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'MNNING, S. C., MARCH 24, 1915.
"Everything Good to Eat."
"'Reyf~oph M. Chandler's clothing
-Ret . 'A. Ausley is spending the
iti' i Columbia.
'Theelivie league will meet at the
couer house tomorrow afternoon.
.Died last Sunday near Parville Mr.
$dHs..Lackey, aged 78 years.
eMr. Marion Rich of Columbia was
:ene of-the visitors in Manning yester
The county -.board of equalization
rhekt-ia final meeting in the court house
Tbe Pastime will shut up .shop Sat
urday, unless -sub-rented..or sold by 1
Is is with pleasure that we learn of
,the oenvalesence of Rev. W. L. Gibbon
.Miss Vallye Appelt, who has been1
visiting relatives at Lake cit, return
ed home yesterday.
CeL. Henry T. Thompson of Colm-1
bia, was in Manning Monday accom
panied by Dr. Lemon of Sumter.
Messrs. R. S. DeSehamps of Pine
-wood, and W. N. Rush of Sardimia,1
spent last.Satur-day in Manning, on per
- The Sumter Motor Company of Sum
ter, has an advertisement in this issue
*hiehlsospecilintertest to owners
The fertilizer movement has begun,
but itisaslow and short. We -do not.
think there will be over fifty per cent
-used this sson.
The ladies missionary society of the
Presbyterian church will meet at the
bomue of Mrs. L L. Appelt Friday after
noon 26th Inst., at 4 o'clotuk.
.Married last Wednesday afternoon,
by Judge J. M. Wmudham in. Manning,
Mr. J. M.DuBose and Miss Ruth C.
'Welch. .Both of Turbeville.
The machinery for the boring of the
artesian well for the wtterworks soon
to be constructed has arrived, and the
work will begin in a few days.
~ Lake City was visited by a fire last
Monday destroying the store of S. M.
Atkins, fmd at one time owing to the
high wind the whole business section
was in danger.
The residence of Mr. W. P. Wanna
maker, at St. Mathews, came near be
ing destroyed by fire last Friday night.
It Is supposed the fire caught from a
coal out of the grate.
The communication from the Oak
dale school did not appear in these
columns last week because it reached
us after The Times went to press, it
was evidently delayed enroute.
The cotton crop for 1914 exceeds
16.000,000 bales with a strong proba
hility of it yet reaching 17,000,000
bales. 'At any rate it is the largest
yield of cotton ever before raised.
Hirschmann's millinery opening is
always an event with the ladies of this
community, and tomorrow and Friday
be promises to have on exhibition a
millinery display that will be the one of
the best he has ever had. Miss Weaver
and Mrs. Hirschmann will take pleas
tire in showing all of the latest designs
that go to make up the fashions for
this season, and we would say it will
be well to call early to make a selee
ill have the. la
imunity will f
atest ideas ix
Died at her home near Foreston Sur
lay, Mrs. Louisa Richbourg. wife <
Tudge J. E. Richbourg, aged about 6
Fears. The burial took place at Foi
ton Monday. Mr. W. T. P. Sprot
in the absence of a mininter. read. th
Gov. Richard . Manning has at
munced the appointment of his mili
ary staff, among his appointments ar
Aayor A. C. Bradham. of Manning
md Mr. W. R. Burgess of Sumter
ormerly of Clarendon. These gentle
nen rank as lieutenant colonels.
The honor roll of Live Oak' school i
Ls follows: First grade, Mary Caxder
Aammie Flemming, Robbie Browder
rhird grade, Birdie Johnson, Sammi,
aulder. Fourth grade, Blanche Tim
nons, Willie Browder, Herbert Mc
Iary. Sixth grade, Marie Timmons
'ulian Johnson. Sadie Wheeler
The county treasurer's office ha
een doing a lively business the pas
ew days and will continue to do so ul
o the last day of this month which i
be last day for taxes without penalty
ier that time-a penalty of 5 per cen
s attached with instruction to thi
.heriff to proceed to collecr. tagethei
Vith all costs.
Died at Turbeville last Thursday thi
afant son of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Wal
ace, and was buried at Pine Gron
hureb Friday umorninir. The funera
ervices were conducted by the pastor
tev. Rhode. This is this the seconc
hild they have lost, an older one dy
2g on the Monday before.
