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Edior The Mannin-- Times:
A little space in your paper for a few
thoughts on compulsory education. I
was disappointed when the bill was
killed after being so forcibly presented
by Senator Raysor of Orangebutrg, but
I must say I think there should be some
other legislation coupled with a com
pulsory education law.
The public schools in some of the
country districts are almost a failure.
The trustees employ the teachers and
give them some little instructions at
the opening of the schools and never
bother with it again during the term:
some of the children attend a few days
and others a few weeks. If a teacher
whips a child it quits school,the teacher
becomes discouraged and only a few
get the benefit of the public funds.
There are twenty-five school districts
in Clarendon:- each one bas a special
tax-some two. others four mills. I
think we should have a compulsory
law or repeal the act allowing a vote
for a special tax. as not over 50 per
cent. of the. children get the benetit.:
A compulsory education law should re
quire the trustees to make monthly vis
its to the schools to see if the teachers
are doing their duty, and also see that
the children attend school. Hold a
meeting at some central point on the
day the school closes and look over the!
reports of teachers, let the trustees be
subiect to removal for non-performance
The county superintendent gets a sal
ary. but not too much as some think.
The trustees get nothing but abuse.
and they should be paid something to
encourage them to look after this im
I think this matter of compulsory
education should be agitated, as our
future must depend on education.
A Tried and True Friend.
One Minute Cough Cure contains not
an atom of any harmful drug, and it
has been curing coughs. colds, croup
and whooping cough so long that it has
proven itself to be a tried and true
friend to those Who use it. Sold by
The R. B. Loryea-~Drug Store.
A musical recital for the benefit, of i
the school library will be given at Oak <
Grove Academy on Friday evening.;
April 14, beginning at 8 o'clock.
Admission for adults, 15 cents: chil
dren, 10 cents.
The following program will be car
Norwegian Bridal Procession........
Vin Mot d'Amour......Ed ward Shuett
Miss Frances Mobley.
Swing Song.............Frederic Sohr
Jackson Fauzverien Valtz. ..P. Rivinac'
Miss Frances Mobley.
Miss Aretas Mellette.
Miss Frances Mobley.
Miss Aretas Mellette.
Panillon-Opus. 43, No. 1........ Grieg
Miss Frances Mobley.
Vocal solo.. .Sweetest Story Ever Told
Miss Aretas Mellette.
Ray of Sunshine............Carle Duc
Ben Hur Chariot -Race......E. T. Paul
Miss Frances Mobley.
Vocal Solo-"A Picture of Home.
Sweet Home. .......... ...Stults
Miss Aretas N~ellette.
Bern the The Kind You Hav AlJways Bought
ness and LOSS OF SLEEP.
FacSim~ile Signature of
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
AND CURE THE LUNCS
WITH Dr. King's
FO CONSUJMPTION Price
FR OUGHS and S~c & $1.00
OLDS Free Trial.
Surest and Quickest Cure for aflA
THROAT and LUNG TROUB
LES, or MONEY BACH.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store,
I am prepared to do land survey
ing andm ake plats in Clarendon and
adjioining counties. Work accurate,
H. T. CANTEY.
Summnerton, S. C., Feb. 6, 1905.
THE SUMMERTON HOTEL
H-aying made sp~eciail preparations. I
am now better prepared to entertain
the traveling public than ever before.
I especially invite the transient pat
ronage. T-H. A. TISDALE.
We are not given to betting, but we will be willing to bet a millio
we will make to the trade during the month of' April will not only cal
matchable elsewhere. This is strong talk. but it is up to the trade to c
we want is a chance to show up our splendid lines and the wager is oi
expect to see it, for a nice black sh
dress for ladies.
Looking Ahead. t o Black Sk 4inhs
Last fall when everybody was in a hustle and bustle for the
inter trade and not giving a single thought to the spring WE and 1.75.
WERE LOOKING AiEAD. We had the chance offered us of
dearing several large lots of Wash Goods at sensationally low 'l the yard.
prices. We availed ourselves of this grand opportunity and One of the newest things for
bought s'everal hundred pieces of very choice lines of White Goods very pretty light fabric. We have
it prices that makes us masters of the Wash Goods trade of this at .1 per yard.
bown.Also a large line of all kinds of
Just Think of This. per yard. Call and see us whenin
One case of 27-inch Batiste, sold everywhere at 71c, but they illinery
ire yours for the spot cash during the month of April at 5c the yd. We are by many years the oldes
One case of very delicate shades of fine Batiste that never re- nerv business and how we bave suc
ailed for less than 15c yard, they are yours for the spot cash for - is cheap, but the actual do
)nly loc vard.
