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PubUshes All County and Town 01.
UANNING, S. C., AUG. 26, 1914
RUTH CHAPTER, NO. 40,
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Reuar Meetiun, Se..ad Mmn
day in EWAhMnth,
RLTON DURaST. Fwa a L.===
High Priest. Secrary.
We Are Seling For
12 1-2c. Lb.
Has already advanced three
cents a pound on account
of the war.
* EW Our Stock Lasts
We Will Co-we To
Sell At Before-the-war
12 1.2c. Lb.
Mr. D. M. Bradham has returned
home, from Black Mountain, N. C.
I rs I. I. Appelt and baby bave r
turOtd from a trip to the mountant.
The F. X. Wilson. Insurance Agency
miiosure voor cotson at yone bome.
Mrs. Mary Clark and daughter of
Sumter, are visiting relatives le Ma
Miss Hazel Rush of Sardinla, re
turned bome from Waynesvil, N. C.,
Mr. W. T- Tonebberry coiues to
e quie Ul, and his feds see fearful
Miss Ginlis Jobnon has been re
ilected teacher. at Rebobath sbool for
the next session
Hold voor cotmn athomweor tor in
warehose. and insure It -with The F.
N. Wilson insuranes Agency.
The F. N. WVinInMsurance Agency
tasu.e the kind of policy en your caton
heManninf -Geded Scnnt wil
en l ente t fSepember. and %he
_A * be erolled on the Fri
-Aoitempu~aSpiy proipte the
l..t*bt the heathe as his
unishment wil be sofic=en severe
when the people witherhim with scorn.
-We have been requested to stinte
that Governor Blesse received a box of
___eigars campaign day here, which
wasnot given in the report of the
"Arehie" a son ofClerk of Court A.
B~arn,. was takea to Columbsa last
- nrday ahd operated en'for appendi
egg The litlweld send it man
fully. and Ia geting en hne.
ubsMetis oehke Sunday evening
hflqinsek onthSWar in Erops
aaWhat We CanIsara14Oi It."
The Th e ads .1in .nderssand
a I.~b ienme tij me up with Ita
..*in annse -of edItoral mattne, as
a onwm atter. The aata
garued at the Methodit su~
aI Mansinug Sanddy afternoom.
..ma.D.Dabousend Miss Lilly M.
~*aan.UthWOMr and Mfrs. T.
BeBr. G. P. Watacn per
)frssgand m. Alderman
ofeAlecin, bas9 retrned from their
tomr of lili. ~as young ladles
had: uite aihi -ln :qren and.
somnothing aottheir trip through
Mr. fE. Evans, a Cla'rendon boy
- teS nwan= Inutil 'te, at
Ruston, La., was the-guset of his aunt
Mrs;.M.ReaionOn Chulch Street
last Wednesday.- Mr. Evans Is en his
vacation; visiting hiis parents in the
Salem section of the county.
Died Monday night at about seven
o'cloek, near anning. of typhoid
fever, Robert Franklin Riglaged
23 years. The funerl took 1see _5
terday afternoon Chach
Rev. J. A. Ansley, patrof teMan-.
ning Baptist cuhconducted the
service, and Live amaap of Wood
man of The World, of Mannn con
emuded with the cessmonies according
to the rites of the order.
Died last 'rda night at Black
Mountain, N. C., aeran ilnessn ex
tending back about ten years, Miss
Susan Marvinla DNis, aged about 31
years, a daughter of the late James E.
Davi. The body reached Manning
Sunday morning, was taken to the
h omne of ser brothe* Capt. W. C. OaT
Is, and later the fnmgeral service took
- plaea in the Manniung cemetery In the
presence of a large -asem~blage. Rev.
G. P. Watson pastor of the Manning
Methodist church condncted the ser
vie. and he was 'assisted by Rev. L.
