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This is the most complete, up-to-dat
brand new merchandise ever brought
neither pains nor expense to place bef<
at attractive prices, and whether you
priced article, we have it, but in every
of the price.
A most excellent assortment of all s
SUITS and COATS-Bolivia, Trico
Poplin, $19.75 and up.
DRESSES-Serges, Tricotine, Duv;
back Satin, Crepe de Chine and Crepe I
SKIRTS-Plaids and Plain-Accor
$6.75 and up.
BLOUSES-Jersey, Tricolette, Cre]
PETTICOATS-Jersey, Satin, Cho
FURS-A beautiful line, womens
childrens, $7.50 and up.
Remember, we have Dresses, Coats
A complete line of Brassieres, Goss
lin and Silk Underwear, Hand Bags, et
For the baby, a nice assortment of
Mrs. W. B. Wall has just returned
kets, where she bought the best stock
the State. While there she engaged I
You will find here hats of style, qui
and up; KNICKERBOCKER ,Hats $
For children we have "Lids for Kid
School days are nearly here and the
Ito clothes for the young folks. We<
complete stock of clothes, shoes and h.
For girls we have a splendid assort
For boys we have Dubblebilt, six n
and Sealpax Athletic underwear.
These ai6 only a few of the good th
Ready-to-Wear andl Millinery
Infant's and Children's
D~ry Goods andl Notions
Meni's and Boy's Furnishings
WHEN IN MANNING MAKE T
Rest Rooms, cool water, electric
YOUR PATRONAGE IS MOST
Clarendon's Store of Quality
I and 4th
and Millinery !
6, and most reasonably priced stock of
to this part of the State. We have spared
>re you this merchandise of QUALITY,
want a low priced, medium priced, or high
instance there is 100 per cent value back
izes, styles and shades for women, misses
tine, Silvertone, Serges, Twill Veloir and
rtine, Charmeuse, Tricolette, Satin, Crepe
Vleteor, $14.75 and up.
lion, Box Plaits, Leather Trimmed, etc.,
)e. de Chene, Georgette and Voile, $2.00
mngeable Silk, $6.75 and up.
and misses, $20.00 and up;. Juniors and
and Suits in Stouts up to size 56.
trd and Warner Corsets, Sweaters, Mus
Dresses, Caps, Gowns, Bootees, etc.
from the New York and Baltimore mar
of millinery ever brought to this part of
/Iiss Butler, an experienced and compe
tlity and artistic workmanship, for $5.00
8.00 and up; GAGE Hats $15.00 and up.
3" $2.75 and up.
mothers' thoughts are beginning to turn
aan sup)ply your needs as we have a most
its for boys and girls.
ment of wash dresses, middie suits and
ionths guaranteed suits, Kaynee Blouses
~ngs we have for the school boys and girls.
Furniture, Rugs - House Furnishings
Jewelry, Silverware and Novelties
Hardlware and Agricultural Implements
Retail Grocery and Meat Market.
HIS STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS.
ranis, and elevators for your comfort.
ES IN ONE
Manning, South Caronan
And Disbursements of Road Funds, in
Sardinia District No. 28.
At the campaign meeting at New
Zion, Mr. R. E. McFadden, a candidate
for Supervisor, 'made the statement
that the commissioners had used only
a part of their road funds, and that
there was a balance of over three
hundred dollars that had been used by1
I disputed the statement, and asked
the Chairman to appoint three men to
investigate and find out the facts; this
not having been done, I think that the
disposition of the funds should be
known, which is as follows:
Road tax collections --------$453.00
Vehicle Tax collections _..--180.00
Turned in to the Treasury on July
the 9th 1920.
Total collected .....-....$633.00
The above fund was disbursed as
May the 1st, R. E. McFadden ..$27.40
May the 1st, L. B. McFadden ..20.00
May the 1st E. W. Rose -- -- --20.00
Paid to' R. E. McFadden.
June the 7th, J. D. McFadden-113.80
June the 7th R. D. McFadden ..10.70
June the 11th The Battery .....-87.00
By order R. E. McFadden.
Aug the 2, Christal Store -- ----7.66
Aug. the 9th, Dr. T. M. McCutchen
.-- ..-........- ...- ..- ..-_- -- 12.00
Aug. the 19, Henry Burgess .. _.4.00
Aug. the 19, R. E. McFadden - 35.00
Aug. the 19, Guy C. McFadden...12.00
Paid to Rt. E. McFadden.
Aug. the 19, L. 11. McFadden ......9.00
By order R. E. McFadden.
