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Zulu "House Boys.
Th* best ot il! 'servants in Soutb
Arrient is a Zulu. especiall~y if he is:
raw-tat is. fresb from his native
Igraai and totally unspoiled by the
wiles or civilization. Such a "house
boy" is bonest. sober, quick, clean and
anxious to learn the ways of the white
man. He soon becomes as deft as an
English butler and as handy as the
ideal housemaid. He does everything,
from cooking to answering the door.
and after a little practice he does it
well The boys have all manner of
strange names. usually chosen by
tbeimselves from some one or other of
the vords they hear often used, such
:is sixpence. -tickey" (threepenny
pleeet. shilling. breakfast,. kettle. silly
foot. ugly. pint pot. scrubber, chopper
or wtisky.-Harper's Weekly.
The Lion's Taste.
Miss Charlotte Mansfield in -Via
Rhodesia" tells of a native South Af
rican boy who came to England and
was taken to the Hippodrome. "In
stead of enjoying the entertainment
however, he begged. with tears in his
eyes., to be taken out and be said:
'There are lions over there'-pointing
to tme stage-*and I am the only black
man here.' It is a well known fact
that a man eating lion will make a
meal of a black in preference to a
white man it it is a question of choice.
Perhaps the flavor-is stronger and the
taste for white flesh-like caviar-has
to be acquired."
Why He Retracted.
Kilmore-After all, Stedman isn't so
bad a fellow. He came to me, man
fashion. and took back all the things
he had said against my people. Bur
man-Did it voluntarily? Kilzpore
Practically that. It is true I threat
ened to shoot him on sight If he didn't
retract. but that was only a matter of
Anything to Oblige.
Tourist (at Irish hotel)-You seem
tired. Pat Waiter - Yiss. sorr; up
very early this morning-half past 6.
Tourist--I don't call halt past 6 earlY.
Waiter iquickly)-WeLL half past 5
Fatner (having caught his son In a
le)-EHaven't I always told you to tell
the truth? Son-Yes. father, but you
also told- nie never to become the
slave of a babit.-Boston Transcript.
Go to the Rescue
Don't Wait till it's Too Late-Follow
the Example of a Man
. ning Citizen.
Rescue the aching back.
If i, keeps on aching, trouble comes.
Backache is kidney ache.
If you neglect the kidneys' warning;
Look out for urinary trouble-dropsy.
This Manning citizen will show you
how'io go-to the rescue.
Mrs. L. Newman of Manning, S. C..
says: "I consider Doan's Kidney Pills
a splendid backache and kidney remnedy 1
and I can say that they have been used
in my home with excellent results. - A;
-member of my family had a lame and
adhing back, together with a kidney'
weakness. Doan's Kidney Pills were1
-used in this case an& they brought re
lief. I have never had need of Doan's
Kidney Pills myself, but I have often
* advised their use, as I know what they
-For sale by all <dealers. Price 50
-cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
. Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.
S An exceptional opp
good Shoes, stylish S
Ileaithers, at a very low
It pays to keep
wear of proven mnerit a
sociate with a pair of <
Mens' $5.00 Low Cuts, pate
S now, per. ..............
SMen's $4.00 Low Cuts, all sty:
Mnsand Women's $3.50 I
and leathers, at. .. ..... .
SMen's and Women's $3.25 and
SWomen's and Men's $2.50 Lov
SWomen's and Men's $2.00 Lou
Lot of odd numbers in
Sand $2.00 Low Cuts, at 98c.
Special low price
SS ummer Goods. No g<
IT PAYS TO
I Rib ry
STATE 10 SOUTH CAROLINA,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS..
Copy Summons for Relief.
(Complaint not Served.)
Fork Land and Timber Company,
John W. Ridgill, Charles L. Ridgill,
Mrs. Mary Barrett, R. C. Broad
way, onie Leonore McLeod, John
H. Broadway, Alice Eugenia Ardis,
Robert Lee Broadway, the last
three named being minors over the
the age of fourteen years; Richard
Broadway, Alfonso Broadway and
Eva Broadway, the last three
named being minors under the age
of fourteen years; Miss Eleanor
Ridgill, Mrs. Mary E. Ridgill, Mrs.
Cammie Hodge, ). Leslie Ridgill,
Mary Anna Ridgill, the last named
being a minor over the age of four
teen years. Sadie E. Christmas,
Martha Irene Ridgill, the last two
named being minors over thc age
of fourteen years; Henry Napoleon
Ridgill, the last named being a
minor under the age of fourteen
years; George A. Ridgill, Mrs.
Egeria Mims, Mrs. Lou Ella Wil
liams, 0. W. McRoy, Effie Hawkins,
Venetia Hawkins. Annie MeRoy.
