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MANNING, S. C.. MAY 31. 1916.
STONE WRAPPED CAKES
They are made in a San
itary Plant and contains
ony 'pure ingredients, in
cluding fresh country but
ter and eggs.
Serve these Fine Cakes
and hear the approving
comments of guest and
"Everything Good to Eat."
Yesterday being '-Memorial Day
the postoffice observed Sunday hours
Miss Cleo Steadmon of Leesville vis
ited her sister Mrs. J. B. Lee las
Tuesday July 4th "Good Cheer Day
at Pinewood will be cerebrated ther
Lost last Saturday, a child's cloak o
courthouse sqare, same can be recos
cred by calling at Auditor's office.
A postoltice will be established t
Gables near Sardinia, as soon as th
postmaster is appointed and qualifie!
Dr. R. W. Lide, of Darlington. ha
accepted the call to this church an
will fill the pulpit here on next Sur
You will never be able to sprink]
syrup on the tail of a fly so long as yo
wait for the other fellow to catch i
The honor graduates of the Mannin
High School this year are, Miss Irm
McKelvey first, and Miss Carolyn Plo,
The Clarendon apportionment of th,
State High School Fund for this yea
is: Manning $515, Summerton 50C
Miss Lillie Coker of Turbeville an<
Mr. Ingram Player of Shiloh wer
married last Saturday in Sumter b
the clerk of court.
The commencement exercises of the
Manning Graded School will be hell
Friday evening in the school auditor
ium. The public is cordially invite<
The big sale of the New Idea Co..i
attracting people from all over th
county, and its still in full force, comn
in and see for yourself. Read their ac
in this issue.
The minstrel show given last Frida.
.night for the benefit of the basebal
assoc~ation, was a great success, an<
was one of the best amatuer performr
ances ever given in this town. The as
sociation netted about $90.00.
* The remains of Mrs. Anuna M. Davis
mother of Capt. W. C. Davis and Lieu
tenant A. C. Davis of Manning, wver,
interred in tLa Manning cemetery las
Friday. Mrs. Davis was the widow o:
the late James E. Davis. and know:
for her good and charitable deeda.
The Prayer Service of the Methodis
Church will be held this week o:
Wednesday afternoon at 5 o'clock, it
stead of Thursday. The Teacher Trait
ing Class will be held immediatel;
after the Prayer Service. All concert
ed are asked to note the change of thb
The State campaign opens in Spar
tanburg June 20th, and concludes a
Winnsboro on August 26th. The,
speak in Manning on August 2. Tbt
assessment of candidates entering ths
race for various omices is as follows
Congress $200, Governor $100, Railroat
Commissioner $75, all other Stat<
o flces including Solicitors $50.
The W. C. T. U. meetIng is pospon
ed. The regular monthly meeting
the W. C. T. U. for June has been post
poned from Monday, the 5th to Tues
day the 13th. Miss Marion Wells wvil
be hostess, Mrs. Herriot Mrs. Mouzon
and Mrs. Bullard associates hostesses
and all the members are cordially urs
ed to attend the at 5:30 p. in., Tuesda;
Last Saturday night about 11:4
o'clock fire was discovered in the stort
of D. Hirschmann, and in a few second
after the alarm was given the big aut(
truck was on the scene, and the flames
were extinguished with the chemica
hose without the use of water and de
ing practically no damage. The fir
is supposed to have caught from
cigar or cigarette.
. Last Wednesday evening a pet COlli
dog belonging to Mr. E. G. Stoke:
chairman of the board of trusteesc
the Davis Station High School, wet
mad and bit his two older chidret
Eidith, 9 years old, and Thomas,
years old. The dog was killed b.
sheriff Gamble and its head sent t<
the State laboratory at Columbia, an<
today, they wired that the dog hai
rabies. The children will take th
treatment for rabies.
