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PubiMishes Ait CouIty and Town. Of.
MANNING, S. C., JAN. 10, 1917
We Pay the Highest
Price for good sound
Peas. Any quantity,
Mr. J. H. Rigby is in the market
buying mules for Coffey & Rigby.
Mr. S. Iseman spent Sunday in
Mr. C. E. Wilkins of Greensboro,
N. C., was in Manning last week.
Most mule for the least money at
Coffey & Rigby's.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Krasnoff left for
their home in New York last Sunday.
Mr. Frank Moffett spent last Sun
day in Columbia.
Mr. Joe Davis is in Charleston this
week on business.
Come and buy a nice mule or
horse at Coffey & Rigby's.
Foreston lodge Junior Order will
meet tomorrow night.
If it's a good mule or horse you
need, we have it. F. C. THOMAS.
Taxes paid and licenses due-now
for a gross of files and the street
work will progress again.
There are more than 600,000 trap
shooters in the United States-won
der how many crap shooters.
One or two horse wagons at close
prices and on easy ternis:
W. P. LEGG.
We know. of sonic people in this
town who have high aims in life but
are short on ammunition.
Our secondl car of mules and horses
just arrived, and some of the prettiest
you have ever seen. F. C. THOMAS.
Work is being pushed on the newv
Levi buildinig and wvill soon be occu
pied by the Levi Mercantile Co., and
Iseman aind Weinberg.
You can get any size mule you
syat at Coffey & Rigby's.
Av.ery nine knife stalk entters at
close prices andt on easy terms.
W. P. LEGG.
We wvish to thank our neighbors
andl friends for their kind attention
(luring our recent bereavement.
Mr. andl Mrs. J. P. Thames.
Just arrivedl another car of the
prettiest mules ever brought to Man
ning. D. M. Bradham & Son.
Julius A. Mood of Summerton has
been appointed a secondl lieutenant in
the United States army, and is sta
tionedl at Fort Leavenwvorth, Kansas.
Capers James of Summerton has
been appointed a second lieutenant in
the United States marine corps at
Just received our second~ car of
mules andl horses, come in andl let us
show you. F. C. THOMAS.
Anyone wishing a goodl track to
test out auto springs, try .our front
street. Well, maybe this street will
be worked later. Guess the crew ran
short on files.
Going out of the Jewelry andl Nov
elty business. Will sell evei'ything at
cost and below cost. Big -line of
watcehos and jewelry on hand.
S. R. VENNING.
Drives Out Malaria, Bdids Ud~ System
Tbe Old Standard general sitengthening tonic,
GROVE'S TAST~IHas~ chill TONIC, drives out
Mestia~enriches the lolM~asnj builds up the sys
temn. A true tnicauts.ad .... dre,. 50
' Ne#ae te t it yb .
D, 4 l': ADHAM4 & SON
P 'Ol SALE-A good bay mare;
sultiblelft i ay purpose; good gentle
'divei ;will sell cheap for cash.
M. Styks >J ., pinewood, S. C.
Married last Saturday night by
Judge Windhasi, Miss Lula Beard of
ew Zii .and Mr. Eddie Cprbett of
The Civi : League will meet at the
Court House Monday afternoon, Jan
uary 15th, at 4:80 o'clock. Work Will
be planned for tlhe new year at this
meeting and a full attendance is re
FOR SALE-A good Jersey cow
with young calf. Apply to Dr. J. A.
Cole, Manning, Si C.
- There will be a dance at the Cen
tral Warehouse next Friday night.
Gentlemen will be charged 50 cents,
ladies free. A good band has been
The. Clarendon delegation left yes
terday morning to be present to the
roll call at the opening of the general
asseui:bly in Co lumbia. Senator Du
Rant, J. H. Lesesne, W. W. Johnson
and R. M. Mellette are our represen
Come in - and let us show you a
pretty bunch of mules.
D. M. BRADHAM & SON
Two local men in the person of
Henry Blackman and Ulyses June.
have been working the blind-tiger
traffic here for the past few weeks,
and on Monday they had warrants
taken out for Ed. Hatfield and Mat
tie Lucky, colored, and Henry and
Clarence Frierson, white for selling
We have some of the best work
mules ever brought to Manning, also
a nice bunch of horses.
F. C. THOMAS.
Mr. R. C. Baggett, who has been
the assistant cashier of the Peoples
Bank,;-has been promoted to cashier.
Mr. Baggett is a very deserving
young man, with sterling qualities,
and- we congratulate nirm on his pro
motion, and. feel sure he will make
the bank a very efficient officer.
If you need a good mule, now is
the time to get it, as we received a
select car Monday.
