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5IANNING, S. C., AUG. 4, 1915
FIVE POUND BAGS
"Everything Good to Eat."
Tue Wreck Storeof Sumter has beei
Rev. Watson has returned hom
from his vacation on the Islahd.
It is a wise child that goes out of th
room to laugh when the old man Was
es his thumb.
Mr. Joe Plowden, of Rochester, -
Y., visited his father, Mr. H. D. Plo,
den, last week.
Mrs. Dan Hydrick, nee, Miss BeS
Harvin, of Spartanburg is visiting re
atives in Manning.
Rev. J. A. Ansley has 'returned froz
Scranton. where he has been assistin
in a revival meeting.
- Mr. Howard Green of Turbeville, loe
bis tobacco barn and contents by fir
last week. The loss is about $400.00.
Fire damaged the handsome jeweIr
store of L. W. Folsom in Sumter Moz
night. The loss is estimated at abou
Mrs. Gordan Belser and children c
Columbia are visiting Mrs. Belser
parents in town, J dge and -Mrs Job
Mrs; W. T. Lesesne left Saturda
for Richmond, Va.. where she will an
dergo what is feared, a most seriou
Died last Thursday near Sumter th
two year old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. 1
Bradham, and was buried .at Hom
Mr. 5.1.. Huggins, proprietor of th
5-10-250 Store, will leave tomorrow fc
New York to phs goods for thi
well known establishm'ent.
Mrq. M. L Barnett, Miss Annie Lor
yea and Mr. Isac M. Loryea, left Mon
day for Pasgah TForest, N. C., wher,
-they will spend the rest of the summner
Mr. D. Hihmhann has just return
ed from the northern markets where
he went to look over the fall styles an<
spleet seime big bargains for his custe
Mr. Fred Lesesne has resigned hi
position as bookkeeper for the Lei
Mercantile Co., and is succeeded b;
Mr. Frank E. Barromr We undereland
Mr. Lesesne will take up the studyca
"Will you please Insert this obituar
notice?" asked an old gentleman of oni
editor. "I make .bold to ask it becaus
the deceased ha$ a great many friend
here who would be glad to hear of hi
Christian Endeavor at Presbyterial
church Sunday at 8 p. m. Sudject
Temperance. Good program promise<
All members of congregation, and an;
others who will, cordially invited to at
tend this meeting.
The following inscription was place
on the coffin of Charles Becker *h~
was electrocnted in New York las
Friday: "Charles Becker, mtirdere
July 30, by Governor Whitman." Late
the authorities had the plate removei
Mr. Clark of Lexington. has been al
pointed County Demonstration agen1
to succeed Mr. C. A. McFaddin, whoi
now district manager, and startedi
on his new duties last Monday. Mi
Clark is a graduate of Clemson as
comes to Clarendon highly recou
What is the matter with the peopl
of our town getting together? In pal
years that was one of the strone factor1
but of late their has been too mue
dissension, too much silent knockins
Let us cut out that kind of business
town, like a house, divided agains
itself must fall, it will make us all fe<
.better to work together.
If you are superstitious about ti
number 13 you had better give us yor
quarter dollars. for on each one at
13 stars 13 letters in the scroll of tI
eagle's beak,. 13 leaves on the olis
branch, 13 arrow heads and 13 lettei
in the words "quarter dollar." Now 11
not safe to keep them so just brin
them in and get credit on your Time
for the full amount.
In walking through the cemeter
last Sunday afternoon we noticed tI
magnificient iron fence that the ladi<
of the civic league worked so bardi
build, is rusting badly, and needs
coat of paint to preserve it. We
not know what the cost would be, bi
If the ladies will have this done, i
will start them off with a contributic
of $5 00, also any other aid we can.
A girl graduate thus described ti
manner in which a goat butted a 1x
out~of the yard: "He hurled the pr
vious end of his anatomy against ti
bov's afterwards with an earnestuet
an'd velocity which, backed try ti
ponderosity of the goat's averdupoi
imported a momentum that was not rt
laxed until he had landed on ter
firma beyond the pale of the goat
A lady who understands advertisii
says: No lady wishes to be looked upi
as a shopping fiend; she does not ca
to go into a store and have a mereha
show all his stock in order to find c
whether he keeps what she wishes
purchase and whether the article
sold at aprice she can afford. It
much easier and pleasanter to Io
through the advertisements of a pap
than it is to bore the clerks and was
her own time. Next to the local ne
items, the advertisements in a paj
stating articles for sale with pric<
will keep much of the money that gc
There are just a few who have per
4 mitted their subscriptions to lag be
hind. Don't do it You will die one
of these fine days and your family will
f. want a colunu obituary published free,
and then your diughter is soon to be
married and you will expect your home
paper to give her an Alice Roosevelt
write-up, and all free. It always p.ays.
to be prompt in paying your subscript
ion to the local paper.
