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\lMANNING, S. C., OCT. 13. 190.
Publishes All County and Town Of
Advertisers w.11 please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. mrs'T be in
this ofEce by Saturday Noon in order to
insure nublication the following week.
ST. FETER'S, NO. 54
Q A. F. n.
OF SEASONABLE GOODS AT
At Weinberg's Grocery:
Finest domestic Macaroni and Spa
ghetti, per pkg.. ......------ 10c.
Finest imported Macaroni and Spa
be t 15c. per pkg. or 2 for.. 25.
New Dill Pickles, per dozen...... -0c.
Potato Chis, best quality, per lb. 30c.
Shredded Cocoanut, best quality,
per I6...... ..-- -----. ..... 25c.
Marbot Walnuts, best quality, per
lb ..........--- ---- ------- 25c
Tarragona Almonds, best quality.
per lb..... ...-----......... 25C.
Pecans, best quality, per lb....... 20c.
Large Washed Brazils, be"quaitv
per b ..... ..----------..... 20c
Special for a Short Time Only:
Old Virginia BrealeastRoo percan 10c.
Vienna Sansage, 10c. per can, or
- 3 cansfor .......--...--...25e.
Corned Beef, 15c. per can, or2 for 25c.
Chipped Beef 15c. per can, or 2 for 25c.
Lunch Tongue, large size can, per
Can, . .................. 250.
"Where qualty reigns."
Mrs. F. E. Harrison. of Abbeville, is
In Manning visiting her sister. Mrs. E.
3in AugumstAppeltleaves this even
Ing to return-To her musical studies in
Theh tobseo semon Is over, but the
tea( which iomes from the producers
of the *1ow leaf is not over by any
The advertisers of Tim TrmS are
-apng -wreatreturnstrom keeping the
peble Informed of, the bargains tby
can Und In Manning.
The news butcher on the train bound
for Chaleon las Sunday night was
arrested for selling cigars in violation
49 Manning's B101Laws
Mr. C- Gnchea now living in
Ashevie. is in Manning for a few days
look uga b~roperty Interests His
heath aa ap~edwonder"I~
Mrs Engene Brock of Summerton is
a n Mannint visiting her sistenin-law,
Mrs. J. W. Riby-Mrs. Brock was the
popular Miss~tauls Bickenbacker.
* Mr. Arthur ~ oine~ of Charles
ton's prominent. wnwas in Man
ming Sanmisyloonln ater The Ea
estate of which he luoneof the trustees.
Charleston is making gress prepara
tions for theentertainmnentOf hundreds
of vistwra from an of South Caro
linaduring-she bgining Octoberj
-The Supeeme Cou~r& in the case of D.
L. Green against she.Atlantic Coast
Line d~eiden favor'of the railroad.
That is refused tosalow punitive dam
*ev. C..A. Waters has presented the
-sehaal with a gymnaslum outfit, which
we have no doubtis very muceh appre
ciatea by the teachers as well as the
he M~ssion study clas of the Pres
btran church will have their first
tenan Thursday nIght at ei a o'clock.
Prayer mesilugat P.0 members
of the clas are urged to be present.
Died an the 5th inst., ner New Town
in Sandy Grove Township, Mrs. Mary
coker, wife of-Mr. Nelsen Coker, aged
aHorge'Baneh chureh Wednesday
Mrs. Thomae. Nlmmner met with a
very paininland serou accident this
moringad Sth reult of a fall she
has he -efk wrist fractured and will
probably not he able to use the arm for
Dr. W. H. Woods and Mrs. Hallie L
Moore weregnietlymarried at the home
of the lattr onthe evening of the 30th
inst, TImardataly after the ceremony
the couple went away for a trip.-King
-ce cons record.
cneuiniWn from Harmony Presbytery
as follows: Revs. A. R. Woodson,R. L
Grier and W. Workman, Elders, W. C.
Davis and James Reaves.
Mr. Joe Rigby, ofthefl'rm of Coffey
& Bighbv, is bakfrom the stock market
and clauna that he bought the pret
siest lotofbhorse that has been on this
market in years. He says tha- He went
-this time, Fin went befbre.
