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Publisbcs All County and Town Of.
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muembe-r th cop.'- or a
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this oee by Saturt'1. N.a.'n in order te
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ST. PETER'S, NO. 54,
A. F. 1-1.
F. L. Wat.vr.
RUTtI CHIAPTER. NO. 40.
I1MOYAL .MCH X.IONS
Monday night. each :month. . '
s M. %jo. 1n .t-'.r.
\r. DAvis. H.DIt.mK
High Pricst. Seca
For a Short Time Only.
24% Sack Forest King
Flour. Best Patent. Guaran
teed to give satisfaction or money
refunded-Only 90c. per Sack.
"Where quality rei
Mi-s Kathleen Murray of Bisbopville,
is visiting Mi. BessieHarvin.
Breaking land and other Dreparatory
work is now being pushed on many
The building of new tenant houses
and repairing old ones is noticeable all
over the county.
The Ine. report from Mr. Alex
White is that be is getting along very
nicely with his broken arm and ieg.
Much of the matter intended for our
a-st issue was left out on account of ad
vertisement changes that came in late.
Rev. A. R Woodson has been acting
intructor in English at the graded
school duing theabenceof Prof.J. C.
-Mrs. Bessie Mayes and little son
Thoase oftMayesville, are visitingMirs.
Minnie L. Barnett and Miss Annme R.
Miss Lina and Mr. Henry Smith of
Workman, have just returned from a
very pleasant trip to their brother. Mr.
D. H. Smith of West Fort Mead, Flori
Dr. Geo. L. Dickson, Mr. W. B. Dick
son and Mr. W. E. Daniels, returned
a few days ago from a hunting trip
down in lower Berkeley. The party
succeeded in bagging two deer and
four wild turkeys.
Died on Satuday, January 15th, at
the residerice of Mr. Laurens T. .Mills,
Camden, S. C.. Annie Pressley, infant
daughter of Rev. Win. H. and L. P?.
Mills of Clemson College, aged eight
months and Ifteen days.
-rbere are six prisoners in jail await
ing tr-ia~l at the next term of court,
which convenes the second M-nday .in
February. Two 'are charged with
murder, two with cow stealing, one
with assault and battery, and one with
grand larceny. They are all colored.
The electric lights went out several
times during the service in the Metho
distchurch Sunday night. The choir had
to stop when they couldn't see their
notes, buz the pastor would not let .a
little thing like that interfere with his
preaching. He preached on in the~ dark
just the same.
We are in the midst of inhospitable
winter, with a sharp freezing .spell
Severy now and then that levies tribute
-M woodpile or coal bin, but the blue
bird'avcome again, the jonquills are
put:ing up. the odoriferous fertilizer
movement is on, and the seductive seed
catanones are coming as sure har-b
At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. H.
*E. Price, their charming' daughter,
Miss Claudie Le and Mr. W. D. Lloyd.
of Columbia, were married by the PRev.
Mr. Lybrand. The groom ls a ycung
man of pleang address, and holds a
good, tion in Columbia.-Evening
The members of the Manning Metho
dist congregation gave their nstor,
R~ev. F. H. Shnler, av. extensive oound
ing last Wednesday night. The array
.of good things that were Diled up at the
parsonage was sometming to contem
plate, and the good preacher and his
better half were made to rejoice, not so
much at the intrinsic value of the dona
tions as the love and contidence in which
they are held by the parishioners.
Mrs. Laura Maner Daniel, wife of
-a Prof. J C. Daniel. superintendent of the
-.Manning graded schools, died yesterday
morning a:. the home of her mother in
Allendale. She had been afihicted for
a long while, and her death was not un
expected, yet it none the less causei
deep sorrow among her many friends,
all of whom sympathize with the be
reaved husband and little daughter.
During her residence of several years
in Manning Mrs. Daniel made friends
of all with whom she became acquaint
ed. Her gentle reS-iement and amiable
disposition were such as to win the love
esteem of every one. She bore her af
fliction with true Christian fortitude,
never complaining, but always havinig
a cheerful word for others. May she
rest in peace.
