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IMANNING. S. C., OCT. 11, 19ii.
Publshes Al County and Town Of.
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member that copy for 2
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this ofEce by Saturday Noon in order t<
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RUTH CHAPTER, NO. 40,
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular Meeting. Second Mon
day in Each Month.
W.C.Davzs, FRD LSEESNRc
High Priest. Secrtary
Manning Chapter No. U
"dorder of Eastern Star.'
ar Meeting. First Tuesdas
A in each Month.
(Mrs.) G.d. S3Tm. W. X.
* r(Miss) SUsIE HAnvis. See
ST. FETERS, NO. 54,
* Next Meeting, Wednesday. 3:0(
October 18th, 1911.
Fellow Craf.t Degree.
F. L. WOLFS.4y. M. . J. BRowsE, See
For an ideal mixture of
green coffees we reco
Bogota... 22 1-2c Ib
La Guayra ... 23c Ib
Honduras . .. 21c lb
The above Coffees will
make a far superior
drink to any single va
riety. Full aroma,
strength and flavor
IHE MNK GROCER .
Attend the public meeting next Sat
Miss Claude Wright spent Saturda3
in, Columbia. -
Manning is to have a circus on Fri
day 20th. Read the ad. in this issue.
Notwithstanding the fall in the price
of cotton there is much activity in the
marketing at this point.
Some of Manning's young blood
went to Columbia last Friday in at
automobile to bear "Madam Sherry.
The millinery openings in Mannine
last week was a delight to the ladies.
abid such a trying on of hats was a cau.
There will be a lecture on Hookworir
disease at Davis Station next Monday
night, October 16th. The public is in*
The Seaboard railroad company is
,being sued for $6000,000 and this may
may cause a delay in bringing the roac
Mr. D. M. Bradham of the firm o:
D). M. Bradham & Son has returnec
'from St. Louis where he has been fti
another car load of horses and mules.
Died at her home in Spartanburg
last Friday Mrs. Rosa L. Hydrick, wife
of Judge D. E. Hydrick one of the
assciaionjustices of the supreme
Mr. E. E. McLeod of the Oak Grove
section, picked and ginned off frpm ninE
acres seven bales of long staple cottor
which he sold for 17 cents per pound,
and he thinks he will get about threE
~~hrough the efforts of 3. H. Lesesne,
Esq., Governor Blease has granted
parole to Robert Pierson a negro con
'vieted in Clarendon in 1899 of murdei
and recommended to mercy. He was~
sentenced for life.
I appreciate beyond expressisn the
generous donation of my own bomnE
people to the W. C. T. U. of Souti
Carolina. Those who subscribed can pay
to Mr. Joseph Sprott, who will forwarc
to our State treasurer. Mrs. Josepi
Governor Blease has appointed R
E. McFaddin, supervisor of Clarendor
one of the delegates to attend thE
meeting of the American Highwai
Associatior. for Highway Improvemen1
which conyenes in Richmond the latte1
part of this months.
The farmer who does not take advan
tage to save his hay now will face.
proposition next summer which wil
make him regret his neglect. Ha:
from the West which is not as good at
the bomne raised will be sold at $40.
too. It would be a good scheme to savt
hay even if the cotton has to wait.
The town tax returns must be mad<
not later than the 15th or a penalty wil
be attached. Those who are under th<
impression that last year's returns wil
answer are mistaken, and if they tak'
it for granted that the town clerk wil
make their returns for them they wil
learn that he cannot do so, and afte:
the 15th he is comnpelle~i to add the pen
Dr. Milton Wemnberg will be at thb
following placer to examine for an'
treat hookworrmr tdisease free of charge
Davis Station, each Monday from 2 p
M., to 5 P. M.: Turbeville, each Thurs
-day from 1. P. M., to 5P. M.; Workman
each Friday from 1 P M , to 5 P. M.
Manning, each Saturday from 9 A. M.
to 6 P. M. The medicine will be give:
to those affected.
- Thbe convention of the Woman's Chris
tian Temperence Union which was i.
session here last week was a splendil
body of women, and their sessions wer
largely attended. 'The exercises wer
interesting and the addresses of Mrs
Atkins were masterpieces of culturel
oratory. Takiing the session as a whiol
the State p resident has every reason t
be proud for the manner her orgamiza
tion was received at her home town.
