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Publishes All County and Town Of.
Q ANNING. S. C., JULY 14, 1915
Horses, Cattle and Hogs.
Panacea makes bens lay
and poultry healthy.
Instant Louse Killer kills
lice, fleas and ticks.
Give it a fair trial accord
ing to directions and if not
satisfactory your money re
"Everything Good to Eat."
Give us your job work.
McLaurin speaks at Trinity Friday.
The tobacco warehouses open on
Read the ad.. of Clark's Warehouse
in this issue.
Miss Moses of Sumter is visiting Mrs.
T. M. Monzon.
Read the ad., of Cothran's ware
house in this issue.
Mr. W. B. Dickson of Fair Bluff, N.
C., is visiting in town.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Katzoff have return
ed from Wrightsville.
Mr. B. Pressley Barron of Columbia
visited Manning last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Young of Char
leston are visiting in Manning.
We call special attention to the ad.,
of Joseph M. Chandler in this issue.
Go to Trinity Friday and hear Mc
Laurin explain the warehouse system.
Road the ad., of the D. J. Chandler
(lot hing Co., and when in Sumter give
them a call.
Remember Hon. John L. McLaurin
will address the farmers at Trinity
On account of lack of space we are
forced to leave out some good commun
ications this week.
All of the warehouses in Manning
were represented at the convention
held in Florence Saturday.
Misses Lee and Nellie Halley, came
home last night from Charleston,
'where they spent the past week.
Died last Saturday at Pinewood, Mr.
John W. Ardis, aged 78 years. TheI
deceased was a good citizen and leaves
a large family connection.
The Annual Farmers' Rally will be
held at Trinity next Friday the 16th.
Everybody is invited. Hon. John L.
McLaurin will be the principal speaker
A woman was kicked on the chin by
a mule, causing her to bite off the end
of her tongue, and her husband several
timw since refused the offer of $1,000
for the mule.
The members of the Home Lake
Fishing Club are requested to meet
next Saturday at 10 o'clock In the
grand jury room. Important business to
Mr. Evander Kirby, 87 years old,
was found dead in his bed last Wednes
day morning at his home about four
mi'les from Olanta Bis death was
from natural causes.
Having been granted a vacation,
Rev. G. P. Watson leaves this week
for Sullivan's Island, where he will
spend a portion of his vacation. His
address will be Atlanticville, S. C.,
care "The White House."
Last Monday morning while cutting
tobacco sticks on the branch near his
home, Mr. H. P. Newton came upon a
huge rattlesnake about six feet long
which had eight rattles. Mr. Newton
captured the snake alive and unhurt.
Anyone wishing to see it call Newton
Bros. at Brewington.
A store occupied by E.S. DesChamps
and owned by Shaw and Plowden was
burned at New Zion on Saturday night.
The store was a large one and heavy
loss was inflicted on both the owners
and tenants. It is thought that the
store was robbed and that it was later
set on fire to hide the robbery.
Tuesday night during a rain fall and
electric storm. a negro named Grant
Conyers, was struck by lightning and
instantly killed on Mr. T. H. Gentry
plantation a few miles from Summer
ton. From reports it seems Conyers.
had just reached the house, and as he
started in at the door he was killed,
very little if any damage was done to
Yesterday afternoon Mr. Dan E.
Hydrick of'Spartanburg and M iss Bes
sie Harvin' youngest daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. C. R. Harvin, went over to
Sumter in an automobile and were
quietly married. They immediately
let for their future home in Spartan.
burg county. Mr. Sam Barron and
Miss Corine Barfield accompanied
them to Sumter.
It is mighty mean to patronize a
merchant who will trust you until you
get so far in debt to him that you are
ashamed to see him, and then go and
spend your cash somewhere else: and
9 where you could not get credit; but
there are people who do it. The hon
orable way would be to spend your
cach with the merchant who trusted
you, even if you never expected to
square up the old account.