We want the teachers ef the Man
ing group for the declamation contes1
> take notice that the prelimary will
e held in the auditorium of the Man'
ing graded school building on the
rst Saturday in April. This is the
bird day of April. Please take notici
nd have the contestants on hand al
n o'clock A. M. D. R. Riser.
Monday afternoon the colored schoo
nilding at Summnerton was destroyei
y fire. and from it the colored churcl
aught and was also destroyed. The
rind was blowing a gale at the time
d it was only by the hardest kind o
rork that a severe conflagration was
verted. The buildings destroyed ar'
alued at about 13,000 and insured toi
The Dianne will case mentioned it
['e Times recently in which Dr. G. L
)ickson of Marnning is interested, wa
imicably adjusted ty compromise. Mr
olland of Bishopviile, who contestec
he will, claiming that Mrs. Dunne hat
eft a later will than that in favor o
)octor Dickson received $3000, ann
octor Dickson the balance of the es
te which includes a house,,and lot it
Last Monday morning the two stor.1
ranie building opposite the Centra
otel caught on fire from a spark on
e roof, and fortunately the flame was
rhere it could be easily reached, oth
~rwise, with the wind blowing almost
gale there is no telling the extent o
e damage it would bave done. As i
as the only damage was to a few
hingles on the roof.' The building i
wned Mrs. W. E. Brown.
The friends of Rev. B. F. McLendoc
arn 'with reg ret that vandals a
t. George cut down his gospel tent
Ve have no idea is t.::'. this piece o
ishief was done by a fClish set o
oys in a spirit, of what the y thought
as fun, and that they are now heart
ly ashamed of their condu'.t. We pre
ict the incident will aid Mr. McLen
on in awakerning the pe~ple of Dor,
~hester conty to an appreciation o:
IcLendon's efforts for good.
There was a very interesting meet
og at the court house last Saturday
ttended however, by a small crowd t<
ear Professors C. C. Cleveland an'
'rank C. Hare on poultry raising
'heir lectures deserved a large audi
see to hear about an important indus
,ry that every farmer and housewift
~hould be interested in. Those wh<
lid attend were well paid in informa
,ion which will add an impetus - ti
3ultry raising in this section.
All forms of interchangeable mileaf
,d print script books are good for in
~erstate passages in South Carolina
ffective Saturday, March 20. 1915, a)
nterchangeable mileage and pnne;
cript books, forms Z, ZZ 3iM ani
enny scrip (regardless of date pua
hased) will be good, within limit, fo
nterstate journeys in South Carolin;
y exchange of coupons at ticket wit
lows for passage tickets, in accord
mee with contract and contract provu
ons. Seaboard Air Line Railw.a
Southern Railway, Carolina, Atlanti
& Western Railway, Charleston an
Western Carolina Railway, Columbit
ewberry and Laurens Railway, A
antic Coast Line Railroad.
The attention of our readers is calle
o the advertisement in this issue<
The New Idea Comnany, of which i
iorris Ness is the manager Mr. Nes
is desirous of building up a trade fc
the better qualities of goods, and at th
same time fnaking it a point to give:t
is patrons goods at competitive price!
There Is no doubt that the successC
merchandising depends largely in sal
isfying the trade, and to do this Mi
Ness realizes that QUALITY as we:
as price is of great consideratiot
therefore, he has not only gone in:
the markets and bought carefully wit
a view of taking catre of his trades
far as price is concerned, but in selec
ing his stock he has made QUAL1T
a specialty. Miss Annie Thames spet
three weeks at the North studying tb
styles in dress goods and millinery, at
is now prepared to satisfy the demani
of the most eacting' in these line
rgest line of Tri
md everything 4
. stock of weari
le and correct d
to the wearer.
Mr. W. H. Young the gentleman C
f who has been at the farm of Mr. A. C
9 Davis since January building a modern
tobacco barn and exr-rinnenting with a
heating apparatus, will be at Mr. Dav- N
e is's only a few days longer. But while
here he wants every man that contem
plates planting tobacco to visit him
and see the oil stove curing apparatus
demonstrated. Mr. Young leaves the
early part of next week to make a trip
Into Georgia and Florida, when he
hopes to return for a few days before
going to his home in Michican. Every
man who visited Mr. Davis's farm
came away fully convinced that he has
solved the tobacco curing problem, and
that he will revolutionize the system E
in the United States This is import
ant in several ways, it not only makes
curing easier and less expensive, but 9
there is a probability of inducing the
manufacturers of the stoves to erect a 9
plant for the manufacture of them in
Manning. An establishment of this
nature would afford employment to a
good many people, some of whom 10
would be high salaried and be a fine
Sacquisition to the town. We will cer
tainly weicome the industry to Man- 10
Field Day at Paxv.e Apri 2nd.
