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Among the visitors to MNuIine ist
Monday. was Doctor Barnett. A. Elzas.
M. D.. L . D., of Charleston. This
distingushed divine and man of letters
was on a visit to the family of Mr. A.
Lo-vea. It i! ahva:w a peaure to
have a visit from Doctor E'lzas. He is
a delightful c onversationalist, and he
never leaves one without food for
thought. This eminent gentleman has
recently given to literature, a work
entitled, The Jews of South Carollua."
in whichl he shows from the public re
cords,ana other documentary evidence.
the very important part pltyed by th1e
jews of South Carolina from 1669 up to
date. in all t'-e avocatiors of life, trade.
agriculture. finance. social. art, liter
attire. oratory, military, soldier on
land and on sea. A h istory th:at those
with .lewish blood coursigU through
their veius. however remote. must feel
proud of. The book is written in that
pleasing, dignitied, clear and incisive
style that the individuality of the
author is depicted on every page. No
library can be complete without this
book. We regard it one of the most
valuable books that has been written in
many years, and it is a monument to
the mind and heart of this theologian.
historian and scholar.
Good looks being happiness. Friends
care more for us when we meet them
with a clean, smiling face, bright eyes
sparkling with health. which comes by
taking Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea
Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.
A Sunday Disgrace.
Early Sunday evening the streets in I
the business portion of the town had
the appearance of a brewing race riot.
I There had been a difficulty between a
young white man and a negro. when
two friends of the white man accident
ally saw it: they rushed to the rescue
to'get their friend out of the trouble,
and as they were in the act of taking
him away they saw, the negro throw a
brick at them. and run. They made
for him. and one of them struck him.
The negro was also seen to have been
handed a pistol by a porter in the Cen
tral hotel. Policeman Clark happened
to be in another portion of the town
when the racket started, but as soon as
he heard it he at once proceeded to
arrest those who were engaged in it. In
an almost incredible short space of
time after the row. the negroes gath
erd from all portionsof the town,among
them were some women. and these
were especially incendiary in their
mouthings. The men assumed such
a threatening manner, that at one time
it looked as if there would be trouble.
Word was quietly snent around town,
and preparations wer.e made to preserve
the peace. Only a few of the white
men showed themselve; on the streets,
but on receiving the message they
quiely awaited the signal to act.
Fortunately trouble was averted, and
we think it due to credit Mayor Brad
ham. and John Washington, colored,!
with keeping down what was about to
become a very serious, and deplorable
affair, brought on by the inconsiderate
conduct of a young white man.
Monday evening council had all the
principals before them, and fined L. D.
Player $10.00,John and George Odiorne i
$5.00 each, Junius Boyd, colored. $5.06
and William Nelson. colored, .5.00.
The latter was charged with having!
handed Junius Boyd a pistol. The
Messrs. Odiorne's are very quiet young
gentlemen, and from what we ean learn
of this disgraceful affair. they had no'
other idea, when they went to the res
cie of Mr. Dow Player, but to take him
away from the negroes and carry him
home which they were undertakng to
do when it is said Boyd hurled a brick.
This was a very regretable affair at
best, but its having occured on a Sun
day evening when people were prepar
ing for church was a shame and a dis
grace in a decent community, and that
it would have resulted seriously we
have not the slightest doubt had not
the authorities acted promptly.I
Now a word to the negroes of this
town. You may as well understand
right now, that the white people of
Manning do not approve nor endorse
unlawful conduct, whether it be
breaches of the peace, or other wise, on
the part of the whites, but they most
positively will not tolerate such con
duct on the -part of the negroes as _was
demonstrated here last Sunday evening.
Whites and blacks have been living'
peaceably in this town, but if unfortu
nately there is a falling out between a
white man and a colored man, and the
negroes flock together again in a
threatening manner as they did last
Sunday evening, those who survive, will
only live to regret it.
