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Wecdnc-dsly. February . 8 P. M.
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F. L Wq..Lc. W. M. FRED L Nv
RUT ChAPTER, NO. 40.
ROYAL ARCH XASONS
Recular ConroCm i1 ,-e.mmd
Monday night. each montb. ,' P.
31. Most Excell'ent.%Master Deftro
C. . D.%xtS. 11. D. C~K
High Priest. Serertar-.
Mannin.-r Ch pic-r. .\o. 19
-Order of Eastern Qtzar."
Reg.uar Meeting First TueA.ay
20. Each Month. at S O'elock P. M..
Mason=,e Hall. idtr wecome
(Xmis) FRA-NcE DAVLis. W. M
(XisS) XLMarnA DAVts. See
MAKES HENS LAY.
FOR SA LE BY
"Where quality reigns."
Misses Bessie and Loulie Harvin left
last Friday to visit their aunt at Orlan
Miss Mattie Appelt returned last Sat
urday from a visit to Charleston. accom
panied by her sister, Miss Augusta Ap
Two ambitious girs have joined the
boys' corn club. A number of other
fine girls will join the corn club boys
The Civic League will give a bazaar
in the old conrt house Wednesday, :Sd
instant. Many pretty and useinl articles
will be sold. Everybody invited.
Judge John S. Wilson has had a few
days off during the past week, but will
have to go back and hold court for sev
eral weeks 'at Walhalla, Pickens and
Mr. Frank Rawlinson, who lives near
Jordan. lost his barn by fire about '7
o'clock yestedy mor-ning. Besides
losingall his forage and feed stuff, sev
eral head of cows and hogs were
THE Trzxus'has received a printed
notice announcing that there will be
on the 22nd, inst., three meetings of
rural carriers in this State~ one at
Spartanburg, one at Florence and the
other at Orangeborg. The note is not
accomipanied with any one's name and
we do not know that it is authoritative.
Rev. J. D. Huggins, who was pastor
of the Baptist church at Paiville and
Home Branch several years, and who
went from this county to Fort Mill, has
just tendered his resignatiod as pastor
of the Charles Street Baptist charch at
Beaufort, to zake effect not later than
May 1st. Mr. Huggins has been pastor
of the church in Beaufort for the past
two years and has made hosts of
friends in that community. It has not
been announced wuhat new field he con
RZ. Rev. W. A. Guerry, D. D., Pro
restant Episcopal Bishop of the diocese
- of South Carolina, conducted divne
servuice in the Manning Presbyterian
church last Sunday night, assisted by
Rev. H. H. Covington, rector of the
Episconal church at Sumter, and Rev..
A. R. Woodson, pastor of the Presby
terian church here. The Bishop preach
ed an impressive and edifying sermon.
which was heard with rapt attention
by a large congregation. The musical'
features of the service were admirably
led by a special choir. Bishop Guerry
has many.. admiring friends in Man
ning who are always delighted to have
him make the town a v.'t.
Died at his home near New Harmony
Church. in the Fork of Black River,
last Thursday evening, Mr. Frank M.
Barwick, aged about 63 years. He was
a native of Clarendon county, and
had been twice married. His first wife
was a Miss Stone, whom he married in
in 1880, and to them were born four
children. His second wife was a Missg
Spigner, to whom he was married in
1895, and to them were born five chil
dren. Mr. Barwick was paralyzed about
foor-or Svre months preceding his death.
He was a member of New Harmnonir
Presbyterian Church His remains were
interred in the family burying ground
on Friday afternoon. Iev. A. Rt. Wood
son conducting the funeral service.
Conrt of General Sessions.