Mr. Melvin Cook, aged 42l years, died
at an early hour Monday morning at
the home of Mr. H. C. B&ggett, near
Bloomville, and was buried at Oak
Grove yesterday. Mr. Cook, who was
commonly known as Mike, wais a son of
the late Mr. James Cook. of William.+
burg county, but at the time of his
death he had no kn:own relative,.. He
was a poor man, without worldly pos
sessions. He bad rented a small farmi
on which he expected to live by him
self and raise a crop this year, when
he was taken sick. Mr. S3aggets learn
ed of his Dredicamnent and had him
moved to his house, waited on him and
engaged a physican to attend him, but
despite every attention the poor man
breathed his last as stated. Ev-eryone
who has learned the facts speaks in the
highest terms of Mr. Baggett's kind
THE D:&,was cmue:e ~
judgesof of new-spaper work for o
issue of la.s week. The demand f. r -ha-3
Is-;upply it all.
There w th. ai . .xa LZo:1i '
I pliCd w itl b inv-e: an p 3 y
to ti . exam i '3. I . t ahi
cat;w! re k*'~ 1r
bu~jJding- at 10-:.W -ge of d-mrn
inz of th- th of Feoiary. We un-der
is'and the examinath;-n is .:n inn
eate o..e. and that one w.h an ordinary
educat,0.io. wVi~h pr1na ono e
need nve nofears o! -FMa
vr. .,F ln i--u ~ ,fran~
her of tear'. i'ast bx- ----a 1'.* ::21: a-''.
Of the large dpt.en:,te"l "I e -
E.. Je'kinon Co.. has -evor d hi-" 3:
neetion wih that Cell- : -
m :ent, an;d it i, repoteod ina r
o open up a n eW merca'7 n ."Ik*
at Kin',tece. Mr. Jenkinona t- a na::ve
of (larendon county and. )Ih-!.! I i.:h
este--m by the friends whm he numr
by !)v ,re-_, and hudrd % By !-ft an,,
native abI:itv he ha, rim-n t .:
place in bu..ines. circle and it i.a na'
ter of great regret thnat lie 3bOUil dind
it to his interest to !eave %anm' Ino
engage in busines elsewhere. \Vh -u
he does leave he wil carry with hmin e
kindest feelinus an,! he- wi-hes w"
our people. Willie Jenkinson winu "a
his mark wherever he goS, :tnd Tii
TrrEsj e.pect to hear a -o&i atucn
of him whenever he ges establ i;h.1 n
State Sunday School Association.
The thirty-third annual coaveniOon
of the Suday School Assoc
South Carolina will be held in flock 1
Hill on February 15. 16 and 1. 1910.
Information received at the headquart- c
ers of the association indicate that!
there will be an attendance of 500 dele
Iates, representingi all sections of the
Each county has been al'otted a cer
tain number of delega:ei and the prep
er persons have been clothed with the I
authority to appoint that number and s
furnish them with credentials. While s
the manner of appointing delezate hias.
been made as business-like as possible.
yet any Sunday scbool worker who de
sires to attend'the Rlock Hii! conven- V
tion may do so by applyit. to the per- ,
son authorized to appoint in The differ- a
ent counties. Rev. A. R. Woodson.
pastor of the Manning Pre.-byterian
church, is the authorized representa
tive ol the association in Clarendon I
county. Any one interested in Sunday:
school work or who would lice to at
tend the meeting at Rock Hil). should
write Mr. Woodsou or confer. with him
in person, without delay.
Eitor The 7%t'u Times:
The New Year has now progressed
far enougb to permit of some definite: -
announcements as to business changes
and real estate transfers. Mr. J D.
Rutledge. who will farm on the place
just vacated by Mr. A. Plumer Burg
at other year, has sold his own farm to
M r. J. M. Woo.ley now of Daizeli. S. C.
Mr. Woodley has made several visits to
the community looking toward his t.
mediate move here. It. is his intenton!
if possinle to procure a residence in
town, and we hope that we will soon
bave him on our list of citizens.
Mr. Murray Fischer, a son of Mr. L.
