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MANING S E~Sr' 20 -1911
Publishes All County and Town Of.
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a I
change of ad. MrST be in
this offee by Saturday Noon in order tc
insure Dublication the following week.
RUTH CHAPTER, NO. 40,
H ROYAL .ARCHI NL\SONS
tiy in :Each Mioxth.
W.C.DAvis, FRED LSEESSF
Hi:gh Pries'- 4 -
Take a Look at
5 1 25
JUST OPENED UP--- _d:
Bargains all the time. h
RED FRONT STORE h
On Levi Block. 0
Mr Allen Sauls of Wateree spent A
Monday here with his mother. ai
Miss Corrinne Yathans of Charleston, ti
is in Manning visiting Mrs. S. M. Bar- m
Rev. R. A. Subiett of Greenville, was t
among the visitors in Manning last et
Miss Pearl Bonita, of New Orleans b
La.. is in Manning visiting Mrs. J. A.
Columbia lost the pennant, William j
Jonah Cuttiuo went to Columbia to wit
ne-s the -mnne Nuf sed. a<
Mr. S. W. Barron has retirned from al
Tennessee where he has been to attend m
the Harvin-Susong marriage. E
The Home Bank and Trust Comgany r(
has gotten out some very neat and use- v4
ful pocket books for their patrons. B
The friends of Hon. C. M. Davis will sy
be glad to know that he has fully recov- cl
ered from his recent extreme illness. w
Rev. McDowell Douglass. President t
of Clinton college, will probably preanh h<
at the Presbyterian church next Sun- tc
The Winthrop college girls 1 ave
hiked out for Rock Hill, and the Clem
son crew are now down at it. so are thea
Citadel rats. t
Married last evening by Judge J. ML h
Windham, Mr. Walter M. Lenoir of
Summerton, and Miss Rosa Belle In- i
gram of Tindal.n
That big yellow front building in Sum- 1
mierton is not a quarentmne station. 10 is l
one of the most up-to-date hard ware con
cerns in the State. b
Mr. Irvine Beisar, formerly of Sum- P
inerton, has arrived in England to at-a
tend Oxford University. He won the ~
Rev. 11. K. Williams will conduct the tI
pray'ers meieting at the Presbyterian ic
ghurch, Thursday night. The pastor is ii
in Olanta holding a meeting. h
Housekeepers do not fail to go to see a
the Majestic Range demonstration at c
the Piowden Hardware Company's p:
store. Read the big advertisement. 3
Died last Thursday at the home of 3
Nr-. T. P. Ridgili at Paxville, Miss ~
F.orence Brunson, aged 15 years. The
fxn'eral took place at Paxville Friday. 9.
A~ negro by the name of McFaddin b
was severely hurt last Monday at the
Sardinia ginnery. He got caught in the
belting and both of his legs were broken. F
Everybody is much concerned over
the scarcity of cotton pickers, the fields
ar-e white, and nearly every farmer c
finds himself lacking for labor to get it U
Miss Frances Hitchens, of Baltimore,
has arrived and will have charge of the o
millinery in the store of Mrs. .T. ML t)
Bradbam in the building next door to E
the post oj~ee. s
The recent rains which was so preve- c
lent has caused the cotton selling condi- t
tions to be greatly confused, and there t
is great complaint among the farmers 7J
about the price.e
Died at Concord, Sumter county.
Monday, Mr. William J. DuRant, agec- n
about 20 years. The burial took place
yesterday at the famnil y burying,
ground, near DuRant.
Messrs A. J. Rigby and I. L. Appelt, I
accompanied by Misses Clara and Lulie I
Harvin spent last Sunday with Miss
$adie Gregory in Lancaster. Making r
~4~trip in the 'Regal."
on aceaunt of bejing rujshed this week e
we have not advanced the dates on our
mailing list, hence those. who paid will
understand why their dlates on the label
has not been pushed up.
The recent bank statements publish- s
ed in last week's TIMs has attracted
the attention of a number of newpapersv
4 in this State, and they m ade compli
* mentary mention of them.
Died at her home near Sardimta last
Fr-idav. Mrs. Elizabeth McFaddin, reliet,
of the late William J. McFaddin, aged
about 70 years. The funeral took place
~Mid way church Saturday. 1
vieci oear' Manning last Friday. Sam
Piatt, aged 70 years, The deceased was
a negro who had the respect of his
ne-ighbhors. white and black. Hie was
buried in the Hiafly Town grave yard.
