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ficial Advertisements. MANNING, S. C., OCT. 29, 1902. Matchless Values. 25 doz. Gent's Heavy Canton Flan nel Elastic Seam Scriven Patent Draws value 75c but you get what you want from us at the low pricelof 50c per pair. 1 1000 vds of yard Wide Fleece Black Suiting value 12ic regular but we picked them up at a great value and you get them from us while they last at 8}c the yard. Don't miss this opportunity 2000 yds the best value 27 inch wide Sc Outings that we are selling at 64 the yd. See our great line of Gent's Fleeced Lined Knit Drawers and Undervest for men at 75c the suit Vest and Draws. 5000 yds of the best values in Cali coes at 4jc the yd. The greatest line of Gent's Ladies and Children's Cotton and Wool Un derwear to be found in this town and our prices are the lowest. We defy competition to show a better and cheaper line of fine Dress Goods and Silks and Staple Dry Goods than we are showing. If you want the best and cheapest line of Shoes on earth for yourself and children don't fail to see our H. C. Godman's Famous Black Bottom Shoes i once you buy this line of Shoes you I will never buy no other they give 1 satisfaction and if they don't, Jenkin son will make them good. W. E. JENKINSON. Advertisers will please re member that copy for a i change of ad. Mt'ST be in 1 this office by Saturday Nooa in order to insure publication the following week. I Manning Street Car Schedule. Leave Central Hotel corner 9:00 a. nm. and 6:25 p. m. for the passenger trains, and the car will also meet the freight trains. Arrangements have been made with the agent at depot to tel phone when freight trains are approaching Manning. Fare. 10 cents each way. There would be a building boom here if people could buy lots. Remember the general election 1 comes on next Tuesday. The general election comes off Tues day 4th day of November. Mrs. L. B. Wilson who has been visit ing in Columbia has returned home. About the only busy place in the court house is the Magistrate's office. There will be a marriage in the Methodist church tomorrow evening. 1 Professor Helms of Pine Grove c Academy was in Manning last Tues day. - Salesday is next Monday and some good prcperty will be sold by the sheriff. Rev. P. B. Wells did not fill his pul-r pit last Sunday morning on account of c throat trouble. Died last Thursday at his him near Sardinia Mr. Elliot McFadden aged about 82 years Another brick store will soon be in I the course of erection on the property a a of the Levi estate. Mr. E. A. Bultman the gjeweler in v Sumter has added to his establishment a a professional oculist and optician. t Mr. W. E. Reaves of Pinewood gave usa some "Georgia Bucks" which meas- I ures six to the peck and they are fine 1 eating potatoes.c A son of Rev. R. A. Samblett of Sum merton passed through Manning last Saturday night quite sick on his way home from Furman University. We have good material in town for some fine theatricals, and we hope our young people will enliven this winter's evenings with some entertainments.. There is a great deal of cotton in the fields yet. We know of one farmer on] Santee who estimates his unpicked cotton to be over one hundred bales. There has been a wonderful harvest of old snakes discovered in the Fork. one day last week two were killed one had twenty rattles and the other had fifteen. One of the circus people swapped at two dollar bill off on Mr. J. R. Keels t for a twenty, and Mr. Keels followed the fellow to Charleston and had him< arrested. The town and county tax books are open for the collection of taxes. The town books close on next Friday, and the county books close the last day of December. The program for the Summerton meeting of Black River Union has been printed and the Secretary will have copies at the Santee Association for distribution. The train which runs by here from Creston to Charleston three times a week is a great convenience, and the credit for having it put on belongs to Maj. H. B. Richardson. We have consented to give a column of our paper to the W. T. C. U. of Pax ville provided the matter reaches this