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Pablishes All County and Town Of.
%I ANNING. S. C.. AUG. 24, 1915
FIVE POUND BA6S
"Everything Good- to Eat.,"
Mr. C. R Harvin has returned from
Mrs. B. A Johnson is visiting rela
tives in Greenville.
- Mr. L C. Horton has returned from
a week's stay at Glenn Springs.
Mr. Earl Moffett of Greenville is
Fsiting his mother in Manning.
Diedtat her home -last Saturday at
New Zion, Mrs. Eula Inez Mo.rts.
Mr. F. P. Burgess left Monday after
noo6 in his car for Glenn Springs.
Miss Ferrel and friend of Greelyville
are vWth Mrs. Marion Wilhams.
Mrs H. C. McKelvey has returned
home ofter a week's stay in Sumter.
Mr S. L. Huggins returned this
orning from -the nmrthern markets.
T1e streets las" Satirday afternoon
reminded one of the good old fall days.
ED. H.-. Clark and children are
*Isihg relatives at Cope, Orangeburg
Stobo Wright of Clayton. Ala.,
la Manning visiting bis sister Mrs.
A ; Bradham.
s S L Barvin came home last
: -Xhda ngt, after spending several
Mrs. Sue Harvin and son Bencett,
f Andrew. are visiting at tne home
eMrs. C. . Harvin.
-Audior Burgess visited the home of
Mr.~ Harmon Strange .n Lee county
liseweek ora few days.
S1'eManning Oil MiUl has bought
thainery of the Summerton Mer
~cnile.Co., at Summerton.
Asnake bltaifine mi cowof Mrs.
'MbeUMcFaddin Monday night,
frwrhshe died yesterday. -
rT. E. Plowden is at Glen!
pdgtaking a needed rest, and en
joigthe water of that great Spring.
Dr. Herman Huggins, proprietor o's
:Hggn Pharmacy, :nas returnec
-oeher his vacation in the moon
<M .Walton Thames, who has
>een mayor of Mayesn11e for several
jer.has resigned, and will move to
Mr. Jimmie Grayson of St. Paul has
tgoned and sold she first bale of -cotton
or this county. The David-.Levi Co.,
There was a family re-union last
Theredaya asthe home-of Mrs. M. V.
Ea'm, as Workman, celebrating the
90strhday-of Mrs. Evans.
Mr W. H. Clark, of Pensacola, Fla.,
lin-Manning visiting his brothers anc
ister, Messxs. S.,1. and H. D). Clark,
andMs. Louis Appelt;also Mrs. P.. B.
Thames at Davis Station.
The friends of Mrs. W. -T. Lesesne,
wi~abe glad to learn that she has re
turned home from-the hospital in Rich.
mod, wihere she was operased on, and
is much improved in health.
Mr. .Aaron Abrams, proprietor of
the Red Iron Racket, is now on the
northern markets, 'i .n bargain
- o his customers. Watch for his big
.ad ln'The Times when he returns.
Rev. L. B. McCOrd and family, whc
have been away for the past month,
ein 'return home this week, Mr
i!cCCoa will conduct services at the
manal hour next Sunday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Jones came dowl
kom Baltimore last Wednesday lr
heir car, and returned yesterday. Mr
Jones is an old Clarendon boy, and l
making good in his adopted home.
Rev. A R. Woodson, former pasto!
of the Manning Presbyterian church
conducted services in that church las
Sunday, and left Monday.morning to
Holly Hill, where he is carrying on
The commissioners for State electioc
- met in the court honse last Friday, ani
aransacted what business that came be
-ore them, and ordered the notice c
election to be published in The Man
In a game of ball last Friday betweel
Manning and Turbeville, played on t
local ground, Manning won 5 to 1. Tb
feature of the game was the pitching
iich for Manning, who struck out I
and allewed only four hits.
Last Sunday afternoon at Alcoh:
Willie Olden and' Eliot -Bynum, know:
as ''Big Boy," got in a row and By nui
truck Olden with a base ball bat, fror
which he died the next morning. B3
num was caught and lodged in pil.
Mr. H. D. DeBrow hasreturned froi
the northern markets, where he wer
o buy goods for the Mlanning Dr
Goods Co.,and ina few days this cor
cern will be in their handsome an
commodious store~, next to Weinberg
It is alleged by the opponents of pr.
hbibition that $200,000,000 iof g rain wi
be without a msarket if prohibiti(
p~evails. It as alleged by the adv<
.atea of prohibition that, if all ti
dstileries~ and brewe ries were close
.zhe farmer's market for corn would n<
,be seriously agfected. The liqu<
raie uses less than 2 i-2 per cent
:,he five leading grain crops of the lan
On next Sunday, 29th. Inst., at 8:3
p. m., in the court house, there will be
held a temperance rally ir. which all
the churches of our town will unite.
