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MANNING.S. C., AUG. W.10'.
Publishes All County and Town Of ficial Advertisements. .tueruerswdlplease re member that copy for a change of ad. MUST be in this oilice by Saturday Noon in order to insure publication the following week. THIS SPACIC: IBFLONGS TO \V. I.. 1 .:NKENSON CO. MIr. Charlie Rigby left last evening for Baltimore. Mr. G. L. Thames has returned from Chick Springs. Mr. I. I. Bagnal has returned from the Isle of Palms. Mrs. L. M. Barfield left this morning for Glenn Springs. Mr. W. T. Lesesne left this morning for Hendersonville. Dr. L. C. Stukes of Summerton was in Manning Monday. Mr. W. J. Troubiefleld left this morn ing for Chick Springs 3Ir. Ellison Capers of Summerton spent last Friday in town. Mr. R. C. Wells is among the crowd that left for Glenn's this morning. Hon. R. S. DesChamps is enjoying the health giving waters of Glenns. Mr. Bruce DesChamps has returned from Glenns, very much improved. Dr. W. M. Brockinton and family have returned from Sullivan's Island.: The Moses Levi Memorial institute will begin the fall session September18. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Jones of Balti more are visitirg their parents at Davis. Mr. David Levi and family returned home from the Isle of Palms last eve ning. Mrs. J. B. King of Greenwood, is vis iting her sister Mrs. J. G. Plowden. near Manning. Mrs. T. C. Nlurray of Edisto is visit ing the family of Mr. W. E. Daniels near Manning. Farming lands in Clarendon are ad vancing in price every day. Buy now while you can. Dr. Plumer Clark has returned to Baltimore, after spending his vacation with relatives here. Messrs. G. H. Curtis and W. E. Tis dale of Paxville are off on a trip to New York and Connecticut. Mr. WV.'E. Jenkinson is at Glenn Springs recuperating prior to going to the northern markets. Mr. J. S. Plowden left this morning for Greenville to take a much-needed rest in the mountains. Mr. Till of Elloree spent a few days of last week in Manning on a visit to his son Mr. S. I. Till. The Misses Mabelle and Lucie Camp bell of Darlington are here visiting their aunt Mrs. L K. Howle. Messrs. W. M. Plowden and .J. S. Plowden were among the swallows fly ing upcountrywards this morning. Mr. D. M. Bradham, accompanied by his wife. Miss Gertrude and Miss Gus sie Appelt left this morning for Glenn Springs. Summerton is preparing to have a special trade week.. That is a town supplied with spirit. Spunk, and spondulix. All uersons desiring to travel on the railroads will save themselves much annoyance by procuring health certifi cates from their family physicians. The "Clansman" Rev. Thomas Dix on's book has been staged, and will tour the South this fall. Mr. Dixon will travel with the theatrical company. Union county voted out the dispen sary yesterday by an overwhelming ma jority, and all the pleadings for delay and threats of mnjunctions couldn't stop it. The outlook for high priced cotton this fall promises to add to the value of land. R~eal Estate uin this county is increasing in value and price every year. The court house square has become a base ball park for colored gentlemen who find "it is no use to work so hard, k'ase dey has a omen in a white man's va'ad." Mr. S. I. Till, manager of the J. W. McLeod store, and Mr. W. M. Turner, manager of the Mutual Dry Goods Co, left this morning for the northern markets. On last Thursday evening the W. C. T. U. held a social session at the home of Mrs. J. W. Mims at Paxville, a well arranged program and ref reshmnents were served to the guests. Mrs. John 0. Gough has returned home from a visit to her sister, Mrs. J. P. Bowers, at Dovesville, Darlington county, accompanied by Mrs. Bowers, who will spend a few weeks with her sisters. Miss May Bradhamn, a daughter of Mr. .J. F. Braham, and Miss Julia Hol laday, a daughter of Superintendent of Education S. P. Holladay, were the successful winners of the Winthrop scholarships. Miss Lena Plowden, the 17-year-old daughter of the late E. S. Plowden,was brought to the Brock-inton Infirmary last Saturday night, and Walter, her 7 year-old brother, is at home ill with typhoid fever. Dr. W. F. Wright aged about 55 years, father of Mrs. Allen C. Bradham 'fthis town, died at his home in Clay ton, Ala., last Saturday morning. Dr. Wright was engaged in railroad build ing in Florida. was taken sick and re turned to his home three days before his death. Mrs. Bradham on