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MA\7NNNG. S. C., J AN. 3 1. 190G6.
Publishes All County and Town Of
Advertisers will please re
O member that copy for a
change of ad. MUST be in
this office by Saturday Noon in order to
insure publication the following week.
Important Items to be Had at W. E. Jenkin
Heavy Fleece-Lined Undershirts and
Drawers to match at 35c each.
A splendid assortment of Spring Per
cales at 10c the yard. value 12ic.
The greatest values to be found in
White Madras for Shirt Waists, only
10c yard, wide, value 15c.
Very fine India Lawns, 40 inches
wide, only 10c.
One case Androscoggin Bleach, two
cases Dixie Bleach, all one yard wide,
going very cheap, 9 and 10c yard.
The greatest line of Black Skirt
Goods ever shown in Manning to be
seen at our store.
New Shirt Waist Silks now on dis
play at our store.
New Spring Suitings now on display
at our store.
Don't forget that we are closing out
all Millinery and Winter Goods at a
It matters not what you need, see us
before you buy, as we have the largest
stock in the town to select from.
V. E. JENKINSON CO.
Sam Jones February 16.
Mr. W. M. Turner spent Monday in
Manning will put out a winning team
Mr. C. K. Curtis of Paxville was in
Mr. L. D. Player has returned from
Mr. W. T. Sellers ol Chester was in
Mr. E. B. Felder of Summerton was
in town Monday.
Mr. Hyman Krasnoff spent last Sun
day in Charleston.
Miss Kate Ingram of Dillon spent
last Sunday in town.
Manager Odiorne will begin signing
his men in a few days.
The Social Union met at Hon. Jno. S.
Wilson's last evening.
Dr. Hagood Woods of Turbeville
spent last Saturday in town.
Capt. A. M. Brailsford, of Camden,
spent yesterday in Manning.
Mr. E. D. Hodge went to Columbia
to attend a meeting of the county pres
idents of the Cotton Association.
Hon. J. C. Otts, a member of the leg
islature from Union, spent last Sunday
with his neice Mrs. W. M. Turner.
Mr. Louis Levi has been suffering
with a severe case of grippe. He left
Monday to recuperate, with his neice
Mrs. Hugh McKelvey at Lickville,
A marriage in high colored "sassi
ety" took place last Monday evening at.
the bride's home. The contracting
prties were Mr. Peter J. DeLaine, the
single getter, and Mrs. Leah Wragg,
We received yesterday a wild turkey
from Mr. FakBarron of Rhems, for
which he gias our thanks. Turnips,
pork hams, sausages and wild turkeys
for an editors family, surely the bottom
rail is getting on top.
At a meeting of the Manning base
ball association last Monday evening
Messrs. I. I. Bagnal, W. C. Davis and
I. H. Moses were elected directors, and
Mr. George Odiorne was elected mana
ger. The organization is now complete
with the exception of collecting the
stock subscriptions, and this will be
done in a few days.
Mr. W. J. Troublefield, recently a
salemnan at Jenkimson Co., has accepted
a similar position with George M. Mc
Cown & Co., at Florence. Mr. Trouble
field has a great many friends ini Clar
endon and especially the Salem section,
part of which goes to Florence. He is
a good salesman and understands the
merchandise business thoroughly. He
will later move his family there.
Till, the racket man, since taking
charge of The Mutual Dry Goods Co.,
is making things move. Read his big
ad. in this weeks issue, and then come
to Manning, and let Till show you how
cheap goods can be sold in spite .of a
rising dry goods market. There .is no.
doubt of the sincerity of Till's inten
tions to reduce the large stock of The
Mutual, and there is also no doubt
about the trading public profiting by
The Summerton Cotton Growers As
sociation will meet Saturday Feb. 3rd.,
at 11 o'clock at the Academy. Full at
The patrons of the school are also
requested to meet at same time to con
sider the matter of building a school
house.E. B. FELDER, Sec.