There will I e atddresc- by several
gentlemen. All our citizen., without
reference to their individual attitude
toward the great problem of prohibi
tion, are respectfully urged to attend
Lexington. Aug. 22-John M. Caugh
man of this town, who, it is believed
broke the world's record last year,
when he grew and gathered something
over four bales on one acre, expects to
beat last year's yield by atteast a hall
bale. The cotton is planted on the
same ground as last year within 100
yards of Main street in Lexington,
those who watched the patch last year
from the time it was planted until the
last lock had been picked. confidently
believe that Mr. Caughman will break
his own record. In fact, some who
have seen the field this year declare
that the champion will make five bales
this year. It is-said that the stalks
now contain upwards of 375 bolls well
developed, and the fruiting is not near
ly complete; It is unquestionably the
finest field of cotton ever seen in Lex
A prohibition campaign to cover all
the sections of the county has been ar
ranged and a number of the profession
al and business men of the county will
take part including: Joseph Sprott,
C R Sprott. F C Thomas, C.V Verner,
J L Wells, R C Wells, C W Wells, R
J Aldprman, E W Barron, M. D., A
C Bradham. C R Breedin, A P Burgess
J E Davis, G L Dickson, M. D., Jos S.
Dicksoo- J G Dinkins, Charlton Du
Rant, H I Elebee, C B Geiger, M. D.,
E O Horton. L H Harvin. 8 Oliver
O'Bryan, W M Plowden, F 0 Rich
ardson and others.
Not all of these will make long
speeches. Some will sing and the
best quartette in the county is busy
prateticing. They will be divided into
companies and will present the cause
of temperance from various practical,
business and moral standpointe.
Much interest is being manifested in
this campaign and large audiences are
expected. The meeting will be as fol
August 29-Andrews Chapel, near
Silver, 11 a. m. Davis Station School,
11 a. m. Deep Creek School, 4 p. m.
Jordan, 4 p. m. Manning Court House
8 p. m.
September5-Oakdale School, 11 a.
m. Turbeville School, 11 a. m. Live
Oak church, Broad Branch, 4 p. m.
New Zion, Grove, 4 p. m. Sardinia
School, 8 p. m.
September 12-Paxville School. 11 a.
m. Pinewood School, 4 p. m. Fores
ton, 4 p. m. Summerton School, 8 p.
m. Aleolu, 8 p.m.
The Cored Women Bed a Great Conyention
Special to The Manning Times:
The Woman's Home and Forei2n
Missionary Society of the A. M. E.
Church, held its District Convention
in Spring Hill church. This meeting
was one. of interest. The ladies dem
onstrated their love and high regards
for the sacred cause of Missions. This
was in evidence by the way they paid
money to this cause. They raised up
wards of one hundred dollars. This
wasa great showing for the convention
when we take under consideratins she
short tim4 that this society has been
organized and the way It has to collect
money. It was organized three years
ago in Trinity A. M. E: church Man
ntng, S. C. This was the greatest ses
sion it has held since its organization.
After the opening Mrs Elizabeth
Ragin, the District President, deliver
ed her annual address. She told of her
trip to New Orlaans,La., last,February
and the part she played in advocating
for greater interest in missions. :Mrs.
Ragin declared that the cause .of Mlis
sions should not he confined to any par
ticular chtirch or race, but it should be
the chief Mission of the Christiab
curch. to seek, to help save humanity.
The president said many good things
in her address that time and space will
not permitime to write. She was fol
lowed by Dr. J. C. Watkins Presiding
Elder of the Manning District, who
made some very interdesting remarks.
Many splendid papers were read and
other addresses wore delivered by the
numbers of the convention. Among
the papers that were read, was one of
supreme interest read by Mrs. J. C.
Watkins of Sumter. She .insisted that
the people should pay more for Mis
sions and less for useless amusements.
She read a tableshowing an extravag
ant amount of money spent for whis
key. Her strong approval of prohibi
tion was in evident.
The following ministers preached to
-the convention. Revs. J. .T. L~owatt,
L. H. Heminingway and P. W. Lewis
Round and round the convention was a
success. All of the officers were re
elected. Next convention will meet at
Pine Grove, A. M. E. Church.
