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DO YOU READ?
WE HAVE THEM!
TIhe ltest pouular fietilon by
s ch authors as lobert W. Cham
.Mvrtle Reed, Hallie E.
ees. John Fox. .Tr, . ames
Ailen -an- EdIward S. Field.
a:he popu ar pric-e of
64. LURS U
Suecial prices to Boo- Clubs.
Stev in and look over our line.
li vcu ca' find the one you
waut we will -et it for you if its
MAii(111i1igo Grocery Co.
Mr. D. Hirschmann is on the north
Mr. and Mrs. .J. MeD. McFaddin are
at Glenn Springs.
Ton. J. C. Lanham. of Summerton
w.s n town yesterday morning.
The Presbyterians of Sardinia are
about. completing a new manse.
Mrs. C. S. Ri-by is visiting her sister
Mrs. S. A. Harvin at Privateer.
Mr. Edwyn Johnson of Greenville, is
in Manning on a visit to his parents.
Mrs. Louis Levi is visiting her
motber. Mrs. Rosenberg at Abbeville.
Mr. Eugene Young. of Cameron, is
ill at the home of his mother in Man
Mr. J. P. Brewer of Bloomnville lost
two line mules last week from blind
Mr. H. R. Boger has returned from
a pleasant visit to his old home. Con
cord, N. C.
Mrs. D. D. Salley of Orangeburg is
visiting her parents in Manning, Mr.
and M1rs. C. R~. Harvin.
Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Hawkins, with
their daughter. Elese. of Aiken, are
visiting relatives in the county.
There are some communications we
were compelled to leave out because (of
not being able to get the type up.
The Abrams store. after being closed
for several months, threw open its
doors yesterday, and is now ready to
Mi1ss Clara Williams of M1iiledge
ville, Ga., is in Manning visiting her
sister Mrs. T. M. Mouzon. Miss Wil
liams is al ways a welcomed visitor here.
M1rs. 3. L. Broad way. of Jackson
ville, Fia., was in Manning yesterday.
Mrs. Broadway was formerly a Miss
Harvin of the western section of this
Died, at his home in Mayesviile last
Miondav. Dr. Robert M. Mluldrow, aged
abo~r S60 years. The deceased was well
known to many in the northern portion
The newspapner reader who has no
mercy for one who has :o sit and dig
out matter for the editication of the
public is without a sQul. and his or her
chances for celestia! bliss is slim.
Miss Mol!ie Young. of Andre ws, S.
C., after stueuding a week with friends
in Manning, left Sunday for an ex
tended visit, to friends and relatives
in the Turbevil!e and Shiloh sectio.
Louis Mouzon. a neirro servant of the
Huggins family, died inst Thursday.
Louis muns: have been near ~0 years of
age. He was a faithful servant, and
had many freind~s among the white
Marrie~d in Columbia last Thursday,
Majo'r Henryi Bucil Richardson,
for:ueriv of Pine .woo, ar~LI Mi Julia
couple haegn o u1pa or
and wi: reman abml sliOtober,
itis e~eua *.-. . .n t e ediitoris~
felicitated on hisetora:~eraces~
by a geta ( we. Thi' Vy g fy
i~ htncidn occu~red :o The Times
the aturo( of' a ''ool womban it ma't.
ters t ow wema be.. condem'nued by
those w: ohogn: ,lnda. vWil no:.
Some oine ma7ied to us a few verses
fromt Davis Statier, but a; they aid not
have thenam nfte wvr: er accomupa
nving them, they went the way all
nam'eles a.ee go when they reach
a es-er ovice. We have time and
agai ca~tos aginst sending any
thin to this. u.nlee withut the name
*heri Gamie wi leave to nigh:
for~ Wilmngtn. . C. :o b::u back
Tucker ( G aa. alias .John Jamecs.
who on th ('h ofti othot and
serious- on-dItl ily and
serious' " uIt ma wtarzor, an
on the 1:hh heso'-d rnle, and
shot un t call boxes aong the road
i-n fl th'ano I.ecton.
We u:de.ndthr i one of the~
legislaie :ddisi :i coumty
who~ tho "'"''1 E:Bouh h
Died at his home in Summerton last
Sunday, Mr. Edward P. Briggs, aged
about 55 years. The deceased had been
in il health for a good while, but be I
managed to keep coing until a few;
days ago. The funeral took place at St.
Marks E-iscopal church. near Fulton.
IHe 1--it a widow and several children.
We direct attention to the card of
M 1. D. Baird of Turbeville. as a
andidate for the oice of Magistrate
in the "Turbeville Judicial Circuit.'
Mr. Baird, in a note to us says he has
turned into the treasury more fines and,
costs in his first term than was turned
in by 1his Predecessor in 16 years. Evi
dentiv the business has increased.