R McCord pastor af the Manning Pres
The circulator of the report that the
editor of The Times who was a candi
date for the senate in yesterday's pri
mary was given an automobile, and
was also given $1,000 for a speech de
livered as Alcolu, must feel like his
lying tongue did him but little service.
The man who would deliberately tell
such lies would not hesitate to rob his
mother if it profitted him todo so. Yes,
he is not too good to conspire with
theives and house-burners. He would
do anythina to gratify a revenge, or a
greed for coins. Slander is the cow
ard's weapon. with'It he would aesmassi
nate character to! pay or revenge.
generally he Is the tool of another. It
Is not the first time The Times editor
-has been maligned.
Sunday School i0:00 a, m. Mr. Joe.
Sprott, superintendent. Public Ser-.
vices at 11:00 a. m. and 8:30 p. m.
Morning Service conducted by the pas
tor. EvenIng hour: 5th Sunday Union'
Service of all the congregations In
town; Sermon by Rev. J. A. Ansley,
of the Baptist Church. Epworth Lea
gue, 6 p.m. Prayer meeting Thursday,
6:15 p.m. The Public Is cordially In
vited toall services. ~.WAS ,
t F0Cm RRNSm INDIDCATE TU
ELECTION OF SMITL
RICHARDS AND MANNING TO RUN OVER.
Brynes, Afkn, Johnson and Ragsdale Re
elected to congress. with Finley
and Whaley Veading in -
The returns are coming in slow
from the rural districts through
out the State, and the result
may be changed. The follow
ing figures at 2 o'clock last
night are taken from The News
Smith.... ....... ..60,542
Smith's - lead was steadily
growing. He was strongly sup
ported in counties which two
years ago went heavily for Gov.
Probably 40,000 votes were
stall uncounted for, but it was
not believed that they would
change the results.
. In the Governor's race, out of
more than 87,000 votes reported
Manning, Cooyer and Richards
were running neck and neck,
with Manning slightly in the
lead. There will be a second
primary, with two of these three
candidates running over. It
will not be possible to say which
of the two will make the second
race, until the complete returns
The vote at 2 o,clock in the
Governor's race stood as follows:
Mullally....... ... 450
Simms ........ .... 2,245
C. A. Smith......... 3,622
M. L. Smith.... .... 6,276
Andrew J. Bethea, and F. B.
Kelley will run over for Lieaten
Byrnes. Aiken -Johnston and
Ragsdale have been renominat
ed to Congress. Finley is leading
in the 5th District, and Whaley
in the 1st.
Adjutant General Moore seems
ko have been re elected.
Comptroller General A. W.
one has been renominated.
For Attorney General, Mr.
eeples, the incumbent, is lead
In the race for Railroad Comn
miinr the leaders seemn to be
healey and Fortner.
'uit a crowd from, here attended
the Senatoril Campaign speaking in
Manning last Weanneday. Some came
ack Blesse men, but went as Smith
m. Hurrah for Blesse.
Mr. A. 0. Johnstn, formerly'Of this
zace, but now a reuident of St. George
was at his old bomne Iast Tuesday
mecompaned by his itle son, Elwood,
nd two ofhis friends Mr. L. B. Sla
mns and Mr. Perry ya, they taken
ay, a Sutr Thursday, retrnn
born Thursday night.
The Old'Maids Convention which
ras ottenby the Embroidery club
are hadplay Friday night, and
ealed the nice sum of $28.00, they
~il als have a musical r-ecital in the
Mr. S. A. Morris of New Zion, spent
the day, Sunday with Mi-. H. L. John
Mr. Joe Godwin and family of Olanta
spent Saturday and SundaY with Mr.
S. M. Godwin.
They are antioivating on having a
entral omce at Turbevilie and New
Zion, several applicants have applied
for the poition as operator.
Mrs. S.M. Morris is very ill at this
writing but we hope this goad woman
will be spared to sta-a while longer
Mrs. Sallie Gamble is not doing so
al now, we were in -hopes that she
was on the road to recovery, but she
taken worse Sunday.
