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S ecial Offerings at Jenkinson.
rder to get in on the ground floor on prices it is neces
y to buy many lines of goods early and in large quan
es. We began makig preparations for the fair last H
Wbyi anticipating a bumper crop and big business. Owing
the short crop business has not panned out as expected T
:'ms have the goods at the right prices and they must be "
d sposed of. Beg to name the following specials for your $
sb e Island Homespun....5c yd One Uase of Dens 5e Jaegar fleeced
- aov Isa erygod Hmepunin lined undershirts and Drawers to a
shave is a very good Homespun in match at 3Sc the garment......Te suit
g, line yarn heavy Sea Island one case Mens pure bleached fleeced
l poa ne a n ha.. v Is.lan.. d lined Undershirts and Drawers to
o .match at 45e the garment......90e suit t
'4)0~o bambray and Ginghams. One case pound prints 39c the bundle t
n&gisghamaat... ...---74 yd (about2 yards) value.........50c p1
above was boughts case lots One lot Ladies' Messaline Satin Waist
- 3 positively as goon as you ever in white black and colors, value 83.00
-c~i~t10e per yard. will put on sale at...........81.75
, eg we have a swell line of Coat Suits and they must m
be . We are going to names prices to move them. 90
S ed what we have before you buy. Beg to an: 9 -
n-,ae that we have secured the agency for Buttenck $
'erns. We have right here: in the store a stock 9
olfiO worth of patterns for you to solicit from. Also -.
ajkesubscriptions for Butterick publication, T H E
D iNEATOR, two years for $2.00.
R R. JENKINSON.
N Stock the following:-Hardware, Tinware, Crockery
wrer, Enamelware, Glassware, Woodenware, and Buggy
a. -Wagon Material, Pumps and.Pipeing.
of allkinds, Guns, Ammunition and Sporting Goods,
or ket and Table Cutlery, Paints, Oils, Stains and Paint
- -shes,- Alabastine Wall Coating, Sheet, Tin, Sheet
r i ' Nls, Bolts, Etc. Stoves- Ranges, Stove Pipe and ,
S4',ewirare, Perfection Oil Cook Stoves and Heaters,
R bberoi and, Corrugated Steel Roofing, Wire Field,
=a:deis and Poultry Fencing.
, arty Welcome for all our Many
TIE tUINl hAIWiD (JO.
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Don't wait until the last minute when the crowds Ea
will crowd every store. Comea this- week when
yo can take your" time and have good service
~-and select with much better satisfaction than you
can later : : :
SPiercing Arow Bargains
5Make delightful Xmas presenits. They are use
ful. They are just what you want and above all
they mean that you will get along without spend
ng anywhere near the money yon thought you
would : : : :
Tliere's a hearty welcome here for you always. (
Lookers are always welcome and especially just ~
tt this time when'our store is crowded with the -e
iiost attractive merchandise that we have ever e
; ad :. : : : : .
P1enty of Help
Courteous Treatment ~
FATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
,becca Harvin and Eugene Harvin,
umpton Williams, Defendant.
the defendant above named:
You are hereby summoned and re
iired to answer the complaint in
is action, of which a copy is here
ith served upon you, and to serve
copy of your answer to the sait
mplaint on the subscriber. Davis &
ideman, at their office in Manniug,
uth Carolina, within twenty days
ter the service hereof, exclusive of
e day of su -h service; and if you
it to answer the complaint within
Le time aforesaid. the plaintiffs in
is action will apply to the court for
e' relief demanded in the com
aint. DAVIS & WIDEMAN,
D the defendant Hampton Williams:
You will take notice that the sum
ons and complaint in the above en
tied action were filed in the office
the Clerk of Court for Clarendon
)nnty on the 23rd day of November
,2. DAVIS & WIDEM A,
November 25th, 1912.
otice of Application for
Notice is'heieby given that on the
,th day of December, A. D., 1912, at
n (10) o'clock in the forenoon, I will
ply to Hon. J. M. Windham, Judge
Probate for Clarendon County, S.
, for Letters of Dismissory as Ad
inistrator of the Estate of W. H.
WI.K. TA VEL,
Sumter, S. C.
ffice Over Bank f Suimter.
rhis Home Bank
ILL START YOU SAVING AND
KEEP-YOUR AT IT.
"oca. o more buil afotun
ith therst d'oa GWt c a
b ll tKEoS CENTS
ae or aingsair i to d nto
cYoudan nol be stoilhd anfortln
hedut the fis dofla thn yer an
uchd hosbeeacultd withoutthfisbic.
