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%1ANN ING, S. C., MAY 28, 1913
Publishes All County and Town Of.
RIUTH CHAPTER, NO. 40,
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Ruejr Meeting. Second Men
day in Each Month,
CalaLTON DURANT, FRED LSZESNa
High Priest. Secrtary.
Mannifng Chapter, No.219
'Order of Eastern Star.'
Regular Meeting. First Tuesday
in each Month.
(Mrs) G. M. Sxrra. W. M.
(Miss) Srs= HaRvIn. Sec.
ST. PETER'S LODGE,
Meets Wednesday Evening.MXav SUA.
Fellow Craft Degree Conferred.
E. e. HORTON. W. M,
E. J. BROWNE. Secretary.
Shop at the place where
it does the most. You can
cut corners and make real
savings on hundreds of use
ful household articles at the
5, 10, 25c. Store,
MANNING, S. C.
Mrs. W. P. Legg is visiting relatives
Miss Wideman of Due West has been
visiting her brother J. W. Wideman,
Esq., in Manning.
- Mr. and Mrs. A F. Toy, of Ohio.
are in Manning visiting their neice,
Mrs. L. B. McCord at the manse.
rhere were a number of friends from
Timmonsville in Manning yesterday in
attendance to the funeral of Mrs. J. A.
Commencement exercises of Silver
school will be beld Friday, May 30th,
at 8:30 P. M. The public is invited
Dr. William R. Barron, of Columbia,
iho has been Ill, is spendine a few days
hero with his brother rebuilding his
Mr. Frank B. Moffett left here last
Monday evening for the Knights of
Pthias' convention which convenes
at Aiken. -
Rev. S Geurry Stukes who has been
taking a post-graduate course at Prince
ton University, is at bomne on a visit to
*Mrs. S. J. Bowman, of Manning, at
tended the graduating exercises of
Davidso'n college to see her son Grady
get his diploma.
Dr. Ellison Capers, of Summerton,
passed through Manning Monday on
bis way to attend the grand lodge of
of Knights of Pythias as Aiken.
'The red front next door to Hirsch
mann's is being made ready for the 5.
1 and 25 cents store. The present
quarters of this concern is too small to
accommodate the size stock It carries.
Mr. F. C Thomas has a field of oats
near Manning some. 40 acres, of which
he has just caime to be proud. He has
had it photographed, the pictures indi
cafe a height of at least five feet, and
Among those who were here yester
day attending the funeral of Mrs Julia
Coners were, Mrs R. 0. Purdy, of
Sumter, B. Pressley Barron, of Colum
bia, Duncan McKenzie and Rev. John
McSween. of Timmonstille.
Mayor Gibbes, of Columbia, issues a
caustic statement in which he denounc
es the governor's action in appointing
an extra constable for every time the
city fined the governor's chauffeur on
the charge of over-speeding.
The closing exercises of the Paxville
graded school takes place Monday even
ing. THE TDMES editor acknowliedges
an invitation to be present to make a
presentation speech. hut it will be im
pssible for him to he present beerause
of pressing business.
*Died in Timmonstille last Monday,
Mrs. Julia Conyers, relict of the late
Capt. John J. Conyers, aged nearly 80
years. The body was brought to Man
'ing yesterday and interred in the
Manning cemetery. The deceased was
a sister to Mrs. G. Ellep Huggins.
Among those who are active appli
cants for the Mannng post officet are
H. H. Bradham, C. W. Wells. J. D.
Gerald and F. B. Moffett. It is said
there are others who are in a receptive
mood, but they have not gone into the
campaign for signatures to petitions.
Attention is directed to the advertise
tnant of the Bank of Olanta in this is
sue. Olanta is situated near the counti
line, and was former.y a part of Clar
endon. Many Clarendon people do busi
ness with it. Its statement shows is to
be one of the stronge-t of country banks.
A special service will be held at the
Methodist church, of Maoning. on the
evening of the first Sunday in June a!
8:30 o'clock for tbe benefit of the
Knights of Pythias. This however,
d oes not apply exclusively to the'
Knights, but everybody has a cordial
invtationl to attend.
