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Editor The Munning Times:
As I have been appointed to another
charge for the present conference year,
I desire to express in this public way
my appreciation to the people of Pine
vood and Pinewood charge for theit
hearty co-operation in every good work
during my two years' stay here. This
co-operation with the many tangibe
tokens of appreciation on their part
have brought me and mine under ever
lasting obligations to them. How deep
ly I feel my unworthiness of such kind
ness! A Christmas gift in the form of
a purse of sutlicient amount to purchase
a buggy was received this mormng.
May heaven's richest blessing rest
upon the givers and upon all the peo
pie of this section-to whom we now
say good-bye (God be with you).
L. L. BEDENBOUGH.
New Zion Letter.
Editor The Manning Times:
All of our teachers are spending the
holidays at their respective homes.
Mr. Ed. Fleming has postponed open
ing livery business until next spring.
Several from this section attended
the Georgetown Centennial celebra
tion last week.
What has become of Manning's mo
lasses-haired young dude?
I seemed to have made G. a stick
pin in himself and wake up. His com
ments on my letter last week were
very weak, never mind, I am satisfied,
my shots have taken effect, and brought
down the game all right enough. I see
that two of our Representatives coughed
en $1., DesChamps $2., and so
far as erned all is forgiven.
It is rumored here that G. is expect
ing a job over in Columbia, and I hope
he will get it and hold it down statis
factorily. He is a nice fellow, even if
his mental capacities do need develop
ing along certain lines, and I wish THE
TImES would give him more space to
spread himself so that he will give us
plenty of good news from Turbeville.
Editor The Manning Times
Forty years ago, the section of coun
try surrounding the town of Summer
ton, like other portions of the Southern
part of this Republic, was desolate and
stricken with poverty and the want of
hope, which followed as .a necessary
aftermath to a great civil war.
At that time. necessary clothing ap
parel was hardly to had: farms and
homes had fallen in ruin and good gov
vernment was a myth; the cattle on. a
thousand hills lived in the memory of
man as a mere poem; the horse and the
mule had either been taken or eaten,
and labor was in a state of anarchy;
whoever stole the purse of the business
man of that day, stole trash; even the
swine, the ever essential of the labor
ing man, had fallen under the wave of
war and the friendly dog had bleached.
his bones upon the plains; men and
women were little given in marriage in
those dark das, few babies were
brought into the world, and the prac
tical burden of making a livelihood
fell hard upon the erstswhile man of
In the closing days of the year 1905,
the men and women of Summerton, are
prepared to tell to the world a differ
ent story; at this time. the language of
the business man, the farmer, the fam
ily, differs quite essentially to the com
mon talk of forty years ago; possibly
another town in this State could not
roduce as many well-bred horses as
an be found at any time around and
about Summerton and the farmers
ereabout make an effort to outdo each
ther in keeping fat and fine mules;
hereas many years ago, a very poor
reed of hogs and cattle were kept in
this community, the citizen of this sec
tion at this time, will buy only the hog
Eth~e cow which has a pedigree; smne
e have quito a number of gentlemen
t this point who are fond of the sport
f hunting and since the facilities for
hooting deer; ducks. partridges, im
this section, can hardlyv be surpassed
n another part of the State, the num
ber of splendid dogs, especially the
setter and the pointer, will surprise
and please the lover of country life;
ood crops have been made during the
resent year, and have yielded a good
nome: the~ ordinary citizen of this
section has become a :promoter, having
neans wherewith to promote and hav
ing the hope and the courage and the
ympathy of a wide-awake communty
The future of Summerton is assured,
and we await the coming New Year
with faith and the determination to
complish better than before.
Our streets have been dotted with
new lamps here and there and the
night visitor to our town will behold a
well lighted city, amid the oaks and
the pines and the cedar.
At the instigatldn of your corres~
ondent, an effort will be made to have
the Postmaster General place a posta
agent on the Northwestern Railway
between Wilson Mill and Camden; the
placing of a mail agent on this road
will prove a great benefit to the pat
rons of said route; under the present
arrangement, if for instance a citizen
of Summerton directs a letter to St.
