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To Have The Right Goods
At The Right Prices.
Give our store a visit before buying. Our kowledge showed us the demand for Fall
would be unusually large, and our experience told us how. where and what to buy The large
sales already made justify our providing. Not only have we the Merchandise that is most
wanted. but we have it at prices which cannot be duiplicated and few can equal: These great
advantages we offer to the trade. We advise earily purchases.
See I lot of New Sample Skirts at wholesale prices. Take a look at our Line of Cloaks. The Line is
Bargins f vo canget our ize.lzrger, the styles are pretty and the: prices ar'e iigh t.
ara ou cane yCan fit vou in short or long, finished or udressed
8 Alo se ourEineof Vile andPanaa a , frm 1id Gloves, 12 and 16 Buttons in Black, Brown, Tan,
5 to S15. in Blue, Black and Brown. Garnet and White.
The Newest Thing in the Dress Goods Line. Come and inspect our Stock.
Shaw & McCollum Mercantile Company,
sumter,. S. C. South Main Street.
mmmeseMOeOes Ms:s eese
- AOur Tenth
Has just closed with
While we had big
sales and sold piles
of: goods, we still of
fer some big values. N
Come before the big
sale prices are torn
off if you want cheap
_ I NEW .
SF. W. WAGENER & COMPANY.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Wehave arranged tohandle Cto obs
We gve pecal ttetio tohandling .Staple
Cotton. viz, "Allen Seed," "Floradora" and others
~$of this grade.
NtcofDischarge. INotice to Ceios
I wll ppl totheJudge of Probate All Pe~'sons hav'rng claims against the~
forClaendn Cunt onthe 10th day estate William H. Reynolds, deceased,
of ctoer190, fr ettrsof discharge Iwill present them duly attested, and
as gardin fr OnidaV. Grimfn, Jo-- those owing said estate will make payv
sep D.GrifinandClip'r F. Grimoi, ment to the undersigned qualifica ad
hfr l iOrs. - mnsrtrof said estate.
J. R. GRIFFIN, DAVID R. LIDE,
- Guardian. Administrator.
Piewo, .C., Sept. 10, 1907. .Pinewood, S. C.. August 17. 19073.
DR. JFRANK GEIG ER. . J. A. COLE.
MANNING. S. C. IpLAna onr e om
_________ - IMANNING, S. C.
Bringur JWr Ik to+ The Time offce. Phn imne --~7
has now opened and we want
an opportunity to place. a New
Buggy or Wagon under your
shed. Buggies, Surreys, and
Harness to meet all require
ments and tastes, practical and
strong in construction, hand
some and thoroughly finished
in ever detail. The appearance
is what catches your attention,
the price ~makes them sell.
Our Harness Shop has every
style and make you want.
We expect a car of Horses
and Mules in next week and .
will have what you .want all
the season. What we want is
an opportunity to show our
stock and made prices to you,
we'll risk the result.
Yours for business,
D. M. -Bradham.
Eat and Grow Fat Notice
I will sell at Public A 'ztion to the
FRESH MEATS AT highest bidder in the Town of Man
ALL TIMES. ning, S. C., in front of the Court House.
EVERYTHING GOOD on the 17th day of October, 1907, at
TO EAT. , twelve o'clock noon all the right, title
and interest owned by Jehu Smith,
Bankrupt, at the time he was adjudi
GiVe us a Trial. cated a Bankrupt, in the following real
estate, to wit:
All those certain pieces, parcels or
Clark & Huggins. tracts of land lying and being in the
* County of Clarendon, in the State of
South Carolina, as follows:.
All that tract of land in Douglas
liMTownship, containing fifty-eight acres,
more or less, and bounded on the North
p e.IVIOULO by land of the Estate of Mrs. T. H. S.
Turbeville, on the East by a Public
Road and land of D. L. Green, South of
has one of the best lands of-.. F. Cole and of S. C. Turbe
ville, and on thbe West by lauds, of S.
C. Turbeville and estate of M rs. T. H.
Cold Storiage S ubvle
C old Also all that other certain piece or
parcel of land in Dougl-as Township,
plants in town. We are the house- containing seventy acres, more or less,
keepers delight. At our Grocery every- and bounded on the North by lands of
thing iT clean and fresh, and only the S. M. Smith, East by lands of R. M.
best goods are handled. *Green, on te South by lands ot the
P> estate of John Robinson, and on the
CANNED GOODS, COFFEES AND West by lands of S. C. Turbeville.
