sunscriber, or If a subscriber, and
in arrears. have your date advanced.
Candidates for offce, the columns of
THE ThES bids you welcome. A $5
William accamanying your announce
ment is all that. is necesry for the gen
eral public to know that you are offering
Married last.Wednesdav in Kingstree,
Mr. Samuel Keels Brockmnton and Miss
Esther Gordan. Miss Julia Cuttino and
Mr. JT. B. Hudual of Manning, attended
the wedding, which was an elaborate
The town council will hereafter pub
lish ordinances enacted by them in THE
TLVES, it has made an annual contract
for the publishing. This is a step in the
right direction, and will prove bened
cial to the public,
*Died in 'Sumter Sunday. May, the
seven-months old daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Abe Weinberg. The remains
was taken to Camden for burial. Mrs.
A. Weinberg~of Manning. accompanied
the funeral party.
The Scottish Rite Masons will have a
convocation in Savannah on the 4th and
5th of next month. Manning has three
members and some of them will probab
ly attend. Degrees will be conferred
from the 4th to the 32nd.
The New Zion school closed last Fri
day evening, and on Saturday there was
a picnic. Addresses were delivered by
Charlton Duflant, Esq., of Manning and
Dr. I. M. Woods of Sardinia. There was
a large crowd in attendance, and as us
ual there was a bountiful dinner.
Postolfce Inspector Kingsmiore spent
Monday night in Manning, and while
here made the annual inspection of the
postomeie. Mr. Kingsmore conducted
the inspection in a courteous manner.
while strict, he is also considerate,
differing in this respect from new men
it' the service.
The anti-spitting ordinance of this
town, provides a penalty of from one to
ten dollars for spitting on the concrete
sidewalks. Tne ordinance is a good one.
and intended as a sanitary measure. It
is not the purpose of the town to have
this ordinance as a means of putting
money into the treasury, but its purpose
is to put a stop to the ugly practice of
people making the sidewalks a convey
or of disease. So take notice, and when
it becomes necessary tospit, dOooin the
The proposition to have a bank at
Sardinia is about to be an assured fact.
We are told that the capital stock car
be obtained upon twenty-foiur hours
notice or it can made be a branch of one
of our local banks,. both propositions are
now being considered, but Sardinia is
to have a bank before sixtv d:avs.
The road is broad and clear for every
man who has political aspirations all
that he has to do. is to get into it. This
is one of the greatest blessiugs an
American citizen enjoys. Hence there
is no good reason to lose sleep in se hem
ing the ways and means of becoming a
candidate or how to gratify a spleen or
The land seekersof Marlborocontinue
to come to Clarendon, looking for invest
ments. We gladly welcome these Marl
boroites for as a rule they are a very
sturdy people. and their coming here
will be an incentive to our people to in
crease the values of their lands by in
tensive farming. just the thing that has
made Marlboro lands almost priceless.
THE TIMEs has erected an arrange
ment by which it will every week, be
ginning this week. publish The B*rook
lyn Tabernacle Bible S:,udies. The sub
ject 'n this issue is: "Be Temperate In
All Things." We hope this feature will
be received with approval by our read
ers, and perhaps later we will arrange
for sermons bv ministers of the different
denominations. We are striving to be
of service to enlighten as well as enter
tain the public.
At the regular monthly meeting of
Clarendon Lodge of Knights of Py1 bias
last evening. S Oliver O'Bryan. Esq..
and Louis Appelt, both Past Chance!
lors. were elected to represent the lodge
at the Grand lodge which meets at Ben
nettsville May 20th. The people of Ben
nettsville are making extensivte prepar
ations for the entertainment of the del
erates. and they will also take advantage
of this occasion to show the State at
la.-ge Marlboro at home.
The Columbia Record is offering a
trip to Europe to some lady. The an
nouncement is that the paper will send
six women and a chaperon on a special
lv arranged forty-five day tour of the
principal cities and scenic points of Eng
land and continental Europe. and the ex
ense of the trip will be paid by The
Record. The trip begins ncxt July.
Those interested can get full informa
tion by writing to that newspaper Read
the advertisement in this issue.
