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MANNING. S. C., .WN -. 1910
Publishes All County and Town Of
ST. PETER'S, NO. 54,
A. F. 1.
December 11th. Mnter .\t-nn
i ~eg-re. Annual S-%xpr. E!e
nion o.1 oMCers.
F. I.. \n1.F. . Fxzbt.E L4 %r. %A'
RUTH CHAPTER. NO. 40.
H ROYAL. .\RCH MNASONS
Regular Weeting. secor4 Mu
day in Each Month.
W.C. DArts.. H1. D. CL A Ks.
Hich Priest. Secretar.
Zanning Chaptor. No. 19
--Order ofEnustern Stur."
Ruareeina. First Tuesday
- .ZY4- :each Month.
(Mi-) F..wes DAvLS. W. M. i C
;(Miss) MAXvHA DAVI. Sec j 3
DON'T ?UT OFF
Making Your Christmas"
NEW FRUITS ARE IN
Seeded Raisins, Finest........ lb. 15c. S
Currants, Superb,........ ... 15c.
Choice,............ " 12,c.
Citron. Tender Drained ...... . "5c.
Dates. lb. 10c.. Layer Figs... 20c.
Soft Shell Almonds .......L.... - 25c.
S. C. Paper Shell Pecans....." 25c
Butterouts, lb. 18c., Filberts,.. 20c
French and Cal. 'Valnuts, 20. and 25c.t
Pecans -5c.t Almonds 60c. Walnuts Goc.
Superior Spices, Extracts and all other
requisites for cake making. e
Manning Grocery Co.
Purveyors to Particular People. a
Tomorrow i. -Thanksgiving Day.
The pot game hunters are abroad in o
The voices of the gobblers will be
The Shriners from this town will have
a glorious time in Columbia.
Mr. C. R. Sprott will soon begin the
erection of a mansion on -granny bill.''
The Sumter Bar has endorsed He,.
T. B. Praser for the position of associase d
Miss Eva Sires, of Charleston. is -n t
M.anning the guest of Miss Annie !
Dr. William Barron and his bride
left last Fridav for Columbia their19
Our friend Mr. J. B. Bag..al of Pax- a
ville favorea us with a bag of very fine t
3!rs. Gee. the mother of Mrs. J. H. t
Lesesne. is in Manning visiting at the a
home of her daughter.t
.\r. A. J. Tindal has sold his "Mill.,
Plasee" about five miles from .\anning
to Mr. J. E. Kelly for $30.000.
It will be several weeks yet before
the r,-uotva! of the poswofice to the
n.-w quarte,-s c-an take place.
.Ma'nning is w:-l represented in Ce!- Ti
umi. '.:.s to attend the performance i S
of ile. Liur at the opera house tonight. 1
"-A oxomnobile passed through town tI
la..t Saiturday that created considerable p
mirth because it hailed from Summer-i C
Mraj A be Levi has been elected a
director of the Northwestern railroad
in the place of Hon. Jos. F. Rthame-.
chased the --Black well" place about L
one mile east of Manning from Maj.
Mr. George W. Williams has severed a
hisemaploycient in the store of Mr. Louis sI
Levi, "and is now with the Rigby Dry
Tag TDxESofce isnow supplied w ith
trespass notices. They are a nick..l
apiece or fifty cents a dozen. Get them
while they last.
Read Hallet and Davis piano ad. Cet E I
a sharp pencil or fine point peu and' L
win a piano on Thanksgiving day. fA
Address S. I Till. Sumter. e
The managers for the State and county a.
election will get their pay through Mr.
L. R. McIntosh, and for the F~ederal e
election through Mr. C. J. Lesesne-.
Summerton is to have a third bank, h
and there is some hnts of athird bank
in Manning to be established on plans
which is to cheapen the way for money
The workers to raise the balance due
on the Presbyterian church are hump
ing themselves t~o raise the amount nec- n
essary to burn up the mortgage. They I
are doing things.C
Manning has a man who see't visions, a
and when he imparts the information I
which comes to hinm it usually foretells a
something which is going to happen inc
the near future.
it is reported here that Hon. 0. C. I '
Scarborough.of Summerton,h'as sold his C
plantation on Santee. about eight miles
from Summerton, containing 1.02J0 acres.
for $50,000 to Mr. G. J. Davis of Bishop- t
There is in prospect the establish- d
ment of a bank at Paxeilie, and one at a
Davis Station. If the country continues t
to prosper the bank.. will be as thick as v
the wool on a ,heep's back, before the ..
shearers get their work in.
