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NG. M. C.. AZPI1L 5. 1911 0ha
Publishes All County and Town Of. attz
ficial Advertisements. be
Advertisers wil please re-. tax
member that copy for a thc
change of ad. MIUST be in 0
this otfice by Saturday Noon in order toc
insure publication the following week-.
ST. PETER'S, NO. 54, .
oA- F- rl- R.
Next Meetin::. wVednesay, $:0 Bu
F. L. WOLFE. W. MI. E. J. BROwNE. Sec. M0
RUTH CHAPTER, NO. 40, the
- ROYAL ARCH IASONS -
Regular.MIetin::. Scond Mon- "
day in Each %!onth.
-W. C. Dvis, FRED LsEES:N. ore
High Priest. Secretary. oalb
Man nin- Chapter, No. V.
"Orderor Eastorn star."
Reguiar Meeting. First Tuesday p
in eachIMonth. WC
(Mrs.) G.M31. SMITH. W-. M1
('Miss) SL--sI. H1AnVi. Sec. .
Fresh Garden Seeds! ed
Troific and Early Field Corn.ot
Seed Potatoes. the
We carry the Landreth Success hai
Seeds and have a complete assort- fan
ment of 5c. papers. aw
The Following Bulk Sees den
To Arrive This Week. aga
Red Valentine Bush Beans. dro
Landreth's Scarlet Bush Beans. wrc
Wood's Lima Bush Beans. S
Large Lima Pole Beans. hav
Kentucky Wonder Pole Beans. not
Tennessee Wonder. very fine Beans. we
Early Bristol Field Corn. fici"
Golden Beauty Field Corn see
Golden Dent Field Corn. and
Snowflake Field Corn. eon
Cocke's Prolific Field Corn. nec
Plain Pop Corn. whi
Manning Grocery Co. o"
Purveyors to Particular People. mal
The carnival is in full blast. ear
Pick up the rake and the hoe is the tac
;bymn for the garden seasor..
Girls, let him alone he is to be mar- to C
ried in Charleston on the 19th. w
The Easter hat has emerged from its eve
biding and the women are happy. hea
The carnival is here in full force pro
with a good band of music and severalCh
good shows. .the
Musie is charming. Even a merry- and
go-round, jam up to one's home, will ciat
The Woman's Foreign Missionary tra
Society of the Methodist Church will the
meet next Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock. t~
The court house sque.re is now cov- of h
ered with a beautiful carpet of green, Cop
dotted with pretty white clover bios- unu
soms. It is a thing of beauty. G re
Cards have been issued for the mar- to i
riage of Dr. J. A. Zeigler to Miss Vir- wou
ginia Marie Elfe, of Charleston. for wife
Wednesday evening, 19th inst. her,
,Rev. J. N. Tolar has moved from Ti
Summerton to Sumter. He is now the Con
pastor of the Washington Street Bap- whe
tist church. The people of Summerton on.
gave him up reluctantly. houi
When you buy goods in some distant Tbit
town or city that can be bought at am
homne, you miss the chance to make a wt
business ally in your own town, who busi
sooner or later may be very useful. it
The contract for the Home Bank The
and Trust Company building has been a 3
awarded to Mr. 0. W. McRoy, and the mat
work of tearing down the present house you:
on the lot will shortly begin. Itrea
SThe store of Mr. A. P. Toomer at inte
Pinewood was broken into last Satur- shot
day night and about fifty dollars worth this
of goods were stolen. The thief was plis
caught, put in the lock-up, but escaped. not
Under the auspices of Central School are
"A Peanut Party." We, the f-aculty ject
and patrons of Central School, request this
every body to be present. Central School the
building,~8 to 11:30 p. in., April 14, 1911 Thi:
The town of Manning has now twelve gr
32nd, degree masons two 27th, degree cri
masons and two 14th, degree masons. ti
We venture to say there is not a town i
in the State of the size of Manning
with as many high degree masons.
