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T* In. order to get in on the groun
sary to buy many lines of goo<
itities. We began making pr(
May, anticipating a bumper cri
to the short crop business has i
We have the goods at the rig]
disposed of. Beg to name the
-,% inch Sea Island Homespun....5c yd
The above is a very good Homespun in
lengths from 19 to 20 yards.
- .ineh tine yarn heavy Sea Island
Homespoon at.......--....6%c yd
Oe Case 10c Shambray and Ginghams.
And Ginghams at............ - yd
The above was bought in case lots
*and is positively as good as you ever
bought at iOc per yard.
* Ladies we have a swell line o
be sold. We are going to mf
S e e what we. have beforE
nounce that we have secured
Patterns. We have right b
of $350 worth of patterns for
ta k e subscriptions for Bui
DELINEATOR, two years foi
I R. R.JE1
in Stock the following:-Hard
ware, Enamelware. Glasswar
and Wagon Material, Pumps
of all kinds, Guns, Ammuni
Pocket and Table Cutlery, Pa
Brushes, Alabastine Wall C
Iron, Nails, Bolts, Etc. Stov
Stoneware, Perfection Oil (
Rubberoid and Corrugated
Garden and Poultry Fencing.
A Hearty Welcome
W. J. CRMiG,
- Pass. Traffic Mgr.,
S Atlantic Coat
Via the Over:
OV THE FL
isoffe ata c
Tne cruise will be on the New
C Steamship Evangeline of the P.
S& 0. S. S. Co. Length 364 feet,
Swith 262 staterooms. Sailing from
C Key West January '7, 1913, Jan
E uary 21, Feb. 4 and 18, March 4
Sand 18, A pril 1 and 15.
F. M. .JOLLY. Wi
Traffic Agent, AtU
S(Havana Office: Janiaary 171
It will only cost a postal
Sget the particulars.
d floor on prices it is is-*
is early and in large quan
parations for the fall last:
>p and big business Owing
lot panned out as expected.
it prices and they must be 9
following specials for your 9
)ne case of Mens' 50 Jaegr fleeced e
lined Undershirts and Drawers to
match at 3ic the garment......7C suit
)ne case Mens' pure bleached fleeced
lined Undershirts and Drawers-to
match at 45c the garment..-..90e suit
)ne case pound prints 39c the bundle 9
(about 20 yards) value............50 -
)ne lot Ladies' Messaline Satin Wat
in white black andcolofs, value 83.00,
will put on sale at.......... - --- - 97s
Coat Suits and they' ast:
Ames prices to move"them.'
you buy. Beg to an- 9
the agency for Bnttericki
ere in the store a stock .
you to solicit from Also
terick publication, T H E
ware, Tinw'are, "Crockery:
e, Woodenware, d&Buggy
tion and Sporting((oods,
ints, Oils,.Stains and Paint
oating, Sheet;" TinWheet
es Ranges, Stove Pipe anC
look Stoves and 'Heaters,
teel Roofing, Wire Field,
for all our Many
ets will bean sale at
4 Line to all .points ~
.nd East of the Missis
>r all trains o~nDecem- a
:4, 25, 31, and January 3
.t of January 6, 1913.
edules, rates, reserva
st Line Ticket Agents
Gen. Pass. Agt.,
t Lme Tou
Cubaand iori a .
anpit ied Tn or ce
Cub andeatos Fonrdan a
c mar othe1 cntt
Wanas. us uUU ti- WiU saIL'I'
County of Clarendon.
COURT')F COMMON PLEAS.
Rebecca Harvin and Eugene Harvin.
Hampton Williams, Defendant.
ro.the defendant above named:
You are hereby summoned and re
goired to answer the complaint in
this action, of which a copy is here
with served upon you, and to serve
a copy of your answer to the said
complaint on the subscriber, Davis &
Wideman, at their office in Mauniug.
South Carolina, within twenty days
after the service hereof, exclusive of
the day. of sa -h service; and if you
fail to answer the complaint within
the time aforesaid, the plaintiffs in
this action will apply to the court for
the relief demanded in the com
pliiint. DAVIS & WIDEMAN,
To the defendant Hampton Wtliams:
-You will take notice that the sum
mons and complaint in the above "n
titled action were filed in the office
of the Clerk of Court for Clarendon
County on the 2rd day of November
1912. DAVIS & WIDEM+N,
November 25th, 1912:
' .and Surveyor,
Ofice Over Bank of Sumter.
This Home Bank
*ILL START YOU - SAVING AND
KEEP YOUR AT IT.