The Tuirbeville lodgte of Knig bts of ~
Pvthias will have on :he evening of
Friday. :5th inst.. at ::30) o'clock, a,
wuemnorial service in their C'o.ie Hall.
in memory of the late R. A. Green. Thee
entire membership is urged to be;.
Oh. for the power to bitt the cha:Y
froma the wheat in the commercial life
so that merit would claim its ca.n . and
demerit be shown up in its fullness.
Then there would be less of the imnposi
tion which is practiced on the guile'e-s,
in this day and time. C
Presiding Elder Wrnddy T. Duneau.
of the Sumter l)i!.trict, will preach in
thae MethodlIt Church next Suda
mnor.nng, and immizediateiy afe the
!.ervice the :ast quarter& conference.
for thij% year wil tc held. A t. at
?endance' is desired.
.\r. Otto Paul, .\lxukee. W \ . a
Fuley's Honey and Tar is still more ta
the bes.t. He writes us, *All those tha.
bought it think it is the best for cough..'
and colds they eve:- had and I think i.
is still more ~than the best. ()ur baby'
had a bad cold and it cured hi i n one
day. Please accept thank." W. l
Ther has elaenW ,h4-l t the -ua:;.
narket so far thi, year tne- fvurth::1. i'
otton un-to-date thaln was sd for i.
ame e oi time last ear. and w
inderstand that the amuoun: of taxe
>a'd into the county trea.ury isone
ourch lea'. than f.r th ,' time "a,
Th'o.e who fail t4 .:t T'!i I.-::
Lfter Deamber l.5th. will know :ha
heir names have been cu: otT fur no:
iaent. The posta' regulations. re
puire deliatquent s.beribers who ar
>ver one vear in -, rear-; to be CL't, ot
e egret to have to e: o!T any nme:
ut a newspaper mus: be ;aid for.
The Iraelitez of Manning have axatan
!Yea-:ed! an arran ement b)y wlh:ia :he.
,re to have a re;:' us .e e:c ere Onc
month. Rabbi Kl:ien of the Su-::e:
ongregation will couuue: :he services
Zabbi Klier is a highly cultured man,
.id a speaker of high order. The serv
:es to be held in Manning will be opet
o the public. ana those who desire
tiend will be cordially welcomed.
There is in this issue an aunounce
lent of the change in the business o!
lie Summerton Hardware totmpany,
Iso an advertisement setting forth wha:
hat concern has to sell to the tradin;
,ublic. Capt. James, the head of thi!
oncern. is a business man of ability,
nd we believe he will be able to make
ings in the hardware line in thi
Dunty hum. ltead the advertisement
The !tedruen of the Seloc section are
> have a banquet at their wigwam to
iorrow night at Seloc an.i the editor of
HE TiMES is under obligations to zhe
i ntlemen of that grand order for an
iviAtion to be present. lie regrets
xceedingly his not being able to be
ith them because on tomorrow even
2- he will be v ith the sojourner. on
3eir travels over the "hot sands" in
'lumbia. He hopes to have the honor
me day in the near future to sit with
ie braves around the camp tire.
Nearly every court house town in thz
tate has an aspirant for the place on
ie supreme bench the people are sup
sed to have created. Manning has a
tvman or two that can sit up. lIok wise
d -give it as my opinion" and in nine
mes out of ten hit the mark a4 often
i the gentlemen "learned in the law,'
r rather .me who after passing
irough the sixth grade of a common
:nool imagine they are lawyers. and
atitled to special consideration when a
ice, juicy position looms into view.
St. Peters lodge of masons hel1 its
4ular meeting last Wednesday night
ad conferred the fellow craft degree
a four candidates, after which the
raft sat down to an excelient prepared
ipper. The evening was spent in
xcial entertainment, and the Stewards
re being hailed as the tinest ever. The
lv regret is that Messrs. Dr. G. L
ickson. J. H. Hawkins and Joe Wells
tiled to have their appetites along
ith them for the occasion, and had it
D& been or the thoughtfulness of
[orton Rigby these brethren would
are gone away hungry.