Paul, a distance of three miles, said
letter must take a trip around by way
of Sumter or Charleston, and possibly
require twenty-four hours to make said
trip, before reaching its destination;
the difficulty in securing such a con
venience is the inability of the ordi
nary member of Congress to accom
plish anything of 'v6lne to the people:
for instance, Mr. Editor, we need in
our own Congressional District a
good representative, who understands
the needs of the people and who will
make a strenuous effort to supply
these needs; since the district of which
larendon is a part includes both city
nd country folk, we should have a
representative in Congress, who can
do something more than talk about the
harleston harbor: our friends in the
city of Charleston make much ado
about the Federal Government having
made an appropriation of near a milion
dollars in behalf of the naval repair
shop at that point, as though the Fed
eral Government makes a habit of not
paying for what it has already enacted
should be done; everybody knows that
the Federal naval repair shop was
established at Charleston at the insti
gation of the Senior Senator of South
Carolina and the making of the neces
sary money appropriation for the com
pletion of same followed as a matter of
ourse and no one individual could
claim the honor of having securing
such an appropriation: furthermore,
ach member of the Federal House of
Representatives from this State is a
grafter and nothing more nor less and
has proved himself thus by his own
vote; for instance, in the month of Nov
ember in the year 1904 an extra ses
sion of the Congress convened and one
month later this same extra session ad
journed and gave place to the regular
session of the Congress, without any
length of time having intervened and
without the necessity of any member
of the Congress removing or changing
his seat, yet forsooth these very graft
ens, including every single member
from South Carolina, voted to appro
priate 8500,000 of the pnblic money to
pay mileage which was never traveled.
Much ado is made in these days with
reference to insurance scandals and
stealing and graft on the part of public
oicials and much ado should be made:
let every citizen of Clarendon resolve
to clean'the stables during the coming
year of 1906. J. J. CA NTEY.
Laziness is the fruit of muisdirected
Poor men have no time for the trou
b1es of the ric.
MANNING, S. C., DEC. 27, 1905.
Publishes All County and Town Of
N _Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MrST be in
this office by Saturday Noon in order to
insure publication the following week.
GINNLiG OUTFIT FOR SALE.
Three 70-Saw Eagle Gins, Monger
system, Feeders, Condensers, Suction
Cotton Elevator, Steam Cylinder Double
Box Revolving Press, 70-Horse Boiler,
40-Horse Engine, Shafting. Belting and
Pulleys, large Grist Mill. ALL GOOD
AS NEW. Will sell the entire outfit
very cheap. Apply to
W. E. JENKINSON.
Manning, S. C.
No. 1095 gets the prize doll at J. H.
Manning has had a great many visit
ors for the holidays.
Mr. J. H. Lesesne arrived home last
night from Oklahoma.
Manning will have a double daily
mail service. The postmaster received
notice this morning.
The young people are spending
Christmas in a jolly manner, masquer
ading, social calls, and all manner of
Grand Clay Pigeon and Target Shoot
will take place January 1st, begining
promptly at 11 o'clock, near the resi
dence of A. C. Davis. Prizes: 25 head
Berkshire hogs and pigs, turkeys, etc.
Shells of all sizes will be on grounds.
Mr. Fred Lesesne, who has been the
bookkeeper for Mr. David Levi's im
mense business at St. Paul, has ac
cepted the position of cashier of the
Bank of Kingstree. The directors of
this institution have made a wise selec
tion in Mr. Lesesne. He is competent
and the soul of honor. We conratu
late Fred upon his promotion, and con
gratulate Kingstree in the addition of
such a worthy young gentleman.
On last Saturday night at Salley's,
in Aiken county, Mr. E. H. Fischer, an
unele of Mr. C. W. Pickering,formerly
of this town, was murdered by negroes.
The deceased was a bachelor, and a
fe v months ago urged Mr. Pickering
who was then a clerk in the post office
here, togo and live with him to take
charge of his vast business interests.
The probability is that this uncle in
teddto make Mr. Pickering his
~t Thursday a team and wagon
ded- with lumber belonging to Mr.
I. Barron was being driven by Clar
= ~illiams, colored, and through
the 0'Jng of t.iewagon some
of the lumber '4~struck one of
the horses, which fri *
mal and caused the team to run. Wil
liams. instead of jumping undertook to
hold the teanl and in doing so the
wagon tongue struck a post and the
lumber struck Williams in the back
and threw him out of the wagon. The
man was mortally wounded and only
lived a few hours.
The preliminary hearing in the case
of B. L. Lee charged with abduction
was held yesterday by Magistrate A. J.