A. W. TIMMONS,
.Cotbra A Booster.
Editor Mabnning Times:
-Gentlemen:-Please allow me space
in your valuable paper to thank the
Hon. Charlton DuRant in behalf of the
Manning tobacco' market for what he
did for our market in the way of an ad
vertisement in your lass issue. We
feel very proud of our record we made
last year in leading the entire State in
prices paid for tobacco, and we feel
doubly proud of getting the pennant
again for last month July 1915, our av
erage was from about one dollar to al
most 3 dollars per hundred over om
competitive markets. Read the re
ports as sent out by - the Hon. E. J.
Watts, Secretary of Agriculture, and
published as an advertisement by the
H on. Charlton DuiRant. We also feel
Sproud of Mr. DuRant and the public
spirit that he manifested. We tobaccc
warehousemen and buyers are doing
rall.we can for the growers of tobacco
I would be glad if our merchants and
business men .in general would visit
our sales each day. We want every
Sbody to come and welcome the farmers
o Manning. Come out gentlemen and
bring your cigars and welcome om
Strade to your places of business. Our
warehouse paid out to day more that
ive thousand dollars. The tobacco in
,~dustry means much for our county anc
town. Just think what it d~d for oui
eope last year in the face of low cot
ton. We want to go forward afid builk
up a greater town and tobacco market
in order to do this, we must have the
Scooperation of the farming element
Sthe greatest wealth producing people
on earth, opened the success or failure
of this class of people, we rise or fall
I came from this class and am proud o
it. Lets all pull together for a gre~ate:
town in the future and a greater mark
net for the products of every kind fol
Sthe people that live in the county
SCome out and meet them, he sociable
-and ask them to go around and dine
with you and meet the Madam and the
nkias. Bring your tobacco, cotton an<
what ever you have to sell fo Manning
Our tobacco market is the best in th<
Sta'e we have proven this by actua
igu es. I want, the cotton growers o
tre county to give our local buyers thi
same showing they have we boys tha
buy the tobacco. Give them a chanci
to show you what they will do too We
have good experienced buyers, Be inl
all your tabacco when ready for mn rk
eto ourwn andc >unty seat, Man
IIning, Manning, Manning, the best te
nbacco market east of the Blue Ridg
- R. D. COTHRAN.
FOLY KiIDNEY PIL
Mt. Olimhant Visits Clafedon.
The Clarendon county jail and chain
gang camps on the Pinewood, Sum
merton road about 15 miles from Man
ning, were visited lust week by A. D.
Oliphant, assistaut secretary of the
State Board of Charities and Correc
tions. The Board through its agents
is visiting penal and charitable insti
tutions in the Pee Dee and Piedmont
sections: The- assistant secretary of
the Board went from Manning to King
stree, Georgetown. Conway and Mar
WithSheriff Gamble the represen
tative of the State Board Charities and
Corrections inspected the county jail
which was clean and had been repaint,
ed inside and calcimined about two
months ago. In common with many
other counties- visited by agents of the
State Board of Charities and Correc
tions, Clarendon has no adequate facil
ities for caring for insane persons un
til they can be taken to the State Hos
pital for the insane lunatic, pending
commitment to the State Hospital, are
confined in one of the cells on the first
floor of the jail. In the opinian of the
representative of the Board, the coun
ty needs another room added to the
jail building as a place of confinement
far lunatics. The walls of this room
should be padded and its windows se
The assistant secretary of the Board
took up the matter with Supervisor
Davis and Sheriff Gamble about put
ting two shower baths in the county
jail after the waterworks system has
been completed in Manning.
Supervisor Davis and the represent
tative of the State Board of Charities
and Corrections went over the prob
lem presented by the paupers of Clar
endon county. At present the county
has no almns house. but it gives orders
for supplies in amounts of from $1.50
to $3 to twenty seveu needy people
each month. She State Board of Char
ities is of the opinion that this form of
assistance to paupers, "out side relief."
it is called, is unwise, except in care
fully selected cases as it, has a tenden
cy to encourage, rather than discour
The State Board of Charities and
Corrections will appoint a local com
mittee of visitors in Clarendon county.
I will be the duty of this committee to
inform itself of . the methods of man
agement and conditions in ehaingang
camps and jails in the county, after a
study of conditions in these institu
tions, the committee will try to ac
quaint the citizenship of the county
with them with a view to making any
Pfles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Your druggist will refund money if PAZO
OINT3DNT falls to cure any case of Xt.hing,
The rst appeation gives Ease and Res. 50c.