Yesterday afternoon R ev. F. H. Shuler
ot mixed up with a runaway horse that
as being driven by Mriin Smith. a
river forD. M. Draaham&a Son'sstable.
Ir. Shuler was standing up by P. B.
louzon's store. and the horse attvmptcd
> run into the adjoining allevway, wnen
:: of the wierlsstruck the store corner.
.rning the buggy over. and :he n-xt
ing we tw was M.r \ .huler crawling
,zm under one side. ani Marion from
.e other. Mr. Shuler c-! e out from
34w debris with a cu. onf is right ear.
ada one dollair biit in hi; right Land,
i colored boy e~-'ume out unhurt r.nd
'uniless. Marion Smith was niot to
.ae for the runaway, or the accident:
se breeching stran became broken.
ad before Marion c'ould get control of
frightened aoimal, the turn wa-;
.ade w'hich brought the vehicle in con
et w:th the preacher. :and the corner
Te readers of THE T1M:S alia ays ap
ecaea wrei devised advertisement.
.pcialy when it otiers somrething at
atire in the way of prices, and styleS.
he' P. d1. Chandler Clothing Co., of
um~ter, has no superior as genta' furn
hers in the State. They handle none
at the best of makes in clothing, and
: very latest in haberdashery. .\
espetive buyer can go to the D. J.
handler Clothing Co.. and be as well
pplied as in any like establishment
ais side of atimore, an't what is more
is urchase carries with it the guar
tee of a concern whose word i-o suf
:ient to lend confidence. ilead the
baristma~s shopping 'advertisemnent in
us issue, then go there and Sit yourself
a for the cbllly blasts of winter.
adies you are not loaoking for him, but
ar a nice present to give HIM. The
try' thing to please H tM can be found
the D. J. Chandler Clothing~ Co's.
Not Sorry For Blnder'.
"If my friends hadn't bluodered in
zinking I was a doomed vict imn of con
imption, I might not be alive now."
rites D. T. Sanders, of Harrodsburg,
*. 'but for yecars they saw every at
moit to cure a lung-racking couc h jail.
t last I tried Dr. King's New D)isco%
e. The effect was wonderful. It soon
opped the cough and I am now in het
-r health than I have had for years.
his wonderful life saver is an unriva!
I remedy for coughs. colds. lag rippe,
ihma, croup, hemorrhages, whooping
>ugh or weak lungs. 50ac, $100 Trial
ttle free. Guaranteed by ail drug.
A Sudden Death.
A cloud of gloom was cast over Man
ig last Sunday miornini. 'when it be
ime 4:nown that Mrs. Rosa C. Galiu
hat, while preparing to go to church,
as suddenly stricken with appexy,
id in a few hours !ater .she passed
way. The deceased was 5a8 years of
ge. the widow of the late Joseph Gallo
hat, sq., and the mother of Mrs. J. F.
cieger and Mre,. J1. H3. (rvin, the sister
iMessrs. F. P. and K. S. Ervin, of this
wn, and D. C. IErvin. now living ini
rs. Galluc'hat was a splendid woman.
id and generous: her loving disposi
on made her a general favorite irth
>mmuntv. She was -a devoted mem
er of the Methodist church and the
aughe-r of a Methodist preach.-r. Her
ttendance at church was n -eg u:lar a
ae services camne on. and s wasa
as a willing worker for :n-- c'ause:
,- taook great interes:. wir song
rvi-e'. being one of the it-,: ,-; a
ble members of the choir. ile: *::lden
akicg away leaives aui act...: ..:d is
ia- he-art-s of the peooa of := I, a-'
here sh~e has hived tihe passt .i scAr.
er entire mnarriedi lf--. and wher--e he
as en.aeed the esteemn of the- co-'n
*nitv. Mrs. Galluechat wa,.:. woman
f attractive persoanality. alwvay swithm a
right countenance, :and ever ready to
nd a h::nd to mnnveme.:nts foar lhe co:n
ion good. Sha- will bem-d
The funeral tooka pliace' .auda after
on. I:er. F. Ii. Shiuler,".-rps
unduted the -:ervice .n :1.- 'danning
eeterv. aThe gz'ave wa. t-lanketedi
2o lvv t'!awer,. the t:'ri nuae. o. .rie::ds.
Shaii Womien Vte ?
if :hes did, .mi:Bo', woa:H vate I~r.
