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Tie State of South Carolina,
County of Clarendon.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
B. A. Johnson, Plaintiff
Jonn D. Washington, Defendant.
UNDER AND BY VIRTCE OF A
Decretal Order of the Court of Common
Pleas for Clarendon County. dated the
tend day of Sept ber,1910, I will se!l to
the higrhest bidder for cash, on Monday,
the 7th day of November, A. D., 1010.
the same being salesday, in front of the
Court Nouse at Manning. in said Coun
twikin legal hours of sae. the fol
ing real estate:
All that lot of land lying. being, and
situate in the town of Xaning, Claren
don county, State aforesaid, containing
one-fourth of one acre, more or less,
and bounded as follows, to-wit: North
by lands of estate of Hercluse Boyd,
East by lot of Sarah DeLaine, South by
New Street and West by lot of Henry
Dosier: the said lot being same as con
veyed to the said John D. Washington
by deed of Dorety Dixon, et al., bearing
date of March 7, 1903.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
E. B. GAMBLE,
Sherif Clarendon County.
stae o Souh .. n
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Irene Legg, Blanche Lesrt, Davis Legg,
W. W. Legg, Herbert Legg and Ap
Lege. by W. P. Iagg, tneirGzardian
ad litem, and Laura A. Legg and N.
Kr- Coffman, Plaintiffs
John N. Legg and Daniel T. Legir. alias
Dan Taylor, Defendants.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
Judgment O)rder of the Court of Com
mon Pleas for Clarendon County,
dated June 10th, 1910, I will sell to
the highest bidder for cash. on Mon
day, the 7th day of November. A. D.,
1910, thesame being salesday, in front
of the Court House at Manning, in
said County, within the legal hours
for judicial sales, the following real
(a) All that lot of land situate in the
town of Manning, Clarendon County,
and State of-South Carolina. mnessuring
in fron; on Brooks street of said 1;pwn
about sixty feet and running Eastward3
aboot three hundred feet, and bounded
as foflows: North by the at of Estate
of Rigby; South by the Estate of L-.vi:
West by Brooks street of said town and
East by Church street of said town.
(b) Also all that lot of land situate in
said town. County and State. measur
ing in front on Brookr's street about
forty-five feet, and running Westward
about one hundred and forty-eight feet,
and bounded as follows: North by lot
of W. E. Brown: Souathby lot of J. W.
Mc~eod, and by lot of Brown and LDick
son; East by Brooks street and West by
lot of W. E. Brown.
(c) Also all that tract of land situate
in said County and State, containing
fifty-tire acres. more or less, and bound
ed as follows: North by Public Road
known as the Georgetown Road: East
by lands of Rhame: South by lands of
Rosa Weinberg and~ R. EL Davis and
West by lands of Mary E. Hodgze and
by lands nw- or formerly of James
Purchaser to pay for papers.
E. B. (iAMBLE,
Sheriff Clarendona County.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Cmunt of Cirenden.
IN COtRT OF COMMON PLEAS.
May V. Whilden, Plaintiff
Sam Lawson, Richard B. Smnythe.
Sumnmerton Mercantile Company,
Lanham Coskrey Company and W.
A. Coskrey, Defendants.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
Judgment Order of the Court of Com
mon Pleas, in the above stated ac
tion. to me directed, bearing date of
Septemuber 30, 19J10. I will sell at pub
lie auct ion, to the highest bidder, for
cash, at Clarendon Court House. at
Manning, in said county, within the
legal hours for jndicial s.ales, on Mon
day. the 7th day of November. 1910,
being satesday, the following diescrib
ed real estate:
All o: that lot. piece or parcel of land
situate onl the Northern side of lRail
road A :enue. in the Town of Summentr
ton, in the County of C~arenjaon, in s.aid
State,reasuring anod containingt in front
on sai(c street forty-:ive feet: on its
Northe-n line. Ofty-two fee: o. it
Eastern line, iifty-three feet. ado.. it
Western line twenty-eigrh: feet, the said
dimens.ons more or iess.: batti:: and
bounded on the Nor:.h and North-east
by land of the estate of WV. C. D~ukes: on
the East by land of T. G. I ogan and of
others: on the South by Railroad .X.e
ne, arnd on the West by land of I'ete
Purcha.ers to pay for lpapers.