Even the undertaker, who has tle
saddest of all professions, meets with
something funny in his work, as is il
lustrated by an incident which hap
pened in town last week. The under
taker was called by telephone late one
night and asked to make immediate
preparations for the receipt and burial
of a body. He declined to move at
that time of night, but stated that he
would be at his place of business early
the - next, morning. According to
agreement, he met the party and ar
rangements were made for receiving
the body on a morning train and dis
posing of it. Imagine his surprise
when, a few minutes before leaving
for the station to meet the train, he
received a telegram as follows: "Don't
meet corpse. She ain't dead yet."
Here are a few testimonials for pat
ent medicine men: "I have ibeen un
able to walk with cratches for many
years, but after using your medicine (
ran for office." "I lost my eyesight
four years ago. I ased a bottle of your
eye wash and I saw wood." "I have
been dumb ever since I was married,
but the other day, after taking your
remedy I had a speaking likeness tak
en at the photographers." "Some
time ago I lost the use of both arms.
Shortly after buying a bottle of your
nerve tonic I struck a man for ten
ldolars." "I had been deaf for many
years, but after using your ointment I
heard my aunt had died and left me
Mary had a little lamb, its fleece was
e white as snow; it strayed away one day
b where lambs should never go. And
Mary sat her quickly down and tears
streamed from her eyes; she never
found the lamb because she never ad
vertise. And Mary bada brother John
who kept a village store: he sat him
down and smoked a pipe. and watched
a the open door. And as the people
passed along and did not stop to buy,
John still sat and smoked his pipe and
blinked his sleepy eyes. And so the
a sheriff closed him out, but still he ling
ered- near, and Mary came to drop
with him a sympathetic tear. How is
it, sister, can you tell, why other
t merchants here, sell all their goods so
readily and thrive from year to year.
Remenqbering her own bad luck the
little maid replies- "These other fel
lows get there, John, because they ad
During the month of August, the
Epworth League will have charge of
f the evening service at the Methodist
s church, the afternoon service being dis I
n continued. The friends of the young
people are earnestly requested to lend
the encouragement of their presence,
y and thus magnify the devotional ser
I vice of the League.
e IITHE PLACE T(
With sales increasing eal
SSome Sales Made Dui
V L MJustice..220bs. at...
H HGarland..326 bs. at...
. B ERichbourg ..160 lbs. at ...
Walter Graham. .780 lbs. at ...
T M McCutchen..120 lbs. at...
r E ARichbourg...112 lbs. at...
B BMcClary.... 250 lbs. at...
B T ELe....... ..150lbs. at...
SA G Frost...406 lbs. at...
S Jno Abraham....80 lbs. at...
J P Gibbons..402 lbs. at...
J P GIbbons...02 lbs. at....
SE LFairy. .272 bs. at....
-V B Huggins..264 lbs. at....
S. V B Huggins..240 lbs. at....
y H B Hamrngton..318 lbs. at....
--R T Harrington. .380 lbs. at...
J H Johnson..222 lbs. at...
M LDuBoe.... 224 lbs. at...
dT M McFaddin. .250 lbs. at. .
SJ EJLee.. ......460 bs. at..
tS J Timmons. . ..196 lbs. at...
d O PJehnson..206 lbs. at ..
r F L Morris..130 lbs. at...
F L Morris. 132 lbs. at...
J L Gibbons..900 lbs. at...
E RArd...282 bs. at....
L Rose ........290 lbs. at,..
L Rose.... ...120 bs. at..
nM L Locklear...130 lbs. at ...
M LLocklear... 80Olbs. at ...
jM L Locklear... 60 lbs. at....
T H Locklear... 30 lbs. at...
T H Locklear.. .160 lbs. r.t....
J WBeard..264ls. at. ..
e S DPowell..552 lbs. at....
tM M McFaddin 166 lbs. at....
T MMcFaddin..250 lbs. at....
h E F Coleman.. .154 lbs. at ...
E F.Coleman.... 52 lbs. at....
EF Coleman.... 721lbs. at....
.J M Harrington..207 lbs. at...
1R E Harrington.264 lbs. at ..
H C Wheeler... .284 lbs. at...
Willie Strange. .480 lbs. at,...
eWillie Johnsen. .424 lbs. at...
-eI know South Carolina to
emuch as aniybody can tor yot
Yours for honest dealii
R. D. CLARK. Prop.
Washington, D. D. and reti
sBaltimore, Md. and return.
eAsheville, N. 0. and return
*-Wilmington, N. C. and retu
aWinston-Salem, N. C. and r
's Myrtle Beach, N. C. and re
Saluda, N. C. and return..
Norfolk, Va. and return..
