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PUBLISHES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN
MANNING. S. C.:
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 2, 1898.
You Will Miss Something if You
Fail to Attend Our Great Fall
Sale of Clothing. Fine Dress
Goods and Millinery.
No one who wishes to supply themselves
with winter clothing, shoes, hats and dress
goods can afford to miss the bargains we
are offering in these lines. As we have
said before, our stock is too large at this
season of the year, when we consider the
tightness of the times, and the only way we
can reduce our stock is to sell the goods
cheap, and WE ARE SELLING GOODS
and the persons who fail to come in and
see the values we offer will miss some good
Do you know that we are selling the very
best standard calicoes that ever fell from
the loom at 4c per yard' Do you know that
we are selling the old Graniteville drill
homespun at Sc per yard, that are sold
everywhere at 6 and 7c per yard? Do you
know that we are selling heavy 9 ounce
jeans at 15c per yard that cannot be bought
elsewhere for less than 20c per yard? Well,
you ask how can I do this. Well, you just
come and price around and then come to
me and I will prove it to you. I picked up
some bargains under the market and I am
going to sell them under the market.
Yours for the cash,
W. E. JENKINSON.
Notice is hereby given
that no advertisements will
be hereafter changed in this
paper where the copy is
brought in later than Sat
Married this evening at Alcolu Union
chapel, Mr. J. W. Hinson of Georgia and
Miss Julia D. Hinson, a daughter of Mr.
John J. Harvin.
Onion Sets for sale by R. B. Loryea, the
The Wilson and Summerton railroad will
soon begin operations toward extending
the roaa to Camden. This will be a great
thing for sumter.
Don't forget that this is my last week in
Manning. J. B. Taylor, photographer.
The Second South Carolina, now sta
tioned at savannah, are being well treated
by the people of that city, who have taken
an interest in the command.
Brockinton has a full line of spectacles.
and can fit young or old eyes. Try him.
The hot supper given last Friday night
under the auspices of the ladies of Pine
Grove church was a very pleasant affair
and a financial success. The net proceeds
If you have weak eyes and need glasses,
go to Brockinton's drug store.
Died last Saturday morning at the home
of her sister, Mrs. J. N. Riggs, Miss Jen
nie Ridgill, aged 32 years. The deceased
was the youngest daughter of the late Mon
Fresh Peanut Brittle just received. B.
B. Loryea, the druggist.
Died at her parents' home, in lower Sa
lem, October 12th, 1898, little Elma, infant
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Smiley,
aged about 15 months.
"Safe in the arms of Jesus."' B.
Saturday, Nov. - will be my last day in
Manning. J. B. Taylor.
There are plenty of young people in this
town who, if they will, can make the winter
months very pleasant. Entertainments
can be gotten up for various charitable pur.
posed, for instance, a beneit for the editor
of Thz T'is.
For Rent-Four-room cottage, $8; Net
tes house, 8 rooms, Si13. Apply Mrs. E. C.
Alsbrook. [9 -tf
Parties desiring cabinet work, uphol
stering or furniture repaired can have same
done by Mr. S. Krasnoff with despatch.
Mr. Krasnoff is a finished workman arid is
rapidly building up a line of patrons.
Beautiful line of box paper and envel
opes, latest styles, lowest prices. ?R. B.
Loryea, the druggist.
The case of Jacob Mouzon against the
Central railroad for $10,000 damages, re
suted in favor of the railroad. The case of
M. L. Sauls against D. W. Alderman sons
Company, suit for killing a cow on the Al
dermnan railroad, resulted in favor of Mr.
Everybody likes good perfumery. Dr.
Bruckinton has a full supply of all kinds
and can please you.
Every member of St. Peter's lodge should
attend the communication on the 9th inst.,
as it will be the evening for th e election of
officers and other important business. Co
be plain, it will be decided whether or not
the members wish to keep the lodge in ex
Thomas & Bradham have gtotten in this
morning a car load ot the nicest horses that
have been shipped here for years. It will
pay you to call and see them.
Mr. and Mrs. Jotin A. Burgess were the
recipients of many very handsome and val
uable wedding presents. Among the
guests that attended the marriage last Wed
nesday were Misses kiulda McNeil of York
and Lizzie iRhodes of Mayesville and Mr.
Miscally of Savannah.
The Manning Academy will open Mon
day, October 3. Tu~tion, $t, $2, $3 and $4.