receiving notice of her father's illness immediate ly left for Alabama and reached her fahr' home the morning he (lied. Mrs. F. 0. Richardson has returned from a visit to her parents in Wake Forest, N. C., accompanied by her sis ter. Miss Sallic M. Perry, who will snend three. weeks - with her sisters, M1 esdames Richardson.Gougli and Pich cr i n The annual picnic of the Vaxville Methodist Sunday school was quitC an i en jovable afTair at Cutter's mill a Friday. TILC attendance was large and .Ir. M. B. Corbett, the. Superintendent. did everything to make the peoplc el joy themselvcs. The news conies from Gleunl Sprigs that some local political chickens were hatched. It was all settled in the mind who should be this, and who should not be that. but maybe the political clams will have ,their jaws pryed open, and their planswill not succeed. We have a communication signed -Bill Baily" which we cannot publish as it is without the name of the writer. THE TIES is not seeking stuff to till its columns for the sake of filling them, and it will publish no communication which is not accompanied with the uime of the writer. The Board of County Commissioners, at their meeting last Saturday, consid ered petitions for and against the elec tion of a public cotton weigher at Man ning, which resulted in a decision to to re-establish the office, and they elec ted Mr. C. R. Harvin, Sr., the public weigher. Soothing and Cooling. This salve heals without a scar is DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Norem edy effects such speedy relief. It draws out inflammation, soothes, cools and heals all cuts. burns, and bruises. A sure cure for Piles and skin diseases. DeWitt's is the only genuine Witch Hazel Salve. Beware of counterfeits, they are dangerous. Sold by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. There was a very pleasant social function at Pinewood last Friday even inZ at the home of the Misses Smith, given in honor of Miss Broughton, of Sumter, and Miss Buford Smith, of Columbia. The affair was attended by a number of social lights in the West ern portion of the county. It Made Him Shake. I wish to say a word in praise of Dr. King's Improved Chill and Fever Tonic. I had chills for one year con tinually, and tried all the chill tonics I could get and also doctor's prescrip tions, but all failed to cure. Part of one bottle entirely cured me, and have not had chills since. 1 recommend only King's. T. F. Howard. Sold by Dr. W. E. Browne & Co. There are several parties riding about in this county prospecting for lands. The Fork and Salem sections were recently visited and the prices compared with those of the Pinewood and Silver sections are very cheap. We know of a man who recently sold his place near Pinewood for $40 per acre, who is now prospecting in Salem. The Chill and Fever Season. Is hardest of the season. The system run down, blood impovished-in no condition to witihstand the assaults of malaria and malaqua-'tis then we fall easy victims. Dr. King's Improved Chill Tonic will positively cure the worst case of Chills and Fever. Many so-called chill cures will stop chills, but only King's will cure. Sold by Dr. W. E. Brown & Co. The Sumter Camp of W. 0. W. un veiled a monument in memory of the late Sovereign R. S. Fleming, in the Methodist church yard at New Zion last Sunday. A large crowd of people assembled, and Woodmen from several camps were present. The rain cut a very interesting part of the ceremony short. ___ It will wash and not rub off This complexion all envy me. It's no secret so I'll tell Take thou Rocky Mountain Tea. Sold by Dr. W. E. Brown & Co. Elsewhere we direct attention to the new advertisment of the Krasnoff Mer cantile Company. This concern has a buyer residing in New York and he is constantly sbipping down bargains. Mr. Hyman Krasnoff the local manager is determined to test the value of ad vertising, and he proposes to offer such inducements as will attract the trading public. Go to see him. Grave Trouble Foreseen. It needs but little foresight, to tell, that when your stomach and liver are badly affected, grave trouble is ahead, unless you take the proper medicine for your disease, as Mrs. John A. Young,'of Clay, N. Y., did. She says: "I had neuralgia of the liver and stomach, my heart was weakened. a'nd I could not eat. I was very bad for a long time, but in Electric Bitters I found just what I needed, for they quickly relieved and cured