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MANNING. S. C.. J'LY :0. 1'10
Publishes All County and Town Of
me zehar copby for a
change of ad. MtST ein
this o:hee by Saturdav Noen i onir tc
insure obeto h olwn ek
ST. PETER'S, NO. 54,
RUTh CHAPTER, NO. 40.
H iuYV...ultcu :.: .\ses'N
AZunn~intrChlat e. No.WU
111 oro IVUn('h tar.
Ne.x: Meetin:: Tue..day scPt G
a.onic Hall V,%itor% weicomne.
Each Month, at 's 0'cvoc. -- M.
(one. . M~w ren . ni)A. See
MAKES HENS LAY.
FOR SALE BY
--Where (4uality reigns
Mr. W. T. Tobias is quite ill with fe
Mr. C. R. Holladay continues to im
Rev. S. A. Nettlesof Spartanburg. was
in Manning last Monday.
The: , 's to Ie a picnic at the Nelson
place. in the I-or. tomorrow.
Mr David Levi and family left yester
day for Asheville and other mountain
Mr. D. M. Bradham and family left
Thursday for Black Mountain for the
What answer did the tall Drummer
make to tbe inquisitiveness of the
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Horton, after a
visit to Abbeville returned home last
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Joy of Lamar.
spent last Sunday in Manning visiting
Mr. and Mrs. RE. Harlee.
The Manning Library building is
nearing completion and it is a very at
tractive ornament to the town.
Mrs. T~. M. Mouzon, accompanied by
her sister, arrived home last Monday
evening from a visi't to Georgia.
Hon. Joseph F. Rhame and Mrs.'
Rhame left last Thursday morningt to
s.pend some time at Saluda, N. C.
Mr. Louis Levi, after a stay at Glenn
Springst trying to recuperate, is back
home. Too duli at Glenn's for the voung
Judging from the number of vehicles
that passed through town this morning
the attendance at the Trinity Farmers'
Rally is large.
Mrs. B. E. Chandler of Alcolu. who
has been ill with typhoid fever has re
covered and has gone to U'nion on a visit
to her parents.
Mr. Martin Tobias. of Kingstree.
with the County Record, was in Man
nng yesteraay, on account, of the ill
ness of his father.
Married on the 14th.. in the Presby
teri'an church at Pinewood, Mr. J. E.,
Auld of Sumter, and .& Margaret
Broughton of Pinewood.
Mr. D. B. Jones who is in the service
of the Atlantic Coast Line, is now at
home with his parents. Hon and Mr.'
Geo. R. Jones at Davis Station.
Theeronshave improved greatly with-j
in the past week. and the effect can be;
seen in the bright countenance of the:
farmers, and the merchants too.
Miss Bessie Salley who has visited
friends in Manning. died at her home in;
Orangeburg last Saturday. Miss Clara
Harvin of this town went over to attenu
There is no latw which forbid.' the
drinking of arte-.ian water. prov idigt
is taken straight. but there is no telling
how long this much freedom w:1 he~ per
mitted to .ttand.
Why is it some will persi-,t in mi..rep
resenting the Senator of thi. county
about the game and :i..h ]lwa Itutth.
a dirt.y nolitician is liable to mnisrepr"
sent his Maker, if to do so he think. he
cary out a puirpose.
The Mis. .\ lderman of .Alceln enter
taine' a number of friends at their home
last Thursday evening. The Mannintg
young peoole are singing the praises of;
the Alderman ladies. and say the-: had
a most delightful time.
Let Clarendon show to (Coeton a -
son in good manners next F'riday by giv
ing to every candidate a respect ful hear.
ing. A\pplaud your favorite a2 you
please. but do not interrupt the other
man while he is sneaking.
Note the change of the D. J1. Chandler
Clothing Company advertisement t i
issue. Prices are qjuoted. an~d thos-e cou
templatinz the purchase of cio:ihtn or
gents furnishings should w hen they :o
to Sumter go to this splendid store.