We give this admonition, not to all
the negroes of Manning, because there
are many who do not approve the con
duct of that mouthing gang of men and
women. the better element of colored
people have the well -wishes and _co
operation of the whites, but there is in
this town a thriftless, drunken, loafing,
razor and pistol-toting set who take
advantage of every little incident to
show their hatred for the white man,
and this set, must understand, that the
white people of this town are not
asleep but ever on the alert to uphold
law and order here, even in doing so
they must wipe out of existence those
who have no respect for decency and
law. A word to the wise is sufficient.
.Since our last issue we have very lit
tle to report of a local nature, and
mighty little of a general natnre ex
cept the action of the House in passing
the Morgan Local Option bill. A
measure very similar to what was
known as the "Appelt Bll"~ introduced
in 1900. The Clarendon delegation was
not solid on the Morgan bill. Green
and DesChamps cling to their idol by
voting to hold on to the State dispen
sary, and Captain Bradhanm voted to
kill the State dispensary, and in favor
of local option. Representative Hamel
of Kershaw, a true-blue Prohibitionist.
in order to go on record called for a
straight vote on Prohibition, in this
vote not one of the Clarendon delega
tion voted for Prohibition, Captain
Bradham did not vote, and the other
two were against.
Senator Davis has a bill to authorize
the trustees of Summerton school to
issue bonds for a school house.
There was no session last Monday, on
account of salesday, and as most of the.
members are lawyers they had to be at
their respective court houses on pro
fessional business. - ,
Reresentative Irby of Laurets, who
is interested in a little paer, "The
Vidette," has introduced A resolution
calling for a commission to investigate
the State printing. These imvestiga
tions are all right ri.thtir way, but we
are unalterably-~ohpposed to the per
diem feature which gives -nvestigatinlg
committees juntetmng trips at the ex
pense of the pe&Ple.
Senator Davis was among the inter
ested spectators at the big land sale
Esrte The Kind You Have Always Bought
The members of the executive com
mittee of the Ctton Growers Associa
tion are earnestly requested to weet in
Mlanning Saturdlay 10th inst., at 11
o.'clok a. m. for business of importance.
Each township committeeman should be
present,'~also have those who had the
collection books to return same by next
- . E. D. HoDGE.
C..... nols; Povo... n.....on
MANNING. S. C., FEB. 7. 1906.
Publishes All County and Town Of
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MUST be in
this office by Saturday Noon in order to
insure publication the following week.
You Want to See?
You want to see the values W. E.
Jenkinson Co. is offering in white
Madras Waisting at 10c the yard.
You want to see the values W. E.
Jenkinson Co. is offering in 40 imch
India Lawns at 10c and 12 1-2e the
vard. They are the greatest values
ever offered on this market.
You want to see the values WV. E.
Jenkinson Co. is offering in India
Lawns, Persian Lawns, and white
You want to see the values V. E.
Jenkinson Co. is offering in Dress
Ginghams, real 12 1-2c values, at Sc.
You want to see the values W. E.
Jenkinson Co. is offering in Clothing.
Our entire line of winter goods must
be closed out to make room for our
spring line, which will be eomiug in a
You want to see the values NV. E.
.lenkinson Co is offering in Shoes. The
recent rise in leather founa us heavily
stocked on plow shoes and all heavy
ooods, so we own the at from 25 to 30
per cent under the market today, and
we propose to give our customers the
advantage of this.
Our great store is filled with bar
gains too numerous to mention here,
but a call will convince you that we
can save you money. We will take
pleasure in showing you through.
NV. E. JENKINSON CO.
Remember Sam Jones on the 16th.
Mr. W. T. Sellers spent last night in
Rev. R. L. Grier will preach in the
Presbyterian church of Sumter Sunday.
Magistrate Youmans, who has been
quite ill, we are glad to say, is able
to be out again.
St. Peters Lodge of Masons will have
an oyster supper this evening in the
lodge dining hall.
Mrs. Isaac C. Ingram, of Dillon, is
visiting in Manning at the *home of
Hon. J. S. Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Miller and
family of Sumter is visiting the family
of Mr. Howard Muldrow.