Ruth MeRov. the last two named
being minors over the age of rour
teen years; Willie McRoy, the last
named being a minor under the
age of fourteen years; Lawrence
Griffin, Badger Griffin, Lillie Ella
Griffin. the last two named being
minors over the age of fourteen
years; Delmar Alfonso Griffin, a
minor under the age of fourteen
years; B. D. ,riffin, R. L. Griffin,
William A. Mahoney, Willie Ma
honey, Robert M. Mahoney,
Benjamin Lloyd, Mrs. Bessie
Beitson, James P Mahon+y,
S. R. Chandler, Joseph M. Chan
dler, Mrs. Maggie Carr, Mrs. J. E.
Kennedy, Julia Windham, Leo
Windham. Harvey W. T7indham,
Jessie H. Windham, Hattie Lafady,
Sam G. Windham, J. J. Windham.
Maybelle Malphus, Maggie Pres
coti, Elodia Tindal, Thomas T.
Windham, Fannie Lewis, Mitt
White, B. B. White, John Chil
ders, J. P. Childers, Parker V.
Childers, Robbie Childers, Wilson
Childers, Rosa Thames, Anna Gra
ham, Mary Elizabeth Thames,
Elliott Childers, Kate Childers,
and Ada Childers, the last three
named being minors over the age
of fourteen years; Pauline Childers,
a minor under the age of fourteen
years; Mary Rebecca Boswell,
Robert Orvin Walker, Fannie E.
Walker, John Thomas Walker, the
last three named being minors over
the age of fourteen years; Willie
Siucler Walker, Susan Bertha
Walker, the last two named being
minors under the age of, fourteen
years; Charles Walker, and all per
sons whomsoever unknown to the
t laintiff herein claiming as heirs
lievisees or otherwise, by, from or
under Robert D. Ridgill, Henry R.
Ridgill. William T. Ridgill, other
wise known as W. J. W. Ridgill,
Henry Ke!ly and Mortimer. A.
Ridgill, or either of them, Defend
ro The Defendants Above -Named:
You are hereby summoned and re
nired to answer the complaint in
tis action which was filed mn
ihe office'of the Clerk of Court of
Dommon Pleas, for the said County,
: the 3rd day of July, 1911, and to
serve a copy of your answer to the
;aid complaint on the subscriber, at
is office, in Manning, S. C., within
:wenty days after the service
ereof; exclusive of the day of such
.ervice; and if you fail to answer the
somplaint within the time aforesaid,
rhe plaintiff in this action will apply
to the Court for the relief demanded
in the complaint.
Dated June 30, 1911..
eppggM ai j 01 AIS JSea 94.
ortunity to purchase
hoes. all styles, all
company with foot
d distinction. As
urs at cost pric.a,
nnt, gun metal, tans, etc., _
. ........... $3 90
s and leathers, at. . .3 20
.ow Cuts, all styles
. ............. . $285
S.00 Low Cuts, at . . 2 35
Cuts, at.. .. ... ..1 90 .
Guts, at. . .. . .. 8 45 .
\Ien's and Womnen's 81.50 =
ssonall Spring and
>ds charged at cost
000 S 00
Notice of Discharge. :
I will :ipply to the Judge of Pro
bate for Clarendon County, on the
first day of August. 1911, for Letters
of Discharge as Executor of the
Estate cf Susau Olivia DuRant, de
Alcoln, S. July 1. 1911.
Notice is hereby given to the qual
iflied electors residing in Silveri
School District No. ,0 that an elec
tion will be held at Silver on Thurs-!(
day July 20th, 1911 for the purpose
of voting a six mili, levy annually for
schoo. purposes in said district.
Polls open from .8 a. ai. to 4 p. in.
By order of. i
.1. F. BROADWAY. 1
A. M. FELDER. :
Trustees District No. 30.
Notice of Discharge.
I will 'apply to the Judge of Pro-ft
bate for Clarendou county, on the
27th day of July, 1911, for letters of E
discharge, as guardian for Leonidas,*'
W. Felder, formerly a minor.
V. E. FELDER,
Sunumerton, S. C., June 26th, 1911.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of ProbLte
for Clarenion-counry. on the *7h day
of July, 1911, for letters Qf discharge j
as admiuistrator of the estate of
James Thomas Lozau. deceased.
E. P. JOHNsON ,
Pinewood, S. C., Jane 15th, 1911.
On First-Class Real Estate 0
Pudy & O'Bryan,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
W. K. TAVR j
Sumter, S. C.
Office Over Bank of Sumter.
HERE IS A BARGAIN!
605 acres of Clarendon land will
be sold cheap, 300 acres cleared
This land is well located forQ
fariing. Church and'school near.
For particulars address,
C. F. RAWLUNSON & CO.,
Davis Station, S. C.
