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- MANNING. S. C. JL NE 1911
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Manning Chapter, No. Il
"Order of Eastern Star.'
Regular Meeting. First Tuesda.
- , ' in each Month.
(Mrs-.) 0. M. SMITH. W-.M
(Miss) SLSIE HAIR1N. Sec
ST. PETER'S, NO. 54,
A. F. ri.
-N( xt Mee~tite:. W('ir:( ayi.85:(
Entered Apprentice Degree.
F. L. WoLYs. W. M. E. J. BaowNE. See
RUTH CHAPTER, NO. 40,
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular Meeting. Second Mon
day in Each Month,
W.C.DAvis, FRD LsEEsx,
Hinh Priest. Secretary.
PIANI R [Iff U~RN.
A little go-ahead--A few good
seeds and the trick is turned.
We've got the Seeds-The e vry
R J[ON[FOR JUNE IN
21 Tomatoes, Cabbages. Collards,
19Rams-born,Black-eye Early Peas,
Cauliflower, Okra, Watermelons,
91 Cantaloupes, Squash, Pumpkins.
Radishes, Beans of all kinds,
H Sweet Corn.
For Field Planting we bare
Rye, Barley, Pearl or Cat-tail
Millet. Golden Dent Corn. West- g
wood Royal Corn.
MINNING f.ROIUR' Co.
Do not forget to pay your box rents
Rev. J. N. Booth will preach in the
Baptist church bere next Sunday.
Miss Bessie Harvin has returned
bome from a visit to friends in Georgia.
Mrs. F. H. Joy of Lamar, is visiting
the family of Mr. R. E. Harlee in Man
The Davis-O'Bryan marriage takes
place this afternoon at the Methoaist
Miss Julia Brailsford of Pinewood. is
is Manning visiting ber brother Mr. W
Mrs. T. B. Haynesworth of Fiorence,
is in Manning visiting her mother, Mrs.
L. E. Huggins.
Maj. Boyd Cole of Barnwell, spent
Sunday in Manning visit~ing his aunt
Mrs. D. M. Bradham.
There are a large number of visitors
in Manning to attend the O'Bryan-Davis
nuptials this evening.
The county chaingang is now in the
Fork section where the roads are sadly
in need of its services.
The base ball fans of this town are as
interested in Colun~ia's strides for the
pennant as are the enthusi's of the cap
Last Wednesday Ambrose Lemon, a
colored farmer living on Santee, Onl the
*Rose Manning place, had his dwelling
and its contents destroyed by tire.
The stores of the estate of the late
*Dr. W. E. Bro wn are now com plete and
they certainly are attractive and com
modious, they are a valuable addition
to the town.
Mrs. J. A. Burgess of Summerville
stopped over in Manning to visit her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stukes,
while on her way to Hendersonville for
~ Mr. S. J. Smith and family, after a
visit to their former home at Mullins,
have returned home to Manning, and
Mr. Smith will be ready for the cotton
business this season.
"Owl Roost" a rooming joint in the
Nettles block, occupied by several
young men as sleeping quarters, was
visited one night last week by a sneak
thief who relieved these young men of
The Knights of Pythias of Paxville,
will have a basket picnic at Cutters Mill
on the 4th of July. Mr. C. D. Brown,
grand keeper of records and seals of
Abbeville, will deliver an address. The
public is invited to attend.
Mr. Henry Smith of Workman, pass
ed through Manning this morning on
his way to Congaree where he is to be
maeried this evening to Miss Kelly. the
young lady who taught the Morris
school near Workman the past two ses
Manning Chapter No. 19 O E. S.
was represented at the Grand Chapter
meeting in Laurens !ast week by Mrs.
G. M. Smith, Mr. G. M. Smith. Miss
Zella Scarboroug b, Miss Susie Harvin.
Mrs. G. N Smith was elected Grand
The reports from the several sections
of this county indicate that the hot dry
winds a's having a bad etTect upon the
cropsespeciallycorn. The early plant.
ed crn i shoingsigns of wilt, and un
less it gets a good rain soon it is bound
to go back.