office not later than Fridays. We are. compelled to have the copy by then in order to insure it being set up. W. P. Hawkins & Co. are selling stacks of buggies and wagons. They are getting in lots of them and they go off about as fast as they come in. If you want a real good buggy or wagon do not fail to go to their stables. About three hundred tickets were sold at this depot to parties going to the circus, and some of them did not have the money to spare to give to a nice little man we saw at the depot with a church collection book under his arm. Keep your eyes open for a swindler traveling through the country claim ing to be representing Sears Roebuck1 & Co., of Chicago. This fellow has: reaped a harvest of dollars from un suspecting people in various parts of the .State. The election boxes are now ready for the managers, and they can be obtain ed from Mlr. S. N. Youmans up stairs in the court house. The party calling for the boxes will give Mr. Youmans the number of miles from his home to the court house. The story (Black Rock) now running in this paper is very pleasing to our many readers and when this one is con cluded we have arranged for another which is even better. If any of our subscribers miss an issue we have ai few extra copies on hand. Who will take the iniative and or ganize a county building and loan as sociation? Such an institution is need ed, and by having it extended through out the county, enough borrowers can be had to make it a paying investment for those who do not care to borrow. Notwithstanding the government report is low, the price of cotton keeps gradually falling. It is hard to advise what to do about selling. The indica tions are, a short crop, and be believe the price must be better later on, however we wvould not advise people Wu are requested by Rev. Geo. \V Martin pastor of Providence A. M. E hurch that on the second Sunda1 afternoon at 3 o'clock in Novembe tev. P. 13. Wells will preach a mis ;ionary sermon at Providence A. M. E hurch. and the stewards of the Man ing (white) Methodist church are in rited to be present. Providence churci s about 4 miles east of Manning, nea Ir. A. C. Bradhsm's saw mill. The excitement incident to travel ug and change of food and watei >ften brings on diarrhoea, and foi his reason no one should leave hom vithlout a bottle of Chamberlain', olie, Cholera. and Diarrhoea Rem adv. For sale by The R. 13. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop. We regret to learn of the burning o' .o1. D. W. Brailsford's ginnery and rist mill on Friday night last. The lose ncluded five bales of cotton and a con iderable amount of seed. The dooi vas forced, and partially open wher >arties reached the scene, clearly show ng that robbery was first committed nd then the torch applied to cover the feed. No insurance. A :arge crowd from this county w8 t the circus in Sumter, and wt loubt exceedingly if they were repaid or the trip. The show was not up t< ,xoectations. The only feature which ttracted us was the bicycle riding, it vas good as well as hazardous. There s no foundation for the report that the >ig elephant tried to heat his trunk in he red beard of a citizen living neat danning; the animal was simply pick. ng hay seed out of it. Out of Death's Jaws. "When death seemed very neat rom a severe stomach and liver trou le, that I had suffered with foi rears, writes P. Muse, Durham, N. J., "Dr. King's New Life Pills saved ny life and gave perfect health." est pills on earth and only 25c al [he R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Coming down from Sumter on last 'hursday night the train was crowded Lnd a number of Manning's colored ,entry played a sharp trick on con Lucter Gruber, they paid him car fare o Brogdons telling him that was theit estination, and then they beat the rest >f the'way. The'conductor suspected the rick but the crowded condition of the rain, and "all coons look alike" he oncluded he would not attempt to get after them for fear he would make a nistake and "ditch" the wrong passen er. America's Famous Beauties >ook with horror on skin eruptions, >lotches, sores, pimples. They don't ave them, nor will any one who ises Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It glo ifies the face. Eczema or salt rheum anish before it. It cures sore lips, happed hands, chilblains. Infalli 1e for piles. 