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MANNING, S. C., SPT. 6, 1911
- t.jbishes All County and Toxyn Of- D
\dlvertisers will plas e
nember that copy for.
change of ad. MUST be in
t w ti}ce by Saturday Noon in order to
ai; are nublication the following week.
RUTH CHAPTER, NO. 40, b
H ROYAL -\RCli -MASONS s
Re::u'ar 31eetin , Second Mion'
day in Each "Month.
Av..AmZs, Fin:D LSEESNE at
High Priest. Secrtnly' at
'OH, &SAY! b
Take a Look at
JUST OPENED UP
Bargains all the time. P!
RED FRONT STORE w
On Levi Bloc 1
Mir. Bertram Weinberg has returned o
Mrs. J. H. Orvin and children. have
r.-turned home from Saluda, N. C. tc
Mr. T, M. Wells- has resigued his el
p ,Sition in the 0ce of the Clerk of o
Dr. Everete Isezuan of Manning. was
amo_ g the guorlu tossed visitors .on Sal- t
h, va 1 3fd. r
. Dr. Weincma. of Charleston a forTer
r'sident of Manniig has been spendfl eC
a few days here.
Mrs. Oscar J. Keep. of Jack.sonville, L
Fla., is visitingt the family of Dr, J. A. d
.Cle. in Manning. is
Mrs. J. S. Ridgeway and Miss Mayes'
-'iorrais returned from Glenn Springs D
Mr. T. F. Coffey and family have re- F
vurned houz from Boone, N. C., where b:
,!hey spentzlz thLenmer. t
Mr. H. D. Plowdeo, who has been at I
(iienn Springs bunting anhspp.tite bas
come back home witha it. M
AMiss Lilbairn Sidgeway returned frora I
bier summw~er tip Thursday, and has re
jgu,. he wor ia the Clerk of Court's1c
There og g. pg of .deer ianers "
out last week a thie Brewington see
t ion, but there as ;;othi~ng .doing withO
Judge John S. Wilson is holdingcour Lii
in Columbia this week, and wviil pr~ok- St
ably be engaged there for about g p
MIiss Celeste Hughson of Sumter for- a
mnerly one of Manning's school teachers ii
la guest at the home of Mrs. S. Oliver de
The Manning graded school tbegins jy
its fall session next Monday with a o
-uromise of the largest attendance the . t
school has ever had.
.Mrs. 2. McDowell Mciaddla hasc
sutficiently recovered from her resen~t m
illlness to go to her father's home a;
Greenville on a miit.
The State Board of Cane~sers decid- td
ed the bond election in Sumnter valid,.r
which mleans' that the county boar~a :s't
reversed, and the bond advociates lose. ?e
Rev. A. Rt. Woodson who nas heen es
otr for two months on a racation, has st.
returned home looking like a Missouri th
three year old straight from .a lo-yer
Mr. Harry Hudnal of the Fork.. who
;has been in the service of the United A
states, left for Wayeross last Friday
Ed go into the service of the A tlantiC si
Coast Line railroad company. s
Labor Day in Manning was not ob
served except by the banks and the C
nost office. The freauency of legal hol- f
:idays is becoming somewhat of a nina
,rance to the proper attention to busi
There is no better opening an whiere
in the State than this town for some
good dressmakers. All of the merch
ants ,iU lend their aid to furnish a
plenty L- work for such an establish- IIcc
Maj. Abe Lu-ri after an extended
vaation at the Notrh has returned D)
homne to go to work hc~king after hise
various interests. We knwx of a num- jw
her who really mean it when they tell etc
him that they "are glad to see himf be
The town council has isaued an or-der d
stopping the operation of slot machines, in
they did this on account of the young- a
sters who had become constant patrons;
and were fast imbibing the gambling mn
spirit, to the extent that it attraeted sp
Notwithstanding the inactivity of the
%.otton mnarket since tne staple has corn
menced moving. Manning has paid
thighee prices than any other town
swithin r-each of the growers of this5su
county. The huyers here are deter- r
awined to go to tie- limit. at
Sehool will open ora cest Monday,
seatesber l1th. Pupils wiin please at
bftal their old books whether they.
have geshd them or not. No unnee-,e
essary gha.es will be made. I sbou~d pc
like to uk tbse parents to be as patient of
as p)ossible, s-s th2ere will be some uin-a
avoidable deky~ ia getting books
In the matter of the las will and ts
tamnent of Mrs. E. M. Briggs. _inwhc
a hearing was had to prove said will im
solemn form before Probate Judge
Windhamf, arguments were made by
counsel yesterday, and Judge Winrdham
decided against the validity of the will.