The county fair proposition can he
made a success if the projectors of the
scheme will get busy now. With a good
prospect for a more than average crop
the farmers throughout the county i!
properly approached would take kinaly
to the county fair we believe.
Darling ton has a near-beer saloon the
only one we have heard of in this State.
How did it get it? How near is the beer'
If these institutions are lawful and may
be permitted. it will not be long before
every town will have the suddy bever
age flowing over the saloon counters.
A ttention is directed to the. holdern
of boxes in the postotlce that the renth
are now due, and that those who have
not paid by Friday night will wake uf
on Saturday mnorning to hod theni
boxes closed against them; it will be a
saving of considerable ann.,yance *t
the box renters if they will pay theil
rents before Friday, and it will als'
help the postmaster in making up his
report promptly. Pay your box rento
There was . ra inh tltown of awl
ast. Saturdev which destroyed the twc
I sor% stor. of KL.nigi.: & KOiht to
lettier wIth its contents consilug of a
stock of general merchandise amount
ing to about $~>,000. We understand
that the property is covered with in
Tit:- TIM1Fs editor woubd be under oh
ligiat ions to the AlMermans of Alculn. if
tlr. would i-sue a statement to let the
public knon whethe9r or not they have
sold their railroad to the Seaboard, or
I have eltected arrangements by which
that road is to come through Manning.
We ask this to get relief.
Rev. A. R. Woodson left yesterday
for a visit to his parents at Fulton,
Missouri. Mr. Woodson has obtained
from his congregation a two months va
cation. and for a part, of the time while
he is away, his pulpit will be tilled by
Rev. Mr. Bridgemancf Indiantown. We
hope tbe trip will be enjoyed by Mr.
Woodson. and when he returns he will
be fat and strong.
The ladies of Home Branch Baptist
church will give a supper at. the home
of 'Mr. Ben HoOge's Friday night, June
30th, for the benefit of the Sunday school
rooms. The nublic is very cordially in
MISS PAULINE ANDREWS,
Miss EssIE RICH,
Mas. R. T. HOLLADAY,
Mr. W. P. Napier of Davis Station
has recently sold through the R. B.
Belser agency at Sumter his farm a
few miles from the station to Mr. Allen
Davis of the Brogdon sectionof Sumter
county. The place contains 400 acres
and was sold to Mr. Davis for '12.500.
We hope that this does not mean that
Mr. Napier will leave Clarendon, as he
is a young progressive farmer. the
kind of a man needed to aid in the gen
The post master was engaged all day
yesterday with Post Office Inspector
Morganroth. who was here inspecting
the Manning office. Mr. Morganroth is
a most. painstaking and courteous officer
and while he gave no indication what
the result of his inspection was, as such
officers seldom give out anything,. the
post master has good reasons to think
he was satisfied with the inspection, at
any rate, he found everything in its us
ual good order, and he had no com
plaints to investigate.
Married Sunday by Rev. Ernest Pos
ten of Lake City. -t the home of the
bride's parents. Judge and Mrs. J. E.
Richbourg at Foreston. Mr. T C. Brad
ham of Manning, and Miss Octie Rich
bourg. At this wedding there were rel
atives from far and wide, among them
were all of the children including Mr.
John W. Richbourg of West Palm
Beach Florida, and all of the grand chil
dren. This is the first time the whole
family had been together in twenty
years which was a great delight t' the
A disatrous fire occurred in Tim
monsville Monday morning when the
two-story brick store of D H Traxler
went up in flames. The two stores on
the lower floor were occupied by Pace
Brothers as a dry goods and furnish
ing store, and Walter C. Mims as a
furniture store. The upper story was
occupied by Dr. E. M. Belk and D. B.
