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MANNING. S. C., JULY 2. 1911.
Publishes All County and Town Of
Manzing Chapt or. No. 10
"Order of Eastcrn Star.
Regular}Ieeting. First Tuesday
in each Ionth.
(Mrs.) G. M. S1TH, W. M.
(Miss) SUSIE HARvlY- Sec.
ST. PETER'S, NO. 54,
A. F. r.
--Next Meetin-r. Wednesday. s:00
September 6th. 1911.
Fellow Craft Degree.
F. L. WoLrk. W. M. E. J- BROW.X. Sec.
RUTH CHAPTER, NO. 40,
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular Meeting, Second Mon
day in Each Month.
W.C.DAvLS, - FR.D LSEESNE,
High Priest- See retar y. i
0 Fancy. Bright Californias.
P eel e d Evaporated
9 Peaches, per lb.... 25c.
These are the finest packed.
A 3-lb Can nice Peel- s
ed Peaches....... 16c. 1
Excellent for pies or dumplings. S
A 2-1b. Can of Best
Peaches ........... c. b
In heavy syrup-fine flavor. c
A 3-lb. Can Fancy
9 Apples......------ 15c. s
The best packed, makes fine pies- V
$ A 3-lb. Can Sweet S
Potatoes......... c. P
Theyre nice candied. b
Shredded Whole Wheat
a Biscuit, t5c. Pkg.
Puffed Rice, Pkg. 15c. 0
Puffed Wheat, Pg10. c.10C
THE MANNING GROCERY CO.
Manning will be gay with vistors the 0
last of this week. b
Mrs. A. Weinberg left this morning
for Brevard, N. C
Mr. John Cuttino spent a fesw days in
Manning last week.
Rev. R. L. Grier of Greelyville spent b
Monday in Manning. s
Miss Eleanor Todd has returned h
home from her summer trip. t]
Oh, the bill collectors, they and the
pesky fliec should be swatted.
Mrs. C. B. Geiger accompanies hers
mother to Brevard this morning. n
Mrs. F. C. Thomas and children, have
returned home from the seashore. t
Mrs. R. S. Connor of Greelyville a
spent last Thursday in Manning. 0
Clerk of Court A. I Barron left last
Friday evening enroute for the springs. e
The work of picking cotton in this ct
county swill begin in about two weeks. S
Mr. F. B. Moffett leaves tomorrow for .
a ten days visit to the family of Rev. C- a
A. Waters in Pickens county- a:
Dr. M. Beck after a pleasant .visit to
New York arrived home last Friday, s
Mr. D. Hirschmann returned last S
Sunday from the northern markets.
Mrs. M L. Barnett and Miss Annie (i
Loryea leftyesterday for the mountains. "~
Miss Maude Bookman has returned, ti
after spending her vacation in Colum-n
M iss Clara Williams of Milledgeville, b
Ga., is visiting her sister Mrs. T. M. t
Dr. H. C. Bruns returned to Manning c
after spending a pleasant vacation in
The friends of Dr. Plumer Clark will
regret to learn that he is quite sick
Mr. Allen Sauls left last Monday for t
Wateree, where he has acceptea a
Miss Tasca Turbeville left. yesterday v
for Turbeville, where she will spend q
Dr. G. L. Dickson and family left A
Friday morning for a counie of weeks i
stay at Glenn's.t
Messrs. F. P. Burgess and J. W-.
Thames have come home from the I
Miss Augusta Appelt has returned
home from a visit to friends in Greely
Mr. Dessie O'Bryan of Greelyville
spent last Sunday here with his brother(
S. Oliyer O'Bryan.
Our thanks are due Messrs. R. H. r
Davis and J. B. Bagnal for lucious
Mrs. C. R. Harvin and daughter, c
Miss Clara, returned home from Saludla 'j
Mrs A. H. .Breedin has returned
home from a visit to her daughter in
Sanford, Fla. .
Mr. E. W. Dabbs of Sumter has been
chosen president of the Farmers Union
of the State. A good selection.
Mr. Willie Connor of Charleston wasf t
a welcomed visitor to his old home in C
Manning last Thursday.1
Mrs. J. McDowell McFadden has been
quite ill, and on Monday was taken to
Sumter to the hospital.
