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MANNNG. S. C. JAN. 24% 1906.
Publishes All County and Town Of
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WHITE GOODS! WHITE GOODS.!!
Easter Goods ! Easter Goods!!
Spring Goods ! Spring Goods!!
Now that our great White Goods
Sale is on, we turn your attention to
New White Goods for spring. New
Stuff Goods and Silks for that Easter
We now have on display the greatest
line of Cambric Embroideries, Lawn
Embroideries and Nansook Embroid
eries in match sets ever seen in Man
ning. Ladies. it will do your very
hearts good to see the line of Embroid
eries we are showing in Match Sets.
Vide inserting bands from 4 to 6
inches wide for trimming white Lawn
Shirtwaists, which will be so much !a
demand this season.
Ladies, come and see the new things
we have to offer you, it will cost you
nothing to see them. Polite clerks will
be glad to show you.
A great Slaughter Sale of all Winter
W. E. JENKINSON CO.
Barlow and Wilson Friday night.
Mr. W. T. Sellers spent last Satur
day in town.
Mr. Sam Barron of St. Charles spent
Monday in town.
Mr. John J. Conyers of Gre enville is
in Manning with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Burgess of Nlayes
ville spent last Thursday in town.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Rhame re
turned home from Florida this morning.
Died on the 16th inst.. Laura Placida,
a 15 months old daughter of Mr. S. G.
Everybody go out to the minstrels
Friday night. It is guaranteed that you
will laugh until your sides ache.
The minstrels to be here next Friday
nicht is a first class troupe and could
.on y be secured with a guarantee.
Frank B. Hayne wires today that
farmers should not accept prices offered
for cotton, as the government report is
-only 50,000 over expectations.
Supervisor Owens has been confined
-to his home with sickness, but we un
-derstand he is now better and will be
:able to be out in a few days.
Mr. Henry Childers, of Jordan,
'brought us two turnips this morning,
-one weighing 8 1-2 and the other 8 3-4
.pounds. Who can beat it, with a pork
Married by Rev. S. D. Bailey last
Sunday at the Methodist church at Jor
dan, Mr. J. P. Childers and Miss Lucy
Graham daughter of Mr. John P. Gra
Died on last Friday in the Fork sec
tion Mrs. Margaret E. Wilder, aged 64
years. The burial took place in the
Brunson burying ground in Sumter
Rev. Sam Jones the great platform
orator and lecturer will entertamn the
people of this section in Manning about
the middle of February. The date will
be February 16th.
We do not blame any young man for
getting Hurt, providing it is not the
result of carelessness. if we could call
back 25 years, we too would risk the
chances of getting Hurt.
Hawkins & Co., have received a very
nice lotof horses and mules,and they are
certainly selling them. Mr. W. P.
Hawkins madea personal selection of
this stock and every one of them are as
slick as ribbons. Hawkins won't han
dle anything he cannot guarantee.
The W. E. Jenkinson Co., has made
.a contract to have installed in its buiid
Eng a plant to generate electricity to
furnish lights,and power to run fans for
the comfort of the customers during the
hot summer days. This is but one
other of Jenkinson's progressive busi
There was an oyster supper at the
Paxville Academy last Friday evening,
which was well attended. The proceeds
were for the benefit of the school. The
crowd was delighted with the recent
addition of a portrait to hang in "Ap
pelt Hall" and a section book case, a
gift to the literary society and school.
Everybody should come to Manning'
the 5tb, of next month to buy the lands
that are advertised in these columns.
The trustees of the estate of Salinas
are offering 34 pieces of land, and with
the present demand we would be great
ly surprised if these lands failed to
Died in C.harlotte, N. C. Mrs. Maggie
Durham, relict of the late Major Solon
A. Durham of Marion county. Major
Durham was well'known in this county
to the Confederate veterans. He was,
if we remember correctly, . with the
2rd, regiment under the command of
Col. Harry L. Benbow.
Everybody is asking the question.
"What are you going to do about your
tax returns?" Were it not such a se
rious matter it would be amusing to
note the inventive genius of man. and
especially some who profess religion,
and see bow they can twist and squirm
their consciences to evade the law and
their oaths. We have heard sugges
tions from some supposed to be pious
men, which would put to shame the
most shameless hell-bound trickster.
and yet these good men think they are
conscientious if they only swear far
enough to keep out of the penitentiary.
