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\NIAN-NING. S. C., JAN. 29, 190-S.
Publishes All County and Town Of
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MUST be in
this oflfce bv Saturday Noon in order to
insure !ublication the following week.
For Sale For The Cash.
We had to take in on debt.
: fine Milk Cows and Calves. A
lot of Drv Cows and Yearlings. One
fine Ox tiat will weigh 1000 pounds.
Five head of Mules and 4 head of
Horses and lot of Buggies and
Wagons also some good 2 horse
Wagons. Will sell all the above for
Some very fine Milk Cows.
Will also sell for the cash 500 fine
Overcoats from $3.50 to $15.00.
Ladies Long Jackets from S5. to
Ladies Short Jackets from $1 to $3
1000 Mens fine Suits of Clothes from
S5 to S15.
500 childrens Knee Suits from $1.19
to $5 per Suit.
1000 pair of Kuee Pants from 25c
to $1.00 per pair.
1000 Mens Pants from $1.19, for a
nice all all Wool Pant to $6.50 for
the best in the store.
Will sell for the C A S H.
W. E. JENKINSON CO.
Mr. J. W. Odiorne of Anderson is
visiting in Manning.
Court will open on February 10th. a
week from next Monday.
Mr. C. R. Harvin, Jr., of North Car
olina is in Manning on a visit.
Miss Margaret Penland, of Asheville,
N. C., is visiting Mrs. Sudie Davis.
The 5 and 10 cents store has been
closed under distress for past due rent.
Nine recent converts were immersed
in the Baptist church last Sunday
Mrs. Bessie W. Mayes, of Mayesville,
has been a guest of Mr. A. Loryea's
family during the past week.
Miss Gussie Appelt left last Sunday
night for Charleston, where she goes
to take a special course in music.
The State Supreme Court yesterday
declared valid the recent election to
establish the new county of Calhoun.
Rev. R. / . Sublett and family have
moved from Summercon to Greenville,
which place he will make his future
Mrs. L. K. Howle returned home
Yesterday from Darlington. where she
went last week to attend the funeral
of her brother.
Mr. 0. W. McRoy has been engaged
during the past week in doing some
much needed repair work on the Man
ning Hotel building.
The W. C. T. U. will hold the regu
lar monthly business meeting Monday
afternoon, February 3, at the home of
Mrs. A. R. Woodson at 4 o'clock.
It depends upon the pill you take,De
Witt's Little Early Risers are the best
pills known for constipation and sick
headaches. Sold by W. E. Brown & Co.
M~r. T. Mitchell Wells, of Manning.
and Miss Alice E. Hurt, of Greensboro,
Ga., were married at 10 o'clock yester
day morning. The hapny couple, are
ex'pected to arrive in Manning tonight.
When you want the best. get DeWitt's
Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve. Tt is
good for little or big cuts, boils or bru
ises, and is especially recommended for
piles. Sold by W. E. Brown & Co.
The court of general sessions will
convene at this place on Monday, Feb
ruary 10th, and not on the 3rd as erro
neously stated last week. Judge C. G.
Dantzler of Orangeburg will preside.
1t is officially announced'*that a new
rural free delivery route has been.
established at Turbeville, in Clarendon
county, to be known as rute No. 1. It
will be 20.4 miles long and will serve
The store of McLoed-Wilkin-King
Co. is closed, proceedings in involun
tary bankruptcy having been instituted.
No'schedules have yet been made out,
and therefore nothing is known as to
the amount of resources and liabilities.
Builds up waste tissue, promotes ap
petite, improves .digestion, induces re
freshing sleep, gives renewed strength
and health,thats what Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea does. 35c. Tea or Tablet.
Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.
The time for paying the commuta
tion road tax of two dollars will expire
next Saturday, February 1st. After
that day all persons liable to perform
road duty, and who have not paid the
commutation tax, will have to do the
That's the house the Doctor built,
The biggest house you see;
Thank goodness he don't get our money,
For we take Hollister's Rocky Moun
tain tea. Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.