Richbourg of Summnerton. The case
was remanded to the Summerton Mag
strate upon the affidavit of the defend
ant asking for a change of venue. Lee
was represented by J. M. Woods, Esq.,
who took the position that the* charge
Iof abduction should not hold, because
the defendant had not gotter away with
the girl. The }Iagistrate,. however,
found enough in what evidence was
disclosed to bind the defendant over to
the court of General Sessions in the
sum of $300.
The employees in the store of Mr. J.
. Rigby were given a manifestation of
,their employer's appreciation of their
faithful service. On Saturday night he
made each of them a present of a SS
Stetson hat with his good wishes that
they spend a merry Christmas. Mr.
Rigby, in thus recognizing the service
of his clerks has set a good example.
It has a tendency to make the rela
tionship between the employer and em
ployee closer. It is a good investment
to have consideration for those who are
a 'uart of the machinery of a business.
How often-is it that emp'loyers care no
mre for those in their employ than
they do for a brate; all they want is
the work they can squeeze out of them.
It is because of this that so few em
ployees study the interests of their em
ployers and because the employer cares
nothing for them, they become indiffer
ent also and only work for the money
there is in the job. Mr. Rigby in thus
presenting his employees with a testi
monial of his regard deserves to be
commended for his kindness.
Under instructions from Harvie Jor
dan, President Southern Cotton Asso
ciation, a convention is called to as
seble in Manning, Saturday 30th day
of December. for the purpose of elect
ing delegates to the New Orleans Con
veition, I hereby request all collectors
who have bokt please bring them
in on or before the 30th, together with
the monies collected by them.
E. D. HODGE,
Card of Thanks.
Davis Station, S. C., Dec. 23, 1905.
To sgn' People of Davis Station Section:
Piaase accept thanks for your kind
attention during my illness. Your
pleasant calls was very refreshing in
deed. I also extend best wishes to my
physician, Dr. Mood of Summerton,
who was very careful, considerate and
pleasant with his treatment.
Thanking you all again for your hos
I am yours very respectfully,
J. F. BRtOADWAY.
Editor THE TDIES: Please allow me
space, concerning conditions in this
community. According to the notice
of the Superintendent of Education the
children are compelled to be vaccina
ted, and then they are left upon the
hands of the parents to care for. Now,
since vaccination is compulsory, it ap
pears to my mind that the State ought
to make provisions for the care of those
vaccinated. The parents ought not be
forced to nurse these children and pay
the doctor bills. I think our Legisla
tors should make some provision for
these things, and if they have not,they
have disregarded the constitution.
J. B. LOGAN.
Lecture at Pinewood.
Rev. James H. Thornwell. D. D., of
Fort Mill, S. C., Grand Keeper of Rec
ords and Seals for Knights of Pythias,
will install oflicers of Pinewood Lodge,
No. 124, and give a lecture afterwards
at the Knights ball, over A. G. Stack's
store, Pinewood, Wednesday evening,
January ,. 1907, beginning at 8 o'clock.
Free admission. The public is most
cordially invited to attend the installa
tion of the officers and the lecture af
This will be quite a treat to public
to hear Dr. Thornwell lecture as he is
an excellent lecturer and a fine preach
er and the installation of officers is
worth riding several miles to see and
hear. Come out and spend a few hours
of leisure and hear a fine lecture. Ev
WALTER D. EPPERSON,
K. I. and S. Pinewood Lodge.
No. 124, K. of P. Pinewood, S. C.
Pinewood, S. C., Dec. 26, 1905.
The Salary of the Presiding Elders.
The Yorkville correspondent of the
News and Courier tells of an interesting
development at the Mcthodist Quarterly
Conference in Yorkville, involving the
question of the Presiding Elder's salary.
The facts of the case escaped the re
porter for the Enquirer completely at
the time, but the matter at issue seems
to be of sufficient interest to warrant the
publication of a condensed reproduction
of the story as sent to the News and Cou
rier by its correspondent.
It appears that a controversy has de
veloped out of a difference of opinion as
to the salary that should be paid to the
Presiding Elder of the Rock Hill dis
trict, that official, in the opinion of
many members of the Church, now re
ceiving rather more than his share of
pay as compared with the pay of the
average minister of equal ability,
Some years ago, according to the
statement as related to the correspond
ent by a churchman who is ia close
accord with the facts, the district stew
ards, after a conference, decided that
the Presiding Elder of this district
should have a salary equal to about $1,200
and necessary expenses, and to raise
this sum levied an assessment on the
churches on a basis of $14.50 for each
$100 paid their respective pastors.
