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MANNING. S. NOV. 6 1907.
Publishes A!l County and Town Of ficial Advertisements. Advert;-:rs- will please re Irembi that, copy for a chanige of ad. NlsT be in this oiie by Satur:. V Noon in order to riuire tublication :: following week. W. Z. Jenkinson Co. Always in the Lead. It matters not what you need in Drv Goods, Shoes, Clothing, Dress Goods, Millinery, or Furniture, you can always find the best Goods, and the cheapest Goods and the largest and best assortments at W. E. Jenkinson Co. Push, push, and never give up is our only motto. You can get the best Suits of Cloth ing to be found in this part of the State at $10, $12.50 and $15. We have the most. complete line of Pants we have ever shown at $1.50 to $5 per pair. The largest line of Children's Cloth ing to be found in this town at our store, from $1.25 to $5 per Suit. Ladies, we have the most elegant line of Hats ever shown in this town at the prices we offer them. Do you need a new set of Furniture, an Iron Bed, or a nice Suit of Chairs, you can get them right here at our store at the lowest prices. Do you need a nice Organ for the church or for your house? You can get it right here from us just for one-half you can get it from the agents that travel the country. W. E. JENKINSON CO. Remember the living picture show tonight. Mr. R. D. Clark returned Saturday fre,. the exaosition. The gamesters are making the birds seek cover these days. Everybody is going out to ;ee the living pictures tonight. Dr. J. B. Richardson of Pinewood was in Manning yesterday. Hon. 0. C. Scarborongh of Summer ton spent Monday in town. Mr. E. R. Plowden killed a deer in Black River Swamp last week. Died in tbe Fork last Saturday the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Craw ford. There will be preaching at Fellow ship church Sunday at 4 p. m., by the pastor Rev. J. N. Tolar. A few cents worth of cheap paint on a store front will not answer in the place of newspaper advertising. Mrs. Joseph Sprott., State President of the W. C. T. U., left last Monday to attend tbe National Convention at Nashville, Tenn. Do not forget that Miss Mary T. Nance will deliver an addi ess at Pax ville tomorrow evening. The acad emy should be packed. Died last Thursday at his home near Seloc, Mr. T. R. Roberson, aged 56 years. The funeral took place Friday at Gibbon's burying ground. The clerk of the court sold at public outcry last Monday the lands of the et tate of S. R. Epps which brought $2000 Charlton DuRant Esq., as attorney was tbe bidder. Dr. J. F. Geiger of Lexington, the father of Doctors Charles B,. and J. Frank of this place, has been quite ill, he is now in Manning at the home of Dr. Charles B. Geiger. Judging from appearances _a pretty visitor to this town has captivated a young professional man which report says is already engaged to be married A hint to the wise is as effective as a kick from a mule. The Ladies Aid Society of Bethel church will give a festir it the home of Mr. G. W. Burgess '.t arsday night November 21st. The supper will con sist of barbecue, turkey, salads, etc. The public is cordially invited. Dr. John Kline of Waterboro, spent Thursday night in Manning to visit his father's boyhood friend Mr. Aaron Lor yea. Dr. Kline is a very pleasant gen leman, and his unexpected visit was a happy surprise to the Loryea family. We have received a communication from Charleston nominating a gentle man for office. This letter containing this nomination was shy of our fee five :ollars for candidate cards, and will therefore not be published unlti the necessary incent we is produced. There will be a hot supper at the home of Mr. S. W. McIntosh on Friday night the 22nd inst., for benefit of the 'orkman Methodist church. The public is cordially invited to attend and spend a pleasant evening and at the same time help out a good cause. At this season of the -year the malls get quite heavy, and the patrons of the Manning postoffice can be of much help to the working force if they will deposit their mail earlier. By doing so mis takes are avoided, and a prompt des patch of mail matter is assured. There was a shooting scrape in Sum merton Monday evening in which Gus Watson was killed by Silas Wilds, both negroes. Tha murderer immediately left for parts unknown. coroner Tobias held an inquest, and the jury rendered a verdict charging Wilds with the mur der. The town authorities should not per mit'the fire company to have the fire bell rung unless there is a fire. Last night the regular fire alarm was given calling the firemen for practice which unnecessarily alarmed the