D. M. BRADHAM & SON.
Mr. and. Mrs. S. Katzoff gave a
(lance last. Wednesday night at their
home in honor of their guest. After
the (lance *a very enjoyable supper
was served; Those- present were:
Mrs. M. Warshaner and Miss Kam
isky of Wilmington, Misses Annie and
Rounette Hirschman, Harry Riff
Benny Ness, Clarence Iseman, Jake
and Abe Goldstein.
FOR SALE-Partridge Wyan
dotte. Seven hens and two cocks.
Price $10. Address Edwin Johnson,
Manning, S. C.
Coffey & Rigby are expecting this
week the best load ofimules ever ship
pedl to Clarendon county.
FOR SALE-Coker's Weber 82
Cottonseed at $2.00 per bushel. Five
Lock Big Boll at $1.50 per bushel.
A pply to' R. R. DuRant, Alcolu,
R. F. D. No. 2.
Last Friday night the express of
fice at Alcohl was broken into, and
on the discovery next morning Rural
Policeman Peavey was notified, sna
he at once went over there. The bmre.
~ar only got a gallon of wvhiskey, as
the wvindow he broke showved where he
evidlently could not get on the inside,
and he then took another jug, held it
Lap to the -hole in the windowv and
filled it then broke the .empty jug on
the inside. Officer Pehavey foun-i that
Wilie English, colored, had sold some
whiskey .that night, and had not
ordered any, so arrestea him and put
him in ~jail.
FOR SALE--Two Jots in Manning,
one in- the coloredl section, the other
in good wvhite residential district, will
sell at bargain. A pply to S. R.
F"OIf SA LE-Several White Wyan
dlotte cockerels. $1.25 each. Ad
dress W. W. Birailsford, Jr., Manning.
Died last Saturday in Manning at
the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John P. Thames, Quincy, their eldest
child. He was in his sixteenth year,
andl would have gradluatedl at the local
gradled school next year. lie was a
bright and energetic boy, and liked'
by all who knew him. He contracted
malaria fever in the summer, but only
took seriously ill on Christmias. eve,
Eyes Exantihed' Glasses Fitted
.J. E. ARANT, PH. G.
oawad b e)l iir thg;la 4 ing :oui,
tety, on utaday attrngIq. We ai.
eetely' sympathag 29 th, the be ve4
family to their a out of tr'oube.;
Se'veral hundred bushels of earl
burt oats, Rust Proof Oats' ad white
corn now in stock. W. P, LEGG,
Mr. C. I. .Touelbberry of Remini
was in Manning last week, and
brought us a gallon of his.."Prideof
Vineland". syrup. This -syrup is jugt
a little better than any Georgia ctu's
or any other syrup' shipped here. --It
is put up in the most modern cans
and each can. has his label on it.
This gentleman is one of Clarendon's
most progressive farmers, and we
hope others will follow in his foot
steps by getting their produce made
up in merchantable manner, so -that
our money can be kept at home, 'in
stead of going abroad for things that
really belong to us. We have no
doubt that 14r. Touchberry will be
glad -to give any information is to
the production ' per gallon of his
syrup. However, we have tried it and
can.highly recommend it to merchants
and others who like good syrup.
Just arrived two cars of fine Tim
othy hay and three more coming soon.
W. P. LEGG,
i'or the first time this year we
have one or two Buicks in stock. Any
one wanting a Buick will please place
their order with us at onpe as you
understand how hard it is to get a
Buick when ieti want it. 60-in. tread.
Sumter Sales Company,
-2t. Sumter, S. C.
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Every member of the Method'st
church is urged to be present on next
Sunday morning. A matter of great
importance will be presented. No
All persons are hereby warned not
to hunt or trespass on my land lo
cated near Sardinia.
R. A. BURGESS.
Services at the Methodist Church.
Manning Methodist Church, Dr.
Watson B. Duncan, Pastor.
Sunday School at 10:30 A. M., Mr.
Joseph Sprott, Superintendent.
Men's Bible Class at same hour,
Hon. Charlton DuRant, Teacher.
Preaching at 11:30 A. M., and 7:30
P. M., by the Pastor.
Morning Subject: "The Beatitude
Evening Subject: "The Fall and
Restoration of Simon Peter."
Epworth League at i P. M., Mr. J.
B. Cantey, President.
Sunday School at Trinity at 3 P.
M. Preaching at 4 P. M.
'.Prayer Service on Thursday at 4
P. M., followed by the Teacher-Train
Public cordlially invited to all ser
Several good mules and horses will
be soldl Saturday, the 13th, at the
Court HTouse sqluare.
