Newspaper Page Text
In one ofour show Windows you will
see a beautiful Hand-painted
I China Dinner Set E
Fotirty-two Pieces, which will be given free
to any one of my customers who holds the
lucky number. We will give a coupon for
every twenty cents purchase made at our
store. which entitles the holders to a chance
at this Set. Don't forget to see it, and have
us explain. and if you are looking for
SHOES, HATS, CAPS; SHIRTS, HEAVY -UN- =
DERWEAR OR 6ENTS' FURNISHIN6S.
of any kind, come to see us before you buy.
Money saved is money made. We especially
invite your attention to our Line of
C. M.Davis&Co I
E Have dn hand a nice lot of Horses and Mules,
~which mustbe sold between thi~s and the. 1st of
April. and we are receiving for our spring trade
one Carload of the celebrated
This is the best Buggy that has ever been sold on this market.
-Come while they are fresh and select one for beauty and comfort,
as well as durability. We are also receiving
and will be able to satisfy all purchasers who will place their traffe with us.
Also, a fine assortment of One and Two-horse Wagons, made by the Hackney
and Piedmont people, the best manufacturers in tbe South. Also full line of
Harness, Double and Single, Slip Gear for wagons; Collars, Bridles, Whips,
etc. We thank the people for their liberal trade to us in the past, and will en
deavor to act so in the future as to maintaiu their confidence and support.
W. P. Hawkins & CQ.
Nothing is more discouraging than to have an~ unhealthy sore Or
ulcer resist one treatment after another; sometimes scabbing over and
apparently getting well, then returning with renewed energy and becoming
worse than before. Sores and ulcers are not due to outside causes; if they
were, salves, plasters, lotions, ete:, would cure them. They are kept up by a
diseased and polluted condition of the blood brought on by the absorption of
r'efuse and wa'ste matters of the body into this vital fluid. These acccumula
tions find their way into the blood, usually because of an inactive and sluggish
condition of the ~system. Nature intends that they shall be carried off
through the usual channels of waste, but the different members failing to
perform their duties properly leave the matter te sour and ferment. The
blood then, in its effort to keep the system healthy, absorbs these poisons and
at the first bruise, cut or wound .the sore is formed, and. the codstant
drainage of foul matter through it keeps the place.,open~. irritated
so it cannot heal. Another cause for old sores and users iithe pol
luting or weakening of the blood from the re
SSmains of some constitutional trouble or the
effects of a long spell of sickness. S. S. S.
begins at the fountain-head and drives out all
* 0 poisonous matter and germs, and makes a last
PUREL;Y VEGETABLE. ing cure. As soon as the system gets under
'the influence of S. S. S. the infammation
gradually leaves, the flesh takes on a healthy golor, and soon the place Is
permanently healed. Book on sores and ulcers and any medical advice with
out charge. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO-, ATLEANTA, GA.
~QAS)( QUGHFAtP /E
A passenger service unexcelled for luxury
and comfort,equipped with the latest Pullman
Dining, Sleeping and Thoroughfare Cars.
For rates, schedule, maps or any informa
tion, write to
WM. J. CRAIG,
General Passenger Agent,
urimingtn, N. C
Liver Complaints; uses
. only Ramon's Liver Pills
and Tonic Pellets, and
gives your money back if
hot satisfied. Your liver
is the biggest trouble
maker. If you would be
well,try Ramon's Treat
ment. Only 25 cents.
BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS.
I have a tine strain of Barred Plymouth Roekm
and if you desire to improve your poultry you
will do well to purchase a setting of eggs from
my pure-bred fowls.
Price per setting $1.
W. P. HAWKINS.
Mouzon & Rigby,
Fancy Groceries, Fruits, Etc.
VEGETABLES IN SEASON.
Always on hand a fresh, clean line
of Staple and Fancy Groceries, Can
Ad Goods, etc. We supply others'
tbles, why not yours?
Give us your orders?or anything
i the Grocery liue. We fill and de
ver all orders promptly.
We ha ve recently added to our line
Have you been to see the wonder
fu bargains on this countre for 10c.?
