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Bhe aning iues.
MANNING, S. C., J1NE 1, 1904.
Publishes All County and Town Of
ficial Advertisements.
Advertisers will please r
member that copy for
change of ad. mrsT be i
this office by Saturday Noon in order t
insure publication the followin week
Manning Street car Schedule.
Leave Central Hotel corner 9:00 a. m. and 6:
p. m. for the passenger trains, and zhe car wi
also meet the freight trains. Arrangement
have been made with the agent at depot to tel4
phone when freight trains are approachin
Mnning.
Fare. 10 cents each way.
Monday Morning, May 23.
Jenkinson will open one of the mos
important Summer Goods sales eve
seen in Manning. It will mean some
thing to those who have the cash t4
spend.
One ease of 12je Leno Apliques
will go on sale at Sc.
Genuine Silk Umbrellas for Mej
and Ladies, worth $1.75, will go 01
sale at $1.
A brand new stock of Millinery a
prices that will smash all competi
tiorr. If you haven't bought tha
summer Hat yet now is your time.
Don't fail to see the values we hav4
to offer in all kinds of Corsets, fron
50e to $1.
One case of White India Lawns
worth 12-c, will go at Sic.
In addition to giving rebates on al
cash purchases we will also give g
nice, useful present to all who tradi
at much as one doUar with us ii
cash. Remember the day, Monday
May 23.
W. E. JENKINSON.
The sweet girl graduates. are "IT
just now.
. Children's day will be celebrated a
New Zion on the 11th.
Mrs. F. N. Wilson hasreturned homr
from a visit to York, her native home
Rev. J. M. Holladay, pastor of th
Manning Presbyterian church, preach
'ed at Beulah, Florence county. las
Sunday.
/ Mrs. Willie Mayes of Mayesville ha
been spending several days in Mannin
visiting Mrs. Barnett and Miss Anni
Loryea.
Mr. I. I. Appelt arrived home fro
the St. Louis exposition last Monda
evening. He reports the affair th
sight of one's life.
Died at Kingstree 24th inst., Mrs. M
Caroline Gilland, mother of Hot
Thomas M. Gilland. The intermen
ook place at Indiantown church yard
Forsick headache take Chamberlain'
Stomach and Liver Tablets and a quec
cure is certain. For sale by The R. E
Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea
Prop.
The Paxville Academy will have it
closing exercises June 9th. Dr. C. C
Brown of Sumter will deliver the ad
dress and Mr. Louis Appelt has bee:
invited to deliver tio annual medal.
Judge R. 0. Purdy, of Sumter, Hor
J. P. Carey, of Pickens, and Hon. J. E
Boggs, of Pickens, are the guests c
Mr. W. M. Plowden, and will cake:
few days recreation at Brewington.
Married last Mon<)ay evening b;
Rev. J. D. Huggins at Pazville, Mr
B. D. Smith of Alcolu, and Miss Hatti
Stkes of Brogdons. The bride is
daughter of M~r. and Mrs. J. Carso
Stukes.
Married last Sunday evening by Mag
israte S. M. Youn, at the home C
te bride's parents, near Silver, Mr
Charles F. Jenkinson and Miss Kati
Briggs, a daughter of Captain and Mrs
W. S. Briggs.
We see it stated in the Sumter paper
that Mr. John G. Strange, a son of Mr
Tom Strange, Sr., of Wedgefield, for
merly of Manning, was hurt in a rai
way accident-out in Indiana, and had
have a leg amputated.
Died last Saturday night at the homn
of her nephew, Mr. John G. Plowder
Miss Leonora Plowden, aged 81 years
The interment took place Sunday i
the Plowden family burial ground i
t e Fork, Rev. 3. 0. Gough officiating
The enterprising citizens of Greele3
vile were contemplating the erectio
of a cotton oil mill, but have decided t
organize a bank instead. We rathe
guess the swallowing of the Kingstre
mill by the Independent trust ha
something to do with the changeC
*plans.
We are glad to see the town has pl
a garbage cart upon the streets. It
a good investment, something the tow
has needed a long time. Now if coiu
cil will adopt regulations, so that cit
zes can have trash boxes in front <
their- premnises to be carted away, th
ards and streets can be kept in goc
condition.
