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TEODY IS IRRECONCILABLE.
111 rrtatLi oppohi n to itmos
Wl I H Kt PI 111.H \\ M \.
I im i. wuii Mmmi n???? Pfo
ix?* , ( umhin in. n \\ iili (Mil Line
HcpuhIN an Mm hin*?Jin. Much la
??f \bmlmni Lincoln
New York. Jan. 9. -Theodore
H<?ns? veil rep.n ?I to,lav to a proposal
ad\aii ..1 by Krank A. Munsey yester
d*> to bring the Progressive and Re?
public in parties together. He said:
"I am simply speakirsj as one of th ?
men In the ranks of the Progres?
sive party l'ers? nally 1 strongly feel
that we should no mve enter Into a
combination with the Republican ma?
chine than with the Democratic ma?
chine. I firmly believe that ail g"-*
Profresshes who may happen yet to
adhere to either the Republican party
or the Democratic party will, In the
end. see that the chaace for honest
government lies only In the Progres?
"To my mind the whole attitude of
those at present responsible for the
leadership snd management of the
R^publlcsn party shown that It would
be folly to tr> o combine with them.
I'ntll the managers of the Repu?
blican party learn that theft and fraud
and swindling the people and Impos?
ing the will of the bosses, when they
declare by a two to one majority at
the primaries in the reverse way. is
not the method In which to achieve
Republican institutions. It is idle to
discuss getting together with them.
The doctrine of the present Re?
publican managers about the courts is
Just at present being practically ap?
plied in Idaho. The courts of Idaho
are acting along the lines that Mr
Tsft. Mr. Barnes and the other Re?
publican le.iders uphold and defend
The Progressives take the same view
of the Idaho case that Abraham Lin?
coln took of the Dfsd Scott case. We
take the same view of justice that
Lincoln took and ?f the rights ot the.
people to be masters of the con?tltu
iton. of the courts and of the congress
that Lincoln tcok.
Hit. mil IN or Wi.l di IU..
\duittiKtrntlofi lliiilillug or ri'ttln
I 111 \ * f t \ DeMroietl?ism- J '.stl
gSJMed to I \c c.t $75.000?Htilhllitg
Will He Re|?ltt<-e<l by Hand-onie
i ?n-iigel urg
v the largest Bret
?nlng when the
of Clatlln nnl
%ei*u*. u 11*410 coiie^e supported by
lb N. ? ? rn Meth d t church, was
p .0 ti< 11. v d?-st!-o . ed by in e. The
alarm was ?ent In about 11.to o'clock
this morning and when the Pre de?
partment reached th. S . ne. the roof
was a mass of tlames. The origin of
the rlre is a myst. i > When discover?
ed, the tire was a roaring Manic, ap?
pearing to have been burning some?
The main bull tng was a three
sto?y brick structure and a very large
budding. In this building wnn lo?
cated class rooms, girls' dormitory,
president's office and other olllces,
dining room, kitchen in annex, etc
All of the students were gotten out
of the building In safety. A large
amount . f the students personal ef?
fects were IgiVOd and some personal
property of the college, but the loss
of personal ptoperty was gn it
Th. I.irg.- m ;.n hoihhng < f the Slat,
college for n> groes. wheh Is a fou
story building, was in close proximity
to the lire. but at no time was in
serious (lane r of destruction About
two years ago Ladham hall, girls'
dormitory of the State college, was
destroyed ry fl.e. entailing a loss of
Mb. ut 940.11oi).
There was a stiff win I during the
fire, but luckib, to. wind blew in the
most favor 1 bh dlfSCttan to prevent
spread of lire ti? adjoin.ng buildings.