Field Day for the Paxville group of
schools, which group includes Paxville.
Pinewood, Big Branch, Home Branch.
Silver, Grange Hall and Pineland
schools, will be held at Paxville Fri
day. April 2nd, beginning at 11 o'clock 11
Following is the program for the -day:
Oratori'cal Contests. I12
1st-Boys or girls under 12.
2nd-Boys or girls between 12 and 15..
3rd-Boys or girls between 15 and 18.
Spelling Contest-Open to all pupils.
A ~ltcContests. 1
100 yds dash for boys.
100 yds dash for girls. 2
Running high jump2
Standing high jump.
Running broad jump.
Standing broad jump.
Delivery of prizes for each of the ten 3:
above named contests.
A base ball game will be played be-I
tween the Paxville and Pinewood'
All principals are asked to send their'
assessment to be used for prizes on
this day to Miss Ethel Corbett, princi- 4
pal Paxville Graded School, on or be- 4
fore March 30th. They are also asked 4
to send list of contestants. 4
Remember the date. April 2nd, and
patrons, pupils, and friends of the
above named schools be sure to attend.
Don't forget your lunch.
Field Day Program, Summerton Group.
Consisting of Summerton, Davis
Station, Panola, Oak Grov,. Cross 8
Roads and Richbourg, at Summerton
April 9th, 1915.
1-Invocation. . 9
2-Joint song by all the schools in
i3-Declamation contest, class A.
(One pupil from each school under 12
years of are )
4-Song, By pupils of Panola school.
5-Declamation contest, class B. (One
pupil from each school between the
ages of 12 and 15 )
6-Song-By pupils of Oab- Grove ar:
7--Song, By pupils of Cross Roads he(
8-Declaration contest, class 0. (One or
pupil from each school between the th
ages of 15 and 18.)
9-Song, By pupils of Davis Station to
10-Song, "Good Old U. S. A." By of
pupils of Sum merton school. ':
11-Song, By pupils of Richbourg .b
12. Spelling contest-this is open t i
all pupils.I l
13-Basket picnic on school grounds at
at:30 o'clock. h
Program continued at 2:30. nl(
1-Sack race for boys (One from each a
2-100 yard dath for boys (One from ed
each school) at
-3-50 yard dash for girls (One from re
4-Jumping contest, star og broad w
Sjump, running broad jum,,., standing a'
Ibigzh jump. running higb jump. (These cc
-are chosen from classes A. B. C as s
5-Basket ball game. d
-6-Baseball game. f
Excellent C ,t Held at Gu Club Grounds fo
a .. Broad Street.
The Fred Gilbert gun club shoot on
Thursday on the Broad street grounds cc
of the Sumter Gun Club resulted in tr
Sthe making of some excellent scores a]
hv members of the club who partici- th
pated in the affair. Mr. Robert Shelor tb
was the fortunate winner of the Fred, ti
Gilbert trophy cup, his score being si
ethe unusually high score of 96 out of th
o100. The scores were as follows: di
.Name Shot Added Total
Robert Shelor 100 -1 96
W. G. Moses 100 28 95
1C. H. Annis 100 16$ 93 b
S. R. Yong 100 13 931
SC. S. Land 100 28 931'
hH. D. Plowden 100 15 92 1
oJ. H. Staples 100 7 90$
T. V. Plowden 100 9 8
SR. D. Epps 100 9 8
E. H. Mses 100 22 8
. R Vandemeter 100 36 8t
dS. M. Riddle 100 20 8
M. R Riers 75 34 6
IS. R. Sprott 7 0 6
mied and L
lesired for I
esign and s1
s and Dressi
LARENDON COUNTY SUNDAY SCH(
anning S. C.-Tuesday and Wednesd
March 30th and 31st, 1915,-In the Bap
:00 Devotional Exercises-Rev. L.
McCord, Pastor Presbyteri
3:15 Greetings from the Entertaini
Response by the County Pres.