There is a movement on foot to organ
ize a joint stock company to have anoth
er newspaper in Manning, parties are
being solicited to subscribe to the stock
for this new enterprise. Manning has
tried two newspapers several times but
some bow or other the investment did
not turn out profitable, perhaps at this
time when. everything is prospering
such a project will be more successful.
at least this newspaper will welcome
The letter in this issue from Mr. R
R. Harvin of Tadmor. Texas, was not
sent to us for publication,but it contains
matter which we feet sure will interest
our readers, and we know that Mr. Har
rin will pardon us for presuming to let
his old home folks hear from him. Our
orrespondent is a Clarendon man. a
brother of Mr. T. H. Harvin of Silver.
He has been a readec of THE TimEs
these many years, and therefore he
keeps posted on the movements of his
old associates and companions.
Died last Sunday morning about one
>'clock. Joseph Edwin. the fifteen
months old sen of Mr. and Mrs. Jobn A.
Burgess. The funeral took place in the
lanning cemetery Sunday afternoon
Rev. F. H. Shukcr. pastor of the Metho
ist churcb, in the absence of the pas
,rof the Presbyterian church, conduct
ed the services. assisted by Rev-. A.. G.
Bridgeman, pastor of the Indiantown
resbyterian church. The little onej
was a great sufferer for several months,
nd he was-brought from his home in
Summerville to the home of the grand
arents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stukes, in
te hop that the change would provec
There is some complaint from the Sa
em section because certain roads in and
round New Zion have not received at
ention as quickly as is thought they
hould have received, and the Supervis
r is blamed therefore, these good peo
ple should not get out of patience with
the Supervisor, as he is doing the best
e can with the means at his command.
t this time he is engaged on the road
etween Manning and Summerton
which was ina a most deplorable condi
tion, and just as soon as he can leave
this piece of road, he proposes to move
the gang into the territory where there
is complaining. He will repair that New
Zion road, and put it in first class con
dition. and once his gang gets into that
section he wili repair all of the roads
over there. Give Mr. Mcfaddin time
and he will drive away all a"cuses for
A treat for the little folks as well as
for the older folks, "Roney's Boys" at
School Auditorium Wednesday night.
Demoaie Club Meetings.
The Democratic Clubs throughout the
ounty as required by the party rules
met and organized last Saturday, elect
d delegates to the county convention,
embers of the county executive com
nittee, and officers for the ensuing two
years So far as heard from the follow
ng elections were had:
Clarendon.-President, J. H. Lesesne;
Secretary, J3. Ingram Wilson: Executive
Cmmittee, W. M. Plowden: Delegates.
. H. Lesesne, C. A. McFaddin, Chari
on DuRant, W. M. Plowden, L. H. Har
yin and T. L. Bagnal.
Farmers Platform.-President. D. M.
Bradham: Vice-Presidents, W. T.
ouchberry and S. J. Bowman: Secre
tary. J. M. Windham: Executive Cow
mittee,.J. Elbert Davis: Delegates, J.
Elbert Davis. W. T. Touchberry, S. J.
Bowman, Louis Appelt, T..J. Tisdale,
R. H. Davis, W. C. Davis. J3. A. Wein
erg, J. M. Windham, J. H. Windham,
E. B. Gamble, J. N. Riges, A. P. Buar
gess, J. W. Ridgill, F. i-.arle Bradham,
D. M. Bradham, T. M. Wells, N. D.
hames, D..J. Bradham. J. C. Harrett,
W... Bradham and E. B. Brown.
Manning.-President, Joseph Sprott;
Secretary, E. J. Browne: Executive
Commitee. C. R. Sprott: Delegates, A.
Levi, W. P. Legg, R D. Clark, T. F.
Coffey and S. J. Clark.
Foreston Reform.-President, W. T.
P. Sprott: Vice-President. J3. E. Rich
zourg: Secretary. Y. A. Holladay: E~x
cutive Committee, WV. T. P. Sprott:
Delegates. J..J. Barnes. C. T. Ridge
way,.3J.FE. Richbourg, T. L. Hoiladay
nd J. E. Graham.
