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MANNING, S. C., OCT. 5. 1904.
Publishes All County and Town Of ficial Advertisements. Advertisers will please re -= member that copy for a change of ad. MrsT be in this office by Saturday Noon in order to insure publication the following week-. Great Anniversary Sale. On next 'Monday Oct. 3rd we will open our great anniversary sale and will close i. Saturday Oct. Sth. Great sale fine Dress Goods, Silks and Trimmings. Great:sale of Millinery and and all Millinery Goods. Great sale of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods. Great sale of Shoes for the old and young. Great special sale in our furniture department. Great sale of Ladies Cloaks J!ackets and Furs. Great sale of men's boys' and chil dren's Clotiing. Great sd-Ie of me's overcoats and Rain Coats. A full line of Sewing 'Machines ana Sewing M1achine Supplies. Neddles, Relts. and Oil and all kinds ot fixtures. Sewing M1achines and Furniture sold on easy terms. Our' Dress Making Department is now open. Ladies give us your orders for this Department if you want prompt deliveries. Xv. E. JENKINSON CO. Lovett's Boston Stars. October 11. Mr. S. T Till is in Charleston on busi ness. Miss Mayme Harvin spent Monday in Sumter. Miss Sue McCollough visited Samter last Mrnday. The city of Greenville is threatened with a water famine. Mr. John Walker has accepted a position with The New Idea. Editor C. W. Wolfe of the Kingstree Record. spent Monday in town. Capt. Thomas Wilson, of Cades, was here yesterday, attending court. Senator T. G. McLeod. of Bishopville. spent Monday night in Manning. The Boswell ginnery at Foreston was destroyed by fire last Thursday. Col. W. A. Neal, of Spartanburg, spent last Saturday in Manning. Mrs. McGee and Miss Bertha Hodge of Kingstree are visiting in Manning. Miss Lannie Bell, of Indiantown, is in Manning visiting the Misses Bagnals. We are glad to see Mr. W. E. .Jen kinson out again after his recent ill ness. There will be no preaching at Dudley Baptist church or at Alcolu en next Sunday. :Mrs. W. T. Sellers and children have returned to their home. after a visit to Mr. Sellers. Harmony Presbytery is, in session here. Delegates are arriving upon every train. Hon. Benard SMeLoughlin of the Bishopvile Bar spend Monday night in Manning. There will be a musical entertain ment in the Pinewood Academy Friday evening, Oct. 7. JT. D. Alsbrook, Esq.,.is ndw in charge of the dispensary, with .Mr. Claude Chewnmng as clerk. Wilcox & Wilcox, of the Florence Bar, were here yesterday engaged in the case of Wilder vs Alderman. Miss Grace Skidmore, of Charles twon, West Virginia, is in Manning visiting her aunt, Mrs. E. S. McIntosh. Mr. A. W. Lanneau of Charleston has been appointed assistant manager of the local oil mill. and arrived here this morning. Mr. A. S. Briggs, of Darlington, spent several days of last week in Clar endon. We predict he will come back to his first love. There will be preaching at Fellow ship church next Sunday at 4 o'clock p. m. by Rev. M. A. Connors. Public cordially invited. Mrs. Fannie E. Dunn of Bishopville is here on a visit to her brother Mr. R. H. Davis who is convalescent from his recent illness. Messrs. T. F. Coffey atid W. P. Hawk ins are doing the St. Louis exposition, and while in the great live stock city, will buy their fall stock of horses and mules. The merchant who does not believe advertising pays should ask Mr. J. W. McLeod what that lady said about see ing in THE TDIES $1.00 gloves being sold for 48 cents. Hon. J. P. Carey and Col. J. W. Shelor of the Walhalla Bar were here last night before Judge Dantzler in the matter of Hoyt Hayes convicted of mur der in Oconee county. Married at the residence of the rooms father, Mr. T. S. McElveen in Williamsburg, by James Beard, Esq.. a notary public, Mr. .T. N. Mc Elveen and Miss Bessie Joye. The town council should organize a crusade against the cats now infesting this town. We know if council will instruct the police these pests will be driven away in a single day, and they should be. The case now occupying the atten tion of the court is J. T. Wilder vs D. W. Alderman Sons' Co. The contention is over a small piece of land over which the Alderman railroad runs. There is an array of counsel on both sides, and the case is being energetically con tested. The entertainment that is to be gven at the Pinewood Academy Fri day evening October 7 will .consist, of voal and instrumental music. recita tions, etc. Everybody is invited. Re freshments will be served. Proceeds for the new Methodist parsonage. Maj. Marion Moise of the Sumter Bar accompanied by Sheriff Scarbor ough of Sumter, and Mr. J. Ed. Ander son were here yesterday to apply for bail before