Miss Elizabeth R.Galluchat,daughte
of Hon. M. C. Galluchat will be marrie
to Mr. Alfred F. Pauling of Orang
burg, at the Methodist church here c
the 16th inst. The ceremony will 1:
performed by Rev. Charles S. Vedde:
L. L. D., of the French Huguen<
church of Charleston.
Died at his home at Macbeth, Berk<
1ev county last Wednesday, Gener:
Edward J. Dennis, Senator of Berkele
county. The deceased, in his youth a
tended school at Summertoni, and fra
*quenty spoke to the writer when
he Senate with him, of his friends at
schoolmates in that section.
Now that a company f.z been formi
to attend to cemetery affairs upon
business basis, the ladies should orgal
ize themselves into a sociegy to loc
*after beautifying this sacred spo
Their good taste and judgment is neel
ed for this work, and the company ci
bear the expenses and look after tl
labor, raise funds. etc.
Mr. Melville Isreal, a prominea
broker of Charleston spent last Thur
day in Manning, accompanied by b
ousin, friend and booster, Col. Rall
Elias. Mr. Isreai has traveled exte
sively, and was quite impressed wii
our town, and its magnificent water,tl
effect of which he thinks is as good.
Keely Cure for his companion, Ehia
Both of these gentlemen are jolly got
fellows and we hope they will con
Last Saturday night on Factory H
Joe Dyson, a white man, swallowed ti
contents of a vial of laudanum, wi1
suicide intent, and about 4o'clock Su
day morning he died. Dr. G. L. Dic
son was sent for, several hours la
er but too la t e t o revive tl
unfortunate f e 110o w, notwithstan
ing the length of time the poison w:
inthe man,Dr.Dickson made every effo
in his power to save him. That Dys<
committed the deed deliberately is es
dnced from the fact that he drunk ti
stuff, and told some people at his hou:
what he had done and where th<
would find the empty vial.
Fewe gallons- wears longer; Devo
It now begins to look as if Manning
will have a public cotton weigher, with A
a strong probability that Mr. Jesse S.
Plowden will be chosen by the board of
county commissioners. Mr. Plowden w
has complied strictly with the law for T
. public cotton weighers, by securing the
necessary number of cotton growers to c1
petition the commissioners for a cotton
weigher,and he also has a strong recOm
mendation for the appointment of him- 1,
self, signed by about all of the business
men in the town. This matter comes up ci
next Saturday before the commission- th
2 ers, and should they elect Mr. Plowden to
> we feel assured their action will be ap- a
proved by the people.
Ills that come from Summer's Heat
A mother need not fear to greet.
a When with "TEETHINA" she's sup
S plied,
No ills with baby need abide.
"TEETHINA" Aids Digestion, Reg
ulates the Bowels, and costs only 25
cents at Druggists. or mail 25 cents to I
Dr. C. .T. Moffett, St. Louis, Mo.
t While Mr. and Mrs. Willie Bultman
r were out driving last Sunday afternoon
the horse became frightened and ran |
away. When Mr. Bultman had about
succeeded in controlling the animal, he
began to kick. and one foot became
fastened on top of the cross-bar. Mr.
Bultman jumped from the buggy to a
zatch him, but before he could do so, c
the horse had dashed off with Mrs. Pl
Bultman in the buggy. The horse ran
around several squares and the buggy _
was finally turned over on Calhoun
street, just as Mr. P. P. Booth succeed
ed in stopping him. Mrs. Bultman was
thrown out, but by good fortune, she
escaped unhurt.-Sumter Herald.
to
Letter to S. J. Clark ta
Dear Sir: The cheap paint to buy is wl
the one that covers more than you ar
think; the cqeap one to wear is the one ef
that is young when old.
Mrs. Moore, of Kelsey, N. Y.. bought
16 gallons Devoe to paint her house two
coats: her painters said it would take
Rnat. Had six gallons left. t1
Mr. James Ackleys house, in Cario
(Catskill Mountains), N. Y., was paint
ed Devoe; It wore 14 years; and the
paint was in good condition then. He
was going to paint, the last we knew,
though- That's the way to preserve a
house; repaint when there's no occa
sion.