people. A signal, say of three taps of the bell for practice might do, but it is wrong to wring an alarm unless there is a tire. It isnever done inany town. Clarendon made an ext allent show ing at the State fair this year. Mr. W. T. P. Sprott of Foreston, who of late years has devoted much attention to stock raising carried otf two first prizes for hogs, and a first prize for butter. If more farmers would give attention to such matters they would be more independent, and the editor would occasionally get a ham. The missionary societies of Harmony Presby tery, held a convention in the Manning Presbyterian Church begin -g last Sunday. Rlev. W. B. McEl waine, missionary to Japan preached morning and evening. In the afterno on Rev. F. H- Wardlaw delivered an ad dress. Monday morning Rev. W. S. Porter of Summerton opened the exer cises with prayer. The following olficers were elected: Mrs. A. R. Woodson, Manning. President; Mrs. J. R. Wilk erson. laishopville, Vice President: Miss Alice Cooper. M.yesville, Record ing Secretary; Mrs. D. J. Winn, Sum ter corresponding See-tary; Miss Ty son English, Bishopvilie, Secretary of oung people's work; Miss Lillie Ervin Kingstree. Secretary of Literature; Mrs. G. H. Lenoir. Camden. Treasur er. Executive Committee; Mrs. W. M. Piowden Manning: Mrs. J. M. Brad ley, Mid way: and Miss Sallie Burgess. Simerton. The next meeting will bE It will be noted elsewhere that Hlon. Henry B. Richardson of Pinewood ias a card in this issue, discountenancing the movement to cut off part of Fulton and Calvary townihios. which is indeed gratifying to us, as the report which reached us mile the impression that he and his relatives endorsed the pro ject. We think i, would be well for the petition to be published, so the public may know who is who, and also make known the fact that no natiis appear on tho petition unauthorized. We are glad Majcr licihardson is not forgetful of the kindness shown him by the people of clarendon in a pohti cal way. Blotches. pimples. coarse pores, blackheads are unsightly and denote impure blood. Hollister Rocky Moun tain will drive them away. 35c. Tea or Tablets. Dr. V. E, Brown & Co. We understand there are some indi viduals ac Pinewood abusing Ti:: TIES editor for opposing the move ment to cut off a portion of the countv to give to Sumter. Those people who are doing this abusing should remem ber that men have a right to their views. and as long as this is a man's right THE TDi.Es editor will exercise it regardless of the opinions of others. In the judgment of THE Ti:iEs editor there is no necessity to cut off a portion of this county to add to another county, and we believe there are many signers to the petition who were not fully in formed. But let that be as it may. we do not. see how Governor Ansel can order the election until the evidence that the cut will not put Clarendon below the constitutional limit. Should however, the governor order an elec Iion it will be enjoined and the whole business stopped until there has been a survey of the county. We said in a former issue it would not make much difference if we lost Fulton, we intend ed to add, provided we could get the township Greeleyville is located in from Williamsburg. if we could get this it wou!d probably even up things so far as valuation is concerned, and give to us a larger number of a desira ble citizenship. As we are now situa ted Clarendon cannot afford to lose Fulton or an_ other township, and there will be every legal efiort made to prevent it. If we are to be abused by some at Pinewood for this position, we can say to those doing the abusing to continue to their hearts content, we can stand it, and in the language of the notorious Henry Smith, "don't give a Billy." If I had J. D.'s money said old man Swain, I would make everybody happy from Oregon to Maine; You don t need money, just be free, Give your family Rocky Mountain Tea. Dr. W. E. Brown & Co. Elsewhere the senator has published a notice for a mass meeting to be held December 3, which is the first Monday in Dec. and there should be a full rep resentative attendance. Last year a similar meeting was called, and for which the senator was criticized, his critics took the position that he should have gone on and made provision for the bonding of the county for u. new court horse without having a consulta tion with the tax payers but the senator thought otherwise, he believing that whenever there is a matter involving so much it is but proper to consult those who will have to pay. and as long as the present serator is in office he will do this very thing. Therefore it is urged that a