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That Manning is last. become metre
politan in the methods of advertisin!
used by our merchants to call the buy
ing public's attention to the splendii
values which they are offering. als
that the wide-a-wake Zeigler's Phar
i macy is keeping up with and just a lit
tle ahead of the times in an advertis
ing respect is again practically demon
- strated by what is perhaps the mos
elaborate system of adverising everal
tempted by any business house in thi
section, namely: the giving away of th<
beautiful Upton Parlor Grand Pian,
which is now upon exhibition at thei
T1 is piano retails at $400.00 each
guacanteed for ten years. The princi
pal points of superiority of the cele
brated Upton piano over any other o
this class of instruments lie in the threi
strings in unison with overstrung bass
the splendidly pitched scale and trui
sounding board which give the Uptoi
that rich, deep, even tone so much ad
In a recent interview, with Dr. Zeig
ler, regarding this decided innovatio1
in advertising, Dr. Zeigler stated: "W<
have been enjoying the iatronage an<
confidence of the buyers of this com
munty for some time now and by al
ways trying to keep our stocks comulet4
the saying that 'You can get it at Zeig
lers' has become a household expres
sion. In giving away this piano we ar
actuated by a double purpose, to shov
our appreciation of the patronage of ou
friends durinz r. -27-^ to encour
age ni . t-- . ..: the man:
splend a --. - . .1 -howing i:
all line, : :ery buyei
in this r - e are us
ing in . a - 6:o is equit
-able ar - -.z.. bis. ever.
person buy-_- me 2.2 - N - '-..th of any
thing in o7 *?Ve W LI ee a coupoi
good for 100 votes. The person return
ing to us on Sept. 1st the largest num
ber of votes will be given the piano ab
solutely free of all cost. No favors wil
be shown. Our reputation for 'square
dealing' assures our customers of tha
This fou.r hundred dollar Upton Par
lor Grand pianoissurely a present wortl
having and we predict a very "merr
race" for coupon votes during the nex
Zeigler's Pharmacy is surely to b
congratulated upon its broad-mindet
methods and "Trade Getter" advertis
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Count of Clarendon.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Levi Mercantile Company, PlaintiffM
Ellen Harvin, Elizabeth Harvin,
Sarah Francis Harvin.Cnlia Linnie
Tea Harvin, Winnie Fred Harvin,
and Rucker Proctor Harvin, De
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
Judgment Order of the Court of Com
mon Pleas for Clarendon County,
dated February 20, 1911, I will sell t
the highest bidder for cash. on Mon
day, the 3rd day of April A. D.,
1911, thesame being salesday, in front
of the Court House at Manning, in
said County, within the legal hours
for judicial sales, the following real
"All that piece, parcel or tract of
land, lying, being and situate in the
County of Clarendon, in the State
aforesaid, containing eleven and
one-fourth (11 1 4) acres, as per plat
of S. 07. Cantey, Surveyor, dated De.
eember 11th, 1901, and bounded and
batting as follows, to wit: North by
lands of Frank Singleton, East by
lands of Frank Singleton and the
Public Road leading from Manning
to Wrights Bluff and known as the
Santee Road; South by the Publie
Road aboves mentioned and lands of
Moses Dingle, and West by lands of
Moses Dingle and Kate Benbow."
Purchaser to pay for papers.
E. B. GAMBLE,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
The capital stock of The Peoples'
Bank of Manning having been over
subscribed, and a number having
been left out who desire stock, the
Directors on this day resolved to in
crease the capital stock to a maxi
mum amount of $25,000.00.
Now, therefore,this is to notify each
and every one of the stockholders of
the said Bank that a meeting of the
stockholders will be held at their
Bank building in the town of Man
ning,on Friday the 24th day of March,
1911, at 11 o'clock, a. in., to consider
whether the capital stock shall or
shall not be increased to sucn maxi
mum amount, two-thirds of the stock
of the corporation being necessary
to make an increase. Every stock
holder should be present or send his
proxy to some friend to represent his
views on the question.
The stockholders will -also eleet
three more Directors. if they so de
sire, s~t same time.