We received aletter from The D. J.
Cnandler CltigCo., of Sumter. tell
ing us that they ddnot have the time
to prepare their copylfor an advertise
mnec-- this week. but to look for them
in next week's ThCEs with a good one.
We- would remind the public that
THE TDGE is going to give away a
bu~ilding lot in the town of Manning,
ad new subscribers as -well as those
who pay what thyowe us and one year
- in advancesaleclito be in thecon.
County Supervisor McFaddin has
sold the big iron safe that has been an
eyesore on the court house square for
some months. The safe was practical
ly worthless, and the purchaser will
lhave to rebuild it to make it of any
service. It was a good sale at any price.
The squaeer.e-roll cieizenship of Man
ning are delighted with the legal opin
ion given to the council with regard to
"-~ concrete proposition. They may
be somewhat disappointed that the im
provement will not be put in at the
expense of others and they share the
Died Sunday after a protracted illness
at her home at Du~ants, Miss Olivia
DuRant, aged 78 years. The funeral
tookc place at the DnRsant family burying
ground in the Fork. Rev, it L. Grier
pastuoe Harmony Presbyterian church
where the deceased was a communicant,
conducted tne service.
Did it ever strike you that their is
a striking similarity between the pres
ent style of ladies' dresses and the
cheap dolls stuffed with sawdust that
Santc Claus brings to the children on
Christmas morning? It would ia. be
so bad if only women with shapes would
wear them, but oh, horm'rs' some of
mnonstrocities we see ma~ke us wonder
If the South Sea Isanders would not
feel chagrined to have to wear such al
Charleston is never more 'ti
than at this season of the year and the
business and professional men of the
city are united in the detuorZnination to
make the present undertakin:I a spilen
'did success. one which w il be thoroug -
sv enjoyed by the ho.: of visitors whom
t'hey hope to have the p!easure of enter
Cards are out announcing the comin: 1"
marriage of Miss. 'rinue Dullant and
Mr. Otis Minick 3Mitchell, to take place
Wednesdav evening October 2-th atI
Union church. ltome. S. C. Miss Du- Y
I fant is asisterof .lud geJohn S. Wilson t
of this town. and her viit here gave l
her friends great p!easure.
There was a liappy gang out "Io- tA
sum" hunting last Friday night. The t
party consisted of sorne of the young te
ladies and gentlemen of the town who b:
had no better sense. They came hme
away late in tbe night without any of
"Possum," and feeling like the fellow th
who spent a whole day fishing and did of
not get a nibble 11h
Numerous other amusement featureso
are to be provided. King street is to be
made the most brilliantly illuminaLted
thoroughfare in the South. The o- re i
of torpedo boats and submarine- -t the
Atlantic Torpedo Boat Flotilla will be
returning to their home station at the
Navy Yard here ana it is hoped to have Ie
other nr.val attractions. an
A chorus of one hundred male voices! 1IC
and of one hunred and ifty female
voices have been organized and the im
mense auditorium of the new Charle
ton Museum is being specially fitted up
for the occasion. A fund of six thou.- F-]
and dollars has been promised by lead
ing business men of the city to assist inI L
defraying the expenses of this great
Read the extra space advertisement
of W. E. Jenkinson Co. this week. That
concern is putting on a special sale of an
ladies' ready-made suits at reduced th
prices. It being so troublesome to get m
clothing made in this town a sale of I
this nature should take well, and be
the means of ladies getting themselves
provided with nice fitting suits at mod- co
erate cst of
The Russian Symphony Orchestra cu
has never before visited the South but
during the last two years its fatne has on
been spreading throughout the Eas and
West. Its journey across the continent ho
last Spring to the Pacific- Coast was an
marked by a chorus of enthusiastic
praise, and critics in New York. Bos- sPq
ton, Pir- ')urg. Cleveland, Detroit. Los.