This town seems to be a Mecca for
life insurance agents. They are as
thick as fleas on a dog in August. -
The Library bazaar will be the fad.
There should be no lagging. The old,
the young, all should lend a helping
The postmaster is making a number
of improvements in the postoffice to
facilitate business, and improve the
There will be preaching at Fellow
ship church next Sunday at 3:30 o'clock
by Rev. M. A. Connors. Public cor
We are requested to state that a train
will be run on the Alcolu Railroad,
Monday 12th to connect with the train
Mr. H. D. Clark killed. a hog ]ast
week which weighed 620 pounds. He
made 300 pounds lard and 160 pounds of
sausage from it.
Who says there is no money in Clar
endon? Tlie sale of land on Monday
aggregated $30,025 spot cash. An aver
age of $9.70 per acre.
At the urgent request of some, we
have decided to postpone cutting _off
delingents until March 1st. Thus giving
another month's time.
Married by Judge J. E. Richbourg,
near Foreston, last Sunday, Mr. David
Sports and Miss Annie Hodge, a daugh
ter of Mr. H. T. Hodge.
The Midway congregation have
bought a site at Sardina for the pur
pose of erecting a parsonage and will
begin work as soon as possible.
Mr. Arthur Lynah, of Charleston,one
of the trustees of the estate of A. J.
Salinas & Sons, spent Monday in Man
ning attending the sale of real estate.
Mr. Perry Krasnoff and bride, from
Ocala, Florida, have arrived in Man
ning. and they go to Summerton where
Mr. Krasnoff will engage in the mer
Mr. and Mrs. C.0O. Cole formally of
Florence passed through Manning this
week, enroute to Greeleyville, where
Mr. Cole will be engaged in business
with The Calendar Clock Co.
The show windows in the store of
. H. Rigby display the work of a
window dresser of good taste. The ex
hibition of goods is not only attractive,
but they are so tastily arranged as to
give the passer-by an index to what is
in the store.
Dr. W. M. Brockinton and Hon. E.
R. Plowden left last evening for a trip
to Florida where they will be the guests
of Dr. J. T. Stukes. While in the land
of flowers these nimrods propose to hunt
bear, alligators, gophers and all the
rest of Florida's birds.
Miss Tingling, national organizer
and lecturer of the W. C. T. U., will
lecture at Pinewood in the Methodist
churh or the evening of the 15th.- in
stant. Miss Tingling is an English
lady, and is spoken of as an earnest
speaker, young, brilliant, winning and
State Geologist, Professor Earle
Sloan, spent last Monday in Manning.
The attention of this highly reputed
chemist was called to the peculiar color
of the water from the artesian well on
Brooks street, and he requested Major
Levi, who is an old college mate, to
have a jug of the water sent to him for
On account of the inclement weather
and the condition of the roads, only a
few teachers met on the 27 of January
The next meeting will be held on Sat
urday the 17th, of February. All the
teachers in the county can be benefitted
by getting some of the books of the
Teachers' Reading Circle, whether
they can attend the meetings regularly
or not, Jno. C, DanIel.
The public library scheme has been
revived after lying in trance for several
months. The ladies of Manning held
a meeting yesterday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Abe Levi, wvhere they
formulated plans for a bazaar or othe:
form of entertainmant for the benefit
of the library fund. We know thest
public spirited ladies will suc~ceed ir
their noble efforts, and they will havy
the hearty co-operation of th'e men
Every cause with a high purpose, was
never completed until the ladies givt
their aid; It is to them we owe thi
credit for- the elevation of mankind
and it is to them we must look, to makt
a common cause, such as a public libra
ry, a benefactor and an ornament to oul
a~s KdIoan=3an B5adder Right
Over 31,000 Acres Sold--$30,025 Cash
February sales was ccrtainly a red
letter dav in land selling. Lands brought
exceleu . .rices on the lIublic blok.
