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MANNiNG, S. %NOV. 10. 190..
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member that copy for a
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Genuine Cape Cod Cranberries
per quart................ loc.
New Seeded Raisins, best quality.
15c per package or 2 for... 25c.
Hecker's Cream Oatmeal, 15c.
per package or 2 ........... 25c.
Hecker's Self-Raiung Buck
wheat, 3.pound packages .. 20c.
Evaporated Peaches' I5. per 1b.
or 2 lbs. for ............... 25c.
Imported Dried Vegetables in
flb. packages, per package.... 20s.
"Where quality reigns."
Salem was wel represented in Flor
ene last Monday.
My how the girls of this town are en
couraging the young men to tackle the
is a carnival in town which
should be the means of divorcing many
from their wealth.
sm attraction of Manning City 4
at school anditoriu Tues
MAty night, aNovember 23rd.
I4 Wiison Is holding court at I
Lexigton, and his w-'k is receTig I
considerable favorable comment.
The town ta books closes next Mon
-day, after that dase.a penalty attaches,
so you better hurry or you will not see
tore wil be p hing at Felow
-alip church next Sinday at 4 p. m., by
-Rev. C. W. Blanbard. Public cordial
The farmers all over Sumter county
.ae putting in a wheat crop, why does
-ot Carendon plant this necessary ar
icle of food also?
TE Tgs editor has been doing so
much frolicing that b knows that.'his
readers wil not expect this issue to be
up to the usual standard.
Mrs. A. 1. Ysaae of the Fore
ection, went to Charleston last Mon
day to enter an Infirnary to have a
The slump in cotton need not give
any fears to those whobhave cotton. The
The rice isnoSt sure to get back
andaboe ay piceit hasreached yet.
Clarenddn boys did not take prizes in
de bey'seOntest, at the fair, but the
casenbe attibted tha, th prize
winner a the meeting there did not4
take corn to (iimbia.
Married this afternoon by Rev. M.
.Kyser, of Paivilleat the home of I
home of the bride's pareuta, Mr. 0. W. I
coyand Miss Annie Tisdale,rdaugh- I
ser of Mr. T. J. Tisdale.
Evangelist L. A. Cooper, who is well1
remembered in Manning, will begin a
series of meetings in the First;Baptist
ehureb .next Wednesday evening 7:30
(November 17,) to which the public is
Mr. Seale.of Sumter, received news
ysod of the accidental trilling of
his son, vid W. Seale, at ILeakville,
Ark. The young man was about 27
years old, and was ell and favorably
known in this county.
Chariton Dlntan Esq., and the edi
to. of THE TE reuresented Manning
at the Pee Dee Convention at Florence
Monday. Mr. Do~ant remained over,
for the otherseaminse and be is taking
,.alivelv interest in the proceeings.
-Several of the Shriners of this town
,wn'aendthe Srine meeingnGreen-1
wajleen3Tbanksgiving Day, and from the
- beig mae toentertain
vpIiiors bherig t be some
shing doing for the ay inclined.
Sildrow Burgess was over in Flor -
ence Monday and he was not looking
gor cotton seed either. We do not be
lieu, he cared a rap what the price of
seed was doing. He had happier
thoughts. If you don't believe it ask
The tree slashers are now invadin
the residential part and mkn
wood of the beautiful trees that adorn
the town,. but then is.t will give more
room to display horses that are for sale,
and more room for the few who run an
Dr. S. A. Smith, one of the greatest
odncators of the South, will be in Man -
ning next Sunday and deliver an address
at ilme Clarendon Baptist church. Dr.
Smith Is connected with the Louisville
Seminary and is traveling in the inter
est of that great, institution. He ad
dresses the Manning people at 110o'clock
The rural school improvement aso
eianion has offered two thousand dol
lama In prizes to carry on and encourage
the work of rural schoo limpovement.
The head of the aoiation is Miss
Theodosa Dargan and such school trus
tees as wis' to interest themselves
Miss Loulie Morrison Principal of the
Silver school requests THE TDEES edi
tor to publish through his paper that
there will be an oyster supper at the
Silver school house Friday night, 12th
Inst. The proceeds for the benefit of the
* shool, and she extends to the editor a
tempting inducement to go by saying
- "come and you can have all the oysters
~~ou can eat, wont cost you anything."