The printing office of the Eampton
Guardian, together with several other
buildings was destroyed by firo last
Monday. Brother McSweeney has our
sincere sympathy, but we feel assured
the Guardian will appear again soon in
That is a pretty good sporting story
our correspondent tells this week about
one pack of hounds running down a
deer in the morning and a fox in the
afternoon of the same day. And the fox
still lives in freedom to run another
race with the dogs some day.
Posesses wenderful medicinal power
over the human body, removing all dis
orderes 1mrm your system, is what Hol
lister's Rocky Mountain Tea will do.
Makes you well, keeps you well. 35c.,
Tea or Tablets. Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.
Mr. S. P. Holladay, our County
Superintendent of Education, who has
been on the sick list for nearly two
months, is not improving rapidly.
While he is missed very much, the
work of his office is being carried on
very efficiently by Miss Blanche
Strange with the assistance of Mr.
S. J. Bowman.
Mr. Morgan L. McKoon, of New
York State, will lecture in the Baptist
church Tuesday evening, February 4,
at 8 o'clock. His subject will be "The
Great Temperance Movement in the
North." We hear -so much these days
about the South going "dry" it will be
interesting to hear something of what
the North is doing aiong prohibition
How to beat an undertaker: Cough
and coughing end in Coffin. Cure the
cough, stop the coughin, and let under
taker keep his Coffin. li~ydale's Cough
Elixir is the best and surest way of ac
comlishing this result. Best because
it contains the best remedies known tc
aid nature to cure a cough. Surest. be
cause it positively does not contain opi
ates or harmful drugs of any kind.
Guaranteed under the Pure Food and
n,.ug Law Dr. W E. Brown & ca.
tor of elocution at Columbia Female
College. will give a recital at hnstitite
Hall on Friday night, Jan. 21. ait :30,
under the auspiees of the K. of I.
lodge. The entertainment will be
interspersed with selections of music
froin some of our best0 local talent.
Tickets on sale at W. M. Turner Co.'s.
shoe store. Reserved seats, 50c.: gen
eral admission, 3~c.
A Ineetiniz of the Cotton Growers'
Association is called for Saturday. Feb.
I. An invitation is extended to the
stockholders and board or di rector; of
,he Manning Cotton Warehouse Co. to
meet wit' the association. State Prets
ident E. D. Smith is exect-ad to ad
dress the meeting. All who desire to
contribute to the support of the associ
ation will please forward same to M r.
Joseph Sprott. treasurer.
The Rt. Rev. Alex Guerry. ). D..
Bishop-Coadjutor of the Diocese of
South Carolina. will make an oiicial
visit to St. Matthias church. Suninier
ton. on Tuesday morning, Feb. 4th.
Bishop Guerry will administer the rite
of confirmation on a class at the ser
vices, which begins at 11 o'clock. He
is a native of this county and numbers
his relatives and friends by the score.
A cordial invitation is extended to all.
KODOL for Dyspepsia and Indiges
tion is the result of a scientilie combi
nation of natural digestants with vege
table acids and contains the same .ui
ces found in a healthy stomach. It is
the best remedy known to-day for dys
pepsia and indigestion and all troubles
arising from a disordered stomach.
Take KODOL to-day, it is pleasant,
prompt and thorough. Sold by W. E.
Brown & Co.
Our readers will not fail to see the
big ad of W. E. Jenkinson Co.'s crush
ing reduction sale, which commenced
at 10 o'clock this morning. The entire
stock in all departments has been put
in the hands of the American Sales Co.
and the greatly reduced prices named
in the ad. afford an indication of what
is going to be done during the next ten
days. The crowds that attend the sale
will indicate still more. But. you had
better not stand by to watch the
crowds; just join the procession and
secure some of the thousands of bar
gains that are offered.