The February term of the Court of
General Sessions for Clarendon County
convened at 10 o'clock Moncay morn
ing with his Honor, Judge J. C. Klugh,
of the 8th circuit, presiding. Solicitor
Stoli, Stenographer Woods and all the
other officers were in their respective
places. but several jurymen were tardy
in apnearing. Judge Kiugh did not
give a~r exhaustive charge to the grand
jury, inasmuch as they had been
charged at length as to their duties by
Judge Wilson at the special term in
January when the new court house was
Trhe case against Peter Tindal. in
dicted for assault and battery of a high
and aggravated nature, which was con
tinued from the last regular ter:n of
court, was again coratinued.
David Wilder. charged with house
breaking and larceny, and was senten
ced to serve twelve months on the
Johnny Green, indicted for larceny
bf lire stock, was found guilty and sen
tznced :o two years on the chaingang.
Henry Green. indicted for murder.
arraigned and trial set for Tuesday
morning. after which court adjourned.
Tuesday morning Green was tried
and found not guilty. WV. C. Davis for
Jionnnie Green, indicted for lareeny
of live stock, was convicted and sen
tencedi to serve two years on chaingang
. r. Femin, cainang guard who
reeutlv shut aud ked Adazie Iaagin.
arn escpinc coviC. ra dr.
guilty of mu~rde".
Warren ant Weley iur-e-6 aud -e
.Jackson, indicted for housebreakintg
and larceny, not guity.
llenry Green, in:',--. r'arder
found not guilty.
;n the case of llat ti- leuno:i. the
negro girl charged with murder. the
"rand jury found no bil!.
\'inson .Montgomiery pleaded -uilty
of grand larceny aud was sentenced to
six months on the the gang.
M.\oses McKcnzie, alias Jim Juzius.
was convicted on a charge of larceny
of live stock and was sentenced to serve
three years and pay a line of ten dollars.
Johnny James pleaded guilty of as
sauit and battery of a hi gh and aggra
vated nature and was sentenced to pay
a fine of fifty dollars or be confined at
hard labor for six months.
The grand jury Lmade their zeneral
presentment and were discharge.i.
PRENTMENT OF GRAND JRtRY.
To Hi. Honor. T. C. Klugh. Presiding
We respectfully report that we have
considered and passed upon all bills of
indictment handed us.
We visited the jail in a body and beg
leave to report as follows: That the jail
is in about as good sanitary condition
as possible under the present conditions.
and we beg to recommend the following:
I. That stems be taken immediately to
connect the jail with the sewer system.
and if found practical to do so r.t once.
as the present facilities for disposing of
the refuse, is not only detrimental to the
health of the prisoners but the town at
II. We also rind that tL.e facilities of
the jail are inadequate for the safe keep
ing of the prisoners and we recommend
that two more cells be added.
III. We also find that the jailer is al
lowed only thirty cents each for the
maintenance of the prisoners, and in
view of the high cost of provisions we
feel that this is not sufficient and we
recommend that the per diem be raised
to forty cents, and that our delegation
now sitting in Columnbia Lie notified.
IV. In looking into the management
of the chain gang, we feel that the pres
ent manager. Mr. H. L..ohnson, is not
suited to the position and we respect
fully recommend that he be removed
and that a more suitable man be substi
In our vresentment at the June term
of court we recommended that more at
tention be given to the care of the stock,
and that a shelter be provided for them.
This has not been complied with and we
urge that steps be taken at once to do so.
The following committees have been
appointed for the year:
Committee on Chain Gan.-T. H.
Gentry, E. R. Coskrey and Hugh Mc
Committee on Public Buildings.--A.
G. Heriot, C. E. Cochran and W A. Dy
Committee on Education. -J. A. Rich
bourg, G. A. Broadway and W. T. Ken
Committee on Finances and Pubic
Records.-A. S. Briggs, L H. Harvin
and R. D. Cothran.
We further recommend, that in view
of the fact that. the ladies have formed
a Civic League for the purpose of beau
tifying the Court House grounds, that
the Supervisor lend them all the assis
We thank His Honor for all courtesies
shown us. All of which is respectfully
submitted. A. S. IRIGGS,
Shot at Pinewood, Died in Jail.