25c at The R. B. Lor -ea Drug Store. Constable Jenkinson has been stir ag the Remini tigers, one day last reek he caught a negro in the act of eceiving a jug from the train, and hen the negro discovered him, he roke and ran with his jug, Jenkinson llowed, gave the negro a kick between be hip pockets, which rolled him ne way and the jug the other, ben he captured the jug, but the egro hustled, Constable Jenkinson so caught a lot of case goods. We re informed that when constables are een about Remini the tiger people rire ahead and have their stuff put off t Lone Star. If this is true. the au orities should take this matter up nd investigate it to see if the express gents are in collusion with the tigers. t is also reported that agents are al wed 10 per cent from sales made and elivered. The State authorities ought o make it hot for the express compa y~ if .their agents are doing this sort of rafficing. Forty Years' Torture. To be relieved from a torturing isease after 40 years' torture might 'ell cause the gratitude of anyone. [hat is what DeWitt's Witch Hazel alve did for C. Haney, Geneva, 0. le says: " DeWitt's Witch Hazel alve cured me of piles after I had uffered 40 years." Cures cuts~burns, rounds, skin diseases. Beware of ounterfeits. The R. B. Loryea Drug tore. A very mysterious stealing occured .t Oakland recently. Two bales of cot. on, one belonging to Mr. Paul Harvin, he other to a negro named Hopkins, were in Mr. Paul Harvin's yard. some listance from the road, and the cottor isappeared without the sign of a wagor ir foot track about. How the cottor rot away is a puzzle to the people o1 hat community. Hopkins came tc blanning and had issued a search war. -ant to search a house on Mr. Harvin's >lace. Deputy Heriott executed thE carrant, and the house shown him by Iopkins was searched but no cottor was found there. Mvr. Heriott san ome bagging in the house which Hop Eins thought was a bale, that he saw b) eeping through the cracks. The fac1 >f a negro having a white man's prem; ses searched for stolen cotton createc ome indignation, and the whole affair s being talked about considerably. Whx ver stole that cotton was shrewc mough to hide his tracks. Goes ILike Hot Cakes. " The fastest selling article I have n my store," writes druggist C. T. 3mith of Davis, Ky., "is Dr. King's New Discovery for coughs and colds. ecause it always cures. In my si rears of sales it has never failed.] aave known it to save sufferers froa :hroat and lung diseases, who could ;et no help from doctors or any othei 'emedy." Mothers rely on it, besi bysicians prescribe it, and The R. B.~Loryea Drug Store guaranteet atisfaction or refund price. Tria) yottles free. Regular sizes, 50e and 31. _____ ______ On last Sunday night the train froir umter brought'down a lot of colored elegates from the Baptist Association. ackson Walker of this place was pret vy badly shaken up and painfully hurl om failing off of the train just abovE Brogdon's Station. The train hat ;lowed up to give the conductor time tc yollect up the tickets and fares, anc iccording to Walker, Alex. the porter yame up to him while he was standing yn the platform smoking, charged hinr vith trying to beat his v:ay, and shovec aim from the train, some of the passen. rers in the car when they learned thai Walker had been shoved from thE :rain asked the conductor to back his :rain and pick him up. the conductoi efused, and told them that the fellou~ .vas beating a ride. When the trair reached here a party went on in searcd f Walker and between Brogdons and Alcolu they met him walking. he was >ought to Manning about midnigh1 md Doctor Brown called to attend him l'he examination shows the ribs to b( everely strained on the right side md the' danger is internal injury whiei annot be ascertain yet. Jackson Walker is a well behavec olored boy and quite a favorite witt he white people who deplore the ac ident that