Sumerton.-President, A. J. Rich
bourg: Vice-President, C. M. Davis:
Secretary. J. A. James: Executive Comn
mitee. C. M. Davis: Delegates, C. M.
Davis. 0. C. Scarborough, J. G. Wells,
J. E. Tennant..J. A. James. J. D. Rut
ledge. C. WV. Evans and D. B. Davis.
Jordan.-President, B. B. Thompson:
Secretary, P. B. Mitchum: Executive
Committee. B. B. Th~ompson; Delerates,
ft. C Plowden, T. J. Stukes and T. MI.
Douglas.-President. D. L. Green:
Vice-President. D. E. Turbeville: Sec
retarv and Treasurer, J3. P. Turbeville:
Execuive Committee. D. E. Turbeville;
Delegates,.J. C. Dennis, W. H. Castine,
D. E. Turbeville. J. P. Turbeville, D.
L. Green and J. L. Green
Wite.-President. P. E. Itidgeway:
Vice-President..!. Rt. Tobias: Secretary,
.. P. Mitchum: Executive Committe. C.
. Haley: Delegates. C. .J. Haley. T. D).
Haley. J. P. Brewer and Win. Rtidge
"Rone's Bovs" Concert company of
Chicago will give the last attraction of
the season at School Auditorium Wed
nesday night, May 4. Let every boy and
ir i,, ton har rthem.
Clarendon Pension Roll 1910.
Class A $96. -S. J. Bowman, Man
ining; P. T. Floyd. Turbeville: W. C.
Ventning. Manning: P. W. Jayroe,
Class B $72.-W. H. H. Hobbs, Ne w
'Zion; J. J. Jeffords. Alcolu: H. E. Rob.
Class C No. I $4-W. N. Coker,
Bethlehem: H. D. Evans. New Zion;
E. J. Green, New Zion: .1. C. liod;e.
Manning: S. W. Kirton, Foreston: S.
R. Tobias, Foreston.
Class C No. 2 $20.-J. W. Ardis.
Pinewood: J. J. Bra::don. Columbia:
J. B. Boswell, Foreston; S. Y. Barnes.
Foreston: N. B. Barrow. Wornian:
Jos. W. Barrow. New Zion: W. J.
Brunson. Manning: .1. W. Browd-er,
Manning: Richard N. Billups. Sum
:erton: J. W. Corhett. New Zion: P.
B. Dri;g.ers, ireelvville: 1). C- Dyso.h
Manning: C. C. DuBose. Mann in': J.
P. Floyd. Sardinia: Noah Floyd, Lake
City; Jeptha Floyd, Iake City; 1>. E.
(iavmon, Alcoln: H. N. tiriffin. Kin
1-tree: W. W. tieddin::s. Patville: J.
T. (ireeni. Turbeville; .j. W. iriflii.
Paxville: I .1. tieddings. Pinewood:
R. W. ireen. Turbeville. Isaac Hay
ley. Wilson: W. W. Hickman, Turb
ville: T. U. June. Jordatn: T. W.
Jones, Mannin:; Win. J. McKni::ht.
Wilson: T. A. McElveen. Turbeville:
J. A. Montg-ornery. (ireelyville; J E.
Morris, Foreston: R. I. Pack. Alcoli:
Samuel Parker, Wilson. Robt. Ridge'.
way. Manning: R. N. Richbontg.
Davis Station; P. E. Ridgeway, Man
ning: G. W. Rhodus. Foreston;: J. B.
Stukes. Mannin:; J. J. Spigner. Alco
lu: Harvey Strange. M1anning: Wil
liam Vick. Silver; J. H. Tindal. Davi
Station: John A. Ward. Manninz:
John Welch. Seloe: James B. Walker,
Summerton: J. Grier White. Acoln.
Class " No.: 4$ -Annie Browder.
Foreston: Berline Buirivs. Workman;
S. J. Gardner. Jordan; 5. J. Mellette,
Turbeville: S. A. Nelson. Manninr.
Mary E. Ridgeway. Foreston: Francis
Stakes. Wilson; Doily Stone. Paxville;
Mary E. Wise, Manning; S. C. Wil
Class C No. - $-.-Lenora A rd. Jor
dan; Mary J. Alsbrook. Manning; M.