-.' New Life i'n::s :h.- true :-emedy
~ei:.gs, backache ar 2:e.aiebe. e':.'
'atio n. ul :spelling e.deu. :mp art m,: a p
ite, nd tuning up the systteml. : he'.'
nequaed. Easy. safe. sure '.c. a:
Itch reliev.i ina mi.:ute, by Wtco
d. Sa::.taru LoAtioan. Never fails.
a. Ia' -e.b r . 1-.10 i .
LIa'a t i't. u I '.IV.a '
:'t' ed fr'oma ou rt a i.tou 'I y u : a-': h :
ad. Cutin( 4e 3h 1:-wl
me .-d -.fil. 4 ;od -N workn.sa e t)
- eiu:how srneandmemrh:,
ibl. are i-, Ia i , w t u. Y t
annIe wt m an otndtad the. we
kr"ov.: whatever Go(i rmi:, :n.
u:1,n ua . comes t) love . arI sb :
.Thtwe. teunhr of teW,
man' II -1i-.ti aTm'wanc I f>:en oi
Manning. hoi:we det-plY fees:::
o, (If our -- 'anorr .
uhmi:: '~o te w .: of I i t v.ao oaah:
aNtI.)1 Ol'Itt'L ti~ c&I t l: - .. Lop~* *
* . That w'e e. lotio- ahl t the ae
e,!nes. Who itin Oiw ..Iof a 41:-e
n1appy home. Wur I' t ,i0twee-i a
and conmmend them1 to. the ar of da
and- lovin;: ileavenly Fathe.
3.That .,te.;e re.,olutions he piavced
our minut. and a copy hW en: to the
"l'almetto White RIbben." and a copy
-4o THF NI.. NN TI1-1_-s fo-r publica
tion. and a'.o a copy ix- -ent ti the he
.\lI' F. I .i r~ i I N.
.M.1s. (". . M~
Dressed ia "Back and Yellow"
Not "Fta.bal :-'" but he color
of the earton contaiunin Foe's ll0::v
and Tar, the best and safes. coutU: re:n
edy for a;! c aug and k). i)o not
accept a :..ub.titute t see thaIt 'au g'et
the gennin - Fo!e's Ta:.ly'a r il.
a %ellow carton with black I-t-r,. IX.
".. Urown & Co.
Editor The Mannin: Tim:r.:
Please allow me space in yetr paper
to correct an error that came out a few
! must sav that it is a sad mistake
about my son. Cleveiand 1. Moore. He
did not i'nysteriously disappear as 1. his
father, took him to the depot to board
the train on the 19.h day of Septenb.er
to go to the medical school to finish his
studies. I know where he is. and 1 am
the one that's furnishin- him the mone
to bear his expenses, and I don't think
that it is anybody else's business 'a' the
joining county seemed to be so interet
ed in him. And I will say further for
their information that his wife knew all
about him going to school.
You will please publish this. The
Charleston News. The Florence Times
County I'ecord anad The Lake City News
will pleasv copy.
. \\'. .\oitR
Lake City. S. C.. Nov 12. 191).
To The Boy's Clubs.
The boys of the Clarendon County
Corn Clubs are hereby asked and r
quested to make an exhibit at the corn
exposition to be held in Columbia from
December the 5th to the Sth. iusive.
To make an exhibit, it is not necessary
to go to Columbia. Of course your pres
ence there is desired if vou can attend.
If you desire or will enter. please apply
to L L Baker, Superita-ndent 1oy's
Corn Club Department. Colurlbi:a. S. '..
for the necessary shippingr cards and
information. Do this so that your ex
hibit can reach Columbia by December
irst if possible. There will be several
prizes for the boys of Clarendon county.'
and we want a respeefu! nuter of
entries for themi. A stnacme is reserved
for Clarendon and we should senal tn the
exhibits. Get up the very best you can.
13ie sure to write L. La. 1inke-r foar fuli
If 'iou decide to make an exhibit after
it is'too late to warite to .\r. !Haker. just
attach a card to your exhiw:t wmitn your
name, postoftice, andl couty attamched.
It would be "'eli fur w::me af the hoa'a in
each club to take a leadiing nar:t and'e
ot hor'sof your club to sad inan xibt
then a:1 tiack yaour e'xrtbit,. in the same
box for shipment.
