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MEET ME AT
Shaw e Collum Mer. CO.
For Bargains in Cloaks and Skirts. The shades are the
newest, the prices are less than you can buy elsewhere.
FURS. DRESS 60ODS. LINENS. LONG KID GLOVES.
We have a nice Line of Furs andI A full Line o, 3' Oune Broad Cloth 36 inch Butchers Linen. 50c. kind, 45c. Long Kid Gloves in all the popular
Scars. ric $300 o $0.0t. Tey n al aades a -'.00per regrd-6 inch ShirtwaistLinen,50c. kind, 45c. shade. The $3. kind $2.50. The $3.50
Scarfs.36 c Fresh Liner 60c. kind.5c. kind at $3. A full Line of Long Silk
mus besee tobeappecitcd lss f te avane n tesegoos. 36 inch Embroidery Linen.75c.kind 65c. Gloves in White. Black. Brown, Tan
must he seen to be appreciated. lesothadncil ee (od.M
.56 inch Cravent Cloth inl Grey and 90 inch Liaen Sheely $1.2.5 kind,.. 98c. and Grey. Also a good quality' of Short
SILKS. Brown - _1.50 per v:rd. A full Line I Kid Gloves at $1. and $1.50. in all the
Just received. a shipment of Plaids of Plaids from 1.5. to - .00 per yard. TABLE DAMASK. popular shades.
for Si.rtwaist. Get yours before they Also a fnll Line of Dress Goods in al1 SHOES.
p ~ed lsoful lne f ,J hads t matchless prices. Space will A few pieces of MNercerized. Table Da
are p: ked over. Also a mask, the $1. kind, at 75c. This is less
inch 2'afetas in Bluch, Brown, Blue. not permit us mention them all, but a than wholesale price. Mohairs to match, Agents for Hamilton Brown Shoes.
Green and Grey. These Silks are Guar- , will convince you they are match 22x23, regular price $3., now
antee- - less values. Other Table Linen at bargain prices: ways buy them.
Shaw & M ae Collm Mer. CO.,
No. 13 South Main StreetC Sumter, S. C.
N vm e 5 pExchange Your
Novamdero 10c Cotton Seed for Meal.
Also a Director R. J. Redding of the Georgia
notpemi u mntin he aibuta hawolsa E peis to tatchsys
_o__il"Cotton Seed Meal is a cheaper and more effective ferti
lesvDoings. O T when barim S
L Kid + lizer than cotton seed.'o
2k "A farmer should never use cotton seed directly as a ferti- l
Slizerw he may exchange it for a fair equivalent of meal." o S
e , Acording- to chemical analysis of each, 886 pounds of cot- + r.
JuK seed meal are about the equivalent in content of plant food, at
Clothing, the best that money can buy con- '_= ,&: o20 onso otn ed u wn otespro e
sistent wvith the demand of the present con- .0 ponso+otnse.Btown otespro e
ditions. This line we have marked down to chanical condition of the meal and its consequently greater, or *
Z+ more prompt availibility, it is safe to assume that
the very lowest possible price, and as you O y
know ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ wy bu them.av onieo h po,'1=-m:
S a n e 800 pounds of meal are the full equiva- .
when it comes to buying bargains, you may -d =: +4.
be assured of the best for the price you can + lent to one ton of seed.+
gt: inha thi vi+it. Therefore, whatever excess abova800O pounds of meal the M
Te farmer can get in exchange for a ton of seed, or by sellin . the
Z +o seed and buyig the meal, less the cost of hauling or freight
- in , is so much clear profit in comparison with using the ton of
rer s aseed directly as a ferti
It ? is very poor economy o baeA++
fo or b Director redding has proven by actual field experiments
*-.a sistet wit tarhedemandeof the pes Iet con :3 + chicicnionftemalndtsosqutygrtrr +
the' h a that the abcve statements are rigitb and by exchangin your
beare ed o tha buyt i o ei g s with us you can reaize nearly 10 per cent. profit on the +
gin. tis vicinity. Thereforelwhateveexcessbovd800p
__farmeincancantdonit.chaggeeads andosmallsheadsr by selling OIL
lag edsadltlehas llha o + sedadbuigtemeILesthLoto ,hun rfrih
foT o aeedwehe New Idea Storehat th-et abcreatstatements4 are rigt S andT Myecange or $
youine o Ith ett? ilalfetadvecr + +4
taiy cand s-t-Bghad n sml hasA N N OIL___ __ M ILL_ _____
ou ay avenotons f yur wn H E N YOU COME STATE OF SO UTH CAROUINA!