When it comes to expert fishing,i
must be handed to Mrs. English Plow~
den in knowing just how to land th<
choicest kind. On Monday she wen
to Home Lake with her husband an<
Mr. Ingram Wilson, who is concede<
one of the best fishermen in the cour
ty, and while these fellows were catch~
ing some of the small variety, Mrs
Plowden landed one of the largest red
breast that we have ever seen caugh
in Black River, also a fine trout.
Alcolu. May 29.-Special: The Rlev
-H. K. Willianms, for three years pasta
of the Clarendon Baptist church here
preached bis farewell sermon here yes
terday and will leave tomorrow morn
ing for Easley, Pickens coumty. wher
* he has accepted the pastorate of th
First Baptist church. At the morn
ing service the Rev, and Mrs. Wil
liams were presented with a beautifi.
chest of silver from the congregatioi
as a token of their appreciation of th
faithfal service they rendered durn
, their stay here. They go from her
with the prayers and best wishesc
Card of Thanks
I w-;i ?o ithank cach ard every bye
who helped to muae our meetiofg on
Saturday the suc. it undoubtedly
I want to express my apprectatin
to the club members, to those who lent
their cars, :o the ladies who decorated
them, to the choir who led the songs
and to the ladies of the civic league
and the Priscilla clubs who served the
crowds with ica tea.
Katherine M. Sichardson,
Home Demonstration Agent.
Some Spicy Sentiments.
Col. Lip Levin is responsible for
following story, which he says was toi
him by a naval officer:
At a supper given to some of the
captains of the nSvies of Engiand,
Russia, Turkey, France and America,
a toast from each one in honor of the
flag he defended was called for. Here
The Russian said: "Here is to the
bars and stars that have nve:' been
The Turk said: "Here is to the
moon of Turkey whose wings have
never been clipped.''
The Frenchman said: "Here is to the
cock of France, whose feathers were
The American said: "Here's to the
stars and stripes of America, which
have never known defeat."
The Englishman concluded as fol
iowa "Here is to the rampant, roar
ing lion of Great Britian, that has torn
down the stars and bars of Russia. that
clipped the witgs of thn xmon of Turk
ey. that pulled the feathers of the cock
of France, and ran like h-I from the
United States of America."-Colum
Domonstration Meeting Great Success.
The annual spring assemblage of the
Clarendon county home demonstration
clubs and allied organizations was held
here yesterday and proved a gratifying
success in every particular. There was
the largest and most euthusiastic at
tendance that has yet been had on such
e an occasion and the spectacular auto
mobile parade, which opened the day's
program, proved a striking feature.
n The different decorated cars a':racted
After the parade the meeting was
held in the court house. wle.-- the
t spacious auditorium was filed to :rpac
itv. Miss Edith L. Parrott. State agent
of the Home Demonstration Club work,
made a spirited address on her special
line of work. Miss Amanda Edwards,
local agent for WXilliamsburg c unty,
made a short talk on the home demon
stration work in her field. and Miss
Mary Lemmon, local agent for Sumter
county, told of the work being done in
e her county.
a Mr. C. C. Cleveland. of Winthrop
- College, State agent of the Poultry
Club work, spoke in detail of the pro
gress of the work being done in his de
partment, and his Miss Katherine
IRichardson made an excellent report
4 of the work that is being done in Cl;r
After the meeting adjourned dinner
was served in groups on the courthouse
a lawn, and after dinner practical can
ning demonstrations were given by
Miss Edwards and Miss Lemmon.
While this was going on the Corn and
Pig Club boys held a special meeting
in the court house to hear some instruc
e tions from County Agent J. R. Clark.
Every one seemed pleased with the
success of the occasioc, add all who
were in attendance returned to their
homes with renewed interest and
.enthusiasm in the ork of the several
Tells What She Thinks.
Anna Hawn, Cedar Grove, No.,
writes: "tWe think Foley Cathartic
T 'ablets are the best liver pill we ever
ot~ hold of, as they do not nauseate or
gripe, but act freely on the liver." Rec
omenrded for constipation, bloa' ing,
*sour stomach, gas on stomach, bad
breath, clogged or irregular bowel
faction. Dickson Drug Store ,-Aa v.
