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ST. PETER'S, NO. 54
A. F. ..
RUT- CH APTER. NO. 40.
Ortlr of Essa-t er r Stur.
cauza.- Cetr. Ftc-r: -e.a
n each Month.
(M> PRAaxcEs DAvis. W. M
;N1vsKn MAernA DAVi!. S.
BE SURE AND VISIT
Coming In Every Day.
The Manning 6rocery Co
Judge J. S. Wilson is holdinz cou:rt In
We direct attention to the change of
ad. of D. Hirschmann.
The Bell long distance telephone is
being installed in Manning.
Maj. A. Levi and family has retu-ned
home from their summer vaca:0on.
Read KrasnoTs ad. in this issue. He
is always doing somez'i ng to win trade.
Miss Emma Wilson of Sumter, is in
Manning visiting her sister. Mrs. S. L
Miss Eleanor Todd has returned fron
a very~ pleasant visit to relatives in An
Mr. J. H. McKnight of this place was
the first to gin cotton at the oil mill this
Mr. David Levi and family are now
at horne fra.v.n their vanation is the
Mr. J1. H. Orvin and family after rus
ticating in the mountains with the big
guns came back home.
Rev. W. B. Duncan and family of
Charleston, are in Manningr visiting the
family of Capt. W. C. Davis.
Dr. Ned Barron of Cozumbia is
spending a few days with the family of
his brother Mr. A. I. Barron.
Several bales of new cotton were put
on the market ' Saturday. I: brought
13i cents. and 'a-s not a good cotton
Mr. A C. Harvin and family who
have been spending the summer in the
mountains o-f North Carolina are now
at home agamn.
Clarendon wili have a good delegation
in the House of Reoresentatives, ma
ters not which two of the four are
Messrs. Allen McFaddin andl J. F..
Kelley left Manning for Chick Springs
to attend the convention of farm demv.
Solicitor WV. H. Wells and family of
Florence, were in Manning visiting the
family of Mr. S. L. Davis. and left !or
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 the re
suIts in the issue following the election.
Manning is going the limit this season
on cotton, the buyers have had the
bridle removed and the competition w ill
be the tiercest that has ever been on
this market Bring your cotton to Man
There are several communicaion.'
crowded out of the paper for the lack of
'space and time to get them in type. andl
we would ask our reader-s to read the
inside pages as there is much ofa inter
est in them.
M iss Sauers of latimore~ isin char:te
of the millinery department of The ..
M. Bradham Co. Th~ts young lady
comes to Manninit highly recomnmend
ed and we are sure she wil! please the
most fastideous in the fa!: style. of
The young people of this town went
to a sociable given by Miss Nay ilrad
bamn in honor of her guest Miss Lillian
Hill or Newberry. and they re;>or: a 1Xe
lightful evening. nnd were captivatedl
with the young hostess ar.: the gues: of
Governor Anasel has appointed as comi
issioners of election for Clarendo'n:
State. L R. McIntosh. Mannin;;: A. .
Broadway, Manning: T. .. Bieara. New
/.ion. Federal. C. 3. Lesn.Manning:
It was our- privilegr :o. irpee: th.e
cotton crop of M r. Frnk !:aw'i.son as
Monday and we do no: exaggeae whien
we say it is the :Ines: cotton w V..r
ever seen in a iar;:e ::eid. There :,we
are told sevenz:r acres ini the 1ted .
looked a-. and it wi:2 make a: :e-s: *n
and one-hal! ba:es to :he ae-re. hna
the old Sprott no~rce a: .Jord '. -he a:
ton croz is. very 'ine and :s .robbl as
gad as the !lawlinsoo:: O.
n'e c: the a:: e .....on irra. er
to the ne adver-iemto' Dr '. I:
Brown : .t .. Inti Isse )r
,.cription department isa:rs -
he i. noted .or his care i. em. ndin
everythin" to be found n :r- e
drug store. and the trade recei;'a !.
Wedded in Colrmbiz.
:tqdvo E . am : em a.wr
! !e-. a!:. ! . :e
Safe mhedici.e wor Children.