Richmond, Va. and return
re Corresponding low rate
this and other A. C. L. poin
to stination prior to midnight<
is sleeping car reservations, e
1*0 "The Standard Rail
er H.n r]
We were asked this week by a delinq
uent subscriber why we kept on send
ing the payer after the subscription
date had expired. Every weekly news
paper in towns of this size are forced
to do this. Should we stop subscrip
tions when time expires nine times out
of ten the subscr'ber would give us a
'calling down" for insinuating that his
credit was not good R-tther than to
cast a reflection against the honesty of
a subscriber to pay a small debt, it is
next to a necessity for a home paper
to continue sending the paper after
the time has expired. It is not neces
sary for the city dailies or weeklies to
follow this rule, as their subscribers
live at a distance and are not personal
friends as is the case with a majority
of our subscribers. Our subscribers
should deem it an honor to know that
we do not doubt their integrity and con
tinue to send them the paper after
their time has expired. Should any
desire their paper discontinued they
should notify us and remit to date if
they have not already done so.
We wonder why it is so many young
men can be seen loafing upon our streets
until a late hour of night. Many of them
are from our best families. The fathers
of these young men, many of them at
least, are numbered among our best
citizens. If their cow or their horse or
even their private dog was away from
home after dark they would be out on a
search, but their own children can
roam the town alt night with apparent
no effort being made to find them The
boy seems to be turned loose at a tender
age to wander at will into the path of
sin and vice, and then we wonder
where all our tramps and worthless
specimens of humanity come from. It
is a regrettable fact that too many of
them come from seed germinated in
good homes and then sown in a care
less manner upon our streets and back
alleys. Is your boy waisting his life on
our streets? If so, had you not, at least,
look after him as carefully at nightfall
as you would your horse and cow. We
do not intimate that this evil exists to
a greater extent in this community
than in our sister towns, but the evil
seems universal and increases in mag
nitude as the years roll by.
Postposing Old Age.
Overworked, weak or diseased kid
neys make one feel old before middle
age. Rheumatism. aches and pains,
too free perspiration of strone odor and
other sympatoms are warning that the
kidneys need help. Foley Kidney
Pills make the kidneys strong and ac
tive. Dicksons Drug Store.-Ativ.
Sunday School 10:00 a. m. Mr. Jos.
Public worship, 11:00 a. m., conduct
ed by the pastor.
Epworth League, 8:30p. m.
Prayermeeting, Thursday 5:30 p. m.
TRINITY:-Sunday school every
Sunday at 4:00 p. m. Mr. A. M. White
superintendent. Public worship on
the 2nd and 4th Sundays at 5:00 p. m.
conducted by the pastor.
The public is cordially invited to all
G. P. WATSON,
h day, we are still~ pleasing
ring the Past Week
....... .......10 3.4c
............... 1 -4c
..... . .. ... . ... c.
..... ..........7 1-2c
....... . ..... 734c
... ... .. ... .....71-4c
... ..... ..... ..9 3-4c
.... .......... 73-4c'
................ 7 3-4c
................ 8 -
.. .............7 1-2c
...... .. ... ... ..73-Oe
... ... .. .. ... .. 0 1-4e
... ..... ... ...9 1-2c
.......... ..... 17-4c
........ ...... li3c
bacco and I can get you as
igs and highest prices,
Manning, S. C.
rn.. ... .... ... $10 90
............ 12 90
. . ... . ... .. 7 25
turn... ...... 7 25
turn. ..............6 00
... ... .. ... .. 6 30
... ... .. ... .. 8 50
sto many other points from
ts, final limit to reach de
)f August 29th. For rates,
o., communicate with
road of the South."
ARK, Ticket Agent,I
Manning, . C.
For Sale-Horse, Harness, Pheaton
and Surry, a bargain. Manning Hard
I IBrinz your next load of tobacco to
Cothran He has already knocked
low price out.
Clarence Mathis sold 280 lbs tobacco
at 13 14. He knew where to sell.
Sell with Cothran at New Central
Tobacco Warehouse, on Levi block.
Let Cothran sell your tobacco, he will
get it if it can be had.
Tom Kennedy found high prices at
Clark's Tobacco W.,rehouse. On Mon
day be sold 240 lbs at 10 1-2.
Cothran pulls and Coleman pushes
and we are sure to get the price.
Say boy, has you been to see Mr.
Cothran yet? Yes ise been last week
and is'e certainly gwine again to this
Clark's Warehouse is the place
where every man is treated right.
Carry your tobacco there.
Cothran can talk all day and not eet
Cothran makes his living by talking
over your tobacco.
Cothran is looking for you this week.
Get with the satisfied crowd and sell
Cothran your tobacco.
Why are the big sales at Clark's
Warebouse? Because everybody gets
a square deal.