Traxler, who had a imail stock of
clffns ano caskets stored away. The
s-ock of goods was turned over Satur
day bv Pace Brothers to D. H. Traxter
to satisfy a mortgage, and was valued
There will be more mercantile estab
lishments in Manning this fall than ever
before in its history, all of the new stores
that are being finished, are contracted
for, and we understand there are some
more merchants who desire to open bus
iress here. The old merc:hants realize
that the competition will be strong,
and otie of the livest of thbem all, told
the writer it means there will be a
strong pull for the business. every man
will do his utmost to create trade and
the race will be to the one who can offer
the best inducements, for the people as
a rule are from Missouri, and must be
One among the many social functions
of the past week was the "Kitchen
Shower" given by -the primary class
of the Methodist Sunday School to their
teacher, Miss Frances Davis, who on
Wensa,(this eveningr) the 28th, wvill
beoetebride of S. Oliver O'Bryan,
Esq. The children assembled at5 o'clock
on tbe church grounds, where they were
served to lemonade, and afterwards
joined in many pleasant gamcs with
their teacher. Promptly at six o'clock
two tots, Frances Dickson and Jack
Gerald, both relatives of the bride-to
be, came forward drawing a large ex
press wagon filled with kitchen uten
sils the gifts of the many little chil
dren. One of the amusements of the
afternoon was the reading by Miss
Davis of each childs' wish for her ex
pressed on the back of their cards., Ice
cream and cake were then served in
Died at her home in Bamberg last
Thursday night Mrs. Hennie Legg
Knight.~wife of Mr. A. W. Knight,
eitor of the Bamberg Herald. The
deceased was a daughter oif the late
Mrs. S. J. Legg, and she liv~ed during
her girlhood in Manning. As a young
ladv she was greatlv beloved her'e for
her magnificient character, and at her
home in Bamberg she won the esteem
of the community in which she lived
and moved in those things which make
for a better life. She leaves besides
her devoted husband, three children
and one sister Mrs. R. R Jenkinson of
Manning. The funeral took place at
Bamberg,Rev. W. H. Hodges conduct
ed the service In his bereavement
E~ditor Knight has the profound symn
nathv of the newspaper fraternity
throughout the State, many of whom
had a personal acquaiatance with the
Friday afternoon, June 23rd., Mrs. J.
D. Gerald at her beautiful and spacious
home on Main St., entertained for Miss
Frances Davis at a mniscelaneous show
er. Receiving with Mrs. Gerald were:
Mesdames .F. H. Shuler, C. Rl. Snr-ott,
S. L. Davis The lower floor was thrown
en suite and tastiiy and profusely deco
rated in green and white, the color
scheme. On entering the guests passed
to the parlor on the left, wvhere Miss
Davis received her fr-iends with Mrs.
Gerakl. Punch was served from a bower
in the hall by Misses Bertha D~avis and
Zela Scar borough In the dra wirig room
was displayed a bewildering array of
handsome linen, hand embroidery, cut
glass, silver and china. The massive
folding doors between the draw ing: room
and dining room having been opened
the guests were then served delicious
ice cream and cake by four young la
dies, Misses Rita Huggins, Mabel
Browe, Janie Wilson and HIeleu Boirer.
During the afternoon about seventy la
dies were entertained, a rain storm pr
vented many from attending. Miss Davis
is universally and derse rvedly popular,
holding a place of her own in the hearts
of the whole commnunity.
The school book~ adoption by
the State board according to the
Inewspaper reports, will entail a
tax uipon the patrons of the pub
li schools of a half million dol
lars. It is said that the changes
of books will amount to nearly
eighty per cent. Phew, think of
it one half million dollars must
be spent to gratify the notions of
a few men who are tired of the
books thyadopted a few years
ago The boar was not cornpe
tntoselect books for the sclhool
children five years ago or they
are rot now. There is something
A Profitable Exhibit.