Angeles, San Francisco, and dozens of bit
other cities have proclaimed its excel- ne
The special feature of the week will an
be a series of five musical concerts. fea- wi
tures of which promises to surpass any
thing of the sort ever attempted in the
South. The Russian Symphony Orches
tra, an organization of fifty high-class
musicians, conducted by Modest Alt- wr
schuler, has been engaged and the ser
vices of soloists of ability and special tis
giess for the musical numbers to be for
iven have been contracted for. ey
Tuesday October 26 is the day for the pa
boy's exhibit of farm products. Every
body snould encourage the boys by
ecming out to see these exhibits. A
movement is on foot to organize a coun
ty fair, and this meeting will likely
prove the begining. If the bovs will W
respond in the proper way there will be '
no trouble in getting up larger and ai
more valuable prizes another year. This 5a
movement should be encouraged by of
every one who is a all interested in the Be
future successandpregreassof Clarendon : f
Died after a brief illness in Mannina h
latSna ihMs ayECewn-tot
ng, wife of Mr. C. C. Chewuing. The WI
deceased before her marr-ae was a cat
Miss McCoy. an adopted daughter of the
late W. P. Plegler of Jordan, She was
about. 33 years of ate, and leaves four e
children, the yo gest about a month00
old and the eldea eight. Mrs. Chewn- t
ng seldom went out, devoted her whole bt~
time to her children and household.c
Thce who livei in the neighborhood O
speak of her in the highest terms. The m
funeral wook place yesterday at Jordan. do
This community symoathize with the0i
bereaved husband, and the little moth- h
erless children a
The government of Illinois has refus- fre
ed to honor the requisition of the gov- bo
ernor of South Carolina for the re- Je
trin of George W. Murray, co..victed in Pi:
Sumter of the charge of forgery The Se'
requisition - wae opposed by strong TI
friends of blurray. among them& being of
F-Senaor Mason. These friends claim lot
that the arress and conviction of Murray ye
is the result of racial and political hate,
which is not true. But there are many er
in Sumter who think that Murray dr
should not be brought back to the State, te:
andae o in sympathy with themove- Si:
ment to bring him back. They also tb
will, or have already done so, sign a pe- co
titin to the governor of this State to se:
grant a pardon for the offense Murray en
was convicted of. The omicer that went ha
to Chicago for the prisoner had a nice Ti
excursion at she public expense which Si
resulted in a water-haul. ro
IBt Hard but Gntty. . es
The storm which passed over this o
county on Tuesday nighthof last weekt
did much havoc on the Santee. The
wind was of furious proportions, carry- l
ing everything that was in its way. The
Taw Caw Plantation belonging to Hon.A
. C. Scarborough was ruined, the P
wind blew down his barns and sheds. 5
killed nine hosgs: one cow, a number ofi
hogs, and laid waste aboutl180 cres of
fine cotton much of which had never
been gone over to pick. It is estimated l
that in cotton alone Mr. Scarborough
will lose about one hundred bales. His
outbilings went like chaff, and hisb
ginnery and the machinery so badly h
damaged that it will cos him alot of t
money to get is back in shape to oper-C
ate. The damage is estimated to be be-.
sween $8,000 and 810,00.~
Mr. Scarborough was here Monday,'
and in response to our telling him shat1 a
his friends feel for him in his heavy t
loss, he told us that he would not let the SM
misfortune discourage him but that he S
was going to spis in his hands, take a
fresh hold, and work to pay his debts.m
He looks upon his loss as one of the ~
mysteries of Providence. which some 1
day will show it was for the best. He is w:
plucy, and shows by his spirit that he a
will, if his health is spared, overcome
rais misfortune and come out of it with m
flying colors. Mr. Scarborough is so e
constituted that he is at his bess when
he has di!ficulties to overcome, and
works with the spirit of "you can't keep
a working man down."
Sofi Suve fo Clrnd al
The Secretary of the Board of Trade 4
reports that as a result of the efforts of
the Committee sent, to Washington by af
the Board of Trade of Manning. witht hi
the aid of Hon Geo. S. Legare, Hon. A.
