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\IANLNG, S- C.. JULY 7. i -
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ST. PETEWS, NO. 54
A. F. ri.
Meets July 14.
Master's Degree Conferred.
The Management of The
Times will hereafter 6o
over the mailing lists every
week, and without f1urther
notice every subscription in
arrears over one year will
be stricken off. This is done
in compliance with the
the label on The Times, it
will tell you when your
Rp .Van Winkle and his litte dog
went to Greenville last Friday.
Sales wiR begin at the Manning to*
bCo rehous about the 20th inst.
MisCarrie and Bessie Holiday arm
visigg friends and relatives at Sum
At ls Manning has a decent looking
pablc back to meet the rains. A very
The annual report of the Manning
Boad of Trade is in our otmce and will
MIss Caldt Enghson one of our
graded school teachers is visiting
hleaft In Beaufort.
Mrs. R. A. Wells of Wallace, N. C.,
is visting at the home of her mother,
ms S. IHunall1
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Harvin. Jr., now
living in Georgia, are in Manning vis.
iings heir prentU,
jg hir way to the Mecca for fun.
It is to be hoped that council wil re
move the paiemIan's shanty from in
front of the courbouse square.
The aelein held for bonding schn
district No. 20, resulted in favor of the
bond isue by avote of 38 to3M. Close
-The farce coeygiven in the andi
toriumlast Thz3ynightfor the Clar
endon hosptal ftnwas a financial
Lastthe natinnal holiday was
observed in anigby the suspension
-of enenme, picnicing and froilcing gere.
There will be praching at Fellow
ship church next Sunday afternoon at
4 o'clock b ev. C. W. Blanchard.
Publi ordal invited.
-The friends of Mr. J. W. McLeod,
will be grp iid to learn that he con
siue.to Improve, and the probability
is he will soon be home"agaln.
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Thaesn ret.ened
home from Hot Sprin. N. C., last Fri
day evening. Mr. Thamese health un
proved considerably by the springs.
Tsa TDEE editor, accompanied by
his daughters, Mies Mattie, Augusts
and Valiye, left yesterday to anannd the
meeting of the State Press Association
The werchant who patronizes other
towns te get his advertising matter,
does no.dserve thesame consideration
from the trading pubice as the merchant
who patronizes home.
Mattie Curtis, the infant daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Coffey, died at
-o'clock this morning, after .a brief
illness from gasro-enteritis, aged 11
The store bnilding next door to the
post office has been rented to a party
from Abbevinle, and he will open up on
Augs 1st, thus having every store it
the sown accupied.
The Clarendon Baptist Sunday school
will picnic at Alcolu, Thursday, July
Sch. The train leaves Manning for Al
coln at 90 a. in., returning at 7:3 p.
m. Each family will bring a well filled
Slowly but surely the Clarendor
bospital enterprise Is gaining ground.
Seventy-three dollars ana sixteen ents
have been added to the fund from the
proeedse of the entertainment last
-On accont of the picnic of the Clir
endoc Baptist Sunday school Thursday
- he lecture by pastor Blanchard will be
deferred until next Thursday night
There will be no services at the Clar
endon church tomorrow night.
We have given our editorial spacn
over to the publication of a sermon b:
Rev. C. W. Blanchard, which will en
tertain our readers better than anyw
thing we may be able to write at thi:
The Manning base ball team left las
Friday for Georgetown to play a serie:
of games, and to dp in the surf of Paw
ley's Island Sunday. They went dowi
gamely to defeat in three games. Man
..ig stays in the Charleston cla'n.
Thbe oil mill at this place has beer
purchased from the Independent Oi
Cm ,and the ,naeneent propos
eto da fertilizer manufacturin:
plant to it. This means a saving c
money to those buying fertilizers, an<
more money saved at home.