I o:: u . I 'I,- . a, - a a f :" i.:
f:r c'te :e -- a-. a :h
a.C guse :?.). '** ::te1e > o i
aTh Executive Committde Metia.
c:ative m:di c-!e for thren rtr
does- ot couasnz the:: .e~rn oa::
Hoc:r.,nd e ur he ;.o :'.r.Ta::.
were vrese=t te e o' the :ernlem
Ce:ces Lear~y a. t. :he candidia:e-e who
were anxiouz. to iearu their fate. At the
very outset there were sign-; of much
interes: n the Seuatoria conte<t. an
underground c' exeiten:e- was evident
and iMany were 'ookin; for scsationa'
developmen--. The canvass of '."e State
ticket wen: :hroa::h withou-. hiich o
hin.irance bat when it came to:e coun
tv, the rea; :re works were of f. The
comnun:ttee canvass.es :he. r e~.irna ro
the mana'er,- of the severa: c:U!Ws and7
found iba: .Mr. .\ppvl h.ad . :. of
seven over Capt. Davis for :ie Senate.
Capt. lavi then arose and prese.d a
request tor a recoun: of the tic
which was objected to by Mr. .\ppel on
the ground that to recount the tick
at t*he t rat ineetin:: wa .ua o
ityv. as rule- 6 distinctiv say-. toe commit
tee at te :rst m"ee: n: aa canva :
return, and declare :he rsi.h:rl
i akes perovniion wae :nere i. a pro
test or contes:. and under t"atru e ae
tion must be taken at a meetin--.ere
after" imeaninz after the !lrst mecntim.
Mr. Appel' eontende that the co:rnit
tee had no right to co behind the re
turns of the managers un e4. fraui was
charged, and that Cat):. a :ot
allege fraud specineally, he --:rely
c4aims the *irregulari.ie. h.ae oeen
brought to his attention" and! b e.use of
what some one has told him he woud i
have the com-nittee t-3 exceed their au
thority. Mr. .Appel: adimited that afer
Capt. Davis had :.'ed a protet i proper
form so an ans-er could be nade he
committee would have a right to re
count, take testimonv and do such thin-is
as wil throw light on the hin:ed at ir
regularities, but until a formal protest
has been ~iled which could not be cou
sidered at the initial meeting :ne com
m iittee was without authority, citing~
rule 6; to sustain his contention. The
comimittee overruXed .ir. .\ppet by
vre o. 3 to ,>. a strict:y partizar. vote
The following is the rotice given by
Capt. Davis for the recount:
To .\. .1. Richbourg. County Chairma':
The ..ndersi.gned, a candidate for the3
Senate in the recent primnary, would re-;
spectfully ask the Executive Ccomitee*
of the County. in view of the closeness
jof the vote, to order a recount of all h
votes of the various boxes so far as he~
Senate is concerned. While-a grea.
many irregularites have been e-oughbt
to my attention. the evidence of these
ireularities. I am informed. :s :
boxes. and while I do not desire to cn
test or protest an election .i2s: on the
ground of some sligh: irreguiarities i
thirc. in justice to ny friends, that
count of the votes be made that any i
advertent mistake or error rnar be cor
rectedI should there be any.
I would also respectfuily reserve the
r:?rht during todav, the time given me
undier Runle \'II., to fie arny protes: or;
contest. Respectfuliy submitted.
Candidate for the Senate.