A. Barwick, Manning: A. J. Bell, Man -
ning: S. L. Barineau. Alcolu: E. B.
Baker. New Zion: Emily Beard. Seloc;
M. M. Bagnal. Manning: Oliva V.
Clark. Foreston: Margeret A. Coker.
Seloc; E. B. Childers, Jordan: Matria
Cook. Manning: H. M. A. Cobia. Davis
Station, Mary J. Clary. Alcolu; S. A.
Cantey. New Zion: M. R. F. Corbett.
Davis Station; Margaret Corbett, St.
Paul; Trnsie T. Driggers, Alcolu: Jul
iaua DaBose, Seloc; Mary Ann Du
Bose. New Zion. Martha E. Evans.
New Zion; Ellen J. Gowdy. ' ake City;
G. W. Grooms. Lake City:. T. A. Ged
dings. Paxville: Rebecca Gibbons,
New Zion; R. 31. Hardy. New Zion.
Charity A. Haley, Wilson; Fannie
Holladav. Manning; Sarah R. Hudson
Manning; Mary Jane Hodge. Man
ning; Lavinia Francis James. Man
ing; M. E. June. Manning; Ellen A.
Huggins, Manning; Kezziah Kolb,
Parville; Mary Kolb, Paxville; Mar
tha S. Kelly. Summerton; T. G. Low-1
der, Wilson; Mary .1. Lewis, Manning;
Ma-v E. Mahonv. Suammerton; L. A.
Morris. Turbeville: Mary McLeod,
Manning; S. E. Mitchumn. Foreston:
S. A. Osborn, Seloc: S. E. Pack. Al
cola: Mary L Rhodes, Manning M.
A. Richardson. Summerton; T. A.
Ridgeway. Manning; S. E. Shorter,
Summerton; D. E. Tacker, Foreston;
Jane Tobias, Wilson: H. T. Tinmnons,
Paxville: Isabel Welch. Sheloc; Mar
garet Wilder. Bethlehem; A]. E.
The M.anning Warebouse Company
eld the meeting for which notices had
been sent out,. i-n the grand jury room
of the cour t ho.e iast Thjursday. and a
arge number of stock holders atternded.
Charto DuRant. ENq . Pre,identt. read
a stateme-nt whic-h shiowed an indebted
ness of about 81.500. and from ctton
now in s.orage. there i.. due to t he ware
house about 8-50, thus leaving an in
debtedness of about $l.000. The proper
tv is said to have cost &t.,500, but if forc
ed on the market owing to its situation
and general undesirability fqrother than
the purrose it wa.s originall1y intended,
we doubt if the property will bring any
thing lik-e its cost. The minority pres
ent oDnosed the giving authority to
mortgage the property, for the reason
that they looked upon this plan as v-ir
tually freezing out the smaller stock
holders, they prefered to levy an assess
ment upon all of the stock boiders for a
sulicient amount to raise the required
sum to liquidate the indebtedntss and
keep the property for the purpose in
tended, i. e , a cntton warehouse, so that
should the price of cotton fall so low the
farmers would not want to sell, and
would nave a place to put their cotton
away. The minority's view did not ap
peal to the majority, and the meeting
authorized the directors to do as. they
sax fit., mortgage, sell, or anything in
their judgment they desired]. It is the
belief, that for the purpose of liquidat
ig the debt, a mortgage wili 'oe given,
and, in the end, this mortgage will be
foreclosed and the property sold for the
debt.. If the purchaser of this property
holds it for a cotton warehouse, it will
do as well as if the present company own
ed it, but if it is to be converted to oth
er uses the storing facilities of this town
will be inadequate. The stock holders
of the concern have virtually contribut
ed their stock, involuntary t'is true,
nevertheless it is a contribution, so far
as any return to them is concernea. The
stock'of the Manning Warehouse Com
pany is nor. quoted on the exchange in
New York or Liverpools and we doubt.
i it was to be thrown on the Manning
market, that it would create much ex
citement. The investment is a goner.
unless, before the mortgage is given, it
is discovered there is a corporation near
by which can utilize the.property, and
will pay enough for it to reimburse the
holders of the stock, this however is a
Editor The Manning Timcs.
