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MANNING. S. C., FEB. 21, 1906.
Publishes All County and Town Of
Advertiscrs 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.
These Fine Days we are Having Should Re
mind you of the Approach of Spring.
Why not buy your spring goods now
and have them made up and ready for
Easter. Everything that is new and up
to-date is now on display at our store.
The greatest values in E-mbroidery
ever shown in 'Manning now on 'ale at
A great assortment of Embroidery
at 5c. the vard. A large assortment of
at loc. the yard. Match Sets of E m
broidery from 15c to 50c the yard.
The greatest line of Embroidery
Flouncing ever shown here at 25c, 35c,
50c. See the splendid line of Embroid
ery for corset covers we are now show
We are the only people in town
showing a line of Heully Serges, a new
suiting for Easter Suits. Percales, 36
inches wide, only 10c. tho yard.
White Madras, 36 inches wide, only
10c. the yard.
Ginghams, Seersuckers and every
thing in new spring goods can be had
at our store.
Ladies, don't fail to see us when you
come to town, we are always on the
lookout for more trade.
W. E. JENKINSON CO.
Woodmen meet next Monday night.
Mr. T. H. Harvin spent yesterday in
Miss Bertha Briggs is visiting in
Dr. J. E. Arant, of Cheraw. is in
Mr. Louis Loyns of Timmonsville was
in town yesterday.
Mfaro will be here Friday night. He
is said to be a wonder.
Miss Hattie Auld of Eastover is vis
ting Mrs. C. S. Rigby.
Miss May Harvin of Panola is visit
iting Miss Sarah Harvin.
Col. W. A. Neal of Spartanburg
spent yesterday in Manning.
Miss Minnie Salley of Orangeburg is
visiting Miss Mayme Harvin.
Mr. C. L. Emanuel of Hagood spent
Sunday in Manning with his mother.
Supervisor Owens continues to be
confined at his home -.ith pneumonia.
Died in Manning last Monday night,
Mr. Thomas Flowers, aged about oo
Sheriff W. H. Epperson of Sumter
was in Manning yesterday as witness in
Mrs. D. D. Salley of Orangeburg is
visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. C.
Mr. J. L. McLeod left Monday night
for the northern markets to buy his
Hon. A. B. Stuckey, of the Sumter
Bar, is in Manning today on profes
County Treasurer Bowman has had
$200 added to his salary, which was a
Mr. Sam Barron has returned to
Manning from St. Charles. where he
has been in business
All of the stores will close at 7 o'clock
from March 1st. The list of merchants
will appear next issue.
Married on the 11th, at Alcola by
'Rev. E. L. K. Tune Mr. W. T. Weaver
and Miss Tissue Driggers.
The young ladies are rehearsing to
give a muinistrel performance for the
benefit of the library fund.
~Miss Tinling addressed two large
audiences in the Methodist church last
Sunday afternoon and night.
The fire company was orgaiized last
Monday with Policeman Clark as chief
and Mr. Geo. C. Odiorne captain.
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
Lesesne will be pleased to learn that
taeir little Theodore is convalescent.
Married at the residence of Mr.
Jacob Powell on the 19th, by Rev. _E.
L. K. Tune Mr. B. G. Collins and Miss
Carrie A. Powell.
Died last Wednesday at Greelyville,
Mrs. Janie Sports, wife of Mr. W. T.
Sports. The deceased left six children.
The funeral took place at' Mt. Hope.
Manning should have an opera house.
We think council should devise means
to secure a site, and proceed to suppply
a need by erecting a building which
can be used for town purposes, and a
The second quarterly conference of
Jordan Circuit will be held March 3-4
at Oak Grove church. Preaching Sat
urday morning by the presiding Elder.
Also Sunday afternoon at 4:00 o'clock.
All officers are requested to be present.
Mr. S. I. Till, manager of the Mutual
Dry Goods Co., left yesterday morning
for New York. Mr-. Till informs us
that he goes to market this season bet
ter equipped than ever before, and it is
his purpose to make the spring trade a
The early bird catches the worm ap
pears to be the motto of Mr. .C. L.
