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~,JA N 10, h
and Town O
office by Saturday
cure.publication the fohi.
January 15 to 24.
An important -vent in the retail trade
-Mannin- will b the bigWhiite Goods
le and Clearance Sale of all Winter
oods 'khieh will open on next 31)
AY MORNING. JANUARY 15 and
ill last for ten days.
We will put on the market during
ds sa..e ten thousand yards White
awns at 10c yard that you can't buy
?xt spring for less than 12: and 1->e.
Ten thousand yards White Madras.
)c-yard that alway!s sold at 121 and
Six thousand spools of good Spool
otcua at lic spool. on sale each day for
I minuts., starting at 12 o'clock.
Ten Chonsand yards of yard-wide Per
ties at 5- yard.
-110-:of toodi Dress and
ill go at one-fourth oft regultr prices.
Our stock of Ladies' Jackets. Ready
-Wiar Skirts will be be one-fourth orf
regular prices. -
Ten thousand yards of Remnants piled
At. in one big pile on table will go AT
Remember the date. Monday. Jan. 15.
iffi~m on Jan. 24. 1
W. E. JENKINSON CO.
The bal team is a certainty.
The Legislature convened yesterday.
Mr. Hyman Krasnoff spent Sunday in
AMrs.. O E. Bostick of Sumter visited
i Manning last week.
Miss Alice Hurt of Georgia is visit
ag Mrs. T.-.L 31ouzon.
Work on the new base ball park wili
)mmence in a few weeks.
Miss Lula McLeod returned to col
in Columbia last Monday.
* *rrett Mouzon of Sumter spent
- with hisfamnily here.
haseof Florence spent.
ir. J. L. McLeod.
he local camp in
*ed officers last
- was con
H~aving~ terest i au1thier hardwarc
Sbuss.is, aukd bu - of licim
that mv 1)ersonal at teUtion. I offer tor
sale at par orty-oLe siares of $100 each
in Coleouh Har wre Co.. at tis
place. Bookz will show a ar profit
Since buin- ws ora::i.'lze Septeu
e . 0 --- .\. ColIgh. Summer
.\ utv law 1i11m has eeni olgan-ized
ii tihis town. lx tlc couisolidation of
Lwvo orominen members of the local
ca t. W. C. Davis and Ir. J. A.
nber~g have formnied a copart.ner
::d either of them. single-handed
acs rearded a good, sotmdiand
wer. comibined t1ey mke a
210 Va .ndersloot Mulsic PubHishi ng
Co., of Will iamlisport. Pa.. srm u. 3
piece of musie emlitied .just at the
BrSeak of Dav." We had the music
olaved and the song sung for us. It is
imply enchantug. We advise out
ladv friends to secumre this piece of
mu'ic. It, has'mlade a g-reat "hit
thriugho0u_ t the cotry.
E'lison Capers. .1 r., represev iug The
I Cape Drug Co.. of Summierton. was
in town on Weduneday last to bring
crimninal charges against one Frank
Parson. %1r. Capers retained as his
attoruey Hon. W. C. Davis. and Parson
Iretained for the defejsse N1aj. A. Levi.
The case was heard by Maistrate
OOjeCUOUS to wir coiui nere.
In reply to a letter from Tm: TuvvmFs
editor. the editor of the Herald pub
lished at De Funiak. Fla.. says the edi
tor ofithe Mariana News is a man by
the nanie of Ward, and not Lee as was
represented by the man who was
charged with abduction. The Herald's
editor also says. " No one can mar.
Florida without tirst procu ring a1 -
from the county Judge, parties
16 years of age cannot procur
licenses." Lee put up a cash
$300, and we doubt if he eve
this county again with his,
We lhave also written to -
Fla.. to get what informatiol
of this mai who representee
E. L. Lee
Since our last issue. in -
ported the amount of m ad
and turned over to the -On
Association, we receive C.
R. Felder a check for the
total amount collected over
to the State treasure?. which
we hold his rec.eipt, '-his is
less than half of f proper
proportion, -but und ste of
collections we thi ection a
fairly good one. sesolution
proposed at. the c- ation, that
our delegates .t eans have
their railroad by popular
subscription, ti b courIl it a
difficult tas'k, I ame he ae
ecmplished.1iT be necessary
S93, and turn ach'of the fou'
It invi~ - . -.gthens and build.,
It ke - ondition physically
-lv. Thats what
S Mountain Tea. will
xrTablets. DPr. Win.
.ah the Crime.f
. the lte.
I ied last S: n1
Wo:1; near 1
funerl took pi
ro -uests and it
to entertain lavi
in.farming. and i
-his guests over I
I them his crops.
In 187 6 he was
A.ho i-esponded to t
olina and did - his -
lieutenant in the T.
toons. a cavalry co
this comui*Iy in IS77.
self in 190 with I
and was elected to tl
wouldT have been reta
cane on and he decli.
.age further in publi
ie was an ideal hu:
H is domestic enviromi
tiful. A loving wife a
pines :Mxid contentme
p)rerae. This happy h
irktn aoout twelve mc
detuh of Mrs. .Mary Spa.
his wife. and ever since
seeined to go out of Mr
life. He was never mt
light-hearted man, and i
.on with the writer on on
:aid lie longed to be with
The deceasea was a lov. -.v-ac
,r. the soul of honor, beloved by his
*.ighbors and 'riends and -by his death
one of Clarendon's best citizens passed
Pay-up,' ushup, or Quit.
On Februrary 1st, We will go over
our subscription lists, and where we
find a subscription in arrears for over
one year, we will strike that fame off.