1i vou haven't, come in now and let
s "show you some of the greatest
brgains for 10 cents ever brought to
Yours for business,
ouzon & Rigby.
Notice of Election.
Pursuant to an order from the County
oard of Education, dated May 11, 1906
we, the undersigned, do hereby -give
>otice that anelection will be held at W.
. Gambie's store on Saturday May 26,
06. for the purpose of giving the
ualified electors and tax payers of
ew Zion school district, No. 15, the
rivilege of voting on the question of a
pecal tax levy of three mills to sup
ement other taxes for school purpcoss
nsaid school district.
Polls to open at 8 o'clock a. mn. and
lse at 4 o'clock p. m.
WV. D. GAMBLE,
J. P. GIBBONS.
AND CURE THE LUNCS
FOR I-OUGHS and ' 50c &$1.00
OL.DS Free Trial.
Surest and Quickest Cure for all.
THROAT and LUNG TROUB
LS, or MONEY BACK.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store,
Colic, Cholera & Diarrhea Remedy
Almost every family has need
of a reliable remedy for colic or
diarrhea at some time during the
This remedy is recommended
by dealers who have sold it for
many years and know its value.
It has received thousands of
testimonials from grateful people.
It has been prescribed by phy
sicians with the most satisfactory
It has often saved life before
medicine could have been sent for
or a physician summoned.
It only costs a quader. Can
you afford to risk so much for so
little? BUY IT NOW.
R. J. A. COLE,
Nettles Building, upstairs,
MANNING, S. C.
Phbn No ~7.
R. J. FRANK GEIGER.
MANNING, S. C.
Phone No. 6.
I Br;n yoe Job Work to The Times offinea
TEMPE RANCE OLUMN.
Conducted by PaxrmI7e. C11'. .
:.ational Motto-"For God, Home and Na
State Motto-" Be Strong and of Good Cour
Our Watchword-Agitate, Educate, Organize.
"God helping me. I promise not to buy.
drink. sell or give
Intoxicating liquors while I live:
From bad companions I'll refrain
And never takce God's name in vain."
Earthnqake and Fire in California.
The following letter from Mrs.
Dorcas J. - Spencer, recording
secretary of the W. C. T. U. of
California (North),reaches Head
quarters just before the forms
close and is passed on to our
readers:- Written in the atmos
phere of that awful day, April
18, its words burn like a scroll
Alameda, Cal., April 18.-At
five o'clock this morning came
the fearful earthquake of which
the telegraph will have already
informed you. Its center was
San Francisco, six miles away,
across the bay. It was fearful
here, but Alameda suffered less
than any other of the bay towns.
This is an island with only a
bridge to the mainland, yet to
day we are utterly cut off from
the world. The city, so near
and yet so far, lies hid in its
cloud of smoke, the red flames
appearing at wide distances, in
dicating an awful conflagration,
while all day the continued ex
plosions'of dynamite tell of the
destruction of buildings to stop
the spread of fire.
Business men, by walking to
Oakland, reached the city by
the old Creek route-the rail
roads to the moles being destroy
ea -and bring back the tales of
horror. Not a house uninjured
tands in all that city, while all
he busin-ess section burns and
burns. Within fifteen minutes
fter the dreadful shock one
iundred fires were blazing all
ver the ruined section, and no
water available. Like minute
guns the boom of dynamite re
sounds. The afternoon sun hangs
like a lurid ball in the smoke
above the bay, and thousands of
families on this side sit shudder
ing in contemplation of the aw
ful disaster, while other tens of
thousands in the city are home
less. All the wholesale section,
with wareheuses to supply the
state, is destroyed, for all the
buildings blown up must burn to
Chicago knows the story-mi
aus earthquakes. 'Slight shocks
ccur -with uncomYbrtable fre
luency-three since I have been
7 P. M. The sun goes down.
Miles of fire are plainly, seen
across -the bay, and with a field
glass the tall steel structures of
the great skyscrapers are visi
ble, their solisI masoziry fallen
and the flames leaping up their
entire height against the sky.