TEAS,Also all that other piece or tract of
TEASCAKS AN CRCK- land in Douglas Township, containina
ERS, FRUITS AND thirty-two acres, more or less, and
CONFECTIONERY, CHOICE BITT- bounded 6n the North by land of W.
TER, HAMS AND BREAK- H. Green, on the East by land of J. F.
lCole, South by land of J. F. Cole and
FAST STRIPS. D. L. Green, and West by land of es
tate of T. H. S. Turbeville.
Everthig tat i hadle in Fist- Also all that other piceri piecel of
clas rocry I ismyobecttoplaselacontaining enty acres, and rles
and I nvite our paronan bounded on the North by lands of h
Psonag. onith East by lands of .M
H.en S. tele South by land of the
LLGradWest by lands of S.CTureil.H
Also all that oterlan picotactiof
The Baik of I~alin hirty-t andcesl areor a ess.ond
No rhn nth East by land of J.eF.
Smit, South by Pland oadF.Cl ands
MANNNGS. . Ibytan of . .C. Turbeville.
Everthig tat i hadle in Fist-Also all that other tract or lardco
capita toc k -ti my 4bjet0t0plas tan, conetaindre n twenty fivean
and I invite yourres, morroonless bounded on the Nrhb ad fJh
Surplus,- 40,000 ioth band ofn Grove Churchn and
Stocholers Li- 1Eliasoae, on the East by land of J.
P B M orlzo11 ard . T Coker' a**J'nd Jo
ley - L 0,0 Wheeer ond theSoth by ndsGfmT.lH
.-s and Pudnha mp, oland Wetinin
Tota l 'tcto - Pudinot amp Eand-b lands of A.eh.
MANIN, . . ySad pope is. to Tubevileyesb
~PR~DWT ectso all mtag othrrc ohe landcon
baces more urcaers oded orh
Supls T 000Nrte for land of . J. BddiKan
-.Berd.RW er doe
/iiy -/-ef0,000 yWhe let the otracy H.r habt
---and Puddin orwampCat. OuWpesb
Tota Prtec10nPuain Swamp rasnbl whn. quait A.of
A LITLE TALK wr scniee oki pt h
with ourv President or Cashier will soonstdadrdwhnyuedwoki
coIvinlce you of the advisability oftatln embrhtwerejs
branes. he prchaertondayefr
I~niuzwihu. lay la osee
and onnctins f tis Opkp.sre offey to Lob'sSan.e
safe and Beforetbyourletathe contfractjforthat
CuesCodl rOO~SPn nas accommodtn a ranTer
Nicolo Machiavelli, from whose sur
name has been coined a synonym for
treacherous craft. was a writer of
nervous and concise Italian. He took
high rank as a dramatist, his comedy
of "Mandragola" being pronounced in
ferior only to the work of Voltaire.
Leo X. admired it so much that he
had it played before him in Rome.
His book on the "Art of War" won the
praise of 90 competent a judge as
Frederick the Great of Prussia. is
policy in statesmanship embodied in
his work "The Prince" was the direct
antithesis of Washington's sentiment
that "honesty is the best policy."
"Your sentence is to be suspended."
began the merciful judge.
"Great Scott, Jedge," exclaimed the
prisoner, "ef I'd knowed chicken steal
ing was a hanging ofense I w-uldn't
have stole."-PhiIadphi.a Ledger.
Thomas A. Edison, the great Ameri
can inventor, says "Fully eighty per
cent of the illness of mankind comes
from eating improper food or too mach
oo& people are inclined to over-in
dulge themselves." This is where in
digestion finds its begining in nearly
every case. The stomach can do just
so much work and no more, and when,
you overload it, or when yoti eat the
wrong kind of food, the digestive or
gans cannot possibly do the work de
manded of them. It is at such times
that the stomach needs help: it demands
help, and warns you by headacbes. bel
ching, sofr stomach, nausea and indi
tion. You should attend to this at
'ce by taking something that will act
ually do the work for the stomach.