The clemson-W inthrop education;
train arrived in Mlanolog last Thurs:da:
morfininr and it was visited by man
people fr-om all sectioas of the count
The boys corn clubs were-also in evi
dence and possibly manifested as muc
or more interest than their elders. Th
train consisted of seven ears. which b
the way is a contribution from the raii
road comlpauies to aid in the educatio
al development of the State. and it doe
no cost the State or the college on
ceur. carried a pair of Percheron mare
wbich in themselves were an iu i eres:in;
sight. and the lectures on these horse
were indeed of great value to those wh(
come in daily contact, with animas
there were several fine specimens o
fine hogs which also attracted consider
able attention, the cattle both milelier
as well as beeves afrorded the visitor
much to think about in their every da;
The several kinds of destroying in
sects and the talks on them was muel
appreciated by the farmer-student whi
is endeavorig to ward otT what is gen
erally believed will attack this countr;
sooner or later, the boil weevil. theri
was a good displav of the insects ant
vermin and the leaturers of bntolog:
made it entertaining for hfs auditors.
The domestic science cars was the at
traction for the ladies and many of thi
men were drawn-there also The ladie:
having this department in charge madE
a splendid display of cooking utensils
and the conveniences for up-to-datE
housekeeping. their denonsi rations
were zcod and educating. This depart
ment is in charge of Miss Carrie Hyde
assisted by Misses Mary Benton an<
Bruce Hough, and we will say righi
here that these excellent ladies are or
the job, they not only give splendic
talks on cookology and economical house
management but they demonstrated tc
the bachelor kind their value to take
charge of a home, not only this, these
ladies never lore an opportunity to boost
Winthrop, and the legislator who voted
against any appropriation for that col
lege had better steer clear of their de
partment if he values his hide for they
sure can with pretty smiles upon their
faces make it warm for hin.
The gentlemen of the party are Prof
D. N. Barrow,' chief (f the extension
divisioo: Prof. Archibold Smith, animal
industry; J. M. Rurgess. assistant ani
mal industry; T. J. Jackson, represent
iog seed crushers; D. E. Burnett, veti
erinary; and Napier, Professor of ag
riculture. All of these gentlemen lec
ture on their several dep rtments. Pro
fessor Burgess is a Clarendon man.
There seems to be an impression out
that these colleges are taking an expen
sive way to advertise themselves, but
Shis is a mistake, the railroads very gen
erously tcndered their rolling stock for
-the use of the college to make this dom
nstration. and the actual expense i
slight, especially when the benefit is
aken into consideration: very few whc
took advantage of the opportunity to
visit the exhibition but what will be
benefitted, and they will employ on their
own farms and in their own homes many
of the lessons they had demonstrated tc
This is the first attempt of the col
leges of this kind, it is experimental at
present but from what we saw and the
expressions we heard we believe it wil
:rrow in popularity until the demonstra
tions of this kind will be demanded by
the taxpayers of the State.
At the home of the bride's mother
Tuesday afternoon,- June 20, at five
'clock, in the presence of a large
udieneof relatives and friends, was
itnessed a most elaborate and beauti
ul nuptial cer-emony. The contract
ig parties of this union, were Miss
ellie Chandler, daughter of Mrs. W.
. Chandler, of Sumter, and Mr. Leon
1. Ga.n 'way. of Manning. S. C.
The.tw~o large parlors and hall were
eautifully and tastefully decor-ated in
;silax, ferns and roses. carrying out
he color scheme of pink and green-.
Lhe bridal party assembled in the
ack hall and at the first strains of
endelssohn's Wedding March, ren
ered by Miss Ria Lee Bowman, of
Mnning, little Misses Eva Chandler
nd Atha Galloway entered, each bear
ng a streamer of pink ribbonse, with
which they formed an ais!c. Next
ame Maid of Honor, Miss Mamie
Candler, sister of the br-ide. attended
by Mr-. Charles Wells. of Manning
Then entered t-he groom, who led his
bride. under a large pink lovers-knot..
usended from a beautifully decorated
rh. R~ev. F. H. Shuler of the Man
ning Methodist church, rn a beautiful
nd impressive ceremony, jo'ied them
in the holy bonds of wedlock.
