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You Would Probably
Buy A Pair of
If you would drop into our Stoie this week and let us
show you what a splendid pair you could get for a very
Good quality, full-size Blankets. Grey aud Brown,
with colored borders,
$1.50 A PAIR.
A splendid quality of White Blankets, 64 by 80
$2.50 A PAIR.
Good quality White and Grey Wool Blankets, 72.
by 84 size, 85 values,
$3.98 A PAIR.
Large Size, All-wool, Silk Bgund White Blankets,
$6 values, at
$4.50 A PAIR.
Come in and see these, they are good values and
lendid Values fn
Comforts, Sheets and
J. H. Rigby
The Young Reliable.
Notice Sale of Desirable SAEO OT AOIA
Tract of Land. wrno
We will sell to the highest -bldder
for-cash in front of the court house, CUTO OMNPES
at Manning, S. C., on Monday, De
cember 1st, 1913, at 12 o'clock, the blonBatlitf,
K following tract of land:.aais
All that tract of land containingHare.ABowDenn.
sixty-five (65) acres. more or less,
bounded North by Public RoadDer.
leading to St. Paul; East by lands UDR4DB ITEO
now or formerly of the estate of Mrs. Jdmn.Odro h or fCr
E. A. Tindal and lands of John Par- mnPes nteaoesae cin
sons; South by lands of Mrs. Harvin, t edrcebaigdt fOt 0I
and West by lands of Mrs. W. M.193Iwilslatpbcauiot
Br-oekington. - beigetbderfocsbatCa
The said tract of land being knownenoCurHustMain.i
as the I, D. Wells land and lies be -sadcutwti h ea or
t ween Summerton and St. Paul. jdca ae.o ody h s.dyo
THE FINCKEN-JORDAN CO. Dcme 93 enslsatefl
Neuuly Every Chl a Woms l.nbigadstut nte~u
Paleness, at times a fiushed face, cnann it 6)ars oeo
unnatural hunger, p'cking-the nose,lesanboddadbutga o
greatthirst, etc., are indications oflostow:NrtbyMyA.c
worms. Kickapoo Worm Killer is aLedadCirn;Esbyldso
--reliable, thorough medic-ine for the R rc rda n .Crei
removal of all kinds of worms from Bahm;S~t ylnso saeo
-children and adults. Kickapoo ssLviadln o.1RRii
Worm Killer in pleasant candy form adlnsc ailPsel n tes
-aids digestion, tunes system, over adWs yatrear ti fln
corning constipation and --icreasingalnthrihofwyfteNrh
the action of the liver. Is perfectly wsenRirawi.hi eeie
safe for even the most delicate chil ~yA ei
dren. Kickapoo Worm Killer makesALO
children* happy -and healthy, 25c Alta pee acl rtato
Guaranteed. Try it. Drog -storeslndyibenadstaeinh
or by mail- Kickapoo Indian Medi-ConyfCunyfClrdnith
e ine Co., Philadelphia and St. Louis. adSaeadcnann it-n n
Novelty for the InvalId's ChaIr. Bahm ot ylnso
A most inexpensive but charmingBrdwyanWst'lnsof(
tiny set for invalid's tray Is a glass Wlis
combination creamer, sugar and but- Prhsrt a o aes
ter dish. The little crystal sugar isE.. A L,
covered by the butter plate (as a lid),ffCarnonCuny
and It in turn fits over the creamer,__________
so that -all three may be fitted one
into the other and take but little space T O OTHCROIA
Nervou and STATEdcheSouty CARon A
Toridliercostpatd owls COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
cause* oftheseheadchesTakeJ to Brant, Plaintif ,
%D. in'sNw if Plsyo wl against
feret ogansto o thir ork rop rrieusA Brn Defendant.
a today.At ll duggsts rby uponmedng rde ofiling ther of Cim
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wasm direte bering the ofrOct.30th
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Smal oy(hndngdrugit hltDendnut Hoen BrantMangi
dollr)-Fve ive-entcigrsad counaty ithsin then Bran hso
give e th chage." rgst- u ica deare. ohiMonday, theestteyand
Bob~ur ftheralwas smkes eeashb er 3eirgsaneday ditheifo
lthPatif piee, and his tract lnd
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Hfareon Brynthe Lucius H.for-d
-containin slixty6)acr, Ruf r
To Nightan oundede Bant. Atice as o
lws telwiy: North byCarwy, AndM
Tongh, f oufee dllaneodi Carle Bhryn atb lnso
a doe ofChaberlin' Tabetand seAn Leit fande aparino tha Rhle
you ill eelall ittomrro anFo antes of Dae Pefleant teBer
andt, th eacreti of land ihi
sale y al dealrsalough toe ritioneda in thi Nort
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whod linv, bing his stuate inep the
SLose Srew.Brynt. fCut w ose arendn isnowe
so tat te srew illnottayin. Office ads cotiingAlbxny-on n
To emey hiscu soe arrw one-fus (6B)reant whoed
stris o cor an fil pthe ole and bOtfice addes foios, Btit: Neorth
pleel ad henfoce hescrw Jobp llan ofMryn, A. Mc eoan
fceiddreEst iyls unofn R.lBrce
Thiswil prve urt s tght~ Bradham; Kouhey, wadse Poft B H.
drive int a .ew h ~Bead ,n esssDctr, Illands, of.E
For Ladies. Men and
Robes, $1.00 to $z 50.