The posion of .Ir. .\ppelt objectic~.
to have the mnanagers count ione ove
at this time was put on record and the
work of the committee proceeded byse
lect three Davi.. men. and three .\ppe:
men to make this coun t of tickets. A fter,
several hours 0' toil the commi.ttee e
assembled to hi-ar the report of the .ub-'
1committee. in the m.eantime .\r. A ppelt.
secured the services of Purdy o O'Bry
Ian to represent him before the commit
tee. and whxez the ..ub-com'mittee wer
Iabouit to report J]udge Puirdy arose and
Imade a~ 'ormal objection to the recount
and -!emanded a declaratior. of the re
su i as reIorted~ .; the Ir.anger.. :s
the committee declined :o do artd itsae
tion ogether with ,Jaege i: ruys * e
mnand was m'ade a matter of record. Thc
suab-comm'ittee then annou::ced ts'.d
in::s whichi was that the:-e were soe
discrep encies~ found bu::hese* tvo.. n
enange ::e resui : au: masteaui o. A\pir
ha=.-n' a majori:y of he had by an :e
tual -ount of the ticket:. a t.ajorit :v
on motion an .a. .:er !-a .
nothin oa' : n i oi e owarn ice .L
the Le.i.aure and: i *. o.e a.
the- commite re ce oaujou0n.
vie s.eate r.i eu a a- .)ar a.
D~avis :':ed :he0 foin f orma: po~e
and :ue comzt.::..- ee dede itud e:
the .ame Tuesdiay .:. It1 wa, iy
tension. for th iriend of Dayi a:- .p
t:nueu :ne .ee.; :>a ne e*a.s
beoee :.emners wer e:::r. :.
Inohing a-or':h av. few :..-&'. "r.
e..can!ed. ... oi *I ow :::- -. -*
Louis .pe.:. I on.esteq.
co Ion e :* es a::.n:
..pect~ .y prot-- ::--con--:
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A, V3 1'r 11' :V' U, ;>r1 A,..
n\\'. tC.7 A I X is
A A ~ I''utp u vu-oit. was vi- '.mA
.. :i . '.. e ;ember . 10
i- arendon u'onv.
i -r~~al:: ppere II 1 : li atn~vean I
who.. utein e uy w or say,: eiI~i
TAt he watr hrernt an,: asted i e
in t the t vote, In ther 'axville vlub:
-a1 art: -heu p rimary.\u..u;i : I:) 9 o e
Th:-: ih: conn Inithe veue it a find i
.hat!hr were, :wo :.:ore* VOte.; in t:he
x-e :hanwerne name on the voti a id
hat two tce v were thu Ir-da out
SZie. oLof ,heMh v
or .03, .ppet aNo:. tor. :i SC
T that fer :!e couo : ha' prtoceeed t
Son-e :-e he-ie two votes% were pu1t i
e uto .he 'DOxaNt. ICidntel. eo
L~eiene::: f"rther say that aft t- al
n-, the t A e of ther were club i a
Bunre a.a1-orty Six 14,; votes i
hrOe f w OUh ou .\ppel receiVe .i
"ne 11,..ndredo and Three (10, and W. Tr
'. i r -t4reee 'orty-Three A4:13
(1I. 1 . )i .Ivm . dN.o i
'wora to~ )C breUV mn :hie d of A.
sc~ moer. ha the a s. ~ .r .Tne ?
Not. Pl'u. for ;.
:-tatzite of S-ou h Car-ina,
C uaendon. C'ounty.
l'ra!!v lappeard tha. ta-:.Io. who in
.en-- duly sworn says :,hat het was-- oIne ne
tifte manaers of the .\!ouil Club at h:
he rriMarv he! or hu-ust .W. 1910. h u
That at .aid election about five te o-ix
men offered te voe, whoe namis were
:ot oin the Cub IUoll. That the-y aid no!
laim to bhe pre viay o t h'ub Uh in
: tih thar :fheyp had aked hisr. hones
r .r. iNxorn to have :heir names pu: on
he !.ch had not been dohe. That
h)ter w he e e to vo fte. ta
t i f eaci: * hn au name wi
et- thine .ae:Le. -e
)f teir icac:~. ndFi cas. Hoti.:.u
Sworn to before mw e this r:Ia of
eptember. ha1th oxtronou.T
Not, Pl'. "orA,. '.
o n av in bi priptotet of
1A. q# owled . hu: re',ie, up-on the -
a:e ie::s mad cteh . the I
rhe thir.-geation an nic te ae oi H
rowder n isisproved by% :hith a. .