There is absolutely no truth in th<
reported elopement said to have takea
place from Manning last Monday. Th
rumor had its foundation only becaus
two proswere marriage eligible
and hapndto go off on the sam
Rev. A. R. Woodson is anxious
have every member of his church pre
ent on next Sunday to join in celebrat
ing the 400th anniversity of the birt
of Joo. Calvin. All Presbyterians il
reach of Manning especially invited an
others who desire to be present at th
Captai Thomas Wilson, wife an
dagters, and his son Dr. F.. R1. Wi:
son, took passage last Saturday on th
Anchor Line at New York for Glasgos
Scorland. They will tour Europe befor
returning to their-home in Sunzser, Bo
The traue provecz for -Mani-- i
not excelled anywbere because "ner- i
an awakening here. an'! a'
tion to make tiis towv the :raoe ertva
it should be. The twolte of t'llikon
should come to t!- .,oiin:v tta " t
their buyin-. i. t -!th---: mteet !4
o. and our nerchan0 .nd .m: :61 .i
their power to denonra NXan
ning i. th- qrj.:a! of any othr market
Married %ta \',io-eiat etennt: i4v
Rev. C. W llanchart. pastor t'laren
don liaptit church, at the hotne e the
bride- mother. Mr. i'errv N\4. l'arro of
Sumter an.d Niss .laivola \Walker.
daughterot o ir. N!. F. \Valke-. Th.
couple took tei tr-a:U ft.r A!.heville art:
other points- in North Carina ani,:
the throwing of ricet fron a <rowd of
friewld who went to the d.-; to s
In about oue mouth Lhere % be aU
election in the counties having <0ispen
saries, and we predict the result to be
a closing up of over eighteen out of the
twenty-one dispensarie-,. an! when: the
legislature couvenes there wili be a
general prohibition law eracted. We
also predict that Charleston will be our
of the pronibition counties. Let us wait
and see. We know it to be a fact that
there is a general sentiment in Charles
ton to close the county dispensaries and
it wi.l take a hard fight in that city to
save them. The true sentiment there
is not for prohibition but against the
The farmers rally to take place in
Manning on the 14th. promises to be a
great event, and every man intcrested
in agriculture should atteni. The Board
of Trade has been working hard to in
terest the government to do something
for the farmers of this county. and after
much effort has succeeded in getting
the agricultural department to give us
a lock. It will locate in the county an
experimental station. which will be of
untold value to the farmers, but to get
this, the farmers must manifest an in
terest and show a disposition to aprre
ciate this valuable aid from Uncle Sam.
Therefore let us urge every reader of
THE TIME- to form him or herself into
a committee to urge a large attendance
here on the 14th.
There will be a prohibition rally and
basket picnic at Fellowship church
grove Friday, July 9th. under tha aus
picesof the Manning. Jordan and Beth
lehem local unions of the W. C. T. U.
to which the public is cordially invited.
The Rev. C. E. Burts. D. D.. of Edge
field, president of the Anti-Saloon
League of South Carolina, will be the
chief orator of the occasion. It is
promised that this picnic will be -dry"
in only one sense of the word. Those
who have heard Dr. Burts testify that
there is nothin2 "dry" about his ad
dresses. We hope. too, to have some
good singing and there will be ice
'ater for alli Ice cream and lemonade
will be on the grounds for sale, so don't
leaveyour purses in your "other pants''
pockets: Let everybody go, and carry
The "whirlwind" sale put on by
Aaron Abrams has opened the eye- of
some of his competitors to the extent
that they went to Sumter and Kingstree
to have advertising matzter gotten out1
ahead to block Abrams and forestall
his sale. but it does not phase him. He
says with the stock he bas to offee the
trading public he can give the ehop
keepers that try to head him off a
month's start and then beat them to the
attention of those who have money to
spend and know values when they see
them. Abrams' sale begins ou 'he 15th
and he lays down the proposition that
th.' trading public can go to any of h's
competitors, examine their goods and
prices and he will give them better
vrlues for less money. Mr. Abramns
has flooded the country with his adver
tising matter which he had done in his
home town. together with a liberal use
of the columns of the people's county
paper, and all that he asks of the tra.de
is tolook to its own interests by visit
ing his store, nnd he promises to prove
that hie has not put on a fake sale, but
offers the public good, clean, fresh, up
to-date merchandise at prices to defy
competition. So when you come to
Manning do not fail to visit Abramns'
Life 100.000 Years Ago.
Scientists have found in a cave in
Switzerland bones of men, who lived
100,000 years ago, when life was in con
stant danger from wild beasts. To-day
he danger, as shown by A. W. Brown
of Alexander, Me., is largely from dead
lydiease. "If ithad not been for Dr
King's New Discovery, which cured me,
I could not have lived," he writes, "suf
fering as I did from a severe lung trou
ble and stubborn cough." To cure sore
Lungs, Colds, obstinate Coughs, rsi
prevent Pneumonia, its the best me '
cine on earth. 50c and $1.00. Gi. -an
eed by all druggist. Trial bottle free.