F. Lver. Hon. E. J. Watsor. and Prof. d:
Harper, the chief of the Bureau of Soils I P
has written as follows:
-In comp lance with your request f.or a soil
survey of Caedn County. South Carolina. to
serve a a taAs, for the further devrelopment of he
the bricht tobacco indurstry itA that section of
the State. I would say that I take pleasure mn
inuormingc you that Mr. W. E. Mc~endon. a
native of South Carolina. ha" been nsaigned to
take charge of this work and .ill becin the oi1l
survey about Novemnber 1st, 1909P. pu.'ding thel
work through to completion in the s~pring of IC
--In this connection I desire to secure. f 0
poable. a new map of Clarendon County to 2T
sr aa. a base upon which the location andi
extent of the different classes of soils may be
indiated. Itn case ay such county map is.
known to you. would you kindly inform me a's
to the source or source" from which a map
might be secured '
We understand that there is no re
cent map of the county. but we trust
that this will not delay the work. Clar
endon is sadly in need of a map and we~
think it will be at good investment for -
the county commissioners to make pro
vision that will secure a survey and an
Farm Product Exhibit.
At a meeting of the executive com
it tee and officers of the Boy's Agricul- fr
nItl Chih held in the oflice of the coon
perintendent last Saturday. it was
'Cided to have the exhibit at the old
,urt house in Nanning on Tuesday (c
her :Th. The exhibi:s.hiould be here'c
id placed as early on that morning as
Ii . .t earne tly dt-sired that
er". !v have au exhibit. :a t he u.tic
So our uext vear's work will large- H
depend on the showing made this mi
,ar. The capital corn prize is a free
ip to Va'.hing:on with all exnenses
M.\r. Martin who is u:Tering this prize&
,sires the winners in the live cointies
carrv their exhibits and other data
the F-air in Columbia where a compe
ut e.-;mimittee w-l1 pass uxon the exhi I
t'e and decide the winner.
Next weeks Ttks will contain a list
the committees appointed from among
e leading farmers and business men sa
Clarendon county. A 1i6t of the prizes in
s already been pub!ihed and each
y has been sent a copy of the prizes,.
it is not considered necebsary to re-; th
blish the list in this issue. Cl
E. J BROWNE. de
County Superintendent Education. ap
Fall colds are quickly cured by Foi
s Honey and Tar, the great throat st:
a lung remedy. The genuine contains co
harmful drugs. W. K. Brown & Co.
Itor The r nde ~n lei
'intwood will he treated to it.s firsti h
ceum Course this year. The first at- th
ction will be had the last (if this
nth and there will be four others
ew. Each attraction will be given in
Auditorium of the new school hoise Hi
I the people here will be treated to an
e good shows. Prof. W. B. Garrett, Co
local manager. has no trouble at all
selling seats and it is believed we
I have as good attractions as travels coi
road for the money. 10
[he cotton crops in this section of the er.
intry are certainly very .short. Most col
the gins now nave idle time and wili I\
down to gin days very soon. pit
r. Henry P. Moses of Sum:er. spent fer
day here this week on business. ar
hiajor H. B. Richardson has returned W
me after a few days visit in Columbig
f Camden. I
6r. Henry Rembert of R1emberts,
mt last Sunday here visiting friends. TO
Ir. Frank Burkett has gone to Rob
is. where he has accepted a perma
t position with the railroad.
)n next Wednesday evening. Octo- no
, 20th, Mr. C. H. Wilson. D. D. G. C. ha
: others from Sumtec will be here chi
.h the Pinewood K. of P. Lodge, 124. ac
A. P. T.
dr. F. G. Fritz, Oneonta, N. Y., wi
ites: "My little girl was greatly ben- an,
ted by taking Foley's Orino Laxa- Su
e, and I think it is the best remedy Ch
constipation and liver trouble." Fol- sa
s Orino Laxative is mild, pleasant
I effective, and cures habitual consti- an
on. W. E. Brown & Co.
Suerton News. suc
tr The Manin Trlnes:
ach day since the heavy wind and
a storm of Tuesday night, October en(
, has brought with it further reports Ins
,he damage done in this community.
sides the very heavy rains of the laie
stnoon, there was a t-reedous
epour between 10 and 11 o'clock in
Sevening, accompanied by a typical L
nado. While mnost of the amage'
oght the crops seems to have been 'D
aed bythe abnormal rain fall, con
erable loss resulted from the wind.
might be expected, the territory ef
ted by the tornado is confined to a T
paratively narrow belt; and in that C
es were snapped off, frame buildings, A
-ns, etc., overturned, and acre after Idee
e of cotton bereft of its fruit. On Mr.