There appears an error- on th ar
handbill sent out by D). iiirscm~taun 'ii
week. In the second colunin nearta
botto: of sheet tunder :he head'' of
"Shot: [epartmnent." theg "+3.00 hatnd
sewed shoe at $10s sh'oud he --1>
On last Friday even.ng :bere wa., a
very piea..ant social given at ::he ..ceca
Hotel in honor of Miss ius~er. a sse
of M\rs. Sistrunk. Thosec who..: rivilege
it was to attend say the a:gair wa - c
enjoyed. Thme had weathecr kemt a :.amn
h,- frm a..end ir:
04.: w n
;mb- atr at-r
th :m nwh nis:.'s
: ' kn 1:, aw rduti,
I S.na zvkac %Q,
: ee wre Mr Sa To,,ebbe r -t
N! . .' .G b;Ai;. andt'.,
mt.~. : a'aa 'a
. an . '
.: - '. ?. ,iahia;'.i a '-n.
)v an old. ba.een ;'olt ice~*
vie or my, :nan. IV- V!;i vot0
er ma:, vol; :....h. -u
trick to foLX -.he ::use
low who :ake c a
t-he sameA :o'>os)"ition for every mnne
thinks is 'ooli.h enojirh to ! : . N
A row o. woocn b:d were
..roved at Paxvi.e a.,.. Wedke-t:ay
nighit bv :i re. The origir- i ,i-e ecd :4
be inendiarv. and a ero 1 theae
of Jonn Convers wa- arresteti and cnar:
ed with thecrime. Thereseems to have
been considerable riva:ry betwen Con
vers and sone other negro .,'e kee per.
and some think that :his has o
to t.o with the ctharge ; he
Nornan F-. Mack. chairman ->f t:. Na
tional DelocratL omLt e ttee -Th: '' e
ottice holder who tae it pon himae i
to ruil hi; kith and kan in:o o:.e w:
wake u to reatize that he has co:::mnit
ted a :rave error. No man can bvome :
so stron,: that ther.- are none who can
n isplace. and when he imatin--s him
self invincible he will discover Moner or
later that he has been horn of hiis
strenzth h his own Indiscre:ntn.
Mr M. ',1. K:-asno!f has returnei froi
the North where he has been on a p r
chasing tour. and judzin; from. the nu
merous large cases that are comin int
hiz store he must have bought a tr.mn
dous suck for the fail busne- Kr..
noff is a man who does not do th in:-- h al f
way. and wher. he goes : :naise:
means something totbetrade. tie i now
busy up to his neck unpackln:: the ioods
as they arrive, and w'ner- he expects :o
put all that is comi: - is a m:ystery.
Do not forget the goou- roads ec.in
that it is take pla.:e in Maunn: on the
:-#th. There will be at this meeting
overnment expert road bn ders who
will make interesting and instruct:ve
addresses. Mr. Winslow is regarded an
authority on road building and he has
been detailed by the uited State, ;Zov
enent to accomnany The 1.ecord'
touring party. Tney are to be here on
the :1th. Every body inte rested in th
building up of the higzh ways Thould he~
Eisen. here in this issue will be seen the
card announcing the candidacy of Ilo.
George R..Iones for the legislature.M r
Jones a number of years was a valued~
member of that 'ody. The :ower' iHouse
t the time Mr. Jones w as a memnber o
it was credited with being one of the.
he strongest and most busines:..like that
as convened in this State for many
vars, and Mir. Jones was acknowvledged
s a good worker on the various commit
oes where the principal part of legisla
tion is formulated. .Mr. .Jones giv'es to
the voters his platform of principles.I
Mr. J. T. Stulces showed us yesterday
beautiful engraved di ipiomna of is
son. .\r. S. G. Stukes. who gratduated
recently from Prineeton Coile::e wit
be degree o'...\...No bein:: muc
of a Latin scholar. about all we could
.ecipher on the i::ema was the name
f the holder and the sigrnatuires ofte
ollege o:meials. Mr. Stukes has o:e
more year in the theological seminar.
and he wili :hen become a fi-!::e
minst,r o. th~e gospe. He is one o
Ciaredon's sterlinz youn::nmen and wet
)reteit a br hatJ,,,e .or ni.u.