large turn out be had, that the matter of building a new court ouse might be discussed in a business like way. The senator realizes the need of a safe building for the public records and is in favor of a modern fire proof court house hith the proper con eniences and comfort for jurors, he thinks the county is standing in its own light as long as it is content with the present court house-it is a false conomy, but that is his personal view,! ut in the logislature he is represent ng a constituency, not himself. Let very property owner feel an interest n his county's welfare to attend this mneeting. Besides the 'court house proposition here are a number of other matters wich can be profitably discussed. the eeting can do no harm and may re ut ia accomplish:ng good. It is to be oped there will be no persons present o oppose for personal or political rea sons if there be opposition let the oppo sition be on its merits, and not because f a personal dislike for the senator, or ven a political antagonism to the sen tor as was the case at the last meet ng. It is now only a short time before the Annual Fall Festival to be held in harleston and the people are making nquiries and discussing the trip. Char eston is always very attractive at this eason of the year, and the plans an ounced by the Festival Association his year seem very interesting and at ractive. Among the big features the Military will be very prominent, for quads from the various companies of he 1st, 2nd and 3rd Regiments are to nter a competitive, prize drill, after which there will be a grand parade, participated in by regulars, from Fort Moultrie, Marines from the Charleston Navy Yard, members of the South Carolina Volunteer troops, Naval Mil itia and Cadets of the South Carolina Military Academy and the Porter Mil itary Academy. Trades, floral and fan tastic parades, an automobile exhibi tion on the Battery, motor boat races in the harbor, excursions, band con erts. free shows on squares and tent shows at cross streets, are among the attractions featured. The railr-oads in the State have made a rate of one fare, plus 25 cents for the rouud trip, and already the hotels are receiving applications for rooms. Among the side trips when visiting Charleston are the Navy Yard, whern there has just been completed one of largest and finest dry dock-s in the country. Fort Sumter, Fort Moultrie, Sullivans Island, the Isle of Palms, e c. The dates are November 18 to z3, and the tickets are sold two days or more ahead and are good to return until November 25. *Citizens Meeting. The taxpayers of Clarendon county are called together in mass meeting at the court house in Manning Monday; the 2rd, day of December, for the pur pose of meeting with the members of the general assembly to discuss mat ters pertaining to the affairs of the county. The main object of the meet ing is to learn from the taxpayers their views on various matters of legislation, andi whether or not they would be wih ling for their Representatives to make pro ision for a court house. LoL-is APPELT, Senator. A Card. The petition which has been circul lated h'et-c looking to tihe annexing of parts of Calvary and Faiton townships Ito Sumter county,. was oresented to me for the first time last week. i refused to sign it, as I amI oppose.1 to the pro Iject. I have lived all myv life in Clar endon and do no:. wish to sever my con nection with it as a citizen. The peo pe of the county having conferr-ed honors on me in the past. I deem it is due to them and to me to deline my' position. HENRY 13. RICHARDSON. Pinewood, S. C.. Nov. 2. 1907. Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar Cures all Coughs, and expels Colds trcm + he Byvtem by gently mUoving the beis. The Mass Meeting Fizzled. One of the most disgusting liascos ever known in a town where peonle arc supposed to be intelligent, and to have the courage of their convictions was pulled off last Monday afternnon In Manning. In the last issue of THE MaNNINL TIMES there appeared a call for a town mass meeting to con sider municipal affairs When the call was brought to this otliCe we predicted' then it would amount to nothing, as not even the signers to the call would be present, and it turned out as we ex Pected, several of the signers to the call did not turn up, and altogether only eleven persons responded; of course, with this handfull no meeting was held. and should not have been, but nevertheless, the lack of response to the call does not mean the taxpayers of this town are satisfied with the finan cial management. There is one thing sure. there is great dissatisfaction, and it is