On last. Monday J. W. Browder and
Mrs. Calie Tucker his daughter who
were held in jail awaiting the injuries
infiic.-d upon 0 lie F'lood by Troy
Brovder, were~ relea-ed from the co(un
ty jai! upon bond for the-ir appearance.
at the coutt. of iene-ral sessions. Flood
contnues to improve.
Last night while the commencement
of the colored school was being~ con
ducted, some unknown party went into
the hous'- where the colored priuriptI
lives aud took from hi strunit $23 00.
which wa-' taken in for the school by
the committee on refreshments. No
trace of the theft is known yet.
The people of Manning are greatly
disappointed in not being able so have
Professor Clinksea es to deliver the an
nul add re-s for the graded school
c,mmecemetnt ex--reises. The Pro
fes-ork- ph.ician has forbidden him
from suun work until be bas recovered
his s,-eng-th from a recent illness.
Arant's ad., is worth five cents. Save
At the rural mail carrier examina
tion held in Man.ing last Saturday,
there were eleven applicants, eight
whites and three colored as follows: A.
M. Cubhage and James N. Brown, Pax
ville: J. M. Graham, Pinoewood: A. J.
Briges. Jr., and Henry G. Walker.
Summerton; Lawrence S. Chewning and
Eugene King. Davis Station; Julius M.
King. St. Paul; white. The following
colored: Esau - A. Parker, Remini;
Douslas S. Wells, Sum merton; Lorenzo
D. Watson, St. Paul.
It is not frequent that one of the
colored race tires of life and rushes
into eternity of his own accord, but this
is just what happened in Manning last
Saturday night West Porter, a full
blooded nevto. about 22 years of agt.
emploed at the oil mill, took laud
anum and pas.ed away. It issaid be got
mixed up in a love affair. and because
of his having made his idol a present
of a necklace which belong* d to his
sister, and she insisted upon his taking
it back and restoring it to her be be
came despondent and hurled himself
from this life.
The rural police Act is printed in this
issue at the request of a number of per
sons who have been under the impres
sion that there is no provision made
for the paving of the salaries should a
township decide to have a policeman,
but a reading of the Act. will prove to
the contrary. It might as well be ex
plained here that this Act is experi
mentat, it it is found to be inoperative
for one townshin to have a policeman,
then it can be so amended that two or
three townships can be grouped for
police protection under the provisions
asset forth. This is a matter for the
people to judge and instriuct their rep
resentatives as to their wishes.
The Senior Class of the College for
Women. at Columbia, S. C., is to give
the Elizabethan Interlude "Robin of
Sherwood" at its commencement, June
2 and 4. -This play is given'by permis
sion of its author, Prof. J. R. Crawford,
of tale University. The music is adapt
ed to the period of the play and was ar
ranged by Prof. D. S. Smith, of Yale
Conservatory of music. The brilliant
and effective costumes are being pre
pared especially for this production by
Waas and Son, of Philadelphia. The
scene of t'ne greenwood as laid in the
gardens of the College for Women will
be very effective. There are over 90
people in the cast, and neither time nor
money have oeen spared to make this
production the best in the history of
the college dramatics It Is hoped that
all the friends of the students and the
college through out the State will at
tend this performance and enjoy this
are treat in the renewal of the old in
terlude and this merry making of the
otingbam Fair. -
The county chain gang was consider
ably depleted between the hour of mid
night and the early hours before day
ight Tuesday morning by three escap
iog from the cellar of the court house
where they had been quartered under
guard. The escaped convicts are Solo
mon Smith, Johnnie James and Duffie
aymon. We understand there are only
six prisoners who are not trusties, and
f these six three remain in custody.
The chaingang is an expensive institu
tion at best, it is this that is eating its
way through the finances of the county,
and we sincerely wish the grand jury
would take the time'to make-a thorough
investigation and report. giving data
whether or not it should be abolished
True, the people have become accus
tomed to depeud upon the gang to work
he rtads, and it will almost be impos
ible to get them to return to the road
working system, and too, we doubt if
hey would be willing to pay a higher
ommutation tax, but the roads must
e worked, and the bridges kept in or
er, and these things can only be done
with money and labor. If the grand
ury will look into this feature of our
ounty government carefully we feel
ure the legislative delegation will con
ider their recommendation earnestly.
Will Carendon Lose ritory?