Cothran has to know tobacco, he is
following the business the year around
Bring your tobacco to the Central
Warehouse on Levi block. Cothran is
expecting you this week.
Sell your tobacco with Cothran the
man that lost his hair in fighting and
whipping low price.
Clark's Warehouse for the highest
prices for your tobabeco and honest
dealings with everybody.
Of course is'e gwine to sell with
Cothran, dis man loves to talk for old
boss and poor nigger.
Say low price. you are a fool to get
in front of Central Warehouse, 42 Cen
ter Meter Gun.
G. A. Gardner, sold at Central, 554
lbs of sand lugs at 6 1-5c.
J. S. Tobias sold sand lugs with Coth
ran for 6 7-5.
Carry your next load of tobacco to
R. D. Clark, and you will go lacme
with a fat pocket book.
Wade Harvin sold sand lugs for $7.25
Wilson Reed sold sand lugs for $7.75
W. J. Henry brought his tobacco to
Central and got $7.50.
S. B. Burgess sold first curing with
Cothran. and got $86.75.
T. E. Graham sold with Cothran, a
curing for 8.00.
Manning-Best tobacco market in
Wallace Williams sold sand lugs at
7.00, Cothran did it.
W. T. Thomas sold sand lugs at $8.75
Cothran got it for him.
M. W. Graham sold with Cothran a
curing for 8.00 per hundred.
Leon McFaddin sold his sand lugs
with Cothiran for $8.75.
W. M. Davis was one of the lucky
ones this week, he got 8.00 with Coth
J. M. Cooper's sand lugs brought
him 8.00 at Cothran's.
All tobacco sold at Cothrans up to
date were sand logs.
Your Cough Cas be Stopped.
Using care to avoid draughts, ex
posure, sudden changes, and tar ing a
treatment of Dr. King's New Discov
ry, will positively relieve, and in time
will surely rid you of your Cough Tbe
rst dose soothes the irritation, checks
your Cough, which stops in a short
ime. Dr. King's New Discovery bas
been used successfully for 45 years and
guaranteed to cure you. Money back
if it fails. Get a bottle from y our
Druggist, it costs only a little and will
belp you so much.-Ad v.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Clarendon,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Perry Moses, Plaintiff
Ervin Shorter, J. Allen Shorter, Pat
ton Shorter and Mrs. Binkie E.
NOTICE OF SALE.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
Jndgment Order of the Court of
Common Pleas, in the above stated
action to me directed, bearing date of
February 4, 1915, 1 will sell at public
auction, to the highest bidder for cash
at Clarendon court house at Manning
in said county, within the legal hours
for judicial sales, on Monday, the
6th day of September, 1915,being sales
day, the following described real es
All that piece, parcel or tract of
land, situated in Ciarendon County,
State of South Carolina. containing
eighty-six (86) acres, more or less,
bounded as follows: North and East by
lands now or formerly of Estate of Levi;
South by lands of Nexsen or of Brun
son; and West by lands of Weinberg
and of Dingle.
All the right, title, interest and
estate, vested and contingent, of the
said Ervin Shorter, J. Allen Shorter,
Patton Shorter and Mrs, Binkie E.
Shorter, in and to all the real estate in
Clarendon County, of which Harvey
W. Shorter died seized, the said Har
vey W. Shorter being the husband of
the said Bin kie E. Shorts-r and the
father of the said Ervin Shorter, J.
Allen Shorter and Patton Shorter.
Purchaser to pay fo papBErs
Sheriff Clarendon County
If the people in Man
ning who are in need- of
work done in my line and
especially building tanks
putting down pumps and
all kinds of soldering,
will save money by con
tracting with me direct
ly instead of indirectly.
JOHN P. BELLI
'V0) YV' V VY
Mrs. Walter Vincent,
of Pleasant Hill. N. C.
writes: "For three sum
mers I suffered from
nervousness, d r e a d f u IC
pains in my back and
sides, and weak sinking f
spells. Three bottles of
C a r d u i, the woman's 6
tonic, relieved me entire
ly. I feel like another
The Woman's ToI4
For over 50 years,
Cardui has been helping
to relieve women's un
necessary pains and
building weak women up
to health and strength.
It will do the same for
you, if given a fair trinl.
So, don't wait. but begin
# taking Cardui today. for
its use cannot harm you,
and should surely do you
Harvin, S. C., July 30, 1915.
Special:-Thru the courtesy of Mr.
. . Emanuel, manager of Emanuel
k Co., of Bordan. S. C., this corres
pondent in company with Capt. P. B.
Emanuel. Mr. R. A. Burgess, sales
tgent of the Georgia Chemical Works,
>f Augusta, Ga., and Mr. Charles M.
