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Bell & Reardon Opp. Coffey & Rligby's Stable, Before you let t.e- 0ontract. for thati Turned Work or Lo- Cart. Our prices are very reasonabe w'en quality of work is considered Our blacksmith work is up to the standard and when you need work in that line -em.fembl ,-' that we are just as accommodating as ever, and we are alwvs glad to see You. The.I Batik of MAimffii rI MANNING, S. C. Capital Stock, - $40,000 Surplus, - - 40,000 Stockholders' Lia Dility, - - 40,000 Total Protection to Depositors, $120,000 OESIDENT A LITTLE TALK with our President or Cashier will soon convince you of the advisability of Banking with us. THE RESOURCES and connectirns of this Bank assure safe and profitable management of all vour business. Undertaking. A complete stock of Caskets, CoMns and Fu nieral Supplies always on hand. Mv hearse will be sent to any part or the county, and calls will lie responded to by Mr. A. J. White, funeral director and undertaker, night or day. W. E. JENKINSON CO. Bank of Summeerton, Summerton, S. C. CAPITAL STOCK - $25.000 00 SURPLUS---- -- -- 8,000 00 STOCKHOLDERS' - LIABILITIES -. - - - 25,000 00 $58,000 00 IN OUR SAVINGS DEPARTMNT We pay interest at the rate of 4 Per Cent. per annum, compounding same quarterly. RICHARD B. SMYTH, President. JOHN W. LESESNE, Cashier. ORTHW ESTERN R. R. OF S. C. TIME TABLE No. 6, In Effect Sunday, June 5. 1904. BETWEEN SUMTER AND CAMDEN. Mixcd, Daily except Sunday. t Southbound. Northbound. No. 69 No. 74 No. 70 No. 68e P M A M A M P-M 8 6 25 9 36 Lve..Sumter ..Ar.9 00 5 45 6 27 9 38 N. W. Junction....S 58 543 6 47 9 59...Dazell .. S22 5 13 7 05 10 10...Borden... 8 00 4 55 . 7 23 10 21.... Remberts...7 40 4 43 ( 7 30 10 31...Eerbe..730 4 2$ 7 50 11 10..So.v. Junctionl..7 10 4 25 t 8 00 11 10 Ar... amden..L ve7 00 4 15 C PM PM AM PM BET WY EN WILSON'S MILL AND SUMTER Southbnund, Northbound. c No. 73 Daily except Sunday. No. 7-' PM PM I 3 00 Leave..Sumter..Arrive. .12 30 8 3 3~..ummerton Junction...12 27 8 3 20............ Tindal. ........... 11 55 3 35............ Packsville. ........ 41 30 3 55. ........... Silver..... .......... 00 1 39............Miard........... 10 0 4 4.'........ Summerton.....10 15 5...............Davis............. 94 5 45...........Jordan...........9 45 6 30 Arrive..Wilson's Mill.Leave S 40 PM AM , BETWEEN MILLARD AND ST. PAUL. Daily except Sunday. Southbound. Northbound. No. 73 No. 75 No.-72 No. 74 PM AM AM PM 4 05 10 20 Lve Sill1ard Ar.10 45 5 30 4 15 10 30 A-tSt. Paul Lve.10 35 4 20 PM AM AM PM FHjOS. W . LSUN, President. Notice of Sale of4 Personal Property. Pursuant to an order of J. M. 4 Windham, Judge of Probate, I will sell to the highest bidder, for cash, on Thursday the 31st day of October 1907. as 11 o'clock, a. in., at the resi dence of the late Mary A. Reynolds, in said County and State, the follow ing personal property, to wit: One Piano, one Parlor Suite, one Cow and Calf, and one lot of House hold and Kitchen Farniture. Given under my hand this 15th day of October 1907. -- D. R. LIDE, Administrator. DR. J. A. COLE. DENTIST, U.pstairs over Bank of Manning. MANNING, S. C. Phone No 77. D L.1J. FRANK GEIGER. DENTIST, MANNING, S.C. Kodol Dyspepsia Caire migests what you inat. To 11l Our Friends and Customers: We wish to extend our thanks for your generous patronage during our Sale just closed. It far exceeded our expectations and we thank you one and all for making it such a success. We are still offering some great bargains and have ad ded to our stock thousands and thousands of yards of New 6oods which we pant you to see at your earliest convenience. Clothes. Considering that you live with your Clothes from ~ twelve to sixteen hours a day, it's mighty desirable to ~ have them well worth living with. To insure that worth let us fit you with a new Schloss Suit. "Crossett Shoes for Men." ~ West Over Shoes for Women THE YOUN6 RELIABLE, ATE OF SOUTHOCARQLUNA, a oie untfly of Clarendon, eoe o h olcino ae IN THE PROBATE COURT. ons and Rule to Show Cause.in e ohn Bennet, Administrator of thefrom Estate of William Bozier, deceased, a l o Plaintiff,cpiaintx c.AsScolD against tat o. i l rriet Bozier, Thomas Bozier, Rich- it rd Bozier, William Bozier, Jr.. 2mll:Dsrct o.2 5 5 1 Mfartha