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Al County and Town Of
L NI;NGS. C. JAN, 1%, 1916
Per Pound in One
n- "Everything Good to Eat."
Leap Year, and not a weddine yet in
Blanks of all kinds can be had at The
Here's hoping prosperity, don't stum
l and break a le,,.
There will b a total eclipse of the
snon February the third.
Judge John S. Wilson is holding
onrtin Charleston this week.
S bemoon is due to be in partial
ecIpsi on the 19th of this month.
tCorconvenes here Monday the
See jury list in this issue.
The Times editor has a good horse
will sell cheap. If interested see us.
_'Read the town license in this issue
then go over to the clerk and pay
.VQmws acrowd will go to Sumter to
bt'to see, "When Dreams Come
When wanting a good car and a care
At driver, ring The Times office, we
aZ o livery.
Sis reported that the legislature
a1 ct the gallon-a month to a quart
Beiember Cotbran has tobacco seed
RHome,'Bank and Trust Co. for
SThe-ale of live stock on the street
aturday drew a large crowd and
tiddi ng was spirited.
wss repoits inform us that Belgium
oi need of financial aid So are
16.c in with the coin.
~HLL. R. Tindal of Summerton,
~oCLarendon's ablest men, was a
iPhomas Nimmer will close out
)aisjr~erybusiness- and retire .from
= elfe abont the first of Marcb.
Some-men are great. others are near
~ gra,'but the greatest of all is the
.muanweho doesn't relate that be is great
dier delegation is now in -Columbia
Swe will try and give to our readers
verytbhing each member dues, or tries
'The store-recently occuyied by the
yer Furniture Co. is being remodel
edand will be occupied by Katzoff's
?-The Removal sale at The New Idea
lasi S'aturday, drew a big crowd of
-bargaia hunters. and they all went
a- way much pleased.
*We have received a copy of Gover
nor Manning's address to the general
Sassembly in advance, but it is too
lengthy to reproduce.
-Died last Friday at her home in Davis
Station, Mrs-.Avanda G. Stukes. The
deceased was a younz lady and had
7 onlyi been married about one year.
Married Sunday in Sumter, Miss
Ethet McCollough and Mr Oddie
Brown, both of Taft Miss McCollough
Is a sister of Mrs. Sue Harvin of Man
Didlast Friday, Jeannette Boyd.
cooe.The deceased was a member
of one of the oldest families in Man
ning. and well known by the white
County candidates are gradually
* comng out in the open, we heard of
<another last week. We hope the woods
*will be full of the old sports this year
-its only $5.00 per.
miThe -new automobile -fire truck re
cently boueht by she city, will arrive
in a f~ -- as;the boys will show the
people " -f finest fire fighting ag
greeg - : th~e State.
-Garrigan, Jr , the four
*- n of Mr. and Mrs. R. J.
Summerton, last Monday
1o'clock, and was buried
* - -ary at that place Tuesday
- . Blanchard, who was at1
-, ted in Manning. is now
s b - aughter. Mrs. Paul Al
lon, and will preach in
3hubrch at that place next
ing and evening.
- .Columbia last Saturday,
SCuttino and Miss Eunice
* ttino is formerly of Man
ne of our most popular
now in Superintendents
in Charleston. postoffice
arm was sounded about 3.
-ay morning, the company
e ~ omotly, andl found the lit
} -house in the yard on the
tor and occnpied by Jim Mil
-on fire. The building was
-us met with the delegation
- v in the court house. A fter
ie game laws for sometime
a instructed to have tbe
- anged so as fish legally
be sold any time of the year
- r season to run from Sep
,e able to tell whether your
- rough- your pockets or not?
her a sweet little note t.ll
-is booked nosed, bow 1l2
-~ aested and that her false
ei.ting loose. Then deposit
unr pocket, hang your
.cli'-t, and take your
- . -am- Gardner of Summerto,
5 wek-et-nd here visting re)
...a... - rd friends.
The Woman's Christian Temperanc
Union will hold a Mothers meeting -
the home of Mrs. H. J. McLeod, o
-e- Tuesday afternoon. All mothers <
rt the community will be cordially we
i Miss Hattie Herlonz returned Thur
e dav from a visit to Mrs. Tindal, nen
Manning She le-ft Saturday to rt
some her school duties at Cades afte
spending :he holidays with her mott
er, Mrs J L Herlono.
e Mr. E. Cain has moved with his fan
niv to th- hone of Mr. H B. Bradhani
e r. Bradham will reside with hi
motber, for- the present.
rs Mr. J. A. Hodge has been seriousl
ill for several days with influenza.
