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Bell & Reardon Opp. Coffey & Rigby's Stable, Before you le the contract for that. Turned Work or Lo( Cart. Our prices are very reasonable when quality of work i. considered Our blacksmith work is up to the standard and when you need work in that line remember that we are just as accommodating as ever, anti we are alwdys glad to see you. The Bank of Maiming, MANNING, S. C. Capital Stock, - $40,000 Surplus. - - 40,000 Stockholders' Lia Dility, - - 40,000 Total Protection to Depositors, $120,000 g THE BUSINESS hAN of today realizes the absolute necessity of having a bank account with a thoroughly reputable BANK. At this Bank you will find that all our customers are treated with courtesy and consideration. In many ways you will find it to your advantage to bank here. Undertaking. A complete stock of Caskets. Coffins and Fu neral Supplies always on hand. Mv hearse will be sent to any part of the county. and calls will be responded to by Mr. A. J. White, funeral director and undertaker, night or day. W. E. JENKINSON. CO. Bank of Summerton, Summerton,' S. C. CAPITAL STOCK - $25.000 00 SURPLUS- -- -- -- 8,000 00 STOCKHOLDERS' - LIABILITIES - - - 25,000 00 $58,000 00 IN OUR SAVINGS DEPARTMENT We pay interest at the rate of 4 Per Cent. per annum, compounding same quarterly. RICHARD B. SMYTH, President. JOHN W. LESESNE, Cashier. Tax Notice. The County Treasurer's office will be open for the collection of taxes without penalty from the 15th day of October to the 31st day of. December inclusive (1907). The levy is as fol lows: For State, 4j mills; county, 2* mills; for roads, i- mill; for constitu tional school, 3 mills; polls, $1. Dog capitation tax. 50c. Also School Dis tricts No. 24 special 1-mill; School Districts Nos. 11, 10, 17, 18 and 25 spe cial 2 mills; Districts Nos. 2, 5, 15, 21, 27, 28 and 10, 3-mill special; Districts Nos. 7. 9, 19. 20, 22 and 26, 4-mill spe sal; Distri'ct No. 22, 5-mill bond tax. Road tax for 1907, S2; ,1 per cent. pen alty added for month of January, 1908; additional penalty of 1 per, cent, for month of February, 1908; additional penalty of 5 per cent. for 15 days in March, 190$. L. L. WELLS, County 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 Thomas A. Bradham, de eeased.3. M. BRADIIAM, Administrator. Manning, S. C., November 4, 1907. Notice of Sale of Personal Property. Pursuant to an order of J. M. Windham, Judge of Probate. I will sell to the highest bidder, for cash, on Thursday the 31st day of October 1907. as 11 o'clock. a. in., at the resi dence of the late Mary A. Reynolds, in said County and State, thle follow ing personal property, to wit: One Piano, one Parlor Suite, one Cow and Calf, and one lot of House and Kitchen Furniture. ven under my hand this 15th of October 1907. D. R. LIDE, Administrator. - L. J. A. COLE. DENTIST, Tpstairs over Bank of Manning. MANNING, S. C. hone No 77. R. J. FRANK GEIGER. DENTIST, MANNING, S. C. Woodrnen of the World. leets on fourth Monday nights at ISTEN, WATCe, WAIT! The Greatest Carnival ever held in Summerton will occur at Strauss-Rogan Co.'s Store in a few days. Begin saving your pennies now, and in a few days they will be worth dimes to you, for the doors of this store will soon be open on the great est Carnival ever held in this section of South Carolina. Watch for it! Wait for it!! If you have a single want in the -Merchan dise Line, you cannot afford to miss this greatest buying oppor tunity since Summerton became a town. Special salesmen have been hired and special Merchandise bought for this occasion. It will be a TH RTYDAYONDER to even the oldest inhabitant of these parts. It will be a chance for the frugal minded; a chance for the poor; a chance for the rich; for this store will be one glorious place of bargains from front door to alley, from roof to cellar. WAIT! And you will not be disappointed. Commence making a memoranda of your wants today and watch the papers for our opening date. We expect thousands of people to at tend this Thirty-Days Carnival, and we are going to see that each one leaves this store with more goods for the least money than was ever before handed out at the price in this town. If you have a want in Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Groceries, :Hardware, Crockery, Glass Lamps, in fact, if you have a want in any oi these lines, wait for this Carnival. A complete announcement of the Carnival will appear later, with all particulars. Watch for it. STRllS-RGAN C0. SUMMERTON, S.C. _ Lower Prices* than we quote mean but one thing the goods are of inferior quality Remember, "Thie best is none too good." And the best is the cheapest, be it Dry Goods or Groceries. STUUS-ROGAN COPANYjI SUMMERTON, S. C. DHA l 0 ASE FRO A E U A G N SO LEON WEINBERG; MANNING, S. C. Tilans~viu Edibe ramberry Sauce in 2 pound Tins...........