There will be many from this section
to attend the Red Men's pienic at Hocrse
Branch tomorrow to hear Gover-nor
nor Blease's address The Alcolu rail
read will have a special schedule for- the
tn account of the Jewish new year
thte Levi Mercantile Co., store will be
closed next Saturday. This announce-C
me-nt 14 made so that the customers ot
this concern will arrange their business
Diecd last Monday night at her- home
neat- Manning Mrs. Almnira C McLeod,
wif-of M r. J1. W. McLeod, aged about 1
v -:ars. TIhe deceased lea~ves her- husbarnd
and three children. Messrs .L 1P. ..nd
J. L. McLeod and Mrs. G. WV. Wilcox.i
The funeral took place in Manning thist
onng aned was larely -anded.r
The town aatnorities4 are again ater
he booze merchants. last Satarday the
)oliec raided the hoic of Jerry Neels
Ld captured a consiierable quaLtity ofI
quor, and arrested derry on the charge
i oring liqr a.n *inh'io of the law.
Rev. and Mr-\. V Wudsou r.cte
aiued i lar-e obla:e of friends in
heir ncw iw:' the Presbvtrian
lans e last Thun-dkay evening. It was
he occasion of the eighteenth anniver
arv of their mautrriag'e. as well as a
Married at the home of the bride's
nother at Bridgeport. Tenn . last
[hursdav. Mr. Lucius H1. Harvin. of
JIanning, and Miss Katherine Sousong,
>f Bridgeport, Tenn The couple, after
he ceremony. left for Washington :.nd
ther places of interest.
Governor Blease has written to the
ommittee in charge of the picnic at
orse Brarch tomorrow that he will
each Seloe on the Alcolu railroad by
-ay of Alcolu, thus giving those who
ntl1 go from this section a chance to
aeet the governor by leaving here on
he train from Charleston tomorrow
It would not be a bad idea for the
3wn council to have one of the police t
n the streets to relieve the congestion v
hich is becoming common on Satur
avs. Both on Brooks and Dovce streets
n a Saturdays it is almost impossible e
)r vehicles to pass each other, but if an <
Iicer was stationed where he could
>ok after this it would be of great ser
ce, and be a help to facilitate bui
On last Saturday Henry Floy, a
hite man. shot and killed a negro by
ie name of Buck Dobson at Olanta. S
he renort which reached here was
iat Mr. Floyd was dri ving past a place
here some negroes were having a
icnic, and Buck hailed Mr. Floyd who 5
id not stop. and the negro. evidently
3der the influence of li nquor, ran be
ind 'Mr. Floyd's buggy and began cut
ng it: Flovd ordered him otT but the I
gro persisted in cutting the buggy, h
ten Floyd drew his pistol and fired. s
Mr. J. W. Uroadway of Summerton, 2
is a walking stick which was brought e
this country from England many s
ars ago by a preacher by the name of
wen, the father of Rev. T. B. Owen a
rmerlv of this county, now a member t
the 'South Carolina Methodist Con- i
rence. Mr. Broadway tells us the
ick is made from the wooa that Noah's
rk was built of, that ii what he says t
ia he has placed the -price of $4000 n
?on it, any one desiring to purchase ,
as curiosity, we mean the stick, he
av call upon Mr. Broadway and make
ie deal. At present Broadway is using e
te stick to help Iiim along tne busy e
reets of Summerton. he needs it be- f
Luse his legs have gone back ou him
om being run' into by a buggy driven
,a lady who would not stop to listen to e
s stick story. a
Now is the opportunity to secure a 0
ce automobile at a price equal to any a
at can be secured from the best of fac- h
ries. Read H. H. Bradham's halt page
vertisement in this issue and it will
)peal to you that he has the goods, and n
eans business. 'Mr. Bradham has sold a
ore machines than any other man in t
astern South Carolina. and there is a
ason. He gives full value for the in- e
stment. Take a looic at his machines. i
e offers the celebrated Overland that a
is made a record for durability and
eed. He has the Brush, the best ma
iine for the money for a runabout that
e know of; there are many of these in t
te county and they are giving entire b
tisfaction, one farmer told us that if
got in a push he would not be afraid
haul freight with his. Then there is ~
te Liberty, a splendid machine which 5
>es through sand like a duck through e
ater. M1r. Bradham is an authority on
itomobiles, in touch with the best of
em and besides he furnishes parts and :a
>es repair work. Do not fail to see ;u
The attention of The Times readers e
directed to the half page advertise- e
ent of the Summerton MIercantile Co.,
which they announce their Fall Mu1
nery Opening. This concern is one of C
e l'argest in the county, in the midst e
a community where the latest must i
had to satisfy a discriminating peo- i
e, and the Summerton M1ercantile Co.
