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MANNING. S. C.. DFC. 2S. 1910
Publishes County and Town Of.
.Advertisers will please re
member that copy for .a
change of ad. MrST De in
this offce by Saturday Noon in order tc
insure vublication the following week.
ST. PETER'S, NO. 54,
A. F. n.
.. January 1Ith. 191. E. A.
F t )L.Irx. W. M. Fatp LE%= K. SN
Ruyn CHiAPTER, NO. 40,
H ROYAL ARCH MA5ONS
Rerular Meeting. Second Mon- t
day in Each Month.
W. E.DLvs.H D. Ct.AX3.
fli:h Priet. Secretary.
Manning Chapter. No. 19 '
*Order o Enastern Star.' t
teet3i. FIrt. Tuebday b
in each Month. C
(Mi-%) FKArC=S DAV.L W. X.
;(Mhis) M~aa DArts. Sec
REAL OYSTERS, :
55c. per Qt.
Get your orders in now to
to avoid disappointment. a
Manning Grocery Co.
Purveyors to Particular People. a
Maj. Abe Levi is in Philadelphia for C
.a few days. h
The Bank of Turbeville is to organize a
itoday and elect its officers
Santa Clas has robbed the stores of I
,much of their glad makers.
Dr. Arthur Harvin of Abbeville was
bome for the Christmas.
1195 is the lucky number which wins
she doflatJ. H. Ragby's.
Several from Manning went to the S
tournament az Sardinia yesterday.
Mr. Harby Moses, of Greensboro, o
N. C., was in Manning yesterday. V
Miss Daisy Crowder is spending the 1
holidays with friends at Strother's. t
Dr. Claude Breeain, of Charlestoo,-is1
in Manning visiting his parents. E
We are informed that the "Red
Cross" will change hands on the 1st. S
The post offce business at the Man- a
ning offce was the biggest ever had. p
Mr. Eddie Davis, formerly with THE B
TnnES, as in MJanning visiting friends, a
Now is the time to get up your ac
counts and have a general squaring off.
Jake Hlarrinof the Charleston college ~
is spending the holidays with his father. "
The college boys and girls from the si
various colleges are at home having a
The one that holos the lucky number he
gets the handsome doll at J. H. Rigby's E
Mr. D. E. Bradham, of Jacksonville.
tis spending the Christmas with his
1parents in Manning.
ithe people did not realize it the ps
:seve-al weeks. p.t
If THE Trxm does not appear up to
its standard this week our readers will P
know the reason why.
We desire to thank the several friends
who so generously remembered the edi- ~c
or this Christmas. ti
Mr. H. 0. S. Jakson. formerly of this'
town, was married to a Miss Evans inr
Florence last week.
Capt. T. E. Fischer, of Charle:,ton, c
spent the holidays with his father-in- ~
law, Mr. A. H. Breedin.
Mr. and Mrs. .1.E. DeMars. ofAtlanta, "
are in Manning visiting their parents. '
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Harvin.
Mrs. W. G. King, of Spartanburg, is a
in Manning visiting her sisters. Mes- o
dames Howle and Galloway.
Several of Mr. Woocson's congrega-v
tion remembered him for the Christ- a
mas, and he appreciates it. 10
Those still retaining the post-offce
box keys of the old post-offce will please
hand them in.
Mr. and~ M rs. R. A. Wells, of Wallace, '
N. C.. are spending the holidays with P
f--iends and relatives ner.r Trinity.
That sparkler we mentioned last week a
is there all right, and the wearer's eyes I
are keeping pace- with the beautifal\
We are glad to learn that~the people
of Sandy Grove will not act hastily in
the matter of voting into Williamsburg c
The happiest people on earth are the
Presbyterians of this town: they now
have a place of worship which is all
So far we have heard of ne serious
casualties in this county as the result of
fire works, tire water, and other causes
The Clarendon legislative delegation
will please remember they are expect
.ed to meet in Manning on the 7th of
The magistrate's offce at this placet
turns in more money than all of the
.other m'~gistrate's om1ces in the county I
put together. I
La'.t Monday was celebrated for
Christma% and there was much jo.lli~ea
tion during the day and as night enme,
.on it got more so.
There was a large, volumn of busina .%
,dlone in this town for the holidiay trade.'
