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ST. PETER'S, NO. 54,
A. F. -I.
RLrm CHAPTER. NO. 40.
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(si'4) FalCES D;vL. ..
(Miss) MA4THA DAV:. SmC.
BE SURE AND VISIT
Coming It- Every Day.
The Manning 6rocery Co
Judge J. S. Wilson is holding court in
We direct attention to the chan;:e of
ad. of D. Hirschmann.
The Bell long distance terhone is
being installed in Manning.
Maj. A. Levi and family has returned
home from their summer vacation.
Read Xrasnoff's ad. in this issue. He
is always doing something to win trade.
Miss~ Emma Wilson of Sumter, is in
Manning visiting her sister. Mrs. S. L.
Miss Eleanor Todd has returned fro.-n
a very pleasant visit to relatives in An-|
Mr. J. H. McKnight of this place was(
the first to gin cotton at the ol' mIll this
Mr. David Levi and family are nw
at home from their varat~ion in the
Mr. J. H. Orvin and family after rusr
ticating in the mountains with the bigI
guns came back. home. 1
Rev. W. B. Duncan and family of'
Charleston, are in Mannin~r visiting the
family of Capt. W. C. Davis. t
Dr. Ned Barron of Columbia isI:
spending a few days with the family of j
his brother Mr. A.!1. Barron.
Several bales of new cotton were put!
on the market last Saturday. It broug~ht i
135 cents. and it was not a good cotton
Mr. A C. Harvin and family who
have been spending the summer in i..
mountains of North Carolina are now:
as home agaim.
Clarendon will have a good delegation1
in the House of Reoresentatives. ma:
ters no: which two of the four- are
Messrs. Allen McFaddin andI J. F.V
Kelley left Manning for Chick Springs
to attend the convention of farm demon-i
Solicitor WV. H. Wells and family of
Florence, were in -anning visiting the
family of Mr. S. L. Davis. and Ieft for'
their home yesterday.
We hope our friends will send us the
returns of the election as early as pos
sible as it is desired to publish :he re
suIts in the issue following the election.
o noing is oing the limit thi eso
on ottn, hebuyers have had the
bridle removed and the competition will
be the :iercest that has ever been on
this market. Bring your cotton to MTan
There are several comnmunicaon~
crowded out of the paper for the lack of
'pace and time to get them in type, and!
we would as our readers to read the
inside pages as there is much of inter
est in them.
Miss Sauers of [Baltimnore is in charge
of the millinery denartment of The ..
M. Bradham Co. This young lady~
comes to Manning highly recommend
ed and we are sure -.he will please the
most fastideous in thme fall ,:ylve'. of
The young people of this town wert
to a sociable given by Miss' May Blrad
bamn in honor of her guest Niss Liillian
Hill of Newberry. and they report a e
iightful evening, and were captivated:
with the young hostess ar.. :he *us of
Governor Ansei has appointed a'. com
missioners of election for Clar-endor
State. L R. Mcintosh. Mannin: .\. -
Broadway. Manning: T. M. Beard. New
Jehu Smith, Tuirbev!!. e:.. .N .
It was our privilege :o inspe.: the
cotton e-op of M r. Frank ltawiso .oa
Monday and we do not exaggerate when
we say :: :s the :inest coitton we .e
ever seen :n a large tield.- There:'.w
are told seventy acres in mm theiti we
looked at. and it wi: make a. :ca.,: *ne*
and one-haf bales to the aee hna
the old Sprot: comfe a: JIordan:. the. m:t
ton crop i.s very 'ine and :'. probabY .
co a the fiawlison em :o::
We* c.al: a: :en::an of0:r:.:d
to' the new ad-vert:eme::. M Dr1.'
iiawkins' who ha.. chage*-f::pe
,.er:pior. dlepart:m.'. a -7
phiarm:acist wih a .ong exien-e and
prewrrption, Thi drug stu r. handleu
evrthing tod be oundc in2:rs~ .
Wedded i Co i~b..ia
.l . annc* .:
ttzendants a::emar-e.w hw
Safe Medici:e For Children.
For.e. wn:ithte rua: a s
rta. T--: sdnyef:.: thne :te
logand" n elwpea:
V. -' Grwsa:Co.
DT Executive Commttee Meeting.
