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MAN NLXG. S. C., JAS. 5. 1910.
Pubishe AU County and Town Of.
Adverusers will please re
member that, copy for a
change of ad. misT be in
this ofiice by Saturday Noon in order to
usure nublication the following week.
SLO FETIWS, NO. 54,
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Congress has resumed its work. nd
the contry coctinues to surive.
The sheriff sales were well attended
s"t Monday, and the property-brought
To day ia Clarendon Day long to be
remembered as the mos important in
NoMStsanding basiness in pastMan
nim. this.town begins 1910 under the
most favorable conditions.
M. P. M. Jones has been appointed
aAlcolu. andl Mr. Caskrey
at New Zion.
The busted water pipes in Mannin
are givitdg- the muhekeepers mne1
woryand the plumbers much joy.
Mr. MYIton Weinberg returned to
It wme Dr. Weinberg after June.
The bursted water pipes in Man-ing
last Mxr~rsag was someing to make
housekeeper mighty careful- when
Th is a few of the trees on the
hqre'at were trimmed too much, but
ho is hedthat they will grow out
and ul' a
Mrv. W.-E. Jenkinson informs us, that
he has retired from the manager'ge. of
the W.LEJn'""""Co. The coi.u
is goingout of bsmess.
The city..of Newberry has put the
ban on drinking in public places, and
haai. prohibited its p'olicemen from
drinking intouicants at all.
The work of our county suoervisor
on ths ecurs house squnare is indeed ap
preciated. He baa made this spot look
another sor--a thing of beauty.
Tih hme of Mr. W. C. White, near
Dleomvi.e was esoyed by
kolast Saturday Very little
of. household <decsa were saved.
- -Eher, the eight-yearold duhe
felldonthe piazza lassThui-aday after
non, ad broke her 'right'leg above
-owoI has removed the policeman's
shack fromin front of the court bouse
It Wagpas to its present location temn
Theionfedewate mnument fund Is
growing very slowly, the latest contri
baiOqeoOes fromt one of our represen
at e on. L. Green, who sent u
Tos wishing to apply for thepc
toar esus anumerator must doso
iater than the 12th of this month.
Ahiatons must be sent to W. J.
Staten, Charleton, S. C.
-7n lase.'Tan.ay thie frying size set
i~Ar4elgbt~l' entertained ate' ',
homef an Thma
Their eldes&-daughter, Miss Ria
the hoste and did the honors very
The Wonaman of Manning meet next
* Monday night to install ths newly eleo.
and: and tolwpma new era for
.the *thie camp. It is earn
.Ourlocalsebqolstarted up ~gi ys
timrday,.am.weregretto learn ta i
.Ma~leca~o culd bere
Wison -wiDiteach her grade until Miss
Seawio ku is able to retmrn.
DIed in Columbia Sunday, Mrs. Julia
Bichardson, widow of the late Gover
ior' yohis Peter Bichardson. Tne
funeral too place today at Camden.
.Theaed.. was the ktrof the
laze CoL W. H. B. RcL.
'a - the State penitentiary eigt long term
th oknedd a neskeep the an
frot being a burden onthe county.
TEE Trnrm edition of next week will
contain a write-np of today's proceed
ing e of the court house and
the shoolbuilding, the photo
grpsof the court house comnmisslnn
anhe'school trustees, the legislative
-delegann and Judge Wilson.
Died at New Zion last Wednedy,
Mr. Henry G. Dennis, agen about 55
years. The deceased was a bachelor
and ad accummulated nice property,
hgllife was insured and he had a good
bankescoant,afllof which is left b3
will to two nephews.. sons. or the late
Sidney..Fleuing. Mir. John H. DuBose
is thpe execntor.
There was a very interesting service
-at the First Baptist Church last Sunda3
. oening. It was the oasion of Rev.
L. A. Cooprs dirst evening service at
;rsbterian and'"" etomas ch'mhe
attenrded this service to welcome the
new Baptist miniser and their greet
ings were exresein dtting words by
their rsetve responded ti
by Mr. Cooper. 'prt ot brother2
love manifested by these congregation:
-is hlghl$ f Mmmeinabye especially se
since but ashort tne- -ago a differen
spirit ezised We wish, for the nes
miniser a most happy. and. successfu
pastorate, and wecan assure him tha
she people outside of hiscoreao
welom him..o.thartin ta anina
SOn account of the masS offm
essary for a complete account
proceedings, we have decide<
until next issue. Had twe Zen
the Bar named a date for the d
other than Wednesday we cc
arranged for the proceedings
out i: THE TwES the same -
under the circumstances we wi
or to give our readers a gao
The Coco Cola habit is very
moved from the whiskey habi
authority,and we believe that
be long before the United St
ernent will take a hand im r
the trafflc therein, notwithsta
fact that many temperance
contend that it contains no har..
or alcohol: it contains both caffeine and
alcohol, and if used to excess is almost
as harmful as whiskey. and more harm
ful than lager beer.