All of the merchants report the be~
Henry l'iowden, w hte!ysz Ncar
nd McLaurmn Apptoi: from :ne Geuera
sumter Memorial Instit:;tio of State.
burg. are home for th- holidays an
Miss Mae Strar.e .of ManIuini ha
wrn appointed by the Attorney Gena
Oral to a poesition iI Ihe en ri .hIv
;%artment for the comting: st.-on of tih
At Workman last Monday there wa:
L large number of relatives and friend:
* dine with ;be family of Mr. S. W
IcIntsh. and ther e:.joyed a regulai
>!d-fashioned Christmas dinner.
Oh. what a difference in the morning
was the feeling yesterday when a gocs
trong thirst had its grasp upon those
rho thought tba;. Christmas m'ut be
elebrated with the oh.be-joyfu!.
We . uld ask some of our f-iends t<
urnish us with three copies of THm
,LmES of issue November U'.. We need
hem for a special puirpose and it will
e a favor to get them. Help us out.
Mr. A. Abrams has :one to New York
ora few days. While there he expect,
o buy up Wall Street. an-. to invcsti.
Ate the conduct of SherirT Gamble and
..uther McIntos.h who were in that little
own the week before.
Much do we hope that those who are
ehina with their subscriptions to THE
'tiEs will send their arrearage before
he 10th day of January. We need their
elp because the Gank wants ours s0 it
an help us again.
What was the cause of M.r. Theodore
Oesne's cotton house beit.g torn a aav
an be imagined when it is known that
Ir. Lesesue bought an automobile just
few days ago. after having had busi
ess at the express office.
At the home of Mr. J. T. Stukes in
iis town there was a familv reunion.
>r..' T. Stukes of Florida. Rev. S. G.
tukes of New Jersey. Dr. Lionel
tukes of Summer-on, \rs. John Bur
e of Summervil:e and Taylor Stukes
r Davidson college were present.
Mr. E. B. Felder, one of Summnerton's
.ibstantial citizens, will soon make his
oMe at Rome. Ga. Clarendon does
at like to give up any of her good citt
os, but Mr. Felder has bought prop
rty in the Cracker State and thinks he
iust go there to develop it.
THE TtIES editor will soen be going
>Columbia for the legislative session.
nd he would request that his friends
end in to the paper the news from
very section. If they see anything
oirg on which will be of interest to'
%e public send it to the paper for pub
At the meeting of the legislative dele
ation in Manning on the 'th of Janiu
ry, we would be pleased to have citi
ens present to make such suzgest:ons
s they may think will aid the dele-a
ion. and especially would we like to
are the county commissioners, and
>me who are familiar with the hunting
ad fishing conditions.
Mr. Marion Bradham, who is holding
responsible position on the Charlotte
bserver, is in Manning on a visit to
is parents Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Brad
am. When in Charlotte some time
Zo it, was gratifying to us to hear the
ice words of commendation from Mr.
radham's employers. They think a
hole lot of b~m and his ability iz the
)mposing room of this great daily.
Clarendon Lodge, K. :,f P., 1-3, met
t night and elected the following
iMers for the ensuing year: F. 13.
[offitt, C. C.: Dr. J. A. Cole, V. C.: W.
.Plowden, Prelate: Clarence Mathis,
I. A.: Earle Moftt; M. of Ex.: Thos.
immer, M. of F.: Morris Beenc. K. R.
S.: M. of W.. M. M. Krasnoff: I. G.,
T. T. Tobias: 0. G., W. 0. Hodge: S.
liver O'Bryao, D. G. C.: Trustees, S.
Till and E. B. Gamble: Representa
es to Grand Lodge which meets in
lumbia fourth Tuesday in M\ay. A. C.
radham and Louis Appelt.
There was a killing in Sumter last
ndav evening, and from the accounts
ard here it was over a ver- trivial
Yai, resulting in two white men, Har
r and Bateman, being lodged in jail.
id Ed. Bossard, a hackrman, killed.
arper is a contractor, and Baternan is
clerk in the Coast Line freight oftice.
he story which reached Manning was
at one of the parties wanted to ride
Bossard's hack, but he had another
sseger and a quarrel ensued. There
ems to be several versions of the un
rtunate affair which will probably be
fed at the next term of the court.
Tne F. N. Wilson In !mec!e A gency
eld its annua! m.-eting yesterday and
ard the report of the Manager. Mr.