Although tie- Prem? 11 toUghl valiantly,
the wind f inned Ihs flames and the
I u.,ding a is r- din ? d <?. ash- s e\. pt
the kitchen annex Sfhlefe w . 1 M ?? I
The fire w as ? n> of Me- i rg. st ... -
curr'.ng In ??rang? barg for B long t.m
and the largest lire ever happening
her. m whb h inly one building was
The budding destroyed >a .i rslued
at between 17 ft, oat and liaa.aaa, The
lassAfsjawe tarried saou the budding
nm.iiiii.il 1.. j.',e...te ipjg Hie amount
carried on the fnnitur? iggoynted le
9f>.oS0. n- K.u 1 total ..I 11 ft, SSI in
suranee Im |? m Imn. n. presi?
dent of ?Matiin untvetsit . stated lhai
the school w.-uid run smoothl) along,
as pbn'\ of loom aould be provided
In other balMMngi ful Is 1 r ?. ms and
dormitory a- ? on m< 1st ion* Dr. bun
ton stated th:'t Ho- oltnlnlstmtlon
building WOUld be ebulll I.R 1
possible and that a 111 agnlfl tit ItrUC?
iure would as. sreeled 1 ?> rcpl .<?.? the
one destroyed, Tin present Claflln
unKersit\ plant is valued il over
I .101 Diet
Mrs Auid. of Baal.
hag daugbt. 1. .\lf Rttgt 11
on Waat Ufts n> .-ii.. 1
GOVERNMENT SCORES VICTOR1
IN AN I I- I Kl HT HI IT.
iv mm.nit m Order Again*- Eaateru
Malen Una i Lumber Dealer-* \
h i 111?hi Granted.
New t*orki Jan. I.?The govern?
ment's petition for ? perrnnneni in
lunetloa agalnet lbs Bastern states
W tail Lumber Dealers ?snoclatlon,
alleged tu be ? combination In re?
straint of trade, was granted toda>
by the federal district OOUrt Final
arguments ft r and against th?' Injunc
Uoa were made ;i few weeks ago.
The defendants include also the
New York Lumber Trade association,
the Building Material Men s aaeochv
tion. New jers? v Lumbermen'i Pro?
tective aatoclatlon. the Ratall Lum?
bermen's association, the Retail Lum?
bermen's Association of Baltimore, the
Lumber Exchange of the District of
Columbia and others.
The government's pe tition, asked in
1911, alleges that the defendants were
engaged in a conspiracy in restraint
of interstate trade, operated through
the Instrumentality of blacklist,
fines and expulsions from member?
ship and that by trade agreements
they arbitrarily fixed prices.
In the petition the government
asked that the defendants be per?
petually enjoined from making any
contract or combination In further?
ing.? ..f their conspiracy. By today's
decision this is granted,
Of sui* r\Koi of Sumtcr County, s. C.
I hi ember 1-31. ttll.
Roads ami Bridge*,
-'249- J. B. Terry, |ffl ft, lbr.
labor and hauling, 9.1 I
2222?Jake Brogdon, label
and lumbeTi 1.S5
111*1?Wl ft Miller. 172?; yds.
11?" I ? Sim Basis .labor and
ISM?Neal spann, labor and
ItSI?W. A. James, 960 feel
lumbar, labor, hauling*! 83.00
lilt?W. D. Truluck. 1901 ft.
lumber, I St. 2D
lit I?J. T. McNeill. 1791 It
2290- J. H. Holland, payt. Iltc
2297?c. o, Born, labor and
2347?Thon, J DuBoae, haul?
ing, labor, 9.50
2353 ?McBride & Wairen, 200
it lumbar, hauling and
? -J. 11 Holland, payt tilg.
? mg 171 hrs. 17.10
2365?Porter Chatham, haul?
ing, labor, nails, 3,00
Iff I?(j,.,, Marlin 194 ft.
2370?gam Green, labor, haul?
ing, nails 1 98
1271? m. L Hodge, Itll ft,
3377?J. m. Truluck. hauling
and labor, 4S.1I
2271?W. D. Mel.'. 207 yds.
grading, moving fence, 21.49
Ittt?A at, Davis. putting
down pipe, 2.50
-J. H Holland, payt fltg.
gang 171 hrs. 17.10
1221 Jamal Pariner, driv?
ing machin?-. :: 00
2399?J. A. Boy kin. labor Nr
24 29?J. M. Kolb. 752 ft.