A newspaper cannot be run upon prom
*es. printers must have money, paper
ers must have theirs, and the edi
. must have food and raiment. If Ti
aiES is not worth the subscription
:ice, then settle what you owe and
.el us to discontinue it. but do not
stand us off with promises to pay. Our
very best eff6rts are given to make THE
TLvms a first-class county newspaper,
and the only way to keep it going is
for our patrons to settle their small
debt to us.
.We simply cannot afford to indulge
people in their indifference. and if they
will not-meet such a small obligation
promptly. -it is a losing game to con
tinue business with them. I is not our
desire to'strike from our lists a single
name: we hope to increase the number,
but if to increase the number, we must
carry a lot of people who will not pay,
or who take years to pay. we would
rather have fewer subscribers, and
them of the debt-paying 'elass. Look
at the date on the label of .our --p.aper,
and from that date you owe&fliyou
have not paid up by February 1'Syour
name comes ofT, and your paper ste6s.J
"She was Bred in Old Kentucky.".
Married.. January 2nd, at Louisville
SKy.. Dr. RobertWitherspoon, formerly
of Clarendon, and Miss Jane Tl
Dorsey, of Louisville. -Mr.
Witherspoon were i~ la
terday visiting -their conyi
dames W. E. Brown and I. I'
but. they are spending- the
moon in'the Fork. -
Alola Simtus - . .
at or The Manning Times:
Ir. W. C. Wolferieturred
Mr. R. P. Welkh -
posi'tion as sawe ---
- ev~ents ot'the4
- Miss Ella1
Mch was greatly enjoyea
--The happy coup~le iill
- ..eir home.
lkes, of Florence. has
oin as sternographer for
-ai. &. SonK. Co.
rton, who 'has been
Sat her home at
rned last Saturday.
of Sumter. syent
ter, .Mrs. R. W.
-T'1 A. '. E 3.M E N
of the conditiou. of the
Bank of Summerton
December 30, 1905.
Loans and discounts......... %49,605 37
teal estate. safe andfiktures. 3.268 82
ash. on. hand and due by
banks ....... .. 10,537 94
T. f. AlI I I T. .
it a~l stok........... .....825.00 0o0
s Na asle .. .... ........ 30. (11)() 0
Viis and u ndivided pr-ofit,
.......................... 7.001 50
............... .... 50.410 3
OF, SOUTH .CAROLINA.
. or CLARnsvDoN.
%HN W. 'LESESNE. Cashier of
Summer.ton, do solemnly swear
i above statement is true and
to the best of my knowledge
JNO. W: LESESNE,
o-before me, this- 30th ,day of
A. D. 1905:
RICHARD B. SMTH,
Notary P iefor S. C.
W- - B. SMYTH.
D A , S ,
STATE OF SOUTH MARINA
By .Tames Windham. Esq.. Probate
WAIHI El A. E. Davis and
S o--t made suit to me,
to grant of Administra
ion of th - -d effects of Wil
iam T. Fr. --- d
These art cite and ad
nonish all L the kindred
iod creditors William T.
Francis, deces - ey be and
ppear before irtof Pro
>ate. to be held - the 18th
lay of January L -licatio
hereof, at 11 o enoon,
o show cause, if i. why
Ahc said admiitra, t b e
SGiven under my h :...yeo
f Januyy. A. D. 1906.
T1he undersigr ormed a
* CRAC RS -
rnd everything .peftaining to a first
We will continue keeping a full
toek of SCHOOL BOOKS and STA
L'IONERY an~d choice books for-th
ome. Come to see us..
L.. L. WN~LLS,
F. W. DICKSON.
OmrEe oF JUDGE u.
M:'nning. S. C.. June i...
r xecutors. Administra.tors. Guardians anu
I respectfully call your attention to annexed
tatue.\ You will please give this matter early
J. M1. W\INDHA M.
-Judge of Probate.
Section :555n and :6n Revised Statutes 190-2:
Executors, Administra-ors. Guardians and
~ommittees, hal acnuuniy while any estate re
mns in their che-or cusztody. at any. time be
ore the firs.t dayof.ly. h'~ year. render to the
- e of Probste of the f rom whom they
etters ~etametay Letters of Ad
--oretters of Gmalia~nship. Cte.. a
u~nt, upon oath,-f the receipts
- .such estate the preceding
- - .a.- - -t12 the Inventory
Are the people who
have not investigat
ed our claims about
Turn on the search
lights, with the in
tention o disproving
what we say and you
will be disappointed.
are the points in
which "Queen Qual
Aty" and Cro s s e t t
The last point shows
- 4MNaua Bo yachine-n Co.:
1i L. C. S
-~ Spi ornesmc
Wec ar oftrn heI-oin ~r
- bestmtin Boc . a'-n-~ae'
-- ie p rfets.ch
aT ~r hdabv . -
E arejustthroughtaking stock
and fnd de have a good ran
Odds and Ends,; Short Pieces, Re A
ALL nants, etc., of nice Dress Goods, Wnt
Goods, Calicoes, Parcales. Gingb-., I
LA DIES' etc. We are going to sell these
SKIRTS. Regardless of
CLOKS.Value or~ost. -
We want you to get in on these, so
AND come early.
Along with these, 'we are. 4leni.
FURS. offer splendid so inch Sea Islan
JUST 5c. the Yard.
HALF- Good Fast Colored Calicoes. on.,
PRICE. c. t-ie Yard.
IGood ADron onlj e'c
:THE YQUNG RETMr