The bride was beautifully attired in
essaline satin, en tr-aine, with a tulle
veil held in place with lillies of the
valley, and carried a shower of bouquet,
f white carnations and fe-rns Her
only or-nament was a gold necklace,
worn by her mother on her wedding
a. The maid of honor was tastefully
ooned in pink silk, and carried a
large bouquet of pink caranatsions and
After the cer-emony, those present
ee tendered a most delightful re
eption. A delicious ice course was
served. Miss Hassle Parrott grace
fully or-esided at the punch bowl. Miss
abel Parr-ott, and Mr. Frank Chandler
eeived the guests.
The popularity of the young couple
was manifested by the. number of
handsome presents sent by ft-lends at
home as well as abroad. Truesday eve
ing, amid showers of r-ice. and sincere
ongratulations of a host of friends, the
bappy couple boarded the train for
Clinton, S. C., and other noints in the
upper pat of the State, where they
will spend their honey-moon. and then
o o Manning. their future home.
The out-of-town guests present at
the wedding, were: Mr. and Mrs. 0.
C. Sires. Miss Marion Sires. of Sum
nerville: Mr. and Mrs. 0. D. Sires,
Miss Eva Sires; Mr. James Kennedv
nd Juanita Sires, of Mouzon; Mr. and
Mrs. .Toseph Sprott: Mr. and Mr-s. J.
. Galloway; Misses Fannie Thames,
Ria Lee Bowman, 3.1ay Bradham, Mat
tie Venning, Rut-h Galloway, Atha
Galloway, Rev. F. H. Shuler and Mr.
Charles'Wells, of Maning.-Sumter
Mr. Editor, as the far-mers have been
very busy with their crops, we could nor
gater enough newvs for- the past, twc
weeks to place in your p-aper,.but as
they are up with their work they can
oue and tell me something about- this
There are several cases of typhoid
fever near here. Those who arec sick
with the disease are, Mr. Harmon Hil
ton and daughter and Mr-. J. 0. Welts.
Mrs. S. F. Sprott and family of Spar
taburg. arc visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mr. J. P. Williams has accepted a 1)o
sit ion with C. M Davis & Co.
Dve Shorter says this is the wi-one
year- jot- his new way of planting cor-n.
Dr. Broadway arrrved yesterday antf
itil commence lils pr1actice at ti
Well, did is hurt? No: lhe is the eat
lest dentist I have ever had in in'
mouth before. Oh! you! Dr. Dye. Thih
is the cr-v.
Mr. .1J.Rihor of Summerton.
A Terrible Blunder
to nelect liver trouble. Never do it
Take hzr. King's New Life Pills on th<
first sign of constipation, billiousness or
inacve bowels and pr-event- vir-ulent in
digestion, jaundice or gall stones. Thea
regulate liver, stomach and bowels ani
build up your health. Only 25c at al
Don't Get I
k With the-gardens. bu
L as p0riper there's still a
A REAL GC
Just get in touch wil
vely we can heilp you.
Vegretables for Soup, 2-lb. can... 15c.
Condensed Soups, Campbell's, can 10c.
e Condensed Soups. None Such, can. '10c.
Condensed Soups, Heinz's. can... 10c.
IsHams, Sift's Premium, small, lb. 21c.
Hams, Kinuan's Reliable, 9-10 lb. 19c.
Break fast Bacon, Dove Brand..lb. 18c.
t Breakfast Bacon. Globe Brand, Ib. 21c.
d Smoked Bacon, very finest, lb... 11c.
Apples, sun dried. per l........ 15c.
r Apples. finest evaporated. lb.. .. 22c.
Peaches. large cans, floe for pies 16c.
Asparagus Tips. per can ...... .. 30c.
The Freshest. Compi
- Groceries in Clarendon C
DRINK SATSUMA T
ARE A I R TILL
J USToRCEED of carofHNe
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CSTEo E DUoC
10. Cal and see Sumte when
rnt and the weather hot
chance for you to get up
:h us and see how effecti
Tomatoes, extra fancy, large can 10c.
