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he uning Kimes.
Publishes All County and Town Of
MA\NNING. S. c.. FEB. 1. 1901.
Notice is hereby given that no advertise
ments will be changed in this paper where
the copy is brought in later than Saturday
You Are Invited...
to call at The .IENKIN
SON DIlY GOODS S'.:"E and in
spect the beautiful line of new
pring Clothing they now have on
exhibition for early spring wear.
We would also be pleased to show you
our new spring styles in nice Felt
Hats for Young Men. Also a nice
line of Felt Hats for old Men. Boys
There are still lots of bargains to be
found on our Bargain Tables for
the Spot Cash.
Big lot of Remnants at and below cost.
Outing in any lengths you wish at
Sic yard. Calicos at 4e yard.
Large lot of Laces and Embroideries
at very attractive prices.
Fiue White India Lawns at lOc yard.
Fine White Apron Goods at Se. worth
W. E. JENKINSON.
Died. last Thursday. an infant son of
Nr. and 'Mrs. W. E. .Tenkinson.
Dr. .1. A. Mayes. one of the oldest and
best citizens of'Mayesville died on the
The town of Manning has a popula
tion of 1430. as against 1049 ten years
George Epperson. colored, goes to
the chaingang thirty days as a town
Smallpox is in many parts of the
State. Vaccination is the only safe 1
Mr. Isaac M. Loryea has been on a
visit of several days to relatives in
Damon Lodge. Knights of Pythias,
has been discontinued and the charter
Miss Maude Brock of Panola, spent
yesterday in town with h er sister. Mrs. I
.1. Horton Rigby.
Mr. S. I. Till returned yesterday aft
ernoon. after spending several days at
his former home, Elloree.
Under an act of the Legislature re
cently passed eighteen new grand jur
ors will be drawn for this year.
For Rent-One-Horse Farm on Als
brook plantation, one mile from Man
ning. Apply to J. D. Alsbrook.
Requisites for the Toilet, Necessities
for the Table. Supplies for the Study
and School Room. The R. B. Loryea
MIr. F. P. Cooper of The State was in
Mlanning yesterday. M1r. Coopor once
lived in Clarendon and is always at
Died. Thursday 7th, a three year old
son of M1r. and MIrs. J. H. Williams.
The family took the remains to Wilson,
N. C. for burial.
The recent court in Greenville was a c
very heavv one and sends mnany to thet
enitentiary and chaingang, also three <
'mato the gallows in M1arch.
"Cleanlines next to godliness."~ We i
carry the largest and best assorted line
of Soap ever displayed in MIanning.
The RI. B. Loryea Drug Store.
We need two copies of THE TIMES of
January 9, 1901, to keep on file and wtll
apreciate it very much if some of our
sbscribers will fuirnish them.
"Reading maketh a full man." All
the latest successes in fiction, in Cloth
and Paper Editions: Poets 35c a vol- 1
ume and upwards. The R. B. Loryea2
Professor J. G. Clinkscales of Wof- 1
ford College will deliver an address at
the Graded Sc hool Friday night at 8:30, 1
to which the public are invited.
"There is nothing half so sweet in
life as loves young dream," our Valen
tines are gems of art, beautiful and 1
dainty designs, sentimental and comic.
The n. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Very heavy criminal dockets are re
ported' in many of the counties awaiting
the February and MIarch terms of the
oourt. Prosperity seems to beget reck
lessness and recklessness means crime.
We have exclusive control for MIan
ning of the Rio Hondo hand-made. long
fille-: Cigar. the best 5-cent smoke ever
offered to the public. The R. B. Lor
yea Drug Store.
A pleasant and successful hot supper
was given at M1r. R. E. Burgess' last
week for the purpose of raising money
for the Bethel Presbyterian church.
Everybody had a good time and the
nice sum of $7-> was raised.
Plant only genuine Seed Potatoes:
von labor in vain if von do not. E e
carry genuine Early Rose and Bliss
Triumph Seed Potatoes. The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store.
Professor John G. Clinkscales of Wof
ford College will lecture in the M1etho
dist churen next Sunday morning.
There will also be a rally of the Ep
worth League at night, at which Pro
fessor Clinkscales will also make a talk.
We have iust received the largest
and most superb assortment of Ex
tracts-all odors --Perfumes. Cologne,
in handsomely designed cont,-:ners, or
any quantity 'desired. The Rt. B. Lor
yea Drug Store.
