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You Would Probably
Buy A Pair of
If you would drop into our Store this week and let us
show you what a splendid pair you could get for a very
Good quality, full-size Blankets. Grey and 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, $5 values,
$3.98 A PAIR.
Large Size, All-wool, Silk Bound White Blankets,
$6 values, at
$4.50 A PAIR.
Come in and see these, they are good values and
Splendid Values in.
Comforts, Sheets and
J. H. Rigby
The Young Reliable.
~Clarendon County Schools' Fair e
The School Improvement Association in co-operation with the
County Board ot Education has decided to hold a County school D
fair at Masaning Friday, December 12th. At 10:30 o'clock, there g
will be a parade of the future citizens of the county, the school le
children, beginning at the school house and ending at the fair 2
Each school in the county is expected to have as many booths as
at the fair gr-ounds as there are teachers in the school. The 'ex as
hibits in these will consis't of any articles made, raised, or owned ~
by the children. i
These will be judged according to Quality, Quantity, Variety 2
Attractiveness, by men and women from other parts of the state. u
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 0
to defray all or any part of such expense. I suggest the following g
things as suitable-for the booths, but this by no means limits the g
display, as we want originality, and are anxious to see .just what C
our boys and girls can do. aB
Examination papers, compositions, maps. drawings, .paintings, C
problems in arithmetic, algebra, geometry. Exercises in gram.r
mar, paper cutting, paper-!olding, posters, sand table'work, sew
ing, fancy aprons, plain aprons, dresses, shirt waists. emnbroid- p
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 J
dolls, rag dolls, hickory nut dolls, corn shuck dolls, paper dolls, a
baby caps, sun bonnets, shuck and raffia hats, doll hats.
Eatables such as jellies, preserves, catsups, pickles, cooked a
meats, ham, chicken, turkey, beef, pork, sausage, loaf bread, i
*rolls, biscuits. muffins, corn bread, pies of all kinds, cakes of all i
kinds, candies of all kinds, sandwiches, peanuts, pop corn, crack- d
er jicks, cheese straws, butter, etc. i
Articles made, such.as axe handles, chicken coops, book cases,
picture frames, screens, bread boards,' wood boxes, shirt waist a
boxes, brooms, kites, rakes, jumping jacks, etc.
.Articles raised, such as corn, potatoes, 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
Sscbool, 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 Contest" in
the school house.
These contests have taken root wherever thinking men and
Swomen 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 consists 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 riourished. does..1
The Woman's Home Companion is behind the movement. I have
received from them instructions as to the conduct of the contest.
They wijl contribute to handsome better babies, medals in bronze.
to :>e awarded to the farm liaby. and the town baby scoring the
highest average. To each first prize winner in any class, they
winii present a handsome certificate, printed in three colors. There,
will be othe~r better babies prizes announced later.
K will make other announcements from time to time. Our
plans are not complete, but are growing rapidly. We expect this
to be the BlGGEST DAY Clarendon ha.s ever had. Meet me at
Se Fair Grounds December 12th, is to be our slogan. I shall be
gla to give further mnformation to those desirmng it.
select from a
and have them i
Nothing is tc
We have the lar
F Dolls......... .. .. 15. to l,00
Doll Beds... .. ........25c, to z.50
Doll Trunks.... .... ..25c. to 2.50
Pianos ... .... ...... 25c, to 1.50
We have an attractive line of -
Jewelry Cases, Manicure Sets,
Brush and Comb Sets, Gold Top
Jewelry at 50c, Mesh and Beaded
Any price ar
to *4. Mens' Sh<
women and chil
on you promptly
[ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarudon.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
J. Bryant, Plaintiff
n Bryant, Olin Oliver Bryant, and
Rufus Bryant, Defendants.
Rute to Show Cause.
Upon reading and filing the Peti
m of the Plaintiff herein, from
ich Petition and the record in this
use it appears that this action
s duly begun by the service of a
immons and Uomplaint upon the
endant, Ben Bryant.
That the said Ben Bryant has
uce departed this life intestate and
t as his sole heirs and distriba
es at Law his father, J. Jf. Bryant,
te Plaintiff herein, and his broth
s nd sisters, to wit: J. B. Bryant,
armon L. Bryant, Lucius H. Bry
t, Olin Oliver Bryant, Rufus Bry
f, Josenh Allen Bryant, Alice Ver
elle Kelley, Adeli Carraway, and
And it further appearing that the
Lterest of the defendant, Ben Bry
f, in the tract of land which is
iught to be partitioned in this ac
n has descended to his heirs all of
orn live in this State except J. P.
ryant, whose address is unknown;
lin Oliver .Bryant, whose Post
ifce address is Albany, Ore
n; Rufus Bryant, whose Post
ifce address is Butts. Georga
iseph Allen Bryant, whose -s
Elue address is unknown; Alice
ermell Kelley, whose Post Offie
ridress is Decatur, Illinois, and
harles Bryant, whose Post Offiee
dress is unknown-All of whom
side out of r.he State of South Car
ia, and it further appearing that
he Manninw Times. a newspaper
ublished at Manning, South Caro
a, is mnost likely to give notice to
e said pasties.