One case of Manchester 32-inch Chainbrays. Every lady on e ant itadstintlodstoo
inows that these goods never sell for less than 15c yard, but you any price you want to pay. If yo
et this lot as long as they last at 10c yard. .them as cheap as the cheapestn th
One hundred pieces of Fancy Wash Goods in many styles and We can give you nice trimmed
esigns that retail the world over at 12jc the world over: you take p.
our pick of this lot for the spot cash at 10c yard. Hats and*we will guarantee to pleas
One hundred nice Trimmed Hat,
W hite Goods. New 5pring
W1e have not the time nor the space to enumerate the great
alues that are to be found in this department, but suffice it to say We have now in stock one of tI
hat we are ready to bet another million of Cassie Chadwick's se- stylish Spring Clothing ever shown
urities that you cannot find, nor did you ever see such values as A nice line of two-piece Suits,
re are offering in this department. Suit.
Ladies, just call and look through our lines of India Lawns, \-ice English Tweed Wash Sn
rom, 10c to 35c the yard. and 6 per Suit.
Piques and Ducks, from 10c to 35c yard. A nice line of Summer Sacks aC
Mercerized White Waistings, from 129jc to 40c yard. Call and see our new line of Sp
The greatest line of Persian Lawns ever seen in this town, at just what you need and we guarante
5c to 50c yard.
Black Skirt Goods. ~ eCnt u
Blac Skit G ods.I~ehave alway-s carried a nice1
We wonder if the neat black skirt and the proverbial white never have we had such a lire of G
;hirt waist -will ever go out of fashon for -women. 'No, we never now have in stock.
- ~Also aThetuAreuOrliredoferevy by
Lots one of the newestththinluncheon
one sr ow, ookonth crd gatn1eryad
Alsoqlarge line bral ight ofye
to h~~ealh ar by monand ea theole
apetiey n uigestino refehng sep
statemnt. o the 'm~ reresT-lfe he ap bt the ostal par
r noKindYou ave he e~ ~c xl cffee Th e oranmcletssue, good.vIeyo
AlwaysBoughtsav ~ anyriet yoan nt, ad as it
Fchowde. A fourh came i, obser e astog itfrheas the theeapfetn par
thecaesgaed:preiitiv on ele n gie, from nycue, trmmed
chower nd equ~te~ te ltte.iT e ll a wa~rnt. stryllit ad foreful
* andthe oman ho mediaely ooHtsho ande presenceante te pblood,
orderd caks andcoffe. a el poisned blonircurimelati3
By hi tie he irt to akean __e haeuow ircked but th
stylisSprin blood. eve s.own
side of te table.Shelookegatsthewects a uin
opposite, lanned at hercardia.
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hisis fat, nd her isevey ra Cashe diadpeer tew skinee oft Sp
sonto uposetha nthig btoffeulfe heatiunee Catndrhe Scouaant
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Tb ny Years don'til think Dio. King's thewaiver ELUOC &T OLCOMA
c.si om -plet ok ahec_,ganndtlltlqu nlyitebrg t _y
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orInfntSan Chldrn. thienote ateverngtheeate: appeents helhabdstound and ellrci
to be ettmactIneaporocyeconticactn.'
. . soom youn lste daydoneulittse round aptt and aigetion refr eshing llep
IR tablorning andur wme mysefttisfr the retu ties and willcityyo to ons't
sttmnToof the dawigaonmng reh-ie. h lo h otvtlpr
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thra wsttignts away a saory them noushen andOsrentn strc
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f~ a coffees. dotnise, oad ' sner-ceassanlu
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two opposi- -~ t e gle a cd ovrs a othe r rdoad te b a 0 1 eealhat C ]bil p
saidAen, Smtr ~ mor n C abelanm Cohowde. se s iapa, hknbcoeota
Theres fact ano thereion hver rea- lie h u a ism, at, S roflagC
son I.F A K GEG R todisuppos thaet nthtn bt c o-e esso h lo r ue yS .S
anI cuke o os and cod whehere t ANYce EReONSage THINWIFTes
DtTSThea childeo altn afuternoonor alitest A sae of~ ~tt aki oer
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CuesalIAgs.AS exelyCld relieve anpemetycusal
thesysem enty mvig te bw i an" riteuria AotTh. R
n of Cassie Chadwick's securities that the Special Offering that
Lse a sensation to the trading public, but will contain values un
ome and see what we are doing, and it is up to us to prove it. All
irt waist is the neatest of all A large line of Gent's fine Neglicee Shirts at from 50c each to
is the most complete we have The largest and best line of Gents fine stylish Neckwear we.
have ever shown.
de, at 50c. 75c, A1. $1.25, $1.50 A arge line of H. C. Curtis Diamond C Brand Collars and,
ue Brilliantines at 50c, 75c and A large line of Genl's Gauz8 Underware.