Th are~!sbelonged to the estate of
\..'ISalInas & SonS. wvho becdnne tlie
orLI-1e. ltrough the estatc of Louis
Loytis. Messrs. C. 0. Witte, Arthur
Lvnah and E. 11. Sparkman. trustees.
hadI the property sold. \Iir. C. M. Ma
on was the auctioneer. The follow
ing' shows the quantity. price. and
90 acres, 1. V. Plowdeu....$ 425 00
200 m .1. W. MleLeod .... 280 00
21 - .1. W. McLeod .... 40 00
40 .1. W. MeLcod .... 410 001
100 Abe Levi ..... ... .500 00
457 Abe Levi ........;.,075 00
S 4 .1. A. Weinberg... 1,260 001
114 .. W. McLeod ... 1.800 001
17 .1. W. McLeod .... 45 001
- .. A. Weinberg... 515 001
.. A. Weinberg... 10 00,
19: ' . A. Weinberg... 2,000 00
2 Thonmas'& Bradham 1,90 00
200 Thomas& Bradham 2.100 U0
121 .oseph Sprott..... 1,250 0
I - A. Weinberg ..... 250 00
15 - (. E. Wilkins..... 50 00
110 J. A. Weinberg... 1,255 00
896 E. A. Fleming .. 750 00
125 -5 E. A. Fleming. 2.025 00
10 D. C. Shaw ....... 1,425 00
SS T. A. Weinber... 1.35 00
100. " 1. V. Plowden..... 505 00
13C S. M%. Youmanrs. 970 00
5l .1. A. Weinbern... 1,050 00
5 4 J. A. Weinber-... 1,125 00
C. E. Wilkins. . 00
146 D. C. Sha- .... . 315 00
1-1 " Coffey & Rigby .... 505 00
21.5 - J. W. McLeod .... 1,350 00
1-2 " Louis Appelt. .. . 520 00
The terms of sale was cash.
The Longfellow Literary Society met
>n Friday, January 26, 1906. The so
ciety was called to order by the vice
president. and the minutes, were read
by the secretary.
The program was greatly reduced
from the original, as several were ab
sent, and all the music had to be left
out on account of not meeting up-stairs.
The following program was rendered:
Lady Clare-Lillian Tisdale.
A selection from Lockley Hall-Liz
Lady of Shalott-Bezsie Harvin.
Sketch of Tennyson's Life-Hattie
Debate-Resolved: That Tennyson
did more for the benefft of mankind than
Washington. A ffirmative. Emmie John
son. Negat-ve, Vallye Appelt.
The criticL and 'censors had no report
A motion w:s made to change the
name of our -society from Longfellow
Literary Society to Tennyson Literary
Society. The motion was carried by an
almost unanimous vote.
M r. Daniel then made some criticisms
which were overlooked by the critics.
Three visitors were present. Dr.
Todd. Miss Todd. and Mr. Woods.
Mr. Woods made some very encour
aging remarks to the society. He said,
among other things. one thing which
we ought especially to remember
that though we may think it hard now
to write debates, rec-ite, etc., it will be
to our advantage when we enter col
lege, and then we will realize that all
the moments spent in society work
were spent well.
The president appointed Emmie
Johnson and Mavola Walker as a com
mittee to select a motto to be submit
ted to the society. Mr. Daniel then
spoke a few words to us, and the society
was adjournd to meet on Friday, Feb
peace to His Ashes.
If the "uncoguid'' or "rigidly right
ous,'' -as Burns loved to call them,
ould have witnessed the demonstra
ions of grief manifested by almost the
ntire population in this town at the
ragic death of Mr. J. RI. Hill, and
ave heard the earnest expressions of
ymathy for the bereaved ones, from
early everyone, they might have
formed a more acurate opinion of the
steem in which he was held by our
eople, and his moral and social stand
ng in the community. .
The exaggerated accounts of his
eath and the unfortunate incidents
eading up to it would hardly have
een seot to the press for publication.