E-. D. GAMULE.
)ueh41t and which has been M;
s borne the signature of "1
s been made under his per
Wprvision since its infancy. S4
raoe o deeiveyor mh is. r
ns "e-t-o rgood"are but
anch and th(3urhalth ee no
.ince nt t
;.o ,r Cazte:' -Oil, Pam-'.
rphine eter Narcotic
ranxc. Ri destroys Worms; fr
cStes DofSoh and Wind
uICoS cur costpation. H
es the Food, reUlateS th
healthy and narsh ! sleep. an
re Uways Bou hTF
Per 30 Years. t
LvSTA= ayf O c er 190m ilsl o a
State of South Carolinae A 1
Couty of Clardon.un
COURT OF COM-MiQN P.LEA*S.
B. A. Johrctn. Plaini 17
Celson Engsh, Phylid Scottf ad
Semxe Friersona bycadants. I
U.N D ER AN"D T B Y V IItT IUE O F Aj ".
2 Decreta t Oder ( the Court of crcoon m
Pleas for Claroc County. dated the Ib
I sn: day of Oclober. a9. will sell tof
the hihet bidder fr cash. on Monda o.
the 7th dav of NXovember. A. D.. 1910,
the-same beinz saiesday, in front of the 132
oH Manniiz. in said Coun
ty, within legal hours of sale. the fol- ly
lowing real~ estate: i
All that tract cotainin 1 acres and d(
bounded on the north by lands of NeLcis
Appelt, East by lands of Adam t
Cutchen, South by lands of Semmie
Frierso and West by lands of Lavinia
AlE that tract G conAinic1 acres h.
and bounded on the 'North by Seincnie jif
Frierson: East by landso of Adam McF o
Coh J ntningsa.nton
. All Moise Placintaii t are
sonR.n\lisdlto Eand b. H.nd olf. ADe-m
Soe nd tb a ndsts-,o enteF
Decetl rdr f heCortofComnt ~ F
PlI -for ef Clarendonnyda-dtee
3The SdayoSetember South CI w i el t
th 7tideo neb. . Dfo. De910,
tensabnts saedy nrnfte r
oingra ee Ica
De1eta Order oflan the Court( omn
olsfr Clarendon Csaidtte ad octe
in~ dheTow ofPe oodr. 1 C., andl sllt
teriestdde for cNo. 1 on Blo "K"
the a7 pay of Nid emown, sAid !c ., mesri
eght-fie (85)~ faeedyi froonto Sute' a
strtHu and running. iac ai un- p
I ~.withito Reaload ovnu sadeth fof- a
al thtercinfndi the Coast yR
ofddlaenon ino thed Peeaee and loate
pny the Toed reof. inod S.o N.. ad
rprened soN.7.onBlc ~i*
Puchtasier to5 pay for ors Sit
Shee, ndrni Cacdo aunrv.
oe hundre send youe12 ofit e prettfeest.
anhisu nd tsen lot touse wit 4c. to w
Ia posdtate from thein eeeand Cotha t
yrnaeein reorde ins Ca Ecage
thae 3orl. Addes
PucAMILYt pay ARs. I
24-4 Vanewae. . Ne YABL.k.s
fo Claerin Cundon Cty.,h
M.e i setn, youa E. oftBetune.
Untt co. Betue (now T~ ouchberrv)u3
tbstand searyiJ. Btohune, forerh 4c t
ininosaeadmiig n a h
frctd. 17th 1o9iswewllasop.
yourinae nor DscarEcge
feYo will getlycaodtherudge of over
bte forld CAressnCut, nte1t
admillstaply oo the estate of Plarot
fC.rEngdncoued. oite t
day of Nove .e H9. fo leNG. o
dischar~ as ( \d inisorCaois.