The tobacco boosers came over Sat
rday to play banl with the Turbeville
plrbut I think before they finisb
ad up the endings they were sick and
a J or I will close with
hope of Blease being' elected Tuesday
nd all Blease men.
TempkIne and TennyOe.n
Kindly Hotm. (to .nervous reciter
wo has broken Gown In "The Charge
of the Light Brigade")-"Never mind,
Mr. Toupkins, saat tenl us it in your
-Does that phar ten&'to remind you
o ft 4dagers o agretdcity?" "In
my opiion," repiled thesuncompromis
lug critic. "it goes further. Its one
of them.-Chicago Daily Journal.
-Esorence Is the only girl in the
bmly, and she Is pretty and attrao
tive to all her acquaintances, Iiecud
lg her father and mother."-New
Ub-"ft you don't go away at once
I shall call my husband - Pedler-"I
called on him first, and he threatened
n wit you---Fliegende mlatte.
Hae Ne Advatage.
That Dern physician who boasts
that he can detect truth.. fromt false
hood by the breath has no advantage
vr the wives of men who try to hide
it b eating cloves.-New York Hean
Poesibly Som. of Them.
Da Gaston remarks that a news
espess Income sprig from three
iourous. Avertsing, chrulation and
e es et lost does.
ee nzpra put enuPt .305 '2W0* ""- Y
cam.&!p' ulo.m~ s JLTY~.s o~
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant
SCommission issued by -% Secretary
tate of South Carolina, constituting
the undersigned a board of Corporators,
Books of Subseiiption to the capital
stock of Savannah Western Railroad
Company will be opened at the ofices
of Edward D. Craig, Attorney at Law,
Third Floor National Loan & Ex
chanee Bank Building, in the City of
Columbia, S. C., on the 28th day of
September, 1914, at 10;00 o'clock in the
forenoon. The minimum capital stock
to be $100.000 divided into one thousand
shares of the par value of $100.00 each,
and the minimum amount to which
said capital stock may be hereafter in
creased to be $1.000.000, divided into
ten thousand shares of the par value of
Notice is also given that said parties
propose to ask on behalf of the pro
posed corporation for the power to con
dem landsfor rights of way and that
application therefore will be made to
the secretary of State of South Ca-o
lina, at his office in the City of Colum
bia, S. C., on the 28th day of Septem
ber, 1914, at 12:00 o'clock noon, the
proposed route is as follows: beginning
at a point at and in the towns of Estill
and Lena in- Goethe Township Ramp
ton County, thence through Goethe
and Peoples Townships in Hampton
County, thence through Braxton and
Warren Townships in Colleton County,
thence through Fish Pond Township
in Bamberg Countv, thence through
Branchirille, Cow Castle, Providence
and Vance Townships in Orangeburg
County, and thence into and through
St. Paul Township in Clarendon Coun
ty, to and into St. Paul in said County
of Clarendon. a distance of approxi
mately 90 miles, all in the State of
G. H. MILLIGAN.
ADRIAN M. REA.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hicks have mov
ed to Pinewood. We hope they will
come back soon.
Mr. R. A. Brown has a child with
Mrs. Reynolds Owen who has been
quite sick is convalescing.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Kyser took their
baby to Sumter-last week to the Hos
pital to be treated.
Miss Aileen Ridgill of Summerton,
who has been visiting her sister, Mrs.
Paul Geddings, has returned bome.
Miss Lizzie Williams of Manning,
was a visitor here last week.
Miss Douglas Geddings of George
town, is visiting relatives here. -
Mrs Beulah Bridges.and Mrs. Annie
Walker of Sandersville, Ga., who have
been yisiting their sister, Mrs. T. P
Brown, returned home this morning.
Miss May Boyd of Lamar, is visiting
friends and relatives here.
Mrs. W. E. Tisdale and little son are
visiting relatives at Springhill.
