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This heading means a great deal, for it is no easy task to per
fect every department of an establishimer.t like ours, to handle the
volume of trade that we have every reason to expect will be ten
dered to us this season. September so far has shown a very lib
eral increase over the corresponding period of last year, and if
"Coming Events Cast
Their Shadows Before"
THIS PROMISES TO BE
OUR BANNER SEASON.
It is indeed gratifying to note the unusual increase in the vol
ume of our business, and to say that we appreciate the confidence
reposed in us, gives but a faint idea of our feelings. We regard
the interest of every person that does business with us as ours,
and will do ev'erything in our power to protect them.
We cannot give away gold dollars for ninety cents, no reason
able person expects that, and wherever you find a merchant offer
ing staple merchandise at less than cost, his object is to attract
you to his store with a view of selling you something the value of
which you are not familiar with, and make up his loss on the lead
ing article, as well as a comfortable profit on the other items.
Nothing of that character will be tolerated in this store; we de
spise it. Our business is based upon a legitimate percentage of
profit, and that figured on as close a basis as is consistent with in
telligent merchandising. It is true, we sometimes sell goods at
and below cost, but that only occurs at the end of- a season, or
when we have erred in buying something that did not prove to be
as good a seller as we expected, or bought too freely of certain
lines, then we make our loss as quickly as possible, for experience
has taught us that the first loss is always the lightest. Our ambi
tion ought to be satisfied for we are said, by those who are in a
position to know. to be
The Largest Retail
Dealers in the State.
And while we might be satisfied to remain just in the position we
are, that would be practically impossible, we must go backward or
forward, and our mercantile pride will not permit of a backward
step, and each year will find us in the front rank, seeking new
fields, new customers, and keeping fully in touch with the spirit
and progress of the city in which we take such pride.
SUM.~LTER. S. C.
L- B. DURANT, R. K. WILDER, P. M- PARROTT, -
President. Vice-President. Secretary.
TUB DRANT HARDIARE COMPANY
Opposite Court House,
S -l~ter. - - B- C
We invite the people of Clarendon to visit our store or write to us for prices
when thev are needing anything in our line. We have added more capital to1
our busiriess in order to meet the increasing demands, and our Mr. L. B. Dui
Ran wlalas welcome hi friends from C aendonRIGIPLMNS
HOUSEFURNISHINGS, HARNESS, SADDLES, MACHINERY SUPPLIES,:1
BELTINGS of all kinds. BARB WIRE at prices which cannot be duplicated.1
We have just received a carload of Elwood Field Fencing, Guns. Powder,
Shot, Shells and Sportsmen's Goods.
Devoe's Celebrated Paints.
VAP-A-LAC, the Housekeepers'
Delight for making old
Come to see us.
THE DURANT HARDWARE COMPANY,
SUT E~I~'R, S. C.
THE ARGYLE HOTEL.
Open for Theatre Partlos and Special Dirnners.
1uLJ OFPE ALN P L ALN.
OP F O A. M. T HE R S URA T MR. C A" ERTT
ROOMS EN SUITE. WITH AND WITHOUT PEIvATE BATHs.
NEW ENTRANCE ON HAsELL STREET.
~Charleston's First and Only Moderm European Plan Hotel.
THE ARGYLE HOTEL CO., Proprietors.
For Convenience and Safety,
You should deposit your oe in B ed ber s fo aety, we av Bugar n
nued ~growh i edence of the conlidence reposed In us by the pepe fMann
and the surrouninrg country.
Deposits October 1, 1904, $38,154,82.
Deposits October 1. 1905, $72,559.67.
Bank of Clarendon, Xaming,s3.0.
TO THE TINES OFFICE.
The Fighting Fund.