Davis and Weinberg for the proponents
..of the will and Charleston Duflant.
Ysq-, against. An appeal will be made. I
T lhe fall term of the court of general hi
sessons opens in Manning on the 18th, se
neithi Judge 1R. E. Copes as the presid
gng judge. The case attracting the most b<
wterest will be the application for a it
new .trial for Willie'Bethune who was D
convicted for the murderof Mr. Geo. B.i
Mims. Just what the defense:--ul oger fo
to the court to get a newv trial 1 no0t w
known, but this case has cost tiie tax- y
paers a lot of money and they are get-a
tiog very tired of the many delays the
2oummS have granted in this case
ink it was on accouunt oT 've s n,
e trouble is in your soil: 't, will in
ease year by yer nmtzi. L copnlete
ilure wi l be !:-- N xt year
at aL w'ihr E n.varh-ty-the
ixie or Dillon: and plant only
e iron pea in ., - : corn or amtr ats.
eadl the adver::- 1 m of -\ . 1) I vis
'ards re ou: '0 Luning the Com
imarriage It 1.1. Ilarvin of
anning and ":.,s Louise Kate Susontg
Bridgenort. "'n., Thursday after
on, Septemwi:- 14th. Tne couple
11 be at hom. : kor October 1st. no
-oom-to-be is 'a't or lanni's youngr
siness ien, who i1- a success. and the
ide-to-be was for the pa.st few ses
)>s one of the pl!ar teachers in the
It has been dtolied t continue the
pensaries for' the free examination
d treatment of hookworm disease for
indetinite period after September
th. it was announced in last week's
.ES that they would discontinue in
is county on that date. They will.
wever. be closed from September
th., to 18:1h.. inclusive. There have
en :G. cases of hookworm disease
Mated at the dis.pensaries i this
unty. 52 cases were treated last
The teaci-ers for the 'Manning graded
hool which begins its fall session Mlon
v are: Prof. J. C. Daniel. Superin
ident: George V. Green. Turbeville,
incipal: Miss Violet Brown, Danville,
.. eighth grade. Niis.s Jessie Mc1Lean,
anning. seventh grade; Miss Corine
new. Donalds, sixth grade: Miss Zella
arborough, Darligtou, fift.h grade:
iss Elsie Bolton. Greenwood, fourth
ade: Miss Lilie Plowden. Alcol
ird grade: Miss Edith Kin;horn,
Maufort, second grade; Miss Katherine
. Richardson. Sumter. Iirst grade.
The piano contest which the Zeigler
armacy had running for the past
verai months created considerable
terest on the last iap of the race. In
nt of the store last Friday which
is the day the decision was to be
ndered a large crowd assembled to
itch the progress of the contest, and
6 o'clock Messrs A. C. Bradbam,
J. Lesesne ant E. C. Horton as a
mmittee counted the votes, at the
nelusion of which they announced
e winner to be 'Miss Katie Gaillard
DuRant. This young lady received
,140,149 with Miss Bessie Harvin the
The Times would ask its advertisers
be sure to have their copy for the
anges they desire in The Times
tice not later than noon Saturday.
his is a necessary reqjuiremelnt to im
.re the advertisement being published
e week it. is intended to apgear. At
is seasou of the year we are usually
puired to make more frequent
ranies, therefore we are compel-ied to
.11 upon our natrens to ha. prompt with
e opy for tle advert.isements. Re
ember all copy for ads. must be in
is ollice not iater than noon of Satur
Lys pr.eceeding the publication of the
5ue the ad. is to appear.
A colored boy by the name of Arthur
ngle of tis town. who has been work
in a hotel t 'Wrightsville Beach
is summer, arrived i4 Sumter last
-iday on his way home was arrested
- the police for selling a valuable pin
a jeweler for a nominal sum. The boy
is taken in charge on suspicion of
Lving stolen the pin. A search of his
-ip disclosed several articles of jewelry
id a number of pawn tickets. A tele
-am was received from the proprietor
the ihotel where Dingle had worked,
king 'that the 'rc.oy be held so that he
uld come on t& idepify the articles
und in his possession. Dingle wwa
keb back to Wilmington.