We renroduce the letter written to
the Columbia State by W. M. Jones for
the benellt of our readers, so they may
see that men who hold opposite politi
cal views can refuse to be willing tO
endorse. the methods now employed to
bring this State into disrepute abroad.
It was our desire to have this letter plac
eu on the outside pages, but our request
There were three good games of ball
played in Manning Wednesday, Thurs
day and Friday of last week between
the .lechanics of Columbia and the ;
local team. The tirst game resulted in 0
a score of 1 to 0 in favor of the visitors.
Thurslav's game resulted in favor of
Manninz by a score of 7 to 1, and Fri- 3
dav's gane was a tIe score 3 to 3. The a
boys had to leave on the evening train. 0
.\lagstrates are now required by law '
to report to the county treasurer all 0
tines coliected by them, and from whom v
collected. They must make an itemized
statement. and be must publish the
same in January, April, July and Octo
aer of each year. The law is on page S
63S of the Acts of 1912. This is im- a
portant for the magistrates and wesug
gest that they send in their reports to
the treasurer in accordance tberewith.
Jame3 Harper McKnight was born in
Clare.xion c.,unty and died suddenly.
May 2nd. 1912 at his home near Man
ni;g. He was a worthy citizen true to
his fellow man exemplifying an humble
Christian life. He has gone from
among us and entered into the reward
of the righteous. leavirg with us the
memory of youthful joy and happiness C
of maturer years. He leaves a devoted
Christian wife that made his home,
sweet home and the first station this
side of paradise. May God's richest d
blessing sustain the bereaved widow in
her sad afiliction. and may she see be
yond this vale of tears the kindly hand a
of a precious Saviour. Three brothers
and three sisters still live all Christians
awaiting the gathering beyond this
vale of tears, reunited family kindred
and friends. R.
Whe -eas, It has pleased Almighty
God to remove from earth, our friend z
and brother. Chas. K. Curtis, and V
Whereas, We desire to place on rec- g
ord the sense of loss which we feel in B
the demise of our brother, who pos- v
essed traits of character wortlAy of
our emulation. Now, therefore, be it b
Resolved, That in the death of our
Brother this lodge has sustained a dis
tinet loss, many of its membership a n
personal friend; that we mourn the loss ,
of our Brother. but at the same time
we humbly bow to the will of a merci
fu and aliwise God who does not err. .i
Be it resolved further, that the love
a.nd sympathy of the entire lodge be h
exterded to the bereaved family; that
a page in the minute book of the lodge c:
be given to his memory and these reso- ti
lutions be spread thereon, and a copy a
thereof be sent to the bereaved family, si
ad also printed in the papers. v
Jxo. W. LESESN.E, ti
W. D. McCLARY, tl
J. FRED LANHAM, h
Summerton Lodge. No 105, A. F. M. h
Summer ton, S. C.. July 22nd. 1912. a
Died after a short illness, at his home
in Charleston, J uly 16th, little Carlie A
LeGrand. the 18th month old son of a
Mr and M1rs. B. T. Tucker. P
His remains were laid to rest at Jor
:an cemetery at 10 o'clock Wednesday h
All that loving hands and medical
skill could do. was done, but darling
little Carlie did not come to stay, with
us no longer. Tbe bereaved family
have our entire sympathy, and hope ji
they will meet their dear little angel 14
when the surges cease to roll. 1
Death rides on every passing breeze; a
And lurks in every fiower. C
Each season hats its own disease.
Its peril every hour.
When we see a precious blossoms,
That we tended with such care,
Rudely taken from our bosom;
How our aching hearts despair; I
Round its little grave we linger. s
Till the setting sun is low,r
Feeling all our hopes have perished *
With the flower we cherished so.
A loving cousin, e
REBECCA BAGNALL. li
A Big Barbecue.
Thle Panolaites are making alaborate
preparations for a red letter day on the
30th; inst.. for the benefit of Andrews a
chapel church. These Panola and c
Siver people whenever they go at r
anthiu in the nature of entertain
mentthey do it whole-souledly, and
eervbodv is made to have a good time.
(Ohe of the attractions for this occasion
is a huge barbecue prepared by an ex
ert barbe'cuist. They have also se
ured the services of two distinguish- E
ed citize-ns to deltver addresses. Hon. v
E. J. W atson the Stat e Commissioner of
Agriculture, who Is famous throughout
the United States and Europe for his
inteligent interest in gathering infor- t
mation for the benetit of the agrienl- e
ural interests, and, he has done more
to advertise the resources of this State
than ali of its newspapers and thej5
other mietiods combined. Colonel
Watson is a spl-ndid speaker, he t
will entertain his hearers with
something which will be of bene-.
ft to them. Watson has spoken in more
Stts of 'he American Union than. f
an other man except Tillmnan, and
wereVer hie went. iuere remaned a
standi n1 nvtat ion for him to return.
