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MENv 'S AN
All $.50 Uderw
IANN.S . DEC. 'I 90
PU~t.ISNE EVRI ENSA
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onesear~oe i / ah-usnu ti
- M 3 ent.1iuais n Tiutso
Bepes hage fr s egle avetae'4 '
Liberat contracts made ,o're ixadte'
ammu,'mmutneacopaie y h
291 ae ndadrsso. hew!1 r nOr/"I
on All Undrwra
so'sitefrec $1.50 Uthersena
Aoa lecio in1New Jer. n
Govrno Fo' inrereai
L)Te recnteger caedwichr
atractd~ s mch. Dtentio. andt)
brogh by Ge. Lyon Itc wasUC
ofiicewhen e ookchargIe, b tc
ialna the sae .the ndero it and
proseocte it wit al then~ ability
th1 e ul peitted . T~ bere s on
thin cetin, Att.oney Gean~gaea
Lond ha doniawodefu
(onounor-lbor forow Stiel
ofsonitererhice th thepayers
toal beecnefrauew Jersef, and
ifhthettme bodes wnodt the se
actedshow mhei aprenition and
gooltd n fath f thvie we boe-s
lies trh foith romte prFner
the aboemnnersin wofc the rei
senred the Soneys corisinfon.
Ths case as ost to thei
order of the chsef hae found nt
oWie doubn the toovisaility of r
quiringsae liene tondhunto itnd
propseted n. wit l thoult
the lawgpritted.n Tohee ithec
funin cethen orny ofte mn
Lyodnha oe raondhatfb
acot of lbosutn for the vi-teoa
hadobeen dfawucoed out of. abe
couty treasury, whencte froath
) OY' UNEWER
r OW --
-q irevh oescl
ouldgo ito te tras
/ pai ou i heusa
tue soe of the cithad pass-~
arnsould $emd1ed ot
seemto e one oeyais cof.
hu touldrgorvesto make moes
Ou padtuti tef.ul
maTer,:.- Thsar A:: '~1 webon sof '-ht
cosra:-ton fr1othe dtha~es putgshe
tndui. sohe ofe thear Ats it haps o:
ed incine For opiea mnyye. dotorgeP
rm.d .-,. ad be c oas ityfalied. ouwth
oCa r.: t ronina rhed nt nuled isece
hao crenatatote a contestutioa whih,
coseemstout eon-. ue of the a tis of
hntuinrse rm1eds to ak tmon
I 'ue . I. u-s d~ir on t.,e blod nmcu
Ources . o tbr s ic. e ofue on.ethuf
dred duars k. for 'i ca. it' aip toi r send
or4iiJ& c ircu r a tetmn it . oti'i.*
Upd to~ het Pres int -uewt
he Atl'.vnanrhtoa Cottutina says:
Evidence aumulate .iuth.atl theat
sole recorsey ~ .. lof~o ib. the erica
farmers andeo the merican et i-a.
liinters tinthe miUrotovers
wu.ih.. r-:~o the ma govenmentu
Th -Cnttuio Thas ~ev oeral:
ties.1 der~ib n e t atureo th '' e'd
isdnc fte ccuhies rdts ine
oreos actours inth American
n uer th American ferti-e
ndependent German govnenmwnt
ovequenottos the daoth les
contrct teretin oPesi
1ment. nstitteit is leerab
the' sydiate ntrof the
chituftm ins dail. a Mratemot
prohtie tax whin Gem"minese-l
hatve ofirua wconservinoepoy,
sh dn ote che actuaedeti
o teia fwhihlzere whchms
baon ftor American nfa
isM ore thne imoear igho ta lag
n-:te radca A ncrain ertler
r'mfes eontrct.d co' ntat
porntasr. atf cri paseic.e wex
thr* i s.a hefrmrs.or
Is oweIdtt chared tato thes i~n
onitrainto the dran ove-n
Ient. itiaxedi is al allegie bo
Cr...w ut!C .\mean hlersOf
co::t:-ct se cursed'. at' atreaonable
asht psts ieatu.efc
ally have f
der of our
I prices so I
Those $28.50 Sui1
Those $25.00 Suii
Those $22.50 Suii
Those $18.00 Suit
Those $15.00 Sui
Those $15.50 Sui
Please bear i
00 mences January 2v
short time. We at
751 sale will commenc
Sc POSITIVELY NO 4
8fc AT CUT PRIC
wlbe compelled to pay almost
twce as much per ton for his ier
izer as it is worth at a fair
Private negotiations and. so far
s we are informed, diplomatic
epresentations have thus far
faiked to effect a compromise.