A large line of Gent's Scriven Drawers at 75c per patr. o
kirts is the Crepe Eoleons, a Also 100 dozen Elastic Seam Drawers at 50c per pair. The.
these in a variety of patterns best values ever offered for this money. See them.
Black Goods, from 25c to $1.50 Gent's Felt and Straw Hats. -
ieed of Black Goodse
A large stock of Gent's Hats in both Felt and Straw contain
ing all of the most upto-date styles.
t firm in the town in the milDi-iamo r atrn
-eeded the public is the judge. We carry a large stock of Corsets containing all of the latest
ng costs a little more. styles. Satin Girdles, Tape Girdles and everything that is up-to
that we will not be undersold date.
want a nice hiat wre haveP it at L
u want a cheap) hat we have LDIES' RADY-MADEL L1 SKIRTS,
place. At our store you will find a large line of the most up-to-date
Hlats from $1- to is_15 each. any Skirts in the place. $1.50 toE$6.50 each. If you need a nice Skirt
wAsen you wzant youE Sping see oair line.
t you in both style and prce s
at $1 each. SHOE DEPARTMENT.
Clothacg. It is needless for us to have much to sa about our stock of
Shoes, but just want to say our stock of Spring Oxfords in Men's,
e most up-to-date lines of nice Ladies' and Children's, are up-to-date in every respect. See us
in this town when you need nice Shoes.
all wool, at $7.50 and $10 per Furniture Department
tsting cost a aitl mr.4350
tsmtignw t$.0 5 While there is no great amount of bsiness being done in fur
t niture yet we want it understood that there is no iagging m this
ing Clothing, icys. We have department. Our stock of Furniture is up-to date in every re
e our prices the lowest. spect. If you need anything in this line it will pay you to see us.
e of Gent's Farnishings, but Our Dressmaking department is open and is under the direc
ent's Furnishin Goods as we tion of Miss Maxwell of Baltimorepea dressmaker and designe of
very rare talents.
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n ie offGent'seFarnishingslbut
o(ientris Te tanSraesat..
Tingi talesr the op-tdae styles
destin y. a tae G tock ofler isetscnann lftelts
tstylpe.ebod in oGthirls oTae thrdeanevrhigttisu-o
isth paor sore coue thefn ageln ftemotu-odt
ebrngo .-sys, "Yo muestlae,8.5 the t65h ec.Ifyuiedaniekr
pleasures of fee rigt ne.o r o rv.
an on s eenet nitfrIeeta is teede of tohe echt-syaoturtckf
ats trouh te sstepreandodies'th ad Chldeshc aren Wpt-ae i evey thispliet . See us
s-l~tehelhflqultesntuelieFteprnxo iitre Depaiti t rmnth oke
ood becomeslimpueeeorsdiseasedtitmsys, "Looksioretsebbint innthentfur
init ay Icin, unig knignoranyt of i ts it hero that thereeisn lagn inti
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sea oftrubl i th sme-hesopt ect.If ry nd wilthiyguinehis line.iawillwpayeyl toeseonus
rile te irultonan mke i or Dresmakci orteeyparioet isoendinetedre
Unert's urifing Goods toni we thn ountssMaxel " o Baltore. a drsmkraddsge'o
alldisiguingerutios ad ewrd. rre tales.aefrturta is ls ltce oehn
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D, tinplg'prds by which gret dlin ItTepbictVoea
e brain, g odwhich ays, "You mu thatf they tginve
neg opr ha striyn tou un-tes myel andreU
dy,- deep a"ti s theai ecm mend them ec
and oneis epeden onit ornd o the pstill esro wi chvo ben Wecrythsln adwl
tetrou A e ths ys N t an re i the r Gudratee by Dr ,W.i st o ritrs ok e
in.its wy.uItchg, burnngCskinign.h
tsfgn sores cabncehatel shae lok ted." yongd Berauh--l .
of soe foeignmatte or o teo . y sudpse hat cagth emodnew aetebs
Poiso ancd SCrofmlan, r-eiets oflfah id? ofheproe buti yotm he smewa diTaisie wt
'hsure solciting.be Unnerie orac mne the folpasado e of fais thmbinnd adwfeeaoa
st aet-nof trouble-is the markeoltel igneebay.Sand il unrea- ttis i oaelkng fo
iisth' ruitin and maksit mother aihacidnrt ryptita CO
indlenc itu'n anconic - wt onr,"o utlv h
an. impuitse exelled frmThe wrst bankrupte ist t loab e afe-Wcrybthaced 1
Td L R smohan-out elhblse teriocrsa th-ofryukov iggo teghtysm
BokSntte blodandanyedica wha the rihnaers menstt. . ibyohryuhaeenu
ECFCC~,A;AN4 ~ Cesteto. Canchweaquotealveucpris
Dr King'es aRehedis aus brat bls.
peof sadtat iot aft tiee of
bruiens. Ihrile y romnd th ki iease. s
E1 . R.iClaybon-. Alco. . V.as
Aonderu theal stilve in thevorlaue.