2430?l. s. sVeidoM. hauling,
8424 - J. w ndom. lumber and
2 137?-YV. T. Proctor, lumber
and labor, 1.00
1139 J. H. Holland, pty, Dtg,
24 40- K. M. Brown, work on
bridge. 2.7 5
Total, , 1190.99
- 17 : I'. B Thomas. Co. com 41.00
-37 1? \V. J. Young. Co. Com. 46.an
3376?B, T. Mlms. Co. Cunt. It.l '
.'37?;?Jno. I, Brogdon. Co, Com. 29.00
9227?-?J, H? Holland, overseer
Pita*, gang, 10.00
2222 ? D, b. Brunaon, overteer
and sal. 1st guard. I1B.O0
2290 \V. A. James. 2nd guard, 40.00
23*2?P. M. Pitts. Co. Supvr. 133.21
2393?J H. Haynaworth, Bupt.
of education, 108.37
3294 .1 R, Humter, cik. to com. 90.00
?j ?s. I'. Blowers. Cmner. 41.07
2290?R. B. Wilder, tAuditor 14.40
9397 Alex Norrie, Rural police, s I .9;
? > 1 *.. t'. Wallace, t !o. Tre is. 41.1?:
1 100 11 Pnrrott, Clerk. C.
c. p. 100.00
1401 Ja? Mlckene, Janitor. 25.00
2403- W H Epperson. Sheriff In:::::
P, U Player Mac 1st 1?. I3.R0
Oeo, P, I ?esC humps,
Mai 2nd Wet, 12.(0
-n,7 B. L. B Wells, Mag.
3rd inst. 33.13
340? J. I? Hodge, Mag. Bh
W J. Reee, Mag, 5th
:.' 110 H B. Burl., u. Mag 6th
I ?ist 29 11
2411 .1. L Olllla, Mag. 7th
I ?ist. 1 2 .".??
2112 ? m. I?. Weaver, Con. let
1113 -B. P. t *h mdler, t 'op 8nd
1 ?ist. v a \
3411 W, .1 I ?inktna, Con 3rd
I Mat, 2 5.00
-116- J T. n...b..-. < \ n lib
I ?ist. 1 ?? 1.1
8419 J J Geddings, Con, 5th
l>lst, 1 i.67
-117 11 i?. Roy kin. Con 9th
1 Hi * 1 ?;.?; 7
9411 R P Ciown. Con 7th
I i-t. >. :; t
3419 H. ?? llradhntn Over
at er Her. No, 1 15,00
24 ?0 A. B Grooms. Over?
se?-r Her. N'o. L'. |i?.""
.'t'.'1 Sam Newman, It, police H3 3"
2412 .1 \V M i a Ide. It Poll? . K?.37
3123 -B I? Jennings, Co, \tt) 25.00
! 4 2 i H.H.? Niteen, Mil of Bi 1 R.00
'?. . H H Edmunds, 1 id, of
1 die it|on, 1 5,00
Total. j1.7>'. 83
151 I*.. I ? Mio h. 11. dietr .
wrash X 01 1111.1 ?.".
'.'77 1 turns Hdw. Co hall Ifl
2 *?'? I M Cbandb 1 ? loth
-SI?-Sumter !'. Cr Co. dry
2S2?<ieo ii. Hurst, 1 mat?
286 t' i. Lemmon, M. ' K
med. nt tent Ion, 25.25
346?Win. Thomas, transptg.