So we say the committee in charge of
affair are fortunate to have securedf
hm for their festivities. Hon. George
. Legare. otur popular congres:,man,
is alo to be a guest and will speak. Mr..
Leare is a lawyer by profession, but a
far mer fromn choice. He has one of the1,
the nicest farm of th low country,t
and hie :akes great' pride in cattle rais-,
. e earded an authority on l
un eet and wile in cor'gress he H
dev~ssa lrgeportion of his time in
euiurl department watching
he new exper'iments so that he1
.a''ain hs cons'tuen:s of thema.
deliver~ an ddress that wil! be
e erainin an in'ruivve. So we say1
peo.....o..'...uer th county~
Mui e t l'rl othearh par-!
to:- of he ari-cueand earthe
, l..ehu of. Hon. E. J1. WVatson and
Another 1. J. In The Field.
I would like to know who is paying
1r. -T. J. Cantey to make such foul a
lasts on Jones' horn as he did last
veek. He seems to' be gone astray, or
,he moon has got in its work upon his 3
wer-taxed brain judging from the JO
anguage he used. One would judge P
,hat the whole of Summerton are f
rones men, or some of them would in- b
orm Mr. Cantey that there are many l.v
n that town who are do not agree with tb
im in characterizing them as "damn h
ouls." I am yet to believe that the Of
)eople of Summerton are any different w
rom the general run of the well behav- tI
d of other places. I do not think it It
vould be healthy for Mr. Cantey to u]
'ome to Davis Station and make use of H
uch words for some of the boys would dE
rovide a dentist with a job soon after. su
Ve have some Jones men here too, but mi2
boy are sensible gentlemen who would ut
ot think to call those "damn fools" just o0
ecause they differ with them in politics. ni
f Mr. Cantey wants to swell the Jones m
arty he will ha've to go at it in some al
ther way, abuse neighbors gets noth- P<
3g for anyone or anything. There are L
ast as good Jones men as those who di
re going to vote for Blease regardless CE
I the opinion of Mr. Cantey. Blease P2
-as elected two years ago by a majority of
f the white voters of the State, and it
rould take convincing argument to sa
iske me believe that the majority of pc
ais people are "damn fools." This it;
,me majority is going to elect him th
Mr. Cantey, politics is a queer thing an
3 this day and time, but I have seen m
b.e day when we one-gallused wool- th
atterz were led to the polls by some of in
he old-liners, they would write our iaS
ickets and vote us as they pleased, se
ben we were fools sure enoug h, but tbat di
ay is eone and the people are doing ca
heir own independent thinking, thank B
od. You know there are some of Mr.
antey's kind of "damn fools" who
aink they can vote as they please, dc
nd I am one of these. I will vote for he
ole L. Blease for Governor if I live to al
e the day, and will ao all I can to get c
iy friends to do the same. SO
Now as to the voters of Newberry I in
o not know many of them, but the few pr
do know are gentlemen as good as we ev
ave in Clarendon and as intelligent. ob
ad they too are going to vote for Gov- ar
rnor Blease. th
Yours Very Truly, wi
J. J. GARDNER. io:
Davis Station, July 22nd, 1912. g0
hn Gill Gives Encouragement to Roosevelt. re
Manning gets into the political lime- hi
ght through one of her colored citi- di
ns John Gill. He went to the Chicago hi
>nvention which nominated Taft a- at
%instJohn's will, and then he joined the of
;ull Moose party headed by Col. Roose- go
lt, and no doubt he well be his right e
:wer should the Colonel get in a posi- ic
on to have a right bower. You simp
can't lose John Gill, as the following no
om the local correspondent to the mi
ewspaper which is edited by the man to
homn the dictagraph says was run out p
bed in Washington by Sam Nicolls. 1
Manning, July 22-Special: The Na- th
onal Progressive party, as headed by isl
>hn Gill. colored, of this county, met up
are Saturday-and effected temporary gr
ganization. Taking as indicative the d
owd that attended, Gill seems to have d
ings coming his way. Be says that th
2e-third of the Democrats and two- to
irds of the Republicans are going to i
>te the National Progressive ticket.
ill attended The Republican Conven- cot
on in Chicago as an alternate from ]
ds State. He was a Roosevelt ad- i,
erent, but he said thr, Taft steam rol
r smothered bim so completely that th
e is just getting over it. Gill gives it les
his opinion that the two biggest men no
the United States to-day are Theo- ca1
yre Roosevelt and W. J. Bryan. o
The meeting here Saturday is report
I to have been quite orderly consider- thi
g the large crowd in attendance. R. esi
..White, a very conservative man and thi
recognized leader among the negroth
pulation addressed the meeting, after
hich he was elected county chairman tOC
the Progressive party. John Gill ex- w
bited the following letters recently lat
~ceived by him: S
The Outlook. a
287 4th Avenue, New' York. ar
Omeie of t
My Dear Mr. Gill: I must send you is
st one liue of personal thanks for your.
tter. I have taken the liberty of send- T
g it to Senator Dixon. Would you tic
ind getting into touch with him? His ex
idress is Manhattan Hotel, New York tic
ity. Faithfully y-ours.