avi of his other who oave h S e birth
lav :I.; the :.4th day of .\Iay l!"' whi.ch
naie him 21 thi past \ t.e -
iis ,econd alleation cana bhe shoen to
e the -trick of asupporer of i who we l
.re informed had the -five or ,ix men. f
rhose names were noL u;pon the Club ia
,1''of the Alcolu club Voted. This sup- '&;
eorter had these mn to vt.- !or Dvis!
idth theirown tameswritten or. the back .
heir tieaets. and in eae the club r
-ave A tel:e. a majority to use this a- a in
round to have the bo thrown ou:. The
borersi of thsome of is Tknown and :
: i oniv througt perua-wion f of ppelt
hat he ;s not prosecuted. ! '
The th ird a.ieation can be easil dis- 1
tve nwitha ing poete antdavteS
Sne~inatef thathte pr~i o:estcn-es
inlled Caor thevish woul ae been re
uested i toheuretthrthe contesteepwith
b. votes at the boxe nameor to.secu~;re
tidavits ntfro themyo thatoin he this
layo wthaw the weroes reeadefor
he sxecuotive fc~mtte hafer, ti no- -s
:o n etr;dat. Dis protesta
hich ahe ouldehave sstine nof ony
mbrassin who el ofis artnd thad rei
hel ase onined.rcie i h ci
ion atridav bot micsd-dawwer o 1I
dY tojuwitafthes protes. oand the
2te. - reing the ex r e emmiteef
arned fo the eh. twat calld rslT
rown istthe uetter withdraing pro- i
naept. no.f1910.r. i<
Der ir:lae th isdec rearlyd opotu- e
ity of noifyn you~f the ! have tisn
Ta dihdran teproet readhe beafore il
hV Fecouive Comiteest after bre-i
edato theearo ntne afddat w
xiens who been aou:aed. ao ter-i
yotinper a ci.es o the elec- at
ine iter e plces.ierd ahanjuto
v thjury bcutate ithn aver the so
iter a . foresigte exntrete b to
erness wof ein thoold anresulto y t4' t
rone:::-. ing up and prsnione h
v u~idence u hav decdo :o press-d- th
''as'ter n futh..uatij Iaeti
Wie th e sidence~ reore lto :re A
ouc. aprobablys justify the la a'tin
>rt. ore "cdcated uic.u uthat afte br
as i~e~be annouacedh. noemter
1: nviai be' conidre asunjust ev
y 0hs 'equainte with Ia!te
.t. An M an: rno ncre< an
are::: e'ea and *~ uq usio. er
''r~1::e Co feae to n:v ren. a
l:seern u whit. * on I mad tii
ie t h. e:er in tonhee ..lie: w:pI.
:ea o::. and th:1au:o-oEed in
at iue t.i. . . .euo hs cu t e i
hinntes Of Democratic Execrtivc Committe'
-- 2, L* ..1 :-;.S j.:*'inde*' a: e:.'V.':
. I~lehbour ) a n. :her-- w pr. ~
I N Tob1i.. I
or* t 'I T .l.du w '..wj 11I (;,nmble
1-: Thon ' 4Jn. I * I.I Thom fl :..4, C' 1
. i.\ ..i.:v r i \\ I )avi:
or '*. * . j) ve (' I Hale. e
T:-2:aultion of th rtur"- wa.
- .: withi. and it w:i. .2-covere
ere wa, no tablation shee: -in the
any Cirove box for the conare.-iona
r counV :Coeket. 1: wa. dieided i4
4V.- thle-t~k. inlhi ixm 01.-uted byv
,bcmittie- whit.b was, done.4 an1;
;> rte: :he rsult of ie ooun: to the
.\t th; stae of the proeedin W. C.
atvis !ied a r.que,: with the eouinty
iairimn to ine t he va!e taken in the
01rv No far as 1: re!ate, to the *enate
-c*oun',-t(. \lr. WV. K. Davi,-t moved to
it ti h ri qu t. ,e'onde--: h.