Mr. D. M. Bradham lost four valu
able mules last Monday morning by
their being caught on the railroad
track by a freight train. A bunch of
seven mules got out of the lot at Brad
hamville on account of the high wind
Sunday night blowing a s'etion of the
fence down. They wandered on to the
railroad track in time to meet a freight
train, with the rEsult that the finest
mule in the bunch was killed out
right and three others were fatally
injured. The wonder is that the train
was not wrecked, as the mule that was
killed on the track weighed 1,400
pounds. The value of the four mules
was about $1,000.
A tickling Cough from any cause, is
quickly stopped by Dr. Shoop's Cough
Cure. And it isso thoroughly harmless
and safe, that Dr. Shoon tells mothers
everywhere to give it without hesitation
even to very young babes. The whole
some green leaves and tender stems of
a Inug healing mountainous shrub, fur
nish the curative properties to Dr.
Shoop'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
dant extract that helps to heal aching
lungs. The Spaniards call this shrub
which the doctor uses, "The sacred
herb," demand Dr. Shoop's, take no
other. W- E. Brown & Co.
The postmaster at Manning desires
to call attention to the pactice of some
patrons of rural delivery of olacing
loose coins in their boxes each time
they desire to dispatch letters instead
of suplying themselves with postage in
advance of their needs. This practice
imposes undue hardship on rural car
riers in removing loose coins from
boxes and delays them in the service
of their route. The postmaster, there
fore, urgently requests rhat patrons of
rural delivery provid" chemselves and
keep on hand a st.ppy of stamps con
sistent with and in advance of their
needs. It is also very desirable that
rural patrons place in their mail boxes
small detachable cups of wood or tin in
which to place coins, when necessary,
in purchasing supplies of stamps.
ITCH cured in 30 minutes by Wool
ford's Sanitary Lotion. Never fails.
Sold by WV. E. Brown & Co.
Tom McIntosh in the Toils.
Train No. 42 on the Atlantic Coast
Line railroad last Wednesday morning
ran up against a white man sitting on
the end of a crosstie, near Brogdon,
and knocked him off, breaking his
right arm near the elbow and inflicting
some bruises on his right side. He was
picked up and brought on to Mlanning
and put under the care of Dr. WV M
Brockinton, the railroad surgeon. The
man gave his name as Jim McIntosh,
but he was soon identified as Tom Mc
Intosh, who was charged by the coro
ner's jury as being responsible for the
death of one Shade Nichols. his broth
er-in-law, who died from gunshot
wounds inflicted at the home of Ben
Hodge on Christmas Eve sixteen years
ago. The general circumstances are
remembered by a number of citizens,
but efforts to find the record of the cor
oner's inquest have so far pr-oved un
successful. It is recalled that there
was an all round drinking spree going
on when the shooting occurred, and
that in whis ante-mortem statement
Nichols asserted that McIntosh shot
him. On the other hand Hodge, who
was himself wounded in the fracas,
claimed that all the shootinz done was
between himself and Nichols. and that
at the time McIntosh was drunk and
asleen. Hodge also says there was no
drinking spree; that McIntosh was
drunk and asleep and that Nichols came
there in an intoxicated condition and
commenced shooting, when he shot
Nichols, inflicting mortal wounds from
which he died.
Both McIntosh and Nichois married
daughters of Ben Hodge, and it was
thought that Hodge in his testimony
was endeavoring to shield McIntosh.
At any rate the coroner's jury gave
credence to the dying statenment of
Nichols, and returned a verdict that he
came to his death at the hands of Mc
Intosh. The coroner issued a warrant
for McIntosh's arrest. but he made his
escape and was never apprehended
until the locomotive, caught him last
It is douibtful if sufficient evidence
can now be produced to convict Mc
Intosh if brought to trial, but he is be
ing held under a new warrant sworn
out by Sheriff Gamble. The latest rec
port is that McIntosh is getting along
very well, though for a while it was
feared that his injured arm might
have to be amputated.
CATARRH CURED AT HOME
Trial Treatment of Dr. osser's Catarrh
Remedy Free to Sufferers.