Bozier, Mose Gibson, Hes:,-'an103milsea;Dstct ter Wright, Betsey Carter, Elliott Ns .9 9 02 n 6 ilse Pierson, Morgan Pierson, Rufussl;itr4o.2,-ilbndtx Glover, Lucy Hamilton, William Bennet and Louis Bennet, Defend- e for Mn ants. 19;adiinlpnlyo1pe > The Abov-e Defendants Narned asadionlpatyf5pecn.fr Heirs and Distributees of the Estate15ayinMrh198 >f William Bozier: L .VLS A petition having been filed in thisConyTesr. fice by John Bennet, administrator, aying for an order for the sale of be real estate elonging to the state of William Bozier, in aid of ssets.Wod e ofte W r. These are therefore to cite you to pear before me in the office ofMetonfrhMndyigtsa dge of Probate for Clarendon8:0 ounty, at Manning, on Thursday, Vstn oeegsivtd e fifth day of December 1907, at 11 - lock A. M., to show cause, if any Ntc oCeios u can, why the real estate belong gto said estate should not heAl haigcamaans dered sold in aid of assets for thethesaeoRnomHpod yent of the debts of said estate caewl rsn hmdl tetd d defraying the expenses of saidantosowgsideaewllmk ministration. pyett h nesge ulfe Given under- my hand and seal this amnsiao fsi sae 6th day of October, 1907.SAhLL.HMT. ~JAMES M. WINDHAM, ieod .C. coe 4 97 sRAL.] Judge of Probate, Clarendou County. Ntc oCeios ~at and urowFa FRESH MEATS AT cti fsi sae ALL TIMES. LIJ.RG, EVERYTHING GOODEeuti TO EA'I'. meroSCOcbe2190 The sC Tia oney Tesre' Loan.il (oolDywist ur hu alty fromLhe 1tayo lowsgesrttae, 4amiys;uountt2 Ito, th cog3 ~ az~h~es lls ; for r od, ic ll for ons titu-le tina schol, 3mills; pols $e1.e Vo ca-it o o~~i~tiontx 0. Alsionoo Dis Distritouls. 1,pl16, Ecmad 25 pe I .1i a il: rh D slrish Noes. Head5,ch1 Nos. 9, 19, 20 , a d iso6, ils e sal Ditro o. 22-l bo.Gnuiemde byx ate Noted f Dish oae. y To weak and0a;l addome.ntherenaltat oeastpon Theorez'-D. hop'sigt~re-saopcent for Cmonthdof Februaryo190he nucusmmbresppoitoyrna~wl dr2thditoal penf t Nofvem per 9 t. for t ~ho~s~stoatiei whllyan ntena tr at- s in Mharch, 1908. uos f h entresysem sekig te epar f al erv. saCodnty Treasrer. W . O .RE~ 1-W al tssue and ll bood almeds.en of the WorT d. The "sightMeute, as fturtameoipliesidoes at work while ouVieetinItsSovhesesorsandnvited. sd ucussu-Ice. eas ~l N otcetoC E uto rs. dishage, hie te esortie, ass tero e eatle.S of Raso be Ham t, de-07 excitement, givesprenenedtvemoduaydaambition builds uandattedetissue, bringintaabouilrenewe ~nth vgor ad nery.Tae D. hopaymento thce tonderedairs. Restorative-Tabetssoratoruiofsaaidneratato. to th systm. Fr Nootivceocaohelrusetaore. -' All persons having claims against ~3fl~psthe estate of John . Cutgi, deceas ewill presen them duly attested.d ~k ath owing said estate willep me mument. to the undersigned aiidee quliidA intrtrix of saidesa. JULIA A. RAGIN,. W. E. ROWN &CSumertn S. C., October 2. 1907. LAWYERS IN ENGLAND. The Difference Between the Barrister and the Solicisor. The bnrrister in Englaud is the very salt of the earth. lIe it is who inakes the laws. who goes into paV4:uifent who sits on the bench, who considers himself seven or eight degrees higher up in the social scale than aily other poor or ngwdle chiss nort:nl. :nd v::th all this lie ha:; : l,:,.lutely n) resm bility toward his clients. That ancient, much abused thinmg caled ci:.et:zm in this country has created for the law two separite and distiuct limbr. which may be compared in a nme:isure to the life of the bee. One is the drone and the other the (jueen. The drone is the solicitor, wrho sits in an office working up a case, causuiting clients, drawing gills, controlling estate transactions nnd controlling the incomes of people who are unfortunate enough to be saddled under the trust deeds. The solicitor, who has his own tradition to work out. does not ever get to himself any glory whatever. Except in police and coun ty court cases, he is persona non grata. or, in the words of thec judges, "he is not seen." If he has a case on hand, he is obliged to take it to a barrister. who, though he may never have heard of the matter In dispute before. dans his wig and gown, proceeds into court and argues till all is black and blue. as if he knew all about it. for which he draws a most prodigious fee, quite big enough to enable him to appear nicely mounted in the row