.C. Horton. which was very satisfac
iry, indeed. The agency declared a
iirty per cent. dividend, which was
ratifying to the stock-holders. This
rency handles nothing but the very
nat of companies. strictly tirst class,
id while it is careful in assuming risks.
acts for the insured to see that he gets.
hat is coning when a los-i occurs.
ho having buildings and other prop
ty can do no better anywhere than to
ae their risk in the hands of the F.
.Wilson Insurance A::ncy.
One of the parties arrested in Sumter
arged with being ar. accomnplice to
e killing of a hack man is Mr. Rosser
.Bateman. formerly of this county. a
an of very quiet demeanor with aigood
~putation, the last rnan on earth who
ould have been sus.pected of being
>nnected with such a deed. His ac
uaintances in this county ..ympathize
ith him in his trouble. especially since
is known that he did not do the shoot
ti and was only with the man who
id it. We sincerely hope that he will
at have any dit~culty in proving his
mocence. His good character for peace
ad integrity can be proven by hundreds
Sgood citizens of Clarendon.
The last issue of TH E TI.\ES for the
ear 1910 contains an advertisement
fThe D. J. Chandler Clothing Co..
Sumter, which is an eye-opener to
aose who have not already supplied
wmselves with w inter clothing. There
Sno concern in :ho eastern part of
outh Carolina which wil give better
alues, and there are none better pre
ared to supply the needs of the peo
I. The Chandler Clothing Company
joys a splendid trade in Clarendon.
od the reason of it is they giv e the
rading public their mnoney' worth.
1Ce have done business with this con
en with absolute satisfaction. and al
rays feel that anything comir.g fromr
bem is what it is represented. When
ou go to Sumter be sure aind ..ee their
fferiners and we feel sure you will be
leaseL. Read their advertisemnt in:
The following amounts hatve beera
ubscibed toward the Presbyteriata
lebt by friends not mtuember,. of our
'hurch which has not been previous
I. W. McLeodl...... .--.---.--. 0 (N
i Ministers Son.......---.-... 2O
Savannah Friend.... ......2O
V. G. King........ .---..--... .
. R. Chandler...... .... ....1
. M. Bradhatu......--....... . 0
r FCofey.................. 50
'.C. Coskey........ ...-....- 1( 10
N. G. Belser........ ..........10 0M
ali',' Annie Thatnes ......-.....3 0
Rheumatism Relieved in 6 tlonrs.
Dn. Drentox's REt..n:f FoRt R:H E
cATis. us.uatI~ relieves severest case
n a few hours. its action upon th<
;ystem is remnarkable and effective. I
emoves the' cause and the diseas<
juickly disappears. First dose beneti:
Saved Fromr X wiul Death
How , aav:.g c any Ca h
1Y A "I ~ ~ C . 1).
1). 'shNdo y it.NC.
h it. *.he wr. g, - thin ad ;aiz'-,
hadi no' aprei- a:t,.a '.eand 'o c
.e ker e verm rv tv. am rem,-d ie- failed,
t il Dr N ti., NV I ie o-V ry wa tried,
arld s)o com)apIete !V cure d her. That 'he
ha- rot ben triabled wih a
slce. I:'. the tLest. medic ice I ever sa w
or heard of." For cue hs. cords. Ia
gvrippe, nsthma, ert'up. hem arrhage and
all bronchial w,ube,.. it h. eiual
50c. $1.0o. Trid bottle free. zi;aran
teed by ail druggistts.
They Did, -.
There was at the klanuing Pre'sby
terian Church last Sunday & suos:
gratifyiw service. This -Coe.-g:r -
tion sureeeded in *Ile herciuteau Cask
of wiping out the muortgage oa it,
tanaificient edifico., and for the Oc
casion a special %ervice was !ekt.
There wf~s a large eota::reratIoU pre
ent. numbering uany frotn the other
denominations in town, besides sote
who have no church connection. but
Who were deeply, interested in the
succe-msa of those who had -.o njobly
done their work. The service was
especially apprc.priate. aud the
music so beautifully rendered lent
a peculiar charn to this day of re
joi-ing. When it caine titue for the
real bntinrss of the occacion. Itev. F.