has befallen him, and if thi tatement of Walker and some othe1 olored p~eople who were on the trail ss true it will not surprise us if a dam me suit results. Walker is a thrift3 oyv and usually has money and it i: 20't believed he was tryin gto beat his vay on the train. That porter shouli The State Chairman has sent out the following circular: If you desire tc come to the relief of several hundred taxpayers of your State upon whom the Federal Courts are trying to fasten t tax to pay for a railroad which was never built, and which, unless relief is had, will very nearly acount to confis cation of their homes, vote YES on the proposed Constitutional Amendment tc Section 11 of Article VII., relating tc Counties and County Government; which Constitutional Amendment de stroys the corporate existence of those townships. and removes all corporate agents, thereby circumventing the Fed eral Courts, for they have conceded that in collecting this tax they must act through the officers of the town ships: and if said towships have no officers, they are at their row's end. The State Courts have decided this debt invalid. and it is, therefore, not repudiation. Stand by the decision of your State Courts. and vote for the re lief of your fellow-citizens as against the holders of these illegal, invalid and unjust bonds. His Life in Peril. "I just seemed to have gone all to pieces," writes Alfred Bee of Welfare, Tex., "biliousness and a lame back had made life a burden. I couldn't eat or sleep and felt almost too worn out to work when I began to use Electric Bitters. but they worked wonders. Now I sleep like a top,ean eat anything,have gained in strength and enjoy hard work." They give vigorous health and new life to weak, sickly, run-down people. Try them. Only 50c at The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. They Sure Did. - On last Friday evening the citizen's brass band gave the people of this com munity an entertainment which was not only a great success, but an agree able surprise to a large audience. The boys played two selections in a very creditable manner indeed, and their execution of the two pieces was indeed a compliment to Professor Shoemaker their instructor. Miss Wyman's pia no performance was the display of a skillful musician. The rendition of that catchy and cute little opera Flora a-dora, was so well done that the au dience insisted upon its reproduction with hearty encores. We had the pleasure of seeing this opera by a large company of professional opera singers last winter in Columbia. and we are not indulging in flattery when we say that our amateurs compared very fa vorably with them. Miss Margaurite Tindal delighted the audience with a recitation which was a good display of elocution. Miss Lil Harvin's ren dition of a vocal solo was received with much approval. Professor Shoe maker's violin solo's, notwithstanding the popping of his strings brought forth applause, but the climax was cap ped by the last number on the program "Cake Walk." The participants, were Mr. Wells-Johnsing with Miss Gallu chat-Brown, Mr. Cuttino-Marion Smith, with Miss Bagnal-Under growth, Mr. Mortimer Hawkins-Sin ix with Miss Cole-Flatback, Mr. Mc Intosh-Syfax with Miss Harvin-Ban dana, Mr.-Hawkins-Depew with Miss Wyman-Springs, Mr. Clark-Stove Pipe with Miss Lil Harvin-Jones, Mr. Rigby-Black Sport, with Miss Perry-Thicklip, Mr. Wilkins-Round front with Miss Weinberg--Cookpot. The couples showed up well. Mr. Johnsing and Miss Brown sure did step igh and graceful but the others did well also. Mr. Johnsing with his part er was awarded the cake by the judges -Capt. W. C. Davis, Maj. A be Levi and Mr. W. S. Harvin, but there were other couples in the bunch in our oinion, were as good "coons" as Mr. ohnsing and Miss Brown. We saw no flies on Mr. Hawkins-Depew and Miss Wyman-Springs, neither could we discover any specks on Mr. Cuttino -Marion Smith and Miss Bagnal Undergrowth, and then we do not see where the judges found any. anglo-sax n about Mr. Mclntosh--Syfax and Miss Harvin-Bandana. The wvhole push inade the appearance of "all coons look alike" but the judges had to award