MRS. L. C. LESESNE,
W. T. LESESNE,
A car of 135 barrels lime to be
shipped fro mthe kiln for me today.
W. P. LEGG.
The Habit of Taking Cold.
With many people'taking cold is a
habit, but fortunately one that is easi
ly broken. Take a cuzd sponge bath
every morning when you first get out
of bed--not ice cold, but a tempera
ture of about 90 dlegrees. F. Also
sleep with your windlow upi. Do this
and you will seldom take cold. When
you (10 take cold take Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy and get ridl of it as
quickly as possible. Obtainable every
I wvill be at the following places on
the dantes named below, to take re
turns of Personal Property. If you
(d0 not make returns, a 60 per cent.
penalty will be adlded for non-return;
so meet me on the dates namedl below
and save yourself, as well as the
Paxville, Mondlay, January 15.'
Pinewood, Tuesday, Jdnuary 16.
Rimmii, WVednesday, January 17.
C. W. Brown's Store, Thursday,
Summerton, (Magistrate's office)
Tuesday, January 19.
St. Pauls, Saturday, January 20.
Davis Cross Roads(1, Manday, Jan
-Davis Station, Tuesday, January 23.
Jordna, Wednesday January 24.
'H. A. Alsbrooks, 'rhursday, Jan
Foreston, Friday, January 26.
Wilsons Mill, Saturday, January
A. . Chandler's, Monday, Febru-.
Barron's Mill, Tuesday, Februarv 0.
IW. D. McF'addens, Wednesday, 1' eb
ruary 7. '
A new Car of I
get what you Want of
* 0'F F
Turbeville's Store, Thursday, Feb.
New Zion, Friday, February 9.
Alcolu, Monday, February 12.
A.. P. BURGESS,
Auditor Clarendon County.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Most
"I have taken a great many bottles
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and
every time it has cured me. I have
found it nost effectual for a hacking
cough and for colds. After taking
it a cough always disappears," writes
J. R. Moore, 'Lost Valley, Ga. Ob
To Court House Bonds - ..$60,000.00
By Accumulated Sinking
Fund -- -- --- - . - 7,165.10
To Balance Due . . - -$52,834.90
To County Bonds $10,000.00
and $20,000.00 - - -- -$30,000.00
By Accumulated Sinking
Fund - - - - -- -- -- 11,670.25
To Balance Due - - - -$18,329.75
To Loan 1916. Notes . -$20,000.00
By Amount in Treasury Ap
plicable to same . . . - 12,637.30
To Balance Due - - - -$ 7,362.70
Ordinary Property and Road Tax
Pledged to secure this.
Unpaid approved claims to
date - .. .. .- - - _ _$17,043.19
Available for County Purposes
The above is correct as far as I
have checked up. There will be some
more claims from 1916 to be adjusted
which will be given in next report.
Having nothing to start with, and
as yet having made no arrangements
to get money to pay for current ex
penses, I ask the commissioners and
all citizens to carefully note condi
tions of roads and bridges and report
same to me.
Don't do any work expecting pay
for it unless I tell you to do it.
J. E. KELLY.
Fourth Quarterly Report County
482 J W Heriot mag salary 112.50
483 Bank of Manning trial Willie
Bethune, Lee County 351.65
484 F M Graham lum rd wk 30.18
485 Theodore V Gray, sal $50.00
and expenses $2.00 52.00
486 R W Corbett gd ch gang , 30.00
487 Willie Ridgway gd ch gang 35.00
488 L L Wells co treas sal 112.50
489 John W Heroit stationery 3.00
490 E B Brown wk gd jury
20.00 Box Rent .45 20.45
491 J MI Peavey rural policeman 75.00
492 J M F'lcmming sup e g 50.00
498 L R Barwick mag constable '18.75
494 L S Barwick mag salary 25.00
495 A J Richbourg mag sal 75 00
496 H A Richbourg const sal 25.00
497 M D Baird mag salary 25.00
498 Monroe Bairdl const sal 18.75
499 E M Bradham mag sal 50.00
500 W J Wilson const sal 31.83
501 W E Hodge, ,const sal 18.75
502 .J E Richbourg mag salary 25.00
503 D H Hardy const sal 18.75
504 W E Flemming mag sal 25.00
505 E J Browne sup t dI sal . 300.00
506 R T Touhberry -gd c g 36.00
507 John b Broom wh court h 6'.00
508 Hannibal White .wk furn 4.00
509 E~ B Gamble jI rept July 25.20
510 E B Gamble
511 E B Gamble jI rept Sept 63.20
512 E B Gamble jail rept Aug 38.40
513 E B Gamble sal dlepty 337.50
5141 E B Gamble on salary 250.00
515- E B Gamble convey lun 13.20
516 E B Gamble convey lun 8.35
517 E B Gamble convey lup 12.05
518 JTohn Be~thune sal co farm 70.00
519) H L~ Wilson e~x lun & poor 13.50
520 W P Legg hay ch gang 32.44
521 Katherine M Richardson
canning club 150.00
522 Plowden Hdw Co Sup ch g 144.50
522 Frank King Janitor & ex 38.50
524 L L Wells court expenses 831.75
625 Manning Water Works
water jail & et house 17.88
526 B A Johnson sup rd & c g 240.23
526-b Harvey W Mitchum lum 3.42
527 M W Hudson lumber 11.23
Notice is hereby given,.. that pur
suant to a resolution of the Boardl
of Directors, a meeting of the stock
holders of Gerald-Davis Company, a
corporation, will be hexd at the o0fiee
of Purdy & O'Bryan, in Manning S.
