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MANNING, S. U., SEPT. 4. 190,.
Publishes All Ciounty and Town Of
Advertisers will please re
imeuiber that copy for a
change of ad. MUST be in
this oftice by Saturday Noon in order to
insure nublication the following week.
Things Worth Notice.
Fifty 10 lb boxes Tobacco good qual
ity onlyIS3.0 per box at Jenkinson's.
A large line of figured Lawns that
sold Sc will now close at 5c.
40inch wide White Lawns that is
well worth 20c yd will close at 10c.
White Pioue worth 20c yd will close at
121. A big lot of Remnants on rem
nant counter at coet.
All kinds of summer goods to close
out very close.
A large line of Trunks, Suit Cases
and Bags that we offer at very close
prices to school boys and school girls.
It will pay you to see our new fall
Suits for men, boys and children.
It matters not what you need in Dry
GooGs, Shoes, Clothing or anything in
the house furnishing line we are ready
to make you close prices.
W. E. JENKINSON CO.
Magistrate S. M. Youmans is slowly
Mrs. D. Hirschmann has come home
from New York.
Miss Jessie McLean has returned
home from the mountains.
Mr. H. T. Avant, of Jacksonville,
Fla., was here yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Bradham are in
Manning visiting their parents.
Major A. Levi and family have re
turned home from their summer trip.
Nr. W. E. Jenkinson has gone to
New York to buy his fall and winter
Rev. J. P. Inabnit filled the pulpit at
the Methodist church last Sunday
Mr. C. W. Pickering and family are
visiting relatives at Copes, in Orange
Wiley F. Hodge of Manning has
been appointed to the beneficiary cadet
ship at Clemson.
The court house plaza makes a more
presentable appearance since the grass
has been moved.
Messrs. H. Harby, W. H. Ingram
and Davis Moise of Sumter spent last
Monday in Manning.
Mrs. McAllister, of Macon, Ga., is
in Manning visiting her friend, Miss
Hattie G. Nelson.
The court house plaza makes a more
presentable appearance since the grass
-has been mowed.
The runaways to-the springs and
other summer resorts are coming home
on nearly every train.
Mr. J. H. Rigby has returned from
the northern markets and says he pro
poses to merit the patronage of the
Rev. Gaston Boyle, missionary to
Brazil, is in Manning.and will preach
at the Presbyterian church next Sun
There will be preaching at F'ellow
ship Church next Sunday at 4, p. m_.,
by the pastor, Rev. J. N Tolar. Publhe
Mrs. J. W. Perry of Florida, arrived
in Manning last Saturday, to attend
her son's marriage, which takes place
at DuRant's this evening.
Rev. A. R. Woodson and family
have returned home from the springs
and mountains, and - Mr Wcoodson oc
cupied his pulpit last Sunday.
Died in Camden Monday, Miss Susan
Manning, sister of the late Governor
John L. Manning. The remains were
interred at Columbia yesterday.
Cotton is coming to this market right
along, and 12* cents is the prevail
ing price. The .buyers have not had
any limits as yet, but before the week
ends they will be in the fight good and
On account of the advance in all
material in the printing line, we are
forced to advance the rate for adver
tising space. Therefore all new con
tracts will be charged for at the ad
On account of sickness on THE
TIMES force, and a number of new ad
vertisements, we are comnpelled to leave
out the county dispensary's purchase
report, as well as editorial and other
Charlton DuRant, Esq., went to Ben
nettsville last Thursday night to take
degrees in Scottish rite masonry, but
in his anxiety to become a mason of
great degree he wvent to the place just
one week ahead of the appointed time.
The owners of swamp lands by being
-iscreet and not over anxious to sell to
the first slick-tongued speculator, can
get a good price. Lands that once were
a drug upon thie market at 25 cents per
acre now bring eight and ten dollars
ner acre, and some more than that, ac
cording to location. All of it is valu
able now: only be patient.
The cotton picker patented by Mr.
C. R. Harvin of this town has been
pronounced a success by an expert
machinist who is installing the gasoline
engine which operates the fans. Mr.