Emanuel, the proprietor and manager
>f the large farming interests of Eman
iel & Co., was shown over the large
'arms of this progressive concern yes
erday afternoon at Borden. A portion
>f the distance wts covered by auljmc
)ile and the remainder was by feet,
where we saw cotton, corn, peavine
:ay and side crops, the finest for the
easons and the time of. the year the
?arty ever witnessed. Mi. Emanuel has
ractically 400 acres to cotton; 300 acres
o corn; 125 acres to peavine has and
-erman millett, which he and others
ays, makes the finest bay this coun
ry can produce, planting one bushel
f peas and a half bushel of millett
eed to the acre after oats. This cer
espondent can attest from experiences
;hat mules and horses in work season
will eat this hay in preference to the
best t.imothy hay and thrive better. In
Lddition to the above, Mr. Emanuel
is about 50 hhead of the finest hogs
,hat will be prepared for market this
'all. He has already harvested about
L200 bushels of oats, and he has'20
Lcres of wheat which has been thrash
%d and netted him a little over 20 bush
-ls tothe acre. This is ready for mark
sting or milling. He says most prob
bly the latter, when it will be sold to
is trade from his. commodious store
Cotton. -This correspodent saw acres
after acres that will, if seasons are
favorably from now until frost, yield
zot less than a bale of cotton to the
acre, and a number of Mr. Emanual's
:olored crppers have cotton and corn
equally as good as his individual crops.
Done of his colored croppers, Rece Al
laten, has forty acres of cotton that will
yield no less than 50 bales on the forty
Corn. I wen thru sixty acres of this
300 acres and T actually saw some
stalks with eight ears thereon. 0f
course, owing to the dranght from
which all crops in the entire south
bave suffered and are now suffering,
for the precipitation has been next tc
nothing since July 4th, some of these
ears ware not perfectly developed, but
a large majority of this corn had two
and more ears to the stalk. Peas are
planted in all this corn, which in these
avorable lands most always produce
from 4 to 5 bushels of grain to the
Mr. Emanuel is also raising some
stock and has a miscellaneous feature
ao his farm which supplies abundantly
in the way of truck, etc., for the house
bold, with the surplus going to the
bogs and cattle.
The outlook is noi so gloomy at Bor
den, and if anyone anywhere ever had
Soubts as to the afficacy and efficicency
of the miscellany production of the soil
and climate of South Carolina they
ught to journey to the farms of the
Emanuels at Borden and there see for
themselves the actual productivity of
this favored section
Mr. Emanuel has a large lot of land
at Borden and his policy is to improve
it, by putting it free of stumps.
It is a perfect sight to behold and is
an inspiration to any one who is inter
ested in agriculture and kindred pur.
suits. If.the great owners af the spiod
les of this and the old world could see
these lands yielding as they do, I have
no doubt but that they would soon be
convinced that it is a pity to ruin by
inethical precedure on the high seat
and by errors in council such an agri
cultural endeavor as we the people of
the Southern States have in the hap
py persuit of growing cotton.
This trip carried us over Clarendon
and Sumter counties and the crops ih
general are clean of grass, but not at
all up to the usual standard, due en
tirely to-the great reduction in the
quantity ana quality of fertilizers, and
the very unfavorable seasons that have
prevailed in this aection sioce April
12th, excessive rains to July 4th, anda
draught since then.
Mr. J. R. Anderson of Richmond, Va
who by tbe way is in copartnership
with his brother, a corn and wheat
grower in Orange county Virginia,
says that the crops on the Emanual
farms are the finest he has ever seem
at the season, and he has been travel
ling North Carolina, South Cal-olina
and Georgia for the past fourteen
We are all very grateful for' the gen
ial, generous hospitality accorded u:
by this young progressive and success
ful planter, and it is to hoped that oth
ers will emulate his example. B E
Brakeman Was Cured.
F. A. Wootsey, Jacksonvillo. Texas
writes: "I was down with kidney troul
le and rheumatism, had a backache al
the time and was tire-d of liviog.
took Foley Kidney P'il s and was thor
oughly cured." Thousauds have writ
tefl similar letters. Foley Kidney Pill:
are tonic in effect and act. promnptly
Dicksens Drug Store.-Adv.
Is Sickness a Sin?
If not, it's wicked to neulect ines
and means of relief. ft's wicked to en
dure Liver Ills. Headache. Indiges
tion, Constipation when one dose o
Po-Do-Lax gives relief. Pa Do-Lax i
Podophyilin (May Apple.) without thi
gripe. It arouses the Liver, increase
the flow of bile--Natures antiseptic i
the bowels. Your Cohnstipation ani
other ills disappear over-nigbt becausi
IPo-Do-Lax has helped Nature to re
Imove the cause. Get a bottle fron
your Druggist to-day. Get rid of you
tbonstinntinn ove,.niaht.-.A d.
Congressman Richard S. Whaley,
paid this place a pop call on Thursday
of last week, and dined with Mr. W.