English, Latin, French, music and art
taught.1 E. C. ArsnnooL.
We would suggest that the managers ot
election give in, to the party bringing in
the boxes to the commissioners, the num
ber of nmiles they traveled from their homes
to the polling precincts. 'Ihis will enable
the commissioners to niake out the ac
counts accurately and save considerable
Overconme evil with good. Overcome
your coughs and colds with One Minute
Cough Cure. It is so good children cry for
it. It cares croup, bronchitis, pneumonia,
grippe and all throat and lung diseases.
B. B. Loryea.
There is a beautiful plair-t in the bank
that very few people know what it is. It
has been placed near the front window for
the purpose of attracting attention and for
the further purpose ol giving the president
an opportunity to air his knowledge of bot
any and horticulture. M.'jor Abe Levi is
quite an enthusiast on flowers and he takes
great pleasure in giving a detailed account
of tbe history and growth of the plant he
now has on exhibition. Call on him.
Late to bed and early to rise, prepares a
man for his home in the skies. But early
to bed and a Little Early Rliser, the pill
that makes life longer and better and wiser.
R. B. Loryea.
One of the surest signs of old age is the
breaking of front teeth and the crying of a
grandbaby. We were quietly sitting in
our office yesterday endeavoring to bring
our think-works into operation, when sud
denly a combustive noise liking unto the
explosion of a gun cap' aroused as from our
revere; we jumped to our feet, and not
long after reaching the -tre~et did it takhe us
to discover that grandma had brona a
front tooth, and the world continues, like
the band, to play on.
Many a household is saddened by death
because of the failure to keep on hand a
afe and absolutely certain cure for eroup
auch as One Minute Cough Cure. See that
your little ones are protected against emer
T... leaders of THE TirEs are anxiously
waiting for light on the school chart quies
tion. They want to know whether a swin
dle has been practice I upon the taxpayers
and who is to blame for expending about
$2,700 of the educational fund for maps
and charts, that in these hard times could
have been done without. There has been
a cry among the taxpayers to give the chil
dr.n longer free school terms. How can it
be done if those in charge of thu fund take
half of the money for unnecessary and use
less luxuries? An explanation must come,
for the question will not down.
Soothing, healing, cleansing, Do Witt's
Witch Hezel Salve is the implacable enemy
of sores, burns and wounds. It never fails
to cure piles. You may rely upou it It.
About two week ago James Wise, a white
man, was brought to the Probate Judge that
his sanity might be inquired into; that of
ficer as an act of humanity exceeded his
authority and turned the unfortunate man
over to the sheriff, there being no one to
care for him. Two doctors examined him
and pronounced him a subject for the poor
house instead of asylum, and later the man
was taken to the poor house, where he re
mained for several days and mysteriously
disappeared. Search was instituted but
of no avail; lie could not be found. We
are afraid the unfortunate creature will be
found lifeless in some swamp.
The sooner a cough or cold is cured with
out harm to the sufferer the better. Lin
gering colds are dangerous. A hacking
cough is distressing. One Minute Cough
Cure quickly cures it. Why suffer when
such a cough cure is within reach? It is
pleasant to the tast. R. B. Loryea.
Married today at Camden, Mr. F. Barron
Grier and Miss Retta Withers, a daughter
of the late Judge Withers. They will make
their home in ireenwood, where Mr. Grier
has built up a fine law practice. Both
bride and groom are well known in Man
ning; Miss Withers at one time was a teach
er in the Manning Collegiate Institute and
made many friends among the parents of
her scholars. Mr. Grier is a nephew of the
late B. P. Barron and was his Kingstree
partner, often coming to Manning. Green
wood is fortunate in the acquisition of such
a couple and is deserving of our congratu
When ycu ask for De Witt's Witch Hazel
Salve don't accept a counterfeit or imita
tion. There are more cases of piles being
cure~d by this than all others combined. R.
Every wbite voter in Clarendon county
ahoul go out and vote for James Norton,
the Democratic nominee for Congress. The
Republicans have a candidate in the per
son of Junius H. Evans, whose political ca
reer has been somewhat varied. He was
first a Democrat; in 180 he became a Has
kelite, and later he crawled about the Re
publican pie counter for the crumbs that
might fall from the hands of Deas. Wilson
and other lights of the g. o. p. Evans
strikes out this time as an independent
with the Repnblican endorsement, and
while we do not expect his constituency to
make much of a show at the polls, it is best
for every voter to turn out and cast his vote
for Norton. Evans has no idea of winning
at the polls, but if the Democratic vote is
ight it will help him with the contest be
fore a Republican Congress.