The Woman's Missionary Societp <
ic the Methodist church, held a ve-r
se pleasant meetinir at the home of Mr.
JA W. R Keels last. Wednesday afternoor
e Among the new plans for the year, i
of was decided to take up the study c
a- "The Kings Highway."
b- The la.ies of the Bapiist church ob
s- served Self Denral and Prayer Weel
most of last week. Meetings were it
teresting and well attended.
Mr. Joe Hodge motored down frot
d Lamar last. week to visit his sister. Mis
Cassie Hodge. % ho has been ill. She i
now slowly convalescing.
f All the rage and even more popula
I them appendreitis is the ay-a-atchIwo
Id You have it.
ir Mr. Laurie Grilin has opened up hi
,d grocery store adjoining Mr. J. W
Mims. and Mr. R. B Bradham wil
conduct his barber shop in the old pas
t,, This community has been greatl:
- pained and shocked by the sudde
t death of Mrs. E. G. Stukes, wife of thi
chatrman of the board of tha tructee!
s of Davis Station school, who died or
I Friday, the 7th inst.. at 1 o'clock it
d the morning. after a brief illness of lit
e tte more than twenty-four hours. Th
- funeral services were conducted by thi
e Rev. W. 0. Henderson at Berblehen
church. Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock
and the burial took place in the churci
r yard of the same. There was a grea
0 number of relatives and friends in at
Before her marriage Mrs. Stukes wa
Miss Maggie Graham, second daughtei
of Mr. J. C. Graham of this neighbor
hood. From early childhood she had
f. been a member of the Methodisl
h church. She was only twenty tw<
g years old when she died.
-- Though called away so suddenly, it
!- the very bloom of youth. Mrs. Stukes
h had attained to a development of char
n acter much more mature than bei
, years. She was one wno conscientious
)- ly strove to perform every duty, aa
I, who cheerfully did whatever service
. she could in church or communitv
s Thelunusual gentleness and amiatbilita
* of her disposition impressed all wh<
e come in contact with her.
e But it. was in the home that her gooi
e qualities really shone brightest She
y was a most devoted wife, and a tru(
e mother to the little children which hei
.t marriaze placed under her care. Un,
h selfish and kind, she ever put the in.
>f terests of her loved ones before hei
. own. Those who knew her best say
i. exhibited in her daily conduct th
e loyely traits of a Christian training
e and a Christian character.
s The deepest sympathies of the com
n munity are with the sorely afflicted
-. husband. and the little ones, deprive<
e secoud time of a mortier's care. but it
:r is consoling to feel that, for them, the
dark cloud <cf seperation is gilded witt
-the beautiful hope, thatsome day thej
. will be reunited with the one who hal
is gone before in the Heavenly Kingdom
e the home where changes never come
:The State of South Carolina
''Conti of Clarendou,
d COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
,fNeill O'Donnell, as Treasurer of thi
Board of Trustees of the Tuome;
e Hospital, Plaintiff
Joseph H. Burgess, Bank of Summer
ton and J. W. Broad way, Defendants
NOTICE OF SA LE.
Under and by virtue of a decree c
the Court of Common Please for sai<
County and State rendered in abov
d s~ated action dated the 28th day of Ser
.tember, 1915, to me directed, 1, E B~
s Gamble, Sheriff of Clarendon County
.will sell at public outcry to the highes
bidder for cash in front of the Cour
House door at Manning, South Care
lina, on the 7th day of February, 191(
being salesday, within the legal hour
for judicial sales, the following de
scribed real estate;
"All that tract of land in Clarendo
County, in said State, lying on Nelso
Ferry Road, containing one hundre'
and eighty-two acres, more or less, an
dsgnated as lot No. 1 on. a parritio
plat made by WV. A. Burgess, Surveyo0!
Novem ber 26th, 19I2, the said land be
ing bounded by aind adjoining land
originally allotted to A. P. Burgesn
other land of J. H. Burgess. lands
o C. Scarborough, and of others."