(Signed) Theodore Roosevelt. ca
Mr. John M. Gill, Manning, S. C. E
National Progressive Headquaters- ca:
Manhattan Hotel, New York, di<
July, 16, 1912. mt
dr. John .M. Gill, Manning, S. C.-My wi
ear Sir: Col. Roosevelt is at present.
ioverwhelmed with mail that he has ite
aquested me to reply to your very kind ar
He feels very much encouraged by lv
our support and hopes that you will j
yoperate with those actively at work
ithe progressive cause in your State, th
nd that you will continue to give the th
'roressive cause the benefit of your "3
itluence and enthusiasm. Sincerely
(Signed) George Emlen Roosevelt. mi
Gill stated that another meeting will la,
e held here soon, at which every pre- ye
ict in the county is expected to be
TUR BEVIL LE. d
Crons around here is still looking cl
ue, but on account of so much rain it
rill fail somewhat.
Mrs. Minnie Bar6eld and little May
tho have been visiting at the home of
deir cousin Mr. and Mrs. H. L. John- t
ton returned home on inst Wednesday la
Mr. Billie Lavender of New Zion we d
re proud to say he is improving andb
re hope he will soon be able to attend
o his business.
Mr. Bud Gibbons of this place is very l
l at present with typhoid malaria
ever, and life is not expected, we hear
day he is dying. Tbis sad family m
ave the sympathy of the whole comn
unity in their hour of sad amiction. ~
Miss Bessie Barrow of New Zion is y
isiting at the home of Dr. I. W. Pitt
Miss Audrie McClam who has beenC
isiting her cousin Miss Ila Coker re- 01
urned home last Wednesday accom
>anied by Miss Ila Cokrer who will W
pend a while up there with friends
.ir. T. H. Tim~mons of Manning spent
he night with Mr. HI. L. .Johnston last!9
'hursday night and attended the Hfud-!
;on picnic the follow ing da..
Miss Orilla JTohniston will celebrate
I"r birthday August 2nd, with a birth
3a party and we hope a large crowdj
Cousin Willie Takes a Hand.
Editor The Manning Times:-Ther<
e times when men feel called upon t
ve expression to their vi: .s on sub
cts of a public nature, and in m3
dgment this is one of the times, es
,cially so, since your corresponden
om Summerton, Mr. J. J. Cantey, ha!
!en allowed to express himself so free
. Cantcy seems to be of a mold tha1
ink thev are as your headline ovei
s article indicates, the "embodimen1
wisdom," and those who do not agree
ith him are either fools or knaves
ey are either ignorant or dishonest.
is a pity there are such creatures
)on this earth, but in the wisdom ol
im who doeth all things well, He
emed it wise to put upon this earth
ch as J. J. Cantey-it is one of the
vsteries that human kind has beer
table to fathom, not. even with the aid
scienee or the modern appliances tc
ake researches. Man has invented a
achine called the X Ray which gives
insight to the human system, it even
netrates the rocks and lays bare the
ings within, but there has never been
scovered any reason why this J. J.
Ltey WaS brought here to pester a
.tient public with his insolent abuse
those who differ with him.
Mr. Editor, I may be pardoned for
ying that I am surprised at you for
rmitting this creature to use profan
r in your newspaper, but I suppose
at you reason it out on the line that
u are conducting a public newspaner
d it is for all kinds of people, or you
y have permitted it becauso you saw
at the language he used was in keep
with a great many who have the
me political views, but have too much
nse to publicly express themselves as
I this Summerton lawyer. I do not
re how a man votes whether he is for
ease or Jones, it is his own business,
d his right to vote as he pleases, but
ien be says I am a -fool because I
not see fit to vote as he does I hope
will not give me his opinion person
y, 'as I might be tempted to do as a
usin of mine did on one occasion in
mter-resort to kicking; it is a fail
of the Raffield family to kick to ex
ess their objections, in fact, almost
erybody registers a kick when they
ject to something, but we Raffields
e especially addicted to this habit,
erefore I say that I hope Mr. Cantey
11 not repeat in my presence his opin
1 of those who vote for Blease. I am
ing to vote for Governor Blease, be
se I am sure the man is deserving a
=od term, his enemies did all in their
wer to prevent him from carrving out
; promises to the people, they not only
I this, but they bave attempted to rob
n of his character, and they are daily
.empting to besmirch the characters
those who have faith in him. I am
ing to vote for Blease because the
:islature converted itself into a polit
,1 conspiracy to defeat him, and I am
going to vote for a man who was a
^ber of that body who lent himself
this contemptible outrage. The pea.