Allen, his visit was one of a sociable
nature and all his friends were very
glad to see him, and sorry he could not
stay longer, and he received many in
vitations from his frieuds here to pay
Summerton a longer visit. While here
Mr. Whaley was asked the question
what he-thought about the cotton situ
atiun and he replied "that he had
every confidence in President Wilson,
but personally be believed that cotton
should be snipped to neutral nations,
and protected from interference by
England or any other Country, ana
that he was very hopeful that condi
tions woulo soon brighten up."
The Serean Cible Class of the Sum
merton Baptist Church, gave a delight
ful chicken supper last Friday night at
the beautiful country home of Mr. T.
H. Gentry. The guests of the occasion
were the Berean Class of the Calvary
Baptist church; the'speakers were the
Rev. Williams and Robert Alderman
of Alcoln. and Mr Charlton DuRantl of
Manning, each making an able argu
ment, and had the closest attention of
this large audience. The committees
are due a great deal of sredit for the
excellent way in which they prepared
for the guests, and the expressions of
regret as to the above occasion was by
Mayor Walker, who took sick before
supper was over.
The Wilmington, N. C., basr ball
team, who played a series of three
games here last week. gave the fans of
our town a great deal of pleasure, the
first game was s'nappy Irom the start,
and. it gave the home boys hard work
to win oy the score of 4 to 1. The sec
ond game was won Summerton, after
the score had been tied repeatedly, and
was very interesting from start to
finish. The third game was lost to
Wilmington, on account of Summerton
only having two pitchers, and had
used one in each of the previous games
those of the home boys who played
good ball were Felix Dingle, Capers
James, and Jake Williams.
The Columbia Athletic, will be here
this week for a series of three games,
beginning Wednesday August the 4th.
These doubtless will be the best games
of the season, as Columbia has some of
the best amateur players in the State.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Anderson, Mr.
and Mrs. R. C. RicharJson, Mr. T. H.
Gentry, Dr. Carrigan and seyeral oth
ers left here Tuesday morning by auto
mobiles, for Hendersonville, N. C.,
where they expect to spend some two
Misses Lena Powers and Edna Brown
of Bennettsville, is spen4ing some time
with Mrs. J. H. Dingle.
Messrs. Brailsford and Charlie Vil
lipigue of Camden, spent last week
with relatives and friends in this town
Dr. C. E. Morris has just returned
home after spending two weeks at Mur
rels Inlett, and Pawley Island.
Miss Clara Tenent left here Satur
day morning for Rockville, to attend
the boat races there, and from there N
she goes to Fort Motte, to spend some P
time with her sister, Mrs. W. C. Hane n'
Messrs. George and Joe Joseph, left I:
here Sunday morning for PhiladelDhia o
New York, and Boston on a business 10
Misses Lilie and Annie Douglas, and N
two of their brothers motored from C
Winnsboro one day last week down k
here and are spending some time at t<
the home of Mrs. Wallace Mathis.
Mr. A. W. Fogler, of Easly, was the p
guest Sunday of Capers James. - D
Mr. Esler Brunson who is with the .5
Home Comfort Range people St. Louis C
with head quarters at Rocky Mount, is
here for a months vacation, wish rel
atives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B Hardwick spent
last week at Tarboro, with Mrs. Hard- v
wicks relatives and friends,
Mr. Walter Mathis of Charleston, a
spent Tunday here with his parents
Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Mathis. '
Mr. W. D. Carson, spent several
days last week at Georgetown, and n
Murrels Inlett fishing and returned r
home not feeling so well, caused per
haps from eating too many fish, be a
little more economical next time
Miss Matts Stellings of Charleston,
is the guest this week of Mrs. J. W- si
Rev. M. W. Gordon is at Dalzell this &
week assisting the Rev. Wilder in a
series of meetings, but will return a
time enough for his services here next e
Mr. W. C. Williams, has just com- ft
pleted the remodelling of his residence S
and new has a two story nine room
most conveniently arranged home on '!
East Main St. Mr. J. 3. Wilkie was
the contractor, and left nothing off
that would add to its beauty, even
from the outside appearance.
A colored man named Frank Green,
fell one day last week while knocking
down a scafold at Mr. William's house
and broke his ieg.
Among those who have reported cot
ton, or brought pods of open cotton to
town are: Mathis, Gentry, James and
Miss Essie Rogers Is spending this
week with her friend. Miss Viola Ben
bow in Sumter.
Perhaps there was more fish caught
in the streams and lakes along the
Santee swamps last week than any pre
vious week this year, and had there
been a blue ribbon for the man who
caught the most fish, we do not hesi
tate to say we think Mr. Lawrence
Gedding would have been the winner,
he haying caught in one day 15 large
Gernrian Carpe approximately 150 lbs of
Miss Clair Smith, daughter of ex
Lieutenent Governor Smith of Tim
monsville, is spending this week with
Miss Effie Scarborough. NUB
For Infants and Childen
In Use For Over 30Years
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Clarendon.