The ExecutIve k-mn:e :--e: ;::ra
-ord-ance wihthe ruler: of :eDemit
ra.tic partyv la-t Thrsday "Or the p.r
tose of Canvas.ng :.he returns of.!:t
!lection hel the Tucsday before. Thert
Were vresent l out 0: the 2. member
esides r.earv a2 of the e::ndida:e wh<
rere anxious to iearn their fate. At t
ery outset there were signs of muel
nteres: in :he Senatorial contest, a
nderground of excitement was evident
,nd many were ooccn;: for tesazziona,
levelopment-. The canvass of the Statt
icke: went :hrou::h without hitch or
iindrance but whe:: it came to tue coun
v. the real :*-e work- were set off. 1":,
ommittee canvasse(i :ie cr:turn, ro::
he manazers of the seterav c~ab, und
oaund tha: .\r. AppL: had a :ajorit-y:
even over Cap:. Davis for the Senat.
:apt. L)-.vis then arose an preserte v
equest for a recount of the tickets
0 ich was objected to by -\r. A ppelt or
he ground that to recoun: the :le
a the tirst neeting wa., wihou: a hor.
.v. as rule 6 distinct'v sayt commit.
ee at the 1Art inectin: h c
eturns and declare the reul: :%rit
maktes provio.n When there ii a pro
est or contest,. And ,-.nder tha ru.e ac
Ion nust be taken at a mneetin: --:,here
fter" meaning after the irst meeting,
6r. Appelt contended "ha: te commit
ee bad no right to zo behind the re.
urns of the :rnanagers usee-s fraud was
!harged. and that Cap:. )a;Vis no'
lege fraud -eiricaay. ::e erely
:Iims the hirreguarities have 'Oee:
rouaght to his at:en:ion and bee.use ol
that some one has told him Ie wouL
are the conmit:tee to exceed their au
hority. Mr. Appelt admiitted that afte:
'ant. Davis had :lled a vrotest in proper
orm so an ans--er could be :madz. the
ommittee would have a right to re
ount. take testimony and do such thin:5
s will throw light on the hinted at ir
eularities, but unt!: a formal protest
~as been filed which could no:t be con
idered at the initial meeting the com:
2ittee was withot authority. t~ting
uie '; to sustain his contention. Th(
omnmittee overruled M.r. .\ppelt by
ot of 3 to 13, a striet:y partizan vote.
'he following is the notice given by
apt. Davis for the recount:
o A. J. Richbourg. County Chairman:
The unders.igned, a candidate for the
enate in the recent primary. would re
pectfully ask the Executive Committee
if the County. in view of the esoseness
f! the vote, to order a recount of all :he
~otes of the various boxes so far asth
enate is concerned. While - a grea:
:any irregularities have been brough:
0 my attention, the evidence of t.hese
reguiarities I am informed is in the
oxes. and while i do not desire to con
est or protest an election jus: on the
~round of some s!!ght irregularities
hinic, in justice to my friends, thata
ount of the votes be miade that any in
dverent mistake or enrot' may be cor
ected should there be any.
I would also respectfully reserve the
iitht during today. the tiue given :fl(
nder Rule \-II., to file arny protest or
~ontest. Respectfuliy submitted.
W. C. D.wv s,
Carndidate for the Senate.
The posiidon of .\r. .\ppeit objectin:
a) have the mnanagers count gone ore:
t this time was put on -ecord an~d the
rork of the conmittee proceeded by se
ct three Davi, men andi three .\ppel:
en to make this count of :ie'ets. .\fte:
everal hours of toil the comnmittee re
ssemibled to hear the report of the s.ub
ommttee. in the meantime .\r. A ppelt
ecured the services of Purdy a: O'r
.nl to represen: him bekre the commit
ee. and when the s.ub-committee were
bout to report dudge P'urdy arose and
2ade a formal objection : oth~e recouni
rd demanded a declaratior. of the re
jut as reported by the managers. thb
he committee declined to do arnd its ae
ion together with dJudge l'urdy's die
and was made a miatter of record. The
~ub-commitee then a::nouuced itN rnd.
gs which was that there were somel
isreeneies found b::t these would no
hange the result bu:. insteadi of .\ppe:
avlng a mrajority o. .he n'ad by an "e
ulcount of thie ticktets a majori:. 0
1..::! ta::e an atte: wa.. mad
)a*4motio of. J. :.:-er: )a v
. 'et the cv:::m:.teec :o adjur b .
