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MANNING. S. C., MARCH 7, 1906.
Publishes All County and Town Of
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MUST be in
this office by Saturday Noon in order to
insure publication the following week.
W. E. Jenkinson Co. is the Plaee to Buy
Everything that is new and up-to
date can be found at our store now.
A beautiful line of Spring Dress
Goods in all the new and stylish weaves
If you need anything in Black Dress
Goods, don't fail to see our line, as we
have the best assortment of Black
Goods we have ever shown at this sea
son of the year.
Our line of Black Skirtings have no
equal in this market. Remember, a
a lady is always neatly dressed when
she has on a nice Black Skirt and white
Shirtwaist. Our line of White Shirt
waistings was never more complete.
Don't fail to see us when you need any
thing in the Dress Goods Line.
Ladies, we wish to remind you that
our Milliner is now in the Northern
Markets getting up our Line of Sorin
and Summer Millinery and our taster
and Spring and Summer display of
Millinery and Millinery Goods will be
W. E. JENKINSON CO.
Mrs. G. L. Dicksbn left yesterday to
enter Dr. Baker's Infirmary.
Don't fail to see the Woman's Min
strels Thursday night, March 22.
Miss Clara Harvin has returned from
an extended visit in Orangeburg.
Mr. R. F. Horton has gone to Min
eola, F"a., to engage in the lumber bus
M r. A. P. Burgess is in charge of the
auditors office while that official is
Miss Grace Bailey, of Greenville, is
in Manning visiting her sister, Mrs. J.
A Darlington grand jury refuse'd to
indict Pegram Dargan for helping his
brother to commit suicide.
A communication from Hon. George
R.Jones on the "liquor question" is un
avoidably left out this week.
There will be preaching at Fellow
ship church next Sunday at 4 p. m. by
Rev. M. A Connors. Public cordially
There will be a Box Party at Turbe
ville March 16, in the hall over S. C.
Turbeville's store. Admission 15 cents.
Refreshments will be served.
Mr. Charlton DuRant left yesterday
for Atlanta to consult Dr. Calhoun the
famous oculist. Mr. DuRant has been
a snfferer with his eyes for sometime.
The ladies are rehearsing every
night for their minstrel performance.
They say it will be a hummer, and that
their jokes were not hatched out of a
last year bird's nest either.
Died last Friday Jahn F. Walker
aged 35 years, son of the late B. A.
Walker. Thedeceased had lived in
Manning all of his life, was avery quiet
citizen, and had many friends.
-Mayor Bradham gave the fire laddies
an oyster lay-out last Friday night.
We hope the boys will take an interest
in the fire fighting machine and that
council will give them every encour
Those who have taken space in the
Bazaar Bulletin are earnestly request
ed to furnish this office with copy for
their ads. at once, as arrangements will
have to be made to get it printed and
Has Sumnmerton a man in it, v.ho has
the public-spirit to edit a news column
in THE M-iDNIG TnMES, who will
furnish a weekly news letter? If so. we
should'like to entertain a proposition
Mr. G. D. Smith of Workman passed
through Manning on his way home
from Panola, where he has been visit
ing his daughter. He was elated with
the Panola section and the treatment
he received by the people.
In the spring time yoit renovate your
house. Why not your body? Hollis
ter's Rocky Mountain Tea drives out
impurities, cleauses and enriches the
blood and purifies the entire system.
35 cents. Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.
-Mr. W. E. Burgess is having erected
by Contractor 0. W. McRoy two cot
tages on Church street,opposite Clark's
tobacco warehouse, for rent. There atre
plenty of other vacant lots in this town
which could be similarly utilized with
profit to the owners, and with much
gain to the welfare-of the town.
We understand there is a movement
on foot to build a cotton warehouse at
Summerton. The merchants and the
bank are behind the movement. If so,
it will succeed. Merchants and bank
ers of Manning look npon the business
interests of your town. Town's busi
ness interests, look upon your mer
chants and bankers, what say you.
Died at the home of his brother in
Manning last Wednesday night, Mr.