The terrible unknown horrors
are before our eyes, but no mes
sages can come or go. Only an
occasional man passes the block
ade and gets home with tales of
woe; and all have loved ones in
the awful maelstrom of fire and
The magnificent office building
in which our headguarters were
but lately located, is utterly de
stroyed. All our belongings
and records must be gone. One
cannot even hunt up a friend in
the fearful confusion and its ne
Thins of a great city with its
streets, sewers, water and gas
works, electric wires, etc., all
one. The brain reels.-Special
or. Union Signal.
ciatica Cured After Twenty Years of
For more than twenty years M.r J.
B. Massey, of 3322 Clinton St., Minne
polis, Minn., was tortured by sciatica.
Fhe pain an. suffering which he en
lured during this time is beyond comn
rehension. Nothing gave him any
>ermanent relief until he used Chain
erlain's Pain Balm. One application
>f that liniment relieved the pain and
nade sleep and rest possible, and less
than one bottle has effected a perma
ient cure. If troubled with sciatica:
>r rheumatism why not try a 25-cent.
ottle of Pain Balm and see for your
elf how quickly it relieves the pain.
'or sale by The Arant Co. Drug Store,
;uccessor to The R. B . Lcog~eaDrug
ditor The Manning Times:
The closing exercises of the Pine
rove Graded school which took place
an the evening of the 18th were very
impressive. The programme was a
engthyone and was well carried out.
The students performed their parts
well and in many ways showed signs of
c~reful training on the part of their
teacher. On the mornmng of the 19th,
Rev. L. B. Bridges of Marion deliver
ed the educational address. He is a
fine speaker, having a splendid deliv'
ery and talks fluently. Amoeg other
things he said that a college education
was within reach of every ambitious
bo and girl and emphasized the fact
that the day was not far off when an
uneducated person would be unable to
compete with educated friends nor
would he be able to meet successfully
the necessary duties of this life. Rev.
Bridges delivered a fine address and
for an hour held his audience., spell
bound. At one time did we see several
of his hearers wipe the tears from their
eyes. There was a large crowd out
Manning, Lynchburg, Beulah, Sar
dinia and New Zion being well repre
On last Tuesday evening, Miss Pearl
Whittle gracefully entertained in hon
or of her guests, Miss Bertha Broad
wa and Mr. N. S. Griffin, a few of her
friends to tea. As the number of gen
tlemen present was the same as that of
the ladies, each one had a pleasant
Mr. W. J. Turbeville spent last
Tuesday in Sumter on business.
The Messrs. Lee of Alcolu were visi
tors at the home of Mr. J. F. Cole a
few days last week.
Evangelists Williams, Foxworth and
Bridges are holding revival services
over here. .. .
Mrs. J. C. Pope 6f Columbia is spend.
ing a while with relatives at this place
Mr. W. M. Wilson of Florence is vis
iting his mother Mrs. R. E. Wilson.
Mrs. F. L. Collins and daughter,
Gaynell, of Sumter spent a few days of
last week at the home of Mr. D0. E.
Miss Olive Lavender of New Zion
Court convenes June 4t.h with His
Honor Judge G. W. Gage to preside..
C R Harvin, Jr. Manning
R W Coker Turbeville
L B McFadden Sardinia
Henry Ardis Pinewood
T R Roberson Seloc
L R Watt Davis Station
D R DuBose Sardinia
James L Barrow Workman
M B Corbett Paxville
J G Senn Summerton
V S Dennis Turbeville
J N Brown Paxville
J W White Jordan
C r Felder Summerton
J G Alsbrook Forestor
S I Till . Manning
T H Geddings Paxville
H F Stack Pinewood
E P McLeod Manning
W H Gaillard DuRant
T Mitchell Wells Manning
Elliott Frierson- Foreston
W E James Summerton
C H June Jordan
J M Boswell, Jr Paxville
Willie Holladay Manning
J P Gibbons . New Zion
G R Richbourg Foreston
John M Hudson
J T Rhodus Foreston
J M Lee Alcolu
J N DuBose New Zion
A A Tindal Manning
R J Alderman Alcolu
J H Gibbon, Jr New Zion
C B Baker New Zion.
A Lazy Liver.