The compulsory vaccination required
by the authorities is all right as far as
it goes, but we think they should put on
a strict quarantine against ifected
houses. A patient with smallpox
should not be allowed to come outside
of his house,nor should those who come
in contact with such a patient be al
lowed to come out where they are lia
ble to spread the germs of the loath
some disease in their clothing. The
health officers should provide strict
regulations for doctors as well as pa
The boards of the Institute hall were
occupied last Friday evening by Barlow
& Wilson's minstrel troup. The weath
er was exceedingly inclement, but not-.
withstanding this a large audience
greeted them. The performance was
not up to the expectations of some, but
in our opinion, it was very good. The
orchestra was superb, and Mr. Barlow
and Mr. Kennedy's acting was away
above the average. The lone, tall ad
dition from "Cha'ston," Sam Richard
son, has missed his calling. He was
not intended for the stage, driving a
scavanger cart on Market street will
fit him better.. We advise .him to
change his occupation before it is too
late. The work of Professor Hanson,
the bag puncher and club worker, was
fine. Take it all-in all, .it was a good
performance at half the price. We found
Mr. Wilson a very entertaining and
couteous gentleman, a man of much
information, and one who is very favor
ably struck with the fuiture of this sec
Stio of theacountry. Mr. Wilson told ui
he ha-some means at his command,
andnoticing the list.of lands for sale in
THE TmES, remarked that he would
like to get in on a deal to buy up these
lands as an investment. Mr. Wilson
-atso told us that at present his company
is not at bet because of sicknesi
Pay-up, Hush-up, 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 name off.
A newspaper cannot be run upon prom
ises. printers must have monev. paper
dealers must have theirs. and the edi
tor must have food and raiment. If Timi
TIES is not worth the subscription
price. then settle what. you owe and
ell u's to dicontinue it. but do not
stand us olf with promises to lpay. Our
very best ellorts are given to make Tinti
TIMES a first-class county ne wspaper,
and the only tray to keep i, goimgz is
for our patrons to settle their small
debt to us.
We simioiv cannot :aflord to mndulge
people in their indifference, and if they
will not meet such a small obligation
promptly. it is a losinff game to con
tinue business with them. It is not our
desire to strike from our lists a single i
name; we hone to increase the number, I
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 1
rather have fewer subscribers, and
them of the debt-paying class. Look
I at the date on the label of your paper.
and from.that date you owe. If you
have not paid up by February 1st, your
name comes off, and your paper stops.
We oifer One Hundred Dollars Reward fox
any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by.
Halls Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Props.. Toledo. 0.
We. the undersigned. have known F. J. Cheney
for the last 15 years. and believe him perfectly
honorable in ali business transactions and finan
ially able to carry out any obligations made by
WEST & TRUAX. wholesale druggits. Toledo. 0.
WALPING, KLiNAN & MARVIN. wholesale drug
gists. Toledo. 0.
Halrs Catarrh Cure is taken internally. acting
directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of
the system. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all
drugnists. Testimonials rree.
Halls Family Pills are the best.
The Legislative Mill at Work.
We are under obligations to Hon. R.
S. DesChamps for daily copies of the
Journal and Calendars of the House of
There is a bill before the Senate to
repeal the charter of the Rlichland Dis
tillery. We hope our Representatives
will not be carried away by the gen
eral cry of corruption to be a party to
any injustice. The State aranted a
charter to this corporation and induced
its stockholders to invest a. large
amount of money: now because this
concern has been selling a large quan
tity of liquor to the dispensary, and be
cause there has been graft is no rea
son to select this special industry to
slaughter. It is all right to kill the
politicians who have been grafting, but
to repeal the charter of a business in
stitution is a serious matter. and should,
not be permitted.
The Morgan local option bill is now j
being discussed in the House, and in
our opinion, the measure, possibly. with
amendments. will go through that body
and get.hung up in the Senate where
there are some who will be out of a
campaign slogan if the dispensary is
A bill to further regulate pensions
and to make appropriations therefor,
introduced by Captain Bradham has a
a favorable report
It is with considerable difficulty that
we make up a story of the legislative
work. Our own delegation is not very
active at this time, and there is noth
ing of general interest, except a bill to
appropriate $20,000 more for a model
school at Rock Hill, was defeated, Des
Champs voting against the bill and
Bradham and Green for it. We agree
with those who think there is enough
money spent on Winthrop.
Happenings in the San dy Grove Section.
Editor The Manning Times
Mr. W. L. McFaddin spent last Tues
ay and Wednesday in Sumter.
Miss Jessie Brown, of Lynchburg,
is visiting her uncle, Mr. R. S. Smith.
.Mr. W. D. McFaddin and daughter~
spent Saturday in Salem.
Mrs. Thomas Burgess, of Bethel, is
spending a while with her daughter.