Last Saturday morning Henry
Springs, the colored porter at the Cen
tral Hotel. Pinewood, was shot and
mortally wounded while resisting arrests
on a charsree of unlaw fully selling liquor.I
The shooting was done by Special Dep
uty fl. F. DuBose, whn had been sent
by Sheriff E. B Gamble to make the
arrest on a warrant issued by Maelis
trate A. J. Richbourg upon the affida
vit of \Mr. Joseph Sor-ott. Mr. DuBose
found Springs at the depot, and when
he told hin, to consider himself under
arr-.. Springs asked '"what for?" and
started to back away. He then drew a
pistol and commenced to run, firing
twice at the officer and snapping the
pistol three times more. By this time
Mr. DuBose, who is a one-ar-med man,~
got out his pistoi and fired twice, the
frst shot striking Springs in the right
arm, disabling it, and the second enter
ing the body in the small of the back
near the spinal column. The wounded
man was put on the Orangeburg-Flor
Bnce train and brought to the jail in
Manning, arriving here in such a state
of shoek that an operation was not deem
ed advisable. The deputy- was not struck
by either shots fired by the negro.
The wounded man had prompt surgi
cal attention, but at no time was he
deemed to be in such condition to war
rant an operation until Monday night.I
The extent of internal injury done by
the ball that entered the back was very
uncertain, for there was no positive
evidence that any one vital organ hadi
bee injured. While l'e suffered a greatI
deal of shock Saturday, the wounded
man rallied very much Sunday. but by
Monday evening he showed marked de
pression and it became certain that he
would die if noctoperated on. while there
was a bare possibility that an operation
might prove beneficial. [t was found
that the ball, a 3d calibre, bad entered
the abdominal cavity. cu:ting a large
vein in the region of the left kidney and
puncturing the intestine, but the ball
itself could not be located. He stood the
operation fairly well, and next morning,
rallied sutficiently to request something
to eat Later, however, he began to
sink and died about 11 o'clock.
Coroner H. C. Baggett empaneled al
jury and began an inquest yesterday
afternoon, but-the hearing was adjourn
ed until 10 o'clock this morning to get
A t the con-lusion of the investigation
about noon today, the Coroner's jury
returned the following verdict: "-That
Henry Springs came to his death from
te effects of a pistol shot wound from
the hands of R. F. DuDose, fired in de
fence of his own life."
Oil Mill Ginnery Burned.
The ginnery at, the Manning Oil Mlill
was totally destroyed by fire about 11-30)
last Wednesday night. The property
destroyed included the building, ma
chinery outfi'. of six gins, press. etc .
about 150 tons of oil cake arnd i> bales
of linters that had been stored at tne
ginnery. The total loss is estimated at
about 88.00 with insurance amounting
to only $3,000. The origin of the fire is
a mystery. there being no positive evi
dence cf incendiarism, yet the fact that
the fire occurred at such a late hour and
that it was discovered shortly after the
night watchman had passed the ginnery
on his regular round, tend to discount
any idea that it might have been acci
dental. White the loss fails heavily on
the owners. yet thbe burning of the gin
nery does not interfere greatly with
business at this time, for the ginning
season is now practically over. It goes
withot saying that a new ginnery will
be erected and equipped with modern
machinery in time for the opening of
the next ginning season.
Hnr Roll of Swamp School.
Te following is the honor roll of the
Swamp School. Pinewood, for the month
Ad vanced De)tpartment. - Ola G ra'uam,
Bessie Galloway, Ilalph lleynolds and
intermediate D~epartment.--Eva Ar
dis. Esther Graham and lioy 31ims.
Primary Denartmnent.-i[luth Ged!
ings. Mlurry Graham and Letirand Ar
Itch cured in 30 minutes by Wool
f~rds Sanitary Lotion. N ver fails. Sold
The Boys' Corn lub.