Mrs. W. T. Lesesne left this morning
for Glen's and her sister. Mrs. J. H.
Hawkins, left for Saluda, N. C.
Miss Hattie Bagnal is back at her
post in the store of Mr. Louis Levi, after
at pleaat 'yacation.
Mr. Fritz Young, now in the service
of the Southern railroad at ColumbiaI
spect Sunday in Manning.
Mr. H. D. Clark and family have re
tu.rned from Glenn's and Mr. Clark is
greatly improved in health.
The outlook for a busy season growsa
more promising ev-ery day. and the
merchants as well as the farmers are
A ttention is directed to the advertise
ment of Rubin Gordin, a new merchant I
recently opened up in one of t'1e stores~
ini ihe Brown block.
A party looking for a home in a con-:
venient location should read the adyer
tisement of Mrs. E. C. Alsbrook and
Saturdav night found MisswMarjoreuel
Neardon leading in Zeigler's piano
:ontest. with Mrs. Nettles second and
diss Bessie Harvin a close third.
Died near GreelYville oi the 23rd., T
Jr. Isaac Montgomery, aged 72 years. sc
he deceased was well known in Claren- r<
on where he had many relatiyes. mI
Kingstree has rccenL~y been infested 1d
ith burglars but they aid not g.et p
auch. They might have known it, h<
owever. they are not we "ted here. s
Isaac Bethune, aged 35. a negro liv
og near Paxville. ate and drank co- m
iously of watermelon and corn whis- T
:ey and death ensued within an hour. ai
The tobacco farmers who have made I
ny crop, are enjoying the highest su
rices at this time they have ever had. at
he Manning market boasts of leading pl
bem all. w
Wherever there is a group of men in IV
his town the subject of conversation is di
ailroad, and each individual has an
adependent idea o, what the Seaboard be
going to do. so
Mr. B. T. Legg who for the past few in
ears has been living in Manning with
is family has moved to Spartanburg, au
There he will engage in the wagon no
ianufacturing business. W.
Clemson college will hold a farmers N
stitute beginning August Sih, and pt
ill last until the 11th. The railroads th
till give special rates for the occasion. ne
t will pay to attend this institute, as st:
aere will be many things of advantage S.
learn. . ba
Clarendon is to lose a good citizen, &i
nd Aiken is the gainer thereby. Mr. th
'harles W. Pickering who is now liv- ur
2g at Bloomville, will move this week fei
> Berlin where he bought a farm and ali
ill devote his attention to trucking po
ad paultry. pr
There will be a picnic at the newv o
.hool house at Workman on August bil
,th, and a dance in the evening. The
umter band will supply the music. ho
'he writer acknowledges his thanks an
>r a cordial iuvitation -to be present ne
ut circumstances interfere and he
annot go. th
A party desiring a home on Brooks On
reet at a moderate price may confer I,
-ith.The Times editor who has been re- fai
aested to find a purchaser for it. Only ph
ich as desire to buy need ask as the ro
arty in charge of the property would m(
ave to be communicated with for price, qu
ad terms. un
A rumor has reached Manning that m]
a the day of the Olanta picnic a white sh
ian of respectable family connections yo
i this county, committed an assault ju!
pon a nine year old colored child and sit
ien left for parts unknown. It is said th,
ie man's mind has been impaired for yo
It is said that Sammerton expects to
et the Seaboard railroad, and will do
if President Bonsal gives the mayor
E that town a fair chance to talk with co]
im. Mayor Tisdale really believes wl
ummerton is the greatest place in the wr
unty, and no argument can convince ev,
im to the contrary. Mi
Mr. Z. G. Sprott and family have th.
loved from Manning back to their old TI
ome at Greenwood. Mr. Sprott is a ha
)endid citizen and Manning does not hi;
lish the thought of having to give thi
im up, but he decided to retire from a
.e contracting business'and will give th
is future attention to his farm. oni
Mr. M. M. Krasnoff leaves for the Br
yrth next Sunday to finish buying his he
ock for the coming season. There is hty
t a day that does not bring to his
ore new shipments, notwithstanding th!
tis he goes to market to personally tbe
.ake further selections.. Krasnoff is the
ways on the job, as his increasing kn,
siness shows. his
Postmaster Capers of Summerton, in.