in your head, but we have it in our shelves -3 TO-W ALA County of Ciarendon,
Sfor your selection, and despite the scarcity --LL COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
of this article in the market, we sel it atN SA OO
the same old low price you were used to - SH VN AO N Samuel W. Griffin, Plaintiff
buy from us in the last ten years.agis
which is fitted up with an Joseph D. Griffin, Win. Ht. Griffin, Rich
ard M. Griflin, Lawrence Griffin,
H andy Su nd r eye to the comfort of his David Levi and Abe Levi, as Exe
en ~cstomners. cutors and Trustees of the last Will
HARCUTTING and Testament of Moses Levi, de
CE ~~We nave an assortment of Buttonless INALSYE esd eedns
edSuspenders for the single and the married, s HN ALL STYLES, Decree.
22throw away your buttons, you don't need ~ RA NGAND - UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
them when you buy one of our Buttonless S HA M POl ONG Judgment Order of the Court of Corn
Donewithmon Pleas, in the above stated action,
Suspensers. onwihneatness and to me directed, bearing date of October
dispatch.--.-.--.-.--.-. -1st. 1907, I will sell at public auction,
And now we wish you all a prosper- to the highest bidder at Clar
~usNovember and '"Remember Maine-thing A cordial invitation eandonCourt House, at Mannhg u if
that when you buy from the New Idea Store, 2::is extended. - - judicial sales, on Monday, the 2nd day
you get your money's worth and a little :2 J L EL of December, 1907, being salesday, the
ann:g ime Blck * following described real estate:
ovr :::: MninIimsBlc-"All that piece, parcel or tract 0:
-~~~ Respectfully, ::____________:___ land lying, being and situated in the
County of Clarendon and State afore
said containing eighty six and one-hall
m - by tract of land allotted by commission
VI~h~tCreek; south by lands of Mrs. R.K
iu~aTo ceckerlyBelser, and lands of Holladay, and
Sda tore, I westPbi~ nanofd
wit Pevetisi saerthatoettrn a eceased. See plat thereof made by E.
-P.oliedKRArSN atrwrd.OoFFe.Pr-J. Browne, surveyor, dated December
P. KRA NOFFe early a d e z-tge-teybrah o 10th 1906, under direction of the comn
~z: head off ths ealyolds. That's surely better. missioners in the partition case of Sam
*Preventlsae te ad od Cures NoQun uel W. Griffin vs Jos. D. Gritfin, et al.
.-' ne, no physic, nothing sickening. Nice for the Terms of sale: One half cash, balance
3 children--and thoroughly safe too. If you feel payable in one year with interest from
*..-~ h~ly.f ou meezeif yo acheaover.thnkof date of sale at seven per cent per an
"1,A ~ 11 l~,l~ll~lI~llU ~ ~re is feersn.niltorday. Herei rob chaser andsetgagebo of the ris
lisPeentcs greate e ency. o sold , it the privilege of the purcha
____________________________________________--Preventics. nston your druggists giving you ser paying all cash."
___ - - -- - --- Purchaser to pay for papers.
6 A. L. BARRON,
NOW IS THE TIME P"vntc
to visit the W. E. BROWN & CO. Phm io &Tn no
JarDOS OWD E ~ O~itiO ST~i OF SouTHn CAROL.INA Have your tinnia ng by an expe
It is complete in every department. The 2 rienced workma.lszsofpp n
County of Cla6redon. am always ready to do the right thing
WIar Path Air Shipi by those who bring me their work.