About all you hear from some people
are criticisms. No matter how great
the speaker, how famous the orator or
how earnest the worker, they see noth
ing but blemishes, discrepencies and
irregularities. They behold no good
ness or greatness in any thing but
themselves. Good for them, but the
world, too, that the Lord doesn't photo
graph the interior of their carcass, and
with the great stereoscope of heaven
flash it on canvas to the gaze of the
public. We are spared an awful sight.
AFor Rent-New House as soon as
finished, which will be about August
fir. W P. Tewo.
While trying to puil a political stunt I
on Candidate DuRlant last Saturday,
the would-be sharper got the worst of
of the bargain. This chap entered Mr.
DuRant's office holding his face, as if
he were sufferine agony, and wanted'
to get a half dollar to have his tooth e
extracted. Mr. DuRant being quite i
shrewd himself, gave him an order to
Dr. Cole, whose ofiice is in the same;
building, and told him to pull the fel- r
low's tooth. Of course, the pleasure
was all Dr. Cole's, and he did the job I
up right. When the sharper found b
that he wasn't to get the cash, he de-j,
cided the tooth had quit hurting, but Id
rather than be caught up with, he'h
submitted to the ordeal, and he is now
minus a good tooth and no. money to
show for his folly. c
It wasn't a Missouri editor but a
printer's devil who was going through
his first experience on "making up" b
forms. The paner was late and the E
boy got the galleys mixed. The first
part of the obituary notice of a promi
neat citizen had been dumped in the
forms and the next handful of type
came off of a galley describing a recent
fire. It read like this: "The Pall E
bearers lowered the body to the grave
and as it was consigned to the flames
there were few if any regrets, for the
old wreck had been an eyesore to the
town for years. Of course, there was N
individual loss, but that was fully cov- 0o
ered by insurance." The widow a
thinks the editor wrote the obituary ft
that way because the lamented partner si
of her joys and sorrows owed him five a
years subscription. t
A Good Womaa Gone to Her Reward. 0
Dit d Monday afternoon about four d
o'clock at the hospital in:Sumter, Mrs- h
Janie Jenkinson Clark, wife of Mr. R.
D. Clark, of Manninr, aged 42 years- h
Mrs. Clark was an every day Chris- bi
tian. The beautifying influences of a h,
pure religion were spread over a life t
and character as spotless and charming T
as was ever possessed by any of the G
noble women who have lived and died 0,
luring the ages that are gone. As iu
uch a life was a blessing and benefac
tor to all within the sphere of its in-:
uence, so is the death of sueh a one a
public misfortune, as well as an irrepar
able loss to the home circle made deso
late by her departure. It. is difficult to
pay a fitting tribute to the memory of:
so noble a woman-one whose every S.
lay life was embellished by the charm
ing and lovable attributes f her sex.
A, perfect lady at all times -under all le
aircumstances, she seemed born to in- U1
pire the love and respect of all who e
were so fortunate as to be acquainted S.
with her. No one was more willing to d
aid the suffering. cheer the despondent ct
ustain the weak and to throw over
he frailties of our race the mantle of b(
hristian charity. -
Everything was done that the untir- M
ing skill and watchful care of conscien- di
Aious, painstaking physicians could do, vi
but love and skill were equally of no p
vail. The great destroyer had placed it
his signet on her brow and today, sc
bundreds who loved her living, mourn la
ber dead. The funeral services were ca
held yesterday, and was conducted by nq
ber pastor, Rev. G. P. Watson. The st
interment was in the Manning ceme
ery. The deceased leaves three chil- U
Iren and her husband, besides a moth- n1
er and several brothers who
ave our heartfelt sympathy, in ts
his, their hour of bereavement. So m
.his life has passed into the joy of her
[rd, the memory of her life must t
prove a perpetual inspiration. ai
Notice is hereby given, that pursu
tnt to authority vested in the under- ai
signed by Hon. R. M. McCown, Secre- ti
tary of State, constituting them as a d
Board of Corporators, the B~ooks of Bub te
cription to the capital stock of The
Black River Cypress Lumber Company
a corporation to be organized under
:be laws of the St~ato" of South Caro
ina, will be open at the law office of
Purdy & O'Bryan, in the town of Man- f
ing, South Carolina, on Thursday
luly 15, 1915 at 11 o'clock in the fore- b
The proposed corporation to have a
epital stock of Two Hundred and -
'ifty-Thousand Dollars. divided into
2500 shares, each3 of the par value of
One Hundred Dollars.