Hon. J. C. Lanhamn of Summerton
will be the candidate of Post G. of tbe
South Carolina division of the Tray-ha
eers Protective Association for State
president at the State convention w
whieb meets at Greenwood in May. jj
Dr. S. A. Knapp the head of the gov- Bat
enent farm demonstration work died we
a his home in Washington last Sunday . o
at the age of 7S years. Dr. Knapp n,
made many friends among the farmers pt
in this State, and he wil! be greatlyh
What is the matter with our county m~
correspondents? It is a.busy time with He
them we know, but they would help us wei
very much if they- would take a few~ bg
miutes to send us the newvs from their te i
respective sections. The readers of cok
The Times are interested in the hap -s
penings of every section of t be county. ten
The moving of t be old school house and
by J. J. Scott, of Goldsboro, N. C., is a par
splendid piece of work. This large dur
house was moved a long distance with- lied
out the slightest damage. Reaa else- dou
where of Scott's offer of his services for be'i
this kind of work. There is no doubu Hat
about it, Scott knows his business and imue
he is thoroughly reliable. What he the
contracts to do he does. sue
Rtead the special advertisement of E. vie
G. Stukes, of Davis Station, in this in
isue. He is going to have for ten days giv
a stock disposing sale at cost and the
patrons of his store have bargains await
ing them. When the business men of
Davis Station want to raise money the
first thing they do they put on a special -
sale, and then let the people knowit',
through The Times. bot
There was an interesting casener
in the court nouse last Monday by Mag tg
istrate D. J. Bradhamn, of Manning, andla
Maitrate J. A. Brown, of Paxville, inea
habeas corpus proceedings. .The cee
was the suit of L. S. Barwick and L. .
Uarwick, of Paxville, against William
Thomas Briggs, of Silver, for' the pos
segson of a ten year old negro cid. C
The court issued an order giving the F o
child to the Barwicks. Capt. W. C.rel
Davis represented the Barwicks, and~ J. dis
T-T. Lsesne, Mr. Briggs. (
Lciizen of the i),ai taa.on seCem
in Manning yes.terdray anl he con.
ned to us that the "odst in hi. com'
nit are n a deporable condtion.
t th Id oIe Ch, road d!itenes;
brabesarebroeni ,mwn and" al
t masbe erequeSt.-. :ha t th "e
ution of the county coimissioners
directed to thts; condition. and h
,es them to visit this overlooked see
a and see for themselves that the
payers are not getting for the money
y pay to help support the county1
ernment what they are entitled to.
)n last Wednesday at the hoie of
bride's parents. near Brewington.
;s Laura Burgess was miarried to
E. .Oliver Boatright of Georgetown.
e ceremony was performed by Rev.
L. Grier. The bride is the young
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. A.
rgess of Clarendon county, and has
oss of friends, both old and young,
ile the groom is one of Georgetown's
st prominent young business men
i highly esteemed by all who know .
1. Mr. and Mrs. Boatright left on
evening train for their future home
ummerton has now a enoap'ter of tbc
stern Star" organized last Wed
day evening. Grand Worthy Patron
A. G. Outz of Greenwood was the
anizing oflicer. assisted by the a
:ers of the Manning Chapter. The b
owing oflicers were elected: Mrs. I P
H. Anderson, Worthy Matron:[p
. Ellison Capers, Associate Matron: p
s May Davis, Secretary: Mrs. H.
Troy, Treasurer: Mr. J. E. Davis, t:
rthv Patron. After the ceremonies ti
nitiation were over there was a de- fi
Itful reception at the home of Dr.