C. Scarborough's plantation a few
le from town, stables were blownee
r kill in nine mules. Mr. Scarbor- d
gh is said also to have lost some ln
as and cows. Fields of cotton nor yet' ]
~ked were entirely ruined by the wind
i hail. Some of the farmers suffering
m such loss are: Messrs. 0. C. Scar
ongh, J. Q. Mathits, F. 0. Martin,
i Davis, and others. On the Burgess
Ltaton some eight miles below here,
eral tenant houses were blown down.
is wind, rain and hail storm, though
short duration, has caused as much
s as the cyclone of September threei
)siothe inclemency of the weath- ,
the t wo attractions on Tuesday night
ew out a considerable crowd. The en
-tainment given by "The College
ging~ Girs" was well attended, and
e special train to Sumter could have
nfortably seated but. few more pas- T
igers. Unfortunately the date of the
gagement with the "College Girls"
dwobe changed from Saturday to
esday, thus taking away a number of
immertonians wbo might have pat
nized the home entertainmer t.
Services were held in all the church-'
in town yesterday morning, at some Di
which visiting miniisters delivered Pl
e sermon. At the )Iethodist church a 2n
rring appeal to further the Prohibi- th
> movement was made to the congre- Ith
.tion by the Rev. J. L. Harley of the th
2ti-Saioon Leaguie: Mr. Harley also Cc
eached at thc Presbyterian church in ty
e evening. At thc morning services Ilo
the Presbyterian church Mr. Vass, a
isionary to Africa, was present and f
,e a most interesting and instructive iT
Dur whole community is saddened Ian
is morning by the death of Mr. T. S. by
>gan. Mr. Rogan had been in ill Ia:
alth for about eight months. and af- Sv
r spending some time first in Aiken, FV
C., and then in Hendersonville, N. ..
,he returned home a few weeks ago
avery serious condition. His death,
ough not unexpected, is none the less
shock not only to his family but also
the many friends he has made here.
r. Rogan was a member of the firm of
rauss-Rogan Co..-of this place, having
en engaged for many years in the
rcantile busineiss. He was a man of'h
rling character, a good citizen and a Ith
ral adherent to the Catholic faith. He cO
is twice elected Intendant of the town, o
id during his residence here has won 1
e respect and esteem of tbe whole com-P
unity. He leaves a wife and several
Another sa'a death in our town this
nrning is thatof the infant of Mr. and I
rs. Henry Lanham. She had been un
all for .~..ne time, and was taken a
edt deal worse a few days. and died
is morning at 2:30 o'clock. The funer-,
services will be held this afternoon at
Miss Neely Plotvden left on Friday IA
ternoon to spend the week-end at her
>me near Sardinia. I.
Rev. Peterson Burgess spent a few
vs last week with bis brother. Mr. A.
Mrs. D. 0. Rhamne and Mrs. J. M1.
oden spent Friday in Sumter.
Mrs. J. T. Frierson has returned to 2
home in Charleston. A. S. tl
Sumterton. S. C.. October 11, 1909.
Itch cu~'ed in 30 mninuies 'ny eool-t
rd's sitatry Lotion. Nier f.?tls. Sohl I
W. '. Brown & Co. Dr-uggist.
~RANT'S DRUG STORE al
rhe Licensed Druggist. Ia
Sells Everything inF
~RU6S and MEDICINES t
Ir. King's New Life Pills
Tha hes+ in the word
D. M. Bradhain & Son expect a car'
esh horses and mules tonight.
Suito at Coffev & Rigbv'N u ,table,
bern vou come to town.
Coffey -& ltiiby hav1%e juNt receiveds a t
r load of tue Krtuccy llorses. aid
See 1). .\l. Ii1adbam s. 4.r of
Urses and M.\ule, that will a .riye 'o
ght before you buy.
if you want a thoroughly trained sad
e or driving lor'e. buy it from CyTcy
For Sale - Gre:t bargain rather than
y freight, w-il -,t:l my high g-ade
ano at much reduced price. Apply to.,
-. H. L Wilson. Jordan. s. C. Prof.