every morning. If he spoils the case, there is no chance for redress, because the barrister is merely a gentleman whom fiction po litely assumes to be a friend in need. All the onus of failure falls upon the poor solicitor. There are no barristers in prison, but there are a good many solicitors who wear the broad arrow which Is the trademark of his majesty's prisons. The solicitor remains the old time family adviser, to whom all sorts of foolish people bring their trust deeds, their stock certificates, their government bonds and all such docu ments which have a tendency to lead a weak men into temptation, and that is why so many solicitors, when they need money, find it Impossible to re sist the desire to take that which is not theirs.-London Letter in Town and Country. When you see the name Rydale in an advertisement or on a remedy it is a sure sign that the remedy advertised is compounded from the prescription of a specialist. A specialist in a certain disease knows more about and is better fitted to treat that disease than snyone else, and that is the aeason why the ydale remedy never fails to relieve and so often cure tie troubles for which thev are recommended. Rydale's Stom ach' Tablets, for Indigestion and Dys pepsia; Rydale's Liver Tablets for liver and bowels- Ryd ale's Tonic, for a sys ten builder and sure cure for Chills and Malaria: and Cough Elixir, for all ordinary Coughs ann bronchial trouble, are four prescriptions of the best specialists and will do all that medicine can do. W. E. Brown & Co. The Grent Difficulty. "One-half of the world's happiness is solved when a person learns to mind his own business." "Yes, but it's the other half that auses the most trouble." "What's that?~" "Getting other people to mind theirs." -Home Notes. No Kick Coming. Mrs. Jones-Do you appreciate what that is you are eating? Tramp (with his modth full)-No'm! Mrs. Jones Well, that is angel cake with wine jelly and whipped cream. Tramp-Oh, ;ell, anything tastes good when a fel ler's hungry, mium!-New York Press. A tickling Cough, from any cause, is juickly stopped by Dr. Shoop's Cough u e. And it isso thoroughly harmless nd safe, that Dr. Shoop tells mothers very where to give it without hesitation even to very young babes. The whole some green leaves and tender stems of alung healing mountainous shrub, fur nish the curative properties to Dr. ~hoop's Cough Cure. It calms the rough and heals the sore and sensative bronchial membranes no opium, no bhloroform nothing harsh used to in ore or surpress. Simply a resinous plant extract, that helps to neal aching lungs. The Spaniards call this shrub which the doctor uses, "The sacred herb," demand Dr'. Sqoop's takA no other. W. E. Brown & Co. ~ Satisfied. A seedy looking loafer, having or 'lered and eaten a large and sumptuous imner, explained to the waiter that he had no money. The waiter imme diately told the restaurant proprietor, who sent for a policeman. The pro prietor, going up to the unwelcome guest, explained that he had sent for a policeman. "Thank goodness,. you didn't send f'or a stomach pump!"' the seedy one replied, with a huge contentment.-Il lustrated Bits. H lis Consolation. Mr. ,Tustcott-Why, what are you crying abou':, dear? Mrs. Justcott Oh, George! The mice have got into the .ntry and eaten up a beautiful custard pie 1: made myself! Mr. Just cott-There, there! Don't cry over a few little mice.-Cleveland Leader. ATARRH CURED AT HOME Trial Treatment of Dr. Blosser's Catarrh Remedy Free to Sufferers. If you have catarrh of the nose, throat,.or lungs, if you a'e constantly spitting, blowing the nose,. have stopped up feeling, head noises, deafness, asthma, bronchitis or weak lungs, you can cure , ourself at home by a remedy so 'simple that evcn a child can use it. It will cost you only a postal card to get ,a iberal free trial package or Dr. Blosser's wonderful remedy. It is sent by mail to every interested sufferer. Certainly no offer could be The ful treatment is not expensive. A pack ae containing enough to last one whole month will be sent by mail for 81.00. A postal card with your Dame and address sent to H. R. BOGER, Manning, S. C., will bring you by return mail the free trial treatment and an interesting booklet, so that you can at once