Thebre is a disposition in some of the
ws to organize the retail merchants
to some kind of a protective associa
m which t.hey call a "Credit, Bureau."
mter hias recently organized one of
ese associations. These kind of pro
tire concerns may be necessary to
t stop to those who obtain credit
d will b~o pay, .;,o they may be black
ted and their credit stopped. But the
.nger in them lies in andmitting tp mem
rsin a class of merchantg who are as
~honest as those they seek protection
Ln, and who would, by their methods1
doing business, do the trade of the
bn harm. To illustrate, a customer
govers th at his account has been over
ared. and he refuses to p'sy, the
archant reports him to the credit bu
an. and his credit is hurt, that man
sents it by going among his neighbors
tell tiiemi pf his treatment by
at town's organigation and they
sent, it too, with the result he and
e seek some where -else to do busi-.
sd It is not always the case that be
a reezi) merchant is a badge of hon.
ty, for there ar .as tricky men in the
yres as there are so :ie farms or
besterfield, .S. C . Septemnbor 2, 1911.
~ditor~ The 3[anning Times. My dear
--it was my yery great pleasure to
end two weeks of last mionth with rel
e .and friends at Silv~er in your
I nerely wish to speoal of th~e fine
rms lands in and around the station.
Messrs. H. S. .Briggs. Rlobt. Briggs,
'.T. Briggs, F. D. Rhame, H. S. Way.
.M. Felder, W. H. Boswell, Lee and
sie Thames. all have made magnili
t rops, which shows that they are
skingstudy of agriculture, and using
e improved arwthods of farming.
Mr Robt. Baker has a fine field of
ton, and he is a popular merchant
d a good farmer.
.r. J. F. Broadway of the firm of
iv is a Broad way, has made some line
ru. Last year Mr. Broadway was the
uner of at priz/e for his fine acre of
n, but seasons t.his year hr.ve not
en so favorable to him.
Little M iss Elizabeth Baker entertain
a nraber of her friends at her birth
y party gn tIs .evening of the 19th
st., and it was a pleaen occasion for
i er little guests.
The lands in and arotind Silver are
ignideeut, and the farmers have al
lendid ocportunity to he their own
athers. V'. :'. CANNON.
Forced To TLeave Home.
E~very year a large number of poror
tierers, whose lungs ate'.r and
eked with coughs, are urged :o go to
other climate. But this is vol and
t always sure. There's :t better way
t Dr. King's Dew Discovery cu' c you
home. "It cured me of lung t-ouble.
ites W. R.Nelson, of Calamine. Ark.
vhein ill else failed and I gin'ed 47
nds in wzight. Its surely the king
all cought and lung cures. Thous
ds owe their lives and health to it.
-s positively guaranteed for Coighs-,
l Throat and Lung troubles. 50ec andi
.0. Til bottles free at all druggists.
Herds a Dare for DnRant.
inr The Mainiii 'TiUI,
i'iease publish thei fol lowing lacts.
has been said that tihe TIrmnity ball
am has no "cass" I adrmit they dont
tve any la-ss, as lonrgas they cond
e nd to play such i teams as Oak Grove.
anning and Bre~wiuigton. The score
>ard shows wiere' we skinned Brew
gron the best, 2 out of 3. tieu with
crfant, in a manner. Put it to Man
g 8 to 4 and Oak Grove Gito 4. Be
re the season is over wve wvill walk off
ith the record for winning more
mas out of the number pilayed than
v other team in the county.
TRmNIrY Snorer m
Li it. not bc tmhqur 0n1a, q ' ui
a ireak of nature.,in as :ge rec
storm. to ;urnish n,atirial'foa.~newvs<
respondence from Sbuert t,
1!t h appens that coinciet '; i. y,
IreS orndent is able to conmnue
Itme. it miht he well to mieaotion
(.I I 4,-; or:J r alfects nipol thi oCx
mni tiv. While nt. immInledt.ately ;n
palt f tihe storm, t his Section i
visited with hnrh winds uist Su!
and Mondar, culminating, in quit.
blow Ias3t Montav evening, w-hich
no r ore than nt11-iy remove th <
of a few slender tcree. and 'r-e !
statoLl holes arouind til boutom
cotton-stalks. Th' raiu. however. Wl
accompanied the winds ;Ld ,; C
tinued to fall daily ,ince. has no dot
wrought someo damnage to growi
crops, certainly to what cottoin is o0
and opening. It has not vet reach
the stage of calamity. thou,. and c
farmers are StLi hopeful )[ iakincg
little as a bale and a half to the acre.
