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find big sa
slnning as Second-Glass Matter.
L00O per year in Advance
[ESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1921
veeLr., and we think, and hope, that ouri
'oncering the public well before casting
hieaded'c udelega tion and one which we be
es. It will n ot he amniiss to rem ind our
(d lbe dlone to p~erha ps lighten the heavy
ry inig to shoulder. Conditions arie such
We mast econoizi'e, or the hanad of'
v'hich we have toiled for years and year's
k(es muc~h miore mnttiey to run the govern
a. Il owuer, thle salar ies of oar county
veralI yearis, hut a few more11 ofliials have
it Lakes miore( to pay off.
rited $X,000 for' two ('ommuni111ty nluises
id by the taxpa yer's. We wvill not say
at we do think tha t it is an unni iecessariy
hea rdl, the taxpaiyers would be glad to
are madite to (come0 acrloss with is Ior the
Ie to get the exact aimounlt thIiis bill calls
v that for thiis ollice thell ta xpayers pa id
1e year 1 1920. Notw, if condilitions1 were
rough such a crlis is, it mia y (d0 very wvell
weC see it, th is ollice coulId be abol ished,
Oplini ou is a wise'0( and pogress ive stepi.
d helpl everybody. And11 too, weV canoiit
r'oads; the refor e we say th'is is a goodl
the TOmalito (Club and (Colimunity Nurse
of ta xa1tioni, but we' do know there wvill
on-- --it will help. We write this ini a
y' jisonal, hut it is a pulic maitteri, and
pon11. WVe have been asked repeatedly
iOns commiiil( -ted onl abo~ve', anid hope we
y, huei( close5 to thei line, let the chips fall
ill that is piossibile at this criit ical timei.
ni that he will endeavor to abolish all of
I the' cominig legislature. lbis idea is to
will s('rv( the ent ire c'ounity. This we
te mor e a uthioity an ld save the (counity a
to triy manoy cases that wouldl naturally
we as Salli lcommunity~ mlove' forward(, stand
canh be lbu Itione anlswer' from the ener'l
hie past, let's rectify them. If we have
r them, or searcih out new ones, and im
for the door is the man who gets there.
mcs in thenac hoor .hads.
ve You A
If Not, IV
1 we paid
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TAKEN UP-One Marc Mule, club
footed in right foot, owner can have
same by applying to .1. M. Tote at
St. Paul, and paying expenses.
'J. Lm. Tote, St. -Paul, S. C. 1-3t-p
WANTED-A saleslady. For further
information apply to I. I. Appelt at
The Times office.
LOST-On last Friday one dark
browi Shepherd and Bind dog
mixed. Rosa Crosland, Manning
JUST RECEIVED a shipment of
Gar~den Pea Seed. All varieties.
Dickson Drug Stoie.
["OR SA LE-Offer million goodl strong
Wakefield cabblage plants, ready
for shipment .Jan. 15th, One dollar
seventy-five cnts thousand, four
thousand1( and over, dollar t ifty cent3
thousand, shiipping point. Now
its the time to set lahnts for early
cabbage. G. J. [Derrick, Lancaster,
S. C. I -3t..pd.
C~OA L,, COA [--I ami inl ai positiont to
furnhih you with domestic block
coalI, also steam coal, in car lots, I
hav'e it rolling, and can divert to
yon. J1. P. Commander, Sumter,
S. C. 52-4t-e.
GASOLINE SYSTiEM-Oil Tanks and
Pumps, Air Coinpressors, Coinput
ing Scales, Show Cases, Account
Registers, Floor Scales, Rebuilt
(Cash Registers, Safes, Store Fix
*tures. The Hamilton Sales Co.,
Columbia, S. C. No.5-tt.
NOTICE TO'( CRIEDITlORIS -
All persons havinag cla imis a gainst,
the Estate of Charles Allen McIaddin,
deceased will present them duly at
tested. And those owing said Estate
will make payment to the undler
('d, qgualifiedl E>:eeutors of the
Margeret. C. McF'addin,
S. A. Sauls,
Manning, S. C., Dec. 17, 1920
STATlE 01" SOUJTI[ CAROLINA
County of Clarendon
By J1. MI. Windhaim, Prohate .1t~Jd
Whereas, Ellison C. Ashell
suit to mle to grant him Letters of
ministration of the Estate and~ of
of I .awrence B. A sbell.