R. Mood which was not only enjoy- E
by all who were present bu it add- s<
to the enthusiasm of the occasion. t
Ve only learned on last Monday that
issue of The Times of the 22nd did
reach Paxville, and that at other
es there was some confusion about b
paper. We regret this very much
. cannot understand how it could ir
e happened. Hereafter if the paper I
s not show up we will esteem it a
r if some one will inform us right ,
,v so that we can make up another a
lage to send. This is the first acci
t of the kind that has ever befallen
Times that we have ever heard of. b
we sincerelv hope it will not occur
in. The postmasters at the differ- U
offices would favor us if they will h
D us a card if there is anything gone
ig with the paper. g
umter's chr:. er of commerce is to a
e a hired boster. Manning does w
need anything of the kind, because 0
have here all the requisites to make
town grow without the use of arti- a
tI means. Those who visit Manning
the signs of future development,
. once they get a drink of our ar- L
.an water they have a longing to
te back. If Manning could get con- B
ted with the Seaboard railroad,
ch is a possibility, it will take but T
w years when Sumter will have to G
tie hard and fast to keep the pace A
>ur growth. There is everything
e except a competing railroad to .
ce Manning one of the most im- T
tant towns in this section of the y
:e:we have the cream of agriculture:
best of climate. the finest water on y
h, and a people with the nerve to
'hat do you think of a man who went
arleston, stayed several days, and
m about to start home. stand up
let three trains pass without his
r finding out that all three were
ded in the directiun of his home?
not a strong circumstance going to
e that there are blind tigers in
rleston? Mind you, tbe man was at
deot at 5 o'clock in the morning,
beakfast in a Greek restaurant
the last seen of him by his asso
es was while they were buying)
:ets he was seated on a baggage hb
k imagining he was homeward
nd. He finally woke up. caught us
"Carolina special" bound for Cin
mt and came to a full realization
is :fix when the train roiled into sI
ambia, there he held fast to the
>n station nntil 5i3 caime along from
envile and without help managed
et on board pondering all the way
annng what kind of a yarn he b
d be able to hand to bis anxious g.
.We do not know what he told ti
he Manning Tobacco Warehouse P
ipany will be ready for business
n the tobacco selling season comes
The contract for their new ware- u
se has been let to Newman & White, P
work will be commenced at once. b
wil give to this town and county
>e tobacco warehouse facilities, and e,
i two live wires wvorking for the y
ness there is every reason to be- s
e this market will be in the light.
new warehouse has been leased to t
[r. Glenn, an experienced tobacco --
from North Carolina. So bring
r tobacco here thiis season and be
.ted right. The merchants and
er business men are taking an active at
rest to make Manning what it ti
id be, the best tobacco market in gi
section of the State, and to accom. n'
h their purpose they -are going to n(
only see to it that the farmers get h
market price for the weed, but they tr
also going to make it a special ob- h:
to induce the buying of goods at d
market. To do this they realize a.
competition existing in other towns.-\
s they propose to overcome by secur- E
good'prices for the tobacco and by J
rin all merchandise at inducing L
es." So come to Manning and let F'
town have a chance to prove what x
ow claimed by those who are work- D
to keep Clarendon's trade where it D
yhu Bates, who since his conviction R3
been a trustyv about the court house, V
ng as janitor, and doing his work 1R
, was paroled by the governor last B
k, upon the recommendation, of .
e Wilson, and a strong petmton. -
es and hlis wife, Mary. were in the
ds in the Panola section and a little
Gadsden Richardson, was witb
n. The little fellow was killed, and
es and Mary took fright an d left for
s tinknown. Sheriff Gamble, as is
eustom, used the wires and the ma ils
pprehend the coupie. finally iocat- S
them in QuakerstownPennisyvianiu
p'ocured the necessary papers and
it on and found them employed in a
a!. The pair was brouaht back and
d in the 1t908 June term of court,
vieted and sentenced to serve eight
rs each. Mary went on to the peni
aiary, where s'he still is. and JTohn
tained in the service of the county
was a well behaved urisonecr. His
eec simply makes him a fre'e man 3
ig goodl behavior. anrd we are satis
he will never violate it. WVe also I
bt his being guilty of intentiuually
:g the cause of the death of Gadsden.