As time went on and the churches
grew in numbers and strength the sal
ary of the Presiding Elder increased to
about $2,000 and expenses, and quite a
respectable proportion of the member
ship is beginning to arrive at a convic
tion that this is at least quite liberal.
Each church holds its Quarterly Con
ference, composed of the stewards, pre
sided over by the Presiding Elder, and
at the last Quarterly Conference elects
a steward to represent it in the District
Conference. This District Conference
is charged with the supervision of dis
trict affairs generally, including the
fixing of the pay of the Presiding Elder,
and it is understood that at the last
meeting of the Quarterly Conference of
the Yorkville church there was a pur
pose to elect a district steward who was
in favor of a readjustment of the salary
By virtue of his office the Presiding
Elder presides over Quarterly Confer
ences, and it seems that, according to
the rules of the Church government, it
is the privilege of the Presiding Elder
to nominate for district steward a can
didate to be elected by the majority of
the stewards. When the Conference
reached this stage of the proceedings
the Presiding Elder proferred the name
of a steward who was understood to be
disinclined to interfere with the salary
question. The stewards voted no. The
Presiding Elder suggested another nom
inee of presumably the same views,
with the same result, and the third
effort turned out in a like manner.
It now being apparent that the stew
ard body wvas disinclined to accept the
Presiding Elder's suggestion, that offi
er expressed himself on the subject
with some emphasis, and one of the
stewards suggested that if the Presid
ig Elder would continue on through
the list he would surely find a nominee
who would prove acceptable and who
would be promptly elected. The Pre
siingEIter~ however, refused to make
any other nominations and there was
no election of district steward.
The complication raised a question
which, it is understood, is altogether
new, and the issue between the Presid
ing Elder and the Board of Stewards
will be considered in the State Confer
ence nowi in session in Spartanburg.
Imagination doth make cowards of us
Morris Lawson, of St. Paul, was the
lucky winner of a handsome premium
chair at C. M. Davis & Co.'s, as is seen
by the following certificate:'
"This is to certify that I held the
winning number, No. 827, Pink Coupon.
Messrs. C. M. Davis & Co. gave me the
handsome reed rocking chair.
Witness: St. Paul, S. 0,1
P. B. THAMES.
gr experienced farmer
Shas learned that some
Sgrains require far differ
ent soil than others ;
some crops need, differ
enthandling than others.
He knows that a great
deal depends upon right
planting at the right
time, and that the soil
must be kept enriched.
No use of complaining
in summer about amnis
take made in the spring.
Decide before the seed
?ie best time to reme
dy wasting conditions in
the human body is be
fore the evil is too deep
rooted. At the first evi
dence of loss of flesh
should be taken imme
diately. There is noth
ing that will r ep a ir .
wasted t is sue more
quickly or replace lost
flesh more abundantly
than Scott's Emulsion.
-It nourishes anid builds
up the body when ordi
nary f oo ds absolutely
We'VvtU senld~YOu smpicfree.
-- Be sure that this
picture in the form
of a label is on the
wrapper of every
bottle of Emulsion
0%f3Else 409 Pearl Street
35AEAN E W Y O RK
Soc. and $r ;
Mr. J. Chapman Huger and blis
Pauline Sanders were married at tho
home of Mr. H. M. Sanders, the bride'
brother, on Washington street, at 4:31
o'clock yesterday afternoon.the cere
mony being performed by Rev. i. II
Covington. The ceremony was per
formed in the pri-lor, which was taste
fully decorated in honor of the happ:
event. The bride, who wore a hand
some grey traveling dress, entered th
parlor accompanied by her sister, Mrs
F. A. Bultman, and Mr. Huger was ac
companied by Dr. W. L. McCutchen
The marriage was witnessed by a large
number of the friends of the bride an<
groom. After the ceremony cake ani
wina were served. Mr. and Mrs. Hu
ger left on the eveuing train for Nor
folk.-Sumter Item, December 21.