Yours truly,
11 F. W. DEVOE & CO.
P. S. Manning Hardware Company
sells our paint.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
Better than a Doctor's Prescription.
Mr. J. W. Turner, of Truhart, Va.,
says that Chamberlain's Stomach and
s Liver Tablets have done him more
good than anything he could get from
B the doctor. If any physician in this
country was able to compound a medi
cine that would produce such gratify
a ing results in cases of stomach trouble,
7 biliousness or. constipation, his whole
B time would be used in preparing this
one medicine. For sale by The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea,
Prop.
Last Thursday Mrs. Alfred Setzer,an
aged widow lady of this town was doing
a little work in her field near a strip of
woods, and while thus engaged some
oue 'dashed up to her and struck her on f
te head with a stick. The blow al- o
most knocked her down: she saw the
scoundrel as he dashed off into the
woods. 'Mrs. Setzer did not see his
face suffciently to recognize him, but
she got a good look at his clothing.
The matter was immediately reported,
and a policeman at once made a search
for the miscreant. He fonnd Jesse Nel
son, colored, and firs. Setzer recog-:
uized the clothing he had on as being th
similar to her assailant. The boy was. Ph
locked up, protesting his innocence,but pr
another negro boy, Dave Tindai, will pe
Stestify he saw Nelson when he struck m:
-the blow and ran. A warrant was sworn
Bout before Magistrate Youmans, and Al
'Nelson will have an opportunity to de
Sfend himself at the next term of court.
No motive, aside from a depraved na- -
ture,- has been assigned for the das
The meeting called for the citizens to
effect a cemetery organization, and to
hear the report of the committee who
were charged with getting up the data,
.met Monday evening and several ladies
-were present. The meeting was called
L- to order by Mr. Joseph Sprott and Mr.
> Clarence Wilkins acted as secretary.
Captain W. C. Davis read a full and
complete report, which was adopted
with the exception of a pchange in the
L~directorate; this was changed from five
- to seven without reference to sex,
i whereas the report called for five di
Srectors who shall be ladies. There was
-considerable discussion and variable
views were expressed. One of the good
ladies present whispered to the writer
"You men do more fussing than we
women," and she was right; there was
considerable gnat straining and camel F
swallowing. At last darkness inter
vened and a conclusion was reached.
which resulted in the election of the
following directors: Joseph Sprott W.
Lt E. Jenkinson, W. C. Davis, D. M. D
s Bradham, W. S. Harvin, J. H. Rigby
i and A. IL Barron. The meeting ad
. journed for the directors to meet, and
-. they elected W. E. Jenkinson president
~and Joseph Sprott, secretary and treas
eurer. The charter will be ready in a
dfew days, and the cemetery will be the
object and generous care of our entire
citizenship.
- Guard J. W. Huggins of the chain
n gang had a thrilling experience on last
e Thursday, and he deserves commenda- G
, tion 'for his coolness and good judgment.
)t The gang was at work near Pinewood,
and a convict by the name of Briggs,
who is'serving a two years' sentence for
e robbing Shaleuhy's store at Summerton c
,l made an attempt to escape. Mr. Hug- a
y gins ordered him to halt, and he refus- sw
t ing, tired two shots hoping it would o
* have the desired effect, but Briggs c
n kept on. Mr. Huggins, as any other o
dd good officer should do tried to make the a
capture without hurting the prisoner, ti
and in this he succeeded. A Mr. Shoe- ti
dmaker happened up, possibly attracted
a by the shots, and to him Mr. Hugg~ins ti
a-turned over his rifle and with two trus- S
k ties he gave chase and ran the convict n
b through the woods and across a field to F
Ia negro house, the house being closed -.
E the convict ran back of it, and jumped
ee into a clay hole from which Mr. Hug
ins and his trusties dragged and carried
~thim back to the gang. Thus by a little
t .discretion, together with a spirit of hu
sanity, Mr. Huggins made the effort
hh and succeeded in capturing an escaping
Sprisoner without imbruing his hands in
'hblood. Guard Huggins acted nobly,and
~ehas set a worthy example for other
Sguards in the future. To deliberately
shoot and kill a prisoner because he.
