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00 The Origin of Roystcr Fertilizers. Mr. Royster believed that success awaited the Manufacturer of Fertilizers who would place quality above other considerations. This was Mr. Royster's idea Twenty-seven years ago and this is his idea to-day; the result has been that it requires Eight Factories to supply the demand for Royster Fertilizers. F. S. ROYSTER GUANO COMPANY, FACTORIES AND SALES OFFICES. NORFOLK, VA. TARBORO. N. C. COLUMBIA. S. C. SPARTANBURG. S. C. MACON. GA. COLUMBUS. GA. MONTGOMERY. ALA. BALTIMORE. MD. 3 CLARENDON FARM FOR RENT FOR - @~ The Geddings or O'Donnell Place. near _ Mr. W. E. Daniels. i 1-2 miles from Trinity, g j 150 acres cleared land. 7-room dwelling, 3 S tenant houses. good location and a nice -farm for rent to good man. 0 For further particulars apply to 0 9.:R2 COSBY NBVTON, * Real Estate, Stocks and Insurance, * E-5. C. The New 1911 Model Brash Runabout has lots and lots of inun-ove-ents on thl 1910 Model as rood aL asit was. and to the snrprise of all. the price re mains the same the same. D'o you know that we have seventeen operating * in Clarendon County and not one dissatisfied enls o ner. If dollars can buy an Automobile that can do yor work as the BRUSH does it, whot do you wvant to pay some one eiscore for a car that has not half the reputation hack of it. Write or 'phone us today if you wanf, to see the machine, we can prove to you all we claim for it. 6 4. + *A GREAT YEAR I +Has Been the Past Year for Us. IW A NT to thank ev ery C peron in .Clarendon County that helped me+ 4.4. to do it. As a token of my apprecia * tion. I have secured a number of place one in every home that contains 44 or ants to contain pure, well-tested+ - IDrugs. Come in and get yours. It's here for vou. along with the sincere good wishes of 4 Your lDruggist,4 J. A. ZEIGLER,NManager, SZEIGLER'S PHARMACY. ~. NOTICE. I will attend the following ap pointments. either in person or by proxy, to take tax retuans of all per sonal property for this good year, 1911. You inake returns of all per sotnal property owned the list day of ,lan uary. 1911. Paxville, Cut. store. Monday. January 16. Piuewopd. Epperson's store, Tues day, January 17. Friendship, C. W. Browi's store, Wednesday. January 18. St. Paul. The D. Levi Levi Co.'s store. Thursday. January 19. Sumuerton, Judge Richbourg's office, Friday. January 20. -he Cross Roads. Saturday, Jan uary 21. Harmony. A. R. Chandlers, Mon day, Feb. 6. Midway. EcIutosh Bro.'s store, Feb. Feb. 7. Sandy Grove, W. L. McFaddin's, Wednesday, Feb. S. Douglas Turbeville's store Thurs da-, Feb. 9. ew Zion, Friday, February 10. Jordan, Davis' store, Monday. Feb. 13. St. Mark's, at 1!. A llisbrook's. Tuesday, Feb. 14. Foreston, Cantey's store, Wednes day. Feb. 15. Wilson's Mill, Thursday, Feb. 16. Alcolu. Friday, Feb. 17. The time for making returns ex pires Feb. 2Cth. ANDREW P. BURGESS, County Auditor. Sui11e11to10 F0ltillture Co., Undertakers and Embalmers. HEARSE Furnished for White and Colored. We are also dealers in all kinds of Furniture. C. W. EVANS, Mgr., Licensed Embalmer, SUMtlERTON, S. C. GrocerieS OF ALL KINDS Alway Fresh AND~ Prices Right Mouzon's Grocery P. B. MOUZON, PROP. APPAREL SHOP FOR MEN AND LADIES Everything of the best fcr the personal wear and adorn muent of both sexes. We fill mail orders carefully and promptly. DAVID OUTFITTING COMPANY, Charleston, S. C. DON'TI worry with your eyes. we guarantee a sure tit. Our Eye Glasses fl will relieve the strain. ZEIGLER'S PHARMACY, Agent Hawkes' Glasses. ARANT'S DRUG STORE The Licensed Druggjist, Sells Everything in DRUGS and MEDICINES CT R SCE BST oR 5:T R| -. AND KIDNEYS. Land Sal. We wili sell at. public auction, at the court hol'o at 'ianning, South COaro lini. on FridLy. The 3rd day ofFebruary, 111. the followin described tracts of land, all situated in the County of Clai endon. South Cu-olina, being-the lands of zhe estate of S. M. Nexsen. deceased: 1 1.407 acres. more or less. known as tie Earper tract. and bounded North bv land of Louis Bennett: East by Inds of the estate of R. R. 3riggs, South by Santee swamp lands of the estate of S. M. Nexsen deceased; and West by lands of 0. C. Scarborough. 