Lima Beans, 2-lb. cans......... 15c.
Peas. Early Tune, sifted, can.. 15c.
Peas, Early June, choice, can.... 12c.
Beans. Golden Wax, choice. can. 15c.
Irish Potatoes, new, per peck.. . 50c.
Corn. finest Maine, can.......... 15c.
Corn. choice Maine, can ...1....2c.
Corn, finest Maryland, can...... 10c.
Okra and Tomatoes, large can... 15c.
Okra, plain, in 2-lb. can ........ 15c.
Pork & Beans, VranCamp's, 18c. & 25c.
Baked Beans, Heinz's Vegetarian 18c.
test Stock of High-class
EA AND YOU WILL
IT T THING KNOI
THE CHOICE THl#%S
L BE GONE-THEYARE AUt
ICE AT OUP. STOlE - BUT
IE ARE PRETTIER,
IS NOW AT HIGH TIDE
JR CHOICE of' THE SEA
STYLES. Do NOT WAIT
ATTERNS AND STYLES
EA oN. COME NOW AND
L BE SOLD NEARLY AT
.NOW IS T HE TIME.
in need of a first- g
r mule right.
Horse~s and Mules.0
ne. 2 and 4-horse Wagons.
ae, -hot-se Wagons.
elebrated Moline Farm Imple
;isting of the following:
>d Cotton Planters. Blue Bird
ws and Cultivators.
. Chalmers and Hup.
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Mrs. E. M. Bradhan left Monday i
visit relatives at BishopvIlle.
Mrs. 11. S. Boyd. and children, a:
visiting relatives at Greeleyville.
Ca pt. C. K. Cyprtis spent the past we'
end with friends'at Chesterfield.
Miss Leila Corbett returned Frid:
from a week's visit to her sister. Mr
Leslie Butinson of Sumter.
Rss Daisy Cannon of Jacksonville.
vi6siting at. the10 hotm1e of Mr. G. [I. Cu
Niss Belle Bairnal of Manningv. spe
Jast week here visiting friends and re
Mrs. C. W. Hicks left on Friday f
an extended visit to her mother, Mr
A. L. Wallace of Sumter.
The juvenile society of the Meth
di ht cureh will serve ice erea rn in l
O"W post office buildin2 next Saturds
afternoon at. 4 o'clock. The iroceec
will he used for local work.
Misses Maud and MaY Boyd are visi
in their aunt., Mrs. .1. H. Rbodes
Little Miss Emma Brown entertaine
several of her friernds in honor of hE
sixth birthdav on last Thursday ever
on. Delightful refreshments were seri
"d and many games enjoyed.
Mrs. Shuford Griflin of Pinewoo<
pet at1w week at the home of Mi'.
LIttLe Gracie Weinberg, who wg
taken to the Sumter hospital with ti
phoid fever two weeks ago, is gettin
along very nicely and is hoped will soc
be At :ome a-gain. .
Paxville. S C.. June 260th. 1911.
Foley Kidney Pills contain just the it
gredients necessary to regulate an
strengt hen the action of the kidneys an
bladder. Try them yourself. W. I
Brown & Co
1 fine Milk Cow for Sale with youn
Calf. EUGENE KIXG.
5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any cas
of Chills and Fever. Price, 25c.
Wanted-A position by a young lad
as teacher in graded or country wchot
Address "Miss 0." Edgefield, S. C
R. F. D. No. 3.
15 or 6 doses "666" 'will cure any cas
of Chills and Fever. Price, 25c.
Lost-Between Manning and Sur
merton a Southern Railway Mileag
Book, containing about 600 miles wit
the undersigned name on inside covet
Rewarc if returned to, Jas. H. Craig
Bla-ckstock. S. C.
Single Comb White Leghorns.