IL. Shulq-r. pastor of Metlodia
church. was, chosent noderator, a
position he. althou;;h not accustoIu
ed to be addressed as such. presided
with becoming di:nitry and acted as
if he would ;rrace a Presbyzer.an pul
pit. The friends. ior nemaers of
this congtregation. it was o-ed0 ;hat
$1.010 had beet contributed. and
atIn:U those who libetrallv :ave aid
in this undertakinr wt-re the Jews
of this town which was sincerely
appreciated. There was several
speeches mads and the followingt
resolutions were adopted:
Whereas, we as a congregation.
with our friends, have mec this beau
tiful Christmas morning to celebrate
the remarkable feat of paying off
an indebtedness incurred in the
heilding of our handsome church.
amounting to approximately $19.
000.00. within five vears. Now, be it
First, That we ;give to iiod the
glory for C.e material blessin- that
reniered this achieveient poesible.
and for so moving upon the icarts
of this people and their friends as to
undertake this work for His Honor.
Second. That we wilt ever resnern
ber our friends who so liberail; :ame
to our aid teveral years ago, when
we have burned the first morteage
for over $5.000.00. and who now have
contributed over eleven hundred
dollars to make possible our joy of
today burning the last mort.-ages
for over $7600.00. Resolved:
Third, That we recognize la this
public way that to one tuan, hox
ever, above all others, whose faith
and untiring efforts was linitless
do we owe the success of this day. to
the pastor of this church, the Rev.
A.. R. Woodson. will our love and
esteem ever he warm, and we wish
him and his as happy a Christmas
as he has made ours this day. Re
Fourth. That this resolution be
,ublished in the county and daily
Adopted December 25, 1910.
F. H. SHUI.
E. C. HoRToY, Moderator.
You ost eadthis if Yohu Want the Benefit.
J. W.e Greer Greenwood, La.. suf
fee iha severe case of lumbago.
"The pains were so intense I was forced
to hypodermic injections for relief.
These attacks~ started witit a pain in t he
small of my back which gradlually be
camne fairly paralyzing. \My attention
was attracted to Foley's kidney Rteme
dy and I am glad to say after using this
wonderful medicine I am no longer
bothered in any way. by my old enemy
lumbago." W. F. Brown & ('o
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarenon.
COUR'T OF CO.\MO1N PLEAS. -
Copy Summons for Relief.
t Comnplaint Served.)
I ruce WV. DesChamnps, i'laintiff.
jC. ). D~eschamps, It S. D.-s<':hamp%. ..
M1. DesChamps. Ida FElliott. Henary 1D.1
Green Hennie D. lBraiisfoard. Grace
IL iUriggs. Lalla Briigts. iBessie 1e
IChamps. Louis T. DesChamp., Mlyrtle
DesChamps. .\. Caro D~eschamnrs.
Mlarshall DesChamn ps.lva Deschatmps.
C. Alphonso DesChamnps,H. J. Hlarby.
A. D). Harby, .1. M1. Harby and Horace
.Harbv ,as Trustees under the Will of!
Horace Harhv. deceased. Estella D'A.
Levi, .\itchell Lev'i and Ferdinand
Levi. Co-partners as Levi lrothers.
To The Above Named D~efendant:
You are hereby Summouned and re
quired to answer the complaint in this
action. of which a copy i.. herewith
served upon you. and to serve a copy of
your answer to the said colmptaint on
the subscribers, at. tiaeir othee. 1:lut'
North .\ain Street. in the City of Sum
te. v . ithitn ',wenty d:;y. after the~
service hereof: ex"dusive of the day of
such service: and if you fail to answer
the complain: with in the- IC ime fore
lsaid, the plainti!t in this action will apl
p to the Court for the relief demnandedI
Dated November 19th. .\. D). 1!'10
ITo the Defendant. J. .l esChamps:
Trake no' ice that the Summnu anti
Conplaint in the above styled action
were filed in the orliee of the Clerk of
said Court on t;:e 14th day of D~ecea mber.;
1910'. and that plainltiitT makes no' pe.r
Isona! demand against you. -
TRY TH1E NEW
For your next order. FEvery
.hing, new. fresh and. cletan.
jus.t opened in
MOUZON'S OLD STAND
Your order ill receive care
fut and prom'pt attentionl and
will be highly' appreciated.