me." Best medicine for weak women. Sole under guarantee by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store at 50c a bottle. The sad news of the tragic death of George Johnson, an estimable young man living near Brewington, reached here yesterday morning. The young man was a son of Mr. T. -H. Johnson and while hauling togs was riding on the back end of a log. The chain hold ig the lever down in front became loosed, which threw the lever back and struck young Johnson on the head, causing his death in a short while. The unfortunate young man was about 25 years of age and highly esteemed. Dangerous and Uncertain. For sunburn, tetter and all skin and scalp diseases,'DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve has no equal. It is a certain cure for blind, bleeding, itching and pro truding piles. It will draw the fire out of a burn and heal without leavin a scar. Boils, old sores, carbuncles, etc., are quickly cured by the use of the genuine DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. A:cept no substitute as they are often dangerous and uncertain. Sold by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. We hardly think there is any. more doubt as to the death of R. K. Dargan, late president of the Independent Oil Company, who committed suicide in Darlington. The insurance companies have examined into the ease and they were so satisfied that the Equitable promptly paid a policy for 815,000, and the representatives for the Fidelity Mutual interested in a policy for $25, 000, have expressed their satisfaction and that policy will be paid shortly. Mr. Dargan was insured for $40,000. divided as follows: $25,000 to his wife; 5,000 to his daughter, and 810,000 to his estate. SUPPOR T SCOTS EMULSiON serves as a starved system along until it can find .:rm support in ordinary food. Send for free sample. -sCOTT & BOwNE, Cheiss .p 5Pearl Street, New'York. Committee on Arrangements. Following is the committee on ar rangements, appointed by President E. D. Hodge. who will have charge of all the details of the Salem Picnic to be held August 25, 1905: Dr. J. M. Woods, R. H. Green, S. C. Turbeville, R. E. Smith, G. T. Wor sham, R. I.E. McFaddin, J. J. Epps, 11. 31. McIntosh. Jesse Chandler. J. E. Tomblinson, W. D. Gamble. D. L. Green. A little forethought may save you no end of trouble. Anyone who makes it a rule to keel) Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at hand knows this to be a fact. For sale by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac Mr. Loryea, Prop. Open the Schools. The teachers of the various school districts, except Manning and Summer ton, are hereby advised to open the white schools in their respective dis tricts, Monday, October 2nd. and the negro schools, except Manning, Mon day, November 13th. Our purpose in fixing the above dates, which we think can readily be seen and appreciated, is to avoid hav ing both classes of teachers present their claims for approval and payment the same day. If it is found impracticable to start a school at the time above given, and the postponement is for four weeks it will serve the same purpose. S. P. HOLLADAY, Supt. Education. If you are troubled with dizzy spells, headache, indigestion, constipation, Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea ill make you well and keep you well. If it fails, get your money back. That's fair- '35c at Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.'s. How to Avoid Pneumonia. We have never heard of a single in stance of a cold resulting in pneumonia or other lung trouble when Foley's Honey and Tar has bseen taken. It not only stops the cough, but heales and strengthens the lungs. Ask -or Foley's Honey and Tar and refuse any substi tute offered. Dr. C. J. Bishop of Ag new, Mich., writes: "I have used Foley's Honey and Tar in three very severe cases of pneumonia with good results in every case." The R. B. Lor yea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop. Makss Kidneys and Bladder Bight A Salem Rally. Upon representations made to me by Dr. I. M. Woods of Sardinia, that it is the desire of the people of the Salem section to have a cotton growers' rally, convenient to them, I take pleasure in announcing there will be a basket pic nic under the auspices of the Cotton Growers' Association at Cole's Mill, Friday, August 25th, at which the following distinguished gentlemen are invited to deliver addresses on matters pertaining to