Mrs. A. P. Hill -and children of
Pakiburg, are visiting at the home of
r. J. W. Brown, Sr.
Mrs. Viola Brunson visited here last
Mr. R. S. Smith has resigned his po
sition here as depot agent and expects
to leave here in the near future.
Mrs. E. M. Bradham is quite sick.
Miss Alice Hodge of Georgia, is vis
ting relatives here and at Pinewood.
Misses Eva Curtis, Belva Broadway
and Hattie Herlong who have been
pending some time in the mountains
ave retarned home.
Miss Leila Corbett is back in the
post office after a few weeks vacation.
Mrs. Esther Shorter of Columbia,
ras mntown last week on her way to
Special to The Manning Times:
Isle of Pamns, S. 0.-The maneuvers
f what was declared to be very prob
bly a British Cruiser, visible off 'the
Isle of Palms several miles distant, was
n incident of no small interest this
eek, and the likelihood that one of
he English warships is cruising near
harleston in the bopes of capturing
teamships of Belgium or Germany,
ow in port, or in intercepting and
aptumig any that might try to enter
harleston as a port of refuge keen
xcitement to the observers at the
each. Hundreds of extra excursion
Ists are expected in here Sunday to
iew the sea for a bit of war activity
Dif these shores.
With no big convention of the South
astern section, National Electric
Lght Association, at the Isle of Palms
otel, opening Wednesday afternoon,
the report has been very lively. At
endance at the Tuesday and Friday
ight hops is a pparently little dimin
ished by-the exodus of Charlestonians
o the mountains,, and two special ex
ursions are coming in Friday from the
iedmont and from Tennessee to
well thbe week end attendance. A six
ay excursion from Atlanta a day or
wo ater will be a special event.
The present season is still in full
wing here. The dance music and
urf, the breezes and seafood, and oth
r attractions retain charm for thous
nds' of- visitors every week. On
[hursday the second militia encamp-j
nent of the season will open, when the
rangeburg company, commanded by
apt. Crum, pitch their tents on the
each. Timmonsville company recent
y spent several pleasant days here.
Recent guests from South Carolina
egistered at the Isle of Palms hotel
Col. L. Green of Sumter, Mr. A J
Ard of Sumter, Mr. R D Lee of Sumter
Mr. D J Auld of Sumter, Mr. Fred
Wise of Sumter, Mr. Walter Carr of
Sumter, far. L B Horner of Florence,
Mr. W J Wilcox of Florence, Mr. and
Mrs. R L Wright of Florence, Mr. and
rs. J B Blanding of Floren:', Mr. A
1 Ham and party of Florence, Mr. It L
Btt of Sumter, Mr. H G Wright of
Sumter, Mr. W P Frair of Florence.
The farmers around here will soon be
hrough curing tobacco, which all
Cotton is opening fast and it will not
be long until it will have to be gather
Workman Evans, who is working in
Yorkville, is as home for his vacation.
He is accompanied by his friend S. W.
Mesdames W. H. Smith and D. E.
Evans have as their house guest Misses
Florie and Jodie Kelly of Congaree,
Miss Sara C. Quastlebaum of Leesville
and Miss Sue L. Aaron of Columbia.
Harvey and Clayton Kelly of Con
garee, have returned to their home af
ter a weeks visit to their sister Mes
dames N. H. Smith and 1.). E. Evans.
Mrs. Charlie Richardson and chil
dren have returned home in .Mayesville
after a few days visit to her mother,
Mrs. J. D. Burgess.
Miss 1sabelle Montgomery is spend
ing some time with her aunt, Mrs. R?.
Hay Harrington of Kingstree, spent
last Sunday at home.
Mrs. T. M. Fort and son, Thomas, is
at the home of Mr. I. D. Burgess for
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Evans, expect
their son, Prof. S. Ernest Evans, of
Ruston, Ga., to be with them for his
Sunday School 10:00 a. m. E2. L.