GO-FLY keeps fies off Horses and
Catle. 25c. and 50e. at all drug stores.
For Board in Hendersonville, N. C.,
apply to Mrs. H. 0;. Ingram. Central
location, modern conveniences. Terms
Boarders.-Delightful location on W.
Broad St., on street car line, modern
conveniences. rates reasonable, address
Mrs. Carolina Felder, Hendersonville,
For Sale-Great bargain rather than
pay freight, will sell my high grade
p ino at much reduced price. A pply to
D. H. L. Wilson, Jordan. S. C. Prof.
N oteicee.--Two hundred thousand
"Sawed Cypress Shingles" ready for
delivery. For Prices and description,
apply to C..H. Touchberry, Summerton,
S. C., R. F-. D). 2.
To Rent-One five-ro dwelling on
West Boundary Street, new house, in
good neighiborhood. Also 2 five-room
comparatively new dwellings on the
same street for sale. This is an excel
lent opportunity to either rent or pur
chase property in a desirable section of
the town. A ply to J. M. Bradham,
Manning. S. C.
Tom Kennedy With A. Abrams.
To My Friends in Clarendon County:
I take this means to inform you that
-I am now with Mr. Aaron A brams, and
ask for your continued patronage. I
-am now in better shape to meet she de
mands of my friends than heretofore,
and guarantee you the same courteous
treatment, with better bargains to
ffer. When in town call and see us.
Tanking you for favors, both past and
prospective, I beg to remain,
IYours very truly,
ITomr M. KENEY
Prescribes Dr. Blosser's Catarrh Remedy
Dear Sirs-I tirst usca your Caitarrih Cure i
Ithe case of my son, who had chronic na.'o-phar
B1yneal catarrh. with great benetit to him. I
Ioften prescribe it for other of my patients, and
I think It is quie the tinest remedy for catarrb
etht ha -e bee placed on the market.
Thaunkng you ror pas:, favor". I am.
Your" very truly.
MI. .J. D. DANu'zzam. '. D..
~ his conr.I a tctdsome remarktable
1 insance where it has been fairly tried.
Very truly yours.
RtXV. Y. I. A ...
e Lcx.inton. Ky.
Dr. Bilosser's Catarrh Remedy is. for sace b3
B. R. Bover. Mannng. S. C. A month's treat,
mnt for 81.00. A f ree sampic for the asklit
- A postai card will bring i: by mall.
Dr.King's New LfePilis
the bars and
fight to the li
count of ours
Our entire Si
Some Bargain Thunder that w
be heard throughout and aronut
Clarendon Count,. For the fir
seven days of our "Clean Sweo
Sale" we 'will sell on each day fro
10:30 to 11:00 a. m., and from 41 :30o
5:00 p. w. the following well-knov
Best 2.5c. Talcum Powder at. 10
per can. only 5 cans to a each Cu
Coats' Spool Cotton. any numubt
any color, at 4c. the spool, only
spools to each customer.
Splendid vard-wide Bleach Hom
spun. soft fiish. no starch, value 10c
will go at 5e. the yard, 10 yards
33c. Work Shirts for Men at 1-<
not more than two shirts to eat
Best standard print Cal'cos-at 34
yard. only 10 yards to eacb custome
5.000 yards of 5 and 10c. Val at
Torchon Laces and Insertion at :
the yard. Quantity unlimited
iong as it lasts.
Prices Speak Aloud whil
Brag Only Whispers
Read the Following:
Yard'wide Percale and Madras
c. the yard.
Best 124c. Dresis Ginghams at S
Dress Gingham, Apron Chec
ingham and Chambrays., in thr.
ten-vard lengths. real value loc. p4
yard. will go at 4c. the yard durit
this "Clean Sweep Sale."
All of our 12je. Wash Goods at
Lawns will be cleaned out at 9c. p
All of our fine 25c. White Goo<
and Wash Goods will be cleaned u
at 15c. the yard.
Notice to Creditors.