Ed. Dingle shot and killed Sarah
Hicks with a double barreled gun three
miles east of M~anning last week. The
parties are all negroes. Dingle claims
the killing was accidental, but the cor
oner's inquest sent him up for trial and
he is in jail.
We can do without Chinese emigra
tin, but we must have their tea: the
best comes overland, via Russia. Our
Ame Green and Black Tea is unsur
assed. A trial will convince. The R.
R. Enryea Drug Store.
Weudrtn from rumor that
there will be sonic more sensational
develoments today or tomorrow in the
Kingstree dispensnry matter, and that
perhaps somne morie parties will join
the late dispenser in i mprisonmenit for
complicity in the late big steal.
Mlillions of people are familiar with
DeWitt's Little Early Risers and those
who use them tind them to be famous
itte liver pills. Never gripe. The RI.
1.L )ye rag Store. Isaae MI. Loryea
Little li5a Mlay Dradham gave her
many ltt le girl friends a nice b;rthdLay
party at the Mlanning Hotyl last Satur
day afternoon. clebrating her thir~
tenth birthday. PrIofessorI Thackstoni
ad the local 'editor~ were invited and
behaved like two nice little boys. The
\r. W. C. C'handler, who has had
the management of the cemetery the
past year. requests that all who havt
subscribed for the url)pose of kee1ptt
the place in grood Ger w'ill pay him:
their amounts at once. He has ar
ranged with Mr. T. E. Hinson to kte'g
the cemetery in order airain this year.
The "city of the dead" has been better
kept the past year than it ever was be
fore. much to the eredit of these gen
tlemen, and the public should appreei
ate their interest and give them all
necessary su pport in the matter.
Bismarck's Iron Nerve
Was the result of his splendid health. In
donitable will and trenendots energy are not
found where stomach. liver. kidneys and bowels
are out of order. if you want these qualities
and the success they bring, use Dr. King's New
Life Pills. They develop every power of brain
and body. Only:'''e. at The it. B. Loryea Drug
It is an easy matter to sit in an office
and give farne-rs advice. Such advice
is oftentim"s. and very properly so.
paid little attention to, because it pro
ceeds from the minds of men who know
nothing at all about practical farming
and who reason absolutely upon theo
retical lines. We seldom venture much
advice upon this subject, but we do not
think it amiss to call the attention of
farmers'to a few things. Cotton has
brought a remarkably good price the
past season. That means a tremendous
creage will be planted throughout the
South this year. With good, or even
average seasons. the year 1901 will
probably record the largest crop ever
made in the world. We have no assur
aince that the price next fall will be as
rood as it was the past. More horses
and mules will be sold in .anuary and
February in Manning this season per
haps than ever were sold in any two
months before. They are here now and
:he people are buying them. The rail
'oads are kept busy hauling fertilizers,
md this is not only the condition here.
Dut all over the country. Nearly all
)rovisions are high and will probably
o higher. Have you arranged for a
good provision crop? If so. then make
ill the cotton you can. but it is unwise
'or any man who lives by agriculture to
)lant his whole crop in cotton and ex
)ect to buy his provisions. in the face
)f the present indications of the largest
otton crop ever made. and the conse
uent result of a lowering in the price.
No Right to Ugliness.
The woman who is lovely in face. form and
emper will always have friends. but one who
could be attractive must keep her health. If
he is weak. sickly and all run down, she will
e nervons and irritable. If she has constipa
ion or kidney trouble. her impure blood will
ause pimples. blotches. skin eruptions and a
retched complexion. Electric Bitters is the
est medicine in the world to re:ulate stomach.
'er and kidneys and to purify the blood. It
ves strong nerves. bright eyes. smooth. velvety
in. rich complexion. It will make a :ood
oking. charming woman of a run-down invalid.
)nly f5O cents at The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.'
This Is Indeed Heroic.
ditor The Manning Times:
I have written The Farmer request
ag that the "Citizen" letter be repub
ished over my signature. I did not
rite it, but if the one who did can't
ign it I can, for I agree with its spirit
nd wish the matter explained.
Have given a member of the Board a
hance to explain but have yet re
A. PLUMMER BURGESS.
Summerton. S. C., Feb. S. 1901.