begin tO cure yourself privately at home. Exchangc in Neckties. A South l'enn saiuare business man has evolved a ilan of how to dodge wvifey, but there is merit attaching to it in this case. His wife insists on buying his neckties and dotes on laven der and red or green spots or a pale shimmering nile green shot with pur pie. Rather than cause her anguish by seeming to decry her taste in cravats. her husband most deceitfully starts for the officee every morning wearing a tie of her selection. Once in the office. however, the traitor quickly exchanges the offeuding necktie for something quieter which he keeps under careful lock and key in his own private desk. It would be interesting to find out his wife's sensations should she pay him a visit some day in office hours or should he forget to make the exchange again before his trip home.-Philadel am Reord LIT! - ROLLING. How S, thors Sought to - nselves. The ,y Francis Grib ble in The Comedy of Literar In the Strand Magazi suspicion as to their iticity, but are amusin !ier true or iot. Sainte-] I the circulation of his 1 .5 upon fighting a duel ith an uaibrolla over hl: de Nerval used to be st ts of Paris lead Ing a It ing. Mme. Krn dener, 1 ... alerle" and the friend of Alexander I. of Russia, made the fortune of her novel by calling at all the Paris shops an:d asking for va rious articles of dress "a ]a Valerie." Of Victor Hugo and of Alexandre Du mas the elder the following stories are told: Nor was the great poet ashamed to roll his log even at a funeral. He seized the opportunity at the obsequies of one of his own sons. It happened that on the way to the cemetery the pro cession passed a traveling menagerie, and the lions, for whatever reason, stopped roaring just as Victor Hugo was In front of their cage. His com panion, a minor poet named Pelleport, drew his attention to the fact. "Mas ter," he whispered, "the lions recognize you and bush their vc.ices. The king of beasts is silent in the presence of the king of men." Victor Hugo bowed and turned the matter .over in his mind. Then, after meditation, he said: "Pelle port, that was a happy thought of yours. Couldn't you write something about it?" And Pel'eport wrote a son net about it, and the, fame of the mas ter stood' on a higher pinnacle than ever. And finally there was the case of Du mas, of whom it may almost be said that his whole life was an advertise ment. Some one once said of him that his vanity was such that he was capa ble of getting up behind his own car riage in order to demonstrate that he had a negro footman in his service. He certainly did many things almost as absurd as that in his restless pur suit of reclame. One of his delights was to clothe his noble porportions in a uniform and to embellish the uni form with decorations to which he was not entitled. He even went so far as himself to design the un!form in vhich be fought-or. rather, did not fight. for he arrived after the fighting was all over--in Garibaldi's army. and he. achieved a tremendous advertisement by conducting a well known actress-to a court ball to which she had not been invited. lie got another advertise ment by allowing himself to be sued for nondelivery of a feuilleton. He was utterly in the wrong, and he lost bis case. but he kept the court in roars of laughter while he explained his lit erary methods and the nature of the distractions which had interfered with the fulfillment of his contract. But the best of all his advertisement was attained when the announcement ap peared that M. Alexandre Dumas would write the last chapter of a forth coming romance sitting In a shop win dow, for all the world to see how it was done. One can understand that that sort of advertisement would suit the authors who are also intdrested in the sale of hair restorers. They al most owe it to the public to exhibit themselves in this way. killing two birds with a single stone. But for the uthor of "Monte Cristo" to do it was srely the ne plus ultra of the comedy f log rolling. The finest Coffee substitute ever ade, bas recently been produced by Dr. Shoop of Racine Wis. You don't ave to boil it twenty or thirty minutes made in a minute," says the doctor. health coffee" is really the closet cof fee imitation ever yet produced. Not grain of real coffee in it either, ealth coffee imitation is made from pure toasted cereals or arains, wi-th nalt, nuts, etc., really it would fool an xpert-were he to unknowingly drink it for coffee. The Manning Grocery When Ministers Had it Hard. "We sometimes complain now," said the minister, "when our salaries are reduced a hundred or two, but how should we go on if we had lived in the eighteenth century? Then, indeed, ministers had it hard. Listen to this." He read from an old and faded Eng lisi newspaper, the St. James' Chron lee of May 4, 1'795-something of an antiquary, he collected all kinds of rub bish-this advertisement: WANTD.