the association: Presi dent E. D. Smith, Secretary F. H. Weston, Treasurer F. H. Hyatt, Hon. John L. McLaurin, Hon. J. E. Ellerbe, Hon. Robert B. Scarborough. The ublic is invited. E. D. HODGE. President County Association. Dear Gus:-I have solved the moth erin-law problem; just give her regur larly Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. i will make her healthy, happy and docile as a lamb. 25c, Tea or Tablets at Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.' Teachers' Examination. The next teachers' examination will be held at the court house, from 9 to 4, p. in., Friday, September .15. S. P. HOLLADAY, Supt. of Education. August 7, 1905. ft'schildawrnh safe, sure. A.&e opiatcal STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, County of Clarend0n. By James M. Windham. Esq., Probate Judge. WHEREAS, A. 1. Barron. Clerk of ICourt, made suit to me. to graci. him Letters of Administration of the estate of and effects of August Johnson. These are therefore to cite and ad monish all .and singular the kindred and creditors of the said August John son, deceased, that they be and ap pear before me, in the Court of Pro bate, to be held at Manning on the 25th day of September next after publication thereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to showr cause, if any they have, why the said administration should not be granted. Given under my hand, this 15th day of August. A. D. 1905. JAMES M4. WINDHAM, [SEAL.] Judge of Probate. Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar Cures all Coughs, and expels Colds from the system by gently moving the bowels. THlE " BOSS" COTTON PRESS! SIMPL.EST, STRONGEST, BEST THE MUNRAY GINNING SYSTEM Gins, Feeders, Condensers, Etc. GIBBES MIACHINERY Co. Columbia, S. C. FIRES START in many different ways and when once started it is ditiult to tell what the end may be. A good FIRE INSURANCE POLICY will protect your house and possessions in ase of .fire. If you are interested let us give you further particulars. C. R- SPROTT. BUSINESS LOCALS. The Furniture Mau, Levi Block. tfi Plant Wood's tested and true Wheat Seed. The R. B. Loryca )rug Store. Dou't forget that you can get the highest market prices by selling your obacco at Clark's Warehouse. Wood's Wheat Seed is the best. Tho 1. B. Loryea Drug Store. Bring your old watch and clock to mne tud I will trade you a new one for it. Young, at Nimmer's. Carry your watch and clock work to E. Young, at Nimmer's, and get a written guarantee with each piece of ork. robacco selling high. All tobacco is .elling high on our market. If you ant good prices bring your tobacco to Clerk's Warehouse. Agents wanted to sell the Harvey tylo Fountain Pen. A $2 pri for '31. Weite today for terms and territory. Jharles W. Pickerinv. ageut. Man oing, S. C. l f For Sale-I have a lot containing ibout two acres of land, near Shaw's store, at New Zion, S. C. Good location ror business man. Anyone wishing to buy will please call on B. C. DoGGETT, New Zion, S. C. 26-2m. The Largest Portrait Company in the World Has Prospered Because It Pleases Customers. We receive many testimonials like the following: "Barnwell, S. C., .1 une 24. 1905. Chicago Porrait Co., Chicago. Ill. Dear Sirs: Please accept this as our thanks for the good work you did us in enlarging the picture of our brother, which we received some days ago. It is the most complete and up-to-date work we have seen. If we can be of any help to you in th . future. call on us. Yours truly, J.~S. Black. and Mrs. J. B. Morris." ')ur salesmen will call on you soon. CHICAGO PORTRAIT CO. An Ordinance To Provide for the Assessment and Collection of Taxes on All Taxable Property in the Town of Manning, and for the Assessment and Collec tion of a Per Capita Tax in Lieu of Working the Streets of said Town, for the Fiscal Year Commencing the Second Monday in April, 1905, and Ending the Second Monday in April, 1906. BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor and Aldermen of the Town of Manning. in council assembled, and by the author ity of the same: SECTION 1. That a tax of two mills on every dollar of the assessed value of all real and personal Droperty lying r being within the corporate limits of the Town of Manning, including bonds and stocks of banks and other corpora ions, and the gross income of insurance comanies doing business in the said town, except such property as is exempt by law from taxation, be, and the same is, hereby, levied