ways up-to-date has the best milliners '
tat ~high salaries can employ from the 1
mters of fashions, a visit to that store (
-ill convince the most skeptical, that
tey can buy as nice goods and as fash- ~
>nable there as they can get in the '
trgest city in the State. There is no (
alf way business with them. Visit the
ening, not the people of Sumnmerton
one, but the people frot. all over the ~
>unt'v if the latest styles, at moderate t
ices is desired. The day has come c
hen a lady does not have to go away 3
7, possibly to tne department stores of
'ew York or Chicago to get her an up
,date hat, or dress, she can be better C
ippied at home and save mouey. We c
nture there is not a better millinerye
low anywhere than will be exhibited 1
v the Summerton Mercantile Co.
or Trustees. Teachers and Friends of Edut- t
Trustees and teachers throughout the
unty are most cordially invited and i
rged to attend a convention here on e
aturday, September 30th, beginning at
Fll and free discussions will be had
a every question relative to your work .2
at the time will admit of. Prof. W.
:Tate, State Supervisor of rural.
hools will be here to take part in all 1
iscussions. After the session of the 3
nvention is over it is desired t~hat the :
achers and trustees will organize.
2emselve: 'nto separate associations.
'he following are a few of the questions t
rolled for discussion. The list will 1
The teacher's relation to the com
iuniy in which she teaches.
Te' relation of the community to- T
ards the teacher. t
Advantages in the consolidation of ~
Ways in which the finances of the ~
-ool may be improved. t
Should the teacher consult tihe pat- t
ons about their official duties'
How many hours per day should the
ountry school be kept in session I
Should teachers be paidl according to
rade of certificate?
Some of your difliculties in employing
Should teachers resign simply because
ame other place offers a little mnore?
The trustees to get into closer touch
rith the county Superintendent--ad
antages of such relation.
Trustees to require their teachers to
et a certificate that their annual re
ort is acceptable before issuing last1
Should trustees require candidates to
.le their certificates with county super
atendent before entering into a con
'act with themY
Should there be a written or printed
otrct between teacher and trastee?
On 'hat basis should school funds be
houl at teacher etigage in whata
mniter wvould not?
The trustees' duties about buldlings,I
r ouns school ecquipmtxeut and bygienic
ntions in genera.
Shoul trustees visit their schools:- If'
ot in witat ways can they bje of benetit?
low to raise more mioneyV for suppiort
J our scrhools?
What the enrollment, should be in or
!er to have an assistant.
These and many other quesgions will
e brought up for discussion. ilring
vith you sonme questions for the (tuery
yx and get the views of others.
E. J1. BROWNE
County Superintendent l:ducation.
loey Kidney Pills will rheek~ the
rogress of your kidney and bladder
.rouble and heal by removing the cause.
Prys them. nicksen Drug Co.
An InterestIng War Story.
Mr. Editor:-I read with deep inte:r
G1 Mir. G. R. .ones' charming letter
lescriitive of his lelighrtful visit to the
Xstorie planes of Mana and of his
LUtrrpauing the C.Lspin ol ands
.etv:een the old herocs who woie tle
;ey and thosc who wore thc blue, and
xho illustrated upon that field fifty
Fears before the chivalry and indomit
Lble courage of the American soldier.
Nhat calls forth this letter from me. is
ais stateuinet that upon the hill at the
Ienrvy bcuse. he observed a monument
n whicb was inscribed --The 7th Geo..
ie-giment who upon this hill captured
"apt. Ricketts hatterv." If the4 C'org
ans ever captured that hattery they
renerously lent their guns to Capt.
Zicketts to finish the fight for as the
n1 and Sth S. C. Regiments command
td respectively by Cols. Kershaw and
.'ash were approaching t.he field and
vere a mile distant, a body of (cavalry
)assed around our left at high speed
mud the irou clad heel of their horses
ore the turf and threw up clouds of dust
rhich the wind swept high above the
ree tops plainly discernable to the
nemy who uaturally surmised it was
aused by the advantace of heavv bodies
if infantry coming into action, and that
dentical battery from that identical
ill opened upon us a terrible lire of
hell and solid shot cutting down limbs
rom the big trees which fell upon the
oldiers, and seriously injuring them,
ne limb strikIng down Elliotts two files
a front of me and a number of Palmetto
uards from Beaufort, still living. This
ring continued for the enemy knew
iere were large bodies of troops in
bese woods just in their front, but we
ad got two near to be hurt by the
ells, as we crossed, Early Branch. the
nd regiment which was leading, turn
d up stream, and the 8th headed down
ream. and was rapidly formed upon us
nd Col. Kershaw taking his position at
ae flanks of the town regiments as sen
r officer. and his splendid voice rang
ut with the command "attention bat
lion fix bayonets forward guide center
arch." when half way to ?, belt of
oung pines in which Col. Ellsworth's
ne Souaves of New York were deploy
d. a thin line and not wanting us to
agage them but to reserve our foe
)r the heavy line of battle which he
alt sure was just, in front of Rick
tts battery, one the Henry house hill
ad just as we broke through this belt
f pices, we would be upou them, he or
ered 'double quick, charge bayonets"
a had taught us on d rills to raise the
ebel yell, whenever we charged bayo
ets. This yell orijginated with him,
nd was used that day for the first
Eme. It had a very demoralizing
Ifect upon the enemy, for as we burst
to the field yelling like Dervishes.