Ditrict Court of the United Statt
District of South Carolina,
In the matter of Clarence E. Wilkix
To the~ Creditors of the above nam<
Take notice that on the 3rd day
Juy. 1909, the above named bankru
iled his petition in said Court prayii
the confirmation of thle composith
heretofore offered and accepted. ai
that a hearing was thereupon orderi
and will be had upon said petition<
he 13th day of July. 1909. before sa
Court. at Charleston, in said Distrh
at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, at whi'
time and place all known creditors ai
other persons in mnterest may, appe
and show cause, if any they have. wl
the prayer of said petition should n
RICH ARD W. H CTSON.
State of South Carolina
By James M. Windhamn, Esq., Probc
WHEREAS. A. I. Barron made s
Vto me. to grant him Letters
Administration of the Estate and Effe<
of Mamnie Boseman.
These are therefore to cite and
Imonish all and singular the kindr
Iand creditors of the said Man:
Boseman, deceased, that they be a
appear before me, in the Court of Pi
bate, to be held at Manning on .t
19th day of August next, after pubhi
tion thereof, at 11 o'clock in the foi
noon, to show cause, if any they ha'
why the said administration should t
Given under my hand, this tth di
of July. A. D. 1909.
AMS M. WINDHAM.
[SEA.I Jud;ge of Probate
The qualitied voters of New 7.i
1School:District No. 15. are hereby
tified that an election will be held
the school house on July 31st, 190'.. 1
the purpose of voting an annual o
mill tax for school puruoses. said c
mill tax being in addition to the thi
mills tax now being collected in s:
district. Voters must exhibit th
registrati.on certiticate and tax rece
as required in general elections.
Polls must onen at S o'clock a.
and close at 4 p.' m., July 31st. 1909.
R. W. WHEELER,
J. P. GIBBON.
J. HI. DU'BOSE.
Election of Trustees.
W. the undersigned Trustees
School District No. 20, declare that 1
following were elected Trustees of t
district for the ensuing terma: S.
Turbeville. J. C. Dennis. D. L Grei
S. C. TURBEVILLE~. Ch'mn.
M. .1. MORIlS.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Prob;
for Clarendoua county. on the 2n
August. 1909'. for letters of dischra:
as adinistrator of the estate of WV.
Kelly. deceased. ..W LVR
Foreston, S. C.. July 1st- 1909
I aks ersdney and Btadder' Righi
urday, July 10tl
are all the goj
turn loose the (
ist ditch, and ft
elves when it c
;ock of Summer
ill The greate'st live of 12!c. India
Ad Linons ever shown in Manning will
nt be cleaned up at 9c. per yard.
,p 40-inch.wide White India Lawns,
m real value 12jc. and 15c., will be]
to cleaned up at 9c.
n Sea Island Homespun. : inches
wide, real value s 1-:-c.. will go in our
c. Clean Sweep Sale at 4 1-*e. yard.
s- Soft finish Blinch Hoito S ,l)i n1o
starch. I yard wile. real value lc..
r. will go at 6 1-2c. the yard.
5 Real soft-linish Bleach Hotnespun.
1 yard wide, no starch, at 7 1-2c.
e- the vard.
. Just a little heavier quality than
to the above.
.. Clothing at Cost.
Our entire Stock of Men's, Boyb'
e and Children's Spring Clothing will
r. go at COST. Now is the time to
,d buy a nice suit of Clothes for Sum
C. mer and fall wear at Cost. A beau
% tiful line of Men's light weight pants.
either for Summer or fall wear, at
e Bov's Knee Pant, -->-A. and 77c.
values. will go at 39c. and 49c. the
A beautiful assortment of Boy's
two-piece Knee Suits will go at cost.
Just think of a Boy's nice $2.50
tt fall suit going at $1.6w.
Gients' and Boy's Furnishing Goods
c. Clean Sweep Prices.
Men's Nice Work Shirts, :5c. v:iues
k going at 19c.
,e Men's nice Negligee Shirts. Lrum
!r mer's samples. 50c. to $1.00 values.
slightly soiled, will go at the uni- eard
of price of 39e. each.
d When these are closed ont we will
!r have no more. We have abont 15
dozen of the shirts in stock.
Is Our regular line of Men's Negligee
p Shirts, 75c. yalue, at 49c., $1.25 value
Result of Election.