On next Friday evening Manning will
have the rare opportunity of seeing and
hearing Barlow & Wilson's minstrels.
We thin~k we are safe in recommending
this aaregation of fun-makers, from re
ports we have seen of them in the
press, and also from statements of some
who have seen them. There are 40 peo
ple in the show; they give a grand
street parade, and those who love good
singing, dancing and mirth-provoking
clean jokes will be sufficiently enter
tained. ~Now boys, show your gallantry
w here it costs something, the boys of
this town are no cheap skates and when
a oood thing comes along they know
how "to do- the proper.'- We would
sk for the protection of the country
p~plc who will attend this show, that
- ,have a watchman on the
to watch sthe vehicles 4to pre
-seai froi -them,, .as -m~s very
-tndo e i Ahnv~icles are left out
The Institute hall should
next Frida'y eveniing.
marched the ushers in regular order.
Messrs. Joe DuRant, M. B. lludnal,
R. A. Chandler and John Dullant, .1 r.,
then followed the attendants. Miss
Belle Hudnal with Mr. Clarence
Wheeler, Miss 'Marie White with Ai r.
Hugh McFaddin, Miss Lidie AicFaddin
with Mr. Rtobt. White, Miss Pearle
Wheeler with Mr. Alfred d1cFaddin,
then came the bride on the arm of her
sister Miss Annie White, maid of honor
and the groom with his best imn Mr.
Earl MeFaddin. The bride was bea.ut
ifullv attired in white hent-ietta with
laces and ribbon. wearing in Ier
hair a wreath of orange blossun. ar
rying a boquet of white caruatious in
her hand. The brides.maids wealring
white albatross. The _,room and
groomsian were attired in fli eveiling
dress. After the ceremony the bridal
party with a few relatives and friends
returned to the home of the bride,
where an elegant dinner was served.
then the happy couple left for Sardinia
where they make their future home
The Legislative Mill at Work.
The past week very little has been
accomplished. and in fact, from reports
of the proceedings it looks to us as if
the whole scheme is one of talkee.
talkee. and doing nothing but kill time
and eat up expense. The General As
semblv took a vacation last Thursday
and tie country would not have suffer
ered much had it not returned. if it
continues on the pace it is travelling.
A correspondent tersely puts it this
-Though the Legislature has been
in session two weeks, which is more
than a third of the constitutional limit,
it has done nothing of great importance
or striking interest. It has spent the
time combing over last year's calendars.
each house passing a few unimportant
bills emitting and listening to the,
escape of much hot air about trival
matters, hearing committee reports
suffering the droning of the voice of
its reading clerk, reciting the titles of
great wads of new bills.
The thing which overshadows every
other place of business of course is the
fight which will be waged about the!
careening and leaking hulk of the dis
pensary. W hat will be done with it is
the question which is being constantly
turned over in the mind of everyone
watching legislation. In fact the eye of
every city, town. hamlet and cross
roads is eagerly turned toward the
legislature for the answer which that
body is shortly to go into labor to bring
forth. This dispensary business has be
come to the State,what so-called negro
problem has become to the South gxen
erallv-it is absorbing time and atten
tion 'and nerve force that should be de
voted to other important matters.
In each house the decks are being
cleared for action. and the fray will be
gin about Wednesdaty in the House if
not also in the Senate. To add to the
situation the dispensary committee,
acting under the authority of the new
law giving it power to commit for con
tempt and fully authorizing it to send
for persons and papers will open up.a
line of fire on the dispensary head
quarters with the members of the State
board and others on the stand. This
ring in the big circus is expected to
develop a series of crackling sensations
while the fun is going on in the other
two rings, the House and Senate. The
new dispensary committee bill, though
it has not yet become an act and has
t6erefore not been signed by the Go%
ernor, has passed both Houses almost
unanimously, and soon as the formality
of making it an act is completed it will
be signed by the Governor. In the
meantime members of the committee,
working with their detective, M~r.
Klingenberg, have been preparing for.
the nublic session now shortly to be
held'in this city."