Wilkins Superintendent. Preaching
by the Pastor, 11:00 A. M. Subject:
"Our Need of A Revival." No service
at night. on account of Union Service
at Methodist church.
J. A. A NSLEY,
In Memory of Thomas Elias Earvim.
Great God of Life and Death to-day
Soothe Thou our hearts filled full c
May all our tears be wiped away,
From sortew may we find relief.
The bloom of youth and Kith and Kin
Into the great Beyond has gone
His life was free from guilt and sin
Oh may be hear from Thee, "Wel
Bone of our bone and flesh departs
And leaves our hearts disturbed witl
Oh God, inject into our hearts
A faith that makes us see his gain.
We cannot help but mourn. his loss
Because his life was. to us dear.
Oh Lord. help us to ar the cross
And find Thee, in this dark time, near
In these dark silent realms of night,
Oh touch our hearts wit- thy rich love
And may we see from Thee. the light
That shines fron Thy Great Throne
In truth we should not n:ourn and weel
Because our loved one is not dead,
In Christ our Lord he's just asleep,
And on his bossom rest his head.
Teach us to be submissive, meek,
And ever to thy will resigned.
In joy, in sorrow may we seek
Thy Place which we can always find
9:s pains and agonies are past,
His Soul is severed from the clay.
Life's long turmoils are closed at last
In Heaven for ever will he stay.
Our vain desponding tears should cease
As tho the dark be-clouded skies,
There shines a light that- brings us
And tells us that ma'n never dies.
Plucked from a future vast and wide
He could have done much good for
But now Thou hast him by Thy side
With Thee, to stay eternally.
A world of good he could have done
His life in Thee was fully bent,
Many a soul be could have won
As toward Thy God be ever went.
But in Thy wisdom Thou dost know for
rhe plans that Thou hast made
[ Heaven it may be he will grow
~nd never let his light grow dim.
o as we to the eirth commit
Elis last remains of mortal -'y,
dore firmly may our lives be knit
ro Thy Great Love from day to day.
3y Rev. ROBERT L. FURGERSON.
Hendersonville, N. C.
Lugast, 17, 1914.
A somewhat laggard and procrasti
nating student one Sunday evening
went to hie instructor for aid in one
f his studiee, asking him it he
thought it was wrong to-study on Sun.
ay. He was somewhat Eurprt--d to
eceive the reply, "If the M"stcr was
ustified in pulling the ass out of the
ditch on the Sabbath, was not the ass
ustifiable in trying to get himself
Be Exact in Little Duties.
Exactness In little duties is a won
derful source of cheerfulness.-Faber.
Searson's Report of 1
Hon. Louis Appelt, Senator from(
In accordance with your reques
current and bonded- indebtedness oj
me for the grand jury, under date o
ed atten tion to a number of interes
grand jury, which I trust- may be of
Regarding the matter of sinkmn
the court house bonds of $60,000.00,
iecessary to accumulate at the rate
taxation and accruing interest on st
issue of $25,000.00. will be, no doubt
the present financial situation,
If I can be of further service to
pleased to bear from yo'..
March 25, 1914.
1912 claims on claim book........
1913 claims on claim book..... ..
1914 claims on claim book.....
1912 claims not on claim~ books...
1913 claims not on claim books. .
- 1914 claims not on claim books.
Total approved unpaid claims o
Filed but n
1914 claims.......... .. ....
Total current debt of record..
Estimated accounts not filed..
Total apparent debt........
*Note-As will be seen by the
the county as of date March 25, 191
sisted entirely of nnpaid county cla
that these claims were contracted
partly in 1914.
10 yr. 6 per cent "Cotinty" bonds.<
maturing 1918... ..........
40 yr. 5 per cent "Court House"
1908 and maturing 1948...
Total bonded debt....... .....
The County Treasurer, as treas
had on deposit in the Bank of Mlani
the following sinking funds, viz:
For -"County" bonds . .