A cough is not like a fever. It does not
have to run a certain course. Cure it
quickly and effectually with One Minute
Cough Cure, the best remedy for all ages
and for the most severe cases. We recom
mend it because it's good. R. B. Loryea.
The County Supervisor, in accordancA
with the presentment of the grand jury, will
begin his investigations and swear out war
rants for those violating the seed cotton
law He tells us that he has the names of
parties who are running cotton gins and
are buying seed cotton in their gin houses
nder the pretense of buying in the lint,
hat he propose'; to indict such along with
the rest. In order for the public to know
who are authorized to buy seed cotton he
as handed us the names of those who have
paid the license. All others are violators
f the law and it is his purpose to swear
out a warrant for each and every one of
Mrs T L Peagler,
A A Strana~.,
R C Plowden,
L R Chewniing,
J I- Geddings & Bro,
J L Eadon,
S M Nexsen,
D) N Lesesne,
J C Land,
Mrs S F Sprott,
T H Hlarvin,
W R Davis & Co,
A W Billups,
P H Felder.
J H Boswell,
C MX Davis.
Tellow Jaundice Cured.
uffering humanity should be supplied
with every means possible for its relief,.i I
swith pleasure we publish the follow
ing: -'This is to certify that I was aterrible
ufferer from yellow jaundice for over six
onths, and was treated by some of the:
best physicians in our city and all to no
avail. Dr. Bell, our druggist, recommended
Electric Bitters, and after taking two bot
tIes I was entirely cured. I now take great
pleasure in recommending them to any
person suffering from this terrible malady.
am gratefully yours, M. A. Hogarty, Lex
ington, Ky." Sold by R, B. Loryea, drug
A Chrysanthemum Wedding with Su
perlatively Beautiful Gentlemnen.
Editor THE TIMs:
Venus with her cunning little ar
cher has again been doing mischief*
in Sardinia, and this time claims as
her victims Mr. S. E. McFadden and:
Miss Olivia McFadden, who were
married the 26th of October at the
residence of the bride's mother, Mrs.
. J. McFadden, Rev. S. E. Bishops
ofciating. Quite a number of rela
atives and friends were invited to,
witness the ceremony
In describing the wvedding, as it is
the month of chrysanthemums it'
could be called a chrysanthemum
wedding. The hall where the mar
riage took place was prettily deco
rated with chrysanthemums, ever
greens and other autumn flowers.
Festoons of these were arranged in
a Japanese style, producing a very
graceful effect. An arch was artfully
constructed over the bay window,
upon which was written in gilt let
ters, "God bless our union." Under
this arch stood the bride and groom.
Mr. Alford Burgess stood as best man
and Miss Mabel McFadden as maid
of honor. The other attendants
Mr. Ashby McFadden with Miss
Mr. Willie Burgess with Miss Eva
Mr. Simeon Youmans with Miss El
Mr. Leon McFaddin with Miss Ar
Mr. Scott Burgess with Miss Flor
Dr. John Bradley with Miss Bessie
The bride and bridesmaids all
dressed in pure white as to represent
sacred lilies. The gentlemen were in
full or evening dress. To say that1
they looked superlatively beautiful
would be mildly expressing it.I
in a very brief but impressive man-:
ner Rev. Bishop joined in holy wed
lock two of his beloved flock.
After congratulations had been~
tendered we repaired to the dining
served to the guests. The table was
tue very acine of beauty-cakes
trimmed with sacred lilies raised on
pagoda stands, others trimmed with
chrysanthemums, violets, etc.
Under a shower of rice the happy
couple started off on a tour to Char
leston, Sullivan's island and other
The presents were very select and
fine. Mr. and Mr. Charles McFadden
presented them with a set of silver
knives, forks, table and teaspoons;
Mrs. E. J. McFaddin, bedroom furni
ture, plush sofa and table; Mr. and
Mrs. Ned Nelson, two handsome pic
ture frames; Mr. and Mrs. Sauls,
Turkish rug; Mr. and Mrs. Collins,
china toilet sct; Mr. and Mrs. Strauss,
table; Miss Kate Pollock, antique
flower vases: Mr. Minto M. McFad
den, lainp; Mrs. Youmans and Miss
Carrie Holliday, glove box, picture
and water set; Messrs. Joe and Mor
die Strauss, silver butter dish; Mrs.