Harvin has spent several years on his
cotton picker. and if he has made a
successof it theire wvaits for him an in
dependent fortune. We sincerely hope
his dream will be realized.
The supreme court has rendered a
decision which is of interest to all per
sons buying goods abroad and which is
shipped over several railroads. There
was enacted by our State legislature in
1903 an Act which made the delivering
railroad responsible for damage to, or
loss of freight, this Act in the cases of
S. R. Venning and W. M. Lewis has
been declared unconstituition:.l.
A new law firm has been organized
in Manning, the members of which are
Hon. R. 0. Purdy and S. Oliver
O'Bran, Esq. Ex-Judge Purdy needs
no introduction to the people of Claren
don, and the fact that he has given his
name to this tirm is a sufficient guaran
tee of a successful business. Mr.
OBrvan, although a young lawyer, is
a hard student, and exceedingly pains
taking with all matters entrusted to
him. His ability w'as recognized by
Judge John S. Wilson with whom he
has had a successful and pleasant law
partnership, and now that Judge Wil
son retires from the practice to go upon
the bench Mr. O'Bryan has again con
nected himself with a lawyer of abilhty
On account of a freight teain be
coming derailed at Brogdon's last Fi
day evening, the Dassenger trains were
all belated, and passengers were forced
to take more than their money's worti
in riding. The train from Columbia,
due here 7:15 did not reach here until
about 11 o'clock, having had to go
around over the North Western by
Summertou and Wilson's Mill. and tle
train from Charleston, went over the
Northwestern to Sumter.
DeWis Little Early Ri-sers are
good for anyoue who needs a pill.
They are small. safe, sure. little pills
that do not gripe or sicken. Sold by
Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.
We want our readers to give heed to
the advertisement of Perry Krasnolf in
this issue. He has prepared for a large
business, and the bulk of his stock was
bought before the advance im prices,
therefore Krasnotf is in position to sell
goods and save the people money. TIat
he means to create a furore in the trad
ing line can be demonstrated by visit
ing his store during his big sale. This
is no clearing off of old goods, but a
real, genuine sale of up-to-date goods
at prices to defy competition and to
turn the tide of trade to Manning.
Rydale's Liver Tablets
Are guaranteed to cure Chronic Con
stipation. Biliousness and Torpid
Liver. Give them a trial and if you
are not satisfied your money will be re
funded. Each box contains 50 tablets.
price. :15 cents. Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.
On account of very urgent requests
from a number of subscribers who
romise to pay up during this month
we have decided to leave our subscrip
tion list intact until October 1st, only
striking off the out of the county names
that we regard as hopeless, and will
ive ou- county friends until October
st. On and after that date, most posi
tiyely we will strike off the delinquents,
and turn their names over to a Magis
trate. This is the very last extension.
If Clarendon county wants a newspaper
which is faithful to its interests, it
must support it with something more
substantial than promises.
To check a cold quickly get from
your druggist some little Candy Cold
Tablets called Preventics. Druggists
everywhere are now dispensing Pre
ventics, for they are ne' anly safe, but
decidedly certain and prompt. Pre
ventics contain no Quinine, no laxative
nothing harsh nor sickening. Taken
at the "sneeze stage" Preventics will
prevent Pneumonia, Bronchitis, La
grippe, cie. Hence the name, Preven
ties. Good for feverish children, 48
PreveLtics 25 cents. Trial Boxes 5 cts.
Sold by Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.
There was a very nice game of ball
in Manning last Wednesday between
what has heretofore been the invinci
bles of Sardinia, and a gotten-together
nine in Manning. The game was at
times snappy, both sides were on their
mettle, and each side had its backers.
Sardinia went down before Manning
with a score of 4 to 1. This was Sar
dinia's first defeat, and it was a jolting
surprise to them, they had no idea of
the proposition they were going up
against when. they came here, and
being a set of hard fighters will no
doubt want another chance to retrieve
themselves. The batteries were:
Manning, Iseman and Dickson; Sar
dinia, Garland and Millsap. The game
was largely played by the batteries.