For "Court Hourse" bonds. .
These funds being deposited in
of Manning at 5 per cent, interest<
For your in formation I point om
the fiscal affairs of Clarenden Cout
terest to your lemislative delegatior
The county had no outstanding n
Comptrollecr General representatm
the year ending July 30th, 1913-b'
unpaid claims against the county o
General's representative could not
an audit of thoeriginal claims, a P
nor required of that ollice when 1
It has been customar-y in this cot
certificates in lieu of claims againi
584 of the Criminal (Code of Laws 1
According to my calculations. th
pose of retiring the Couirt H-ouse bo
have been set aside up to the time
The books in the Supervisor's of
even as far back'as 1909 and the fi
is a great need for a revised syster
the case in every county of the sta
Property aggregating between t
had not been returned, for some r-e
as late as March 25th, 1914. The<
to adjust the matter.
I was unable to locate the books
ing Commissionion", which I unde
I could find no record of minutes
tings later than September 12th 11
It appears also that the county
have allowed their expenditures t<
other sources for county purposes.
My report to the Grand Jury, fi1
the early part of April 1914, furnis
sire in regrd to details of the wor
We are having big sales
are paying big money for Tob
Some Sales Mad
E S Plowdn............ sold
J E Davis.............. 2
J H Dubose........
E C Coskrey........
J B Holladay.......... "
J P Turbeville ....... 5
C R Sprott ............ " -
J M Lowder.. ..... "
The time to sell anythit
the prices a-:e good. Ask my
your next load to me.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Clarendon.
By James M. Windham, Esq., Judge
WHEREAS, James Gaumar Ridgill
W made suit to me to grant her
Letters of Administration of the
estate and effects of Charles LTe
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kin.
dred and* creditors of the said
Charles Lee Ridgill, deceased, that
they be and appear before me, in the
Court of Probate, to be held at Man
ning, S. C.. on the 10th day of Sept1
next, after publication hereof, at
11 o'clock in the forenoon, to show
cause, if any they have, why the
said administration should not be
Given under my hand this 15th day
of August Anno Domini, 1914.
J. M. WINDHAM,
'IJudge of Probate.
How To (live Qenine To Chidren.
.ERILINE is the trade-mark name given to an
improved Quinine. Itis a TastelessSyrup, pleas
ant to take and does not disturb the stomach.
Children take it and never know-it is Quinine.
Also especially adapted to adults who cannot
take ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate nor
cause nervousness norringing in the head. Try
it the next time you need Quinine for any pur
pose. Ask for 2-ounce original package. The
name FEBRILINE is blown inbottle. 25-cents.
:he County's Finance.
Columbia. S. C., July 27. 1914.
Ilarendon County, Manning. South
I attach hereto a statement of the
Clarendon county, as compiled by
March 25th, 1914. I bave also call
ting features of my report to the
some value to you.
funds for the purpose of retiring
maturing in 1948, it would appear
of 1.500.00 per annum, by special
,vings deposits. An additional bond
necessary in order to bridge over
you or to your county,. I will be
L. A. SEARSON,
.. .. 773 37
. 976 21 14,087 11
.' 4,310 97 4,633 27
i ile.... 19.320 38
..... . 530 36
693 93 1,224 29
. .... .. .20.544 67
.. .... .500 00
.... ...821,044 67
bove statement, the currerz, debt of
the time of this invcst~igationl, con
is The statement, herewith shows
part~ly in 1912, partly in 1913 and
tated 1908 and
. . . .. . .60.000 0
.... ...$70'000 00
urer of the Sinking Fund Commsion
xing, at the time of this investigation
. .. .. . . .8514 79
..... ..... ... 3,048 62
the savins departnnt of said Bank
t to a.lW i f.ew f:,c's. with i ,egard to
t V, wc'i houlld b1 tof .,peci :1 in
ote~s-andl ree ot'l no deh!- -whi" .''