I pris. 2 loads frt. payt.
f eight, 5.00
Total, 1232.98 |
'250 - .1 Mlms, 40 6-88 bu,
corn, 7 i.s3 j
862 Blhert's l >rug Store, 2
synga, med for mule, 1.50 I
:'?;:;?Burns-Lowry Co. har?
ness. 7.5 5
jr. 1?Sumter Qro, I!o. supplies
Ber. Dlv, B.45
?265?Boyle L. S. Co., 1 har?
row and lr? ight, 26.25
(266 I >. .1 ('handler i !lo. Co,
clothing, rel. prisoner, 6.00
(26 ? W, It. Boyle, 30 b. corn. 30.00
1869?DuRanl Hdw. Co. tools
ami hammers, 11.07
* j 7 m?Sumter HdW ('o. shovels. 12.13
1172 -W. T. Hall, repu'rs, .00
274?W. H. Vales. supplies
Sor. dlV. 5.IS
1171?Booth-Harby L. 8. Co. 32
hu. corn, 29.75
227?; Ryttenberg Ac C" 100
Iba butts, 9.75
227 7?Burns Hdw. Co. harness 7.10
228 4?J. A. Parrlsh, frt. &
dray, tent. Con. clothing;, 1.83
2286?G. A. Nettles, 38 1-3 bu.
2288?City of Sumter, convict
2292?j, ft Brunaon, 73 lbs.
beef and wood, 9.30
ISM- -Fulton Hag & Cotton
Mills, 17x9 tent, 17.20
2350?K. Hodge, putting in
new pole, wagon, 1.25
2360?H. (). Rradham, 29 1-1
bu. corn, 29.50
23o2?U. W. Rradham, repairs, 17.50
2372?J. R, Sumter, express
1881 ?J. J. Whihlen, repairs, 37.60
8388- J. A. Brunson, l shot
212s' K Honey. Agt. frt on
i ans. 4.22
1132?1 >. W. I >w< a . transptg.
?, prisi ners. 2.00
I''1 '.urns-Lowry Co. broom, .75
2277?Burns Hdw, Co. oil
heater and oil, 4.55
8884?J. a. Parrlsh, ft. dray
2281?w m\ Dlstfg. Co, 8 ea
T. paper, 17.00
1291?J. B. Holmes, 10 hrs.
Work C. H. grounds. 1.00
2299? Sumter Lighting < '<>.
Lights. November, 31.20
2300? ?Henry Burroughs, l load
2::*.l?J. a. Parrlsh, frt, dray. .89
8311 ? G. K. Hohnes, 2n 1-2
hrs labor. 2.S5
2U1?J. B. Richardson, work
on c. H. 150
225v?W, H. Epperson, dletg.
286 7?Centra] Lumber Co, 180
ft. H. T. lumber, 4.72
8888?C. J. Lemmon, M. D.
med. attention. 4.7"
2299?Sumter Lighting Co,
lights, November, 5.80
1887?Ant nia B. Gibson, nurs
Ins Tuberculosis patients 10.00
8868-?Walker-Evans sV Cogs?
well < 'o. ?>tg.. binding. 61.47
2859 W? H. Epperson, office
expenses, November, 3.00
22?iii?Standard < >il Co, 50
gal gasoline, 8.50
22?'.l?Jenkins Aut... Bpec. Co.
8883 ? Bibert'i Drug Store.
vaccine points. .7 5
2271?J. J. Brltton & Sons,
i coffin, pauper, 7.26
8879 -Knight Bros, pencils,
pub, monthly report. Oct. 8.5s*
8372 -J. D, Epperson, sum.
Cor. Jury, 2.oo
2279?s. c. Baker, If. D,
post mort. exam, and
1885?C. J, Lemmon, M. D.
2290 -J. U. Bumter, paid for
3 L. D. phone rnea .90
23 is?.T. R, Sumter, stamps.
89 49 -B. c. Wallace, stamps,
839 i?ll. B, Boykln, transptg.
pris to jail and ret. 2.00
2361?J. J. Geddings, transptg.
pris. to jail and ret 2.50
1390?Wallace ,v- Moses,
bonds: sheriff, Bupvr,
2126 ?H. L. B. Wells, rent of?
