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In order to get in on the grou:
to buy many lines of go<
tities. We began making pr
May, anticipating a bumper c:
to the short crop business has
We have the goods at the rig
isposd of. Beg to name the
o3 mch Sea Island Homespun....5c yd
fe above is avery good Homespun in
from o 20 yards.
:S aao fine yarn heavy sea Island
Ho..poon at..................6 o.yd
tos case 3o Sbambray and Ginghams.
. s ...... ..... yd
The above was bought in case lots
anSI veay s good as you ever
- bats lOape yard
d e have a swell line c
&be--sek We are going to n
S e hat we have befor
noune that we have secured
Pattims. We have right I
=50 worth of patterns fol
take subscriptions for Bu
DELINEATOR, two years fo
P. R. JE
Wagon Material, Pumps
1fG kinds, Guns, Ammuni
dclketand Table Cutlery, Pa
Broshes, Alabastine Wall C
ails, Bolts, Etc. Stov
Perfection Oil (
Eubberoid and Corrugated
Gaenaid Poultry Fencing.
.A Iikarty Welcome
s at Jenkinson.
id floor on prices it is neces
<ds early and in large quan- .
eparations for the fall last
op and big business Owing
not panned out as expected.
:ht prices and-they must be *
following specials for your $
One case -of Mens' S0c Jaeger fleeced
lined Undershirts and Drawers to
match at 38c the garment......75c suit
One case Mens' pure bleached fleeced 9
lined Undershirts and Drawers to
match at 45c the garment..----90c suit
One case pound prints 39c the bundle
(about 20 yards) value......... -50c
One lot Ladies- Messaline Satin Waist
in white black and colors, value 13.00
will put on sale at...-......... 1.75
f Coat Suits and they must
%mes prices to move them.
a you buy. Beg to an
t the agency for Butterick f
ere in the store a stock
you to solicit from. Also
btfrick publication, THE
ware, Tinware, Crockery
e, Woodenware, and Buggy.
tion and Sporting Goods,
ints, Oils, Stains and Paint
oating, Sheet, Tin, Sheet.
as Ranges, Stove Pipe and -
ook Stoves and Heaters,
Steel Roofing, Wire Field,
for allour Many
STATIWfS JTI UAROLIA,
County of Clarendon.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Bibbecca Harvin and Eugene Harvin,
Hampton Williams, Defendant.
ro the defendant above named:
You are hereby summoned and re
1oired to answer the eQmplaint in
:his action, of which & copy is here
with served upon you, and to serve
copy of your answer to the said
omplaint on the subscriber. Davis &
Wideman, at their uffice in Manning,
outh Carolina, within twenty days
fter the service hereof, exclusive of
the day of su -h service; and if you
rail to answer the complaint within
the time aforesaid. the plaintiffs in
his action will:applyto the court for
the relief demanded in the com
plaint. DAVIS & VIDEMAN,
o the defendant Hampton Williams:
You will take notice that the sum
nons'and complaint in she'above ep*
itled action were filed in the office
>f the Clerk of Court for Clarendon
ounty on the 23rd day of November
[9i2. DAVIS & WIDEM %N,
November 25th, 1912.
Notice of. Application for
Notice is hereby given that on the
L6th ,day of December, A. D..:1912, at.
ten (10) o'clock in theforenoon,.I will.
Lpply to Hon. J. M. Windham, Judge
>f Probate for Clarendon County, S.
)., for- Letters of Dismissory as-,Ad
ninistrator of the Estate of W. H.
Wt K. TAVEL,
Sumter, S. C.
)hce Over Bank of Sumter.
This Home Bank
WILL START YOU SAVING AND
KEEP YOUR AT IT.
..l p op l ve c -NK
ANY MANr OR WOMAN .
IhoL wETSill k n ftesoeSfs
.ae i a i4ara rul o d
>eo aing sde straet
Bank cand Toreuldt fotn
touN the fist-dllr -than youeca
hOn wi t-Classo ealom Estae
80ONE DOLLA INTHBNKI
Baning and Trssing
Cod GseCvice. Wef uhaeoemploy
periec, andsll or entr euse
UARY & W'RGHT,
ATORNEYS A LAW
MANNINGTO, . C.