These are ,the refore, to cite aim
mon ish all and singularu the K in
andl Credlitors of the said Lawrent
Asbell deceased ,thlat they be and m
pea r before me, in the Court of
bate, to he held at Manning on the
day of .January next, after publics
hereof, at 11 o'clock in the foren
to show cause. if nny thny havni
the s:iid Administration should not be
Given uneIr my hand this 18th (lay
of December, Anno Domini, 1920.
.J. M. Windham,
hg Judge of Probate.
All persons are hereby forbidden to
hunt or trespass, in any way or form
tipon the lands of Mrs. Emma F.
Rodgers in Clarendon County. Per
sons so doing will be prosecuted un
Icer penalty of the law for trespass
L. A. BROADWAY,
--eSummerton, S. C.
At a meeting of the Board of Direc
Lors of The Cla rendlon Hardware,
Co0., D)ecember 24th, it was dcidedl to
increase capital stock from $5,000.00
to $10,000.00 of said Clarendon
lIIardware Co., applying to secretary
>f State for increase charter.
Clarendon H-ardwvare Co.
STATiE OF SOUTII CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon
Bly J. MI. Windham, Probate .Judlge:
Whereas, Lottie G. McCutchen made
suit to me to grant her Letters of
Administration of the Estate and ef
rects of T1homas M. McCutchen.
These are, therefore, to cite and
dlmon ish all and singular the Kind
red and Creditors of the said Thomas
d. McCutchen deceased, that they be
~ind appear before me, in the Court of
Probate, to be held at Manning on
17th day of JIanua ry next, after pub.
lication hereof, at 11 o'clock in
forenoon, to show cause, if any tI
have, why the said Administrat.
<houldl not be granted.
Given under my hand this 30th ('
.)f D~ecember, Anono Domini, 1920.
J1. M. Windham.
pdl. - Judge of Proby
ndlersignedl hereby give niot
' ill file with the .Secrete
of South Carolina at
- tooni on the 10th day of J -
1a wvritten Declaration -
for a Charter for Corporatioti
- own as; "W. J. TrIIbeville, In
e d,"' to have its principal plaec
ess at Tfurbeville, S. C., thc
'ature of business it proposes
general mercantile business
of c'apital stock to he ont
dollars diverted into 4C
the par value of Lv1enty-fivt
flyv per cent of the proposeI
toek has been subscribed and
twenty per '-ent of amount
patid in. Tfhat after dlue nio
* eting of subscribers has beer
W. .J. TIurbeville and Ila L,
b e elected (directors. W. ,J
e, President and Ila L. Tur
ected Secretary and Treasur
W. ,J. TURBEVILLE:,
[LA L,. TURREVILiL
it this Sali
For Eczema , and Skin Diseases, Us<
-0 cents and $1--money back if i
does not help you. Sold by Dicksor
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
SUMMONS FOR RELIEF
J. A. Weinberg, Plaintiff,
Georgian Green, Tames Green, San
Green, Emma Green, Henry Brown
the elder, William Johnson, Dais)
.Johnson, Matthew Johnson (some.
times called Buster Johnson), Nor.
veil Browvn, Henry Brown, th<
younger. Solomon Johnson and A. G
I. Stack, Defendants.
Tfo The Defendants above named:
You are hereby summonedl and re.
quired to answer the complaint in this
action of which a copy is herewvitl
servedl upon you, andl to serve a copy
lof your Answer to said Complaint ot
thIje subscr~ihm. H. Stukes at hi3
offiee im the Towvn of Manning, S. C.
withim twenty dlays after the servict
hereof, exclusive of the day of suet
service; and if you fail to answer th<
comlam t within the time aforesai<
the plaintiff herein will apply to th<
Martin & Co.,
81 Broad Street OR
New York (ity, N. Y.
'Court for the relief demanded inl the
Complint.T. H. Stukes,
To the defendants William Johnson
a'nd Henr"y Brown, the' elder:I
TAKE NoTICE. that the Summnons
anid Complaint and Notice of Appli
cation for Ap~pointment of a Guardian
AD LITEM were filed inl the office~sf
Clerk of Court of Common Pleas for
Clarendon County, South Carolina, onl
November 26'th, 1920 and are now onl
file in Said office.
Dated this January 4th, 1921.
T. H. Ste"us
1-0-.Plin if' A t rn y
Glase Ftte, rote
SUMT R, . C
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Edmud A Feder
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