One method is left. Under the
ew u.riff laxv, the president can
nforce the maximum tariff pro
vision against German imports
nd bring both the German gov
rnment and its grasping potash
vndicate to terms.
It is incumbent upon the presi
dent to make the weight of his
d ministration felt in ths :uatter.
e has never vet made a direct
effort to untangle the snarl into
hih the action of the German
rovermtenlt has thrown the situ
Where the interests of many
million farmers, as well as the
ost to the ultimate consumer of
farm products, are involved, it is
orth his while to exhaust every
liplomatic resource in the effort
x reach adjustment, and we hope
and believe that he will do it.
.rThe way of the transgressor
s iard" as no doubt two negro
nei who spent the Christmas
iolidas in the county jail, will
~vilingly agree. It will be re
nembered that two weeks ago
he calm of this peaceful com
nunity was rudely disturbed by
urgars entering the Bank of
Sumerton and stealing there
rom $86 in cash, and also break
g into McClary and Broad way's
oreh ouse and steal inzg some
rov isions. Considerable mys
ery enshrouded the deeds, a;nd
t was thought that the local
olice force had struck a knotty
robem. It now develops that
onstable Batemnan. of .Judge
[ichbourgs office, picked up a
iat dropped supposedly by one
f the miscreants on the nighit of
ie robbery. The hat was found
ust beneath the winidow throughi
':hich entgance. w. as made into
With the liat as a clu-- the work
f iatering~ in the- rini It partiies
-'einandU DinlIes and1 Gus Johni
on were arrested and r-imrged
eth th crime. Afr a sarc-h
t' xaminmation thle t'' ;n* con~f
a~ the ban~k robbery, hut e:nphiat
I '. deny that they were con:i
cro- x coe-rn Tney also-r i
:lIZ was the intstigaVtor of th'ie
:irs of the law. T'he two nie
.roes in! limbo}' clalim t') have. been
..mn- ...i s: i not r.:lize the
sales far excet
ear, we have n
At this season.
a order to mak
ow that we wil
. Our sale wil
Lue until furthe
but the same:
Ls and Overcoat
:s and Overcoats. now $:
:s and Overcoats. now $1
s and Overcoats. now $1
and Overcoats. now $12..
ts and Overcoats, now $
ts and Overcoats, now
n mindthat the sale con
d and will continue for
Ivertise the date that th
so that the're will be n
OODS WILL BE CHAR6E
ES. STRICTLY CASH.
enormity of their crime. Bothn
are natives of this community.
and are not over 25 years of age. 1
They will languish behind theo
bars for some time yet.
The local force of officers of*
the law deserve much credit for
this excellent piece of work.
At a recent meeting of the t
Smmertor. Lodgze, No. 103. A. i
F. M., the following officers were C,
elected. and were installed at a
meeting rn Tuesday night 27th
inst.: WV. A. Mood, W. R.: J. F. ~c
Lanham. S. W.; C. W. Evans, J.
:W.: J. C. Lanham. Sec'y.: J. Q.ha
Matthis, Treas. After the in e
stallation of officers a delightful
oyster supper was serve-d at the a
hotel. and was thoroughly en. jn
Thoe. Summertou Lodge, 145.
IK. of P. elected at their 1ast~
meeting the following officers.
who will soon be installed: D.