OF ALL KINDS
Mouzon 's Grocery
.P. B. MOUZON, PROP.
Hacker Mfg. Co.
Oeo. S. Hacker & Son,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
Doors, Sash and Blinds; Columns
and Balusters; Grilles and Gable
Ornaments; Screen Doors and +
WE DEAL IN+
Glass. Sash Cord and Weights. 7
D ..1. A. COLE.
Upstairs over Bank of Manning. 4
MANNING, S. C.+4
P ]hone No '77.+
WhatTheyWillDo fr Yo
stregthe you kideyscor
recturinry ireguarites, uil
t hat ue heumism.of re- f
upeth origt' ouDisse andi
bates, and restore health and
strength. Refuse substitutes.
W* . ROWM & CO.
and The, Ideal
Two wonders in the kitchen. The Ladies t
are invited to inspect these. A new and S
beautiful line of
just received. Reed's guaranteed Enamei t
Ware. Farmers' Supplies in every line.
Paints. Oils, and Varnishes. 1n fact every
thing in first-class hardware can always be
Where Can be Found
The Celebrated Prosperity Farm
The Beautiful Sanitary Wall Coat
The High-grade Paints andi Varn
The Incomparable O. K. Stoves and
The Matchless for Strength Ameri
can Wire Fence.
The Everlasting Hickory Leather
The Full Stock of Hardware, Enam- (
Selware and Crockery.
The Hearty Welcome for all our
SMany Friends, at The
MNNING HARDWARE COMPAY L
KiREATEST OF ALL
Summer Sales i
Now Going on at
AVOID THE TIN OF REMORS
thtfllw voiabemiae. Haeyuee hog th w mn 1
SAVTAOUT ATH STBN OF MRNNGE
and learn by pleasant experience. Money in the hank doesn't burn like+ -
cas in your pocket. Once you put it in you areb not nerl a rad y to in
0. PURDY. S. OLIVER 0 BRYAN.
UJRDY & O'BRYAN, - ua'Te aebe ruh ih
Attorneys and Counselors at Law, laieC stLnRirodWiefr
MANNING. S. C. oteinomtowihvilb
W. C. DAVIS. J. A. WEINBERG. T .W IE
GFn Prassb. A-nt
ATTlNYSATtieD Coas FRAn GaIEr.Wrtfo
ANING S C.DET..ISTE,
Popate io ie tocl iosMANNING, S. C..DE TIST
. TE l04yt1 I
kFew Applications of-a Simple
Remedy Will Bring Back
the Natural Color,
"Pull out one gray hair and a dozen
Vill take its place" is an old saying,
ahich is, to a great extent, true, if no
teps are taken to stop the cause. When
ray hairs appear itis a sign that Na
aire needs assistance. It is Nature's
all for help. Gray hair, dull, lifeless
air, or hair that is falling out, is not
edessarily a signk of advancing age, for
here are thousands of elderly people
ith perfect heads of hair without a
ingle streak of gray.
When gray hairs come, or :Mien the
air seems to be lifeless or aead, some
'ood. reliable hair-restoring treatment
hould be resorted to at once. Special
ts say that one of the best prepara
[ons- to use is the old-fashioned "sage
W1" which our grandparents -used. The
est preparation of this kind is Wyeth's
ige and Sulphur Hair Remedy, a prep-'
ration of domestic sage and sulphur,
:ientifically compounded with later dis
Dvered hir tomecs and stimulants, *the;
rhole mixture being, co refully ' balaneda
nd tested by experts.,
Wyeths Sage and Supiur is dean I
rholesome and perfectly harmless. 1t
Lfreshes ;iry, parched hair, removes
andrff and gradually restores faded or
ray. hair. to its natural color. - ..
This preparation is offered to the.
ublic at fifty cents a bottle. amnd is'
ecommended and sold by all draggists,
I desire a good Farm
rom THREE to FIVE
lundred Acres; must be
[ood value for the price
sked, 6ive full particu
ars first -letter.
ock Box, 121,
3ennettsvi11e, S. C
w. 0. W I
Woodmen of the World.
Meets .on First Monday nights at
isiting Sovereigns invited.
5mlminertoiI Furniture Co.,I
'urnisbed for White and Colored. We
re also dealers in all kinds ofEFurniture
a. W. EVANS, Mgr.,
SUMflERTON, S. C.
Everything of the best for
the personal wear and adorn 3
ment of both sexes.
We fill mail orders carefully
Charleston, S. C.
Only Licensed Pharma
W'. E. Brown & Co.
.IH. HAWKINS, Mgr.
~HARLTON DURANT, I
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
AND ALLINHROAT AND LUNG TROUJBIES '
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P'~ O~ ,.
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