[When 'Mr. Burgess addresses a comt
aunication to THE TIMES which needs
xplaining we shall endeavor to com
lv with his wishes, but when he pro
oses to stubstitute himself for one who
Sin hiding, we must deline. It is a
ell known fact that there are some
eople with whom we will have no con
ention, and it is also well known that
re do not propose to dignify certain
eople by permitting ourself to become
avolved in a controversy with them.
t is always a pleasure to receive letters
om M1r. Burgess, but we would much
refer receiving from him something
f his own production written directly
o us than something written by an
MIr. Burgess says he did not write
he "Citizen" letter, btut has asked for
t to be r'eproduced over his signature.
hat is all riglat, we have no objections.
Ve cannot understand why Mr. Bur
~ess comes to the relief of anonymous
'Citizen,'' unless he hopes to get an
xplanation from us. If this is his put'
ose he will be disappointed for the
>resent, but if he will be patient there
iill come a time when explanations are
n order and will be made. In other
ords, we do not propose to expose our
>sition that our political enemies
ight arrange this to suit emergen
There is only one matter in the whole
~usiness whichi may need explaining by
s, that is the matter of recommending
he appointment of the Board of County
ommissioners without consulting the
elegation. This will be done at the
>oper time; at any rate the Senator
.ssumed the responsibility. As fat' as
he printing matter is concerned, that
omes within the discretion of the com
nissioners and with which we have
othing to do.-ED. TIMES.]
You have used all a
sorts of cough reme
dies but it does not!
yield; it is too deep!
seated. It may wear
itself out in time, but I
it is more liable to I
produce la grippe,
pneumonia or a sern
ous throat affection.!
You need something JI
that will give you I
strength and build i
up the body.
will do this when everything:
else fails. There is no doubt!
about it. It nourishes,
strengthens, builds up andI
makes the body strong and!
healthy, not only to throw:i
off this hard cough, but to!
fortify the system against:=
further attacks. If you are!
run down or emaciated you
should certainly take this!
nourishing food medicine.
- an Soo, a3i drgists.
His Life Was Saved.
ir..1. J . .ily. a pro'minent citizen of Han
nibal. M10.. lately h:d a wonderful deliverance
from a fright fui death. In telling of it he says:
I was taken with typhoid fever that ran into
pneum:eni:t. 3Ip lungs became hardened. I was
so weak I couldn't eve: sit up in bed. Nothing
h.lpel me. I eXpected won to die of (onsun
ption. wh'en I heard of Dr. King's New Discov
ery. Oie bottle :ae great relief. I continued
to uae it. and now am well and string. I can't
'ay too much in its praise." This marvellou.
medicine is the surest and quickest cure in Ihe
world for all throat and lung trouble. liegul:r
sizes 5J cents and K1.00. Trial bottle, free at Th
R. B. Loryea Drug Store: every hottle "ua:ran
Read in another page the comibilna
tion offer-we are making. Thtougli a
misunderstanding several who took ad
vantage of this offer last year did not
get their papers promptly. but our
arrangements are such now. that evet-y
person who pays up. and one year in
advance, and all new suibscrt'ibers, will
get this valuable farm journal promptly.
Remember von get THE TIMES and
Farm and Home for $1..A.
Letting .ell Enongh Alone.
Mr. Meeke-'There's an error in this
plumber's bill. but I guess I won't say
anything about it.
Mr. Meeke-ie might charge me for
making the correction.-Brooklyn Life.
MARYLAND CASUALTY CO. sells
Accident and Health insurance Poli
cies. They are liberal and up-to-date.
See F. N. WILSON. Agent,
48-4t] Manning. S. C.
Reports show a greatly increased
death rate from throat and lung trou
bles. due to the prevalence of croup.
pneumonia and grippe. We advise the
use of One Minute Cough Cure in all of
these difficulties. It is the only harnm
less remedy that gives immediate re
sults. Children like it. The R. P
Loryea Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryea
Forty-first session began .autlary 7.
1901. Thorough preparation for any
college. Individual teaching. Tuition,
$1 to $4 per month.
M3Rs. E. C. ALSBROOK.
45 tf ] . Principal.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
The regular examination for teach
ers' certificates will be held at the court
house in Manning on Friday. 15th inst.
Examination to begin promptly at 9
o'clock. L. L. WELLS.
Co. Supt. of Education.
