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M ANN UNG . C.. NOV. 29. 1911
Pui>tishes All County and Town Of
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MUST be in
this offtce by Saturday Noon in order to
insure publication the following week.
RUTH CHAPTER, NO. 40,
H ROYAL ARCH MASON
Regular SMcetinr. Scond~i Mn
day in Each "Month.
W.C.DAVIS. FREi) LSEESSF
High Priest. Secrtary.
Mann;ine- Chptcr, No.19
".Ordor of Eastern Staw."
Regular Meeting. First Tuesday
in each Month.
(Miss) StsIE HARvIs. Sec.
ST. FETERS, NO. 54
A. F. rn.
November 1!st, P91.
F L. WOL. W. M. E. J. BROWNE. Sec.
Cranberries 18c Qt
Fancy Cape Cod Berries
Every Week End
Two Stalks for 25c.
White Crisp Northern Stock
Apples 45c Peck
Nice Sound Fruit.
1BI MNNINiGROP[RY CO.I
The stores will be closed tomorrow.
Dr. Arthur Harvin of Abbeville
spent Sunday. in towb.
Mr. i'Mike" Seby of Columbia visit
ed Manning last week.
The Dingle-Davis marriage takes
place tnis evening in Summerton.
The lot next to Judge Wilson's home
has been purchased by Mrs. Rosenberg
Several shriners leave here tonight
to attend the shriners meeting tomor
row in Spartanburg..
Mrs. D. D. Salley of Orangeburg
spent Saturday here'with her paren'ts
Mr. and-Mrs. C. R. Harvin.
The Manning postoffice has been
designated by the government a postai
savings bank, beginning December 20.
On adcount of an inalux of advertise
ments we have not the amount o.1 edi
torial and local matter we usuallv, have,
but the ads had to-come. --
Dr. Patterson Wodlaw will lecture in
the Sardinia school house Tuesday
eveniing December 5 at 7:30 o'clock.
The public is cordially invited.
Zeigler is again going after the trade
in'the drug and pharmacy line. He
has begun a system of bargamn sales
from which he hopes to get good re
It was reported in Manpning Monday
that Mr. Tom Carroll was shot in the
neck last Monday at Paxville by;a some
unknown person. He was not sitrious
The honor roll of the New Zion
grailed school, month ending November
17th., is Annie Buddin, Anna Wheeler.
Sudie and Sadie Wheeler, :Marie
Buddin. J. B. Bush, teacher.
Mr. S. I. Hat-yin wishes it known
that he is no longer connected, as a
parner with the Clarendon Garage
& Machine Co. He and Mr. Lachi
cote having dissolved co-partnership.;
There will be a meeting of the civic
legue at the home of Mrs. C. B. Geiger
next Tuesday aiternoon. All the mem
bers are urgently requested to be
present. Mrs. F. 0. Richardson, Sec.
Died at Macon. Ga.. yesterday morn
ig, Miss L. A. Burges aged 70 years.
The deceased-.Was a da' gh ter of the
ite Samuel A. Burgess of Sandy
Grove. The funeral was held at Jessu p
Mr. and Mrs. J. McD. McFaddin left
Monday for Greenville called t'.ere by
the death of Mrs. McFaddin's brother
Frank Riser who was killed in a rail
road accident. Mr. Riser went to
school in Manning.
The patrons of the Manning colored
school will celebrate Thanksgiving at
school building tomorrow. Rev. S. F.
Flegler. presiding elder of Manning
district will speak. Rev. Fiegler spentj
several years in Africa and is a man of~
Died at his home in Florence last
Sunday, Mdr. B. B. Seymour. The fu
neral took place in Sumter Monday.
The deceased left a wife and several
enildren. He fo-merly lived in the
Fork. this euunty. and known to his
intimates as "Buck.'
Died in Sumter last Saturday Mrs.
Susan Brown, aged 61 years. The de
ceased was the wife of Mr. George
Just. Brown a former resident of this
town, and a half sister of Mr. 0. W.
MRoy. The interment took place in
the Manning cemetery cemetery Mon
St. Peters lodge of Free Masons had
a splendid meeting las: Wednesday
night. The attendance was line, about
seventy members present, and one can
didate for the Masters Degree. Mr.
. S. Bissell of Charleston a prominent
Mason was the guest of the lodge, and
he sat in the East. Mr. Bissell delight
ed the craft with his grand lecture, it
was one of the best we have ever his
tened at. There was served a buffet
lunch after the business was over and
it was greatly enjoyed.