Evidently the items which appeared
he morning after his body was found
ere written by irresponsible parties
r those ignorant of the facts as they
The absurd charge of carrying con
ealed weapons is too silly to need de
ial. Whoever heard of a white man
arrying a razor as a weapon?
Our dead friend was too polished a
entleman to descend to anything so
omtemptible. It could only have been
sed by him for shaving, and was to
e sharpened, or had just been bought.
He had his weakness-who has not?
But his intemperance was neither a
ice nor a crime, but was constitutional.
The desire to write something sensa
ional or intensify the interest is the
Fat is of great account
to a baby ; that is whay
babies are fat. If ygour
baby is scrawny, Scot~
Emulsidn is what'he
wants. The healthy baby
stores as fat what ijtdoes
not need immediate1Yfor
bone arid mus-c1P- Fatr
babiesare happfythey do
not cry ; 7they ar~e rich ;
their fat is -1 a jd up for
time of needd' hey are
happy because fhey are
comfortable. h~e fat sur
rounds their: ittT1 nerves
and cushions~Them. Whed
they .are stawfiy t hos e
nerves are hurt at evei
ungentle touch. They
delight in Scott's Emttl
sion. It is as sweet as
Wholesome to them.
Send for free sample.
Be sure t'ot this pict e in
the form of a label is on the
wra-.er of every bottle of
Emulsion you buy
409#45 Peart Sereee
50c. and $1.00
I ~Aa Dnigrist
only reason that can be im -ned for
the harrowing details sent to the pa
pers, and the pain and mortification it
must have caused the family. He Jeaves
a wife, but they had no ch'ildren.
He was the trusted :nanagcr of the
shipping departniclit of- the bi mill
and superintendent of th i lan)eDCr.
and had the absolute confidence oi
everyone. J.. M. ARCHER.
Alcolu, February ti, 190t;.
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best..
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Plant Wood's tested and true Wheat
Seed. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
If you are looking for a Disk Harrow
that does the work. we have it come
and see. Legg& Hutchinson.
For Sale-Two 70 saw Pratt gins: one
No. 3 Boss press, shafting and pulleys.
Apply to C. F. Rawlinson, Jordan, S. C.
Any doctors prescriptions tilled at
any time at R-hame's Drug Store. It is
unnecessary to mention the character
of the service.
T I ty five cents buys 1 Colgate's
\i lk. 1 Cake Colgates Violet
So 1 Cake Vaseline Soap for the
compIexion at Rhare's Drug Store.
unmerton, S. C.
We sell and will make close prices in
car load or less than car lots, delivered
at Manning or elsewhere, Hay, Corn.
Oats and Ground Feed. Also Brick,
Lime and Cement. Legg & Hutchinson.
Bran new, and a pretty stock of open
and top Buggies, one and two horse
Wagons, single and doubte Harness,
riding Saddles, Whips and Lap Robes.
Prices low and terms easy. Legg &
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
District of South Carolina.
IN THE DISTRICT- COURT-IN BANKUPTCY.
S. L. KRASNOFF, BANKRUPT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
bv order of Honorable Wm. IT. Braw
lev. United States Judge for the Dis
trict of South Carolina. a hearing in
the matter of composition proposed by
aid bankrupt, to wit: 424 per cent.
ash will be had before the United
States Court for the- District of South
Carolina at the United .States Court
Rooms, Postoftice Building. in the City
>)f Charleston, District aforesaid, on
riday. the sixteenth of February, 1906,
)t 12 o'clock noon, and all creditors are
1ereby notified of such proposed hear
ng and will take notice accordingly:
Witness my hand and the seal of the
ourt at Charleston. South. Carolina.
,his second day of February, 1906.
Seal of the Court.
RICHARD W. HUTSQN.
Clerk U. S. D. C., District S. C.
LIGIHT, MEDIUM AND IHEAVY
FOR EVERY KIND OF WORK
ENGINES AND BOILER~S
AND SIZES AND FOR EVERY
CLASS OF SERVICE.