nd poured a volley from two thousand
iuskets into their dense ranks they
roke in wIld confusion up the hill
arough and over and around Ricketts
attery turning west they ran across
nd unfinished railroad and formed
pan a large body of regulars about
B00, their rock of Gibralter, the hope
fthe day; but, the combined assault of
:ershaw's victorious troops on the East,
nd Gen. Kirby Smith who debauched
pn the field with five splendid Vir
inia regiments in their rear disintre
ated the rock, and it iningled with the
lasses of fleeing volunteers overflowed
be turnpike, and over Stone Bridge.
> breaking that line of battle we rush
d upon the battery: the living mem
ers dasked aff with the fleeing infantry
ut could not move a gun, their horses
ere destroyed, most of the pieces were
aft loaded, many persons from South
~arolina rushed to the army on the 17th
nd MIanassas on the 21st, among them
ere some of Capt. Cathbert, Palmetto
luards, college mates; I will give their
ames as they are material witnesses in
is battery business. Capt. Green, of
be Columbia Artillery; Prof. Venable,
f the South Carolina College; Mr.
Vhaley, of Charleston; Congressman
)ibbe, of Orangeburg. They threw
own their rifles and assisted by many
f the regiment fired their guns with
reat effect. Now I have been rather
angthy and I fear tedious, but it was
ssential to prove that there was a con
nual intercourse from the firing of the
rst shell by the afore-said Rlicketts
attery at the Henry house, and our two
egiments to the monument; we dehiv
red into their ranks shot and shell f ram
eir own pieces.
If my account of the part taken by the
nd South Carolina Regiment is car
ect, and it is from individual exuer
nce, then I want some one to explain
hat part did the 7th Georgia have in
e taking of the battery and what did
:consist in. The survivors owe it, to
e truth of history to correct such gross
aisstatemnents. In this instance it grew
ut of the reports of Gen. Beauregard
d Johnson. not mentioning the des
erate fighting of these two regiments
he only troop that charged that day
nd captured the only battery that was
aptured. President Davis telegraphed
the Secretary of War of the utter
oute of the enemy and that the cavalry
ere pursuing and hewing them down
'ith their sabres, not a cavalry popped
cap or' saw the enemy. There was no
pace they could operate in, and Col.
;am Ferguson. Beauregard's staff, said
enerat Stuart pursued them with great
ior, and at the time says. the two
outh Carolina regiments made that
harge. and which he mistook for the
hoe army. hear him: "The supreme
noment having arrived General Beau
egard ordered the entire army forward
.nd the enemy was swe pt from the
eld.'' General E. P. Alexander, chief
if artillery Longstr'eet's coi'ps. writes a
OOk of criticism on the conduct of the
var and says of this battle "not a con
ederate crossed Bull Run in pursuit of
he enemy." Our two South Carolina
'egiments crossed Stone Bridge in close
ursuit and drove them over Cub Run,
m at the bridge over that stream: we
ore them to pieces with Kenmper's bat
ery, and captured many pieces of artil
ery ene piece was a 40) poinder' drLawn
>v 4 horses.
There was never a battle so misr'epre
ented of the entire war. I think on the
2ext anniversary of that battle I will go
here and pull that monument up. and
lace it. on the pinacle of the hill and
.:hisel upon it, the end and 8th South
.arlina regiments swep~t over this hill
~apturing the only battery taken that
Lay. In conne~ctionl with the seizure of
the gun; I should have mentioned the
Hall moh nson I-fcrood as one who seiz
The court of general session convened
in Manning Monday with His Honor R.
F. Copes of Oranzeburg. presiding.
Stenographer Wood and Solicitor Stoll
at their respective posts.