La. hO' ort LhIb the folloing editor
ial eudorsement: Great interest is
awakened in corn culture. Counties all
over the state are forming corn clubs
and preparing for a great year in dem
onstration work. The county Sur*rin
teent of Education are busying then
'selves with the matter. encouraging
boy-, to join in what is little short of a
crusade. it costs nothing to join. Fach
boy is to pant just one acre. Ie may
select hi, own land. He may choose his
own fertilizer. He is supposed to work
it hinself thougn he may get, aid when
he wishe, it. .\lmost any school boy can
wor#- an acre of corn and never miss a
dav at sc-hool or a le:4.on on account of
the corn. In fact. if alh of us. young and
old. would work an acre of corn each
year, we would live longer. We think
that there is no more important ques
tion before the country to-day than this
matter of corn contest. For the good
the demonstrations will do the farmers
of today, for the etTect it will have on
the farming interests of tomorrow, for
the impetus it will give to diversifca
tion. we should enter the contest.
Following are the Petit and Grand
Jnrors drown to serve at the Court
of General Sessions which convenes
in Manning the 'nd Monday in Feb
ruary. Judge J. C. Klugh. presiding:
SECOND WEK PETIT .1tROLS%.
R L Morris, Turbeville.
H F Bosetuan. Aleolu.
G T Worsham. Lake City. R F D.
J A Gardner, Suturnerton.
D G Shorter, Davis Station.
A J Plowden, Sutuinerton. R F D.
F 0 Martin, Sutkmnerton. R F D.
J P Coleman, Davis Station.
Curtis Frierson, Wilson, F F D.
W A Avant. Sominerton.
F J Stukes, Jordan.
W G Frierson. Summerton, R F D.
W P Legz. Manning.
S T Ivy, Turbeville.
C H Castine, Turbeville.
I V Plowden. Manning, R F D.
J T Rhodus, Foreston.
J H Timmons, Manning, R F D.
A P Hill. Paxville.
J Franklin MeLeod. Alcolu.
J Robt Hodge, Alcolu.
W N Cobia, Suwmnerton.
C C Chewning, Manuing.
C E Joye, New Zion.
E L Langston. Lake City, R F D.
H L Tucker. Foreston.
H K Beatson. Manning, R F D
A J Tindal, Manning. R F D.
E B Andrews. Manning. R F D.
W D McClary. Suiumerton.
J C Dennis, Turbeville.
J R Bradham. Wilson. R F 1).
B L Broadway, Jr., Manning. R F
J E Tobias, Wilson. R F D.
M J Morris., Turbeville.
S Iseman, Manning.
Boys' Corn Clubs.
Boys, this is posibly the last call of
the season, and if you are interested in
this work. write me for application
blanks at once. I have just mailed to
the dep.rtment at Washing ton on.- hun
dred aad twenty-s--ven (12:) names of
boys who have joined for this vear That
list included several names handed me
at various times the past. few months as
well as those who have recently entered.
More than one huocred of them have
joined recently, so you can see we have
an up-to-date list. Various prizes will be
offered in the county by merchants and
others who desire to interest you in your
work. Several very valuable priz-s will
be given by the State-, and we arec anx
iou< for our Clarendon boys to get their
full shar-e of what :s going. You can get
our seed corn at various places which
ave been well advertised. The Excel
sior Seed Company at Cheraw. S. C., or
the Alexander See-d Company in Aug
usta, Ga., can likely supply any kind
you want. Write tham for price lists,
Among our names are two giris who
begged to be admittre, and I trust they
will make some of our boys "hustle."
Don't delay lon::er. If rou want to
get in our club lists for tnis year it is
time you cet busy and let us know it
And don't forget that you want to get
extremely busy in preparing that acre
to get the best results. Go in to win it
cost-s yotu nothing. whb all to gain. R
member, the results are yoaurs.
E. 3. BnoWNE.
County Superintendent Education.
Mrs. Ballock's Appointments.