By order of the Board of Directors
W. C. DAVyIS,
March 1st, 1911.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAM
Summons for Relief.
(Complaint not Served.)
J. S. McClamn, Plaintiff,
W. L. Locklair, Defendant.
To the Defendant. W. L. Locklair:
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint it
this action which has been filed it
the office of the Clerk of Court o0
Common Pleas and General Session:
for the County of Clarendion in the
State of Southi Carolina~and to serve a
copy of your answer to the said comn
plaint on the subscriber, at hia
office, in Lake City, S. C., withir
twenty (20) days after the service
hereof; e elusive of the day of sucl
service; ~d if you fail to answer the
complaint within the time aforesaid
the plaintiff in this action will apply
to the Court for the relief demanded
in the complaint.
Dated this March 3rd, 1911.
* W. L. BASS,
To the defendant, W. L. Locklair:
Take notice, that the complaint it
this action together with the somn
mons, of which the foregoing is
copy, was filed in the office of the
Clerk of Court of Common Pleas ani
General Sessions, at Manning, S. C.
in the County of Clarendon and Stat'
of South Carolina on the 6th day o:
Dated March 6th, 1911.
W. L. BASS,
For Tnfants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Signtnr of n jiM
SGood News ai
"I write to tell you the V
good news that Cardui t
has helped me so much P
- and I think it is just q
worth its weight in gold,"
writes Mrs. Maryan Mar- C
shall, of Woodstock, Ga.
- "I do hope and trust
3 that ladies who are suffer
ing as I did, will take h
Cardui, for it has beena t
God's blessing to me, and
will certainly help every
lady who is suffering." t]
P CAR DUI
The Woman's Tonic *
- No matter if you suffer
from headache, backache t
pains in arms, shoulders o
and legs, dragging-down a
feelings, etc., or if you
feel tired, weary, worn
out and generally miser
able-Cardui will help you.
It has helped thousands b
of other weak, sick ladies 4
and if you will only give e
it a trial, you will be tf
thankful ever after.
The Secretary Bird.
The long legged South African see
retary birds travel in pairs, male and I
female. If disturbed or pursued their
pace is about as fast as that of a run
ning horse. They seldom use their e
wings and if compelled to do so can
soar to a considerable height. They
build bulky nests, and where trees are
to be had they select one fifty to a
hundred feet above the ground. Their b
nests are built of sticks and sods, lined
with grass, and measure as much as
five feet in diameter and three feet in
thickness. As a rule only two eggs are
laid. Incubation takes six weeks, ]
which Is done by the female. The
young have to remain in their nests b
several months before they can stand
on their long, slender legs, which are
very weak and brittle. The young
easily break their legs if disturbed.
A cold, LaGrippe, Then Pneumonia
is too often the fatal sequence. Foley-s Id
Honey and Tar expels the cold, checks ct
the lagrippe. and prevents pneumonia.
It is a prompt and reliable cough med
icine that contains no narcotics. It is
as safe for your children as yourself.
W. E. Brown & Co.
- Advanced' Fast.
"Mike, didn't you have some trouble
when you landed at New York?"
"Divil a bit, sor."
"You hadn't any password admitting
you to the country, had you?'"
"No, sor, but before I had been inl
the country tin days I had the grip."-~
Not Always Desirable.
"shall we advertise for a man witha
"Well, I don't know. The last man 8
had so much experience that we
couldn't teach him anything."-ltts- c
burg Post ti
Warranted Not to Fail.
Doctor-Your wife needs outdoor ex
ercise more than anything else. Has
band-But she won't go out What amg
I to do? Doctor-Give her plenty of
money to shop with.
Knew All About it.
"Do any perquisites come in your way
at the office?" "Not much they don't.
We have a husky janitor who throws
them kind of folks out."--Baltimore
American. -_______ _t]
Cu'ffs and the Laundress. k
Why are laundry women the most
forgiving of their sex? Because the
more cuffs you give them the mce
they will do for you.
Rheumatism Relieved in 6 Hours.
DR. DETcHON'S RELIEF FOR RHEU
NATISM usually relieves severest cases
in a few hours. Its action upon the
system is remarkable and effective. It el
removes the cause and the disease
quickly disappears. First dose benefits. j
.5c. and S1. Sold by W. E. Brown & Co.