Purchaser to pay for papers.
E. B. G A MBLE,
Sheriff Crarendon County.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Clarendon.
John S. Watt and M. E. Watt, Plaintli
Eliza Tisdal, Mary Tisdal. John Dick
son, Henritt~e McCrew, Willie Watt
Regine Zeirler, William Siawson
Mary Ann Ainslie, Julia C. Hipps
Asn Beuri Ragin. Camilla C. 1R gin
John E. Ragin, Rufus Ragin, L. 1R
Watt, and Joseph Watt. JTames Wat
Belle Wat., Jobn Dow, Richard Roi
andl other- unknown heirs of J. H
NOTICE OF SALE.
Under and by virtue of a Judigmen
Order of the Court of Common Pleas
in trie above stated action, to me di
rected, bearing date of .Januar'y 6th
1916, I will sell at public auction, o<
the highest bidder for cash, at Claren
don Court House, at Manning. withim
the legal hours for judicral sales, or
Monday the 7th day of February 1916
being salesday, the following describer
All that piece parcel or tract of lan<
lying, being and situate in tire Count:
of Clarendon, in the S:ate of South Car
olira. containing one hundred and flift
(150) acres, more or~ less, and boundel
and butting as follows, to wit: Nor.1
by lands of Willlam Tindal, formeri
of J. R. Tames and lands of Shad rael
Walker: East by lands of J. H. Ding l
and lands of James R. C. Corbetl
South by lands of Mrs. Eliza Welhr
and West by lands og James B. Ho
All that iot of land and build ing
thereon in the Town of Summi-rtor
County of Clarenlon, State of Sout
Carolina, containing one-half acre and
bounded and butting as follows, to wi
North by Main Street; East by lot<
--Wndham South by ot of W. W
Anderson, and West by lands of R. (
Chewning, the same being shown
lot No. 11 on a plat made by H. 1
Caneyv in 1905. measuring ninety (9'
feet on Main Street and back line<
said lot extending back from Mai
Street two hundred and forty t wo (24:
feet. The samo being the lot convese
by Elizabeth N. Briggs arnd R. 1
Briggs as Trustees t4. L. R. Watt c
the 20th day of June, 1905.
Purchaser to pay for papars.
I E. B. GAMBLE,
Senator DuRant was sworn in a -
ator from Clarendon county yest
at the opet'nin of the S-oate, ac
signed to membership on tne co
tees of which the ;att- Senator Appt
was a member. exc'pt r.ilroads.
Confederate Veterans, you are her
by requested to meet at Manning cou
house. Saturday January 15th, at
o'clock to elect. a PeOsion Board, at
enter any Veteran or his widow eli.
able who is not. now on the pen-i
roll. A. J. Ricbbourg, Chairman.
The roads Of the county are in b
ter condition now than they have bei
in sometime Supervisor Davis has he<
doing excellent work ever since I
bas been in oflice, regardless of a fe
knockers, and -he friuts of his labo
are showing to great advantage now.
The regular meetinz of the Civ
Leagtue will be held ar the Court Hoti
Saturday, January 17th, 4 p. m. A4
members are earnestlv request-d to t
present at this, the 5irst meeting
the new year. for the amount and it
portance of the work to be accomplis
ed by the League, will require the a
sistance of each member.
Died last Saturday night at. herhotr
in Jordan, M rs. Maynard J. Davis, at
the funeral services were held at th
place Sunday afternoon. This is a vei
sad case, as she leaves an in fanti
only a few weeks iold, besides a yout
husband. This couple was marrif
about a year ago. We extend or
heartfelt s. mpathy to the bereave
family in this, their sad affitdon.