We take pleasure in calling attention
to the new advertisement in this issue
of The D. J. Chandler Clothiag Co., of
Sumter. This well known establish
ment is always to the front with at
tractions for the traaing public. a sign
that it is ever ready to res.poud to the
public needs at all times. Read this
ad. and remember that for reliability
there is no house in the State with a
better reputation, a reputation built up
after many years of labor with the
We are qrite anxious for our readers
to give close attention to the reading of
the full page advertisement of the Man
ning Grocery Compauy in this issue.
We do not think it nccessary to say
to the buyers of --god things to eat"
that the Manniag vrocery is to be de
pended on for everything of the healthy
and toothsome. There is no grocery es
tablishment anywhere more earnest to
give their customers a splendid service.
It is prompt dispatch and good fresh
goods that has made for them a reputa
tion of Purveyors to the public for the
best of everything in the gracery line.
Ladies you are going to have a dinner.
Read th'e advertisement and be happy.
The appeal in the Bethune case had
the effect of stopping the execution of
the court's sentence which was to have
been carried out last Friday, and now
Bethune cannot be resentenced until
next February. The delay in this case
is exasperating, and not calculated to
increase respecL for the law. The
courts have several times said Bethune
charged, and yet the law which prom
ises every citizen protection has been
so manipulated that the court's sen
tences have amounted to nothing more
than to increase the cost to the tax
payers and the crime is unpunished.
If there is anything in the case that
shows innocence, or t...t the penalty is
too severe it seems to us the remedy
should be applied without all of this
At an early hour last Thursday
morning, the home, of Mr. "Dick"
Bradham just outside of the town
limits was destroyed by fire. Mr.
Bradham and his family escaped from
the burning building with their lives,
and lost everythIng. About two
o'clock Mr. Bradham was aroused by a
roaring sound, but thought it. was a
freight train, in a few moments the
room in which he and his wife slept
was tilled with smoke, and he discover
ed that the entire roof was burning and
timbers were falling in. He and his
wife and four children escaped with
only a few articles of clotbing, they
did not have time to save any of the
furniture. The loss is about two thous
and dollars with about S300 insurance.
This community sympathizes sincerely
with the unfortunate family. Mr.
Bradham is a hard workin9 man, and
had only recently built the house he
was living in.
Died at the home of his brother Mr.
W. W. Ma'ioney, who lives near the
city of Sumter, yesterday morning
about one o'clock. dudge John H.
Mahoney of Silver aged about 85 years.
The funerel took piace this morning at
Calvary where lis father, Rev, Henry
W. Maboney had preached for over a
half century and is buried The de
ceased was a member of Calvary church
all of his life and a member of St. Peters
lodge of Free Masons. He was buried
with masonic honors. He was twice
married, the first wife was a Miss Way
of Oranneburg. and the second was a
Miss Cutter of this county. there were
no children by either marriage. but he
raised two adopted daughters. a MiSS
Hattie Wav and a Miss Susau Thaties.
He entered the Confederate service
with Co. H.. S. C. V.. and for a number
of years was a magistrate, at the time
of his death he was a member of the
county pension board. Mr. Mahoney
was good citizen, a man of strong con
victions, and one who was always ready
to do his full share for the welfare of
the county He was an uncle of Mrs.
J. M. Bradham of this town.
Young. Greenville Man Meets Tragic Death.
Once Lived in Manning.
News of the tragic death in Atlanta
yesterday morning of Mr. W. Frank
Riser wats received in Greenville with
profound regret by the relatives and
many friends of the young man. The
bobv was brought to Greenville last
night on train No. 40. and will be bur
ied in Springwood cemetery. The fu
neral services will be held at the resi
dence of Mr. C. M. Riser. No. 410
Towse street, a brother of the deceas
ed, at 3 o'clock this afternoon. The fol
lowing gentlemen, cousins of Mr. Riser,
will serve as pallbearers: Messrs. Grady
Foster, L. A Williams, L. A. James,
W. M. James, J H. James and Davis
Mr. Riser. who had been with the
outhern Railway company since last
January. was injured in the perfor
mance r. 'ais duty in Atlanta Friday
night ab'e' 10:50 o'clock. Immediately
he was carried to the Atlanta Hospital
where everything possible was done to
save his life. At 3:50 o'clock Saturday
morning breath left his body. The
young man fell a victim not to any care
lessness on his part, but to one of those
unavoidable accidents that accompany
Up until last JTanuary Mr. Riser made
his home in Greenville. For several
years prior to that he was identified
with the firm of Metts and James, lbeal
furniture dealers. His acceptance of a
position with the Southern Railwe.y
necessitated his making his home in
Mr. Riser is survived by his father,
Mr J. W. Riser. three brothers and
three sisters. His brothers are Messr's.
