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Isaac Hamburger & Sons & Michaels,
Stern represent the best values ob
tainable in CLOTHIN6.
These two well known lines are
handled exclusively in Sumter by
us. and we can fit you reqardless of
whether you take a stoLt, slim or
A Schwartz Label
IN A SUIT,- CLOAK, OR DRESS is an invioalte 6uarantee of
Style. if there is one thing that makes us warm up in cold type it
-Is The Schwartz Garments.
SUITS $O up. CLOAKS AND DRESSES. $5. UP.
Put it on ! Hang it up ! Throvi it over a chair ! Style never
leaves it I Into it vigorous lines and its tailoring we have incor
porated an imperishable individualty. So long as we have the
courage of convictions and the clothes to support these convic
tions, we shall contidue'to reiterate TH ESE TR UTHS.
When You Get Your Suit,
CLOAK O DiRESS -HERE, You are buyiug at the "The Source." We
are judges of Clothes, and know just what materials go into our
garmpnts. Our guaranteois founded on knowledge. You take ab
sohiltely no chance as to 4ality, fit or style. We believe we-can
offer vor a better Suit. Dress or Cloak for a igiven price than you
:ujI ind anywhere else. Then too, choosing is so much easier from
7Scnw'artz Greater Stores,
G CALL r
-It is human nature to try and get
the biggest value a dollar will buy
-Ave are human-and take just as
much pride in buying goods to offer
you as you take in satisfying your
E H AVE answered the
call for better shoes by
putting in a complete line
of LJONGWEAR SHOES-the
* ~ more you wear them, the better you like them! They are buiht to fit
and give foot comfort from the fit time you wear them, and will give
* longer wear than any oth&~ shoes for the same money. We are show
ing some exclusive patterns in Men's, Women's and Children's shoes
this season that are the latest word in style-nobby lasts for the young
people and conservative lasts for the more sedate. We can fit youu:>in
any leather your fancy dictates- Patent, Tan, GuR
* ~ Metal, Vici, White Buck or White Canvas-gi' us
the chance to prove the superior worth of LONG
WEAR SHOESz .
R. R. JENKINSON,
* iPanning-. 5. C.
It is a Recogni
that in this age appeal
for much. The man i
dressed. prosperous apt
many advantages over
who has no regard for I
We make a study o1
ing business, and can fit
book as well as your fig
TO PROVIDE FOR THE ASSESS
meut and Colllection of Taxe-in the
Town of Manning, ar:d for ti As,.
ment and Coilec ion of a pe-r Capita.
dog tax, and for the Assessment and
Collection of a per Capita tax in lieu
of working the streets of the said
Town, for the fiscal year commenc
ing the second Monday in April, 1913
and ending the second Monday in
April. 1914 Be it Ordained by tne
Mayor acd Aldermen of the Town of
Manning, inCounvil assemblid nd
by Authoritly of the same.
Section (1) That a tax uif te-i tm l!s
on every dollar of it,i as-e,-ed vatlue of
all real and p-irsouai property lying or
being within the Iworporivi limits .of
the Toivo of Manoing inc.u.ling bouas
and stocks of Bank, and Co:poratrins,
and the gross in -,me .f Insuranre
Companies doing busiuess .in .ie said
Town, exceptsuich vroperty as is el
empt by law from taxation, be. and th-e
ame ievied, for the fiscal year com
mencing the.second Monday in Apri.