SA negro boy 17 years old committe
an assault upon the person of a 11 yea
old white girl near Honea Path yestei
day, and headed by Citizen Josh Ast
ley, the negro was taken away from th
officers last night and swung by th
heels to a telephone pole near the seen
~of his crime and riddled with bulleti
The boy was taken before his yictir
and identified by her, after other nlE
groes had been released. The officer
attempted to get the fiend to a jail, firs
starting for Greenville, then they learn
ed of the pursuit, they tried to mak
~anburg, but Ashley with his ban
caught them and saved the expense
County Supervisor McFaddin is re
pairing the roadway over Ox Swam:
iiear Manning. He is doing away with
the wooden brides and replacing them
with culterts similar to those being
used over streams on railroads. When
completed this causeway will be per
manently fixed, and while it may cost
a little more in the beginning, it Is our
opinion that the county will save
money by the work now being done.
Ladies, the Rigby Dry Goods Co.,
have some offerings in this issue which
will be of interest to you. Read their
half-page advertisement and then let
them show you what they are offering
on the 12th, 13th, and 14th. A special
sale vut on by the Rigby Dry Goods
Co., means somethim which is worth
the attention of the trading public,
they would not make professions which
they cannot fulfill, hence, when a con
cern like this puts on a special and
accompanies it with prices, it is then
up to buyers to go and see for them
Mr. A. S. Brig~gs requests us to call
the attention of the county commis
sioners to the condition of the bridges
in his section of the county. He says
the Taw Caw bridge is dangerous and
if not looked after right away it may
cause a suit for damages against the
county. He also says that notwith
standing the fact the taxpayers pay a
commutation tax there is none spent in
his township to repair the roads, and
that the chaingang is only known to
these taxpayers from an occassional
reference to them being at work else
This is the last week delinquents
have to keep from having their names
stricken from the subscription lists of
THE TimES. There is no right in
reason or sense to expect us to send
THE TIMES without getting pay for it,
and any person that wants the paper
should be willing to pay for it. The
label on this issue will tell when your
subscription expired, read it, and if
you are in arrears, either mail us the
money, send or bring it, for it requires
the cash to pay for material and it
takes the cash to pay printers. This is
no idle threat, we have been as lenient
as we could possibly be, some have
been good enough to respond but there
are many others who, either through
indifference, carelessness or for some
other cause have not vaid up, it is this
class we ari now urging to comply
with our request. If you are in arrears
we mean you, if you are not then this
does not apply.
Manning has a new machine shop,
something long needed here, it will
save the sending off of machinery when
in need of repair. The Clarendon
Garage and Machine Compiny which
has recently opened up here is equipp
ed with the necessary apparatus for the
work they offer to do, and Mr. Lach'
cotte is an expert in his line. Be has
worked in automobile factories and
understands the business in all of its
details. He comes to Manning be
lieving it is a good point for such a
business, and be has associated with
him Mr. Ste*art Harvin of this town
who has been connected with the auto
mobile business for several years. We
are glad to wvelcome this new enter
prise to Manning and we hope the
young men will find it profitable. They
have invested a considerable lot of
money in machinery, and have rented
the place formerly occupied by B.
Legg. Their material and machinery
is being installed and judging from the
number of automobiles in the county
and the nbmber of other machinery,
there is no reawon why this concern
should not betpermanent fixture.
The committee selected to look after
the design for the confederate monu
mient met last week and -selected a
monument of beautiful white marble.
I is to be a shaft 27 feet high, mount
ed with a confederate soldier with
musket ane trappings. On Tuesday
November the 14th, there will obe a
grand rally in Manning for the-purpose
of raising funds to pay for this long
neglected memorial. The whole county
should attend this rally. Senators
Tillman and Smith are expected to
make speeches, and Col. James
Armstrong one of the most eloquent
men in the State, and himself a battle
scarred veteran has also consented to
speak for the cause. It should not be
necessary for us to urge the. people of
Clarendon to become enthusiastic sup
porters of this moyement, the fact that
i is contemplated to do honor to those
who gave up their lives for their
country's cause is su~icient to arouse
the patriotism of every man and
woman, yes, even the children to con
tribute. Let the 14th, of November
be the greatest day in the history of
of the county, is should be the one day
when everybody will lay aside their
atairs and devote is to this grand cause.