Swalks off and refuses to stop when or
edered is nothing less than murder.
CONTINUE
It- Those who are gaining flesh
and strength by regular treat
*i Scott's Emulsion
a should continue the treatment
tt in hot weather: smnaller dose
and a little cool milk with ft will
do away with any objection
-which is attached to fatty pro
e ducts during ,the heated
e season. Send for free sample.
5 COTT & BOVINE, Chemists,
945 Pearl stret. ew or.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
S. I. Till, Levi block.
Who is S. L. KrasnofT ?
The Furniture Man. Levi Block. [tf.
Hammocks at S. L. Krasnoff 's.
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best.
The R. B. Lorvea Drug Store.
Plant Wood's tested and true Wheat
Seed. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
A car of 125 barrels of Tennessee
Lime will be in next week. Legg &
Hutchinson.
To Rent-A two story dwelling, good
location. Terms apply to I. C. Ingram
Manning Hotel.
Eight boxes of the finest twenty-five
Talcum Toilet Powder for $1.00, at
Rhame's Drug Store.
S. L. Krasnoff I's is the right place to
get your Refrigerators, Jce Cream
Freezers and Screen Doors.
Graduate Druggists fill Prescrip
tions at The Prescription Drug Store,
Capers & Co., Props., Summerton, S. C.
500 pounds of Twine for binders, and
20 Champion Harvesting Machines to
zether with a large stock of repairs.
Legg & Hutchinson.
Graduate Druggists fill Prescriptions
at The Prescription Drug Store, Capers
& Co., Props., Summerton, S. C.
Will arrive in a few days a car load
of 30,000 pounds of Timmothy Hay and
several hundred bushels of Corn and
Oats. Legg & Hutchinson.
Go to Legg Hutchinson for Portland
Cement, Plaster Paris and Plasterer's
Hair. Op short notice we can furnish
Cypress Shingles and Plasterer's laths.
Legg & Hutchinson.
Graduate Druggists fill Prescriptions
at The Prescription Drug Store, Ca
pers & Co., Props., Summerton, S. C.
For Sale-167 acres of land in Har
mony township, adjoining lands of You
mans and Nelson, said tract has about
75 acres cleared, with a four room ten
ant house. Particulars apply to this
offce.
Graduate Druggists fill Prescriptions
at The Prescription Drug Store, Capers
& Co., Proprs., Summerton, S. C.
For Sale, one lot at Jordan containing
12i acres.5 room dwelling, good garden,
and orchard, barn and stables, a store
house, 20x30 feet, gin house 35x50 feet,
two stories, and two tenant houses.
This is a bargain Apply to Louis Ap
pelt.
CANDIDaTES' CARDS.
CLERK OF COURT.
HEREBY ANOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for Clerk of Court of Clarendon
County. subject to thb rules of the Democratic
primary. ARCHIE I. BARRON.
HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for re-election to the office of Clerk of
Court, subject to the rules of the primary.
J. H. T IMONS
THE VOTERS OF CLARENDON 0.:
Upon the solicitations of triends I hereby
announce myself a candidate for the position of
Clerk of Court for Clarendon County, subject to
the rules of the Democratic primal.
I ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CANDIDATE for
teocofClerk of Court Clarendon Coun
ty, subject to the rules of the Democratic pri
mary. JAMES Mi. WINDHAMf.
I EEYANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
Idaeorthe offce of Clerk of Court, sub
ject to the rules of the Democratic pgrty. My
motto shall be. Honesty, strict attention to bus
iness and straightforward integrity.
ANDREW P. BURGESS.
IANNOUNCE MYSELF A CANDIDATE for
the offce of Clerk of Court. in accordance
with the rules of the Democratic party.
C. R. FELDER.
AUDITOR.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSEEF A CAN
didate for Auditor Clarendon County. sub
ject to the i-ules of the Democratic primary.