! Ion. Before tl#- t.ote was takeu
r. I Ai Appe!t rctiequeed the rumlll
iter not* to reount tfe vote at thi
e.-:in;;. as the ru!e, wero clear Ihiey
ere it. to canvass the return.% at the
r,:z me--'mo. citm rale ;. Hleclaiied
iat i7 there was a prote.st or coltest
wa. provideu for in the rules to be
c,idered at the next. meetwn- when
re o have notice.he
otlon of \lr. W. i:'. I avi,. prevailed
Id the recotunAt wa, ordered. Thi-. re
muiL2t Was made on a vote of S to l'.
he folowing sub-commnitwe wa.s se
ced. by Capt. DavL-: C. 1.. Sprott.
.. Gamble. .1. F. Iowe: by .\r.
popt: .\. .\. 1roalway. D. -. Turbe
:'e and W. M. Davi-. A recess. was
en taken and the committee proceed
! with :he recount.
Tne .ub-omitt.-e made their re
tor:. and i'ardv . ('Bryan appear
ILa. a:torne%- for Mr. .ppelr. re
wed the request formerly made to
Lve the committee tabulate the re
rn. of the election as sent in by the
inag'ers. and to declare the result,
(- request was again refused.
The .:ub-committee made t he follow
repor:. of their findin'!:
r,-: - t - - d
tred the nomicee The committee
en p)roceeded to tabulate the~ uncon
ited returw.. F-or the nouse of rep
en tative.; larvey W. .\litchum ha.
- .eceived a major:ty of th.- votes~
,1wa-. declared nomtinated. so as
L .. . \\indham for .lud e of ' -
te. L. L. Weia fior Treasurer andl .
Iiurg'. for \t:ior. <'apt. D). .1.
adhamt wa-. declared the nominee for
:igt-trat~e at M\aningf. A. .1. lich
uri a: Summerton. Pineawood C2. .
j.gins. Paxvie.. A. Zwrow. For.s
on... -:. ltichbourg. .New 7.ion W .
.1. .\l. WNDH.i:I.
1a Saved His Leg.
"Al though 'd lose my e . writes
A. Swensen. of vatertown. Wis.
en years of eczema. that 1~ coctors
uld no: cure, had at :ast laid me up.
aeu !rueren's .\rnica Salve cured it.
and and well." Infallibhe for Skin
-upt.ions. Fczema SaltH rhveum, 1oil-.
-ver Sore-.. Hur . Sealdi. Cat antd
.e.. 'a.s> :. all d irugtrists.
W*,!T.e.5:-;fo; Tim-ueran A
We are still haviaur considerable
tkess in this neck of woods. Mrs.
P. Barrow is very sick.
Mr. C. W. Barrow is quite ill with
Mars. Jane Drig;:ers who has beeni
at the. hore of Mr. 1). ). Dri.r;:ers.
ThIe youn peopil-e at Workman
-re badly disappointed by not ha-.
Stheir party on account of the de
:e of rain.
M~rs. Julia McKenzie and her youtn;
ii npent the week end at the- home
Mr. W. T. Hagians.
Mar. W. 'T. Ha;;ini is just back frotn
Strip North where he e-njoyed him
Miss Ethel Alorris will leave for
heville to take a few week's renst.
.iss I.aura Morris, atter spendingr
e week end! at the- home. of her
other at Wt.rktuan, nas ret urnied
lTere- will b'.- an ice ceam festival
the Morris --chool hou.-e Friday
ell Mir. i-:ditor, it raine-d so last
lesday that many were deprived of
e porivile;:e of eastin;; their votes
t:-laredon's choie. but I hope
erbody can :get out next Tuesday,
r,. . aou wi::mert. Maco..a, I..
mid l.cr waly back to) taerfect health.
.* wrItes: "I uieredo~ wi:ta.h kidney
mb- and b?.t ack.ache :an: myu appetite
Svery poor at time,.. .\ fe' weeks,
-ma a :air trial. They gave me grea:
.t'f. ,.O cotiniued till now I am a ;aa':
toerfe heoalh". x.. lI rown a: C t
Looking For Homes.