ICoutnty Sup!.. F.dicat o::.
A Comzrade's Tribute.
Joseph F. Rhamne i'. dead. He' w.a m ny comi
rade andt friend. Life i'. a n:.'rrw valae baetweeIn'
the craidc-rocked babe and the decrepit m:.n
woman with hoary bead. bedimmed vaian. and
fatering '.tepa.. Time of preht.rie re b I.!
erngu" on to the farther mnargin of the vle
IJoseph F. Rhbaune served one y-ear with Caom
pany D). 2nd S. C. \'. Infarntry. In the '.prin.o
I et the' army of No~rtherna \':r.inna was'r.
oraniz'ed. At that tim:e coamra-Je Ilhame'.t
tredl the artitery .servicae known a'. II.i'
Battery. I can e:2v speak of hui' I in--w m
In the campainn of 18t''t- b":-'g twate. 0'
him the next thr.- ye'ar'. of the wair. lifnev.
Ican mty with ali rankine-. tht: my c-in
ws. made- o.: of '.oldierly miateria.. DutY aa
hi,. ,daaan. Duty. that imzpre'.'ivae anoart *am'
the immiorta! Lee said -wa'. the- '.utd:!m." aord
in the English anguaae.-- licautif"I wo~rdai a'
t mearts so munch. Yvs. It i'areaathed i it
o'Vn sublimity. Ye'.. comirade Rhbarac wa's rad
Iat any time to face the &rim cannonsi'. and h
hail oT mntnlc balls. The arm~y I' the p:acet
fi nd out theaqualitie'.of mnt. g.om r indrerent.
MV comr::de "made good." lIe na,' straight.
At the close of the war h" with other,. came
homec. Rhbame laid aside hi'. oldl :tray Jaciiet
with modlest pride. conscentoud'v fe.1ing' that
he had done aO he could for the cau'.e that wats
lost. For the :anst thIrty years of hin' ltife we met
qute of teu artmd had nmany pta.'.ant chst'. to-.
the metal ofa men. throusb a ft-rn.:e of :ire. 11is
e*Xl! from. the mlar':in of that narrow ae
trou:ht him to that unseen rIver, that river t.'
mota eye has ever seen. Ja&ckson and Le"
crssed that river. inndl the cou'ntle n:rno
that were the:ry. May the '.ahi:~ .a nd'. <a
w~nter e rqs::over hit' ho.n. red :::ud.
.%dic a:: geneme .Ieqie'.at in pamce'.
A Bocsehold Medicine
To be really valuable maLI't 5howx
equally igood results fromt each .acember
of the familym using it. Foley's Iioneyv
and Tar does just this. Whi:ler for'
ch ild ren or grown pet~ror i'olIy's Iliona'y
and Tar is best and saf+,st faor a:1 e..ugh'
and co~ ds. Wv. F. Brown :a 1
k'ditor The 3!annm;: Ttne':
Tb. necxt Lcecum~ attraco n ta c.' en:a
will be Tbhe Kate l'u2er Ca.. a- V Wa.h t. V.
S, o:: na'x: Tue'sday e-veninzt . . .-.. Thelir'
is. prob~ablya r,. read-::r IaeIor thaa 1':a -- ho
Mr. Dc Ro i .--C md . :t:. r-.J
I rs.' J. *.a w -n - - -- :
r M r'. a'r
State of South Car olinla.
.!a~ne, .\i.1 ih::..mi.irb
a.-'.~. A h I'>r: 'rb :. ob
he:a \ania a.u 'h .u ra f
e *ns:.h.. - x ,afe )u cat' a " ,o.
at I1 aa'ae oek in the faare:aaani. taas.e
cau.e, if any they have.. tvhythe 'i
\dmnstrationl should I4*.:gan-d
Gie undettaa.r myt htmad, this l.th ea'.
ao\f November'. A. I11. 19l10.
- I . i' mid -.- of I 'roba:t.s
a r. li
1:ba:..., I a .:0: - n ta2:. i a b
wea:. :i <.. !...ar : a.- f'i aiti
I: n o.'. :nll, f :m r . h
s2o r : per -:.' .az
a ir -.- -: - - . m.
- a - n w :t n:- - ti.
