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MANNING, S. C.. NOV. 25. 1903.
Publishes All County and Town Of
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MIST be in
this oflice by Saturday Noon in order to
insure publication the following week.
Marning Street Car Schedule.
Leave Central Hotel corner 9:00 a. m. and 6:45
p. 1m. fur the pass;en-ger trains. zud the car will
also meet the frei~zht trains. Arrangrements
have been made with the agent at depot to tele
phone when freight trains are approaching
Fare. 10 c:. aeh war.
read the piano exhibit advertisement
in another column.
What's the matter with our news
gatherer at Suinmerton?
The Manning Grocery Co., is piling
in the goods in its temporary quarters.
Prof. Ellison Capers, Jr., and vife of
Summerton spent last Monday in Man
The postofice will observe Sunday
hours tomorrow, and the banks will be
Mr. Eddie Strange of Barnwell is in
Manniag visiting his mother 'Mrs. F. 0.
Dispensary inspector Dean was in
Manning last Monday inspecting our
Mr. W. E. Reaves of Whigham, Ga.,
is in Manning on a visit to his parents
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Reaves.
The Manning Social Club will give
their annual Thanksgiving ball to
morrow evening at the Institute Hall.
The following is the honor roll of
Wilson school. Miss Gordon principal:
Misses Lillie Piowden, Martha Plowaen
and Cammie Kolb.
Mrs. W. T. Sellers left yesterday for
her home at Fort Mill, taking the
children with her, and little Willie is
left here all by his lonely.
In sending in communications for
publication, the writers will have to
write on single sheets and number them
so the printers can handle them.
Coffey & Rigby certainly have a nice
lot of horses and mules. They sold one
last week to a colored) farmer for $240
cash, and it was cheap at that price.
The Southern All Star Vaudvillee
Show came last Thursday, gave a bum
show, had trouble with the authorities
about license and left we hope for good.
Married this morning at Bishopville,
Mr. H. A. Richbourg of Summerton
and Miss Carrie Shuford of Bishopville.
The couple will make their home in
There will be a hot supper given at
Workman X Roads Friday night Dec
ember 11, for the benefit of the Work
man Methodist church. The public is
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets are becoming a favorite for
stomach troubles and consipation. For
sale by The R. B. Loryea Daug Store,
Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
Invitation cards have been sent out
announcing the coming marriage of
Dr. C. F. Williams of Columbia, and
Miss May P. Wilson of Mannmng to
take place December 8th.
Our Thanksgiving turkeys have come'
on schedule time. Mr. James A. Bur
gess of Foreston fetched us one, and
Mir. W. H. Gaillard of DuRant another.I
These be good Samaritans.
There is an impression abroad that
the invitations for the Thanksgiving
dance were printed and sent out on
Sunday. The invitations were printed
in this omece, and were mailed in the
postoffice on Saturday.
Married last Thursday at the home
of the bride's parents. near Sumter,
Mr. George A. Cochran, and M1iss
Emmie Singleton, a daughter of Mr.
John W. Singleton, Rev. J. D. Hug
gins of Paxville performed the cere
Our readers ought to see .Rigby's
stock of clothing. He carries the
famous "Schloss Bros" goods, noted
the world over for their perfect fitting,
and durability. It will pay any one
wanting a suit of clothes to look at
Read Jenkinson's half page advertis
ment in this issue. Jenkinson, cramped
as he is for room, is determined not to
let his trEade get away from him, and to
hold his customers he has made extra!
efforts to get in a good stock, to sell at~
The farmers clubs should now hold
meetings to combine in the purchase of
fertilizers. Every club in the county
by combining their means can save, at
least 82i.00 per ton, and in our opinion
the sooner they get together, appoint
one of their number to correspond with
fertilizer concerns the quicker will
they be in a position to have such in
formnation which will save a great deal
of money, and we suggest the president
of each club call a meeting immediate
ly to consider this matter.