II you have catarrh of the nose. throat. er
lungt5. if yon are' conistantiv spitti.f* bioping~
the nosex have stopped up) ieeling. head noa'.
you can eure yourself at hou'' iby a rem-dy st.
imple that even a child camn us-e it.
It will cost you only a postal crd to ta
libral free trial packaireofD. i sr'
wonderful remedy. It is sent 9y 'mail to 'very
interested suierer. Certinaly, o ':t col be
The full treatment as nt expeni ve. .\pc
are containinr enough to Ias' *one n hole r'mut
will bc sent by miail for $1.00n.
A postal card witt your ""mi an-ud adres.
set: to H. R. BOG ER. Manng S. C. w!!brn
on by return mail the free trial treatment andn
ant nieresting; booklet, so that you ca at~ onet
Masonic Annual Sapper.
St. l'eter's Lodge. No. 54. A. F. M.,
had a special conmnuication last Thuris
day night for the purpose of conferring
the 3rd degree on a class of four car.
didates. and lcidentally to partake of
the cuitoimary annual supper. Grand
Master Janes S. Mlichie, of Spartan
burg, was present by invitation, and
presided at the lodge meeting. Quite a
number of visiting brethren were pres
ent., inluding members of the lodge at
Suimrton. Foreston and Beulah. and
I w1iere very much pleased witn the
work of the evening.
A t, S:: p. Im.. the louge adjourned
from Labor to refreshment,. repairing to
a larC upper room where an abundant
feast had been prepared under the
direction of Mr. F. L. Wolfe. The
printed meun was somnething decidedly
unique. and was as pleasing in design
as the fare was gastronowically. Only
a limited time could be given to the
"feast of reason and flow of soul," etc..
but that time was weii improved by
"the man that went to the Capital city
by himself." and several others. In
the midst of this feature a beautiful
Past Master's jewel that had been
voted to Captain W. C. Davis by the
lodge in token of anpreciation of his
services as Master for four years was
formaliy presented by Grand Master
Michie. It was received with an appro
priate response by Captain Davis. A
numuer of invited guests were present
at the banquet, including Rev. A. R.-t
Woodson, Rev. ). A. Philips and Rev.
C. A. Waters, and it is barely possible
that the preseuce of these had a re
straining influence on the wonted levity
of some of the brethren. A pleasing
novelty was the rendition of several
numbers by a picked vocal quartette
while the supper was in progress Alto
gether a most delightful evening was
spent by the Mason's and ther invited
friends, and this affords a meagre in
dication of why St. Peter's Lodge is in
such a flourishing condition.
Senator Appelt spent Monday in
Manning tor the purpose of ascertain
ing as near as possible the county's
iinancial condition. and he was amazed
to learn that there is a deficit of about
512,000. of which amount about $3,700
is that note due the Good Roads Ma
chinery Company, aud said company is
threatening suit. He spent several
hours in the -:ourt house, and his inves
tigatious resulted as follows: Estimat
ed indebtedness A27,S84.06, income from
all sources to Jan. 1, 1908. $16,027.52,
balance indebtedness owed by county
11,836.54. There will be collected by
Treasurer about 84,000, which will re
duce the above to an actual county de
ficit of about 88,000. Something must
be done, Just what is hard to say, as
the Representatives are not willing to
increase the levy. In order to relieve
this condition without making any ap
preciable raise in the levy the Senator
says a bond issue may be necessary, and
if it does the amount should be sufficient
to put the county upon a cash basis.
The investigation also shows that
there is lying idle in the county treas
ury 86,539.17 surplus money belonging
to the schools. This money is not need
ed for the scheols and therefore is do
ing nobody any good. It is deposited
in the bank, but is subject to check,
and therefore not bearing interest. If
this surplus school money can be util
ized in relieving the general debts of
the county it, will be a great help, but
it being school funds. collected for that
specific purpose, it is doubtful if it can
be otherwise used. The present con
dition of our county is worrying Sena
toe Appelt as he takes pride in keeping
the tax levy from being raised, and
necessity only will force him to consent
to a raise.