- The good lady must think it will rain
and no one but THE TDEES editor will
*get there, and she would not have the
oysters to spoil. Hence the editor to
-Th Cjic League organized ini Man
ming will do a good work in beautifying
sthe town, and the congressan of this
,district will givre them all the infuence
-he can command at- Washington to
-furnish the league with seed, bulbs and
shrubbery. Mr. Legare has assured
mis that whenever anything io this, line
,is wanted all that is necessary is to
command him and he will db the rest.
If there is anything that Congressman
Legare is daft about, it is flowers and it
will be a work of pleasure for him to
serve the ladies and give them all aid'
possible in thei' efforts to make Man
wano- look pretty.
"Joshua Simpkins," a story Of f
life, will be seen at Manning opera
hore, November 12. It is said-to abound
in novel features. wonderful mechan
cal effects, excellent singing and danc
ing. and plenty of retined, wholesome
fun. The 6ne band carried by the com
pany will make a burlesque parade at
noon. Seats on sale at Red Cross.
We are constantly being asked ist
Clarendon respecting the prohibition
law? Our answer is that the express of
fices can answer more accurately. Btit
we do believe the consumption will be
greatly decreased when congress comes
to the aid of prohibition States by en
acting protective laws. At pr-sent, it
is our opinion that those who a ho drink
liquor, get it whenever they feel so in
clined and they have the price. We base
this opinion on the vast amount of the
stuff going through the express and
The humorouscomedy drama. "Joshua
Simpkins." accompanied by a tine band
and an excellent orchestra. wili be seen
at Manning opera house. Friday nigtt,
November 12. It is a rural play in four
acts, bound together by an interesting
plot and produced with special scenery
carried by the company. In the third
act a realistic saw mill scene is intro
duced, when a real buzz-saw. is seen cut
ing through a real log at terrific speed
upon which a human being has been
elplessly bound by his enemies and
left to an evident death, There is an
nundance of comedy in the play, while
there are many tine sin - and danc
ng specialties inciden I introduced.
Seats on sale at Red Cross.
Civic league Orgsanied
An important movement- was fairly
aunched in Manning last Friday after
moon when forty-odd publio-spirited la
lies met in the new court house and
ormally organized a Civic League. This 1
s a movement that has long been advo
ated and urged by THE Tnwc, and al-1
jo heartily endorsed by many of our la
lies, but for one reason or another the!
entiment has not until now taken defi
ite., crystalized shape. At the meeting
aeld last Friday, as stated above. the t
ollowing named officers were duly elect
President, Mrs. C. B. Geiger: first
rice president, Mrs. A. Levi: second
-ice prec+ient, Mrs. R. E. Harlee: third I
ice preslient, Mrs. W. C. Davis: fourth
rice president, Mrs. J. H. Rigby: sec- 1
etary and treasurer. Mrs. F. 0. Rich
wdson. These officers-elect will consti- t
ute an execative committee. and also a
ommittee on constitution and by-laws, l
o report at a later .:eeting. when the
eganization will be perfected.
There is much in this town to be done,
long the lines of making ugly spots
:ok inviting, and the lpdies are pecu- e
iarly suited to direct the men to action, 3
tence the civic leagues in all of the well
egulated towns and cities have man- r
gement and control of those things -
rhich go to adorn, and make a thing of
eauty a joy forever.
In this work so auspiciously begun,
we can assure the good ladies they will o
tave the hearty co-operation of every
mblic spirited citizen. who will not on
y contribute of his means but he will
arry out the wishesof the league when- b
ver those wishes are made known.
The court house square can be cn
erted into a beautiful little park at a 14
mall cost, it mainly needs the directing
are of taste. The school house grounds C
an also be made very attractive, then S
oo. after the town has laid concrete c
idewalks, the borders can be made an
dge of green, whizb would add greatly
appearances. The league would also
se to it that council has the streets
:ept in a tidy codition, as they are now,
specially the gutters along the Levi a
lock and in front of the Central Hotel, 2
hey are not only filthy, but there is an
boions stench to be inhaled into the
ostrils of strangers and natives alike. 6
e heartily endorse the movement it
toking towards the beautifying and 'j
leanliness of the town.