1;ra ham :0:*\pi-. : ' a
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W a . .. . . :.: h x
Suve in 4. 'h ren :. 2!a': . S. 4oec
Fnr a-T -: .m
re.. of :,- .'. .i ba a a r b har:
ile.toi 1 l', :.! : -ql . Ic . \p tqk* \\-l
rt. . T -- . . a -vt4 ::c -- a P il*
bariw! . : : P:Io b;. in a ndtL
doctors c~Yours. ::rg~.Th rpr
Wi Prn ote Beauty.
Ij41*id1hO pimpie --,e wondler
.,nr and oo:i;. It make-; the ,Izin ,-ofi
'Inda ve!'aCV. w; -1rii,he faee. Cutre.
taa!.. ev;'. iso.. r. . aI'r::: e t.:: 12 .) <'.
p.d mands. fur burn:., ,:ald.. feve
Iunest. Hbr.ew and piles. :5. at al
NEED THE WARNiING.
Many Manin People Hae Done So.
When the kidnes re ie tnev eivt
anns~al wanur- trat -.hould not
b.a iattein. i V xamlni;z the urin,
and tr.ti t:'aue kaidneys upon the i.:
of d-orcr. na . a-r of suerin
:nav be sact'd. sIwk '8%itney.. expel :
in oe. urine. full o will an
uatr;. edi.fl-ui anda painful in atal
SuZish kidnevs c a dull pain i
Lhe mall of thP bak headache diz
WOeuered, laguid feelnts and fre
qm:Ebanis he pimpl,r win erutin
[),ran'd bi It ar- for the kid
nt elyi: :hey cure tKidneys an
re die and ur.e is r bur on. If y
'uofer from any of he aove i n toa
vota: t'an use, no bttter retnedv.
M!anun' MnongPe reaommend )oa
Wh.:en the idnyllesckiey.v
t . 1, S . . (i.urth St.. 'Man.
un m "a. ab.!e war)n)i s K~trld l'
broed nd y the rih.--,, kin. remedy
fillr- . . :11( !,-x'~~d .i '&r'ca :vnt*v P3t
a tr-.ei the d tirdney tupon nithet.I
dust"~ eime2 and paifu and at time.
Sluggish: kaineys ~ ca a224 dril painJ it:
spellt. ired,: lagui feelin)' s Dtand frei
Dvan's iny*l arelpa4.ta for theaX kid24
ne a'onl':nthe cur ick' kidneys ran20
rid th looda' av of urie' a posnIfht
,uIer from anyaof the aov symptom ~
your canI. usobterrtey
L . L :aF!en .ChrhS. a
tI::. . C. a s - ~ n' in yli
a'.ve -. Myk:2,weew
nw :n ar-.-- often duig h igt
:ntcU'... 2..'d se P:4ere:Sfrombackaced and
p::. ~I. M. thogxny ine1.fo' and attie th
waiC , a .um 2t c. 1 oul uar~ o toop S :
uera l'i and Sprhke:ed :aa the Cie
u ng:::e.am bakah ha. ia
pe Sr--d.thamn-.aI .a; :ben reovetu
ad Ia do nt4 have :a! Naie:nhtr nit. a
10er o:,artun - aeaan
Dor aeh at 2:- ..:--:'a ,. 'rC. . re:.t
tayk o o.a;:ir.1i.
WI!.... aa D.--- D
ta:i: :!.~- :;aa be u~vta
i . . . '-rar ator:-.
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i'u ust a omm-.on ssud
stoe Smm:-on Ward ewaed 1opn
1o'ck Ainte forenorm. 5
Attraction, No. 3,.
DR. Hl. W. SEARS,
all by his lonesome. for one hour and one-half will
give a Manning audience laughing material
enough to last a week.
He doesn't lecture. only uses his wonderful
:eloquence in holding you spell-bound until hef
he wants to make you laugh. which he does over
and over again.
Those who come to frown will remain to laugh.
Really he is full to the brim withewitland humor. i
He routs out the demon of grumbling. drivesi
away the blues with his scourge of satire and wit. 51
IHe is Sam Jones and Dr. Wilet in one. You N
-You havn't heard the best until you hear him. He 61
is always at his best. M
Read below illustrations of what all manaqers Li
say after hearing Dr. Sears: D
Rockford (1ll) Chautauqua-Dr. Sears had his audience
convul-ed with lagiihter all the wav tliromui his lecture last IF
J Winona (Ind) Assembly-No audience was ever better T
leased and more thoroughlv ente'rtained than th' one which 61
heard Dr. Sears last nigTht.R
The course is a booming success this year: it A
Ican't help but be with the class of attractions we G
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are giving. They are all good. Come to them all. T
Curtain rises promptly at 8.30. T
TICKETS ON SALE AT
Z eigler's Pharmacy.
