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Bell & Reardon
Opp. Coffey & .1igby's Stable,
Before you let thle ''ont rat for th:
Turned-4 ork or L. art. :-e priee
are very reasonable when quality O:
work is considered
Our blacksmith work is up to the
standard and when You need work it
that line remember that we are just
a. accomamodlating as ever. and we are
aiways glad to see you.
The Batik oi 1111i1iig
MANNING, S. C.
Capital Stock, - S40,000
Surplus, - - 40,000
lility, - - 40,000
\ to Depositors, $120,000
THE BUSINESS flAN
of today realizes the absolute necessity
of having a bank account with a
At this Bank you will find that all
our customers are treated with courtesy
and consideration. In many ways you
will find it to your advantage to bank
A complete stock of Caskets. Coffins and Fu
neral Supplies always on hand. My hearse will
be sent to any part of the county. and calls will
be responded to by Mr. A. J. White..funeral
director and undertaker, night or day.
W. E. JENKINSON CO.
Bank of SumMlerlon,
Summerton, S. C.
CAPITAL STOCK - S25,000 00
SURPLUS.-.-.-.- - 8,000 00
LIABILITIES - - - - 25,000 00
We pay interest at the rate of
4 Per Cent.
poer annum, compounding same
RICHARD B. SMYTH,
JOHN W. LESESNE,
The County Treasurer's office will
be open for the collection of taxes
without penalty from the 15th day of
October to the 31st day of December
inclusive. (1907). The levy is as fol
lows: For State, 4j mills; county, 20
mills; for roads, i mill; for constitu
tional school, 3 mills; polls, $1. Dog
:apitation tax, 50c. Also School Dis
.ricts No. 24 special 1-mill; School
)istricts Nos. 11, 16, 17, 18 and 25 spe
ial 2 mills; Districts No~s. 2, 5, 15, 21,
7, 2S and 10, 3-mill special: Districts
~os. 7, 9, 19, 20, 22 and 26, 4-mill spe
tI; Distri-t No. 22, 5-mnill bond tax.
oad tax for 1907, S2; 1 per cent, pen
tv added for maouth of January,
2~; additional penalty of 1 per
ut. for month of February, 1908;
ditional penalty of 5 per cent. for
days in March. 1908.
L. L. W ELLS,
Notice to Creditors.
. ersons having claims against
ate of John J. Ragio. deceased,
asent them duly attested and
wing said estate will make pay
'the undersigned qualified exe
>f said estate.
JLLIA J. RAGIN,
terton. S. C.. October 21. 1907.
of Sale of
aut to an order of J. M.
m,. Judge of Probate, I will
le highest bidder, for cash.
sday the :31st day of October
1 o'clock. a. mn., at the resi
the late Mary A. Reynolds.
ounty and State, the follow
>nlal property,. to wit:
ano. one Parlor Suite, one
Calf, and one lot of House
s over Bank of Manning.
IANNING, S. C.
-IANNING, S. C.
>dmfen of the WXorld.
a fourth Monday nights al
S; A L EF
January first is coming and that means stock-taking,
and every merchant likes to have as few goods as possible
at that time. We have a large stock and we want to re
duce it, and for that reason we will offer our entire stock to
the public at a great reduction for 10 days, beginning Wed
nesday, November 13, and ending Saturday, November 23.
MEN'S SHOES. 10 00 Overcoats at.....6 38 A large Line of Ladies,' Misses' and Chil
$6 00 Stetson Shoes at .A.ew Overcoats at virtually your own dren's Furs.
5 00 Stetson Shoes at 6p Fur Neck Pieces from 83c. up to S10. Muffs
3 75 Stetson Shoes at 2.9. LADIES' CLOAKS to match.
50 Setso S~oes t 2 S I The largest assortmient of Dress Goods in the
S50 Stetsn Shoes at............... 2 Cloaks at 6
2 25 Stetson Shoes at ...... ......... 1 7 50 Cloaks at 2 county.
Men's First Quality Oil Grain Plow Shoes 1 5 10 00 Cloaks at.6 75 We can sel Iou a dress at...23c. yard
LADIES' DREW SELBY SHOES. 12 50 Cloaks at.S 7 Or we can sell you one at..98c. yard
$3 75 Quality at .... .. 2 98 15 00 Cloaks at.9 48 Prices to suit all. Come and see our line and
3 50 Quality at .................... 2 78 Misses'and Children's Cloaks from 83c. up.
3 00 Quality at ................... .. 2 25-yo wllb cnvce tht bawesyitr.
00Qaiya 5Men's $1.00 Shirts at..........5 Si 25 * ress Goods. the yard.......89c.
2 50 Quality at .................... 1 1 00 Dress Goods. the yard. .68c.