for the fiscal year ommencing the second Monday in April, 1905, and ending the second Monday in April, 1906. SEc. 2. That it shall be the duty of rll persons, firms or corporations own ing or having under their control any property subject to taxation under this ordinace, to list the same with the 1erk of council not later than Septem ber 20, 1905, and upon the failure of any person or persens, firm or corpora tion to list the sid property, it shall be the duty of said clerk of council to nter up against said'person or persons, irnm or corporation a list of the said proerty for taxation as the same shall be found to appear from the office of the County Auditor for Clarendon mounty. SEC. 3. That a commutation tax of two dollars per capita on all persons iable to wvork on the streets of said town for the fiscal year above men ioned, in lieu of working on said treets, be, and the same is; hereby Levied, which said commutation tax shall become due and payable when ther town taxes are payble. All able bodied male persons between the ages f eighteen (18) and fifty (50) years, not therwise exempt, are liable to the said; tax; and all persons who shall be living within the corporate limits of the said bown up to the close of the fiscal year nding the second Monday in April. [906, shall become liable to the said iax within thirty days after the said persons shall begin living in the said own, unless the said person or persons :an show satisfactory evidence of hay Lng performed road duty or duty upon he streets of some other towvn or city, r produce a receipt for payment of a :ommutation tax in lieu thereof, coy ng the majority part of the fiscal year ncluded in this ordinance. SEC. 4. That all taxes levied under the provisions of this ordinance shall become due and payable to the clerk f the town council of Manning be tween October first, 1905. and Novem ber fifteenth, 1905. SEC. 5. That if the said -taxes are aot paid on or before the said fifteenth ay of November. 1903, a penalty of ten per- cent. shall be added until the fif teenth day of December. 1905. after which last mentioned date the collec ion of the said taxes and penalties shall be enforced by execution. R~atified by Council Aug. 7. 1905. D. M. BRlADH A3, E;. J1. BROWNE, MIayor. Clerk. . .THE. . R. B. L.ORYEA DRUG STORE, ISAAC M. LORYEA, Prop., Sign of the . . . Golden Mortar, Beg to inform their many friends and custom Irs that they are prepared to supply their wants with their accustomed celcrity. We carry a full andl comnplete lie in evetry dc partment of the DRUG BUSINESS and every attention is shown to the wants of their customers. F'or Many Yearis We have endeavored to give the vcry best at tention to our customers wants, and feel that we have succeeded. Our stock of DRUGS, MEDICINES and CHEMVICALS is complete in every particular and every anud When inned obf PUE DRUGS and MEDI CINES call on us and we can give you general satisfaction. MAIL ORDERS receive our careful and im mediate attention on day of receipt. We hop' w. your kind patronage which for years 'e have earnestly striven to merit. ISAAC M, LORYEA, Propirietor, Sfign of t he *Golden M'or tar MANNINC, S. C. 'PHONE NO. 2. mISJImfO1ETA-TAR I Rhame's Drug Store I Is a Prescription Drug Store, You should choose your druggist as as carefully as you do your physician. 4 Unless your prescr iptions are tilled ac curately and scientifically with exactly the ingredients prescribed by the phy sician, it is useless to hope for the best results. In asking for your prescription trade we feel that we are prepared to meet all requirements. We have had long . experience and training in the filling of prescriptions. . All that science can suggest or money buy to make our ser vice perfect are here for your protec tion We maintain a purity and excel lence in our stock of drugs and chemi cals that meet the approval of the most exacting physicians. Care, skill and technical knowledge guide our hands and thought in every step of the filling of all prescriptions entrusted to us. Our prices are low for the service we give, at RHAME'S DRUG STORE. Flavors For What Flavors Are For. Flavoring extracts are added to food in order to make the food more appe tizing. Appetizing food is apt to digest better than the other sort, and hence the right sort of a flavor adds nutritive value. Cheap and artificial flavors al ways lack the delicate, appetizing qual ity of the genuine kind and