There was not a large docket and the.
in'sinUss of the court went, along smooth
ly. The grand jury was given the for
mal charge by the judge. and it return
ed the following true bills:
James C. Richardson. murder. and
James Conyers, failure to support his
wife and children.
Richardson accidently killed a man
by shooting at an axe which the man
held out for him to shoot at, the ball hit
the axe, and glanced down striking the
man in the leg from which he died.
Richardson was acquitted.
Jamies Convers Was found guilt.y and
lined $125 or ) months on the gang, and
put under bond of $300. Should he for
feit the bond by not supportinZ his fam
ily he pays the penalty imposed.
Frank King who several years ago
was keeping a shop at St. Paul acci
dentaIlv killed a boy. King left and was
gone about eight years when the sheriff
tinding out where he was went after
him and brought him back. The cir
cunistances were that on Christmast Eve
some men were shooting roman candles
into Kin2's shop and one of the balls
struck a lamb chimney. King got out
his pistol to shoot when some one struck
his arm. and the gun went off striking
a boy who was on the outside, the boy
died. The jury rendered a verdict of
uilty for criminal carelessness, and he
was sentenced to two years on the gang.
This is Judge Copes' first term at
"Manning. in fact he has only recently
been elevated to the bench, but by his
quick decisions and his general conduct
of the court he has made a splendid im
pression with the Bar as well as the
The Grand Jury finished its work and
was discharged. The following is the
Presentment of the Grand Jury for
the Fall term of court 1911.
To His Honor R. E. Copes, presiding
We beg to report that we have con
sidered and passed upon all bills of in
dictment handed us by the Solicitor.
The committees appointed at the
Spring term of court have attended to
their duties and beg leave to report as
Committee on Finance and Pub!ic
Buildings.-We haye investigated the
county ofices and find them neatly kept
and in good shape, but we present the
following Iagistrates who failed to
bring their books before us for exami
nation: J. A. Brown. J. E. Richbourg,
W. E. Fleming and M. D. Baird.
The chainganz committee report the
stockade badly in need of repairs, and
we recommend that same be attended to
Committee on Public Schools and Ed
ucation report school houses in good
condition and more interest being taken
along educational lines.
We thank his Honor for courtesy
shown. all of which is respectfully sub
mitted. 1I. D. COTHRAN,
HOLD OVER GRAND JURORS FOR 1912.
J. P. Buddin, New Zion.
J. D. Burgess, Mouzon.
L. B. Gibbon, New Zion.
.1. H. Geddings, Paxville.
E. M. Watt, Summerton.
J. 0. Wells. Silver.
A Great Advantage to Working Men.
J. A. Maple, 12-5 S. 7th St., Steuben
ville, 0., says: "For years I suffered
from weak kidneys and a severe bladder
trouble. I learned of Foley Kidney Pills
ad their wonderful cures so I began
tking them and sure enough I had as
good results as any I heard about. My
backache left me and to one of my busi
ess, expressman, that alone is a great
advantage. My kidneys acted free and
normal, and that saved me a lot of mis
ry. It is now a pleasure to work where
it'used to be a misery. Foley Kidney
Pills have cured me and have my high
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"Cat!" She Exclaimed.
Nan-Anyway, I don't like his looks.
Fan-That's because he look~s in my di
rection rather oftener than he does in
Honesty is the best policy, but he
who is governed by that maxim is not
n honest man.--Whately.
Foley's fHoney and Tar Compound
still remains its high place as the best
household remedy for all coughs and
:olds, either for children or grown per
sons. Prevents serious results from a
:old. Take only the genuine Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound, and refuse
substitutes." Dickson's Drug Store."
'Pa, what is philosophy?"
"Philosophy, my boy, Is the gentle art
of letting your creditors do all the wor
Before You Reach the Limit
of physical endurance and while your
:ondition is still curable, take Foley
Kidney Pills. Their quick action and
positiye results will delight you. For
backache, nervousness, rheumatism,
and all kidney, bladder and urinary
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"He used to be a straight enough
young chap. What made him get
crooked?" "Trying to make both ends
meet. I believe."-Exchange.
Foley's Kidney Remedy (Liquid)
is a great medicine of proven value for
both acute and chronic kidney and blad
der ailments. 1t is especially reco
mmended to elderly people for its won
d erful tonic and reconstructive quail
ties and the permanent relief and com
fort it gives them. Dickson's Drug
Handing Her One.