1913 and ending the second %Jonday ln
Section (2). That a Commutation sax
of Two Dollars per Capita -on al, per
sons liable to work on the streets of
the said Town for the fiscal year above
mentioned, in lieu of working on said
stret ts he and the samue ishereby levi-J
e d, which saiti Commuotation tax shall
become due and payable when other
taxes are payable. All able boigd
male peJtons between; the atres'.of~
and 50 years, not otherwise exempt, are
liable to the said tax, and all persons
who shall be living within the Uoro
rate limits of th,- said Town sixty das
prior to the C3ollectiouof saidatax shall
become liable to the- said t ax, until the.
said person or personl can snow satis
factory evidence of having performed
road duty, or d(uty upon the streets of
sehe Town or City or produce a rceipt
for thbe payment, of a Commutation tax
in lieu thereof. cove-ring the majority
part of the fiscal year incladed in th'e
Section (3). That a per Capita tax
of fifty cents be levied on all dogs owi).
ed or kept within the limits of the Town
Section (4). That all taxes levied
nder the provision of tbis Ordinanc
shall become due and payable todhe
lerk of the Town of Manning between
ovember 15th, 1913 and December
Section (5). That. if the said taxes
are not paid on or before the said 1st,
ay of Decemb.-r 1913. a penalty of 25
er cent shall be added, until the 15th
ay of December 1913. after which last
metioned date thbe Collection of tbe
said taxes and penalties shall enforced
by execution. Ratified by Council this
,5th day of Septe-mb-*r 1913
A. C. BRADHAM. Mayor
T. M. WELLS, Clerk.
C. 0. Edwards,
[ffice over Home Bank and Trust Co
[R. J. A COLE,
Upstairs over Bank of Manning.
MA NNING, S. C.
Phone No '77.
W.G. DAVIS. J. W. WIDEMAN(
DA Vis & WIDEMAN,
ATTOltNEYS AT LAW ,
MANNING. S. C.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Probate
for Clarendon County on the 20th, day
of November 1913, at 11 o'clock a..im.,
for letters of discharge a:s execator of
the estate of A una M. Chewaing de
ceased. L. R CFHEWNING.
Summerton, S. C .20. Ocet. 1913.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Clarendon.
By.James M. Windham, Esq., Judge
WHEREAS, Lynch H. Deas. made
Vsuit to me to grant him Letters
of Adulinistration of the estate and
effects of James D. Deas.
These are therefore to cite and ad-I
monish all and singular the kinj
dred and creditors of the said~
James D Deas, deceased, that
they be and appear before me, in the
Court of Probate, to be held at Man
ling, S. C.. on the 6th day of Nov.
next, after publication hereof, at
11 o'clock in the forenoon, to show!
cause, if any they have, why the
said administration should not be
Given under my hand this 90th day
of October, Anno Domini. 1913.
J. M. 4 iNDH AM,
Judge of Probate..
TO GET RID OF MOSQUITOES
You can Sleep, Fish. Hunt or attend to any work
without beinig worried by the biting orsigg
of Mosquitoes. Sand-flies, Gnatsor other imeeet
by apgpgying to the ace, aand hans.
f You Do Not Care
est as much as $15 in a
rcoat, we have other ma
,s $12.50 and $13.50.
e are prepared to supply y
, ELEVATORS IN EUROPE.
Except in First Class Hotels They Are
The use of passenger elevatrs is not
nearly so general In Europe as it is in
the United States. In Germany and
France most hotels of the very highest
lass, catering to wealthy foreign trav
elers, are equipped with elevators
much like the American type. and In
[ tended to be freely used both Rp and
<.6wn. The cheapest hotels and many
very good ones at moderate prices.
though four or five stories high. are
not provided with elevators.
The almost universal type for me
dium priced hotels has a wooden cage
3 by 5 feet. intended for five per.
sons. It is driven by a four horse
power electric motor and controlled by
a series of push buttons on the outside
at the bottom. A person desiring to go
to the third floor enters -the car, and
the attendant (or, rather, any servant,
for there is no elevator boy) pushes
button No. 3, the car stops at the
third floor, and the passenger steps out
and calls down the shaft that the car
Sometimes the button control is in
l side. in which case the attendant ac
l companies the passenger. Sometimes
there is an annunciator, but not often,
because the car is not supposed to be
called to an upper floor to carry pas
sengers down. Stairs are for that pur
pose. As the French have it, this in
stitution is an "ascenseur" and not by
any chance a "descenseur." In any
case, it Is a privilege t'o use it.