James, who is the first man in the
State to announce himself a candidate
for a county office. Mr. James wants to
be County Supervisor. He has paid us
5. for his card, and we hope there are
many others who will do likewise.
The dinner committee have two tin
pans, one plate and a platter with
brown flowers on it unclaimed. The
owner can recoverthe same by inquiring
at Levi's store. We have lost one
small platter gilt edge. If this has
been sent to anyone by mistake, please
inform me at once. Mrs. Jos. Sprott,
The town council has, after a satis
factory test, bought a water and chem
cal ergine. The next thing in order is
tb3 olacing of fire wells, and the organ
i'stion of a company to operate the en
gine. We are told the engine cost
$700. which includes 300 feet of hose. It
is a good investment if properly man
aged. The engine does everything it
is represented to do. and now it is up
to the people to say whether or not the
investment must be thrown away.
Miss Tinling of England, represent
ing the general work of the W. C. T.
U.spent Sunday in Manning.She spoke
in the afternoon and at night in the
Methodist church to a large and ap
preciative i.udience. Her discourses
were along high -and practical lines,
showing her familiarity not only with
State, but national conditions that con
-front us. Her argument for temperance
were decidedly strong and logical. Miss
Tinling is an attractive and entertain
ing speaker, and is thought by many
to be the strongest representative oi
the W. C. T. U. that has ever appeared
The Billboard. a weekly .lournal de
voted to theatrical, circus, mninstr-el,
vaudeville burlesque and kindred in
terests, and published at Cincinnati,
O.,is the leading amusement paper pub
lished. It covers fully all the branches
of amusement enternrises. The Bill
board is represented at Manning by
Thos. M. Younz.
*r. Charles lich. a h ighilV esteelied
getltleliatL living about. se vel 1c.
from Mannin g. Iear' Samlil.y Swanip
made an atteilpt. last %1oaday to colln
mit suicide bv shooting himself in the
head with a pistol. Mr. Itich is about
,8 years of age and had been in bad
health for sometime, and hi< rash act
can only be attributed to mielancholia.
brought on by hi., weak condition. He
Last Saturday 11101niu. about -
o'clock. the residence owned and occu
pied by s . B. ivy- was destroved
6V !ire. caured it issaid. from a dcf
tive ilue. The untiierly houl prev( w
ed peopl~e getting there in time to sto)
the tire, and all that those who did get.
there could do was to save furniture.
Thev succeeded in saviog most ot it..
alth'ough damaged. The building was
insured for $1500. contents 500.
We regret the effort to provide for
fixing the tax levy after the legislature
adjourned failed. We understand that
Clareudon's delegation was divided.
the Senator and Representative Des
Champs against leaving the levy to be
fixed after the assessment has been
made, and Representatives Bradham
and Green for it. The consequence is.
those who have increased their prop
ertv hav e been gold-bricked unless the
equalization boards save them.
We regret to learn that some of our
friends feel hurt because of an article
in this paper. They should not feel so.
and if they will read the article care
f.ully all the way, consider the circum
stances they will realize our peculiar
position, and the actual necessity forI
mentioning names. Because THE
TIEs is the only paper to take notice
of the unfortunate occurence has noth
ing to do with the case. THE TDIES
professes to be a judiciously edited
Died at his home in Foreston. this
morning at 5 o'clock. Captain R. R.
Hudgins, aged about 90 years. The de-:
ceased was born in Columbus, Ga., 1816,
went into the war between the States
as a lieutenant in a company from An
derson, has been a very active man all
of his life; in his latter years he was
known all over the country for his re
mark-able energy. He was the pioneer
of intensive farming in Clarendon, an(d
he enjoyed the esteem of his neighbors
and acquaintences. The funeral takes
place at noon to-morrow at Foreston.
The committee of ladies that pro
moted the dinner scheme for the libra
ry have every reason to feel proud of
their first effort. Everybody who
dined-feasted, is the better word,
were delighted with the excellert ser
vice and -appetite destroying menu.