32 acres. more or less. the Santee swamp la d adjoining the above men tr.ioned tract of up-land. 3 15 acres. more or less, bounded On the North by lands of Stephen White: on the East by lands of Mrs. Emma F. Rodgers: on the South by lands of C:in Ballard. zand lands of the 'state of S. \M. Nexsen: and. on the West by lands of Scott Flammitt. Jack Marion' and Warren Lemon. The abov" described Tract of land being known as th- "Delia" tract. 4 56 acres, more or less, bounded; On the North by lands of R. M. -McKnight; m th- E'ast, and West by lands now or for'merly of J. N. Frierson: and on the South n'y land, of T. L Burgess. The above described tract of iand being known as the "Louis Bennett" tract. 5. 103 acrcs. mlore or less, bounded: On the North and West by lands of the -tate 6f R. [. Briggs: on the East and South bw lands formerly of the estate of Elarby, but now said to be owned by c. M Davis. The above described tract of land being known as the "Sin leton Taylor" tract. G. 44 acres, more or less, bounded: On the North and South by lands now or formerly of Frierson; on the tast by lands of Felder, and on the West by lands of the estate of Daniel Felder. The above described tract of land being known as the "Simon Felder" tract. 7. 40 acres, more or less, bounded: On the North by lands of A. Weinberg; on the East by lands of L. D. Sports: on t;e South by lands of Frank McKnight, and on the West by lands of Ben Co bia. The above described tract of land being known as the "Cobia" lands. S. 45 acres. more or less, bounded: On the North by lands of the estate of S. M. Nexsen. and lands of W. I. Nex sen: on the East by the Quackenbush lands, and on the South and West by Potato Creek, the run being the> line. The above described tract of lana be ing known as the "Len Williams" tract. !j. 17! acres, more or less, bounded: On the North. East. South and West by lands now or formerly of the estate of John J. Frierson, and known as the Summer-House" tract; beina thesame conveyed to S. M. Nexsen by Deed of Emma S. Nelson, and recorded in the oice of the Clerk of Court for Claren don county in Book NN at page 661. 10. 100 acres, more or less. -bounded: Ou the North by lands of F. H. Ken nedy; on the East by lands of Ambrose Lemon; on the South by lands of Winn and Holleman, and on the West by lands of William Brailsford. The above de scribed tract of land being the same conveyed to S. M. Nexsen by Deed. of William Brailsford and recorded in the oice of t be Clerk of Court ior Claren don county in Bc'-k K-3 at page 284. 11. 22 acres, more or less, bounded: On the North and East by lands of Jos. J. Mitchum; on the West by lands of Ephraim Bennett, and on the South by lands of Cyrus .Davis; being the same onveyed to S. M. Nexsen -7. Deed 'of yrus Davis, recorded in Lb '.e of the Clerk of Court for Clargn in Book M-3 atpage 121. 12. 95 acres, more or -less, bound.1: On the North, East and South by lands formerly of thie estate of S. M. Nexsen. but nowv owned by Mrs. Em'ni'. [odgers; and on the West by lands of Dingle and Sports. The above described tract of land being known as the "Madi son Mack" tract, the same being con eveyd to S. M. Nexsen by Dded of J. Elbert Davis, SherifT. and recorded .in ,he office of the Clerk of Court for Clar non county in Book K-3 at page 639. 13. 83 acres, more or less, known as "The Cedars" and bounded on the North by Sumter and; Clarendon county line; n the East by lands of Boyd; on the South by lands of H. B. Richardson and' John C. Manning, and on the West by lands of John C. Manning; as per plat of the same made by E. J. Browne,Sur veyor, dated September 21, 1901, and filed 'in the office of the Cierk of Court for Clarendon county in Judgment Roll No. 2836. Terms of sale will be one-half cash upon the execution and delivery of a deed of conveyance and the remaining one-half to be secured by a bond and nortage of the lands purchased, with interest at eight per cent. from date of execution of said mortgage. For further infor'mation'apply .to PUR.DY & O'BRYAN, Manning, S. C. Attorneys for the estate-of S. M. Nex sen, deceased. DOLL CONTEST' Getting lively at ZEI6LER'S PHARMACY. Votes are pouring in1 for' anning's little favorites. ome ini and vote for your favorite. 