The "Johua Simpking company, car-S
ying their own special scenery, a band 1
f music and fine orchestra, wil! produce -
e great pastoral comedy drama of that si
aie at anning opera house, Novem
er 12. The piece deals with country
f and people, three acts of the play g
sing laid in one of the many quaintu
illages of Vermont. The second act (in Id
hree scenes) portrays Uncle Josh's first
isit to Washington city. In the third
etasensational saw min effect is shown, ~
ing nothing more or less than a comn- e
lets saw mill in full operatioi, cutting c
ip genuine timber. The saw is a genu- e
e buzz or circular saw, and cuts up
eal timber at hightning speed. Seats ~
n sale at Red Cross.
Comie Here on the 24th.
The views expressed by Mr. J. J. s:
|antey inhis letter in this issuewe do l1
ot agree with at all. The effort to have e
peakers here to talk on affairs of in- t
rest to those engaged in farming has 3
to political significance whatever, and
tis unjust to say that the promoters of
e meeting to be held here on the 24th
re prompted by political motives. The
ederal Government for the past sever
1 years, ever since Secretary Wilson
a beer, in charge of the DepartmentI
i Agriculture, has caused great strides 1
o be made in encouraging progressive
kgriculture, and all over the South es
,ecially, the effect of the government's
are has been felt
The meeting on the 24th, should be
,tended by not only the farmers, but
ver3' business man living in this agri- i
:ultural community should take an in
rest in it, to encourage and inspire e
he agriculturists to a greater effort to
ring from the native soils its full possi
iities. Mr. Cantey loses sight of the
ae that the government's interest in
~osteing the agricultural interests, is
oing so at a vast expenditure of money
is a wise business proposition.
The statesmanship of this great cou
ry has discovered that much of thel
~ountry's wealth and resources depende 1
spon what the soil will produce, and
herefore it has educated men to seek
information the world over, test the va
ious climes and soils to teach the peo
le so they too may be able to get ani
imate knowledge of what possibilities
the local soil can be made to produce,
mod that is what the government is send
ing out its representatives to do. It mat
ters not how successful a farmer may be
be is never so wise hut that he can learn
iomething more, and we see no just rea
on for any citizen to object.
There certainly can be no harm to,
ome to any farmer to listen to the sug
estions of the government experts, and
if these gentlemen have nothing to of
(er but what is known already it costs
nothing to hear them. We hope that
he meeting here on the 24th will be a
record breaker in attendance. The gen
tlemen composing the committee of the
local board of trade deserve great cred
it for the interest they are manifesting
to secure the services of- the Federal
Government to help teach our farmers
the latest methods in agriculture.
Uncle Josh is Cming.
The sensational rural comedy dramia,
"Joshua Simpkins." will be produced <
at Manning opera house. Friday night,1
November 12. The play contains an in
teresting and intelligrible plot, but it is
not. llowed to interfere wit~h the fun,
which is said to be in abundance Dur
ing the run of the play some startlIing
scenes and situations are seen. the pri n
cipal of which is said to be the saw-mill,
in the third act shown in complete op-.
eration, cutting up real timber. The
saw used is the genuine article, the same
as usually seen in large country saw
lls. An excellent band and fine or
hestra accompany this attraction. The
band will parade at noon, when some
good music may be looked for, all being
dresed as farmers.' Seats on sake Red
Special Prayer tor Missions.
In accordance with the cali made by
the liishop and Central Committee of
the La vmen's Mis.-dnary Movement of
the Methodist Church South, there will
be spe-cial services in the Methodist
church next Sunday mornin:r. Novem
bar 14th. at 11:30 o'chick. the oecasiot
being a special meeting for prayer in
behalf of the Laymen's N.\l.,ionary
Movement. The public is cordially in
vited to attend The following program
has been arranged in which the laymen
will largely take part:
1. Voluntary. by the Choir.
2. Opening ~1nemarks. by C. 1.. Sp rot 1
3. Singing. Hymn No. 63->. in the Meth
4. Apostle's Creed in Concert.
G. Responsive I1eading, Psalm 1I.
9. Scripture Reading, Matt. 9:36-3 and
Luke 10:1 -9
10. The Lavmen's Missionary Move
ment, Charlton DuRant. the Sum
ter District Leader.