By Ja:mes M. Windham, Esq., Judge
Where'ts, Julia Brown, made
suit to me' to grant her Letters of
Ad minist r-ation of the Estate and effects
of Cloase B3rown.
Then Are Therefore, to cite and
admonish atl and singular the kindred
pand ( redit r.4 of the said Cloase
Brown de -e:tsed, and they be and
i appear be-f. re me, in tbe Court of Pro
[bate, to be- held at Manning on the
- 6-h d:ty of August, next, after publi
-cation hereof, att 11 o'clock in the fore
flnoon, to show cause, if any they have,
.why tie sairl Administration should
not lbe g amettd.
Given under my band this 20th day
if July Anno Domini 1915.
J. M. WINDH A M,
Judge of Probate.
Trhe mninal makes it and under the
terms of the CONT1INENTAL MORTr
SGAGE COMPANY you can secure it
at Il per' cent for any legal purpose on
approved real estate. Tee'ms easy. tell
us your wants and we will co-operate
r908-9 MUNSEY BLDG., Baltimore,
toidght, and which had DWW-g saw
as borne the sigM ,4mo
as been made under his -
supervision since its in ef.4
no one to deceive youindt9r= 1,6
and "Just-as-good" are but
t and endanger the healiEa
rience against Experimei tilM
titute for Castor Oil, P 4 nsb
Syrups. It is Pleasan. fdT.
rphine nor other Narcefre aifd
trantee. It destroys Wo&WO-r edl
cures Diarrhoea and W&ikt8'T
Lroubles, cures Constipatib al
stes the Food, regulates thi noius
iealthy and natural sleesdT"
e Mother's Friend.
Signature of ortsv to
~~ -bsords -
TA AWRVS B01tz
fer 30 Years.
- -"> Z "o=
Children's Summer Colds aaol
It is wrong to neglect a cold at say nr
ime because it weakens the systehne -
md lays the sufferer open to attaersd
rom other diseases. Wet feet, suddenita
hanges in temperature and sleepiliadi
incovered at night cause many chbqze
Iren's colds in summer. Foley's Homilw
y and Tar Compound gives sure anclad
rompt relief. Dicksons Drug StorCtda
Take Out The Ashes. I
Uremia is due the-circulation in thA9g
system of poison and waste produc e
hat should be removed from the blo a
y the kidneys. If the ashes are
-emoyed the fire dies and the machinbdt
ry stops. So with the waste productsjd
)f the system. Foley Kidney Pillsisa
elps the kidneys remove waste ma
ier that causes rheumatism, achesian ab
pains, stiff joints and, sore muse
Dicksons Drug Store.-Adv. -
Constipation Causes Most Ills.
Accumulated waste in your thirtyjai
eet of bowels causes absorption ofba,
3oisons, tends to produce fevers, upset%dil
igestion. You belch gas, feel stuffyff9e
rritable, almost cranky. It isn't you-,i
t -your condition. Eliminate thir
poisonous waste by taking one or two-g
Dr. King's New- Life Pills to night.0id
Elnjoy a full, free bowel movement in
,be morning-you feel so grateful. Gego
m original bottle, containing" 36 pills,
from your Druggist today for 25c. 'a
A Medicine Chest For 25c. e
In this chest you have an -excellen sw
-eedy for Toothache, Bruises, Srai ,
tiff Neck, Backache, Neuralgia, Rher /
2matism, and for most emergenciesisib
Dne 25c bottle of Sloan's Linimensis
loes it all-this because these ailmentbuls
ire symptoms, not diseases, and arosit
aused by congestion and infiammatioui
[f yo'.; doubt, ask th'ose who use SloanidI
iniment, or better still, buy a 25c alt
ottle and prove it. All Druggist.-Arrie
Piles'Curedin 6 to14 Days 43 sa
our druggist will refund money if PAZbfaS
DINTMF.NT fails to cure any case of ItchinsE4t C
YWARD AT aa
n low prices. We have beendi roeu
we posted our last bulletin'.T' anuU
.ting in disorder. Our arm~7 ,
'ienced tobacco men, mene0 Tr.
hat know how to fight batmag lr
ctories. Our tobacco buyerse i usifi
ave fought low prices forec
rd fought battles. "
ss beautifully located f f
t low price, I have been~ a a
I made special preperatinxa d~i
thigh. To start out with'
blew away, she took - k)!