Died suddenly last Monday morning
at her home about two miles West of
Manning, Mrs. Julia Bradham, - liet
of the late Samuel H. Bradham ted
about 7d years. The cause of death is
supposed to be heart failure For some
time past she had complained of her
heart, and after eating a hearty break
fast she sat down in a .rocking chair,
and without warning expired in a few
minutes. The funeral took Place at
Fellowship church, where the deceased
held her membership.
The address of Mr. J. A. Hoyt, editor
of the Columbia Record, before the
Teachers Convention, was not only a
good strong vresentation, but it knock
ed into smithereens the arguments of
those opposed to compulsory education.
The time is not far off when every white
child will be compelled by law to attend
school for at least a portion of the year,
and the sooner it arrives the bet
ter will it be for the white masses. There
is absolutely nothing in the contention
of the ops ition, but an r.ppeal to pre
udice, an the thinking masses are -
zing it more and more every day.
On and after January 15th all persons
wbo are over one year in arrears to THE
TIES will be cut off- We give this
timely notice in order that they cannot
have the excuse tosay they did not know
they would be cut off. It is impossible
for us to carry a dead-beat set of read
ers. If the paper is worth receiving it
is worth paying for. and we sbould rath
er have 1,000 paying subscribers than
.,000 on oitr list and one-third of them
dead-beats, a dead-beat is the most con
temptible creature on earth, and it is
surprising how many of these cattle
The people of Fairfield county are
now in the same fix Clarendon %as in
when the dispensary was voted out.
they have on hand a surplus stock with
no legal means to dispose of it, and
they now are clamoring for relief, by
getting the legislature to provide a
means of disposing of this stuff without
incurring % loss to the taxpayers. The
only way this can be done is to get an
Act allowing them to reopen the dis
pensary for the purpoe of selling the
remainder at rei but in this they
will nd opposition from those who are
bent on stopping the legal sale regard
les of consequences. We had a sim-.
ilar experience here, and was forced
to dispose of the stock at a loss, and we
still owe some money which should be
THE Trnm editor goes to Columbia
next Tuesday to attend the meeting of
the general assembly, and during his
abence Dr. A. S. Todd will have charge
of the editorial columns. Dr. Todd has
given his .services to the paper
during the absence of THE TDES
editor, and we know our read
ers enjoyed his splendid work.
We would ask as a special favor that
our correspondents will give him all the
aid they can by supplying the paper with
plenty of news letters, it helps the pa
per's management and it also gives the
reading public live, interesting read
ing The usual legislative letter will be
sent from Columbia each *week, and it
willbe theendwo'~rof the writer of these
to keep THE TDMES readers posted on
wha is oing on during the seion.
Complaint comes to us of the growing
tendency to boisterousness in the coun
try where the pole are unprotected.
There is much d'nking and rowdyism,
and if it Is not checked a rural police
will be demanded. To institute a rural
police force in this county would- mean
a considerable increase in our already
heavy taxation. We would suggest as
one of the means to prevent the neces
sty for a rural police, is for the people
a whole to regard it their duty to aid
in the supp * of those thines '.hat
are casing th ~mplaints. If there
is any illicit selling of liquor in your
community it is a citizen's duty to re
port it, and continue to report these
violators of the law until the evil is ex
terminated. Whenever the lawless find
that good citizens will not stand for the
defiance of the law, but will aid in the
enforcement of it, then the lawless will
seek elsewhere to carry on their law
emnma It is now up to the pepple
themselves to say whether the further
depredations, annoyances and suffe:ng
of people not pretected by police shall
continue. It can and should be stopped.
Will you make the effort to stop it?