The Home Bank and Trust Co
while only a few years old, is one i
the most prosperous iostitutions in ou
town. due largely to the managtemen
Mr. Charlton DuRant. the presiden
and Mr. T. M. Wclls the cashier. a
ways give to its patrons the very bei
of servic-, and their polit-! and courte
ous treat ment bring them the businei
which they deserve. Oa tie first <
the year the stock holders mt an
found that their investment had mad
15 per cent, seyen per cent being dt
clared in dividends and the balanc
carried over to surplus. Be-sides inal
iog this amount the bank had an e.
penditure of about $400.00 to pay fc
the damage done by the cyclone U
Summerton. Jan. 8.-On Tuesday a
ternoon at 6 o'clock,~the Baptist chure
of this place was filed to overflowin
with guests come to witness the mai
riage of Miss Juanita Elizabeth Got
don to Timmons Campbell Howie, bot
of this place. The church had bee
made lovely with decorations of p:,lms
ferns and Southern smilax. The ui
per portion was banked in pot plant
one large flowering plant of pink fora
ing the centre In all the windov
and in alternate pews graceful bouquei
of smilax and pink carnations wer
used, lending a pleating softness to tb
scene. Just before the entrance of th
bridal party Mrs. George D. Blakel
of Spartanburg sang "Because I Lov
You Dear" and "At Dawning." A
their conclusion the weoding marc
was begun, with Miss Grace Briggs <
Darlington at the piano and Dr. C. I
Morris accompanying on the viollit
The ushers, Fred Barnes and Georg
Kennedy, proceeded down opposit
aisles, followed by the other attendami
in the following order: Misssallie A
derson with Laird Huggins of Mar
ning; Miss Alleen Howie with Jake Is
man of Manning: little Miss Estbe
Gordon as ring bearer, and Miss Saral
Gordon as flower girl, carrying a basld
e of piak carnations and ferns, Mrs
W. A. Parker as dame of honor, Mis
Willie Gordon as maid of honor, th
groom came down an epposite ais)
with his brother, Edwin Howle; the:
ame the bride on the arm of her fath
or, the Rev. M. W. Gord'on. The cer
emony was performed by the Revs C
C. Brown of Beaufort.
The bride's gown was of embroidere
charreuse made with cnurt tratn ar.
she carried bride rose and lillies <
Immediately after tbe ceremony thb
bride and groom motored to Mannin
where they took a southbound trai
fr parts unknown.
Following is the lists of grand an
petit jurors drawn to serve at the et
suing term of court, which convene
n Monday January 24th, at 10 o'clock
D P Elliott. Silver, R F D.
W F kRush, Turbeville.
S MI Haynesworth, Foreston.
D N Buddin, Tua.beviile.
C W Beard; New Zion.
o D Hlarvin, Pmnew.'od.
J P Holle.day, Manning.
M W Floyd, Lake City. RF D.
J L Barrow, Jr., Ne w Zion,
W B Evans, Ja., New Zion.
W B Jay roe, Paxvimle
H J Ros<, Remini.
J J Barnes, Foreston.
J1 H Murray, Manog.
J M Elliott, Silver. R F' D.
Alonza Smith, Turbeville.
W E Baird, Turbeville.
O T Ardis, Snmmermon.
N M Riggs, Manning.
E R Driggers, Lake City, R F D.
P J Holladay, Summerton.
H J aaley, Manning.
F N Thomas, Turbeville
J M DuBose, New Zion.
W H Green, Turbeville,
Douglass Holladay, Summerton.
J MI Ltde, Pinewood.
R A Brown, Paiville.
R B Beatson, Manning.
W D Colclough, Paxville.
J 0 Cuker, Trurbeville.
E B Shorter, Davis Station.
L M Allsbrooks, Wilson
R M Cain, Manning.
Junius B Holladay, Manning
R W Wheeler, New Zion.
J R Griffin, Pinewood.
B Griffin, Silver.
J P Lackey. Paxville.
L R Gibson, Silver.
F A Felder, Summerton.
o O Edwards, Manning.
C C Touchberry, Summerton.
B L DuBose, New Zion.
hi E Brunson, Davis Station.
W H Smith, New Zion
W A Richbourg, St Paul.
SECOND WEEK JURY.
T T Windham, :lanning.
R H Briggs. Silver
Joe Geddings, Paxville
Fred Barnes, Summertou~
O G Keels, Summerton
Willie Johnson, New Zion, Rt F D
R LGayle. St Paul
C B Baker, New Zion, R F D
J D Beatson, Manning. No 1
J F Bradham, Manning
WV J Daniels, Alcoiu R F D
G M Bradbatm, No. 1
L N Barwick, Jr., Pinewood
MI L Hicks, Turbeville
C W Thames, Wils'n, R F D
D S Wheeler, Turbeville
J Eugene Broghtoo, Pinewood
J P Creecy, Manning
Arthur Haley, Wilson
J B Harvin, Alcolu
David Shumaker, Silver
D W DuRant, Alcolu
Julien Weinberg, Manning
J D McElveen, New Zion
J A James, Sr., Summerton
W K Hill, Manning, R F D
A W Billups, Summerton
E L Thigpen, Lake City, R F D
R P Barrow, New Zion
C M Wilson, Summerton.