The Miessrs Olivers have a pack 0f
fox hounds that are noted for be
ing the fastest running dogs in this
whole section, and perhaps have no
superiors in the State. and on Wednes
day they gave a new demonstration of
their speed and endurance. A party
consisting of Messrs. S. P. and J. M1
Oliver, John Brooks and Rev. R. L.
Grier. went to Mr. Rutledge Rich
bourg's on Santee for a deer drive.
The standers were placed and the
dogs put out about 7:30 a. m. In a short
while a deer was started, but instead
of going to the swamp as expected, he
lit out for Jordan. The dogs were soon
out of hearing, but John Brooks. on his
old grav mule. followed hard and fast,
througlh bog and brier. through field
and over fence. After a four-hour chase
the dogs brought the deer down in an
open field and had him killed when
1r. Brooks arrived.
The deer was a yearling bock, an~d
not a shot was fired at him. The feat is
more remarkable. as this was the first
deer the dogs had ever chased. Only
three dogs were in at the finish, the
others having been left far behind.
After a splendid dinner at Mr. Rich
boung's the party decided to try a short
drive that afternoon. No deer was
started, but about 4 o'clock the dogs
routed a fox, and after a rapid chase,
lasting one hour and ten minutes, they
put the old fellow up a tree, where we
left him to furnish sport for another
Let the man who has a better pack
than this come forward with his story.
SONE OF~ THE PARTY.
A beutiful lot of Bujfgies just in at
Coffey & Rigby's.
Get your Onion Setts and Garden
Seeds where the best are kept. The
Manniug Grocery Co.
Coffey & Rigby have just received a
car load of the best Horses and Mules
ever shipped to this market.
If you are in need of a Horse, Mule,
Buggy, Wagon or Harness it will pay
you to visit Coliey & Rigbv's stables.
Boneless Breakfast Bacon 16c lb;
Sugar Cured Hams 134c lb; Picnie
Hams 10c lb. All prime, standard
brands. The MJanning Grocery Co.
For Rent-A farm of about fifty acres
planting land with comfortable dwell
ing and outhouses, about four miles east
of Manning. J. T. Stuk-es.
Red Bliss Triump~h and Irish Cobbler
Seed Potatoes (the genuine Aroostook
couty. Maine stock) 50e peck at Man
ning Grocery Co.
Buy vonur Horses, Mules, Buggies,
Wagons and Harness from Coffey &
Rigy. Everything guaranteed to be
as represented or money refunded.
Empress Blend Tea at 60e lb is posi
tiely the best value obtainable. Fine
body, rich color and delightful lavor.
The Manning Grocery C2o.
Come soon in order that you may get
a good selection if you want anything
in our line. Nice Saddle and Driving
Horses and a good supply of fine Mules.
Coffey & Rigby.
Notice is hereby given that the
books are now ooen for the registration
of voters in the coming municipal elec
tion to be heid in A pril. 1908. Mr. .
Y. Jackson has been appointed Super
visor of Registration. [tf
ID. \i. B3RaDrA.M. Mayor'.
I E. .J. Baiowsi: CI ler k.
NOTICE OF DISCHARGE.
I will apply' to the Judge of Pro
bate for Clarendoni county, on the
7th, day of February 1908, .for let
ters of discharge as adminmstratrix
o' the estate of 1. .J. Tomilinson, de
eca~ed. E. V. 'Totmlinson,
Workman, S.C., A dminstratrix.
.IJnnary 6th. 1908.
District of South Carolina.
In the matter of Joseph Shaleuhy
and Thomas Shalenhv, Copartners
as Shaleuhv Bros . 3ankrupts
Notice is hereby given that on the
26th day of Jantuary, 190S, the said
firm of Shalenhy Bros. was duly ad
judicated bank'rupt; and that the
first meeting of creditors will he
held at my office in the city of Sum
ter, S. C., on the 6ith day of February,
190,84, at 11 o'clock a. in., which time
the said creditors may attend, prove
their claims, appoint a Trustee, ex
amine the bankrupt and transact
such other business as may properly
come before the meetin.