S. B'aue, S.a tra . E. 1et u.
Notice of Discharge.I
We will apply to the Judge of Irn
befor Clarendon Couty, on he 14th a
dof November 1941, for let te of '.
hargeisaxtio of the etate of aro
C.Samul, deceated. deesd
H ENI:Y N!. wNx.
No ice Yof DaiscAlasrght
Bewlars ythe h JCe0! ~
Sigare ofEe~tro tec.z~
FOOLED HIM BADLY.
>w He Kicks on Letters Written In
the Third Persor.
[n one of tLe I ris rcst:urants a
rty of liter::ry :::':: 'ere discussin
C, mecrits of v:irhus epistolary styles.
ie o: tLem.. ter A.. :de a
rce attack on letters wifttto:: In tle
ird person. sIch as *Monsicur X.
s the I'1nor to inf::n''- ::nd so o:.
iother of !he ,, rty defended then.
tintainin;r th:t they were_ not only
yre c--renouus. but that :hoy were
*That's a :ood idea:" replied Mon-;
-ur A. "The foundation of all p.
ness in letter writin;t is to express
-arly what you me:n to sa. Now.
thing can be m''re :ize tha'
ese confoundted notes in - the third
rson. I will just tell you what hap
ned to myself. I received from my
end D.. the chief of division, :a billet
ux. which I will show you.b
raking the note from his pocke'.
onsieur A. rend as fol!ows:
Monsieur D.. chief of diviVsion at
e war ofice. hastens to inform his
lend. Monsieur A., that he has just
en named chevalier of the Legion of
,you can fancy my delight at read
. this note." continued MonSieur A. a
was the happiest man i., the world. r
ran to an engraver and ordered him
make the flattering addition to my
rds. *Monsieur .C. Chevalier of the
gion of Ionor.' I ran to a mercer's r
:d bought a piece of the richest red r
>bon for m) buttonhole. I ran to
e houses of my friends for the pleas- 4
e of rc-;lvin- their congratulations. :
: last I ran to my friend D.'s. As '
on as I caught sight of him I threw
rself into his arms. *Ah. my dear
low.' 1 exclaimed. 'you have no idea
bat pleasure you have riven- How
all I ever thank you sutficlently'
You are an excellent fellow, my
,rtby A.. to sympathize thus with
'Thank you for that expression; the
coration is mine. and the happiness
'How is that? Have you received
'Certainly; have I noty
xo., my good friend: 'tis I who am
w made chevalier.'
'Tes. You deserve the honor more
an I do, but, nevertheless. It has
en conferred on me-'
"'But you wrote me word that I had
eived the cross.' I took his letter
Lt of my pocket and showed it him.
as! I now understood clearly what
anning I ought to assign to the am- 4
guous phrase. 'The deuce take you
d your note.' I sad to D. 'Instead!
your affected and formal announce
ent in the third person. why could
u not write to me simply and plain- 1
"My dear friend, I hive the pleas
e of Informing you that I now am
Quakers Never "Nervous." r
It is not in my memory that a pro- a
ssng Quaker ever came into my ::
inds to be treated for nervousness. L
the opinion I have already stated so .
ten is correct, namely, that want of
ntrol of the emotions and the over
pression of the feelings are prime
uses of nervousness, then the fact -
at discipline of the emotions is a ies- -
n early and constantly taught by
iends would help to account for the
frequency of this disorder among
,em and add emphasis to the belief'
such causation.-From ''Self Help
yr Nervous Women." by Dr'. Kearsley
A Remarkakie Man.
John Ziska, the great flussite leader
the fifteenth century. was one of
e most remarkable men that ever
-ed. is life story reads like a ro
ance. Nothing in history is more in
resting, more thrilling, than the ac
unt of his heroic deeds. Though
nd and always greatly outnumbered.
ska invariably beat his enemies and'
tablished for himself a famce that
ill last forever. He was never beaten
a battle. His very name was a ter
r to his enemies. He died in 1424
bile besieging Prazabislaw. at the:
e of sixty-four.-NYew York Ameri
The origin of the spoon is uncertain.
must have been invented at a very
cient date, for it is found among
~ople that have never come into con
et with civilization. The necessity
having some implement for dipping
ater seems to have led first to the
venton of the calabash or the use
'the cocoantit shell and later on to
Didn't Know "the Uncle."