A few offiee buildings are equipped
with the same type elevatir; but, as
a rule, none except the most preten
tious offices have elevators.-Indianlap-'
Avoid Sedative Cough Medicines
If you want to contribute directly tn
the occurence of capillary bronchitis
ad pneumonia, use cough medicines
that contain oodine, morphine, heroio1
and other sedatives when you have a
cough or uold. An expectorant like
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as what
is needed. That cleans out the cilture
beds or breeding places for the germs
of pneumonia and other germ diseases.
That is why pneumonia never resulis
from a cold when Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is used. It has a world wide
reputation for its cures. It contains no
morphine or other sedative. For saje
by all dealers. Advt.
CALLED IT TOLEDO.
Story of How an Ohio City Camne to
Gets Its Name.
About 100 years ago a little settle
ment existed at the mouth of the Man
meet river. Its name, Port Lawrence,
.was given In honor of the great naval
commander. The little town was not
Sprosperous, and five years later Major
Stickney, an enthusiastic but eccentric
man, founded another settlement right
next to Port Lawrence and called his
jvillage Vistula. Both settlements were
stimulated somewhat by the competi
tion, but neither prospered sufficiently,
and one year later It was proposed to
unite the towns.
Everything was easily arranged ex
acept the name. and here trouble arose.
Major Stickney Insisted that tile new
community accept the name of his
part. V~istula, but the citizens were not
prepared to have a namue thrust upon
them by~ one whose peculiarities led
hni to nam1~e is two~ cl!!dren "No. I.'
nd \o. 2."~ This~ fact ini the ma~jor s
faily life wras enouigh to enusteI :1ny
suggetioni from Ih!:u to I:e receivel
The d~iscussion's were man~iy :nud best
of VistaLi. sulggested. t h::r Ithey :ld''.
t~ nam.of To~ed-'. the anien~t raphital
:~of Spin5~. lIe e~tplained~ thalt theC word
origlalig was "Toledoth." fr:n the
ebrew. .zusaning ''Mothecr of l'eople-"
and Mr. Daniels said they ough1t to lbe
K'able to come together under such a
.1title of p~eace. .Another reason wa the
Iremarkable ineawess in latitudes of
both places. :Ip Spain and in Ohio. the
-actual difference theing only a little
more than one degree. F'urther argu
ments were that it was pleasant in
sound, easy to pronouilce and that ne~
- city of the western continent as yet
- His reasoning prevailed, and the
,~united towns assumed the name To.
- ledo. That they remained true to i1
ils shown In the fact that their firsi
permanent newspaper was called the
Toledo Blade, In recognitionl of the facd
.1that Toledo, Sapin, was famed all ovei
~ithe world for the quality of -the sword
blades which It produced. - Ladies
Por Tnfants and Children.
SThe Kind You Have Always Bought
-ances count to inv
with a well
earance has or Ov<
:hings of this at $14
f the Cloth. W
your pocket Cloth
of International Vogue
These two models express per
fection in modern Corsetry.
Regardless of the cost-every
Gossard Corset conforms to but
one standard in style, workman
ship and wearing service.
Model 364 -
corset at a mod
crate cost. Made
in mediun and
lowbust, has long
close fitting skir,
flat hip line and
Made in service
latest mode and
I isthe mostpopu
tar corses ever
bust, large waist
eong skin ada
elastic section at
back combine a
- make it anexcep
tional model a
Be fitted today. We guarantee an inv -
proved figure when litted to a Gossard
(Nhe Gossards at $6.50, $8.50, $10.0.
M.. C. Jacobs,
126 S. Main St.,
SUMTER, S. C.
urs Old Sores, Other Remedies Wsn't Com
rie worst cases. no matter of how long stendim
ire cured by the wonderful, old reliable 38
~orter's Antiseptic Healing Oi1. It reliee
ain anud Heals at the same time. 25c, 50c, $10
tops the cough anc he.1ung
- Rapidity of lUreams.