-asi; ofdh votes- .or the members~". 0
he committee rex::,e.- oacor
he: ) roceded~ to declr -\ppes: fo
hen th!., dee'.aravo' was, made~ 1?:
[avis :Led the i:own:: .ormal rotes:
nd :ne commuteededdi.o~ .a
he same Tu*eday .:.. I: wa, a
,et were labo'in wi...tsuppr-e.
iemen.. and a... roe!ng o
r~chi so tha: :'*sfaed:ee::
leer teL.:>rs were cox::::red
:ohn :ore :nan: a :e w :ea--.wa
y< ;>.e Da -.w.:~
'S'a:.e of .->vuth. t -an
I-.redo Co,. .
do * ount v : -'. c :E.e < :: . --
The unde~i;:.. d.rotes ...
re . . .o. . '. c e:
ZlV UV a ll.'
V.1 ~ % 111 U !
a e f 'at-.t ( 'o: V : 1.
L , 1c. t" m 1 1;11i'~z a
, s: o* a \ ': -- : a i !ra -
f- . ' VOt
U're I~tautlbm:,ihrav I:,herdewt
a- 1a~ t-r i'f it:, iprot4re
\. s . )f I\t A.
iaW4" w 44 wo': r e i then :-t~ d a r
'd a~m~ne. No..< -. .jSe tber . 91.
of outh aro'.na.
-:are don ('otnt v.
i'er.a.a!-: appeared E. !-. ioate.mwho
.c bei sorne a.:y saor ,a:
i- on;- :he %o. i the axvl cluba
-, raohel S onr.\uus: . 1v10.
* Tha ..: n.::io aou t Lat Ce:id
:me- :::.ere wonc :wo.e -aites we:h
r T.- :han er'a 1:.I . h l .:. s .
Ta:1 a'er :he out Cnheld roer
i N roo:, sa. Ixa theyad aKd E.1tri. won
...;n- :m -:orn a.e tht ote-, wee uone
b:rh u ithebox a::d not un:d. 1l10t
Coe- one:::h (ute say.b U~.that tie :ku
oga~ otth ) wo vo the Cere <>Zone
b,!- sadethatd -'rty x asked ~
-ne w#.e an d th een (on aht
<'!. Dav-:re ei d alo qt orvtvT re b :.I.L ti
t i A-- t of aca. tne !ial hi, na-flt writ
e:. :. h.Tack.
-worn :o before nel th i; r-' day of
T. .\1rrent l. \V *u.. . - i -. ..
Ncot. P,1ubk. I)or S. .
lat obIf.oud that aVi
hi aend o : reiv' :-on thon
' avappeare 1.iF. I t. 1d. Ilh
A v, -a JA)wder- ii d iNsr(4vedl I-\ the a01
pai nA his mother who have hA birth
ofy th mane a4*er day of May e9 which
* "a.Ce-- him 2. th:'L nast May.
the. 'rI al e .ton can bs: hown
1he he tr*X'k.of asuppxor!er (J h i'.. who we
Ti-re 'aorned had te aui or xix men.
Whoee namer were no uen the Cub
:n the Aolau club voted. Thisup
trier ha these en to vo.\ for Das
wiz'terowu nameswritteronth baco%
o.01 theit meets. and in cas-e the club:
r re ppeo a majorith to ne this ut a
roynd o have the box .hrown out. The
tiwoker of this measly trik i known and
en on.: th o g bacO.