11. Singing, Hymn No. (3, in the 11
12. Sermon, by the Pastor. liev. F. H1.
Shuler - Subject: Prayer the
Prime ]Factor in Missions.
Editor The Mannirr Time%:
The first Lyceum attraction Pine
rood has ever bad. was a splendid lee
Are on last Thursday evenine by Hon.
oseph G. Camp, of the Alkahest Ly
eun system of Atlanta. Mr. Camp's
ubject was "Truth and Shams." His
ecture was quite a fine treat to all who
ieard him, as it was one of the finest
.aiks ever heard here. Mr. Canmp'. Z
ecture was full of sound thought and D
eason, and splendid advice to the D
oung men and women.
Pinewood was well represented at 0
he fair last week by quite a number 0
>f young men who report a fine time
md a "busted pocketbook "
Mr. W. A. Cainney, of Rockingham.
C C., is assisting Mr. C. B. Kolb in
he railroad oftice.
Mr. J. R. Griffin has nearly com
>leted his new residence on Hampton
Mr. W. T. Elwell has commenced a W
iew residence on Elm wood A repue.
Dr. Geo. W. Smith and family have
urned to their home in Jonesville, | i
fter a two week's stay here with rela
Mr. Frank Hodge has started to
iuild a nice seven-room residence very
ear his old home.
Quite a crowd gathered at the depot M4
londay afternoon in hopes of seeing at
be president, but the train did .not p
yen slow up: still the young boys en
yed the cheering. at
Rer. W. H. Barnwell will fill his
egular Sunday appointment here next
unday morning at 11 o'clock.
A. P. T.
Poming1 Tuesday night November
3rd. "The Days." asebool auditorium.
A Scalded Boy's Shrieks
orrified his grandmother, Mrs. Maria
'avlor, of Nebo, Ky., who writes that,
hen all thought be would die, Ruck
n*s Arnica Salve wholly cured him.
afailable for Iurns, Scalds, Cuts,
orns, Wounds, Bruises. Cures Fever
ores. Boils. Skin Eruptions, Chilblains.
'apped Hands. Soon r;,:s Piles. 250
t all druggists.
Don't fail to se6 "The Days" at school ier
udiorium Tuesday night, November
Have you tried Almond Paste? It's!
no for Macaroons and AlmondFiin
>r Layer Calres 60e per 1 lb.. Tiis a:I.E
he Manning Grocery Co. a
Dr. Z. P. Highsmith. Eye-sight Spec- 9
dist, will spend a week in Summerton, ID
.C., at Dr. W. R. Mood's oflice, from m;
ovember 16th until 21sg inclusive. Hi
ye examining and glass fitting a
You may be judged by the Candy you
ive-Be on the safe si.e-Get WVnit
an's. On ice and fresh as the morning
ew, at The Manning Grocery Co.
We were informed by one of Man- N
ing's cotton buyers that he paid for _
ight bales of cotton this morning 15
ents, and it was not Flora Dora cotton5
ither, nor was it on account. What does
t other cotton markets think of Man
ing now as a cotton market?
To Rent-One Sive-room dwelling on
est Boundary Street, new house, in F
ood neighborhood. Also 2 five-room
nmparaively new dwellings on the
ame street for sale. This is an excel
sntopporunity to either rent or pur
hase property in a desirable section of
e town. Apply to J. M. Bradham,
fanning. S. -C
Thankgvng and Christmas Cakes.
We have everything you need for
[oliday Cakes. perfectly fresh and of
he inest quality. Raisins 12jc and 15c
5.; Currents 15c lb.. Drained Citron 25
3. Layer Figs 20c lb.: Finest Butter- T
uts 15e lb., English Walnuts 20c lb.:
Limonds 20c lb.: Shredded Cocoanuts a
5c lb. The Manning Grocery Co.