Mrs. W. L. McFaddin.
We are sorry to hear Miss Liz~zie
Worsham is sick; hope she will soon be
ntirely well and at school again.
Mr. J. P. Langston spent Wednesday
Mr. T. H. McElveene took a flying
trip to Kingstree one day last week.
We are having a great deal of rain,
ad the roads are very bad for travel
We are having a great deal sick-ness
in our community now; grip is raging,
and we have several cases of mumps
The oat crop in Qur section and about
are looking fine.
Mr. R. R. McFaddin has had grip,
but is improving now.
Mr. E. Miller, of Beulah, is spend
ing a few days with Mr. J. P. Lang
Miss Janie McFaddin spent last weeki
with Mrs. Willie McElveene.
Mrs. Willis McElveene and children
spent sunday at Mr, W. D. McFaddin's.
ZHE aboye pictire of thle
mafln and fist is the'trafdeC
an& is-the sp-onym for
strngth und purity.-~ It is sold
in almost all the civilized coun
tries of the globe.
If the cod fish became extinct
it would be a world-wide..calam
itv because the oil that comes
fr~om its liver surpasses all othler
fats in nourishing and life-giving
properties. Thirty years ago
the proprietors of Scott's Emul
sion found a way of preparing
cod liver oihothat everyone can
take it and get thie full value of
the oil without the objectionable
taste. Scott's Emulsion is the
best thing in the world for weak,
backward children, thin, delicate
people, and all conditions of
wasting and lost strength.
Send for free sample.
Whiskey Causes Death.
J. I. Hill, a white man who was em
ployed as shipping clerk for D. W. Al
derman & Sons' Co.. at Alcolu, fell of
the back platform of passenger trair
No. 53 last night two miles this side. o
3rogdon's station on the Central rail
road and was instantly killed. His heat
struck the end of a cross tie and hi
skull was crushed. No one witnesse
the accident. and he was not. mnissc
from the train. llis body Was touni
lying beside track at about ) o'clock
last night by a negro man who was
walking from Brogdon's to the city.
The negrro who was trying to beat i
ride on the passenger train due in this
city at 8:30 from Lanes was put oi
when the train stopped at Brogdonm
and he started to walk to town. About
two miles this side of Ulrogdons he dis
covered the body and immediately
wvent to the nearest house and reported
the fact. Life had been extinct for
some time and the body was alrady
becoming rigid when discovered. The
negro came on into the city -and re.
ported his find to the police last night.
Coronor Flowers went out 'to. the
scene of the accident this morning.and
held an inquest. The body was identi
iled as that of J. 1. Hill by letters
which were found in his pockets. De
sides.the letters he had 70 cents in
small chaflue, air unopened pint bottle
of whiskey and another pint bottle
containing a small quantity of whiskey.
The orily evidence was that furnished
by the wound on the man's head, blood
stain on the end of a crosstie and the
position in which the body was found.
It was evident that he had fallen head
foremost from the train, probably from
the back platform, and striking his
head on the end of a crosstie. was in
stantly killed. His skull was crushed in
on the side and top for a space of sev
eral inches and the blood stain on the
crosstie corresponded with the wound
on- the head.
The jury rendered a verdict in ac
cordance with these facts.
The dead man came to town vester
day morning from Alcola and got
drunk. About noon he was arrested by
)ne of the police and was tried in the
Recorder's court for public drunken
aess and carrying a concealed weapon,
viz. a razor. He plead guilty to the first
harge and was sent-nced to pay a One
)f -1o or serve 20 days on the chain
ang. Hlis wife at Alcolu was commu
aicated with at his request and she got
Vr a-lderman to telephone that he
vould send a check to pay the fine.
ill was therefore released as he was
;ber enough to take care of himself
> that ti'ie. Instead of profiting by
iis experience he evidently purchased
mother supply of whiskey and filled up
efore he boarded the Charleston train,
eaving here at 6:25. He was seen to
>oard the train and at that time was
iot too drunk to take care of himself.
't is surmised that he drunk more whis
ey after getting on the Lrain and that
e became helplessly drunk and fell
rom the back platform to his death.
sumter Item, 30th.
Court convenes February 12th, with
Ion. Earnest Gary judge presiding.
HOLD OVER GRAND JURORS.
D M Rodgers. Davis.
A E Felder. Silver, R F D.
J M Barwick, Manning.