Coffey & Rigy have tEL tineat lot of
Ilde and driving Horses ever ofrered 4
For Sale--154 acres of land, known as
e Clara iI. White property. situate in
rendon and Sumter counties, Irog
n neighborhood. For particulars,
ply to Dickson & Windham. Real
tate Agents. Manning, S. C.
We are now located in our new
Lbles. just opposite the Southwest .
irt house square. Coffey & Rigby.
ro I'ent.--one !ive-room dwelling on 4
est Boundary Street, new house, in
ud neighborhood. Also 2 live-room
iiparatively new dwelling, on thell
ne street for sale. This is an excel
toplortunity to eitner rent or pur- ,
i.%e Property in a desirable section of
town. Apply to J. M. Liradham,
Lning. S. C.
:ome to our new statles and we will
>w you the most oomplete line of 4
orses and Muies, Buggies, Wagons
I Harness ever offered in Manning.
fey & Rigby.
or Sale.-The Canaan Plantation, I
uprising 1.40) acres. Is divided into 1
farms and is for sale to white farm
. Lands lie in centre of Fairfield
inty, from four to six miles from 4
nn.sboro. Springs of cold free water:
ke and other Limtner for building and
icing. and cabins on every farm. Ad- 4
:- B, care The News and Herald
inusboro. S. C.
.ly Friends in Manning and Claren
t is with deep regret that I beg to an
ince to my many sincere friends who
c-e contributed so unhesitatingly and 4
:erfully to whatever success I hsve
ieved, that after due deliberation 4
rill serve the best purpose to re- 14
quish my citizenship in Manning and
trendon County and connect myself
;h the thriving, growing, energetic.
1 progressive City and County of I
mter. As my territory embraces 4
rendon and SumterCounties. I beg to
that I will not be an infrequent
itAor to my many friends in Manning4
I brmve old Clarendon.
teiteratiog my heartfelt thanks for
idreses shown and wishing all my 4
mnds and clients an abundance of 14
cess in whatever undertaking Pro
ence may assign them, I am
ISAAC .11. LORYEA,
special Agent for Sumier and Clar- I
Ion Counties for The Mutual Life i4
urance Co. of N. Y. 4
ONE QE THE BEST IA
e Insurance Companies in the world,
8 Mutual lite Insurance 56.
of New York.
e pope from the Westoast of A frcato i
remotest hamlet in South Carolina hold
les in this good oldi company.
man and a company are known by their I
6. and in 68 years the Mlutual Life In
knce Company of New York have
every obliation promptly and on a
a satisfactory manner. Recent settlemecnt%
eted through this Specl Agent clearly in-,
mte, this. When to insure? N~ow . the I
larendcn and Sumter Counties for
le Mutual LieInsurance88 Co.I
of New York,
SUMTER, S. C.
Oice over Le-.i Brothersi. P. O. B~ox l2.
FATE OF SOUTHI CAROlINA,~
County of Clarendon.4
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. A
e Citizens Bank of Timmonsville,4
Warev Welch and Jehu Smith. De- 4
LNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
cretal Order of the Court of Common4
eas for Clarendon County, dated the
6 day of October..1909. I will sell to
e .iighest bidder for cash. on .\onday.
e 1st day of November. A. D.. 1909,
e same being salesaay, in front of the
urt. House at .\anning. in said Coun- 4
,within legal h'ours of sale, the fol
ing real estate:I
AI that piece, parcel or tract of land I
ng, being and situate in Douglas 1
wship, in Clarendon County. South
rolina, containing forty (40) acres, 4
d bo:nded as follows, to wit: North
lands of J. Warley W '!ch: East by
iis of WV. S Dennis and lands of Mc- 4
een Kenedy: South by lands of M.1.