W. J. TROUBLEFIELD.
BESING CONFIDENT THAT I HAVE given:
fatflsevcI ask the people for e
election to the offce of -County Auditor, subject
to.the Democratic party rules.
E. C. DICKSON.
SHERIFF.
IHEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
diaefrSheriff of Clarendon County, sub
ject to the rules of the Democratic primary.
I ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CANDIDATE for:
the offce of Sheriff, subject to the rules of
the Democratic party. I was born and reared
In Clarendon and have always endeavored to be
a worthy citizen in private as well as public.
- E. D. HODGE.
T HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for Sheriff of Clarendon County. sub
ject to the rules of the Democraticprm .
SUBJECT TO THE RULES OF THE DEM
'ocratic primary, I announce myself a candi
date for the offce of Sheriff of Clarendon
County. E. B. GAMBLE.
Aprile?, 1904.
THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS: SUB
jet to the rules of the DemocratIc party I
announce myself a candidate for the offce of
Sheriff of Clarendon County.
E. R. PLOWDEN.
SUBJECT TO THE RULES OF THE DEM
~ocratie primary I announce myself a candi
date for re-election to the offce of Sheriff of
Clarendon County for the second term.
t J. ELBERT DAVIS.
TREASURER..
WIHGATEFUL ACKNOWLEDGM~ENT
ty for their confidence and unvarying kindness
in the past. I announce myself for re-election to
the office of County Treasurer, subject to the
primary election. S. J. BOWMAN.
SUPERVISOR.
I HER ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
diaefrCounty Supervisor, subject to the
rules of the Democratic primary.
E. C. HORTON.
I AM A CANDIDATE FOR THE OFFICE
of County Supervisor under the rules anti
regulations of the Democratic party. promising
if elected to give pmy personal attention to the
offce. J. H. JOHNSON.
SUPERINTENDENT EDUCATION.
I EEYANNOUNCE MY CANDIDACY
ithcoigprimary for re-election to the
ifee of County Superintendent of Education.
S. P. HOLLADAY.
SBETTO THE RULES OF THE DEM
ocrtiprimary I announce myself a candi
date for Superintendent of Education of Ciar
endon County. S. L. THOMPSON.
TrO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF Clar
-endon County: I announce myself a candi
date for the offce of County Superintendent of
Education. subject to the action of the Demo
cratic primary. JEFF. M. DAVIS.
IHEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAl'
didate for the offce of Superintendent of
Education of Clarendon County, subject to the
-rules of the Democratic primary.
F. EARLE BRADHAM.
CORONER.
I EEYANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
diat forCoroner of Clarenidon County~sub
ject to the rules of the Democratic primary.
R. J. AYCOO~K.
IN ANNOUNCING MYSELF A CANDIDATE
for the offce of Coroner I solicit the votes of
ali Diemocrats In the coming primary, pledging
myself to abide the result of same.
S. L. STIDHAMI.
TO0 THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF Clar
endon: Being confident of my ability to
conduct the offce of Coroner intelligently, I an
nounce myself a candidate for that offce, sub
ject to the rules of the Democratic party, prom
ising if elected to make a careful study of the
law that I may render effcient service.
WILLIE D. YOUNG.
TH OERS OF CLARENDON COUNTY
Tr ced upon to vote for a man to fill the
offce of Coroner. That offce should be tilled
by a stright, up-and-down, pious and sober man,
ad I being such a man, offer myself as a can
didate for the position, subject to the rules of
the Democratic party. JONFPAK
I EEYANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
Idaeforoner of Clarendon County,sub
ject to the rules of the Democratic primary.
G. D. SMITH.
Rring your Job Work to The Timn'saffine
The 8herwtn-Wifliani Paints Cover the Earth. The 86herwti-WiliaUm Paints Cbver the Erth.
ADVISES YOU
TO TAKE .
A Spring0 rTolc
Now is the time to fortify yourself
against Fever, Chills, Malaria. Debility,
etc., with a good TONIC.
All persons should know that disease
seldom, if ever, attacks the healthy
man, woman or child. The moral is,
"Prevent disease by being healthy." To
be healthy take a first class Tonic. Such
a Tonic is always to be found at
Rhame's Drug Store,
Summerton, S. C.