Oar Side of it.
We are wearers of the uniform
Ano if you are a friend,
You'll not say a word a gainst it;
Anv word, that would oflend,
It has cover-ed honored bodies
And bv heroes, has been woirn~
Since th'e days of the republic
Whben the Stars and Siripes were born.
Uniforms have many patterns,
Some are khaki, some are blu,
And the men who choose to wear them
t Are of many patterns too,
2 Some are sons of wealthy parents.
Some are college graduates,
-Some have many many virtues.
Some are simple reprobates.
We have many skilled machanics,
Men of brains and letters ton
Loyally have served their country
That they are a credit to.
No indeed, they aire not ar.gels,
tBlackguards? Yes, we've some of
When ther came icto the service
They wor-e civilian clothes.
Drop your proud and haughty bearingr
And your egotistic pride.
Get acquainted with the solditer
And the heart -and soul inside.
Test and ti-y to analyze him.
-Criticise'him thr-ough and through
And you'll very likely tirnd him
Just as good a man as you.
We Don't care for~ your profession
Occupation, or' what you do,
When you're gazing at a soll~er
-And he's looking back at you,
rWho is there to judge between you
As you stand thetre, man to many
Only 'one, The Great Almighty.
.Name another, if you can.
W. I. Hudnal, .Jr.
s -- - - -
John M. Gaine's New Poem.
1 Gaines, of Tennessee -Mr. Speakar,
- I know that what I shall read the 10.
e publicans will enj:>y, bcae it .
a titled, "When Demoecrra 1 W i:. -
An Old Hickor-y D~emocrat ha pu~)t mitO
verse tihe folowing co 'dmons unuer~
which and the tun- Democrcy will die:
' "When the liou cats gr-', 1ike in ox,
And the fish worm swal ows the whale;
When the terrapin knits woole'i socks,
And the hare is outrun ov the snaril:
y When serpents walk upright like men,
>And doole bugs travel like frogs:
I When the grasshopper feeds on the hen.
lAnd feathers are found or hogs:
Whe-n Thomas eats swim in the air,
And elephants i-oost noon tr-ees:
When insects in sumnmer- are i-are,
t And snuff never makes peoiplc sneeze;
SWhen the fish creep over drv land,
t And mules on veloeipedes ride:
I When foxes lay eggs in the sand,
I And women in dress take no pr-ide:
-When Dutchman no longer dr-ink beer.
.And girls get to pr-caching on time:
-When billy~ goats butt from the rear.
t And treason no longer is crime:
When the humming brays like an ass,
A nd limiburger smells like cologn 3;
- When plou ghshares ai-e madJe of glass,
And heats of Ten nesseaus are stone;
-When sense girows in Republican heads.
- And wool on the hydraulic i-am:
a Then the Democratic part.y w ill be dead,
a And this country o: worth a damn
i If von are troubled wi". abrmonic or
musular rheumatism give Chamber
rlain's Linimen: a tr-ial The relief
e Ifrom pain which it attords is alone
fwerth many times i. cos-.. 0..ai able
The quarterly meeting of the fotith
<!ivision of the Santee W. U. will
be held at the Baptist church here
Miss Hattie Herlong is making prep
erations to attend the Summer school
at Winthrop which will begin shortly.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Bell have return
ed from St. Paul where they spent
some time with relatives.
Rev. M. J. Kyser attended the South
era Baptist Convention which con
vened at Asheville, N. C., recently.
Preparations are being made to have
"Children's Day" exercises at the Bap
tist Sunday School in a few weeks.
The Y. W. A's of the Baptist church
entertained the young people of this
:)lace at the home of their leader, Mrs.