The colored people throughout the
acounty celebrated Emancipation Day
last Sarurday, and in Manning there
was a large crowd- The addresses were
made by the "old war horse" Syfax
Miton and Rev. James Adams. We are
tela tbsallof the speeches were in good
o, and breaishes the spirit of friend
liness towards the white people. 'The
eehof Milton was teeming with sound
vice, and taching a lesson of indus
try; thrift and integrity. Rev. Adams
is said to be sa orator of high order,
land he too, eloquently and forcefully
sr'ssed the importance of a higher life,
self reline, a strict observance of the
laws of moralty, and to be ra itious to
be a shining example to be roved of
speak in the highest terms or it. and at
our request asynopsisof the speech was
mae for THE TIMES, which we here
M. Chairman and Friends, I am glad
to greet this lsrge gathering of my peo
ple, whose very presence here today sig
nifies that it is your intention to make
perpetual the celebration of this, the
greatest of all days to the race.
There is of necessty much character
accredited so that people who after a
favor has been granted by the Eternal
God, come together after the run of
years every first day of Jat uary, to show
to the youth of the race and to the peo
ple among whom we dwell, evidences of
sturdy characteras a resultant from that
which we have received.
God has worked mightily with and
for the American Negro. Whatever his
trials and hardships they cannot out
weigh the mercies that have come to
Mm. The beginning of negro develop
Imnt in America had a doubie starting.
IOnce with his enslavement and once
with his emancipation. Tne causes that
led up to the second beginning may be
set forth in the following facts: Settling
the Great Valley, organization of the
North West Territory, opening up the
territory West of the Alleghanies, Ces
sion of Ionisiana to France and its sub.
I sequent purchase by our governmnent,
ihe Missouri compromise, the refusal of
tPresiden' Davis to sacrifice the princi
Ipie in which he believed to the North.
- the birth and work of Steven A. Do,
rlas and John Calhoun, the Mexican war,
>the Secession, and the Abrahainic Proc
If it was pracilcable to speak at length
Son the historic incidents montioned i;
L the foregoing, the proof would be over'
r. whelming that no one man, no one sec
I tion, no certain people started out t<
t. free the negro. The freedom of the ne
a gro was the resulIt of comitant forces
. directed against, taxation, stress sover
-, and sectional adjustment ad
nated in this strange thing called
!dom." I want to herald with all
ower here today that the deliver
of the negro is not the work of the
a nor the South but of a merciful
ender yet powerful God. I am fore
believe that the quicker the negro
-s this belief the better for the race.
alindedly followed the carpet bag
a reconstruction times, looking up
em and their people as being our
Tt was a case of bowing at the al
f Baal and the true God -vas invok
v another people and apparently
imed us by are. This freecom is the
of God. The future development
- cce is in the bands of God and
ITYibelieve that he witl bring it to
Taking the North as our God we have
alas in a sense made ouselves drunk and
lost our Divine heritage, right here in
our own South land. I am tired of this
cursed habit of going to the North and
begging for every buscuit we put to our
mouths. Every time the negro wants to
build a chicken coop he is inclined to
pass resolution to go North and beg for
money. In fine, what I am trying to say
is this: Every time the negro leaves his
own home to go into the land of strang
ers to beg, he argues to the world that
his life is so degraded that his next door
neighbor wont help him and that he is
too ignorant and lazy to help himself.
Then too he does an injustice to South
ern philanthropy and the mutual help
fulness of the races at home.
Let us be a little more independent
and learn to pay our own bills. Here
the speaker spok a. length on the
status of the negro as to economic and
intellectual acquirements. He regretted
seriously the disfranchisement of the ne
g ro but inspired the hope and confidence
of his audience in the courts of the State
and thought that the degree in wiich
prejudice and unfair deal in the trial of
negro causes was almost miraculous. He
closed his speech by giving to the audi
ence what- he termed "The Negro's
We belie7e that racial identity must
be maintained. We believe that the
races can li-e together in harmony and
do justice one to the other and yet re
main distinct. We believe that social
uality is not desirous nor to be aspir
after. We believe that industry is
the bedrock of all home success. We be
lieve some of our men and women must
attain to and maintain a place in the
professions. We believe that negro
murderersandwhite murderers cught to
die the death and that all criminals
should be brough to justice. We be
lieve that the law should be inforced
on black and white alike. We believe
that where the law and custom divide
the races in common carriers and places
of amusement, that those licensed to
run those carriers and places should be
required to make the same accommoaa
tion for the blacks as the whites, at the
same price We believe in wealth. We
believe in a christian Character tha. is
gentlemanly and well toned. We be
lieve in the ballot. We believe in
righteousness and the peace of God.