We cannot understand why it is, but
complaints are constantly reaching us
about subscribers not gettmng their
paper regularly. THE TDiES is sent
from here every week with systematic
regularity, and if a package of papers
reaches a postoffice then every sub
scriber, who has not been cut off for
non-payment, should get the paper. It
frequently happens that some neighbor
gets the paper and fails to deliver it.
and then again the paper sometimes
gets into the hands of a sucker who
-hangs about a postoffice to beat his
reading matter. We try hard to have
our paper reach those who are honestly
entitled to it, but with all we can do,
the dead-beat and sucker will get ahead
Tomorrow Hell Hole will be explored
by a party of experienced hunters from
Clarendon. Whit Plowden was in
town yesterday telling us about the
trip. 'He says the camp will be at
Plantersville in Berkley county and
the party will consist of E. R. Plowden,
W. M1. Plowden. H. A. Plowden, G. M.
W.E.Daniels,several jugs dogs and other
paraphernalia for a first class hunt. Old
Whit is very enthusiastic over the
prospect of a good time, and his refer
ence to what the party will carry along
brought a glisten to his eyes that ,we
could imagine seeing him astride of a
spirited jug in Hell Hole swamp, and as
e raises it up hear the gluck, gluck,
luck which follows such a move
ment when elders, deacons and
laymen are out on a camp .hunt
with brother Whit as commnissar
i. If this party dont bring us some
of the spoils of the hunt we will tell all
about the bottle in the empty flour
barrel which took several men to lift
from the wagon on returning home from
a former hunt.
WANTED-Faithful person to call on
retail trade and agents for manufactur
ing house having well established busi
ness; local territory; straight salary $20
paid weekly and expense money; previ
ous experience unnecessary; position
permanent; previous experience unnec
essary: position permanent: ousiness
successful. Enclose self-addressed en
velope. Superintendent Travelers, 605
nn Rldg. Chicago.
At a recent meeting of council it was
decided to reduce the police force to
two men, increase their salaries, and
employ a lamp lighter. So far as the
increasing of salaries is concerned we
think that all right, and we think the
same about the lamp lighter, but we do
not think it wise to cut down the police
force. Two men cannot do full justice
to the townand to leave the town at this
season of the year, when their is cotton
in the yards without proper police pro
tection is in our judgment penny wise
and pound foolish. We are not advo
cating the retention of any particular
member of the force, but we hope
council will reconsider cutting down
It is absolutely necessary to have a
noticeman at the night trains, and
while he is down there the other
parts of town are without protection,
and then again, the business part of the
town is not all that is in need of police
protection, while one man is guarding
the stores there ought to be another in
other parts of the town, and both on
the look out to give aid in case of an
No gentleman, do not reduce the
force, Manning needs two night police
man., we would rather have no day
police at all, rather than be without
two police at night. If the man about
to be dismissed is not giving satisfac
tion, other men will be glad to get the
place, but so far as we have been able
to observe Policeman Thames makes a
good officer; this however, is entirely a
matter for the council's discretion,
they alone are to judge whether a man
is giving satisfaction, but we do say,
taxpayers have a right to make known
the fact that they do not think the
town will be properly policed at night
with only one policeman on duty. As
we said before we have no objections to
raising salaries or the clothing council
proposes to buy for the police; these
men have bitter weather to contend
with and the pay is not too much. We
believe in good pay. but when we give
good pay then we want good service.
"Fewer Gallons; Wears Lorger."
The secret is out and Manning can
,o on living just as if the riddle had
never been asked.
No, it can't, either. Manning is not
going to be what it was before. It;
houses are zoing to be brighter; its
people a little more prosperous-they
are going to have some of their money
left to buy other things with.
The answer to the riddle is this; you
can paint a building with fewer gallons
of Devoe Lead and Zinc paint than with
mixed paints. and it will wear several
times as long as a building painted with
lead and oil mixed by hand.
Ther's proof abundant of it all over
the United States. There will soon be
proof abundant of it in Manning.