Dyspepsia
is generally caused or aggravated by
constipation and improper diet. It is
easier to point out the cause than the
remedy. But the sufferer can get infor
mation at RHAME'S DRUG STORE,
which will at once open the door of
hope. The remedy is simple, inexpen
sive, harmless and in nine cases out of
ten effective from the first day.
Some of the best citizens of Claren
don can testify to the above. Names
will be furnished when requested by any
one troubled with indigestion.
D. 0. Rhame,
, Telephone No. 12 for Store.
Telephone No. 9 for Rhame's Residence.
Rhame's Drug Store.
he SherwIn-IlIIIam Sain~ts Cover the Earth. The 8herJIn-WIIIams1 PalatS Cover the Earth.
SPRING OFFRINGS1
In the purchasing of my spring stock' I largely de
pended upon one of my assistants, Miss Hattie Bagnal,
who is -not only intelligently .qualified1 to judge of the _
Sstyles and fashions, but displays the best of taste, to aid -
me, in order that I would be sure to please the most fas
tidious.
Now, I earnestly invite my lady friends to tA LV a look
at the latest creations in
SCrepe Raye,
Coronation Stripes,
MYilusine,
.Fancy Mousseline,
. Windsor Rappillon,
Picot Stripes,
andaslowstekestlswAristo antse, r
-Of course these are only a few lines in dry goods.I
keep everything inthtdprmnadimyrceae
SHOE3S! SIHOES!
Thsdepartment is where my experience as a iner
chant manifests itself. I know a good shoe, and to retain
trade I must sell a good shoe. Come and look through
this line, and I believe I sell you shoes which will give
you good service and save you money.
CLO HINC. '
It is all nonsense to assert that "we are the only
ons"Inspect my stock and if I cannot give you a fit,
another market you will have to seek. Besides I have
accepted the sole agency for the celebrated niade-to-order
line of D'Ancona & Co., fashionable tailors of Chicago,
and every suit I make is with a guarantee of no fit no
money. Come and see the samples now on exhibition inm
my store. A gentleman can have a suit made to order
and get a perfect fit for almost what he can get a hand
me-down for. Give me a trial order, I know I will please
yuIwant your trade, and to get it I must meet compe
tition. This I will do, for I am in business to sell goods
and am doing business on the principle of live and let
live
Chole' Candies. g
ChoclatePeppermint Pralines,
Chocolate Covered Almonds,
Salted Pecans, Salted Almonds,
Vanila Chocolates, Jordan Almonds,E
Marshmellows, Scotch Kisses.
Old Fashioned Molasses Candy,
Orange, Clear Mint,
Lemon, Assorted Fruit.
10C 10C
Ch.- --.Off
He is the happy candidate because he has no compe
tition.
His Platform is
Low Prices & High Values.
He has fought high prices for five years and now he
is conqueror. No competition, as everybody knows that
Till's is the place to get your money's worth.
L8TEN!
D Just in, one solid case of Jacquard Embroidered
Swisse! worth 20c, for.. .. .. ..1....
U let any one try and conv' 3e you that
1 0 1 their 20c goods are better than Till's at
10c. They are fooling you. Come and
get samples from us and compare them..
50Oc 50' ___
MILLINERY.
We are the happy.candidate in this line also.
Just in, one solid case of 50c, 75c, $1 and $1.50
Ladies' Hats in jobs and 'samples. You get
your choice for.........................
If you are without prejudice and simply want the
best goods for the least-money, S. I. Till will sell you.
Levi Bloc1.
E.~ C. HORTON, JR. -(.T. ITCHL EL
I
IOur White Opelling _
UWas largely attended and the results were more than our
wildest expectations, for which we thank you heartily.
We now have turned our energies toward gur
First Great Summer Sale,
Which we promised would follow the second opening, and
Sduring the remaining days of May our store will be boom
ing fulfl of Bargains, for we must turn our large summer
istock into the Cash pretty soon, for we are already.think
3 ing of and figuring on early fall goods, and prices will
Smove merchandise while it is seasonable. If you don't.
believe we can figure cheaper with you on a cash pur
chscome and see. -
dozen Ladies' Summer Gauze Bleached b
5QTape'Neck Undervests for........... .