Appointment of Convention, I
:30 Address-"The Church Memt
and The Sunday School," Ht
J. D. Cappleman.
:15 Greetings from the Sta .e
:30 Announcement; and Adjour
:15 Devotional Exercises-Led
Rev. C. C. Derrick, Pastor
Summerton Methodist Church.
:30 Enrollme*nt of Delegates, A
point.ment of Committees.
:00 A Review of Sunday School C
ditions in the County.
A. Reports of progress by t
B. Reports of the County 0
C. Analysis of Reports by Rt
Thomas J. Watts.
:30 Open Conference-"The Speci
Difficulties of the Rural Schc
and How to Meet them," R.
:00 Address-"Thc Magnitude of ti
Sunday School Enterprise," Re
Thomas J. Watts.
:45 Offcial Visit to the Exhibit Roc
:00 Ne'on Lunch-For all delegat
and out of town visitors.
:00 Every body visit the Exhibit Roc
:30 Lecture and Round Table Cc
~ference o'n, "Finding and Trai
ing the.Coming Leaders," Lea
er. Rev. Thomas .J. Watts.
30 Roll Call ot Schools and Pledg
for the coming year's County al
Statre S. S. Association Work.
Choice of Delegates to the Sta
S. S. Conve-nti..m at Newberry,
C., A pril 20th to 22nd
Re~port of Nominating Commit
:00 A-idlress on Eiemientary Work.
:30 Elementary Workers Conferen
:0 Adait'< iass Workrers Conferen
:30 Specis! Session on for boys al
,airls-early teetjs. 13 and 16 ses
Retv. Thomas J. Watts.
:00 Deivotional Service. Led by
:15 Ekction and Installment of O0
:20 Free Will Offering for the Cc
ve r t!Ot Expenses.
:30 S3 mstum -"Wny I Teach
Sunday Secbool Class"-Answer
.coin utes ea'oi by 5 teachers.
0 Adr-ss by Ur. J. 0. Reavis, C
luto bis, S'. C.
:30 .Xjwrnument and meeting of t
new County Executive Comm
Enforce the Law.
rhe aut mob" Ie ,ruek owner;,1
einorme.J, wli not agree to comp
b tue law requiring them to pay
ens of $100. and it is up toar
pert isor tosee they are made to p
haa' the courts to decide again
vaidty of the law. We hope
i cause'the arrest of the first viol
of the law he can find.
'hi -Act was passed in the inter4
the county, and not in a spirit
.er; I would serve the vendors
trIed gos right if every mercha
Clarendon would refuse to hand
r product until they comply wi
e law: if these gentlemen who opt
mahinrs that break down o
idges and make travel unsafe a
rparonized by the taxpayers un14
sy comply with the law, it would p
trop to t he defiance.
One of these automobile trucks loa
weigh in the neighbor of nmne thot
.d pounds, and it must appeal to
ason of every taxpayer that such
eight is too much for the ordina
)oden bridge to stand, then wh
Ided to this enormous weight there
nideredl the force of the machi
iking a wooden structure gotiir a
eed of tifteen miles or more an hot
is easily seen that it is calculated
tSrov our bridges. Who must p
r this destruction but the taxpaye
the coanty, then when non-taxyl
the damage and defy a law enact
r protection, it is time that our ci
ns should insist upon a comph~ar
ith the law.
t would be money saved tot
untv if the owners of automob
ucks would withdraw their machit
ogether. this would be better th
.e coletion of a $100 license, but
ey insist upon running their locn
res upoo our public roads then tih
Lould be v illing to at least help p
.e cost of repairog the damarge th
We Are Showing.
The Eclipse Shirts in all the lat
ack and white stripe at S1 to $1.
he silver shirts with fancy cuffs at
lie Idle Gold silk shirts at $3
.50. Toseph M1. Chandler, Sumter.
Get a fit to a pair of Clapp Oxfor
me od price, S6.50. None bett
]aster and Spri
; the dates, Marc
.OL Our Tax Assessing System.