H N Brunson, Manning.
Thomas Nimmer. Manning.
J C Graham, Davis.
GRAND JURORS DRAWN.
W. L. McFaddin, Lake City. R. F. D.
W R Davis, Sitver.
J H June, Jordan.
J K Johnson, Manning.
J S Sellers, New Zion.
J R Hill. Paxville.
J C Baker. New Zion.
W T Chewning, Summerton.
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 Witherspoon, Dullant.
J H Horton, Davis.
J Warley Welch, Seloc.
J Nelson McKenzie, Lake City. RFD
H B Billups. Summerton, R F D.
T R Evans, Foreston.
January Gibson, Silver.
Louis Levi, Manning.
Clarence Fleming, New Zion.
T G Turbeville, Turbeville.
P M Richbourg, Davis.
C. E. Strange, Rimini.
D. H. Gowdy. Lake City, R. F. D.
J. B. Holladay, Summerton.
J. C. Bodenhamer, Manning.
J. M. Richardson, Silver, R. P. D.
J. W. Galloway, Paxville.
D. B. Dukes, Workman.
S M. Welchi, Lake City, R. F. D.
W. T. Sprott, Jordan.
J. B. Brogden, Alcolu.
S. WV. Gritin, Silver, R. F. D:
F. H. Chewning, Silver, R. F. D.
John Driggers, Lake City, R. F. D.
W. M. Davis, Alcoln.
R. B. Mellette, Summerton, R. 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.
W. P. Montgomery. Du~ant.
T. M. L. Coker, Turbeville.
W. J. Buddin, Jr., New Zion.
SECOND WEEK JURORS.
T J1 Lowder. Davis.
A JT Tindal, Manning R F D.
G M Hicks. New Zion.
J C Dennis, Turbeville..
J S Evans. Workman.
H WV Mims, Turbeville.
James Reaves, Dullant.
E E McLeod, Manning.
S C McElveen, Turbeville.
D G Buddin, New Zion.
R H Gamble New Zion.
J D Rutledge, Summerton.
WV K McElveen, Cades.
C E Morris, New Zion.
G T McLeoa, Manning.
W T Coker, Turbeville.
W Jasper Tlurbeville, Turbeville.
T L Bagnal, 1Foreston.
W E .Hickman. Turbeville.
C H Castine, Turbeville.
H A Brailsford, Pinewood.
Sparkman Thames Paxville.
J M DuBose, New /ion.
E N Green; TLurbeville.
Jeff D Holladay, Manning.
Joel Benbow, Summerton.
C F Rawlinson. Jordan.
0 WV McRoy, Manning.
A J Boswell, Silver.
D L Morris,'New Zion.
.J H Geddings, Jr., Pinewood.
M D Wells, Summertog,
R L Felder, Pinewood..
J O Lowder, Manning:
. To The Public.
There will be a public installation of
the officers of Pinewood Lodge, No. 124
of KLnights of Pythias, on Wednesday
evening, February 7th 1906, at Pine
wood. The public is cordially invited
to these services.
Please all ofticers and members be on
hand this evening, especially the
officers elected for 1906 to be on hand;
so you can be installed. The follow
ing will serve for 1006:
Geo. Tindal, C. C.; C. M. Huggin.
V. C.: W. W. Geddings, Prelate.
To be elected: M. of W.; Walter D.
Epperson, K. of. R. and S., M. of T.;
Pat H. Broughton, M. of Ex.; Willie
R. Davis, M. at A.; E. C. Geddings,
I. G.: J. E. Broughton. 0. G.: D. R.
Lide, Dr. M. D. Murray, Dr. P. M. Sal
ley, Trustees for 1906.
I will be glad if all Knights will tell
their brother Knights, so we can have
a full attendance. Remember the
evening and date, Wednesday evening,
Februarv 7th, 1906. Brother John W.
Lesesne wil conduct the installation oi
Honor Roll of Coker School.
- On account of their good scholarship
- during the past. month, the follotying
f students belong to the honor roll:
i Miller Mellet, Maggie Mellett, Isabei
f Gibbons, Addie Gibbons, Lester Gib
- bous, Dow Gibbons, Berry Gibbons,
I Annie Gibbons. Wiibur Gibbons, Linna
Roberson, Ashby loberson, Elbert
Green. Belle Buddin, Ryan Buldin,
Ilattie Player, Sallic I'layer. Lillic
Player and Charlie Player.