Aunt Jane-I guess Mr. Spender must
Sa very neat person. Edith-And;
hat leads you to that opinion? Aunt
me-He told your Uncle George all
s clothes but those upon his back
ere hung up. Some men, you know,
row their things round anywhere.
Mistook the Punctuation.
The Young Wom-m~" (surprised and
dignant)-How dared you tis me,
r Penitent Young Man -Why, you.
.d you'd like to see me do It. The.
aung Woman-But you know as well .
I do that I said It with an exclama
yn point at the end:--Chicago Trib
The Assent Sarcastic.
He (at the end of a fishing story)
y word, it was a mnonster: 'Ton myv
ord,. I never saw such a fish In may
e: She-I don't believe you ever
Riches are able to solder upl an
>ndance of flaws.-Cervantes.
HUNT'S CURE I
Gjuaranteed Cure for all
AT ALL DRUG STORFS. 50m~
The haughty looking woman upon
hose features the derniatologist bad
en working for more than two hours
2eer('id when she glanced In the mir
$r. "1 certainly thought you k-new
:our business," she snappd, "but you
ave not even given me fair tret
The :nan shr;;:ged his shoulders. "If
Iu ad wantel fair treatment you
.u!l have been more explicit." he
-Iorted. - thought from wh't yon
>!d me that you wnnted brunette.'
Brave as a Boy.
7ei::ler -I ree that Gausier has b -cn
iven a ai:idal for bravery. Match
ete- W:-. : probably deserved It.
ahv.ays was Lrnve I remember
!c: he was :a boy that he was the
ily one in the neighborhood who
. n to his n:uthcr when she
.nkoned with one hand and held the
her behind her hack.-Chicago News.
Dr:.ssed in l.at: and Yellow"
T .r.:z in - b : a:-:<I o::e t remi
or a! cou. an; d - celd. 1)o not
u:a ", b taoU (et.
V...e Iot and Tar in
!!owv e:a-:on with lack toI s.
.iorown ". Co.
At first -lance the novclis title. "The
ainbow." seemed to be lacking in
nificance. but as it afterward de
oloped t:iat the hero blushed crim
.a. was blue with the cold. had his
ps gro- gray. was sei:ed by a black
z. fell into n brown study. grew
reen wth envy. ;urple with indigna
on. livid with fear. yelow with cha
rin and scarlet with embarrassment.
ae title proved to be entirely apt.
The pillory in England was abol
hed as a punishment. except for per
iry. In IS1- and was totally abol
:bed in IS37. The last person to suf
r at the Old Bailey was one Peter
ossy. for perjury. June =2 1830. Not
ithstandin; the fact that this mode
f punishment was supposed to be only
r the lighter offenses, it often hap
ened that the pillory meant death to
ose placed In it. the culprit frequent
r being stoned to death by the heart
:-ss mob.-New York American
Next Best Thing.
-Say. Mayme. did you ever have any
at!e soup*' asked a rawboned youth
f the girl beside him.
"No.' admitted the maiden: "but,"
dded she. with the conscious dignity
f one who has not been lacking In so
;. exptPience. -I've been where it
Fored &o Leare'ome.
Every year a large number of poor
alferers whose iunns are sore and
%eked with coughs are urged to go to
noher climate. Uut tls is costly and
o a:ways sure. There's a bet ter war.
.Dr. Kinr's New Dise.very cure
ou :t home. "t eured me of lun::
ruble," writei W. it. Nelson, of Cal
mine, Ark.. *when a!! else failed and
.ained 4. pounds in weigh:. Its sare
thxe king' of all cough and lung cure--.
hou sands owe their lives :a health
it . ;.s ositiveiv guaranteca f..r
rop- all T hro.i a;n. L.u:: trouble.
e ad 81.0-ii Tiahl bottle frte at .l
In Cotton and al!
Reds. Etc.. from.