The contributions through THE
TISIES to the Cotton Association fund I
to date are as follows:
D. B. Davis....... 1 00 S. A. Hunter.$100
J. W. llroadwav.. i ('0 W. I. Davist0..I
. . Brig. ... Tisdale. I aj
A. L. Lcses.ne .... 1 0 1. Lesese.... i 0
Le-:i Merran'iteeCo . I. Moses. I
J. W. 3eLeod..... 1 00 T. J. Stuites. 5o
W.T:.Jenkin- onCo 5 00 A. L Barron. f
J. II. Rigby........ 5 00 Dr. C. B. uigur.. d
llIank of Clarendon 2 00 J. MvD. McFaddin 1 00
.. H. Mahoney.... 1 00 Manning Grocery
Company ...1 W1
1. M. Loryea...... 50 B. A. Johnson.... 1 00 r
Thomas Ninuner. 1 00 NI ai n iita Hard- f
w-tre Co...1 00
'. M. Davis& Co.. .i jP i Mou5on.. O
J. D. Driggers..... I x 1 ,i. It. L. rier.. 50
A. P. Burgers..... NP 5 .. Itihboura.. 25 F
L. . Wells & Co.. 00 -. R Venning.... W h
S. L. KrasnoT.... 1 00 T J Tidai. 00
R. M. Mahoney.... 50 J F. Bradhan.... 1 O C
H. L Wise.... Bnk of Manning. 10
J. H: DuBose..... 0 J S Davis. i
Charlton DuRunt. 1 00 W. C.Davis. 1 00
W. J. Rawlinson -W H L 1. Hod-.. 50
J. B. Alsbrook.... V. . Holladay... e
G. M. Bradham ... 50Jk Wilson. 1 00
M. W. Wilson..... 0 A . Chandler.. 0 V
1. M. Woods, Jr... Dr . A. Cole. 1 00
D. M. Epps...... .. iR. C Wells. 1 0
Thomas Bradam. 1 00 W. D Gamble.... 500
D. C. Shaw........ 00 M Davis& 00
J. W. Holladay... J R Hodge. 5
W. G. Mullins..... 50 J.N McLeod. 50
WVP. L...... 50 M Webster.... 50
MeLeod - Wilkins
Company....... 5 00 R A Fan. 50
J. M. Lee.......... 1 00 .P.Emanual... 200
Louis Levi. .3 JO W. P. Hawkins Co 1 00
C..ason. 25 Louis Appelt..... 1 00
E.D.Hodge . 1 WR. D. Cothran.... 1 00
D.Levi.......... 200 C. Rt. Sprotti... 250 0'
Leon Weinberg... 1 00 T. V. Plowden.... 1 00
J. R. HaynesworIh 1 00 T. B. Mims...... 150
R. , Lckey. 1 0 W . Bradh m... 1 00 c
J H Alsbrook..50 J D Hollada .... 1 00
A .olladay. 100 J E Beard...... 1 00 i
SA Plowde. D50 D M Rodgers.. 250
New Zion Associa- J L Green.. 1 00 ,
D R DuBoseA.. I E Thompson... 0
PB Harvin..I WFHarrnngton. .
W Plowden..... 1 00 J Graham.
SB Stukes. 25 E R Plowden..... 00 a
MDavis . 100 J MDavis .... I d
T.rs R J AycockT. 1 00
We. the undersigned citizens and merchants C
Jf Summerton. S. C.. subscribe the amounts op. a
poite our names to aid the Southern Cotton
:;,rowers Association in their magnificent work d'
In aiding the farmers to get a remunerative and Ir
rair value for their cotton :
u mme r ton Mer- L T Fischer ...200S
canileWCompany. 00 MS Cantev....... 1 00
;ummerton Hard. Richard B myth. 5 0
ware Company.. W 00 Bank of Summer
RRBriggs . 20 ton.......... a00
3ummerton Insur- The Capers Drug
ance Agency.... 2 00 Company1. 00
I J White, P M.. 1 00 J F rR ..... 100 tl
Wohn W Hilton ....amb . 5 00
i C Way..... 100 P1 Halliday ...50 t
., W Gardner... '27) S L Gardner . 2.. 5
WJEv.ans. 0 R eels........ 25
fRFrseJ........25 L R Chewning 0 P
ISCarey. 100. W R.. .n....... 100
SBu olladay...... 0 0 M D Wells P .H 5 00
SBriggs....... 25 APBugess.