-................... 0. Valaga Raisins, Beautiful 1 pound Clusters.......................25c. ancy Figs, Beautiful 1-pound Clusters ................. ........... 15c. ancy Golden Dates, 1-pound Clusters... ............... ...10 ancy Silver Prunes per pound.......... ...................... 20c. ancy Regular Prunes, as to size, 15e. and ........................ 18c. ancy Imported Spaghetti and Macaroni, 1 pound Carton............. 12c. ancy Imported Swviss Cheese, per pound...................... .... 35c. ancy Pineapple Cheese, per Cheese. ........................-.. 60c. ancy Sap Sago Cheese, per Cheese.."......................--10. ancy America Cheese, 10 1-4 pound average, each.............. .. 22.60 ancy Fresh Almonds, Walnuts and Butternuts, per polind............ 20. ancy Maraschino Royal Ann Cherries, per bottle..................50c. ancy Seeded Raisins, Currants, Citron, Lemon Peel, Fancy Deviled Crabs, with Shells, per Can.........................- ---------* 40c. ancy Lobsters in 1-2 pound cans...................... -- -.....30c. ancy Codfish in 1-pound Bricks..........-- .......---------------lc. ancy Codfish Shredded in Tins.......... ............---.-...... 12c. ancy Codfish Balls in 2-pound Tins....................---...... 25c. ancy Shrimp, Dry Pack in 1-pound Cans...........................Jlac Complete Line of Pickles, Catsups, Salad Dressings, Olives, Plain and Stuffed, Sauces. Buckwheat, Oatmeal, Flap Jack, Cream of - Wheat and Maple Syrup. COTTON AND TOBACCO. We want your Tobacco and Cotton Money, and pay you the highest price for it if you deal with us. When you buy a BUGGY from us youa don't go home with a broken bone be cause of a breakdown. If it be cur W AGON you loose no time at repair shops while your crops waste in the field. Come where you can get the ~reatest value for your monev, honnst treatment and and liberal terms. Pay us a visit and see for yourself. Yours to serve, W. P. H AWKINS & CO. AGAIN WE COME. Oeare lot with nice dwelling and all necessary building improvements. Situated in th most desirable section of Pinewood. S. C. Will sel1 at a bargain. One practically new frame store. sex60 onl lot 32x120. in the most convenient and de sirable mercantile section of Pinewood, s. C. Owner has good reason to sell at a sacrifice. SOne Farm containing 116. acres with a11 necessary building improvements; 2 1-s miles of Jg ood town, in the most desirable and fertile soction of Clarendon County. 4Frm containing 320 acres with 160 acres under cultivation and with all necessary building improvement;.also. sufficient timber for all plantation purpses. This is one of the very best farms in this county. Owner has good reason for sling cheap. Farm containing 100 acres -30 acres cleared, with buildings 'Thereon. This ls.one of the 5best bargains offered in realiestate. We are in position to sell on easy terms any number df Lots that purchaser might desire in the new and beautiful resident. section of Columbia, known as College Place. F We also hav qite a number of resident and store Iota for sale In the progressive and beautiful Town of Lake City whice is known as the, best truck and one of ihe best tobacco markets in South Carolina. Write or cafl for further particnlars regarding any of the above properties. The Clarendon.Real Estate and Fire Insurance Agency. M ANNING. S.'C. LEVI BUILDING. What is Patriotism? What is patriotism? Is it a uarr)'W affection for the spot where a man was born? Are the very clods where we tread entitled to this ardent prefer ence because they are greener? No, sir. This is not the character of the virtue, and it soars higher for its ob ject. It is an extended self love, mm gling with all the enjoyments of life and twisting itself with the minutest filaments of the heart. It is thus we obey the laws of society, because they are the laws of virtue. In their au thority we see not the array of force and terror, but the venerable image of our country's honor. Every good citizen makes that honor his own and cherishes it not only as precious, but as sacred. He is willing to risk his life in its defense and is conscious that he gains protection while he gives it. Fisher Ames. Trial Catarrh