The Clarendon delegation is .still on
its good behavior, keeping quiet and
watching the proceedings with states
manlike care. The delegation did.
however, have a couple of spasms last~
week. Representative Bradham in
troduced a bill to regulate pensions and
make appropriationis for same. TheI
text of the measure we have not seen,
but from its title we judge it is to get
some in on the pension list that are not'
Representative DesChamps, he too,
had a fit, and brought forth a bill upon
which he has received a favorable re
port. The bill is an amendment to the
dispensary law, seeking to legislate
honesty into men who must first learn
the meaning of the word.
Senator Davis spent Sunday in Man
ing visiting his daughter~ Mrs. J. D
Gerald. We did not have an oppor
tunity to talk with the Senator, butt
we learn that he will not have anyj
special bills to offer at this session
and will devote himself to guarding
Clarendon's interests against any at
tempt to increase the indebtedness.I
We should like, in interests of the tax-I
paers, for our Senator to take up the
matter of an extra session of the legis
lature with Governor Heyward, and
as a business propositionl, if it appeals
to his judgment, offer a resolution arg
in the Governor to convene a special
session after the tax returns have been
Representative Bradhamn returned
to Columbia Monday.
Lawyer DnRant Canei.
Live Oak Camp 181 W. 0. W. in
stalled its newly elected officers last1
Monday night. A. I. Barron, Consul
Lieutenant: C. A. Mcl-addin, Advi
sor Commander: E. C. Horton. Bank
er:J. L. Wilson, Clerk; Louis Appelt.
Manager: W. E. Reardon, Escort: E.
E. Hodge, Watchman: H. .N. Krasnoff.
Imediately before the installation
ceremonies. and as Charlton DuRant.
Consul Commander was about to retire
from the office he so well tilled the past
year. the proceedings were interrup~ted
by Svereign Louis Appelt. who, inm
behalf of1;he Camp presented Consul
Commander DuRant with a v-ery pretty
ebony gold headed walking cane. The
inscription reads "Presented to Charl
ton DuRant. Consul Commander, By
Live Oak Camp 181. Manning. S. (C..
The presentation came to Mr. Du
Rant as a surturise . and it was some
time before h~e could tind words to re-I
spond to the presentation speech. He
was deeply affected by this mianifesta
tion of esteem. and in titting language
expressed his gratitude.
Meeting of fresbytery.
Harmony Presbvtery met in the
Presbyterian church at 11 a. mn. and
was called to order by Moderator Rtev.
R. L. Grier, lter. V. R. Gaston was
elected clerk. The following delegates
Revs. W. N. Edmunds. .mas. Mc
Dowel, W. J. McKay. V. Rt. Gaston,
H. R. Murchison, W. .1. Wviy and It.
L. Grier. Elders E. Rt. Plowden, A. L.
haw and Dr. D. Rt. McCallum.
A call froni the Sumter church was1
p)resented for the pastoral services of
Rev. .3. P. Marion. Jr'., and being found'
in order the church wvas granted per
mission to prosecute the call before the
Presbytery of Roanoke. A letter was
read from Mr. Marion signifying his
acceptance of the call.
Midway and Bethel ehurchs extend
ed a call to Rev. Jas. McDowell and he
signed his Ecceptane~f the sames He
as been serving these. churches for a
number of years, as stated suppl. and
The followin;; is a list of the pupils
who have averagcd above 90 in their
recitations. who have been punctual in
attendance., anid whose conduct. has
been saT isfactory duirin the past
First grade -lddie Dikson, N1 ildred
Ervin, Henry Gille. Emily Geig'er,
Susan Sprott and Sue Sprott.
Seconm grade--Joe Burge-, Celeste
Ervin. Ph'tilip Grille, Aunie Wilso,.
Barney Tiamies. Allen Williams.
Third grade-. ina Weinberg, Ethel
W ilson. Preston Thames. Georg e Brun
lout? gradi. --.lolim I ~aunal. George
Fifth rade .aria Strange. \lartha
JenkiilUSon,] l 'amiie iradh am. lrent
Breeden. .lulian Creecy.
Sixth grade ---.Mary Brailsford. Fur
man Isradhani. Furman White.
Seventh grade-irginia WilsonEva
Eigh th grade-Grady Bowrnan, Ma-.
bel Browue. Taylor Stukes.