J. N. Brown, Jr.,'iart Wednesday ev
ening. The evening was spent in out
door games, also music. and conversa
tions. A very interesting feature be
ing two declamations by Mr. Claud
Miss Belle Bagoal who has been vis
it ing her sister, Mrs. W. B. Pack has
She Told Her Neighbar.
"I told a neighbor whose child had
croup about Foley's Honey and Tar."
writes Mrs. itehkamp, 2404 Herman I
St., Covington, Ky. "When she gave 1
it a couple doses she tas so oleased J
with the change she didn't know what I
to sav." This reliable remedy helps
coughs, colds, croup and whooping
cough. Dickson Drug Store,-Adv.
Services at The Methodist Church.
Manning Methodist Church, Dr.
Watson B. Duncan. Pastor.
The Sunday School will meet at 10:00
a. m., Mr. Jos. Sprott, superintend
The Men's Bible Class meets at the
same hour, Hon. Charlton DuRant,
Preaching at 11:00 a. m , and S p. m.,
by the Pastor.
Morning Subject: "The Transfigur
Evening Subject.: "Are All Men Im
mortal?" This will be the third ser"
mon in the series on "Beyond The
Epwo:rth League 5 u. m.
Prayer service on Thursday at 5
p. m.. followed by the Teachers' Train
Public cordially invited to all ser
Keeping up to The Mark.
"Spring fever" is not always a joke.
If you feel dull and sluggish, tired and
I worn out. suffer from backache or
weak back, rheumatism, sore muscles,
stiff joints or other indication of kid
nev trouble, it will pay you to investi
gate Foley Kidney Pills. They are
highly recommended as prompt and
efficient aids to health. Dickson Drug
BUSINESS LOCALS. I
After July 15th we will occupy the
storeroom next to Dickson's Drug Store.
Manning Dry Goods Co.
After July 15th we will occupy the
storeroom next to Dickson's drug Store.
I Manning Dry Goods Co.
After July 15th we will occupy the
storeroom next to Dickson's Drug Store
Manning Dry Goods Co.
Wanted-Men who desire to earn
over $125.00 per month write us today
for position as palesm tn, every op,)or- 1
tunity for advancement.
ICentral Petroleum Co
I Cleveland, Ohio.
For Sale or Tride-One Ford Racer .
Apply to H. M. Thcmas, Manning. S.
A\ lot of Keep-Cool Suits for boys
jugt arrived at Katzotts Ba.rgain Store.
One of the most successful prepara
tions in use for this disease is Chamn
'erlain's Cough Remedy. S. W. Mc
Clinton, Blandon Spr ings, Ala., writes,)
"Our baby had-whooping cough as bad
as most anly baby could have it. I
gave him Cham berlain's Cough Rem
edy and it soon got him well." Ob
tainable eve rywherc-Adv.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon.
COURT OF COM.MON PLEA S.
H. A. Plo e don, Plaintil?
Elsie Capers. Toot Ben bow, Sadie Ben
bow, and Macy Benbow, Defendants.
Summons For Relief.
To the Absent Defendant Toot Benbow:
You are hereby Summoned and re
quired to answer the Complaint in thisi
action, of which a copy is herewith<
served upon vou, and to serve a copy of
our answer'to said Complaint on the
suksriber at his olfee in Sumter, S.c
C., within twenty days after the service
hereor: exclusive of the day of such
servic'e; and if yon fail to answer thei
Complaint within the time aforesaid,
the ulaintiff in this action will apply toc
the Court ior the relief demanded in
AND) YOU WILL PLEASE TAKE
NOICE, that the original summons
auf co'mpaint in this action have this,
dav been tiled in the ofieo of the Clerk
of'Court of Comnmon Plens for Claren
Dat Mag~~rch 29, A. D. 1916.
L. D. JENNINGS,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Clarendon.
it: James M. Wind'ham, Esq., Probate
igUEEASA. I Barron Clerk of
Wourt, made suit to me to grant him
Ltters of Administration of the Estate
and egfects of P. P. Rowland.