John M. Russell, aged 32 years. The
deceased was a native of Virginia, and
came here in the last stages of con
sumption. The climate benefited him
some but the disease was imbedded in
his system too deeply. The funeral
took place in the Manning cemetery.
Rev.~J. 0. Gough conducted the ser
Mr. J. L. McLeod has returned from
his purchasing trip at the .north, and
he did not come back with an empty
grip sack either-, if the quantity of
goods we see being opened up in his
store is any kind of an indication. Mr.
McLeod made a personal selection of
his spring goods, and he only asks a
visit to his store to convince the most
exacting that he is "It" for goods that
are cheap and goods that are good.
The Tambourine Drill, Club Drill
and Woman's Minstrels will be given
by all home tplent at Institute Hall on
Thursday night, March 22. Perform
ance will begin at'830 sharp. Resrved
seats, adults, 50c.; children, 35c. 'Gen
eral admission, adults, 35c.; children,
25. The object of this entertainment
is to raise funds for the services of a
band during the Library Bazaar. Let
everybody attend this entertainment
and enjoy the evening, and at the same
time help a worthy cause.
The contributions for the bazaar con
tinue to come in right along and every
thing bids fair for the enterprise to be
a howling success. Nothing succeeds
like success, and even those who were
disposed to be pessimistic are now, on
realizing the bright prospect, becom
ing among the most enthusiastic. There
is to be a baby show feature added to
the attractions, and the rivalry to have
the prettiest baby will be fierce. this
ay not be giving a "square deal" te
all,~but then there are other features
. amus for he ineligibles.
The week past there were three
deaths in this town. and this bare an
nounement would not speak well for
the health of Manning. Therefore it
is well to keep the record straight by
explaining: two of those who departed
this life-Messrs. Walker and Russell
were coUsumutiveS of long sutiering,
and their being taken hence, was in
our judgment, a blessing to them. The
other. a sweet little girl became afflict
ed with a malady that atmospheric or
climatic conditions have no influence,
hers was one of those cases which dem
onstrates the uncertainty of life.
Three little rules we all should keep.
To make life happy and bright.
Smile in the morning. smile at noon,
Take Rocky Mountain Tea at night.
Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.
At a meeting of the stockholders of
the Bank of Clarendon held on Feb.
28th, the following were elected direc
tors for the present year: S. A. Rigby,
F. P. Ervin. Dr. C. 13. Geiger, J. T.
Stukes and J. A. Weinberg. The busi
ness of this institution is in a very flour
ishing condition. Tt has steadily in
creased since its organization, and thus
far. has not lost as much as a dollar by
bad loans or otherwise. This is a strong
board, and with such men at the helm.
the bank has a future that will eclipse
its successful past. The board will meet
this week for the election of oicers:
and there is no doubt that the present
officers will be re-elected.
The best safeguard against headache
constipaiion and liver troubles is De
Witt's Little Early Risers. Keep a vial
of these famous little pills in the house
and take a dose at bed time when you
feel that the stomach and bowels need
cleansing. They don't gripe. Sold by
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Citizens, it is every man's duty to be
registered so he may have a voice in
the selection of our 'town government.
The man who is so indifferent as to not
register now while the books are open
to give him the opportunity, should not
complain if men get on the council who
are not of his choice. We do not know
whether there will be.opposition to the
present council or not, so far as we are
concerned, we have but little complaint
to make. True. we should like to have
a better knowledge of the receipts and
disbursements of council, not as a mat
ter of curiosity, but as a matter of
right- information council should
gladly furnish to the public. A report
made up of "sundries" or "miscella
neous" does not give the public the
information as to cost, what for, and to
whom paid. ft does not show whether
the money is being properly handled,
nor does it show whethier the money is
being divided up among the members
of council, or going to persons not in
oosition to vote to themselves the taxes
of the citizens.
Insofar as the visible work of council
is concerned,we think it has done well.
our streets are in fairly good condition,
the town is well drained and well
policed, and we now have a fire fight
ing machine, and a number of other
improvements, but then. we should
have these things and mo re.; the in
come runs up near the 910,000 ;Mark
and this is a whole lro- money,.Things
are not now like they wefe when the
town's income was s&M, then' it was
necessarily run in a careless manner,
but now the income is large-and grow
ing larger, and people should know
how their money is being spent and
who is getting it.