C. P GABLE. s<
S. OLIVER O'BRYA N. 13
Board of Corporators. n
Manning, S. C., July 12. 1915. e
be Gldning That Dse Nt AufsetThe Hsa ~
becuse of Its tonic and laxative efect. LAXA- I
rvE BROMO QtnNINE Is better than ordinary ti
Quinine and does not cause aervousness nor t
inging In head. Remember the foln name and
ook for the signature of E. W. GROVR. 25c.
I appreciate your 1
years and feel that
please my customers
A full corps of buyers
market, and I think
will sell well.
I want to urge the fa
bacco get ripe, for
green tobacco are nc
BRING IN YOUR
RD D. CLARK. Prop.
Some Bait This Is.
That necessity is mother of inven
ions has recently been fully demon,
trated by Manning's champion Bream
sherman. Last year bait was scarce
Ud the gentleman of whom we write,
mployed some men to dig a bushel o
arth-worms. He put these worms ic
big box that he had partly filled with
ich dirt. Then he borrowed four tin
7om his racing Brush automobile. and
ad these tires ground line on Maj.
,esesne's electric meat cutter, which
y the way grinds lot. of "rubber."
'hen he mixed this rubber with the
irt in the worm box. and as the worms
ad eaten and digested the rubber some
f them can stretch 27 inches and snap
ke a rubber band. The fisherman
aims that no Bream can possibly
eal his bait again, and that when the
ook fails to catch the fish, this new
orm acting on the principle of a rub
er band often snaps back and hits Mr.
ream on the nose and all the fisher
an has to do then is to string the fish
bile it is stunned. Our champion is
ry busy at present. but in the near
ature expects to have sufficient leisure
me to enable him to catch enough
ream to feed the town. G
Death of Mrs Nell Buddin.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
ell Buddin, will regreat to learn that
2 the 5th of July, Mrs. Nell Buddin
ssed out of her suffering into peace
il rest. she was confined to her bed
x weeks with typhoid fever, she was
patient. sufferer and was thought
> be getting along better until a few
urs before she died. eyervthing that
)uld be done for her was done, but it
as her time to go, she has paid the
bt that we have all got to pay. She
3d been married only five months and
renty-four days. She leaves to mourn
!r loss, her father and mother, two
others and five sisters, and a loving
isband. She was the youngest daugh
r of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Player.
he funeral services was held at Pine
rove church Tuesday morning at 10
Dlock wit Rev. P. K Rhode officiat
A precious one from us has gone
A voice we loved is still
A place is vacant in our home
Which never can be filled.
A cousin-Olivia Player.
M. Pierson Seriously Injured by L. D. Tis
dale at Sumter.
In a difficulty resulting from an al
-ed dispute concerning a debt or fail
-e to allow credit. S. M. Pierson was
riously cut by Louis D. Tisdale, W.
Tisdale, the father of Louis D. Tis
de, was also concerned in the diffi
No eye witnesses to the affair could
found this morning, but according
reports Mr. Pierson and the elder
r. Tisdale got in a tight following a
spute and during the encounter
oung Tisdale ran up and cut Mr.
ierson. The cut was in the side and
was at first thought that Mr. Pier
n was dangerously wounded. It was
ter found that his weakness was
used by the loss of blood and he was
>t in as'serious condition as at first
pposed. This morning Mr. W. G.
ierson, a brother, stated that he was
t considered to be seriously injured
- in danger.