By James MI. Windham, Esq., Probate I make a specialty of doing all kinds
Judge. of soldering, such as coffee pots, ket
Nava Dx play- . . . tles, stew pans, sauce pans, dish pans,
HEREAS, Davim Levi made suit to milk pans or anything that needs re
wil iterstand instruct you. Do not fail to go at _once. For meto at him esaLettersdof Ad- pairing. I will do it in a workmanl's
boutifllyillustrated folder containing maps, descriptive mat- of JTuly Watson. soE.lrpiptu n u
ter, ltst of hotels, etc., write These aetherefore to cite and ad- your old stoves. I have had the best
W. J CAI - T. C. WHITE, monish all and singular the kindred experience with hardware men and
T assnger raffc Manger. General Passenger Agent. and creditore eoft the sbe uly will give youi satisfaction. odrltm
Wilmington, NC.appear before me, in the Courtof Pro- see it before you throw' it away.
bate, to be held at MIanning on the 29th
Atlantic Coast ELne day of November next after publication, JOHN P. BELL.
thereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
ThehehortdThrmughstartLine.hould not be Shop near Bradham's stable.
- ____-__________r Gten under my hand, this 11th day Notice of Discharge.
. . . of 1\ovember, A. D. 1907s.
'N 0[SEAL.] JAMIES 31. WINDHAM, - I will apply to the Judge of Pro
Judge of Probate. bate for Clar-endon County, on the
a 3ANK OF CLARENDON, Manning, S. C. e t ao Dcme,12,fretr
-~ - HOLLISTER'S of discharge as administrator of the
-We solicit your banking business. It is to your interest to J saeo . . Garland,as.
patronize this safe and strong bank. Fou'r years of con- e Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets esaeof . Galad dcaseAd.
tinued growth and operation without the loss of as much g: A Busy Medioine for Busy People. Administrator.
as a dollar, speaks for itself, does it not? . Brng Golden Health and Renewed Vigor. I Sardinia, S. C., November 4, 1007.
W\e want to be your bankers, if you are not already a & A specific for constipation. Indigestion. Live
customer, coeadseu bu t n elu h.~I- and hKidnev Troubles. Pimples. Eczema. Impure
-~yo are, co e and see us anho. It is never too late to .anBckheltscylontine aintb f0 E H NEIA
IntretPidonjayHoLL1stR DRoG COM.AW, SladisoD, WiS.
InerstPad n ain~gs Deposits. ODE NGES FRSALLOW PEOPLE-e:.ufcue Joopae
S ANK OF CLARENDON, Manning S. C.
- f'OR REERRERREDEierr- ae K odoI Dyspepsia Qure ILD OE-A
An old Timer.
"I guess that Tom over there Is pret
ty old," remarked the young Tomcat.
"i should say," replied the othe.
"Why, be claims that once in his youth
he actually saw a bootjack."-Phila
Near There Now.
She-They say Tom Swift is going
to the bad. He-He'll have a short
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 that disease than 'on one
else, and that is the acason why the
Rydale remedy never fails to relieve
and so often cure the troubles for which
they are recommended. Rydale's Stom
ach' Tablets, for Indigestion and Dys
pepsia; Rydale's Liver Tablets for liver
and bowels- Rydale's Tonic, for a sys
tem builder and sure cure for Chills
and Malaria; and Cough Elixir, for all
ordinary Coughs anc bronchial trouble,
are four prescriptions of the bes1
specialists and will do all that medicine
can do. W. E. Brown & Co.
Cynicus-I have been engaged to at
least a dozen girls. Silicus-Always
been unlucky in love, eh? Cynicus
Oh, I don't know. I've never marriec
any of them.-Philadelphia Record.