"In the English county of Wiltshire,"
said a customs official, "the natives
are called 'moonrakers.' There's a ,
Wiltshire story, over a century old,
about some rustics who were found'
one night raking away in a pond at
the reflection of the moon, which theyb
took for a cheese.
"That's a very goo story, a very
funny skit on the men of Wiltshire,
but ask a wiltshire man about it andb
with a contented chuckle he will say
"'Oh, yes, people tell as how they
give the name o' 'moonrakers' te us
Wiltshire people bekase a passel o'
stoopids one night tried to rake the
shadder o' the moon out o' the brook,
takin' it for a thin cheese. But that's
the wrong end o' the story. It's alto
gether the wrong endl. Them chapse
as was doin' this was smugglers and
they was fishin' up some kegs o' bran
dy and only pretended to rake out a
cheese. The policeman as axed 'em
what they was about had a good laugh
at 'em, but. by Harry! they had ae
Ibetter laugh at him when they got
home with the stug."a
The Tough Chicken.
There are several ways of transform- tl
g a venerable fowl into a respectable n
family piece de resistance. In fact, by ir
the following method such fowls have st
been made as tender as spring chick- 0o
-ens: Let the bird, after drawing, sea
soning and stuffing, simmer until over
half done. Then place it in ~.he oven
with a piece of pork laid over its
breast. Four the liquor gve andb
around the roast in the pan. Finish t
the cooking in a very hot o'.en, bast- ~
ug frequently with the drippings.
When ready to serve skim off any Su
perfluous fat that may be in the panl
before preparing the gravy. The pork I
prevents the fowl from becoming dry,
and if a small onion is also added it
. will have a more savory flavor. The
simmering lessens its toughness. In I
fact, slow simmering is just the thing ~
for any tough meat, but it should simi- a
mer not boil. Boiling will toughen ~
the tenderest of meat.
A Mother's Safeguard
Foley's Honey and Tar for the chil.
d~en. 'Is best and safest for all conghs- ~
colds, croup, whooping cough and bron- -
I cits. o.opite. W E Brwn& C.
Dolliver and the'Dahlias.
The dahlia is a flower that is almost
acred to Scandinavians. When the
tte Senator Dolliver was speaking to
Swedish settlement from the rear
nd of a Pullman car a bunch of dahlias
-as handed to him. and he bowed his
ianks, while the crowd roared its ap
lause fot- the orator and for the bou
"What kind of flowers are these?"
quired Senator Dolliver of Senator
lapp of Minnesota.
"American Beauties, I guess," replied
Dolliver knew better than that, so
D heartily thanked the people for
ieir attention, applause and splendid
When they met in Washington after
ie campaign Senator Dolliver said to
!e Minnesota man: "Clapp, you would
ave had me mobbed if I hadn't been
rudent. If I had called those dahlias
merican Beauties those Swedes
-ould have been for killing me."
"Yes," said Senator Clapp, "they are
)od people and generally do the right
Why He Wept.
A man who was walking through a
ain inadvertently leftthe door of one
the cars open. A big man sitting in
seat in the middle of the car yelled:
hut the door. you fool! Were you
tised in a barn?"
The man who had left the door open
osed it and then, dropping into a
at, buried his face in his hands and
gan to weep. The big man looked
>mewhat uncomfortable and, rising.
aally walked up to the weeper and
Lpped him on the shoulder.
"My friend," he said, "I didn't intend
> hart your feelings. I just wanted
)u to close the door."
The man who was weeping raised
is head and grinned. "Old man," he
tid, "I'm not crying because you hurt
y feelings, but because you asked me
I was raised in a barn. The sad
LCt is that I was raised in a barn, and
,ery time I hear an ass bray ft makes
.e homesick."-Louisville Times.
The Speedier Way.
He simply couldn't help it He was
As a rule, if not too sleepy, he could
t through a shave in about thirty
re minutes. Bat today, after only
>urteen hours' sleep, he appeared even
ore sluggish than ever. As he ap
led the lather to his customer's
mard his brush lingered haltingly, as
Lough loath to leave the stubby chin
which it was being applied.