3C Ragin.......50 John Gardner... 1 00
A Richburg..... SM Walker. a
E Brailsford. 90 - Richard Pierson..2 ~
Leon Weinbe... di0
e Wey. EQ Rowe........25
JeterChewing. 2- L LawsonA.s . 5
rS Watt ........ .50 JD Rutledge.2
oel Benbow.......50 J H Dingle . 75
DN RTuroe....... 1 00 J V Carrigan...
THarvin.... D. OCScarborough.. 5 001d
B D Holiday. 1 00 W W Anderson... 3 00 1
We. the undersigned citizens of Pinewood. S. 0
'.have contributed the amount-, opposite our
iames; for the purpose of aiding the Southern a:
,otou Growers Association, said sums to be
ised at the discretion o" the officers of the Asso- d
,iation in any way they may see fit, to defray the P]
mpenses incurred by the Association: a
SRichardson,Jr 00 WWeeks....... 1 00
E Broughton.... 1 00 Henry B Richard- h
?HBroughton.. 100 son ......... 00
SB RiHardson.jr 1 000 F Harwingtn.. 59 WP
F R Groen..... 1 00 H T Avant...... 1 00 .
J B Saley,M D.. 1 0 CE Strange...... 1 00
5 RtLide: .... 100 A G Stack.... 10 IW
T L Feldier ........00 HC Mims......... 1 00
) HHarrin . 100..I G WSmith .... 100 lb
5G Griffin ...... 5 Pinewood Mercan
;am Ragin. 5 tile Company.. 1 00 S(
)r M D Murrae... 1 00 Richard Ricehrd is
is mE Barwick. 1 00 son .......... 100
SEuelder ... WDEpperson.... 1 ti
rJ Broughton.... 100 Jeff James. Jr. ot
o1 R C Richard- Rev Jeff James. Sr 1 00
son.Sr .Associati1 00 Rufus Bosar .1 IW f
SL Burkert .r 25 T
catlCompdLay1000 Mt Cate.... to0
uerto Hard- YoucHare Aways Ught B
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oncte Acillating0 Coucty........bia's
C iteP .10 Cocunr....l100al
[oThe WEHitor....The State-anC500
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3t atey...... folih outBo-dat ...... Io
Bute toBrighe.pr.es.nt APBgeat...... 5as
BCRai........ e5 . Citn Gardner...ls0
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ouS Wto.. de... 5a pJan todimatlede.. 2 p.
Stelanbw.... unt0 th preengl.... boar
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se at balm fosreto all thgesones of eAS
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SPIRIT OF THE STATE PRESS.
xcerpts From the Trenchant I'ens of Our
Unless the constables are!
eally needed it would be better
jr the prohibition counties to
ispense with their service, for
heir presence in the county is
egarded by many a standing re
atation of the wisdom of voting
ut the dispensary; they are
ointed to as evidence that pro
ibition is a failure. As long as
onstables are detailed to keep
own blind tigers in a prohibi
on county the task will be left
ntirely to them, whereas if they
,ere not present the people of
ie county and the regularly con
bituted officers would take the
iatter in hand, and public senti
ient would sustain the law.
It is an offense against civiliza
on and a stench in the nostrels
f the world for the Turks to
ill a few hundred Christians oc
isionally, then where would
le massacre of tens of thousands
f Russian Jews be classed in
ie catalogue of national crimes?
ne man is as good as another
ad it is as wrong for an Ortho
Dx Russian to kill a Jew as for
true believer of the Turks to
a American Christian. Why
n't the powers protest and de
onstrate against Russia?