Thes are thefore. to cite and admnon
kh al and singular the Kindred and
Ce iitors of the sail P.T . Rowland de
eeaLsd, that they be and appear' before
me. in the Court of Probate, to be held
at Manning on the 2'ith day of June
next. after publication hereof, at 11
o'clock in t he forenoon, to show cause,
if any. they have, why the said Admin- 1
stration should not be granted. I
Given under' my hand this 15th day
of May Antno Doinni 1916.
.J. M. WVINDHIAM,
~sE. . Jtmige of Probate.
Good Looks are Easy
Look as good as your city cousins. Noc
matter if you do Tan or Freckle Magnolia
Blm will surely clear your skin itantly.
Heals Sunl 'urn, too. Just put a little on
your face and rub it off again before dry.c
Simple and sure to please. Try a bottle
to-day and begin the improvement at
once. White, Pink and Rose-Red Colors.
75 cents at Druggists or by mail dir'ea.;
This is Certain
the Proof That Manning Readers Cannot
What could furnish stronger evi
lence of the efficiency of any remedy
,han the test of time? Thousands of
aeople testify that Doan's Kidney Pilis
lave brought -lasting results.
Home endorsement should prove un
loubtedly the merit of this remedy.
Years ago your friends and neighbors
testified to the relief they have derived
from the use of Dean's Kidney Pills.
They now confirm their testimonials,
They say time has completed the test.
'"Mrs. J. Wells. Manning, says: ."I
;uffered from dull, nagging backaches,
pains across my kidneys, headaches
stod dizziness. I used a box of Doan':
Kidney Pills, procured 'from Brown%
Drug Store, and found them to be just
what I needed. In a very short time l
was relieved of the aches and pains in
my back and 1 : no further trouble
from my kidneys." Statement given
January 20th, 1911.
A LA'STING CURE.
On January 7th, 1915, Mrs. Wells
aid: "The ctre Doan's Kidney Pills
rave me has been a lasting one."
Price 50c at all dealers. Don't simp
y ask for a kidney remedy -get Doan':
Kidney Pills-the same that Mrs.Wells
2as twice publicly recommended. Fos
,er-Milburn Co, Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
A Symbol of Health.
The Pythagorians of Ancient Greece
te simple food, practiced temperauce
End purity. As a badge they used the
ie pointed star which they regarded
is a symbol of health. A red five
ointed star appears on each package
>f Chamberlain's Tablets, and still ful
ills its ancient mission as a symbol of
ealth. If you are troubled with indi
;estion, biliousness or constipation, get
package of these tablets from your
ruggist. You will be surprised at
he quick relief which they afford.
)btainable every where.-Adv.
state of South Carolina
County of Clarendon.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Che Williamson Heater Company,
[he Paxville School District No. 19, F.
S Geddings, J. W. Mims and T.
Parker Brown Trustees, Defendants.
Under and by virtue of an execution
ssued to me in the above case bearing
late the 7th day of October, 1914, and
fter due levy made, I will sell at pub
ic auction, to the highest bidder for
ash, in front of the Court House Door
.n Manning, South Carolina, on Mon
lay, June 5th 1916, the same being
ales day, all of the following described
>ersonal property to wit:
The Furnance, dues and all proper
,ies constituting the Heating Plant of,
Lod now situate in the P&xville Grad
,d School Building.
E. B. GAMBLE,
Cut This Ot-It Is Worth Money.
l)ont Mss This. Cut out this slip,
n.ose with 2c to Foley and Co.. Chi
go, Ill., writting your name and ad
ress clearly. You will receive in re
urn a trial package containing Foley's
loney and Tar Compound for brooch
l coughs, colds and croup. Foley
idney Pilis, and Foley Cathartic Tab
ets. Dicksons Drug Store.-Adv.
Nothing New to Mike.
The New York Giants were exercis
ing in Texas when one night Mike
Donlin crept Into the Pullman that was
sidetracked at Waco a long while after
ours, greatly to the rage of John J.