Solid Leather Shoes for Ladies, Pretty MEN'S PANTS. 75 and 65c. Dress Goods, the yard. 45c.
Style, Usual Price $1.50, goes in this $C 03 5 t 12 1-2c. Outings, the 9c.
sale at.......................Ba-. will make you open your eyes. Fruit of the Loom Bleach, the yard9..c.
A large Line of Misses', Children's and Ba- 1 ad nyt utmr
bies' Shoes to make a selection from A b'td o n, th a r.
at prices to please you.selaAculMreCotYocagewht xtaHayyrwieSeinhead7.
MEN'S OVERCOATS.yo wan an don' worry aot we will Ched Hespo. .5c.
20 00 Overcoats at....... ........ 11 00 a t t s y I y
15 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 00 Overcoatsa......... 7)I sutno is your..........t. Double68 Blaenesa of Lader, pairss and to.. il-0
Dont frgeth dae, Obrcatut virtaml yorly aden'sFusomfhs
barais. Weal ay d0Cok what.. ....... advrtie..on' bele
astayby thrsbu w0Ca t for.. .................d we5kno
At th sam oldstan, TheeB ickSoes n Cilrer' oaks fromt83c Hotp.
i4 GINNERY. GRIST MILL. SHINGLE MILL, 8
AND LATH MILL.
iii GENERAL MERCHANDISE 3
~ JURNITURE 21
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING SEASON. gp
ABLE AND PRACTICAL AT
SUMMERTON, S. C.
A% GA NS B3 R E
MANNING, S. C.
I Tlillksgvillg Edibe
Cramberry Sauce in 2 pound Tins....................--........... 30.
Malaga Raisins, Beautiful 1 pound Clusters............ ........... -- 25c.
Fancy Figs, Beautiful 1-pound Clusters.....................-....... 15c.
Fancy Golden Dates, 1-pound Clusters.................. -.--------- ......10c.
Fancy Silver Prunes per pound..................... ........---- 20c.
Fancy Regular Prunes, as to size, 15c. and .......................... 18c.
Fancy Imported Spaghetti and Macaroni, 1 pound Carton............. 2c.
Fancy Imported Swiss Cheese, per pound...... .............-...... Soc.
Fancy Pineapple Cheese, per Cheese. .. ............. -..-.----.------ 60c.
Fancy Sap Sago Cheese, per Cheese.----...-------------------------- l10.
Fancy America Cheese, 10 1-4 pound average, eacb................. ..$2.60
Fancy Fresh Almonds, Walnuts and Butternuts, per pound ............. 20e.
Fancy Maraschino Royal Ann Cherries, per bottle..................... 50c.
Fancy Seeded Raisins, Currants, Citron, Lemon Peel, Fancy Deviled
Crabs, with Shells, per Can ................-- . -- ---------. 4c
Fancy Lobsters il- 2 pound cans................ ....-----.... 30c.
Fancy Codfish in 1-pound Bricks........................------------ 15
Fancy Codfish Shredded in Tins.......... --- --. -----.. -..----. 1c
Fancy Cod fish Balls in 2-pound Tins .................--............ 20.
Fancy Shrimp. Dry Pack in 1-pound Cans..........- ...-..-.---------. C
Complete Line of Pickles, Catsups, Salad Dressings, Olives, Plain
and Stuffed, Sauees. Buckcvheat, Oatmeal. Flap Jack, Cream of
Wheat and Maple Syrup.
The Mllllllg rocey Co
COTTON AND TOBACCO.
We want your Tobacco and Cotton Money, and pay
y.ou th'e hi'ghest price for it if you deal with us. When
y.ou buy a
from us yo' don't go home with a broken bone be
cause of a breakdown. If it be our
v.ou loose no time at repair shops while your eropa
'wate in the fil.'t Comie wle-re '.u canl get the
greatest valdue for y.our moner, honest treatmett a:I]
anda liberail terms.fl Pa usti a Vi.:ii and. see( for yoursef.
Youris to serve.
W. P. HAWKINS &CO
AGAIN WE~ COME.
acre ot wth tv. i and: all necessary buildig imiprovomnents. Situated in
i th e ist w ithb .viz .d l'i.-::al. S- C-- w.ill sell ;,t :a bargain.
the mot des ra mO . re. 4x6Ji ,. l.,t 3xl-:0. in the most convenient and de
One practicaul. 5W piin. .vi. S. c. Oa-n: ha :r ood reason to sell at a
sacrifice i10 a:t.'s with al: n--eess.-ary buildin:r irnprove:nents; 2 1-2 miles c-f
3 ?tow' iar e n..-t,,-i.,h- .and t.-r: e sctionl of Clarend(.nl County.