His customer was a patient man and
ood this for a considerable while.
at at last his patience began to ooze,
id he interrupted a forty winks' In
rval with a cough.
"S'ere, lad," he suggested, "Aa've an
,ea. Hold your hand, keep tha brush
ill, an' aa'll wag ma head for.ye!"
Making Things Hum In Rome.
The Romans had three recognized
.ethods of applauding-the bombus,
e imbrices and the testae. The word
)mbus did not carry any allasion to
plosives. On the contrary, this form
applause was the most decorous, in
;much as it consisted merely of a
1mming or buzzing noise. Thus In a
sy the Romans were the first "to
ake things hum" in a public assem
y. The bombus was not the chief
ture the Romans had to offer in the
ay of applause. The imbrices meant
demonstration made with the hollow
the hands. The testae meant the
riking together of the fiat portions of
e hands. From this we may con
ude that the Romans clapped, but
tere is no certainty on this point
ew York Herald.
A Shabby Coat Collar.
Very often the collar of a coat be
ns to look sh'abby when the coat
self is in good order, and it is won
arful what a difference a thorough
eaning will make. First take a
ace of clean cloth ajid dip it in spir
s of turpentine and rub the collar
oroughly with it. Leave it for ten
Iutes, then rub It again with the
irpentine and scrape it carefully to
move any loose dirt. Next sponge
te collar with a 'little alcohol and
sep wiping it untilit is dry. Hang
-up in an airy place for an hour or
vo and it will look as good as new.
How It Was.
"Shes very wealthy?"
"Money left to her?"
"No. - She is the author of a book
titled 'Hints to Beautiful Women.'"
"I presume all the beautiful women
tthe country purchased it?"
"No; but all the plain women did!"
ew York Herald.
A Rite and a Wrong.
"Marriage," remarked the professor,
vas a rite practiced by the an
"And bachelorhood," interrupted a
aden of forty, "is a wrong practiced
E the modern."-Boston Transcript.
"Why, Harkins, where have you
sen? You look like a wreck."
"I know it. My twin brother and i
ad a quarrel, and I-hired a bruiser to
k him. The fellow mixed. us up,
ad here I am"--London Tit-Bits.
"There are a lot of girls who don't
rer intend to get married."
"How do you know?"
"I've proposed to several."-CleVe
It is happiness to be nobly descend
I; it is not less to have so much mer
that nobody inquires whether .we
ce so or not.-La Bruyere.
Neutralize and remove the poisons
at cause backache, rheumatism
wvousness and all kidney and bladdei
regularities. They build up and re
ore the natural action of these vita
-gans. W. E. Brown & Co.
The Hdiughty Cook.
"My dear, will you kindly ask thai
aughty cook of ours to stew som
-ipe I brought home? I haven't th(
"Where is the tripe?"
"She's looking at it now through he
rgnette." - Spokane Spokesman-Re
The Very Idea!
Mr. Woggs--I'm through with Bump
told him we- are going to name ou
aby after some great personage an(
sked him for a suggestion. Mrs
oggs-What did he say? Mr. Woggi
-He said, "Nam'e it after ours."-Puch
How Could He?
Aunt-You will never learn how t<
isner your money, Karl. Nephev'
-Can you wonder at it, auntie? M3
.--+.. iti an1way so short
The Tramp and the Dog.
Mrs. Suburb-Oh, my dear, that ma
nificent watchdog you brought hoi
yesterday is gone!
Mr. Suburb-Eh? Did he break t]
"No, but an ugly looking tramp car
around and acted so terribly that I I
the dog loose, but instead of tearh
the tramp to pieces he went off wi
"'Great snakes! It must have bei
the same tramp I bought him of!"
New York Weekly.
"Yez," said the clerk as he dippt
his pen in the ink and prepared to f
out the blank. "Your name, please!"
"Married or unmarried?"
"The world is getting so good T(
may soon see the lion lie down wil
"Yes, but when the lion rises, whei
will the lamb be?"