FOR THE SALE 01
Look at these Sa
pas t few days.
Sampson Reardon sold ..
JF Dickson sold....
B PFulton sold. .
R H Coker sold........
G WScott sold........
M C Kennedy sold..
M C Kennedy sold ....
Kennedy & Nelson sold...
E B Tindal sold........
H M McIntosh sold.....
H M McIntosh sold...
W G James sold. ...
J W Gamble sold..
R E McFaddin soip..
J P W Gibbons sold..
J D McElveen soldg..
W FDukes sold...
W FDukes sold...
J I Coker sold ........
J W Evans sold.......
J W Evans sold....
V S Evans sold.......
S M Cousar sold...
E RArd sold.........
H W Beard sold....
Brunson Player sold....
Brunson Player sold..
Brunson Player sold..
LiM Coker sold .......
J E Lee sold ..........
B E Richbourg sold ....
S E Hodge sold.... ...
A C DuBose sold...
A CDuBose sold ...
H A Plowden solp...
J P Evans sold....... .
T R Evans sold........
Sallie WVhite sold...
J A Gardner sold...
Jno R Walker solao..
E J Buddin sold....
J B Holladay sold...
W S Anderson sold..
W D Hicks sold.......
J F Dickson sold....
DuBose & Barrow sold ..
JOC Dennis sold.......
Dennis & Garland sold..
Deunis & Garland sold...
Dennis & Pierson sold. ..
Dennis & Pierson sold. ..
W D Rhodes sold...
T L Morris sold...
R D Thompson sold..
L W Harrington sold..
J W Harrinston sold ...
J C Weson sold..... ..
R E McFaddin sold..
R E McFaddin sold..
J D Gibbons sold...
Willie Barrow sold..
Addie Taylor sold...
W S Anderson sold..
- For highest market pri
.iing. For honest treatmen
A fair ar~d square deal to es
cl ARK'S WAREH(
Twine for tieing shocks of corn. W.
For Sale-One-Shetland Ponny Cart.
Harness and Saddle. Apply postollice
box 435, Manning.
A <ood Sale.
H. E. McIntosh sold at Clark's ware
house yesterday, 1544 lbs tobacco for
Benson Player sold 1550 lbs average
314.25. He knew where to sell-Clark.
Cothran gets up and talks tobacco
all day. and go to sl.. p at night and
dreams of getting uudL prices' for the
R. D. Clark is the place to sell your
Beware of thebe folks that meet you
on the road and tree you, that you can
get more mone.v for your tobacco at
certain warehouses. Sel with R. D.
Clark and save this expense. You pay
for these mon in the end.
Clark's Warehouse sold on Monday
30,302 lbs, an average for everything
sold at 9 1-2c.
Everybody talking Cothran the man
thatlearned to talk before he did .to
Take Huggin's Cold Capsules and
break up that unpleasant summer Cold
Rye Seed here. W. P, Legg.
Sell tobacco with Cothran and be
Why not sell your next load of to
bacco with Clark, he looks to please.
Cure That Summer Cold.
Take one dozen Huggin's Cold Cap
sules by directions and if they do not
*cure your cold, you get your money
back. We absolutely guarantee this
preperation which is compounded by
us. Huggin's Pharmacy, Levi Block.
Cothran sold 23,000 lbs tobacco yes
terday, average around 9 cents. Ev
erybody talking Cothran.
When -you are ready to sell, drive
straight to Clark's Warehouse, you
will get the highest prices.
F LEAF TOBACCO.
or High Prices
les made during the
....218 lbs at 12
....5 2lbsat 12
.....344 Ibs at 10
....468 lbsat 12
.....210 lbs at 1 .