. al r .-That story you just told Is
about rifty years old. Maude-And
you haven't forgotten it in all that
To resent kindly rebuke is not a sign
of spirit, but of stupidity.
ed the guns of Capt. Rickett/s battery
and turned them on the enemy. He was
a recent graduate of the Citadel and
was also a guest of Capt. Outhbert. His
wifc is still living, and his only child
Col. utler Hlagood of Barnwell.
The 7th Georgia survivors may be
content with the honor thev claim but
I know of my own knowledge that the
2nd and 8th South Carohina regiments
of infantry captures Rickett's battery
at. tec Henry house on the battle fields
of aassas July 21st 18361. 1 remember
every little incident of that glorious
victory, the first and the most complete
ever won by the confederates. I remem
ber looking with pity and admiration en
four splendid grays shot down by .our
volley bleeding to death. Hagood was
very conspicous on that occasion.
D. W. BRA1LSFORD.
Forced To Leave Home.
Every year a large number of no<
sufferers. whose lungs are sore at
racked with coughs, are urgred to go 1
another climate. But this is costly ar
not always sure. There's a bctUC Wa
Let Dr. Kina's Dew Dibeovery ctc Sc
at home. "r cured Ineof Iun trouble.
writes W. Rt. Nelson, of Calamine, Ark
"when all else failed and I gained
pounds in weight. Its surely the kin
of all cough and lung cures." Thou!
ands owe their lives and health to i
I's nositively guaranteed for Coughs
all Throat and Lung troubles. 50c an
$1.00. Trial bottles free at all druggist
Misses Elthel Corbett, Zula Corbet
and Nonie Geddings left Saturday for
week's visit to Mrs Leslie Brunson a
St. Matthews. Miss Ethel will a
from there to Rock Hill on Tuesdai
where she is a-member of the Winthro
Mr. A. 1. Curtis of Wilmingto
spent the latter part of the week wit]
his parents here.
Dr. Nettles of Spartauburg spen
last week with his son Dr. L. J. Nel
In order to obtain a high school heri
another has to be added to the corpst
Miss Anne Belle DuRant of Elliotts ha
been elected to this position. She wil
serve also in the capacity of a musi
teacher, having graduated in same a
the Columbia coilege two years agc
She comes higbly recommended.
Mr. C. K. Curtis and Miss Eva Cur
tis spent the week-end with friends a
Mrs J. M. Hicks spent a few days o
last week at Greelyville with he
mother Mrs. Lewis.
Miss Florence Brunson, age fiftea
years, died at the home of M r. T. P
Ridgili last Thursday night, of a te
days illness with typhoid fever. Th<
funeral services were conducted by he:
pastor, Rev. M. J. Kyser Friday' after
5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any cas,
of Chills and Fever. Price, 25c.
See the list of satisfied Majesti
Range users in this paper.
Pine Shingles, Sawed.-New car jus
received. No. 2 at $2.50 per M., No.
at $1.50 per M. Nice stock. R. F
Epperson. Pinewood, S. C.
It will more than pay you for thi
time to read our large advertisement ii
this paper. Plowden Hardware Co. a
Farm Wanted-Several Marlbor<
farmers have asked to get them farm!
in Clarendon. Write me what yoi
have and best price. R. Cosby Newton
Bennettsville, S. C.
Don't forget to attend the Majesti<
Range Demonstration at our store, on(
week, September 25 to 30th. Plowder
5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any cast
of Chills and Fever. Price, 25c.
We want you to call at our stor(
during our Majestic Demonstratior
Week. September 25 to 30, and get
Souvenir Set of Majestic Ware. Plow
en Hardware Co.
For Sale-Will have a limitet
mount of Dixie Cotton Seed at $1.2Z
er bushel. This cotton wvill makE
more than one bale per acre and doe.
ot wilt or blight. Only cash orders
given attention. A. C. Davis, Davi!
Buy a range with a reputation ani
take advantage of our Free Offer dur
lg our Demonstration Week. Septem
ber 25 to 30. Come in and let us shov
you. Plotvden Hardware Co.
Money to Lend.-We have arrangei
to negotiate loans on first mortgages 01
farm property at 7 per cent interest
payable in annual installments. No com
mission is charged on these loans, onl:
the usual fees for preparation of paper
and examination of title. Lee & Moise
Sumter, S. C.
Get a Majestic Souvenir Set of- War
at Plowden Hardware Co's., store dur
ing demonstration week September 2
For Lease-Plantation of six hut
dred acres, two hundred cleared. Ha
eight room dwelling, 7 tenant houses
~gin, saw mill and wire pasture. Chea
to reliable man. Manning Realty an
Get a Free Majestic Souvenir-Se
our advertisement in this issue. Plop
den Hardware Co.