After the cutting Mr. Pierson was
ken to the Toumey Hospital for treat
ent and he is still at that place. The
essrs. Tisdale left for their home in
ie country, several miles from town
id were not arrested. It is stated
tat Mr. Pierson had refused to give
-edit to the Tisdale's for some binding
rine and this started the trouble.
Mr. Pierson is formerly of Clarendon
ad has many friends and relatives in
e Salem section. He has been con
acting a live stock business in Sum
r for a great many years.
Mioney to Lend.
I am in a position to handle loans on
rm lands from Two Thousand to Five
housand Dollars, on liberal terms,
it the segurity must be gilt edge in
S. OLIVER O'BRYAN.
Tired, Aching Muscles Relieved.
Hard work, over-exertion, mean stiff
>e muscles. Sloan's Liniment light
Sapplied, a little quiet, and your sore
ass disappears like magic. "Nothing
rer helped like your Sloan's Liniment
can never thank you enough," writes
te grateful user. Stops suffering,
rhes and pains. An excellent counter
-ritant, better and cleaner than mus
rd. All Druggists, 25c. Get a bottle
day. Penetrates without rubbing.
patronage of past
I will be able to
, representing the
will be on our
good, ripe tobacco
rmers to their to
the prospects for
>w, as always, poor.
Manning. S. C.
Interest in the meetings being hi
by Dr. Allen Fort at the Bapt
church is unabated. The largest c<
gregations that have ever assembled
the Baptist church are attending I
services. The main auditorium is et
fortably filled at the morning hot
while the evening congregations J
both the auditorium and the large St
day School room as well. At least
thousand people must have heard I
Fort's sermon on Sunday evening: i
only was every available place occ
pied in the building, but large nuo
bers gathered outside sitting in chai:
buggies and automobiles. Dr. For
voice is clear and strong, and the
outside had no trouble in hearing hi
Dr. Fort has made a profound ai
lasting impression upon our commui
tv. His sermons are heart searchin
conscience gripping, oud soul compe
ing. He gives evidence of great fam
iaritv with the Bible. and preaches i
messages with remarkable power. TI
Times voices the sentiments of t!
many hundreds who have heard hi
in saying that we are glad indeed th
he had come among us.
Including the service last nigt
twenty three have been received in
the membership of the Baptist chure
Many others are interested, and it
expecteo that before the meeting ck
es this number will be considerably i
Dr. Fort will Speak this evening
8:30, tomorrow morning at 11:00. at
tomorrow evening at 8:30. Frids
morning he will leave for his home
Nashville, Tenn., carsying with hi
the good wishes of the large congreg
tions who have enjoyed his preachin
There will be no services at the Ba
tist church on Friday. The usual se
vices Sundoy. The ordinance of Bal
tism will be administered Sunday eve
ing at 8:30.
We Welcome This Corporation.
In another portien of this paper w
be found a notice that the Black Rivi
Cvoress Company is being organize
From the official notice it appea
that this Company is to have a capit
stock of $250,000.00 and it is understo<
that it is to be located near Sardinia.
From the information that we et
obtain, this Company will cut the tir
ber in Dial's Bay, near Turbeville, at
all of the timber in Black Rivo
Swamp in the vicinity of Sardinia.
It is understood that the promote
are Louisana people and are experien
ed saw mill men,
From what we can gather the plat
is to be a large one and will empk
perhaps one thousand people. Wor
is to commence immediateiy, but
will take some time to install machii
ery, erect the necessary buildings ac
get things in running order.
Mr. C. P. Gable, of Donner. La
who has been making all necessary a
rangements here, returned to his hon
Saturday and expects to come bac
within the next few days to 'e.j
work, Mr. Gable is a young mai
has made a success in the saw mi
business and owing to his courteot
manner and fair dealings he has ha
no trouble whatever in obtaining
mill cite and getting the necessat
rights of way from the timber lands 1
the selected location.