New Zion, Jan, 26. .1006.
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best.
The R. B. Lorvea Drug Store.
Plant Wood's tested and true Wheat
Seed. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
All are cordially invited to The New
Idea store opening of the Spring Tailor:
ing on Jan. 31 to Feb. I.
For Sale-Two 70 saw Pratt gins: one
ko. 3 Boss press, shafting and pulleys.
Apply to C. F. Rawlinson, Jordan, S. C.
Mr.W. C,.Davis of Cincinnati, Ohio,
an expert tailor will take measures for
The New Idea store on Jan. 31 to Feb.
1. We invite all stylish dressers to come
examine and price the 300 different
styles of cloth he will present.
Crm Colds; Prevents Pneumonia
STATE OF SOUTH UAROLINA,
County of Clarendon.
By James M. Windham, Esq., Probate
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
W HEREAS, Archie I. Barron, Clerk of
Court, made suit to me, to grant him
Letters of Administration of the estate
of and effects of Reese Bradley.
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and sing ular the kindred
and creditors of . the said Reese
Bradley, deceased. that they be and
appear before me, in the Court of Pro
bate, to be held at Manning on the 22nd
day of February next after publica
tion thereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
noon, to show cause, if any they have,
why the said administrition should not
I be granted.
Given unider my hand-, -this 10th day
of January, A. D. 1906.
JAMES M. WTND AM,
[SEAL.] Judge of Probate.
Kodol Dyspepsia Gure
Digests what you eat.
4 Per Cent
- COMPOUND INTEREST
Interest Allowed .From Date of Dew
ing St reet, Opposite ulasel.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
JOHN B. REEV7S, President.
B. B. GILCHRIST, Cashier.
Eakos Kidneys and Bladdoz' Bight
.Stock Holders Meeting,
Notice is hereby given that a meet
ing of the stock holders of the Summer
ton Mercantile Company will be held
at its office, Summerton, S. C. at 12
ocock, Thursday, Feb. 7th, 1906, for
the ourpose of voting on an increase of
the ~capital stock of said Company to
twenty five thousand dollars. [4t
H C. CARRIGAN, JR.
Notice to Creditors.
All persons having claims against
the estate of William T. Francis, de
ceased, will present them duly at
tested, -and those owing said estate
will make payment to.
- DAVIS & WEINBERG,
Attorneys for Qualified Administra
Manning, S. C., January, 22, 1906.
LIGHiT, MEDIUM AND HiEAVY.
FOR EVERY KIND OF WORK
ENGINES AND BOILERS
AND SIZES AND FOR EVERY
CLASS OF SERVICE.
AsK FOR OUR ESTIMATE BEFORE
,PLACING YOUR ORDER.
GIBBES MACHINERY COMPA NY
COLUMBIA, .S. C.
Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar.
Cures all Coughs, 'and expels Colds from
the system by gently moving the-bowels.
The Childrens Favorif'
Coughs, Golds;Croup -and
Thi sremedyis fam fr Its ce ovr
-given as confhdenhiy to as 0 to an adult
Price 25 cts; Large Sfzer 80 cts.
f.hate special facilities for buyig and
Dr. W. M. Brockinton 's
We take great pleasure in announcing to our patrons and
the general public that we will bave with us for the follow
ing days only,
February 13 and 14,
AN EXPERT OPTICIAN, representingthe celebrated firm
of A. K. HIAWKES CO.,-Atlanta, Gi.,;he largest and
most favorably known optical establishinent -in the South.
He Will Test Eyesight and
The Doctor is a graduate of one of 'the leading Ophthal
mic Colleges in the United States, is thoroughly conversant
with all nodern methods in refractive science, including Ret
inoscopy, Ophthalmology. etc., and has had ong experience
in his specialty
That ve have arranged this engagement and seedred the ser
vices of a man of ability and. relfutation, and tliatywe, per
sonally, guarantee his work.
All exaninations are free, and only regular prices vill
be charged for glasses.
You Can Save Money
and obtain the highest class of professional service in this
line by taking advantage of this opportunity.
Bear in Mind the Dates, Feb. 13 and 14.
SSale of Fine Clothm
For the next two weeks we will .offer our
SMen's, Boys and Children' si
At clothing . .
AtGreatly Reduced jPrices!