It will be a pleasure to the many
friends of Mrs. Helen L Bullock to
learn that she is to ne in ManningI
again. Mrs. Bullock has bee-n working
in the State since January 2-. visiting
Carleston, Geogetown. Williamsburg,
Florence and Sumter counties, so far,
and she will remain in South Carolina
through March. Arriving Saturday.
she will speak at Jordan Sunday morn
ing, February 20. at 11 o'clock. and in
the Baptist church in Manning Sunday
night. The public are cordially in
vited to both these services.
Mrs. Bullock is the WV. C. T. U. Na
tional Superintendent of Mothers'
Meetings aind White Ribbon Recruits,
and on Monday afternoon Mrs. Rl. F.
Harlee, local superintendent of this
department, will give a reception from
4 to 6 o'clock. to which the mothers of
Manning will be invited to meet this
Tuesday, February 22, Mrs. Bullock
will go to Paxvide, where there is a
fourishing W. C. T. U.
MRS. JOSEPH SPRtOTT,
President W. C. T. U.
Editor The Maantrz' Ti~nce.:
The Christine Giles Concert Co. en
taned a full house ou last Wednesday
Linden Heveriy. the handcuff king,1
will be here next Thursday night. the
Miss Odell Barwick entertained a
few friends at her home on last Friday
evening in honor of her friend, Miss
Julia Sistrunk, of Manning. Numerous
games were played and every one speent
a delightful afternoon. Those pr esent
were Miss Sistrunk. Misses Annie
Reeves. Emily Hudson. Bessie Ged
dings, Mae and Bertha Grimfn: Messrs.
W. B3. Garrett, Clyde Geddings. Henry
Richardson. Alva Mims, Frank Burk
ett, Fred Grimai and Beasiey Biarwick.
The stores are no"- ekuong at a
o'clock in the evening and will con
tinue to do so until September lst.
Bishop Guerry will be here Thurs
day the 1lth. Services will be held in
the Presbyterian church at 8 o'clock
Messrs. H. F. Stack and WV. D. Ep
person are in Manning this week at
Mr. C. EC. .Jones, of Sumter-. spent
sometime here this week on busine-s.
Mr. Olin Munorlyn, of Charleston.
spent last Sunday here on a visit to his
Mrs. J. P'. Lawrence is visiting rela
tives in Augusta. A. IP. T.
Another New Industra. in Our Town.
A most remarkable. interesting and
useful industry is operated in our town
at J. L. 'Wei's barber shop. I: is the
nlating business of Mr. P. Cannell who
has with him in full operation all ap
pliances necessary in his vocation. The
workc done by Mr Connell has :iven
ertire satisfact ion and will compare
favorably with work done by the most
skillful artisan. A few moments con
versation with him and an examination
of his work will convince the most
skeptical of the merits of his work.
which consists of plating knuives, forks,
spons sugialand dentalinstruments,
westher irs samifrcte. or.Con
Mr. Thomas. of . .- i
the plating bu'iness of Mr.
Dr Poes ultry Pan-a-cea cure- dI-;
ea-e. -::aces hens lay. Sold ar.d recom
mended by Weinber's Grocery.
For Sale Cheap. - One Engine and
Boiler. .\pply to C. F. IRawlinson x
Co.. Davis Station. S. C.
Dr. Hess Instant Louse Killer. kilis
Lice. Sold and rn-ommended by Wein
For Sale--Five-room house and lot on
principal street in town of Manning.
A bargain R. L. Bell. Manning. S. C.
Dr. Hess Stock Food produces healtb,
Ilesh and milk. Sold and recommended
by Weinberg's. Grocery.
Iice Flour-Thirty-tive tons fresh
from the mills. Best and cheapest feed
for horses, cows and hogs you can buy.
Booth-Harby Live Stock Co.. Sum
ter, S. C.