. Hanniford, and West by lands of J.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
E. B. GAM\BLE,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
Pursuant to an order of J. .\. Wind
m, Judge of Probate. I will sell to
highest bidder, for cash, at the 4
urt house in .\anning on the 20th day
Octoer. 1909, between the hours of
und 2 o'ckock p. in.. the following
rwnal prp.-y One black horse. I
A. I. 3A RRON.
C. C. C. P., Administrator.
.t. Mrs. .\amie Bozeman, deceased.
ate of Soth Carolina,1
Conty of Clarendon.
CORT OF COMM10N PLEAS-.
ac Felder, Defendant. I
UNDER AND B~Y VIRTUE OF -A I
~cretal Order of the Court of G->mmon
eas for Clarendon County. dated thc
d day of October. 1909. I will sell to
e highest bidder for cash, on Monday,
e 1st day of November. A. D., 1909. I
e sane being salesday, in front of the i
>urt House at Manning. in said Coun- 1
within legal hours of sale, the fol
wing real estate:t
All his right, title, claim or interest
,in and to all that piece. parcel or
act. of land lying, being and situate in
e County of Clarendon, in the State
oresaid, containing twenty-two (:'
res, more or less, and bounded by
nds of Quackenbush, lEtate of Simonr
lder and lands of the Estate of S. M.
exsen. The said tract of land being:
e same owned by the estate of his;
ther. Daniel Felder and his interest:
crein being one-third part thereof.
Purchasers to pay for papers.
E. B. GAMBLE,
Are pleasing the many
ladies who have pur
Women of discriminating taste tell us.
after trading Sund4.er over, that our Line of
Ladies' Suits are right in style. workman
ship. and price.
.We carry also. Misses' sizes in 14. 16. 18.
and 20 years. Come and get your choice
while the newest styles are coming in. We
guarantee a perfect fit.
$10.00,"$12.50. $15.00. $18.00. $20.00.
$22.50. &25.00. $27.53. $30.00,
Women's. Children's and Misses' Sweaters
in White. Black. Red, Navy. Gray and
Green. in all prices.
Thone No. 68. No. 13 S. Main St., SUMTER, S. C.
SYou Don't Have to Eat3
High-priced Meats all the Time.
See the Real Economy Below. I
Salmon, 1 lb. Cabs. Real Goo'i Article, 10e.
.3-for .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25c
Tripe. 2 lo. Cans.. Highest Grade, per Ca~n. 20c h
Corned Beef. 1-lb. Cans., Highest Grade, per
Can............ .................... .15cjj
Roast Beef. i-lb. Cans. Bignest Grade. per
+Can................... .............. 15e
.\a-;kerel. Large Fat Fellows. per lb.......124c
Oatmeal. New Goods. Hecker's. per 2-lb. pkg 12tc
Flap Jack, Paucake Flour. Hecker's, per
2-lb. package............ ........... . 2jc
Saratoga Chips. per package ......... .....15c
Lima Beans. New Califor-nias. per quart. 15c
.Spanish Onions. Deicious for Break fast. per i b 05e 1
Beautiful Premiums Given Away
with Hiero Coffee-25c. Lb.
This Ccifee has double strength. and makes friends
The flanning Grocery Co
Big Store oni The& Uusy Ulock.
tate of South Carolina :.
County of Clarendon. 1)i( oi &J W'ii lni
. L. Johnston. A. 0. Johunston. REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
Clroxwell & Corupanzy. :ad Sh~aw MNI .C
& Chandler Company. Detendut. MSI .C
D)ecree. Sh)ould you desire to sell or~ 1
UNDER AND lBY VIRTU'F OF A purchase real p~rope-rt'. let us
utdtent Order of the Court of Coiu- - -1
on~ Pleas for Clarendon County, negouAtCu the~ sale or p~urchase
aed October :2nd. 1009. 1 will sell to f. you Fair dealin;:s assured. 4
e highest bidder for cah on Mou- -
ay, the st day of November. A. I- RE T COLL CTE
49,-thesamue beingsalesday. mn front *}
.t the Court House at Mauning. it' -_ _______
Uid Cout.y within the legalI hours
or judicial sales. the followin:: real tState of South Carolina. i
That tract of laLnd ini Clarendou Clarendon County.