"I dunno. You'll have to ask som
body in Wall street!"--Philadelph
"People who lose their money ai
always complaining to their frienc
"Nonsense. People who lose the:
money. haven't any friends left to con
plain to."-Town Topics.
Still She Liked Him.
She-Yes, I like Ted. He is so e:
travagant. He-That is hardly the be!
quality for a husband, is it? She-C
course not; I am not going.to marx
OF ALL, KIND%
n Prices Right
Mouzon 'S Grocer
P. B. MOUZON. PROP.
The Bank of Maini
Manning, S. C.
Capital Stock......... .......- .40,0
.Surplus..................... ... 40,(
Stockholders' Liability........ 40,C
Total Protection to Depositors. 120,C
of th- a hti etutdt s
cin guarrinteedy perfec hatinstil
SHacker Mfg. Cc
Geo, S. Hacker & Son,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
Doors, Sash and Blinds; Coluir
and Balusters; Grilles and Gal:
Ornaments; Screen Doors a
WE DEAL IN
Glass. Sash Cord and Weights
R . J. FRANK GEIGER.
MANNING, S. C.
Woodmenl of the World.
Meets on First Monday nights
Visiting Sovereigns invited.
-DR. .J. A. COLE,
Upstairs over Bank of Manning.
MANNING, S. C.
Phone No Th.
i. Succeed when everything else fail
In nervous prostration and femal
_weaknesses they are the suprenr
remedy, as thousands have testified
FOR KIDNEY, LIVER ANI
it is the best medicine ever sol
nor a edruggist's counter.
that I had a neuralgia pain in
my arm for five years, and I
used your Liniment for one
week and was completely
cured. I recommend your
Liniment very highly."-Mas.
J. McGRAw, 1216 Mandeville
St., New Orleans, La.
Cured Quinsy Sore Throat
MR. HENRY L. CAuLK, of
1242 Wilson St., Wilmington,
Del., writes :-"I bought a bot
tle of Sloan's Liniment for the
quinsy sore throat and it cured
me. I shall always keep a
bottle in the house."
gives instant relief from rheu
sore throat, ton
ness and chest
Prices,25c.,50c. & $1.00
Slopn's book on
horses, cattle, sheep
and poultry sent fL! I
Dr. Earl S. Sloan, A6.eA.
Boston, Nasn., U.S.A.
And the Tiny Cells That Give Theri
Their Brilliant Hues.
A leaf is one of the most beautift
things in nature, and it is very wor
derful to think that It owes its lovel
:olor to minute little living bodies o
cells of chlorophyll. This word come
from twc Greek ones, chloros, greer
and phullon, a leaf, and is used t
describe the ordinary coloring matte
The chlorophyll cells or granule
absorb the light and heat of the sun
rays and in some marvelous wa:
which only scientists can understan
manufacture the sugar which Is neces
sary for the life of the tree itself b
combining the carbonic acid gas of th
tmosphere with the water drawn I
y its roots. These tiny celis ares
ery small that as many as 400,00
ave been counted in a square mill
eter of the leaf of a castor oil plan
and In order that they may comei
ontact with as much sunlight as po0
ible the leaf turns slightly on its stal
oward the sun.
If you notice the arrangement of th
eaves on a bough you will see the
ature has placed them so that the
form an almost perfect "light screen
ad catch all the sunshine that ther
Is. If it were not for the constai
work of these little chlorophyll cel]
the splendid trees in our forests woul
wither and die and there would be r
green things left In the world.-Lo:
on Home Notes.
No Need to Stop Work.
When your doctor orders you to st<
ork, it staggers you. "I can't" yc
a. You know you are weak, run-dov
nd failing in health, day by day, bi
you must work as long as you can stant
What you need is Electric Bitters1
give tone, strength, and vigor to yo1
vstem, to prevent breakdown and bui:
you up. Don't be weak, sickly or ailii
when Electric Bitters will benefit yC
from the first dose. Thousands ble:
hem for their glorious health at
strength. Try them. Eyery bottle
uaranteed to satisfy. Only 50c. ata
Minister--Now, Tommy, suppose yo
did something naughty and were aske
l~you did It. What would you say?