Ladies' Robes, $3.50 to
$6.00 Men's Robes,
$3. to $7.50.
That so many wome
counties are thankful I
Winter Clothes here.
. If you ge
or Coat I
\ - every.w(
one of c
Drop in and let us shov
one of our newest mod
$15, $18.50, $2
S. Main THE REA
Chairles Bryant, whose Post Offie H+4*$:$~
address is unknown-All or whom
reside out of the State of South Car
olinia, and it further appearing that
The Manning Times. a newspaper
lina., is most likely to give notice to
the said parties. P O IE BA
IT IS ORDERED, That the said
J. P. Bryant, Harmon L. Bryaut,
l.ucius H. Bryant, Olin Oliver Bry- OFM N N6
ant, Rufus L. Bryant, Joseph Allen
Bryant, Alice Vermelle Kelley, Adell
Carroway and Charles Bryant do UrsIactoeso h
show cause before the Judge presid- deoigapronfthr
ing in the Court of Common Pleas in
and for Clarendon County, South tenx ert h
Carolina, in open Court, on the first4
day of the ensuing January term of TOAC AN TR K
said Court, at the hour of ten o'clock U ES
in the forenoon, or as soon ther
a tter as Counsel can be heard, w hy
this action should not continued
against them as heirs of the said Ben 4 Tepieo OB4
Bryant, deceased; and 4a ann aeoss t
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 9rcn pii~,i l h
That upon the default of any or all mw eddo h OA
of said parties in showing good cause, 4qasin
the said action will be so continued Wewle:dvosont
against him or them so in default
~IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, O h xeineo n
Tlhat this Order be served upon the4onfraceofOTTE
defendants who can be found in the
-'tate of South Carolina by deliver.*
igtesewihteinteseing a copy hereof to them and leav- Te Pope Bi
twanner required for the service of a4
Summons,? OFM NN6
IT IS FURTHER ORtDERED. .
That this Order be served upon the
defendants. J. P Bryant, Olin Oliver 4 *# t * 4
Bryant, Rufus L. Bryant, Joseph
Allen Bryant, Alice Vermelle Kehey,4'ff
and Charles Bryant by publishing Elil
the same in the said The Manning~i.1I
Times once a week for six consecu
tive weeks; and that a -opy of this
Order be deposited in the Post Offie
in Manning. South Carolina, with - -,
postage prepaid thereon, and ad
dressed to each of the followig ''
parties at their respective addresse~
as follows: Olin Oliver Bryant, A -
bany, Oregon; Rufus L. Bryant., '-~~~
Butte. Georgia; Alice Vermnelle Kel- S
ley. Decatur, Illinois. ~:
JOHN S. WILSON,
Judge Third Judicial Circuit. - 1
A t Chambers.
Manning, S. C., July 25th, 1913.
More Bottles Sold Each.Year.
It is easy to understand why an
increasing nauber of bottles of Yu W n
sold yearly. Thos. Verran, 28 Ed
ward Street, Houghton, Mich , gives hita ?
a excellent reas~on when he writes:StrsaigfryuChiri
'Foley's Honey and Tar Compound pne o yoeiga co
as always proven an effectiva rein-usWewlkepyr oe
dy, quickly releiving tickling in the utlyune t
throat, and stoppi.t the cough with
to bad after effects." For sale b~ T
all ea~rs ~'eywhre.adUrge0s1 Ti custmer toTr
Wevotiina pforithef teir l
regularly oranentyeas.nehy yoarU toIthe
suppose he hsnetppriposdf" BeatAic
-"Oh,+you seeine'satheosortof .an
mhlen ruede on her TOA(
A Nght0? errr.e il tr : Jdevrsont
childchokng ad gapingfor re u The eperie of F o ne:
(lurng n atac ofcrop. nd och kno r acres hav aoTATE
ini tehosetorleveit anDoe combiant of cuatv
othes hav passd nigts ofterr r avein foor Chidsem
in thssiuatin. Alitteto ensader nailymening an uiaryu
thouht ll nabl youto voidallunartie thunee it.i osil
i. dearmeeryan' Cowhe r ed e. That iom why ande Tr
i Wacraingr for cthe Su.hsP~s~r h et eiief
nevd-"Sbeen 'sno n ocallin one it pups o a u . rs
regularnd. For se yas.Wh deaeo alyou eseerwee.a
izEEDLE ART WORK.