~ountv, in said State. contatinin::
ightv'acres, bounded onz the North I .L -E- M. 'N.i mi. EU- .. Probate - -
v land of J. W. Cook: on the E.aLst by Jue
id of Charlie ludsoia: on the South -l!- .i N .. h 'nqrada
yV land of D. (5. I. \Vassar. and on m , -o.:ra..t~ h mrette
e WVest by land of C harl ie Welcrh.-- I .. :0 sr.. hi . ed
at other pie~ce or parcel of land- T .i er. theefre oceand a
tuate in D)oula% Townshi ip. :n sawd "e a i.d ,.eu-r':: t kin red '
ounty and State, containin:: liv* r..di-m-., nof .a i- kl .. Fan- '
ers, bounded on the North andi .da d. -*ed th- h.bean
iest by land of A. A. Smnith anid t he -oe:e nt. ~: r
'n of Hiorse Branch: on the East by ' :, li h C *a'-t o- - e
and ofElizabeth Uouyver- .id~ thl a o c:ober next, at:cr publica
n of Horse Hrauch, and Sout h by a href a1 o-choek in the fore
.nd of Elizabeth Conyers. n a o ..how caus... if any :ho have. i
Purchraser to piay for paper. - a m u-l
E. . AM MBLE. - i r~- aio hu:r
Sheriff Chrendouo Cou~nty. *-.m jed -
uckien'se'rsica.Saive v Is u;
The Dest Salve In The 1World. - . \..i Judge of Probate.
A Great I
if rY ou have never enjoyed the superior value and
sure satisfaction which a suit of clothes. bought at this
store, represents, do you not think that this beginning.
of -a new season, when you are contemplating the pur
A Fall Suit,
is a good time to get acquainted? We know what you will
say when you see our stock, "Well, I wonder why I didn't
buy here before," and after you have delved into the
!choice assortment of patterns, practically exclusive, have
noted the good workmanship and perfect fit, you will -be
further delighted with our low prices, as the slogan of
this store is "tioest merchandise-fairest prices." We
are exclusive agents for '
Adler-Rochester and High Art
carrying styles and patterns to suit from the most fastid
ions to the quiet conservative dresser. Our specialty this
season is the
GENUINE JOHN B. STETSON HAT at$3.50
We handle the greatest Line of SHOES ever shown
shown in Sumter. comprising such well-kiown brands as
NETTLETON $5.50 and $6.50; REGAL $3.50 to $5.00;
DOUGLAS $2. to $3.00, and others for less money.
10 South. Main St., SUMTER, S. C.
It pays to trade at Rigby Diy Goods Co.'s
Do you always get the best for your money when
Do you bny just by price alone, or do you consider
both quality and urice?
When you buy a bargain in price, does the goods i
sometimes fade or wear out quicly? -~j
Does your Shoes always give satisfactory wear for
the price you pay?
.Choose wisely and let us figure on your next bill of
Dry Goods or Shoes
Hats. Etc. We guarantee every article we sell you to
ive satisfaction. and guarantee our price to be as low as
ou can ti nd anywhere for good merchandise. Come intu~
t the earliest possible date and let us show you the best
lines of Shoes in the country. Ladies', Misses' and Chi[
dren's Shoes from 50c. to S3.50'per pair. Boy's and Men's
Shoes from $1 to $5. All leathers, all styles and the best
Every lady should visit our Millinery Department. j
You are sure to find the Hat you want. The newest and
best arc to iGe had at very reasonable prices. See them
before buying. j
Comforts. Bl!ankets. Spreads. Sheets. Etc. Cheap h
ones and thei. better ones.
Everything. in Hosiery. Underwear. Etc. Bath. wool A
and cotton:- ali s.rades.
2 1=2 Per Cent
of our cash sales r, September, October, November and
December will be given to the Hospital Association. Help ~h
a good caiuse by spendinfg your money with us where 2 1 2
pe cenit. WIll be giveni to the hospital. You will be gir. -~
ingt to a good cause arnd we guarantee our paices as low
and our merchandise ais high im quality as you can buy
Rigby Dry Goods Co.
The' Store of Good .\erchandise and Lowest Prices.
It pays to trade at Rigby Dry Goods Co.'s.