: wort he eo no: prosecutet :
'he third a'.l(z-itaio:I can ijo eaSiiy di
a ~ o th pot. Thu b. t:- e n'
.'V~ s.-iil at mo::ed than o'ay: Davis
do - a: ,ay tat thad: tnh- protecn-o
hn e.:: .a:. vid:: lhae butrlepn the
-.ate'n' tnmade to uaiby ather . i
rw: alleeaion s~aing to te all of
.\#inLrfome the disrovi b the ali
pare on hi motther whro rpaers.brh
tae)hiO:!ti at tilay.hr j o
ani asec.on n aleat cabeshow o
b e he ikoauporter wfhih wo be
ar e fo:nd te"ieorxmn
wonse ' nabouter noti upon te Clubof
ortrohdrtese menato vo:.- for Davis'
oe'thei tica~ets, andin pcatse.a the u
gaven Appela rejoritoe this astt a
ground forh the box wasrolln ou. The
workeriof tis meas tric withknwn ando
i ony L hrou A persuadio of.\ppelt
thDa S ae ths no:rprooecuted.
n r.of notithtandinu the adavtits
aahe toaaw the protet Thea teteme
of voes vting attree thanoe o is
so.indefinat~e that hith protest cwn
tinued' Ca.o Dais ould hate te re
oreted :mofurprctsh i the seecit
s'omething taen:iblaes.m ansawer to
te "oers bt tboe thnmed :o ecr e
a'tdan fromrehemidisproingrehe bil
tlegatiofen that theuwer reeaes
It.. ise psiiv upc an tre :s n~t
an . ale, ation decde Cat.oav rest
whih he ould ave reustaied o one
ouwe haiyormation thi cartounb
oh ase ntineud. taohrrao
lea!! cr~orse dict s that aft.Dvi eid
ea tno wihdravo ho, poe, candidte
meetin of he annouctiv comitter
hol.e o tne.a 6th asle of'. Tes
teecosdre : ns
Hon . ocuia pel:, ~itr .\l ther
Dea' Sr-I :ae noi early opprtu
nihy o notiyi ou rat or hove this
dav I ithdraw hea polie to whichefor
the "-:xecutieao nite af1ter tedre
riend....to fet oragedf atthe re
ote improer pralcticesin thea ee
on at.di n:erent lc.~ and ahvysto
my cCjury. butec afte thinin over. jte
:rter adfet eein: theextrem b:lit
0 ro' en up andl' presetinC the..
mate t~ furthe-:.ci.
\Vhile ah 1idenc rote oIme'IJ
hof. aitere* euc'lt, ye nte reaso
for the ~ cors indictedt i, th :at after
a mjoit i. fao foe addt
ha Are benanor ee. omte
ho'btied 4 chng ofte rl't ~
wi~i e~eviab~v e cosiderd as njus
i'e~ni meto av;o ~' ricnd41a
whoseearnst se'eittion 4mad this
race wh hav soloy'.y upprte
:-.ad hs c':.denc .n -te
!dir . rea'.t. :: m ue
men: the detemination here Im-e:
on .r he resrmnioe.adt
henal ht:y aehsbe
.M44o *'on Nerv.. I14
Minutes Of Demxratic Executive Comritte-.
- o orby ::. co:~ - ba i rrI a .\
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z.t\' !.e.;. :. 1 \ 1:~ 'l: ob. A
t:h :.. .& .i ' "i >. a ~ i eN To i~a i44
arn i 'w !I ;a
a: 1- To13 13 4 - 11Ti'h ma. : dr. ant'
:.r:: .I ! :Iber i of . J E N ) the
.IJ 1 . G rn'i:n; .;i a . -. H l
Azor-e etith and Nit wa, .eideovere
rieir a,. n :tvthe la tin ake in the
ci4Lti'v ;4e boxr :t-o the -ohe !na4
ha v th : k Mr. W. i .n thiish , 4nvntd by
ai'l tt. 1 16 o~t Wa- ak.-u
I . Iil 3 a re<;ue,! : wt ~"li t te Cuntyl
chairman to ievoitht tve VoLae :i the
ct-, oun' to a a Ls rlte reurnS at tSe
com..y wi: citi rlwt. 6. lelai-ed
.. i. _i.re was a prote.', Or cote1
.lr. %pui ppide: fe.r I the Ilet tom
cu-ier ;:. the rue, weetclear he be
al intero.ed Wnd ihavv notive. Trht
a'1outeI'z of MIr. Xv. i1:. I avi.s ;revajild
wenod t ou. *aas- trdturnsd. at
I thati tad e on a vote of c to e
: io aroowin in te was -e
1a'd i.y Cpt. oavu : av. 1. SproT. I
mot (f mbf . .1. F'. Eavi: pv revraI
apt: A A. reou way. ). .. Ttirbe
vie i W. M. IDvi-. A recess 'wa i
:n taken and the committee proceed
eI wlith :hie recount.