Get the Right Kind.
If you are troubled with Piles and
can't find a cure, try Witch Hazel
Salve, but be sure you get that made
by E. C. DeWitt & Co.. Chicago. It is
the Original. If you have used Witch
Hazel Salve without being relieved it
is probable that you got hold of the
many worthless counterfeits that are
sold on the reputation of the genuine
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. The R.
B. Loryea Drug Store.
The Executive Committee of the
Cotton Growers' A ssociation met in the
court house last Monday. Those pres
ent were E. D. Hodge, W. M. Plow
den, 3. D. Rutledge, R. E. McFaddin,
Jr., B. P. Broadway, S. M. Hayrs
worth, R D. Thompson; Louis Appelt.
The purpose of the meeting was to
ascertain what progress was being
made with regard to securing stock to
build a standard warehouse. and what
means were to be devised for getting
the necessary financial su:>port, to ar
range for a field agent whose opera
tions were to be under the supervision
of the executive committee, and to
push the welfare of the organization.
A resolution avas adopted urging the
cotton ginners of Clarendon to pledge
themselves to collect 10) cents per bale
for all bales of cotton ginned by them
the coming season, and turn same over
to the association, in doing this the
support of the association falls equally
on all. and not heavily on any. The
field agent will visit each ginner to
explain and urge this matter. The
I Polelift Sil
Impoverished soil, like impov
erished blood, needs a proper
fertilizer. A chemist by analyz
ing the soil can tell you what
fertilizer to use for different
If your blood is impoverished
your doctor will tell you what
you need to fertilize it and give
it the rich, red corpuscles that
are lacking in it. It may be yon
need a tonie, but more likely you
need a concentrated fat food,
and fat is the element lacking
in your system.
There is no fat food that is
so easily dige~sted and assimi~
lated as '.-3.9 -
of Cod'MLer Oil
It will-nourishfand stieongthen~
the body when 1hilk angl'creatm
fail to do it. Scott's Emiurion
is alwaj.is the sdinfe; .leays
alatable arilways beneficial
where the bodg isywasting from
any cause, 'either . ur children
or adults. - - -
We will send you a sample free.
- Be sure that this pic
ture in the form of a
-label is on the wrapper
of every bottie of Emul
sion you buy.
SOT T & BOMfH
4,K 69 PeanlSt., ReWYO
500 and $1.00.
i committee elected Messrs. J. A. Wein
berg, W. G. King and D M. Bradham
as a committee to promote the organi
zation of a warehouse company, pledg
ing itself to exert the influence of tbe
association to aid them.
It was then decided absolutely neces
sary for a lield ageut to be mploycd.
aud the comnittee realizing that its
income must depend upon future col
leetions agreed to employ Mr. E. D.
Hodge to perform this work, at a sal
ary of $00, with the distinct under
standing his salary was to come out of
such funls as are to be collected from
the 10 cents per bale tax, or any other
monies which may come into the treas
ury.. The association is fortunate in
Mr. Hodge's consent to do this work,
as we know of no one better qualified,
who understands it better, and who is
more willing to make the sacrifie .
A Favorite Remedy for Babies.
Its pleasant taste and prompt cures
have made Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy a favorite with. the mothers of
small children. It quickly cures their
coughs and colds and prevents any dan
ger of pneumonia or other serious con
sequences. It not only cures croup, but
when given as soon as the croupy cough
appears will prevent the attack. For
sale by The R. . Loryea Drug Store
Isaac M. Lorvea, Prop.
Leaves have their tine to fall.
And tiowers to wither at the North wint's
And stars to set; but all
T.hou hast all seasons for thine own. 0 Death:"
* * r, * * * * * * * * %k * * *
''Youth and the opening rose
May look like things too glorious for decay.