T. Fischer of this place. has accepted a
position with the Capers & Co.. as pre
scription clerk. Mr. Fischer tooka
course in Pharmacy at the South Caro
lina Medical College some years ago
It is the intention and hope of the
Methodist congrega.~tion of this place to
begin the erection of anew church early
in the year. They have been working
toward this for some timie and we would
be glad to see their efforts so soonl
The four Protestant Churches repre
seted he-e have all taken steps toward
sending delegates to the Laimen's Mi.'
sionary meeting in Columbia this week,
and it is expected that each w-ill haveati
least one representative from the laityv
besides teose of th, in-nisters who are
able to attend.
The news of the death of Mrs. Henry
B. Richardson, Jr.. of this communit
was received nere yesterday morning
Mrs. Richardson had been i for abou'
four weeks, having lately developedt
p hoid fever. Her condition on Satur
a ighitwas considered favorable and
her death. 'esulted f-om sudden comapl' i
cations. The fnneral services will be
held at the Richardson family buryin
ground at the "Sand Hills" this afte'
noon at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Richardson was
Miss Lou Dingle of Charleston. S. C.. a
sister of Mrs. Jno. R. Dingle of this
place. She is survived by her husband
and three boys.
Mrs. Tradeweil Dingle, who since her
recent illness. has been with her sister,'
Mv-. Ellison Capers in town, returned
today to her home a few miles from
town. We are glad to hear of her re- I
On Friday evening, at the home of
Mrs. J. A. James, the indlies of the Mat
ron's Book Club uave an entertainmenti
cemplimentary to their husbands The1.
club is to be congratulated upon the se-e
leetion of the features ot entertainment
for the evening. First a spelling class
composed of the gent lemeni only, was :
conducted by Mrs. 0. C. Scarbornugh
which afforded considerable emibarass
ment to them and untold enjoyment to
their more fortunate wives. Next, they.
were given Coco-Cola bottles, crepe pa
per, and needle and thread, and request
ed to dress a "doll." The honors in
these two contests were taken as fo
lows: For spelling best. Mr. 3. M Plow
den: for making the most artistic dres
e,Msrs. J. Fred Lanham. H. Augus- t
tus Richbourg, W. A. Anderson and
Capt. J. A. James. Thereafter, the
guess were invited into the dining room
whbere Misses Mildred James and Lucy. t
Mood served a salad course with coffee I
and then ambrosia with cake. The 1
pleasures of the evening were all that
could be desired, and it is unanimousl a.
conceded that the Matrons' Sook Club
deserves a place among the tirst: ir.sn
Mr. W. D. Frierson is spending the
day in town.
Hr. H. J. White. former Postmaster,3
at this place. and now traveling for.]
some Northern stationers. specnt a day
r two in town last week.
Mr. J1. M. Woodley and s.on of Sum:
te, spent a few days in town la.-t week
Mr. R L. Belser of Sumter. madea
business trip here last week. A. S.
Summterton. S. C.. January 1-.. 1910
Notice to Farmers" Sons.
I have been requested to organizec
and take charge of the Boy's Cor
Clubs of Clarendon county. The plan i
to organize clubs of not iess. than ten
memberseach in di:Terent localities
When that is done. we want a cou-t
o~rgaization. :he boys to elect their
town local and county u0,ieers. I will be
at the following places at 2:30 p. im.. on c
he dates mentione~d: Trinity. January
o:Sardinia, January :1: Manning
January 14: Wilson's Mill Deep Creek:
'January :'5 Jordan. January l4: Davi
Statio., .January :r: Summerton, Jan
:1: Paxville, January 31: Pinewood,
February 1: Turbea.'ile. Februarvy3
We will'meet at the school1 houses a
the several places. The parent'. boyvs
and teacher". are e'arnestly. requested
to take hold of thisi work. We have :i
to gain and nothin' to lose. .\i! of youi
meet ime at the above name*d places.
and I will then outlin~e the work an
show you its benefits. If there are c
other sections that wis to .rgoniz
cdubs, or any boy that wvishes to Nin
3 P.. 1. l . .-:.'KEL. . '
1 . I I .
\ I Ir As. t' t e e
\'hereas, N. h 1r cu, 0VA.%
iast re...oiced To hola chfurchhoe
enair! la~ni iu.hsed f.- that
>urpose an~i e~un :):.Ie of wur mm
>.,, haVe dec .i hat t hi, would ,;.