S ecia-st i:h
wer Bt cnand I
speit as i
i iee..- na.i of a Ge-rman chemical.
o-:- <.: ,..- many saluab'e incredientsof
K~clidnev' Re-med%-. Hlexamethy
leneit-tratnine s reco;:nized by medical
text books and authorities a; a uric aid
solvent and anti-septic for the urine.
Take Foley's Kidney Remedy promptly
at the Iir.t si::n of kidney trouhl. ":Ai
avoid a -riiu. :nalady. W. E. lrown
Song of the Fame.
Fire can .c made ;siu;. . writer
says: -Take a lighted candle and blow
gently against the Came. You wvi!l hei.r I
a peculiar tiuttering sound. The Cutt-r
Ing sound Ls ire's tirst attempts at nu
sic. Instead of the unsteady breath of
ol:r lips let us employ the steady b!as-t
of a blowpipe. Instead of the pale and
flickering lght of a candie let us use
the bright and ardent glare of a chem
ist's lamp. When you have a lamp and
blowpipe you can make fire sing in
An Evident Success.
"So you have a position as stenogra
pher. I hope you will succeed in mak
ing yourself indispensable to your em
"I think I have. auntie. We are to
be married next month."-Pittsburg
"Noah must have felt lucky when he
landed after his lon sail."
"Yes." replie'I the New York im
porter. 'Think of a man landing all
that cargo without a customs oficial
to say a word:--Wasbington Star.
Just What He Wanted.
"Is your suburb wholesomeT'
"No. old chap. It ain't. My wife lost
her vo!ce as soon as we moved out
-NWhat's the pr!ce of the lot nest to
Reaching The Top
in any callin:: of life. enar.ds a vigor
os lbadvand a keen brala. WithouL
heal.h there is no succes. But Eicc
tric Uitters is the :reote:,: Health
Builder the world has ever kn'wn. It
compioels perfect action of -tomach. lic
cr. kidneys bowels. nurities and enrich
es the blood. tones and invigorates the
whole system and enables you to stand
the wear and tear of your daily work.
"After months of sufTering from Kid
ney Trouble." writes W. M. Sherman.
of 'Cushing. .e., "three bottles of Elec
r,c Bitters made me feel like a new
man." .c. at Al Druggists.
"Reginald. I'm awfully sorry, but
papa says he doesn't want to see you
coming here any more."
"Boadioea, your father's wish is aW
He Oal- nkoe gee Dia sq it I o
i belp It. Whkt even A e _
does he spend downtown?-Chicaytr
Force of Habit.
"A thousand stars are looking down
on you this night," said the poetical
young man to the girl.
And she unconsciously put her hands
up to arrange the position of her hat.
"W hve had aoffcaWlwarnig
"never heard of such a thng."
"G.yes; it was last month's bill."
Woi. Black. WhfIte.i
How mna'le at the prliee, '9
ze 5 1--: ' 9 '.2 Better i
-' ondl v'alue in 'denl a
rs. naile ofI rer l' erealte.
t- he kindi thatt we'ar wecll 4
.reyoubu. Al1 shzes anld
tan is. We sell the best 4
1i Cambrics ~
i- 1 She speial I or: pr'ice ii
o Trade at
argume::t 1 '
go on its Zer. l itv
boundari- of cm Sn d Sr;dne: 2
"Here's a nickel," said a thrifty
housewife to a tramp at hcr door.
"Now. what are you going to do with
"Weli. mum." replied the hungry
m,,an. *if I buy a touring car I shan't
have enou:th left to pay my chauffeur;
If I purchnse a steam yacht there
won't be enough left to defray the cost
of manning her. so I guess, mum, I'll
get a schooner and handle It myself."
Not an Unmixed Evil.
"Poverty has Its blessings." &ad the
"That's ri:ht." replIed Mr. Sudden
-t. It was annoying to be wiped
out In Wall street as I was last week.
But it put an Immediate stop to two
threatened breach of promise suits."
'None of m- antics will stop that
kid from crying."
"I should say so. Darn a baby thatt
can't reallze when It Is being amused." z
Want to buy an automobile?