the cake or take chances them selves with a razor. When the prize was awarded it so pleased Mr. John sing that his belt slackened to give it a reception. Mis Hattie Harvin deserves much credit for the management in this very pleasant affair. The couples that so gracefully rendered Flora-a -Dora were Misses May Wilson, Janie Ingram, Lil Harvin, Mayme Harvin, Virginia Galluchat, Blanche Wells, and Messrs Joe Wells, Frank Richard son, Charles Rigby, Eddie Horton, J. F. Thomason, James Hawkins, Miss Pansy Wyman at piano. The audience was large and appreciative, and it is hoped the young folks will come again. Old People Have Their Troubles. Mr. Francis Little of Benton Har bor, Mich., is over eighty years of age. Since 1865 he has been troubled more or less wvith indigestion and constipation and has tried almost everything in use for those ailments. Last August he began using Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and was soon feeling much better. In a recent letter he says "I have used three boxes of the Tablets and now think I am well." These Tab lets improve the appetite and invig orate the stomach, liver and bowels. For sale by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop. Petit Jury. Court convenes Nov. 17th. Judge Townsend presides. F. P. Herrington, Workman. W. L. Brunson, Summerton. Harmon H. Windham, Manning. R. T. Geddings, Paxville. E. J. Brown, Manning. J. E. Beard, Turbeville. C. H. Castine, Turbeville. T. P. Brown, Paxville. J. P. Tucker, Jordan. A. W. Billups, Summerton. J. G. H. Setzer, Manning. A. P. Burgess, Manning. D. S. Wheeler, New Zion. J. F. McFadden, Bethlehem. C. F. Rawlinson, Jordan. H A. Plowden. Wilson. J. Q. Mathis. St. Paul. H. F. Stack. Pinewood. A. P. Hill, Paxville. G. G. Thames. Foreston. A. M. White, Manning. L. P. Hardy, New Zion. \y. E. Davis. Jordan. J. A. Brown, Paxville. C. H. Bradley, Jor-dan, T. A. Bradhan, JTr. Manning. WV. D. Gamble. Neiv Zion. A. S. Briggs, Summerton. Clarence R. Breedin, Manning. C'. R. F. Baker, Manning. B. P. Fulton. Foreston. R. RI. Billups, Jr. Sumnmerton. E. S. McIntosh, Manning. Jas. F. Dickson. Manning. S. B. Gibson, Manning. W. N. Stukes. Paxville. Natural Anxiety. Mothers regard approaching win ter with uneasiness, children take cold so easily. No disease costs more little lives than croup. It's attack is so sudden that the sufferer is often beond human aid before the doctor arrives. Such cases yield rapidly to One Minute Cough Cure. Liquifies the mucus, allays inflammation, re moves danger. A bsolutely safe. Acts immediately. Cures coughs, colds, grip, bronchitis, all throat and lung trouble. F. S. McMahon, Hampton, Ga.: "A bad cold rendered me voice less just before an oratorical contest. I intended to withdraw, but took One Minute Cough Cure. It restored my voice in time to win the medal." BUSINESS LOCALS. S. I. Till's, next door to Rigby's. Rice Flour at The Manning Grocery Co. If S. I. Till can't sell you shoes, then nobody can. Heinz's Tomato Soup, ready to serve at S. A. Rigby's. Rugs and Window Shades are two of S. I. Till's leaders. Ten dozen Men's $2.00 Sample Hats at 98c, at S. I. Till's. "P. P. P." and Obelisk Flour at The Manning Grocery Co. See S. I. Till for children's heavy school and work Shoes. Get Blankets, Comforts, and Dry Goods from S. A. Rigby. Mr. A. B. Galloway of Clinton is vis iting friends in Manning. Men's heavy Oil Grain Elastic Plow Shoes $1.00, at S. I. Till's. Sweet Pickles of all kinds, Fine Olives too, at S. A. Rigby's. Pearl Onions, they are fine. Put up by Heinz also, at S. A. Rigby's. Heinz's India Relish makes you relish what you eat. S. A. Rigby. Don't be fooled into paying big prices, but go to S.,I. Till's next door to Rigby's. One thousand dollars worth of Ham ilton-Brown Shoes just received at Rigby's. For Sale-500 acres of first class to bacco land. For information apply at this office. Always plant the best Wood's Rye Seed is the best. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Tested and True Wood's Rye Seed, they will germinate. The R. B. Lor yea Drug Store. Fifteen dozen pairs Men's heavy Wool and Buckskin Sample Gloves at half price, at S. I. Till's. To arrive Wood's Silver Skin, Yel- 1 low Danvers and Pearl Onion Sets. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Wanted-Standard Yellow Pine Ties 6x9x8. Anderson Lumber Co.. Char leston, S. C. [Il-h You should see my line of Heaters. Prices from $1.75 to $6.00, call and see I them. J. F. Dickson, next door to Levi. The finest Box Paper that can be had, in the latest styles, at Venning's Jewelry Store. Also Tablets very cheap. Genuine Texas Red Rust Proof Seed Oats. also a few hundred bushels of Wood's Rust Proof Oats at The Man ning Grocery Co. J. F. Dickson is the man to sell you I] that Gun you want. I have just opened up 3 dozen; the price cuts no figure. f For they must be sold. Orange Blossoms are blooming. Go to S. R. Venning's and buy your Wed- ( ding Presents. He has a large and handsome line. Levi block. Extra Buggy Poles, Shafts, Storm Aprons, Dashes, Axle Washers, Wrenches, Umbrellas, Lap Robes and Whips. Legg, Hutchinson & Co. Seventy-five Riding Saddles, Men's, Boys' and Misses'. We also have ex tra Stirrups, Stirrup Leathers, Girths and Spurs. Legg, Hutchinson & Co. Harrisonburg, Va. Nov. 10, 1901. I thibk the Boston Stars one of the ( finest attractions I have ever heard. W. C. Switzer, Manager. Institute I Hall, Nov. 5. Springwater, N. Y., Dec. 9, 1901. Dear Sir:-The concert given by the Boston Stars was first-class in every respect and hope they will visit us again-W. N. Willis. Inst~itute Hall, Nov. 5. G. Walt Whitman of Union died sud denly at his home last Monday. Mr. Whitman was at one time pastor of the Manning Methodist church, and he: was once a member of the legislature and several times a candidate for gov - ernor. Will arrive soon, a car load of Young Men's Buggies built on low 5-8 wheels, 17 and 19 inch bodies, and painted mn the prettiest of colors. This will cer tainly be the prettiest lot of Vehicles ever shown'in Manning. Legg, Hutch inson & Co. Melrose, Mass., Oct. 22, 1901. Dear Mr. Lovett-The "Stars" are all right. I believe they are better this season than ever before. I have heard nothing but words of commendation: from those who have heard them. -: Bertram E. Lovejoy, General Sec., Y. M C. A. Institute Hall, Nov. 5. Hlow About Your Eyes? If you are having trouble with them it would pay you to visit my Optical Parlor and have Dr. Highsmith, SPECIALIST, Test them, and if necessary fit you with a pair of our comfortable fitting Glasses, which are the best and finest on the market at the price. Absolute Satisfaction (Juar anteed In Every Instance. E. A. Buitman,, IJEWELER, Sweet Iron Tonic i Will build you up and . make red blood flow into your pale cheeks. FOR SALE AT Ehame's Drug Store. ' f Puriture Paint. ALL KINDS. SAT ANY PRICE.i R HAME'S DRUS STORE, Sumnmerton, S. C. AnAAAAaaAA.&uAIuA&AA.&IAAALAnuAA& NOTICE OF ELECTION For Representative in the 58th ('on g'ess, First District. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, COUNTY OF CLARENDON.f Notice is hereby given that the Gen eral Election for Representative in Congress will be held at the voting precincts fixed by law in the county of Clarendon being Tuesday, November 1, 1902, said day being Tuesday follow ing the first Monday, as prescribed by law. The qualifications for suffrage are as follows: Residence in the State for two years, in the County one year, in the polling precinct in which the elector offers to vote four months, and the payment six months before any election of any poll tax then due and payable; Provided, That Ministers in charge of an organ zed church and teachers of public schools shall be entitled to vote after ;ix months' residence in the State, >therwise qualified. Registration. Payment of all taxes, including poll ax, assessed and collectible during the previous year. The production of L certificate or of the receipt of the flicer authorized to collect such taxes ;hall be conclusive proof of the pay nent thereof. Before the hour fixed for opening the ;olls Managers and Clerks must take Lnd subscribes to the Constitutional ath. The Chairman of the Board of Man gers can administer the oath to the )ther Managers and to the Clerk: a otary Public must administer the )ath to the Chairman. The Managers lect their Chairman and Clerk. Polls at each voting place must be )pened a 7 o'clock a. m. and closed at o'clock p. m., except in the city of harieston, where they shall be open d at 7 a. m. and closed at 6 p. m. The Managers have the power to fill vacancy, and if none of the Managers attend the citizens can appoint from Lmong the qualified voters the Mana ers, who after being sworn, can con luct the election. At the close of the election, the Man gers and Clerk must proceed publicly o open the ballot boxes and count the )allots therein, and continue without .djournment until the same is complet d, and make a statement of the result or each office and sign the same. Within three days thereafter, the hairman of the Board, or some one lesignated by the Board, must deliver o the Commissioners of Election the oll list, the boxes containing the bal ots and written statements of the 'esult of the election. The following MANAGERS OF ELECTION tave been appointed to hold the election .t the various precincts in the said ounty. Fulton, at Pinewood--Pinckney 3roughton, Walter D. Epperson, N. J. rown. Calvary, at Hodges Corner - J. J. 3roadway, J. D. Hoyle, J. B. Stukes. Frendship, at Panola-J. M. Brai]s ord, E. P. Briggs, S. P. Hollady, J r. St. Pauls, at St. Paul-J. L. Herlong, SH. King, R. M. McKnight. Santee, at Jordan-J. P. Coleman, . H. Bradley, G. W. Plowden. St. Marks, at Duffle's Old Store-I. T. Tobias, Moultrie Oliver, Milton tukes. Concord, at Summerton - H. R. eldeau, W. A. Fischer,H. A. Tisdale. St. James, at Davis X Roads--R. R. lillups Sr, Henry Carrigan, G. H. )ukes. Sammy Swamp, at Paxville-R. C. 2ackey,~J. H. Brown, L. S. Barwick. Manning, at Court House-J. H. Mc Enight, W. T. Tobias, E. B. Gamble. MIt. Zion, at Wilson-W. M. Plowden, . T Ridgeway, Rufus Johnson. Brewington, at Foreston-W. T. Celly, T. L. Bagnal, C. S. Land. Plowden's Mill, at Alcolu-J. J. j AT RIGHT that Has Ever Stru~ck I Thirty five thousand dol CLOTHING, SHOES, BL2 DIES' JACKETS, FURS, S3 etc., must and will be "su Icash dollars while these thi Sspecially invited to share in t iSpecial Oct< SFOR THIS. FI i 25 dozen All Linen Handke1 I 25 dozen Men's Linen Camb: S15 dozen Ladies' Embroid< 3 worth 15c. S10 dozen Ladies' Walking I these skirts will come to S10 pieces All-Wool Venetiar I at 48c; worth 65c. S5 pieces 54-inch All-Wool R I in, at 50c the yard. S5 pieces Etomnine Cloth.I I Specially adapted for SI Slining at $1.10; did sel wide. 44-inch Black Shark Skins I worth 75c. IFine French Stripe Waist] bargain. They cost mor I 5 pieces All-Wool Red Flani S4 pieces Twill Red Flannels I25 pairs Arlington Blankets, at $2.05. S10 pairs All-Wool 11-4 e $7.50, for this sale only S5,000 yards 36-inch fine See 2 greatest cloth ever offere SUnderwear of all kind. Sei money. Yo Winter Sucannot put off getting the wveathier is cooler. Fo HAMITON Sreverybody, and remember Sour Great Slaughter Sale too. HAMILTON-BROWN'S me too are being pushed to the fro Don't forget about the Ame and American Gentleman Shot Shoes for children. Clothing, Young men, keep your eye the greatest line this fall we ha' np-to-date Suit for a little mont Iour line. The good part about< Eatables too in various kind DaRliable S= Barfield, I. B. Bagnal, James Reaves. Harmony. at Chandlers-J. G. Plow den, H. L. B. Hodge, W. E. Daniels. Midway, at Barrow's Mill-H. M. McIntosh, H. J. Wheeler. W. H. H. Hobbs. New Zion, at Boykins-R. S. Flem ing, J. P. Gibbons, J. M. Player. Douglas, at Cole's Mill-Martin Tur beville, M. D. Beard, H. C. Clyde. Sandy Grove, at McFadden's Store W. D. McFadden. Charles Cook, R. C. Burgess. The managers at each precinct named above are requested to delegate one of their number to secure boxes and blanks for the election. They can be se cured on and after October, 31st at the Court House. LOUIS T. FISCHER, S. W. MCINTOSH, J. N. BROWN, JR, Commissioners of Federal Election for Clarendon County, October, 15, 1902. =10= REASONS wsH The B. B. Loryea Drug Store IS THE MOST POPULAR DRUG ESTABLISHMENT NORTH OF CHARLESTON. BAUSE Uniform courtesy is ex 1st. . tendedo all patrons, whether rich or poor, white or colored BECAUSE We carry the largest and 2nd. most complete line of DRUGS. MEDICINES and CHEMICALS. BECAUSE Our Prescription Depart 3rd. ment is conducted on strict Pharma ceutical principles. 