The .project of cutting off about 30
quare miles of Clarendon's territory
rom the Workman section, according
o information given us last Friaay,
as been renewed, and that the peti
ion has been forwarded to the Gover
or for an election to go into Williams
urg county. As we understand is, the
issatisfaction arises out of the school
istrict management, and after several
ttempts to get the county board to sat
..fy a portion of the patrons of the dis
rict and failing to get the relief they
esired they have determined to cut off
rom the county and go into the adjoin-1
ng county. Is seems to us they could1
rrange to- form a school district with
uch better results and not disrupt
he county formation, however, they
now the conditions bette'r than we do, !1
and are in a ne-tter position to know;I
what, to do; we dislike to have any por-:
tion of the county disrupted, and-espec
ially are we loath to part with the go ,d
eople of that section, if we could wei
tould try to dissusde them from the
urpose, but if they are determined to
ut off since they are aware that it doesi
ot release them from the bonded obli
ations of the county, there is no help
ng is. We have also information that
t.bere has been a movement renewed to
ake Olanta a county seat. It is con
t.mplated to take from Clareudon she
ntire Salem section, making Black
River the line, and take a portion of
lorence county and if this does not
ive the necessary area then sake the
ess from Williamsburg. It would be
ndeed unfortunate to have to lose so
uch territory from this county, and
we sincerely hope that is will not be
one. But there is no telling wnat will
e done when the effort, is maae by
hose who have a pecuniary interest in
aking the town of Oianta a county
The annual meeting of the Home and
Foreign Missionary Societies. of Sum
er District, will convene in the Pine
wood Methodist church, beginning Fri,
ay morning, June 30th, at 9:30 o'clock
~nd closing Sunday evening. Other de
ominations are cordially invited to
worship with us at all of the services.
Rev. Attaway. of Oswego, will preach
on Sunday morning.
The following delegates will attend,
and we are hoping for many more names
to he sent in this wt-k:
Mrs. David Bourne-. Sampit
" J. P. Wilson, Oswego
" Beaumont, Sumter.
--W. I. Herbert.. Sumter.
"XW. G King, Manning.
"G. WV. Smith, Manning.
"R. L. Kirkmond. Bennettsville.
"G. K. Was, Dalzell.
3 . W. Boy kin, Daizell.
S.1. L. Jackson. Rembherts.
"C. R Sorott, Manning.
"A J. James, Tindals.
" Gogel, Sumter.
" Alston Brown. Sumter.
"C. N. Sprost. Nlayesville.
Miss Jessie Curtis. Paxville.
"- Ethel Cor-best, Paxville.
"Maria Capers, Charleston.
"~Ruth Attawa~y. Oswego.
"' Pauline Cummings. Oswego.
" Edna Davis, Rembers.
" Mat-ian We-lls, Manning.
" Sudie Wright, Wedgetield.
" lot-ide Horton, Heath Springs.
"Nonie Geddings, Paxville.
" Lola Brown, Sumter.
" Ethel McLeod, Wisacky.
MRS. W G KING.
MISS JESSIE ( URTIS,
Newington, Ga., May 27.-Richard
Henry Austin, slayer of Dr. S. C.
Moore, Magistrate Edenfield and Vic.
tor Bowers, was captured at dusk to
night near the residence of Mr. Mar
vin Giles, seven miles above Newing
The negro did not surrender without
resistance ann was shot down by a
member of the posse making the ar
rest, which was beaded by Sheriff Mor
ris, of Barnwell county, South Caro
lina. Tonight he lies desperately
wounded and his life is despaired of
For days Austin has been skulking
in the Savannah River swamps, fed
and aided by members of his own race,
For several days past the relentless
hand of the law has been closirg in on
him. slow[v but surely, until it became
but a question of time before the black
found hims-!f a prisoner of the repre
se- tarives of ttnat government he had
defied and whose officers be. has shot
This morning Austin was seen to
skulk up the river and the vigilant
posse soon was in pursuit. Austin for
meriv worked for Mr. Giles, aind it is
thought be went that way, being in
hopes of obtaining or shelter.
Familiar with tne gi-ound he evaded
his pursuers all day, but at dusk Sher
iff Morris and a member of the posse
came suddenly upon their man. A
gun spoke and Austin dropped. The
long chase was ended.