L, til- 1im b 'he 1e:fr te c ue
>Ur chuireh ha.. i o provde a
.'u...e of! wor!,hi;>. for w- ich; .a ih.r.
i.tor i-net mi any ify to - -
md on acovunt ..f th:s ::Li:urv.
>stor has left uI, and no: havin:: :JO
>astor, and no hoas of worVhp at .\lan
dii. and there being a ,uitabe hous.e
: \cl.S. C., and alrea,:y beving a
ranch -f our church there, be it
Resolved. That the organizat ion of
4 The Clarendon Baptist Church b
noved to Alcolu. S. -.. and :he church
.lerk is hereby outhorized to furnish
tter. of disnis.on to all niibers not
esiring to move their rembership to
'eiu. Be it furthcr
Resolved. That we h-earti,'y coimmend
iur pastor to any church which may be
o fortunate as :o Secure his pastora
It further u, pleaure to
eCar te-timnon. to .re worth and purity
I his entire family, e.peciaily the
a!u. of his compsa'nien in lbor. who i
Sre:-e iui nenly ciientL as . wo r Kevr
mnong her own *ex. an-i the %ouun Peo
Done bv order of the Church.
C. W. BL.\NcHAlm.
L. R ALDER.\,.N. Moderator.
Church Clerk. Pro-tem.
Clareadon Coanty Boys' Club.
Boys. aet buzy. Now is the time to
e-in preparations 1or your prize acre
f corn. We want to euroll at. lea.st two
undred boy. in the C:arendon County
;ovs' Corn Club for this year. The re
ults showed up very whli ]a- year con
ideriog the circums-tance: but we
rant to do a ;ot better this year. Fach.
soy will be expect.-d to cultivat- his !
.cre und.:r the farm d.e.mon4tration
an. A compe:en t man has been em
oyed to superintcud the boys. who
6rI! instruct. th-em fromn time to time
n text books and other literatur-- bear
no on corn culture. It i-; our ini-to.
o have a number o! prizes again and
o 4) have it arranged that m
: a widely distr'bated a, ps:)Ie. A -
orize trip to Washingtin will again h
ince of the priL. worth tr: ing for.
.arious journalk are uvirg consid.-r-1
Able attenton to the prize winners of.
he pa,.t year. South 'a-trolia headsi
he list with 1.-d buneis: Miss-.ippiI
econd with 14- bu-hel.: Arkansas
hird with 13.~ bu-hei:., and \ rginia
ourth with i:1: bushes the acre. The
our boos who produced the above
mount~s won Ui'e trip., to Wahington.
'hey were shown the sigh~s at that
it: and each received a diplomna from <;
he agricultural depatrtinent. Tnhere is1
o reason why a Clarendoin boy ,.haill
ot be among the highly honored :hi,.
-ear. and if you ni i:)g to wvorkc now
n earnest we can win. The Clarendon i
vunty plan of organizaution ist at tract.
ng wide attention, and we want to
nake our county the banner county in
he Sout~h this year. Let every boy
etween 8 and 18 years of a;:e send in
tis name. and I win! send you b~ar'
orm to -dgn and return As fast a.
our namne, are enrolled ,hey will be.
ent on to) Washington. and put on th
nailing lists there, and you will begin~
o receive bulletins from the depart
Parents-. encourage your boys in this
reat movement I want the teachers
broughout :he county to read this
.rticle to the bovs at school a:.3 get
hemc to enlist. If you are oine of the
ys who tried hast year. cater and try
hat much the harde-r this year If at
irst you don' succeed, try. try agtain.
\~ct promptly. and let's get a ::ood
tart early in the vear.
F. J. BitowNE.
Co. Se pt. Ed.
How's This :
We offer One Hndtred Do:.-s Reward !oi
ny ca..e of Catards that cannot be cured by
an-. Catnrrh Cu.re.
We. th(euner-..m:ned.. h-ve 1W.'. 1 F. J. z:Mney
or th as 1 5.i y-. andt. 3--i-.e h' pefc
,onorabic inSUi bu..ine-.s tranactn'.andi nan
jlanv able to carry o.ut any o!.it:r., meale by
heir frm. C
IALisi.. KIss~As & MiI vNs. whole r
1... To~edo. 0.