I. C. STRAUSS,
K. H. -)EN LssXON. e. c. HOiTOS.
FIRE AND TORNADO
IN SU R A N C E
ro Farmers Without Insurance:
Do not stand in your own light by
aking the risk of losing your home
tnd contents in a few minutes by the
Think of it, you can carry with us
1,000 for 12 months for the small cost
,an You Afford to Take the Risk?
If it is Written by Jenkinson &
Horton It Is Written Right."
Your Insurance- "If it's written by
enkinson & Horton it's written right."
R egular ?
if you are not, it is a sign of
disease, a sign of some hidden
female trouble, that way be under
mining and weakening your con
stitution, and laying up for you
much future suffering.
Many thousands of weak, i&
regular, suffering women have, in
the past 50 years, been greatly
benefited or cured by the use of
that well-known, successful, purely
vegetable, female tonic and cura
Apple G. Barnes, of Alto, Tex.,
writes: "I caught cold, which
made me irregular and gave me
p pains in my shoulders and sides.
F Ir almost 2 weeks I could not
a chair. Cardui brought me
dI right again; I have no more
p~ ains and am in very good
W~RITiE FOR FREE ADVICE,
3:tn ge and describing symnp
'as, to Ladics Advisory Dept.,
'TeChaittanooga. Medicine Co.,.
Chattanooga, Tenn. E 34
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN\ THE PROBATE COURT.
John Bennett, Administrator of the
Estate of William Bozier, de
Harriot Bozier, Thomas Bozier, Rich
ard Bozier, Wmn, Bozier, Jr.,
Martha Bozier, Mose Gibson,
Hester Wright, Betsey Carter,
Elliott Pierson, Morgan Pierson,
Rufus Glover, Lucy Hamilton,
Win. Bennett, and Louis Ben
By virtue of an order heretofore
filed in this court, 1 will sell to the
highest bidder for cash, at the court
house, in Manning, on Monday, the
:3rd day of~ February, 1908, at 11
o'clock, the following described real
estate, in aid of assets:
"All that piece, parcel or tract of
land, situate in Clarendon County,
South Carolina, near Santee Swamp,
known as the Wmn. Bozier tract,
containing Forty-three and one-half
acres, more or less, and bounded as
follows: On the North by lands of D.
Levi; East by lands of Levi, formerly
of King; on the South by Tom Bozier,
and on the West by lands in Santee
Swamp, supposed to belong to the
Santee Cypress Lumber Company.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
Given under my hand this 6th day
of January, 1908.
JAMES M. WINDHAM,
Judge of Probate,
County Auditor Clarendon Couunty.
Manning, S. C.. Dec. 19 190.
The Auditor's oflice will be open
from the 1st, day of January 1908, to
the 20th day of February 1908, to re
ceive returns of personal property in
Clarendon County for the year 1908.
Taxpayers return what they own on
the first day of January 1908.
All returns must be sworn to and no
return will be considered either by the
Count y Auditor or boards of assessors
unless'sworn to. A penalty of fifty per
cent., will be added after the 20th day
The Auditorwill be at the following
places in person, or by proxy, to receive
Paxville, Monday. Feb. 3rd.
Pinewood, Tuesday, Feb. 4th.
Panola, Wednesday, Feb. 5th.
Summerton, Thursday, Feb. 6th.
St. Paul. Friday. Feb. 7th.
Davis X Roads, Saturday, Feb. 8th.
Alcolu, Mlonday, Feb. 10th.
Younmas, Tuesday, Feb. 11th.
New Zion, Wednesday, Feb. 12th.
Turbeville, Thursday, Feb. 13th.
McFaddins, Friday, Feb. 14th.
Workman, Saturday. Feb. 15th.