Austin will be taken to Savannah in
the morning. Austin was shot three
times, in the breast and stomach. His
condition is desperate, but Sheriff
Morris of Barn well county, South Car
olina, hopes to land his man safely on
South Carolina soil alive.
Austin was shot by Sheriff Morris
and Officer Stavender. of the Hampton
posse. Knowing the desperate charac
tr of their man, Sheriff Morris and
Officer Stavender took no chances and
opened fire on him as soon as he came
in sight. He was shot in the road as
he was approaching Mr. Giles' house.
CHIEF HARPER TELLS OF MAN HUNT.
Allendale, May 27.-Special: Chief o
Police J. B. Harter returned this after
oon from the scene of the man bunt in
Screven county, Ga., and said the bunt
or Richard Henry Austin, led by Sher
iffs Mforris, of Barn well, and Lightse'y,
>f Hampton, was still in progress Chief
arter says the report in the evening
papers to the effect that Austin had
>een killed, was given out as a "joke"
>v one of the posse returning tby way of
'ugusta. According to Chief Harter.
he'dogs were still trailing the negro at
) o'clock this morning at a point about
,wo miles from the bay, where be has
>een hiding for the past several days;
,he trail was leading in the direction of
udson Ferry, on the Savannah river.
3everal times the posse thought they
ere on the eve of the fugitive's cap
:ure, only to find themselves foiled by
his veritable wizard of the jungle.
Monday morning a number of men
were placed on picket duty along the
oute that Austin would likely take,
Lnd the negro, as expected, did make
iis appearance in full view of Sheriff
dorris, J. L. Carlton, his deputy, and
>thers, and but for one man losing his
iead and screaming, warning him back
.nto the bushes, Austin would have un
oubtedly fallen, said Chief Harter.
Lustin has visited at nIght three negro
iouses and the home of one white man,
, Mr. Jarrel, a former employer, during
,he last few day's. Mr. Jarrel stated
.hat he asked for food about midnight
-iday night, which he gave and which
usin ate sitting on his doorstep; that
ustin told him in a rambling, inco
erent manner of a "gang fight" he had
iad in South Carolina and had been
resented with a present He stated,
Lcording to Mr. Jarrel, that they were
Lfter him to put him in jail; that they
3ad no intention of killing him, but
hey wanted to kill those who were in
ail that he had things about quieted
lown and wanted a lawyer. He asked
or some rations on leaving, which Mr.
farrel gave. Having no weapon on
rhich he could rely, he was in the ne
r's power, although the negro made
o t.reat, leaving his gun in the yard.
Saturday night Austin, it is said, ap
~lied at three negro houses for food,
which he got. He also askea for shells,
o the negroes say. These visits were
romptly reported by the negroes
since these occurrences all houses have
een guarded in expectation of another
Thought to be a Fugative.
There was a great big. hulla-balo
nade here last Wednesday just before
e went to press about the capture of
,negro who was said to be the notori
is Richard Henry Austin, wanted for
he murder of three white citizens of
Iampton, who until yesterday eluded
rrest, notwithstanding the many re
)orts of having him surrounded and
bout to be nabbed in every section of
e country. Early Wednesday morn
g a strange negro applied to the~
touse of Tom Briggs, a colored tenant
n the place of Mrs. J1. H. McKnight
or food, Briggs is said to have claimed
e man was heavily armed and itave
tim the sign of an Odd Fellow, when
earning that he was with a brother he
:onfded that he was the much-hunted
>r Richard Henry Austin He was
iven food and then he retired to the
wamp with the understanding that he
ould return in the afternoon for din.
ter. As soon as the man left, Briggs
iame to Manning and told his story.
r. R. F. DuBose, who figured in the
ree county hunt for the murderous
~arrett. undertook the capture of the
iesperado. He went to the place indi
:ated by Briggs, and there found a ne
tro apparently asleep, arousing him,
e ordered "bands up" at the point of
m.shot gun. The suddenly awakened ne
tro threw up his bands with alacrity,
ed DuBose brought him to Manning
md lodged him in jail: when captured
:here were no weapons found. An ex
u~nination convinced Sheriff Gamble
chat he was not the notorious Au-.tin.