There are a great many people who
have slight attacks of indigestion and
dyspepsia nearly all the time. Their
food may satisfy the appetite but it
fails to nourish the body simply because
the stomach is not in fit condition to do.
the work it is supposed to do. It can't
digest the food you eat. The stomach
should be given help. You oteght take
something that will do the work your
stomach can't do. Kodol for Indiges
tion and Dyspepsia, a combination of
natural digestants and vegetable acids,
cigests the food itself and gives strength
ad health to the stomach. Pleasant to
take. Sold by Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.
Has Manning a board of heath, and
if so, why in the name of humanity
does it not make some intelligent effort
to locate the cause of so mu::h.. fever in
this town. The digging of dry wells
with no sewerage system, is not very
wholesome in our judgment, and if
these things are menacing the health
of the town, steps should be taken to
have them filled up. We believe dry
wells affect the drinking water wells
materially, we also believe the gases:
from the filth in these dry wells are in
jurious: this is only an individual opin
ion, and if we had the authority we
certainly would have an expert make
an examination, and if he reported a
confirmation of our opinion, we should
take immediate steps to apply the legal
remedy. The health of the town is far
more i'mportant than the convenience
of a few people of means.
Stomach troubles, Heart atnd Kidney
ailments, can be quickly corrected with
a prescription known to drugg~ists
everywhere as Dr. Shoop's Restorative.
The prompt and surprising relief which
this remedy immediately brings is en
tirely due to its Restorative action
upon the controlling nerves of the stom
A weak Stomach, causing dyspepsia,
a weak Heart with palpitation or inter
mittent pulse, always means weak
Stomach nerves or weak Heart nerves.
Strengthen these inside or controlling
nerves with Dr. Shoop's Restorative
and see how quickly these ailments dis
appear. Dr. Shoop of Racine. Wis.
will mail samples free. Write for them
a test will tell. Your health is certain
l worth this simple trial. Sold by Dr.
W. E. Brown & Co.
Clayton Will "Cuss" in Spite of Us.
I have not seen your paper, but have
been informed that you had in your
last issue, a squibon my communication
to the News and Courier predicated
upon my use of the word "damn,'' as I
have it'from second hand you attribute
my language to disappointment in _not
getting the appointment as Sohicitor
for the third JTudicial Circuit. Now
Dear Appelt; if you only kne w your cor
respondent you would not say that,for he
is disappointment proof having gotten
ten disappointments in life, to one suc
cess. But all the same he is cheerful.
and takes life easy, the grass grows and
the flowers bloom as well under his dis
appointments as his success, and he
dont give a "Damn" for reverses. Hope
you can stand the expression, I thought
I was using it as an adjective, but our
mutual friendHemphill says it is a noun.
now I got it aboard ship, where nouns
and adjectives may possible be mixedup
Pressure is the guiding star' of
philosophy, i f you put too much prc~ure
on a boiler'it will burst. If a christian
carries too much religion he is a fail
ure, and when you see a man who turns
up his eyes in holy horror at the word
"damn" Wateb'him, he will beat you
Iin business relation you have with him.
"Damn"~ while not a society word, is
not a sinful ex pression. But I am di
gressing a little. I was not disappoint
ed in not getting the appointment as
Solicitor. I hadi no idea that Ansel
would appoint me. But as I expectedS
to run for the office before the people.
I put in an application, and tiled letters
from nine Judges, including Judge
IJohn Wilson that I was competent for
the otice.Whv did I not expect an ap
poinment upon the principle above sta
ted. Gov. Ansel gushed too much on
theold Confederate. When he needed
votes, and I had no idea that he was
see.a So T put the mnate sqnarely
before him. in the ollo i" etter.
Dear Sir:---As I understand vou wil
M ake the appointment of Solicio
within the ne::t few days I do not thinkl
it, out of place, to cail x your attcttion te
Mv application. From the newspaper
ac'count i tind four applicants. for the
place. Mr. Cantey of Clarendon. Mr.