It was a huge task to undertake th<
cure of such a bad case of kidney dis
ease as that of C. F. Collier, of Chero
kee, Iowa, but Electric Bitters did it
He writes: "My kidneys were so fai
gone I could not sit on a chair withoul
a cushion, and suffered from dreadfu
backache, headache and depression. It
Electric Bitters, however, I found E
cure, and by them was restored to per
feet health. I recommend this greal
tonic medicine to all with weak kid
neys, liver or stomach. Guaranteed b3
R. B. Loryea Drug Store. price 50c.
We have in sto::k now large quanti
ties of Rice Flodr, Timothy, Hay, Corn
Cracked Corn, Wheat Bran and Oats
Legg & Hutchinson.
Plant Wood's tested and true Whea1
Seed. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store
Wanted-500 bushels of good grouni
Stock Peas, will pay $1.00 per bushel
delivered at Clark's Warehouse. [ti
We sold out our Fall stock of Bug
gies bought again for the Spring trade.
First shipment just arrived -and an.
other will be in next week. Don't fai
to see them and get our terms and
prices. Legg & Hutchinson.
Wanted-By Chicago Manufacturing
House, person of trustworthiness and
somewhat familiar with local territory
as assistant in branch office. Salary $1
paid weekly. Permanent position. Nc
investment required. Previous expe.
rience not essential to engaging. Ad.
dress, Manager Branches, Como Block,
Lime, Cement, Plaster Paris and
Hair on hand at all times. A car oi
Brick will arrive thss week. Legg &
Wanted-Agents to solicit applica
tions for Fire Jnsurance. Good pay
guaranteed. Address Lock Box No.
144, Spartanburg, S. C.
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
We will have in next. week a large
shipment of One and Two-Horse Wag.
ons. They are guaranteed to be first
class and our terms and prices are not
to be beat. Legg & Hutchinson.
A Liquid Cold Cure.
Croup, Coughs, Colds, Whooping
Cough, etc., have no terrors for chil
dren or adults who evacuate the bowels
with Kennedy's Laxative Honey and
Tar-the original Laxative Cough Syr
up and Liquid Cold Cure. This remedy
expels all cold from the system and
strengthens the throat, lungs and bron
chial tubes. The mother's favorite and
children's safeguard. Sold by The R.
B.Loryea Drug Ltore.
I will have on hand the best varieties
of Tobacco Seed, which I will be glad
to furnish to those who' want them, free
of charge. Call at Clark's Warehouse.
200 Acres of Land situated two ani
one-half miles East of Manning, with
timber and about thirty-five acres
cleared.- For terms apply to
or J. W. McLEOD.
Crismas Holiday Excurson Rates, 1905-6,
To all points east of the Mississippj
and south of the Ohio and Potomac
Rivers, via Atlantic Coast Line.
Tickets for the pnblic will be sold~ai
one and one-third fares, plus-twenty-five
cents for the round trip on December
22nd, 23rd, 24th, 25th, 30th and 31st,
1905, and January 1st, 1906, final returr
Limit January 4th.
Tickets for Students and Teachert
will be on sale from December~ 17th tc
24th inclusive, with final return limil
January 8th, 1906 upon presentatior
and surrender of certificate signed by
superintendent, principals, or presi
dents of the various colleges. For
further information, call on your near
est ticket agent or write
W.. J. CRAIG,
General Passenger Agent,
Wilmington, N. C.
Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets
A flary Medicine for Busy lPeople.
Blrings Golden Health and Renewed Vigor.
A son.ifie for Constipation, Indigestion, Live
ad Kidney Troubles, Pimples. Ecean Impur4
Blood. Bad Breath, Sluggish Bowels, Headachi
and Backache. It's Rocky Mountain Tea in tab
let form. 35 cents a box. Genuine made b3
HotusrER Dreo CoxwrT, Madison, Wis.
GOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE
R. B. LORYEA DRUG-STORE,
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Prop.,
Sign of the... Golden Mortar,
Beg to inform their many friends and custom
ers that they are prepared to supply their wants
with their accustomed celerity.
.We carry a full and complete line in every de
partment of the
and every attention is shown to the wants o:
For Xany Years
We have endeavored to give the very best at
tention to our customers' wants, and feel thal
we have succeeded..
Our stock of
is complete in every particular and every and
n he in need of PUR IDRUGS and MEDI
CIES call on us and we can give you genera
sa MAI ORDERS .receive our careful and Im
mediate attention on day of receipt..
We hope for your kind patronage which fo
years we have earnestly striven to merit.