TT, President.'they cou urnteets.ySold W. TE
enealAgnt forNothan Brw &~ o.aDugSoe
Pr--acS ytild Mers. Cunncinga
"Yot snhelooe ase o ashrdu
it 'bsnes s13 sml thd ahn ter.u Ikinos thelp iagt ah old
)t~"nr o ~ebohre wthi.. o bay?.Ys yout itroas uer the
surance welicitn.meer we the fool contahug' mas made uphsindf
: anatis-me ou carac send u ase is gon by-ns Pro
atn opprorumtefk aid a erb.m nt p
The Right Nae isuDe att
Sumter. S. C. soote :anteas ands Chulrnl.
don, manning, wonderful eaingo save inay thBorld. K QN HA D
d Beareof ounerfits Sod b-Th
New Zion Dots.
Sp'xial to The Manning Times.
Mr. Sammy Chandler, one of the
clerks in the Alderman store. is seri
R :- Thumpson of Bethlehem paid
us a visit iast week.
Mrs. Chandler and daughter, Miss
Fanny. of Bethlehem, are here at the
bedside of Mr. Sammy Chandler.
Miss Selma Burgess has returned to
her home in Williamsburg.
Miss Mabet Burgess of Williamsburg
has been visiting friends here
Miss Lillie Lavender of this place has
been visiting relatives in Scranton.
Messrs. C. E. Gamble and W. E.
Hicks have returned home from the.
medical college in Charleston.
Rev. S. 0. Cantey of Sumter assisted'.
Rev. Mr. Guess in conducting a pro.
tracted meeting at Pine Grove last".
It is rumored that Mr. Alderman will
soon run a passenger train to Beulah
and on to Timmonsville.
Messrs. Weaver and Tom Chandler
of- Ashton passed through here a few
Mrs. "1." wants to go to Manning to
do her Easter shopping, and I -varn
those Mutual boys not to-make goo-Too
eyes at her. I know Manning will be
dyked out in Easter doings and astonish
the old lady. , B.
For a Weak Digestion.
No medicine can replace food but
Chamberlain's Stomack and Liver
Tablets will help you digest your food.
It is not the quantity of food taken that
gives strength and vigor.to the system,
but the amount digested and assimi
lated. If troubled with-a weak diges
tion, don't fail to give these Tablets a.'
trial. Thousands have been benefitted
by their use. They only cost a quarter.
For sale by The R. B. Loryes Dru
Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop..
Jack-Hello, old man- Awfully gla&.
to see you. Here, take off that coat and .*
put on this smolging jacket and make
yourself comfortable. Dick-Deucetake -
it! Do you mean to insnate. tat -
don't feel comfortable in a dress suit?
Simplicity has always been held..to
be a mark of truth. 1$ is also-a mark
The System Needs Some
sort of a tonic in the spring time.-Th
lack of energy and "tired feeling"sa
common ailment at this season. Per
haps you have in mind some S
Medicine you would like to
you can get Dr. King's Irom Toni.cBit
ters, take that-don't hesitate. No cure
no pay. By Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.:.,
Meniorial to's Robber.
In the little town of Forlimpopoll;
nearBologna, there is a memoll tab
let in the Municipal theater to the mem
ory of a famous robber chieftain named.
Passatore. The reason why the the
ater Is the home of his memorial .s
that In it was performed his most fa
nious exploit In September ,.
while one of Rossini's operas was -
lug performed in the presence of'all the
local beauty and fashion, Passatre .
and his band "held up" 'the audience
and robbed them of all their valuables
to the last penny.
Keep y'our bowels regular by the use
of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. There is nothing better. For
sale by Thbe R.. B.oryea Drug Store,
Isaae M. Lor-yea, Prop.
d inspect our stock of
heerfully give you prnces, as
in touch with them.
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Full Patent and i i you are
your flour, try our- 100 per
ly sure you will be pleased,
-a -high class article.
md green; and if you want a
-nicely flavored and- contain
>f our Coffee.
:onfuse these goods with pos
es in' bulk? Certainly, with
rour wants to
f Farm Imple
es are guar