It is questionable whether it was
wise to repeal our assessing system in
ay, this county. It will be remembered
that complaint was made of taxes escap
- ing under the system which required
the Auditor to take the returns, and a
law was enacted requiring these re
turns to be taken by the township
B. board of assessors. The first year the
an law work splendid, and a large amount
of property that had heratofore escap
og ed taxation was put on the books and
the tax collected, but later the town
ship assessors grew lax, and it was
n- found to be an expensive method. a
therefore upon the insistent demand e
er of the Auditor and equalization board t
n. tLis law was repealed at the recent
session of the Legislature, and the t
u- former law restored. Yesterday the t]
County Board of Equalization met, and N
n- it was discovered that the Auditor was
unable to get the people to make their l
returns to him, and there is now a
great. deal of the property not returned
by for this year. He will be forced to go
of over his books and add this property,
toczether with the 50 per cent penalty,
p- but this is not all, many taxpayers have
under valued their property, and this
In- will have to be looked into also. t
To give our readers some idea, we 0
he have obtained from Calvary towriship
the following table of personal proper
, YEAR 1909. I
v Horses Value.......... Cattle Value 1,s
al 112 8.435 175 1,806 IL
ol ?Mules- Value ........Sheep Value u
J. 171 15,330......... 7 10
s19 545 .......... 5. ........t
v. YEA 1914.
Horses Value.......Cattle Value a
1175 1I,199 ........380 4,815 ,
mMules Value.........Sheep Value' a
361~g 27,550.. .....19 19
es. og.V.u...... Dogs...
m 769 985 ..........217.........
n .YEAR 1915.1
d-11 5,681........187 1.834
Mules Value........Sheep Value,
s1200 12.496........19 2
2 ogs Value .......Dogs....
te 282 574..........102........
s. 1Note the inceease from 1909, and the
decrease in 1915.
Bee Ti matter is called to the atten
tino 'epublic to snow that the ten-.
ce dency is to dodge the payment of taxes,
rs1 ~ iI
as ever shov
ng wear at
.e and fabric
h 25 and 26.
Ld many of these dodgers are t
oudest in their complaints when tl
:ounty falls behind and cannot pay i
ust claims. It will be recalled th:
['he Times was somewhat severe <
he township boards for permittir
>roperty to escape fror. the tax book
.nd especially the real estate, but wh
ve had to say should not have been d
ected at the Calvary board, this boai
Lid its duty, faithfully and well, at
he record they kept will show th
rhile they worked under the law ju
epealed.the personal property increa
d each year, and the tax from do!
lone was enough to pay their expen
s, but not so with many of the otb
wnships. It has been shown -th;
brough the indifference of the boar(
ousands of acres of land slipped froi
be books, and had to be added by a,
itionals, and from the reports of ye
sday's meeting we are inclined '
e opinion that the solution of tt
roblem is yet to be solved.
A Great Day Planed for Old Rehobeth.
On Friday, April the 2ad, the peop
,ehobeth churcb section, and in fa
U that will and can, and especial]
iose that have relatives buried at thi
Id his historic church, are asked 1
mme together at 9 o'clock a. m., at
ring with you a tool to work with, at
well-filled basket, and let us sper
e day together and clean off tt
iurch and grave yard;. We want i
.art working by 9 o'clock if possibl
ien wot-k until 11 o'clock. Thben a se
on will be preached. Then a dinnt
>read, after which we will ha'
nother sermon and elect a committe
>take some steps to rebuild or repai
2e old Rehobeth church building.
hich place we are planing to takeu
regular appointment. Don't forg<
ie date, neighbors, your working too
or your well-filled basket.
.J. 0. BURNETT, P. C
Don't Talk War.
But come in today. Let. us show yo
le new English spring 'Suits, fro:
ehloss Bros & Co., and Hart, Sch:-f
er and Marx. Prices $20 to $27.5(
ours to pleaSe, Joseph M. Chandlei
Two cottage prayer meetings of th
resbyterian church will beheld at 7:3
morrow (Thu rsdav) night, at th
>mes of Capt. W. C. Davis, and Mr
r. Mx. Plowden.
are taking a bigg<
-they are learnir
s stylish clothes <
riefly a matter of pieli
dways remembers qua
s style You want bot
rry the clothes of the fa:
ave models that are t
in designing. Such
r indeed !
~pring the cloth effect
unced. No overcoat
Urquhart overplaids ai
1. Of course Tartan pl
ssortment of both.
e exclusive headquarters
RES $17. You know thatc
designs the style and that t
: our style show. Later, if
e a more intelligent select
SouthlMain St.. -
m in Clarendoir
this store. W
3---with every pi
Be sure to com
ie Sardinia Home Demonstration Club. si
ie The ladies of Sardinia, under the k
, direction of Miss Katherine Richard
t son, have organized a Home Demon
) stration Club, and already several very el
g enthusiastic meetings bave been held.