Itch cured in 30 minutes by Wool
ford's Sanitary Lotion. Nver fails. Sold
by W. E. Brown & Co., Druggist.
Editor The Maninr Times:
The year 1909 with its favors and dis
favors has gone out, and there remains
with us its memory alone, a guide-post
to 1910. To be sure it witnessed t'he diq
covery of the North Pole and untold ad
vances in the navigation of the upper
atmosphere, but assuredly more vitally
interesting and valuable to the South.
South Carolina, and Clarendon county
is the 15c cotton which she perfected.
What 1910 has in store for us, we do not
know, but we shall not criticise her
achievements at all harshly. snould she
neglect the first mentioned avances, if
only she can reta~in that glorious 15c
The farmers of this section, with but
few exceptions, made good average
crops, and satisfied with the fortunate
high price of cotton are making haste
to get in readiness for the coming plant
ing season. Farm hands are being sign
ed up, rent liens executed, and all avail
able farming lands will soon be under
cultivation. Some of the principal plan
tations in the locality are changing
hands at the New Year's entrance, re
sulting in the loss of one or two families
who have been residents in this com
munity for many years- Mr. A. Plumer
Burgess, whose family has long been
identiied with Clarendon county . will
move with his fainily to Fort Motte, S
C., Mr. Burgess having accepted a po
sition with his brother-in-lat, Mr. Pet
erkin. Mr. J. D. Rutledge, who has for
several years occupied the Wilson plan
tation will remove to his own farm a few
miles from town, and it is thought that
Mr. W. B. Wilson will take charge of
his father's interests in this section.
The Summerton Furniture Co., in or
Ider to accommodate its very much en
larged stock has rented the adjoining
brick store recently vacated by the Ea
don Bros. Co. These new quarters will
be partially converted into ao Under
During the Christmas and New Year
holiday season, several hunting parties
ave gone forth into the swamps around
the Santee to try their luck with the
ducks. One party, composed largely of
Summertonians spent all .Lf last week in
the heart of the swamp. but as yet we
have rnot learned with what success they
met. A party of Richmond sportsmen
are now stopping with Mr. D. M. Rodg
ers on his plantation some eight miles
from town. This seems to be an unus
ually good game year, and the sport
need not be confined to any one variety.
On Monday evening, December 27th,
Misses Lucy and Maria Mood entertain
ed quit.e a number of friends at their
home on Church street. The parlor was
tastefully decorated with holly and ever
greens, under which the jolly crowd of
young people passed a few happy but
,fleeting hours. Many miscellaneous
gamea were enjoyed broken first by a
loely display of fireworks, and then by
Idelightful refreshments. Those present
were: Misses Annie Rutledge, Mildred
James and Ertta Scarborough, Messrs.
Harry Davis, Allston James, Ceth Ma
Ison, Lawrence Chewning, Doc Colciough
and Fred Barnes.
Misses Ada Tennant and Louise Scar
borough returned yesterday to Lynch
burg, S. C., to resume their duties in
the graded school.
Mr. L B. Martin of Marion, S. C..
visited friends in town ltust week.
Miss Kate Cantey spent the holidays
Mrs. 5.0O. Cantey and family of Bates
burg, are visiting relatives in this com
Miss Bertha Davis is spending a few
weeks with her sister, Mrs. Sprott of
Manning. A. S.
Summerton, S. C., January 3, 1910.
The Confederate Moumet.
The movement so long neglected has
at last begun to erect a monument to
the memory of the heroes who wore the
gray,-soldiers whose record was the
marvel of the civilized world. Clarendon
now proposes to place upon the court
house square a suitable mark of its pa
triotism by having erected a shaft in
hnor of those who responded and laid
down their lives upon their country's
altar. All contributions sent to THE
MANING TrIMS will be acknowledged
Ithrough its columns.
IJ.H. Lesesne.................10 00
Louis Levi.......---......... 10 00
Fred L.esesne ... ........ ..... 10 00
Mrs. E. Appelt............... 10(0
David B. Jones............... 10 00
D. LGreen.................- >0
The best in the world.