It's worth $8.00 to you to read our a
vertise in this paper so don't overloo
it. Plowden Hard ware Co.
Notice.-We will have arriving, Mor
day, September 11th, our first loadc
horses and mules for this season, wil
be glad to have you come and inspec
them, we will have as nice assortmer
as Mr. Harby can buy. Booth-Harb
Live Stock Co.. Sumter. S. C.
Come and see the great cooking wvor
der at our store ali next week. Yo
have a chance to get a Souvenir Set
Ware Free. See large advertisemner
in this paper. Plowden Hardware CC
Notice.--We will have arriving, Mor
day, September 11th. our first loadc
horses and mules for this season, wt.
be glad to have you come and inspec
them, we will have as nice assortmer
as Mr. Harby can buy. Booth-Harb
Live Stock Co., Sumter, S. C.
Drop in our store during our Majesti
Demonstration Week, September 25
,30, and let us show you why the Grea
and G3rand Majestic Range is the bes
on earth. A Souvenir Set of Wart
wrthg s8.00. given with every Majesti
Rane sld.Plowden Hardware Co.
Not a Word of Scandal
marred the call of a neighbor on Mrs
W. P. Spangh, of Manville. Wyo., wh
said: "she told me Dr. King's New Lii
Pills had cured her of obstinate kidne
trouble, and made her feel like a nea
woman." Easy, but sure remedy fc
stomach, liver and kidney' troubles
Only~ 25c at all druggists.
STATE OF SOUTH OAROLUNI
*County of Clarendon.
By James~M. Windham,. Esq., Pr<
* bate Judge.
WHEREAS Charlton DuRant mad
sit to me, to grant him Lettersc
Administration of the Estate ani
effects of Miss. Annie McCay.
THESE ARE THEREFORE, to cit
and admonish all and singular the kiu
dred and creditors of the said Mih
Annie McCay, deceased, that they b
and appear before me, in the Court<
Probate, to be'held dt M4anning on ti
5th dn.yg of.,October- next, after pub]
cation hereof, at 11 o'clock -in the fori
noon. to show cause, if any they havE
why the said administration should nc
Given under my hand. this 19th dIa
of September. A. D. 1911.
[s.L.] JAMES M1. WINDHAM.
d Many Manning Readers Haye Heard it and
d Profited Thereby.
, Goud news travels fast and the
thousaun.l of bad back sutferers in Man- I
ning are glad to learn that prompt rc
j lief is within their reach. Many a lame,
weak and aching back is bad no more,
tLanks to Doan's Kidney Pills. Our cit
izens are telling the good news of their
experience with the Old Quaker Rem
d edy. Here is an example worth read
W. R. White, S. Boundery, St., Man
ning, S. C., says: "I can confirm tme
statement I gave regarding Doan's Kid
ney Pills in March 1908 and again say
.t that this remedy acts just as represent
a ed. I useG Doan's Kidney Pills occas
t ionally when in need of them and they
always help me. At one time my kid
0 neys were so weak that I had but little
, control over the kidney secretions. I
suffered constantly from backaebe and
pains across my loins and mornings I
was so lame and sore that it was hard
n for me to dress. If I sat down for a lit
i tle while, I had to lift myself up by
main force. Nothing ever helped me
until I used Doan's Kidney Pills. They
restored my kidneys to a normal condi
tion and corrected all the other symp
toms of my complaint."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
s New York, sole agents for the United
a Remember the name-Doan's-and
t take no other.
No Need to Stop Work.
When your doctor orders you to stop
t work. it staggers you. "I can't" you
say. You know you are week, run-down
f and failing in health, day by day, but
you must work as long as you can stand.
What you need is Electric Bitters to
give tone, strength, and vigor to your
I system, to prevent breakdown and build
you up. Don't be weak, sickly or ailing
when Electric Bitters will benefit you
from the first dose. Thousands bless
them for their glorious health and
' strength. Try them. Every bottle is
guaranteed to satisfy. Only 50c at all
Fire and sword are but slow engines
of destruction in comparison with the
A Dreadful Sight
to H. J. Barnum, of Freeville, N. Y.,
was the fever-sore that bad plagued his
life for years in spite of many remedie's
3 he tried. At last he used Bucklen's Ar
nica Salve and wrote: "it has entirely
healed with scarcely a scare left." Heals
Burns, Boils, Eczema, Cuts. Bruises,
Swellings, Corns and Piles like magic.
Only 25c at all druggists.