w itnsej~ :hie anl d 'e n 0.
i:. the recr(ds suo( x that th-v were
alabout 20,000.00 The~ ,-mt:trolb. r.
hve di~cover'rd tlhi withot~i mak ing
rocee 'ding whien is neite cstomalry
t. ' a number of years. to inu
it t'h coutyf'. a violaCAion 'i or i -
e s nkking funds~ set aside f i '. ' -
ads are ovr85.000 00 h s,- a: ht
of this investigation1.
ice have been very poo. ,l . -.iOce
inn -, not at all satisfactory There
1of bookkeeping for this vOice (as is
vooand thrchunred thousand' ,o'.lars
ason, at the timne of t his ior-s ira;.n
ou uty Auditor was then auempItmfl
ani records of the Cou, t I~ouse luild
essnd have never baea audicd.
of he County Commnissinxer's mcet
comtissionrs of Clareudon county
exxeed the revenue from taxes and
Id with the foreman of that body in
hes such informat ion as you may de
1.k.. hih I ws le1ad nunon to ner form.
with big averages. The effect o
acco every day.
5 During the Week:
116 pounds...... 161-2 68.64
...... 16 377.28
5 .... 16 126.08
46 ...... 15 96.90
8 ..... 16 1-2 47.52
42 ...... 17 41.14
16 ..... 151-2 84.63
01 ...... 17 459.17
50 ...... 16 1-2 90.75
yg n;hing is when it is selling 1
satisfied customers if I do do trea
R. D. CLARK,
Remember Cothran & Moore on elec
tion day. Come early and vote for the
Boys that are working for your best
Ihave on band money to lend on'
mortgages of real estate. S. Oliver
If you want to be elected this week
vote for the Central Warehouse, you
will save your man. .
Itch relieved in 30 minutes by Wool
rord's Sanitary Lotion. Never fails.
sold by Dickson Dryg Co., druggists.
Come to the polls early and vote for
tbe boys that are helping Clarendon
'ounty. Cothran & Moore.
or 6.doses 666 will break any case
'evea or Chills. Price, 25 cents.
This will be the banner week at
Cothran & Moores' Warehouse. Come
and get your money.
Money to lend on Real Estate-Apply
,o Chariton DuRant.
Cothran & Moore should be voted for
in the first primary in prefference to
any other candidates because they are
at work for all the people.
5 or 6 doses 666 will broak any case
f Fever c- Cbills. Price, 25 cents.
Wanted-The people .to know
that I am still on the job wheji
it comes to doing first class work
in plumbing or any kind of pipe
itting work. JOHN P. BELL.
Cothran & Moore killed low prices
for tobacco, he is done dead.
Campbell's Dropsy Cure-Sure cure
for dropsy. For Sale at Dickson's
Cothran & Moore are going to be
3lected this week because we are run
2ing on the farmers ticket.
For Sale-I ofrer for quick sale, one
nare mule colt. buggy and harness
~25.00. R. C. Wells.
Sickened By CalomelI
lfyou,ever saw anyone made sick by
alomel you won't want any more cal
m el yourself. There's no real reason
why a person should take calomel any
way, when fifty cents will buy a large
bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone-a good
emedv that perfectly and safely takes
Lhe place of dangerous calomel, which
is only another form of deadly and pois
Dodson's Liver Tone is a pleasant
asting vegetable liquid which will
start the liver just as snrely as calomel,
nd which has absolutely no bad after
Children and grown people can take
Dodson's Liver Tone without any re
~triction of habit or diet
Dickson Drug Store sell it and guar
antee it to take the place of calomel.
and will refund your money at once if
it fails in your case.