.....390 lbs at 15
....270 lbsat 10
.....246 Ibsat 12
.....682 lbsat 17
.....412 lbs at107
.....524 lbs at 10
.....214 lbs at 12
...... 9lbs at17
.....388 lbs at. 15
.....110 lbsat 10
. . ..120Olbs at 17
..... 66lbsat 10
.....112 lbs at 15
....210 lbs at 10
..... 48Slbs at0
.....250 lbs at 12
... 74 lbsat 12
.....244 Ibsat 17
.....818 Ibsat 10
...... 80lbsat 15
.......52 lbs at 10
.....384bs at 12
.....166 lbsat 12
.....414 lbs at 10
..... 29lbs at12
.....336 lbs at 12
.....056 lbs at 17
.....452 Ibs at 12
.....482 lbsat 12
.....146 lbs at 12
.....24 lbs at 15
..... 192lbsat 12
...... 4Glbsat 17
.....410 lbs at117
.....126 lbs at115
.....484 lbs at 15
.....790 lbs at107
.....980 lbs at 17
.....416 lbs at 10
.. ..102 lbs at 10
.....586 lbs at12'
..... 60lbsat 17
.....192 Ibs at 15
.....596 lbs at 1
....332 lbs at 15
. 3... 64 lbsat 10
....204 lbsat 10
. .... 962 lbs at 1 0
......370 lbs at 1 0
. 54 lb at10225
.234 bsat10 00
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Notie of Eleetion.
J State of South Carolina,
County of Clarendoe.
Notice is hereby given that an elec
Lion will be held on the 14th day of
September, A. D. 1915, at the voting i
precincts fixed by law in said County,
upon the question as to whetler the
manufacture and sale of alcoholic liq
uors and beverages shall be prohibited
or continued in this State, as provided
by Act No. 76, to submit to the quali
fied electors the question of the prohi
bition of the manufacture and sale of
lcoholic liquors and beverages in the
State and to provide for the carrying
Df these provisions into effect, approv
ad the 16th day of February A. D,
Notice is further given that pursuant
to writ of election issued by Hon.
Andrew J. Bethea. President of the
5enate, dated May 21st. A. D. 1915, at
;aid time and places a special electibn
ill be held for the purpose of elect
ing a State Senator to fill the unexpir
d term caused by the death of the late
ELouis A ppelt.
There shall be seperate and distinct
ballots at said election for such ques
ion and office, and there shall be sep
srate boxes in which said ballots are
o be deposited, and each ballot box'
hall be labeled in plain Roman letters
ith the question or office voted for.
The qualifications for suffrage are as
Residence in State for two years, in
he County one year, in the polling
3recinct in wbich the elector offers to
ote, four months, and the payment
ix months.before any election of any
>oll tax then due and payable. Pro
7ided, That-ministers in charge of an
>rganized church and teachers -of pub
ic schools shall be entitled to vote af
er six month's residence in the State,
Registration: Payment of all taxes,
ncluding poll tax, assessed and collec
ible during the previous year. The .
roduction of a certificate or the re
eipt of the officer authorized to collect
ouch taxes shall be conclusive proof of -
be payment thereof.
Before the hour fixed for opening the,
yolls, Managers and Clerks must take
Lnd subscribe to the Constitutional
ath. The Chairman of the Board of
anagers can administer the oath to
he other Managers and to the Clerk: Sta
L Notary Public must - administer the Sta
ath to Chairman. The Managers Ma;
Alect their Chairman and Clerk.
Polls at each voting place must b'e
pened at 7 o'clock A. M., and closed
Lt 4 o'clock P. M., except in the City
f Charleston, where they shall -be
)pened at 7 A. M., and closed at 6 P.M.
The managers have the power to fill
L vacancy: and if none of the Managers No1
itend, the citizens can appoint, from
mong the qualified voters, the Mana
rers, who. after being sworn, can con- Sta
luct the election. Jut
At the close of the election, the Man
tgers and Clerk must proceed publicly
o open the ballott boxes and count
Jae ballots therein, and continue with
mut adjournment until the same is com
leted, and make a statement of the No
esult, and sign the same. Within
bree dais thereafter, the Chairman of
he Board, or some one designated by Sa
he Board, must deliver to the Com- t
nissioners of Election the poll list, the
oxes containing the ballots and writ- Sta
en statements of the resulc of the
Managers of Election: The following Sa
Ifanagers of Election have been ap-t
ointed to hold the election at the var
ous precincts in the said County.
Fulton at Pinewood. L.
H B Richardson. Jr, R A Laurence, J
Calvary at Hodges Corner.
F J H6dge, B D Griffin, J B Stukes. Ste
Friendship at Panola.
JT H T Coullette, C W Brown. J M
Richardson. ' . Sta
St. Paul at St. Paul. Sta
Julius King, D C Mason, R L Gayle.St
Santee at Jordan.. sta
P M Mitchum, Jno. H. June,- C F Sta
St. James at Davis'X Roads.