Ninth grade-Louise brockinton
Martha Davis. Annie Dollark. Beosie
Harvin. Beulah Wilsou. Emmie-Jmb-n
Tenth grade-Ruth Touchberry Ma
bel Trescott. Lillian Tisdale. Perry
Grady Iowman's name was on the
honor rol for last month. but was not
Mr. A. J. White the well known and
popular salesman has .recently engaged
with our house. and will be g]ad to see
and serve his many TrIends at any time.
J. L. McLeod, succe'sor to .1. W. Msc
Court convenes February 12th, with
[ion. Earnest Gary judge presiding.
HOLD OVER GRAND JURORS.
D M Rodzers. Davis
A E Felder. Silver. R F D.
J M Barwiek. Manning.
H N Brunson. Manning.
Thomas Nimmer. 'Manning.
J C Graham, Davis.
GR.AND JRORS DRAWN.
W. L. McFaddin. L-ake Cit. 11. F. D.
W R Davis. Silver.
.1 H.June. .lordan.
J1 K .oh1a:Zon. Mtllnuing.
.1 S Sellers, New Aion.
J 11 H-iii, Paxville
.1 C Baker. New Zion.
NV T Chewning. Sumniertun.
D S Wheeler. New Zion.
Howard Ardis. Pinewood.
W J Worsham. Lake City. R. F. D.
J J Welch. Jr..
E A Coker. Turbeville.
S M Witherspood, DuRant.
J H Horton. Davis.
J Warley Welch. Seloc.
J Nelson McKen:'ie, Lhke City. RFD
H B Billups. Sunmerton, r F D.
T r Evans, Foreston.
January Gibson, Silver.
Louis Levi. Manning.
Clarence Fleming. New Zion.
T G Turbevilte. Turbeville.
P M Richbourg. Davis.
C. E. Strange, Rimini.
D. H. Gowdy. Lake City, R1. F. D.
J. B. Holladay, Summertoi..
J. C. 3odenhamer. Manning.
J. M. Richardson, Silver, r. F. D.
J. W. Galloway, Paxville.
D. B. Dukes, Workman.
S M. Welch. Lake City, R. F. D.
W. T. Sprott, Jordan.
J. B. Brogden, Alcolu.
S. W. Gritlia, Silver, R. F. D.
F. H. Chewning. Silver, R F. D.
John Driggers, Lake City, R. F. D.
XW. M. Davis, Alcolu.
Rt. B. Mellette, Summerton, Rt. F. D.
E. H. Clark. Davis.
Billy Dyson. Manning.
C. E. McElveen, Lake City, R. F. D.
J. R. Harrington, Workman.
-.J. D. Reese, Alcolu.
XW. P. Montgomery. DuRant.
T. M. L. oker,-Turbeville.
XW. J. Buddin, Jr.. Ne.w Zion.
Little Major and Dolletta are Happy.
Greenville, Jan.18.-Yesterd~ay after
noon at the Greenville sanitarium,
there was born to Mr. and MIrs. Charles
Boykin a dauzhter.There attaches more
than the usual amount of interest to
the birth of this child.
Mr. and Mrs. Boykin are dwarfs, and.
are said to be the smallest- persons in
America. They have been associated
with the Barkout Carnival company
for sometime, having come to this city
with this aggregation three months
ago. Mrs. Boykin is familiarly known
as Dolletta, and was the leading figure1
in one of the shows with this amuse
ment company. Since the first two or
three performances in this city she has
been at the Greenville sanitarium.
Mrs. Boykia is exactly 28 inches in
height and her baby is 18 inches,
weighing six pounds. Mrs. Boykin is
the daughter of parents of normal size
and is the only dwarf known in her
family traced back for many genera
tions. Her husband bears the same
unique record of being the only ldwarf
strength and purity...It is sold
in alnost all the civilidL. coumn-I
tries of the globe. *. -
If the cod fish bec~ine extincti
it wo-uld be a world-w-ide calam-I
itr, beeanse the oil that comes.
from its liver surpasses all othe
fats in nourishing and life-givinit
properties. Thirty years ago
the proprietors of Scott's Emul- ~
sion found a way of preparing
cod liver oil so that everyone can
take it and get the full value of
the oil without the objectionable
taste. Scott's Emulsion is the
best+hing ntha world for weak,
in his family, his parents also being
normal in size. The physicians state
this accounts for the offspring of the
diminutive parents being well develop
ed and of normal size.