McGraw. Now, according to Donlin,
here Is supposed to be but one cemn
lete humiliation for a ball player
who goes against the winter training
ules. The culprit is assigned to an
apper berth in the sleeper. McGraw
was awakened when the belated Don
in climbed into the car and says he:
'Just for that, Mike, you take an up
per." The manager had forgotten the
player's previous servitudes and
stealths in the way of personal trans
portation across the country. But
Mike had not forgotten. He said mer
ily: "All right, John. I've ridden
em higher than uppers and lower than
Avoid Spring Colds.
Sudden changes, high winds, shift
ng seasons cause colds and grippe,
.nd these spring colds are nonoying
nd dangerous and are likely to turn
to chronic summer cough. In such
ases take a treatment of Dr. King's
ew Discovery, a pleasant Laxative
ar Syrup. it soothes the cough
hecks the cold and helps ibreak up an'
rtack of griope. Its already pre ,ared
0 mixitig or fussing. Just ask .your
trurgist for a bottle of Dr. Kiog9
iew Discovery. Tested and tried for
ever 40 years.~ A t your druggist-.-Ad.
Why We Work.
Young friends, In whatever pursuit
rou may engage, you must not forget
that th-e lawful objects of human ef
forts are but means to higher results
nd nobler ends. Start not forward in
ife with the idea of becoming mere
seekers of pleasure--sportive butter
lies searching for gaudy flowers. Con
sider and act with reference to the
rue ends of existence.--E. H. Chapin.
For Infants and Chfldrea
In Use For Over 30 Years
Always ea '
Signature of ,
Instruction From the Press.
In a polite age almost every persom
ecomes a reader, and receives more
nstruction from the press than the
For Indigestion, Sick
The more one knows about the laws
f health, the more attention he or she
ys to the keeping of the stomach and
owels in good working condition. Only
.e very ignorant scoff at tho dangers
hat result from sluggish bowels and
clogged up condition which retains
osonous waste matter in the system.
Biliousness, sick headache, sour
tomachi, gas, bloating, constipation,
yspepsia-all these distressing conse
*uences of Indigestion are avoided if
he bowels are kept open and regular.
Mr. E. .T. Hudson, merchant, Cronr
Ceys, Ga., says. "For a thorougil
leansig; movement of the bowvels,
rithout the slightest inconvenier.cQ or
Ickenin, I believe Foley Cath.:.rtie
lablets the best on earth. It's aper
ect cathartic, with no bad effects."~
Foley Cathartic Tablets are sold n:r
ruggista everywhere. Distributed by
oley & Co.. Chicago, makers of the
elebrated Foley's Honey and Tar Corn
ound for coughs and colds,
TDirosn's Drnug Sinre.
THE BESTI F.
to use this year is a n
parts of Acid Phospf
This mixture will an:
cent. available Phospf
THREE AND ONE-HAl
monia, and nearly if
per cent. Potash.
We are prepared to f
above materials and
Tankage. and we solic
There's a -reat variety of us
in the kitchen for cooking puri
them all in superior quality. Ki
Pots, Broilers, Saucepans, F:
etc., we have in the most excel[
of the finest block tin, and fou
nakes then host durable.
whole kitchn oteit or an odd t
A Good Family Gough Syrup. P 0
Can be made by mixing Pine-Tar
A conite, Sugar. Hlyoseyamus, Sassa fras
Peppermint, Ipecac, Rheubarb, Man
drake, Capsicum Muriate Amnmoma, AN]
Honey and Flycerine. It is pleasant
healing and soothing, raises th
oblegm, and gives almost ifstanlt re
lief. For convenience of those who -
prefer not to fuss, it is supplied ready
made in 25c botties under name or Dr.
Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. Can he nad
Lt your druggrist. Insist on gettini! Dr
Bell's Pine-Tar-Hoxey and see that :3eSUi
formula is on the packa&(e.- -Ad v.O
Istobe drecded. It leads to serious
*,ek *edce *osne * se a Mo
Don't let Eostpaio la es
Dr. King's _
All Drugdists 25 cents
SATISFACI ON OR KO)NEY BACK
The Strong WVithstand the Heat of
Summer Better Than the Weak
Old people who nre f:-ehle, and youngcr
peope who are weak,v wil be strengthe:aed
and enabled to go i-"augh the depress
ing heat of sum:a::- t: t:kirg 1edd d~ C
and nrihestue1.ad and bi -.
the whole systezx. 503c.
Adapted for the Water.
All fishes have air bladders in their' ---
bodies, which enable them to rise and
fall in the water at wildl. Near ti-s
bottom the weight of the warpr cor:1- e
presses these bladders and as acon
sequence the body of the fish shrin'.5
until its bulk is of equal w7eight wit
the water it displaces.
kWLhRhO RN MOH
CHAR LESTON, S.C. =
Keep Yoar Skin Clear and Healthy. hi
There is only one way to have a clear the
healthy complexion and that is to kep c:
the bowels active and regular. Dr. the
IKing's New Life Pills will make yoursu
comolexion hrealthy aaid clear-, movesu
the b>weis genith,. a imuhuet the liver, rev
cleanse the system and puriify the gar
blood. A splendid spring medicine. holl
25c at your Druggist,-AdV,Gr
- - thy
Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up System ithe
The Old Standard general strengthening tonic,I are
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIZC, drives Out
Malaria,enrchesthe bloodnd bildsup the sys-th
te. ru ...... Fr antsa n children. 50e. jtiol
iixtude of equal
Late and Cotton
Ilyse NINE per
ioric Acid, and
..F per cent..Am
not quite ONE
urnish both the
also Blood an:d
eful articles requaired
SPanL, Cake 1 Tins.
hbe you need a
h .g, it is here.
DWARDS. H. j. PERRITT
~WARDS & PERRITT.
CIVIL ENG INEER$
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rom l th earie. day th ony
h delightfu tacusc abot hisbee
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DIRE: .TORS FOR CLARENDON COUNTY.
(; 1 ary. ......D. L. Tindal.
Fulton.... .. ........... Joe R. Grifu
ainmy Swamp...... ..... J. McDMcFaddin.
Frg:iedship...... ..............A. J. Piowden.
Coro;;rd.... .. ..............Geo. Ridgill.
St. P;ui.... ................C. M. Mason.
Jt. .James .. ..... J. R. Diigle.
...:.................. ....Jeff M. Davis.
M 'aning...... ...... .....A. I. Barron.
Brewington........... ..... V. T. P. Sprott.
... arm...ony..... ....... .E. R. Plowden.
Dougla;s .................). L. Green.
Sard Grove ....R. R. McFaddin.
Midway.... .. ....... . ..Marion Evans.
New Zion................ . ..Joan Cousar.
Plowdens Mill ..............Jas. Reaves.
At Large.............. J. M. Montgomery.
Uf:l "-arested, .: s e yn ):- tm vnsip directo, " or write,
The Sumter Trust Co.. Agent.
Sumter, S. C.
W\ inul e farm property onl7.
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Special Bargains Everyday in Dry. Ooods,
ClotingShoes, Ladies' Hats, Skirts
Cltiand Children's Dresses.
-A call will convince you.
OUR MOTTO: More Goods for Less Money.
Nov: at Player Furniture Co.'s Old Stand, Manning. S. C.
100 Pahi Beach Suns to Clean and Press
300 Suits to sponge and Press
Work~ done by experienced help. Oldest San
itary Shop in town.
?!NE TA!LOR ING
TN. WiLDM,~AN, Manager
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If, fo ro other reason than thelunforeseen demands incident
o human life, you owe yourself a Bank account..
Il's a duty. because you haven't the power totpredict the
ture but yom have power to start a Bank account and fortify for
hefutre. BIsides we want toihelp! worthy young men to succeed.
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