Faedtown..i :eres with to) a--:..un-: cfl:.ivation and with all necessary
Far i oa .!a~l a . .;... sumicntt timber for all plantation purposes. This Is one
4! tuildirV " . in ~this couty. ,~Xaer has rood reason for seluing cheap.
ofri te(Ir.in~~1~1 0J acres -:30 acres c laredi. with buildin-.ns thereon. This is one of the
5 be.t'ar f~i otiered in real. estate.
-enr -f oiif to soli on easy term's any number at Lots thatt purchaser might desire
hi arie in~ b'ali ii1 resident section of Columbia. known aisCollere Place.prreiean
hntenwand b.-ute a number of resident and store lots for sale ia the rgrsiv n
We~ittU alroav um' n.~ Cit hice is known as the best truck anti one ci Ihe best tobacco
rukots i Soth Crolina. Writc or call for further partienlars regardin;g any of the above
The Clarendon Real Estate
and Fire Insurance Agency.
MANmiNa S. C. LEVI BUILDING.
Eat and Grow Fat
FRESH MEATS AT
Give us a Trial.
Clark & Huggins.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Pro
bate for Clarendon County, on the
5th day of December, 1907, for letters
of discharge as administrator of the
estate of R. B. Garland, deceased.
J. H. GARLAND,
Sardinia, S. C., November 4. 1907.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Pro
bate for Clarendon County, on the
5th day of November, 1907.for letters
of discharge as administrator of the
estate of Thomas A. Bradhaw, de
J. M. BRADIlAM,
Manning, S. C., November 4, 1,107.
Delinquent Land Sale.
Bv authority vested in me by execu
tion issued anid directed to me by L. L.
Wells, County Treasurer. I will otTer
for sale for cash the followinu, parcels
of real estate on satsday in Deceml.er
next at the Court House in Manninir at
12 o'clock M. at Ihe suit of the S-.ate
tor taxes for 190).
Sammy Swamip Aug;n-,; us. (.'ollius 12
Manning. Au;;ustus Collins 4 acres 1
Manning. Alice Moses one lot.
Harmony. Wash inston Jamnes ii acrEs
Harmony, lary lichardsoun (; acres.
Brewington, C. S. Scott ; acre.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
E. B.GA3 Bi
Sheriff Dlar<udon. Cunty.
stop& the cough andheaUsungs
The Music Critic.
At the risk of making this :n1 apology
as well as a confession I venture to
express the hope that I may some day
have the means to enjoy the best mu
sic without need of telling three hun
dred thousand or more readers why;
whether Carubonci had tears in his
voice; how Mime. Sembrich-Eam-s look
ed and acted; whether the second so
prano was off key; the basso depend
ent upon the prompter; the conductor
too fast or too slow, accoring to ac
tual stop watch and metronome: how
the lights were managed: whether the
audience was large and appreciative or
otherwise and whether the music was
good, bad, indifferent and why.-At
One of the best formulas use can be
made bv a combination of Kerosene Oil
Spirits Turpentine, Origenum. Ether
and Ammonia. When these different
oils are made into an en-alsiun it is the
most penetrating of all liniments. Ell
iott's E-mulsified Oil Liniment is made
f ron the above formula and is )ult up in
half i: bottles in yellow package and
sell for :5c. a hot tite. Sold underguar
atee W. I. Brown & Co.
Business Hours in Horoialv.
Business manners in Ionoluln lock
the strain and thurry of the mainlaud
city. The hard. white. auxious Chicago
face no in.-.! wears here. The dodging
and hurrying to go around the man in
front are never seen. The necent of life
is on men. not moneY or m-achines.
There is not mniuhe doin.: hefore 20
o'clock. :nd at 4 the safes :,re locked.
the desks are shut. and th, men who
do things re- off for a ride or a swim
or a game of tenuis. Here a man does
his business.-Cbicago News.
Free to all subscribers f "his paper
every reatder of this paper ho ha :n.V
Stroube wvith either Stoinawh or Liver.
edn get a free sample of Rveales Stom
Ih Tablets or uiver Tablets or both il
nte-ede hv writing to Rydalt. Remedy
SCo...ewpot News. Va. These twv.c
- aar Dot euae all, one in foi
stomach trouble only. the other solely
for Liver and bowel troubles. Guaran
td be W. E. Brown & Co.
Power of Imagination.
Illustrating the strange power of the
Imagination. E. F. Benson. author of
"Dodo." tells this incident: A doctor
be knew had found it necessary to give
a patient for many evenings an injec
tion of morphlhi to enable him to get
some sleep. After awhile the doctor
thought it advisable to stop the mor
phia, and for two nights his patient
was unable to sleep, owing to great
pain. On the third night the doctor,
being still unwilling to administer mor
pbia. injected plain water instead.
The man slept perfectly and awoke in
the morning with what is known as
a morphine mouth.