This is Important.
The business interests of this country
calls for immediate action on the part
of the merchants and bankers There
is a crisis at band which must be met
and the only way to meet it is by thor
ouh organization. There is a call in
this issue from the farmers union urg
ing the merchants and bankers to meet
next Saturday, and every one should be
a this meeting to give aid and counsel
for devising a means to finance the cot
ton crop. The price of cotton has reach
ed the point where it is below the cost
of production, and unless there is some
thing acne to counteract the present
condition there is no telling the effect
the depression will have upon our most
important industry--the raising of cot
ton. It behooves every merchant and
banker to attend this meeting. In all of
the important towns in the State these
meetings have been, and are being held,
and those in position to get in touch
with money are giving their aid to pro
cure the necessary mear'e to finance the
crop to be held from the markets until
he price justifies the sale of the prod
uct. If our business men will interest
themselves there is no reason why they
will not be able to supply money to be
advanced upon cotton at a moderate
rate of interest to hold the staple for a
better price, it has been done elsewhere,
and it can be done here; concert of ac
tion on the part of she farmers, mer
chants and bankers will have a mighty
influence in this direction, and it is hop
ed that every merchant and banker will
meet the farmers here next Saturday
prearedi to enlist in a cause that means
much to the commercial welfare of this
A Call to Bankers, Farmers and Busiass Men
Every farmer, banker, merchant and
all others interested in the storing,
warehouse and financing of the costor
Icrop is earnestly requested to meet it
he court house at Manning on Satur
day the 14th, of October at elever
-o'clock a. m. Very important busmnes
to be tranisacted. J~ EVS
W W. JoHNSON,
A. I. BARRON.
The Paxville school will begin its
next session Monday October 16ith. I
is desired that all the patrons be pres
rent for the opening exercises. It i~
urged and is highly important tha
-every pupil who intends to enter thi:
chool at any time during the sessior
e on hand at the opening.
J. D. GRIFFITH. principal.
Foley Kidney Pills
upply just the ingredients needed t4
uild up, strengthen and restore th<
natural action of the kidneys and blad
edr. Specially prepared for backace
hi eadache, nervousness, rheumatism ani
ll kidney, bladder and urinary irregu
artis. The Dickson Drug Co.
It is not the fight over Tripoli, nor
the destruction of Austin, nor yet the
weather, that claims the right of way in
conversation hereabout, but rather the
fight to get cotton picked and the de
struction of farmers' hopes for getting
ten cents for it when it is picked. The
enormous quantity of cotton open,
awaiting pickers, seems to surpass any
thing this section of the country ever
experienced before. Only occasional
fields appear to have been gone over the
first time, partially on account of poor
labor accommodations and more partic
ularly on account of the great amount
that opened all at once. It is the rule,
not the exception, that over a bale is
being picked to the acre on the first
round. Our gins are being taxed to
their ut-most eapacity: and "extras" are
being operated on the Northwestern
Railway u) effect ready shi iments This
freightLtogether with the fail stocks re
ceived by our merchants probably ac
count for the irregularity of our trans
during the past few weeks. A veritable
"lagna Carta'" in thtway of petitions
to the board of Railroad Commissioners,
has been circulated, the complaints be
ing varied: some stressing the damage
to business on account of delaved mails.
others the poor passenger accommoda
tion. Incidentally, there have come to
light certain minor inconveniences con
nected with the style of the passenger
coach: The drummer cannot peruse his
newspaper because of lantern light, the
wife runs the risk of embraciug some
body else's husband for the same rea
son-etc. etc., to extremes which we
dare not publish. With all that, how
ever, Summerton gets a plenty of drum
mers, and visitors and business men.
Among the visitors in town during
the past week was Mrs. Tallulah L.
Cudd of Spartanburg, who as Worthy
Grand Matron of the Order of the East
ern Star for South Carolina. made a
visit to the local chapter, Esther No.
43, for the purpose of installing its ofli
cers. Quite an enthusiastic and success
ful meeting is reported. While in town
Mrs. Cudd was entertained at the home
of Dr. W. R. Mood.