L. B. Riser of Savannah, Mr. J. WV.
Riser, Jr., and Mr. Chas. M Riser of
this city. His sisters are Mrs. McD
McEaddin of Manning, S. C., Mrs N.
I. Harris and Miss Dell Riser of Green
N r. Riser was in the most promising
and the brightest neriod of life, being
24 years of age. He was a young man
of noble traits of character, and possess
ed a disposition that endeared him to
hosts of friends. His relatives and
frien s will mourn their loss deeply,
and in their grief they have tbe sym
pathy of the communmty.-Greenville
Will Close, So They Say.
We. the undersigned merchants of
Manning. agree to close our stores on
Thursday November 30, Thanksgiving
-Plowden Hardware Company.
The Manning Grocery Company.
Rigby Dry Goods Company.
S. R. Venning.
Levi Mercantile Company.
Aaron A brams.
Manning Hard ware Company.
B. A. Johnson.
J. H. Rigby.
P. B. Mouzon.
A. J. White & Co.
R. R. Jenkinson.
Katzoff's Bargain Store.
L. E. Wilkins.
Balked at Cold Steel.
"I wouldn't let a doctor cut my foot
oIT" said H. D. Ely, Bantam. Ohio. "al
though a horrible ulcer had been the
plague of my life for four years. Instead
used Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and my
foot was soon coimpletely cured." Heals
Burns. Boils, Sores, Bruises. Eczema,
Pimples, Corns. Surest Pile cure 25c at
"Your nephew is t'. Ic!." ..N
H lornbek. "ibut in :ini-t e it I, -
ege I'll own up that lt n:l "" t
beforehand."-- omam-s H->'e <o
"Why does th iaT haeuch a
long neck?" :tsks te teacher.
"Because its head is so far awayn
from its body." hopefnuy answers the
Hon. George S. Legare In Manning.
Among the visitors to Manning this
week was Congressman George S.
Legare who arrived here Monday night
to take a trip over the county to shake
bands with his friends, and to find out
the conditions in the district so that
when be goes back to Washington for
the long term he will be in position to
give his district the required service.
Mr. Legare has been in feeble health,
to the extent that he had to rely large.
ly upon his friends in congress to look
after the affairs of the district, this
they did gladly and well, but now that
he is himself again and able to attend
to the work he is anxious to get into
the fight. Mr. Lagare has many warm
friends and admirers in this county
who will be delighted to see iim. they
hold him in such esteem that they
would not consider for a moment sup
porting opposition to him, unless it be
as it was last year, a home man enters
the race, in that case county pride
would make them much against their
,desire, vote for his opponent. In con
versation with him at the Central hotel
Monday evening, we found him in touch
with the great leaders of the Demo
cratic party, and somewhat optimistic
with regard to the chances of Demo
cratic success. He said that the Dem
ocratic party was now on trial, the
country at large which formerly was
not inclined to trust its statesmanship
is now willing to give the party a
chance, and with suck men as Champ
Clark and Underwood to steer the leg
islation, in his opiaion, when congress
adjourns the Democratic party will go
to the people with a record that will
commend itself to the thoughtful voters.
We tried to get an expression from
him on the politics of the State, but he
did not care to discuss state affairs.