All persons holding claims against
Rev. D. Huoks, of Pinewood, S. C.,
lately deceased, are hereby required
to present the same duly attested to
the undersigned within the time fixed
by statute; and all persons indebted
to said Rev. D. Hacks are requested
to make immediate payment to
A. E. GOLDFINCH,
Conway, S. C., September 6th, 1911
Notice of Discharge.
We will apply to the Judge of Pro
bate for Clarendon county, on the
day of October 1911, for letters of dis
charge as administrators of the es
tate of Samuel A. Rigby, deceased.
JoSEPH W. RIGBY,
A LFoiNSo J. RIeBY,
Mfanningr. S. C., September 12, 1911.
Time means Bookkeeping Time.
To Farmers and Merchants:
1We have antipicpated your
wants this season and am fully
prepared to furnish you with
s exactly the right ki: of Book
for your bookkeeping.
Wve handle everything in
SLedgers from the small 5c. to
$5 1,000 page Ledger.
Receipt Books, Notes, Drafts,
Time Books, Wash Lists, and
-in fact everything you could
Spossibly need for this fall's busi
:1 We have the very fullest lhne
of Stationery in Clarendon
e County: So save time and money
-by coming here first.
Manning, S. C.
-W. T. LESESNE. P. B. MOUZON.
We have opened a first class
fBeef Market in the building
t recently occupied by the laun
-dry and hope for a share of
Iyour patronage. Satisfaction
f "guaranteed, Everything kept
Sclean and up-to-date :::
Come to see us.
Skl Di8803 ?
He would be a heartless father in
o deed, who did not allay baby's suffer
e ing as did Mr. E. M. Bogen of Enter
y prise. Miss. He says:
SMy baby was troubled with break
r ing out', something like seven-year itch.
;.We used all ordinary remedies, but
nothing seemed to no any good until
I tried HUNT'S CURE and in a few
days all symptoms disappeaved and now
baby is enjoying the best of health."
Price 50c. per box.
Manufactured and Guaranteed by
A. B3. Richards Medicine Co.,
IW. K TAVEL,
Sumter, S. C.
A HOME PRODUCT
We are no strangers to the people of Manning and
Clarendon County. Having been born and reared in old
Clarendon, and have spent more than sixteen years be
hind the counter in Manning, we have many friends
who are giving us encouragement and support in
our new enterprise and we take this opportunity of ex
pressing our appreciation.
We know that we have many friends, but we are not
doing business on friendship, but sdlicit your busin'ess on
merit, and merit alone. We stand for honest methods in
merchandising; we stand for truthfulness at all times; we
stand for no misrepresentation of our goods; we stand for
a square deal every time; we pit ourselves squarely
against all comers and will meet all legitimate competi
tion. Positively no one can undersell us on reliable,
We have a full line of Cluett-Peabody & Co.'s Arrow
Brind Collars and Cuffs-Collars 2 for 25c; Cuffs, 25c. pair.
We have a full line of Pointed .Brand Hats-prices
from $2 to $3-John B. Stetson Hats, $3.50.
We have a line of Warner Bro.'s Rust Proof Corsets,
prices, $1 and $1.50.
We have a full line of Craddock Terry Co.'s "Long
Wear Shoes" as well as other well-known' brands and
the prices are figured close.
We have a beautiful line of Ladies' Ready-made
Waists, House Dresses and Muslin underwear at very
Silver-bleached Damask 72 inches wide with Napkins
to match at $1 per yard.
Cream, All-Linen Damask 72 inches wide at 50c.' per
We are expecting daily a full line of Ladies' Coat
Suits and Children's Dresses.
We have a full line of the old reliable Bates Ging
ham, price 12 1-2c. yard. These goods are sold under a
guarantee, that they will not fade, and in case they do
we will replace the goods, and pay for the making of the
Also a fall line of Dress and Domestic Ginghams, at
Give us a look when in need of Curtain Goods; we
have a complete line of these goods and the prices are
lower than usual.
We have a very strong showing of Towels, prices from
10c. to 50c. each.
Don't miss Jenkinson's, you'll get better values than
you are led to expect.
White Front Store. Brown Block.
(We want your confidence more than your
money; we shall have them both for we shall
Drawing the Lucky Number. Eyerybody stands the same
[chance in that way.
Every purchase of $1.00 gets a chance on our
SPiano. We give tickets for any amount you buy at any -
time, when you get $1.C3 worth of tickets bring
them for chances on Piano. Lucky Number will be drawn
[from box on December 23, 1911, and customer holding
corresponding Number gets the $450.00 Piano absolutely
Watch for the Big White Goods and Domestic Sale.
iT PAYS TO TRADE ATI
SRigby Dry Gioods Co.