Manning, S. C.. Feb. 5, 1901.
The R. 13. Loryea Drug Store will refund you
your money if you are not satisfied after using
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
They cure disorders of the stomach. biliousness.
constipation and headache. Price. cents.
Another combination offer we are
making which we hope will prove an
inducement to make the people take an
increased interest in keeping up with
the trend of events. Listen! We will
send you THE M1ANNING TIES, The
Thrie'e-a-Week Edition of The New
York World and The Farm and Hotme
for $2.23 a year. Remember that for
2.25 w'e will'send you all thr'ee of these
papers. THE TIMES management
means to let the rest of the State see
that Clarendon county supports a fear
less and up-to-date county paper, a pa
per that voices the view-s of it; editol'.
that has no boss and that has e-:er stood
by the people. The New Yor'k World
three times each week is one of the
finest newspapers p)ublished in Amer'
ica. The Farm and Home is devoted
to agricultur-al, mechanical and house
holdinterests and no farmer's family
should be without it.
We want subscribers to take advan
tage of this magnificent offer we are
There is always danger' in using
cotnterfeits of DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve. The original is a safe and cer
tain cure for piles. It is a soothing and
healing salve for sores and all skin dis
eases. The R. B. Lor'yea Drug Stor'e,
Isaac M1. Loryea. Prop.
The Twvo Senators.
Congressman Jones of Virginia told
this story of his father: DIrectly after
the war Jones senior was sent to the
state senate. Anl old slave who had
belonged to him was also elected to the
senate. The two drew adjoining seats.
Senator Jones was very courteous and
in addressing his former slave always
called him senator. The old negro
stood it for some time and finally said:
"Massa William, I don't like dis sena
tor business. Kain't I come down to
yo' house andi visit that cook of yourn?
I suhtinly would like permission to vis
it yo' kitchen."
The request was granted, and while
Senator Jones was in his library the
other senator was down in the kitchen
visiting the cook.
Recent experiments show that all
classes of foods may be completely di
gested by a preparation called Kodul
Dyspepsia Cure. -which absolutely di
gests what you eat. As it is the only
combination of all the nat-al digest
ants ever devised the demand for it has
become enormous. It has never failed
to cure the very worst cases of indiges
tion and it always gives instant relief.
The R. B. Loryea Dtrug Store, Isaac M1.
A Dreadful Momnent.
A conductor on the Park line had an
experience the other day that is quite
certain to cause him many uncomforta
ble minutes in the future. His car
stopped at Spruce street to let a middle
aged lady on. and as she took h~er seat
the conductor gave the miotormnan two
bells. andl the car shot ahead. When
the conductor ente-red the car', the wo
man in question was1 looking out of the
window and did not see his outstretch
"Fare, please," remarked the con
The woman evidently did not hear
him, for she did not turn her head.
Neither did she hold out the necessary
"Fare, please," said the conductor in
a louder tone.
But the woman paid no heed. Then
the conductor touched her on the shoul
der and in a tone of voice that rang
through tile car exclaimed:
"Your fare, please, lady:"
Then the woman turned hastily
around and looked at the~ conductor.
The knight of the bellcordl gayv' one
gasp and fled to the back platform.
The woman was his mother-in-law.
How to Cure the Grip.
Remtain quietly at home and take Chambei r
ains Cough liemedly a- di recte-d :mnd a quick
-ecovery is Sitre to fol'ow. Thtat remedy coun
te ract- any teindenc.y ofthei~ rip to result tm
pteumionia. whtcht Isreally t he only sertous
dtngr. Among the tens of thousands w'hio have
.sed it for the grip not onie catn has ever beten
reported thtat did ntot recove'r. Fo'r satle by TPh"
It. 1Lr.,a Drug Store. Isatae M. La ry(-t.
a:. Weil as tradel . ai~ it) ('1u("' "" : .
self in pos(itiTn to be of -(1V 's t I
patrons Who desire to keep 1"::(( 'A4
the progrt'ss of tiw day. we hI
e(1 an arran hx W1lelen l (t t:
supplv ou 't1 ( t
azine and T - I \IA \4I IM E mil1
hined for $-'._5p> .11- in alkane
\Iet - rinres \la.azine i1 on( f t1 1" l nes
Iiterarv jolluirdals publisht'd. it stamam1.4 11
is hiil.and its corps of cont1ihutors an1
aluml tht' most able in the( w:or1ld.
retader of this \laga4zin is a -enuehe
after knowledge, and \w' et knows- of n4
better or mure protitable real( dingI thm1
eat be foulld in Ihe pages of this ctelt
brated Magazine. No library i Boin
ollete" without it. W k. offer \I.-<-hirt
Maagazine antd THI-2 ANNiN TitM::
for 2.25 per year.
