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-pace for New Fall
erings. Our Buyer,
Rigby, is now in
ing out forthe new
nd best in every
g in the Dry .Goods
is orders that the
nce of the Summer
k be closed out re
dless of Cost is now
- ng carried out.
ou can pick up some
The Young Reliable.
A Thousand and One Good Bargains,
Right Off the Reel, and More A Coming. g
Can't Mention 'Em all. Come Take a Peep.
There's Something Here You Want.
SThe 5, 10, 25c. StoreI
MANNING, S. C.
A Carload Pittsburg
Welded Fence. A com
plete Line of Ranges and
Stoves. The largest anp
most attractive lot of
Pocket and Table Cut
lery ever seen in Man
nling. Come and see.
y~antn Sas FPricless Tears.
S fovernor eneral of the Philippines h
if's Sae orInCticed .la-wN In Mealphis. It so befel
Children' u one occasion that lie was engagze'
to defend a man for murder, while hi:
son, was the state prosecuitor.
CONTANS ~In his final argument while pleadin;
NO with the jurors to free his client Gen
OPIATES eral Wright wept copiously. As he fil
ished his speech and sat down, wcpin
his still streaing eyes. the younge
Wright rose to close the case for th
"Gentlemen of the jury," he began
*"I am overcome with admiration fo.
my father. sie has powers whic
even 1. his son, did not suspect he po
sessed. You behiold himu shiedding tear:
fowi clth who I am informed, ha
paid hise only a swall fee. Gentle
men of the jury. I never before knev
my father could weep in court for les
than Y5.Woe"-Saturd:iy Eening Post
For Sale by Ali Drugi:,ts Everywher e.
We beg to announce to the trading pub
lic that we have moved across the street
from our old stand to the store formerly
occupied by Rigby Dry Goods Co.. on Levi
Block, next door to Plowden Hardware Co.
We are showing the most representa
tive Line of Dry Goods. Notions and Shoes
to be found in the county.
A visit to our new quarters'is earnestly
R. R. JENKINSON.
+ We are Going to Sell Out Our Entire Stock of
25 Per Cent. Disount.
+and we are going to keep a full stock of it all the time to
+ ~ sell at the same discount prices.4
: This is not cheap store Cut Glass, but the very best that
can be sold for considerably more than we ask for it. Call
SARANT'S DRUG STORE.
-and see it.before buying elsewhere.
it s the car with the down keep. The
Ford's surprisingly low first cost is match
ed by its low cost of maintenance. And six
thousand service stations-where all Ford
repairs are to be had at reasonable prices
--insure its constant and efficient service.
Here's the test: 300,000 Fords now in service. Runi
abouts $525: Touring Car $600; Town Car SS00-f. o.
bDetroit, with all eouipment. Get catalogue aind
[all particulars from
D. C. SH-AW,
The Ford Man.
10, 12 and 14 .Sumter Street. SITTER, S. C.
OF OUR BUSINESS IS ITS SOLID
RELIABILITY AND HONESTY!
No misrepresentation will be tolerated.
The prevalence of these facts in our estab
lishinent make our customers feel at ease in
their dealings with us: and our firm adhear
ance to truth in presenting our Merchandise
is the best guarantee that can be offered for
their quality and price.
A hearty welcome awaits all who may
visit our store.
Mrs. Jay McGee, of Steph
enville, Texas, writes: "For
nine (9) years, I suffered with
womanly trouble. I had ter
rible headaches, and pains in
my back, etc. It seemed as if
I would die, I suffered so. At
last, I decided to try Cardui,
the woman's tonic, and it
helped me right away. The
full treatment not only helped
me, but it cured me."'
The Woman's Tonic
Cardui helps women in time
of greatest need, because it
contains ingredients wiuch act
specifically, yet gently, on the
weakened womanly organs.
So, if you feel discouraged,
blue, out-of-sorts: unable to
do your household work, on
account of your condition, stop
worrying and give Cardui a
. trial. It has helped thousands
of women,-why not you?
Try Cardui. E-71
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
C. M. Werber, Plaintiff
Aibert Frierson and W. W. McCray
Notice of Foreclosure Sale.