Van Orsdell of orangeburg. the well
known high-grade photographer. will
be in Manning February 15 to 'N -no
longer. Tent in rear of The F. N. Wil
son Insurance Agency' Xoffce.
Corno Hen Feed. The feed of quality.
Try one sack and be convinced. .\akes
hens lay. Weinberg's Grocery.
The new firm of Shaw & Drake.
Sumter. S. C.. has handled live cars of
mules and horses since they opened.
about one car a week. This shows what
close prices will do.
Rice Flour-Thirty-five tous fresh
from the mills. Best and cheapest feed
for horses. cows and hogs you can buy
Booth-Harby Live Stock Co., Sum
ter. S. C.
Many of our readers will recall the
excellent photographs that Van Orsdell
made here several years ago. He will
be here again February 15 to 26th. In
rear of the ofhlee of the F. N. Wilson
Rice Flour-Thirty-five tons fresh
from the mills. Best and cheapest
feed for horses, cows and hogs you can
buy. Booth-Harby Live Stock. Co..
Sumter. S. C.
Dr. Clifton's Engagement.
Dr. Cliftou. Eye. .Ear, Nose and
Throat Speciali-t. a: Zeigler's Phar
macv. in Manning. three days this
week, Thursday. Friday and Saturday.
17. 18, and 19. Patients will please call
The Mutual Life Insurance Company of
Columbia. S. C.. November 27tb. 1909.
To Whom it may Concern:
This is to atainse that Mr. Isaac M.
Loryea. of Sumter. S. C., has been duly
appointed a Special Agent to represent
thi. Company and is authorized to tran
act such business as relates to the pro
duction of new business.
We will appreciate a careful consid
eration of the propositions to be sub
mitted by Mr. Lo)rvea.
F. H. HYATT.
Manager for South Carolina.
Qr-After February 15th. for two (2)
weeks, all communications should be
addressed to Isaac M. Loryea, Special
A gent, care Louis Cohen & Co., Char
leston. S. C.
ONEY' TO LEND). An amount of
IMoney has been placed in my hands
to lend on Real E..tate. A pply to
JOSEPH F. RH AME.
Manning. S. C.
A. J. WHITE & CO.,
W. E. JENKINSON CO.
We have bought the Undertaking
Department of W. E. Jenkinson Co.
~nd will keep on hand a complete line
of Cottins and Caskets. We are also
prepared to do Embalming. Will also
carry a line of Picture Mould ings and
Glass for framing pictures.
Under Masonic Hall.
A. J. WHITE & CO.,
A. J. WHITE. JR., Mgr.
The Old Reliable Is
WILL BE LOCATED AT
MANNING, S.C..- FEB 15, to 26.
Positively No) Longer.
Groups charged~ Extra. Price.. quotedl at
Sudio. Strictly Grade A PhotoN. One-half
dozen. 6:.00. One Dozen 535t0-cabinet '..
\ icw..u reidnce.. tataly Group'.. ni.mal.
Homes. etc. All late'.t ..tyles irn F'oder in
Platnu~m and Se pi.. t-iccs.
Honest. Good Work
ilrin;:h HN.iabies. to \'an. Sittin~ made dtur
ing cloudy or rainy as well as air we-ather.
Old pictures copied and enlred in P'a%cd,
Crayon. and wae coor-spcil
Rtemmbr my Ntay is~ limited. ,.o do fat he'.
.ate. but com-ecarly and1 avo.id the ru'.h. Pit bhce
invited to ca.! at Studio and examine display ot
VAN ORSDELL. Artist.
in prescription work.
T HE lirst essentia' of p)rescrp
tion value is the purity of the
ingredients. All our drugs are se
lected for their purity and have
been ttd for sren:th. W. know
theyr ai righ.
qu'ality drugs and ei.e
we know ou-i re very low.
Not eniv do youi save money
when you buy her. but you are
sure of the proper resultN.
J. A. ZEIGLER, Mgr.
flanning, S. C.