The great public heart would
pplaud the preaching of tem
arance by anybody in or out of
ie pulpit. But the preaching of
,perance and the instilling of
ie temperance principle or the
icouragement of the habit ab
aining from the use of intoxi
Lnts as a beverage is quite
iother thing from fighting the
spensary. The temperance peo
Le who have Joined the license
sople in their fight against the
spensary. seem to be utterly
>ivious to the fact that the
eat mass of those who have
-rayed themselves against the
spensary have never promised
-ohibition, but have frankly
id honestly said that they favor
gh license. When good tem
rance men join the liquor
rces in fighting for high li
nse we are scarcely able to be
ave our senses. There is rea
>n to believe that high license
the most objectionable ofr all
te legal forms of dealings with
be liquor traffic. It gives to a
w a monopoly. The holder of
high license has the greatest
duccements for fraud and ex
rtion.-Abbeville Press and
The idea of an advance agree
ent between the producers and
te spinners as to the price of
>tton is, we think, a good one.
the spinners bad been willing
st summer at Asheville therea
ould have been but little trouble<
>out such an agreement. The
et that there was *no such]
~reement was more the fault
the spinners than of the pro
icers. Now the producers.
rough their president, are try
g to give the spinners a well
served lesson and it is hoped.
at they will succeed.
It is quite possible that fifteeni
nts cotton may demoralize the<
tton growers and result in the
anting of the largest acreage,]
d the largest crop that has1
rer been known; but the result-i
g conditions cannot be any1
orse than those than with which]
be present generation is thor
ighly familiar, and just as those
>nditions once regulated them
ives, they can, if they come4
xut, do so again. The imme
ate question of the greatest
ncern, as we see it, is not what
fect 15 cents will have on the
ture; but can we get 15 cents
r the balance of the crop. If we
n get 15 cents now we will be
~tter able to take care of our
lves when the price goes down
We hold that the dispensay is1
e best solution of the liquor
estion. Since the enactment
the law there has been more
straint upon the sale of mntoxi
ting liquors than ever before
this State, and the drinking
whiskey has been so reduced
at the consumption of whiskey
South Caaolina is about the
nth part of the general aver
e for the United States. Last
~ar according to the dispensary
port of the sales of liquor, the
~rapita consumption in South
~rolina was $2.51. According1
the American Grocer the per
~pita consumption of intoxica
rig liquors in the United States
$18.25. The average has been
duced in South Carolina by the
straints imposed upon sales by
e dispensary law, notwith
anding the obstructions thrown
the way of its enforcement by
e agents and allies of the whis
y leagues of the country. It
is been fought by pretended
ohibitionists, political preach
-s, blind tigers, high license.
en and those who are working
r the return of barrooms. And
the dispensary if the dispen
ry is cast out it will not be
ng until barrooms will be run
ng at full blastlthroughout the
bate. The State dof Maine is
ald up as an example of how
cohibition can be enforced. The
:iginal law was a Onulity and
ie Surgis act was passed to aid
the prohibition work. When
went into operation in the city
E Portland there were 30 sa
>ons open in spite of the Maine
sw. 1903. Maine had 958 retail
ad 14 wholesale liquor dealers,
much greater number thau we
ad in IlSouth Carolina.-Abbe
Items of General News Gleaned From the
Mr. Sims(.. Brown sold orei
thirty turkeys in town on Satur
day for 12 cents a pound, feath
ers and all-Newberry Observer.
Mrs. Margaret Sligh, widow
of the late Jacob Sligh, who died
about fifteen years ago, celebra
ted her 90th anniversary on last
Thursday. Mrs. Sligh lives with
her son, Mr. MeDuffle Sligh,
near old Ebenezer and is remark
ably active for one of her ad
vanced age. She frequently car
ries her wood for her room and
does many other smaller chores.
Her health is good,does not have
a pain or an ache and bids fair tc
reach her 100 years.-New berry
Herald and News.