mithough he had several marks similar
o those in the descriptions which have
been published. The news of the cap
ture created considerable interast until
it was found the sheriff did not believe
it to be the man wanted. Thursday
fternoon the captive was taken before
Magitrate Bradham, where he told a
itory of being a baker by trade, having
rcentlyv worked in Columbia and later
endeavred to procure work in Sumter,
that he lived in Sumter. but his mother
was living in Charleston, who would, if
the officers wou'd communicate with
her, corroberate his statement, and pay
afine if necessary. The Magistrate sent
him to the chaingang for 30days on the
bharge of iagrancy.While it was not
thought this is the Austin being hunt
ed, and whom there is a large reward,
it is believed this negro has committed
some offe-nse somewhere for which he
was endeavoring to elude the officers of
the law, and while he is serving on the
ounty gang, if he is a fugitive there
will be an opportunity to have his
whereabouts made known.
Paxv.lle School Closing.
The closing exercises of the Paxville
iith school will begio with the com
rmencement sermon by Presiding Eld.-r
Walter I Herbert. on Sunday June 1st
at 11 o'clock in the auditorium.
Or. Monday evening the graduating
exercises will take place. The address
will be delivered by Hon. R. I. Man
ning of Sumter. Those composing the
graduating class are, Misses Louise
Cutter. Mabel Brown. Maud Boyd,
udie Kolb and Nonie Geddings.
On Tuesday evening there will ex
rcises by the pupils of the intermed
iate grades. The public is invited to
e present on all these occasions.
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Disorders of the stomach may be
avoided by the use of Chamberlain's
Talets. Many very remarkable cures
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Sold by all daler.
Open to Competitive Examinations. Applic
tion Must be Filed by Jnue the 20th.
The South Carolina Federation
Women's Clubs offers the followin
scholarships: One at Winthrop Co
lege, value $104 and free tuition; one :
Confederate Home ('ollege, value $10
one at Limestone College, value S5
one at Coker College, value $50; one a
Training School for Kindergartener.
given by The South Carolina Kinde1
garten Association, value $100. Tbes
scholarships are for four vears. wit
the exception of the one at the Traii
ing School for Kindergartners, whic
is for two years.
Shese Scholarships are awarded b
comoetitive examination, and are nc
open to any one who has att-nd-d Co
lege before. uniess there is no other ai
plicant. Anlicants must be over fiftee
years of age.
Applicants must have the endorst
ment of the President or some office
of a Club belonging to the Federatior
No application will be received afte
June the 20th.
For further information, address
MRs. FRANK B GARY,
Chairman of Education,
Abbeville. S. C.
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When a druggist recommends a rem
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you can feel sure that he knows wha
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King's New Discovery: "I know Dr
King's New Discovery is the best throa
and lune medicine I sell. It cured m;
wife of a severe bronchial cold aftei
all other remedies failed." It will di
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Tung cough. Keep a bottle on hand al
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H H Bradham. D N Buddin.
A G Chewning. A L Morris.
D E H.>lladay. John W. Hilton.
D Hirschmaon. 0 G Keels.
W F Dukes. Matt E Brunson.
Eugene King. John B Corbett.
G A Ridgill. W Mi Lewis.
A P Toomer. L B Griffin.
R T Harvin W C Pack.
J E Morris R R Tomlinson.
C M White. W H Castine.
John W Heriott. Weston N Coker.
S B R Davis. W I Roberson.
S M Reardon . A W Billups.
R R Jenkinson. F. C Horton
P B Lowder. Joe M Price.
N G Broadway. S W Thompson.
R L Geddings. M B Hudnal.
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hing for helth-take Electric Bitters.
Nothing better for the stomach, liver
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me." Get a bottle yourself and see
nat a difference it will make in your
health. Qnly 50c and S1.00. Reco.
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Wintrop College Scholarship and Entrance
The examination for the award of
acant scholarships in Winthrop Col
ege and for the admission of new seu
ents will be held at t be County Court
House on Friday, July 4, at 9 a. m.
A plicants must be not less than six
ten y.ears of age. When ?cho'larships
re vacant after July 4 they will be
warded to those making, the highest
verage at this examination, provided
hey meet the conditions governine
he award. Applicants for Scholarships
hould write to President Johnson be
ore the examination for Scholarship
Scholarships are worth $100. and free
uition The next session will open
September 17, 1913. For farther infor
mat ion and catalogue, address Pres.