treatment are being mailed out free. on request. by Dr. Shoop, Racine Wis. These tests are proving to the people-withe..it a pen ny's cost-the great value of tIis seieu tific prescription known to druggists everynhere as Dr. Shoop*- Catarrh Remedy. Sold by W. E. Brown & Co. How Different Races Bear Pain. Moaning and groaning as if she were being tortured to death. a colored wo man sat in the accident ward at Jeffer son hospital. "Don't wind dat bandage so tight, doctor." she begged of an in terne who was skillfully putting a bandage on her foot; "you'll stop de circulation, sure." Wondering what dreadful calamity had befallen the suf fering woman, a visitor asked another doctor what was the matter with her. He said nothing but a slight cut on the bottom of her foot. "Colored peo ple always make a great disturbance over any physical injury," he added, "but the Italians are the worst. The sight of a little wound seems to upset them entirely, and they come in here shrieking and crying, accompanied by anxiocs friends and relatives also shrieking and crying, over the slightest cut or burn. Americans and Germans seem lo bear pain with the most forti tude. anud in general women do better than nen."-Philadelphia Record. Dewitt's little early risers are the best .ilis made. They do not gripe. Sold bY W. E. Brown & Co. Advantage of White Hair. "Most people regard white hair as a misfortune," said a hairdresser. "They mourn over its coming as a sign of vanished youth. and they try first one thing and then another to withstand this touch of time. I think they make a mistake. Paradoxical as it may sound, white hair, when it arrives, say, in the late twenties or early thirties, really helps in keeping a person young. It's true, anyhow. A man or woman whose hair turns white before the wrinkles arrive is a subject for con gratulation. because for many years he or she will appear about the same, and if only proper care is taken of the complexion the impression of youthful ness will continue-I was almost going to say indefinitely. Then, white hair is more often than not extremely be coming. It relieves a heavy face and gives an added tone to the most spir ituelle one. People don't realize this; that's all. If they did, they would be content to let nature take its course." -Exchange. Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar Cares all coughs, and expels Colds from tle system by gently moving the bowels. Their Little Surprise. They were elopers, and the stern par ent was supposed to be in pursuit But he wasn't. On the contrary, a tele gram awaited them at the next town. "Is it forgiveness?" asked the agitated youth as he handed it to the angelic one. She read it through and burst into tears. Then the startled youth took it and read it aloud. "Your moth er and I offer congratulations. Your hasty action meets with our approval. We can now cprry out a plan that we have long contemplated and that was delayed only because we had you with us. In other words, we are about to break up housekeeping and go into a flat!"--Argonaut. Free to all subscribers of this paper every reader of this paper who has any trouble with either Stomach or Liver, cdn get a free sample of Rveale's Stom ach Tablets or Liver Tablets or both if needed by writing to Rydale Remedy Co.,Newport News, Va. These two remedies are not cuae all, one is for stomach trouble only, the other solely for Liver and bowel troubles. Guaran teed by W. E. Brown & Co. When you have tried everything you ever heard of for that bad case of dys pepsia without receiving any or very relief, and have about made up your mind that you rease is a hopeless one, don't give up. There is a remedy for just such chronic cases, one that has prepared especially for cases of Indi gestiot and Stomach trouble that falied to yield to other treatmeut. It is Bar ney's Compound. The prescription was written by a Washington. D. C. stomach specialist and will relieve that soreness in the stomach and overcome catarrhal or mucous condition of the stomach and intestines very quickly. As a last res ort give Barney's Compound a trial. W. E. Brown & Co. 1,oncemlratton. The Servant-Professor, there is a thief in the dining room! The Astron omer (deep in calculation)-Tell him I'm too busy to see him!--Translated For Transatlantic Tales From I Motto per Ridere. Not Improbable. "I understand in France a fine Is imposed when a train is late." "Do you believe they fine the train?" "As to that I can't say. I know they always dock the boats."- St. Louis Republic.