iTe sub-cornnittee made :heir re
re ort. and I'urdv & O'Brvan appear
ing as atiorney, for Mr. .\ppelt. re
newued the request formerly made to
have the committee tabulate the re
turns of the election as sent in by the
manage-s, and to declare the result,
the request was again refused.
The -.ub-committee made the follow
ing replr. of their indin,:
ai..1. t .r.
N on. :11
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l' . . . . S1.
rhe above report, w.as unanimou,!y
ado;"ted a:d the result was declared .S
f.diowi: Louis Appelt havinD received
a rajority of the votes cast, was de
clared the nominee. The committee
then proceeded to tabulate tho uncon
tested return.. For the nouse of rep
reentatives Harvey X. Mitchum hav
in.: received a majority -f the vote.
ex--t was declared nominated. ,pal
wast!. .1. M. Windham for .1udze of I'ro
bate. L. L. Weiis for Treasurer and
i. hnrpge..s for \udi'or. Capt. ). .1.
liadham was declaredi the rominee for,
.\agitraite at .\inntitg. A. .1. Ilich
hourz at Summerton. l'ine wood (. M
H u;ins. 'axv!ile .!. A. Iirown. i-'ores
eson, Ji. i-:. Itichbour;:. New 7.ion W.
.1. .\. W INDH..M.
It Saved His Leg.
''Al: tho~ugh i'd nose myi le:.'' writes!
J. A. Swensen, of WVatertown. Wis.
''Tn v..ars. of ecze ma, that 15' doctors
cuh3 'no: cure. had at last laid me up.
Then liueien's .\rnica Salve cured it,
Frupt.io'ns. Fezetua. Salt ieum. lioils
Fever- Sore-. iBurus. Sealds. *u* n
We are tstill having considerable
sickness in this neck of woods. Mrs.
R. P. Barrow is very sick.
Mr. C. W. Barrow is qtuite ill with ,
Mrs. Janet. Drigg.ers. who has been
ill at t he homneof M r. M. ID. 1iri::ers.
is no better.
The young people at WVorkmnan
were badly disappointed by not. h.v
ig their party on account of the de-.
luite of rain.
Mrl.. Julia McKenzie andi her youn;:g
son spent the week end at the home
of Mr. W. T. Hagins.
Mr. W. T. Hagin is just back froin
his trip North w..here he enjoyed himu
Miss Ethel Morri, will leave for:
Asheville to take a few week'. rest.
.Miss Laura Morrik, alter s;pendingt
the week cud at the home. of her
brother at Workiuan, has returned
There will be~ an ice crealu festival
at the Morris- chool houise Friday'
WVell Mr. 'raditor. it ra.1ine so la-t
Tuesday that many were d.eprived o
the priv.ilege of iastin;: their voteof
for Cl1arendon's choice, but I hope
everybody can ge.t out niez Tuesday,
1:,..aob Wilmiert, i.iueoin. 1I.
foun hr way back to tperfect health.
Siw. V writ.es:* --iTffredt with kidne
trouble. and baeca.che an.2 my appet i
was v..'ery. poor at time,.- .\fe'~ week
ago t tI.i i-K itincy' '. :n and av
tea:irtrial. They :a- e met .rea
relief~.4 so continlued till no~w I am agai
I Looking For Homes.
repor:- corr? etMndence w'it h the fonow
ing part... who4 ha.':'e e repoirteda
\Tihi4. lxanI.a,'. C.arpter-i and3 t::d
.1 w~ wf--: and otne child: wishe'. p!ace
::ed i ....:1 o : thee an re anee 4)
.\rba a ni4 . 42.' \\.'.". m:: I i .