100 votes FREE. ome in and let us tell you1 how it's done. List of candidates for the s20 D~oll and how they are running -up to Friday night, IalnnaPrV 20. 191i. ulia Brad ham........ ........10,700 Nina Sistrunk................. 9.100 Addie Wienburtr....... ......3400 Nerta Levi............... .... 1,500 May Bass.................... 1.200 Kate Odione................. 1,100 ora Ba~rnel........ ..-.-.---- 1o Marian Wells.................. 700 eila Margaret Dickson ........00 fosalee Fladger..... ... .......00 Elsie Hawkins................. 200 Georgie Sauls................. 200 Sally Wilson................... 200 Pauline Peevv....... . ------.....200 Ruby Mcllveen...--...---...... 200 sabell Thomas............-00 .lennet Plomvden...........-00 ennie Burgess..............00 Erma McKelvy..... ..........00 Ruth Cothern.................. 100 Valley Youtmans.............. 100 Virginia Coffey.........----.-.... 00 May Bell Young.---.--.--......... 00 M~innie Sue Sauls.............. 00 Daisy Barrineau.......-.......00 illian Legg..----............. 00 Marie Wells.-------......... 00 Pearl Adams......--.---.......200 Iary Johnson...--.------..7.00 Lucile Morris...... ........... 200 Das MrcTntnsh._.............. 900 COMFORTING WORDS. MAny a 'ianning liousehod Will - Find Them So. To have tha p:tin- and aches of a had back renoved: to be entirely free from anuoy ing , L.anOerous urinary disorders is enoualh to make any kitiney sufferer gratefu l. To tell how this: great change can be brought, about. will prove com forting words to huudreds.of Manning readers. S. C. Brown, 12 C.anal St.. Sumter, S. C., says: "I used Doan's Kidney Pills and they did me more good than all the other remedies I had previously tried. I suffered severel:y from a lame back and some days was not able to work. It was hard for mue to stoop or lift, I could not r-st wel and no position I assumed was cornfortab!e. In the morning upon arising. mv back was so laMe that I could harcly get about. The kidney s-retioris also contained sediment and were ( ioofrequent in passage. I finally p'rocured Dozn's Kidney Pills and they cured mne. I have not had a lame back since and the secretions do not annoy Mw. I am in good healtlh atpresentand give Doan's Kidney Pills the credit." Forsal.4 by al dealer.. Price 50 cents. Fosteri-Milburn Co , Bju!Taumi. Now York, so!e agents :ir t.he UOited States. Itemem.be- ihe tnme-Doan's-and take no oter. Delinquent Land Sale. By authority vested in me by execu tions issued and directed to me by L. L. Wells, County Treasurer, I will offer for sale for cash the following parcels of real estate on sales day in February next at the Court House in Manning at 12 o'clock, m.. at the suit of the State for taxes for 1909. FULTON TOWNSHIP. Moses Cords, et al, 4 lots. Richard James, 21;, acres. Horace Jefferson. 1 lot. FRIENDSHIP TOWNSHIP. Ed Brunson, 1 lot. ST. PAUL TOWNSHIP. Estate of H. P. Tate, 800 acres. SANTEE TOWNSHIP. P. U. Felder. 20 acres. Estate of Dublin Felder, 7j acres. ST. JAMES TOWNSHIP. SAMMY SWAMP TOWNSHIP. Malina Ann Kelley, 1 lot. IJA NIG TOWNSHIP. Augustus Collins, 3 lots; 1 building. Martha Severance, 1 lot. BREWINOTON TOWNSHIP. P. B. Thorne, 759 acres. MIDWAY TOWNSHIP. P. B. Thorne, 10 acres. Purchasers to pay for papers. E. B. GAMBLE, Sheriff Clarendon County. STATE OF SOUTH CAHOLINA, Clarendon County. COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. David Levi, Plaintiff against Anderson S. Boston, Defendant. Decree. UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A Judgment Order of the Court of Com mon Pleas, in the above stated ac tion, to ine directed, bearing date of December 24, 1910, 1 will sell at pub 1ie auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, cMaa'nda -ur..ouse...a Manning, in said county, within thej legar hours for judicial sales, on