This will be one of the largest L
dustries in the County and will be
great benefit to the Salem section i
general, and to Sardinia in particula
With a saw mill this size the larg
number of people that it will necessa
ily have to employ, must be fed at
provided for and the people of Sardi
ia should now prepare themselves
be able to supply the mill employe
with their products, and the merchan
will doubtless, at the proper time, 1
able to supply the demands that wi
be made upon them.
We congratulate the people of Si
dinia in having met with this got
luck as we are sure that it will met
the development of that section at
will largely contribute to the prospe
itv of its citizens.
Santee Summer Assembly-Bethel Churc
Sumter County, July 26-30.
With your permission I desire to ci
the attention of a great many of yoi
readers, who will be interested, to tl
Santee Summer Assembly to be he
this year at Bethel Church, one mit
from Privateer station on A. C L ri
road, and eight miles Soufh-west. fre
Sumter. The date of meeting will1
This Assembly has been held a
nualy at Bethel church for sever
years. It has afforded a splendid o
portunity for the people far and wit
to meet for social pleasure and rehi
ius instruction. The program h:
always been of a highy order. Th
year is to be no exception, as an exce
tionally fine program is now being a
ranged and will appear in a few da.1
The hours of meeting will be as fc
lows: Morning, 10:30-12:30; Afternoo
56; Evening, 8:30-10. Many peop
will come prepared to spend the afte
noon on the grounds and thus eny
the opportunity of mingling togeth
in a social way.
Tents will be provided for all from
distance who desire to occupy ther
This has been one of the at tractions;
past sessions. All tenters will be furi
ished with meals close by and ar.
cost. All who desire the use of tee
should notify Rev. Win. Haynsworti
Sumter, R. F. D., without delay. a
who have tents will please inform hir
He should also have names and date
arrival of visitors wvho come on train
Bethel may be reached from Sumnte
Privateer, or Tindal.
For many who desire and need a fe
days outing, and who are not tinanc
ally able to go far from home, the A
sembly affords a splendid substitut
Bethel place and community is beaut
ful and delightful, no more hospitab
people are to be found any where.
is hoped that the people of Sumter at
Clarendon Counties will attend in lark
numbers. Those further away will r
ceive a cordial welcome. Look f<
program m a few days.
STATE OF SOUTH OAROLUNI
County of Clarendon.
John Brailsford and Henry Inman:
and Kinner Montgomery Company
John Brailsford and Henry Inman. D
Under and by Virtue of an Executi
in the above stateu eases, I have levi(
on and will sell to the highest bidde
for cash, at the court house in Mal
ning, on Nonday, the 2nd day
August, 1915, the following real estat
"All that parcel, piece or tract
land lying, being and situate in Sot
merton, Clarendon county and Stat
aforesaid, containing three thousac
eight hundred and fifty feet (3830 feet
measuring thirty- five feet on aa
Street, and one hundred and ten fe
on Churcth Street and bounded as ft
lows: On the North by Main Strr
on the WVest by Church Street, on t
South by lands of Peter Chewnin;
and on the East by lands of Pet,
"All that certain piece, parcel or h
of 'and, lying, being and situate in rI
town of Summnerton. Clarendon Count
and State aforesaid, containing .34
an acre more or less, an]l having ti
following lines antd distances. C
Dukes street a frot of 152 feet, a:
running back from the Street 242 fee
and bounding aud butting as follow
On the West and Norh I by h'.nds
the Grantors and on the East by Duk
Streets and South by lot of Mirs. Fa
nie Alice Walker.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
E. B. GA MBLE,
-ld To him whose feet, in circles wand
m- Have missed the path and purposes
sis Who gets no wisdoimn from it, im:
Im empty creeds,
ir, Nor comfort from its cold philosophi
ill Whose house of life was built upor
a An] in whosc heart ther.- d Is
)r. ghostly shapes
ot. Which come to inhabit ruinusz and
n-! For aye the wr.Lth of .Iemor.\: th
,'s No wish to live again- he only long
re |or rest.