common to hear the question asked, "What has become of the town's in come? Why is the town head over heels in debt? Who gets the money that goes into the town treasury, and by what legal right? Who has ever investigated the accounts for which vouchers are given?" This is not ail, there are many other questions asked, and there are none to give answer. Some of the people who, not only ask pertinent questions, intimate that a showing down would open the eyes of the town, bnt these things are not said in public, they are said in the stores., and on the streets, but when it comes to call for a showing. they do not show up. There are some large taxpayers who are complaining bitterly because the council raised the tax levy from two to five mills, and they have been urging that a protest be made and an investigation had even if the courts had to be called upon; when, however, they found that a meeting where peo ple would have to show their hands was about to be called, this mouthing crew began wiggle and squirm, and make excuses. and finally had business elsewhere. when the hour arrived for the mass meeting. That class of tax payers are afraid to call their souls their own, they are dissatisfied, and in private grumble their dissatisfaction, just enough to arouse discontent in others, hoping they will bring things to a climax by their comlaints with out the exposure of themselves. Such moral cowardice is disgusting and can only invite the contempt of the town council. The flunk of thie citizens of lanning last Monday can be regarded by coun cil as an endorsement of its manage ment, its withholding from the public the income and disbursements of the treasury. That body can arrogate to itself the nerfect right to say, "the taxpayers' money is in our bands, and, regardless of the law forbidding mem bers of council being beneficiaries of the town funds, we shall do as we please, it is our own affair." The citizenship of this town does not deserve an account of Its officers' stew ardship, and if council spend every dol lar, and hurl the town in debt many times more, and increase the levy to ten mills, in tbc language of Henry Smith, "we don't give a Billy." If these mouthing grumblers can stand it we can, but there is one thing sure, they need not come whispering their complaints to us any more, because hould they do so, we shall expose their names and cowardice in these columns. You cannot be well if you have a unhealthy tired out stomach neither can you feel good if by some little ir regularity in eating you have caused the stomach t3 getout of order. These little stomach tronbies are signs of in digestion. which may and very often does turn into a bad case of dyspepsia, don't allow this to go on a day without doing sowething to overcome 1t take some good reliable and safe digestant like Kodol for dyspepsia it is the best remedy known to-day for heai-tburn, belching and all troubles arising from t disortered digestion. It is pleasant to take and affords relief promptly Sold W. E. Brown & Co. Farmers' Meeting. The farmers of Clarendon County are called to meet in the city of Manning, on Monday, November the 11th, at eleven o'clock, for the purpose of mak ing arrangements to hold cottpn and place themselves in p:>sition to sell direct to foreign spinners, if possible for them to do so. B. F. EARLE, State Sec., Treas. and Corn Org. ATARRK CURED AT HOME Trial Treatment of Dr. Blosser's Catarrh Remedy Free to Sufferers. If you have catarrh of the nose. throat, or lungs. if you are constantly spitting, blowing the nose, have stopped up feeling, head noises, deafness. asthma. bronchitis or weak lungs, you can cure yourself at home by a remedy so simple that even a child can use it. It will cost you only a postal card to get a liberal free trial package of Dr. Blosser's wonderful remedy. It is sent by mail to every interested sulferer. Certainly no offer could be more liberal. The full treatment is not expensive. A pack age containing enough to last one whole month will be sent by mail for $1.00). A postal card with your name and address sent to H. Rt. B3OGER, Manning. S. C., will bring you by return mail the free trial treatment and an interesting booklet, so that you can at once begin to cure yourself privately at home. BUSlNESS LOCALS. Plain and Citron Pound Cake 25c the pound at The Manning Grocery Co. For Sale-Very select Pure Appler Seed Oats, for prices apply to R. C. Richardson, Jr., Summerton. S. C. Miss Floride lPlowden is the winner in the Corn Guessing Contest. Correct number 12I7. Lucky Guess 1215. The Manning Grocery Co. Appropriate Weddinc' and Birthday Gifts