D. B. JOHNSON, Rock Hill, S. C.
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"I gave him a bottle of Chamberlain's
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ad on the next morning the rheuma
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Doncaster is one of the four places
the other three being Chester. Epson
and Lincoln-that claim to be the cra
de of the British turf. In May, 1600,
the minutes of the corporation record
that "Hugh Wyrrall hath caused a
stoope." or post. "to be ~sett on Don
caster More at the west end of the
horserace." which was ordered to be
"cutt down." A few years later "for
the preventinge -of sutes, quarrells,
murders and bloodsheds" it was
agreed "that the' race on Doncaster
More be discontinued." Eventually the
corporation, with the true Yorkshire
combined love of "t' brass" and sport
took the horse vacing under its pa
triarhal care and turned the meeting
Into a source of profit.-London Stand
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John Sunsic, of Sanbury, Pa.. says:
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ae I advise everyone to use them for
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The man who writes to ask if he cari
marry on SS a week has wasted ink.
Of course he can.
Two dollars will secure a tasty li
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there will be a dollar left for a modesi
Ob. well, that's not the question.
Clevlasd Plain Dealer.
I Cynical Foresight.
"That boy of yours may be president
of the United States some day."
-Maybe."~ assented Farmer Corntos
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All Beneath Her.
Clare-Do you think you could brinj
yourself to marry a man your intellec
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hae to..rLondon Opinion.
A fool at forty will never be wise
TRINIDAB'S ASPHALT LA
One of the World's Hot Spots, T
Desolating and Enervating.
In "The Path of the Couquistad
> Lindon Bates, .Jr.. tells of the fa
asphalt lake of Trinidad. Ile sa:
-The struggling villiag at its
is an extraordinary spectacle. !
house4>ut is twisted out of plumb,
land is the source of never endinm
gation. because the slowly shiftiu
rents of the pItch bottom in a
e years move yards and gardens <
b 'ther men's property. distort bm
- aries.into every possible shape,
landmarks a hundred yards awn
*The abomination of desolatk
t this lake. In spots a pailm kille
. the asphalt drools disconsolately
few tufts of grass bare securi
a footing in places. But for the r
Is a solid tuass of black. dull.
smelling pitch. with pools of N
r here and there, in which swim
parboiled fishes. Against any oi
hot spots In the world, bar none.
can be backed.
"A wicked looking blacksnake
feet long glides Into the bushes
the margin of tle lake. It has
sunning Itself on theasphalt. No
der the serpents are supposed t
creatures of the devil. As for oui
fifteen minutes' stay takes away e
' bit of vitality we can summon.
. enough interest is left In life to in(
what the negroes hewing with
tocks at the asphalt receive 'in wj
They earn the pay, whatever it is.
"The lake Is ninety to a* hun
acres in extent now, but It is grai
Iy shrinking with the removal of
enormous quantities that have
Folev Kidney Pills repay your c
deace in their healing and curn
qualities. Any kidney or bladder
ease not beyond the reach of medi
will yield to their use. Mrs. Con
Copeland, Ardeola, Mo., says: "I
kidney and bladder trouble for ov
year and 5 bottles of Foley Kidney :
cured me." It is the same story I
every one who uses them. All
-'they cured me." The Dickson I
Co., Manning, S. C., Leon Fischer 6
merton, S. C.
The Habitat of Devns.
Captain C. H. Stigand has writt
book about the tribes of British I
Africa in "The Land of Zinj." R
ring to Mount Kenya, whose sun
was reached by the Mackinder e
dition. he says that the natives
Here that the upper slopes are
habitat of devils and all kinds of
spirits. I am told that natives
have returned from the upper sl
are not at liberty to speak about v
they have seen. The idea is that I
have been let off by the demons of
mountains, but If they boast abot
some evil will befall them, or the
spirits will avenge themselves."
A slight cold in a child or a gr
person holds possibifities of a grav
ture. Croup may come on sudde
bronchitis or pneumonia may deve
severe catarrhal troubles and consu
tion are possible results. Foley's H<
and Tar Compound nips a cold at
outset. cures croup quickly, checi
deepseated cough. and heals infla
membranes. The Dickson Drug
Mannidg, S. C., Leon Fischer, S
merton, S. C.