Mrs. W. H. Anderson and children,
left Sunday morning for a few weeks
stay in the mountains of North Caro
Presiding Eioer Meadors of the Kin,_
stree District of the Methodi-L Confer
ence, paid his guarterly vi-it to the
church at this place
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Rose of Char
lotte. N. C.,. spent a few days recentiy
at the home of Capt. J. A. James, hav
ing made the trip down in a Maxwell
Mrs. C. T. Dingle and children, have
returned home after ten days stav in
Manning, S. C.
Summerton. S. C., October 9 . 1911.
Out of the Ordinary is the Sangers Com
"Something out of the ordinary" is a
remark that can properly be made of
Sangers Combined Shows which will
exhibit Friday October 20 in .lanning.
The big circus has a reputation for
producing remarkable surprises in its
arena until the public has learned that
it can attend an exhibition of the
Sangers Combined Shows expecting to
see something new and different.
There is an unusual number of feat
ures with this show this season. It is
difficult to pick the best. Some will
like the trained wild beasts' exhibition
or horse wonders. Others will paefer
the Kirby Family, Meredith Troupe,
the Riding Wallets, the Glasgow Royal
Horses, the Elite Troupe, while some
will spend most of the time laughing
at the host of clowns, listening to the
Julius Winslow famous band, enjoying
the races, admiring the animals or
petting the beautiful Dublin Prize
Horses. No matter which way one
looks while under any one of the San
gers Combined Shows tents, he is sure
to see something out of the ordinary.
An Ordinance to provide for the
assessment and collection of taxes in
the town of Manning and for the
assessment and collection uf a per
capita dog tax, and for the assess
ment and collection of a per capita
tax in lieu of working the streets of
said town, for the fiscal year com
mencing the second Monday in April
1911, and ending the second Monday
in April 1912.
Be it ordained by the Me..yor and Al
derman of the town of Manning, in
council assembled and by authori
ty of the same.
SEC. I. That a tax of ten mills on
every dollars of the assessed value of
all real and personal property lying
or being within the corporate limits
of the town of Manning including
bonds and stocks of banks and other
corporations, and the gross income of
Insurance Companies doing business
in the said town, except such proper
t as is exempt by law from taxation,
he. and the same is lpvied for the fis
cal year commnencing'the second Mon
day in April 1911 and ending the sec
ond Monday in April 1912
SEC. II. That a commutation tax
of two dollars per capita on all per
sons liable to work on the streets of
the said town for the fiscal year.
above mentioned, in lieu of working
on said streets, he and the same is
hereby levied which said commuta
tion tax shall become due and pay
able when other taxes are payable.
All able bodied male persons between
the ages of 18 and 50 years, not other
wise exempt are liable to the said
tax, and all persons who shall be liv
ing within the corporate limits of the
said town sixty days prior to the col
lection of said tax sha.ll become lia
ble to the said tax, until the~ said per
son or persons can show satisfactory
evidence of having performed road
duty, or duty upon the streets of
same town or city or produce a re
ceipt for the payment of a commuta
tion tax in lieu thereof, covering the
majority part of the fiscal year in
cluded in this ordinance.
SEC. III. That a per capita tax of
fifty cents be levied on all dogs own
ed or kept within the limits of the
town of Manning.
SEC. IV. That all taxes levied un
der the provisions of this ordinance
shall become due and payable to the
clerk of the town of Manning between
November 1st, 1911 and November
SEC. V. That if the said taxes are
not paid on or before the said fifteenth
day of November, 1911, a penalty of
25per cent shall be added, until the
first day of December 1911, after
which last mentioned daite the collec
tion of the said taxes and penalties
shall be enforced by execution.
Ratified by council this 2nd day of
October A. D., 1911.
T. M. WELLS, A. C~. BRADHAM,
State of South Carolina,
By James M. Windham, Esq., Probate
Whereas, Charlton DuRant made suit
to me, to grant him Letters of Admin
istration of the Estate and effects of
Mrs. Minnie M. McCay.
These are therfore, t*- cite and ad
monish all and singular th a kindred and
creditors of the said Mrs Minnie M. Mc
Cay deceased, that -.hey be and appear
before me, in the Coart of Probate, to be
held at Manning on the 26th day of
October next, after publication hereof,
at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to show
ause, if any they have, why the said
Administration should not be granted.
Given under my hand, this $thi day
i f October, A. D. 1911.
JAMES M. WINDHAM,
SE ALi .Tndge of Probate.