know full well who these men are,
my watched the proceedings of the leg
ature, and if these men were to stand
and swear until their faces turned
een I would not have any more confi
ace in them, so far as I an concerned,
Sback of my hand has been turned
them, and I believe this is the feel
Sof every Blease supporter in the
do not think the Bieaseites are go
Sto let those fellows slip in, even if
Jonesites have centered upon their
islative ticket to vote far solidly. I
ice the Jonesites have only three
~didates in the Seld, and the 'ast one
them has been instructed to 'close
ir eyes and hold their noses, if nec
ary, but vote the ticket solid, just as
y did in the county convention, but
Blease men are not asleep and they
are going to know who to vote for
en it conies to selecting their legis
ive ticket; they will convince this
mmerton lawyer Cantey, that they
not such --fools as he advertises
m to be.
'he only danger the Bleasites have,
nbt watching some who are pretend
to be friends, but before the elec
n comes on these pretenders will be
posed, and there will be no fixing
gets by them sure. The plan used to
ture the convention will not work in
Sprimary; then, the Bleaseites didn't
,e who went to the convention, they
n't care whether they went tramp
Sin or sneaked their way in, but
Len it comes to the vote every Blease
will be on the job, and, those who
under obligations to their land lords
employers, will vote as independent
as will those from whom they get ad
ces or rent. It is known already
st certain men-poor men have been
reatened, but they need have no rear
ou can't keep a working man down."
Dantey, Summerton's legal light
tch compared to an electric light
i great stress on the'things J ones ad
cates; the Torrens systemn.anti the em
>ees liability Act, the Torrens sys
a may or muy not be airight, very
w understand it, I doubt if Cantey un
rstands it, with all of his learning.
d the liability Act as the Judge
ims to advocate, would get kicked
t of the suoreme court as slick as was
e Cotton Warehouse A ct recently
ssed for the benefit of the masses.
2e idea of Judge Jones or Mr. Cantey
ing to make people believe that a
w that would force mill owners to pay
mages without going into court, can
passed by a mill and railroad con
lled legislature, is so absurd that
aen the subject is proposed it gets the
ugh of derision.
Now Mr. Editor, I want to say fox
any of your readers that we appreciate
r course throughout this trying cam
.ign, you do not use the columns of
ur paper to villify your opponunts,
>r do you indulge in misrepresenta
n; if all of the newspapers in South:
~roina will do as you do, the readerL
them would be able to better judge
our political condition, and too, suct
iseacres as the pettifogger of Summer
n would not hiave the nerve to rusi
.to print to cast aspersions upon met
ho have more common sense than t<
aagine that those who disagree witi
iem are disonest or -fools.
nnr.. nalds Prentsni Pneumonia
It is rather interesting to know how
a color can be briken up into its con
stituent parts. Take. for instance,
mauve or nile gren. low can.any one
tell just what different colored lights
Compose such a color? It is all done
with the prism. that wonderful little
three sided piece of glass used iu spec- -
troscopes and other instruments. It is I
-one on the same principle as the
analysis of sunlight is accomplished by
little particles of water in showing the
rainbow. There are only seven pri
mary lights. If sunlight containing all
colors falls on a red object all the col- -
ars but red are absorbed, the red being
refjected to our eyes, so we say the ob
ject Is red. The prism will not split
up red into any other colors, for it is a
primary color. So Is blue. But if pur
ple be tried we get two colors apart,
blue and red. We do not find- purple
In the spectrum, so any color not found
In the spectrum of sunlight is known
to be a compound one. It can always
be analyzed by the prism.-St. Louis
Lincoln and Sumner. r
Lincoln was modestly proud of his
stature and of the efect of the phys
kal man, especially when actuated by
noble sentimeuts. He used to speak of
his height to every tall man he met
and to propose measuring, another
guileless habit of self gratification.
The only refusal he is known to have
received was from Charles Sumner, d
who was also tall and proud of his
height. Sumner was worrying the pres
ident, as he often did, about some per
plexing matter when Lincoln abruptly r
challenged him to measure. "Sumner
declined." said Lincoln. "making a line
speech about this being the time for .j
uniting our fronts against the enemy
and not our backs. But I guess he I
was afraid, though he is a good piece
of a man. I have never had much to
do with bishops where I live: but, do
you know. Sumner is my idea of a
Didn't Know How Happy He Was. r
George Arliss, himself a Britisber, P
delights In telling stories about his
countrymen. especially of the 'Arry
and 'Arriet type.