For Sale.-The Canaan Plantation, *
omprising 1,400 acres. Is divided mnto
0 farms and is for sale to white farm- iii
is. Lands lie in centre of Fairfield t'
ounty, from four to six miles from C3
Vinnsboro. Springs of cold free water:
ie and other timber for building and P1
encing, and cabins on every farm. Ad- P1
-es B, care The News and Herald th
innsboro. S. C. I
See Our Window of Breakfast Good Things.
White Wheat Graham Flour, per i Ti
b., Bag 35c: Rye Flour, per ' lb.. Bag
O: Hygienic Whole Wheat Flour, per
lb., Bag 40c; S. R. Buckwheat Flour,
|, 30e and 40c Pkgs: S. R. Flap Jack
lour. 12tc Pkg: Cream Oat. Meal, 12di
kg. ~All of the above are the renown-I
4 Hecker goods, and guaranteed abso te
utely fresh and perfect. The Manning
iATE OF SOUTH CAROLUNA,
County of Clarendon. IT
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
harlotte Brunson and others, Plain
. A. Weinberg in his own right and hi
as Administrator of the estate of lii
Rufus Brunson deceased, and oth-|tc
ers, Defendants. Ia
UNDER AND BY VIR'lit.3 OF A
udgent Order of the Court of A
ommon Pleas, in the above stated
ction, to me directed, bearing date ,
nne 11th, 1909, I will sell atj
public auction, to the highest bid
Ir for cash, at Clarendon Court i
Eouse, at Manning, in said county. I
rithin the legal hours for judicial
ales, on Monday, the 6th day of;
December 1909'. being salesday, the
ollowing describedreal estate:
All that lot of land situate on thep
West side of Dukes street in the town o
of Summerton, County of Clarendon
and State of South Carolina, mecasur- di
ing and containing in front on said
street t wenty feet and in depth ninety
feet and bounded North by lot of w
Adger; East by Dukes street; South di
by lot of Ben Jones; and West by lot 1S
of H. L Bronson:
Purchaser to pay. for 'apres..d
~~EB. 'AMBiLE, ri
Sheriff Cln,-endon ounnty.
4anning Opera Hous
Friday Night. Nov. 12.
The Great New ElKr"Tand lPlav
IG FUN AND .\I-SICAL, SHOW
pecial Scenery and Mech.nical Effect
e the Great Saw Mill Scene
ear the .loshua Simkins Orchestra
est of Singing and Daneing Specialtie
WATCII ?FNl TUE
wurlesque Band Parade
35 Cents, .50 Cents and 7, Cents.
eservc-d Seats on sale at The Red Cros
OVEMBER 15 TO 25
If you are looking for Bar
tins come to A. M. HOLLA
AY'S STORE during these Ter
ays. and you will sure get Bar
tins. I have just received a loi
Dry Goods. Notions.
bich I will offer to the public
Bargain Prices. I have also a
Ce Line of
ciih I will sell you right. Re
amber these are all New Goods
d they are going at Bargain
-ices, for the cash only. Look
these for a sample:
12 Pretty Toilet Sets go
ing at Cost.
A lot of pretty Pictures
and Mirrors going at
A lot of Tinware going
A!.o a lot of Bagging
and Ties going at Cost.
Come early and get your
f have plienty of clerks who
11 take pleasure in showing
u anything in my Line wheth
you want to buy or not..
Be sure and pay me a visit be
re you buy, as I will save you
ynev. This Store will .be head
arters for Santa Claus this
ar. I have a nice lot of Toys
d Holiday Goods coming in. I
in hopes that they will arrive
the next week or so. Watch
r show windows during the
Next Door to Clarkc & Huggins'
ovember 15 to 25. 1909
FATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Couotj of Clarendon.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
nnie Broughton, as Administra
:rix of the-Estate of C. E. Brough
;on, deceased, and in her own
Eugene Broughton, W. S. Brough
on, N. L. Broughton, John J.
roughton, Mrs. J. W. Weeks. Mrs.