For Rent-One office over Bank of
Manning. Charlton DuRant.
5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any case
of Chills and Fever. Price, 25c.
Wanted. - -A man to work a 7 horse
farm on shares. This is one of the best
highly improved farms in Clarendon
county, and will be a paying proposition
to the right man. A. L. Lesesne, Sum
ter, S. C.
Farm Wanted-Several Marlboro
farmers have asked to get them farms
in Clarendon. Write me what you
have and best price. R. Cosby Newton.
Bennettsville. S. C.
To Sell.-Track of 68 acres, on pub
lic road Manning to Bloomville. 7 1-2
miles from Manning, 30 acres under
cultivation, three room house on road,
ood well of water, barn, stable and
tobacco barn. 1S bales of cotton made
on less than 20'acres of this year, only
live acres waste land. Price $22.00 per
acre. Address Box 153, Sumter, S. C.
Wanted.--Young man to oversee har
vesting and general farm work. Month
lv salary. Must be sober and indus
trious. Furnish good references. Ad
dress "Farm." Bowman, S. C.
5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any case
f Chills and Fever. Price, 25c.
Taken up on my farm.-One White
nd Black Spot Sow about one week
ago. Owner will please call and get
same. Charles S. Rigby.
For Sale.-Wheat, Rye, Barley, Oats
eed, Rice Flour, Hay, Grain and Inter
national Sugared Horse and Cow Feed.
Booth-Harby Live Stock Co., Sumter,
For Sale-Will have a limited
mount of Dixie Cotton Seed at $1.25
per bushel. This cotton will make
more than one bale per acre and does
not wilt or blight. Only cash orders
iven attention. A. C. Davis, Davis
Money to Lend.-We have arranged
to negotiate loans on first mortgages on
arml property at 7 per cent interest,
paya lle iu) annu oal installments. No com
mision i.< vhar-ed on these loans. ornly
,,he usu.ii fees for preparation of paperb
11dl exLmil:tio1U of title. Lee & Moise.
To Se'l.-The H. G. Frierson place,
[69 actes on "lanning-Sumwr road 7
miles fro:n Mannig, four miles I trm
Paxville, two live room dwellinas, good
vater, land is good state of f-ultivauIn.
ri.e on demand. Addres; Box 153,
sumter, S. C.
For Lease-P antation of six -hun
Ired acres. two hundred cleared. Has
ight room dwellng, 7 tenant. houses,
in, saw mill and wire pastUre. Cheap
o reliable man. Manning Realty and
For Sale-WanIamaker's improved
;eeds: 2.000 bushels left,.inest. Appler
seed Oats (the best for te South)
Zrown from only the heaviest selected
eed, and threshed pure, clean and
beayv for planting. Price, one bushel,
1.00. 10 to 49, 95e; 50 to 99, 90; 100 or
more .85c. per bushel f. o. b. The best
;elected pedigreed Cleveland big boll
td Covington Toole cotton and Marl
boro prolific corn seed in the South to
:v. Write for prices and valuable
Arcular on cultivation of above crops.
Address "Modern Seed Farm," St.
Matthews, S. C.
tDayton Computing Scale
swings on frame and stands
on counter. A splendid
Scale for meat and general
weighing. In perfect order,
will sell for S:5.00.
1 Stimpson Computing
Scale in fair condition, weighs
2 Good Strong Push Carts,
each $10.00. We camne by
the above through pur-chasing
a bankrupt stock. Hav'ing
enough fixtures of our own
we wvill sacrifice prices on
these. Get in touch with us.
T HE M ANNING GROCERY
G OM PANY,
A Medicine That Gives Confidence
is Foley's Honey and Tar Compound.
Mrs. T. J. Ad'ms. 522No. Kansas Ave.,
Columbus, Kas., wvrites: "For a number
of years my children have been subject
to coughs and colds. I used Foley's Hon
ey and Tatr Compound and found that it
cured their couahs and colds. so I keep
it in the house all the time." Refuse
substitutes. The Dickson Drug Co.