Hat-. Catarrh Cure ', uak'n im-:-ra..acunr.
irect.y upon :t- heli.(d and ci.u- '..*rI.r
he sy.temP. Price me ;--r I.t-- :.d n :y nt
The Ceafedeate .Monment.
The movement so lon:: ne::iected has
t last begun to erect a mouumeu.nt to
e memory of the heroes. who wore the
~rav.-soldiers whosec record wa the
arveof the civih~zed wo:Id. Clarendon
ow propo~ses to lace up)on the court
iouse square a suitable mark of its pia
riotismn by h avin;: erected a ,h::.t i n
ianor of tho-.e whzo re-ponded and lai d
lown their lives upon their countV'sl
tar. .All contihutions -.e-t to Ti!
L\NNINoi Tz.M:s will be ack~nowled::e
brough its columns.
F. H. Lesesne ........ ... .....1 00)
souls Levi...........-------.--10 00
*red Lesesne ... ..............1
)avid lD..Jones.. ....... ....... 10 Lo
. L. Gree......... .. ......... -~> 0
'.M. Mlason........ ..... ...-- o
\\anted a cook. .\pply at THmE TISrIES
Taken up;- ( 'e hog. u.)u::'-r cant get
amefi by appling to Dr. .\. S. Todit.
ud paying expen- -
-or Sale-Five-room3 housei. :~ud lct on
riaial -:reet in townr of Mlannin: .
\ bargain 11. L. 1&l. Mianning. S. t*
.\;ent \\'autd.-.\ libe-ram cominii
on *o youni'g white boys or me-n wh.to
an hut..Appy to .'r. .M. I). Haird1.
rrbvile. t.. '*.
Te fam ou. .\tanta )ptic-ian direct
~om th h..ome o:!iee of the famnou~
ia'.e (Optical hous:e. -.v i! rema at
he -store of his5 age-nt. T'he M:lning'
~hara. for two davs ,:y.v Ihe. -.th
mdvi :I!, .:. one .-l mi:, thi, th
f the mes: ret:o.wned and -.e---,
c!2 a.. re:i.' < ):tiia, a th 0. .ited
Dr. Clifton's Eup3gement. 4
hr. Clif ton. l:ve. 1.ir. Noi.i. and Th roa:
.pecialins: will. be at .Mannin~g I1harmfaev
.eigler. Thursday. Friday ari Satur
!ar this week. Three days only. Ali
uen 2remrmmeme..x.wmare.ar ma
_x - .i
CLARENDON COUNTY COURT HOUSE.
Ti e \--- .' -.. m .! : . '.- o ' ,. - w.be i in t *. h - a. .t fo.- .,t :: i: '.he bar &or use of ou icers of the Cout. Inw
.r rue:- -.---a buidi t - '- ' s. :I:-, a r .-. :n tre yr and per-ons having bi tness w-h the
dut ' l pr r;,-: p'..v.1...r ~:1.1co::in- I q--nt u'.-* N-- w n,:'e-h-. -.--, for r-c<-rdth>>a-. Co.rt. OppoI 0 c the Jud. - Stand and uder
. n .. c.',--. 4c.,- ,a r th, :..', i: .!mar::- t C. e. ,or p 1-- 1 of t- .:e.,t :- tnhe fru:t port~co i-i a Court Crier'% balcony. On
h -:- T~' - - N- ub': a:.t:2 in '-| of m--ta. con'truct! -n. :a.a- e .peco2y f''h -' t i. the Ju..:.'--= Stand is a Judge -Room
- e: a .:..:s t- ; r<:. w n.. r t.:-- -e '--r :e r--- -rd, af :n::y and a Jury !io~ar. both entereti direct from th
n -.;,::.--:th t..:: c',,. . y .r to cu.ne. There tio be n.thnse in th:. '. urt room: on the r:.tb of t.he Judge i one
..... .- u-h.: w.. no:-- .- CI r.-:n t.. . exc-pt the 'on. pap--r' :.n'I iargc Jury N.om. als,. entered direct from Cour .
,0 *!;-- .ftha- ..4 'I Iao. h.- . :a-- andl Us-- books :daper, ir>.):n. The' JurTs lJur ., and Jud;e' Room ha e
,: u w tc.d a- th.-y will t'ilet'.. on thi' floor there are al'so rooms for .