An accident. which to -ome io t
nartv seemed trivial and to others pi
haps ratner too ominous. and whi
was due to the had condit-ion of I
roads since the storm. occurred on t
Manning road on last Tuesday mu
ing:. TOCI do honor ) 1.he bride a
groom OIf hut an hour1, .NI1r. 1[. And,
son bravel the slipper' ro:ti in I
autolobile, to take liti o Manut
to catch the Colitmoa train. When 1)
a short dist-ance out. of Niw t
Anderson called attention wn a rahl
cautiously steering toward t.he left.
the road, jestingly reninding t
young couple of its it] omen. Not mnal
ioments had elapsed when a large a
foriicable oak, a victim of the stori
was seen stretched across the rou
barring their progress. After losir:
about thirty minutes to remove tL
obstacle, to say nothing of the loss
nerye on the young couple's part. ti
car moved on. It becaie necassary
speed up a little, and in his efforts
aet to the station in ample time. M
Anderson went a little too fast for sli
pery roads, and pretty soon found hit
self skidding into a ditch. This w
considered by all in the party to be tL
climax of his majesty, the rabbit's for
casting, and hast-y preparations wei
being made to secure a common o]
horse and buggy, when the car ro.
out of the ditch and also to the occasio
and allowed itself to be cranked ai
started again, getting the young coup
to the station just in time to board ti
train. No one was hurt, not even t]
Quite an enjoyable social affir w;
the "Cookingr Contest" held at tl
home of Rev. Gordoa on last Tuesda
evening. At the instigation of Miss
Mamie and Wahnettm Gordon, abo
ix couples busied themselves all do
ing the day. prepareing fudge .i
sweets to be entered in this conte:
The young men were to enter fud!
and the young ladies the more substa
tial dish'es, all of which were to co
stitute a supper for the occasion. M
Fred Truluck, who unassisted acted :
judge of all these various dishes, w:
prompted to award a prize to Mi
Magg'-- Scarborough and one to Dr.
R1. Mor::Is. Pursuant to suggestioi
made on cards drawn by variot
couples present, the setting of tt
table, cracking ice, serving crear
clearing away dishes, etc., was done
the guests, atiording- much merrimei
to the already merry crowd. It w:
unanivsly conceded that Summe:
ton woul.d never want for up-to-dai
coks. Those enjoyi'g the Misses Oo
don's hospitality were Misses Harve;
Margie, Louise and Etta Scarborouo
and Sallie Anderson, and Messr
Walter and Miller Felder, Will
Rhame, Dr. Morris, Dr. Jordan, Til
Howie and Fred Truluck.
At tbe home of Mr. and Mrs. Duki
Carson on Tuesday morning, the 29t1
Miss Alic~e DeVeaux was married1
Mr. Wallace Smith of 01io. the Res
H. H. Covington of Sumtsr perfort
ng the ceremony. Miss Deoaux is
sister of Mrs. Carson. formerly of Sun
rerville. but for the past fewv mnontl:
making her home with Mr. and Mr
Carson. Mr. and Mrs. Smith left in
medilately after the ceremony, going i
Manning where they took the norti
Miss Jessie Ashby of Atlanta, G:
wa the guest of Mrs. .f. M. Plowde
for the past few days.
Mr. W. Ef Anderson left this mior:
ig to resume his cotton business
M isses Lillian and Corn Canj4gv tias
returned from visits to relative'si
n Liberty and Abbeville.
Miss Mary Lee Cutter left, last Wei
aday for a visit to her: grand-paren1
Mr. and Miis: .Jehn Holladay of Rinm
ii spent the week-end with her folk
Mrs. J. A. Brown and son Walte
left last week for a visit to relatives
Miss Geneva Mitchum of Lanes wet
here last week to attend the funeral<
her aunt Mrs. G. M. Stone.