Full and com'pete iume of'
>STAPLE AND FANCY
Mouzon 's Grocery
fe P. B.wn 'dUfC , Pi o P.4c
.\nn:e Helle, the iItle four venr old
dan-I.ter of .IMr. and M r-_ 1.. H1. Wfilon
St pi'ae.- accide'nt ly t heroelf or,
:ir. a-t\Cdn-.~nWeek while tiav
inris miatche-- in the %ard. The
I'- elothe-; were ent-irl hurned off
and her 0- h4. bod wa h alao burnt!
vtrv badilv. Dr. HIarvin wa- irnmed
d ie To satve the litt!e air!. Ilier re
:mtin.. were carried to iancater.
. r. I lca-iev I :trwick. h( I ezhf eldet on
of lr--. C W. 11:::epa-.sedl awav
(Chri::a morning' al- u l1 o'clock
af.-r an iiin--.. of severa! mont hi. Mr.
arick wa-.:'l vears ild and wa= a
voini l l:n nouch :n!mir-i by all whoI
ki-w him. Th. funer-al 4ervie- were
hldin the M t hod it emreh Monday
M0111.rn : 11 'e e . .t \r II ucks
oiciat in. The bowdy w. laid to rest
in the old familybryn rud
)r. (;*o. W Smith and .arzilv of
.lone-ivillt ar,- vIiting rtlative, here.
M.\ K.l. . .Geddinzs ,,pent Ml.:oday in
Mes-r... I1 11. Ilichardon and .\. .
Teomer are ir. (har!eston %pending
Mr.-. C'. C'. Chapman of Darlington isi
vietir: .-rsserM is; .\bbie Rtagin.
.\Ir. 1utfh Spritt of Ft:r Btif. N. C.
spnt ('brista day in town.
N! r.:. A. !*. Lide i= in Sumnt-r e.iwd
in,-, the hotwliday..
Cae.: l.oh Gritin. Mr. .Jim Week.:.
.LX i.e-: .La.:e 'Week; and Ida Griffin
ar-- a: homne fr-on olee
Dr. 1. S. Twehan and fatni;.y spentl
Monday in Sum:--r on a vi.,it toy rela
.i" Annie l:eeve i' in lRidzeway
spending the ho!idiays with relat ive-.
T. P. A.
For Sale--I. ton. cotton ,seel meal.
L. -. Brail.ford. Summerton. S. C.. R
. '.. No. 2.
For Sale -One second hand Marvin
safe. four oak desks and a lot of post
omlee hoxes. .Apply at the post-office
For Sale-Three nice building lots in
s desirable section on West Boundary
.reet known as some oi the .. M.
radham lots. Anply to Chas. W.
Pie.kerintz. Bloomnville, S. C.
itch relieved in .) minutes by Wool.
ford's Sanitary Lotion. Never fails
Sold by W. E. Brown & Co., Druggists.
State of South Carolina
County of Clarendon.
*Cir (-F COMMON PLEAS.
u. A. Johnson. Plaintiff.
risbue Charles, Henry Gamble. Walk
er Gtuble. Mautluie Gamble, and
Rosa viamble Defendants.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
I udgment Order of the Court of Com
mon Pleas, in the above stated nc
tion. to me directed. bearing date of
December 13th. 1910. 1 will sell at pub
lic auction, to the highest bidder for
ash, at Clarendon Court House, at
Manning. in said county, within the
leal hours for judicial sales, on Mon
av, the 2nd day of Tanuary. 1911,
being salesday, the following de
%cribed- real estate:
All that piece, parcel or tract of
land, lying, being and situate in the
:ounty of Clarendon. in the State
iforesaid. containing twelve and one
half (12j) acrres, more or les's, andI
bounded and butting as follows, to-j
wit: North by lands of Isaac Gam-1
ble: East by lands of Junius Strange
South by lands of Henry Dozier, and
West by lands of Henry Dozier and
ands of Albert Nelson. The si
:ract of land being~ composed of tw ol
rats, both of which were con veyedlj
o Suilney iarnble, by Rev-. James
le~owell, atut are fully delineated
> plats made respectively by P. (.
denbow and J. E. Scott, surveyors.
Purchaser to pay for papers
E. B. GA MBLE.,I
Sher-iff Clarendon Count y.
iTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COURT OF COMMON PL.EAS.
4. L. Lese.:ne. Plaintiff
bi4' iutler. l)efenzdanit.