IT IS ORDERED, That the said
P. Bryant, Harmon L. Bryant,
uius B. Bryant. Olin Oliver Bry
t, Rufus L. Bryant, Joseph Allen
~ryant, Alice Vermelle Kelley, Adell
arroway and Charles Bryant do
iow cause before the Judge presid
g in the (Court of Common Pleas in
d for Clarendon County, South
arolina, in open Court, on the first
ay of the ensuing January term of
aid Court, at the hour of ten o'clock:
a the forenoon, or as soon there
'ter as Counsel can be heard, why
his action should not continued h.
gast them as heirs of the said Ben_
ryant, deceased; and
NOTICE I9 HEREBY GIVEN ++++++
hat upon the default of any or all
f said parties in showing good cause,
he said action will be so continued
,gainst him or them so in default
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED.,
'hat this Order be served upon the
edants who can be found in the' Di~
'tate of South Carolina by deliver- ?JJ
ng a copy hereof to them and leav
ng the same with them in the same,
Banner required for the service of a 01
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, Urges it
[hat this Order be served upon the
lefendants,. J. P. Bryant, Olin Oliver devoting
3ryant, Rufus L. Bryant, Joseph *and time
len Bryant, Alice Vermelle Kelhey,
nd Charles Bryant bypublishing
he same in the said Te Manning .TBC
nimes once a week for six consecu
ive weeks; and that a --opy of this
)rder be deposited in the Post Offie
Manning, South Carolina, with ?The p
ostage prepaid thereon, and ad at Manni
ressed to each of the following + rcn
arties at their respective addresses. ? eetl
t.s follows: Olin Oliver Bryant, At-. ment net
,any Oregon; Rufus L. Bryant, 4question
Butts. Georgia; Alice Vermnelle Kel- ?We wi
ey. Decatur, Illinois' u h
JOHN S. WILSON. 4yoth
Judge Third Judicial circu it. on fonra
Manning, S. C., July 25th, 1913. Te
WaItIng for the Spur.
Maud-So he's been calling on you
regularly for ten years. Why do you$
suppose he hasn't proposed?" Beatrice ++++
-"Oh, you see, he's the sort of man
ma o alwas Aoes tings on the EnreLE
e of a large, we
t this season mui
n your homes be
ibe gained by pu
'gest and cheapei
, We Have The
Bags 25c. to $7.00, Vases, Fruit
Bowls, Salad Dishes. Box Paper,
Keen Cutter Scissors in all prices. I
Handkerchiefs, Embroidered in
Corners........5....c. to 75c.
Initial Handkerchiefs, loc. to 25c.
Kid Gloves.......$1, to $1.50
Ld style you like
)es $2.50 to $5..
:ren. We will tr:
LNews of B
buying shoes, you:a
den parts, which eiti
or a poor shoe-.-th;
-tgrvest your money in a
C'because they are mad
have built their reputatic
style and fit, and they st
shoes bearing the Bell
unnecessary for you to se
Yiou don't have to search ar
here and get them! We have se
very best styles and leathers for th
Children's. We cater to the foo'
want to see YOU wearing a pa
t1em on our say-sot
R. R. JE
s customers to think of
a portion of their lands
next year to the
0 AND TRUCKING
BUSINESS Consult a f
rice of T OB A CCO ?back upon
g Warehouses, at their +
eiog ishall he argu
II endeavor soon te give Goods
experience of one man $ or who set
.cres of POTA TOES.
Peoples Bak i
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11 selected stoc]
t appeal to eve:
fore the Christir
.tting off your pi
3t line we have 4
m That Will P
Kid Gloves 16 buttons. ....$2.50
We have a pret; line of Neck
rear for Ladies and Gentlemen,
)ut up in Fancy Boxes.
One never has too many Hose
imply ask us for Buster Brown's
ruaranteed Hosiery for Men,
omen and Children. Attractive
2 Our Shoe Del
ind the best at t
in attractive lir
. to make your i
1ever see the vital or hid.,
er m?akes it a good shoe
it is why it is always safe
Sby manufacturers who
n on honesty of quality,
nd behind every pair: of
the hidden parts.
und for these shoes-come right
~lected with exceptional care, the
is season in Men's, Women's and
-needs of the whole family and
r of LONGWEAR SHOES-buy
ig, 5. C.
irm whose reputation for fair dealin
more than half a century of time.
atalogue Free on Request.
sent on approval to enouirers who ar
d satisfactory references.
s Always Welcome to Our S
nes Allan .& (
r- Cataoge. (HAIRLEST(
r of desirable
ry buyer. Selec
irchases and mi
3ver shown in t
lease the Little
Christmas Boxes of Four Pair,
Silk LisleGuaranteed four months,
$1 per Box; Silk, six pair to a box,
per box., $3, single pair 50c.
Our line of Kimonos, Rugs and
Art Squares will not disappoint
In regard to your Furs,-Tem
he price. Ladi(
ie of bed-room s
hopping a pleac
weaves and shade
~ Cotton Fabr
fect notion departi
Every Foot. Clot
[Heavy and Fancy.
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)N, . 0.
t your presents
Lch may be lost.
perature will not regulate the
demand for Furs this season. Fash
ion will dictate quite regaidless
of the themometer. 0-- rrices
range from $3. to $25.
When you. see and l trn the
prices of our Coats aild S .)its then
you will know and cannot resist
s' Shoes, 1:1.50
Uppers for men,
ure by waiting
at satisfaction in shopping where you
u need under one roof.
is the store of O'DONNELL & CO.
nU need in Dress Goods, all the latest
ics of all kinds. I
: and all that goes to complete a per
Loes to Fit
hing for Men, Boys and Children.
Whatever you may need, call for it at
NELL & CO.,
miter, S. C.
F TINES ()FFICE.