Judge Dantzler. in the mat ter of the killing of S. F. Hurst, at Maesville. On account of the Solici tor not having had time to looking to case, the hearing was postponed until next Thursday. Editer Brown, of the Barnwell Sen tinel spent last Friday in Manning in specting the local dispensary and effecting the settlement preparatory to making the transfer from Mr. E. B. Brown to J. D. Alsbrook, his successor. In speaking of the financial condition of this dispensary, Inspector Brown sas it was well and accnrately kept and the outgoing dispenser has mani fsted excellent business qualifications. When we went to press last week the case of the State against S. MT. You mans was being tried, and continued until Thursday night, when it was given to the jury. and in less than eight minutes they returned a verdict of not guilty, and Mr. Youmans was a free nan. The case was well managed upon both sides. Solicitor Wilson did his duty fully and fearlessly, and Capt. W. C. Davis and Hon. J. H1. Lesesne. acquitted themselves with greal credit. All of the speeches to the jury were forceful and eloquent. There being no other case ready for trial, his IloUor Judge Dantzler, as a matter of economy discharged the jury and adjourned the court. until Monday, when th nyi business was taken u,,. ,Can You Eat? .. B. Taylor. a prominent. merchant of Chriesman. Tex.. says: -I could not eat because of of a weak stomach. 1 lost all strength and ran down in weight. All that money could do was done. but all hope of recovery vanished. Hearing of some wonderful cures effect ed by use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. I concluded to try it. The first bottle benefitted me. and after taking four bottles, I am fully restored to my usual strength. weight and health." Nodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and cures. Sohl by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Our readers will remember the acei lent which befell -Mr. Seymour at Sum merton last week, by. some one, uu known at the time, hitting him in the head with a briekbat and injuring him severly. The people of Summer ton were naturally indignant at such a dastardly act being possible in their town, and every effort was maue to discover the culprit. it turned out tha't the brick was thrown by \1r. Fred [anham without intending to hit Mr. Seymour, and he was fined $10. by the town council for the act. We are told that 'Mr. Lanham went to Ir. Sey mour and acknowledged throwing the brick but disclaimed any intent to hit him. and that it was purely accidental, and we are further informed that 'Mr. Seymour, after 1r. Lanhamn's acknowl edgement and statement, refused to >rosecute him. Cause of Lockjaw. Lockjaw, or tetanus, is caused by a bacillus or germ which exists plenti fullv in street dirt. it is inactive so long as exposed to the air, but when arrjed beneath the skin as in the 'vounds caused by percusssion caps or t b rusty nails, and when the air is ex-r fuded the germ is raused to activity s nd produces the most virulent poison 1 own. These germs may be destroyed t ud all danger of lockjaw avoided by t ipplying Chamberlain's Pain Balm I freely as soon as the injury is received. ain Balm is an antiseptic and causes i uts. bruises and like injuries to heal ithout maturation and in one third he time required by the usual treat nent. It is for sale by The R. B. Lor ea Drug Store, Isaac 'M. Loryea, Prop. Fall Opening. t men of the masculine gender get to- I ether, assemble in the branches, in I he hills, the valleys, and in the cliffs. v ind hold a thanksgiving service, that ' he great fall openings of the dry goods 1: nd millinery stores in this town can t, e numbered among the things that lI re gone, for a spell at least, for, the I >urden lifted from your anxious mmnds, and for the fact that there is still left n your body breath and in your pocket ~nugh to~ buy tomorrows' dinner. [here is Jenkinson, always on the v ui vive to watch which way a dollar is e rolling, and constantly setting all kinds e f trap contrivances to catch them.,~ ided and abetted by his accomplished nilliner, Mi1ss Williams, had his store d iegantly adoraed with the tri-color of b he nation, and his goods arranged so r hat it would require a religion stronger a :han the average to keep from break- 3 .ng ninth Command ment, and her hus and's pocket-book. This enterprising nerchant is constantly weaving webs o entice the public into his mammioth establishment, exciting the pleasures f the women, and the revengeful spirit f the men, and those who are made to C ay for his progressive spirit may sym- r, athize with the poor little fly that has I een enticed into his parlor by the n ;pider, but they draw the line when e