Leo M. Nelson, N. C. Brougrhton,
ate C. Fletcher. Bessie B. Fletch
,r. Ida Brougthton, Anassee Bro ugh
:on and Marion Moise, Defendants.
Copy Summons. For Relief.
iou are hereby hereby summoned
d required to answer the .com
sint in this action of which a copy
herewith served upon you, and to
eve a copy of your answer to the
id complaint on the subscribers at
eir office Orangeburg, S. C. within
enty days after the service hereof,
elsive of the day of such service;
d if you fail to answer the com
int within the time aforesaid, the
sintiff in this action will apply to
e Court for the relief demanded
Dated October 25, 1909.
WOLFE & BERRY.
>da Broughton, with whom Anas
see Broughton, an infant Defend
ant under fourteen years, resides:
Please ta~ke notice that unless you
ocure t~he appointment of a Guar
an ad litemn in this action for the
tant Defendant Anassee Brough
n withiu twent-y days. exlusive of
e day of service, after service here
upon you, the the Plaintiff will
iply to the Court for the appoint
nt of such Guardian ad litemi as
ovided by law.
~WOLFE & BERRY,
Atts. for Plaintiff.
> N. C. Broughton, Kate C. Fletch
er, B. Fletcher, ida Broughton, in
her own right and with whom the
infant Defendant Anassee Brough
ton resides, and Anassee Brough
ton, absent Defendants herein:
Please take notice that you are
reby served in this action by pub
ation as non-residents according
the statutes in such cases made
WOLFE & BERRY,
A. I. BARRON,
C. C. C. P. Clarendon County.
L..or -rbe :.an'-.. Tan
Mr. S. E.' Turbeville, a prosperous
erchant of this place, was taken ill
wdrys ago, and was rushed at once t4
e inirmary there accompanied by Dr
ttan. We hope a speedy recover:
Mr. Turbeville for he is a warm fi ien'
the entire community. Hie has out
Prof. WV. T. Merritt. formerly of Va.
bo has spending the summer months
>wn bere. left !ast Monday for Patric
.C., to teach singing taere. he ha:
ined many warm friends down her<
iring his stay..Come again Prof. Mer
tt, we welcome you at any tme.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COURT OE COMMON PLEAS.
L. 1. :'trauss and others. P .laintits. I
Sanuel Kee* and others, Defendants. j
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
Judgnent Order of the Court of Com
mon Pleas, in the above stated ac
tion. to me directed. bearing date of
October:nd.1 9V9. I willsellat public
auction. to the hiihe.t bidder. for
cash, at Clarendon Court House, at
Manning, in said county. within the'
legal hours for judicial sales. on Mon
dar the 6th day of December. 190t.
being salesday. the follow ing descri b
ed real estate:
All of that tract of land in the town
of Sunimerton, in Clarendon County,
in said State. bounded ou the North
bv land of A. P. and J. M. Burgess:
East by land of J. Seale: South by
Avenue -B;" and West by lot of Ro
gan and Lanham. The said lot of land
being one-half of lot No. 10. on A ve
nue B. as shown by a plat of the sane
made by H. T. Cantey. Surveyor,
Purchaser to pay for papers.
E. B. GAMBLE.
Sherift Clarendon County.
JOUN G. CAPEP.S. (of South Carolina.)
Ex-Commin'itoner Ln:dr lxenue
JOSEPH D. WRIG11T.
- -ATToRNEYS AT LAW,
WASHINGTON. 1. C.
Telepho)ne. Main 6WI.
foethe cough an dh.3slingsf
We Have Mo
which is one of the largest. molt <
ings in the State. We have spart
making our stables a comfortable
modation of our friends and .patror
There never has been in thi6
and Mules than can now be found:
Mule we sell goes with our guaran
Carriage Horses, Buggy Horses
Also Dr. White's famous Horse Re
If you want a good, strong
Wagon. we can supply you at pric
to see us for Harness, Saddles, Rc
pertaining to this line. .' want.;
Istables, and we feel assured that w
or Buggy, Surrey or Wagon.