On yesterday morning as swiftly borne
from house to house went the news of
the death of Mrs. Richard Ragin Brigis,
keen indeed was the sorrow and grief
which overshadowed our town and com
munity. Having been in a very serious
condition for four months past. Mrs.
Briggs on Saturday last became decid
edly worse. re-rnair'ng in a semi-con
scious state until .aer death at 2:30
o'clock on Monday evening. Since her
firs alarming attack ofsomie four mocths
ago. Mrs. Brigns had been pra.ctically
conined to bed: but during latter weeks
had apparently made some improve
ment. suflicient to permit of her being
rolled about town in an invalid's chair.
On Easter Sunday she was allowed to be
taken to the Presbyterian church for
for services, of which church she was
a devoted and faithful member. and for
many years the leader of its choir. The
funeral services took place on Tuesday
afternoon at four &o'clc a'. the resi
dence, and the remains thereafter taken
to Charleston to be interred there on
Wednesday. Mrs. Briggs was Miss Fliz
abeth M. 'Caldwell. of Charleston, and
was married on Nov. 24, 1S-' to Mr. RI.
B. Briggs of Summerton. Maj. anc
Mrs. Briggs celebrated their golden
wedding on November last. The oldest
resident couple of our town, they bave
long been closely identi:tied with its his
tor: and in addition to the iovinz sym
pathy felt we must ali needs fee! in the
death of M rs. 1-riggs also a personal
loss. Those of Mrs. Briggs's relatives
who were able to gather around her
death-bed were: Dr. and Mrs. A. J.
Briigs of Clinton, S. C . Miss Sarah
Smth of Charleston, and Mr. R B.
Smvth of Charleston. A.- S.
Summerton, S. C.. Atiril 2'). 1910.
To allow any correspondence to be
communicated to the newspaper just
nowv without havingr included there
in:om m-enn of the rapidity with
which antotnobile sales are being
made inl Sniumerton would be an :on
pa r4 tab104- ,versi::ht: t:d; i(ndIIe41 4 1:
niot likely to lt-nade by :anyo1 w I
%t=tsed o izlh- andl hearin::. Scarcely
four week, ago.), the fir-t .ato nobih
to be bou;tht by a residen: of Suns
tuerton! wa., purcha.,ed by, M1r. 4' M
D)av-. Thre V r nw iX in toWn1.
atid apparetlyt atithritative reporra
of two to bt brou:ht down neXt Week.
Two agrencies have leen iI..titut
One repr'ieztt-d bv Davis & R h
bo:::. for:he Ford aidl Iteo i-a-hir-s
atM! tlit othe'r bv .Jam.--, & Mev'lary
for the E. .L F.. aisl 3.txwel! e:r!.
So far. the :advse-t of this papufl tr
Mnode of conivevanice, h:v. elawsed- nio
seriou. atcdenits inl the e'.itiml ilty:
the horse" are f:i.t aitiati:::t
friend hzip for their .-hi::bly I iv
ilized eo worker.-: The Mavor :tm:l
Couneili-ni ar-ni thealert f-r th-.
drivers who excd t- ph.. peed limii,
writhin Tte town'. :11ud1 4!.v inst week
one of omr Stiater fr:ettd- 3nos. i::a
wisely took :advanta::.- (f o:r -
lent 1aiin -t r.---t a nd j,:;,, on c e
able .peed otily t. , bin:-dl byI the
I policetmal with a V.all1 for live dolh,.rs.
Au torn.hi:- ow:;ers and hk.-wis.
oteir,-w ise of h er re-idtIvs -1 t hI!- v. ,.:i
iunity will welc.otime th. impro*ve
ment bein:: uit *pots the rotdn jli-t
out of tows, at Taw ( 'aw br.niwh. The
county chain-zgang is alri-aly :it work
upon a eanse-way there. Thlis will be
work we!l spent. and prouises to- be
a siplendi-l job.