A torpid, inactive liver can produce
more bodily ills than almost anything
else. It is good to clean the system
out occasionally. Stir the liver up and
get into shape generally. The best re
sults are derived from the use of .De
Witt's Little Early Risers. Reliable,
effective, pleasant pills with a reputa-.
tion. Never gripe. Sold by The Arant
Co. Drug Store, successor to The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store.
Editor The Manning Times:
We are glad to state Maj. A.
J. Richbourg who has been con
fned.to his bed for the past
week is able to be out again.
Mr. Editor we read with sur
prise the account of the ball
game at Panola between that
team-and Summerton. In jus
ice to the Summerton team we
must state, the team Panola
went up against was Summer
ton's infant class. Mathis being
the only first nine player, Joe
Cantey took the place of one of
the players in the fifth inning.
We admit Panola makes a tine
showing in their handsome uni
forms. We also. admit Panola
plays good ball.
The closing. exercises of our
raded school will begin Wed
nesday evening May 30th with
an address by Dr. E. M. Poteat,
President Furman University,
Thursday evening musical reci
tal, Friday evening graduating
exercises ninth grade.
Mr. J. W. Anderson, formerly
f St. Paul has built a -store 'in
this town and has opened up a
mercantile business. He is also
uilding a residence. Summer
on is not., booming, but it is
aving a sure, substantial,
teady and permanent growth.
It seems that Summerton is at
ast about to realize its hope of
etting a newspaper. Messrs
Bomquine and Todd of Georgia'
ave rented a building from D.
. Rhame, and expect to begin
peration June the .first. They
romise a "real live paper" in
hich the people of Summerton
an give expression to their joys,
orrows, hopes and kicks..
Real estate is still bringing a
fair price in Summerton. in spite
f the fact that a good many lots
ave just been put on the mar
et. Messrs Manning and Ran
om Richiardson bought a lot 25
feet wide, next to Rhame's drug
tore, for $525.00 and they got a
Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar.
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated:
oney and Tar as a throat and lung
emedy, and on account of the great
erit and popularity of Foley's Honey
nd Tar many imita'tions are offered
for the genuine. These worthless imi
ations have similar sounding names.
eware of them. The genuine Foley's
oney and Tar is in a yellow package.
Esk for it and refuse any substitute. It
s the best remedy for coughs and colds.
he Arant Co. Drug Store, successor
:o The R. B. Lor'yea Drug Store.
New Zion Dots.
kior The Manning Times:
Messrs E. B. Brown and Allen Mc
E'adden have been visiting these .parts
~gain. I believe they are hunting
rives as well as office.
They are both splendid fellows-that's
hat they think anyway.
Miss Ganell Collins passed through
ere last week enroute for Turbeville
o attend the school closing.
Mr. A. 0. Hudson is contemplating
tarting a livery business here.
It was the Hardy. brothers that in
stalled a saw mill instead of J. P. Bud
I notice in last week's TIMEs several
otices calling for special school dis
trict elections, and one from New Zion
am glad to say the people here are
roused to their sense of duty, and that
we propose to haye good school facili
ties. I was also struck with your di
ecting the people's attention to the
atter of the money from the dispen
sary for the free school fund, and I
gree with you if the State dispensary
s a success, with the large amount of
rofit derived from the sale of liquor,
why is it necessary to vote upon our
elves this additional tax so that we
can get a little schooling for the chil
ren. The people should think of this.
am told the dispensary fund does not
ive to the free schools as much as fif
y cents per child, and if this is so, it
would pay to be without it, as I believe
the cost is greater than the value.
Miss Pearl Whittle carried off high
praises for her reciting at the Turbe
ville school closing;
There is a young court house chap
in Manning who cannot stay away from
Turbeville, but if he continues he will
et it broken off into him sure, and
there will be no carrying the case t
the supreme court either So I advise
this magnetic young rooster te-cro w in
his own barn yard.
I will say to ".G" that I have been
elevating the girls of this place to the
highest shelf years ago, long before
"G" ever came to the TIMES. This
place is noted for blondes. Turbeville
has pretty girls too, but the men, for
mercy sake don't mention them, the
Why take a dozen things to cure that
cough? Kennedy's Laxative Honey,
and Tar drives the cold out through
your bowels. Sold by The Arant Co.
