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Carlisle Fitting School.
"The School that Stands for Work Character." .
BAMBERG, - . . SOUTH CAROLINA. Z
Let us givc your Boy and Girl thc t.zauiu. hey need --bonest. Z
thorough work under positive Christian influences. Why take
chances? Our school is owned and controlled by WotTord College Z
o and is not a sham. Recognized standard of scholarship. Enlarzed z
= faculty-all men of college and university training. Individual at- Z
0 tention. Study hall, 4 1-2 hours a day. conducted by teacher. Uin
surpassed Health. Pure artesian water. Hot and cold baths. Ean- Z
E tirely separate boarding departments for Boys and Girls. Prices
lowest consistent with good service.
Boarding capacity limited- --write to day for hands ome cataloinue.
SNineteenth year begins September 20th. 1911.
J. Caldwell Guilds. M. A., Head Master.
A SALE OPPORTUNITY,
I have immediate demand for 150 to 200 acres within
6 miles of Manning. Tract must have good 6 to S room
dwelling and be located in a good, healthful neighborhood,
on public road. If/you have anything to offer of about
8 this class, I can make a quick sale for you.
N. B.-Have funds of $500; $1.000, and s1,500 to loan
on first mortgage. real estate security.
City, Farm and eal Estate Loans,
Timber Property Money Invested at
REAL ESTATE ATTORNEX.
Sumter. S. C.
THE STORE NEW A GREAT CLEARANCE
SALE THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE STORE.
These great stocks kept to most fullness
that good storekeeping and most satisfac- g
tory service requires them now to be low
ered to the smallest possible figure for
stock-taking and to be ready with a brand
new stock again when the fall season opens.
'3 he most remarkable Under-price offer
ings. Come, expecting the most tempting
bargains presented by this store.
SSome good, big Bargains for you at our store
everyday now while the price on all Sum -
mer goods is reduced to cost. Come in and
Slook them over.
Nice quality colored Lawns as low as 5c. yard.
Others in better grades. Sc. yard.
Colored Flaxon, the kind that's 20c. yard every
where, now selling for 12 1-2c. .1 ard.
~. Pretty Val Edge and Insertions, the 10e. andi
12 1-2c. quality, now at i 1-2c. yard.
* Ladies' Long Silk Gloves, in colors only, the
$1 quality, now for 75c.
Childrens' and Misses' White Canvas Pumps,.
sizes, 8 1 2 to 2, the 81 and 81.25 kind, now 75c.
S 90c. pair.
All Low-cut Shoes Reduced to cost.
Special--2200 Yards best yard-wide Pajama
Check for 9c. yard.
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT
IRigby Dry Goods Co.
Everything of the best fcr
the personal wear and adorn
ment of both sexes.
We fill Ijail orders t:'efully
Charleston. S. C.
ATTIORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
On First-Class Real Estate
N-rdy & O'Bryan,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
W. K, TAVEL,...
Sumter, S. C.
Oftice Over Bank of Sumter.
HERE IS A BARGAIN! C
605 acres of Clarendon land will
be sold cheap, 300 acres cleared
This land is well located for
farming. Church and school near.
For particulars address,
C. F. RAWLINSON & CO.,
Davis Station, S. C.
OF ALL KINDS
i. Aiway Fresh
Hack. er fg o
I CHARLESTON, S. C.
DoorsSash and Blinds; Columns1
adoBalusters: Grilles and Gable
Onaments; Screen Doors and
*c Wno ws.
WE DEAL IN
Glass. Sash Cord and Weights.
SR. . A. COLE.
Upstairs over Bank of Manniug.,m
MANNING, S. C.
~Phone No 77
IWhat They Will Do ior You
They will cure your backache,
strengthen your kidneys, cor
rect urinay irregularities, build
i up the worn out tissues, and
eliminate the excess uric acid
that causes rheumatism. Pre
-vent Bright's Disease and Dia
bates, and restore health and
strength. Refuse substitutes.
W. E BROWN & CO.
Oil Cook Stoves and Bakers.
Fireless Cookers, Ice Cream Churns *
These are some of the things we have that will help
housekeepers over the hot Summer days.
A Car Load ELLWOOD and UNIVERSAL
WIRE FENCE has just come in.
Another Car PITTSBURG PERFECT to i
come next week. -
- solicit your trade, and promise best treatment to all.
MANNING HRDW'ARE COMPANY F
Where Can be Found
The Celebrated Prosperity Farm
The Beautiful Sanitary Wall Coat
The High-grade Paints and Varn
ish Stains. -
The Incomparable 0. K. Stoves and
The Matchless for Strength Ameri
can Wire Fence.
The Everlasting Hickory Leather
The Full Stock of Hardware, Enam
The Hearty Welcome for all our
Many Friends, at The
SMANNING HIARDNAR COMPANY 8
AVI H STIN P REMORS
STARTAN ACOUTIAHBNG OF MRSEN
s n ding c yn ncou pt oin in th baunk yor tne .<
take it out to buy anytbing you see You think twice and thinkin n .
Put yup wnt a0 pon gaes
bdandled thatchthis euar
Pinfcu$1.5 per bag.pe
JOBetWO Rops .