"One day." says he, -I was on Hamp
stead heath and heard the following C
conversation between these purely
"Said the man: 'Blow me, 'Arriet,
'ow tired I feel! Miserable too! Wish 0
I'd never been born! Now I've been t
born, wish I was dead again!'
"'W'at's the matter with yerT asked'
'Arriet. 'W'at yer grumblin' at? Why, .
w'at on earth would yer 'ave? Yer J
was drunk-. on Monday and again on -
Wednesday, and I'm blessed if yer
'aven't 'ad more than enough today!
If that ain't enough pleasure for yer r
I don't know w'at is. I suppose yer .A
want to be a downright hangel 'ere on C
earth!'"-Chicago Rerord-Herall. -
"Martha's" Debt to the Cook. r
Writing of Friedrich von Flotow, the -
composer of "Martha," Dr. Adolf Ko- 0:
hut says that Flotow's parents intend
ed that he should enter the diplomatic d
service, but that- the love for music O
and the discovery of his talent changed -
the parental plans. Among the anec -
dotes which his biographer relates is .
this: "One day when 'Martha' was in
the making he said to me: 'I sat at the tI
piano and played over and over again .
a melody which I wanted to make use t
of. but in no form of the many which
I had given it did it appeal to me. Aft-.
er hours I arose in disgust and then
heard the cook on the other side of the
hail sing my melody, giving it a pe
cullar twist. That will be popular, I
said, wrote it down, and so it stands.'"
-New York Tribune. J
BUSINESS LOCALS. 5
Rub-My-Tism will cure you.r
For Sale.--Two Jersey Milch Cows.
Apply to Mrs. A. S. Briggs, Manning. L
For Sale-Two town Lots. for-meriiy
Bradham lots. cheap to quick pur
chaser. Apply to Mrs. A. Abrams.
Itch relieved in 30 minutes by Wool
ford's Sanitary Lotion. Never- fails. ri
Sold by Dickson Drug Co., dr-uggists.
5 or 6 doses 666 will break any case
of Chills and Fever; and if taken then .
as a tonic the Feve'r will not return. t
Price 25c. I
For Sale.-12 X 12 Liddell Automatic ]
Engine. 7 X 12 Atlas Engine. 9 X 12 ji;
Chandler & Taylor Engine. All in fine
condition. Also two good mules. W'
Farm Wanted-Several Marlboro U
farmers have asked to get them farams ~
in Clarendon. Write me what you -
have and best price. R. Cosby Newton.!
Bennettsville. S. C r
For Sale.-One Munger- Ginning Out- 2
fit, engine and boiler- in good onadition. n
located at Pinewood, S. C. Address 1
Levi Bros., Sumter, S. C.. or call on
R. M. Brailsford Pinewood. S. C. ..
Rub-N]y-Tism will cure you. ]
Woodrow Wilson, The Story of his Y
life, $1.00: The World's Work for one t
year, $3.00. both $3.25. Write the
Sumter Magazine Agency. Sumter. S.
C., for rates on any magazine or news
paper published. We want to make
ft-lends, lets get together.
IWe as he publec to pon out a het
ter- investment for- the .maat of the
mony than the premium for i nsurance
in a good comp~any. A u while we don't i
say that vour-house ::lire would be a
streak of good lack, we do .say that -a
live policy is the best next thing to it.
If not insured. call or- send pon'dL. and
Manning, S. C.
For Infants and. Childtren.
The Kind You Havie Alway' Bougi
FOR CLERK OF COURT.
r HEIEBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for the entre of Clerk of Court for
*larendon County. subject to the rules of the
T. MITCH WELLS.
D LEDGING TO ABIDE BY THE RULES
of the Democratic Primary. I hereby an
ounce myself a candidate for re election to the
ffice of Clerk of Court of Clarendon County.
ARCHIE I. BARRON.
[ ANNOUT.NCE 'MYSELF A CANDIDATE
for the ofthee of Clerk of Court. subject to
he rules of the Democratic Primary.
J. H. TIMMONS.
FOR COUNTY SUPERVISOR.
r AM A CANDIDATE FOR THE OFFICE
L of County Supervisor for Clarendon County.
ubje.ct to the rules of the Demjcratic party.
FRANK P. ERVIN.
A T THE EARNEST SOLICITATION OF
my frieuds I announce myself as a Candi
ate for Supervisor of Clarendon County, sub
ct to the rules of the Democratic primary.