. he not gotten frightened.and coms 1
eiately to the authorities and toldd
whole truth of the accident. for 5
bwe believe it to have been, we doe
believe he would have been eon
ed at all. He wvill continue to work
ie curt house: the supervisor has a
en him the employment.
Dne Conductor Helped Back to Work.
I. Wilford Adams is his name. andi
writes: "I[ was confined to my: bed
h hronic rheumatism and used two
tis of Foley's Kidney Remedy n ath_
d egect. The third botte put me
my feet anld I resumed work as eou
:to'r on the Lexington, Ky., Street
iway. It will do all you elm in
es of rheumatism." It clears the
od of uric acid. W. i-'. Drown a Co.
;ood results always follow the use of
l y Kidney Pills. They give promptC
le'f in all cases of kidney and bladder
-rdrs Try thm. W. 1 Brown
7Th Foreston Fire.
On the 2,th of March there was quite
conilaration in the town of Foreston,
estroying practically all of the busi
ess houses. The iirc sta'ted im tie
S 'ore C:nipany I iilding. and
be citizeus of tla tOwn had suspicions
f incendiarism. Tie mattel was re
orted to the StUate Insurance depart
ieut, and Deputy Insurance Commis
ioner B. A. Wharton. of Columbia.
:ent to Foreston yesterday to investi
ate. The result of his investigations
:as a war'rant issued for Mr. M. Davis,
anager of the Foreston Store Comn
anV charging him with arson. M.\agis
rate .. E. Richhourg held the prelimi
arv. and from. tht: evidence produced
e committed Davis to jail.
Mr. Davis was brought to Manning
his morning and lodged in jail. He is
blind man and he says a native of I
;eorgia. It is a sad case-a man of
ne physique with a good face but de
oid of sight. and in his condition to be
harged with such a grave crime is
rulv sad. Mr. Davis has not been liv
3g in Foreston very long. He recently
isured his stock of goods in the F. N.
Vilson agency for K1800.
A Nice Performance.
On last Friday evening at the school
uditorium. Little Red Riding Hood. a
eautiful operetta, in four acts, was
resented by seventy-five pupils of the
rimary grades. to a very large and ap
The pupils who took part in the enter
inment clearly revealed the fact that
iey had been carefully and thought
The part played by Leila Margaret
ickson, Little Red Riding Hood,could
yarcely be surpassed. She was, indeed,
le heroine of the play. The Robber
Colf was well represented by James
The most spectacular features of the
lav were the various parts performed
y the bridal party and by the hunters.
The musical programme was quite
iteresting, and of a high degree of
The play was beautifully combined
th masic which was well interpreted
ad ably rendered by Miss August%
The audience was highly entertained
tween acts with a violin solo. Love of
'Id, rendered by Mrs. L.A. Cooper accom
nied by Margaret Cooper, and Tan- i
auser's March by Miss Augusta Ap
elt. The play was a success financially.
he Manning people respond readily
3d liberally to any effort put forth,!
hich has as its object the upbuilding
the school library.
The door receipts were one hundred
d ten dollars.
The following is the programme:
ittle Red Riding Hood; Leila Mar
ed Riding Hood's Mother; Grace
)e Robber Wolf: James Barron.
rs.nd-mother: Daisy Barrineau.
ntho-y-Riding Hood's Playmate;
he Town Crier: Brownie Bagnal.
he High Sheriff: Edward Ervin.
ary Anne and Jemima; Maude Sprott
and Edna Boger.
eter and Patrick (Men of the Village);
Leland Smith, Craven Bradham.
Huntsmen, Villagers, Bandits. Bridal
arty. Bride and Bridegroom.
Iany Manning People
Testify to That.
You can't sleep at night,
With aches and pains of a bad
When you have to get up from
All on account of the kidneys.
Doan's Kidney Pills bring peaceful
They are for kidney ills.