Mr. Legare said that he was glad to
have the privilege of visiting Clarendon
again. and now that he is in good health
it is his uurpose to visit,.the coun
ties in his district as often as he can
,yhen not in Washington. He was
agreeaoly surprised at the growh of
Manning, its splendid improvements,
and its general air of prosperity, he
also felt proua of tbe strides being made
throughout the county in agricuitural
lines, the great corn production of the
boss, and the cotton yields has gone out
far and wide, and today Clarendon, a
few years ago comparatively unknown,
is spoken of throughout the Union as a
-reat, larming couity; when he hears of
these thiogs in his travels be would be
iasensibie to gratitude did he not feel
proud to have such a county in the dis
trict he represents in tne councils of the
_larendon is so situated that there is
little need for federal legislation, there
are no waterways to call for federal aid,
except the Santee, and this is receiving
the government's attention, mail rotites
can be secured by conforming with the
rules ulready fixed by the department:
the only thing is to get from the gov
ernment those things which will aid the
fariners in further improving their laqds
and forests, and it is these things he de
sires his constituents to keep him post
ed on, that he may be able to go to the
proper authorities to secure the neces
I' was indeed a pleasure to have a
tak with this popular representative
who is going back to his labors with en
thusiasm. He feels grateful for the kind
ness shown him by the people and he is
anxious to show his faith by his works,
if there is a Democratic President Le
gare wili be a power in Washington.
The Confederate Monument.
The movemezzt so long neglected has
at last. begun to erect a monument to
the memory of the heroes who wore the
gra,-soldiers whose record was the
marvel of the civilized world. Clarendon
now proposes to place upon the court
house square a suitable mark of its pa
triotism by having erected a shaft in
honor of those-who responded and laid
down their lives upon their country's
altar. All contributions sent to THE
MAxxING TIMES will be acknowledged
through these columns.
J. H. Lesesne................$10 00
Louis Levi. ..............10 00
Fred Lesesne ... ........ ....10 00
urs. E. Appelt............ .... 10 00
David B. Jones....... ........10 00
D. L. Green...................o5O0
C. M. Mason.................. 5 00
R. F. Ridgeway......... ...... 1 00
R. M. Strange................ 5 00
W. T. Wilder........... ...... 5 00
R. . Harvin, Tadmor, Tex..10 00
H. '. Strange.................s oo0
.. T. Touchberry... .......... 5 00
S. A. Harvin..................15 00
Mrs. L. M. Barfield.........:.10 00
W. M. Davis......... ......... 5 00
A Levi.......................50 00
D l.evi.....................-50 00
D M Bradham........... .....50 00
Baptist Sauday School.........50 00
B A Johnson................ 50 00
Frank J Bradham.... ........50 00
Joseph Sprott.. .............50 00
Fred Lesesne....... .........25 00
A I Barron..................25 00
Charlton DuRant............25 00
J M indham................25 00
A JRigby...................25 00
R E McFaddin...............2,500
S Oliver O'Bryan............25 00
A C Bradham................25 00
C WV Wells..... ...... ......15 00
C B eiger..................15 00
Jake seman............ ..10 00
J T Stokes, Jr................10 00
J H- McKnight ...............10 00
L Sports........... .......10 00
C J Lesesne..................10 00
J B Hudual..................10 00
J A Weinberg................10 00
J L McLeod........... ......10 00
J D Alsbrook.................10 00
RtD White...................10 00
S M Reardon ................10 00
W T Sprott..................10 00
J H Timmions...... ..........10 00
) Hirschmann..............-10 00
R Z Wells................-.-10 00
S Isemnan........ ............10 00
E grami..................10 00
J WV Rigby.... ... ..........10 00
Dr H L Wilson................10 00
R D Cothran.................10 00
E J Browne............ ..... 5 00
& M Hicks................... 00
J LWells ....................500
C E Chesnutt ...... .......... 00
E B Brown...................05 00
J S Ridgeway............... 00
P D? (Graham. ................ 5 00
WV W Brailsford......... ...... 00
N D Thatues... .............. 2 50
A R Woodson................ 25
J SEvans .................. 100
Mrs M V Snyder.............-1 00
Collection .~..................05 46
Dr Milton Weinberg ........... 4 00
R C Plowden.................1 00
Mrs L L Wells................. 00
S WV Barron.............. ... 5 00
Starts Much Trouble.
If all people knew that neglect of con
stipation would result in severe indiges
tin yellow jaundice or virulent liver
trouble they would soon take Dr. King's
New L-fe Pills, and end it. It's the only
safe w-av. Best for billiousness, head
ache. dynpepsia, chills and debility. 25c
at all dr ggists.
A medic.al autnority amg~y assumv
us that as long ns cheese isn't decay
ed it will not affect the hea~th of the
consumer. This is a fact that we have
suspected for a considerable time. But
how is the ordinary cheese epicure to
detect the difference unless he waits
There is cheese. so thoroughly dis
guised in the costume. and aroma of
decay that its proper standing on the
sanitary testing table would puzzle a
For instance, there is the brand
known as limburger.