.I.e. :-e.crtary o' '.he Isooard of irade.
port, orre pondenoce wit th'e fo)low
: art le--.r wo ha. been0 reported as
wtr t hdhin trd isa t- .If at -
* i --. ou th re .andre. t
.\ r u :- u . !-4 \a an . ' .
.- . .r;: o rolisto: *:, . ' -. :s ::
d a tt 0g: . O . loca 02n .aut
\\ .. i 'a..r \iN i sroan.wa. .\ -
,:eo;;aaler.boo- -eeper and cred.~.I:
.oh .*rock. enae. SC. s ok
' Sc..o oolLe Notice
- at h.- scoo-houi. 'f'o te pur
A Card of Th2nL
Thr a i. timn of mn.n
when angua.- tnno:exrsth
herts r .- oin . hi, t ie ret-, t-e
,e;f now. I c-annot tell it good people
f 'late nd on 1 wh:t mv heart contain.
Th.- po*4p If ti .cot have honrhed
,n fo r :hi :im.* h1: t i . : th a~ .s litiin
h-er than gripli of steel, and di I Lot
apprecte their kiwii*, and cont:
uenc- I wou!d b.- unworOihy of even
T*he recent ie!etion wa-i a rnot
trenjuou n-W.-. the moLt streuoius of
an y in :h-- htory of the county. at lite
same lime. I arn -;ure th- peoploe will
bear mi- o'. when 1 -ay that I conuiLuct
ed IV ide of the contest In a dignited
manner. iraving my piolitical fate. and
tru-t with tho :>eople alone. i had no
or 'anlizetd aid n,1r did I have the advau
Stae of a large family connection. but
ept..' d entirely on the jLtice of a
people hose public .ervant I have
ben for the past several years. and for
whom i "o'Ve to labor.
I lall wlmit I :hI- li' of :n12 Creator
Ilnut mpuli" c atL, in a manner
t1at will ha* a pride to iivself and for
wat I brieve to be the b-et interests
of Ole people of moy county and State.
I 1er no ji; Will for those who fought
I- fairlv this was their vrivilege. and
thoe who re.orted to misrepresenta
tion I hoipe they will repent. With a
heart bursting with gratitude. I thank
the people who stood so loyally by me,
and the entire people have my promise
to %erve them so that they will not re
gret having placed Clare(ndoa' stam
dard in,, my keeping.
Very .incerelv yours.
I des.ire t.) place on:: record my highI
and sincere :appreciation of the treat
nent received by: me from the good peo
pie of Clarendon in the recent primary.
I made the race for 1F:ailroad Commis
sioner and only lacked a few votes of
getting into the second race, my own
county stood by me loyally and true, and
whether or not I ever again become a
candidate the people of Clarendon and
throughout the State of South Carolina
can feel assured of my fidelity. I shall
always be readv to r.id in any movement
which has for its purtpe the good of
my coun:v and State. Fellow estizens I
tnk with a heart filleI With grtatituzde
fo:-par:n.::niice t spport .
>) . Sea nisonor- tH.
St:-n-ii rton. . .Septeii.-r ~t h. 1910.
Card of Thanks.
To I. V(2er of t:aretUion:
11i:a %::o leen der:ared by Iw D.-mno
Ex i vu' Executive' Comi-t to be en-t 1
edthevote-d for ;in the- weginl" pri
Sry. an appreia:iu: the hall n:eIIe
to 'e4a-e from. I d'sire to express i
thanki to the pIeople. and to ask the:n if
they believe my career a" a public ser
vant i. worthy of their contidence. to
vote for :n: on ;he M3Ih. I am sure that
with my -experie:e I am in a better po
itiou to !rve the people than ever be
fore. and if elected i can safely promise
a and an honest service.
1 LIr bev i:e. S. C.. September 4th. 1910.
To The Voters of Clarendoz Countv.