r with low price, and l
Warsaw now or secure4l~oit
Black river swamp. Intie~
the best located and .Westos andr
the beautiful city of Ma
e had the house so arrmj;i~g -rA
out of his place of hididgim nms
d put to fight. '*' *s b .ui I
the golden tobacco, b '
acco on the triarket,. .~e f
ful or unmindful of thelck ana
siness and especiaAy tbise m
financial loss she didii"thT' &
ith, we have ralliefi "an '4.
d Manning, and *keep i .en
the best town and tobatcco a or
t we have claimed for .ler~2
'to be, give her your p:Lt. "I
otton and other :erops -to -
taxes her'eand your county''t
reason, should pi'ompt' oi
it we have still,. a. mge
1uld come wit-li youar- m t
t year in prices, and'thn 'ud
n opening sales- W i'd 4 L "&
ely the planeris .~.:Yu ic
~adard of the pennautn v n
r~o Manning, 'ou .will -tind
1 use, up. on Le'fi BkA~,"re
s coliar off figlhtiri&f6 id ; t
y ot put on his fioor to the .
i h nio hair on his hietd.lost'.
w~ price, wyhich he finall
Spossible prices to each [
tbacco on our floor.
Manning, ., C
The Kind YouHave Always I
In use for over 30 years,)
~ and 7h
All Counterfeits, Imitations
Experiments that trifle witt
infants and Children-Expe
What is C
Castoria is a harmless subs
goric, Drops and Soothing ;
contains neither Opium, M<
substance. Its age is its gin
and allays iYeverisyness. It
Colic. It relieves Teething
and FlatUlency. It assimil
Stomach and Bowels, giving
The Children's Panacea-Th
The lIrd You Hai
In Use For 01
"tC CENTAUR COMPANY. '7 MUM
A Popular Verdict.
Based on Evidence ot Manning People. g
Grateful thousands tell it
Of weak backs made strong
Of weak kidneys made well
Urinary disorders corrected.,.
Manning people add their testimony.
They praise Doan's Kidney Pills.
Manning evidence is now complete.
Manning testimony is confirmed.
Reports of early relief substantiated.
Merit doubly proved by test of time.
Let a Manning citizen speak.
Mrs. H. P. Jenkinson, Church St.,
anning, S. C., says: "I sufferea from
6ins in my back. I used Doan's Kid
y Pills as directed and tbey helped
e wonderfully, regulating the action
my kidneys and relieving the misery
my back." (S-atement given Janu
y 30th, 1911.) Over three years later
rs. .Ienkinson said: "I use Doan's
dney Pills occasionally when my
dneys trouble me and they never fail
give me relief."
Price 50e. at all dealers. Don't sim
y ask for a kidney remedy-get
oan's Kidney Pills the same that
rs. Jenkinson had. Foster-Milburn
>., Props.Buff, alo, N. Y.
Two Common Sumer Ailments. ]
Thousands of hay fever and asthma:
.tims who are not able to go to the1
ountains find relief in Foley's Honey
~d Tar Compound. It allays the in.
.mmation, soothes and heals raw and
~sping bronchial tubes and helps to
ercomie difficulty in breathing, and
akes sound, refreshing sleep possible
icksons Drug Store.-Adv.
Sluggish :lver Causes Trouble.
The discomfort and dangers of hot
eather are doubled if the liver is
uaish and the bowels inactive. Fol
Cathartic Tablets are prompt,
holesome and effective in action-with
it griping or pain, if you feel lazy
id languid, bloated or overfull, a Fol
Cathartic Tablet will help you.
out persons welcomne the light and
ee feeling they bring. Dickson Drug
We are still making war o
gaining victories on sales since
We have the enemy still retret
has been reinforced by exper
that know tobacco, and men t
tIes for high prices and gain vi
are old experienced men who
many years, through many Lta
I have my place of busing
the fray, and an old enemy c
fighting him for twenty years.
this year to smite him hip and
this year my old warehouse
wings of the morning, togetbh
Levi Block. She may be in
hidden in the deep recesses of
room and stead I have set up
lighted tobacco warehouse in
ning. Our lights are superb,'a
ed that should low price come
that he could be easily seen ai
Now, friends. that grow
you get ready to put your tob
to Manning, and be not forget
that Manning needs your bt
year after suffering the gre:.t
recent Tornado of May senver
doing what we can to rebuil
standard up to its past record,
market in the State of South
Now, Manning being wha
and being what you know her
ronage, bring your tobacco,
your county seat,you pay your
pride if no other, for no other
in coming to Manning. Bi
substantial reason why you si
bacco. We lead the State las
State this year July 22. '915,
proud of this record, and sur
around the banner and high s
ing town of Manning.
Lead up boys, and come
Cothran at tue Central Ware.
with his sleeves rolled up aid
tobacco bids on each and ever
last ditch. Look for the rnan v
in hard fought battles with 1o
whipped. Our Motto,: HighE
and every man alike that.-puts