:\\ n cat 311pro ~N ;ta:a,. man
ag,.~ 1 la\ poth .inea htol. H\ a, -C~ne
.m w.e-..t -:ar-.i.. a "hu in o , o
an . 3: to-' oo .lc tin Wa .t
\w . ' v.r'llN ;r:w y..u
a..te~ngauer. t l'-ez:pe an3l I :-hda
Jphn :t ;rok. Seno.1ha' f Ii. ;nr
.ptm.-r.jat lven o'clioed. 113all
..... .1 ..i ..... ,.- ...t I1~....k.. I,' ... . T...
A Card of Thak.
w3n anru:;..e :an 'Ul preshs the
heart-i emtoshi, tm ren it
,t mtw. I cannot tell the go'K people
. t: 'tdn what: :nv heart contain,.
Th-p.o!- ft i, conut have hono,1r-d
cl(ser t han grip, f,t !. a d1111 id I itol
apet i ber t kindne- and co:
I w4'h! b-- : t hy. of even a
The' reicm --100 wa.. a monit
same !time. I am1 1ure th- l)eopl.- will
bear mw 4.. whI n -av that I '1nd uct
1. my sid of the conte: in aI
mannr. ieavin,_ mynv pol itical fate, and
tr:-t with1 th- 4 ple aLlne. i had n1o1
Irgai.Lct: aid I;,):- did I have theadval
tage of a lar'e family cdnnection. but
dependetd eritirely on the j-:tice of a
peowie whose publc s.ervan: I have
been for the pa.t Neveral years. and for
wIom I love :o labor.
I .hal with t he be h, of Inv Creator
' v.-dt v ;mbl ic acts it Ia manier
at will h.- a pride to my.self and for
what I bielieve to be the le--t intetre!t
if the people of mv county and State.
lear no ill will for those who fought
:1e fairlv, this was their privilege. and
vIe who reorted to misrepresenta
ion I hope they will repent. With a
ieart bursting with gratitude. I thank
jhe ;wole Who stood so loyallv by me.
nd the entire people have my promise 1
;A vcrve them so that they will not re- n
,re. having placed Clarendoa' stau
lard i.to my keeping.
Very sincerely yours.
1 desire to place on record my high
,d sincere appreciation of the treat
nent received by. me from the good peo
)le of Clarendon in the recent primary.
made the race for l:ailroad Commis
toner and only lacked a few votes of
retting into the second race. my own
ounty stood by me loyally and true. and
vhether or not I ever again become a
andidate the people of Clarendon and
hroughout the State of South Carolina
an feel assured of my tidelity. I shall
.lways be read'y to n.id in any movement
vhih has for its purpose the good of
ny cosmylv and State. Fellow citizens I
hank with a heart Ii h-d with gratitude
> *. Se.')4aONor Ali. 4
-:m.-r ilton. S. I .. Septemn--r thi. 1910.
Card of Thanks.
'' ie .-\':er, of t' atrecn: ,
Iai% b Ieen de:ared by :he I )mo
- I i.xteu I m. i t*.' to b4 -n-I
d - vot4!d for in the secou-l pri
nary. :aud appreciatin V.he i hand.%oime
1,gie me wihen th--re were %) man%
4s select from. I desire to) express mv
.hInks to the people. and to ask them if I
hey believe my -areer as a public ser- j
:ant worthy of their confidence. to
,ote fom me On the 13th. I am sure that
ith mn. expC:ieoce I am in a Mter po
.ition to Qerve the people than: ever be
ore, and if e!ected I can safely promise Si
Lgood and an honest service. c
1). L. GRE:N. C
lurbevi!1e. S. C.. September 6;th. 1910.
To The Voters of Clarendon County. t:
I ease a!!ow me to thauk vutI for the
:(te vou gave Me in the race for the
sos of.represenatives. Taking into
:onsmideratiton the number of ahle and
.i known candidates in the me~e. I
--ceived a handsome vote. I do the
more appreciate the vote given me
2eause it represents citizens who
>ssessed the ability to vote without
yeing told who to vote for.
It. D. WilerE:.
.\leoi0. R. F. D). No. I.
Card of Thans
I-leas- al!ow mec to express through
he mediumi of THl: TI~is to theI
oters of Clarendon count:y my high~
ppreciation of their support at the'
riavelection last week, and a con-I
nuance of their encouragement and1
~upo'rt at the approaching election.