Minister-YOU don't know? Why
why, what would happen If you tol
Tommy-The devil'd git me.
Minister-That's right And what:
you told the truth?
Tommy-I'd git the devil.-Toled
He would be a heartless fatheri
deed, w'ho did not allay baby's suffe
ig as did Mr. E. M. Bogan of Ente
prise, Miss. He says:
"My baby was troubled with brea
ing out, something like seven-ye
itch. We used all -ordinary remnedi
but nothing seemed to do any good u
til I tried HUNT's CURE and in a fe
days all symptoms disappeared and n<
baby is enjoying the best of healti
Price 50e. per box.
Manufactured and Guaranteed by
A. B. Richards Medicine Co.
6 Loaves For 25 Ceni
(Ola Galluchat Building.)
H. F. PRATOR, Pr'
SATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
That there is more
Analysis is proven conc
obtained every year froi
They are made from ex
d actual field experiment
n1 requires, and not fr<
Every ingredient i
selected for its plant foi
work to do at the prope
plant fertilized with R(
n regular from sprouting
Ask your dealer fo
see that the trade-mar
When you see this '_
you are getting the g
e ROYSTER Fish Fertili
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FACTORIES AND Sj
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BALTIMORE. MO. MACON, G
Notice to Credito s.
All persons having claims against
the estate of Chovine Richardson
Holladay, deceased,will present them
duly attested, and those owing said
estate will make payment to the
nndersigned qualified administrator
of said estate.
BEN.J. W. HOLLADAY,
Manning, S. C., Feb. 3rd, 1911.
R. 0. PURDY. S. oLIVER 0 BRYAN.
PURDY & o1BRYAN,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
MANNING, S. C.
JOHN G. CAPERS. (of South Carolina).
Ex.Commissioner Internal Revnene.
JOSEPH D. WRIGHT.
- CAPERS & WRIGHT,
AT ORNEYS AT LAW,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Telephone. Main 6691
00 W. C. DAVIS. J. A. WEINBERG.
o DAvis & WEINBERG,
00 ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
Prompt attention given to collections.
ARANT'S DRUG STORE
The Licensed Druggist,
Sells Everything in
DRUGS and MEDICINES
S111111110to0i Fulrniture o0,,
ye Furnished for White and Colored.- WeI
are also dealers in all kinds of Furniture.
-- C. W. EVANS, Mgf.,
SUMIlERTON, S. C.
Everything of the best for
the personal wear and adorn
.ment of both sexes.
We fill mail orders carefully
s and promptly.
Charleston, S. C.
cost1 of 0'
to a Fertilizer than
usively by the results
n Royster Fertilizers.
perience obtained by
s of what the plant
>m ready reference
n Royster Goods is
>d value, and has its
r time, therefore the
IYSTER goods is fed
time until harvest.
r Royster goods and
k is on every bag.
you know that
enuine and original
4. C COLUMBIA. S. C.
A SPARTANBURG. S. C.
TO THE TIM
The Stock we rd
Goods is the prett
this town. Every
all of the Sheer Fa
Also the most
and shades in Mess
All the popular No
at The Young Reli
Also a beau
Come and look
values in Lace an
have the leadershi
' feature of our 6
price is no highe
>u would Raise Big Cro
a would have fewer acre
c~os If you would re<
oduction, buy from the
CHARILESTON, S. C.
the' best from a well known company suec
AME FERi.IZER CO., ChetonI,
"Th Homro of Good FertiliZers"
WRSTE FDR PRICES.
Everybody to know we are
For Pure Drugs.
A SPECIALTY :-: :-:
J. H. HAWKINS,
Licensed Pharmacist and M'g'r.,
W. E. Brown & Co.
Why not take a trip to Florida or
Cuba? They have been brought with
in easy reach by the splendid
Through Train Service of the At
lantic Coast Line Railroad. Writifor
illustrated booklets, rates or any -
ther information, which will be
T. C. WHITE,
Gen. Pass. Agent,
Wihnington, N. C.
ATTORNEY AT LAw,
MANNING, S. C.
V O R K
~present in White
jest ever shown in
wanted effect in
ibrics is included.
als and Foulards
velties are shown
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