- ASK FOR OUR.- E$TIMATE BEFORE
PLACIN~G YOUR ORDER.
GIBBES MACHINERY COMPA NY
.C OLU)MEIA,. S. C.
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.
W~ crry a full and complete line in every de
partment of the
and every attentin is showmn to the w ants of
For many Year~s
We have endeavored to give the very be-ut at
tention to our customers' wants, and ree: that
we have succeeded.
Our stock of
s onae every partiettlar and -very and
a~e~nne ofdLEfRtGS an. MEDI
tNuafl en usand'ge can give t-ou"*npral~
MIOERS rfeie-Oh cr cre and im.
mdihte' tion on da.oT~rceit
- he,$-ryour kind pttron'.:: whe for
g~ui-s have e-arne~1 titrivein to meri.
ISAAC M. LORYEA Pro etX
- V MANN
stls tE cogh u01l
-Dr. W. M. Brockinton's
We take great pleasure in announcing to our patrons and
the general public that we will have with us for the follow
ing days only.
February 13 and 14,
AN EXPERT OPTICIAN, representing the celebrated firm
of A. K. HAWKES.CO., Atlanta.. Ga., the 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 modern methods in. refractive science, including Ret
inoscopy, Ophthalin6logy. etc., and has had long experience
in his specialty.
That w6 have arranged this engagemIent. and sedured the ser
vices of a man of ability and reputation,. and that we, per
sonally, guarantee his work.
All examinations are free, and orly realar prices will
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.
SW. E. Jenkinsoil o. 1
5 Offer the following Splendid Values for the
next Two Weeks or until all Advertised I
Goods are Closed Out:
SOne case of Twenty-five hiudredi yards of new Spring 3
.Percales. one yard wide, only 10c; value 12tc.
STwo cases of 4,000 yards of soft finish, no starch, yard
wide Bleach Homespun at 9c the yard.
SOne case Androscoggin Big L, yard-wide Bleach at 9tc
__yard: value now 12tc.
SThe grandest display of Embroidery of all kinds in Match
Sets ever seen in this town.
SGreat values in Torchon Lace.
SOne case of Merrimack Shirting Print Calicoes in new
Spring Figures and Colorings at'5ic:' value 7c, but
we let them go at 3ic yard.
SOne case of 40-inch wide Wihite La.wns. value. nlow 15c
__yard, but we let them go at 121c -yard.
SOne case, 3.500 yards of White Shirt Waist >Iadras one
yard witie, in~ beautiful patterns for Shirt Waist and
White Shirt Waist Suits, value now 20c yard, but we
S put them on sale at 124c.
A glance at our Black Dress Goods and Black Silks
Sand Taffetas .will convince -you that we have the best line -~
Sof Black Goods to be seen in this town. Black Skirtings
Sat 50c yaird, 42 iniches wide.~:
n_ on't fail to see the splendid inducements we save to
Soffer in Frnnitu re, Carpets, Mattings and Window Shades.
Our liie of Plow Shoes 4::d. Ovai-alls have no equal a
Sin this town. If xou, need Phlo. Shobs here'if the ylace' 3
Sto get them. If you~ need Overalls see the splendid val
Sues we can offer you-.
The winter has just set in. If yune oenc
SWinter Underelothing or a nice Suit Oeca twl a
you to see what- we have to offer you.
- . . Your-s truly.
1W.E. Jenkinson Co. ~
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Fine Dress Goods,
Ladies' Skirts, Etc.
We know it would be good business policy to carry over our
entire winter stock owing to the advance in price in all linea,
still that's not our way of doing business and we have decided to
offer you the chance to buy what you may need from our stock of
Fine Wool Dress Goods, Ladies'
Tailored Skirts, Heavy
AT ACTUAL COST. NigfaK4 sale about this. We mean ACT
UAL COST, and if you are fhriftily inclined it will gertainly pay
you to invest in some of these: -
Say, 10 yards of some real pretty All-Wool Dress
Goods, formerly sold for 50c the yard, at......4. 1. e yd.