Al FAmers S=Ia AMn
Editor The \sanninr Times
Please publish the following appoint
ments for Prof. D. N. Barrow, of Clem
son College, to address the farmers of
Clarendon county upon subjects of the
deepest interest to advanced agricul
ture. He will speak at Turbeville on
the 12th: at Manning on the 14th, and
at Summerton on the 15th of January,
1910. We beg to urge the fullest pos
sible attendance at each place. Let us
show that we appreciate the efforts of
our State and Nation to raise the stan
dard of agriculture to the highest pos
sible niche. Clemson College sends out
this distinguished agriculturist to tell
us how to farm intelligently and scien
tifically, and his lectures will be well
worth any sacrifice we make to getout
and hear him. Clemson has honored
the Farmers' Educational and Co-oper
ative Union of America, through its
organization in the county of Claren
don, by placing Prof. Barrow's lectures
under its auspices. Fellow members of
the Union and all other farmers, meas
ure up to your full duty on these oc
Thanking you. Mr. Editor, for your
attitude towards the farmers organza
tion and your free advertising of the
President Clarendon County Farmers'
Wanted a cook. Apply at THE TiES
For Sale-250 acres near Foreston.
900 acres near Manning. Chariton Du
For Sale-2 high-grade Jersey Cows
with young calves. Good milkers, 4
years old now. 50 dollars each. Fores
ton Stok Farm, Foreston, S. C.
For Sale-Five-room house and lot on
principal street in town of Manning.
A bargain R. L. Bell, Manning, S. C.
Agents Wanted.-A liberal comzmais
sion to young white boys or men who
can hustle. Apply to Mr. M. D. Baird,
Turberille, S. C.
Dr. Hiehsmith, eyesight specialisti
from Florence, will be in Manning at
Dr. A rant's drug store, 'Friday, January
14th. for one day only. Glasses fitted
while you wait.
Strayed. from the stables of Louis
Weinberg at Paxville last Thursday,
one black mare mule about ten years old
and one sorrel mare mule with a black
line down her back. Any One finding
these mules will please notify Louis
Weinberg, Paxville, S. C.
Licenses for the year 1910, in the
Town of Manning are due and payable
at the Town Hall, January 13, 14, and
R. C. WELLS,
January 3, 1910.
Taken up December 31st, 1909, one
light and one dark bay mare mule
medium size-near Panla.
A. J. PLOWDEN,
Summerton, R F. D. No.2.
Pursuant to an order of J. MI. Wind
ham, Judge of Probate, I will sell to
the bighest bipder for cash, at the
residence of the late James Cantey, de
eased. at 11o'clock A M., on the 20th
day of January. 1910, the following per
snalty: 23 Choats; 3 Sows: 1 Cow; I1
Yearling; 1 Mare: 60 lbs Meat; 1 one-i
horse Wagon; I two-horse Wagon: 400
lbs. Fodder and Hay, and one lot of
Pinewood, S. C.. January 4, 1910.
Contry Property for Sale.
We offer the following lands in Clarendon
County at what we consider very reasonable
prices, and those wishing to purchase a farm
or invest their money are invited to come and
examine our list. We shall be glad to talte you
over the property at any time.
187 acres. Midway Township. known as the B.
A. Johnson property. two tenant houses. about
75 acres cleared. adjoining lands of Mrs. Shanon
and others-price 810.0 per acre.
U5 acre- Midway Township. 30 acres cleared.
3-room house. tobacco barn. barn and stables:
adjoining lands of J. 3M. DuBose, Jale Morris
and D. WV. Aiderman-11.00 per acre.
s~4 acres, more or less. trewingrton Townshzp.
3-horse farm cleared. adjoining lands ot Bagnal.
Plowden and others-36G per acre.
Call on us for Town Lots.
DiCkSon & Windham,
Real Estate Agents, Manning, S. C.
to the people of Clarendon County
for their excellent patronage dur
ing the past year. We wish you
a happy and prosperous New
We wish you all well, but if
you just can't help but get sick,
remember you can get the best
and purest drugs where quality
Agent for Park & Tilford's
New York Candies.
J. A. ZEIGLER, Mgr.
The Drug Store with the large
mail order business.
ONE OF THE BEST
Life Insurance Companies in the world,
The Mutual tle losurance Co.
of New York.
The people from the West coast of Africa to
the remotest hamlet in South Carolina hold
policies in this good old company.
A man and a company arc known by their
deeds. and in 66 years thc Mutual Life In
surance Company of New York have
met evcry ob'lsiOn Promptly and on a
most satisfactory manner. Recent settlement"
effected through this Special Agent clearly in
dicates this. When to insure? Now ts the
ISAAC M. LORYEA,
Claendon and Sumter Counties for
'The Mutual Life losurance Co.
of New York,
SUMTER, .5. C.