The baseball team of the Suinmer
ton ::rated antd hi::h lischool lu. !---n
practi'in:: for some weeks pavt. andl
is ;:et.tini readine-- for somie uat-h
gamte- at an e:rly date. It was
thou;ghtt hat an en::a::eme::thI::! t'e
mande for aL series of :ae with (r
angtehur:: this week: thi., however.
swems to liave been a mistake. T'e
enthulia.-ts i;iilt haILVe to w:it a lit
fle but in the enld they will bet :.'iven;
good work. Suinmerton Ios :dwa'
etood high in the claps of baseball
The many friends of Mr. antd Mrs.
L E. Brailsford will be ::rieved to
learn of the death of their youn::e.-t
boy, who died on Saturday atternoPon.
The child was thirteen tontl3s Od.
and had been sick for about two
i week!. Funera; tvvices were held at
St. Mark's church on Sunday. con
iducted by Rev. Jno. Kershaw. Jr.:
and the intermnent took place at the
fatnily burial ;:round at that )lace.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Anderson and
children, are spendin:: a few days at
the Argyle In Charlesron.
Messrs. Jake Weinberg and F. H.
Burgess of Manning, spent a few
hours in town Friday.
Mrs. C. M. Beiserof Columbia. paid
a -hort visit to her son. Mr. R. H.
Belser, at "Woodside" recentiv.
Capt. W. C. Davi. of Manning. was
in town one dav last week.
Mr. tnd Mrs. J. M Plowden llent
Sunday at Durants. A. S.
Sunimuerton. S. C.. April 25. 19110.
lia'e ball goods. Tht lI-ach kin. at
Tne Maning Grocery Co.
For Sale-Three desirable residence
ots on -Church street. R. D. Clark.
Magdelina Island Mackerel-they'll
melt in your mouth- !arge and tender.
20. lb. at TUe Manning Grocery Co.
For Saie Cheap. -One Engine. .\:
ply to C. F. halviinson & Co.. Davis
Station. S. C.
For Sale-Two tive-roomn cattagzes,
new, r.aasonable terms. Good neighbors.:
Apply toJ. M. liradham. Maninr. S.C
Gun an a Pi'enter IDit. .\;'tly :o Rv
L. . Coop.-r. Mi\!~anig. S. C.
l'sr I en t -Oue- Ii ~e--z ttm 44:-:e
of neza tbt-r-. -\pply to4 J. .\. lr:..dham,
..nn. S C.
(nicquot Club Ginger Ale, Buffalo1
Lick Springs Ginger Alk. 1:aspberry
Sy run, Cherry Syrup and Grape .iuice,
at The M1annmng Grocery Co.
For Sale--One centle buggy horse.
Also one Cadillac automobile. For
terms apply to Chas. 13. Geiger, .\an
ning. S. C. 1
Airight Boys, a fresh lot of Whit
mans arrived yester-day. -Oh yo .\allo
Caros' See thema and the other good
things in the sweetest line at The .\an
ning Grocery Co.
L.adies and gentlemen. compare our
Soda Water and Ice Cream. Ours is
wholesome. fRhame's Drug Store, Sum
merton,. S. C.
Tobacco 1argains. Plu:: Tobaccos.
150. and toe.. lb. Smxoking To.baccas,(
Z5e. lb. These goodis are a little dama
aged, or would sell for much more.
Going fast. Better come qiuick. The
.\anning Grocery Co.
French .\ushroomns. 35ck per tin: Span
ish Sreet Peppers. (lPimentos) 15ec and
25c per til: Bell Pepper .\angos, 4(ie
per jar: Evapor-ated Horse 1.adish. pl)U
verize~d, 10.- per j tr: Crosse &: Black
wells. famous Chow Cuolw lPickles. 40.
bottle: Olives Catsu1 etc.. at Thle .\an
ning' Grocerv Co.
The Eupmobile $750.00-The Sensiion of th:
Lomok at the lines. andi specitica'tions of 4
this ear:--Four Cylinder. Shaft Drive,
20s h. p.. selective type sliiding ea with
multiple disc. bosch hig'h tension mag-4
neto, no batteries. 30 X 3 tires. The
simplest. eas.ies.t riding' 'tad most econo
micai car made. Colo, dark blue with 4
cream running, and dark red, color op
tional with c-ustome~r. Agents wanted'
at once in the following counties: Lee, 4
Clarendon. WVilliamsburg and George
town. If vou are int-res.ted in a car or
agency for' your county, write. phone or 4
wire. The Sumter .\utomobile Supply I
Co. C'or. Oakiand Ave. and Wazshing-;
ton. St. Sumter. S. C. Phone 23~. I'.