Rose, tidy and bedspread; Miss Ger
trude DuRant, toilet mats; Mr. Al
ford Burgess, two rocking chairs;
Miss Mabel McFadden, picture; Mr.
Ashby McFadden, silver ladle;
Miss Bertha Strauss, silver berry
spoon; Mr. Willie Burgess, china tea
set; Miss Eva Pierson, china cups
nd saucers; Mr. S. M. Toumans,
lemonade set; Miss Elvie Boykin,
old sugar shell and globe vase; Miss
Leon McFadden, lamp stand; Miss
Arrie Rose, china tea set; Mr. Scott
Burgess, toilet set; Miss Florence
Evans, lemonade set; Dr. John Brad
ley, Turkish rug; Miss Bessie Du
Rant, pitcher and tumblers, cut
lass; Mrs. Smothers, silver cake
basket; Mrs. Cheney. head rest and
towels; Miss Ada Smothers, table
carf and doilies; Miss May Smoth
rs,bunch of hair flowers; Mrs. Shan
on, Mr. R. McFadden and Miss Mat
ie McFadden gave them money.
Sardinia, S. C., Oct. 27, 1898.
3h=5Kind You Have Always Bought
CONVERSION OF McKINLEY.
Ils Western Trip Has Made Him an
Iniperialist-How He Changed His
Washington, vet. 31.-Whether or not
he President's Western tour has any bear
ng on politics of this campaign, it is likely
o have a very important influence upon
he future of this country. The President
was not an original expansionist. He was
.s reluctant to enter upon this new policy
Ls he was to have this country mixed up in
he Cuban question. The conviction that
we must have war with Spain was of hlow
lvelopment with him. Even the convic
;ion that he had any right to interfere be
ween Spain and Cuba was of slow growth.
ot only does he belong to a conservative
school of politics, but personally he shrinks
It is no secret that the President would
have been embarrassed if he had been
aled upon to decide upcn terms of peace
with Spain immediately upon the colhapse
>f Spain's power of resistance. The pro
vision of the protocol by which zipain re
inquished her sovereignty in Cuba and
Porio Rico, leaving the Phiippine question
ror future consideration, was no more in
deference to the delicate position in which
Spain was placed than it was in considera
tion of the uncertainty as to the policy to
be followed by this government. At the
time the protocol was signed theie was no
purpose ueinitcly formec; to go beyond the
retentiuon u a coaling station in the Phil
ippines. There was no determination to
stop at that, but plans had advanced no
The character of the commission selected
inaiv to ineet witri the Spanish comiission
ers at Paris had much to do with expand
ing the policy of the administration. ihe
strongest men appointed on the commnis
ion were liberal expanisionists, selected
not on account of that, but because they
were the mnost capat>le men to be got to
serve and because they would be the prin
iipal agents in the ratification of a peace
treaty by the Senate.
it is known that at the time of the aip
>ointaent of the peace coumission the
resident was much c-oncerned lest we
bould be driven to the adoption uS a
broder policy than the traditions of this
overnmen~t seemed to the President to
arrant. it was not until after the confer
ne with the commissioners before their
eparture for Paris that it was determined
that we must hold the entire island of Lu.
zon and demnand that a satisfactory govern
ment be urovided ior the rest of tue group,
with the~ agreement on the part of Spain
that none of the islands should be parted
with to any foreign power without the con
ent of this government. That we would
not assume the Cuban demands and lke
uestions with which the Spanish commis
sioneis have been tagiug up the time ot the
omission was decided on at the outset,
but the questidn of whether ur not we
would even be willing to undertake the re
sponsibility for the Philippines was not de
HEARD Fri HANNA
it was only a fewv weeks ago, after the pi -
itical campaign was wedl on, that Mr. Han
na, returning to Washington from tne
West, had a lung talk with the President,
alter which he deilareti that the Spanish
lug would not be pertmitted again to fly
over the Phillipines. Tiuat wats tnc date of
the administration's taking that advanced
stand. Mr. Hanna said that he had foun d
that popular sentiment demanded that his
government should annex the Philippines
as an entirely, but that he thought that the
>eople would be content with the assurance
that the islands should not be again sub
jected to Spanish misrule. T his was far
in avanced of any position that Mr. Hiau
na had bel ore occupied, and still more in
advnce of what the Presidenit had itati
niatd as his de'sire. it was taken in defer
nee to public sentiment. This was the
xirerne of the policy until alter the Presi
dent's visit to the West.