C H Touchberry. Summnerton
W E -uttino, Manning
C E McElveen, New Zion
H E DuRant, Alcolu
R T Harrington, Manning, No. 2
L . Bmrailsiomd Su mmetonn
- To Levy and Collect Licenses In The
e Town of Manning for The Year 1916.
.t Be it ordained by the Mayor and Al
a dermen of the Town of Manning in
f Council Assembled:
Section 1. That every person. firim,
coipainy or corporation engaged in au%
trade, business or profession hereinaf.
ter mentioned within the limi of the
town of Manning sball be required on i
or before the 1st, day of February 1916,
to obtain a licen;e to exerciSe said
trade, business or profession within the
imits of the said town: and every per
son, firm or ccrporation not now so er.
gaged, but expectin. to engage in such
trade. business or I :ession after the
1st day of January of the present year,
shall bei required to firs obtain lieeuse
to exercise same. all the said license to
be fixed according to the schedule and
amounts hereinaf er set fortb.
section 2. Upo-i each and every
t merchaut or any other person, firm 4
company or corporation doing business
within the limits of the said town -of
- Manning, and for each and every store
or place of business within the corpor
' ate limits of the said town, except such
as are otherwise specifically taxed by
2 this ordinance, the license shall be as
Upo-n merchants whoso gross cash
ana credit sales do not exceed:
S 2000 per annum ............$10.00
5000 per annum............ 15.00
10 000 per annum............ 20.00
15000 pet- annum ..... ..... 2500
25.000 per annum ...... ..... 30.00
1 40000 per annum ...... ..... 35.00
50. 000 per annum .......... 40.00
75000 per annum .......... 45.00
100.000 per annum .... ...... 50.00
Section 3. Every firm, company or
corporation required by the ordinance
of the town of Manniog to obtain a li
cense to engage in any trade, business.
or profession for which a license is re
quired, shall, before the 5th, day of
January of each year, register with the j
town clerk, first his or her name or -
stv!e, and in case of a firm orcompany, C
and the place of business; second, the C
trade, business or profession for which
a license is required: the place , where C
such trade, business or profession is
carried on in the case of a dealer in C
goods, wares or merchandise, the
amount, extent and value of the busi- C
ness carried on, all of which shall be
given under oath. All persons, firms,
companies or corporations commencing
business on or after the first day of
January 1916 shall register as aforesaid.
It shall be duty of the town clerk to
assess all persons, firms, comnanies and Ci
corporations liable for town licenses
under the ordinances of this town, and
enter the same in a book to be known
as the License Book, giving a classified E
and complete list of all such persons,
firms, companies and corporations who
are liable for town license, and the
amount of license for which they are
liable. which licenses shall ba obtained
as herein provided, on or before tiI
1st day of February, 1916. L.cct
shall be issued by the Clerk and Treas
urer. who shall keep a record of all li
cense fixed by the ordinances of the
town of Manning and assessed by him El
under authority tLereof as aforesaid in Fi
the manner prescribed by the laws of Fi
the State of South Carolina and the Ft
ordinances of the town of Manning.
Section 4 If any person exercise or G
carry on any trade, business or profes- H
sion for the exercising carrying on or H
doing of which a license is required by H
this ordinance, wIthout first register
ing or taking out such a license as in
that be half required. he. she or they,
besides being liable tG the payment of
the license, shall be subject to a fine
not to exceed 40 or imprisonment, for
a time not to exceed thirty days, upon:
conviction before the Mayor or Acting
Section 5. In every license to be4
taken out under or by authority, of this
ordinance, Shall be contained and set
forth the purpose, trade busibess or
profession for which such license i
granted, and the name and place of
business of the person or persons tak
ing out the same, and the time for
which it is granted. The Clerk and
Treasurer shall prepare a form of Ii
rcense to ne used in ~each case, and shall Ir
have the same printed and bound in
book form, in a neat and substantial
-manner, with a proper stub attachd to
.each.-upon which shall be written at
the time the license is issued the name
f of the party obtaining the same. the I
length of time covered by such license.