Mrs. R. L. Logan. of Manning, S.
,says: "Doan's Kidney PiLs havef
een so beneficial to me that I am
ad to recommend them. F'or a long
me I had trouble from my kidneys
3d suffered from a lame and aching
ick that kept me from getting my
-per rest at night. Doan's Kidney
ills, which I obtained from Dr. W.
.Brown & Co.'s Drug Store, and
sed as directed, relieved me. At the
resent time I am enjoying much
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
nts. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo.
ew York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name--Doan's -and
Lke no other.
The Confederate Monument.
The movement so long neglected has
last begun to erect a monument to
Le memory of the heroes who wore the
rav.-soldiers whose record was the
arvel of the civilized world. Clarendon
>w proposes to place upon the court
>use square a suitable mark of its pa
iotism by having erected a shaft in
>nor of those who responded and laid
>wn their lives upon their country's
tar. All contributions sent to THE
ANNING TIES will be acknowld3"40
rough its columns.I
H. Lesesne................810 00
ouis Levi................... 10 001
red Lesesne ..... .... 10 00
's. E. Appelt............... 10 00
avid B3. Jlones......... ....... 10 00
. L. Green.................. 5 00
.M. Mason........... 50
.F. Ridgeway............... 1 00
.M. Strange.......... 5 00
-. T. Wilder...... ..... ....5 00
.R. Hiarvin, Tad mor. Tex...... 10 00I
. . Strane................... 5 00
T. Touchberry .... ......... 5 00
TATE OF SOUTH CAROUINA,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
.C. Tu'rbeville, Plaintiff
.M. Tur'beville, WVilliam H. Turbe
ville, Janie T.ur'beville, Marie Tur
beville, antd Samuel Turbeville, De
UNDER AND) BY VIRTUE OF A
udgmnt Order of the Court of Corn
ion Pleas. in the above stated ae
on, to me directed, bearing date of
larch 25, 1011. 1 wvill sell at pub
auction, to the highest biddei', for
sh, at Clarendon Court House, at
[annig, in said cotunty, within the
gal hours for' judicial sales, on Mon
a, the 1st day of May, 1011, being
tesday, the following described real
All that tract of land in Clarendon
ounty, in said State, containing fifty
eres, and bounded as follows:
On the North by hinds of Jehu
muith; on the East by laud of Mrs.
X. J. Player; South by land of estate
f .J. Robertson and WVest 'uy land of
Forhasr's to paLy for pap~ers.
lE. B. GCAMB3LE.
Sheri!l Clare~ndon County.
Notice to Credito s.
All persons having claimis against
he estate of Chiovine Richzardson
l olladay, dleceased,wvi ill resent themir
tlv attested, and those owing said
state wvill make pay'ment to the
mdersigned qualified admlinistr'ator
if said estate.
IBY.. W. HoLLAD.AY,
Mani; . C.. Feb. :ard 1.911.
For Sfle-Single Comb White Leg
horn Eggs .5c. eorh. -.0U p hundrcd.
Over onr hundr'ed vounr Cockerels 7.
aceb, cah with order. .. C. Davi-.
Davis .:ation. S. (.
For lt'ent'-Te omC' l*atl oceapied
as a Stw om . Mr.. P> -h I. ae.
A to MJr. E ia lIhame. .
ning, S. C.
For Sale aL a br D'argain --Second
hand ginner:: consisti;n of ix 0-..a
Mungrer ginz. tawo double boc presses
and all 1io::.ures. Pmiis in the mnarket
wili please addrlesZ ? :enl'on Cotton
Oil ('ompany S. Pul S C. a- 4t.
Fresh Rice Flour-Car lice Ilice
Flour and car genuine Rice 'Polish just
arrived direct from the Mills. also
Corn, Oats, Hay. Bran, Ship Stuff and
Chicken Feed. Write or phone for
samples and prices. Booth-Harby-Live
Stock Co.. Sumter. S. C.