State of South Carolina.,
County of Clarendon.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
D. M. Rogers, Plaintifr,
Ellen Pierson, T. Pierson. Levi Pier
son, Harmmett Pierson,. Ella Pier
son. Lucilla Pierson. Catherine
Pierson, Agnes McKnight, Ashby
Pierson, Richard Pierson, James
Gibsn, Frasier Gibson, Laura Nel-]
son, Pinckney Gibson, Anthony
tiibson, alias Timmny Gibson, Pier
son Gibson. Sarah Gibson, Rhetus
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A]
Judgment Order of the Court of Comn-(
mon Pleas, in the above stated ac-(
tion, to :w directed, bearing date of
September n:, 1911, 1 will sell at pub :
lie auction, to t le highest bidder, for]
cash, at Claren 'on Court House, at
Manning, in sab1 county, within the
legal hours for j'tdicial sales, on Mon
day, the 6th day of November, 1911,
being salesday, the following describ
ed real estate:
All that pliece, parcel or tract of
land lying, being and situate in Clar.1
endon county, State aforesaid, eon-1
taming twenty-liye (25) acres, bound
ed and butting as follows, to wit:
North by W. I. Nexsen and Stephen.
White; East by lands of Abe Levi;
WVest by lands of Stephen White and
South by lands of W. G. Frierson.
Purchasers to pay for papers.
E. B3. GAMBLE,
SheritT Clarendon County.
Notice to Taxpayers.
Notice is hereby given that the
Town Clerk will be at his oflice in the
Town Hall for the purpose of taking
Returns of Property liable to taxation
in the Town of Manning, for the fiscal
-ea. commencing April 1st, 1911, from
the publication of this Notice until
Uctober 15th, 1911, in order that those
who have not already done so may
make said Returns. The Penalty of
50 per cent allowed by law will be
added to all persons not complying
here with. By order of Council assem
bled October 3. 1911.
A. C. BRADHAM,
T. M. WELLS.
na '. ana..dn.y a..d Bader Rinkt
MANNING, S. C.
FRIDAY, OCT. 20
And Big Double Menagerie
The Travelling AMUSEMENT SENSATION of the AGE
A ilerd of Musical Elephants
-The Most Highly Educated
Elephant in the World.
THE KIRBY FAMILY
America's Greatest Acrobatic and Arial Sensation
KINGS OF THE HIGH WIRE
TROUPE OF JAPANESE
- EFngland's Champion
Whke Rooney BAREBACK RIDE
50 PEOLE 250HOSE
8--BANS OF MSIC--3
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m encing July ist., and ending Sep-baefr lrednc nt.o th
tember 30th, 1911.7hdaof ovme19,frlter
RECEIPTS. H fri o ate1.Kbe
3alance................... $ 151 21 ad M yGletH rifr el
ines.......... ..---- .---. 96 50 mio . V SC T HA I,
Acenses........ .....--..... 166 00Gari.
axes............ .--.-.--.-.- 21 14 M nig .0,O tbr7h 91
oans.......... ....---. 1,500 00 __ _______________
ale of Brick................1 30
Tl............. 1,36o0tAPAEL ofDscHarge
7IthREENS daO Noembr11,foNetr
Toa..............----.,3 .0A PAE'S O
ir dpartment......... ....: - N L DE
~tationery adpostage.........1 25
efund License R. D. Clark. * 00 Everything of the best fcr
)iscount on notes............ 0
ourt house matron.. .... 18C0 the per'sonal wear and adorn
hemo. Co. (Disinfectants).... 60 00
~.idland Chemical Co. (Dis.)... 475 men t of both seXes.
lanning Hardware Co. (Pipe) 11 401
alance..................223 (i1 We till mail orders carefully
Total..................1,936 20 and p)rom1ptly.
1TA TE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. 1 .
CLARENDON COUNTY. j i
Personally appeared before me T. 31. YUVJ
Vells who being duly sworn says that!
he above statement is true and correct
o the best of his knowledge and belief.
Sworn to before me this 6th day of
)ctober 1911. Loc s A PPELT,
T. 1. WELLS, Notary Public.
Charleston. S. C.