IBE R. B. lORYE DRU SIOR
ISAAC M, LORYEA, Proprietor,
$Igni of the
MANNING, S. C.
-sawONE NO. 2.
Are the people who
have not investigat
a- ed our claims about
Turn on the search
J lights, with the in-|||
tention of disprovin~g
5 what we say and you
will be disappointed.
are the points inO
which '.'Queen Qual
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The last point shows
5 we give the most for J
the least. serh0
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Meet Santa Claus
The Xmas Shopper's
Place of Delight.
Anything that gives pleasure, delights; anything that
brings profit delights; when you get, with least trouble, the
thing you want, you are pleased; when you get it for less money
you are delighted. You certainly get the best values at
RIGBY'S now. Have you been in during the last day or so to
The store is ablaze with all the pretty things that Santa Claus
brings around about Xmas time. It is easy for Santa Claus to
find things here, for there is an abundance of ' for young
aLd old. Just one word, wont you come before te crowd gets
too large for us to give you the time we like to give customers,
and before a great many splendid values are gone.
Toys for the Little Folks.
We have always had a big line of Toys for the Little
Folks every year, but this year surpasses them the all. Bvery
thing in Toys, such as
Engines, Dolls, Doll Beds, Doll
Carriages, Go-Carts, Trunks, Etc.,
All kinds of mechanical Toys, Gomic Toys, Picture Books,
Story Books, etc.; everything that delights the heart of a child,
and for the Grown Folks, Toilet Cases, IManicure Sets, Collar
and Cuff Boxes, Albums, Handbags; also a fine line of Crockery
and Glass Novelties. Don't forget
THE BIG DOLL,
we give away every Xmas. You can see her in our Window
now. With every 10c. purchase of Toys you get a ehance. Ask
for the Tickets, yours may be the lucky number.
SAVE THIS TIcKET.
For any Cash purchase in Toys amount
ing to TEN CENTS we give one of these
Tickets, entitling the holder to a Free
Clhance at the beautiful DoLL on exhibi
tion, to be given to holder of lucky num
ber, on date advertised at our store.
J. . RIGBY, Manning; S.-C
What about a nice Fur for a Xmas present, or a S ell
Coat ? We've the finest line of Cloaks -and Furs in Manning.
If you want to give a present that would delight the heart of
every Housekeeper, just come around and let me sell you a nice
valr of Wool Blankets. We have them the very best. If you
vant satisfaction, do your Xmas shopping with
THE YOUNG RELIABLE,
J. F. RIUBY,
Summerton, S. C.,
[10 AGets a fine Breeth-loading Gun A
0S .5 Plain Steel Barrel, Double Bolt, aU
Pistol Grip. Walnut Stock, Case Hardened Frame,
Choaked or Open Bore, 12 Gage. .Remember,
for this Fine Gun. only at
Sumnnerton, S. C.
TRACT NO. LOT NO.
1. 20.0 acres, 150 acres cleared; 1 1-21 1. One lot, 75 by 200 feet, in town of
miles from Workman, S. C.; good dwel- Summerton, 9 room house, suitable for
3. 160 acres under cultivation, 4 room 4. One lot, 100 by 315 feet, an elegant
tnent house, 2 miles from Silver. high, dry building lot..
5. 87 acres, 40 acres unjder cultiva- 6. 25 lots, 90 by 242. on street leading
ion, 3 miles from St. Pauls, S. C. to Manning. These lots are going, and
11. 1100 acres of swamp timber, 3 all very desirable.
iles from Mayesville, S.C .-pine tim- 7. 8 lots, 65 by 200 jeet, on street
er. leading to Wright's Bluff.
12. 71 acres, near Monks Corner, S.
., covered with long and short leaf WANTED.
7. 264 acres, 90 or 100 acres cleared,
00 could be, 3 honses, 3 wells, 3 1-2 Afrtcashtlia o umr
ile rom Sum, eon on nek Man-ton
age on place for balance.
-9. 20 acres, every foot cleared, one 4Sunetn
room house, 1-2 cash, balance on time, A first-class wheelwright, blacksmith
ith miortgoge. and general machinery repair-shop for
10. 55 acres, 30 in cnltivation. nearly 'Summerton.
all can be; 3 room, nicely finished house.
tenant house: on new road to Davis E farm of a 100 acres at once, for a
Station. man, must be near Summerton.
SUMMER TON. S. C.