And smile at thee-but thou art not of those
That wait the ripened bloom to seize their
The above lines suggested themselves
to thelwriter upon hearing of the death,
in the early hours of last Thursday
morning, of Sarah Margaret Johnson,
aged 14 years, the second daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Johnson. The de
ceased was a lovely child-a favorite
with her acquaintances young, and
old, and the nipping of earth's garden
of such a flower, brought sadness to the
people of Manning who dearly loved
her. It is seldom the death of a child
is so universally felt, but in this case,
all felt the loss of a precious jewel, and
all wauted to show respect for her
memory and sympathy for her family.
The funeral took place Friday morn -
ing at the cemetery, her pastor Rev.
mio. 0. Gough conducted the
service. The stores closed and bus
iness was suspended to a t t e n d
the funeral. The pupils and teachers
of the Moses Levi Memorial Institute
marched in a body led by the seventh
rade. of which Sara Margaret, was a
After a hymn by the choir, the
chool children sang "Sweet and Low,"
which was followed by the choir with
more song service. The entire service
was solemn and impressive, and deep
orrow and bereavement was manifest
by the tears which showed a sincere
affection for the departed one, and a
trong sympathy for the family whose
hearts are bruised and bleeding.
The seventh grade, as well as the
entire school had ulaced upon the tomb
beautiful floral tcibutes. The grave
was banked with magnificient flowers
from friends, a number of these were
rare and costly flowers sent from
This sweet little girl was ill but a
a short while, and everything that
skill, and love could do, was done, but
in vain, Sara Margaret was called by
im for a good and wise purpose, and
we believe she is now a ministering
angel in heaven.
Notice to Teachers.
Prof. Wardlaw has accepted our in
vitation to deliver an address at the
next teachers meeting, March, 17th.
We hope every teacher in the county
that can possibly do so will attend.
Prof. Wardlaw is a teacher of teachers
and it is-quite a privilege to have the
opportunity of hearing him.
S. P. HOLLADAY,
New Zion Dots.
Editor The Manning Times:
Mr. S. C. Turbeville spent a few days
of last week in Charleston on business.
Dr. Hagood Woods passed through
here en route for Manning. The Doctor
must have something in that town to
Miss Bessie Corbett has closed her
school, before doing so, however, she
gave her scholars a. delightful straw
iide. Miss Corbett will be missed here,
and it wvould not surprise us to hear of
New Zionites swooping down on Pax
Miss Blanche Ivy. another popular
teacher, will close her school this week..
and leave for her home in Manning .
Mr. Editor, what is the. pro.ct 'for*
a Senator to represent C ?~On It is
getting close tio th 4wn th
pole will have t-*n
. ax Returning -Time.
(Rock Hill .fr1)
He boasts he is like W 5
He cannot tell a lie-'.
But when he meets the i itor.
Just watch him on the slya
He bends down close to p.e returns,
His voice is lO.. and dim;
Becanse he knows his deestneighborsd
Each one, :is watching, m.
His fertile soil is very
Many feet to the clay--g
He never said his~ land wa cheap
Until returning day~re
His horses all are fine, -.
But now at tax returnihg time,
They're mighty-.cheap today.
He would have bristled up to fight
A dar or tw~o beforp
To any one making bgh
Of hiim for heing.pdo0 .
But now to hear his, urn.
It's pitiful indee~~
An in ite of ~ ~r's home
Is in a&grea. ed.
. A-LPHA~ L. NEEMY.
Wood's Seed is the. best.
Th~e. R. B ti~ ea Drug Store.
Diso re Co. can sell you a
-t o's rested aihi true Wheat
Nied. The R. T. LoryeaMDrug Store.
We will be glad to introduce~ youtd
our New York. milliner. Niss Pervis.
J. L. McLeod.
Buy the high grade and well known
Keystone Corn Planter from Dickson
Jtust received, two cars brick, and
three cars, No. 1 Timothy Hay. Legg
Coming, a car of one hundred and
twenty-five barrels of Lime, and
another car of one thousand bushels of
Corn and Oats. Legg & Hutchinson.