R. J.A.~ NCO, T~
Upsar ove BakOBMang
It is found that in concave spherical
mirrors the reflected rays only come to
a definite focus in the point when the
angular aperture of the .mirror does
not exceed 8.or 10 degrees. With a
larger aperture the rays .refected near
the edge cut the ails of the mirror at
a point nearer-its surface than those
from points immediately around the
center. This being so and the curve
of the mirror being continuous, a cor
responding curve of successive focal I:
points is formed in space and can be
rendered visible by the rays falling on
a reflecting surface. such as a sheet of
white paper or a tablecloth. The nap
kin ring is a cylinder and possesses the
properties of the spherical mirror along
one diameter. The rays failing upon
portions more remote from the center
line are brought to a different' focus
from those falling nearer the ,center.
and this produces the peculiar heart
shaped reflection. Tbhse figures are
known as "capstics'by reflecl " and
can be well observed by allowing .the
light of a candle to fall on the inside
of a cup or tumbler partly filled with
Weighing the Atmosphere.
If we are to believe both legend and
history the first attempt to weigh air
was that made by Aristotle. the great
Greek philosopher of the fifth century.
He first weighed an empty goatskin
bag and then inflated It and again put
it in the balances and because he
found no difference in weight under
the two conditions announced to the
world that air was a substanee wholly
without weight. With modern labora
tory apparatus most. any high school
scholar can demonstrate the fact that
a flask of ten cubic inches capacity
weighs fully three grains more when
filled with air than it does after be
lng placed under the exhaust of an air
pmp. The numerous experiments
that have been madeon the weight of
air-warrant the scientists In announc
ing that the weight of the whole ter
restrial atmosphere is About equal to
that of a solid copper ball sixty-two
miles in diameter.
The Power of a Voe.
Stories abound to llstrate the pow
er possessed by great speakers and
actors. to stir the emotions by the
tones of the voice. It Is said of the
elder. Booth that he brought tears to
the eyes of a company upon one occa.
sion bygthe way In which he uttered
the opening words. "Our B'ather," of
the Lord's Prayer.
A story is told of the great Irish
orator. O'Connell. An attack bad been
made upon him In the house of com
mons. When O'Connell arose to reply
his lofty brow was blaak wit thin
der and his arm uplifted as if to strilke.
Then. checking himself, he said, "But
the gentleman says he loves Ireland."
Lowering his tone to the rippling mur
mur of a summer brook. he continued.
"I have no words of bitterness or re
-roach- -for any- maa-who. loves Ire
send.' The pathos in the fragnmentary
atterance of the last word brought
tears to the eyes ing yveterans of
Everything of the best fcr
the personal wear and adorn
ment of bo6th sexes.
We fl mail orders carefu'lly
Charleston, S. C
W. Q. W.
Woodmen of the World.
Meets on First Monday nights at
The County Treasurer's office will
be open for the collection of taxes for
the fiscal year 1912, on the 15th day
of October 1912. and close on the 15th
day of March 1913. Following are the
tax levies: For State, 5* mIlls; ordi
nary county, 4* mills; court house
bonds, 1 mill; county bonds, 1-2 mill;
county back indebtedness, 1-2 mill;
constitutional school, 3 mllls.-Total
151 mills. Also, special school taxes
in the various school diatricts as fol
lows: No. 1, 5 mills; No. 2, 3 mills, No.
3, 4 mills: No. 5, 3 mills; No. 7, 4 mills;
No. 9, 10* mills; No. 10, 3 mills; No.
11, 2 mills; No. 18. 4 mills; No. 14,'4
mills; No. 15. 8 mills; No. 16, 8 mills;
No. 17, 4 mills; No. 18, 2 mills: No. 19,
10 mills; No. 20, 8 mills; No. 21, 3 mills;
No. 22, 9 mills; No. 24, 4 mills; No. 25,[
3 mills; No. 26, 4 mills; No. 27, 4 mills:
No. 28, 8 mills; No. 29, 4 mills; No. 30,
6 mills; No. 33, 2 mills; No. 52, 4 mills.
L. L. WELLS,
Treasurer Clarendon County.
W.C. DAVIS. J. W. WIDE MAN
DAvis & WIDEMAN,
MANNING, S. C.
Pay A Visit
to our cashier and he will convince you
that we have every facility for hand-.
ling your banking business with ac- -
curacy and dispatch. Our financial '
and we aim to treat all our customers
with the greatest equrtesy and consid
eration, be their accounts large or
The Bank of-Manning
Feathers, mes and Furs
D RS NEED
CLEANING or DYEING?
We can clean and curl them beautifully. Or send them to us with
sample of color desired and we will dye them to look like new. The
cost. Only a trifle compared to purchasing new ones :....
Try the Ideal Way it satisfies.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Write for free booklet of information.