NOW AN EXPANsION.
The President found thut all other ques
tions were considered with cuidness by his
uines, comipared with the trewenuous
appiase which greeted any remuark which
~.ggesed the possibility or a poliey ut ex
pasoni biung prosecuted. Tne influence
of this sentimuent was apparent upon the
President's speeches, and the more openiy
he intimated a policy of expansion the
greater was the enthusiasm aroused. It
made a decided impression upon hiln, and
e eturned to Wahingtoni convcinced that
a policy of expansiwa was demanded by a
great amjority of the peolie vt this country.
w-e then a :soie aggressive attitude has
been assumed toward the Paris negotia
tions and members of the cabinet say that
there is no longer any doubt and no pur
pose to conceal the fact thaL this govern
met wiil inziot upon the absoiute rehin
quishmenat OS Spanish sovereignty over any
part ot the Philippines.
Tne President's tour in the West has
made an expansionist of him.
, . he Kind Yuu Have Always Bougif
A boil in the pot is worth two otn
A ?sure Sign of Crotup.
Hoaeness in a child that is subject to
eroup is a sure indication of the approach
of the disease. If Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is given as soon as the child be
comes hoarse, or even after the croupy
cough has appeared, it will prevent the at
tack. Mlany nmothers who have croupy chil
dren alway s ko'p this remedy at hand and
find that it saves them much trouble aind
worry. it can always be depended upon
and is plasant to take. Por sale by It. B3.
Loryt a, druggist.
Evry land owner should have a plat of
his an A. I will do surveying tor the pres
ent on Saturdays. Call on or address
E. J. BEOwNE,
an11 Manning,. S. 0.
Discovered by a Woman.
Another great discovery has bee n ide,
nod that too, by a lady in this roimtry:
"Disease fatened its chucies upon her and
for srfe sears she withstomd its stverest
tebt:, bit li-, vital organs were unlermvine.1
atd dlath Scenedil tuim1iet. For ihret
meoih'b she coinghed incessantly, and could
not sh-ep. She finally iiscovered a way to
rtcoverv, by purchasing of us a totte- of
Dr. King's New Discovery for Corisnip
tion, and was so much relieved on taking
first (lose that she slept all night, and with
two bottles has been absolutelv enred. 11er
name is Mrs. Luther Lutz. Thus writes
W. G. Hamnmick & Co. of Shelby, N. C.
Tr-al bottles free at I. B. Loryea's drng
ston-. Regular size 50% and $1. Every
bottle gurranteed. 4
Every man is anxious to help bis
neighbor when he don't need it.
M. J. Russell & Co. of Benela. Miss., say:
"Let us speak a few good words in regard
to your Ramon's Pepsin Chill Tonic. We
bave heretofore sold sevr.il chill tonics,
but since we have been keeping Raion's
Pepsin (hill Tonic we can't sell a bottle of
any other kind. In fact we can't sell any
now but Ranon's." For sale by Dr. W. M.
Brockinton, Manning. S. C.
A bird on toast is worth a dozen in
An Old Idea.
Every day strengthens the belief of emi
nent physicians that impure blood is the
cause of the majority of our diseases.
Twenty-five years ago this theory was used
as a basis for the formula of Browns' Iron
Bitters. The many remarkable cures effected
by this famous old household remedy are
sufficient to prove that the theory is correct.
Browns' Iron Bitters is sold by all dealers.
The rich branches of a family tree
eave the most.
Constipation prevents the body from rid-'
Uing itself of waste matter. De Witt's Lit
le Early Risers will remove the trouble
tod cure sick headache, biliousness, inac
:ive liver and clear the complexion. Small,
aUgar coated, don't gripe or cause nausea.
[t. B. Loryea.