>mmitteeman for Clarendon county, sut
~sies all of the Postmasters of this WO
unty to attend the meeting of the Br
auth Carolina Postmasters Associa- wa
on, which meets at Glenn Springs th~
ugust 10 and 11. He hopes to meet the
1 of the Postmasters a.t this meeting, for
ad says he is satisfied they will be tht
eatly benefited by it. For informa.
on as to railroad rates, etc., write to we
.J. Leapheart, President of the bu
.C. P. M.~ Association Lexington. pe;
Some of the farmers claim that the tol
-ops are going back, one asked the nai
riter to make the statement iu the pa- we
ar ;o that it will have its effect upon nei
e price. He claims that every time a hai
wspaper tells about there is .to be a in
g crop the price of cotton goes down. we
2~d be thinks the crop condition should itv
a secret. This man does not realize far
iat the parties interested in the crop, ea,
ving in London and New York, know ed
tore about the crop conditions than the no1
:op makers. doi
The Judge of Probate had an inter
sting hearing before him yesterday in
ie matter of proving in solemn form
le last will and testament of the lat~e
trs. E. M. Briggs of Summerton. The
~stimony was conflicting, and the court O'
>k a recess to view the residence to ize
scate the room where the deceased tes- coi
Ltrix is said to have seen the witnesses ari
'hen the will was signed by them. The of
nestion involved as we understand, is
hether or not the will was lawfully ex- o'c
::uted, the testimony showing that Bt
[rs. Briggssigned the will, was immed
Ltely taken ill, and the witnesses had 11
> re~tire from the room before affixing Gi
2eir signatures, they signed in a near
y room. It is for the court to decide o'c
hether or not they signed in her pres- ro
Not a Money-Making Scheme-.F
The Manning Warehouse Co. held
annual meeting last Friday in the
ourt house~ with a good attendance.
harlton DuRant, Esq., presided and
Ir. F. L. Wolfe made the secretary's Be
aport, which showed, besides the
iortgage debt of $1200, an additionalp
,debtedness of about $200. No monies
-re carried over to the surplus ac
ount and no dividends were declared.
'his warehouse was not built with a Fa
iew to making money. Of course,
rofits are not undesirable, but the a
iain reason for the institution was to
otect the farmers when the price of
otton got too low for market, they D.
rould have a place to store their cot
>n and be able to borrow from the
anks. The old officers were re-elected ,
rithout opposition. The following is'A
'ie repot of the secretar~y:
:apital stock paid in........4 .220 00 ha
iond and mortgage.......... 12,00 00
Vilson Insurance Ageny. 12 00
Ianning R. and I. Co.........17 50
ecretary salary.............72 50
riterest one year on mortgage 90 00
$ 5618 00 E
OPERATIONS SINCE. OPENIN'G.
1 storage collected. lessM
freight paid on same... 38007 65
ond and mortgage.........1,200 00 jfol
eretary salary to capital
stock account.............. 240 00 di
nsurance premiums pai.. 1,5t3 01 I15
eretary ~salary and ware- .- be
house hands.............10(57 89 Ipa
e ording, Secretary of State in
fees and charter and collee- cli
tion fees. etc............... 54 20. cc
axes. .................. 110 48 te
7elephone rent.............. 12 0 ed
otL of mortgage............515 ut
e epainting roof.......... .. .124 5th
goes pad................. 1,000 00 bc
-lardware bills, expense act 21 60 to
nerease to permanent invest- b
meat,1lumber.............. 83 54 hi
nterest paid............... 3 :2 su
os on cotton............... 2 05 thi
Part of the building has been rernted
He Misconstrues Our Meaning.
Brogdon. S. C., July 28, 1911.
o the editor of The Manning Times:
The article appearing in The Manning t
itnes of the 2Gth instant stating that f
me one had "placed nails in the public '
ad for the purpose of injuring auto
obiles' just above my residence and S
I the same day near and below my res- b
ence in the same road is a direct im
ication that I, or some OL-A at my
)me, or on my place or near by did
ch and is responsible for same.