E. ! :. I 'T.OWDEN.
I wish to tender my thanks to the
oers of l'axville and Silver clubs for
he splendid vote you gave me on the
Othi. and trust that no action of mine
vill ever give cause for regret of hay
ng placed contidence in me.
J. .\. BaVN. I
!dc-.re to thank the voter- of ('iaren
on for the suppobrt given me in the re
ent 'rima"ry. .1. 1D. AsL4!HROIK.
The Gratitude of ilderly People
.oes out to whatever heios give them
ase. comfort and stren~gtfi Foley Kid-f
ey I'i!!s cure kidney and oladder dis
:-e promphItiv. and give comfort and
elef to elderly pepe \W. I: lrown a
WHY SO WEAK?
Kidney Troubles bay be Sapping Your
Life Away. ilanning People
Mave Learned This Fact.
\hna healthy mtar. or w.'oman he
at t:o run dowvn without apparent
:iuse. ibecomes. wteak. languzid, depre.s
d. wutfer= backache, headache. dizzy
:pels and uirinary disorders. kidney
co44.nesmay be the cau~s. of4 it all
~eep the kidneys well -d they will
are sick kidneys and keep them wehl.
aui .\anning reaLders demand further -
>o hta th foll0 owin' statement:
\Mrs. 1 st. .tii. Synur,. \\Y. ('alhou n
it.. Sumter. S. i '.., "I wa,. annoy
- a gr .i eata by irre;:ular oassa'es of
he .kidney secrion and1 had: dull. nag
ring b:Lekaches. accomipanied by dis
re.ming pains thr.ough my i loins. I used
)oazts lKidn'y I' ls anid have not h~ad
iy trduh'le from mybac fece. That
,ra-, abo.u:tatyea ao andi I am gladl to1
.a : oa' l)'au' .idnaey I -:!! centire:y1
ire. m. .\l v ...n was a.-.o a:t~ieted
'Iir.' :'te "idney ,e'eretiots. esp.eciallyv
n 0h ice takti::; Dua:;'s K idrney
I'.ehavmroe ondcerfully. I4
dI~iy ecomn'end loan's idney 'Pills
..rtur for :he goo~d they did: in tou
Ior 1,ai hy all da~ er,. IPrice 5' 'cnts.
o:er.\ i bura'.. ilu:.aio. Ne w York,.
.l aets for ti.' l'oited States.
..e..mbe..:he tname IDan'.. antd
. 1. Lesesne. E. C.Mtortoni.
\A are in postia .tatic :,.ou i
buyug r e:!n;;lad,.If oshave
a hu~ea~n lo intown for sale. or a
pi ::oad in :ho coun.mtry: or if
you was.t' tobuv auv' real --.ta:e. -ee
', befre :oing -o...:...:
LESESNE & HORTON,
Manning, S. C.
lirown & C.., for etiksrie
- l4-$) chi:r-r.: G; to fir.wri . '
t Sa. '. 4
.\, I ha.:i v up the a..tency fol
>r i)r 120cer, C ~.arrh ie:Ced
t .hom::: .lr. .1 un:., .\.White haa
-enl appo; inted atgent. ant wil::
Schem eiide.1a from. Brown
11.. a:i -et a pre-ent evry ::.on:ti .
There wi.b an importa:;ce
:'ti:'.g of the W. C '. T1. V.. nex: Te
y af:ernoor. Se;cr>tehe-- 13. at tia
ir the cominz year are to be electedi
ad deegates to the State ( 'encent i
hoen. Everv menmer is earnestly re
.\: :s. .h' e1-:i0I S ier-r.
Notice to Manaers of Election.
One of the Manager, wil! picase ea:
the court house on Saturday Sept
)th. for the boxes for the second pri
i:trv to be held on Tuesdav Sept. 1.,th
A. .1. ltleni 1ut-4 :.
.1. M. WINlH.\.
For tite i: ,t nonth or muore. i havi
eu lo-ing a numberof hogs, and hav<
ason to believe they have been atolen
ny partiet' buying hogs from any onw
i St. .\Iark's township will confer
Lvor by notifying the undersianed.
