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ST. PETE'S, NOM 5
RUTtI CttAPTER. NO. 40.
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MARHA DAry:1. .-'-C
We are expectin;; a shipment t
reach ns nt later than Friday. 2::rd
HERE'S THE PRICES:
Half t4alion Maou Jars, per Doz., 1-5c
quart Mason Jar,. per Do......
Porcelain-lined Jar Cap,.per 1)oz ':e
Jar Rubber.. best quality.per doz 1(e
Jar Rubbers. fair quality.per doz ('5e
Manning Grocery Co.
Purveyors to Particular People.
rhee is sharp compettiion in thi
town among the cotton seed buver-.
Hon. Thos. F. Brantiey of tho Qra
geburg Far wa. in Manning a-.tencdin2
Clarendon sends this year a large con
tingent of boys and girls to the colleze:
in the State.
There was a bunch of .anningite:
that went to Sumter last night to se(
the -Sou! Kiss."
Bertram and Lester Weinberg pilei
out last Monday .norning for the Sout!
The ladies will have a gr'eat :ums
visitig the miillinery openinzgs o the
29th. and 30th. of this month.
Mr. Ingram Besdham who has bee:
spending the summer at Black Moun
tain is now at home with Mama.
Mr. John C. Dye of Jessup, Ga.. spen
a couple of days of this week in Man
ning 'with his brother Dr. J. . Cole
Miss Maude Bradhamn iert y.eserday
for Winthrop college, together wit!
.liss Nable Bro ne and other students
Mr. D. M. Bradham went to Black
Mounta.a last Wedrnesday nigh: t<
close for the sea.on his business at thai
McLaurin Appel: and Henry Plow
den left Monday morning for States.
burg to attend the Sumter M1emoria
With McLaurin Appelt and Leste'
Weinberg out of the town there winl of
an air of stiliness so thick- it will ap
pear like a London fog.
The town authorities abouldi see to i
that the backcmen are no: allowedl tr
annoy the traveling public. .\: tiue:
the sramble for business ik a niac
and there should be a'me regulation.
Dr. W. E-l. Hirown who has been i
*the .\ILerod Intirmrary a;. Florence
came home last Saturday nigh:. iHe
is quite feeble but hi- friend'i bois
that he will improva~ and a.. re--'vi
Died at Turbevile last Sunday. .\r.
M. C. Player, aged about :9 :ears. T:s
deceased was a confederate soldier. -ant
a good citizen. The funeral took piact
at Pine Grove church Monday. !?ev. F
P. Hutson conducted the service.
The State fair will take pilace thzis
year October 31t.. and run until Nov
ember 4th. The management of the
fair is making efforts to have the exi.
bition the biggest ever, and ever-.
arrangement will be made to acomm<>,
date the crowds.
Now the elections are over we wou?l
beg our correspondents to get ap soml,
good live news matter and s.end it in:<
us. we need the news from every '.:c.
tion of the county and there is no rea
son whv we should no: have as muec
county'news as any paper in the -state
Under the present law's ol tlhe tow:
the owners of the property whereth
lire swept away a number -of ,.hantie
will not be permitted to rebuld witl
wood without a sp-ecial permit fro::
council. There should noit be atny mon
wooden structures in. th n s a
of he town.
THE T:MEgs editor was a ia~ .:s
L partofla-,t wee andi :herefore . ::
itouch with everythin:: that hias hn
did learn that :.he executive co:nrn:t:a
the returns and declared the re-c:.: i
the second primary which result a
be found in the olielai tabulatir.
M1arried in Columbia -.Trini:
church last Wed.nesday Mr-.ci'o'-r
Graham and Mis, Mar: ha W o.
second daughter of Capti. i-d0r
Thomas Wihson of Sumter. ThI bi
Sa natire of Clarendon. born a. i
so' Mill, and she has m:a::y fin,
this county who wish fo - r a
and hapny life. The ci::ple are:c
at home in Sumt~er after ha~: ae
a trip to Ilichmond.
Fire broke ou t h '.0=3 '-a:
about ~:30o'oc (iC h to:; r
er's repair -.hop m .f.e . mL. o
not been for th.e wo: i :. :rea'
daay wa doet h ': '
who.e lo' wi be aart M a' wi~b
in n to .i '-. M. I' alV a '
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A ' Man of oll ofo rnave
If You Are Lookin
For the Prettiest and most Stylish Hats at the
lowest Prices, be sure and visit the big Millinery
Opening at the i. M. Bradham Company's Store.