Tax Notice. -
ounty Supervisor's Office, Manning, JOux U.a \S.C Of eouthCrln)
S. C., October 2. 1911. JosE~PH D. W~plnr lT r~lhtk
The tax books will be open for the
~ollection of taxes for the fiscal year IiAPE:RS & WRIGHIT,
91l, on the 15th day of Uectober 1911A RE TLW
tnd close on the 15th (lay of March A RESA A
91.e tax levy is as follows: For state WsmINGTOx. .* c.
urposes 51 mills, ordinary county 4 e phn
ills, constitutienal school 3 mills,
ourt house bonds 1 mill, county IW. C. DaxVIS. J. A. WEINBERG.
bonds j mill, back county indebted-C
ness j mill. Total 15+ mills-. is & WEINBERG,
In addition to the above levies, ~V L i
special tax levies are made in the fol- A TTORNEYS A T LAW,
Lowing school districts: No. 1, 5 mills; M N IG .C
No. 2, 3 mills; No. :3, 4 mills; No. 5, :3M N IG .C
ills; No. 7. 4 mills; No. 9. 10-t mills; Promupt attention given to collections
No. 10, 3 mills: No. 11, 2 mills; No. 14, ___ ____________
I mills; No. 15, 4 mills: No. 16, 8 mills;-____________
No. 17. 4 mills; No. 18. 2 mills: No. 19, IA
10 mills; Nc. 20, 8 mills; No. 21, 3 mills;
o. 22 9 mills: No. 24, 4 mills; No. 25,
3 iills; No. 26;, 4 mills; No. 27, 4 mills; Woodmien of the World.
No. 28, 8 mills; No. 29. 4 nills: No. 3', \Ieets on First Monday nights at
i mills; No. 33, 2 mills.
L. L. W EL LS, 8:30.
For Clarendon County Schools
ON SALE ATTE
5,10 and 25c. Store:
P By spcial arrangemant this store has exclusive sale
of School Books,
3eing the heaviest bufers of School Supplies in this
Mn, we offer special inducements in large quantities
buying of Pen and Pencil Tablets, Pens, Pencils,
Examination Blanks. Stationery and all other school
SEE THE 5, 10 AND 25c, STOREI
Elipse Shoes for Men. Alvin Brand Clothing
The Selby Shoes for Ladies. Howard Hats.
Papp Shoes for Children. Sterns Brand Voil Skirts.
Everything Bears a Guaranteed at
This is a grand opportunity to buy your Fall Cloth
ing, Shoes, Hats and Ladies' Wear, at the lowest prices.
Come in and look them over and be convinced. A
large reduction is awaiting you in Clothing.
iD. Hirschmann. E
LR RL JENINSON
Let Us Work Togetlher1
It is our high ambition to merit the confidence of our
trade. We want you to learn that in buying from us you
run less risk than in buying from others. .
We want you to reabze that it is our purpose to- make
your every dealing with us satisfactory. We aim to repre
sent our goods just as they are. If an article measures 28
inches scant we call it 27. When we say ]inen we mean
linen. In general, so to tell the truth about our goods,
that they will be found better values than you are led to
We wvant to have vou come to feel that if its from Jen
kinsoni's store the price is right.
We expect to make some mistakes. No mere man has
)yet lived who never made a mistake, but you will do us
'only simplle justice if when anything goes wrong in your
dealings with us you will assume that we are both willing
and anxious to have you report same to us so we can red
ify it. We are sure our ideals are right no matter how
far short we may at times fall in the performance. We
ask your co-operation in order that we may come naerer.
Sto our goal of good service in the Jen kinson way.
We quote you the following prices to hold good for one
Androscogging Bleach, one of the best bleached muslims,
(81X81 Count at...........................9c yard
f20X40 inch Union Huck Towels at...........10c ea.ch
20X38 pure linen homestitecbed Huck Towels at..25c each
20X40 inch pure linen -Domestic-Towels at..... . 25c ea ch
36 inch very tine Sea Island Homespun at..7 1-2c yarrd
38 inch Sea Island in short lengths at..... .....c yard
Just received a beautiful line of Ladies' Skirts, in Pan
ama, Voils and Serges at very low prices when quality is
Afull line of Children's Dresses, prices from 50e up.
A very pretty assortment of Ladies' Coat Suits. Do
yourself the favor of inspecting these before you bay.
We have on hand a full line of Boys' Suits, can fit any
size frow 8 to 17, prices are right.
Just received a new lot of that 72 inch half bleached
pure linen Table Damask at 50c.
Also new lot of silver bleached satin finished Table Da
mask 72 inches wide at $1.00 yard.
Napkins to match above at 35c dozen.
I lines you will make no mistake by seeing Jenkinson first.
(We want your confidence moret1n
money; we shall have them both for