m .\h, tell nmC-wh:1L is rest? If lif(
id lie after all, an urconcluded st orv,
- And if that fitutre chaptershaill dipe
On this poor. brief synopsis, to illu
Its final meaning, if the characters
Which throng its pages here sthalI si
U etain each conscious thlought.
ieWhen the vast scene is changed,
e nd shifted there-if their same f
E Shall still survive, and memor
Again reflect each unforgotten seen(
t 1ach fatal field that marked the ov
i Of earthly Joy and Peace--will 0
a- From out the Abode of Silence we w(
at Summoned we know not why-m<
id than the leaf
,y Which April winds have shaken fr<
in its cell
m And to the same abode we will retn
a- The blade of grass, that waked
. beauty when
p- The voice of Summer called, to-day
>- Its interrupted sleep, and so shal- v:e
n- 3ut from its seed other green blac
When other Summers call, and ti
Life's Immortality. The Individual
Al Is but a fragment rom the meteor
r Of ever-wheeling life-a spark thro,
rs To die and be forgot. But in the ha
il Of Immemorial Silence there is spre
>d A bed for each, and o'er the anciE
.n Which men call Death, is writt
2- Eternal Rest.
Eternal Rest: Thy dulcet, soothi
Speaks to the weary soul in sweel
Than lullabies that fall from mothe
i E'er spoke to dreaming infancy. T
Laid on the throbbing brow of eartl
Lulls to divinersleep than ever wrapp
The sybarite upon its downy bed;
And from tby chambers is exhaled t
Of everlasting, compensating Peace.
k The friendless and the outcast come
, And find a welcome; pillowed on t
Sorrow shall cease to mourn, and d
y Lament no more the phantasies
The sick, and all the incurable of ear
a Shall seek thee out at last, and ea
n shall feel
r- The benison of thy touch: thy gen
Of1.5 Sitsn fo
'd 1ade00 Schsloss
18.510 Suits for
.12.00 Suits for
221.50 Suits for
231.00 Suits for
27.00 Suits for
r 300 and $3.50 at...
85.00 Bostonian at.. ..
No goods che
iiI Men's an(
Shall lift to their pale lips a swceter
Than opiate or wine: who drinks of
May wake again-but on :hy dreamba sS
There is tic) wak ing--Thre Forgtfil
0 11 noiseless w ing shal; eone, and with
I is tonuch
se-al Up ,t Se. mortal sn:and Memn
to The priestes of the piast ,hall close
of her depsrted tim p:k. : IC itu In
T0 P.Lar-h no1) more.
nd State of South Carolina
me COUNTY OF CLA RENIJON,
Lil BY .1. M. WINDH AN. PROBATE
WHEREAS, 1, H. Brougzhton
ac made suit to me, to grant him Letters
of Admiristration of the Estate.
y' and effects of Thomas P. Broutrh ton.
I THESE AR: TIlf[EREFORE, to cite
and admonish all and singular the kin
er- dred and creditors of the said
Thomas P. Broughton deceased, that
at they be and appear before me, in the
Court of Probate.to be held at Manninj
re on the 30th day of July next, after publi
cation hereof,at 11 o'clock in the fore
ne noon to show cause, if any they have,
why the said Administration should not
>m be granted.
Given under my hand this, 12th, day
rn of July A. D. 1915.
in [S:AL.] JA1ES M. WINDIAM.
Judge of Probzate.