BEST QUALITY. EXPERT WORKMANSIttP. "
L. WETHIERHORN & SON,
Manufacturers of CYPRESS
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS,
Charleston, S. C.
Prompt Deliveries. \ - Estimates Furnished.
With the rush of Yuletide shopping, the question of
eating, though paramount, is often neglected, lacking the
time for preparation.
Sandwiches, Quick Lunches,
Special Dinner Courses.
May be qnickly prepared by simply selecting from the I
splendid assortment of delicacies we carry at all times.
Below we mention a few appropriate new arrivals:
Shad-Ready to eat. Ia 2-lb. tins., (Bones Neutralized..).... 15c.
Shad Roe-A delightfully rich food. 1-lb. tins............. 25c.
Green. Sea Turtle Meat-Your chance for the finest soup. 2-lb. 50c.
Russian Caviar-Tbe genuine imported article, per tin........ 50c.
- Japanese Crab Meat-Beautiful flaky and rich, for Salads, 30c. 50c.
Tunny Fish-Resembles Chicken. Excellent for Salads, per tin, 25c.
Sardines-Royans a la Bordelaise. A dainty Luncheon, per tin 25c.
Pate de Foies Gras-A very delicious tid bit, per Jar.......... 45c.
Spanish Style. Tomato Sauce-Gives zest to any meal, per tin loc.
Cranberry Sauce-It's the famous B. & M. Brand, per tin...... 25c.
Red Currant Jelly-Pure as can be made, per Jar ... ......... 25c.
Milelmee- Herrings, per keg..................-...-$- '-- 1.10
Smoked, Skinned and Boned Herrings, per lb............... 20
Everything for Cakes and Special Holiday Cooking.
SC. R. Sprott, F. D. Hunter,
SPresident and Treas. Vice-President and Sec.
NANlING OIL, DILL !
Manning, S. C.
Cotton Seed, Products
High Grade Fertilizers
iTHE SUMTER TRUST CO.,
SUMTER, S. C.
We have been appointed Financial Agents for the &.
State Life Tnsurance Co., of Indianapolis, Indiana, in
Clarendon, Lee and Sumter Counties. _
If you desire to borrow money at a low rate of
interest on Real Estate, or intend having your life in
sured you will do well to call on us.
STHlE SUMTER TRUST CO.,
we JOBa V EFLCE.r
Don't Waste Your lime
trying to find the best place to buy
Ladies' and Gents' FiiTiiishins
and the problenttwiHbe solvet'
You Don't te Y y
either when you buy of us. That is thepp
utation we have won; for you can depend on
whatyou.cangel as beiig the best, and feel
sure that you will not have to py more than
the a icle is worth.
THE CIGARETTE HABIT-THE ALCOHOL HABIW
TrOBACCO HABIT-THE GOSSIP HABIT
Are all Bad Habits..
lt-appearstbasevery man-must-have a habit.
Why not have a
Good Ifabit? \
Get the Banking Hbit. .
It only takes a dollars to start a bank Accent
Bank of i11villb.
D, E. Tarbeville, Q' E.,Gamble J D. M. Turbo' o i
Preainent. Vide Pres. Caer.
WHY NOT GET IT WHEY YU WANT
And avoid the;anyig 'delayy 6iir s?-Pro pt
and Efficient Service Day or Night.
I kson's Drug .Sto
We are brepared tfuraish-tidte-rices
that will enable every farmer to' use it.' We -have -a very
low price this year and notIhingwilf do ydorrnid more
good, especially ran down lands, r' lo n.su ad
It is necessary for all leggmimuA .crs A a..afla
clover, vetch, peas, etc. Get our. prices in ca~rl. or in
smaller quantities. Samples on request.
Booth-Hiarby Live Stoc~,
sumter. p. C.
IHorses and Mu es,
IBuggies. Surries, Wagons and Hdfrssa se'us. A com
plete .line of the following Moline Implements:
Grain Drill. Cottori and Corn Plantys, Blue Bird
One and Two-horse Steel Turn Plows, Middle Bursters,
Agents for Rock Hill B~uggies. Terms ada prices
rih.We expect to have a big lime~of the new
ohand in a few days.
fD. C. SHAW CO
tO.0 12 and 14 Sumter St. 'Phone 553.
SUMTER, S. C.
Sash, Doors and Blinds.
Largest nanufacturing stock house in the South.
Special sizes on short notico: : : .
A. H. FISCHER CO.I
~rfl~KIDNEYC DOR.KING'S N~EW DISCO VER1
ar v.. iardnoy and Bladds Right Will Sugrely Stop Tht Conuh.