What will people do with the rest of
Installation of Rev. J. M. Holladay.
On last Thursday the Presbytery of
Harmony met in Manning Presbyterian
church for the purpose of receiving
Rev. J. M. Holladay into its member
ship, and to install him Pastor of that
church. The Moderator of the Pres
bytery, Rev. W. S. Porter, presided
and preached a sermon of power and
one most appropriate to the occasion.
The Rev. James McDowell propounded
the constitutional questions. The Rev.
J. F. Stephenson then gave a charge to 1
the Pastor. a charge which had been
thoroughly prepared and a model of its
kind. He was followed by Rev. N.-W.3
Edmunds, D. D., of Sumter who gave
the charge to the people. His charge
was full of sound practical advice, well
elivered, and the congregation will-slo
well to heed it. The service was then
oncluded by a tender prayer offered
by Mr. McDowell.
The whole service was very interest
ng and solemn. It was a great pleas
re to the members of the Manning]
hurch to have these brethren with<
them, and also other members of the
Presbytery in the Eldership and minis- 1
ry. Mr. McDowell was warmly greet
by old friends, and it gave the church
genuine pleasure to have him present
and take a part in these interesting
Notice to Confederate Veterans.
The Confederate Veterans of Claren
don county will please assemble at the
court house in Manning on Monday,
14th of December next at 12 o'clock for
the purpose of electing a Pension Board
for the ensuing year, and attend to such
other matters that may come before
them. Harry Benbow Camp is hereby
invited to meet with us, so that we may
act in harmony in raising the amount
recuested of us to build monument to
our beloved Hampton, and to organize
a Chapter of.Daughters and such other
matters as may be deemed important.
Let us have a large gathering on that
day. D. J. BRADHAM.
Chairman B. P.
A. J. RICHBOURG,
Pension Commissioners C. C.
Manning, S. C., Nov. 20, 1903. [10-3t
Loss of Flesh
When you can't eat break
fast, take Scott's Emulsion.
When you can't eat bread
ad butter, take Scott's
Emusion. When you have
been living on a milk diet and
want something a little more
nourishing, take Scott's
To get fat you must eat
fat. Scott's Emulsion is a
great fattener, a great:
Those who have lost flesh
want to increase all body
tissues, not only fat. Scott's
Emulsion increases them all,
bone, flesh, blood and
i~or invalids, for con
valescents, for consumptives,
for weak children, for all
who need flesh, Scott's
Emulsion is a rich and com
fortable food, and a natural
Scott's Emulsion for bone,
flesh, blood and nerve.
- We will send you
a free sample.
'Be sure that this picture
in the form of a label is on
the wrapper of every bottle
of Emulsion you buy.
SCOTT' & BOWNE,
409 Pearl St., N. Y.
50c. and $1h all druggists.
Thanksgiving services will be held
in the Methodist church on next Thurs
day morning at 11 a. m. Rev. J. M.
H6lladay will preach the sermon. An
offering will be made to the several
orphanages in the State. Please bring
your ofiering in an envelope to which
~ou wish it given. Let us show our
'gratitude to God for his blessings upon
us and our homes by giving liberally to
these worthy institutions.
Honor Roll Pinewood School.
Editor The Manning Times:
Mary Weeks, 95: Bessie Geddings,
D4: Ida Griffin, 94: Plasseda Barwick,
D3; Annie Bagnal, 93: May Griffin, 92;
Camilla Geddings, 91; Isabel Weeks,
90: James Weeks, 91: Johnnie Spain,
90: Robt. Griffin, 90; Laurie Grifiin.
90: Clifton Brown. 90.
R . 0. McCUTCIIEN.
Pinewood, Nov. 23, 1903.
Honor Roll Packsville School.
Bertha Stone. Nita Taylor, Ethel
Corbett, Sadie Jones, Nonie Corbett,
Essie McKnight, Marion Huggins.