Aigent for Park .x- Tilfojrd's
Mules, Surreys, Harness,
and everything in this line sold by an up-to-date
call on us. After you buy. if not as represented.
we will make it right. Just received, car of
Fine Horses and Mules.
SHAW & DRAKE,
Nos. 10. 12 and 14 Sumter Street. SUMTER. S. C.
Local and Long Distance 'Phone. No. 553.
A one-story eight-room house, with barn, stables, and other
valuable improvements, on one-half acre lot, on West Bonn
dary Street, in Manning.
PEOPLES' TOBACCO WAREHOUSE
A large tobacco warehouse. Building alone cost about $5,000.
On eighty three hundreth of an acre, Church Street, Man
ning. S. C. Will seli one third interest for $1,050.
One hundred and sixty-five (165) acres five miles of Man
ning. Boanded by lands of J. A. Gibson, L. R. Gibson. and
Two hundred and ten (210) acres five miles Nortbeast of Man
ning. Bounded by lands of D. W. Alderman, C. H. White,
and J. E. Kelly.
All this property will be sold at very low figures, either for
all cash, or part cash and balance on time.
A 9-horse power gasoline engine is offered for sale at a bar
&TORE FOR RENT
The store building heretfore occupied by the WV. E. Jenk
inson Company is offered for rent. Possession can be given
in about forty days.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS
Having. disnosed of the stock of general merchandise, all
accounts will now be placed in the hands of our attorneys
W. E. JENKINSON CO.,
Manning, 5. C.
THE MANNING HARDWARE CO.
- STABLISHED 1N rS97.
Potware, Stov es, Ranges, Oils
Z Heaters. Wire Fencing, Pis
Sporting Goods, Baint
Pocket Knives, Br ushe,
Razors, Shears Pumps.
Shells. Nails, Sheet Iron.,
and Wagon Material. z
THE MEANNING HARD WAR CO.
BU66IES. WAGONS. H ARNESS.
Lime. Cement,Acme Wall Plaster. Shingles.
Laths. Fire Brick. Clay. Stove Flue
Drain Pipe. &c.
HAY AND GRAIN.
Oats, Wheat, Rye, and BarlIey. A c-arload or a snl
article. Come and see us. if unable to do. write or
phone No. 10.
IBOOTH ARBY IVE STOCK CO.
SUMTER. S. C
TO THE TINES OFFICE.
Have Been To I
J. H. Rigby's
WHAT DID YOU PURCHASE?
Chambreys, Linens, Ginghams
and Percales. These are for School
Dresses for the Girls and House
Dresses for myself. Oh! he has the
prettiest line I have ever ssen, and
they are cheap, only
8c., 10c. and 12 1-2c. Per Yard.
Did you see those ready made Shirt
Waists? Yes, I purchased several
of them, they are the prettiest in town
and only $1. and $I-75 each.
His entire line of
Spring Dress Goods.
and Notions will be in next week; I
am going back there-I'll meet you
there. G ood-bye-Good-bye.
Jo H. Rigby,
"The Young Reliable,"
The Sumter Iron Works,
SUMTER, S. C.
Under New Management.
MACIllNERY AND SUPPLIES.
truthers-Wells Steam Engine.
Stover Gasoline Engine.
Nagle Boilers, all sizes and types.
Central Foundry and Machine Co.
~Vance Saw Mills and Wood-working Machinery."
The Buicks & E. M. F.
All types carried in stock for immediate shipmant.
ll at the right prices and on satisfactory terms.
Drop us a line for full particulars. Give us a trial and let
s show you. Yours very truly,
The Sumter Iron Works.
you can get what yo ik and wil like
Swhat 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,
~Fall Overcoats, i
iRain Coats, Hosiery, I
IUnderwear, Neckwear, i
3 Sweaters, Gloves, !
IShoes, Hats, Shirts,
Sall ready here for Ladies' Men. Youths' and