McLaugihlin of Lee. Mr. Wells and
inyself from Florence. Without dis.
pa'aging the claims of eit.her of iv
o)ponents 1 cau say without, being ne
cused of egotism, that m legal cxperi
ence out datcs any of these gentlemen.
(in this I was mistalken..Mr. .leLaugh
lin having been admitted to tihe bar lc
fore I was ) and perhaps is more varied
This should have some tveight with you
I filed no political endorseiieuts. It is
not a political oiice. But your records
will show, letters from nine Circuit Jud
ges, expressing the opinion, that I am
fully capable of nerforming the duties
appertamning to the office of Solicitor
for the third Judicial Circuit, anti I am
perfectly willidg to submit my claims
with the others, to the Circuit Judgs.
should you deem it necessary to pri vat c
Now with considerations equai as 1o
experience and ability. I claim :..ome
prestage as a Confederate Veteran.
With four years service as my record.
It is true of later years. in South Car(
lina. with many politicians, the (o:
federate Veteran was a talismnan. to : -
cure votes. but a poor recommendattion
for office. [ hoe however this is nio"t
the case with you since upon every or
easion, in your public utterances, you
could not laud the Confederate Veteran
\'ou have now an opportunity to put
one in office, for one year. when the
people will decide. And I trust that
you will show by your act, that words
were not mere air.
W. F. CLAYTON.
Now while I put this matter of Vet
ran squarely before Governor Ansel.
I did not expect appointment., his
record was that of a political chame
leon, changing color whenever it suited
him. It is said that over the gate of
Hades. some of my friends may not
understand what that means and I give
both defintions over tie gate of Hell,
s this inscription, "He who enters
here, leaves hope behind." At the
door of Governor Ansel might with
propriety be placed a sign "No Con
federate soldier need apply."
But Dear Appelt. I have yet to learn
that this is the motto of our people and
I promise to test the matter at the
next election, as I shall be a candidate
for Solicitor. Locally speaking, as to
your county, I had the office once with
in my grasp. but would not take it.
When the Tillmanites, or Reformers
were in power I was urged to run against
John Wilson, for Solicitor, this came
from Sumter. Wiliamsburg and Flor
ence. I wrote John Wilson if he want
ed the office, if he did I would not only
not run against him but would sup
port him. I was a Tillmanite. He
replied that he did want the office, and
I refused to run against him. Ask
John Wilson, if this is true.
Now Dear Appelt, I will be in your
county when the election comes off and
if your women could decide it I would
carry your county, as they are more
patriotic as to Confederate Veterans
than your young men. But. I believe I
will carry your county anyhow in spite
of the fact that I sometime say "damn"
W. F. CLAYTON.
The way t. get rid of a cold. whether
it be a "bad cold" or just a little one,
is to get it out of your system through
the bowels. Nearly all Cough Cures,
especially those that contain opiates
are constipating. Kennedy's Laxative
ough Syrup contains no opiate and
cts gently on the bowels. Pleasant to
ake. Sold by Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.
IHInyler's Candies at Leon Weinberg's
Obelisk Flour always reliable, none
better. For sale by Leon Weinberg.
A full line all styles. Oxford Buggy
Co., Chase grade Buggy, just received.
ome and see them. Coffey & Rigby.
Blue Ribbon Flavoring Extracts are
bsolutely pure and of great strength.
For sale by Leon Weinberg.
Ask the man who owns a Manning
Three large rooms with kitchen to
rent. C. WV. Pickering.
For saie: within a stone's throw of
the graded school a lot containn about
Sof an acre, with a well built six room
welling. Apply to TIMEs oflice for
information. This is a good oppor
tunity for a home-seeker.
Have your buggy rebuilt at Manning
A Buggy for you of famous Chase
grade. Oxford Buggy Co.. make high
or low wvheels, wide or narrow boddy,
steel or rubber tires. Come and get it.
Coffey & Rigby. 44-.
White Star Coffees-Perfect in qual
itv and delicious in flavor. For sale by
Nothing but good good stuT goes in
to Manning Wagons.