An African fat used for domestli
purposes is the oil of a species of bee
tle. It is like hardened cocoanut oiL
The Postmaster of Gasconade, Mo.
Daniel A. Bugh, says of DeWitt's Kid
ney and Bladder Pills, "I am doing s
well and improving so fast in health
that I cannot say too much for you
Kidney and Bladder Pills, I feel like:
new man." DeWitt's Kidney and Blad
der Pills are sold by W. E Brown 6
Why He Was Happy.
Briggs-Hudson seems to be happy
Griggs-Yes; he has little money, bu
he possesses a philosophical tempera
ment and simple tastes. Briggs-I see
He is independently poor.-Judge.
It is not your duty to so live tha
you will be satisfied with yourself, bu
to so live that your wife will be satis
fled with you.-Houston Post.
One of the best formulas use can b
made by a combination of Kerosene O:
Spirits Turpentine, Origanum, Ethe
and Ammonia. When these differe:
oils are made into an emulsion it is th
most penetrating of all liniments. El
iott's Emulsified Oil Liniment is mad
fromn the above formula and is put up i
half pint botles in yellow package an
sell for 25c. a bottle. Sold underguai
antee W. E. Brown & Co.
The Misjudged Turk.
The rural Turk at home, when no
goaded Into violence by his corrui
rulers, is the very antipodes of th
monster of popular imagination i
England. His domestic virtues are a
least equal to those of any wester
population. He is honest, industrion!
patient, gentle and of fine natural mai
When the Stomach, Heart, or Kidne
nerves get weak, then these organs a
ways fail. Don't drug the Stomach
nor stimulate the Heart or Kidney
That is simply a makeshift' Get a pra
scription known to druggists ever;
where as Dr. Shoop's Restorativi
The Restorative is prepared express1
for these weak inside nerves. D:
Shoop's Restorative--tablets or liqui
and see how guickly help will com
Free sample test sent on request by D
Shoop, Racine Wis. Your health
surely worth this simple test. W. I
Brown & Co.
Mary Knew All About it.
Little Mary's father had been teoc!
ing her to walk properly. "Walk slot
ly and turn out your toes," he admo3
While she was undergoing this teac]
ing she attended Sunday school or
day. The golden text was, "Teach a
to walk honestly." After reciting
several times the teacher asked:
"Who knows what that means?"
"I do," replied little Mary. "Wal
slowly and turn out your toes."
A tickling Cough from any cause,
quickly stopped by Dr. Shoop's Coug
Cur e. And it isso thoroughly harmlei
and safe, that Dr. Shoop tells mothei
everywhere to give it without hesitatic
even to very young babes. The wholi
somegreen leaves and tender stems o
a Inug healing mountainous shrub, fu
nish the curative properties to D
Shoop's Cough Cure. It calms tb
cough and heals the sore and isensatis
bronchial membranes no- opium, r
chloroform nothing harsh used to ii
jure or surpress. Simply a resinor
plant extract, that helps to tieal achin
lungs. The Spaniards call this shru
which the doctor uses, "The sacre
herb." demand Dr. Sqoop's take r
other. W. E. Brown & Co.
STATE OF SOUTH CAHOUINA
.County of Clarendon.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
W. P. Anderson, John Anderson
Mary Jane Hudson, Richard E
Anderson, Mary Gamble. Levini
Burgess, William Hammett, Minni
Hammett and Turner Hammett
the last two named parties, to wit
.Minnie and Turner Hammnett by T
A. Hammett, their duly appointel
Guardian, ad Litem, Plaintiffs
Estelle Fulwood, J. W. McLeod an
Mary M. Bland, Defendants.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF .
Judgment Order of the Court of Con
mon Pleas, in the above stated a<
tion, to me directed, bearing date c
October 3, 1907, I will sell at put
lie auction, to the highest bidder f0
cash, at Clarendon Court House, a
Manning, in said county, within th
legal hours for judicial sales, on Mor
day, the 2nd day of December. 1901
being salesday, the following de
scribed real estate:
"All that tract of land in Claren
don County, in said State, contain
ing two hundred and sixteen acres
bounded on the North by waters o
Black river swamp; East by lands o
Moses Levi; South by the Public roat
leading from Kingstree to Manning
and on West by lands of Sydne:
Burgess, being the tract of lan<
which was conveyed to Milton An
derson by Aaron Weinberg, by Deet
dated the (6th day of December, 1888
recorded in office of C. C. C. P. fo:
said County, in Book L. L., at pag
Purchaser to pay for papers.
E. B. GAMBLE,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
Gures Coldas Pr'ovents Pneumonia
Rring ur Joh Work to The Times office
Cures Biliousness, Sick
Headache, Sour Stom
ach, Torpid Liver and
Chronic Constipation. L
Pleasant to tale
Geo.S Hacker &Son
ZE zEE!E M~l M N -
O- - M R i'1I Co:z
Co -asam se - ea sI -:
Doors, Sash, Blinds,
Moulding and Building
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Sash Weights and Cords.
Window and Fancy Glass a SDecialty.
WE GUARANTEE THESE TAB
LETS TO CURE CHRONIC CON
STIPATION, BILIOUSNESS, TOR
PID LIVER, JAUNDICE, AND ALL
t AFFECTIONS OF THE LIVER, IN
TESTINES AND BOWELS.
50 CHOCOLATE COATED TAB
LETS IN A CONVENIENT BOX.
PRICE. 25 CENTS.
Prepared and Gnaranteed bY
THE RYDALE REMEDY CO.,
Newport News, Virginia._
Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
By James M. Windham, Esq., Pro
HEREAS, Samuel L. Hamptoi
made suit to me to grant hin
letters of administration of th,
t estate. of and effects of Ranson
These are therefore to cite an<
admonish all and singular the kin
t dred and creditors of the sai4
Ransom Hampton. deceased, tha
they be and appear before me, in th
Court of Probate, to be held at Mai
ning, on the 11th day of Septemnb e
next, after publication thereof, at 1
o'clock in the forenoon, to sho,
cause, if any they have, why th
sai adinstato should not b
LGiven under my hand this 25t]
day of August, A. D. 1907.
JAMES M. WINDHAM,
[SEAL.] Judge of Probate.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Clarendon,
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
Summons and Rule to Show Caust
John Bennet, Administrator of th
~Estate of William Bozier, deceased
Harriet Bozier, Thomas Bozier, Riel:
-ard Bozier, William Bozier, Jr.
eMartha Bozier, Mose Gibson, Hei
eter Wright, Betsey Carter, Elliot
tPierson, Morgan Pierson, Rufu
Glover, Lucy Hamilton, WVilliar
Bennet and Louis Bennet, Defend
To The Above Defendants Named a
Heirs and Distributees of the Estat
of William Bozier:
*A petition having been filed in thi
office by John Bennet, administratol
praying for an order for the sale o
the real estate oelonging to th
estate of William Bozier, in aid c
These are therefore to cite you ti
appear before me in the office c
.udge of Probate for Clarendoi
County, at Manning, on Thursday
ethe fifth day of December 1907, at 1
o'clock A. Mf., to show cause, if an:
you can, why the real estate belong
Sing to said estate should not b
ordered sold in aid of assets for th
payment of the debts of said estat
dand defraying the expenses of sai'
Given under my hand and seal thi
16th day of October, 1907.
JAMES M. WINDHAM,
rSEAL.1 Judge of Probate,
Notice of Electior
On Question as to The Issuing c
Bonds in The Sum of $30,000.00 i:
-School District No. 9.