NY DOLARN THE WOANKS
Bc aynkl b snse and stCo
>HNg mie. C C s nrueaRe
WOTH T.WIN OUTCKT
APERS & WRIGHT, -.
AT ORNEYS AT LAW
wAS G TN. D. C.
On First-Class Real Estate
Pady 8& O'Bryan,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Manning, S. C.
BO01ON lESING 110.
We solicit your
leaning and Pressing
ork, and promise prompt and
:od service. We have employ
I pressers and cleaners with
perience, and all work entrust
I to us will be guaranteed.
Send your clothes to the Bon
on Pressing Club.
[OS18 RO0M. M1fllg.
. PRDY. s. OLIVER 0 BRTY
URDY & O'BRYAN,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law
MANNING, S. C.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
)R. J. A. COLE,
Upstairs over Bank of Manning.
MANNING, S. C.
G . A. $ala.. snd His Epitaph.
Among some autograph letters and
historical documents sold recently were
a series of eight letters by George Au
gustus Sala addressed to W. P. Frith,
Including an amusing forecast of his
When I die it may be written on my tomb.
He wrote the worst burlesque ever acted:
He abused the constituted authorities
with malice prepense
The Royal Academy of Arts.
He did the things he ought not to have
done and never did
Those he should have done.
He was stout in person and bloated in
He' never came to dinner when be was
But when he "dropped in" unasked was
no doubt better company than many in
vited guests are!
Passport to the North Pole.
A passport to the north pole was is
sued some years ago by the governors
of the province of Tobolsk, which
stretches along the Russian shores of
the Arctic ocean. The official was ap
proached by two men who had been 4
engaged to proceed to the north with 1
an English expedition then fitting out.
Their petition was for a passport to
the pole itself, but the governor point
ed out that the pole was as likely to
be in their home province as In any 1
other, that It was extremely unlikely
they would reach it and that if they 4
did there were no police there to ex
amine their credentials. At last, how- 4
ever, to satisfy them he ordered the I
issue of a document allowing them to 4
pass without let or hindrance to the
north pole. 4
-aii Ringing is an Art.
"Bell ringing is a science," said a
master of the art. "It Is called cam
panology, and there are abstruse and
technical terms in it, like 'Kent treble
bob,' 'Stedman cinques,' 'double court
bob,' 'dodges,' .'noils' and 'stingoes.'
Each of these terms defines a certain
phase or kind of bell ringing. In Eng
land there is a society, the Central
Council of Bell Ringers, that every
campanologist desires ardently to be
long to. Maybe you think bell ringing
is simple? Do you know what a peal
is? A peal in ringers' parlance is a
series of 5,000 changes rang upon a
chime,. no change occurring more than
"It seems to me," he complained.
"that you think entirely too much of
"Oh, no, I don't, dear!" she hastily
replied. "I don't really thin anything
of them. Can't you get some Extra
Work to do or manage in some way to
increase your income so that I can
have something new?"-Chicago Bec
Ella-There goes the luckiest girl
alive. Bella-In what respect? Ella
Nothing she eats makes her fat.-Ea5t
An eminent reputation Is as danger
ous as a bad one.-Tacitus.
Everything of the best for
the personal wear and adorn
'ament/of' bothsexe -
We fill mail oi'eks iefully
SChaleston, S. C.
\ Woodmen of the World.
Meets en First Monday nights as
The County Treasurer's office will
be open for the collection of taxes for
the dlseal year 1912, on the 15th day
of October 1912. and close on the 15th
day of March 1918. Following are the
tax levies: For State, 51 mills; or-di
nary county, 4j mills; court house
bons, 1 mill; county bonds, 1-2 miii;
county back indebtedness, 1-2 mill;
constitutiontal school, 3 mllls.-Total
15* mills. Also, special school taxes
in the various school districts as fol
lows: Fo.1, 5 mills; No. 2. 8 mills, No.
3, 4 mills; No. 5, 3 mills; No. 7, 4 mills;
No. 9, 10j mills; No. 10, 8 mills; No.
1, 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. 21,8 mills;
No. 22, 9 mills; No. 24, 4 mills; No. 25,
mills; No. 2'6, 4 mills; No. 27, 4 mills;
No. 28, 8 mills; No. 29, 4 mills; No. 80,
6 mille; No. 33, 2 mills; No. 52. 4 mills.
L. L. W ELLS,
Treasurer Clarendon County.
W.C. DAVIS. Ji. W. WIDEMAN
DAvis & WIDEMAN,
MANNING. S. C.