Drug Store, successor to The 1R. 13.
Nditor Tie Manning 'fiies:
All members of PInewood Lodge,
Knights of Pythias, are urged and
requested to come out to the next
meeting, which will be on Wednes
day evening, June 6th, at 8:15 o'clock.
We have a dozen or more candidates
for the three side degrees and other
important business to be taken up.
. Several from here attended the
reunion in Columbia last week.
Reading the dots from Turbeville
in our last issue, I noticed' where
. N. S. Griffin's appearance in.
Turbeville had made Prof. Roland
sick. I suppose if Prof. could spend.
a week in the postoffice here -or at
Turbeville he would collapse and
wish the boys of this place could be
sent immediately antipodaling. We
hope if Prof.'s condition gets worse
some one will give him some chablis
mixed with antiparalytic, but Mr.
Griffin counts himself a Johylauh
and Jhilogynst of Turbeville. Jgack
son may be out of the race, but
Griffin says he will stick to a hard
Miss Susan Richardson has re
turned home after an absence of a .
month's sojourn in Columbia.
Mrs. Richard I. Manning has been
visiting Mrs. R. C. Ridhardson.
Mr. C. B. Kolb has-returned to his
post, after a ten'day's stav in Char
leston, where he went to have his
right eye taken out.
Mr. N. C. Stack has started work
on his store which will be on Broad- ]
way and when finished will be one N
among the prettiest in town. I
Mrs. J. H. Sullivan, of Laurens, a
bas been visiting her daughter, Mrs. 1
R. C. Richardson, Jr., returnedhome c
n the 18th. 1
The city of Sumter had nlenty of i
ttention last Friday. Gentry's Dog, a
Pony and Vonkey Circus, Payton T
Sisters at the opera house, and the 1
banging of Stakes.
Mr. Alva Sublett was in town one I
iay last week, taking orders for
Mr. and Mrs. Dr. J. B. Richardson
went over to Columbia on Friday to -
ttend the funeral Mrs. Chas. H.
Barnwell, who died in Roanoke, Va.,
The sfollowing invitations have i
een received here:
Mrs. Margai-et W. Groover requests
the honor of your presence
t the marriage of her daughter
Mr. J. Dempsey Griffin,
rhursday evening, May thirty-first, s
nineteen hundred and six, at 3
-ight thirty o'clock, at her home, s
Mr. Griffin is the eldest son of Mr.
T. R. Griffin of this place, and will
nake here his home.
Mr. C. C.Cbapman, who has been
elieving Mr. Kolb here'. has been -
rppointed regular agentat Rimini.
[r. McCormick, at present -agent at
Remini, has been moved to another
Rev. L. L. Inabnit assisted friends 0
Lt Greelyville last.week. a
Col. J. B. Edgerton will .be* selling C
own lots June 5th and 6th.
Had a Close Cal.
"A dangerous sergical operation, in
rolvin'g the removal of a malignant ul
er, as large as my hand, from m'y
laughter's hip, was prevented by the
Lpplication of Bucklen's Arnica Salve,"
ays A. C. Stickel, of Miletus, W. Va.
'Persistent use of the.Salve complet-i
y cured it." Cures Cuts, Burns and 6
njuries. 25c at The Argant Co. Drug
toro, successor to The A1. B. Loryea
Pleasant affair in Pinewood.
One of the most brilliant affairs ~of
she season was the Birthday party giv
an last'Tussday evening, when she hos
pitable home of Miss Lillian Lawrence
which was beautifully decorated was.
hrown open in honor of hereighteenth
3irthday. Between the hours of 9 and
L2 o'clock forty or fifty guests had as
Receiving at the front door were Mr.
Lud Mrs. Preston Hutto who ushered
~hem into the parlor, where Miss Law
ence received the happy wishes of ner
riends. The room was artistically
lecorated in green and pink. Pink.