UND)El AND) BY \'il:TUF: (F A
I iliod iment I rder of the C'ourt of Ct.en
non.~ Pleas. in, thbe abouve stated :ae
iona. to mie di2recte-d, bearing~ date of
ie- a:It '::. to Ihle highest bidder, for
:ulb. .-t ('lareundon Cou rt House. at
dIaingza. ini sa:id county. within the4
egal hour-. for judiciali sales, 4n Mon
a. the 2zrol day of January, 1:411,
--.A;I t ha~t ;,iece or :tarc-el of landl.
.ituate.lvm;: and bein;g ini the County
>f Clare:ndon. State of South Caro
ia, c-ondtainiu;g Fifteen: and1 Three
uarter (1.~ :;4 Acres. mnore or ie,
ndl biounded4~ a:s tullows. to-wit
)On :he . ort h by lands ot Estate of
. W. Thaine' anid t he' te-unter Pub
ic lRoad: on the Eas't by'. lands of A.
aMotte Lese-ine: 0on thle South by
andcl of the E.-tate of A. W. Thamie:
Ludt on4 the WVest by lands of the said
. WV. T hlan:es.
Th'le .aid tract being at port ion 'of
he- land which was cut off aud
warded to the said A bie Butler ui
Ir a l.artition proceedin:: in the
'urt of Commoin Pleas for said
out v. in :a tract of land forunerly
>wn~ed bv Eliza T. Butler, and coni
-eved by her to WV. M. Butlem, Trus
c. Tlie' said tract is more partic
alarlyv described on a plat made by
.JBrownue. Survecyor. on file in
he oftice- of Clerk of Court for said
ounty in the partition proceedinlg
Puchasers to pay for pprN.
F: H. G.XLM BLE.
Sheriff Clar'endon ('ounty.
TATE OF SOUTH GAROUINA -
County of Clarendon.
C:OURT WI OF CO MM( N PLEAS.
Summons for Relief.
(Coinplatint '.erve.. 1
lugh A't. Rtic'hhnour;:. PlaintiT,
lice Che'wnin::. Sallie Senn, Mary
Felde'r, Fannie IR.:;in. Ella L.a
Mater and Williamn Shuiford, D~e- t
1o the above nam~ued IDefendants:
You are hereby mmioned and re
juired to ans1wer the compflalint i
this action, of which a copy is here
wvith served upon you, and to serve a
:opy of your answer to the said com
laint on1 thew sub.-eribars at their
ltice. ini thle townl of Mannin: .
South Caro4lina, within twenty dlays
after the se-rvi'e hecreof: excluKsive' of
the day of suelr service: and if you
tail to atnswe'r the co(inplainit within
le t hne afoLresaid. t he plainititT in t
thi- act ion will aply to4 the Court for
the relief demanded in the complaint.
T the defendant Williamn Shiuford: -
You will take~ not ice that thle Sum
meu'n= andi Comptlainlt inl the above eni
tited action hao. been tiledi inl the
otice of the t.lerk of Court for Clar
endon County this 14thI dlay of De
ee-inber A. D). 1910I.
latedl lDeetber 14th A. D. 19il0.
D)Avzs & Wx'~tynimi,
Jo J. C~ArxY,
H SPOT HEALING OIL i
25c. by Mail.
For Barbwire Cuts. Sores. Mange and Skin
Diseases ou Man or Beast.
Oil of Old Field Pine.
Rhame's Drug Store,
Summerton. S. C.
The New 1911 Model Brush Runabout has lots
and lots of improvements on the 191o Model as good
as it was. and to the surprise of all, the price re
mains the same the same.
Do von know that we have seventeen operating
in Clarendon Ctounty and not one dissatisfied custo
dollars can buy an Automobile that can do your
work as the BRUSH does it, whot do you want to
pay some one else more for a car that has not half
the reputation back of it.
Write or 'phone us today if you want to see the
machine, we can prove to you all we claim for it.
5 SOME BARGAINS IN CLARENDON(
No O~lL~ OUNTY FAid8,U toc
acrehav -112mjst 4&iiifor uick sale on grood terms, the following: 9
nig"ood commniI ty. unaZr chrhandsol .