8437?Jno, I? Epperson, sum.
2 Cor, juries.
2433?R. L McLeod, coma
as- notary public.
2435 Harry Weeks, work on
2 142?1 'avid I ?i< ks. 1 load
2449 - Miss Antonia Gibson,
sevlces as nurse.
2369?11. < \ Wallace, court ex?
penses, fall t? rm, 2.7 I3. 1.".
it ?ad Improvement Pnnd.
22V! West on It rook es Quarry
Co., 5 c. I stone, 156.62
22v'? -Joe Brooks, .">'.?i s'ds
i 22! 1 -Shed 1 'hlsom, 1 08 1 eil,
\ ds gi adln '. 92.1 1
I 2352 m. Goode Homes, on act.
I" Idge, 60.00
2:: r,:. ?Joe I Irooks, .""7 yds,
2356' Bhed Phlsom, 1023 cu,
v i|m., 6 II It, J .Is. 1 20.70
2 :". 7 K. nnedy Bros, 17?. 7 ft.
dr< w ed lumber, 95,3 I
j 23 N T .1. Kennedy, carpen?
ter w ofk. 3.75
[ 2363 .1 W I '? I 'avis, carpi n
t. 1 work, 6.25
236 1 I? I Woolen, carpenter
231 .' 11 I \V< >ot< n, carpi nlcr
work 1 2.00
236 8 I ? \ I: ufftn, carpenter
w 01 k, :;.7r.
2379 .1 W II Davis, 1 da
9 hrs, bridge carp. 12 00
2380 sii. .1 1 hlsom, 262 I -2
? a yds., 21 55 I: yds 1 16 1 6
2 184 \ m tirci nth id. on ict.
Bupl. brldgi . 30.00
2 Mi ; Sh. d ('hlsom, 200 yds
2406 .1".- I'.r. ok . R85 yds.
grading. 30 60
2431 H v Rom?, \gt, fr!
on 1 ?'? el, 50.05
'.' I:'. \ sied I' h i -' an. grading
a nd dltchlnu. 10 09
:' \ 1: .1 Kenned . carpen?
ter work, 1.0 5
2?ii H l\ Wallace. Trens
nmt. borrow* <l EL and
B. sa 9.29
Cx-Confederate Pensions, December.
301 w. J. Atkinson, 3.00
302 \v. i; Xorton, 3.00
303- ?W. A. Partln, 3.00
304 ?Wen 8unders, 3.00
306- I;. B. s.i ndet s, 3.00
306? K. ft. Thames, 3.00
307? T. \v. Pritchard, 3.00
308 T. <;. w. Geddings. 3.00
309? J. L. Ardis, 3.00
310? Jos, Lewis, 3.00
3 1 1 ?Henl y I >a\ Id, 3.00
?' l 2?Jas. Allsbroi kf 3.00
313- H. M. Spann, 3.00
:;i I?Abram Ardis, 3.00
315? H. X. Idol, ::.??((
316? W. A. W. Idon, 3.00
IT?Sumter Belk, :;.<>'?
31 8? ! lenry Mori is. 3,00
? p. \\\ Rurgees, 3.00
320? Jam, s 1 lorn, 3.00
321? J. M. Smith, 3.00
323?M. J. .Morris. 3.00
3.23?J. W. Partin. 3.00
334-?P. I). Cooper, 3.00
325? T. Benenhaley, 3.00
326? B. M. Powell 3.00
3U7?J. M. Geddings, 3.00
(328?G. W. Scott, 3.00
339 ? Hampton Lee, 3.00
330?M. H. Boykln, 3.00
?Qeo. Hancock, 3.00
133?A. H. Weeks, 3.00
'333?Henry Scott, < 3.00
?334?Jno. Outlaw, 3.00
3336?J. P. Windham. 3.00
1836?Irhy S. Windham, 3.00
337?W. J. Brunson. 3.00
>33S?Jno. Turner. 3.00
'339? S. J. Brown. 3.00
>34o?D. H. Boykln, 3.oo
?341?L. J. Bradford, 3.00
>34 2?W. it. Lackey, 3.00
343?W. J. Ardis, 3.00
1344?J. T. Hays, 3.00
1346 ? E T. Windham, 3.00
Dec. 1-31?To reed, from:
5 3-4 Co. Ordinary tax, 2,532.30
8 mills and 7 per cent 1911
Road Tax? -. 534.00
leo. T. DesCham ps, State vs.