~arnatins and roses made the air fra
~rant with their sweetness. Music
was beautifully rendered by Misses Liz-.
ie Richardson and Alice Hodge, after
hich an observation game was.played,
viss Elenora Ridhardson being the
nost succes'sfui one, won -the prize a y,
ox of stationery. Miss Alice Owen d
he-booby, a bunch of pink roses and s<
~erns. The guests then repaired to the. ,
road porch, lighted with Japanese
anterns where strawberries, cake and
ce cream was served, Japanese .design I
~eing carried out most elaborately in t:
~very detail. The numbdi- of beautiful a
Ld handsome presents displayed in she -
2al, which was decorated in red with
alins, tertified to Miss Lawrence's
>opularity. She was handsomely .gown
ad in cream silk, trimmed with lace
ud ribbon, with gloves to match. The
iour for departure, had arrived before.
my one was aware that it was so late, I
nd the guests agreed that~the occasion
n everyv way proved a thorough sne~
For In~fants anud Children. n
The Kind You Have Always Bought a
AntO KHi a Rattler. tl
A hunter tells an 'interesting story g
of the way in which a colony of red
ants put to death a rattlesnake which. 0
dared to disturb their abode. He was
out hunting when he. saw the rattler_
and started to put a load'of shot into
the reptile when he noticed that it was
headed straight for an ant hill of un
usual size and waited to watch the .
proceedings. It had hardly got half
way across the mound when a big red
ant hastened to the attack and sank
his nippers into the snake's body. In
less than two minutes he was joined
by the whole colony, which practically
covered the whole body of the rattler,
each one sinking its scissors-like blades
into the Intruder's body. The snake
began to thrash and squirm, but the
ants held on like bulldogs. The rat
ter's fury grew so great that he sank
his fangs Into his own body, then
straightened out after a few more
convulsive efforts to get away and was
dead In less than ten minutes afte~r the
first ant had mountedt his body.--Kanl
sas City Journal.
Bas the ~heKid YetRvellwys Bourht
The Tendon Aehnfes.
Anatomists fancifully 'call te big
tendon of the heel "tendon Achilles,"
after the Greek hero. The mythologic
al story goes that his mother, Thetis,
holding him by the heel, dipped him In
the river Styx to make him invulnera
le. Put Paris inflicted a wound that
proved fatal on the heel that had not
Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar
cres all cougss, and expels coldS 11rom
ta sstem bY gently moving tihe bowels.
Land for Sae
I offer for sale four pled-es :of desir
ible real Estate. If not sold by the
Erst day of June it will be withdrawn
From the market.
1. 100 acres of land 4 miles from
Mannina on the Salem road, about 75
icres cleared, balance in timber. The
public road runs through this land.
Price 81,500, terms to suit purchaser.
2. 51 acres in one mile of the Court
Iouse about 14 cleared and under cul
ivation, balance in timber. Dwelling,
rooms; necessary out buildings, good
vell of water fine young orchard. In
light of Graded School: Price 83.500.
erms to suit purchaser.
3. 161 acres of land two miles from
dannibg, covering the public road.
4. 140 acres cleared and under culti
ration divided into thee farms and
ented this year for: $300. Two new
our room dwellings with all necessary
ut building, good water, balance in
imber, price $4.025. Terms to suit
iurchaser. Possession of these three
ieces of property given, 1st. day of
This is is a rare opportunity to pur
hase three pieces of desirable Droper
y in the vicinity of Manning.
Apply to D. J. BRADHAM.
Real Estate agent,
1&]anning, S. C.
Notice of Electi6 .
Pursuant to an order fron the County
;oard of Eduation, dated May 11, 1906,
re, the undersigned do hereby give
otice that an election will be held
t Sardinia post office Saturday, May
6, 1906, for the purpose of giving the
ualified electors and taxpayers of
ardinia School District, No. 28, the
rivilege of voting on the question of
special tax levy of three mills to sup-.
lement other taxes for school purposes
2 said school district. Polls to open
t 8 o'clock, a. m., and close at 4 o'clock,
M. J. H. GARLAND, - *
R. E. MBFADDIN, JR.
L. B. MCFADDIN, .
Notice of EIedion.