GI Lesesne, Frank McKnight, J ESt
St. Marks at Dugfy's -Store. St
G G Frierson, C W Thames. M L
F R Dingle, H H Windham, M L
Sammy Swamp at Paxville. Ste
T P Brown, C M Thigpen, P A Sta
Manning at Manning. Ste
A C Davis; W S Plowden, R L Rid- Sta
Mt. Zion at Wilson.
Hubert White, Geo. M. Mcknight,St
W' J West,
Brewington at Foreston. Jur
J Col. Johnson, E M Fulton, S M
Plowdens Mill at Alcola. - J
W W Johnson, W P Gardner, J Ap:
Harmony at Chandler's.
J H Witherspoon, B B Odomn, A R
Midway at Barrow's Mill.
R P Barrow, Hugh McFaddin, Dow
New Zion at Boykins.
S E McFaddin, P M Gibbons, L P
Douglas at Turbeville. Ste
D N Buddin, W J Turbeville, T M
Sandy Grove at McFaddin's Store. Ste
W J McFaddin. E S Langston, John Ste
The managers are requested to call
tt the court house for boxes on Satur- Sta
lay Sept. 1st, 1925.
The Managers at each precinct
>amed above are requested to delegate
>ne of their number to secure the box
as and blanks for the election.
. . S. ERVIN.
P. B. HODGE.
T. M. BEARD. ' r
Commissioners of State and County vic
E~lection for Clarendon County. mo
Postponing Old Age.
Overworked, weak or diseased kid- ma
nevs make one feel old before middle Dh
age. Rheumatism, aches and pains,
too free perspiration of strone odor and
other simpatoms are warning that the
kidneys need help. Foley Kidney
Pills make the kidneys strong and ac- C
ive. Dicksons Drug Store.--Adv. las
Important Notice. we
The VW ater Works (omnmissioners clo
desire the names of all those who are Go
conempating connections to the water of
system, in order to know the probable fit
amount of material that will be needd. kn
Please send or p!ace your names with un
Mr. C. RI. Sprott at his office in the oil th'
Is Sickness a Sinl m12
If not, it's w ick'-d to neeleet. illuess vo
and means of relief. It's wicked to en- fe'
dre Liver Ills. Headache, Indiges- mc
tion, Constipation when one dose of he
Po-Do-Lax gives relie f. Po~ Do-Lax is loc
Podophyilin (May A pple.) without the smr
gripe. It arouses the Liver, increases vo
the flow of bile-Natures antiseptic in ev,
the boweis. Your Consiipation and fill
other il's disappear over-niigbt because sol
Po-D-Ltx has helped Nature to re- an
move the cause. G,-t a battle from. Ne
your Druggist to-day. Get rid of your R.
Mrs. Jay McGee. of Steph
enville, Texas, writes: 'For
nine (9) years, I suffered with
womanly trouble. I had ter
rible headaches. and pains In
my back, etc. It seemed as if
I would die, I suffered so. At
last, I decided to try Cardui.
the woman's tonic, and It
helped me rItt away. The
full treatment not only helped
me, but it cured me."
The Woman's Tonic
Cardui helps women in time
of greatest need, because it
contains ingredients which act
specifically, yet gently, on the
weakened womanly organs.
So, if you feel discouraged,
blue, out-of-sorts, unable to
do. your household work, on
-account of your condition, stop
worrying and give Cardui a
trial. It has helped thousands
of women -why not you?
Try Cardui. E-71
V1. D. BAIRD-TURBEVILLE.
e vs Enach Sparks, Fine..$ 4 50
te vs Sam Harrison,Fine... 4 -50
, Notbing to report.
e, Nothing to report.
Total ...................... 9 00
E. C. DICKSON-ALtOLU.
,hing to report.
te vs Eliza Jammerson, Fine 18 00
e, nothing to reprort.
Total ........... ...... 18 00
W. E. FLEMTNG-NEW ZION,
hing to report..
te vs Henry Robinson, Cost 2 00
te vs Lizzie and Toney
Welch, Cost................ 4 00
e vs Bill Logan, Cost....... 250
te vs Esrey Morris, Fine.... 10 -00
Total....... ... .... .... 18 50
3. Barwick, Notbing to report.
J. W. HERIOTT-MANNING.
to vs Alfonsa Plowden, Fine 10 00
to vs Eliza McBride. Cost... 3 80
te vs W. T. Lesesne, Cost... 1 40
evs C. C. Chewning,Cost.. 1 40
to vs Bud Driggers Cost.... 1 40
e vs Willie Bowman, Cost..' 1 40
eo vs Jessie Rhame, Cst... 40
e'vs Sarah Wright. Cot,... 40
eo vs Wayman Smith, Fine 10 00
e vs James James, Cost.... 3 40
eo vs Louis White, Cost ... 2 80
Total ................... 38 40
. RICHBOURG-SUMMER TON.