A L BAN.K
NICKELS CENTS I
To our .Savings Depositors, made to
ip people.save -
"Yucan no more build a fort'une
wthatthe first -dollar than you can
build a house withbout-the first brick."
- - -ANY2MAN-OR WOMAN
wowill take one-of these Rome Safes,
utake is an-invariable rule to drop Into
it some amount, no matter how small,
each day, will be astonished and de
lighted as she close of the year at how
much has been accumulated without
ONE DOLLAR IN THE BANK IS
IS WORTH TWO IN YOUR POCKET.
Bank nd Trust Co.
* Ex Com ssoner Inena Revn
JOEPH D. WRIGHT.
GiERS & .WRIGH T,
AT. ORNEYS AT LAW
On First-Class Real Estate
Pariy -& O'Bryan,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, -
BON PESEN Clii.
We solicit your
Cleaning and Pressing
work,- and promise prompt and
good service.'- We have employ
ed pressers and -cleaners with
experience, and all work entrust
ed to us will be..guaranteed.:
Send your clothes'to the Bon
Ton Pressing Club.
. 0. PURDY. s. OLIVER 0 BRYAN
P URDY & O'BRYAN,
Attrneys and Counselors at Law.
MANNING. S. C.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING. S. 0.
R. 3. A. COLE,
Upstairs over Bank of Manning.
MANNING, S. C.
hone No 77.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
Prompt attention given to Collections.
Russia is almost a roadless land. It
Is inconceivable to the foreign visitor
who has ever left the beaten track of
the railways in-Russia how a great em
pits can have subsisted so long and so
successfully without even a pretense
at roads. The secret lies In the fact
that for. five or six months in the year
nature herself provides roads over the'
greater part of Russia - admirable
smooth, glassy roadways over hard
worn snow. The traffic is further
cheapened over these roads by the sub
stitution of a sledge .runner for the
wheel and axle. This brings the cost
of land carriage as near the cheapness
of water borne freight as possible, and
It is the principal reason why Russia
In the twent"th century is still a road
Original Confidence Man.
A story is told of old New York and
of how the expression "confidence
man" meant a man in whom one could
not place confidence at all. It is said '
that some- years ago a very well dress
ed man. with a courtebus address, was +
wont to walk up and dow.n the pirincl- 4
pal streets of the city. Whenever ne
met a stranger who looked hopeful to
him he would approach the man, and
with the most delightfully frank man-.
ner he would- ask: 4
"My. dear sir, have you confidence
enough in me. an entire stranger to 4
you. to -lend me $5 for an hour or
And it is said that the man made an 4
extremely good living by this very sim
ple means.-New York Sun.
A Domestic Jar.
"I might have married a'- million- 4
aire," declared Everfwoman. "One of
my old schoolmates is now one."
"And several of your schoolmates e
are working right in this town for $10
a- week,!' retorted 'Everyman, "while
one fthem is in jail. I guess in mar
rying a chap getting - $1,600 a year
your average is fairly good."
And then Everybaby set up a howl.
and they had to stop quarreling to ate
tend to him.-Pittsburgh Post.
A Broken Cup.
Signora Veronelli (seeking a servtt)
-Why were you sent away from your
"Because I broke a coffee cup."
- "Was that the only reason?"
"Certainly. except that on that occa
sion--my mistress bad a little wound
on the bead."-Il Riso.
What Saved Him.
Miss Opper-1 will' never marry you.
I)enkelsen-Oh. heavens, I would blow
my brains out if we were not In the
midst of tie busy season- and I have so
much to db! Fliegende Blatter.
- Knew the Symptoms.
Young Wife-My, sweetest. darling.
best hearted hubby! Hubby Iresigned
ly)-All right, spring it. I am prepar
ed for the worst.-Meggendorfer Blat
Everything of the best for!
the personal wear and adorn
-ment of both sexes.
We fill mail orders carefully
- Charleston, S. C.!
Woodmen of the World. a
Mets' en First Monday: nights at
W.C. DAVIs. J. W. WII"EMAN a
DAViS & WIDEMAN, a
ATTORNEYS AT LAW , a
MANNING, S. 0.
The ount Tresure's oileewil
be oen or he clletio of axe fo
ofTaxe Not12 . andcoeonte1t
day of March 1913. Following are the:
tax levies: For State, 5* mills; ordi
nary county, 44 mills; court house:
bonds, 1' mill; county bonds, 1-2 mill;:
county back indebtedness, 1-2 mill;:
onstitutionaal school, 3 mills.-Total;
15* mills. Also, special school taxes
in the various school districts as fol- -
lows:' Fo. 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. 13. 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,
mills; No. 33, 2 mills; No. 52. 4 mills. -
L. L. W ELLS,
Treasurer Clarendon County.