A Registered Spanish Jack-We
have a filne Registered Spanish Jack
which we wit] let those have desiring
his services. It is a splen'did animal
with a good record. Apply to DuBose
& Cousar, Sardinia. S. C.
Itch relieved in 30 minutes by Wool
ford's Sanitary Lotion. Never -fails.
Sold by \WV. E'. Brown & Co.. Druggists.
Dr. Clifton. Eve. Ear. Nose and Throat
Specialist, will be at Dr. Rhames' in
Summerton on Tuesday 11th. Opera
tions. treatment and eye-glasses.
Charges reasonable. .\ll examinations
free. Remember only one day.
We have opened up in the new brick
building next to the Southern Express
oDfice. in rear of the Levi Mercantile Co.
store. a first-class restaurant. We are
better prepared than ever before to
serve the public and will appreciate the
patronage of our friends. We give the
best meals possible when the high price
of provisions is considered. Give us a
call in our new quarters, where a cordial
welcome awaits all.
RICHARDSON & DAis.
House-Mover and Contractor.
J. J. Scott is now operating in Man
ning and offers his services to any one
wanting his house moved, lowered or
raised. He is fully equipped to move
any size house without disturbing the
familv. Address J. J. Scott, Manning,
Sumter, S. C. or Goldsboro, N. C.
Sumter, S C., March 18, 1911.
To Whom it May Concern:
This is to certify that J. J. Scott.
ouse-Mover, has just completed a job
for me. consi sting of the moying of my
reidence from the corner of Main
street aud Oakland avenue to a point
fronting on Oakland ayenue, and about
midway of tnat block, and then raising
said building to a height sufficient for
. basement, and completing the brick
work necessary for same
In my judgment the job was done in
thorough and efficient manner, and
it is with pleasure tnat I feel warranted
in hereby recommending the said J J.
cott to anyone contemplating a like
In conclusion, I would add that this
etter is entirely voluntary, it not being
in arty way solicited.
J. s. R. LIcoN.
kn Ordinance providing for the sani
tarv arrangement of all privies or
water closets in the Town of Man
nling, and providing a penalty for
Be It Ordained, By the Mayor and
ldermen of the Town Council of
lfanning in council assembled and
: authority of the same.
SECTION 1. That on and after the
ifteenth day of April, A. D. 1911, all
rivies or water closets within the
imits of the Town of Manning shall
e so ar-ranged as to exclude flies and
~ther insects. (Reference to a model,
howing how this arrangement shall
>e (lone, said model being on exhibi
on in front of town hall, is hereby
SEC. 1I. All persons are hereby di
ected to immediately proceed with
naking such above named arrange
neut, in order that same may be
one on or before the fifteenth (day
f.; April, A. D). 1911, when an inspec
ion of all privies or wvater closets
v'ill be had.
SEC. III. Any person or persons
ho shall fail to have their respective
rivies or water closets arranged in
ecordance with the specifications of
his Ordinance by A pril fifteenth,
.911. shall be deemed guilty of a mis:
leeanor,:and upon conviction there.~
>f, shall be fined in the sum of not
ess than Two Dollars, nor more tnanI
['en Dollars, or be imprisoned for aI
eriod of not less than two days, nor
nore than ten days.
Ratified in Council assembled this
rd day of April, A. D. 1911.
. C. WELLs, A. C. BRADHAM,
Pursuant to the direction of the
oard of Directors of Clarendon Tele
mhone Company, a meeting of stock
iolders is hereby called, and will be
meld on May 1st. 1911, at the oflice of
Xbe Levi, Esq..'in the Trown of Man-i
ing. S. C.. at twelve o'clock noon, forn
.he urpose of authorizing the issuance
>f bonds of the Company to the extent
f 5.000 and the execution of a mort
~age covering the property and prop
rty righ~ts of the Company to secure
taid issue of bonds.
ABE LEVI, President
IROBERT SH ELOft, See.