to vs James Jackson, Fine.. 5 00
evs ME Hunt Fine ......10 00
e vs Ben James, Fine...10 00
e vs Vander Briggs, Fine 5 00
to vs Albert Butler, Cost. 2 00
eo vs Beaurigard Connors,
Cost .................... 200
eo vs J. E. Jones, Cost... 40
eo vs Martin Benbow, Cost.. 19 60
e, Nothing to report.
Total . .................. 5400
i, Nothing to report.
, Nothing to report.
eo vs Ralf Allen, Fine...18 00
Total ................... 18 00
t. P. TOOMER-PINE WOOD.
e vs Willie Bracey, Fine... 5 00
, vs Shomas Green, Fine... 20 00
to vs Sandy Green, Cost.... 40
e vs Jane Comnodore,Cost... 1 40
to vs Isam Crosby and Thom
as E. Richardson, Fine.. 5 60
Total .................... 32 40
Two Common Summer Ailments.
housands of hay fever and asthma
tims who are not able to go to the
mtains find relief in Foley's Honey
Tar Compound. It alla*,s the in
mation, soothes and heals raw and
ing bronchial tubes and helps to
rcome difficulty in breathing, and
es sound, re'freshing sleep possible
ksons Drug Store.-Adv.
A Tribute of Loye,
n the calmn and peaceful afternoon
Satu.'day, August 22, at ten min
s of six. QOr home was saddened
he de.ath o~f our loving sister, Euls
z Morris. 'She was taken about a
k ago with Malarial fevr and all
t medical ||"ill anel loving hands was
e that cou'd be, but not so with
. he s.- n lit to take her. The ways
od are indeed mys:erious, he seen
to take her future all his own, we
w not wh y, but some time we wilt
lrst:nd. ~and how happy is the
uhlt that we grieve not as those
whom there is no hope, but we
ce in the assurance thait she is at
wi i her Master. May we all see
beckorning hanls and strive to
et her on the plains of peace. where
~ting is no more. She was the de
ed wi e of H. M. Morris for only a
months, she was twenty and six
ths of age. It was so hard to give
-up, we still listen for her gentle
:stps and long to see her pleas .nt
ies andi hear her sweet cheering
c. our hearts aches as no one will
r kn:.w for her place can never be
d. She leaves a huehand and litt'e
to mo)urnl her loss a host of relativa
i friends, sha was laid t > est at
w Zion on Sunday aftern'.n by Rev.
E. Smith. *Sitr-lw
Tobacco Sells High!
AT CENTRAL WAREHOUSE.
Don't miss'Cothran. Our sales averaged around nine
cents today. floor scrap and all. We sold around 23,000
pounds, and everybody went home happy talking Coth
ran, the manitbat:talks tobacco for the farmer until the
bunch she-s off and the green runs out. Boys, I love to
talk, I can't help talking, I learned this when a baby and
did not waist my valuable time crying and grieving as.
some peoplhdo. I go to bed talking and get up talking
and it comes natural to me. I love to talk to our buyers
and get the highest possible dollars to be had for my
customers. I am best satisfied when fighting for high
bids. Low prices has left Manning. I hope he got
drowned last week on the Arabic that was sent to the
bottom by a German submarine.
Pick the green and burnt out of your tobacco and
thus save me the trouble of talking it out. Hitch up old
Kate and Old John and turn their heads towards' Man
ning. Don't stop boys until youreach Centrol Warehouse
back of Levi Block, and when you get here you will have
. made the proper decision. Just ask everybody you meet
that sells tobaccb in Manning about Cothran, and his
beautiful, convenient and well lighted tobacco Warehouse.
Everybody I talked to today that saw my sale and some
of those that did not get to my sale promised to ::-:..,.me
tobacco. All of them said, Boy, you can get it if it can be
Read my write up of our market in this week's issue
in another column.
Below I give some sales made today, Monday, July
23. Come on boys and let Cotran plead your cause before
the bar of high prices who holds in his hand justice.