Willie Jones, 10.00
J. L. ?Ullis, State VS.
Ed Saxon. 5.00
J, B. Glllia, State vs.
license small show, 3.00
P. B. Player, State vs. Tom
F\ B. Player. State vs. Daniel
P. B. Pi iyer, State vs. Solo?
mon and Lena Davis. 35.00
P. B. Player, state vs. D.
Goodman, D. Co. 20.<n?
W. j. Rees, State vs. W. T.
B. B. Burkelt. State vs.
Ernest Peterson, 10.00
B. l. Burkett, state vs.
< 'has. Jackson, l O.OO
B. B. Burkett, State vs.
Richard Holliday, 26.00
ii. B. Burkett, State vs.
Jno. Dargan, 10.00
B. B. Burkett, State vs.
Sam Goodman. 10.00
Every Claim is Backed by Local Tes?
If the reader wants stronger proof
?ban iho following statement and ex?
perience of .i resident of Sumter,
v ! at can U bo7
... M. Folsom, 101 Hampton ave
\ : \ inter. S. C, .'ays: '1 read
ibout Doan'J Kidney Pills when 1
WiXM .-altering irom kidney trouhl?.
tnd 1 procuerd a box at China's Drug
3U rc. My back ached for some time
tnd if 1 made a quick movemeni. 1
had sharj) twinges throughout m>
body. Alter sitting for awhile. I had
to lift myself up by main force. The
kidney secretions were unnatural and
filled with sediment. Doan's Kid
r . y Pills v'aw nn entire relief and
after taking them 1 enjoyed good
health. I have no hesitation what?
ever in giving Doan's Kidney Pills
my endorsement." (Statement given
in March 1908.)
On January 7, 191;. Mr. Fol3om
was Interviewed and he said: "I have
no reason whatever to chango my
hitfh opinion of Doan's Kidney Pills
and I gladly contlrm my former en?
dorsement of them. The benefit this
remedy brought me haj been perma?
For sale by all dealer*. Price 50
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo.
N. w York, sole agents for the United
Remember the n a me- Do.in's?
and take no Othed. Mo. IT
Geo. H. Hurst,
I NDERTAKKR A M) E3IBALMER,
Prompt attention to day or night
AT GUI J. D. CRATG STAND, 3o2 \
Oil) Phone MO. Night Phone 201.
Tiie Jewelry Store
You U'Hl generali) hint that It's
an altogether superior article.
! la \ en'l \ on not U cd it ?
Y?it costs more, hill think what
you urc getting.
Why, offen the handle? in one of
the umbrellas that we sell coal
more?aie worth more?than
half a do/on dry goods store
\ Kplciulid M'MH'tloil \\e show!
Wotihlu'l you like to mv |f*
95.0(1 to 930.110,
VN e eiigrnve tin in tree of charge.
W. A. Thompson,
.IKW 1 I I It V\l> nl'l'l. \V
Ii L Burkett, State va
I 'levels nd I >a i na n,
Ii. L. Burkett, Stat.- vs.
1 Geo. Ketth,
lt. U Burkett, Btate va
: i'<? L. Ilurkett. Btate \i
1 .Im.<. Jenkins,
R. iBurkett, Btate va.
License small Bhows,
IT. L. B. We Ii?, Mal.- va
j Moultrie Williams,
| 11 L l'.. w. Iis. Btate vs.