Harry Bryant, Jimmie Broadway,
Leila Corbett, Henry Richbourg, Leila
Geddings, Rintha Broadway.
arrie Jones, Cludie McLeod, Vivian
urtis, Zula Corbett.
A. T. DAVIS.
Delegates to the State Baptist Convention.
Editor The Manningz Times:
Will you do me the kindness to say
in the next issue of your paper, that
the following gentlemen are the regu
[arly appointed delegates from the San
tee Baptist Association to the State
Conention soon to meet in Sumter, viz:
D. W. Alderman, R. J. Alderman, D.
J. Alderman, J. 0. Gough, E. L. Wil
kins, F. C. Thomas, P. R. Alderman,D.
. Bradham, G. T. Gresham, J. J. Net
tIes, E. E. Hodge, G. M. Hicks,, J. W.
Eennedy, J. E. Dupre,W. A. James,W.
R. Kennington, F. M. Satterwhite, J.
E. Brunson, E. C. Haynesworth, W. F.
Rhame, C. D. Peterson, J. M. Miller,
. C. Brown,J.D. Wilder,E. H. Rhame,
B. P. Cuttino, B. Walsh, T. V. Walch,
W. M. Graham, J. D. Huggins, M. A.
Donners, J. D. Rutledge. J. E. Tindal,
R. W. Cuttino, Jno. I. Brogdon, J. J.
lyers, Jabez Ferris, J. W. Kenney,W.
C. C. BROWN.
Cured of Piles After 40 Years.
Mr. C. Haney of Geneva, 0., had the
iles for 40 years. Doctors and dollars
ould do hiii no lasting good. DeWitt's
itch Hazel Salve cured him perma
iently. Invaluable for cuts, burns,
,ruises,sprains,lacerations, exzema, tet
er, salt rhem and all other skin diseas
s. Look for the name DeWitt on the
>ackage-all others are cheap, worth
ess, counterfeits. Sold by The R. B.
oryea Drug Store.
Why, Oh! Why?
.ditor The Manning Times:
In last week's TIMES there appeared
very timely article, calling upon the
own council to instruct the police to
-id the town of some very odnoxious
ersons, "P. D. Q.,'' and inquiry
as elicited the information that
o instructions have as yet been
iven the police. The TIMES' anti
:le meets with the endorsement and
~pproval of every decent citizen of
lanning, and why no instructions are
iven the police to drive out this pest
eeds an explanation. Surely those in
ontrol of our town can have no motive
or withholding instruct~ions to the po
ice to drive these nasty strumpets from
>ur town. Let us attribute the silence
>f council to pressing rivate business
hat makes them overlook a matter
hich appeals to decency, good order.
Lud the general welfare.
Mr. Editor, as a taxpayer with the
own's interests at heart I commend'
rou in your efforts to uphold decency in
>ur town, which be it said to its ever
asting credit had a reputation for
:lean living until within the past few
nonths when scandalous rumors have
eaked out. The nuisance our council's
ttention was directed to by you is such
L fagrant outrage that like yourself, I
2ad hoped it would be acted upon with
>ut any suggestions in the public
>rints. It was not acted upon however,
ind my information is no action has as
vet be'en taken. Why?
A member of council informed the
writer that action would be taken im
mediately when his attention was
:alled to your article, but for some rea
son the police who I am sure will do
their full duty have received no orders.
Why? Indifference to such matters is a
reection upon the authorities and I
hope for their sakes they will act with
To Close Thanksgiving Day.
We, the undersigned merchants here
by agree to close our stores on Thanks
giving day, Thursday Nov. 26:
S. A. Rigby.
B. A. Johnson.
Manning Hardware Co.
M. M. Krasnoff.
MLeod-Wilkins-King Co., W. G.
Mutual Dry Goods Co.,W. M. Turner,
S. I. Till & Co.
S. R. Venning.
P. B. Mouzon.
Dickson Hardware Co.
W. E. Brown & Co. (Sunday hours.)
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. (Sun
WV. E. Jenkinson.