\'hat :..3: t:i: talk abo.: a he
oar :1, :ieense to :*e rest:red of :hia
who wish to enjoya .:t:iesotwt h
inny tribe-r Tieere no law~ for ti
license. but there rv :ishin:: clu:>s wimhv
have the right to make any rules thc
see tit. If those eiubs wis to rewurea
isinz toll or license for the waters theyv
have in their contro; they may do so
ut they cannot com;>e!. people to pa:
oni.e them. and they can::ot preven
teole from :ishi::: free in tzue 1ublh
vatrs. The only wa:ers :he eiubs have
:o::trolove.are pr-atepond:,andi lake.
Let everybody 'hl to build the :-oad
ounty line. gtw.Dea:reat t:an:
for the publie ateneay a::a! :hose~ !
.aon that roa espee:acy. w
aio be :. trade brin::er to .\ann:::
Mr. \\- *.Leg wo is in char::e
ollecting tor -. n : eet! n,
ried. and ths w.ho h:a-e n.ot eo
r bated coaUd not giv e :o ai n~Ore nee
hould take a deep intre: ::- :
work. ror :ts success::-. ,:..~
of doil:ar, in trd ' ave tV ' -e: :
the :stale ea:pi:tr-ae ob
M an4i::k. ae :lcis.an eh p
w:- a.c ::eee by :.m.er
v. a-,o~:omer:h- e
C01their audno,.. ~
e od co'r~i: sp -.t
-n .ed: :1
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(M4 A a4AL.
arv. 4 rnv.
An.-werhi tiev-u u i i i; of
par rolof'al .A4-O -V v) l . ,:
is -lq- l l~r Welk wt. th K441 o
Tru. *Lev.% ~ ~ ~ . of\roi e oklI-*
de ,re t iua v 3,SMI~., %3Tc1 ,:t
4..4.L.- 4t.ve i-h it ep eu
N;o cc to thc Vo ers.
S- - . T (-a io: Ania:::. -h ~-p
\\ 1 i~ . 1n .\. i :r .
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See*. C O. Exs. CI.
A Carendoo Boy From Florida.
. m i:h and f::ly. wns' are
.uKnOnat lonan; and .2,emp.oy
r .-w nc ed w ih hii a d ho. i'
- . w ath'his ork. Thprpr
-- f he '.n:Speaks in zte hi.ghest
. 0::2:Ho;:idlay and fa il o
* t 1'o'a cIm er.to mee. the Florida
hr- ol .om eran :hyal
h . :1. . it.!!. avnum
va *i.-- veryS teanndt
S"orm : ha, al
. -o ha t hree cot:le"
\\'or~aan S. -...I r-.d191.
Big Brancb Dots.
'm .u.~;' a~erni.on, .'t 1r,:.. -.
. .1. io:- l'at'vil . joied :r holy
ntdih'kk a- :5. 4oe f.lr.ad d S.
3. 15,=.:br-brie's:mn N:4 Sr. Sam
TFouchb'erry and' -4i i'wo Gibs41U on.
The cereony wa, wh newe" ony by the
nemer o"'f :a in.mei.atn *amiL-s. ln
he aften:.'" t. o)pi we"' to their
.nme. The cu.:- tee-e a couple) of
'ia uzn- *4"n ''
():: : ..'-s.a'm af 4qnoo )4 mmediate(' y
'iter-the Touc:hh. rry-G i'on~ 'aetremiony,
"''.'C i'.'n I,:h. a a .aaI L L' 4 th~ne
ame nm:.., Er. ' z b .- . a bro':na'r
v.:z:: '"'e"ab'' ,.urp:';-e :' :;'' parec:.
\\'tha Uel-u o' two acres of;. d
he. .um of $l.241.';1 a' inPre"t. to
'ether wi':'" a:xia: $2..Md - ub.&r xei.
io' .et pai ,thou::n claim to' bei 04o' ' i
4ben the ime11 com:e, to pay it . h
eexapeof (o?thrtf. co''ntie in the
(3:'4'( . hm*r : a ho'pl::a..' !: .'U)'tre 4
,on 4Ift."2 ru:::again-: i: ha-. been
.e''11'L'.~2 'uc 'u .- 'r: 4.) th' :a,: few
)R.KiNG'S NEW DISCOVE RYi
Will Surely Stop That Cough.