4. Essay-"The Negro's P1h
5. Oration-''Rural Life".:E
6. Essay-"Business Manni
7. Oration-"Self Culture".
9. Oration-"Racial Onenes
11. Essay-"Womnan's Influe
12. Oration-"The Measuren
13. Essay-"The Future"...
14. Oration-"The Negro Sii
15. Essay-"Result of Idlene
16. Oration-''The Negro's I<
17. Quartette.. .. Messrs. Lu
Gayman, H. Pearson.
18. Essay-"Building For El
19. Oration-'"The Negro in
20. Essay-"The Cradle of 'T
21. Essay-"How to Save Ot
22. Essay-"The Sign of Rig
23. Essay- 'tEarnestness"..
24. Essay-"Wornan's Place'
25. Quartette-Misses Naomni
spoon, Annie Johnson.
27. Solo...... ...-.--.-.
29. Solo.............. .
30. Presentation of Certificat
31. Awarding of Prizes..
Enrollment Over 800-3
and a Third-Over
DEGREE COURSES: Agri
ebanical and Electrical En
Industry; Architectural En
SHORT COURSES: One-Y
Coursa in Textile Industry:
Gradiog; Four-Weeks Winl
COST: Cost per session ofr
light, water, boarsl, laundr.
Tuition, if able to pay, $40
one vear- Agricultural Coor
penses. $10 00.
SCHOL ARSHEIP and ENTR.
maintains 167 four-year Ag
51 one-year Agricultural Sc
per session and Free Tuitic
College, or any other coller
Scholerships unless there a
Scholarships and Entrance
Superintendent of Educatic
Next Session 0
Write at once to
Clemson College. S. C., for
om day, you mav be crov
KE.- 1785. 1913.
orrid, College of Charleston
ores" South Carolina's Oldest College
Is: 129th Year Begins September 26th.
edge Entrance examinations at all the *
The county-seats on Friday, July 11th, at
9 a m. Full four year courses lead
liti- to the B. A. and B S. degrees. A
cur- free tuition scholarship is assigned
few to each county of the State. Spacious
in to buildings and athletic ground well
>und- equipped laboratories, unexcelled
--urv library facilities, and the finest Mu
seum of Natural History in the south
. Exoenses reasonable.
n is For terms and catalogue, address 4
A HARRISON RANDOLPH, Pres.
d a 1
evil BUSINESS LOCALS.
little For Rent-Two offices over Bank of
' the Manning. Charlton DuRant,
For Rent-After August 1, the brick
six store next door to Manning Furniture
near Co., same being 100 feet long with good
been fixtures. Apply to Box 435, Manning.
won- Itch relieved in 30 minutes by Wool
> be ford's Sanitary Lotion. Never fails.
self, Sold by Dickson Drug Co., druggists.
Not of5 or 6 doses 666 will break any case
Not of Chills and Fever; and if taken then
iire as a tonic the Fever will not return.
mat- Price 25e.
. Anything you want in sheet music
dred S. I. Till has it. All 25c. music 15c.
. 50c. music 25c. by mail postpaid. This
tha department Is in charge of Mrs. W. F.
te Ducker, phone 690 Sumter, S. C.
Farm Wanted-Several Marlboro
farmers have asked to get them farms
onfi- in Clarendon. Write me what you
tive have and best price. R. Cosby Newton,
dis- Bennettsville. S. 0.
er a HELP THE KIDNEYS
um- Manning Readers Are Learning
It's the little kidney ills
m a The lame, weak or aching back
Dast The unnoticed urinary disorders
der- That may lead to dropsy and Bright's
ipe- When the kidneys are weak,
' EHelp them with Doan's Kidney Pills.
the A remedy especially for weak kidneys
tei Doan's have been- used in kidney
ev troubles for 50 years.
ho Endorsed by 30,000 people-endorsed
>es at home.
rhat Proof in a Manning citizen's state
the Mrs. H P. Jenkinson, Church St.,
t Manning, S. C., says: "I gladly reco
e i mmend Doan's Kidney Pills, for I know
from personal experience they are a
remedy of merit. I was annoyed by
kidney complaint and had pains through
the small of my back. Doan's Kidney
n"f Pills helped me wonderfully, not only
na- relieving the misery in my back, but
nly, strengthening my kidneys. You may
lop, use my testimony at any time."
ey For sale by all dealers. Price 50
the cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
:S a New York, sole agents for the United
u, Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.
ight, May 27th.