W. R. DAVIS.
P0 The Voters of Clarendon County:
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
he ofilee of County Supervisor of Clarendon
ounty. subject to the action of the Democratic
rimar:y. I was a candidate or this oftice eight
ears ugo. and was defeated only by a very few
otes. I have since felt very grateful to the
cople for the support given mein that election
ad in submitin: my candidacy I do so entirely
n m- own merit. and upon this I ask the sup
ort of the people of tho county. and if elected.
promise to look closely after every section
f the county and .o faithfully discharge every
uty of the of7ce to the best of my ability.
H. L. JOHNSTON.
HEREBY ANNOUNCE 'MYSELF A CAN
didate for County Supervisor. subjecs to the
ules of the Democratic Primary.
J. B. HOLLADAY.
A T THE REQUEST OF A NUMBER OF
i citizens I have consented to be a candidate
)r the oftlee of County Supervisor, subject to
ac rules of the Democratic prImary. If chosen
shall endeavor to exercise the same business
idgment that I have in my private affairs.
CALVIN J. HALEY.
FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION.
- AEREBY ANNOUNCE 'MYSELF A CAN
. didate for re-electon to the office of County
uperintendent of Education, subject to the
iles and regulations governin- our Democratic
rimaries. E. J. BROWNE.
"UBJECT TO THE RULES OF THE DEMO
; cratic party. I hereby ofer myself for re
lection to the offce of Sheriff of Clarendon
ountv. E. B. GAMBLE.
HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A-CAN
didate for re-election to the office of Solicitor
Third Judicial Circuit. subject to the rules of
1e Democratic primary.
PHILIP H. STOLL.
-HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for the office of Solicitor for the Third
idicial Circuit. subject to the rules of the Dem
:ratic primarv. THOS. H. TATUM.
O THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF CLAR
endon County: I wish to announce that I
n a Candidate for the office of Coroney for
arendon County. subject to the rules that
)vern the Primary election.
HARVEY C. BAGGETT.
O THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF CLAR
L ENDON COUNTY:
Feelin. that I can discharge the duties of the
!ice of Coroner with honor to myself and credit
> the county. I hereby announce myself as a
mndidate for the ctilce of Coroaer for Claren
n county. pledging myself to abide the result
'the Democratic Primary.
JOHN L. JOHNSON.
'HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN. -
.didate for Coroner of Clarendon County. sub
ct to the rules of the Democratic primary. I6
n a graduate of Cedar Springs Institute for
ae deaf and the blind. I performed all of the
.ities that was assigned to me there. I have
so made a good moral character here in the
exn of 31annin::
THEODORE V. GRAY.
FOR HOUSE0OF REPRESENTATIVES.
'HEREBY ANNOUNCE MIYSELF A CAN
.didate for the House of Representatives.
ibject to the rules of the Democratic party.
HEREBY ANNOUNCE MIYSELF A CAN.
didate for the House of Representatives.
ibject to the rules of the Democratic Primary.
3HERE WILL BE QUESTION~S oF I.I
-portance to come up in the next general as
mbly. and with my practical experience as a
egislator. I feel that I can be of service. I
erefore announce myself a candidate for the
ouse of Representatires, subject to the decis
a of the Democratic Primary.
'ANNOUNCE 31YSELF A CANDIDATE
.for re-election to the House of Representa
ues from Ciarendon county. subject to the
tes g;overningt the Democratic Primary.
HENRY BS. RICHARDSON. JR.
ANNOUNCE M1YSELF AS A CA NDIDATE
,for re-election to the House of Representa
res. subject to rules of the Democratic pri
ari. JAMES REAVES.
HEREBY ANNOUNCE MIYSELF A CAN
,didate for the House of Representatives sub
et, to tae rules of the Democratic Primary.
E. M. KENMEUY.
ANNOU:NCE MYSELF A ADIDATE
,for re-election to the Houise of Representa
ces. subject to the rules of the Democratic
irty.. HARYEY W. MITCHUML
[O THE VOTERS OF MANNING JUDI
cial D istrict:-Proiisingt to abide the re
lt of the Democratic primary. I hereby an- -
>uinec myself a candidate for the office of Mag
trate at MIanninnr.
EDGAR DICKSON. 4
-RESPECTFULLY -\SI 'r DEMCRAT
.i voters of the M1anning judieial district to4
mntmnue mec in the Mlagistrate offce for two
sars more. pled;:ing myself to abide the action!
the voters at the approaching primary elec
on. May :.t h. 1910. D. J. BSRA DH AM.
FOR MAGISTRATE AT TURBEVILLE.I
-HEREBY ANNONACE MYuSELT' A CAN
- diafo reee tion of tai-.trat ci n Tr
evill* J1udalu Circut. to be voted oni in the
0'owin: prcinets: liouc.I. Uibbons- MIiii and.
ad. v rove clubs. Iiha-e do'a n m bet to dis
eewtd promis~e to ik.w. And further
ll-.l*:lr.Y ANNnUCf-F: '.Y C'ANDIDACY
. c re .c'Ation: t 1 th en-- f C',unty TLreux
t. bjet to thme rule. " th.e Democratic4
arty. L. L.. WELLS.