Aug. the 19, N. C. McFadden .....3.00
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On account of r
leave, and I wvill b
the case we wvill b
erturn, which I ht
time we expect tc
others as a medil
Until Mr. Muss
calls for Hog Cho
I is dloing this worn
6 It has been a p~
you, which we ho1
Sept. the 6, Black River Cypress Co.
by order R. E. McFadden ---19.24 1
Oct. the 7, P. D. McFadden, paid to R. 181
E. McFadden..--. -...-..46.50 are
Oct. the 14, Vehicle License Plates a s
Dc.---------.----...... .----.12.00 20t
-De. the 17, R. D. McFadden ..,-26.00 Hu
Dec. the 17, W. N. Rush ---- ----7.00 Wc
Dec. the 20, T. 11. McFadden ----.39.65 to
By order R. E. McFadden. Fri
Jan the 7, L. B. McFadden ---.-56.24
Feb. the 13, H1. 11. Garland --- 35.63 FO
E. W. Rose -- -- -- -- -- ----10.80 t
By order R. E. McFadden. A
In connection with above, not more
than half of the chain gang expense
were paid by the district while they
were working in the district.
We gave Mr. McFadden a verbal or
der to get culverts, he has never re
ported how many he got, and has
never offered to pay for them.
We put in the district 34,745 feet of
lumber that cost $1,590.50 and we paid
for hauling, labor and nails, making
a total of $1,921.53 that was put. in the
district that they did not pay for.
J. E. KELLY,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
SUMMONS FOR RELIEF
Ilarmani P. Strange, J. Splilman
Strange and S. Elizabeth James,l
Martha Strange, Sudie Rowe, Mayj
Hite, Maria Mitchell, Ollie Ayer,
Blanche Jolly, Thomas J. Black and
Willie Pearl Strange, Defendants.i
TO THE DEFENDANTS:
Martha Strange, Maria Mitchell,
Ollie Ayer, Blanche Jolly, Thomas J.
Black and Willie Pearl Strange.
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED
and required to answer the amcnded
complaint in this action, of which a
copy is herewith served upoln you, and
to serve a copy of your ansver to the
said amenl(led complaint on the sub
scriber at his oflice in Manning, S. C.
within twenty days after the service
thereof, exclusive of the day of such
service; and if you fail to answer the
amended complaint within the time
aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action
will apply to the Court for tile relief
denandeld ill the amended complaint.
AND TAKE NOTICE that the
Summons and anjenl(led complaint in
the above stated action were filed in
tile offlice of the Clerk of Court of
Common PICas for said county and
; LZIW Oi Augu.,t, 17, 11'0
Dated August 18, A. 1). 1920.
33-4t Plaintiff's Attorney.
NOTICE OF DISCHARGE
I will apply to the Judge of Probate
for Clarendon County, on the 20th
(lay of September, 1920, for Letters
of Discharge as Executor of the
Estate of David R. Reaves, deceased.
J. T. Stukes,
;ank & Ti
The Bank That Serves
n~y health the Bank has given n
e away from the Bank for some
C compelledl to dliscontinlue thiS<
>pC to be not later' than Septemb
again offer this c:olumn to the
am of exchange.
er's reCturnl the Bank wvill be g
lera work and turn them over ti
c and( is occup)ying my office.
ieasure for both the Bank andi
>e and~ expec~t to continute to do.
C. A. McF'ADII
it. HIome Bank andtl Trust Conn1
W. 0. W. NOTICE!
,11 members of Live Oak Camp No.
and all Woodmen of this county
invited and urged to be present at
)ecial call niceting on Friday, Aug.
a at 8 o'clock P. M. to hear S. J.
frnian from Charleston talk on
odcraft and other things of benefit
the camp. Don't forget the date
clay night, August 20th.
C. H1. Mathis, C. C.
R SALE-One Ford Sedan; prac
ically new. Edwin L. Johnson,
lanning, S. C.
Good Roads, Good Schools,
and Good Neighbors in Red
Clay Section of North Flor
ida, adapted to general
farming, cattle and hog
raising; any size farm $20 to
$50 per acre.
For information write
J 0 H N P A S C 0, Monticello, Rorida.
How many times have
"I'd give a dollar to feel
Try this dollar for a
bottle of Anti-Ferment
and just see how many
times you can feel right.
A "Ask Those Who
Have Used it"
For Mild Disorders of
the Stomach and Bowls.
C an extendedi
time, this being
~olumn until my
er 1st, at which
lad to .take all
>Dr. WoodI who
myself to serve