-.... Rev. H. 0. DeLaine, D. D.
ice"..-.....Miss Bessie J. McDuffie.
........... Mr. Geo. R. Hatfield.
rs"...... Miss Rebecca Huggins.
............ Mr. Raleigh Covert.
.......l.Miss Lucile Holladay.
s" ..Mr. Chas. R. Gayman.
.-...-....-.. Miss Annie Johnson.
nce"......Miss Lily Ann Servance.
tent of Man".... Mr. Harry Pearson.
- .... Miss Gertrude V. Johnson.
Lce 1607"....-...Mr. Geo. W. House.
ss"..-.-...-.- Miss Bessie Servance.
entity with the Progressive Age".. -
..... -..- Mr. Edward 0. White.
sius Charles, Edward White, Chas.
ernity"..-.-... Miss Mabell Sumter. 9
the South".... Mr. Lucius Charles. *
irtue"-........Miss Anna E. Seals. 9
r Youth"..- ..Miss Henrietta Pierson. 9
:hteousness".... -Miss Ritas N. Boyd. 9
..-..... Miss Corine I. Fleming. *
.....-... Miss Naomi E. Jenkins. 9
Jenkins, Rovena Scott, Anna Wither- 9
........ Miss Rovena E. Scott. *
- ... Miss Anna Witherspoon. 9
. C. C. Scott, A. M., Columbia. S. C. 9
. -.-..-.... .Miss Ritas N. Boyd. 9
es-.-.-..-. Supt. D. R. Riser, A. B3. 9
- .. .. Rev. Jas. P. Garrick, D. D. 9
gricutural College :
Talue of Property Over a Million 9
90 Teaehers and Officers. 9
3ulture, (seven courses). Chemistry; Me- 9
ineering: Civil Engineering; Textile 9
ear - Course in Agriculture; Twv~oYear 9
Four-Weks Winter Course in Cotton
e- Course for Farmers.
oe months, including all fees, heat,
r.and two complete uniforms, -$133.45.9
00 extra. Total cost per session for the .
se, Sil 55; Four-Weeks Course, all ex -
.NCE EXAMINATIONS: The College +F
r-icultural and Textile Scholarships. and $
:holarships. Value of Scholarships $100 +
. (Students who have attended Clemson +
re or university-, are not eligible for the $+
e no other eligible applicants.)+
Examinations will be held by the Connty *
*n on July 11th, at 9 a. m-.
ens September 10o, 1913-.
,M. RIGGS, President, +
Catalog, Scholarship Blanks. etc. If$
We Recommend Dike's Remedies.
$2.60 A YEAR
IS WHAT YOU WILL SAVE BY SELLING
THIS AD EVERY WEEK.
Combs, Brushes, Stationery and
ARANT'S DRUG STORE.
in'the Seven Years of our existence speaks for us. We
appreciate the Confidence the Public places in our
Integrity, Strong Backing
and Courteous Trez. tment.
Bank of Olanta,.
OLANTA. S. C.
Your business with us is kept Straight, and kept
Capital Stock, 10,000. Surplus, 12.000.
President. S. R. CHANLER,
D. E. FRASER,
For this season's planting to follow oats
and for quick feeding purposes we offer the'
Golden Dent Seedj
Still have a few Chufas, North: Carolina
and Spanish Peanuts left. Get connected
with us if you would'save time and money
in procuring the best of seed.
THE MANNING GROCERY00.
If you expect to buy
A FORD I
this Spring or Summer and not ready *
to take it now, please place your or
der with me now for future delivery *
so that I can provide for your wants.
I expect to have a complete line of *
the following in stock by May 2nd:*
All sizes of Firestone Caseings and
Inner Tubes. Spark Plugs. Chains.
Ford Parts. Etc.
D. C. SHAW CO.,
3 10-12-14 Sumter St.
ISumter, - - 5. C.
"The Wood Everlasting"
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS.
Lengthens the Life of Your Buildings:
Ask Your Dealer.
L WETHiERHORN & SON,
rgest. MX'-s South . . . Chrieston. S. C. :