Reserved Seats. 75c: General Admission. 50c
A Few of the Things we Have:
A carload of justly celebrated Southern Cook Stoves and
ltangres, with full line of repairs.
A carload of .Jas. Oliver Chilled Steel Plows arnd Repis
Get prices of one to a dozen. pis
A carload of Dixie and Clipper Plows Secu~ring is a blessing.
A' carload of Webber Wagzons. These are the best. Give
thma test. DteeJ
1i udles or more of Pittsburgh Perfect Fence.Diern
styles. A ttractive prices-in any quantity.
It will be our Purpose
during theo Holidays to have Special Prices on c.ertain lines on!
Saturdays. Next S..turday. November 26th, our Specials will be
Harness.. Saddles. Lap Piobes. Whips. Etc. Watch this space for
each week-s bargalins.
Summerton, S. C.
We ary he fol~loi Famj lements ai lhen
Chan noog. N . T- i--. iht. Twvo-hxorse low.
American Wire Fence..
A faili.,i -k of e.-ryt ing in r::r :iae :t prics that defy
competition. i1' Whehe you con- b'Uy or nt youl will awy
eta hea~rty webOm,1 at ou:r pI~a-e of busmii ,ls.I
1 REO LVED
'S A E RE AGAN WE -54OULD Br
HHANK FUL THAT THERE IS A
BI RD STORE IOVRTOWWEREW
CAN BUY,WITh SoT1ETRows
:MD FXPENSE ALLTH ATWE WISt
To 'WEAR- OMR FoREYATHE&$
OULD'T DO THAT
JY WITH LITTLE TROUBLE! IS THERE NOT LoT.'
THAT? THE MAIN TROUBLE YOU HAVE, IS IT
:T, IS IN KNOWING YoU ARE doING TO GET THE
)oDS YoU BUY AT A REASoNABL.E PRICE? No
ERCHANT CAN KEEP ON SELLING GoODS FoR
SS THAN THEY CoST HIM AND KEEP IT UP.
'HEN GOODS ARE SOLD FOR LESS THAN COST
EPEND UPON IT THEY ARE WORTH To THE
ERCHANT ONLY WHAT HE ASKS FOR THEM.
THEY WERE WORTH MORE HE WOULD ASK
oRE. JoMETIMES; OF COURSE, YoU WILL FIND
'ND BARGAINS IN THINGS WORTH LITTLE To
HE MERCHANT BUT MUCH To YOU, BUT WHEN
)oDS ARE NEARLY 6IVEN AWAY THERE IS A
EASON FOR IT--THEY ARE EITHER OUT OF
ATE, POOR IN jQUALITY, SoILED, OR THERE
RE oNLY A FEW ODD SIZES LEFT. YOU CAN
ET "BARGAINS" AT OUR SToRE. BUT WE
AVE "IN-VO6UE" GooDS MADE or GoOD MA
ERIALS Too. THESE WE MARK RIGHT--IN
HE BEGINNING. THIS MAKES OUR DESIRABLE
oDS BARGAINS. WE INVITE YOU To COME
o oUR STORE.
1ax M. Krasnoff.
Holly Boxes !i
(A GOOD MANY SIZES.)
Rhame's Drug Store,I
Summerton, S. C.
W~N W WWMWWMWM
Oh! Joy, He's Coming Soon ! !
With His Big Airship
'Brim Full of Beautiful Things
Sinc' last C hri.,tcuas dar )ld Sata ha bei% ~ en nying
all over the~ wold gatherinlL T'ys. Canidies. Fruits and
al surNs utf a? !dfr h1a m>-cd '. - chitr.n uutil now his
GET YOUR STOCKMNGS DARNED.
'-put on Your Good Behavior."
.-\ud write Santa Cilaus a Letter quick.
One Dollar in Cash Will Be Paid
Sventeen Old Maids Will Act as Judges
Watch for Our Grand Display of Toys.
THE MANNING GROCERY CO. IN.
To J1uenile Bazaar.