TO Our Friends and Customers
THE MANING OIL MILL has been recently bought
from the South Atlantic Oil Co., and at the beginning of our
career under the present ownership we extend our thanks to au
of our friends for their support and patronage.
We have tried in the past to deserve your support by being
absolutely fair and honest with all of our customers, and we ask
for a continuance of your support for the following additional
FIRST : Ours is a local company-not a dolla- of its
stock is owned outside of South Carolina.
SECOND: We pay arnually to the Town and County
Treasurers over $600 taxes which helps that much towards pay
ing the expens'-s of our local government.
THIRD: It costs us about $30,000 per year to manufacture
the seed we purchase, and of this amount, S20.000 is spent right
here at Manning. In other words, when you sell us . ton of seed
(66 2-3 bushels) you get market price for the seed and the com
munity gets $4 of the amount it costs to manufacture them. When
you sell a ton of seed to the other fellow, you get the r.a ket price
for the seed, and SOME OTHER COMMUNITY gets the benefit
of the money paia tut to manufacture them.
We could mentiot a number of other reasons, but we think
the above is sufficient to convince you that it pays to patronize
Yours very truly,
Manning Oil Mill,
C. R. SPROTT. President and Treasurer.
to be had now at
W. E. JENKINSON CO.'S:
100 Men's heavy winter Overcoats. $12.50 values, will be
closed out at $7 48.
50 Men's fine Overcoats, well worth $15.00 will go at $9.98.
200 Boy's 2-piece Knee Suits to slose out regardless of price.
Here is your chance to get a cheap suit of clothes for your son.
500 Bolts of Ribbon in all widths and shades will be closed:
out at about 1-2 what they are worth.
All Millinery G;ods. Ladies' Hats, Plumes, Feathers and .
Baby Caps are being closed out at prices never before heard of.
Our entire Line of Furnitu-re, Mattings, Rugs and Carpets,
and all House Furnishing Goods must go.
Our entire Stock of Goods must be sold for cash at once
going out of business is the reason. Come and get the goods
cheap while they last-a chance of a lifetime.
W. U. JENKINSON CO.
Manning Hardware Co
Established in 1897.
Each year finds us stronger
and better equipped to
serve you. The fol
lowing Lines com
prise our Stock:
Pocket and Table Cutlery,
Paints and Oils,
Varnish and Stains.
Buggy and Wagon Material,
Pumps and Piping,
Farming Implements, Etc.
Yours for business,.
TE MANNING HARDWAR COMPANY
The decks are cleared for action. I am now in the race
for cash trade, and I have a splendid stock of everything
needed on the farm or in the household.
I cordially invite an inspection of my stock of
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods,
Notions, Shoes, Hats,
Clothing, Crockery, Tin,
Wooden and Hardware.
of all kinds and ini large quantities.
Come to my store, price my goods, examine the gnuality,
and if not as cheap as the cheapest, then don't buy from me.
I have made special arrangements to do a large cash trade
this season, and I fully realiz.e that I must, to do business,
meet sharp competition. This I have prepared for.
I want your trade.
BR A. JO HNSON.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR!
The Young Reliable desires to
thank his friends and customers
for the support given him during
last year. For
I shall spare no pains in trying to
improve my business in -every de
tail, guaranteeing satisfaction in
every respect. I respectfully so
licit your future business.
Again wishing you a happy
and prosperous New Year,
The Young Reliable.
he Sumter Iron Works
SUMTER, S. C.
Under New Management
MACIIINERY AND SUPPLIES.
truthers-Wells Steam Engine.
Stover Gasoline Engine.
Nagle Boilers, all sizes and types.
- The liege.
Central Foundry and Machine Co.
Vance Saw Mills and Wood-woring Machinery.g
The Buicks & E. M. F.i
All types carried in stock for immediate shipmar
ll at the right prices and on satisfactory terms.
Drop us a line for full particulars. Give us a trial and let
us sho you.Yours very truly,
The Sumter Iron Works.
you can get what you like and will like
what you get When you cast your eye on
this list it's pretty sure you'll find some
thing you'll need to day or tomorrow:
Fine Dress Suits,
Dress Goods, Notions,
Rain Coats, Hosiery,
Shoes, Hats, Shirts,
all ready- here for Ladies' Men, Youths' and