But why pursue the subject?-Cleve
Clarendon County Sundayi
Thursday *morning promptly at 10:30 o'clock, men and women from all over
Clarendon County began to assemble in the Manning Presbyterian Church. The
purpose of this assembling, soon began to name itself in the one word, organize.
Eighty-four visitors, delegates and home people were present, with twenty (20)
different Sunday Schools represented-all eager, alert and anxious for an organ
The meeting was opened with devotional exercises conducted by the Rev.
Mr. Arnold Hall of Sardinia, who reminded us of Paul's saying: "I can do all
things thro' Christ, which strengtheneth meiV
Next on the pregram being election of temporary offieers, rtsulted as fol
lows: Rey. F. H. Shuler, President; Mrs. G. M. Smith,- Secretary.
Rev. A. R. Woodson of the Manning Presbyterian Church, spoke on "Value
of Organization." Taking for an example Christ as the great organizer, organ
izing churches wherever he went. Great benefits derived from county organiza
tion. Some of the aims of county organization are:
I. For the purpose of increasing interest and efficiency in Bible study.
II. To secure best methods of Sunday School management and Bible teach
III. To more closely link the home with the church.
IV. To increase the attendance upon all church services.
V. To extend toe benefits of the Sunday School to every man, woman and
And more important than all else to secure the conversion of the scholars
to the Lord's service.
Round table talk on organized work was now conducted by Miss Vandiver,
and proved most helpful and interesting to all present.
Rev. H. K. Williams of the Manning Baptist church, spoke on the "Organ
ized Class," setting forth clearly what the Sunday Schools need today is the or
ganized class. It increases attendance, promotes bible study, puts more life and
enthusiasm in Sunday School developed workers, is a great soul-winning factor,
sanctifies the social life of the church, and keeps those in the Sunday School
who so often slip out and are lost to the church.
Talk on Sunday School officers was led by Rev. Mr. Trueluck, who urged
that every Sunday School have live Superintendents,. start on time, keep on
time and stop on time. .,
Dr. Burgess and Mr. Griffin spoke in behalf of the Superintendents and the
importance of teachers being in their places on time to co-operate with super
The convention had the pleasure of hearing Miss Grace Vandiver on the
Cradle Roll and the Home Department, and I'm sure every delegate present will
go home with a vision caught from Miss Vandiver's inspiring talks. Cradle Roll
department hap two objects. First, to win the child. Second. bome co-opera
tion, and is the most vital work in all the Sunday School. The Home D-par
ment, aims to take the b.ble to people at home who can not io to Sunday School.
Rev. J. P Marion of Sumter. delivered a solendid address in the afternoon
on grad.d lessons and their use in our Sunday Schools, only sensible way to
teach anything, the old Sunday School methods do not meet the needs of the
present 20th century.
A very instructive round table talk on Sunday School teacher was con
ducted by Miss Vandiver.
Rev. F H. Shuler of Manning Methodist church spoke on "How to Improve
our Sunday Schools in attendance. make your Sunday Schools attractive, in
structive and comfortable." Go personally after the children.
Rev. Arnold Hall spoke on improving our Sunday Schools in efficiency.
Permanent officers were elected as follows: President, Mr. 'C. Allen Me
Faddin; Vice-President, Mr. Frank Moffett; Secretary and Treasurer, Mrs. S.
Oliver O'Bryan; Chairman of Departments, Elementary Department; Miss Jessie
Curtis, Advanced Department; D. L. Tindal, Home Department; Mrs. Henry%
Smith, Organized Class Department; Dr. Joseph Burgess.
Scbscriptions were taken for the Sunday School Promoter and a club of
Rev. D. N. Clark of Olanta, filled the hour of the evening session, speaking
to us from Hebrews 4:12. "For the word of God is quick, and powerful, and
sharper than any two edged sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of
soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thouiehts,
and intents of the heart."
The Clarendon County Sunday School Association aims tw strengthen the
hands of every Sunday School teacher in the county, and in turn- the organiza
tion hopes to receive strength from every one of them. It sees the high place
the Sunday School must hold with the advance of modern education and hopes
through teacher training, organized classes, graded lessons, reading circles, con
ventions, institutes, home bible study and schools of methods, to lift the stan
dard of the bible knowledge and Sunday School Evangelism throughout the
The Manning post office has been designated a postal savings bank. be
gning D)ecemnber 20th, and for the benefit of the public w e publish the rules of
the department with regard to this service;
2. The faith of the United States is solemnly pledged to the, payment of
deposits made in postal savings depository offices with accrued interest as pro
vided by the postal-savings act.