'*04 acres derd -xih mod~l cultiration and ferti- $
9 1izat ion wii! ::1s :i bh- :f c:>ttOn per acre. 6-9
room11 dweil u', ba rn a:: sia bles,. situate on pub. $
lie roadl. wia rent for $250 to) $300. Price . $,000. 9
No. 2. 2tia acres, 100) acres in cu itivation, two houses5,
barn and stables. on pubbec road, good commu
n ity. nlace making this year 3-4 to bale of cotton 91
9pe: aere, 1 1 2 miles to station, 5 miles to Mlan- 9
Snng. Price. S25.00) per acre.
No. :: 50 acres. 7 miles to :\lanning, 1 mile to station,9
150 acres cleared. 4 buildings, good community,
near land sold to Mlarlboro farmer. Price, S-'.750.
9 No. 4. 150) acres, about 100 acres cleared, 2 1-2 miles to 9
9 station, two ordinary tenant houses. Price. $16.50 9
9per~ acre. .9
No. 5. 145 acres. Smiles to Mlanning, about 70 acres inm
cultivation. igood tenant house and barn and
stables, good land, adjoins land sold to' Marlboro
9farmer. Price. $40.00 per acre.
9No. ii. 29'5 acres. 150' acres cleaLred.6-room dwelling,barn .
9 .nd statles. 4 teniant houses, or. public road, near 9
scholl goodI land, suo timber, lies well, a nice 9
plce Price. $40.00' per acre.
: elR. COSBY NEWTON,
RelEstate, Stocks and Insurance, O
3en neettsville, 8. C.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY RATES
To Stations East of the Mississippi River, and South of~
he Ohio and P otomaUc Rivers.
December 15, 10;. 1~, 21. 22. u:1, 21, 25 and 31, 191)).
d .lanuarv 1 1911.
To reach or iginal s.tarit i-: point. returning, not later
han midnigtrlt of .Januairy S. 1 911.
Forw addlitionlal informat i4n Eund1 reservations. address
H. D. CLARK. Ticket Agent.
Manning. S. C.
V. J. ClRA IG. T. C. WH ITE.
Passenger Trilie Manauzer. Gien. Passenger Ag't.I
* WTHATWE X4OULD
PRESENTS AND GIVE
SonCIt\WG TH EY CAN
S0 MANY NICE US
NECK WEAR ANDTHE
HAVE ALLTHE THI
CHRISTMAS! WHAT JoY THE VERY WORD
BRINGS. 'TIS AT CHRISTMAS TIME THAT WE
TURN FRoM SELFISHNESS AND TRY To MAKE
oTHERS HAPPY. AND HOW T*S 5RTN65 HAP
PINESS UNTO oURSELVES!. WHAT SHALL THE
P R E S E N T S BE? USEFUL THINGS--USEFUL
rHINGS. MEN LIKE To GET NECKTIES, SILK
SUSPENDERS, NICE HoSE, HANDKERCHIEFS,
MUFFLERS, GLoVES, SLIFPERS, SMoKING JACK
ETS---THINGS To WEAR.. CAN'T YOU FIND
SOMETHING IN THIS LI1T YOU THINK WOULD
MAKE A NICE PR.ESENT FoR.- A GENTLEMAN?
NECKTIES FOR $1.5C
SftK SUSPENDERS F,
MUFFLERS FOR 50C
SLIPPERS FOR $2.oc
SMOKING JACKETS FoP 2,.0 AND 43.50.
BUY SoMETHING NICE N OUR FURNITURE DE
AND LITTLE MEN? WIAT WOULD BETTER
PLEASE A LITTLE MAN THAN:
A NICE oVERCOAT-CO31 FROM $.0oo To $2.50.
A SUIT oF CLoTHES-Co;T FRoM $1.50 To $4.00.
SOMETHING USEFUL IN FIRNITUR E DEPARTMENT.
WE SHALL GLADLY HEL' YOU To MAKE oTHERS
Max M. Krasnoff.
MY DER LITLE FIEND
Coe:Coe"Se he"en ofteDlFaiy- nc
Sat aarie .n.ad i-edqatr:tJ.H IB '
"TeYon Reial "V
Bu X orTy'hr.soa ogtacaceo h euiu
Cm:CreSeth Queen of the Doll RaeFvr 0.i osgvsyua icket On
Hmas Eve the luck number will be placed in the window just under
the swing which the Doll sits. Your Old Friend Santa wants to see
you there. I will ba there to see what each one wants. Tell your
mama and papa to come, for I have gifts for them also.
J. H. R IG B Y,
"The Youngz Reliable."
TI-TW TTM1S OFFICE.