Ro0e Wht-asprpg.... q0
V ~ '0
S ta 2~ M
tel(crushed) per pkg........l10
Del(pinebed) per lb........... 5c
lp Jacks, per pk-g..............l10
Pearl Flakes (Ceraline) per pkg.. 10
(raamu Flour, 7-lb bag............25c
rhmFlour, 24t1b bag.........85c
Dark plain Buckwheat, per lb... 4c
S. R. Buckwheat, 3-lb pkg.........150
S. R. Buckwheat, 6-lb pkg.........30c
S. 1. Flour, pkgs............. & 20
anper pkg................... 10e
Spring Wheat "superlative patent,"
finest in the world for bread.
lso Southern Seed Rye, per bn.. 0C
Bz rley Seed, per bu........ .......$1
IB DUSKR BULM GOMPR
SUMTER, S. C.
OF ALL KINDS
- AT -
RMAMES DRWU STOR~E,
Summerton, S. C.
For Fine .. . -
Buggy and Wagon Re
pairing, Overhauling and
R epairing Boilers, Engines,
etc., go to
R.L1 E ' BLAKSIT
Opposite Baptit Church.
Log Carts Built to Order.
SFine Horseshoeng a Secialty,
RICE! RICE! RICE!
Consignments of Rtough Rice solicited.
Prompt milling and return of proceeds or
account sales. Highest market prices paid
for good Rice.
"Carolina Rice Meal" or "Flour," the
cheapest and best stock food n the mar
ket, for sale at low figures.
WEST POINT MILL CO.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
3. L. WIJLSON,
Notary Public and
Will place Fire Insuran'ce in THE PALA
TINE INSURANCE COMPANY, of En -
hand and the SUN MUTAL, of New
Oreans. Also represent THE PRUIDEN
TfL Life Insurance Company of Ameri
c. one ot the strongest and beat con ga~
Ciltilo nt-e b,fore takinrg out younr trisur
OFFICE AT TOBACCO WAREHOUSE
M ANNING. S. C.
JOsEPH F. RHAME. W . C. Davts
if NNN G S.C.
Just as Men Have.
The sensationalist and faker is
is looked upon with Suspicion. Bus
iness upon a business basis is what
the public demands today. That is
the way we have always run our bus
iness and that is the way we will
continue to run it. The fact that
our first and oldest customers are
our best customers today and that
we are constantly adding new ones
to the list is conclusive proof that
our business methods are appreci
ated in spite of the humbug adver
tising and assertions of others.
We do not claim to give you two
dollars worth of goods for one dollar,
but we will at all times give you the
full value of your money.
Our stock this fall is large-larger
than ever before-and it will certain
ly be to your interest to see what we
A strictly All-Wool, nicely trimmed
and fitting suit for $8.00, regular,
stout or long, is one of the many
good values we are now offering.
The Clothier, - SUMTER, S. C.
Will show von
At Rock Boi
GIVE THEM A CALL
Hie's moved; you will fir
House. You can't miss it; jt
and he's right under it.
His stock of Shoes is full,
checap you'll really be glad "co
Mr. Ben Cuttino,
practical Shoemaker, is a
I value my Clar-endon trad
similatiig thefoodandfl uta-'
Opiunrirorphine ior ifteral.
lNOT NAR C O TIC.
Uen. JOSEPH WHEELER.
WHEN IN SUMTER.
ld him in store under Opera
t look up for the city clock
d if you go there, he sells so
on is low."
n old Clarendon man, and
and will always try to give
For Infants and Children.
he Kind You Have
INKCASTCMPN. EOR IY
We have just received the largest assortment of La
dies' and Misses' Capes we have ever brought to this mar
ket, and can assure the ladies that if they will only give us
a trial we will please them in style, quality and price.
Capes, 54c to $8.00.
We have just received a large assortment of Ladies'
0'Handkerchief Cases, Ladies' Glove Cases, Ladies' Toilet.
0=Sets, Cravat Cases, Albums, Pic'ture Frames, Onyx Tables,
Easels, Pictures, Vases and Japanese Ware.
Be sure to call and gret your choice before they are all
By Taking Advantage of
IOR GRIND 1 e 3i
Which is going on now, and will continue until all of
Sour Winter Goods are sold out. We have cut our
prices down to NOTHING on account of the low
price of cotton.
See our $1.48 Mackintosh Overeoats.
See our 74e Ladies' Shoes.
See o 8 Lde Shoes.
Sea- 8 ade'Sos
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W eae jusr1.8H-e ed Shoress tet -Ldis
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