--Immediately, a good, strong, bony man to act in the capacity of cu rate. He must be subject to the following particulars-Viz: To have no objection to t as gardener, husbandman, miller, and occasional whipper-in. Any gent. whom the above may suit, on application to Mr. B., at the Gray's Inn Coffee House, may meet with immediate employment. N. B.-Character not so much required as eQuestrian skIll. and none need apply who has not undergone a complete staba larian education. -Los Angeles Times. DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve penetrates the pores -thorough y cleanses and is healing and soothing. Good for piles, Sold by W. E. Brown & How He Got a Drink. An Indiana traveling man told a story the other day of an incident on te road. Hie was in the smoking car of an express train reading his paper when a man rushed in from the car behind the smoker, evidently in great agitation and said: "Has anybody in this car any whisky? A woman in the car behind has fainted!" Instantly dozens of flasks were produced. The man who had asked for It picked out the largest one, drew the cork and put the bottle to his lips. With a long, sat isfied sigh, he handed the flask -back and remarked, "That did me a lot of good, and I needed it, for it always makes me feel queer to see a woman faint awayi"-Cieveland Plain Dealer. There is nothing better for stomach troubles than Kodol which contains the same juices found in a healthy stomach Kodol is offered on a guaranteed plan for the relief of heartburn, flatulence sour stomach belching of gas, nausea and all stomach troubles, so at times when you don't feel just right Mhen you are drowsy after meals and your head aches or when y.ou have no am bition, and you are across and irritable take a little Kodol. It digests what o eat. It will make you healthy. Sold by W. E. Brown & C'o. Beards and Battles. Shaggy locks and patriarchal beards have proved highly Inconvenient things on the battlefield. Does not history record that Alexander ordered the Macednians to be shaved lest their beards should give a handle to their enemies? Peter the Great was also a friend of the barbers, for he not only ordered all ranks to be shaven, but caused oficers to go about to cut ofL' the bardsa frenders by force. Her Intense Sorrow. He-I called to see you last evening and the servant told me you were not In. She-Yes: I was sorry to have missed you. He-I thought you must be; I heard you laughing upstairs in such grief stricken tones that I al most wept myself out of sympathy. The Obstinate Cook. Father-Cooking schools are of some use after all. This cake is delicious. Daughter-Is it? I thought It would be a terrible failure. Father-Why? Daughter-I told the cook exactly how to make it, and she went and made it some other way. More Important. "Did I understand you to say," asked Mrs. Chatters, "that your husband had no vocation?" "Worse than that," replied the min ister's wife. "I said he'd had no vaca tion."-Philadelphia Press. The Locality. "Are you In pain, my little man?" the kind old gentleman asked. "No," answered the boy. "The pain's in me." Know how to give without hesita tion, how to lose without regret, how to acquire without meanness.