H. A. ALLSBROOKS.
Wilson, S. C.. R. F. D
.\n gust '1, 1910.
I desire to sell. at once. my hiom
ii West Boundary street in tht, to~wr
I Mannin::. twvo blek. :roz cotiri
I,)t i one-half acre ill -i., andi ha
roomu hzoui-e wit h k itche:,. wood anc
bwI house. barn and a ;:oodI well o
-atert a!so fruit atnd un1.t tree-. etc.
follopwp: :.:: peache". '. apricopt.:
luu,.. I year. 4; st. -. p:ps;perzion:
rape ar-bors. 7. boneh ;:rapevie
bsout 50p rupberries-. about :X.tom
irawberry p):lnt- and3- -- peranJl tr--S
About -.501 :L %-ar can be renhzei
roin the sale of fruit and berrie:-.
"-Price :-.700.( "
For further informuation see Mr.
,oer in Manning or write me a
'olnmbia. S. C.. P. (. Drawer 150.
H. R. BOGER.
Your kidney troul)e may be of 'on;
:anding. it may be either acute u
bronic. but whatever it i Fo!e's, Kid'
ey Remedy will aid you to get, rid of '
uickly and restore your natural hea!tl
nd vigor. *One bottle of Foley's Kid
-v Remedy made me well." -.aid .
ibi)ull of Grand View. Wis. Commenei
king i: now. W. .. Brown x Co.
School Children !
G~et your School Supies
N. E. Brown & Co,
to iargrest arrount purchased.
TRY THlE NEW
Foer v(,ur neCxt order. Everv
thing new. fresh and ciean:
ju.xt opened in
fI0UZON'S OLD STANE
Your order wili receive care
ful and prompt attend:on and
will be higihly aplpreiated.
rFtll and comitlete' line '
TAPLE AND FANC\
P. B. MOUZO)N, Pw'iv.
ARE FAST APPROACHING.
We are r.-'ad t' tn mteet tihe
demandl for' ,'verythint you
needI at schOol.
tion Hoo(nks: in !:wt very!
Inltie Ink for the 'i
.-anning. . .
for chUdren: safe, .sure. No opLatea
[r. King's New Life Pills
The het irn the world.
Fall Season of 1910 m
Conditions (jive Great. Promises.
r o cond:Con bo h a b : hyi e ht. '.:w : ni 0,;':. . 1 tr
an 1h sn of osederityot, na ,in : ' :.:c .:. we re isoe
much b n.:ter thante :: , :o ic a f ' .:o r:
- it. fact. indicati:oni n.,e.v are frMore tha:". :. ar:a:e3e: ial of
h01 tle. wiebl 20 to thle na igof ;; n :e, 1::-th c unty.ad
e-e: a ra per y -Ie :n ,,e -~e rop - n
The . outh !,.. o course. de-pzeudCnt o:: cotton for '. pr-perity and
propects for :Lis are oa. asut. evem The.id thc yield uot come Up to
expec~ations. Ite re ta ir crease :Tr. r-- would -o to rrake up the
!;Terence. An,!. whie the :ountry a . who!c is beneited by a big
--::ncrp :hce Aouth a an 'fet in tirie. wher there . a shnrtage.
At D. Hirschmann's
\iingbueri:N :ake, no.te that .v.- have plan.ed-t fr an unusual
fai!. ard t.: oo are comn:: in. E-;idence of it I.. i! throua h
Our ore-e ha'e pu: a d:oubtle quick pr on al; o. o We carry
a cot.. ete .: of
er from...:.................... ...A) to $:.00
'h ld s Su; ts from... ..... . ... ... . ..... . .90 to $ '..50
h o r .\Ie. nfro'M ........ ...... ....... . . . 5to S 4.00
ho ., for Ladies .......... ... ... ..... 9) to $ 4.00
We also have a comple-.e le o! Dress Cood. Calico. Ho mspons and
lileach % )utin. Don't miss our Millinery Deartment-as in that line
we are complete with all kinds of Children's~Hats and Ladies' Hats.
Lr adies* Suits. are up-to-date and the priceC will conviace.
Have not much space o come andi you wi .ind what you need in
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