The writer spent about one-half hour
discussing the menu. and all- at once
realized his appetite had vanished.
The financial result was all that could
be expected, and the ladies, all of them
want it known they appreciate the pat
ronage givei them. Thd proceeds
amounted to about $13. .
The famous Rev. Sam F. Jones de
livered one of his lectures. "A medley
of philosphy. facts and fun." in the
Institute hall last Friday night. The
hall was well filled and the audience
got their money's worth of laughter.
Mr. Jones said some good things, and
told some good jokes, although a num
ber' of them are veterans and are wear
ing whiskers, but his manner of putting
them made the people laugh, and that
is what they went there faor. To sum
up his discourse, it struck us as being
a combination of cheap wit, old jokes,
tough expressions, vulgar inferences
and some fine sentiment. If a local
man was to attempt to use the same ex
pressions upon a public platform he
would be hooted.
There is work in this -town for our
town authorities, and they should not
let up until they have succeeded in
running to ground the vagabonds that
are attempting depredations. On last
Saturday night, some one attempted to
enter the home of Mr. T. M. Young.
but was frustrated by Mr. Young being
at home. Last~ Sunday night an at
tempt was made to burglarize the
house of Mr. T. M. Mouzon. Fortuna
tely N r. Mouzon happened to be at
home and there was also a young man
caller. Their attention wvas attracted
by a noise under the house. Investi
gation was immediately made, and the
scoundrel was seen running off. Sev
eral shots were fired at him, and while
this was going on he cooly turned his
head towards those shooting at him,
drew a pistol, tired into the air, and
continued to make good his escape.
The fellow is described as a large mul
latto, but he could not be recognized.
The town authorities should at once
put a special on and see if these crim
inals cannot be brought to justice.
.SE E D
're experienced farmer
has learned that. some
grains require far differ
ent soil than others;
some crops need :diffen
enthandling than oth.,
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 amis
take made in the spring.
Decide before the seed
Sie best time to reme
dy wasting conditions in
the human ,body is be
fore tlfe evil is too deep
rooted. At'-the first evi
denceof- losef flesh
should be taken imme
diately. There is noth
ing that will r ep air.
wasted tissue mor'e.
quickly or replace lost
flesh more abundantly
than Scott's Emulsion.
It nourishes and builds
up the body when ordi
nary f oo ds absolutely
We 'rm2sedyvoita sample free.
-- -Be sure that this
.picture in the form
- of alabel is on the
wrapper of every
* bottle -of Emulsi-on
409 Pearl Street
- e'~- NEW YORK .
Cotton Growers' Convention.
It is very important that a full at
tendance be had at the cotton growers
convention next Saturday. The execu
tive committe is composed of the fol
Fulton--P. 1. Broughton.
St. Paul-.T. W. Broadway.
Calvary-- U. P. Broad way.
Friecnds.hip -C. I1I. Felder.
Santee J1. ('. Graham11.
StMAarks flardy B'rooks.
(oncord -.J. I). llitledge.
St. .Iames Je M. Davis.
Sammv Swamp-l K. Beatson.
Mt. Zion-W. 'M. Plowden.
Birewiuton-S. M. Haynesworth.
P lowden'.s ill -J. M. Montgomery.
Ilarmony--R. D. Thompson.
Midway-.l. .1. Epps.
New Zion-Ps. E. MeFaddin.
Doug-las-11. Uf. Green.
Sandyv Grove -I,. E. Smith.
Sion. A. 13. Stuekev. of Sumter. has
leen iI)Vit(d to aihhteSs tihe couventlion.
It behooves every business man in
Manning, as well as every farmer in
the county to attend this convention to
promote the cotton % arehouse project.
The warehouse system is the bulwark
of protection for the cotton farmer. and
every one is. or should be interested in
the scheme. Attend the convention.
and then. and their, subscribe a sufli
cient sum of money to finance one or
more standard warehouses.