Levi Mercantile Co.
W. M. Brockinton. (Sunday hours.)
S. L. Krasnoff.
L L Wells.
Information has reached me that par
ties not living on my lands, are cutting
and hauling lightwood from the "Col
cough place." I hereby forbid, under
penalty of the law, any and all persons
not tenants on said place from cutting
or hauling any wood from the place.
All persons are hereby forbidden
hunting and trespassing on the lands
now in possessiou of H. P. Spear, ad
ministrator, known as the "Old Planta
tion." Frierson place, near Wyboo.
& MN Young Men
FOR GOOD POSITIONJS
GUJARANTEED IN WRITINO.
00 FREE SCHOLARSHIPS OlTERED)
WRITE TO-DAY TO
GA. -ALA. BUS. COLLEGE, MACON, GA
JOS. F. RHAM1E. J3. H. LESEsNE.
RHAE & LESESNE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
ring ur inh Work tn The Times office.
S. I. Till & Co., Levi block.
The Furniture Man, Levi Block. [tf.
New lot Waistings and Trimmings at
Special prices on Ready-Made Skirts
Rugs! Rugs!! Rugs!!! See The
New lot John B. Stetson's Eats in the
new shape at Rigby's.
Seeded Raisins, Citrons and Currants
(right fresh) at Rigby's.
For large, beautiful, comfortable
Rockers see S. L. Krasnoff.
New lot of Shoes on our half price
counters this week. Rigby.
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Remember Krasnoff's Letter Writing
Contest closes December 23, 1903.
Plant Wood's tested and true Wheat
Seed. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Wanted-Corn and Peas at highest
cash price. R. D. Clark, at People's
Wanted-Men to do $400 or $500
worth of ditching at once. R. A. Sub
lett, Summerton, S. C.
Christmas Goods at the Prescription
Drug Store, Summerton, S. C. Look
for the sign of the Big Cigar.
An up-to-date line of Men's Extra
Pants, prices from $2 to :5. in Stouts.
Slims and Regulars at Rigbys.
When you come to town with your
Corn, Peas, Hay and Fodder look us
up. we pay the cash. Legg & Hutchin
Christmas Goods at the Prescription
Drug Store, Summerton, S. C. Look
for the sign of the Big Cigar.
Wanted-Persimmon, D o g w o o d,
Hickory and Holly Logs. Freight paid
on carloads, James Cockshott, Char
leston. S. C.
Wagon Harness,Plow Hames,Traces,
Back Bands, Lines, also Pitch Forks,
Shovels, Spades and Rakes. Legg &
Remember the date, Dec. 1st Tues
day. Hon. Luther Manship will give a
high class entertainment at Institute
Hall 8:45 p m sharp.
Christmas Goods at the Prescription
Drug Store, Summerton, S. C. Look
for tb.e sign of the Big' Cigar.
For Sale-A fine plantation within 3
miles of Manning, well equipped with
buildings. The terms can be had by
applying to this office.
Christmas Goods at the Prescription
Drug Store, Summerton, - S. C. Look
for the sign of the Big Cigar.
Don't miss it-A fine evenings en
joyment by Hon. Luther Manship, In
stitute Hall Dec. 1st. 8:45 p nm sharp.
Seats on sale at W. E. Brown & Co's.
Mlonday Nov. 30.
Come out, and hear Hon. Luther Man
ship Tuesday Dec. 1st at Institute Hall
5:45 p m sharp. Mr. Manship is a
ipeaker of rare merit and comes highly
mdorsed by both press and public.
Having exchanged a lot of new- Bug
ies and Harness for second hand ones,
iome of which we have hard worked
ver and are now in good repair. We
tre offering unheard of bargains in
these, cash or notes. Legg & Hutchin
For the next few days we will
exhibit the artistic Kimball Pi
L. L. Wells' Book Store.
This Piano is endorsed by the
leading musicians of the world,
GILMORE and others.