in Cut Glass, Imported Hand Painted China and Leather Goods at The Manning Grocery Co. Wan ted-Beef Cattle, Hogs, Cow. Peas and anything else you have to sell see us and get the highest prices. Apply to Clark & Huggings Manning, S. C. Wanted-Capable, energetic, refined woman to represent New York bufiness house, in southern territory. Refer ences required. Franco-American Hygienic Co., 1 Madison Ave., New York City. For absolute Purity, Beauty and Daintiness Whitman's is the Candy. Every piece an artistic creation. A fine cempiete line just received. Se3 our large boxes, they're beauties. The Manning Grocery-Co. Apple Butter in 21b Tins at 15c. Famous Sunbeam Apple Butter in 31b Croks at 50c. Peanut Butter 12e per jar. Codfish in 1ib Bricks at 12tc. Pickled Sickle Pears, large jar 40c. The Manning Grocery Co. F'or Sale-A highly improved tract of land containing 123 acres situated ~ miles firom Manning on road to Salem. New 5 room d wvelling that cost $1,200, eighty acres cleared. Place com pletely fenced. Apply to JT. A. Wein berg. Bake your Thauksiving and Christ as Cakes now. We have fancy Seed ed Raisins, Curran ts, Cand ieud Citron and Lemon Peel. Shredded 'ocoanut, Pulvterized Su;a r. Nuts. Eixtracts. Spices and Eggs. The Manning Gro cery Co. Tax Notice. T1he time for paying Town taxes with. out penalty- expires November 15th. Office ope'n every day and all day begining November 1st, 1907. E. J. BR1OWNE, Clerk and Treasurer Notice of Discharge. I will apply to the Judge of Pro bate for Clarendon County, on the 5th day of December, 1907, for letters of discharge as administrator of the estate of R. B. Garland, deceased. J. H. GARLAND. Adininistrator. Sardinia, S. C., November 4, 1907. Notice of Discharge. I will apply to the Judge of Pro bate for Clarendon County on the 6th day of December, 1907, for letters of dis -harge as administrator of the estate of Dorathea A. Richardson. deceased. JAMES B. RICHARDSON, Administrator. Pinewood. S. C.. November 5, 1007. Notice of Discharge. I wll apply to the Judge of Pro bate for Clarendon County, on the 5th day of November, 1907,for letters of discharge as administrator of the estate of Thomas A. Bradhaw, de ceased. J. M. BRADIIAM, Administrator. Manning, S. C., November 4, 1907. For Sale. 350 acres of land. situated about 2j niles from Manning, about 250 acres cleared and 100 in timber. Terms ap ply to W. P. EMANUEL, Alcolu, R. F. D. For Agents A Success "AlE O10 WOR[D fND 118 W9Y8' *BY Wim. Jennings Bryan. 576 Imperial Octavo Pages. 251 Su perb Engravings from photographs aken by Col. Bryan. Recounts his ,rip around the world and his visits to ill nations. Greatest book of travel ever written. Most successful book of his generation. 41,000 called for in 4 months. Write us for sample reports >f first 100 agents employed. The peo ple buy it eagerly. The agent's har est. Outfit Free. Send fifty cents to tover cost of mailing and handling. Ad Iress. The Thompson Publishing .o., St. Loius, Mo. Delinquent Land Sale. By authority vested in me by execu ion issued and directed to me by L. L. Wells, County Treasurer, I will offer or sale for cash the following parcels >f real estate on Salesday in December ext at the Court House in Manning at L2 o'clDck M. at the suit of the State tor ta::es for 1906. Sammy Swamp Augustus, Collins 12 wcres. Manning, Augustus Collins 4 acres 1 buildinz. Manning, Alice Moses one lot. Harmony, Washington James 6 acres Harmony, Mary Richardson 6 acres. Bre-vington, C. S. Scott 8 acres. Purchaser to pay for papers. E. B. GAMBLE, Sheriff Clarendon County. TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, County of Clarendon. By James M. Windham, Esq., Judge of Probate. IUHEREAS, Julia E. Bradhama and WI Thomas C. Bradham, made suit to me, to grant them Letters of admiistration of the estate and ffets of Samuel H. Bradhamn. These are therefore to cite and ad :onisha all and singular the kindred ind creditors of the said Samuel H. B~rad ham, deceased, that they be and ppea~r before me,in the Court of Pro ,ate, to be held at Manning, S. 0.. on ~he 21st day of November next after ~ublication thereof, at 11 o'clock in ~he forenoon, to show cause, if any ~hey have, why the said administra bion should not be granted..