In behalf of myself, my family and C
e good people who reside in this com- t
unity, I wish to inform the Editor of
be Times that his charges are unjust f
id totally uncalled for AHl whe know d
e and inine, are fully aware that we r
uld not for one moment countenance "
ch an act. We entertain no ill will to J
v one. On the:ontrary, I live a sim- "
e life. and have always entertained to
rd my fellow traveller the most kind- !
fraternal. neighborly feeling that is Iu.
ssible for 'a fellow being to feel and i
spense to a fellow traveller. not only w
>m the standpoint of civie virtue, but r
cause it is the proper Christian spirit r
beautifully expre'ssed and embodied 1
the Golden Rule. t.
As evidence of my friendliness to the 0
tomobile and those who are so fortu- 01
.te to be able to own and operate them, tr
the past two weeks, on one oc- o
SiLJ a party of tourists from Charlotte. of
C.. stopped at my place. and I sup. tl
ied them with gasoline necessary for '
e successful continuity of their jour- ec
y. The same is true within the time t
Lted of an auto party from Columbia. ro
C.. whose cars became hors de com- 1
t near my home. w
Less than a year ago I cntertained Pc
e gentlemen whose cars gave out on w
em near here, and I found much pleas- in
e in dispensing my simple courtesy, m
ble assistance, but generous bospit- W
ty to these gentlemen, who froni their
lite demeanor apparently deeply ap
eciated my gratuitous bread and
arding. My son, Mr. J. E. Brogdon,
Montgomery, Ala., owns an automo- W
e, so does my younger son. Mr. Julius no
Brogdon, who resides with me at my JC
me, my neighbors own automobiles of
a so does my brother and my two re
phews who reside in the same com
iitv in which I live. In the light of ta
s information, Mr. Editor, do you for St
momentconscientiously believe that 'M
yr my neighbors or any member of my Si
nily'would wilfully and intentionally L
Lee nails in the pulic highway or to
Ld "for the purpose of injuring auto- tic
>biles?" To those disinterested it is Fl
ite apparent. Nr. Editor, that your eb
plications and insinuations are totally a_
called for and unjust and in behalf of fa
rself, my family and the good citizen- th
ip of this community, I request that at
a publish this refutation of your un7
;t criticism of a people who live the
3ple life and try to practice thereby,
a Golden Rule: "Do unto others as
would be done by."
JOHN I. 3ROGDON. m
Che above proves how easily a mis- fr
struction can be placed upon that cc
ich appears in a newspaper. The F(
iter had not the remotest thought of at
n hinting that the people at or near to
Brogden's had knowledge of, or an
intenanced any injurious mischief De
tt should occur in their neighborhood. re
ere is no section or community which m;'
; a people for whom the writer nas a ill
her regard, and it grieves us to know
t the comments made by us with re
ed to the two accidents which befell 8
party of which we happened to be
, sbould have been construed by Mr.
gdon as his letter indicates. What
sas about his community's hospital- B:
we most heartily endorse, there is no
her citizenship anywhere, but if
ne boy on mischief bent, puts nails in
road to catch automobiles, it would A<
foolish indeed to hold the people of fel
community responsible. for it. We
> too, that if Mr. Brogdon or any of mi
neihbors could see any one engaged an
;uch mischief they would likely make a
h an impression upon them that they an
uld not forget it soon. No, no, Mr. of
gdon, dismiss from your mind there t
s the slightest thoughbt of connectingp
good people of or near Brogdon with th
incident, and we are sorry that you th
one moment entertained the thought tig
t we intended to so imply.