Pay A Visit -
to our cashier and he will convince you
that we have every facility for hand
ling your banking business wish sc- -4
curacy and dispatch. Our financial
Beyond Question i
and we aim to treat all our customers .
with the greatest courtesy and consid- '2
oration, be their accounts large or.'
The Bank f Manning 9
Feathers, Plumes and Furs
DO YOURS NEE
CLEANING or ING?
We can clean and curl them beautiful] them to us with
sample of color. desired and we will dye k like new The
cost? Only a trifle compared to purchas es
Try the Ideal Way isfies.
IDEAL LAU D Y,
CHAiRLEST N, S. C.
BEST QUAITY. ,EXPERT VORKMANSIIP. 4
L. WETHERHORN & SON, ;
Manufacturers of CV PR ESS
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS,
Char: ston, S. C.
Prompt Deliveries. Estimates Furnished.
, ** t .e t , ee .*+4.~e++ +4*++ .~eeee+
EXTRA FINE COTTON SEED
We have about 500 bushels of
specially selected long stap l
-cotton seed that we are offtring
and which we can safely guar-,
antee to the farmers-. of this
county. The following letter
from one of the best cotton lrok=
ers in Charleston is self ex .lane
Charleston, S. C., November 15,. 912
Messrs. C. M Davis & Son,
Davis Station, S. C:
Dear Sirs:-We bee to say tha the
. ojo 8 bales of cotton that you sec usl
for sale is as handsome extra staple
ton as we have seen gr.lwn in t bis S
The staple is 15-8 and 11-16 inch
the staple is sound and' even and
geed is very valuable.
E. H. Frost. &
We urge those who d:sire to
cure this seed to apply,at o
as 500 bushels will not last Ton
Price $2.00 Per Bushel.1
0 . Al DAVIS 8&NSO
Davis Station, S. C
C. R. Sprott F .iner
President and Treas. Vice-Presideii and Sec.
EllNIlO OIL, ILL
Manning, S. C.
Cotton Seed Pro~ucts
High Grade Ferti zers
WHAT IT'S NAME IMI IES
A Trust Company should be exactly what as name
implies-a Trust Company. As such, is fitted atter to
admiister trusts than the private individual. 'idis corn
pany is equipped for active, efficient service. yia.
THE SUMTER TRUST CO.
SUMTER, S. C.
Don't Waste Your. Time
trying to find the best place to buy
Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings
and the problem will be solved.
You Don't Waste Your Money
either when you buy of us. That is the rep
utation we have won; for you cah depend on
what you.can get as being the best, and feel
sure that you will not have to pay more than
the a icle is worth.
Andrew Carnegie Says: $
"It is not capital that uire, i o
'has proved that he has the iness habitswhicn create
capital." _ ,
The greatest proof of. busiiess habits is' the HABIT
OF SAVING. When you start angcipct with iisgou
simply press the <.
Button of- P oeikt
Why not call and talk it over with us NOW?
Bank of Turbevile..
We are preprred to. furnish' this product at prices
that will enable every farmer to use-it. We have a very
low price this year and nothing will do your liand more
good, especially ran down lands, or low and sour lan'd.
It is necessary.fog alllegaminous crqps such as alfalfa,
clover, vetch, peas, etc. Get our prices in car lots or in
smaller quantities. Samples on request.
Boothdlarby Live. 'tock Co.,
Sumter. S. C.
Horses - and Mule
Buggies. Surris, Wagons and Harness,-see dts. A corn
0plete line of the following Molitie Implements:
- GainDrill. Cotton and Corn Planters, Blue B
On and T wo-horse -Steel Turn Plows, Middle Bnrsters,
S Agents for Rock Hill Buggies. Term's and prices
Sright. .We expect to have a bidmlie of the new
,8 on hand in a few days.
J.D. C.SHAW COK
S10. 12 and 14 Sumter st. 'Phone issa.
SUMTER, S. C.
FOR SA LE.
Twenty cents a pound cotton.
IMPROVED PEELER LONG STAPLE
ginned on. private sim. Passed government inspec
tion 0. K., for boll rot and wilt. Mr. S. Clements,
Long Staple Expert, pronounced this cotton the best he
had seen this season and gave 20c per lb., for it. Makes
Makes as much per acre as short stable. Seed for sale at*
$1.50 per bushel. Cash with order :
JodaCOUSAR & NAMR,
Sash, Doors and Blinds.I
Largesst manufacturing stock house in the South.
Special sizes on short notice: I
A. H. FISCHER CO.
CHIARLESTON. S. C.