Gas In the Stomach.
Belching and that sense of fullness
so often experienced after eating is
caused by the formation of gas. The
stomach fails to perform its functions
and the food ferments. Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets will correct
the disorder. They aid digestion and
strengthen and invigorate the stomach
and bowels For sale by The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store.
The Cotton Gro'wers Association will
meet in convention Feb. 24 to take ac
tion on the ways and means to secure
warehouses for the storing of cotton.
It is especially necessary for every
section and every township in the
county to be represented. Hon. A. B.
Stuckey of Sumter will be present to
present plans. and will address the
convention on important matters for
E. D. HODGE,
This ailment is usually caused by
rheumatism of the muscles aud may be
cured by applying Chamberlain's Pain
Balm two or three times a day and rub
bing the parts vigorouslay at each ap
lication. If this does not afford rolief
bind on a piece of flannel slightly
dampened with P.in Balm, and quick
relief is almost sure to follow. For sale
by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Pain Through Ignorance.
-All our misery, all our pain, is trace
able to ignorance and misuse of our
forces. tnment Is the sover
eign cure alike for physical and moral
Ills.-Horatio W. Dresser.
You will not find beauty in rouge pot
or complexion whitewash. True beauty
comes to them only that take Hollis
ter's Rocky Mountain Tea. It is a
wonderful tonic and beautifier. 35 cents
Tea or Tablets. Dr. W. E. Brown &
A Cold, Hard Snub
"Excuse nme, madam," he said, "but
-ah-you remember. in the restaurant
after the theater the other night you
were kind enough to notice me. I
hope I am not mistaken in supposing
that your interest was-ah-not alto
"Oh, not at all. I remember now.
I thought for a moment that you were
the coachman my husband discharged
a few weeks ago for trying to make
love to the cook, and I wondered how
you could afford to eat in such an ex
pensive place."-Chicago Record-Her
Good looks bring 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.
Patience-It's a very bad sign to tum
ble upstairs. Patrice-Even so, I'd
rather do that than tumble downste.frs.
Wood's 'Wheat Seed is the best.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Bazaar at Pinewood, Friday ef~ening,
March 2nd, 1906, in K. of P. Hall.'
Watch the date of Bankruptcy Sale
at Krasnoff's, at Sumumerton, abgut the
10th of March, next.
Wood's Seed Irish Potatoi- just ar
rived. Red Bliss, Junior' Pride. and
Early Rose, at The )annig Grocery
Company. . g-y.
'Watch the date of Blant~upcy:ale
at Krasnoff's, at Summe~ e, aboutC the
10th of March. next.
Astray-One dark Bay~ Marie Mule
taken uuo two weeks ago -b-y Thomas
Brunsori. Apply w~ith expenses to
A. J. Richbourg, Summerton, S. C.
IWatch the date of. Bankcruptcy Sal~e
at KrasnotT's at Sumume:ton, about the
10th of. March, next..
We are the largest seed~ dealers in
the county and are the dae g~ents for
Wod's Garden Seeds. Tis Manning
Grocery Company. - ;
Watch the date of -slikruptcy Sale
at KrasnotI's, at Sumn~irton, about the
10hof March, next:-4
Every body sh~ , tend the Bazaar
ti Pinewood, F~r Aening, March
2nd, 1906, give-; ~~ladies of the
Methodist chur~ a Itime of pleasure,
mirth and gaiet - --
Watch tha:dae of Bankruptcy Sale
at Krasnoingymmerton, about the
10th of Mardh.o
Plant Wood' 3ewid dad true Wheat
ISeed, . The R. $ tyes Drug Store.
. ea?red:-Y our letter to. hand. j
can't meec you only at "T'1he. Bazaa Y
it Pinewood, FM'day eveningh Ma ,
2nd. I have to brmga my fam~1 -so
you bring yours, and w~e will spent an
evening of gaiety.
ONE THAT'S COMING$
Watch the date of Bankruptcy Sale
at Krasnoff's, at Summerton, about the
10th of March. next.