-George Sand. THE MANNING WAREHOUSE is now ready for business. Store.your Cotton where it is safe. The only way the farmer can fight speculation is to hold Cotton, and we are now ready to give the very best facilities. A Standard Warehouse built under the directions of the South eastern Tariff Association which in sures the lowest rate of insurance. Bring your Cotton to Marnning and we will insure and keep it safe for you at thirty cents for the first month and twenty cents per bale for the subse quent months. MANNING W!IIIHOUSE Co Notice of Sale of Personal Property. Pursuant to an order of J. MI. Windham, Judge of Probate, 1 will sell to the highest bidder, for cash, on Thursday, the 14th day of No vemnber, 1907, at 11 o'clock a. in.. at the residence of the late John F. Cutter, in Clarendon County. South Carolina, the following personal property, to wit: 50 head of milch ows and beef cattle. 6 head of oxen, 2 mules. 7 head of hogs, 1 2-horse w..pn. 2 Dixie Boy plows, 2 guns, 1 ane mill and, pans, 1 bureau, 2 rockers, and 1 bedstead. Given under my hand, this 28thi day of October, 1907. MARY A. CUTTER, Administratrix. P. B.Mouzon has one of the best Cold Storage plants in town. We are the house keepers delight. At our Grocery every thing is clean and fresh, and only the best goods are handled. CANNED GOODS, COFFEES AND TEAS, CAKES AND _CRACK ERS, FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY, CHOICE BUT TER, HAMS AND BREAK FAST STRIPS. Everything that is handled in a First class Grocery. It is my object to please and I invite your patronage. - P~. B. Mouzon Money To Lend. I represent some parties who have plenty of money to lend on approved security, on very reasonable terms. Apply to JOSEPH F. RHA ME. Attorney at Law, Mnig .C . 0. pNEDY. 5. OLIvER O'BRLYA. URDY & O'BRYAN, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, MANNING, S. C. CHARLTON DURANT, ATTORNEY AT LAW, MANNING, S. C. W. C. DAVIS. J. A. WEINBERG. DAVIS & WEINBERG, ATTORNEYS AT LAW , MANNING, S. C. Prompt attention given to collections. jH. LESESNE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, MANNING, S. C. j \I cSWVAIN WOODS, Ue ATTORNEY AT LAW, .Manning, S. C. Office Over Levi's Store. Makres Kidneys and Bladder fight Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar Cres all Coughs, ad expels Colds from the avatem by gently moeving tihe bowels. Uf Ull - W. WH , Ui a..r t.:saW. -- 61 GNNERY, 6RIST MILL, SHINGLE MILL, q.P AND LATH MILL. STRAUSS-ROGAN COMPANY GENERAL MERCHANDISE AND FURNITURE ; i THE BEST OF EVERYTHING SEASON- 6 ABLE AND PRACTICAL AT MODERATE PRICES. SUMMERTON, S. C. A 0 W OUSNE?SS O A LO # RQAGAJSTABRN-R SE LEON WEINBERG MANNING, S. C. . Freshness Guaranteed . [I] Received by express shipments direct from the [J * makers- Kept as carefuly as thioughithey were cut flowers, and so immediately @ - CHOCOLATES & CONFECTIONS 11 0] reach your hands FRESH, as well as pureanld lI *exquisite in filavor. Should you ever have a iault to fid bring the box back and we will make it O THIS MATCHLESS CANDY FOR SALE BY TilE MANNING GROCERY CO COTTON AND TOBACCO. We w ant y out Tobacco and Cotton Money, and pay you the highest price for it if you deal with us. When you buy a BUGGY fiom us y.ou don't go home with a broken bone be cause of a breakdown. If it be our WATGON vou loose no time at repair shops while your crops ivaste in the field. Come where you can get the g-reatest value for your money, honest treatment and and liberal terms. Pay us a visit and see for yourself. Yours to serve, AGAIN WE COME. acr lo wih ncedwellinlg and all necessary building improvements. Situated in I tne acretdetirithenieet'on of Pinewood, S. C. Will sell at a bargain. Onte prostdesirablew sect: store. 24x60 on lot 32xi30, in the most convenient and de .srbl mercntiieseet nf of Pinewood. S. C. Owner has good reason so sell at a s n amc tinice. 116 acres with all nlecessary building improvements; 2 1-2 miles of O ne Famtownt te mst desirable and fertile soction of Clarendon County. Faotnin ai acres with 160 acres under cultivation and with all necessary ofthvrybet arsin this couny. Owner haoo resn for selln ceap Farm containing 100 acres- 30 acres cleared, with buildings thereon. This Is one of the 5 best bargains offered In real estate. We arc in position to sell on easy terms any number of Lots that purcha~ser might desire intenwadbeautiful resident section of Columbia, icnown as College Place. the aso have quite ai number of resident and store lots for sale in the progresive and areu Soh Carolina Wrteor-cllfr further prtic iars r egding any of the above The Clarendon Real Estate and Fire Insurance Agency. a MAIG S. C. LEVI BUILDING.