Kodol will do this. It is a combination
of natual digestlnts and vegetable acids
and contains the same juices found in a
healthy stomach. It is pleasant to take.
Sold by W. E. Brown & Co.
Prior to the year 258, which witness
ed its invasion by the Scoti, a tribe
who inhabited the northern portions of
the country now known as Ireland,
Scotland bore the name of- Caoedonia,
literally the hilly country of the Caels,
or Gaels. The word cael, or gael, is a
corruption of Gadhel. signifying'in the
native tongue 'a hidden rover," while
Scot, derived from the native sculte,
means practically the same thing--. e.,
a wanderer. The Caledonians were the
inhabitants of the highlands, the ter
mination dun expressing the Celtic for
hill, fort, stronghold. The Scots were
the invaders from Scotia, who appro
priated the Hebrides and western is
lands, -hereas the lowlanders ;were
the PicI!,so calld from their descrip
tion by the Romans, picti, painted men.
-"Names and Their Meaning?".
To check a cold qdickly, get from
your druggist some little Candy Cold
Tablets called prevent-cs. Druggists
everywhere are now dispensing Pre
ventics, for they are not only safe, but
decidedly certain and prompt. Preven
tics contain 'o- Quinine, no laxative,
nothing harsh nor sickening. Taken
at the "sneeze stage" Preventic will
prevent Pneumonig. Bronchitis, La
grippe, etc. Beneathe name, Preven
tic. Good for feverish children 48 Pre
ventic 25 cents. Trial Boxes 5 ets.
Sold by W. E. Brown & Co.
SNero and His Voice.
In an interes~tinig papier M1. Moure
and M. Bouyer relate the extraordinary
care which the Emipercr Nero took of
his voice. At night Nero lay on his
back, with a thin plate of lead on his
stomach. He abstained from fruits
and ali dishes which could hurt his
voice. In order not -:d damage the
purity of its sound he ceased haran
guing the soldiers and x~hc senate. Hie
attached to his service an officer spe
cially deputed to take care of his voice.
He talked only in the presence of this
singular official, who warned him when
he spoke too loudly or forced his voice,
and if the emperor, carried away by
some sudden fit of passion, did not lis
ten to his remonstrances It was his
duty to stop his mouth with a napkin.
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 not only 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, etc. Hence the name, Preven
tics. Good for feverish children, 48
Preventics 25 cents. Trial Boxes 5 cts.
Sold by Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.
A Cold Turnclown.
- "Bridget." Mrs. Housekeep called
down to her servant, "I see Mrs. Gad
dis coming across the street. Run out
and turn that door mat upside down."
"Which one, ma'am ?",asked Bridget
"The one that has 'Welcome' on it."
Tommy-Does it make any difference
I baby takes all his medicine at once?
Baby's mother.-(in horror)-Good heav
ens! Of acourse it dloes! Tommy--But
it hasn't made any difference.-P'unch.
No protecting deities are wanted if
there is prudence.-Juvenal.
If real coffee disturbs your Stomach,
your Heart or Kidneys, then try this
this clever Coffee imitation-Dr. Shoops
Health Coffee. Dr. Shoop has closely
matched old Java and Mocha Coffee in
flavor taste, yet it has not a single grain
of real Coffee in it. Dr. Shoop's Health
Coffee Imitation is made from pure toas
ted grains or cereals, with Malt, Nuts,
etc. Made in one minute. No tedious
long wait. You will surely like it. Get
a free sample at our store. The Man
Stop That Cold
To heck early colds or Grippe with "Preventics"
means sure defeat for Pneumonia. To stoD a cold
with Preventics is safer than so let it run and be
obliged to cure it after"eard~e To be sure. Pre
ventis will curs even a :r - seated cold, but
taken early-at the sneo .;-they break, or
head oft these earlycol bat's surely better.
Thats why they are calleu: -.-ventics.
Preventicsare little Candy Cold Cures. No'Quin
ie no physic. nothing sickening. Nice for the
children-and thoroughly saf B too. If you feel
chlly.If you sneeze.iflyon ache all over, think of
Preventis. Promuptness may also save half your
usual sickness. And don't forget your child. If
there is feverishness. nightor day. Herein prob
ably lies Preventica' greatest efficiency. Sold in
5c boxes for the pocket, also in 25c boxes of 4s
Preventcs. Insist on your druggists giving you
W. E. BROWN & Co.
Cures Biliousness, Sick
Headache, Sour Stom
ach, Torpid Liver and
Pleasant to take
Do You Want
THEN COME- OR SEND TO US.