Ve cannot say positively the nails da
re placed in the road intentionally,
on examination it had such an ap- [S
rance, and too, one of the colored
n who kindly helped us to get off, -
i us that he has seen children putting
Is and other things in the road and
uld make them stop it, and a promi
it business man told us that he too,
seen children putting obstructions
the road for mischief. Surely no one B3
nld hold the parents or the commun
responsible for this conduct, and so.
as the Brogdon incident is concern- to
we desire to say that when it occur-is
the remark was made that "it would M
be well for the chaps to let the Brog
is ind them out." m
EDITOR THE TIMES- er
Organization of ILocal Farmer Unions- he
chedule of appointments for J. B. A
\eall Holloway, State Deputy Oran- ca
r of Farmers Union in Ciarendon e
mty, and members of committe toA
-ange for the meetings and take care~o
[urbeville, Tuesday, August 8, at ll
lock A. M.--W. H. Castine, J. P.
ddin and J1. C. Dennis.
Cew Zion, Wednesday, August 9, at
o'clock A. M.--Mack Hicks, .1. F.
bbons and W. E. Fleming.
orkman. Thursday, August10, at11
lock A. M.-J. L. Barrow, J. R. Bar- B
yJ. R Barrow and J. 3. Epps.
ardinia, Friday, August 11.. at 31
lock. A. M.-J. M Player, J1. E. Me- ~
dden and S. E. McFaddin. V
)uRan. Saturday, August 12, at 11 ad
lock A. M.-James Reaves, W. W. es
bnson and J. M. Montgomery.
?axville, Monday, August 14, at 30 m
lock A. M.-.-J. N. Brown, Jr., and an
n I. Hodge.H
?inewood, Monday, August 14, at 4:.'0 at
M.-N L. Broughton. B. P. Broad- be
v and C. M. Huggins. dii
?anola, Tuesday, August 15, at 31 he
lock A. M.-W. Ri. Davis, E L. to
unmerton, Wednesday, August 16, Lff
1 o'clock A. M.--J. S. Cantey.
)ak Grove, Thursday. August 1-, at d
'clck A M.--P. M. Butler and L.
)avis Station. Friday. August 18, at -
'clock A. M.-J. C. Graham.
lanningz, (county meeting,) Saturday.
iust 10i. at 11 o'clock A. M.-C. A.
FFadden'. A. I. Barron, J. M. Wind- ifl
mn and H-. C. Baggett. S
Corn Clubs. o
itor The Manning Time.:
to the corn club work in this county
e teritory has been divide dbetweeni
7.C. A. MFaddin and myself.'
Now in my territory are live clubs, as!
Deep Creek with 10 members. Sar'
aia .ith S members. Trinity with
members. Turbeville with 11 mem-!
s. Wilson with 5members Any comn-b
n. corporation or individual wish
to oer a prize to either of these d
Ibs or at large will please write to or B
mmunicate with the county superin- R
adent of education or the undersign- f
.A medal has been offered by the'
dersigned for the best history of how
e crop was made. This medal is t~o
he )ropcrty of the county corn club,
be competed for each year and will
worn by the wjinner until a better
story is furnished by another at a
ceeding contest. The awarding of b)
is medal to be according to the judg
ens of the county board of education, d
a comittee appointed by them.R
Ri. D. WHITE,
Aiou R. F. D.
Will Visit Manning.
The chairman of the local committee
o communicate with the Seaboard au
horities has received a communication
com Mr. Bonsal, saying in effect that
be company has not as yet decided ca
7hat move it will make after reaching
umter, but that he hoped he would
e able to see him in Manning soon.
,s we have said before in another
;sue, we believe if the Seaboard in
mds to go over the Santee on the
ridge built by the Cypress Lumber
ompany, the probability is very
rong that the road will come to Man
ing. true, Manning is not a bee line
-om Sumter to the bridge, but what its
isadvantage may be by not being a di
ct line, it more than makes up in the
ay of business which after all, the pro
ctors of the road are looking for. The
riter has recently had a talk with a
-ntleman who is so situated -as to be
touch with parties largely interested
the Santee Cypress Lumber Co., and
respone to a question from us, he
as of the opinion that the road was
akiog its way towards the bridge to
ach Charleston. He further said
at between Ferguson .nd Charleston
ere is a vast amount of the most fer
le lands in the State, which if devel
)ed, would furnish a great amount of
aflic for the road, in his opinion, some
this land, if not the larger portion
it. belongs to persons connected with
.e railroad scheme. As to coming to
anning the gentleman said it depend
l largely upon the people here, if
ey show a disposition to want the
ad, not in mere words, but a willing
ss of showing their faith by their
rks, that is to go down into their
ckets to help the scheme along, it
11 have its influence upon determin
a whether or not a defection will be
de to reach this point. The outlook
a believe is encouraging.