-; p a in-: :1% .:nw I.t.-t- ra' b'y the nre proof cav--%. Witne-.. in. r .Solicitor. Ma.stcr and La
.1 :V - .1-1 L% ho Watene' :hI ec-rt:.: . it Acr.-., h- c-rridor from the Ger ' . u.irteri. die.
-- a. :-,tfy to it:. h.t.z::.l cat.!r..- a:,- t ...'. th- one at tih. corner:- 'or the In the b.-.e::t there are toilet roonms for
-r. - .,'-.t :n-ateri. wer' u'na: -.::n--'r.;. .,Ier.t . S -h..nd os p voded with wh:tc an-d color'd peop.e. a fuel and hez-ter
h- ..': i: f.,.a' ,..-' ca--. A.\.:...in:: hi comewer h .1uditor" room (for .he bui .i !, to be heated by steam)
.W-. .. a.'r. re .:..-- a ih lc..nect'n;: '.::)t r rec.rd. Tbe- a. severa xtora:e rooms.
- t.r 1e, fra.- b-: '. .\u A.di.tr- oIt\.:-- h.;. a puhbe cepc a ratd The bu:!dn;: has an e&ctric lighting .syStem.
' .e .- !.-:te W'h- r..:n his n..in; spxac- .y a counter and rai. plumbini and %team heating plant. Al room..
21 ..l'-"...e 1. .:..:-.::r n TCis pu'. -ic.;>ae- 1% in o acaton with th- are- iulsy furn!hcd with %ubstantial equipment .
-: t irries-. :. ..-d .d. i atic spe of he Trew'.4 - ee which ad- and metai record are provided where need
- T res oh.::c.e 'ooo-tlvn;-!- I -'. .... :t. The t'.aut. which :, ?ire proof. ha-. m.et- ed.
- -r. p..t. . ,d d -i- vau:'. I -r ---4, and..:b r-cord'.. The Tren.'- The building is morumental in character and
1- . .. .. new r:-i ee ;ain: h.- .u.::tor-. Ic' n.d and w% cia.ic in de-;. With It. man"ive stone col
e e..thti - c:..w:::ch ',:--expine t- ir pu!i:e spaes cpa->nect umn-.. carves stone cspitls and terra cotta and .
-c i-:c''i:.h:J.n 4 -- :oh d-r. 3. th..t a..:ac' c.au atternd to .tne entabature standing out in relef from ,
r'l--.-- 1' -- in r..t h ::h the m namma of inconven- the building. the entrance is made its promi- -
p .h- n trei--h .n.': t. - -nc-- re :- a0-' a1 pa... .'do.w between the r-nt feature and t;pilles the strength of the Jus ,
et :. * .. *re. .".-th a I-.' t T.work-n, s -"h.- twooCe'. 'argeenough Lice that w11 adlninister within it wa1s.. .
-. :.: r..: . ' to p.. :.be 'Tr:ea.r' e. dup:icoa-. throu:h. A1 The structure rests on a substantia stone
. :ca;-.: .. - anls ,. ' hi.:h- c..ur'*er .eparates the Treastarer fro the pub.c b:se 5.6 ieet highb tha! . !ves the necesbury ap
. o, 1. :1 11 t 1:"* tha is1''e -p se-- o 1:, .,Mee. whieh '.;- -.eparate windows p-arance of support to the wans above. Above .
arr etrae.-> t'ie 1.r'. r". whi-- ai C-:Od. this. th: wails ar- fac.1 with red brick laid with .
.'. diia-- by' two c- r.ai cr.' c'r i- ' 0:: theriht .i...;uu ent-r firs.t co'm--s the "u- re;:ular '.int.. alled with pure white mortar .
he :! rito th.. ..:: -et -. Thie p-rr-..'-r , 'rte-. a .ar::e riom with %mall r- i made frni..: dine nd white sand. Crowning the .
- . c.r' r- ;. c :-.ai p-.. -.:.tie the Sr-nff,. o''lc" with vault. : %-a . :a c proportioned cornice of terra cot- .