To Our Friends a
THE MANNING OIL MII
from the South Atlantic Oil Co.,
career under the present ownershil
of our friends for their support an!
We have tried in the past to
absclutely fair-and honest with al]
for a continuance of your suppor
- FIRST : Ours is a. local
stock is owned outside of South Ca
SECOND : We pay arnua:
Treasurers over $600 taxes which
ing the expenses of our local gove2
THIRD: It costs us about $
,the seed we purchase, and of this a
here at Manning. In other words,
1(66 2.3 bushels) you get market pr
munity gets 84 of the amount it cos
you sell a ton of seed to the other I
for the seed, and SOME OTHER(
of the money paid out to manufacti
We could mention a number
the above is suflicient to convince
home industries. I
C. R. SPROTT. 1
I Offering for
100 B~oy's Knee Suits will go
100 Ladie's Walking Skirts. v
gzo at 9Mc.
1000 Yards Check Homespun
value 7 1-?c.
1000 Yards White Madras. valt
50Pairs of Men's fine Pants
inThe greatest Slaughter Sa
ithe history of Manning are
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: W.E JENKI
3TATE OF SOUTH OAROLINA,
County of Clarendon.
N COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
M. Pearlstine and others, Plaintiffs.
%enuedy Felder and othears, De
UNDER ANI BY VIRTUE OF A
lud-;nent Order of the Court of Cow- 4
non Pleas. in the above stated ac
ion, to me directed, bearing date of
fune 12. 190.). 1 will sell at pub-l"
ic auction, to the highest bidder, for
4ash. at Clarendon Court House. at
Lanning. in said county. within the
egal hours for judicial sales, on Mon
lay. the 6th da. of December. 1909
)eing salesday, tihe following describ
d real estate:
All that parcel or tract of h-nd in
Ilarendon County, in said State, con
aining fifty acres, more or Iess,
)ounded on the North by land of
rhowas Felder and by Potato Creek;
-ast by Potato Creek separating said
and from lands of Stephen F. White;
outh by lands of estate of Nexsen;
Lud West bv lands of Adrianna Lem
on; said tract of land being the same
rhich was conveyed to Kennedy
'elder by Stephen F. White by deed
lated September 90th, 1901. -
Purchaser to pay for papers.
E B. GAMBLE, -
Sheriff of Clarendon County.
All persons are hereby forbidden
rom trespassing on the land around __
cott's Lake in Clarendon county.
aid lands bolong to the nudersigned
Lnd those found trespassing will be
>rosecuted. R. B. SMYTHE, =
B. C. RAGIN. -
red Into Our!
:nvenient and up-to-date build
,d neither pains nor money in
and safe place for the accom
market a leaner lot of Horses
Lt our stables. Every Horse or 2
tee. Farm .iules, Draft Mules,
Saddle and Driving Horses.
handsome Buggy, Surrey or
s io meet competition. Come
bes and Wbips, and anything
rour personal inspection of our
e can suit you to a Horse, Mule
k R IOBY.
Lnd Customers :
~L has been rec.ntly bought
and at the begin.iing of our
>we extend our thanks to all
deserve your support by being
of our customers, and we ask
b for the following additional
company-not a dollar of its
Ily to the Town and County
helps that much towards pay
30,000 per year to manufacture
mount, $20,000 is spent- right
when you sell us aton of seed
ice for the seed and the com
;ts to manufacture them. When
ellow, you get the rr.a ket price
3MMUITY gets the benefit
of other reasous, but we think
you that it pays to patronize
resident and Treasurer. 1
orth $1.50 to $2 each, will *
will go at 5c. the yard, *
e2-Sc., wil goat' S -c. 0
will go at sacrihce prices.0
e of Ribbons ever know~n $
now on in our Millinery*
fTer in our Millinery De
oods and $ilks must go.* 1
r argains. 1
GIVEN AWAY RREE !
To show appreciation to our customers tor their liberal
trade, we offer them a discount on the purchases.
READ THE CARD BELOW.
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You may select in our Furniture Department, to the -L .e~
who will return to us, three days before Christas, 1.--e
most Cards checked. For further information call at
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