By vir tue of ai Decree of the Court -
>f Commou Pleas for Clarendon coun
:v, State of South Carolina, in thte
se of Lena Clarke, Plaint iff, against
R. ). Lee, I. C. Strauss and D). .
loise, as Executor of thme last wvill and
:stament of Marion Moise deceased.
td L~eila S. Stack. D~efendants. I'
will sell at public auction for cash to
:he highest bidder in? front of the
ourt house in Manning, S. C., on1
alesday in May, 11911, being the 1st
Jay of said mnonth,. within the usual
'mour of sale, the following real estate:
All thoe l ots of land in the town of
Pnew oodin Clarendon county, ino
rad State, wvhich are knowno andI
leiuated as lots Nunmber 5 in block
T N umber 1 and 2 in Block T, Num -
bers L 4, 5, , 7, P, 10, 11. 12, 1:, an d 14
io Block S. as shown on Map of the
ow~n of inewood made by the Pee
Djee Land Comupany; . umd also lots
Numbers 11 in Block M; 1 in Block S,
ad Number 17 in Block N, as shown
on said Map of the town of Pine
E. B. GiAMBLE, '
Sheriff Clarendon County.
HERE IS A BARGAIN!1
005 acres of Clarendon land will
e sold cheap. }m00 acres cleared
This land is well located for I
faring.. CIhurch and school near.
For particulars address,
C. F. RAWLINSON & CO.,
Davis Station, S. C.
M,akes ine nd Bladda. RightI
Come to Davis I
age of a SPECIAL S
and for these ten d
large sum of money,
of Merchandise, col
Hats, Shoes, Groc<
Fancy, together wit]
in my store
This is a fine oy
When I say AT COS
ten days above no
stock will be sold a1
The money has i
I am offering this 4
the people to buy gc
Be Sure to Take Ad
Do not forget th
days-from. the 15th t
E. G. S
SIMerIOII Mercll~i Co.l
April 5=6, 19"1.
Foreign and Domestic, in all the Newest Crea
S tions. Ready-to-wear. Dress Goods. Silks and
Nov elties, Clothing, Shoes. Gents' Furnishings.
We are better prepared than ever to show you
a Complete Line this season. Correct Styles at
You are earnestly requested to be on hand
and look through our Line.
S 11MERTON MERCANTIL CO.,
SUMIMERTQN, S. C.
C-GET ALL THE BONUS VOTES YOU
1 ~cA.000 votes on eachi anda vr prescription from any
250 votes on 23e. worth of Zeigier's Headache Powders.
500 votes on 50c. Jar Zeigler's Freckle Cream.
300 votes on 25c. purchase from our complete Colgate
LnStart in and make your numbers grow. A good start
is what counts in any race. Turn in your votes every
SWednesday. All yellow coup~oUSns ust be in by 12th of
Zeigler' s Pharmacy,
S PRESCRIPTIO'N DRU66ISTS.
JB W'N RK 7
TO THE TINES OFFICE.
tation and take advant
ALE that will be.put on
5th to 25th,
ays, in order to raise a
I will sell all of my stock
asisting of. Dry Goods,
iries, both Family and
i all other Merchandise
portunity for bargains.
T I mean that during the
med everything in my
rY NO PROFIT.
;o be raised and to get it
xtraordinary chance to
od staple goods cheap.
vantage of This Chance.
e Sale only lasts for 10
,o the 25th.
fATION, 5. C.
@ Call and see us when in need of a first-9
@ class horse or mule right.
8.JUST RECEIVED: 2 cars of fine Horses and Mules.
mets ces sin ofue i: d
88 SE US: The Hudson, Chalmers and Hup,
II Shaw &Dae
e : - - =a an Long Distance 'Phone 553. Sutr 9.C
SThe 6e and Johnson Hats wril be spec
j al features to which you are cordially in
8;f Thursday, March 30th,
-| and Friday, March 31st. E