toiether with the amount charged
-therefor; and the party receiving such
.license shall keep the same posted in I
,some oonspicuous place where his but.
t ness, trade or profession is carried on.
t Any evasions of the provisioins of this
-Section shall be subject to a penalty of
,not more than $40 or thirty days im
-Section 6. The license granted un-L
der this ordinance.shall not authorize L
the person, firm, company or corpora- L
tion mentioned therein, to exercise or L
carry on trade, business or profession
I spcfied in sucn license in any other
.pacthnthat mentioned therein. All
,licenses issued on and after FebuaryF
-1st shall not be for less than the cur
s ent year unless o'.herwise provided
I Section 7. For a license to carry on
any permanent or transient trades, bus
mness or profession, the sum hereinafter
mentioned shall be paid into the town
treasury in gold or silver coin, United
States Treasury note, National Bane
- otes or gold or silver certificates.
Section 8. Any money lender (pi
vate) who shall charge, accept or re
ceive interest charges or compens:ttion
for the lending of money, directrly or.
indirectly, by whatever name, means
or device, in excess of the legal rate of
8 per cent per annum, he, she or they,
shall be subject to a tine not exceed
ing $40 or imprisonment in the town
,jail for a time not exceeding thirty
-days for ernch offense and the rccord of
their convictions, convictions shall be
reprted to the next, meeting of town
council whereupon the license of suchS
-party or parties so convicted shall be :St
Auctioneers selling at public
outcry ..................S 5 00 Si
Agency or agent real estate
renting or selling............ o 00
Agents selling fertilizers.......5 00
Agents or dealer in pianos and
organs or either............ 10 00
A gents not specially mentioned 10 00
IAutomobiles, dealers.........10 00
Automobiles. repair shop... 5 00
~Automobile Livery, 1 Car..10 00
A untomobile Livery, more than,
one Car......... .......... 15 00
Banks or Trust Co's., with Cap
ital Stock and Surplus less
than $40,000........... ... 35 00
Banks or Trust Co's., with Cap
ital Stock and Surplus more
than $40,000.............. 50 00
lillard or pool.room, each.... 30 00
Barber shops, per chair........2 00
IBlacksmith shops and .vheel
-wriights ......... ......... 5 00
Boarding houses or hotels for
the accoindation of transient
customers having 8 r-ooms
and less than 15............ 00
Hauing 15 rooms and over.... 10 00
Botuiug works, per annum. ... 5 00
:Bttlin-g wotrks, per annum sell
fing from wagons or tr-ucks.. 5 00
.Book agents seliing books by
. subscription ....,... ..... . . .; 00
Bowling alleys..... ..........) 00
Bill posters ....,............. o 00'
l Bill posters, per day.......... 1 00.
f Building and Loan Association
n -local................... 10 00
Building and Loan Association
d -agents or representatives
,.whose princi pal office is not
n located in this State.......100 00
Jutchers ........... ........ 20 00
Butchers-itinerant, -per day.~ 1 00
Bicles-agents or dealers. 5 00
Boot and shoe blacks.......... 1 00
No dQubt you are, if
you suffer from any of the
numerous ailments to
which au womenaresub
ject. Headache, back
ache, sideache, nervous
ness, weak, tired feeling,
are some of the symp
toms, and you must rid
y ourself of them in order
o feel well. Thousands
of women, who have
been benefited by this
remedy, urge you to
The Woman's Tonl
Mrs. Sylvania Woods,
of Clifton Mills, Ky., says:
"Before taking Car d ui,
I was, at times, so weak I
could -hardly walk, and
the pain in my back and
head nearly killed me.