Jordan, Monday, Feb. 17th.
Duffles old store, Thusday. Feb. 18th.
Foreston. Wednesday, Feb. 30th.
Wilson. Thursday. Feb. 20th.
I will impress upon every taxpayer
the importance of making your taxre
turns. You ought to know what you
own better than the Township Boards.
who will make your~ return fo you if
you don't make it yourself. so make
your return and save yourself and other
A. P. BU'RGESS.
Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar
Cures all Coughs, nd. expels Colds from
the system by gently moving the bowels.
*all times the best values in Dress
* oods and Silks, White Goods, Wash
*Goods. Laces and Embrioderies.
*Printed and Woven Fabrics, Dress
*Linens, Housekeeping Goods, Prints 40
*and Ginghams, Linens, Domestics ga
*and Men's Wear, Hosiery, Under
*Wear and Gloves. Mens' Dress and
*Work Shirts, Overalls and Sweaters,$
*Novelties and small Wares. can be
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ARANT COMPANY DRUG STORE.
BANK OF CLARENDON, Manning, S. Q.
We solicit your banking business. It is to your intel ast to
patronize this safe and strong bank, Four years o1 con
ainud dowh spad operation without the loss of as much
as a dollar, speaks for itself, does it not?
We want to be your bankers, if you are not already a
customer, come and see us about it and te11 us wh . If
you are, come and see us anyhow. It is never too L-te to
do a good thing for yourself.
Interest Paid on Savings Deposits.
BANK OF CLARENDON, Manning, S. C.
Good Buy to Winter
Our Spring Shoes are already coming in, and we
have advices from the factories that our- whole magnifi
cient Spring Stock is about ready for shipment. We will
need the room, and most especially, the hard cash, so
in order to have both the room and the "ShiLola?
are going to
on Shoes for February that we know will niove them.
Large Line of Children's Shoes to go in- this Cut
Large Line of Men's heavy work Shoes at prices
cheaper than our neighbors can buy them.
The only exclusive Shoe Store in Manning.
W. Ma TURNER SHO an
You to let us sell you $1.50 worth of merchandise
The plain, simple truth of the matter is, we*
Swant to reduce our Winter Goods to the 1t-west
Spossible ebb before March 1st, and in order 1o do
Sso we make this
SSpecially Attractive Offer,
which holds good on all our winter merchandiise,
~$1.50 worth'of merchandise for $1. Think e bout
Iit, and we ask you to see for yourself before you
Sbelieve it. Make us prove it, we'll be glad to <.o it.
We realize it's a Big Reduction, and you will too
Swhen you get your $1.50 worth for $1.
For instance: 4 yards of 50c. Dress Goods for
815;4 heavy fleeced Undershirts, 50c. kind, for
S You know the stock we carry and you kniow the
Squality. You know values when you see t iem.
SThe only true value is when you get quality and
Sp rices that are right. Let us prove this to you.
SSeeing is believing.
S We invite your inspection. Compare the goods
and prices with others before purchasing:
SExtra Specials Until All Scid, a
S One lot 50c., 75c., $1 and $2 Corsets, assorted
ize and sty les, at 39c. e m 1a s, 2 -ich~.e, a
2 3c. each.
-One lot $1, $1.25 and $1.50 Shoes, 50 pair ir lot.
Sat 50c. pair.
S 90-inch Linen Sheeting, worth $1.25 yard, re
duced to 87tc. yard.
S 50-cent Butchlers Linen at 37ic. yard.
Splendid quality Dress Linen, yard-wide. for
S Yard-wide Linen Lawn,. extra nice qualityv, at
2511.4 Blnkets, splendid value, at 85c. pair.
Yard-wide Sea Island, nice smooth quality, a
10lc. value, for 7c. yard.
'~ I AAAyards Bleach Domestic, same count
~ .1., ~ as Androscoggin, yard-wide goods,
.rat 10c. yard. Ten yards to customer.
THE YOUNG RELIABLE,