* Given under my hand, this 5th lay of November, A. D. 1907. JAMES M-. WINDHAM, [SEAL.] Judge of Probate. STATE OF SOUTH CABO'JNA, Couotl of Clarendon. COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. W. P. Anderson, John Anderson, Mary Jane Hudson, Richard E. Anderson, Mary Gamble, Levinia Burgess, WVilliam Hammett, Minnie Hamnmett and Turner Hammett, the last two named parties, to wit: Minnie and Turner Hammett by P. H. :Hammett, their duly, appointed Guardian, ad Litem, Plaintiffs against Estelle Fulwood, J. W. McLed and Mary M. Bland, Defendants. (Decree.) UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A Judgment Order of the Court of Comn mon Pleas, in the above stated ac tion, to me directed, bearing date of Otober 3, 1907, I will sell at pub lie avetion, to the highest bidder for ash, at Clarendon Court House, at Manning, in said county, within the legal hours for judicial sales, on Mon day, the 2n d day of December. 1907, being salesday, the following de scrib ed real estate: "All that tract of land in Cl.ren don County, in said State, contnin ing t wo hundred and sixteen acres, bounded on the North by waters of Black river swamp; East by lands of Moses Levi; South by the Public road leading from Kingstree to Manning and on WVest by lands of Sydney Burgess, being the tract of land which was conveyed to Milton An derson by Aaron~Weinberg. by Deed dated the 6th day of December, 1888, reco ded in office of C. C. C. P. for said County, in Book L. L., at page 635." Purchaser to pay for papers. B. B. GAMBLE, Sheriff Clarendon County. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, Clarendon Counly, COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. Burgess Bros., Plaintiffs against Sarahl McFaddin, et al, D~efendantas. Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale. UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A Judgment Order of the Court of Comn mon Pleas, in the above stated ac tion, to me directed, bearing date of October 3, 1907, I will sell at publie auction, to the highest bidder for cash, at Clarendon Court House, at Manning. in said county, within the lega.l hours for judicial sales, on Mon day, the 2nd day of December, 1907, being salesday, the following describ ed real estate: "All that piece or parcel of anc containing Twenty (20) acres. more or less. lving and situated in Claren dorn County. New Zion Township, and State of South Carolina, boun ded on the North by A. 0. Hudson R. S. Fleming and Weaver Tom'i lan d; East by lands of J. G. Gibbons South by lands of D. WV. Aldermal & S3ons' Co., and formerly belongini to the estate of Milton McIntosh an< W \est by estate of Sharper Woods. Purchaser to pyfr papers. Sheriff C1laendon Cnnnt C. S. Rigby~g SThe H ouse where you get satisfac Stion with every purchase or your *money back. * We are receiving *@ * New Goods @ * everyay-ad w want you to see! them. g We are selling the best Woman's *Shoe in the world for $1.25. Othrer *good Shoes from $1.50 upward. Big SLine of * * Blankets and Comforts. * * *just received, prices the lowest. :c. S. RGY 8 Mcteods Old stand. 8 *9 * *@ *@ *@ * * ep. *1i ,Q DID YOU DOW IT ? TAT JEN~KINSON CO. has now on their shelves the greatest Stock of r Goods that they have ever showne to the people of Clarendon County. Athing yon need in Dress Goods, Silks and Trimmings is here, and we dy our competitors to name closer prices. Did You Know It ? TAT JENKINSON CO. have now in Stock about ($10,000) Ten Thous a Dollars worth of Mens', Boy's and Childrens' Clothing and Fine Pants a Overcoats, the best Line of Goods ever landed in Manning, and our pres just a little less than elsewhere. Better Goods for less money. We do' want you to buy unless you want to, but we do want you to come an see the great and elegant Line of Men's Black Suits that we are selling a10., $12.50, and $15. per suit. Our splendid Line of Fancy Wersted uts for Men at $85, S7.50, S10, .$12.50 and .$15 per suit. We do want you to ethe splendid Line of Children's 2-piece Suits, Knee Pants and Coat, fro S1.25 to S.5.50 per suit. In short, we want to beg you to call and see rsplendid Line of Clothing before you buy. We know what we have he shape of values and we do want you to see them. Did You Know It ? AT JENKINSON CO. have now on their shelves the most eiegant Line ofMen's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes ever offered to the people of Clar lon County. H. C. Godman's Shoes for Ladies' and Cnildren, the only hse in Manning that carries this fomous line of Shoes. You people who ae been wearing the Godman Shoe for the last ten years know what rat Shoes they are. Our Line of Shoes also contains Packard & Field's rat Line of Shoes for Men, $3.50 to $4. per pair. Also King Quality yes for Men at $3.50 ank Sa. per pair. All kinds of Misses', Ladie's and ildren's Shoes at rock bottom prices. Did You Know It ? AT JENKINSON CO. h ive now in stock the most up-to-date Line of al and Winter Hou-se Furnishing Goods to be