3. Accounts may be opened and deposits made by any person of the age
of 10 years or over in his or her own name and by a married wowmen in her
own name and free from any interference or control by her husband. No person
can have more than one account at any one time.
4 No person may open a postal-savings account at any post office who is
not a patron of that office.
5. All accounts must be opened in person by the depositor or his authori
zed representative. After opening an account a depositor may forward sbs
quent deposits to the post office by mail.
6. Deposits will be accepted only from individuals, and no account will
be opened in the name of any corporatlon, association, society, firm or partner
ship, or in the names of two or more persons jointly.
7. No accoun't will be opened in the name of one person in trust for or on
behalf of another person or persons.
PRIVACY OF ACCOUNTS.
9. No person connected with the Post Office Department or the postal
service is permitted to disclose the name of any depositor or give any information
concerning an account except to the depositor himself, unless directed to do so
by the Postmaster General.
HOW TO OPEN AN ACCOUNT.
10. When a person applies to open an account he must furnish the neces
sary information for the postmaster or his representative to fill out, an ap'plica
tion, which he will then be required to sign. If the applicant signs by mark his
signature must be witnessed by a disinterested person.
11. Deposits are evidenced by postal-savings certificates issued in fixed
denominations of $1, $2, $5, $10, $20. $50 and $100, each bearing the name of the
depositor; the numb er of his account, the date of issue, the name of the deposi
tory office, and the-date on which interest begins. The postmaster or his repre
sentative will make out a duplicate of each certificate issued, which the deposi
tor will be required to sign and which the-postmaster will retain in his records.
12. No account may be opened for less than $1, nor will fractions of a dol
lar be accepted for deposit.
13. No person is permitted to deposit more than $100 in any one calendar
month nor to have a total balance to his credit at one time of more than $500 ex
clusive of accumulated interest.
14. Savings certificates can not be transferred or negotated and will be
payable only to the person to whom issued.
15. On opening an account a depositor is supplied with an envelope in
which he may keep his savings sertificates. On this envelope is printed informa
tion for guidance, and also a blank ledger record on which to keep an account of
his peposits and withdrawals.
16. In case a savings certificate is lost or destroyed the depositor should
notify the postmaster. If deemed proper, a new certificate will be issued upon
compliance by the depositor with the necessary requirements.
17l'. Postmasters are not permitted to receive savings certificates for safe
SAVI!KGS CARDS AND STAMPS.
18. Amounts less than $1 may be saved for deposit by the purchase of 10
cent postal-savings cards and adhesive 10-cent postal-savings stamps. Each pos
tal savings card contains blank spaces to which savings stamps may be affixed
from time to time as purchased, and a postal-savings card with nine 10-cent sav
ings stamps thus affixed will be accepted as a deposit of Si either in opening an
account or in adding to an existing account.
19. Savings cards and stamps will be redeemed only by the issue of sav
ings certificates and are not valid for postage. They will not be received in ex
change for postage stamps nor will postage stamps be accepted in exchange for
postal-savings cards or stamps.
20. Interest will be allowed on all deposits at the rate of 2 per cent per an
num, compured on each savings certificate separately, and payable annually. No
interest wvill be paid on money which remains on deposit for a fraction of a year
21. Deposits will bear interest from the 1st day of the month next follow
ing that in which deposited.
22. interest will continue to accrue on a savings certificate as long as it
remains outstanding, certificates being valid until paid, without limitation as to
23. Compound interest is not allowed on an outstatniing certificate, bit a
depositor may withdraw interest payable and include it in a new deposit, which!
Dont foreet Bargain Day at Zeigler;
50c. Stationary for 25c. 25c. Stationar;
for 15c. All kinds of Bargains.
I will be in Manning next week, an'
if your Piano or Organ needs tuning
will appreciate your work. E. B
Itch relieved in 30 minutes by Wool
ford's Sanitary Lotion. Never fails
Sold by Dickson Drug Co., druggists.
Have you heard of the Bargains t(
be put on at Zeiglers. Take a look a
them Friday and Saturday. Brush ani
Comb $1.75 combination for $1.00.