Pursuant to an order from the County
oard of Education, dated May l1,
906, we, the undersigned, do hereby
ive notice thst an election will be held
t Davis Station, on Saturday, May 26,
906, for the purpose of giving the qual
led electors and taxpayers in Davis
tation School District, No. 26, the
rivilege of voting on the questinofa
pecial tax Ievy of four mills to supple
ient other taxes for school purposes in
aid school.district. Polls will open at
o'clock, a. m., and-close at.4, p. im.
J. E. DAvis,,
R. C. PLowDEN.
D M. RoGERS,
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Probate
)r Clarendon Coun ty on- the 14th day
F June, 1906, for'leiters of discharge
; Administrator of the'Estate of Henry
- GEo. H. CURTIS,
Paxville, S. C., May 14, 1906.
rho Batik of Mlaining,
MANNING, S. C.
pital Stock, - $40,000
urplus, - - 35,000
tockholders' Lia- -
Diity, - -- 40,000
to Depositors,. 8115,000
A GOOD BANK
there yo may rest assured every
eal wilI be conducted with that ab
,lute trustworthiness that has al
n opening your Bank Account at
is Bank you will be making no
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLUNA,
y James M. Windham, Esq., Probatd
HREAS, C. Smith -Land made
V suit to me, to grant bim Letters of
.dinistration with the Will annexed,
Ethe estate of and effects of Mary
These are therefore to cite and ad
onish all and singular the kindred
ad reditors of the said Mary J.
and, deceased, that they be and
spear before me, in the Courtof Pro
te, to be held at Manning on the 24th
ay of Mlay next after publication
iereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
>show cause, if any they have, why
le said administration should not be
Given under my hand, this 5th day
SMay, A. D). 1906.
;L.] JAMES M. WINDHAM,
Judge of Probste.
You can then pay your
bills with-checks which
we return to you the
first of each month and
which are thus made a
receipt in full for every
dollar you pay out.
You can always mnake change
with a check.
Bank of Sumnmiton,
Summnerton, S. C.
Doors., Sashe B\id
Moulding and Buildini
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
Sash Weights and Cords.
W R E If YOU COKE
TO TOWN CALL AT
Whieb is fitted up with an
eye to the comfort of his
IN A LL STYLES,
8 H AX PO.6 OIG.
Done' with neatups and.
dispatch .. . . . .
A cordial invitaion
J. W L
aoing Times Blolkd
Roky Mountain. Tea Nuge
A Busy Medicine for Buy Priple,-S
y.rzr. Golden Eesith aut Benewed ir3
as eill t for Constia d
.L;T KidIney.Troubles no
1,-1 form. 35 cents a Geuieknae
H >u~is-zir Dara- Cosmnt,Maiows
A Cmlete stock of Caskets, Cofans jli
eral Supp always-on and. -. erse
sent to antpa ofr t of ands
,e rep''e oby-Mr. A. J. t ~e
eto anerar r
Cnonenth ofNewt~ andk
o flwy Ytdc ork. s P~k.~
Wetr Gode Ceanda. n~io!
A reof..fi for shonies soLIv
Countrya~~f tenan propersy wtetlsoe-4
-' fom foer o. eun ad y~"
11)LISrWDan Coi ll, adro ie
A cMpl ch utoI f ake ~fn ond.'
erCoSpied Stwysle -~n M themzewl'-~
Iefsnuto n~ ao the fitty and set of see.
Lhetavd ieorti ainr, chine y - -
SW.nE. . BK~sCTIG
Finarter WDwson art iri
Carter.iRufs aHrrit a
fena ofBokys.N Y
To Tera Def't ove Nfiamed:~a
qurdtanswmerithe cofpan -em tis
airAociaio of hacpy is herewith
eve uok yundtoiter'venecopy
of uNwe Yo sid.k.0o
thesernie hof n;xlsvofth
of suhe yoervicesnes if oai~ct
ontwry then ropet writnte tim
Th defndnt Cowon re .wl
akntc tUhathSums tan Com-s
plant ithi acstof wee filed te
ofn othe Calers ofCourete forCae
donv Countyo n Ainl 16h, 1906c. -
COURT O & WEISNBPERG, -
Arril Rfu Cate.906.t ar
ons SsaT stOEleedeN thn