Dr. L. J1. Nettles spen& a few days
ltst w;eek in Charleston on btusines
le has recently secured a lyceti
ourse for this town for the comic
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Curtis returne
on last Wednesday~ from New Nor
and other points.
Mrs. A. L. Wallace of Sumter is vi
iting her daughter Mrs. C. WV. Hick
On account of the absence of tb
pastor, Rey. M. J. Kyzer there wast
preaching service at the Baptist churc
last Sunday morning.
The juvenile society of the Methodi!
chutch will hold a public meeting
their chturch on next Thursday evet
log to which the public is cordially ih
vited. A very good program is beim
Not a Word of Scandal
narred the call of a neighbor on Mr
V. P. Spangh, of Manville. WVyo., wt
said: "she told me Dr. King's New Li
Pills had cured her of obstinate kidne
trouble, and made her feel like a ne
oan'e Easy, but sure remedy ft
stomach. lIPer an~d kidney trouble
Onl 25c at all drgiss
An Ordinance to Prohibit Minors Playing Pc
or Billards in the Town of Manning.
Be it ordalined by ihe Mayor andi A
dlermen of the towvn of Mannmngi
Counil Assembled and by virtt
SECTION 1. That it shall be unlav
ful for the keeper or owner of an
pool or billiard table within the tow
of Manning to allow any minor und
eighteen years of age to play pool
'oilads in any place where tabl<
are used and auchi gam~es are playe<
or to allow such minors to fregner
or loiter in any billiard or pool1 roon:
SECrION II Any owner, keeper
person operating such gaiming table
violating Section L., of this Ordinant
shall be deemed guilty of a misd
meanor, and upon conviction titer,
of, shall be fined not less than te
dollars. nor more than fifty dollar
or be imprisoned at hard labor upo
the public streets of said town for nt
less than ten, nor more than thirt
SECTION III. This Ordinance slha
not apply to clabs or private houn
where suceh gaimes are played, for si
iai purposes only, without fee, tc
atified in Council this 4th day<
September, A. D)., 1!i11.
. M. WELLs, A. C. BRtADIIAM,
5 or 6 doses ':666" rill cure any case
M of Chills and Fever. Price, 25c.
or- Pine Shinvles. Sawed.-New car just
as received. No. at -2.50 per M.. No 3
eat 81.0-O per ..!. Nice stock. R. F.
hi, Epperson, Pinewi.'l, S. C.
Faritm Wated-Several Marlboro
fi farmers have asked to get. them farms
in Clareudon. Write me what you.
have and best price. R. Cosbv Newton.
lHennettsville, S. C.
5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any case
of Chills and Fever. Price, 25c.
Foley Kidcev Pifll will check the
e pi-ogress of your kidney atd bladder
M- trouble and heal by removing the cause.
ibt Try them. Dickson Drug Co.
en For Sale-Will have a limited
ed amount of Dixie Cotton Seed at $1.25
ur per bushel. This cotton will make
as more than one bale per acre and does
not wilt or blight. Only cash orders
he given attention. A. C. Davis. Davis
l For Sale--ly home place containing
ie 5-8 acre, situated on the corner of
.hurch and Railroad Streets in the
ri town of lanning, S. C. Also modern
-rooi dwelling (practically new) situ
alted on E'ast side of Church Street. De
siri11e location. E. C. Horton.
u Mionev to Lend.---We have arranged
to negotiate loans on first mortgages on
ofamin property at - per cent interest,
payable in aunual installments. No con
mission is charged on these loans, only
the usual fees for preparation of papers
2 and examination of title. Lee & Moise.
Sumter, S. C.
Before You Reach the Limit
e of physical endurance and while your
to condition is still curable, take Foley
to Kidney Pills. Their quick action and
r. positiye results will delight you. For
,P backache, nervousness, rheumatism,
. and all kidney, bladder and urinary I
as troubles. Dickson's Drug Store.
e- The Cosfederate Monument.
The movement so long neglected has
e at last begun to erect a monument to
n the memory of the heroes who wore the
d grav,-soldiers whose record was the
le marvel of the civilized world. Clarendon
e now proposes to place upon the court
e house square a suitable mark of its pa
triotism by having erected a shaft in
s honor of those who responded and laid
e down their lives upon their country's
altar. All contributions sent to THE
a LNM.YNING TIMES will be acknowledged
at through its columns.