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30Years
Signature of . ,
Is the Place 1
R. D. COTHRAN,
Cothran & Moore had
son. We put in Machine G
shelled them out. Out forts
ate prepared to fight low pr
I the war is gone so far as our markot is concerned and we
S M Cousar.......... sold 278 pounds...... 181-2 51.43
J Mv Lowder ..... ..... " 492 " ...... 18 1.2 91.02
J M Galloway & Son..." 672 " 17 1-2 117.60
R Plowden........... " 492 ...... 16 1-2 81.18
D C Plowden.........." 1003 " 17 170.51
D A McIntosh.. ......." 444 " .---- 17 75.48
W E Morris........... " 1002 " ...... 17 170.34
Ed Hatfield............ " 210 " ...... 15 31.50
Ed Bertrand ........." 635 " 15 1-2 98,42
igh. So I would advise you to bring your Tobacco on while
t everybody right. I want to sell Tobacco for you. Bring
THERE A MEAL OR LUNCH CAN ALWAYS
Delicious Ice Cream, Refreshing Drinks, .NUNNALLY'S
CANDIES on ice in all sizes and prices.
Delicacies in Season of Every Kind.
DIXIE CAFE is the Name-Be sure to bear in mind, for
Sumter Railway and Mill Supp ly
SUMTER, S. C.
Headquarters for, and Dealers in
Galvanized Rooing handled in car lots and less quantities.
Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers, Shaft Couplings,
Fnll stock on hand. Pipe, Black and
Galvanized, Cut and Threaded
.to Sketch 1-8 to 6.
Bradle's Gin Saw Filers and. Gummers. Babbitt Metals,
. Packings, Injectors, Files, Iron, Leather,
Rubber and Gandy Belts. Valves, --
Fittings, Coil Chain, Lubricators,
Whistles-Anything you need
Come and see us, or 'phone, or write your orders.
"Prompt attention" our motto.
WE SELL . 1
alm.>st as cheap as the other tires on this market. .
ness of these tires with others and you will be comvr h~ln'
you to use the Quakce, Just come around to our -' . N
at these tires and tubes. We also carry a full stte.
Ford Patrts and Accessories; also a full line of Buggies. Surries+' Wag
- s. Harness and Harness and Horses.
1--1.St. D. C.* SHAW 00. S TR
o Sell Your Tobacco This Week
Below we gnve some victories won this week:
J1 W Huggins .. .532 14 1-2 M K Timmlons . .. .1(016 1
J W uetiins ....490 16 Henri Garner . ...1011
C W Ilid-.eway . . ..400 16 1.2 Wash Mcehad1in .. . .8 16
Mc'adtinl & Thomras 406 14 1.2 J L .McFatddi'i .. 165 1.2
silas .Jolhnson ... 88 ~ 1 2 - ,-.100 17
II ~ 1 . . .4O 1312 -J HI -lit ch um . .. .264 -14 1-2
552 13 1-3 32 15 3.
..;3 15 11 A Hcodz-e .7i39 16 1-2
G Thomas ... 3! 15 .T [1 Ia'dy . . ...304 15
it , M-Fadd ti . .375 161-2 E s ieiradd'inf .. ..360 16
E TI William 3.. -i1 1.2 Rt T Harrington 47-.6 1
.'WEvn . -6 16 P L Lowder ... .610 14 .
P M Gibbons ..3-A 16 1.2 WV E Hodge .. ..294 15
->.> 14 1.2 W GStrange ..724 rb ,
I, Sams...-> 16 J D McFaddin ... 360 16
W[ush 384 15 1-2........... 8
D F Tobias ..120 15 J1 H Mitchumn .. ..250 15 12
J F Tobias ..156 15 1.2 -*-.-.168 1
S Tobias ..190 14 1-2 Willie Burgess ..172 17
1 S Holliday ...80 16 Allen Leaf . ...240 1
C H Bagges ...04 20 Geo Simon ....140 17 1-..
their place well fortified against the enemy early in .the sea
uns and when low prices tried to come in our warehouse we
are well protected. Come on boys and have no fear-. We
ices to the last ditch.
IRo A N MOORF. Proprietors..