. Rhamne, C. C.: J. N. Tolar. V.
C.: J. M. Plowden, P.: B. C.
agin. .: John Kershaw. I
Jr.. K. of R. and S.: Arthur
Fischer. M. W.: J. R. Browrn, M.;
F.: H. ~P. Troy. M. E.: J. Q.b
Matthis. I. "G.: J1. E. Tennant.
The Christmas trade here by
far surpassed that of any year1
eretofore, and all the merchants;a
are wearing a happy smile. The
streets were continually crowded
with busy and bundle-laiden peo
pe during all of last week. it
is a safe wager that Santa Claus d
was never more generous with
his gifts than this Christmas t
when cotton seems to linger long h
around the 14 cents mark. I
All join me. Mr. Editor. inh
wishing for you and your excel- si
lent paper a happy and prosper
ous New Year. Long may you
both waive. K.
Sumierton, Dec. 26. 19)10. P
Banks 02 Sure Thing Now.
--l':. never be without Dr. King's New e
Life P'ills ag~ain." writes A. Schingeek. p
tW E-:m st.. Bu:Talo. N. Y. "The
eured( me of chronlic constipationl when
all oters failed." l'nequal--d for bilious
ne. jaundic~e. indigestion. headache,
chills. malaria and debility. :Ge a: al!
NIANNING AUXILIARY f
.t the lat: mee-ing o:.rf :.he .\anminz !!
Auxiliarv of lIomze .\Iiions, the sub- el
j-'e: belii ' ur Yountr l'eople and b
inv.e. regutlatedi homei~s. whetre pa- a:
re~s are il pam~.i, andl love pre
dL.iatr-. :he culture- of the enil d pi
1. 'aC evecry other consieeration.r
Tr it is ::a-. indutry an~d economyi'
tre e-.taal o t: ng vitn the very bs
itlecual trainhLg in the best schook
that are available. Hut it is a fact tha. at
in many idaces there are homes wneri
cultue' and retinemzent are unknown: a
hom, w' 'e the children of immtxature
vears ar-'...:t to work~ for a living,
deprived ot -he privilege of knowing
... t h.. mn a n .. d nprir-d of the in
fact that 01
0ded the san
iore goods on
8 a clean swe<
we have deci
I be enabled t
r notice. W4
ratio of reduc
20 Boy's $10 Sui
17 Boy's $8 Suil
15 Boy's $7.50 S
50 Boy's $5.00 S
10 Boy's $4.00 S
8 Boy's $3.00 S
eans of even the rudiments of a liter
v education. (We have sucha hIomes
.\anning with the industrial feature
t oiT;. We are glad of the fact re
rd-ed that the H~onie .\issi:on Society
growing stronger and her aims~ longer.
a s.he is reaching oUt into neglecte-d
aces and bringing abou: bet:,-r condi
ns among neglected children an~d
ung peoole. In some of the .Sout bern
~ws and cities more opportum try comes
r reaching the children of un fortunate
rcumtances. The dany nursery. the
venike court ano relief derpartmnt
bere nomne mission women are' work
gfor the mental, physicai and spirit
! improvement of the neglected. The
v nursery is the only home ma:ny of
m ilever know. It isteonly
ecy by which marny workin moth
rs of a certain class ar- enabr-' t( :zep
-ir children and so enrabled to d" thei-r
ork. Sate t he children i- amo
ot-d by the Home Miiss-io:a Sci.-- 3.
t from 'work but e*xodre- to danzer
mind tfnd spirit. Th~e very spirit of
emocraev calls for action. Fvery v.
ian 5hould ernikt in this good work.
S. M1. S.
IF WOMEN ONL.Y KNEW
rhat a Heap of Happiness it Would Bring
to Maning Homer.:
Hard to do housework with :u:e hing
lrings you' hours of miser' :.t lei-ure
If women only knew the e-a.e i-ct
iacahe pains come from -ick kid
Twould sav~e much needless woe.