BeaTh Kind You Have Always Boug
J. M. McCOLLOUGH,
Opposite Leg & Hutchin:son's Stables
Give lse a trial and I will 'riV'e (it
the best work for little money.
A Modern Ginnery.
We have at linini. S. C.. on an ex
ertlient location. a Complete 3-71 Sau
'Murrav Ginuing Systen. with ( leanin,
Feeders: 50 H. P. hd!1ler and 41) 11. 1'
engine. Struthers & \Wels mitsake.
This is a new plant. It i, for sale.
Write us if ilnter( stted.
\V. 1. (I fS B1 o.
C'ohnubia". S. ('..
Machinery and ii Supplies.
There will b sold( olthe hihest bid
der. for cash. at 1:1e residt'nce of the
late J. J. Broughtou. near Pinewood.
S. C.. a lot of personal propert of his
estate. consisting in part of fonr 'Mules.
a Two-Horse Wagon. a lot of hogs and
other personal effects.
The sale will commene at 11 o'clock
A. M. on the 19th day of February.
T. E. & N. L. BPT" 1GH TON.
... _sZ. ...
It's easy to have a change
of color by using Diamond
Dyes. They are made for
home use; will not crock or
fade; and color anything any
color. Strongest of all dyes.
IE R. B. LORYIl DRf 8TOE.
ISAAC M, LORYEA, Proprietor,
-4'='FHONE NO. 2.
F pecia a :ttenltiont showtn to mlail
BEL & MA THIS,
And All Manner of Iron Work.
Special Attention Glien to orseshoeing.
We warrant satisiaetion.
Below Baptist Chutrchl. MIaning. S. C.
he Tisdale Hotel,
Siummerton, S. C.
Livery Stable Near at Hand.
iew Building, New Fumitare,
> good real estate .security, oni rea
R. 0. PURDY.
Money to Loan,
WILSON & DuRANT.
Extract af Lemoon
-. : Frum o
Messino Lemons. o
The Delight of Housekeepars.
D. 0. Rhamne,
Summerton, S. C.
- T H E -- =.
iManning Hardware Co.,
Keep ink abirea.1st with the rapid p1ro j4re44 s]winlg mnae- in1 our town and county
have e4nlar:rel thii:Ir store r(m)() aur' h 1411i4Iased fur -pot cash the largest stock of
1 1:rdware ever brought into (Clarendon ounty.
-:~very usiiness man knows the value of cash wIe n buying goods: it means
that the 1roodls :-4 delivered at the lo( wt pr ices obtainald. and enables the
plclhasecr to sell at ;pics impossil e when bought t 1herw is : combine this with
th knowledge of where to lty and when to buy" you may be reasonably sure
13h::t you are getti~n your ; ood44S at the right tigtres. WCe are- pleased to say
ti:.t <mr effort and study in this iirection has not beien without etfeet and ap
p;"-".iat!ion as is be 1g1 demlostai:ited cd l onStatlly b y our inleaSing pattonage.
N4ow is the t ite that 114us s :eu- being replaired for the coinig year. It will
b of interest to pn4eelmss to examline our stock of KNO1 U( linKS. I1IN( -:5.
1 .\SI's. ST.\PL ES. N.A LS. WINI)( )W FEST E:NSlI. etc.
Farmers who have stiff, heavy lands will find the Oliver Chilled I Plow hest:
th se with light. sandy soil will Iiud one of our several grades of Dixie IBoy
1lows he..t. Also Shovel Plows and Twisters.
W have to arrive several kiuds of ('otton Planter. all of the most poputr
Our line of 0. K. Stoves are line and the sales of them this season have been
tio- largest in thel history of the stove trade in our town. We have a nice line
of Agate and Tinware to show and have recently bought the most complete line
of ('rockery ever shown here. We extiet to offer this at prices that cannot be
Parties who contemplate painting should try our high grade
Hamm ar Paint.