: The club meets twice each month, and
at the ladies find this none too often.Home e
- Betterment is the line of work we have
.d chosen for our first study, and we have
id begun by having a demonstration at C
at each meeting. Quite a number of our S
st club members have made fireless cook
ers, and in this way cooking has be
come less burdensome.
s Our ladies are very much interested is
r in the Demonstration work and the
a club has grown from seven to seventeen
Is members. Miss Richardson has kindly s
promised to have held iu our town a
a short course in domestic science and we
- are looking forward to much pleasure
O in this work.
ie The club hopes to accomplish great c]
good in the work we have started, and
we find the social side of our meetings St
more pleasant. At our next regular .
meeting hope to have a demonstration
le showing how to cara for the sick, at
3 which time we are to have a trained
y nurse to give some lessons. D
1S We hold our meetings in different
o homes and in this way we develop a I
d more cordial feeling. and as each home
d is different we find more to give us er
d though, which only stirs up more in
e terest. .
0 The club members are allowed to
, bring along their fancy work if they of
r- like, and after the program is over we bi
r exchange ideas along that line. C
e We are hoping in the near future to tI
e hold a community fair where we will at
.htve'on exhioit all kinds of canned w
t goods, fancy articles aud many other h:
P tulugs. Au of these will be gotten up di
at by our ladies of the demonstration club, at
Mrs. Venton Bridges and children
u have returned to their home at Spar
F. Miss Bertha Griffin of the Toumey
). hospital, Sumter, spent Sate:-day night
.and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Griffin on Manning Ave.
Mr. Eugene Davis, Mr. and Mrs.
e -R.-W. Chewning and children of Davis
0 Stttion spenr Sunday here at the home Dl
e of Mr. and Mr's. Sam Griffia.
*Miss Ruth Wiles of Lone Star is I'
ending somnetime in town with her B
er interest in
1g that noiw
:ost no more
ing out a store
ruly master-- .
styling is a
s are always
to cover them up.
e the sensation this
aids are also popular.
here for STYLEPLUS
>ne of the leading fashion
he quality is guaranteed.
not now, it will help you
ion of your Spring suit.
- SUMITER, S.C.
II~ib lhill ilil Ili ili i ! A l i l lh
a have a
.e and see
ster Mrs. Lee Felder.
Messrs Harry Geddings and Tomp
ins of Columbia spent Sunday at the
oMe of N rs. E. P. Geddings.
Mrs. H. F. Stack and two youngest
iidren are on a visit to friends ~and
flatives at Lake City.
Miss Ruby Stanton spent the week
id with her home folks at Bennetts
Rev.iDemsey Griffin from above
nlumbia, and Mr. C. F. Griffin from
tvannah, spent several days with
teir home folks here not long ago.
Mr. Joe R. Griffin who has been con
ied to his room for five weeks or more
improving a littie.
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Kolb of Privateer
>ent Sunday at the home of Mrs. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawreace Barwick of
axville spent Sunday in towa. -
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Brailsford and
Lildren have returned to their home
L Hampton, Ave., after a two weeks
&y with relatives at McClellanville.
Notice to Creditors.
istrict Court of the United States,
District of South Carolina.
i the matter of
Summerton- Mercantile Co., Clar
idon County, Bankrupt.
To the Creditors of the above
Take notice that on the 20th -day
March, 1915, -the above named
tnkrupt filed his petition in- said
urt praying the confirmation of
ie composition heretofore offered
id accepted, and that a hearing
as tehereupon ordered and will be
rd upon said petition on the. 2nd
ry of A pril 19I5, before sai-d Court.
Charleston, in said District, at' 11
cloeck in the forenoon, at which
use and place all known creditors
id other persouns in interest may
pear and showecause, if any they
e ve, why the prayer of said petition
ould not he granted.
RIGHARD W. HUTSON,
Justitake apeep at our window dis
sy of nobby Suits, Coats and Patnts.
-ices to pwase all from $10.45 to $16 50
seph M. Chandler. The Men's and
ys' Outfitter, 16 S. Main street.