NOTICE 1S HEREBY GIVEN Thal
the undersigned Clerk of Court for
Clarendon County, pursuant to the de
cree signed in the above entitled case,
will offer for sale before the Court
House Door in Manning, S. C., at pub
lic auction, to the highest bidder there
for, for cash between the legal hours
-,f sale, on the first Monday in Septem
ber, 1913, the same being the first day
of said month, the following described
That tract of land in the County of
Clarendon and State aforesaid, con
taining one hundred acres, more or
less, adjoinine lands now or formerly
of .John Terry, Edward Taylor, J.' H.
Rigby, Estate of Kingman and D. W.
Alderman Sons Company. being thL
land conveyed to the said Albert Frier
son by - - - - - - by his deed,
dated the - - day - - - and re
corded in the office of the Clerk of
I Court, in Book - - at page -
Purchaser to pay for papers.
A. I. BARRON,
Clerk of Court for Clarendon County,
in all monetary affairs have beern
fryas renowned for their
wisdom and ability. If you are
thinking of opening a
you should bear this fact in mind.
We consider the best interests of
all our customers. Lady patrons
receive the most courteous treat
The Bank of Manning
*Urges its customers to think of 4
4devoting a portion of their lands4
+and time next year to the 4
TOBACCO AND TRUCKING
Th ric~*e of T 0 1; A C C (4
Sat Mannintr Warehouses, at thier
recent opening. is ai tile argu
+went needed on the TOBA CCO4
$ Wewillendeavor' soon to give
+. von the experienee of one man 44
on four' acres of P'OTA TOES. 44
SThe Pepls Bak
TAlWhmThese Presents May Concern:
L. F. HI. Shluker, the: owner aUdi hol~d:
*of t wenty (20)~ Shares of Ca pital Stock
Iof lhe Hlome Haink andl~ Tr'ug Co(mpany
of 3lainng. Soiuth C'ur..hin. !reeie
edi by Stock (er.dlam, '>Number' 3~>
awih said Stock (Xrtilla h:nt as be;:
lost or. ni splaced,. wi make' applie
tion to the Iata C-o;.oraton on th<(
A. .\.. tor' iOsurance (f Smoek to me
inu ieu of tihe one lo t or misrplaced.
* F. 11. SUIILER.
-July 14th. 191:3.
This is a prescription prepared especiallI
Ifor MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER
Five or six doses will break any case, an<
If taken then as a tonic the Fever will no
return. It acts on the liver better tham
iCalomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25<
A PETRIFIED WATERFALL.
Algeria's Stone Cataract Is Called "the
Bath of the Damned."
With all the beauty of a cataract of
living water there is in Algeria a re-;
narkable petrilied waterfall which re-,'
cently has bven engaging the attention '5
of scientisi.. This is the Hamnam
Meskhutin, which means "the bath of
the damned," and it is located sixty-tw o
miles from Constantine, on the site of ;
the ancient town of Cirta.
This solidified eascade Is the produc
tion of calcareous deposits from sul
phurous and ferruginous mineral
springs, issuing from the depths of the 3
earth at a temperature of 05 degrees C. .
"The bath of the damned." even from 3
a near viewpoint, looks for all the:
world like a great wall of water dash
ing Into a swirling pool at its foot, yet,
its gleaming, graceful curves and the
apparently swirling eddies at Its base
are as fixed and immovable as If cary-,
ed from the face of a granite cliff.
Many centuries have, of course. gone
to the making of the deposits. and the
springs we-r well known to the ancient
Riomans. The none Ilanimam-Mesk
hutin was ;given to the stone cataract
in :in a!usion to the legend that the
waterfall was petrifled by Allah. pun
ishing the impilety of unbelievers by [
turning all the members of a tribe into
stone. At iight, so the story runs, its
stone dwellers of the remote past are
freed from their strange fetters, come
to life and resume their normal shapes.
-Illustrated .ondon News.
Old Love and New Rug.
-Those people next door to us have
been married a long time, haven't
"Perh:'ps they have, but their honey
moon isn't over yet."