Mon day, the 6th day of February, 1911, b.eing salesday, the following describ ea real estate: "All that lot or parcel of land sit uate in the State of South Carolina, Clarendon County, at Remini, con taining acres, and bounded on the North by right-of-way of the Atlantic Coast~Line Railrbad; South by an allyway which separates it from land of H. P. Richardson; East by lands of B. B. King, and West by lands now or formerly of R. L. Fel der." Purchasers to pay for papers. . E. B. GAMBLE, Sheriff Clarendon County. WANTED Everybody to know we are HEADQUARTERS For Pure Drugs. PRESCRIPTION WORK A SPECIALTY :-: :-:e - J. H. HAWKINS, Licensed Pharmacist and M'g'r., FOR W. E. Brown & Co. EXAS TESTED ASOLUTELY by a noted oculiSt who will be t Zeigler's Pharmacy for TWO DAYS ONLY, .anuary 13th and 14th f this month. We personally guarantee every bit of his work. It's the very chance you have been waiting months for. Re member, Two Days Only. At the popular Drug Store. Zeigler's Pharmiacy, Safe Prescriptionists. KI LLmhCOUOH ANDCURETHELUNGS NEWDISCOVERY AND ALLTHOATAND LUNGTROUBLESI GU/ARANTEED S0AT/SFACTORY nO MONY RnFUDED.. If you would Raise Big Crops, If you would have fewer acres and Larger Crops. If you would reduce your cost of production, buy from the . COM BAEE RLE IZER CO CEHARLESTON, S. C. -X-T mar=facture all grades of fertilizers Ad carry a large stock of the best quality offer S" t Tze r matcr:. If you want fertilizers for Cotten, Corn, Grain, Tobacco, Truck bnly the best ficm a well korn company such as the coMAHEE FERTILIZER CC., Charleston, S. C. - - "'k-"The iome of Good Fertilizers" WRTE FOR PFRCE&S Come In And Ask AhO We want to tell you about the latest arid newest labor saver for the farmer-a marvel of mechanical genius-a regular "Jim Dandy"-the light, handy and simple. 0~f S MW ennp and8 Hump I You never saw an *ig like it before-nothing like it has ever been made. It makes a windmill pump mito a perfect Power Pumping Plant in a few minutes, and besides pumping, it runs separator, churn, grindstone, or any machine ordinarily rim byhand. You do the antaa. ing yourself. Costs less than a windmill! -Its well woith a special trip to learn about the. most wonderful invention you ever heard of. Next time you are -in town comein sure. We want to give you a catalog free. *0 __ .. Manning Ol l IThe BankofMii Manning S. C. . Cap Stock000 Surp;s........ - 40,000 Stockholders' i Total Protection to Deositors4120q000 = TWilS SPACE BELONGS TO D. HIRSCHMANN. __ * in the right way. Good habits iristilled * ~in the youth will bear goc -- in after years. Whether it be - account of the boy or a busines. L fth man that-is entrusted to ca-uaatedperfect satisfacti Hacker Mfg. C&o SUCCESSORS T sGeo. S. Hacker & SoD, ~L M E, C E M ENT Acme Plaster, Shingles, Laths, Fire 4. Brick, Drain Pipe, Etc :: CowandHAY, GIRAIN. Rice Flour, Ship Stuff, Bran, Mixed CowandChicken Feed:: HORSES, MULES. , We Manufacture Buggies. Wagons and Harness.-No g Doors, Sash and Blinds; Columns Order Too Large or Too Small :: :: +. and Balusters; Grilles and Gable 4. 4+ Ornaments; Screen Doors .and ~ BO TM-ARB LIV ST CK O~+ WE ss DEALsh Cord and Weights. . SUMTER, SOUTH CAROLINA Gas A. J. WHITE & CO., Successors to Physicians Advise jW.E.JNSOC. he use of a goodlaxative, to keep the bowels open and prevent the poisons of undigested~ food from gettinginto your system. The latest product of science is VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup, purely vegetable, gen..e, reliable and of a pleasant, aromatic taste. Velvo acts on the liver, as waell as ontbthe stomach and bowels, and is of the greatest possible efficacy 'n constipation, indigestion, biliousness, sick headache, feverishness, colic,flatulence, etc. Try VF . -UNDERITAKERS. PWe have bought the Undertaking RSILDepartment of W. E. Jenkinson Co. and will keep on hand a complete line Sof Coffins and Caskets. We are also prepared to do Embalming. Will also Glas for framin picures.an IA.J WHITE & CO., A. J. WHITE, JR., Mgr. BRING YOUR. Kc JOBBuWhO aRdKS"*" * ILESENE & HORTON, TO THE TIMES OFFICE. an.in, S. C.