in addition, are apt to be directly harmful. Such flavors are more commonly sold than you think. It is probable that nine tenths of the vanilla is either wholly or partly artificial. We make a line of pure flavoring extracts from selected material for those people who appreci ate the best. While the first cost of these may be a trifle higher than that of fraud flavors, they are really cheaper in the end, because they go farther and they do good instead of harm. TRUE VANILLA, 10 CENTS AN OZ GENUINE LEMON, 10 CENTS AN OZ. AT RHAME'S DRUG STORE. Glenn Springs Water - AT Rhame's Drug Store, SUMMERTON. S. C. Clark's Warehouse Selling Tobacco I am glad to report tobacco selling high on our market. On buyers have good orders. If you want the highest market price bring yoar tobacco to us. We are anxious to handle your tobacc and guarantee that you will get as much for your tobacco as yo can get anywhere. Our competitors will tell you all kind of things about us. W have nothing to say about them. the thing we want the tobacc planters to remember is that we get you the HIGHEST MAlE KET PRICE EVERY DAY. We are here to prove what we say. Yours to please. CLARK'S WAREHO0USE, R. D. CLARK, Proprietor. In Summerton dnrxig the past three weeks show property to b The propertiesineebad for sal in town are fine values. We have now lot suited for residence, stores, oflices, etc. On r farm*I pr'operties are also good. We have not yet made a sale of prot erty which has not already risen in price. We will not try t boom any property, we are glad for our customers to resell an make money, it proves our representations to have been true. There are now in course o: construction in Summer. ton seven brick buildings, Wec hav~e several applications for small farms near Sammerton. PartiE who have such will do well to correspond with us. We will soon have on the market a number of small residence lots in a nie' and well located part of the town. Write us for further information. Summerton, S. C. A. munei-. urges, Prs W. J. Muldrow. Sec. & Trea! am-0 C- - AM-0 ti 0-0 CO-0 A UT IN PRICE That means a saving for you. We are determined not to carry over Summer goods, so we have cut the price on all C Summer goods way down below cost. Read the following quotations and see if it isn't an exceptionally good time for you to buy: Wash Goods. Some as pretty patterns in this line as could be de sired and they are not remnants and short ends, but the ~ best, at prices like these: a 15c Swiss Cordstich at................8c the yard 12tc Clairmont Batistes at. .. . ..- ... 8jc the yard Beautiful figured Lawns, 10 and 12tc kind. at.. ..........................8c the yard. Pretty Black and White Lataska Voile, real value 15c. cut to.. ............8c the yard - 25c Colored Organdies only.. .... ......13jc the yard Serpolet. very pretty, worth 25c anywhere. now cut to......... ............13c the yard All other Wash Goods cut accordingly. Costs nothing to come and see these and very little to buy. Come! White Goods. We have cut these way below cost. Listen to the low prices:. Mercerized White Goods, 25c, 356'and 40c values, only................. ...19 c the yard ~ 84c White Lawns, now only.......... .6c the yard 12tc Lawn only................. ....8*c the yard 15c and 20c White Lawns only.. .. .. .. .. 12Jc the yard' White Check Muslin at....... 4tc, 6.c and 8*c the yard These goods are worth 6tc, 81c and 10c. Twenty yds. Bleach Homespun for $1. ONE DOLLAR THE LIMIT. Gent's Furnishings.4 The Gents' get the benefit of the dut too. Several 2-piece Suits, latest styles, good patterns,t go like this: $6.50 Suits .............................. 7 7.50 Suits only.... .................... 5.89 8.50 and $9 Suits just....................... 7.49 Better get one of these to finish out the summer. g Gent's All Silk Neck Ties only.. 10, 15c and 19C each Some swell Neckwear in our line. Don't fail to see it. All our Gent's Oxfords at Cost; and we only handle the best. . THE YOUNG RELIABLE, J.H. RIGBY. New Shoes. We have just placed on our shelves our new invoice of CROSSETT AND HA0 QUEEN QUAITY S H DES adwe can truthfully say that w never had a more complete line. '5 All the new toes and lasts, andal Soall xthe new leathers are here. ofW would respectfully request those ofyou who have been wearing good shoes to come in now during this early season and get fitted up in a pair of these new shoes while all sizes are here. Mutual Dry Goods Co. +K