Notice to Democrats.4
[ilooms. Demzocratic Executive Com..-'
.\annig. S. C.. Aniril 23. 191ll'.
In acc.ordance with te ruile- of the
Democratic pa~ty. the county Dcmao
cratic convention w~il meet itn .\anning
court house, M\ay 2nd, 1910i. 12 ('clo;-k. 4
noon. for the purposes- of reorgam:
by electin-g a chai rmamn and] secr.-:! a?.
and eigh~t'lga:es to the- Stute cou- 4
vention, which's mees-t in 4 Commbi.
Wednesdiay. M~ay l!.h: ai-o a member ~
of the- Sta-t executivtescommittee. 4
President,. or secretarie . f eiub wi
please deliver copi.'s of th~eir respee
tive club rolls to the chairman oif the'
cnvention. The voter, 'of the entir
county is hereby ear-ne.: ly reqsue-ted to
attend this convention ancd take part in
J. .\. W INiil.\MI.
- Sacretary. ---
NOTICE OF SALE.
I will se!! to the hiigheLs:, bidder fo.r
ch, a theouir: hou-ie in M\anininga.
'->uth Ca .rolina, on Saturday. the 14th
day of \Iav. 1910s. one Woojdru:T Ihav
Pir's, in dnoe condition. n-:r ha:vn'
been u-ten. This sale is to fort-elose
a mor ag ecuted thereon by .J. W.
Hin-.on to Wooidru:I liardware v M1an
lE. B Gn.\ MI1UL .
.\gent to Sell.
Dr. King's New LifePiiis
The best ini the world._
8 ~cme= aa
Tours of Continental Europe
FOR WOMEN OF
E- ' n . I ,ut-i . I L i an,:(. II I and. Swititzerl Id. Ge r
many. Th.- Fa:: ,s P:sshurn Play at ( )iAera:n inerea u.
. :.bs.-i on p:ii-l-in advan'. -.i) eitions to
iNC:S. VOTES AI'J)Vi:).
I i:,' Take-rs I-wT k-s
'Tir.*, months.. ..... ..'....$ I 5 10 1 10)
Six Monlis . . . . .. ...... 2 .
T xv .\Months .. . .... .. ...... a.0 2. 000x
Twn four M.\ontih......... 1. I 2.OCK 4.(o
THE RECORD'S *lo'
EUROPEAN CONTEST. Voted
600D FOR TEN VOTES Before
For........................ ........... pril
Fill out and send in the- above coupon at once. and
for further pirticulars. address Contest \lanager, The
Daily Zecord. Columbia, S C.
Any White woman in South Carolina is eligible to
contest and votes may be solicited any wherL In or out of
TH E $750.00
rhe Sensation of the Season.,
oik at the lines and speci'dcations of this Car:
F'our evlinder. shaft drive. 20 h. p.. selective type sliding gear with, mul
ipe dise cioh, 1loch high tension maizneto, no batteries, easiest riding,
n:est and :mo: econmal car made. Color dark blue, with cream running
ar. .r dark red-co oia with customer.
in the following counties: Georgetown. Wi!!iamsburg and Clarendon.
If you ar.e interested in a Car for yourself or agency for your county.
-ite. '*'hone or wire.
3?he Suiiiter .A..ii0oiiilbie Silpply e0illpilif
SUMTER. S. C.
. aalan~d .\ve. and Wahington 5t. 'Phone 2. - '- 0. Isex "-i7
DOES THE COST OF LIVING
SOME THINGS ARE HIGH. WE ADMIT.
Cheer Up. There's Lots of Wholesome Food
Still Within Reach of Everybody.
We ot~e ai Few Good Things Below:
White l ean -ever try 'e coidy -per quart....................12.
Liatiasgoda!the timec. per qutart...... ..........~c
I ri Poaos tie Northiern. per peek........ . .c
alon, spndid .grade for e-oking,;per can ............ .
ih re makes a dandy breakfast. 2 pound can..-...- .