This P':aint ditfers from the m1uh adve1itised cheap paints, in b eing of uni
fotrmti quality aud every can is backed iby an absolute guarantee as to purity by
MANNING HARDWARE CO.
Tils Excpiia Bargaills11
TILL'S RACKET STORE
A ol, METIE AWAY.
It is only about twenty days yet and all our Winter Goods
will be sold, and then when you come and they will be gone, you
will have to curse yourself and not us, as we cannot hold goods at
these prices for any one.
Remember when we say Cost we mean it, and not cost on a
few pieces of old goods or old shoes ond shelf-worn goods, but
Staples as well as regular goods. All our stock is new-has not
been in the store six months.
Again. come and see for yourself.
Yours for cut prices,
S.1I. TIL L,
Iorder to matke. room for our large Sp)ring Stock
Sthat will soon be coming in. we have applied the knife and
cut prices down to the very root.
Wedon't think it good judgment to carry goods ov er
Sfrom one season to another, therefore will offer all Cloth
in ehave on hand, and we have a nice line of it.
Mels aiid Bovs Suits.,
P alits aIl(d Overcoats." I
atY pri-es~ that will surprise you. Now if you want a Suit,
an u Overcoat. pair of Pants, a Hat, a Cap, a Shirt or any
Sthing in Underwear at y-our own p~rice, come to see us and
y xou will be~ convinced that we mean just what we say.
Our trade for the short time we have been in business
ha for ei xceedled our e'xpec'tations and we know no better
war to show our appreciation than to give our friends and__
Spuaron a chance to buty what they need in this line for
tihe balance of this winter without at protit. These goods~
Remnember w~e havtxe
No Job Lots _
to offer: all of our goods are' fresh and new.
We also htave anything inl a Shoe you may want.
Thanking you one andl all for your liberal patronmage,
-ca u o
5th to 16th of February.
[f you have money to spend
don't fall to attend this
Sale. It will pay you.
S You know as well as we do that it is the right time to
Splans your gardens and potato patches. Well, we have
Sthe Best Fresh Garden Seed for you and the best Bliss
Sand Early Rose Seed Irish Potatoes for you, and our
Sprices are always below everybody else too.
Our Mid-Winter Selling
SOf seasonable goods continues to grow more interesting
as the days come and go, and we can please you if you
Shave any notion of buying anything.
S SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS IN BLACK DRESS
SGOODS to make up for February.
SFine Black Silk Poplin Dress Goods, regular $2.00
S value and 46 inches wide, at...... .. ......$ --1 49
SFine Black Satin Loutinia Dress Goods, 45 inches
S wide, regular beauty, nice and light, at..... 1 24
SFine Black Prunelle Dress Goods, 45 inches wide, at 1 24
SFine Black Whip Cord Dress Goods, a nobby skirt
S material, 45 inches wide, at.. .. ..........-- . -- 99c
SFine Brilliantines, Henriettas, Cashmeres in medium
S price Dress Goods from 25c to. .. .. ..... ---....Ic
SGranite Brooche is a fine line of light colored Dress
S Goods, something new, 38 inches wide, at.... .. ~5c
Fine China Wash Silks for your February
Shirt Waist in a complete line of colors at 49c
__ Regular 65c Silks.
Fine line of the Wash Jap Silks at. .. .. .. 39c
that will wash like a Gingham.
rWe are the strongest and cheapest people in the
SState on Remnants, especially in White Goods.
S 500 yards White Check Nainsooks, in Remnants,6
c- at........------------------ -------.-.-. -----.
Regular 10c value. .
SGood quality plain White Lawn, 7c kind, at.. ......c oc
m i Remnants.10
SFine White Dimity at..................
S that sells readily at 15c: these are Remnants but
S they are good.
SFine 40-inch wide Dunbar Lawns, regular price 20c,10
S for.. . ........................- - -- -- -- - - -
Men's Wear DepartmentL
S We are showing nice Suits, extra Pants, Hats and
other things, and we have just gotten in a large shipment
of tine Negligee Shirts that we have marked cheap--all
SAre always found in our store. If you want any Shoes
right now you can get them mighty cheap) from us.
SAY! If you want a pair of Blankets or a Quilt cheap
for the cold, windy March weather you had best come
'S. A. jRigby
_LEADER OF EVERYTRING.