- 1c w . o, .rne f the bl.,dii: the )O-'.r.t--a ta with p.rapet wall above. The roof is a slop- -
TI-p .* : r- .:- i- -. a..--.\co :h--corrid'r fromflh the M:tra-.c'. In= man-.ard. curved on it.s exposedI faces with
.,r :r :::.:- --- t- Jud:--- Oe-ith a l. ar site. The whole forms a beautiful and
.-I h MI;. r . : t...."a a-.. th l.:.L 1 : 1ne fot:.' VAult .r ree-.rru.ini. 'The bianc.' of th" %p.ace w.:I propsrtioned buildin;,: that has met with .
e*:cn on :h- :I ;.,*.I en:-r a-e -- iac'-L sof on th. .Ide i. :i..en to the Grand .ury. it hein:: the universal praise of those who have seen it
.et C.-rK of Cour:.. cov::.t-ti: of : en'a-- oile I the 'ar;c-t rourn con t -o 1or and is suitable for and which will be a credit to the town for ad
, a i t.e.,rd i,,no.. T .: :-n--ra. .):.c, is ar- h :.in-: pett court'..
-Vha"t.. PW' l ~C 'UC .". (I h"'f a' Oft I;" .]PnOtl 1lr which
fro:n *h-a ':;.:1 '(j'.f.. ::.. w ic-.' - ua T Ct- m i--t ar-cond . ~' he Nctp the color e:fect that the green foliage of '
. b f arl t.a.'ac.rde.aredI 'r athe-.;. each. La-i an arnc.I' at h ,.led of the the tresill ieI acatast tne red brick wal and -
S.- w ar't tr..p:;ee--- .! .t.. r t ,..o It a : r ifl nr;ne . tt ds t i i.:ht torr-. cotta and stone ba-se. column. and *
! :--z4 :!; h!, 0I ... Th. p:c to t- Co:r :eti t ine.:on :. thAt as aru.- cirnice sur-nounted by the dark slate roof. It '
s:1 i..: e.net : pc . . whit- a r1Ieu and peasiut to the eyes. 1. propor- *
- ti .t:- t- crppp t1.--th.-. Tn- Court R..omn .a-i-ise the arti.stic %ense and its soddif,.
- Th *I.'c'n! It.n is tir.- p",f throu:h - . . ., t w:th :a hi::h pane:edl ceining with tns
- w::a h e n' i;.:.". <: 4.-r: : .t-.; A s.:d ; deep c-.-' .- cornic-.. T!.:- r,om ;yteI a ha n
- <d e'-s: hlet trt ';:a-- in whtch w:r oine ap.--ne'. waith its. art a::-.w ceiun:: li:ht The ArchItect so carefully observed the lim
,,:n,e ta.%,.:. it, i--.-atin;: :.. f.a': nta art ':.- wim.w it.h r':-r of the JudI:e - it- as to cent a ithmut .acriicin: any of the re
h * e7Z os-.' t'o-;t: a.::;er.-te ::1. a:.a stand a:ol d--corated ced ln.: of pure e.iurr. quirem --t of the occupant or of good con
:::. u"ta furniture. -i ne v tal...:ion I. perfect there bein: six -tructon that the c.'omnaissioners were abic t.t
1".. :- r .-.. r:. t, a:,-. ::.- e trip;; c w::d-w'c. on each end -f the Court turn over to the county a Duilding ful:1:1-g -.
: ir,:a st'r.' in acter i'.-:. Tnit- ptu:.c &p.e c.ntains 10 opera re.uirement and complete In it-s equipment at a .
-1. ra.V. T.m..ta c ae: : -Cter- - n i- .: re..paceecio.ed with- cost within the %um anoted for the work.
Itch c.;re-d in .-' minutet b-y Woo "
rd- . ::ay L'atioin. N er fa:s. Sold
Tax Sale. fnr
Stat' of South Carolina.
I will ..ell at public acinfr'
t-ah, in front of the Towan Hall. 0n ==
e uirst Monay in F~ebrua.ry, (th- \e are now mauatrn at 'anning ~
illom:: escrbedprope'rty for .
ws.908-9.1909$X-1(: , l grades ofC m er ilFr ti.+lizr s~' and so
All that pi~ce, patre. or tract of ao
ro"nof i"nitni." " a0nd licit your patronage. We use only high
be stteofH. 13. I .v. and baounded ,,
nes:ontht' Eaot by wes grade maternal, and 9NO FILLER."