4th BECAUSE Promptness. Celerity. 4 . Dispatchand Skill are exhibited first. last and all the time. 5 BECAUSE Night calls are cheerfully. . courteously and promptly responded to. BCUEenvy, jealousy and mal 6th. ie have no home in our establish ment. 7th. BECAUSE We are agents for the . justly popular LONGMAN & MAR TINEZ PREPARED PAINTS. 8th. BECAUSE We are agents for T. V. liWOOD & SONS' Tested and True Garden Seed. Seed that will germi nate, and which secured the medal for general excellence from the Paris Exposition of 1900. 9 . BEAUSE T are the agents for 1 th. INTERNATIONAL SOKFO COMPANY'S Products. We have many unsolicited testimonials regard ing their efficacy. 10 BUT Why tell people what they 1i JbL. already know? And they are fully aware that THE R. B. LORYEA DRUG STORE is conceded to be the Ideal Drug Store of Clarendon County. For Twenty-eight years THE R. B. LORYEA DRUG STORE has met every demand made upon them. and while --men may come and men may go." the Sign of the Golden Mortar stands like a beacon and shines for all. filE R. B. LORY[R IIRUG 81OR~, ISAAC M. LORYEA, Proprietor, Sign of the Golden Mortar, MANNINC, S. C. 'PHONE NO. 2. - Mail Orders receive immediate attention. Notice of Discharge. I will apply to the Judge of Probate for Clarendon County on the 7th day of November 1902, for letters of dis charge as Guardian for Charles F. Harm, mior.R. H. GRIFFIN. Pinewood, S. C.. Oct. 7th, 1902. Bring sour Job Work to The Times offices ere is Going on Now e of the GREATEST LL BARGAIN Sales Manning Town. lars worth of DRY GOODS, ~NKETS, COMFORTS, LA ALL WARES, EATABLES, apped" for the all powerful gs are seasonable. You are heir distribution. ber Peaches RST COLUMN. cliefs for Ladies at 5c eachl. ic Handkerchiefs at 10c. red Handkerchiefs at 10c; - kirts -at $3.48. The cloth in more than the price.E Clothl in the leading shades, pellants, new shipment just o rain affects this goods. irts and can be made without for $1.50 and it's 54 inchles erose Dress Goods at 50c; lannel at 48c. See this big e to make. els at 124c. at 15c. second shipment this season, xtra Heavy Blankets; worth Island Sheeting at Sc. The d at the price. us and save yourself good 'Shoes. new Shoes any longer, nowv thlat OWN SHOES ve are including these Shoes in ium priced Shoes and fine Shoes t at correspondingly low prices. rican Lady Shoes for fine trade, for stylish boys, and Security Clothing.I s on thlis department. WVe have e ever carried. If you want an y don't buy until you have seen r Clothes too is they fit. L. RIGHT.i JTHE BIG STORE. If It's Fine Clothes You Want Just step right in here and we can show you Suits that are made by the very best tailors, and that have the right hang Ito them as long as they are worn. We hav e all the Styl1 ish Cuts as high as $20 and as low as $5. No other house can show ONEOrTHE LATEST such values. Come and S E EO A pleasure to show you -ES E through each department. INE LOTH 0K. "Walk=Over" Shoes $3.50 and $4. Our Shoe Stock is complete, embracing all leathers. Why pay more than $3.50 or $4 for a shoe? In the "WALK-OVER " you get style and wear. You are always welcome whether you buy or not. STUDS& CUTTIN 5 S. Main St., - SUMTER, S. C. 'Phone 170. ITH E BIG STORE OUR NEW FALL & WINTER SUITS Are now in and we feel sure that we can show you something that will please you exactly. There are lots of new ideas in Suits this season and we would like for our Clarendon friends to drop in and make their selections while the as sortment is full. We have good, Serviceable Suits for men $5.00 as low as..............-----. Medium grades at $6.50, $7.50 and. .. ..... 8.50. And much finer grades at $10, $12, $13 and 20.e00. .Boys' Suits from 61 up to... .... .... .... .50* A call from you will be very much appreciated. D. J. CHANDILER, CLOTHIER AND FURNISHER, SUMTER, - S. C.