Bazaar at Pinewood.
The ladies of the Methodist chujch
will give a bazaar in the Knight of
Pythias hall on Friday eventang;
March 2nd, 1906. Everybody is cordial
- invited to comne and br ng a big
purse and all yonr family and friends.
There will be amusements. going ou
during the evening. Tell everybody,
Isend word to your friends to meet you
at the bazaar. Begins at 8 o'clock. Ite
member date and day, Friday evening,
Mach 2. 1906: remember to bring
W E THE FRIENDS OF C: L. JAME
hereby present his name to the voters o1
Clarendon County as a candidate for the offle(
of County Superoisor. Subjcet to the ruies 0
Notice of Discharge.
I wil i apply to ite..1 ut1( e of i'robate
for Claendon County. ()I) the 141h dav
of Mareb. 1906. Ror letters of dis
charge as administratrix of the Estate
of R. J. Aycock, dececased.
A. F. AYCOCK.
Davis Station. S. C.. Feb. 16, 1906.
MA, R O
THE WONDERFUL MAGICIAN,
Accompanied by his
Great Saxophone Quartet.
INSTITUTE HALL, FEB. 23.
Admission ................... . 75C
Children .... ................... 4 0C
Reserved seats and admission. $i.oo
Seats on Sale at The Manning Grocery Co.
'. [G, MEDCM AND HEAVY
F R EVERY KiND OF WORK
ENGINES AND B0QI.ERS
LI-.ZES AND FOR. EVERY
*C. .AS OF SEZRVICE.
~As FO R i:U' ESTfdATE BEFORE
- AC;; u OPR RER.
p'mCleanses and beautifies the hair.
"e~r"'1Coou r .
50csand3L00 at Druggists._
. .THE. .
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
e carry aful an coplt line in evcry de
partmet of the
and every attertaen is shown to t
For Kany Yeai
We have endeavored to give the very-bspt's
tentio.o on customers' wants. and feel'that
W Ou-.stock of .. -
-aiid CI M1YICALS
is complete in every part r~o] and evecry nd
hn in need ofiS 'R GRS and MEDI
CINES call on us and we can give you general
aI OR nDERS receive our careful and 1~
eope for your kin paronag.e which -io:
eirs w'e hav e earnestlyv striyecn to merit
ISAAC M, LORYEA, Prop
- - .Golden~f 3
S. I. TILL, Manager.
K ~For Spring._
A large line.of Spring Dress Goods in
Sboth Wool and Cotton Fabrics.
Our line of Black Dress Goods and Silks
Sis one of the strongest to be found in this
One case of Fine Figured Organdies inm
Sbeautiful patterns and colors. Value 20c;
Sbut we let them go for early Easter dresses
Sat 12 1-2c. yard..
-Don't fail to see our great line of White -
Madras, 36 inches wide, only 12 1-2c. yard.
Still a large line of 40-inch White Lawns
on hand at l0c., value 12 1-2c.
Ladies. don't miss seeing our great line
of Easter Suitings: look like 50c. dress
goods, but we let them go for Easter Suits -
at 20c. yard.
500 pair Men's Plow Shoes at $1.25 per -
Spair, worth $1.50. All kinds of Men's, La- ~
cldies' and Children's Shoes at old prices for .
One case of Men's Blue Denim Overalls
Sat 50c., 75c. and $1 per pair.
Two cases Soft Finish, no starch Black
zLong Cloth, 36 inches wide, onliy 9c. yard,
or 8 1-3c. by the bolt. These goods are very
Scheap now at the present prices of cotton.
The Spring of the year is right at hand,
Swhen house cleaning must be done.
A nice line of Window Shades at all*
Carpets and Matting Window Draper-.
Sies, House Furniture of -al kinds at the low
Sest possible prices. Dot'ail to see us.
SWhen you need a nice Suit of Clothes don't
Sfail t&.seeius, we have .just what you need.