PIicet- allow ::: to t hanIk you for the
vote you "'aVe Me in the race for the
house of representatives. Taking into
con-tidera'tion the number of ahle and
wve-l kno~wn candtdates in the race. I
received a handsome vote. I do the
more appreciate the vote given me
bec-ause it represents citizens who
posse he abihty to vote without
bein' td who to vote for.
.eomn. [I. F. ID. No. I.
Card of Thak
I'-ieas- alorw ime to express through
the medium of Tir,: TIMI:s to theI
voe t fCarendon coun:.y my high
apreitinof their sup~port at the
prmr election last week, and a con
tinuance of their encouragementan
suupport at the approaching election.
E. I:. lI)WDE.
Iwish to tender my thanks to th
Ivoters of l'axville andl Silver clubs for
th~e sprlendid vote you gave ime on the
:0th,. and trust that no action of mine
will ever give cause for regret of hay
ing placed coniidence in me.
J. .\. Bin wN.
~i dire to thank the voters of Cliaren
don for :he sup;>port given me in the re-4
The Gratitude of ilderly People
Goes out to whatever behts give. them
es.comfort and strength Foley K id-I
ney I'ills cure kidney and bladder dis
eseb prom.ptiv, and give comfort and
relief to elderly peole. WA. l- Hrown .':
WHY SO WEAK?
Kidney Troubles Ilay be Sapping Your
Life Away. ilanning People
flave Learned This Fact.
Whe:..n a he-a1 i:hy an or woman be
gins to r-un dlown without apparent
cause. becomues weak. languid. deprese
ed u!Ter- backache. headache. diuzy
sp:sand urinary disor-der,. kidney
weoksess5 may tbe thet cau:s'-eof all.
,K.e; the kidneys well and they will
skelp you wei!. Doan's Ridnev l'ills
e-ure seik kidne'.s and keep' them well.
<'a:n .anning readers demand further
proofI :ban the fo!!owing statement:
.\:. I. H. Seymtour,.31 W:sX. Calhoun
-:.. -Sumne'. S. 4 -.. .,ays:.i was annoy
eda treit .:a by :rre-gular 'as,-ages of
-ekd e-.ere::ns atnd had dul!. nag
0ing bachs. accompar.ied by dis
tre-.-ic" pains~ through muy loins. I used
DoLar' Kidneyv I %s and~ have not hadl
wa,. abut a ear ago andi I an iladito
,ay:::aDan' idney. I':!!, entire!)
whhU iedney trooh.e. ben unabei toI
a: ig:.Sine akngDoan' Nidrac
P', te ha- imporoved w~ onderfu:ly. I
*'':adl recomme-"~ )l Doa' tidnev l'i
in retun -o :h ::ood2 they did in ur
Foster-.lii':-r. Co.. i u::Ialo. .New Yaork.
.oeagets :.rthe. l' ited States.
I temembet'Jr the ::ame IDoar.'-. ad
J. Mi. Lesesne. Ei. C. Morton.
Weare- in p'o-,ti toatsi :u ou- int
buyin or -.setg iin:: and. If yo have
a hou-- and lot in town for sae. or a
le of land in :hu couniitr' : or if
LESESNE & HORTON,
Manning. S. C.
lBrown . Co.. for quick .-:r C.
.\s I ha%:i up the a::eney for
")r )r Ilo-,mer' .atarrh r :emedy
': lannig .\r lnha.;i. White has
b.-en appoild agen. a l
,l rd.r. for --ame. . !. I: r.
Schoul children. ti.v from oirwn X
L'4.. and ,et a present every .nnn:h.
There will 4e an impoxrtar.', called
ei::of the W. '.T. L'.. -ex t Tues
'av afternoon. Septembe-- l.. at the
1e of %rT.. .I. Wood-on. <tier
,or the comin:: year are to l. elected.
int! delegates to the S:ate ('onvn ion
.ho,e:n. E*verv mnember is earnestiv re
p :e'ted io be4~ ;presen:.
.\Its. .bo.4:Pl Si-NoTT.
Notice to Managers of Election.