The White Ribboners.
The regular monthly meeting of the
.C. T. U.. will be held Monday after
on, August 7, at the home of Mrs.
seph Sorott, and will take the form
a "Dues Paying Social." Very little
ular business will be done, the time
11 be spent in social intercourse and
Iking over, informally, the coming
ate Convention, which will be held in
nnia, October 6-7. Hon. Mendel L.
altb of Camden, speaker of the State
!gislature, has accepted an invitation
deliver an address before the conven
> Sunday morning, October S. Mrs.
rence Atk-ins of Tennessee, who so
armed everyone at Georgetown a year
o will be with us again. These two
ts are enough to assure the public
at there is a treat in store for all who
tend the convention.
MRS. JOSEPH SPROTT.
President W. C. T. U.
Loss of Time Means Loss of Pay.
Kidney trouble and the ills it breeds
ans lost time and lost pay to many a
>rking man. M. Balent, 1214 Little
na St., Streator, Ill., was so bad
)m kidney and bladder trouble that he
uld not work, but he.says: "I took
ley Kidney Pills for only a short time
d got entirely well and was soon able
go back to work, and am feeling well
d healthier than before." Foley Kid
y Pills are tonic in action, quick in
,uts-a good friend to the working
tn or woman who suffers from kidney
. Dickson Drug Co.
rATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon,
'rJames M. Windham, sq., Judge
'EB.EAS, Henry A. Kennedy made
suit to me, to grant h im Letters of
Lministration of the Estate and ef
:ts of Mary M. Smith.
Uhese are therefore to cite and ad
nish all and singular the kindred
d creditors of the said Mary M.
ith, deceased, that they be,
d appear before me, in the court
Probate, to be held at Manning on
e 17th day of August next, after
blication thereof, at 11 o'clock in
forenoon, to show cause, if any
y have, why the said administra
.n should not be granted.
jiven under my hand: this 2nd
y of August, A. D. 1911.
JAhlES M. WINDHAM,
SAL.]Judge of Probate.
tate of South Carolina,
James M. Windham, Esq., Probate
Vhereas, I W. Pittmnan made suit
me, to grant him Letters of Admin
ration of the Estate and effects of
trtha Ellen Pittman.
rhese are therfore, to cite and ad
nish all and singuiar the kindred and
ditors of the said Martha-Ellen Pitt
o deceased, that they be and appear
fore me, in the Court of Probate, to be
Id at Manning on the 17th day of
aust next, after publication hereof,
11 o'clock in the forenoon, to showv
use, if any they have. why the said
iministration should not be granted.
iven under my hand, this 28th day
July, A. D. 1911.
JAMES M. WVINDHAM,
SEAL.] Judge of Probate.
he State of South Carolina,
County of Ciarendon.
-James M. Windham. Esq., Probate
[HEREAS, A. E. Goldfinch made suit
to me to :grant him letters of
ministration de bonis non of the
:ate and effects of Rev'. D~avid Hucks.
These are therefore to cite and ad
>nish all and singular the kindred
d creditors of the said Rev. David
icks, deceased, that they be and
pear before me, in the Court of Pro
te to be held at Manning on the 10th
y of August next, after publication
reof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
show cause, if any they have, why
e said administration should not be
siven under my hand, this 24th
.y-of July A. D. 1911.
JAMES M. WINDHIAM,
SEAL.] Judge of Probate.
Notice is hereby given to the qual
ed electors residing in Silver
:hool District No. 30 that an elec
n will be held at Silver on Thiurs
.y July 20th, 1911 for the p~urpose
voting a six mill levy annually for
hiool purposes 'in said district.
>lls open from 8 a. mn. to 4 p. mn.
By order of.
.1. F. BROADWVAY.