We have a complete
Line of Columbia
Yarns, Royal Society
Stamp Peces, Etc.
Sin Sumter and surrounding
hat they bought their New
t your next Suit
iere, then you'll
ful too, because'
man who wears
ur garments is
does. They are
d values for the
rou are sure to
i have worn one
r y'bu how you would look in
0.00, $25.00 and. Up.
DY-TO-WEAR .STORE. Sumter, S. C.
SAn Entire New Linei
in.' O Suits adDresses in e
lE ~the latest Styles and e
Colors are now, on dis
Sg If you are looking for
a a BARGAIN now is the
time to buy.
+_ i THE LADIES OUTFITTING CO0
Opposite the Postoffice.
~Sumter - - - S. C
Write For Our 24-Page Free Booklet of
It will remove all annoyvance and vexation at the time
afy For you friends and dear ones. Whether it be in line of
~t Co WTHS
We can suit every taste and every purse.
S hop Early ! I :betr ha: y
S while the holiday stock is still plentiful in variety and
Pi Jahemes Allan & Co.
adj Write for free Catalogue. CHAR LES~TON, S. C.
tD fr Kng's New Life Pills I p
IFor Cold Weathar !
There is'great satisfaction-in shopping where you
can find all that you need underone reof.I
Such a place is the store oOWONNELL & CO.
I Whatever you need'i Dressi Goods;, all the latest
Iweaves and shades.
Cotton Fabrics of all kinds.
Tar Heel Blankets.
Underwear, Hosiery and all that goes toscomplete a per
p feet notion department.I
I Shoes to Fit
jEvery Foot. Clothing for Men, Boys and Children.
I eay nd Groceries!I
Heav andFancy. Whatever you may need, call for it at
I O'DONNELL & CO.,
E ~Sumter, S. C. I
Clarendon County Schools' Fair
SThe School Improvement Association in co-operation with the
SCounty Board ot Education has decided to hold a County school
Sfair at Manning Friday, December 12th. At 10:30 o'clock, there
Swill be a parade of the futgre citizens of the county, the school
Schildren, beginning at the school house and ending at the fair
SEach 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 children.
~:These will be judged according to Quality, Quantity, Variety
~Attractiveness, by men and women from other parts of the state.
~'Each school iij 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 w'll be allowed to sell any of their articles
to defray all or any part of such expense. I suggest the following
Sthings as suitable for the booths. but this by no means limits the
display, as we want originality, and are anxious to see just what
Kour boys and girls cai do.
- Examination papers, comnpositiocs, maps. drawings, paintings,
- problems in arithmetic, algeora. geometry\s Exercises in gram
- mar, paper cutting, paper fording, posters, sand table work, sew
Sing, 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, sof4
pillows, work bags, dressed dolls, bought dolls, and home made
dolis,-rag dolls, hickory nut dolis, corn shuick dolls, paper dolls,
b Lby caps, sun honnets, shuck and raffia hats, doll hats.
Eatables such as jellies, preserves, caisups, pickles, cooked
meats, ham, cha'ken, turkey, beef, pork, sausage, 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 boxes, shirt waist
boxes, brooms, kites, rakes, jumping jacks, etc.
Articles raised. such as corn, potatt .s, chickens, hogs, goats.
calves, 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 b.,y 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 Contest" in
the school house.
These contests have taken root wherever thinking men and
women are for id. They are practical, because they arouse par
ena prdcreates a desire to study child life, and help humanity,
bye tecig each parent to help himself.
Tebetter babies contest consists of a competitive examination
of children or three years of age, or under by ph-: s;cians with
prizes for the high scoring babies, Mere beauty does not count,
but the intrinsic value of the baby as a humani m.eLcine, well pro
portione~d. properly nourished, does.
TeWman's Homt. Companioin is behinid the movement. I have
received from them instructions as to the conduct of the contest.
Tmiey wiil cou tribute to handsome better babies, medals in bronze.
to se awarded to the farm baby. and the town baby scoring the
highest a'verage. To each first prize winner in any class, they
will present a handsome certiflcate, printed in three colors. There,
will ~be other better babies prizes announced later.
We wil make other announcements froti time to time. Our
plans are inot complete, but are growing rapidly. We expect this
to ne the BlGGEsT DAY (Jarendon has ever had. Meet me at
the Fair Ground& Decembe~r 12&h, is to be our slogan. I shall be
glad to give further imformation to those desiring it.
President S3chooi Improvement Association.