Listen:-If you want your wife, so
or daughter to take more interest 1
the poultry and succeed, start. wit
pure blood. I have for sale 100 Pullet
rand 10 Cockerels. Ten Pullets or
Cockerel $10. One Jobnson Incubato
with 110 eggs $11.75. No stock, fo
sale alter July 15.
A. C. DAvis, Davis.Station.
Middle Age And Elderly People,
Use Foley Kidney Pills for quick an
parmanent results in all cases of kidne
and bladder troubles, and for painft
and annoying irregularities. W. E
I Brown & C.
The Clemson Agricultural College.
Ecrollment over 700-Value of pro
erty over a million and a quarter
Ninety teachers and officers.
Seven full four years courses, in At
rienlture, Engineering, etc.
ICost per session of nine months, it
cluding all fees, board. heat, light, laut
dry, and necessary uniforms-12187.
Students who are financially able pa
$40.00 tuition additional.
Scholarship and entrance examin:
tions.-The college maintains 124 Agri
cultural Scholarships, and 43 Textil
Scholarships. worth each $100.00 an
(Students who have attended Clemnso
college or any other College or Univer
si'y, are not eligible for the scholar
shi ps unless there are no othe:- eligibl<
Scholarshin and entrance examina
tions will be~held at the County Seats
July 14th, 9 a. mu. Next session open:
September 13, 1911.
Wtrite at once to W. M. Riggs, Presi
dent, Clemson College, S. C.. for cata
losue, seholarship blanks, etc. If yet
delay, you may be crowded out.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
ICOU RT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Richard I. Manning, Assignee, Plain
H. A. Brailsford and Hennie Brails
ford, (an infant under fourteer
years of age,) sole heirs at law anc
Idisitribuntees of Carrie D. Brailsford
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF 2
Judgment Order of the Court of Co~m
mon Pleas, in the above stated ac
tion, to me directed, bearing (late o
June 2. 1911. 1 will sell at pubm
lie auection, to the highest bidder, fo
cash, at Clarendon Court House, a
Mannin said county, within th
eglhusfor .iudicial sales, on Mon
day, the 3rd day of July, 1911, bein
salesday, the following described rea
All that tract of land situate, lyin
and being in the county of Ctaren
don, in the State aforesaid, contain
ing one hundred and twenty-eigha
and one-half (128f) acres, more o
less, and bounded on the Northwes
Iby lands of R. S. DeSebamps; on th
East by lands of John M. DeSehamps
on the South by lands of R. A. Law
rence and by other lands of mine
I(Mrs. Carrie D. Brailsford.) and ot
the Western sides by lands of R. S
DeShamps and by other lands o
mine, and by lands of R. A. Lawrence
ibeing the tract of land referred to it
Ian instrument signed by IR. S. Dle
IScamps, .1. M. DeSehamps and Bruec
W. DeSchamups, dated D)ecember 15th
1904 and recorded in the office of th<
C. C. C. P. for Ciarendon county i
Book Q. :3, Pamge 154; amnd being thi
Itract designated as Lot A. on a pltt
of "Oaklands" plantation made h:
Harmon D). Moise, Surveyor, an<
dated De'cemnber~14th, 1904, and re
corded in said office in Book N. :3, a~
Purchasers to pay for papers.
E. B. GAMBLE.
Sheriff Ciarendon County.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Pro
bate for Clarendon county, on th
I27thdao of July, 1911, for letters o
discharge, as guardian for Leonidat
W. Felder, formerly a minor.
W. E. FELDER,
Summerton, S. C., June 20th, 1911.
Notice of Discharge.
Iwill apaply to the Judge of Probat
for Clarendon county, on the 27th da:
of July, 1911, for letters of discharg
as administrator of the estate c
.James Thomas Logan. deceased.
Pinewood, S. C., June 15th, 1911.
We have opened ip a first class mea
market, at Sardinia, and will alway
have a full supply of fresh meats. W
will also carry ice at all times.
Give Us Your Patronage.
I ardintia Palace Meat Market.