Mary j. k. Murphy,
li ?B. Wells, Btate vs.
Richard Du Kant,
'1. L B. Wells, Stat.- vs.
1 Ii. L. L. Wells, Btate vs.
II. L. B. WellS, State \ s.
U. L. B. Wells, State \s.
.1. iL Sanders,
II L. B. Wells, State vs.
If. L. 15. Wells, State vs.
i mill ?\ H. Sinking F.
l-s mill R. I. Slaking F.
1-S mill R, I Bltlktng F.
1-8 mill C. H. Sinking F.
6 3-4 mill Co. ordinary tax, 84,446.44
5 3-4 mill Road Tax, 882.00
F. m. Fitts, amt. borrowed
R. and F.. 899 2'.'
Dec. 1. To balance:
Co. Ordinary, $3,646.09
ltoad Improvement, 9,800.72
C. H. Sinking Fund, 69.31
R. [. Sinking Fund, 69.31
Amounts received rrom all
:'.\ paid Warrants, Account
i '." : ': n< 1 bridgt I,
s.t I art es,
Publ i tuildlngs.
(Toni i gent.
i '<<<;i ? spensj s,
l n. U ns,
R. l. Fund.
I iy but. I '<?. I ordinal y.
I 1 1,886 35
1,7 s 5. S3
1 3 5. (t<i
By ha*, itoad Improvement, 6,.6
Clerk to Co. Commissioners.
Real Fstnff l*igasten,
11? is it. Hodge t<? B. R. Hodge,
right title and interest in and to tract
of 1 " acres in Private?-! township,
Z W. Wines to Du Rant McFadden,
lot on College Avenue, $850.
H <). Goodman to A. J. Coleman,
tract of 22 acres, $1,320.
J. L, Goodman and Harriet A.
Goodman to A. J. Coleman, tract of
3 2 acres, $1,920.
Mary A. Brunson, trustee, to Isaac
Schwartz, et al, 12.45 acres in coun?
By I s . C. H. Sinking F.
By al. K. I. Sinking F.
65 5. so
i R. gumtcr,
P. M. PITTS,
W TE wish ro express to our patrons and the public
yy generally cur appreciation of the patronage
given us in the past year, and we believe we
are better prepared now to take care of your orders
than ever before.
We have added sever?! items to our already
large line, and we believe it will be to your interest to
investigate them before buying elsewhere. One of
these items is a line of Improved Gas Ranges, whxh
have all of the points of a capable, labor-saving de?
vice. Many other articles just as good, we have
added, which we are unable *:o mention for lack of
space at this time, but we ask you to call and have us
Again we thank you for your patronage in the
past and ask for a confinuam e of same during the
P ftiiltant Hriu7 fa
We offer for sale om- Celebrated Eiden Gem GaatakMspe seed*
grown ami reselected at Rock) Ford, I lorado, ander the peenoaal
supervision of our Mr. s. C. Mayo, of Reddick, Fla. There uro
none bettor to he had. Prices on application.
? JOHNSON-BROWN CO., Albany, Ga.
Or S. C. Mayo, Reddick, Fla.
Vorit OLD TEETH.
You v -ill be surprised to know what
Dr. C. I. Courtney can do with your
? ?id teeth.
He can increase their usefulness
many ! un s; can posatbly add others
to them Improving your locks as well
as your health.
Delays are dangerous and always so
with ecayed teeth.
Sumter Dental Parlors,
H. COURTNEY, Prop.
i>\ l ATKINSON'S MilXINER1 RTORJC.
WHi N ED OF A GOOD WORK
EASY. HONEST AND WELL MADE.
Ask For the
Witherspoon Bros. Shoe Mfg. Co.
SUM PER, s. c.
Sold by all RESPONSIBLE merchants
Buy them and cut your Shoe 25 per cent.