Nice,.nmew Spring Suits at just the prices
~?AuW~ne of new Negligee Shirts,-a4 in
-nejO:Spring patterns. .
Nice line of Collars and Cuffs. D&'t fail
to sedeia for whatever you needC
WK E; Jenkinsonf Co.N
P. S.---We carry a full line of Unio IdIe Suits and extra Pants
bearing the label of the UnitedormenI orkers -of: America,
Fine Dress Goods
Ladies' Skirts, Etc.
We knaow it would be good business policy to carry over our
entire winter stock owing to the advance in price in all lines,
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. No fake sale about this. We mean-ACTs
UAL COST. and if you are thriftily inclined it will certainly pay
you to invest in some of these:
Say, 10 yards of some real pretty All-Wool Dress 4
Goods, formerly sold for 50e the yard, at......... e yd.
That's the way we wil! 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 Aboit a Ready-to-Wear Skirt?
When it comes to Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Skirts we know we
can name you prices that are unmateliable, and give you skirts
that are better in style, quality and make-up than you dan buy
anywhere in the State.
A good Skirt, well made, all sizes, formerly sold for
A1.50. We name the extremely low price of... -...... .
Skirts that were sold for 82.25 are now to had for..z..$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, etc.,
well made in the best styles, they are to be sold
for ..... ..... ........ ... ............... LF.U.7.
Come and see them, you'll bay one.
We have some extra good values to offer in voth Ladies' and
Gent's Fleece-Lined Underwear.
We have about.20 dozen Men's Extra Heavy Sanicary Fleece
Lined Shirts and Drawers to match, formerly sold .
at S1.50 the Suit that we are closing out at....
15 dozen Heavy Fleee-Lined Shirts and Drawers, for
mer price i the Suit, now going for.......... ........ .*.;
Ladies' Cotton and Wool Undervests are all being sold at
THE YOUNG RELIABLE,
J. H. RIGBY.
You are ~again brought to fa'ee the problem of -stocking your
farms for another season with tools, implements, etc. We wvant
- you to call on us when doing this. We are in the best position
to'serve you that we have ever been. Onr stock is the best
that experience, perseverance and money can make it, and we
are enabled to offer you a few things at very low prices, not
withstanding the general advance in goods. These goods are
possibly a little cheaper than you can buy them in other mar
kets, to wit:
izie Boy Plows, Farquhar Plow Stocks, Georgia
Ratchet Plow Stocks, Steel Shapes, Etc.
Besides these we have an excellent stock of SYRACUSE
PLOWS and TWO-TIORSE 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 distributing around
the growing crop. Do not fail to see our Corn and Coto
Aerican Steel Wire Fencing.
We are prepared to furnish this in any quantity. Let us know
-what are your needs, our prices will induce you to buy.
0K. Stoves and Ranges.
Commence by doing the right thing, make the cooking a pleas
ure instead of work. You can do this byputting one ,of our 0.
K. COOK STOVES IN YOUR KITCHEN. They never fail.
Very truly yours,
- * SUMMERTON, S. C.
Friends, Countrymen, Fellow-Citizeus !
Heer uis f'or 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 nme
rea marked off in one-half acre lots, we arc selling at $200 and $100. These
re on Main street. leading to Manning.
Over in West End *e have what we call the Rogers lots. When these
re 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
all park, a lot of 2* acres. This is a fine lot suited for anything. $1,000
uys the whole of it. Thisyrould be an ideal site for the Summerton Fair
ssoight opposite the new atn&Jbandsome passenger and freight depot, a
hristmas present to Summerton'igom the Northwestern railroad, lie sone
fne lots for business houses. We Ean't sell these lots to you and the other
an also, so we have, them for YOU. We are not lawyers, and therefore
he following advice isfree:
Locate in Summerton.
Call at our offii. e and let us show you over these properties. If you are -
ot interested in toern 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 n-s. No charge unless a sale is made.
Let us hear ftfom you, we believe we can help you
-yours-with best wishes for the New Year,
SUMERTON REAL ESTATE AGENCYE