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Delinquent Tax Sale.
By Virtue .of sundry Executions
to me directed by L. L. Welis, Coun
*tv Treasurer, I will-offer to selrat pub
lic auction at the Court house in Man
faing, on Monday the 3rd day of Nov.
ember being sales'day. The follow
ing real estate-for taxes.
A. S. Boston, 2 lota and 2 buildings.
Jack Britton, 1 lot.
. Peter Brown, Trustee. 5 acres.
Mary Jane Green-, 82 acres, 1 Build
James Green,-Sr., 10 acres, 3 Build
Dawson Hampton,.7 acres.
Jake Hampton, 1 lot.
WaV de 1aa4pten.*'necres, 3 Build
Hi. J. Eeov
.ed,-1 Mszcha, 50 acres.
Est Gara y enmi', 20 acres.
-Sesan F-m a ars, 1 Building.
Sarah .A ,: TYeui. 1 lot.
'"n Wee , s . t Building.
Mollie James, 1 lot.
Alfred W. Thomas, 2 lots.
E. P. Butler, 1 lot. 1 Building.
Mattie Cantey, 1 lot.
Charles Gibson. lot.
Moses S. James, lot.
Peter Jones. 50 acres, 1 building.
Eliza Jones, 12 acres.
Joseph Jackson. 1 tot.
Est James S. Rhame. 75 acres.
*Samartan Lodge No. 95, .1 -lot.,
Jack Wilson, 11* acres.
Blla Benjamin, lot.
Eli Burgess, 1 lot. 1 Building.
Lillie Davis. 2 lots, 1 building.
W. B. Hammond, 5 acres, 1 build
ing l. .ery
Sam Ber,1 lot, 1 building.
Mary James, 1 lot.
- John McCoy, 1 lot, 1- Building.
A. W. Wilson, 1 lot.
William Wilson, 2 lots, 1 BuIlding.
Purchasers to pay fo pers.
Sheriff Clarendon County.
Rhame's Drug Store
SUMMERTON, - - S. C.
- ammua~ays --
Its Safe for
Sale by -Dickson's Drug Store.Ada.
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TIE WINTER I
Here's a Warm Tip to Cor
& McCollum's Ne'
A new shipment of Furs just re
ceived, Will be on sale this week at
1-4 off the regular price.
Our Coat Suit and Cloak Department
is getting more attractive each day as
new shipments of nobby styles are con
stantly corming in.
A complete Line of Children's and,
infants Cloaks at all prices.
A select .line of Kimonas in Silk, Flan
nellets and crepe just arrived.
By buying Shaw & McCollum's Un
derwear you will save money and have
the best goods to bi found. The Line
consists of Children's Underwear at
25c. to $1; Ladies' Underwear from 25c.
to $1.50; Men's Underwear from 50c. to
$1.50; Union Suits 25c. to $1. I
v & McCollui
C. R. Sprott, F. D. Hunter,
President and Treas. Vice-President and Sec.
Manning, S. C.
-MANUFACTURERS OF -
SCotton Seed Products
SHigh Grade Fertilizers
*advertset. I beg to call attention to the fo lowing:eaigoths
4 s.. Te advertisement has no TRADE VALUE. Its VAL)UE is
are not iclded inthis advertisement, th DIKE LIE ECPTED.n
At.leasy one avrtceme an .mus e apurchased. Small articles
't eWefr t**at EsONAiLLY present the advertisement.+
We thk yo o atbusiness and earnestiy solicit a continuance of '
ARANT'S DRUG STORE.
Cold Weather Catches You
Why not let us show you our line of Furis,
Muffs and Sets. You seldom find a more corn
plete stock to select from.
*The Ladies Outfitting (Do
S. ID.Iiemuon, IMlaniager,
Mrs L. Atkinison, Milliner.
Sumter. - - - - S.C.
WINDS ff1S15 II
nfort and Fashion in the Offer
w Goods. All Dependable B:
Advertised Every Day.
In our Line of Corsets you will find
the C-B Styles from $1 to $8, all the
newest models. The LaReine, $1 to
$1.50; also R. & G. Line at SI and $3.
model front lace. DeBevoiso Brassiere
- Waist from 25c. to $1.
Buster Brown Hosiery.
Chanut Kid Gloves. Short, at SI. to
$1.50, long at $2.50 to $3.
A Big Line of
House Furnishings, Children.
Shoes, .. ranteed to
Blankets, Rugs, hyo u
Matting, Buy I
and all else you twill need for winter. darning wi
Is again ready to show you more New Ladie's Suits and
Cloaks for Misses and Children. A visit to this store is the
only way you can gain an idea of the styles and quality. We
are showing separate Skirts.
Just received, everything that is New in Fall Skirts
New Draped Effects-New Flash Skirts. Materials are Serge,
1.- Olhck and other New Fabrics. We also have them
Is now in full bloom. as you will see at a gas*.
we have added a good many New Shapes and Newly Made
Up Creations. You are specially requested to call and talk
Hats to us. You will undoubtedly receive real valuable in
A fresh lot of New Dress Goods in which you will find
your special wants for your children's school dresses as
well as your church or visiting costume.
Try our Selby Shoes for Ladies and Misses if you have
not done so before. You will never want to wear any other
Our Men's Department also deserves attention. as w~e
have a value-giving lot of Men's and Youth's Clothing, and
still carry the Eclipse Shoes which are worn by . many in
this town and county. Try this Shoe before . making your
We are glad to have you inspect our mer chandise,
New Men's Velvet and Silk Ties just received.