Why not have the best when prices
are the same? You can. if von will
insist upon having White Star Coffee.
Manning wagon works is the only
first class shop in this section where'
the best repairing can be had quick.
B. T. Legg.
If you wish to buy a good farm at
a reasonable price in a healthy County,
Fairfield, write The McCants Real
Estate Company, Winnsboro, S. C.
Manning 1-horse wagons $32.00 860.00
cash. Ballance easy, can you beat ity
where at? B. T. Legg.
Something new in Buggies and Sur
ries to be seen at Coffey & Rigby's.
Oxford Buggy Co. ~ 448t.
"Bread is the staff of life." There
fore have it good and use Obelisk
Flour, always reliable. For sale by
If I fail to sell you a Manning Wag
on it'll be your fault. P'm willing to do
it for less money than any one else, and
I will do it for less.
For Sale-A highly improved tract
of land containing 123 acres situated
3 m.les from Manning on road to Salem.
New 5 room dwelling that cost $1,200,
eighty acres clear'ed. Place com
pletey fenced. Apply to .T. A. WVein
JENKINSON & HORTON,
Walterboro, S. C., April 9th, 1907.
American Live Stock Insurance Co.,
Charleston, S. C.
Dear Sirs: -1 beg to acknowledge
receipt of your check No. 132, in the
sum of $100.00 in full settlement of my
claim under policy No.902.
The above policy was issued March
26th, 190T. The animal insured there
under died on the night of March 29th.
of which you were notified through
our agent, Mr. .T. C. Hitt, of Walter
boro, S. C., on the 30th. On April ;th,
proofs of death were coinpleted by your
representative and forwarded to you
AApril 8th, 1907. and today I am handed
your check in~ full settlement of my
elaim, being just 24 hours after proofs
were presented. Louis H. Zeigler.
"if it is Written by Jenkinson &
fl..+on it is Written Right.''
-'alv~e is. goal' for bioui. :>urnfl. cut
Icads and s:kin diease-. It in2i -
Iy"0oIo for p Sold by Dr. W.
b3own & Co.
"Deduction is the thing," declared the
law student. "For instance, yonder in
our yard is a pile of ashes. That is
evidence that we have had fires this
"And. by the way. John," broke in
his father. "you might go out and si9t
that evidence." - Louisville Courier
There', a reason for that Wee in
Voir backri'.i where it "stitches
everv time von be :1 over. turn around
or walk any distane. Ir's your kidney.
Take I)e\its Kidnev and Bladder
Pill They are unequaled for back
aie.t weak kidne'ys an-I int'matioc of
Ithe blapdor. A week's treatment 25
n-1. sold by [)r. W. l. irown.
In the garden there are a thousand
small offenders that he who tills the
soil for pleasure would willingly for
give. If it be granted that the thrush
and the blackbird steal a certain
amount of fruit, still their presence is
so beautiful and their song so sweet
that what they take may gladly be ac
corded as wages.-Country Life.
If real coffee disturbs your Stomach,
your Heart or Kidneys. then try this
clever Coffee imitation-Dr. Shoop's
Health Coffee. Dr. Shoop has closely
matched old .Java and _Mocha Cciiee in
flavor and taste. yet it has not a single
c'rain of r'ea Coffee in it Dr. Shoop's
Health Coffee [mitation is made from
pure toastcd grains or cereal1s, witfh
Malt. Nuts. etc. Made in one mixture.
No tedious long wait. You will surely
like it. Get a free sample at our store.
The Manning Grocery Co.
Not an Expert Opinion.
"He has just returned from Mexi
co. le says a 'Mexican burro., is the
most aggravatingly stubborn thing on
"He isn't married."--Houston Post.
"My husband Is really very atten
tive. Yesterday he lbouzht in a dozen
Occasional headache. belching, bad
taste in the mouth, lack of appetite and
slight nervousness are symptoms of in
digestion when allowed to go unca-rEd
for, will develop into a case o: dyspep
sia that will take along time 1o get rid
of. Don't neglect your stomach. At
the first indication of trouble take some
thing that will help it along in its work
of digesting the food you eat. Kodol
For Indigestion and Dyspepsia will do
this. Kodol will make your food do
you good and will enable you to enjoy
what you eat. Sold by Dr. W. E.