)ne- of the %lanagers wil please ea:1
Lt the court house on Saturday Sept.
loth. for the boxes for the %econd pri
nary to be held on Tuesdav Sept. 13th
For Lhe a nionth or more. i have
>een losing a number of hors, and have
eason to believe they have been stolen.
\ny partie, buying hogs from any one
n St. .lark's township will confer a
avor by notifying the undersigned.
H. A. ALLSBROOKS.
Wilson, S. C.. R. F. D.
An-ust 31. 1910.
I de!ire to sell. at once. ny home
in West Honanzzdary street in I Leb town
>I 3lanininz r. t.vo boewks from court
I i- one half acre in -ize antd has
-rootu bou-e wr't h kitchen. wood and
ow)l house. barn and a ::oo'd well of
rater: also fruit and nott tree-. etc ,
L- fol!ow0-: : e :ache,. apricot. 2
duum. I pear. * :i:s. t -euppernon:
-rave arbor.. 7 b1neh r.p e Vites.
hout 5o rA-jpherrie-.. ahou:t :;.0k
rawherry p and! -, peran tr---s.
About .5i a v.-ar can be realizeil
rom the sale of frnit and berries.
For further informuation see Mrs.
Borer in Mannin: or write we at
aolumbia. S. C., P. 0. Drawer 10.
H. R. BOGF.R.
Your kidney t roub!e mav bie of long
tanding. it mav be either acute or
hronic. but whatever it ik Foley's Kid
ey Remedy will aid you to get rid of it
uickly and restore your natural health
Lod vigor. "One bottie of Fo's Kid.
iav Remedv made me well." said .!.
sibbull of Grand View. Wis. Commence
aking i: now. W. .. Brown v Co.
School Children !
G;et your School Supplies
EY E. Brown & Co,
to Iarrest amount pu rchased.
TRY THlE NEW
yo our next order. !'verv
thing new. fresh and eiean:
jui't opened in
ROUZON'S OLD STAND
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fumi and promfpt attention anti
will be highly appreciated.
Fuli and comnlete line: of
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dietnandI~ for .*veryth it youi
need at school.4
Pads. IPneii. I (i4'ompsi
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The be+t in the warld.
Fall Season of 1910
Conditions (jive Great Promises.
ar i w I .: af prn : I O f, e-. xere d r i rosed
mucjoh* bel:t--r than th-:o' :::uo-af --< -oe :l o efr
in fact. indicat.o ar a:. ar:-.: .:-!- in a*. : of
th t e. which o to the of :::::e- th- coulnry. ad
-: a bumper yiel,* ::: th chief ero;p cor-.
The ou :. of coure. depeuent o:: cotton 0%-i jr. perit.v and
prospect. for :his are Sood. u:. ever -hadth y iei not come ap to
expec ations. te - eut1anC i :crease nPr: - would :o to make u:p the
11:Terence. And. wh:le the eountry a-; whole i bene!!ted bv a bi
-ton crop. the Snu-th- ha. an ome#,t in vrie- %vhen there i, a hra.
At D. Hirschmann's
S buyer. wil: :ak xe that .e have planned1 fur an unusual
Iyv buy fail. and t:: oods are cominy, in. 'vi.dencc of it is aI through
our ;tort.- e hav-e put a double quijtck price on a, .'f good We carry
a oiee une o
-M.lens' Suite; from..... . . ....... . ...... . .. ... .~ o : .0
hidre' Suits from .. .3...... ... 9 to $ -50
Shces for .len from................. .......... 1.2~> to $ 4.00
Shoe. for Ladies from..... . ..................... .90 to t 4.00
We ab..o have a conplete ine of Dress Goods. Calico. Homspons and
H!eacn Outing. Don't mis our- Millinery Decnartment-as in that line
we are complete with all kinds of Children's Hats and Ladies' Hat.
Our Ladie' Suits are u>-o-date ani the prices will convince.
Have not much space o come and you will !ind what you need in
THIARET "DIAMMsDE SEKR C
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20c. WORTH OF GOODS FOR 10c.
retirin fro b-e es:t
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I For l0c. Only.
STHE MANNING GROCERY O, 'n