Jenkinson rushes into places where ~I ogels even tremble, and look before s :hey sit down, because they know that a e that is struck by a spider shall rise again. But then there are others who, like I ihe busy bees, employ each shinning hour, they leave nothing undone to nhance the interest of their business, nd make every effort to win public onfidence and'induce patronage. The t ~utual Dry Goods Company, composed I f W. 31. Turner, T. '1. Wells. L. 1h. I ~cIntosh, and E. C. Horton, Jr. These nterprising young men have within the short time they have been associ-r ted, built up a magnificient business,t nd they keep one of the most attrac tive stor-es in the town, wvell lighted, so the purchaser can see the purchase. nd 'not be disappointed as is often the :ase when goods are bought in badly lighted stores. This concern began their seasons' opening last Mionday evening. Their store was filled to over lowing, and had the appearance of a recetion hall, all that was lacking to make it a distinctly a social function was the punch bowl, and probably this! was omitted out of respect for the re-1 :ent convention of the W. C. T. U. an >rganization, the single members ofI the firm, hold in high esteem, its un married members especially. Their I isplay of dress goods wvas so arranged : as to attract the attention of not onlyC the ladies, but the men who are by no means despisers of artistic arrange ment, even if the thing displayed has long fingers and a tendency to reach for the pocket book. It was an elegant exhibition of dress goods and trim mings, but .this mass of exhilarated hu :manity, attured in their best ring-out the-summer dykes to look upon the bringinthe-fall-seasons' - fabrics for Eight cents a pound is what a young woman paid for twelve pounds of flesh. She was thin and weak and paid one dollar for a bottle of Scott's Emulsion, and by tak ing regular doses had gained t wlve pounds in weight before the bottle was finished. Eight cents a pound is cheap for such valuable ma terial. Some pay more, some less, some get nothing for their money. You get your money's worth when you buy Scott's Emulsion. Wer~ will send you a little SCOTTr & P>OWN 1; CIEMISTs, 409 Pearl Street, New York. new costumes, when it reached tn millinery department where the "Mi: Eleanor Clary. elegantly attired in pink gown, formed the central figur to a beautiful environment, it was ir deed an inspiring picture. The hat were exquisitely sweet, and ever woman that did not try on one of ther did not have her hair securely fastene and was afrreid it would fall down. o she was bald-headed, and that woul never do while so many men and espe iallv the writer, was looking on. Th bald-headed women of Manning hav a holy horror of The Times' reiortei and we do not blame them for dechir ing to take off their hats becausc of hi presence. The 'Mutual had a grea opening and we have no doubt thei continued October sale will be the suc ess it deserves to be. We make especial mention of th penings of Jenkinson's and The lu ual, because they are speaking cou ;tantly to the public through T' Times. as their advertisements. lari ind attractive. and they all show tha they will have business if it is come-at ible. If babies health is dear to yon. Then let me tell you what to do. Ere pain has racked its tender frame Just let "TEETHINA" ease the same -TEETHINA" Allays Irritation Aids Digestion. Overcomesan Counter iets the Effeets of Summer's heat. lReg alates the Bowels and makes teethin, asy. and costs only 2> cents. J. E. Scott Laid to Rest. Died at Kingstree last Sunday morn ng. Mr. Junius E. Scott of Manning n the 60th year of his age. The doe :eased had been an invalid for a lonc ime, and spent some time in the loca nfrmary from which he was discharg d as improved. He went to Kingstret m a visit to relatives, and while ther outracted fever from which he died Che body was brought to Manning donday morning. and the burial ser. -ice conducted at the cemetery bN levs J. M. Holladay pastor of th< Presbyterian church and A. N. Brun. on pastor of the Methodist church he pall bearers were: Messrs. B. A rohnson, Louis Levi. W. J. Muldrow F. A. Weinberg, Dr. J. H. Hawkins ouis Appe't. Mr. C. E. Webber fun. -al director. The deceased e-"me to Manning from Yilliamsburg ovev 30 years ago. Hc :ept books for. the.