Mrs. Boykin is so sinaill she canuot
get into a commnonl chair witlhotut as
siStLUCC. She cannot get into bed wth
out a footstool or some other contriv
ance upon which to climb. When
scated in a chair her feet are 14 inches
from the floor. Her body is well de
veloped, however, her shoulders being
broad and muscular. She is inellectual
to a remarkable degree and her head
is crowned with a wealth of wavy nut
brown hair. She was educated along
with her sisters at their home in Ohio.
Not until she was married to Mr.
Bovkin did she join a theatrical troupe,
but she says her life on the road has
been one of pleasure and profit. She is
particularly fond of the latest books
and during her spare moments she
finds a great deal of pleasure in reading
.Mr. Boykin has been with his little
wifealmost constantly since she has
be'nin Greenville, although he did not
giv.'eup his engagement with the Bar
15.t people. They will now return to
their home in Ohio for a time.
.Mrs. Boykin is 23 years of age and
h as been married about one year. Prob
ably the only perons who would com
pare with her and her husband known
to the people of this section. were Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Thumb, although Mrs.
Boykin is said to be much smaller than
Mrs. Thumb.-The State.
The Mutual's entire stock is being
sold out. S. I. Till, Mgr.
Boys' Suits 5 to 15 years. 49e.. at the
Mutual. S. 1. Till, Mgr.
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best.
The R. B. Lorvea. Drug Store.
Corn, Bran. Shoots and Chicken Feed
t The Manning Grocery Co.
We are exclusive handlers of Woods
Seeds. The Manning Grocery Co.
Plait Wood's tested and true Wheat
seed. . The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Complete assortment of Woods Gar
en Seeds at The Manning Grocery Co.
A 5 ponnd Milk CaD Kurnel's Ground
offe for $1.00. .The Manning Grocery
S. I. Till meaus to sell thi goods out
luring the great closing- out sale. S. I.
A ten thousand dollar stock at mov
ng prices. Mutual Di-y Goods Co., S. .
Till, Mgr. 57. * -
Have you seen thewide. Embroidery
ror 10c. at the Mutual'sglosing out sale?
D. I. Till, M gr.
Buster Brown 25c. Stockings for 15c.
it the Mutual's great closing o.ut sale.
3. I. Till, Mgr.
S. I. Till is going to sell out- every
,hing in 30 days, at the :.Mutual Dry
aoods Co.'s store.
All are cordially invited to The New
[dea store opening of the Spring Tailor
ng on Jan. 31 to Feb. 1.
15c. value in spring Percales for
1-2c. at the Mutual.s great closing
)ut sale. S. I. Till, M.gr.
1000 pairs Men and Boys' Pants at a,
;acrifice at the Mutual's great closing
ut sale. S. I. Till, Mgr.
Wanted-To buy a farm within 3
iles of Manning costing .$1500 to
2500. Wilson & Durant.
For Sale-Two 70 saw Pratt gins;'one
so. 3 Boss press. shafting and pulleys.
Apply to C. F. Rawlinson, Jordan, S. C.
Ndens' Hats. Ladies' Hats, Boys'
Fats. Girls Hats, at the Mutual's great
alosing out sale. S. L. Till, Mgr.
The almighty dollar is king when
~ou see how cheap we are selling goods
aow, S. I. Till, Mgr. the Mutual's
reat closing out sale.
S. I. Till, the Price Cutter, is closing
yut the Mutual's entire stock, some at
>ost and some below dost. Come and
see and tell your friends about it.
That shiny dollar will buy you more
goods than'you think for, if you will
>ring it to. us. S. I. Till, Manager for
he Mutual's Great Closing Out Sale.
Don't be fooled by some slick tongue
;alesmen about Shoes and cotion goods
>eing high now. Come to us and get
shoes and cotton goods at your own
rice. Mutual Dry Goods Co.. S. I.
This is positiyely a chance to .get
igh grade goods at the cheap price.
[his is a time that all can b~uy. the
>oor as well as the rich, at The Mu
ual's Great Closing Out Sale, S. I.