It w'ill tak'- plare onl next
Thusrday and Friday, September 29--30.
Trhe Milnr lIoomu will be open fromt
9 a. mn., to 9 ii. m.
)ur .\ilnris righti from Baltimopre 'o you will be
uire of having~ aia that is intevtl h no pur
(ehuse one from our Millinery I'arlor. I )on't forct the
Thursday and Friday, September 29--30.
Te J. M. Bradham
<BgStr o ompany
Big tor onthe Corner. -Jenkinson's old stand.
The Gratitude of Elderly People I lanning'. S. C.. September 19, 1910.
M!r. II. Ti. lradhamn. .\annin<f. S. C.
- Goe.. ou: to whiatever helps give the Dear Sir:- With reference to "Brush
case-. comfort and .trenizth Foley Kid- ltunabout'' bought af you I am glad to
- ney l'ilis eure kidney and bladder dis- ..ay hasriven me perfectsatisfaction and
eases :oomptly. and give. comfort :md is n every respect as good as you claim
- relief to ciel-y people. '\. F. Vrown a for the little ear. In my judgment it
-0 ca~n bc operated with less cost per mile
than any machine on the market, and I
1' believe it wili go any where that any
He Hais Crossed the River. other car can go. Itespectfully.
ofC. It. SPRoTT.
Summ z.erton,. Sept. l1.-A distinct air~ \lant.n Oil M!ill.
of. depres.sion pirevails in Summwerton -
oday uecuseof the piassing away of
-s oldest citizen. M:aj. Itichardl RauinN TC
rigs For several uays past is life NO *E
has hung in the balance and. therefore l'draesutoofheBrdf
th'e enud was not entirely une.'cected. Drers of Teto of th. Bard Cof
erl when tdid takey plae. who han anv. a meeting of the Stockholders
ear~ hou to ay. every ial wh haof salid Company is hereby called to be
Inw hekindly aa eia-ene-held at the ofilce of said Company at
mn c OU d not but feel a sense c:f 5hock n iC.onTusyte2h
andit sorrow. .\t his bedside here wereofSpebr190at1o'oc ..o
em.~ibled many of those most nearl- cou .'er ainre 91at ofceSock of. te
el'ted to him, and in his last hours hee .ompayet an raseofnthStk oftex eedn
re(que( ly spoke with pcerfeet resignai:- Figh~to uand amounlars. cedn
I on to God',. wi:1 of his aptproacehing EiitTosn Dollars.
en. .FE\l:LF .\. MIOFFETT, President.
- Cou'.d a stranger nereatbou:s haveSe.adTas
w:ce.-ed the great numnbers of catlzens Sc.adres
ofall cia-ss and color.. who called ati
his house dlaily for tidings fromn his bed _ ______ _________._________ _ ___
o' '!lne.s. thev :nu..t have been stuckj
bv the :houht 'hat nere. indeed.
ia an who had. not livedi in vi. ho
-vnee the 'cews of .iajor Brigg's s
de iines *u o heart~ trouble, whe
tim en Wedda of this week. Days!
dr'Co po l havel fbouee: hun Sc ooorys
thiat while many friends were excld U.en ~ AS ?RAHN
from his. bedside, scores of! negroes.
present :enazts and old famni~vser.Lta.
were pecrmitted to shake his. hand anid .ar *.t oi tth
ser a few words of hope~ and co''ot t"
teir friendi arnd former mnas:er. To dmn rc~e hn o
eah and all o.f themi did 3.a': iggs nedt hol
av Some" kindiv words an.d adoninsh
. -nie sa'y re..pected and admiiired by inloos nfatee
al wo knewhim
Rihad Ihagin ibriggs was N) 'ears thUfYOnea
o' age, andi had the. dis:.inetiou of bein::
Con~ghere whien this place was ltc tdns
oting more thiana few reimott-ly
scttrd um . reece. he narerbsai u~Poe
lived to s.e: a~sume lhe foundations
of a pr~o.. erou ad ogon town- in
ge 0 ^ i had may:terest. and much
jertC rm 'v~.yi~eiiaf~rot ~ We. aenread to met. h
III ~ I Pads.aPenc.il. Composi
tion Books: in fact every.
fait i- a servic-.. inere confe
l i ivie by ie half-brothr.. A T NTO
I Ir .i. . b. i ri s an cE. '. i ig of
Sumert: 1.e. wari a deof anle.