A written petition, from one-thir<
of the resident electors of School Die
trict No. 9, and a like proportion c
jthe resident freeholders of the age o
twenty-one years, praying for ti
holding of an electing to determin
whether the said school district shal
Iissue and sell coupon bonds of sai<
District to the amount of Thirt:
Thousand ($30,000.00) Dollars for th'
purpose of erecting a school building
~and equiping the same, having bee,
presented to the undersigned Trus
-tees of said District;
fNow, in pursuance of the duty re
quired of the Trustees by the Act o:
n1907, we do hereby order an electiom
tto be held at Manning, S. C., in sai<
Sdistrit, on the 17th day of Decem
ber, 1907, on the question of whethe
such bonds shall be issued or not, ii
whih election only qualified voter
residing in said School District shal
be allowed to vote.
Polls open at S o'clock a. mn., anc
close at 4 o'clock p. m.
fIn this election production of reg
Eistration certificate and tax receipt
is absolutely necessary.
The ballot cast must have written
or printedl on it the words, '"For
1.Bonds" or "Against Bonds."
The Managers are R. D. Clark, J.
IF. Bradham and C. J. Lesesne.
A. LEVIL Chairman,
W. C. DATIS.
- Board Trustees,
- School District No. 9.
Maes Kidneys and Blaidder Right
Kodol Dyspepsia Ours
maDigetS what you eat.
fCleanses the system
thoroughly and clears
sallow complexions of
fe F * pimples and blotches.
It is J arant.
The Arant Co. Drug Store.
DEAR IN -ED
when you are out hunting Bargains in Hardware
that Dickson Hardware Co. will treat you right
We have a complete Line of Crockery, Glass and
Chinaware. all pretty designs. Also Stoves, Ranges
and Heaters of all kinds.
Guns and Rifles, Hunting Boots, Coats, Vests and Pants, Shells
with Smokeless Powder and Chilled Shot for small and large game
We now handle two brands of Paint which are the best
brands on the market. No matter what you need, come to see us
and save money.
Dickson Harware Co.
ALCOLU, S. C.
With every facility of the large
towns for handling goods, we are in.
position to offer ourselves to the trad
ing public's consideration for their
trade, and cordially invite an inspec
tion of our large stock of Dry Goods,
Notions, Shoes. Hats, Crockery, and.
Glassware, Fancy and Heavy Gro
Come to see us, we will serve.
you right, and prove to yon that we
- merit your confidence.
ALOOLU, - - - S. 0.
Bsure to inspect otr Line of Perfumery
sbefore buying elsewhere. Also a com
plete of Camphor Ices, Cream, Massages.
Don't forget us when want your:Pre
scriptions filled, or need anything in the
wdy of medicines.
Yours for Business,
THE MANNING PHARMACY
I ~ we are offering in Stoves are unprecedented. We are positive
Sly Selling our Stock of 0. K. Stoves and Ranges at -the same price 9
Sthey have been sold at for the past six years. On the eve of thead- -
vance made by the Stove manufacturers last season we bought the
.largest stock of Stores and Ranges ever brought to our market with
the intention of saving our patrons the ummost cent That we suc- ~
*ceeded our prices indicate. We now have more than twenty styles
and sizes to select from and on short notice fit any home with an up
I to-date Stove or Range at prices prevailing for the past six years.
Our Line of Heaters is the most attractive and up-to-date that
-has ever been exhibited on our floor.
We now confine our stock to staple crockery, though we have
.a few exceptional bargains in China which it will pay the house
keeper to investigate.
Our Stock of Johnson's White Granate is now complete and we
are selling it at regular import prices.
PLOWS and SMOOTHING HARROWS. Syracuse Plows
and Smoothing Harrows, che best farm implements made.
American Field Fencing.
We have now in stock the largest and best assortment of the
'abov e well known Fencing ever gotten together in our oounty. we
have all the best and mor t popular heights at the lowest possibl
FARMERS, you can double the value of your property by @
.fencing it. Come end let us- figure with you as to cost.
Very truly yours,
I MANNING HARDWARE COMPNY
TO THE TiMES OFFICE