We want t(
for the farn
* Pump and
- M Aakes it
Patented Jan. 15,.1909
l~mn acrf..ear e n
'0e-:re a car wih; y.-ar- '' -u'er
\\'ant a cr h -!vru.:liy :r-I
no es~era a 'a - 'ur
BUSINESS LOCALS. v. . very iouy. cprin-. - --
come, I1 -~ R ras *o hi car las
~~~~~~~ -~- 1 . iRcc Flow.
t, r -w- hog, and chicken- w.
u.I .ooh-.rb L.
09HI BOI01(80 BSCIVilli.
at,hlr ~ nk
-e ~iven that pursuar.
a '. e by 110". I. -.
Seceay o State, books o f
.tecptal nsotoc of Tne
..E .\. 1 ;ra.; iban. i - V;m hayw! e opene
at h..v:* W. .. .enkinson Company.
e lt Alannn . f . ..fro lfln cIock -
C " -ON. :.!t . .,. t#) 1 ' l' .!., on the :t..h d7y1
1 f .l imo.The purpo-)sC of the cor
A ... for p i '.. 1 Ma e ral IIercha udi. e
n-:. M: - .:\OF FEFTT.
<-Ll!-:.'U MSATIS. -
c. . hea;.-: il A R NT'S DRUG STORE
I The Licensed Druggist.
Sells Everything in
LIERC 1 I (S\ DRUGS and MEDICINES 3
EBITTERS AND IDEY
Stop ! Look ! Listen I
Things will begin to take on new life in the big *
store on the corner on or about August Ist. The
Manager. Mr. J. M. Bradham. will leave sometime
this week for the Northern markets. where he in
tends buying one of the best Stock of Goods ever
seen in Manning. The Stock will consist of
Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes,
Goods will begin coming in now in a few days.
and we will give notice when the big opening day
will be. Look out for the big day. and remember
the place. Jenkinson's old stand.
The J. M. Bradham Co
e$ Carlisle Fitting School, e
*BAMABER~G SoUThi CAROLINA. e
-:::ht'enh year begins September :lst 1910. New manage-e
-.at. Strong faculty. All buildings thoroughly repaired and re
furzished. HOT and oU.. AItTE-SIAN lBATHS in each domitory.0
C:.unase neih Pur artLesi:n water for all purposes. Separate
. mirtories and boarding~ departmen-s for boys and girls. Such ad
"atae as ath:eties. librar.. 1iterary societies. mnusic, expression. -
I hundrei :and :ifty dollars pays al regular expezises.0
Not:hizng can take the plauce of PR~OPER P'i.Ef'al:AxTION.
r . r.hool: 's owned and controlled by WVo:Tord C~ollege, and we pre
;.: par yu: - sn or! dauhte for aay sch1'o or unitersity in the South.
W \e have accoo~modations for only a limited number. Write att once
.ffrcata:og.:e or applicationf blnk.
OA J. cALD)WELL GULDS, M.. A., 11ead riaster.
And Ask About It
tell you about the latest and newest labor saver
r -a marvel of mechanical genius -a regular
-the light, handy and simple
You never saw anything like it before-nothing like
has ever been made. It makes a windmill pump into
perfect Power Pumping Plant in a few minutes, and -
sids pumping it runs separator, churn, grindstone, or
~machine ordi'narily run'by hand. You do the anch-.
yursef. Costs less than a windmill! It's well worth
pecial trip to learn about the most wonderful inventionq
re. We want to give you a catalog free.
M anning il Mill.
ouL S12:5c0 to Invest -.
r- - -
Watte:r-;-a :i-.t atomoi!i.- value in Ameziries
t h.- * ar * 1h at a is:a
.w,- .a-.-.+cnm bil ccmpynnsa na -
EASON IS HERE!
fow about that Commencement Dress ? Did you know
it is tnie you were arranging for this 1
Do1n'. wait to :t;ephone. butecome at once, I'll take pleas
'ire ir showin you the most up-to-diatc line to be found any
Kf 'nowed-e of facts isn't a thing to be absorbed. it must
be experienced: or acquired by actual investigation.
am howig a handsome Line of Shanting and Foulard
Si ks. Prices from 50c. to $1 per yard.