We have a complete- stock of single
and double Buggies, buggy and wagon
Harness, one and two-horse Wagons,
Laprohes. Whips and Riding Saddles.
Legg & Hntchinson.
I have just returned from New York
and Baltimore with some of the nicest
and cheapest goods ever purchased for
the cash and will be glad to have you
After this Legg & Huteildson will
carry in stock a full line of Cottonstalk
Choppers, Disc Harrows. TooLh H1ar
rows Two-horse Plows. Cotton Plant
ers, etc. Low for cash, or easy terms.
Miss Pervis, our highly reconumended
t-rimmer of Ncw York, took charge of
our millineay department last Mionday
and is making considerable changes.
Come and see them and meet her. J.
Madam May Ona, Scientific Palmist
and Phrenoligist, graduate of Fowler
and Wells School of New York, will
remain a few days only at tent. near
the post oiice. May O)na is said to be
one of the best in her line.
Mr. S. I. Till, the hustling manager
of The Mutual Dry Goods Company is
back from the northern markets, and
the spring goods following in his wake
signify a determination that there will
be something doing at The 'Mutual in
the goods selling proposition.
I am still giving 1500 pounds of prime
7 per cent. meal for one ton of cotton
seed, delivered at the mill. This is a
better rate of exchange than any other
mill is giving, and it is absolutely
necessary for all who care to trade their
seed to bring them in at once. I will
shut down for this season in two or
three weeks and after that it will be
impossible to get anything like as good
a rate of exc''ange as I am now offering.
My meal has been analyzed by Clemson
College and found to contain 7 88 per
cent Ammonia and to have a commer
cial value of $26.29 per ton.
C. R. SPROTT.
Dr. A. S. Todd, Physician and Sur
geon, offers his professional services to
the people of Manning and vicinity. 13t
WE THE FRIENDS OF C. L. JAMES
hereby present his name to the voters of
Clarendon County as a candidate for the otee
f County Supervisor. Subject to the ruies of
the Democratic party.
51. B1o8sgr's Clrhfu~
I have secured the agency In
Manning for Dr. Blosser's Ca
tarrh Cure and will fill all
orders for parties desiring
Et sells for S1 per box, or three boxes
Free samples mailed to catarrh suf
ferers on application to
11. Ra. 13OGER, Agent,
MANNINC. S. O.
Mouzon & Rigby,
Fancy Groceries, Fruits, Etc.
VEGETABLES IN SEASON.
NMle1In Q000lt 1009811 lusce
Always on hand a fresh, clean line
of Staple and Fancy Groceries, Can
ned Goods, etc. We supply others'
tables, *hy not yours?
Give us your orders for anything
in the Grocery line. We fill and-de
liver all orders promptly.
We have recently added to our line
Have you been to see the wonder
ful bargains on this. countre for 10c.?
[ you haven't, come in now and let
s show you some of the greatest
argains for 10 cents ever brought to
Yours for business,
Mouzon & Rigby.
WHEN IN MANNING COME TO
for good, Hot Meals. J. McD. Rich
rdson and Eliza Dayis have consoli
ated their Restaurants under the firra
ame of -
RICHAROfSON & DAVIS
Restaurant: *We have separate apart
ents far white .and colored, an4l :can
serve fou most .any lioundm4ing the.
ay, guaranteeing first-class semee.
We solicit the .patronage of all our
friends. We also handle.
nd Green Groceiies and 1n satisfy
our w~ants in these lines.
RIHARDSON &. DAVIS.
R. B. LORYEA D RUG STORE,
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Prop.,
Sign of the . . . Golden Mortar,
Beg to inform their many friends and custom
r tat they are epae tsupply their wants
We carry a full and complete line In every de
partment of the
and every attention is shown to the wants or
For MLany Tears
We have endeavored to give the very best at
~ention to our customers' wants, and feel that
we have succeeded.
Our stock of
is compiete in every particular and every and
nen in need ofe FuR 1dRUGS and MEDI
CINES call on us and we can give you general
AIORDERS receive our careful and im
mediate attention on day of receipt.
We hope for your kind patronage which for
years we have earnestly striven to merit.