For Sale-All of my Household ani
Kitchen Furniture, at very moderatf
prices. Same can be seen at my hom
in Manning. Mrs. Eugenia Rhame.
Wanted. -Pianos and Organs to tun
and repair. Any orders left with Th
Dickson Drug Store will receive m;
prompt attention. All work guaranteed
Terms reasonable. E. R. Murray.
Every person making a purchas
auring the sale at Zeigler's Friday and
Saturday will be presented with :
handsome high grade 1912 calendar.
Salesmen Wanted.-To look after o:2
interest in Clarendoi and adjacen
ounties. Salary or commission. Ad
dress The Victor Oil Company, Cleve
For Rent.-A two hcrse farm withir
'wo miles of Manning. Land produce:
a bale of cotton to tie acre, dwelling
ind outbuildings. Apply to C. A. Mc
Faddin, Manning, S. C., R. F. D. No. 1
Farm Wanted-Several Marlbor
armers have asked to get them farm
n Clarendon. Write me what yoc
aave and best price. R. Cosby Newton
Bennettsville, S. C.
Stolen-About seven weeks ago, one
Red Hound Bitch, from my place neat
fordan. Will pay $5.00 reward to any
ne returning her and - proof of cot
victing the party that took her, On<
oe cut off left hind foot, but still hang
ng .to foot. J. L. Napier, Jordon. S. C
J. F Parker, 2021 No. 10:.h St.. Ft
smith, Ark., says that he had taker
nany kinds of kidney medicide. but dii
2ot get better un-il he too-k Filey Kid
vy Pius. Now n1aLter now~ long.% p.n
iave had kiddt-y troub -, you will in.
uick and oermarneaV b-at-fi, by r be us.
>f Foley Kidoey Pils. Star, takiao
bern now. Tbe Dickson Drug Co.
We want 25 good work.
ing men with families to
settle here. Can give
steady work and good
wages. Call to see us or
write us and we wil give
full particulars and. in
[). W. Alderman & Son's
Co., Alcolu, S. C.
STArE OF S~lUi GARLKA,
Counf of Clarendon.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
R. C. Thomas, Plaintiff
f. W. Cooper. Defendant.
NOTICE 'P- SALE.
Pursnant to an Order made in the
above entitled case by his Honoz
Robert E. Copes, Judge Presiding in
;he Third Judicial Cirenit, to me
irected, : will sell, on Monday, the
Ith day of December. 1911. the same~
seing salesday, at the court house
n Manning, Clarendon County, said
tate, at public auction within the
egal hours of sale, sell to the highest
>idder, for cash, the following
eseribed personal property:
23,469 Feet Lumber.
Five (5) Shovels.
Four (4) Wheelbarrows.
Nine (9) Bags Cement.
Nine.(9) Rolls Trin Roofing.
E B.. GAMBLE,
,Sheriff Clarendon County.
to call at
T. D. SHIRER CO.'S. Sumter, S. C
and see the
re only Car that made a perfecl
race from New York to .Tacksonville
in Glidden Tour.
J. D. Shirer & Co.
Sumter, S. C.
Notice to Taxpayers.
The-time for the collention of taxe
for the town of Manning has beei
extended until December 1st., 1911.
By order of Council.
T. M. WE LLS,
C HARLTON DURANT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
Prompt attention given to collections
D R. J. FRANK GEIGER.
MANNING, S. C.
Et. 0. PL*RDY. S. OLIvERl 0 BRVA3
P URDY & O'BRYAN,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
MANNING, S. C.
For coughing, dryness and tickling il
the throat, hoarseness and all cough
and colds, take Foley's Honey and Ta:
Compound. Contains no opiates. Thi
Dickson Drug Co.
What They Will Do'for Yout
'They will cure your backache
strengthen your kidneys, cor
rect urinary irregularities, built
up the worn out tissues, an<
eliminate the excess uric aci<
that causes rheumatism. Pre
vent Bright's Disease and Dia
bates, and restore health ans
strength. Refuse substitutes
- W. F. BROWN & C0.
. o tIc mnost profitable fertilizer
s has been the subject o'f .ery
- The corc:on is that 1000 lbs. per acre of5
. , .hcohoric acid and 10%
for c-riy pot.1tocs anri SI lhn.. of 3-6-S ier the Aaw cr
motst pro)!Nbe under averm-c conditions. T';:: Po:.._ I- houti
be in the form of Sulfatc.
Manv -rowers use double these amounts.