A free sample of Lemon Elixir for
yspepsia and Biliousness for every
amily in Clarendon county at Rhame's
Irug store, Summerton, S. C. Call for
t in person or send 10 cents in stamps
o0 pay postage.
Mr. WV. C. Davis of Cineinnati, Ohio.
mn expert tailcr will take measures for
Phe New Iden store on Ja~n. 31 to Febl.
L. We invite all stylish dressers t o conme
examine and price the 300 ditferent
.styles of cloth he will present.
Frid ay, ao' 26.
BARLOW & WIISONWS
0O PEOPLE-40. iJIG ANTS~ 10.
SUPERB BAND AND ORCHESTRA~.
SWELL PAR~ADE AT NOON.
ISO t~~AT THiE alalNC CROCERY CC.
R1E. .petiG-Amission. ...75
'he Biggest Show Ever in tlanning.
Performance commences at 8 P. M. ~
Notice is hereby given that ~a meet
ing of the stock holders of the Summer
pon Mercantile Company ''ill b~e held
it its office, Summertun, ~S..' C. at 12
,elock, Thursday. Feb. 7th., 1906, for
iha'-n rpose of voting on an funrease of
theapitalstock of said Corppany to
Gwenti Iive- thousand- dollars... i4t
- H C2 CA RRIGAN, JR.
Sale of Fine Clothing _
0- For the next two weeks we will offer our 3
entire line of
Men's, Boys and Children's
At Greatly Reduced Prices!
Every man who knows
anything about good
the importance of
& It is not the policy of a
this store to carry'.
goods from one sea -
son to another, so we.
- include every Suit,
eve~ry Overcoat, ev
ery pairof Odd Trou- ,
sers in our store ;n
..This is a
and it is an exception
al. opportunity for
0 Our former"prices -were low and now with 3
0 these great reductions it . is certainly a
splendid opportunity for Clothing buyers. .
We also-include in this reduction all heavy
THE YOUNG RELIABLE, - _
|J. H. RIGBYA
We are otfering tlh following extraordinary bargains in hot -
4Naumian Bros. michune-made Gun; doble barrel, twist sith
matted extension rib. rebounding locks, valu~ at *12., present.rice -
100.'double barrel Shotgvuns fiade by Hms'.y Armb~ cornTy
bounding case hardened locks, twist barrels. a splenid gun at-S11 00 -
1 L. C. Smith hammer Gun with smooth~lareb ~ gl
finished, perfect mechanism, a good value at $2.I -~
1 Stevens Arms Co. Gun. hammer, similar it p~
as described above, value *20., present price $17.50 -
__ 1 Cornel hammerless Shotgun, valued at $25,,.n~v'o ..0
In addition to the above we have a nice stock of SinleGb
including our celebrated Nitro Hletet Single Shotgun, whie -
best thing of the kind on the market. Let us show you iy
- We have in stock at all times a nice assortment of Le mg~ s
SCartridges. Vests and Belts; also a full line of Ammunition.
FARMERS and STOCK MEN.
We have recently received a full earload of American Field
SFence. We have more than ten styles from which to select. Call -
Sand let us furnish you an csru mate of cost for fencing your farm or -
pasture. We have thmis fence ht the lowest price at which it.has
ever (bee soh before.- __
Very truly yours.
~MANNING HARD-ARE COMPANY,
SUMMERTON, S. C..
Friends, Countrymen, Fellow-Citizens]
- Hear us for our~ciuseand be ready that ye may profit.
We comne not td.~busy-the balance of the country, -
But to tell you of a live, live towa.-. --
If you' have dollars, and you have, prepare to invest them now. for
over in East End at Summnerton, the aforesaid live town, we have a nice
area marked otT in one-half acre lots, we are selling at $200 and $100. These
are on Main street, leading to Manning.
Over in WVest End wye have what we call the Rogers'9ots. When these
are 'gone your chance to locate over that side may be gone too.
.Again over in West End we have, on Main street, now used as a base
ball park, a lot of 2.1 acres. This is a fine lot suited for anything. $1,000
buys the whole of it. This wvould be.n ideal site for the Summerton Fair
Association's grounds. .'f r.