Tr . H. Lesesne............. .....$10 00
id Louis Levi...................... 10 00 E
, Fred Lesesne ... ........ .... 10 00
Mrs. E. Appelt.................. 10 00
. David B. .lones.......... ....... 10 00
n- D. L. Green..................1.. 5 00
r. C. M. Mason.................... 5 00
I R. F. Ridgeway...... ........... 1 00
Is R. M. Strange.................. 5 00
W. T. Wilder....-...... .....5 00
R. R. Harvin, Tadmor. Tex..... 10 00
i H. P. Strange................... 5 00
is .1. T. Touchberry .... ......... 5 00
e S. A. Harvin..... ............ 15 00
2e rs. L. '.. Bareld . ........... 10 00
W . M. Davis.................... 5 00
. Total............. ............121 00
e Foley's Kidney Remedy (Liquid)
is a great medicine of proven value for
h both icute and chronic l idnev and blad
der ailments. It is especially reco
e mmended to elderly people fpr its won
Sderful tonic and reconstructive qual
ties and the permanent relief and com
Sfort it gives them. Dickson's Drtug
o -- ---
. School Notice.
.Sihoqi will open on or~day, Septem
.- ber 11th. It Is impgetant that; all pupils
a be present on the first day. All patrons
and friends of the school are cor-diallv
.invited to come to the opening.
JN-. 0 DANIEL.
wil Foley Kidney Pills
n ilreach yout- individual ease if you
have any form of kidney and bladder
i- trouble or urinary irregularities. Try
t them. Dickson's Drtig Store.
n Civilizing the tndian.
The following Is from "The Soul of
the Indian." a book by Dr. Charles
Alexander Eastman. himself an Indian:
"Long before I ever heard of Christ
. or sawv a whtiU- mian I had leairned from
s an untutored wvo:inan the essence of
morality. With~ the help of dear na
- ture herself slie taught me things sim
s ply but of mighty- import. 1 knew God.
r perceivedi h;l! gtoodoes is. I saw
Lt and loved what is really beautiful. Civ
Ilization h1:ts not taught ~ne anything
s better. As :a child I understood how .Jo
if give. 1 hit fr:otn I h:g grace since
I becamie elviize~d. I lIved the n.atura!
Slife, wvhereas i tio- live 'the airtiticial.
Any pretty piebble v a., .:'!uabb-i to me
then, every growing thinig :m1 object of
reverence. Nowv ivworship iihI the
d wyhite man before a painted landsen peS
kt whose vamoe is painted in dollars. Thus
the Indian is reconstructed, as th~e nat
ural rocks ar'e ground to powder and(
inpade into artincial blocks which may
o be built into the walls of mnoderu soci
h ety." ________
it Bigness of Big Ben.d
LBig Ben, which marks the hours for
:parliament at the top of the clock tow
er at Westminster. is bigger than it ap
p~ara froqi below. Looking at the dial
~f Big Ben from the northern foot wayv
of Great George street or from the-'
Thames embankment, it appears as if
its diameter might be equal to tihe
ospace that a man of medium size coul
e cover with outstretched arms. As a
Ymatter of fact, however, the diameter
of the dial is twenty-three feet. Fromn
the ground the minute marks on the
dial look like ordinary muiuute marks
and as if they were close together.
Rleally they are a foot apart. The nu
merals ore two feet long. The miute
hand, with its counter balance-the
heavy piece of Lthetal that projects be
o yond the center of the dial-is tifteen
feet in length. This hand is so massive
that during a snowstorm the clock is
sometimes retarded by the weight of
the tlakes that alight on it.-Londoil
r The olnicers of the Summerton Pres-I
r bter-ian church at-e pleased to announce
s t6 the congregation and to friends that
outr new pastor, the Rev. Wim. S.
t Trimble, of Hampton, Va.. will beain
- his ministry with us on Se-ptember- 'zrd.Q
ir We. therefore. beg all members ini
6 Summierton and vicinity to beat- this in
e mind and hear-t and come promaptly to
set-vice on the fit-st Sunday in Septemn
Shet-. Let us welcome our new pastor
n with our presence on his first appear
S- ance as p)astor. Sabbath School at 10
n:a. mn. Preaching service at 11 a. m.
it Any and all are welcome.
i ARANT'S DRUG STORE
Sells Everything in
nDUGS ndl MED1CINES 6
Ginghams, Percales, i
Linens, Suitings, Etc., s
All in and ready for your inspection. We
will be glad to have you call and give us the
pleasure of showing you all the new things
coming in every day now.