Such brands can he had if you insist upon them. Do not a-t-t
so-called potat fertilizers of low grade.
Write us forc tai pricCs mitd fMr Prc books w:th o
GERMAN KAU WO:i. ~
Continental Blds..Br itmore :: .-ck --.
Whitney Central Bank Bujdin -
Something is going to happen,
Something out of the ordinary.
A Drug Store is going to give
Bargains. They very seldom do it.
But a Druggist in Manning finds
Himself with.a complete stock
So complete that it leaves no
pace for the big Christmas line ordered.
So it comes to the point where-a
Bargain day, in fact two of them is a necessity.
Just think of it, two whole
Days of tempbing Drug Store Bargains at Z rs.
Eve-ry body i: C1.lrendon Coauty Ino vs our Repta
And the complet: lin of Dru s and side lines -
0 t of t, is r. we -a wat s y :Iie isbst Fas ~
at hard time prices.
Only two day-, aid onl for eish.
Coe -arl o'i Fr dy tg -yu! Dck -f Ir- L
Z~l Live ba.gainis :o . rut on.
Remeber tie pki e i, Ze g ,s, ns. t;c e a:uj-.
S F :dar%- tan S:rar.a-, -1 nd 2 . 191L
0 CGomg to Manno
J. S. PHILLIPS' B16
..-... ightsn Commencg
~Thuiiksgin u Nidht, Nov. 30,-Dec. 1-2. ~
Funniest Comedians on Earth.
SEntire change of Programn each day.-Matinee Saturday.
STAT OF OUT GARLI. A Dollar Saved is a Dollar Made -
Conty of clarndon, This Home Bank
By James M. Windham, Esq., Judge WILL START YOU SAVING
of Probate. ADKE O TI
HEREAS, Addie M. Jones made -ADKE O TI
en sit to me, to grant her Letters of , LR
Administration of the Estate and ef- -
feets of ' eorge R. Jones. ...
These are therefore to cite and ad NICKELS CENTS I
monish all and singular the kindred ==.= -'
and creditors of the said George R.0,
Jones, deceased, that they:;he
and appear before me, in the .courtsI
of Probate. to be he'd at Manning on fiH
the 14th day of December next, after j1 f
publication thereof, at 1.1 o'clock in
the forenoon, to show eause, if any
they have, why the said admninistr
tion should not be granted.
Given under my hand, this 23rd
day of November, A. D. 1911.
ISEAL.] Judge of Probate.1
DISRICT OF SOUTH CAROLIN A, 'h
Inte IN BANKRUTCY. 1
Intematter of John A. Zeigler,
Bankrupt. *l l
TO ALL CREDITORS:
Notice is hereby given that on the
20th day of October, 1911. the said r'Feour Savings Depositors. Made to
John A.~Zeigler, was duly adj udicated j fe Help Feople save.
bankrupt; and that the first meet- I"You oan no more build a fortune
ing of his creditors will be held at without the first dollar than you can
my office in the city of Sumter. S. 0., build a house without the first bricka'.
on the .5th day of December, 1911, at ANY MAN OR WOMAN.
11 o'clock A. M., at which time the wh~illtk n fteeHm ae
-tair creims apna aTrte, prx make it an invariable rule to drop into
amne e bankuppit an stransact it some smoonsmo matter- -how small,
such other business as may properly each day, will be astonished and de
come before the meeting. lighted at the close of the year at how
I. C. STRAUSS. much has- been accumulated without
Referee. being missed.
____________________ ONE DOLLAR IN THlE BANK
-Is worth Two in Your Packet.
Notice of Disc hafge. 'o eBn n rs o
I will apply to the Judge of Pro- ~ eBn n T~ O
bate for Clarendon county, on the
23rd day of December 1911, for letters -
of discharge as guardian for Janie
Leo McIntosh and Susan Irene Me
Intosh formerly minors.I-/
S. WILsoN McbNToSH.
Workman. S. 0., November 23, 1911. FOR E
W. K TAVEL AND LADIES/
El C .Everything of the icr
Civil Eng ineer
the personal wear and adprI r
AND mient of both sexes.
La d Sur e o , We fill mail orders carefulk~
Sumter, S. C.
Office Over Bank of Sumter. 'A I
w. C. DAVIS. J. A. WVEINBERG. OU FTTN
DAViS & WEINBERG, cMAY
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C. . Charlsol@ 0e *