A. M. FELDER.
Trustees District No. 30.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Pro
te for Clarendon county, on the
th day of August 1011, for letters of
scharge as gnardian for Richard
tker Belser, James Edwin Belser,
Hugh Belser and Irvine F. Belser,
MRS. S. M. BELSER.
Columbia, S. C., July 2Sth, 1911.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Pro.
ite for Clarendon county, on the
th day of August 1911, for letters of
scharge as Executor of the estate of
e. John Manning, deceased.
A. .E. FELDER,
For Hot Days'
A little ice and any one or more of
he following articles will make deli
ious beverages or desserts with very
ICE CREAM JELL-0,
All flavcrs. Now reduced to
Genuine imported. A. fine flavor for
herbet. Ice Cream and Puddings.
Genuine imported. Delicious'as a
everage with lemon juice and cracked
e; also good for sauces,
The famous Dole's Hawaiian. As a
ure flavor for ice cream, fruit punches
ad beverages its simply great,
35c. and 65c. Bottle.
WTS IN MARASCHINO,
This delightful article is used ex
sively in Sundaes and to garnish
ozen custards, puddings, whipped
herries in Maraschino,
For fruit punches, frozen desserts,
Oc., 50c. and $1 Bottle,
For fruit punches and frozen desserts,
Crushed, Sliced and Chunks. For
stards,puddings, ice creams, sherbets,
uit punches and cock-tails, .
15., 20., 25., 30c. Can.
|RaRning GroCery Co
orts of the
3 and Sunday forenoon
night of Tuesday follow
1 September 30th.
& Sullivans Island.
~ts each on Wrightsville
vironing resorts and the
d, Mt. Pleasant and Char
H. D. CL ARK,
Agent, Manning, S. C.
T. C. WHITE.
Gen. Pass. Agent.
~e Store g
of Dry Goods, Clothing,
xried in this store. My
[s, small profits and best $
d convince yourself. FC
ng School. i
or Work Character."
- SOUTH CAROLINA.
e training they need-honest, 7:
istian influences. Why take -:
ontrolled by Wofford College a
lard of .scholarship. Enlarged -:
rsity traini ng. Individual at- 7:I
cconducted by teacher. Un- a
er. Hot and cold baths. En- -:
for lBoys and Ciels. Pr'ices
to day for handsome catalogue.
A. Hadr Master. a
R 1 JENKINSON
New Man, New Store,
and New Goods.
Dry Goods, Notions,
I wish to announce to the trading public of Manning
and Clarendon County that I will be open for business
Saturday, July 29th, 1911.
Have just returned.from the northern markets, where
I have bought my stock of Fresh, New, Crisp Merchan
dise at the
Lowest Cash Prices.
I am doing business by myself for myself--no stock
holders' dividends to pay-no interest to pay on borrowed - Q
money-my expense account, the lowest-doing my own
work-I am in position to sell you g6ods at a smaller
margin of profit than any one in my line.
A visit to my store will be appreciated. I want your:.
trade and want it badly and shall try. to deserve it by
giving reliable merchandise at the lowest possible price.
Nothing shall be misrepresented, truthfulness the watch
word, and absolute fair treatment -to all every time.
White Front Store. Brown Block.
(We want your confidence more than your
money; we shall have them both for we shall
TH-AT WEWANTTO FILCU
SPoNGE WIWH FRESH WATER
AND OUR5SHELVS WITH -
fRESH FALL GOODS.SOW~'E
~~ SQUE~z IC OUT O0R PROFlT
)" bUSTER.BRoW/ L
WE CAN ArroRD NOW To SELL WAI-T IS LETT
oUR SUMMER SToCK WITHoUT PROFIT, BE
USE WE CAN THEN HAVE YoUR McNEY To IN
~ST IN NEW FALL GooDS AND MAKE MONEY
)R oURSELVES SY USING YOUR MoNEY. THIS
THE WAY WE ARE SQUEEZING OUT OUR PRof
5 OUT oF oUR PRICES.
ENTIRE LINE OF CLoTHING REGARDLESS OF
ST. CLoSI NG OUT OF ALL SU MM ER DRY GOODS,
W CUT SHoES AND ALL0TH ER GooDS AT YOUR
N F IGUR ES. W E MUST SQU EEZ E THE EBoT ToM
T OF PRICES, SO AS To MOVE ALL SUNMER
)DS oUT OF T HE WAY. NOW IS YOUR CHANCE.