D~oan's Kidney P'ills eure sick id
\any residlents of tits vicinity en
rs lt. 13. Smith. Iogan St.. Kings
e. S. C., says: --Doan's Kidney P'ils
a e proven of great benefit to me and
therefore highly recommend them. I
d kidney trouble for sorme time and
iTeredi a great de-al from dull. ragging
ackaches. Headaches and pains in my
idnes were commnon and I always had
ired, worn out feeling. liecently I
rocured a box of Doan't Kidney Pill
d taking them as directed I was
eatly relievied. .\y st-ength: and
ey returned and my health imn
roved in every way.'
For -.ale by all dealers. P'rice 50) cents.
saer-ltirn Co . Uu:Talo, New York,
le agents for the United States.
emember the nanm- -Doan's - and
ike no other-.
Clarendon Real Estate Sales.
. large number of real estate trants
rs have recently taken plIace in ('!ar
idot couinty. .\l! land oriered at pub
or private sarle ha% found! ready pu
lasers, quite a number of tracts hav:n~g
en bought b~y partie-s com: fromi
her counti--. Several sales a:* o
-ices. such as one tract fo:- *.t'r*
ioth.r for $16.000, still ano:htr for
)0J04, are re ported. but are r.o-. et oil
blic rec-ord. The following i:a -
,! list of recent transfers taken from:
re books of the auditor:
L. II. and II. G. Chewninz to 1. Ii.
hewn ing, te3 acres. $5000.
. M. D~avis to Charles .\cFaddin. .E1
~avid S. F-loyd to .\. V. iFloyd. iO
L-g' estate to .1. ii. IBiiby. 44 acres.
Legg estatne to Leon Weinbergr. one
ie months in
hand that we'
op of the rem
ided to make
o do soin a 3
a will only quo
tion will appl
tits and Overec
its and Overcoats. now
:s and Overcoats. now
uits and Overcoats. now~
uits and Overcoats. noiw
uits and Overcoats. now
uits and Overcoats. now~
Jae 11rvin to) D. HL. Smith. 100 acre'.
H. J. Harhy and W. H. icagram to Don
V. lIichIard.on. I.'0." acre'. of swamp
Irvi estaite :o .!ames~ Long. 2">0 acres,
A . vi I Hr:.-tr lirown. '.0 acre-s,
G. W. McCalI :o r. A. NicF'addi.o. 4Ti
D. . :-:m i th to Daisy 1. Thompson. 49
I. .2 .. ID. .\. Shnmmons to 0. B3.
Cok y 2 tcres, '4.2~0.
Is:.e '::- 112., et alI. to Dr. C. ii. Geiger.
79 aceres. .5.
E. M1. WVat t to .1. WA.. Broad way. 29*
:- <( Turbeville to S. C. Welch, 10
.1. II nna M. Touzchberry to Chas. .
Ilarvirn. !!4 acre?. 8.
acre. . 1
.i!-ry E luire to E. C. Horton. 2.>
I. nd .\. L.evi. execuors.. to). WV.
IThe- !ore.'ing are fair samnples of the
pre*t ic~h lands have bee sold in
the~ is cort durin the past few months.
In .e'.-rdi in.tanees land has been sold
tb, . : pricesi about ten times as
n:'ch a,. he ame land. sohl for eigiht or
Wo'~rse t'.an an alarnm j tire at night
ithe metallic coutrh of croupt, b~ringinLg
dreaid to the h.':-h~dJ. 'ar--ful ::
ers keep Foley 's Hioney and Tar in the
house and give it at t.he tirst sign of
dager. I:. contains rno opuiates. W. K.
Brown a: Co.
The State of South Carolina,'
County of Clarendon.