"How do you figure that out?"
"Well. it was awfully sloppy last
night. but when he came home she
made him step inside an'd kiss her be- ',
fore she told him to go back on the
porch and wvipe his feet."
"Well, honey. wouldn't you"
"No, I wouldn't' We've got a new
ug!"-Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Fork and Cake,
A correspondent points a curious an
tipodean fashion. In New Zealand la
dies eat cake with a fork, and the rea
son is the shortage of domestic serv
ants. You don't see the connection" -
Well, the New Zealand lady so often
has to do her own housework that it Is
the fashion at afternoon teas to keep
gloves on--in mercy to possible rough
ened hands-whence the fork of the
How The Trouble Starts.
Constipation is the cause of many ail
ments and disorders that make life mis
erable. Take Chamberlain's Tablets, -
keep your bowels regular and you will
avoid these diseases. For sale by all
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon.
by James M. Windham, Esq., Probate
Whereas, Josephine Clark made suit
to me, to grant her Letters of AM
ministration of the Estate and effects of
Robert Lee Clark.
These are therfore, to cene and ad
monish all and singular the kindred and
creditors o'f the said Robert Lee Clark,
deceased, that they be and appear be
fore me, in the Court of Probate, to be
held at Manning on the 14th day of
August next, after publication here
of, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to show
cause, if any they have, why the said
Administration should not be granted.
Given under my hand, this 20th day
of July, A. D. 1913.
JAMES M. WINDHAM,
ISEA~L.) Judge of Probate.
A FRIEND IN NEED
is a friend indeed, and an account in*
the Home Bank and Trust Co. is a
mighty fine friend to have in time of2
adversity. Better open an account now ,
and start depositing systematically, for
when trouble comes, you'll find your :
savings a "-Friend indeed."
Homie Batik aiid Trust Co
w.c. DAVIS. J. W.x WIDEMAN
MANNING, S. C.
DR. J. A. COLE,
Upstair's over Bank of Mlanning.
MANNING, S. C.
Phone No - .
D".J. FRANK GETGEIR. :
C. 0. Edwards,
Office over home Bank and Trust Co
OfDIUGHS giltE 50*&$l.00
AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES,
OR MONVEY REFUNDED.
eM '-Cs rKneys and Bladder Right
ASK FOR THE YELLOW PACKA6E. .
In Nyal's Family Remedies 'ou can find a cure for
every ill. Absolutely guaranteed. For sale only by
DiiSON'S DRUG STORE,
$OOO4C*O0O*Ce p+0+0++0,0+ovo +O*++o+O+OO+
Start An Account
at our Bank and get into the habit of adding to it. You'
know it is the right thing to do. Let us hanple your
money, do your bookkeeping and relieve sou from the
work. It is a good plan to know what you spend from
month to month. A checking account at our bank will
tel'l you to the cent what you spend each month.- We
keep a record for you. No man ever tried transacting
all his business through a bank and regrelted it. Call
Bank of Turbeville,
Turbeville. S. C.
WHAT ITS' NAME IMPLIES 5
A Trust Company should be exactly what its name
implies-a Trust Company. 'As such, is fitted better to
} administer trusts than the private individual. This com
pany is equipped for active, efficient service. Try ia.
THE SUMTER TRUST C0o.
SUMTER, S. C.
You Owe it to Yourself
and to your family, if you have one, to get the
most you can for your money. Otherwise you
would be cheating yourself.
If You are Thinking
of buying a Hat or Dry Goods, then we can direct
you to the place where they give value for value.
Perhaps you hav e already guessed where it is. If
not, we will tell you, it's our store.
C,.R. Sprott, F. D. Hne,
President and Treas. Vice-President and Sec.
EANNING IL, NILLI
Manning, S. C.
- ~MANUFACTURERS OF ====
Cotton Seed Products
High Grade Fertilizers z
NOTICE. Notice of Discharge.
Iwill :apoly to the .Judgze of Probate
orn (harena'n County. on tL~e 30th day
wiz .- havi- r:' b-en reg- \A. T. sl'ROTIT,
1red. E. D). Hioom:. .\dmniulstrator.