found in this town. Bed om Suits, Side Boards, China Closets, Iron Beds, Rocking Chairs, .and vrythiug in the Furniture Line. Also a full LIne of House Furnishing ods, Carpets and Mattings, Rugs and Art Squares, Window Shades, Lace rtains, Curtain Poles and all kinds of Furniture Drapery. We don t wnt you to buy of us unless you see it to your interest to do so, but we owant you to come and see our Furnitnre, ank see the low prices at wich we are selling. Did You Know It ? HAT JENKINSONi CO. has long had the largest Millinery trade of any huse in the county, and this year breaks the record. The largest and et stock of Ladies' Hats we have ever shown to the Ladies of Clarendon unty. WVe keep from thr ee to five ladies bus.. waiting on the trade in hs department and still they can't keep up with the trade. Men may cme and men may go, but we continue right on in the Millinery business. e will not insist on you to buy, but we do want you to come and see the slendid Line of Millinery Goods we have to offer and the low prices at which we are selling at. Did You Know It ? HAT W. E. JENKINSON CO. is now the oldest imercanfile business ose in tne town of Manning. All of the men that were in business 1i4 yars atro when we started have passed off the stase of action except our slves. For eleven years we served the people as a salesman in the emiplo3 fanother, and 14 years we have been in business on our own account Just one.fouirth of century we have served the people of Clarendoni County and in all thiese years we have al ways given :36 inehes to the yard and ont i ndred cents worth of goods for every dollar we have taken in. We tee tat this record should recommend us to the people of Clarendon County. epecially as we have now such splendid values to offer them. E E IRIMM DEAR PEOPLE:-We want to be your man this fall. as -we were never in position before to please you quite so well. OUR GOOD SHOES ARE BETTER than ever, and you'll And a Shoe for ever e, to comply with every idea may have, whether you pay $1.50, 3, . or s6or r Shoes money w buy, or less price for ordinary wear, you get your money's worth here, satisfaction or money back. We sell wholesale to merchants in the countrr Wx M. TURNER SHOE COS The only exclusive Shoe Store in Manning ~ +*++.++*++*+.++4.+*4.4++++.+4* 4,,&,,* | + Exchange Your Cotton Seed for Meal. z + Director R. J. Redding of the 6eorgia Experiment Station, says: +. "Cotton Seed Meal is a cheaper and more effective ferti + $ lizer than cotton seed." 2 + "A farmer should never use cotton seed directly as a ferti + . lizer when he may exchange it for a fair equivalent of meal." + "According to chemical analysis of each, 886 pounds of cot- + z + ton seed meal are about the equivalent in content of plant food, * to 2000 pounds of cotton seed. But owing to the superior' me + chanical condition of the meal and its consequently greater, or , more prompt availbility, it is safe to assumesthat 800 pounds of meal are the full ecruiva lent to one ton pf seed. + Therefore, whatever excess above 800 pounds of meal the farmer can get in exchange for a ton of seed, or by selling the 4, seed and buying the meal, less the cost of hauling or freight + ing, is so much clear profit in comparison with using the ton of seed directly as a fertilizer." a g Director Redding has proven by actual field experiments that the above statements are right, and by exchanging your seed with us you can realize nearly 100 per cent. profit on the + transaction. SMANNING OIL MILL,' C. R. SPROTT, Manager.: .Pack .Your Grip for CHARLESTON! The Annual Fall Festival Will be held. N OV. 18 T0O22. ONE FARE PLUS 25 CENTS ON ALL RAILROADS. Grand Military Prize Drills, Floral, Fantastic Trades Parade, Firemen's Parade and Contests, Fourth Annual Poultry Show. EVERYTHING FREE. Football Games: Welsh Neck High School vs College of Char'les on. Street Carnival every night, Band Concerts, Free Shows. Spectular "Fighting the Flames" nightly on Marion Square. LIVE STOCK There never has been in this market a cleaner lot of Horses and Mules than can now be -found at our stables. Every Horse and Mule we sell goes with our guarantee. Farm Mules, Draft Mules, -Carriage Horses, Buggy Horses, Saddle and Driving Horses. Also DR. WHITE'S FAMOUS HORSE REMEDIES. If you want a good, strong, handsome Buggy, Surrey or Wagon we can supply you at prices to meet competition. Come to us for HARNESS, SADDLES, ROBES AND WHIPS, and anything pertaining to this line.- We want yorpersonal inspection of our Stables, and we feel assured that we can suit you to a Horse, Mule or Buggy, Surrey or Wagon. Coffey & Rigby