Kipee ilrr.r. P ihin or san.:ed- 1-pound can.......
~ L I e an I~at Iec~.i-punn an. ............fic.
~ 1 J~b.: .. ......L& xe.
ap4'~ Ii.......r...onIk .
FT.a v .lr~e Peas al tira- cia P . on a ....I.ad lc
Con BRi~t.iIN G .tc.:-on caY......OU .R- .- '
1-:vaOrBe \Pi Wl'nad ie -oudaRKo.. ----l'
TOM ITHE TIEk.FIE
Look Different! .
There- i:, no satisfac'ion in looking ess than altogetber right, at
:_ any time. or period of life. and this is the most interesting season of
- athe year for men who appreciate the value of correct dress.
I am ready for you with a most handsome line of
Coes nmr 19s b?
:ra Nw t$~
I will ke pleasure in showing you the most handsome line the
world can produce.
These Suits are most worthy from every standpoint. I have a
variety of handsome patterns made by the most artistic tailors. I
9 I wish to call your attention to the stylish effect in Grays, and
not expensively priced when first you consider the quality.
There is a Suit-a good Suit of Clothes here for you; come and
put it on, it will look cood on you. and give you that air of distinction
which lifts men above the average crowd: it has all the goodness a 1
Suit can bave-in short. it is just the Suit for you.
9 I especially ask that you try on one those Black Mohair or Crar
Senects-those are made for the most stylish creatures-I will have
have no trouble to fit you come early. Prices from 89 to 825. Don't
i let the otber fellow get your suit.
Bought direct from the factory. These were chosen with the
-reatest care-shapes for every foot, and not a pair that is over
priced. These Shoes are for the particular men, for the man who
lays stress on the little perfections in Shoes: those new shapes have a
secal attraction. Don't complain with corns. bunyans and sore feet,
let us help to eliminate all this.
Crossett's Fine Footwear.
My Line of Crossets are waiting for you. These make life's walk
easy. They are in all the latest shapes and colors. Tans, Patent
Leathers, Vici, and especially call your attention to those new Greys. -
I will be glad to have you call and try on some of these Shoes; put on
a pair and kick the kickers. Prices from 83.50 to $5.
of Negligee Shirts; a big shipment just arrived in all the nice, new
Novelties. whether you be short, tall, slim or stout, I have your exact
size. You can have your choice from a large variety. The apprach
ing spring and sumnmer seasons demand that you shall have them.
Prices from 81 to $2. Buy the best and be satisfied. Newest Novel
We are sbowine a real pretty line of Mens' Neckwear, some
thing tha appeals to the old as weil as the young. No better ever
: 4sold for 25c. and 50,c.newa, xey ad
Call on me if you need anything in Underwear, Hcsiery, Hand
9 kerchiefs, Belts, Suspenders. Cuffs, Collars, Fancy Vest or Night
Straw Hats from 25c. to $2.
1J. H. RiBY,
~The Young Reliable." .
and Ice Cream Cones
Summerton, S. C.
Hupmobiles Should. Stop
RHAME'S DRUG STORE
for Soda Water..
Mail Orders solicited at
Rhame's Drug Store,
Summerton, S. C.
K. I.7. "30" 1910
TOURING CAR $1250.00.
nohair Top. Extra $65.00. Freight $50.00 Extra.
A limited qjua:nity of these new models on hand. We have
. stock of thme .\axwell Cars on hand and expect a few of the
Iodel Q :;. 4 eylinder, 22 H. P. Touring Cars soon.
We expect ten of the Flanders --2" 4-cylinder, about 2
reeks. Watch this Car at $750.00. Freight and top extra. This
vil be the winner. It is made by the E. M1. F. Co.
Have only one Chalmers Detroit for immediate delivery.
Will have a Flanders. to H. P. two days next week for
leostrae'-n. Will advise date later.
SHAW & DRAKE,
igents for Sumter. Clarendon and Lee Counties.
SUMnTER. S. C.
..l .ad Long nistance 'Phone 553. 10, 12 and 14 Sumter St.