Charlie Dickson sold..............155 lbs at 13 25
Charlie Dickson sold..... ........330 lbs at 11 00
H B Harrington sold..............380 lbs at 11 75
8 E Johnson sold .................290 lbs at 10 00
,SE Johnson sold.. ...............374 lbs at 9 50
Tim.Whie sold...................328 lbs at 12 00
Tim White sold...................196 lbs at 10 00
E D Abraham sold........ .......386 lbs at-12 00
Alex Rhodes sold .......... ......384 lbs at 10 00
. W Jackson sold..................160 lbs at 12 00
J W Jackson sold. ................260 lbs at 12 50
Player & McFaddin sold............260 lbs at 11 50
Player & Williams sold............310 lbs at 11 25
Edward Player sold...............268 lbs at 12 25
Wash McFaddin sold..............150 lbs at 12 50
Wash McFaddin sold..............120 lbs at 12 25
Wash McFaddin sold..............190 lbs at 12 50
H H Garland sold.................606 lbs at 10 75
A W McFaddin sold...............260 lbs at 10 75
A W McFaddin sold...............287 ibs at 10 75
E S McFaddin'seld................535 lbs at 9 75
Thomas Moses sold ...............200 lbs at 10 50
H W McFaddin sold..... .........222 lbs at 11 25
J S McFaddin sold................810 lbs at 10 75.
Harrington & Bradham sold.......344 lbs at 11 00
R. . COTHRAN, Prop. Manning, S. C.
ems OM Sores, Other Remedies Won't Ce.
re cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
orters Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves f
sin and Heals at the same1:ime. 25c,50c, $1.00
Children's Summer Colds. - nr: saeo RsleJns e
It is wrong to neglect a cold at anycee.
ime because it weakens the system
nd lays the sufferer open to attackNOCEFSA .
from other diseases. Wet feet, sudden
canges in temperature and sleeping PusatoOre'fthPobe
ncovered at night cause many chit- Cuto irno ony ae h
ren's colds in summer. Foley's Hon-10hdyoAust 95,aeIne
y and Tar Compound gives sure and teeto bv tlde'tIwl
romopt relief. Dicksons Drug Store. sla ulcacin o ah ewe
Sluggish ILiver Causes Trouble. lynbigadsttenCarno
The discomfort and dangers of hotten()acsmrorlsndbud
eather are doubled if the liver isedadbtigsfolwo-t:Nrh
luggish and the bowels inactive. Fol b ad fToa isn atb
y Cathartic Tablets are prompt, lnso ila avs ot b
holesome and effective in action with lnso o armn n etb
ut griping or pain. If you feel lazyladof3CEnisteam big
nd languid, bloated or overfull, a Pol- tetatdsrbdi edfo .M
y Cathartic Tablet will help y'ou.Dvs xctrofteett fMr
tout persons welcome the light andAnGoondeastoRaleJe,
free feeling they bring. Dickson Drug ~e h t a fMrh 94 n
tore.-A dv. rcre nBo .,pg 8,i h
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We spare no efforttogvyu
service which is uneoqualled.
We clean, press and repair
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oughly that you are sure to be
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Dry Cleaninq Co.aait
'Phone 142, - - - Manning, S. C. ErnScre.3 le hrePt
Take Oat The Ashes.NOIE FSA .
Uremia is due the circulation in the
vstem of poison and waste products UDRADB ITEO
tat should be removed from the blood Jdmn re fteCuto
y the kidneys. If the ashes are notCo onPesinteaoettd
emoved the fire dies And the mach in-acint cdreebaigdteo
ry stops. So with the waste product sFeray419,1wilslatpbc
f the system. Foley Kidney Pillsautoothhiesbderfrch
elps the kidneys remove waste mat-atCanoncuthsetMnig
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icksons Drug Store -Adv.6tdaofSpebr193eigsl
Your Cough Can be Stopped. Alta icpte rtato
Uigcrtoavoid draughts, ex-ladsiutdiClrdn uty
osure, sudden changes, and tatking a e~t-i 8)ars oeo es
reatment of Dr. King's New Discov- ~ncisflos ot n atb
r, will positively relieve, and in timelad ocifrmlyfEstefLe:
il surely rid you of your Cough The Suhb ad fNxe ro rn
first dose soothes the irritation, checks uanWstblndof eier
our Cough, which stops in a short ado ige
ime. Dr. King's New Discovery has \S
een used successfully for 45 years and ihttenersad
uaranteed to cure you. Money back Alte
f it fails. Get a bottle from youresaevsedndonigzt.fth
ruggist, it costs only a little and will
help you so much.-Adv. * Pto hre nIMs ikeE
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