After taking three bottles
of Cardui, the pains dis
appeared. Now Ifeel as
well as leverdid. Every
suffering woman should
try Card;i." Getabottle
>t on gin and press in use... 10 0
)tton seed oil mill., including
gins ... ..... .......... ... 50 (
>ntractors taking contracts
over fifty dollars............ 5(
Dtractors taking contracts
not over one thousond do'lars 10 C
)ntractors taking contracts
over $1.000 not over $5 000.. 15 C
>tractors taking contraULs
$5.000 not over 610.000...... 25 a
)ntractors taking contracts
over $10 000.... ..... ... 40 0
,rnivals not less than per week 1.50 0
reus and Menagerie per day
exhibiting in city .......... 100 0
mtists ..................... 10 C
>g and ponny show, not less
than ..................... 10(
press companies or agencies
ech, for business done ex
elusively within the town of
Manning and not including
any business done to or from
points without the state and
not including any business
clone for the government of
the United States...... ..... 25 0
trel or otber tent, per day... 10 0
ectric light companies...... 20 0
sh or oysters-sold on streets 5 0
ying Jennie-per day....... 5 0
-it and vegetable stands or
lunch-counters.............. 5 0
rists mills.......... ........ 2 5
twkers and peddlers. per day 20 0
>siery mills ................ 5 0
rse shoeing ............... 2 5
rness repair shops.......... 5 0
cksters. produce........... 2 6
ovided, this ordinance shall
not. apply to farmers selling
tbeir produce upon the streets
e actory................. 10 C
e-d'ealeks, -at retail,- each'
house with wagons........... 5 C
er-reamn saloon or cart.......2 C
surance companies, life or
fire, represented by transient
solicitor or agent,per day... 20 C
surance companies, fire or
old line life ..... .... ..... 10 C
suiance companies, accident,
fidelity, guarantee, live stock
or other insurance company.
for each comprny.......... 10 C
srance solicitors of life and
accident insurance companies
and solici',ors of fire and oth
er insurance companies, un
connected with a regular lo
cal licensed agency of same.. 20 C
isurance of any other kind
and company, corporation or
society having insurance fea
tures other than cbaritable 10 C
inerant repairer of bicycles,
typewriters, sewing machine
or cash registers, not regular .
ly emploped by licensed deal
erosene or other oil companis 25(
and loan companies or agents
awyers ................... 10(
aundries ................... 5(
aundry agents............... 5(
achine shons.............. 5 C
onr-y lenders............... 10
ewspapers ..... ............5
eddlers, per day............ 10(
rinirng otlice; job............ 5(
otographers transient, per
day .................... 1(
hotographers per year....... 10 C
ressing clubs............... . 5
icture shows............... 10 C
airoarls, for business done ex
clusively within the limits of
the town of Manning and not
including any business done
to or from points without the
state and not including any
business done for the govern
ment of the United States.. 75(
esaurants, serving meals on
ables (not sale) vehicles and
horses for hire only, this li
cense shall spply to all per
sons hiring out teams wheth
er running a livery stable or
not......... ............. 10 (
ables, vehicles, and horses
sale and feed............... 25 C
allions ............ ....... 10 C
toc repairers.............. . -2
.w mills.................. 10 C
ireors .................. 5 C
We have a Horse~ or Mulh
large Mules. if you want to
us show you what we have.
We have several fine Dr
Farm and Dr aft Hors':s. \X
anything in the horse or- m
Full Line of Buggries,
Sanitary Plumbing ............ 10 00
S;ooting Gallery ............. 10 00
Skating Rink......-.......... 5 00
Sign Paintin ................ 5 00
Sign Painting, per da. ........ 1 00
Soda Fountains. connected with
other business or alone ..... 10 00
Telegraph companies or agen
cies, for busiefss donn within
the town of Manning and not
including any business done
from points without the state
and not inciuding any bu-i
ner-s d me for the governwns
of iL.e United States........ 10 00
Telephone Cnpanies, loca!... 20 00
Telephone Companies. lonz dis
tance............... ....... 10 00
Undertakers ....... ....... . 10 00
Menders, street, per day.... . 20 00
Wagons or other vehicles run
for gain, one horse each, on
streets ................. ..... 5 00
Wagons or other vehicles run
for gain, two horses each on
streets ...... ... ........ 10 (0
Warehouses, each, % ich storage
0 for hire ... ..... ......... 10 00
Warehouses, tobacco.......... 10 00
Se etion 8. That the proceeds of the
license tax shall he applied by the
Clerk and Treasurer to the payment of
the current expenses of the said town.