- late Moses Levi i iumber of years. and gave up that posi ion to accept the county auditorshi: hich he held for a number of years. neriting the reputation of being one o0 he best auditors in the State. Afte: 'etiring from the auditors office, he tudied law and was admitted to the 3ar, but never practiced. devoting hi: ime to surveying. He was devoted tc ooks. and spent the later part of hi ife in reading. He leaves surviving dm three daughters. Mrs. R. C. Bland g Mrs. . . Bagnal and Mrs. W. E. 3rown, Dr. D. C. Scott, Mrs. W. H. :ennedy and Mrs. Hemmingway. Pill Pleastre. If you ever took Dewitt's Little Eear v Risers for billiousness or constipa ion you know what pill pleasure is. These famous little pills cleanse the iver and rid the system of all bile ithout producing unpleasant effects. hey do not grlipe, sicken or weaken, ut pleasantly give tone and strength the tissues'and organs of the stamnach, ver and bowecls. 'Sold by The R. B. ~oryea Drug Stre. To Churches of the Santee Association. Our association will meet in Bishop~ ille October 27. Let us compare our ontributions collected with what the xective board suggested and see if raerea - with a full report. The Lt andour conscience may emand more of us than the executive oard. Let us go up to our meeting pre. ared for the best service while there nd to receive a large blessing from the inster. J. D. HUGGINS, Chi'r. Exe. Br.d. Good For Children. The pleasant to take and harmless me Minute Cough Cure gives instant lief in all cases of Cough, Croup and .aGrippe because it does not pass im: iediatelv into the stomach, but takes Iect right at the seat oIf the trouble. draws out the inflamation, heals and othes and cures permanently by ca bling the lungs to contribute pure life iing and life-sustaining oxygen to ae blood and tissues. Sold by The R. . Loryca Drug Store. Teachers' Examination. The regular fall examination for achers will be held at the court ouse. Manning, Friday, October 21st. addition to the regular subjects laghes' N\istakes in Teaching, Peter* aan's Civil Government. Silas War. ers Enoch Arden and Current His' ory will be included. S. P. HOLLADAY, Supt. of Education. Sept. 5. 1904. 150-t Better Tharn Pills. The question has been asked-It hat way are Chamberlain's Stomach .nd Liver Tablets superior to the ordin .rv cathartic and liver pills? Our an ier is-They are easier and more lcasant to take and their effect is sc rentle an so agreeable that one hard v realizes that it is produced bya nedicine. Then they not only mnovt he bowels but improve the appetit( Ld aid the digestion. For sale at 22 ~ents per bottle by The R B. Loryee rug Store. Isaac M. Loryea, Prop. Some folks cry mighty loud 'er Jestice: but ef dey seen Jes ice comin' 'long de big road ev'd climb a tree en howl fer aarricane ter blow 'um inter de niddle er de next county. If troubled with a weak digestion tr.: Chamberlin's Stomach and Liver Tab ets. They will do you good. For salf oy The Ri.'B. Loryea Drtug Store. Isaa< N. Loryea, Prop. "Hope is a joyous old cheat,' says a Georgia philosopher, "bu for all that, lhe keeps us whaist lng a merry dance tune in th<n shadowy valley of despair. He': i liar it's sweet to believe!" BUSINESS LOCALS. The Furniture Man. Levi Block. jtf Try Pansy Flour you will find it a Rigb's. Wood's Wheat Seed is the bes5t The R. B3. Lorvea Drug Store. Call on S. A. Rigby for' line Flour Ele sells Pansy. Plant 'Wood's tested and tr'ue When Seed. The R. B. Lorvea Drug Store For Sale-1GT acres of land in Hat mnony township, adjoining lands of You man's and Nelson. said tract has abou 75 acres cleared, with a four rooma ten at house. Particulars apply to thi For Sale, one lot at Jordan containin! 25 acres.5 room dwelling, good garden and orchard, barn and stables. a start house. 20x30 feet, gin house 35x50 feet two stories, and two tenant houses ~oning. IMusic and 0 _______Iirth! ) e Lovetts Boston Stars, ; t with their irresistibly charming en- H tertainment,will perform in Manning h Tuesday, October 11th. A This company of artists needs no introduction to most of our people, who had the pleasure of hearing them two years ago and who are now delighted with the idea of hearing them again. One of Mr. Reynolds' inimitable m funny songs is worth the price of dcl i mission to those who enjoy good, I clean comedy. I For strictly artistic music be sure x to hear Miss Elizabeth Mayo play the " ,violin. Miss Francis Bickford's singing and Georgia Harvey's readings are H of the highest order and will satisfy the most fastidious audience. Reserved seats on sale at The Mau ning Grocery Co. Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, 8th, 10th and 11th inst., H Lt 00c each. General admission 50c for adults atnd 25c for children. Out-of-town persons ca arrange for seats by communicating with C. 1 R. Breedin, *phone No. 81. Buy the FLOUR. a FOR SALE BY S. A. SR ICG*,BY yc PANSY1e PANSY a Ground of Pure Indiana K Soft Winter Wheat. THE CHAMPION STUMP PULLER, The Strongest, the Simplest and most eco-~ Snomical of anl Stump Hjulers. Try itbe fore you pay for it. Guaranteed to pull Write fo re l01ok .ivin. terms and prices. THE CHAMPION STUMP PUL.LER CO., COr.M.:IA. .. I THOMS II I desire to direct at tention to the fact that i I have moved into the j -__ store next door to the a N Manning Hardware Co.. which was especialv i 5 prepared for my line of business, and I am nlow in a posiiion to handle my increasing tr-ade bet e efr than ever. Mv stock - ofFamily and Fainecy ~ roceries cannot be excelled any- a where, because I am in i costant touch with tile i - bes of markets, and hanlefirt rades in everything. IHflE am sol You will always get a ifrom me the freshest S and choicest s of Fruits. 2 I buy my Fruits in car loadl lots, andl am in posit ion to sell at whole sale prices. There is no store in i thec count y with a better i Sstock of Meats.P~reserves. .Jellies,~ etc. We have the best of Pickles, Olives, Sal-~ adls, and im fact every thing t o entice.and make ii easy for the house ke- eper to prepare a good dinner-conme to see me. III 8 There are No Baroains a On Prescriptions I . T Rhame's Drug Store. The preparation of a Prescription requires skill, knowledge and experience. These are never cheap. Rhamne's Drug Store does NOT cater to those who are looking for "any old thing " in the way of medicine. Rhaine's Drug Store DOES cater, however. to those who are discerning and who know a prop erly filled prescription when they see it. Writing Paper. A man or woman is known by the stationary he or she uses. When you write to a friend or ac quaintance, pay him or her the subtle compliment of using dainty writing paper, and the latest shapes. Rhame's Drug Store can show you all kinds, from the lowest to the highest priced. All kinds for all kinds of correspondence. Some specially for notes, for letters. for regrets, for acceptance and for acknowledgments. You are invited to look at stock at RHAME'S DRUG STORE. ammwide ountain 'Pen The best Fountain Pen made. The. L. E. WATERMAN is sold at RHAME'S 'DRUG STORE, Summerton, S. C. It is unconditionally guaranteed. WEDDING PRESENTS a specialty, at RHAME'S DRUG STORE. FINE WATCHES for sale at RP-HAM-%E'S DRUG STORE. Seven cakes FAIRY SOAP for 25c. cash, at Rhare's Drug Store, 3 SUMMERTON, S. C. D. 0. HANEProprietor of Rhame's U SD. O. RH HDrug Store, is a lim censed Druggist and a member of the State Phar maceutical Association, with eighteen (18) years' CONTINUOUS experience compounding prescrip tions. Further comment is unnecessary. STLROUSE & BROS~. AND W L Douglas Shoes Imake a pretty strong combination, especially when every suit made by STRrOUSE & BROTHERS fully insured as to wear by an iron-clad iusurance policy. And there is no shoe in the world the equal to the IDOUGLAS SHOE. We have all of the latest styles and it will give us pleasure to show you our line or have our representative call on vou. .Just remember, we will not be undersold, nor will we~ allow any mei'ehant to show you more stylish goods than ours. STUBSBO. 'Phone 203, -No. io 5. Main St., ~U~lit E. C HORTON JR T MITCHELL WELLS. E DON'T FAIL To visit our store during our big October Sale, as we have many RARE BARGAINS, and such a pile of goods to select from. See our big ad. in this paper and read every word of it. MUTUL DRY GOODS COMPANY. E LUHE MlNoS. . INE TVRER L FH R C1TO CTOB . IER TE. Konday, October, 3rd, We Open Our Great Anni versary Sale. Having passed the tenth annual milestone in our com~merci:l creer, we celebrate it by holding a great Anniversary Sale. starting ctober 3rd and ending Saturday night. October Sth. Twice during this brief period our business has been swept tway by fire, entailingr severe financial loss, but Phonix-]ike we haye sprung from the ashes, and today we open our doors and imvite he people of Clarendon to attend our great anniversary sale where hey will see the greatest commercial house in the county. Great Sale of Fine Press Goods. Great sale of Staple Dry Goods. Great sale Gent's, Youth's and Children's Clothing. Shirts. Col ars. Cuffs. Neckwear and Wool and Cotton Underwear. Great sale of Ladies', Gent's and Children's Shoes. Great sale Sewing Machines and Machine Supplies. Great sale of Furniture. Bedroom Suits, Wardrobes. Chiffoniers. [lall Rockers. Iron Beds and all kinds of Furniture. Great Sale of Millinery. Ladies' Hats at all prices, from the lowest to the best. Gtreat sale of Carpets, Mattings, Rugs. Curtain Poles and all inds of H~ouse furnishing Goods. DRESS-MAKING DEPARTMENT. Ladies, our Dress-Making department is now open under the smpervision of Mrs. 0. E. Webber. It gives me pleasure to state tat Mrs. Webber has met with signal success In this department :uring the last season, not having had one garmnent returned to her for attention-no misfit. Ladies, get your orders in early if vou ihpopneiey Yours truly.