5 or 6 doses "666" will eure any case
of Chills and Fever. Price. 25c.
For Rent-One dwelling Apply to
.T. M. Bradham, Manning, S. C.
Farm Wanted-Several Marlboro
farmers have asked to get them farms
in Clarendon. Write me what you
have and best price. R. Cosby Newton.
Bennettsville, S. C.
To a Quick Buyer-One Reo Run
about in good fix. good Tires, New I
Engine. A bargain for the first man
with $165. Ask H. H. Bradham.
Wanted-A competent honest man
as bookkeeper. Also good man to
superintend ginery. Must have good
references. Clarendon Cotton Oil Co.,
St. Paul, S. C.
Mrs. E. C. Alsbrook wishes to sell
her home property-Dwelling, Acad
emy and Tenant House. This is one of
the most desirable locations in Man
ning. For terms write her at Spar
tanburg, S. C.
$225.00 Can Buy Tt-Practically New
Reo Roadster with Top. Looks new
and in fine condition. Don't let the
other man beat you to this if you want
a bargain. Ask H. H. Bradham.
Wanted-One man in or near Man
ning to work for a salary or commis
sion. Address J. H Guthrie, Sumter.
5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any case
of Chills and Fever. Price, 25c.
More people, men and women are suf
fering from kidney and bladder trouble
than ever before, and each year more of
them turn for quick relief and perma
nent benefit to Foley's Kidney Remedy,
which has proven itself to be one of the
most effective remedies for kidney and p
bladder ailments, that medical science
has devised. Dickson Drug Co.
The Confederate Monument.
The movement so long neglected has
at last begun to erect a monument to
the memory of-the heroes who wore the
gray,-soldiers whose record was the
marvel of the civilized world. Cl arendon t(
now proposes to place upon the court f,
house square a suitable mark of its pa- c
triotism by having erected a shaft in
honor of those who responded and laid
down their lives upon their country's
altar. All contributions sent to THE
MANNING TiMEs will be acknowledged
through its columns.
J. H. Lesesne...................$10 00
Louis Levi...................... 10 00
Fred Lesesne ............... 10 00 e
Mrs. E. Appelt.................. 10 00
David B. Jones.................. 10 00
D. L. Green..................... 5 00
C. M. Mason.................... .5 00
R. F. Ridgeway...... ........... 1 00
". M. Strange.................. 5 00
V. T. Wilder...... ..... ..... 5 00
R. R. Harvin, Tadmor. Tex..... 10 00
H. P. Strange................... 5 00
.. T. Touchberry .... ......... 5 00
S. A. Harvin..... ............... 15 00
For Infints and Children. c
The Kind You Have Always Bought f,
Makes Kidneys and Bladder Right il
Week End Exci
Tickets on sale Saturday:
trains until August 27th.
$2.30 To Ch
Limited returning to mid
ing date of sale.
Tickets on sale daily unti
$7.65 To Wrighi
$3.80 to Isle of Palms
Limited returnng until O<
24 page illustrated booki<
Beach, Wilmington and its er
Isle of Palms, Sullivans Islan
leston may be obtained from
Or by addressing
WV. J. CRAIG,
Pass. Traffic Mgr.,
SOn Brown's Block. A full line
SShoes and Notions will be er
Smotto is to c-rrry the best goo(
Streatment. Come one and all a
i RUBIN GOR
5 Carlisle Fitti
"The School that Stands f
SBAMBERG, - -
Let us give your Boy and Girl th
Sthorough work under positive Ch
Schances? Our school is owned and
Sand is net a sham. Recogniz.ed stan<
Sfaculty-all men of college and univ
Stention. Study hall. 4 1-2 hours a da;
Ssurpassed HeIalth. Pure artesian wal
Stirely separate boarding departmem
Slowest consistent with good service.
S Boarding capacity limited-write
SNineteenth year begins September 2(
i J Caldwell Guilds. Ml