We. the undersigned Trustees of
*School District No. 20, do declare th e
following to be the result of Special
s, ection held at this place for the pur
pose of determining whether this dis
dtrict shall issue bonds or not issue
bonds for the purpose of building and
fecuipping a schoo! building: Votes for.
tthe issuing of bonds, 38: vctes against
the issuingf bonds. 34.
d S. C. TURBFXILLE. Ch'm..
d .I J. \IORRIUS,
J. L. CREEN.
dSurveying done with accu racy
av~c despatch. Apply to
IRWIN B. RUTLEDGE,
Summerton, S. C
ARANTS DRUG STORE~
The Licensed Druggist.
Sells Everything in
DRUGS and MEDICINES
*~ Notice to Creditors.
All persons having claims against the
,estate of A. J. Morc'is. deceased, will
ed present them duly attested, and those:
Ie owing said estate will make payment;
ad to the undersigned qualified Executor
'- of said estate.
be 1t. P. MORI,
' New Zion, S. C., June :y. 19109.
aUniversity 0f South Carolina.
Schools of Arts, Science. Education,
* Law, Engineering and Grad
Ten di:terent courses lead ing to the
degrees of A. B., and B3. S. College
)1fees, room and !ight, $66.* Board $12
-per month. Tuition remitted in special
at cases. Fortv-two sc holarships e aeh~
or worth $100 in cash and free tuition. For
ne cataogue address
ne S. C. MITCHELL Presiden:.
eColumbia. S. C.
mMv farm at Jordan of t;O acres. 30 of
tnow very fertile inclosed unto woven
wire fence. a nice home, will exchange.
for property in Manning. .also an ex-.
tra nice pair of mares well bred, not
afraid of steam or automobiles, bred by
myself, work single or double, with or
without eye wirnkers. quality such as to
make the'm valuabe.~>and ayears old.
nNotice of Discharge.
I will apply to teJd; flrbt
for laredon ouuty on the ex:hda
ofJuiy, 1909fo letters of discharge as
Administrator, with the Wi!! Annexed.
of the estate A 'AW. J. Mcladdin, de~
UEN~ S. CRAWFORD.
Aof u. S . June26, 1909.
On First-Class Real Estate
r urdy & O'Bryan,
Aj.TTOIN EYS AT LA\W.
1, Close Saturi
st now, so we
logs of war, v
ily able to giv
>mes to sellini
Our entire line of 100 dozen Gents'
>ure Linen 15c. Collars will go in this
i.jeat clean Sweep Sale at 1c. each.
Yo greater offer was ever placed on
he market than this immense line of
Pure Linen ('ollars.
Our entiro !ock of Men's and Boy's
straw Hats will go at CO: ST when
xe say Cost, we muean ju.st what that
vord conveys. A large line of Four
-Hand Wash Ties for Mtn and Boys.
value each, 25c.. will be closed ont
t 13c. or two for 25c.
Staple articles that are needed in
ver llhouelotd is put down at
prices that should cominand the at
eution of every careful and thought
ul buyer in the county.
Sea Island Homespun, as inches
wide, at 4 1-2c. the yard.
Best soft-finish B;each Homespun.
yard-wide. no starch. (; 1-2c. and
1-2c. per yard.
A large line of 2.-c. and 3:5c Window
hades. will be clo!-ed out 20c. each.
Our entire line of 30c. Mattingrs.
will be closed out at 25e. per yard.
Our entire line of Standard Print
nd figured Lawns will he closed out
ic. the yard.
Millinery Closed Out at
Clean Sweep Prices.
At this season of the year when
>ur Millinery season is at an end, we
tre always gled to close out our
Hillinery at almost any price. Just
isten to this:
Ladies' neatly trimmed, either
>lack or white, well worth $2. each.
will be closed out at this Clean
weep Sale at $1. each.
Better Hats at $1.50, $2 and $2.50
We solicit the patronage c
and Williamsburg and adj<
ample storing and gradin
sutficient capital to protec
what buyers want, and kn
We are going to give ou
- our experienCe. and with
dealings. we can guaraniti
pile of tobacco sold. A tr
thle seller that it will be~ tc
TO THE TlP
lay, July 31st.
say pull down
re are in the
e a good ac
on the market
We will close out our entire line of
Boys' and Girls' Duck Hats and
Caps at one-half price.
Our entire line of White Lawn
Baby Caps at prices never heard of
before in this town.
A most iua-niticient stock of Baby
Cap% to select f rom. No excuse, every
lady can .-et a baby cap now at one
A large box of Remnant Ribbons
in a profusion of culors. to close out
Ladies' :-c. White and Black Sail
ors will be closed out at :5c. each.