Right opposite the new didhn-some p~assenger and freight depot, a
Cristmaas present to Summ-erton from the N~orthwestern railroad, lie some
ine lots for business houses. 'We can t sell these lots to you and the other
man also, so we have them for YOU. We are not lawyers, and therefore
the following advice is free:
Locate in Summerton.
Call at our office andl let us show you over thiese properties. If you are
not interested in town property, let ns hear from you about farnming lands.
We would lik-e.for- all who have any land for sale anywhere, or of any
kind, list it with us. No charge unles a sale is made.
Ladies, now is the time to buy your White Goods and
Wash Goods and have them made up before the
spring opens and before that tired, indolent feel
ing comes over you that is so common in spring.
We can fill your spring wants now just as good
we can in April or May.
Oo0 yards White India Lawn, 40 inches wide,
39 vae.15c yard, but we let them l0
go at. ... . .
1 Case, 2,000 yds. Mple Wood
Madras in solid E -rowns and Fancy Shirt
Waist Suit Patte. inches wide,
value 12-c, but them go at. 10C
Mixed Case of White Persian Lawns -
for nice summer dresses
that we can sell at last year's old
prices, at 15, 20, 25 and up to........ c yd
These goods are 50 inches wide. It will pay you
to look over these.
2 Cases, 4,000 yds nice yard
cales, in beautiful new spring styles, -
value 12- & 15c,but we let them go at .1 C yd
1 Case, 2,000 yds. b"seaiul
ings, value 15c yard, but we let them
The very thing for Easter dresses; trimmed and
made up nicely they look like 50c Worsted Suit
ing. It will cost you nothing to look over this
line of goods. Only cost 10c yard. Big value.
A Grand Display re Goos -in
Silks, Worsteds and a splendid line of Black
Goods for Skirts and Suits.
Pair of Men's Heavy Plow Shoes, 200 pair of
_ Men's Blue Denim Overalls. A big stock of
all kinds of Shoes at the lowest prices.
E. Jenkinson Co.
THE RELIANCE IPE INSURANCE C0O,
* PITTSBURG, PENN.,
Eas complied with the State laws of 44 different States, contines its operation
to the United States. Issues every conceivable~ form of insurance and has a
number of attractive features that he~ "eo h" 9 9i" Y b
Is the Only Company that se the Famois
1st. It provides for cash loans: 21 m a .M~tbe: G
fer t.Paid up values; 5th. Thir1y vy ::*' t:- de ' 'reP;
pad 6h Exf~ended values: 'ith. The paid up values participate in dividends:
th. It has a
Total and Permanent Disability Clause,
I'hat is if the insured becomes totally disabled by disease or accident the pre
ium ceases and the policy is automatically paid up for face value, the .privilege
and benefit re.maining the same as if the premiums had been regularly paid by
th~'insured. 9th. It also provides tbat if the policy-holder should make tent
payments on the 20-payment plan and cease paying premiums the company will
pay his estate 81,000 for every $1,000 applhed for should the insured death occur
d/mng the second 10-year period and will not deduct a single premium from the.
face, of the policy. 10th. Should the insured continue to pay his premiums dur
ing the second 10-year period and if death should occur during the second 10
years the company will add every premium to the face of the policy, that -has
been paid during this period and pay it in cash plus the face of the policy.
11th. This policy can only be obtained from
Reliance Life of Pittsburg,
thecompany having the LARGEST ORIGINAL SURPLUS to policy-holders
of any COMPANY IN THE WORLD-A SURPLUS OVER THE RESERVIs
AND ALL OTHER LIABILITIES OF OVER ONE MILLiON EIGHT
HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS.
Its Board of Directors is composced of recognized financial ability aud bus:
ness integrity, it is officered by practical and experienced insurance men.
The right man can secure a position by applying to
JAMES H. REED, President
Reliance Life Insurance Co.,
To Farmers and
We have acded an up-to-date Seed Depart
ment to our grocery line and have just r'e
ceived our first shipment of Seeds from the
reliable house of T. W. Wood & Sons of Rich
We Have Exclusive Control of Their Seeds
and can supply your wants at catalogue
We also carry in stock Wood's Poultry
Grain Food and Shredded Alfalfe, the proper
tods to make hens lay during the winter