Warwick Dress and Apron Gigharns, good qual- c
ity and fast colors, at th yard .e
40-inch Sea Island Homespun, at the yard...... 5 .
Best quality, well-known Brands Dress Ging
hams, large assortment of pretty patterns,
at the yard. 10c. and................
White Rose, yard-wide Percales. in large assort
ment of colors and patterns, at the yard... eoj
36-inch Madras Skirting, White, the kind you 1
pay 15c for, the yard... ....
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT
IRigby Dry Goods Co.
i.ny one wishing to buy an A
~vill please get in touch
;ith the Shaw Motor Co.
w~ho are dealers for the
WVERITT, B. -M. F. AND
We would like to have
rood, live agents represent
is on these lines. Take
he nmatter up with us at
Shaw Motor Co.
SUMTER, S. C,
MANNING HARDARE COMPANY
Where Can be Foundii
The Celebrated Prosperity Farm
The Beautiful Sanitary Wall Ooat
The High-grade Paints and Varn
The Matchless for Strength Am~eri~
Scan Wire Fence,
The Everlasting Hickory Leather
The Full Stock of Hardware, Enam
Selware and Crockery.
The Hearty Welcome for all our
SMany Friends, at The
SMANNING HARDWARE COMPANY
WHEN IN TOWN~~
Don't fail to visit the New Store with the White Front,
Our Lines are Dry Goods, Notions and. Shoes. We
are specialists in these lines and propose to give to the
trading public a first-class service in every respect. You
are cordially invited to make us a visit with the assurance
on our part that you will receive a warm welcome and
mosb courteous attention.
We take pleasure in answering the following ques
Where can I find the best line of Ladies'
Ready-to wear Garment, includig Wash Skirts
Muslin Underwear?-Jenkinson's, of course.
Where will I be able to find the best selec
tion of dainty Embroidery, Val Laces,
Flouncing, Ribbons, Etc.?-Jenkinson's. of
Where will I be able to find the best line
of Dress Goods, 1ress Findings, Silks and
Trimmings of every description?-Jenkin
son's. of course.
Where will I be able to find the best line of
Linen Damask, Table Napkins, Towels, Etc.?
-Jenkinson's, of course.
Who has the best line of Shoes in town?
-Jenkinson, of course. He sells long-wear
Shoes which actually wear longer.
Where can I buy a John B. Stetson Hat at
at the lowest possible price?-Jenkinson's, of
course. His price is only $3.50.
Where'will I find the best assortment of
Gents' Hats, Shirts, Underwear, Collars,
Cuffs, Neckties, Etc.? -Jenkinson's, of course.
Where can I do my shopping with' that
feeling that I am getting a square deal every 7
time?-Jenkinson's, of course.
Besides Double R. Jenginson has the hap
py faculty of giving you such a broad smile
of appreciation when you make a purchase it
it is a real pleasure to part with the coin.
SU e U J
White Front-Store. Brown Block.
(We want your confidence more than your
money; we shall have them both for we shall
~deserve them.) -
Wedding Presents !
in urSoth Wedding Presents !*
in urSothWindow we will show some of
Sthe latest creations in
Sand Individual Pieces of China e
SSo appropriate for- Wedding Gifts. These '
Sgoods were personally selected from enor~
Smous stocks in the Northern markets by
your buyer who went specially for this pur-s
p 5ee Us, We'll Interest You. o
bThe benefit of a good selection with ex-0
b tremely reasonable prices awaits you.
I THE MANNING GROGERY, CO.
'Purveyors to Particular People.
Elipse Shoes for Men. Alvin Brand Clothing,
IThe Selby Shoes for Ladies. Howard Hats.
Papp Shoes for Children. Sterns Brand Voil Skirts.
IEverything Bears a (iuaranteed at
I D. Hirschmann's.
I This is a grand opportunity to buy your Fall Cloth
InShoes, Hats and Ladies' Wear-, at the lowest prices.
Come in and look them over~ and b~e convinced. A
jlarge reduction is awaiting you inU Clothing. '
D. Hirschmann. 1