Every man who knows
*1 ~ anything about good
clothing appreciates -
the. importance of
~ .~ - this event. .~
*-this store to carry
. ~ goo$ds from one sea
~ ~''~ ~son to another; so we
include. every Suit; .3
~- ~ every Overcoat, ev- i
ery pair of Odd Trou- 3
sers in our store in,
Ou fomrpieswr o ndnwwt 4
We als incud inthis-dciall. eav
TH YOUN REIALE, I-j
SV V VV V VV WW W V T, VV VV
Laie1s, 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.
39000 yards White India Lawn, 40 inches wide,
3, value 15c.yard, but we let them
go a....................... 10
1 Case, 2,QSO yds. "apebry &,
Madras in solid Bhes, Brovwns-and Fancy Shirt
Waist Suit Palterns. 31 inches wide,
value 121-c, but we let them go at.....
of White Persian- Lawns
1 ixed Case ffor nice summer -dresses
that we can sell at last year's old 4
prices, at 15, 20, 25 and up to........ 4 0 yd
These goods are 50 inches wide. It will pay you
to look over these.
2 Cases, 4,000 yds. ide Par
cales, in beautiful new spring styles,
value 121 & 15c,but we let them go at 0 yd
1 Case; 2,000 yds. oecker ui
ings, value 15c yard, but we let them
go at.. .........................
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 Des*Goods"
Silks, Worsteds and a splendid line of Black
Goods for Skirts and Suits.
Pair of Men's Heavy Plow Shoes, 200 pair of
50 Men's Blue Denim Overalls. A big stock of
all kinds of Shoes at the lowest prices.
W. E. Jenkinson Co.
We are offeringvthe following extraorginary bargair-s ie Sit- a
un:4Naunian Bros. machine-made Guns, double barrel, .vi. with
Smatted extension rib, rebounding locks, valued at $12., p:e~ prc
2 double barrel Shotguns made by Henry Armo Company, re
bounding case hardened locks, twist barrels, a splendid gun at $11.00.
1 L. C. Smith hammer Gun with smooth black barrels, highly
finished, perfect mechanism, a good value at $20., present price $18.
1 Stevens Arms Co. Gun. hammer, similar .to L. C. Smith gun.
as desci-ibed above, value $20.,'present price $17.50
.1 Cornel hammerless Shotgun, valued at $25., now $20.
In addition to the above we have a nice stock of Single .Guns,
including our celebrated Nitro Heter Single Shotgun, .whic is the
best thing of the kind on the market. Let us show you its many good
ponsWe have in stock at all times a nice assortment of Leggings,
SCartridges, Vests and Belts; also a full line of Ammunition.
an ARMERS and STOCK MELN,
We have recently received a full c.zcload of American Field
Fence. We have more than ten styles from which to select. Call -
adlet us furnish y-ou.an esuimate of cost for fencing your farm or
pasture. .We have this fence at the lowest price at which it hasvrbensl-~fr._
- -' Very trly yours.
NANNING HARDWARE COMPANY.
SUMMERTO)N, S. C.
Friends, Countrymen, Fellow-Citizens !
Bear us for our cause and be ready that ye may prollt.
We come not to busy the balanee of the country,
But to telkyou of a live, live town.
If you have dollars, and you have, prepare to invest them now. for
ver in East End at'Sammerton, the aforesaid live town, we have a niee
rea marked otf in one-half acre lots, we are selling at $200 and $100. These
ver in Wet Edie& have what we call the R&-ers lots. When these
re gone your chance to I6bate over that side may be gone too.
Again over in West End we have, on Main street, noiv ased as a base
ball park, a lot of 21 acres:: This is a fine lot suited for anything. $1,000
bys the whole of it. This NoQuld be an ideal site for the Summerton Fair
ssoight opposite the new and gandsome pasenger and freight depot, a
Cristmas.present to Summterton from the Northwestern railroad, lie some
ie lots for business houses. We can't sell these lots to you and the other
an also, so we-have them for YOU. We are not lawyers, and therefore
the following ad'vlee i free:
Locate in Summerton.
Call at our office and let us show you over these properties. If you are
ot interested in -lown property, let ns hear from you about farming lands.
We would like for all who have any land for sale anywhere, or of any
ind, list it with us. No charge unless a sale is made.
Let us hear from you, we believe we can help you.
Yours with best wishes for the Newv Year,
SUMETOlN REAL ESTATE AGENCY,