Demand a car free from flaws and
Insist that it be absolutely correct ii
Desire a car with years of success ba
Want a car thoroughly tried out in
no experimental features?
c0C~ffe3 ctr E1.rIg
Got a headache powder at
his store th-t cures a head
to stay cured.
It's a harmless powder.
Doesn't deiend on some I:
Goes straig-ht to the cause.
Removes it, too, YES, I
Buy a 10c. trial package
and let them lay in wait.
Ambush that headache
that's on the way.
Five 2 cent stamps brin
them back by return mail.
The Safe Prescriptionists,
I ianning. 5. C.
:Soath Carolir: State Fair Col::mbia, S.C.
The .\ianuc Coast: Line announces
~ry low rou:nd trip' r:.tes5 from all points e
a S.uth Caroixn te'. cover :he above
-casi5oD. Ticac~t o be on sale Octxe
h.r 29th to Novembe2r 4:h inclusive.
Iw.th re:turn !imit :o leave Columbia up
o td 'ie:sa ioru:. u no: later than.
et -i: :r-'ude :'.Sis..ion to the Fair
i :, fDep4:. .\zeu: a: M:tnnoz. .r
.ry cnt of te AtlarAtic C~oast Line
tr oferuisatio::as to rates,. schedules
T. :.ihte. Gen. Pa.Lsener A"'t.U
Wilmingtoo. N. C.
W E, Brown & Co1
H'ea dquarters for
J. Hi. HAWKINS.
TRY THE NEW
hi ng ne-w. !:resh and *'.can:
OUZON'S OLD STAND
STAPLE AND FANCY .
Mouzon's Grocery B
~LECT RIC TH7flE#TFO
Mt. Pleasant. S.(
TuE COE-MOziI.nr: CO.,
The following is a condensed report of
perience with Thomas Phospha:e this seas<
Numb.:r of tons used 23. character c
c'y loam. Crops, Cotton, Corn and Veg
Results, satisfactory. Used in combinati
(othcr Phosphates).Peruvian Guano,(Amnm
N irra Blocd Compost, (Potash) Muriate ::
phate. Application (per acre) 300 to 6
When and how applied, at time of plan1
drill. Remarks: There has been a mar
provwemn.a in land thea ruszed etten, by r
applicafions of Thomas Phosphat.
Yours very truly,
(Signed) H. R. H.
=RX 1 S12ZC to Tn3
Want a car that
Want the c&7 th
every mech. mzinimum labor att
Want the greate
ak of it? Then write as al
every detail. have the ctr you ar
the car that satistiet
er .A tornmoile
on the "home stretch"
pass under the wire ahez
son is over. Our stock <
is more complete than
largest and stock of
ever brought to Maurcia
Fencing just arrived to
The best on the market,
goods to be first-class.
The store where you
and the price the lowes1
BANK OF CLAREND(
W~e soileit your banking businc
tpatronize this sate and stron~t 1:
tinued growth and op~eration wi
as a doiar. speaks for itself. dof
We want to be~ your banker
customer. come and see us abou
yau arte, come and see us uh
od a :x hing for your,.cii.
Interest Paid on Saw
SBANK OF CLAREND4
A recvelato on. eas
utv. The le, t for RFE
t~hat you ' know
that in it w' F A f
Severy dolla ult so
)ds vehticle. t.
ds, built not ii::u.' a
ER [ZEA e. bothi
that it mnatter you hav,
.4s to tra'.el. tys start
ctiol o1 knov.a l
..ase and yetcrtn
Is worldi thi..t imy] V c
.e* is in the
entlon Top ....
rge Gas Lamp .....
~MA NR . ) CO
can be dependl
mt giveb maxim pleasre
be lowest possIbleeost of a
't anto:nobile value imi
once. We can convince you
lookin:: for. $1250 Eegai
-. Two vars,
think about qua*
)N. Manning. S c
.s. It is to you~r interest to
mk. Four years of con
hout the loss of as much
s it not?
. if you are not already a
t it and tell us' w).-. If
iv. It iscee-eo late to.
? o operatio!.. cotufort
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