Prce $THE pIEr OFFIC.
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M A NNI NG, S. C.
HN', G. C.\PERS. (ot South Carolina).p
Lx-Comnissioner kmternal R evncue
SEPH1 D. wRIGHT.
,APERS & WRI(HT,
AT ORNETs AT LAW 1H
WASHUNGTON. D. C.
epohne Main 91 N
URDY & O'BRYAN,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law.
MANNING. S. C.
X. C. DAVIS. .1. A. WEINBERG.
AVlS & WEINBERG.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
MANNING, S. C.
riomlpt attention Eivenf tocolc0 u
L~%e Oco? lections}j
kvhy not take a trip to Florida or
ba? They have been brought with
easy reach by the splendid
rough Train Service of the At
itic Coast Line Railroad. Write for
,strated booklets, rates or any
ier information, which will be
T. C. WHITE,
Gen. Pass. A.gent,
Wilmington, N. C.
.ATE OF SOUTH CARLINA,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Copy Summons for Relief.
(Complaint not Served.)
rk Land and Timber Company,
in W. Ridgill, Charles L. Ridgill,
rs. Mary Barrett, R. C. Broad
ay, Nonie Leonore McLeod, Jolu
1. Broadway, Alice Eugenia Ardis, >"
tobert Lee Broadway, the last
bree iamed being minors over theN
he age of fourteen years; Richard
3roadway, Alfonso Broadway and
,va Broadway, the last -thre.e
iamed being minors under thq age
>f fourteen years; Miss Eleanor
Uidgill, Mrs. Mary E. Ridgill, Mrs.
ammie Hodge, D. Leslie Ridgill,
dary Anna Ridgill, the last named
)eing a minor over the age of four
een years, Sudie E. Christmas,
dartha Irene Ridgill, the last two
iamed being minors over th3 age
If fourteen years; Henry Napoleon
lidgill, the last named being a
inor under the age of fourteen
rears; George A. Ridgill, Mrs.
geria Mims, Mrs. Lou Ella Wil:
iams, 0. W. McRoy, Effie Hawkins,
7enetia Hawkins, Annie McRoy, N
lth MaRoy, the last two named
)eing minors over the age of four
;een years; Willie McRoy, the last
iamed being a minor under the
ge of fourteen years; Lawrence
riffin, Badger Griffin, Lillie Ella
iriffin, the last two named being
ninors over the age of fourteen
rears; Delmar Alfonso Griffini, a
ninor under the age of fourteenN
rears; B. D. .sriffin, R. L. Griffin,N
Wiliam A. Mahoney, Willie MaN
ioney, Robert M. Mahoney,
3enjamin Lloyd, Mrs. Bessie
3eatson, James P. Mahoney,
4. . Chandler, Joseph M. Chan
ier, Mrs. Maggie Carr, Mrs. J. E.
ennedy, Julia Windham, Leo
indham, Harirey WV. Windham,
essie H. Windham, Hattie Lafady, N
sam G. Windham, J. J. Windham,
~aybelle Malphus, Maggie Pres
ott, Elodia Tindal, Thomas T.
Windham, Fannie Lewis, Mitt
White, B. B. White, John Chil-'
ers, J. P. Childers, Parker V.
hilders, Robbie Childers, Wilson
hilders, Rosa Thames, Anna Gra
aam, Mary Elizabeth Thames,
Elliott Childers, Kate Childers,
tnd Ada Childers, the last thres.
med being mninors over the age
f fourteen years; Pauline Childers,
I minor under the age of fourteen
ears; Mary Rebecca Boswell,
Robert Orvin Walker' Fannie E.
Walker, John Thomas Walker, the
ast threenamed being minors over
:he age of fourteen years: Willie
Sincler Walker, Susan Bertha
Walker, the last two nained being
ninors under the age or fourteen
ears: Charles Walker, and all per.
'ens whomsoever.unknown to the
alaintiff herein claiming as heirs
levisees or otherwise, by, from orN
inder Robert D. Ridgill, Henry R.
idgill, William T. Ridgill; other
vise known as W. J. W. Ridgill,
lenry Kelly and Mortimer A.
R~idgill, or either of them, Defend
>The Defendants Above Named:
Eo are hereby summoned and re-N
ired to answer the complaint in
is action which was filed in
e office of the Clerk of Court ofN
mmnon Pleas, for the said County,
the 3rd day of July, 1011, and to
ve a copy of your answer to the
d complaint on the subscriber, at
office, in Manning, S. C., within
enty days after the serviceN
reof; excltisive of the day of such M~
~vice; and if you fail to answer the M
mplaint within the time aforesaid, N
e plaintiff in this action will apply
the Court for the relief demanded
Dab ' June 30, 1011.
Plaintiff's Attorney. N
otice of Discharge.
will apply to the Judge of Prc
te for Clarendon counity, on the
h day of August 1911, for letters of
~charge as administrator of the es
te of R. H. Belser, deceased.
Jolumbia, S. C., July 28th, 101L.
aly Licensed Pharma
WJ. E. Brown & Co.
H. HAWKlNS, Mgr.