Ladies's ine '.e. White Sailors
will be closed out at 4Sc.
In short. everything in the Milli
nery Department must be closed out
now regardless of cost.
Furniture and House
Furnishing 6oods at Sac
The doors of sur big Furniture De
partment will be thrown open to the
public at *Clean Sweep Prices. 'If
you need a nica suit of Furniture, or
anything in the Furniture line, now
is the time to get it. If you need any
thin. in the way of a China Closet.
Sideboard. Bed Lounzes or Couches,
Dining Chairs or Rockin t Chairs,
or anything in that line, can be
had at this Sale at Clean Sweep
Prices. Floor Mattings, Rugs. Car
pet and Art Squares. splendid assort
ment to select from at Clean Sweep
Prices-. The goods must be moved.
we need the money and you should
and must need the goods at these
Sale will open Saturday morning
July 10th, and will close Saturday
night, July 31st. Come one, come
EE, S. C.
the Farmers of Clarendon
iip. counltres. WVe have
Sroom for tobacco. with
our customers. We know
w every type of tobacco.
- customnezs the benetit of
iard, honest work. and fair
e the top price-s on every
al is all we ask to conlvince
his advantag.e to sell at
Write. come to see us.
R. EPPS & BAKER.
It pays to trade at Rigby Dry Goods Co.'s
is a good place to shop. We guarantee satisfaction
with everg -purcha-se. Try us-we want your trade.
We are showing some extraordinary strong
values in light, cool. sheer White Goods, in plain
White Lawcs, Lawn Checks and Stripos. Dimities,
Swisses, Etc. The prices are very low, and the
goods of a very high quality. The latest develop
ment in White Goods,
Permanent Linen Thread finish, has all the merits
of a handkerchief Linen Lawns, with double the
strength and durability of India Linons or Fersian
Lawns. used for Waistings, Suitings, Underwear.
Etc. Several widths and qualities. Prices very
We are showing an extra good value in White
Linen, Suitable for Suits and Skirts, and along
with it, a good value in Sheer Linen Lawn for Shirt
waist. Warranted all pure Linen, width 27 and 36
For plain, soft finish Nainsooks. English Long
Cloth, Batiste, Cambric, Bleach Domestics Shheet
ings, Sheets and Cases. Spreads, Laces Curtains,
Curtain Goods, Etc., be sure to see our showing
before making your purchase. We have a very
strong line and they are very low-priced.
to our already large assortment 30 new patterns in
Embroidery Edges and Insertions, in Lawn, Cam
bric and Nainsooh: also 48 pieces Linen Torchon
Edges and Insertions to our large assortment 6f
Laces. You will be apt to find what you want in
our stock at a very reasonable price.
Don't forget we show a large Stock of Furnish
ing Goods, Shoes. Hats, Caps, Hcsiery, Underwear.
When you desire good merchandise at moder
ate prices, always look for
Rigby Dry Goods Co.
It pays to trade at Rigby Dry Goods Co.'s '
CAN'T HELP SELLING CHEAP
It's a kind of fault with us, but the people seem
to like it, so we're going to keep it up.
HERE'S THE VERY LATEST.
We've put in 5c., 10c. and 25c.
SPECIAL BARGAIN COUNTERS,
Displaying hundreds of useful. every day house
hold articles at such reasonable prices as to make
your heart rejoice, and, to fully justify a visit of
inspection. Come see us, not with the feeling
that you've got to buy, but simply to look.
Manning Grocery Co.
The Hustling House on Busy Block.
Hog Feed Cheap
Car Load Extra Nice Rice Flour.
The Cheapest arnd best Hog Feed you can use.
E WILL SELL IT CHEAP AS LONG AS IT LASTS
BOOTIHHARDY L.IVE .STOCK CO.,
9 BANK OF CLARENDON. Manning. S C.
We solicit your banking business. It is to your interest to g
proni>.e tliis safe and strong bank. Four years of con
- tinued growth and operation without the loss of as much .
. as a dollar, speaks for itself, does it not?
9 We want to be your bankers, if you are not alread2 a
- - ustomer, c-ome and see us about it and tell us '-hy. If
you are, come and see us anyhow. It is never too late to
do a good thing for yourseif.
Interest Paid on Savings Deposits.
SBANK OF CLARENDON, Manning. S. C.
BinEYo1I Job P[Ioing to Tb Imes8,