Persons who live along the
roads leading out from the town
of Newberry and the town of
Prosperity tell me that people
going out of town and especially
on Saturday afternoon and night
are much more orderly than they
were when we had the dispen
sary; not drunk now and that
their teams are not driven hard
and abused as they frequently
were before. Taking the situa
tion as a whole, I have no hesi
tation in saying that in voting
out the dispensary has been a
great gain for morals, good order
and sobriety in the county of
Newberry.-Hon. Geo. B. Cro
mer in Newberry News and
Mr. Willie Smoak, of this place,
in a recent civil service examina
tion for postal clerk, rated 99.25
out of a possible 100.-Lexing
Cotton keeps up in the Abbe
ville market. There are about
3,000 bales in the warehouse
awaiting a higher price.-Abbe
Grace Wales, thirteen year
Dld farmer girl, living near Sedg
wick, is worth a trainload of but
erflies that gad the street, flirt
and chew gum. This season she
has cut ninety acres of grain,
,ultivated twenty acres of corn,
pioughed forty acres of wheat.
barrowed forty acres of ground.
ind mowed fifty acres of hay.
Mrs. Anna Rumbalo died a few
lays ago at Spartanburg in the
LO8th year of her age. She was
:orn before George Washington
lied. Mrs. Rumbalo was a. na
ive of Georgia and was twenty
>ne years of age when the Semi
iole Indians attacked her family
mnd killed her father and mother
Ld made her brother a prisoner.
She was considered an old wom
mn when the Civil war began.
Ber memory was almost perfect
ap to within a few hours of her
leath, and she talked interest
ngly of the "good old days" of
ong ago.-Fort Mill Times.
A great many people are not
cquainted with the postage rate
>n certain parcels of mail matter
mud are at times are much incon
renienced as a result. Written
nvitations, for instance, are
>ften posted in envelopes bear
ng one cent stamp. In such
~ases the carrier or postmaster
s forced by tl- . postal laws to
201d the pare until the addi
~ional, or fin~ ,ass postage has
been paid. Any piece of written
nail matter, whether the enve
.ope be sealed or not, is classed
is a communication and requires
irst-class postage. Printed in
ritations, -circulars. etc., require
>e cent postage.
All efforts have failed to find a better
:emedy for coughs, colds and lung trou
les than Foley's Honey and Tar. It
tops the cough, heals the lurgs and
>revents serious results from a cold.
[. N. Patterson, Nashua, Iowa, writes :
'Last winter I had a bad cold on my
ungs and tried at least half a dozen ad
rertised cough medicines and had treat
nent from two physicians without get
ingany benefit. A friend recommended
oiey's Honey and Tar and two-thirds
f a bottle cured me. I consider it the
treatest cough and lung medicine in
he world." The R. B. Loryea Drug
store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
Imagination doth make cowards of us
Laziness is the fruit of misdirected
It was a huge task to undertake the
:ure of such a bad case of kidney dis
ase as that of C. F. Collier, of Chero
ee, Iowa, but Electric Bitters did it.
Ee writes: "My kidneys were so far
tone I could not sit on a chair without
I cushion, and suffered from dreadful
yackache, headache and depression. In
lectric Bitters, however, I found a
~ure, and by them was restored to per
~ect health. I recommend this great
onic medicine to all with 'weak kid.
2eys, liver or stomach. Guar-anteed by
R. B. Loryea Drug Store . price 000.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
By James M. Windham, Esq.. Probate
LJHEREAS. Hugh C. Haynsworth
Wmade suit to me, to grant him Let
,ers of Administration with the will
mnexed of the estate of and effects of
samuel C. C. Richardson, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and ad
nonish all and singular the kindred
md creditors of the said Samuel C. C.
Richardson, deceased, that they be and
appear before me, in the Court of Pro
ate, to be held at Manning on the 7th
la of December next after publication.
:hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
- show cause, if any they have, why
she said administration should not be
SGiven under my hand, this 18th day
yf November. A. D. 1905.
JAMES M. WINDHAM,
[SEA L.] Judge of Probate.
2 Good Books.
W~l RITE T CUAlLES A. CATVO. JR.
WRT 11P. (). Box 77. Columb ia. S. C.. an(
get a'copy or
A bouk for oys d .. i.-r. :ril those of :,rger
growth. warm'2~n:: tir'-m of the perils of life. vhiel
if avoided Will gie tikAm ;ce and lappines<
in this world and eteral biias hereafter. hut il
disregarded will bring then misery and wot
here and eternal torment afterwards. (Copy.
righted). Price 50 cents. BV Charles A. Calvo.
Jr., for twentyyears proprietor of The Columbiu
Daily Register and State Printer and Publisher
Southern Christian Advocate. Also.
" Al I Y BROTHER'S KEEPER?"
a discourse delivered by Mr. Calvo in the First
Christian Church, Columbia, S. C.. at the morn
ing service, price 25c. This last named booklet
is a strong Temperance tract and should be
scattered broadcast throughout the land.
Of - Danger Signals." Mr. Edward J. Handley,
one of the oldest and most respected printers in
the Government Printing Onice. Washington,
who worked alongside of its author last Winter,
says : "I read your * Danger Signals' with muct
interest. It is a pity that such information as
it contains could not be properly impiessed upon
the youthful mind. Then manhood would be
improved and many of the nervous disorders
which now exist would disappear."
The People's Recorder. Orangeburg, S
says of it: --We regard it the brightest . -.vel
for youth coming before our notice."
Mrs. Electra Mershon Craig. Editor of The
Southern Poultry Courier. Waycross, Ga., says
of it : "It is indeed an excellent. well written
work, and shows much intense thought on the
part of the author. He relates his experience
for the benefit of others. who by following his
teaching will escape many snares and pitfalls."
Professor I. Means Davis of the South Caro
lina College say of it: " Its advice to the young
Mr. and Mrs. Gev. A. Corwin. Managers Nerve
Force Remedy Co.. Twelfth Ward Bank Build
ing, New York City. say of it: - We thank you
for the noble little book you send-it is indeed a
wonderful piece of work. and should do a great
deal of good."
Hon. R. H. Jennings, State Treasurer of South
Carolina. next door neighbor of Mr. Calvo and
an honored Steward in the Methodist Church,
respected and loved by all, says : - Dear Friend:
I acknowledge with thanks receipt of your little
book Danger Signals. I hare read it through,
and am now prepared to say that it contains
some very wholesome advice to young people.
There is much truth and good aa7ce in the little
book with which I am in hearty iympathy."
Mr. Herman Zadek. Manager Gonzales Book
Store. Columbia, S. C., says of it : - I read your
book with great pleasure and think it should be
read by every young man The benefits he will
derive will be of great h p through his young
life. He can only be good and converted to bet
ter living if he reads and understands your
Rev.Maurice Bertrand Ingle, an honor gradu
ate of Harvard, Pastor of the First Christian
Church. Columbia, S. C., says : "There are
many things in your book that are good for the
young to know. There is too much false mod
esty in the world anyhow."
Right Rev. Ellison Capers, Protestant Episco
pal Bishop of South Carolina, says : "There is
much truth and some good counsel to the young
in it," but he deprecates its being read by those
whom it will benefit. and they would be most
unlikly to acquire the information from any
Mr. Bean Pitman, the well known phono
grapher, says "It contains much useful advice
which young people must know and live to be
healthy and happy," but he does not want the
girls to read it. and yet girls are entitled to the
knowledge which only Danger Signals imparts.
"Danger Signals " also contains the author's
analysis of the Fourtn Commandment, showing
that it has never been comprehended, even by
the Jews, ard that it is equally a violation of it
to labor at night as on the Sabbath. and that
not a living soul is properly observing the com
mandment relative to .the Sabbath.