SCome to our Stables and .look at the
fine lot of
SMules and H orses
just arrived. We are prepared to show you the cleanest 1
Slot of stock that has been brought to this market inm
Smany a year. Come now and make your selection. 4
COFFY & RIGBY.
Write For Our 24-Page Free Booklet of
It will remove all annoyance and vexation at the time I
For you friends and dear ones. Whether it be in line of
We can suit every taste and every purse.
It is better that your
Shop Early. orders reach us esrly
while the holiday stock is still plentiful in variety and TI
James Allan & Co.
ings of Shaw
osiery with a reputation.
I sizes for Men, Women and
1 Pairs to Box -$1.00. Guar
wear 4 months. -
once try "Buster Brown,"
ve no other.
uster Brown Hosiery and
11 be a thing of the past.
Urges its customers to think of
devoting a portion of their lands
+ and time next year to the
ITOBACCO AND TRUCKING
SWe will endeavor soon to give
+ you the experience of-one man
on fonr acres of POTA TOES.
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Clarendon County Schools' Fair
The School Improvement Association in co-operation with the
County Board ot Education has decided to hold a County school
fair at Manning Friday, December 12th. At 10:30 o'clock, there
will be a parade of the future citizens of the county, the school
children, beginning at the school house and ending at the fair
Each school in the county is expected to have as many booths
at the fair grounds as there are teachers in the school. The ex
hibits in these will consist of any articles made, raised, or owned
by the childreu.
These will be judged according to Quality, Quantity, Variety
Attractiveness, by men and women from other parts of the state.
Each school is expected to decorate its own booth, and to bear
the expenses of constructing it. This will be only a small amount
and the boys and girls will be allowed to sell any of their articles
to defray all or any part of such expense. I suggest the following
things as suitable for the booths. but this by no means limits the
display, as we want originality, and are anxious to see just what
our boys and girls can do.
Examination papers, compositions, maps. ,drawings, painting,.:
problems in arithmetic, algebra. geometry. Exercises in gram
mar, paper cutting, paper folding, posters, sand table work, sew
ing, fancy aprons, . plain aprons, dresses, shirt waists, embroid
ery, crochet, knitting, samples in button hole making, in putting
on patches, in mending clothes. in darning stockings, quilts, sofa
pillows, work bags, dressed dolls, bought dolls, and home made
dolls, rag dolls, hickory nut dolls, corn shuck dolls, paper dolls,
baby caps, sun bonnets, shuck and raffia hats. doll hus.
Eatables such as jellies, preserves, catsups, I -cooked
meats, ham, chicken, turkey, ^beef, pork, sansk. ..e, loaf bread,
rolls, biscuits, muffins, corn bread, pies of all kinds, cakes of all
kinds, candies of all kinds, sandwiches, peanuts, pop corn, crack
er-jacks, cheese straws, butter, etc.
Articles made, such as axe handles, chicken coops, book cases,
picture frames, screens, bread boards, wood boies, shirt w, i
boxes, brooms, kites, rakes, jumping jacks, etc.
Articles raised. such as corn, potatoes, chickens, hogs, goats,
alves, nuts, vegetables. fruit, sugar cane, flowers,. etc.
We expect to offer $5.00 in gold each, for the best exhibit by a
one teacher school, by a two teacher school, by a -three teacher
school, and by those with more thAn one teacher, making twenty
dollars in prizes.
Immediately after the parade, and while things are humming on
the fair grounds, we expect to have a-"Better Babies Cohitest" in
the school house.
These contests have taken root wherever thinking men and
women are found. They are practical, because they arouse par
ental pride, creates a desire to study child life, and help humanity,
by teaching each parent'to help himself.
The better babies contest con'sists.of a competitive examination
of children of three years of age, or under, by physicians,. with
prizes for the high scoring babies, Mere beauty does not count,
but the intrinsic value of the baby as a human machine, well pro
portioned, properly nourished, does.
The Woman's Home Companion is behind the movement. IRave
received from them instructions as to the-conduct of the contest.
rhey will contribute to handsome better. babies,-medals 4-bronze.
> be awarded to the farm-baby. and the "town baby scoring tine
bighest average. To each first prize winner in any class, they
will present a handsome certificate, printed in three colors. There
will be other better babies prizes announced later.
We will make other announcements from time- to time.
lans are not complete, but are growing rapidly. We expent tis
SGGEST DAY Clarendon has ever had. Meet me at
he.7rbr 12th is to be our slogan. I shall be
~.Special Low-Priced 0
- We are showing a large line of Boy's Clothing
Sin all new styles end patterns. In. this stock there.
Sis one to fit your boy. He will look well dressed
and be proud to wear it. Get him one this week
while the price is so low.
25 Suits very best quality, plain blue and
fancy stripe Serge, size 12 to 17, former price
S10, this week, $7.50.
14 Suits Best quality grey, brows and blue
mixed woolens, Norfolk and plali styles, sizes
14 to 17-$8.50 values, this week at $6.00.
19 Suits fancy mixed woolens; also plain bl~e
Serge, good quality, Norfolk and plamn styles,
size 8 to 16-$6.50 value, at $4.50.
24 Suits fancy mixed woolens, sizes 6 to 14.
good quality, very dressy looking and serviceable,
value S4.00, this week $3.25.
33 Suits. good value, neat styles and patterns,
2.30 and $3.00 values, this week $1.98.
Come and look them over, there is one that
will fit and please your boy and the cost is not
J. H. Rigby.
The Young Reliable.,