Section 9. The amount to be charg
ed for license for any other business,
trade or profession not hereintofore
specificially enumerated. shall be fixed
by the Committee on Finance, but said
comnittee shall have no authority to
ebanee or reduce the license fees here
in fixed: Provided that in case of short
term licenses. taken out in the latter
part of the fiscal year, the committee
on Finance may in their discretion re
auce the license fee.
Section 10. The Clerk and Treasur
er shall consult the Committee on Fi
nance where the occupation of any ap
plicant for license, or amount to be
charged is questioned, and the commit
tee shall have power to decide the mat
Section 11. The Clerk and Treas
urer shall be required to turn over to
the Police Department, the names of
all delinquent license payers imme
diately after the 1st of February 1916.
0 and the Police Department shall im
mediately bring the delinquent before
0 the Mayor for violation of this ordi
0 Section 12. That the Council shall
bare the power to revoke any license
0 for just cause.
Section 13. It shall be the duty of
0 tbe Police torce to investigate and re
port to the May or all persons doing
0 business without a license.
0 Section 14. That on and after the
passage of this ordinance the penalty
of non payment of license shall be: the
0 sum of ten per cent for every month .or
part of month until said license is paid
0 Fiscal year as to licenses to run from
January to January.
Section 15. All Ordinances or parts
of Ordinances conflicting with this Or
dinance are hereby repealed.
Done and ratifed under the corpor
ate seal of the Town of Manning on the
4th day of January in the rear of our
Lord one thousand nine hundred and
A. C. BRADHAM,
T. M. WELLS,
0 City Clerk.
0 Take Huggins' Cold Capsules, pre
pared and compounded by us. Hug
gins' Pharmacy, Levi Block.
For Sale-Mv House and Lot in Man
0 ning, good locition, goQd out buildings
one acre in lot. Some fruit treeg,
plenty of shade. .1. B. Hudnal, Olanta
S. C. Or S. M. Reardon, . Manning,
0Harvin's tranfer has headquarters
in the new garage on the corner of
Church-street. rear of Levi's Mercan
tile Co., phone -No. 60. Open from
-:30 a. in., to 8:30 p.-m. C.ars meet all
trains and do general livery business.
Stewart I Harvin,.
HUJGGINS' COLD CAPSULES
Just take one dozen es directed, and if
they do not cure your cold, you get
yours money back. -
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
0 County of Clarendon.
By James M. Windham, Esq., Probate
W HEREAS, Samual Thompson made
Isuit to me, togranthim Letters of Ad
minitration ofthe Estate and Effects of
Braxton B. Thompson.
These are therefore' to cite and ad
0monish all and singular the kindred
and Creditors of the said Braxton B.
Thompson deceased, that they be
and appear before me, in tbe Court of
Probate, to be held at Manning on the
'0h a of January next, after pub
)lication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the
forenoon, to show cause, if .any they
have, why the said Administration
should not be granted.
0Given under my band this 1st, day
'0of .January Anno Downini 1910.
0 JAMES M. WINDHAM,
S[SEAL] Judge of Probate.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Probate
for Clareadon County, on the 8th day
of Febuary 1916, at 1] o'clock a. in., for
letters of discharge as Executor of the
Estate of James L. Langston, deceased.
0 R. E. SMITH,
0Jaauary, 8th 1916.
oFor Infants and Chimden
n Use For Over 30 Years
to suit overybody. Small and
et real money come in and let
ivng Horses, Saddle Horses,
can iurnih you with most
u~line, so doni't fail to see us
aons, Hairness, Lap Robes,
of the fmily romIyutht l , ar esee
Mothers Your cares in comfort.
Xrc 2se. stc. ande and p
x If the family from youthi to old age, are lessened
u Ifenyou use this old and trust-worthy remedy- w
X -- -INA
X Mothers: "Keep a bottle in your home"
AUOPBic 25, c and $1.00
AA COLD CURED FOR
If you want to get rid of that COLD or LAGRIPPE .
Charlestonle? - - - - .
just purchase twelve of our s ned by
us. If taken as directed and they fail to cure, we will 4
gladly refuyd your moneyy.
DICKSON'S DRUG ST-ORE.
The. Bailey-Lebby Co
Machinery. Mill and Plumbing Supplies.
AUTOMOBILE and TIRE.
IThe U. S. Tire Company's
Celebrated 6. & T. TIRES I
Charleston, o a B cS. C.
occup thysore no cid yterayr
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