Both IBismarck and Pepys found thaf
noise enhanced the value'of a nigh~t's
rest. Bisnmarck conlidied in his old ags
to an interviewer that he could "never
sleep in Berlin at night when it is
quiet. but as soon as the noise begins,
about 4 o'clock in the morning, I cat.
sleep a little and get my rest for the
Pepys records in his diary on Sept.
23, 1661. that he slept at Welling "and
still remember it that of all the nights
that ever I slept in my life I never did
pass a night with more epicurIsm o1
sleep; there being now and then r
noise of people that waked me, and
then it was a very rainy night. and
then I was a little weary, that whal
between waking and then sleeping
again, one after another. I never hiad
so much content in aill my~ life."
The probabliil~y that we get snatches
of sleep at odd moments when we suip
pose ourselves to have remained con
tinuously a:wake is supported by the
phenomena of drenmis. Mark Twah
accounted for his own "disappearinlg
visitor" by the belief that he had un
consciously had a very short nap, ani
many have explained visions of ghost:
as due to dreams during such shor1
For nothing is better established ii
connection with dreams than that ax
apparently very long one can ocCul
during an almost influitesimal time
Alfred Maury hadl a long, vivid drean
of the reign of terror, ineiuding thi
trial of himself before the revolution
ary tribunal and his execution. anC
was able to show that it all happeneC
during thec moment of awakening b3
the fall of ai rod from the bed canop3
upon his neck.-Londonl Chronicle.
Nogi's Nerve Tonic.
Having been dedicated to. the pro
fession of nrms. General Nogi wa:
taken, while still a small boy, to see
criinaml decapitated and was rebuikei
for shuddering at the spectacie. Afte:
nightfall, when all was darkness ani
silence, he was required to go alone ti
the burial ground and bring back thi
culprit's he'ad. The ordeal was de
signed to strengthen his nerves anm
teach him to fear nothing, living 0
d... -nclsm.t Lennp In Atlantic.
Our Boys' Department
uit is stronger than ever this season.
Suits and Overcoats at popular
IN OUR HAT DEPARTMENT
will be found No Name and Stetson
our Hats, and in our SHOE DEPART
MENT, Walk-Over Shoes in all leath
)mp any, 170
r-- When you want a well Millinered Hat come io' see us. We are
repared to furnisl as nice a line of Millinery as anystore -in this section
and th work turned out by us is guaranteed to please.
Our Miss Brown is a Milliner of experience. and taste, and we
wouid respectfully urge upon the ladies to call on us andi inspect our
Clarendon Millinery Store,
MEOcLD BLOCK. MANNING, S.C.
We Pay Highest Cash Prices for
Don't give your profits away-ship direct to us by express and get your
moneynext iv e payhighest prices for gre and dryhides of alIldnds
Bswax, Tallow and old Metals, old Rubber and Furs. Try us with a ship
ment now. Send for Price List.
CAROLINA HIDE & JUNK CO.
CHARSTON, S. C.
A Mighty Arenic Wonderland
Representing in Grand Array the World's Best!
500Peoleand Beautiful Horses 500
Rihest Costumnes-Magnificent Eqnipment!
Famed As The World's Show Beautiful!
Finest special trains of palace cars!
Mueu -- - - ipdoe-- eaei
Robnso'sGreat Herd of Performing Elephants!
WHITE CLOUD $25,000 Arabian Stailion. Highest Educated
Horse in the World._____
MAJOR LITTLEFINGER~ AND WIFE! Smallest Mites of Adult
Human Beings Living!
FAMOUS ORTON FAMILY! World's Champion Bareback Riders
SEE THE AZTEC MARIMBA BAND !
Billy Lighitfoot and Twenty Other Funny Clows!
Shumato's Royal Japane~se Troupe and 100 Other Great Acts and
T wo Performances Daily, 2 and R p. m. Doors Open One Hour
- E HE SPLENDID STREET PARADE -- -
~JOB - ORK E
*TO 1THE TiMES OFFICE.