We have the best equipped Tailor
ing Establishment in the State.
High. Art Clothinf
solely and we carry the best line of
Hats and Gent's Furnishings in the
Ask your most prominent men who
we are, and they will commend you
I L, DAVID & BRO,,
Cor. King & Wentworth Sts.,
CHARLESTON, - S. C.
OoolSi Hacker &Son
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dre and ceditorhand this s5th
aom amput, dece1907.ha
Court Jdg of Probate. t ehl tMn
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The Arant Co. Drug Store.
We desire our many business friends who read The Times
to look out for our Real Estate and Fire Insurance ad. next week,
as it will contain some of the very best-investment opportunities
ever offered in this section. Oursystem of doing business is the'
very best, and we desire those interested in Land. Timber, also
Fire, Life, Health, Accident, Plate-Glass and Live Stock Insur
ance, and Surety Bonds, to call on us as our Agency is under ex
pert management. You cannot make a mistake in plaping your
business with us. Call and let us show you how and why we do
such a volume of business.
The Clarendon Real Estate
and Fire InsluracI ge y
MANNING. S. C. LEVI BUILDINO.
rt~h ?Reeoffetiio dfQualit
Remains Long After du
Price is F ovW!
- What do yam expc of "
a rightly forme handle that cim t
I work loose or come off- face you cannot
the true hang and balance for straightdrivingthen
you must get a hamme on which thisie appem
No naoe what kindof oat ste
sggfies 'that every re iq a w.r -
vice will'be met.
Keen Kutter Tools incldeoto :1CarpeterT6Okl s
ofal- kin but also &S Shovels oes
Malnureng- Prn gand
kinds of Farm and Garden tools. ach the
bast of its kind and is guaranteed.
Dickson Harwa o
F. P. ERVIN. W. KOGER McINTOSE - W.
The very hghest r~n
polite attention isba
W. KOGER McINTOSH, Manager.
SDEERING MOWERS AND RAES
FARMERS: Th'e heavy rains of AMgust have in
sured line hay crop, this as you well- know is. becoming
~ each year more valuable and in'consequ ence the necessityi
Sof saving it greater, in' order to do this economically yet
must use machinery, now when you-buy r machinei-y, "do
- not fail to buy the best." There are -several Mowing Ma
Schines that are. recogiized as standard, we have selected~
from these and are sellinig tihe "Deering Ideal MowerK '
.9 Our reasons for handling this Mower are many, among,
Swhich are: - Because it is the strongest made and owirig
to it being evenly balanced is as. light- in 'draft as .mariy
amachines of less weight. These-are the moat importat,
~but we are prepared to show our machines point for point
Sagainst anything made. "We are soiry to say that they "
Sare made by the trust, we will selitbd 11rst machine that
we.can find that is not made by the trust, when we are
Sconvinced that it is as good as oui- Ideal Deering Mower."7
.3We keep a full stock of repairs at all times. The.
* Deering Rake sold with Ideal Mowers has the advantage ~
:of simplicity of operation, any boy can work one aftera
-$ short trial who can drive a horse. It is. made solidly of
In connection with hay-saving- machinery, every
farmer or community' should :have' a Hay Press. With
this in view we have placed on the market the Red - Rip-.
- per Hay Press. We have this press now i stock, the~'
-press is set up ready for use so that any oge.cati see how.
Ssimple and rapidly the operatiei of . .baling -can be car
ried on. ....
.a This is the ideal way of storing hay. .Buy a press
Sand bale your hay, in this shape it is not only more econ
9 omically stored. but will keep better and fresher and
.9 make better feed than if. stacked iii- the open or housed ~
Sloose in barns.
Let us show you this press, if you are not con
Svinced that it is the best and easiest press operated on
the market we will not ask you to invest yourmoneyjin it.
- Very truly yours. -
1VIANNING H ARDWARE COMPANY
4J OB W OR K~
TO THE TIMES OFFICE3