Have you seen those pretty QUEEN QUALITY
SSLIPPERS? You should see them and purchase a pair.
Summer flillinery.
Wehave had a most successful season in this depart
mnso much so that we will continue this branch of our
Sbusiness. We have kept this line up to the standard and
noyv we have on hand all that is required to get up a styl
ish Summer Hat, and will sell you a Hat cheaper by far
than other places will, and bear this fact in mind that our
~Millinery Goods are perfectly new, all this season's goods,
which should be a big consideration to you.
Yours for business,
IMUTUA DRY GOODS COMPANY
LUTHER MCINTOSH. w. MI~NTER TURNER.
A Good Chance to Join Your Comrades
t Nashville, Tenn., June 14-16, 1904.
n, account of thn Confederate Veter
is' Reunion the Atlantic Coast Line
ill sell round trip tickets to Nashville,
ann.. from Manning at rate of $11.65.
Tickets on sale June 10th to 15th, in
sive, limited to return to leave Nash
lie June 18th, 1904
An extension of the final limit to July
th, 1904, can be obtained by deposit
g tickets with Joe Richardson, Spe
tl Agent, Nashville, Tenn., between
e hours of 8 a. m. and 8 p.m June 10th
18th, inclusive, and upon payment ol
fee of 50 cents.
Schedules and other information will
gladly furnished..
W. J. CR AIG,
Gen'l Pass. Agent.
H. M. EMMERSON,
Traffic Manager.
Wilmington, N. C.
0 A B T O 3 I ..
e pThe Kind You Hame Alwys Bough
of .X
en, John B, Gordon's Own Book.
MErlORIAL EDITION.
AGENTS WANTED in every city
d county. One hundred thousand
pies will be sold. Agents should ap
F quickly for territory.
HE MARTIN & HOYT CO., AT.ANTA, CA.
leiin Springs Boarding.
E announce to my friends and the
blic generally that I am now ready
again entertain those who desire to
ke advantage of the health-giving
ters of the famous Glenn Springs,
d can assure my patrons that every
ort will be made to make them com
etable and to enjoy their stay.
Good airy rooms. Table supplied
)m best market and good service.
My house is the nearest building to
e springs.
Write for particulars to
L. R. CHEWNING,
Glenn Springs, S. C.
GINNING
MACHINERY
B-E-S-T
M-U-R-R-A-Y
Made br Liddell
Not on17, u with the
times, but man 70ars
ahead, if other s7stems
are modern.,
QUALITY
QUANTITY
Get Particulars from
COLUSMBIA, S. C.
Please mention this paper.
Notice of Discharge.
[ iapyto the Judge of Probate
SCednCounty on the 23rd day
June, 1904, for letters of discharge
Administratrix of the estate of Dr.
. . Dinkins, deceased.
LOU W. DINKINS.
Administratrix.
Manning, S. C. May 16, 1904.
SNotice.
All persons holding demands against
e late Preston Mashaw, also called
eston Mashoe, now deceased, will
esent the same duly attested, and all
rsons indebted to said deceased will
ike payment to
ELLICE CHAVIS,
ministrator with will annexed of
said deceased.
Manning, S. C., May 24, 1904. [2t
WHEN IN NEED OF
roCerieS
CALL ON
.B. MOUZON.
NEXT TO
R. W. E. BROWN & CO.'S DRUG
STORE.
Winthrop College
cholarships -& Entrance
Examination.
The examination for the award of va
ht scholarships in Winthrop CollegE
2d for the admission of new students
ill be held at the County Court HousE
i Friday, July 8th, at 9 a. m. Apphi
mts must not be less than fifteen years
age. When scholarships are vacatec
ter July 8, they will be awarded t<
iose making the highest average al
is examination.
Scholarships are worth $100 and fre4
uition. The next session will oper
eptember 21, 1904. For further infor
Lation and catalogues address,
'res. D. B. Johnson, Rock Hill, S. C
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