Brown & Co.
It. 0. PURDY. S. OLIVER O'1YAN.
PURDY & O'BRYA N,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
MANNING, S. C.
In the State Scholarships in SOUTH
CAROLINA MILITARY ACADEMY
to be filled by competitive examina
tions exist in Clarendon County. to
wit: Clarendon (1).
Application blanks may be ob
tained by applying to Corunty Super
intendent of Education or to COL.
C. S. GADSDEN, Chairman of Board
of Visitors, Charleston, S.. C.
These a'ppliactions carefully filled
out must be received by the Chair
man of Board of Visitors by 21st of
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Prohr e
fr Clarendon county on the 28th ui
of September, 1907, for letters of dis
harge as Guardian for John A. Mc
Clarv, formerly a M~inor.
W. D. MIcCLARY'.
Gourd in. S. C., August 27, 1907.
Notice to Creditors.
All persons having claims against the
estate William H. Reynolds. deceased.
w~ill present them duly attested, anc.
those owing said estate will make pay
ment to the undersigned qualified ad
miistator of said estate.
Pine wood, S. C.. August 17. 1907.
STATE OF 80UTH CA ROU.NA,
County of Clarendon.
IN TH-E PROB3ATE COURT.
By James M. Windham, Esq., Judge
HEREAS, Dora V. Hill made
-V suit to me. to grant her Letters
of Administration of the Estate of
and effects of J. R. Hill.
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said J. R.
Hill, deceased, that they he and
appear before mc, in the Court of
Probate. to be held at Manning ox.
the 11th day of September next, after
publication thereof, at 11 o'cloek in
the forenoon, to show cause, if any
they have, why the said adiuiistra
tion should not be granted.
Given under my hand, this 24th
day of Augast, A. D. 1907.
JAMES M. WINDHAM,
[SEAL.1 Judge of Probate.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Probate
for Clrnon County on the 7th day
of September, 1907, for letters of dis-I
charge as Guardian for Paul Hicks,
formerly a minor.
M1anning, S. C., Aug. 7. 1907.
Scott &. Smith's
South Side White's Grist Mill1.
If you want to save money it getting
your repair work done on wagons., bug
gies, and al.l kinds of vehicles, see us
beforeyou trade. We build log carts
with the gr'eatest satisfaction to the
animal. Give us a trial.
Makes Kideys and Bladder" Right
Kodol Dyspepsia Oure
Digests what you eat.
Gores Colds; Provents Pueumionla
Kennedy's La, " Honey and Tar
Cures all Cour scpels Colds from
the system by, . lug the bowels.
stos the co' -.- and heaia1Ung~s
Simply the visible sign that baby's tiny bones es.
! are not forming rapidly enough.
Lack of nourishment is the cause.
Scott's Emulsion nourishes baby's -
entire system. Stimulates and makes bone. V
Exactly what baby needs.
ALL DRUGGISTS: 50c. AND $1.00
BEST MODS. HOEST PRICES.
SOME GOOD ANP SAFE REMEDIES:
Crack Shot Chill and Fever Remedy Cures Chills
and Fever. A Cure in every Bottle. Price 25c.
Use; Laxative Fever Syrup. As Pleasant tc Take
as Fig Syrup, as good remedy as the best. Buy a
GIRLS and BOYS 5
;HOSE Boys and Girls who are Uetting
ready to io off to college will do well to
see our sjlendid lines of TRUNKS and
VALISES. We have just gotten in a large
Line of TUNKS and SUIT CASES, and are
ready to make very close prices. We will also
make special prices to the school boys and girls
on Blankets and Sheets and such other things a
girl or boy will need to furnish their rooms for
college life. i
Now, a special invitation to all. We expect
quite a large trade this fall and winter and we
are making special arrangments to meet the
wants of our trade-complete stocks in every
A large line of Men's. Ladies' and Chil
A splendid line of 'lns and Boys Cloth
Ak largre and splendid assortment of
Those who wish to furnish theI home or to
make some additions to their home comfort will
they will find a nice line of Furniture and
House Furnishing Goods.