(COURTr F C( 3M'ON PLEA.is
E. lt. Middleton atal .;. ii. rlifton, De
UNDFEit .\NI i\' \'ll:TI 1W A
Dereta! Order of the t ourt of (Commnon
Pea'. for C'larendon ('ou:. ty. dated the
30th day oafSeptembear. 110. I will sell to
te highes.t bidder for ca.,b. oni Monday.
the ::nd (ay of .Januar.. .\. D). 1911.
the same being sale'.:ay:.. :n front of th~e
ourt H ouseC at .\!anning. in sai:i1 *'oun
lowinz real estat*:
.liI that lot of ,:a:.. in the- couty 1f
Carndlon in ,.n "d a and locaedi
Lhe Towny of P ine~wood. S.( .. n re
widtn to liai~:ra .\venuei a deni of
one h unda red a n d t we t v-: ve-il: fee:t.
and being the lot purc'hae by h. I.
nany h)v deed reore h: aook N-s. ait
.\i tht lt f land k.nown as, lot of
andl re:ra.-.tedtas lo. No,. 4 in Bh a.
..'~ 10:,oate'd i Piewuood in -ai
out. and ltt. an i. th.' lo
purch~wd by E. :. .aidi'n from
ob:-t Brail 'ford.
Pu'Lrchia.'er tOopay fo r papers.
i*. i;. G.\ MI;Li-.
Sh:: l Cla t*hrentdaan t')Univ.
Get The Genuine Always.
. ,a..:hti:u:e i. a dangerous make".hift
e.'.eelcally ~ inmedcine. The tenuirne
Fole'.. Honev and Tar eiures cough'.
and 'colad ,;u1ikyav i naylo
packge. Accep tno substitute.. WS.
:: no.n C-.).
Rememnber that when your kidneys
are affected, your life is in danger. M.
Mayer. Rochester. N. Y., says: "My
trouble started with a sharp shooting
pain over my back which grew worse,
daily. I felt sluggish and tired, my
kidney action was irregular and infre
quent. I started using Fol.. Kidney
Pills. Each dose seemed t~o put new
life and strength into me. :.nd now I nsm
completely cured and feel better and
stronger than for years." W. F. itrown
Alabama Man Makes Seven Sales of Cotton
on Three Acres.
Washington. D. C.. Dec. as6.- The
more one investigates the uses 'of the'
land the clearer becomnes the conu.:tionc
tnat any where and e'ervwhere in this
country. land in its productiveness i
just what the country makes it. provid
ed! he starts with a reasonably ta
ly combining thorough tillagZe. crop
rotation, barnyard manure. an:: aj-ie
ious use of commercial fertilizer. 31r
W. WV. H-. DuBose, of Brundidge. A la
bama. has succeeded in producinr s.even
bales of cotton from a three acre tract.
using nothingr but the ordinary cotton
seed, to', -- .' . per acre being 838..~4. :s
follows: reaking the land. 83.50: re
bedding. &2.00: hoeing, $1.50O: cultivar,
ing, $9.00: picking. $16.00:ginning. 84.50;
and hauling. $3.00.
On the three acre tract Mr. Dubos<
cleared over 6450.00. In a reent :et ter
to the Southern Commercial Congress.,
Washington. D. C., Mr. Dubose gives
full details as to the method of cultiva
tion used by him. copy of which will be I
furnished upon request.
A!! through the South farmers and
planters are getting similar excellent
results with various other crops. It all
depends upon the man who gets the
land: If he knows his busines, gener
ous Nature will return him such rewards
for his industry as is not now possible in'
any other line of cZ~fort.. It is just a
question of mixing brains with the soil.
Several profitable bu!letins on cotton
growing haye been issued by the U. S. I
Decpartment of Agriculture, one of tir.e
most instructive being bulletin No. :6.;
"A P'rofitable (Cottoni Farm'' which de
scribes in detuil the yarious step- -o
suces This bulletin can be obtained
Upon request from the Southern Comn
muercial C'ongre--s. or from the Secretary
of A\griculture. D~epartmrent of .\gricui
tt:re. Washington. D). C.