SPay A Visit
to our cashier and he will convince you
that we have every facility fLor hand
ling your banking business withi ac
ura.y and dispatch. Our financial '
n we aim to treat all our customers
with the greatest courtesy and consid
eration, be tbeir accounts large or
The Bank of Manning
Feathers, Plumes and Furs
DO YOURS 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 purchasinr new ones :
Try the Ideal Way it satisfies.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Write for free booklet of information.
BEST QUALITY. EXPERT WORKMANSI1P.
L. WETHIERHORN & SON,
Manufacturers of CYPR ESS
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS,
Charleston, S. C.
Prompt Deliveries. Estimates Furnished.
EXTRA FINE COTTON SEED.
We have about 500 bushels of
specially selected long staple
cotton seed that we are offering,
and which we can 'safely guar
antee to the farmers of this
county. The following letter
from one of the best cotton brok
ers in Charleston is self explan
Charleston, S. C., November ]5, 1912.
Messrs C. i Davis & Son,
Davis Station, S. C.
Dear Sirs:-We bee to say that the
ojo.8 bales of cotton that you sent us
for sale is as handsome extra staple cot
ton as we have seen grawn in this State.
The staple is 15-8 and 11-16 inch and
- the staple is sound and even and such
seed is very valuable.
E. H. Frost & Co.
We urge those who desire to se
cure this seed to apply at once
as 500 bushels will not last long.
Price $2.00 Per Bushel.
C. M.BAVIS & SON
Davis Station, S. C.
C, R. Sprott, ,F. D. Hunter,
SPresident and Treas. Vice-President and Sec.
11111116 OIL, IL I
Manning, S. C.
SCotton Seed Products
~High Grade Fertilizers
STHE SUMTER TRUST CO.,
SUMTER, S. C.
CAPITA L, 50.000.00.
We have been appointed Financial Agents for the
State Life Insurance 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 havin~g your life in
sured you will do well to call on us.
STHE SUMTER TRUST CO.,
SUMTER, S. C.
B RING YOUR
we JOB WORK w
TO THE TINES OFFICE.
Don't Waste Yourline
trying to find the best p go buy
Ladies' alfd Gesits Fg s
and th w
You Don't Waste our Mot
either swhen yobtufyofus.. .Thatt is the rep
utation we have won; for you can depend on
what you can get as beingThe best, and feel
sure that yon wi-l-not-have'to pay more than
the a.. icle is worth. -
D Irshm m.
THE CIGARETTE HABIT-THE :ALCOHOL HABIT
Q THEE TOBACCO HABIT-THE GOSSIP HABIT
Are all Bad Habits.
-I -appears thaeteryman -must bi:e a habit.
I Wh~y nothav~iC
Get the Banking -Habit. -
It only takes a dolkrs-to start a bank Account
Bank,. of Turbeville.
D, E. Turbeville, C. E. Gamble, D. M. Turbeville,
President. Vice Pres. . Cashier.
h~b0 0 G0 ' b0?10 b0 .........................
WHlY NOT G6ET-T WHEN -YOU-WANT IT
And avoid the annoying dela g t ?-Prompt
and Efficient Servicbp
We are prepared to furnish this prodocii at prices
that will enable every far1her to use it. We have ,a very
low price this year and nothing will do your land more
good, especially run down lands, ok low and sour lapd.
It is necessary for all leguminous crops such as- alfalfa,
clover. vetch, peas, etc. Get our prices in 'car lots or in
:smailer quantities..I Samples on request.
Booth-llarby~ Live Stock Co.,:
Sumter. S. C.
I Horses and Mules, l
SBug'gies. Surries, Wagons and Harness, see us. A corn
plete line of the following Moline Implements:
-Grain Drill. Cotton and Corn Planters; Blue Bird
SOne and Two-horse Steel Turn Plowe,-Mide Bnrsters,
I Agents for Rock Hill B3ug'gies. Terms and prices
right. We expect jo have a big line of the new
ong hand in- fewadays.
SD. C.. STIAW CO
S10. 12 and 14 Sumter St. 'Phione 553.
SUMTER, .se C.
Sash, Doors and Blinds.
Largest manufacturing stock house in the South.
Special sizes on short notice:
A. H. FISCHERi CO.'
CHARLESTON. S. C.
RiEflKIN YCUloRKN'S NEW DIS COVERT
.."a ,. dey and- .c.. OI R.. gh. Wil uelyt T.,h, a t Cl~gn.