The Shino Silk is an excellent value at 25c. A wide
ariety of colors.
Persian Lawns. 2~>c. to 15c. ier vard. and as smooth as
Yet another. Lingerie." nothi.g better for this pur
pose. only 20e. per yard
Do you want real value? Why not buy Flaxon? Take
advantage of a line that is not only distinctive. but one of the
most profitable of its kind in the market this season.
Cotton Foulards. colors that will suit "you." only 15c.
per yard. .Al stylish women and especially the particular
oes. will find it to their advantage to come and carefully
inspect my line. The time to buy is now, the place is here.
It take, values as well as low Prices to make bargains.
Fits without a wrinkle. $1.50 to 83.00.
A bi, Line of Laces. from Sc. to 25c. per ya:rd. Em
broideries and Insertions. various styles, widths and prices.
Forty Dozen All-Linen Handkerchiefs. only 5c. each.
Ladies' Hose Supporters. 25e. and 50c.
Kid Gloves yet in the desirable colors.
My prices will please you as well as the pretty designs.
Never have I had a bettor lot of pretty fresh and dainty
Fans in a more varied or artistic lot of styles.
Let us show you those wash Buttons in various colors
nd size,., also a lot of large Pearl Buttons. very !serviceable.
Let us interest you. I have a Line of Table Linen, sec
ond to none, especially for the price, only 50c., 7.5c., $1 and
$1.50. per yard.
Doilies from -c. to 35c. each. I have a few very nice ones
yet on hand.
Buy some of those 15c. Towels now for 10c. Some very
nice All-Linen Towels. 35c. to 50c. each.
Big bargains in Bleach. Long Cloth and Cambric, yes,
at the old price. from 5c. to 15c. per yard. This will be a
saving investment to you.
Bed Spreads (all now), 75c. to $4. Best 10-4 Sheeting,
35c. to 45c. per yard. Should you desire cheaper. I nave it.
Handsomely stencilled Curtains only 20c. and 25c. per
yard. Will show you something eneaper should you desire it.
Pillow Cases, 10c. to 25c. Pillcw Tubing only 20c. yard.
A few 75c. Straw Rugs, now going for SOc.
The above items are liste.i at prices that forcibly de
monstrate strong values. every item is of the highest stan
dard of quality Your early inspection is respectfully sol- .
cited. The thrifty housewife may quickly recognize the
superior shopping advantage now offered.
Knickerbocker Suits for Boys.
I have just received a few dozen Boys' Suits, sizes from
4 to 17 years. These are not the cheap, siazy kind, but are
all hieh-class articles. Good enough for any boy, he he good
or baI. Think over these things.
J. H. RIGBY,
"The Young Reliable."'
Higher in Price,
Better in Quality,
we think, at
Rhame's Drug Store,Ij
.Summerton, S. C.
5. 1.7. "30"l1910
TOURING CAR~ $1250.00.
tohair Top. Extra $65.00. Freight $50.00 Extra.
This is a 4 cylinder sliding gear transmission. cone clutch. 3
peed forward and onet reverse car.
The F"LANDERS --?0." same as above E. M1. F. car only
nalier. :;2x:1 tires: wheel base 100 inches. This is one of the lat
;t cars out. D~esigned for the use of owner's and need not employ
:lied chau:Teurs. as every effort has been made to make it fool
:'ou;. 870 Freight $50. Touring c:ar mohair top. 85 Runa
mut Top. 8&0. Rear' Seat, S50. This Car can be used as a runa
ut or tourmy~ Car.,
'The CHALMERS DETROIT new 1911 will be ready for delir
i.July. 61.50u. Top and freight extra.
WAe expect a few MAX WELLS soor.
Buggies and Surries.
.1 uist rcC' '.ed two car's of new Butgies and Surries.
',wt:l ew e'arls of Wagon:s. See our usual stock of H~or'ses and
ri:. Term!zs to suit and right.
SIJAW & DRAKE,
and 1 SmterSt.SUMTER. S. C.
Loanl -it Loang Distance 'Phone 55g.