When you see the name Rydale in an
advertisement or on a remedy it is a
sure sign that the remedy advertised is
compounded from the prescription of a
specialist. A specialist in a certain
disease knows more about and is better
fitted to treat thit disease than unyone
else, and that is the aeason why the
Rvdale remedy never fails to relieve
and so often cure the troubles for wh ich
they at e recommended. Rydale's Ston
ach Tablets. for 1ndigestion aid I ys
pea Rvle' Liver Tablets for liver
and bowxe!s- Rvdale's Touic, for a sys
tenm bmil:er and sure cure for Chills
I and Malaria: and Cough Elixir. for all
ordina-y Conu:hs anc. bronchial trouble.
,ire four pr-e:criptions of the best.
specialists and will do all that medicine
can do. W. E. Brown & Co.
A Bit of Sarcasm.
A young man who had prolonged his
call on his sweetbeart a few nights
ago was surprised when a window In
an upper story was raised as be left
the house and the voice of the mistress
called out, "Leave an extra quart this
Lawyer-As your husband died in
testate. you will of course get a third.
Widow-Oh, I hope to get my fourth.
IUe was my third, you knOw.-TOwn
Dewitt's little early risers are thc
best Pills made. They do not gripe.
Sold by W. E. Brown & Co.
Quinsy Sore Throat.
The followirg mixture will generally
quickly bring relief in case of a quinsy
sore throat: Thirty grains of chloride
of potash, three drams of tincture
chloride of iron, four drams of glycer
in and enough distijled water to make
four ounces. The dose for an adult is
one teaspoonful every hour until re
lieved. To avoid the constipating ef
fect of the iron a good dose of some
saline laxative should be taken.-New
Mr. E. L. Mards who conducts a gen
eral merchandise business at Pope, Va.
writes: I had chill,. last June and got
down in vry bad shape. My system
was so completely run down tnat I was
scarcely able to amend to any work, I
took 3 bottles of Rydale's Tonic and felt
like a new man before I had finished
taking it. It did me more good tlan
anything I ever found and my health
was good all' ast summer. W. E. Brown
"WIit is your idea of classical mu
"Well." auswered. Mr. Cunirox. "as I
understaud it a classical piece is some
thing that Is very hard to play written
by sonie'ody whose name is very hard
to pronounce."-Washington Star.
More Than One.
Edgar-What is better than a kiss?
Emma-Don't you know your multi
plication table ?-Pick-Me-UP.
A tickling Cough froi any cause, is
quickly stoipel by Dr. Shoop's Cough
Cure. And it issu thorou:!hly harmless
and safe, that Dr. Shoop :ells mothers
everywhere to give it without hesitation
even to ver'y young babes. The whole
somegreen leaves and tender stems of
a Inug healing mountainous shrub, fur
nish the curative properties to Dr.
Shoon's Cough Cure. It calms the
cough and heals the sore and sensative
bronchial membranes no opium, no
chloroform nothing harsh used to in
jure or surpress. Simply a resinous
plant extract., that helps to teal aching
lungs. The Spaniards call this shrub
which the doctor uses, "The sacred
herb," demand Dr. Stioop's take no
other- W. E. Brown & Co.
Money to Loan.
- aai Tea iNhggets
..idicie fo Bu;: People.
li:a saj Ranewed Vigor.
- L' ti0 Wi l. lndigestion. I.ive
-.. Tr.. n:>et.' i::ples. Eczema. Impure
- Breath. Siu:ish Bowels, Headache
. u; li-h. It's Rtciy Mountain Tea in tab.
. m. 35 cents a box. Genuine made by
LISTra Drt; CouMp.-tY, Madison, Wis.
GOLDENs (JUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE
Never.posidvelynever lurluns. IfYOU
cough-even from a sipecl nyYuShould
always heal, soothe, antesse the Irritated bron
chial tubes. Don't blindly suppress It with a
stupefying poison. It's strange how.Me things
finally come about. For twenty Years Dr. Shoop
has constantly warned people not to take cough
mTxtures or prescriptions containing Opium,
Chloroform, or simiiarpoisons. And now-a little
late though-Congress says "Pat it on the label.
It poisons are in your Cough Mixture." Good I
Verygood I fterforthivmeryreesoWOthnrs.
and others, should insist on baying Dr. Shoops
Cough Cure. No poison marks on Dr. Shoop's
labels-and none in the medicine, else It must by
law be on the label. And It's not only safe, but It
is said to be by those that knowit best. a truly re
markable cough remedy. Take no chance then.
articularly withyour children. Insist on having
r. Shoop's Cough-Cure. Compare carefully the
Dr. Shoop package with others and note the
difference. No poison marks there! Yon can
always be on the safe side by demanding
W. E. BROWN & CO.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
I Digests what you eat.
Cares Colds; Prevents Pneumonia
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
Digests what you eat.
Bring your ich Work to The Times office.