- EREiIY .\NNuUNCE. MYSELF A CAN-t
L idm f..i .w-eeelion to the office of C'ountr
.ditor. subject, to the~ rules of the D~emocrati'c4
rimary. ANDR iEW P'. BURGES..
FOR UNITED STATEs SENATE.
' ERIEBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAC
.didate tor. the United sLtm Senaite. sniujet
>the rules of the Dlemocratic Primary. You r~
apport and infuence will beC apptfrecite.
N. B. UIA, l .
- Laumren~s. S. C2.
pO M1Y PF'EDS AND *;NiT U' NTS
Ten' vears~ .::i:eee tCnresb
n overi-whe.lmn'tj e: Lrn na - *h
e'-~ tha j i. wa uf~e- v ih~ ig a sa
red :re:. -It ha- '"cen my: ':nde: yr a, serve
*.u cour t-oc as ~ ' wel a. conscintious~y and I
ma w s re ,::d)d prot.t to thiedenmand
S . .ma a:: chib who has ea'led
a e::eingf r r-elcton I ,eel it un
een ourattetio to thei fact, that
T caen y a - e wrm. more~ faili.r
t::e- w rki:.: ofthat" :reat li.dy.
rethtI -am be'tter equipp-:d today
Wholesome Ice Cream
AT SMALL COST---PURE AND RICH.
Can Be Quickly Made With
This Milk is specially made for Ice Cream. Thorough
QUART CANS, MAKES 2 OTS. ICE CREAM,
For Flavoring Cream, we Have
California Peaches, FULL RIPE, Extra, Can. 40c.
Hawaiian Pineapple, Extra Fancy, Grated and
Chunks....... .................20c. to 25c.
Strawberries, in Heavy Syrup, Extra Fancy, Can.. 35c.
Paspberries, in Heavy Syrup, Extra Fancy, Can... 35c.
Cherries, Maraschino and Creme de Meatbe,
Bottle................ ..........0c. to $1.00
Junket Tablets, 10c. Package-Liquid Rennet, Bot., 25c.
JELL-0 ICE CREAM POWDERS,
THE MANNING GROCERY CO.
Purveyors to Particular People.
For Boys and Girls.
Preparatory Course, Regular College Courses,
Teachers' Course, Business Course. Music, Art and
New Equipment, enlarged Facilities, Military Fea
ture for Boys. Rates within reach of all who want an
Write for Catalogue and other information to
W. W. RIVERS, President.
Orangeburg. S. C. 6
Is calling you, the surf, the music, all cry out for
you to follow the crowd. The
Atlantic Coast Linej
has prov ided the schedules and rates, begining
Saturday, June 1st, to continue during the season
T o Charleston
For all trains of Saturday and morning f l
trains of Sunday, limited to return until Tues- 3L
Sday mid-night following.
For any information, call on
H. D. CLARK,
T. C. WHITE.
General Pass. Agt.
Wilmington. N. C.
SeMR. BUYER !
Seornew Moline improved Geariess Cotton and
Corn Planters, equpped with Runner Sweeps, Covering
Blades and Rear Press Wheel. Runner opens the fur
row, the Sweep levels the surface, the blades cover the
seed and the Press Whieel completes the operation.
This wheel is controlled by a lever. wbieb lowers an
raises the frame and th s governs the depth of planting
P RIC E $I2.5O.
Also a full ime of Mohne one and two horse Steel
Turn~ Plows. Middle Bursters, one. two. three and four
horse Wagons, Buggies, Surries and Harness. Also some
nice H-orses and Mules.
For Automobiles, see us. Sume good second-band
Automnobiles at bargain prices.
10. 12 and 14 Sumter St. 'Phone 553.
SUMTER, S. C.
einet th::a ianf up~ 0ut of beu Me.. was bao v erp1. ied wh sci!le
- :rn - .ne . O h rheumatuism u O h sa. s to ric acitl .n
h' Hhia B:i-. CaL.. had kidnfey. hi, b'ood. "F1 Kide: P s emir -v
b troubl. was~ conihnd to his eue -aI: . ;o n m r
ca n trul say I w'a- re i-v ed at :, ur- a- i:s - : :a -ec tw
His enmple is worth fol'win th ra :i;a' fe s11:TheO -0m. ,
Dickson Druu C)., Maog~. Lee:. Di-. --n D-Gez Co-: Mauni~g, L-eon
rm henSmmertom i cear Summner!.n.