C., on the 31st (lay of Januar 117;
at eleven o'clock In the morn ng, for
the purpote of conslidering a resolu
tion for said1 corporation to gointo
liquidlation, wind up its affairs and
dissolve. By order of Board of Di
JOHN D. GlDRALD,
Secretary andl Trasurer.
Manning, S. C., Dec. 27, 1916.-4t.
The Quinine That poes Wot f0*The Head
Because of its tonic slajeative qtecrA XA
TIVi BROMO UINitEe bettertban ordnary
Culinne and doe dt cause nlfervuateae nor1
do gin is bea. Reemr the %i name 4n
. t , Sa d
ine Mules just received,
Lt of this lot.
527-b John W Perry lumber 83.00
528 John Jordan wood 3.00
529 John D Brown wk ct house 4.50
530 J" H Raven lumber 54.17
531. D E & F J Turbeville lum 27.52
32 sup ch gang 96.50
534 B A Johnson sup poor 23.00
535 " " sup ch g 160.85
536 E B Brown salary 25.00
537 R T Touchberry gd c g /30.00
538 J M Peavey rural policeman 75.00
539 John W Perry lumber 36.17
540 Willie Ridgway gd ch gang 35.00
541 J M Flemming su c g 50.00
542 R H Corbett gd ch gang 30.00
543 Frank King frt and drayage 1.18
544 L e " Janitor 37.50
545 E B Brown salary 25.00
546 L L Wells stamps 5.00
547 Hannibal White wk c h 2.00
548 John W Perry lumber 37.60
540 W R Davis sup ch gang 43.32
650 New Idea Co sup c g 25.50
551 Hannibal White wk c h 13.05
552 Willie Ridgeway gd c g 35.00
553 R T' Touchberry gd c g 30.00
START THlE YI
This is a weekly sa
you into the VERY 60
little money aside e
matures next Decemb~
all you'paid in. and mn
NO CHARGE AN[
jOIN. Just come in ai
'deposit. There are pla
Join our Vacation
EXTRA MONEY when
next suimmer. This (
26th. so start this wee
two weeks to catch ui
We pay 4:per cen
on all savings accoun
I . r) ST~
J I I/ 4 f1 .
All sizes. You can
554 Henry Gamble baling hay 7.50
555 J M Peavey rural policeman 75.'
556' S W Barron agent rent 400.00
657 B Ay Jhnson . sup c g 205.7
558 J. M emming .sup c g, frt 52.9
559 R H Corbett gd c g' 30.00
560 Frank King -jan c h bx 47.
561 S W Young c ch gang 28.'3
562 John F Bethune sal co farm 70.00
563 A P Burgess on salary 37.50,
664 R E Muldrow ex trial Wil
lie Bethune Lee County 14.2
565 Town of Manning sewer 400.0
566. E B Brown on salary 25.0
567 Clar Telephone Co.' rent 24.5
568 M J Morris rural police 150.0
569 T. L Wells stamps 5.00
570 A J Blackman wk c h 5.50
571 Bank of Manning ex bond 5.75
572 W R Davis salary 30 0
572-b John F Bethune sal co fm 15.
in the Hardware line here,
and to the housewife we
would say that our Kitchen
and Cooking Utensils are of
the best make and most dur
able quality. We have a very
large variety of household
needs in Hardware and it
will well pay the thrifty to
make their purchases here.
Come in and have a look
round-it will be a surpris
SAR RIGHIT BY
vings plan that will cet
OD H ABiT of putting a'
ach week. The Club
er. when you get back
ore too, for we allow
> NO FORMALITY TO
id make the first smallj
ns of payment to suit
Club and have a little
you get yoL r vacation
lub started December1
k. ypu will have only
~. Come in and see our