..\ey i. i ls Grense. and -i- 3E.
rigs of :asui:::aso oU te half-er.
Th funra sevc, werehocondueard
*: ::; M-eler a iellv.. chr. ier- Sppie
he deceaie wui. a devot land oe.r
e:r0.. member. S mn. tee death
rain. here tayluable Prerrednb
brate !.-o--.vebr. Siazd te dath&
. I .rtrt...- Slaj)r ltritgVs haS4not
Ci~e ols;Pevnt emoi MShooly an Bhladre Rih
WW A. A ..
Fall Season of 1910
Conditions Give Great Promises.
e c of ;-hom1 whien . d to settle over thi-, country as ?.
r L oi e lodition;;: brougit aout by th backward spring,. i lifting
an d I1--a fpo.pr yi e n - - ng by many who were d isposed
toba t dout ful. about the imnediate future.
hiue in the main to the crop prspects which are
much b ter .I-an the mnost --uine a fe-.x weeks ao could h f
r. fact. 'r.dications n ae f!-r. more than an aver-age yield in al',o
tesae which ::,>) to the mzakin- of --otal - imeb. in the c-ountry. and
even a'humpr y il l tihe chief Crop -Corn.
The .:omb .--. of couriie. deiependent wn oottaa for it ,r peiy and
porospet-i for " his are g"oal. But. even) should thle yield1 not come up to
expectations. the resultant increase in price would go to make up the
difference. .\nd. while the country as a whole is benefited b- a big.
cotton crop. the South has an ofT-;et in price when there is a shortage.
At D. Hiirschmann's
~ -i- : buyers will take nate that we have planned for an unusual
iv busy fal. and the goods are coming in. Evidence of it is all throuch
our .store. We have p;ut a double quick price on all of goods. We carry
a complete line of
Men-' Sui.ts from........ ..... ... . ....... .. ...... 5 0 to S .00
(h= dren's Suits from............. ............ .90 to $ 7.50
Shoes for Men from .......... ........................$1.25 to 8 4.00
Shoes for Ladies from..... . ..................... .90 to 8 4.00
We alo have a comple-.e line of Dress Goods. Calico. Homspons and
Hlearn (utin;:. Don't miss our Millinery Denartment as in that, line
we are complete with =i! 'Kinds uf Chiidren''lats and Ladies' Hats.
Our Ladies' Suits are up-to-date and the prices will convince.
Have not much space so come and you will find what you need in
Krasnoff's Corner Store.
l I LoVE5'bJEE AfOTfER.
WELL DRE5SED'SO DCE5E
OTHER CHIt.D IT US7E DlY
PARENTJ TO DRESS VELL
IT LEAVES A NICE PRESSON
HOW CAN A MoTHER EXPECT HER CHILDREN
To BEHAVE WELL AND WiSH To APPEAR WELL
UNLEJ SHE HERELF SETS THEM A GooD EXAM
PL E? GOOD DRESS INFLUENCES oTHERS AND IN
FLUENCES oNE'.S SELF. OUR FALL AND WINTER
SToCK of WEARABLES FOR WoMEN IS NOW OP
ENED UP. WE SHALL BE GLAD To HAVE YOU COME
'AND SEE OUR BEAUTIFUL WRAPS AND SUITS;
OUR NEW MATERIALS AND TRIMMINGS To MAKE
CLOTH ES FRoM--OUR EVERY THING THAT WoMEN
WILL WEAR THIS CoMING FALL AND WINTER. WE
PUT FAIR PRICES ON OUR GooDS A T THE BEGIN
NING oF THE SEA~oN. MAY WE NOT HAVE A CALL
THE FoLLoWING ARE SoME OF OUR PRICES:
LADIE.S' .SUITS F RoM .. .. .. ..$7.98 To $.17.4-9
L ADIES' SKiR TS FRoM. .. .. ....98 To $4.50
LADIE.S' AND MISSES' CAPES $3.25 TO $6.89
CHIL DR EN'S CoATS .. .. .. .....98 To $4.50
Wt ARE AGENT.SFOR THE AMERICAN LADIE.S
TAILORING CO. SUITS MADE To MEASUSE, FIT
WE AL.SO HAVE A GRAND A.SSORTMENT OF
DRY GoODS AT PROPORTIONATELY REDUCED
Krasnoff's Corner Store.
I ETC., AT
SRlhame 's Drug Store,
Sumnmerton. S. C.