Foley* Ki.dney !'ili, are tonic in action,
;uick in re-uit-, anid r.'s:ore the natural
action of :he k idney'vandl bladder. They
The Confederate Monument.
PT~n moveent so bong aeglected has
at laS: heg-an to erect a monument to,
th.- mem~rorv of the heroes who woreth
a. -4. .--lder who-,.e record: was the
mav~ftheiiie world. tClarendon
n w p.ropo~eS to) place upon the court
hous sciuare a suitable mark of its pa
riotism by'. having erec:.ed a shaft in
bano of thos.- who responded and laid
dwn their lives upoin their. countvs
1:a..,:,cotribiutions sent: to Ti;
V .M.1xis T 1Mis will be ackn~owl" 1.'d
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t trolab~ &ina
STATI OF SOUTH CAROU NA,
Couaty of Clareadeu.
COUT OF COM.MON PLEAS.
Levi M-cantile Company, P'laintiff.
Ellen Ernin. Ellen Elizabeth Harvin,
SaraiFranes. Harnin, Culia Linnie
T--at arvin, Winnie Fred Harnin,
and lbek~er Proctor Harvin, Defend
Uponeading and fiingr the Petiticn
-fCharbn DuRant, plainti 1's attorney.
and it apearingi that the facts therein
IT IGR DERED. Tnat J. H. Lesesne
h., andw. here-by is, appointed Guard
i.n AdLitem for the infant defendant,
[Ioe-?roetor Harvin, a-nd authorized
~nd enmsiwered to appear and defend
:h actn in his behalf, unless the said
ifar't eiendant. or some one in his be
hal' whin five davs from the servie
>f thieorder %hall procure to be an
>ointeia Guardian for the said infant.
FCR'HER ORDERED, That this
rder b served by publishing same one
ime inrHE MANIt'G TIMES, a news
>aper ublished in Manning, South
Given~nder my band and seal of said
.ourt at1anning, South Carolina. this
1st day .f December, A. D. 1910.
SEAL j A. 1. BA RRON,
As Clerlof Court of Common Pleas in
and for'larendon County, S. C.
State t South Carolina,
:m~ t of iauda.
COUR'iOF COMMON PLEAS.
aron Fra:cis, Plaintiff,
:ephen Fancis. John Francis, and
Azalea Jaces. sometimes called Salina
Coon readnez and tiling" the Petition
f Char ton biRant, plaintiff's attorney,
und it appea'in that the facts thercio
tated are tr'.e.
IT IS ORLERE~D, That J. H. Lesesne
e, and he hireby Is, appointed Guard
an Ad Liten: for the infant defendant,
ohn Franciu. and authorized and em
owered to a:>pear an.2 defend this ac
ton in h is bdtaif. unless the said minor
cifendan:. o- s.ome one in his behalf.
ithin rive divs from the service of this
rder shall pt~-ocure to be appointed a
uardian for the said infant.
FUIRTH ER ORDERED, That this.
r:er be served by publishing~ s'ame one
mre in TitE M:,NNING TIMES. a news
~aer published in Manning, South
Given .under my hand and the seal of
id Court at M'anning. South Carolina.
is :llst day of December. A. D. 1910.
w..st]A. I. BIARRON.
s Clerk of Court of Common Pleas in
and~ for Cliarendon County, S. C.
Notice to Creditors.
All! persons haviog claims against the
cat of Dr. Paul M. Salliey. deceared.
ill present them duly attested, and
ose owing said estate will make pay
et to the undersigned qualitied exec
or of said estate.
G. L. S.1LLEY,
Orangeburgz, S. C.
Dec. 19':h, 1910.
Notice of Discharge.
I wili apply to the Judge of P:-obate
r~ Clarendon county, on the 23rd day
January. 1911. for ie:.ters of discharge
executor of the estate of Dr. Paul M.
G. L. SAL~LEY, Executor.
,-maneg S C, De 19, 1910.