Of -Am I My Brother's Keeper ?" Mr. Thomas
Jefferson LaMotte. a leading South Carolina
Prohibitionist, to whom it is dedicated .says:
"It is worthy of th head and heart from which
it emanated and of the cause it is meant to pro
mote." And Col, J. P. Thomas, Superintendent
S. C. Military Academy, one of the most schol
arly of men. says: "-I have read your book with
;9Agents for these books wanted every
where at 40 per cent. commission.
Address CHARLES A. CALVO. JR., P. O. Box
77. Columbia. S. C.
-2 WEEKS ONLY, ON
We have just received
a new lot of Watches and
Chains, which we pro
pose to sell
AT REDUCED PRICE
for two weeks. Here is
a few of our prices:
A 18 size Gold-filled
case, fitted with 15 jew
el adjusted Illinois Move
ment, for $10.
A Nickle case screw
back and screw face, fit
ted wifh 15 jewel Rock
ford Movement, for $8.
A 20 year Gold-filled
case, fitted with 7 iewel
Standard works, at $8.
A 20 year Gold-filled
case, hand engraved, fit
ted with 7 jewel Fortuna
Movement, at $12.50.
Silver 'Case Watches
with 7 jewel movement
.A 20 year Gold-filled
Boss Chain for $1.25. -
We have Columbus 15
jewel Movement at $7.
50. 6 size Fortuna move
ment for $4.
Safety Vest Fobs at
Longnett Guard Chains
20 year filled Guard
Chains at $2.50.
Remember, we have
everything in the Jew
elry Line, and will sell at
about cost for two weeks
Beginning Nov. 27.
We will trade you a
new watch for your old
one, we will repair your
watches and clocks at
IDon't forget the date,
come early and get your
Notice to Creditors.
All persons hlaving claims against
the estate of J. Pat Broek, de
ceased, wvill present them duly at
tested, and those owing said estate
will make payment to
MRS. SUSAN E. BRocK,
Silver, R. F. Di., Noy. 18, 1005.
ALL PERSONS ARE HEREBY
forbidden to Hunt, Shoot, or Trespass
in any way upon the Lands of the uin
MR'S. E. N. RICHA RDSON.
R. C. RICHARDSON.
Pinewool S. C November -7. 1905.
1 L C. Sih ha mrG nwttmohbakbres i hly e
ate d esr ibed a b , val u dn loc0., p ~ ud tresent price 875
1dornle hameleShts htunmaued at 25., now Com0.n
Ibo n di io o thareed aoves tws hael anc stockdof Singl Guns,.00
inluin ou L.Celebated Nitrmeer ingl hsotgunckbrl, whihyte
Wiis e harfemckt ai m s a nic ale asso0, rtm ent fiLeg gs -1
artesridse anBets also a. fullen pie of.5 Ammuntion
We avereently rheceiovedh a ull earo of Ameicnl Field
Fein Wer caemred tn te Sty gle ro n which o see t,. al
anbet uso frnih youdan temart et f cs o eciyour farm gord
pasture. We have this fence at the lowest price at which i- has
ever been sold before.
Very truly yours,
MANNING HARDWARE COMPANY,
1 L.tC. mmit hmmrGnth mooth blac alighml M
a n They say money does not make peo
ple happy! Try a Box of
We are Agents for it.
TH"'IRS -RUG COMPANY
We also sell
Kodaks and Kodak Suno I.
0 nWe have just opened up the larges
and highest grade of Novelties and Hand
Painted China evershown in Clarendon
County. We have made it unnecessary for
s you to send off for this line of goods. Make
our store your headquarters when you come
TUE PAPCE MRG COMPANT
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of Fesne.sshver than toestyles fomt whaici the seleh-l
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c astuhre. We have thseencerog al the wsoric a saich problem
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MANNIN, HArniture, COMAN.
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