Our Millinery Department will be filled
with the latest creations from the great centers
of fashion and it will be as usual under the
direction of Mrs. BEULAH M. DTNKCINS,.as
sisted by a competent Northern Trimmer. It
is useless for i:s to say one word in recommend
ing Mrs. Dinkins to the trade. Her undivided
attention to all who visits h'er department. and
her splendid taste and judgment of what is be
coming and suited to each person is a fact that
goes without saying and is nown by all. Our H
Millinery Department wvill be up-to-date in
every resp~ect this season.
I .E.J NINSON
IMANNING OILt MILLt GINNERY 3
wtt SWITARTIUp ON
Monday, September 2nd. :
Prices for Ginning will be the same as last
year. viz: 812 per bale for bales weighing under :
(300 pounds: $1.50 per bale for bales weighing (00
pounds and over. Bagging and Ties, 75c. per bale.
Special arrangements will be made for gin.- :
Sning long staple or Floradora cotton and full mnfor- :
m iation in regard to this will be given next week. *
We solicit your patronage and will do our
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HOW'S H IS
For wo weks nlywe oer yu te SpcialBar
gain belw. Bingus $.97 nd w wil gie yo th
copet it ssecfe i hs detieet.vz
5 lb. Stndar Grnulaed Sgarfor.... ...
:3 ls. B st W shin So a..............
24 ls. B st P tentFlou ... ........-- ---
5 ls.bet A l Hofee.... .--.
3 Bas OcagonSoa ...........-----.
4,a sA g am n ........
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1 Bx ennn' Tlcu Pwdr. ......
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For to wees ony we fferyou te Spc. Br
gain belw. Bingus $.97 nd w wil gie yo5th
competelistas peciiedin tis dveriseent, 0iz
5 lb. Stndad Grnulted uga for.........0c.
5 lbs. -best Lawnr aCh...................-. 5e
STBas Ocargan Soaer.is.for.the.enire..ist.aboean
. b. an oodPeAcEBRs........ 1c
2erhs. ny Eaote scholineState..has.had.uch
Remarkble Cawn Cutice a s few yearns.. fouar
sekn lbs. est Laund ry r bosndgilsata od
erThs Bargait offefr as fopy the entrelsabean
noBoany pcortion theSe.ofoute ecesd
~ ORANW.B5. COLEROATPEsINTUE
Qhr cholindthem State hauhdIw sech
Remarkable Growt. inpb1acina the latfwyer. ourue
eINgEPOATECUR.i annt the betshoho orby n iest bid fod
er ate t uedga e f o wing c p rso a prprt f h Ett
mad suillo e gr a ut lese one Lrgestch oedu ble-arl -
Beteofa d i iSol in othe taed shouteun achrs.e SA- o
Hampton. 5.PET '~5 Pig.esaid Bno obesl
TAe and SOUdtHr oAhOLIsadQale Administrator' othsae
Ransm Hapton deease,.tatujof aue to Nexn . Decfeas .
thvbCn perbfr e mU IUIt i c autin, 1907 th-or os
Co Nr TH Probate b heUL T atnig tMaehihsn-idro
bateguon theh11th day of September, 1oticetotCreitors
next, aftpersonblipropertyhofetfe Est1t
HEEsS, if any el ae why H lthe'the sae M ar a.eRenolds de
letesofoftedn adminisratioold loed ceshotu, ill rteen hesl at
aptn. citsted n . Th a d a n Stose ck toi bestate
droivn unde hand ua this 25hkin- mak OpymN S. Wh LdsiN, d
dedand fdtorst.fh s.D .0.aQlfid Administrator of said Estate.
Anso S a mo. WINDease , ta ofS ueM.es.D eceasd.IE
the" beand apearAbeoresteratot;