That's the way we will name you prices on all Fine Wool
Dress Goods and we have some beautiful pieces left to select
from, so come in and let us talk Cut Rates to you.
What About a Ready-to-Wear Skirt ?
When it comes to Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Skirts we know we
can name you prices that are unmatebable, and give you skirts
that are better in style, quality and make-up than you can buy
anywhere in the State.
A good Skirt, well made, all sizes, formerly sold for
S1.50. We name the extremely low price of............ *
Skirts that were sold for $2.25 are now to had for..... $1.25.
$3.50 Skirts for....... ....................$2*75.
Our strongest line is our $5 Skirts and we have some real hand
some Skirts in this line in Blues, Greys, Blacks, Greens, ete,
well made in the best styles, they are to be sok
for ..................................... ...$ .4 0
Come and see them, you'll buy one. N
We have some extra good values to offer in both Ladies' and
Gent's Fleece-Lined Underwear.
We bave about 20 dozen Men's Extra Heavy Sanitary Fleece
Lined Shirts and Drawers to match, formerly sold
at $1.50 the Suit that we are closing out at........... 1
15 dozen Heavy Fleeee-Lined Shirts and Drawers, for
mer price $1 the Suit, now going for...... ........ e0c.
Ladies' Cotton and Wool Undervests are all being sold at
THE YOUNG RELIABLE,
J. H. RIUBY.
You are again brought to face the problem of stocking your
farms for another season with tools, implements,-ete. We want
-you to call on us when doing this. We are in the best position
to serve you that we have ever been. Our stock is the best
that experience, perseyerance and money can make it, and wve
are enabled to offer you a few things at very low prices, not-.
-withstandin& the' gcneral advance in goods. These goods are
- . .possibly a l'ittle cheaper than you can buy them in ot'her mar
kets, to wit:
Dixie Bay Plows, Farquhar Plow Stocks, Georgia
Eatchet Plow Stocks, Steel Shapes, Etc.
Besides these we have an excellent stock of SYRACUSE
PLOWS and TWO-HORSE MIDDLE-BREAKERS.
We are selling for the third season the
K. P. Guano Distributors.
This distributor has easily proven itself to be the best thing of
the kind for general use. We also have the COLE 'GUANO
DISTRIBUTORS, which do such nice work distributimg around
the growing crop. Do not fail to see our Corn and Cotton
American Steel Wire Fencing.
We are prepared to furnish this in any quantity. Let us knew
what are your needs, our prices will induce yotr to buy.
0. K. Stoves and Ranges.
Commence by doing the right thing. make the cooking a pleas
ure instead of work. You can do this by putting one of our 0.
K. COOK STOVES IN YOUR KITCHEN. They never fail.
. .-Very truly yours,
Manning Hardware Coa
SUMMERTON, S. C.
Friends, Coiintrymeni, Fellow.Citizens !
Hear us for our cause and be ready that ye may profit.
-We come not to busy the balance of the country,
But to tell you of a live, live town.
If you have dollars, and you have, prepare to invest them now, for
ver in East End at Summerton, the aforesaid live town, we have a niee
area marked off in'dne-half acre lots, we are selling at $200 and $10'). These
are on Main street, Ieading to Manning.
Over in West End we have what we call the Rogers lots. When these
are gone your chance to'Jocate ove'r 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 21 acres. This is a fine lot suited for anything. $1,000
uys the whole of it. This would be an ideal site for the Summuerton Fair
Right opposite the new arhd handsome passenger and freigh t depot, a
hristmas present to Summierton from the Northwestern railroad, lie some
fine lots for business houses. ~e 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 Emmerton.
Call at our office and let us show you over these properties. If you are
ot interested inl town property, let n's hear from you about farmiig lands.
We would likefo' all who have any land for sale anywhere, or of any
nd, 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 w~hes for the New Year.
SMMRTON REAL ESTATE AGENCY,