' s STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIN A
County of Clarendon,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
J. W. Broadway, Plaintiff,
ad Florence Caldwell, Ida Georgia, Lou
nt Jackson, Rosa Caldwell, Gracie Cald
well. Charlotte Caldwell, Wilhemeta
,en Caldwell, Croswell Caldwell and G. T.
ng UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
Judgment Order of the Court of
er Common Pleas, in the above stated
action to me directed, bearing date of
rs May 26-h, 1915, I will sell at public
auction, to the highest bidder for cash
by at Clarendon court house at Manning
in said county, within the legal hours
ly for judicial sales, on Monday, the
2nd day of August, 1915, being sales
ed day, the following described real es
he All that piece, parcel or tract of land
being and situated in the Town of Sum
merton, Clarendon County and State
to aforesaid, measuring 100.3 feet on av
enue B. and bounded as follows: On
by the Nerth by lands now or formerly of
A. Plumer Burgess: on the East by lot
of Edward James; on the South by av
ull enue B., and on the West by lot of
William Witherspoon. The same be
ing lot No. 2 on avenue B.. as shown
o by plat of same made by H. Canty,
Surveyor, dated May 1905, reference
-th being thereunto had.
h Purchaser to pay for papers.
E. B. GAMBLE,
0e Sheriff Clarendon County
's Suits, Coats and Pants, N
Beach~Suits and Odd Palm
Bros. & Co., and other good
COATS MEN'S O[
S. $2.50 Coins
$7-50 3.00 G~oinl
9.40 3.50 Goina
11.25 4.00 Goin~
12.40 4 50 Going
13.90 - 0 Gon
16.90 .5 0 Goin4
18.75 6.50 Goint.
20.03 7.50 Goin~
Several (Jdd Lots to close out at;
........ ...... ... 1.97
...... .... .... ...3.65 21
Clapp Oxfords $5.
rged at above pric
to 88-OU 00 1l018
i Boy's Outfitte:
TO MY FRIENDS AND PATRONS:
I wish to say the Central Tobacco Warehouse is now
complete. I have a much larger and better arranged
House than last year. In fact, I think I have the best
Tobacco Warehouse in the town. We were very careful
to have it well lighted and conveniently arranged in
every respect to suit the farmer and buyer. 1 am located
on back of Levi Block, just one-half block from banks.
and the stores also are within only a stones throw from
me. I have ample stable room for your horses I have
the use of F. C. Thomas' large: handsome ar.d conven
iently arrangep brick sale ana feed stables. We have
plenty of artesian water which I have also put back of
my warehouse. I also have the use of the stalls in Levi's
lot for horses. So you see from the house and stable
standpoint I am well fixed.
I wish to say that Mr. Jack Lea, of Durham, N. C.,
is with again in the capacity of book man. Mr. Lea is an
artist in his line, and will serve you in a manner that cer
tainly will meet your approval. I wish further to say
that I make the tobacco business my exclusive business
the year around, and I have had twenty years experience
in handling the South Carolina tobacco. I do not say I
know more about tobacco than anybody etse in this State
but will leave it to my friends to judge whether or not I
am in a position to serve them well. I shall do my own
auctioneering again as I think 1 know from past experi
ence how to please my customers in this line of work. I
have served this line for fifteen or sixteen years. When
you get ready to bring your tobacco come to see me, as I
am Yours to serve,
R. D. COTHRAN, Prop. Manning, S. C.
Len's Odd Pants, Boy's Knee Pants. 10 Per
Beach Pants. Nobby styles to select from,
makes. Be on time at 8 A. M. Saturday be
D PANTS. BOYS' KNEE SUITS.
at $1.90$3.00 Suits at $2.25
at 8.03.50 Suits at 2.65
at 2.23 4.0~0 Suits at 3.00
at 2.63 4.50 Suits at 3.40
5.00 Suits at 3.73
at. 3.00 5.50 Suits at 4.15
at 3.40 6.50 Suits at 4.90
at 3.75 7.30 Suits at 6.40
at .3 PALM BEACH SUITS.
at 4.90 $7. 50-10 per cent off now $6.73
at .908.00-10 per cent off now 7.20
at 6.40 8.50-10 per cent off now 7.63
L BARGAIN if we have your size.
4.00 and $5.00 Crawford at........... .. .... ..- 2S
Pair Ladies' $2.50 and $3 for ................-. S0
50-Same old p)rice.
es, With best wishes and hoping
Yours to please,
r 16 S Mnain St, Sumter.