~oudary Streeft:n the South by'
'sare S. M1. Yoauwaus andI W. E.
rwn: on the WVest by Alley; on the
:rth hv innds of WVtx. James.
Chif cfMEALiC MIXTURES A SPECIALTY.
Jaznary 15. 1910.
N H UITE D8IRCI~OlR1 We make the price right and guarantee
District of South Carolina. satisfaction. See us before you buy.
fl th att er of A. Abram,. Bankrtip.
-o' :! ('--ed itors:
No.riq herebyV given tha.t ont the.
uda that the'~ firs: tmeetinlf of his credi
or, wil 'be hield at my oflice in the
4 Jauatrv. 110.. a: 11 'cX!ock A. M.,reien n
twhtih tme :.he said crIeditoart C.mayx i resrr
t--id. at ove their ciah::4. aplrxdut a
L'nt:aet -'eth ot:her bu.'int'e'. a, mtay
r"ope.rly '-cme before the m~:In.: .ag
I. C. STP.\U.'.S.
___ i~e-.'ce.THE M~ANNING HARDWARE Co.
Many Thanks --__
toa the peaopap of Clarendon ar. (roc'r'untle
: :-:' t h e': p 'a t -y e a . W wi a y o u ~~a r . ' o ' l~ a e
a ap' anld pro sperouarNew
youi ju,: cau't he lp u ;:e aic. s)ri"C .fltr
remnember you can N h besti
an~i pues: druo wherequalit
Ntan. \air-t.Iaa us
.:;ent. foar Pai. Tifn'
IHE EM ~iNiPIMI.Y1'~\I~S~i~.I~
Tlh*' D~rug Store w!: the large Mteta
itali ordler butsin ' fbcc ar 'It".E
- THE U~hllo 018,IGI OURI
IN BANKRUPTCY .~.;t.:
Sh a:et of W. .\ .iaa:.:.e - -
~st da' ao!f Dteember. 19l i. the. .said WV.
h Ii:: atnd t hat t:he : rt mee't ing of h i-i
a.< ::': ..f S:intr. S. r.. oti the 'f>:hWX VW
avo .lt.in. ay.' 10. i~ ai'' - 'c .i.
!~ ;'t. : w aitb : "-:: - -:: ,a d re it r
a a::- .a pr:.i.-'.:..-airat. poi
The. es::in the w:::rlptd n
At Old Prices..
I have just received a beautiful
Line of White Goods, consisting of
Linens. Flaxons. Batiste. Madras,
Naiisook, Dimities, Lawns and
Linenes. While cotton is 70 per
cent higher than it was a year ago
l am in a position to sell to you
these good at the same prices.
A beautiful Line of Chambreys,
Percales and Ginghams. These are
always in demand.
can show you the prettiest Line
of Embroideries you have ever
seen in Manning.
I have a Line of new "Crossett"
Shoes. in various styles, which
"makes life's walk easy."
Also a Line of new "Maxim"
Hats, in the latest colors and
shapes. T'xill be a pleasure to
show you these goods.
"The Young Reliable,"
Fhe Sumter Iron Works,.
SUMTER, S. C.
Under New Management.
MACIIlNERY AND SUPPLIES.
truthers-Wells Steam Engine.
Stover Gasoline Engine.
Nagle Boilers, all sizes and types.
Central Foundry and Machine Co.
Vance Saw Mills and Wood-working Machinery.."
The Buicks & B. M. F.
11 types carried in stock for immediate shipmant
11i at the right prices and on satisfactory terms.
Drop us a line for full particulars. Give us a trial and let
s sho iou.Yours very truly,
The Sumter Iron Works.
you can get what you like and will like
what you get. When you cast your eye on
ithis list it's pretty sure you'll find some
~ting you'll need to day or tomorrow:
SFine Dress Suits,
jDress Goods, Notions,I
- Fall Overcoats,
Rain Coats, Hosiery,
Shoes, Hats, Shirts,
all ready here for Ladies' Men, Youths' and
I.nmn HHHM 'HIHUME