IBE RI. B. [ORY[ DRGG 81E,
ISAAC M, LORYEA, Proprietor,
Sign or the'
~4 MANNING, S.C.
-HONE NO. 2.
J. L. McLEOD,
Successor to J. W. McLEOD,
Levi Block, - - MANNING, S. C.
At Cost, At Cost.
All Winter Goods must go AT COST to
make room for our new Spring stock.
When we say AT COST we mean what
we say, so, give us a trial.
SalIe Begins Nowl
Some rare bargains while they last.
-Our buyer is now in the Northern mar
kets with the cash purchasing his new
Spring stock and when he returns he ex
pects to surprise the Clarendon peoplewith EE
some of the betbran ver placed be
~ At CostA Cost.ins
Efore the public.
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NFTT OTOFC- ANIG .C
NEW WASH GOODS
We received this week a lot of the
prettiest, freshest Wash Goods ever
seen here, and by far the rarest of val
ues we have ever had.
Beautiful White Madras, White -
Dimities and Mulls of the very latest
type. You can't help but like them, so
come and see them.
White Dimity, both checks and
stripes, fine and sheer. all new. White
Madras in stripes and figures, just the
goods for shirt waists for this season,
and a guaranteed price on every piece
New Line Fine Percales.
Good assortment of patterns to choose
from and the price lower than others are ask
ing for the same.
Sea Island Percales in small, neat patterns,
suitable for Children's Dresses, Waist Suits and
Men's Shirts. Some very choice goods in this
assortment. Other new Wash Goods here too,
by far the largest line we have ever shown and
we want you to see them.
The New Collars for Ladies
that we are showing is just the collar for you.
A variety of new and beautiful designs.
Fine Laces in Vals, Torchons, etc. Great
est values ever offered in Laces.
A dainty hemstitched edge for collars, fine
Flouncing, all widths, and Corset Cover Em
broideries, Swiss Sets, etc. Many new and..
&nynew and beautiful pieces of All-Over Lace and
Embroidery, light and heavy weight. We can please any
lady in this line.
THE YOUNG RELIABLE,
J. H. RIBY.
Young men, it is time you were thinking about that
SSpring suit for Easter. Well, if you have not, we have ,
Sbeen looking after it for you and the result is we* have
one of the grandest lines of New spring Clothing ever
Sshown in this town.
A splendid line of New spring serge suits in both
Ssingle and double-breasted Suits in two piece and three- .
~piece suits from such well-known clothing houses as
ilenry Sonneborne & Sons,
_ OF BALTIMORE,
Swho have a world-wide reputation for first -class Clothing
at medium prices.
Feckheimer, Fishel & Co.,
O F NEW YORK,
3 who have a world-wide reputation-for the best and finest ~
Sclothing in the United States.
SH ENRY OPPENHEIMER & CO.
Swho make a specialty of UNION-MADE Clothing. What I -
mean by this is, garments -mede by union labor. bearing -
Sthe label of the United Garment Workers. of America on
It will pay you men to see our great line of spring
SClothing before you bny.
Ladies, You Too.
While we have dwelt at great length about the splen
Sdid line of Gent's Clothing we are showing, yet we wish
Sto impress it upon your minds, ladies, that we are show
inggsplendid line of new spring Dress Goods of all kinds
S*at te lowest prices.
One case of 40-inch wide White Lawns a.t the old
Sprice, 10c the yard; worth now 15c, but you get them at
Sthe old price, 10c.
TIwo cases very nice spring Percales, 36 inches wide,
Sat the old price, 10c pard; they are real cheap at 12tc,
but we bought these 'last summer at the lowest price and
Swe let them go at 30c.
S5,000 yards of Soft Finish Bleached Long
Ctethi 36 inchegwide, 9c yard. or -8 1-3 .
S cents the bolt.
Ladies, you sif1 not fail to see this great value.
One case of giured Organdies in the latest figures
and colorings,:y lue 15c the yard, but we let them go at
Everytbigi in new goods can be found at our store.
~.Dome and..s'N us.
W. E. Jenkinson Co.