You and your friends are in
vited to call and inspect these
Pianos and hear the wonderful
Part of our program is to
leave these Pianos in the homes
of the people of Manning afted
Have just closed out two car
loads in Columbia, the heart of
Watch for announcement of
T. T. IIAMILTON,
Manager of Exhibit for Factory.
. .THE ..
R. B. LORYEA DRUG STORE,~
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Prop.,
Sign of the .. . Golden Mortar,
Beg to inform their many friends and custom
ers that they are prepared to supply their wants
We carry a fu11 and complet line in every de
partment of the
and every attention is shown to the wants of
F'or Xany Year~s
We have endeavored to give the very best at
tention to our customers' wants, and feel that
we have succeeded.
Our stock of
is complete in every particular and every and
When in need of BtEDRUGS and MEDI
CNES call on us and we can give you general
sAI O RDERS receive our careful and im
We hope for yournkind patronage which for
years we have earnestly striven to merit.
ISAAC M. LDRYEA, Proprietor,
Signz of the
MANNING, S. C.
L) D. O.R HAME.,
Druggist an-d Pharmacist,
SUMMERTON, S. C.
The holiday season is trying at best. The dif
liculty of finding precisely the right things at suit
able prices is a real dificulty that cannot be en
tirely removed. But we are sure the difficulty
can be and often is increased by two errors. First,
by not inspecting holiday goods early enough;
second, by not seeking them in the right place.
By carefully looking at goods while stocks are
complete you get ideas and impressions which
will make the final choosing easy.
By seeking n the right place you get not
only the ideas but reduce cost to the lowest fig
We have a somewhat definite idea that our store
is the right place to find what you want and to
save money this season.- We assure you that we
gave the selection of holiday goods long and care
ful thought. We kept quality in mind, we sought
novelty as well, and we used our utmost endeav
ors in securing the lowest possible prices.
We have exercised our years of experience in
holiday buying for your benefit.
Our goods are worthy and we have a lot of
We feel we can be of actual help to you.
We want you to come and see the goods early
and as often as you can.
Rhame's Drug Store.
ARRIVAL OF HOLIDAY
You have learned to depend upon us for a stock
of holiday perfumes and we shall more than main
tain our reputation in this direction this season.
When you need perfumes either for personal
use or for holiday giving, we ask you to make
your selections from our present stock which in
cludes practically everything worth while in the
line of domestic goods. These perfumes we have
in fancy packages of all sizes as well as in bulk.
Rhame's Drug Store,
I SSummerton, S. C.
THE LETTER- BTING CONTEST.
As promised last week, I submit a brief history of my business:
In August, 1899, I started my furniture business in conjunction with my
other, now so well known as The New idea. In January, 1901, I sold to M.
IJune 1903, I bought out the entire stock of M. M. Krasnoff, also the en
eie business of W. C. Chandler, and since then I took charge of the furniture
Theinest emonth Isol $500 worth of goods; last month I sold more than
My first move was to greatly reduce .prices. I at once began to enlarge my
ore and improve the stock until now I have the largest and best assorted stock
DfFurniture ever thought of in Manning. My store and warerooms contamn
ore than 4,400 square feet of floor space.
I buy my goods direct from the manufacturers and in such quantities as tc
cure the lowest possible prices. My store is arranged so that everything can
All1 are treated alike. Prices are right; goods are up-to-date. Parties not
yle to buy their Furniture for cash can get it on part cash and balance in
eekly or monthly instalments.
.The Oontest Olosez December 23, 1908.
Iyour letter you may state what your experience in buying from me has
ben and how you have found my goods and prices to comnpare with others.
Yours for business,
Next to Mutual Dry Goods Company,
Santa Claus Hias Arrived
Th PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE
AND LEFT A SPLENDID LINE OF
Presents for your Wife,
Presents for your Sweetheart,
Presents for the Little Folks and
Presents for Everybody. _
.Call and see them before they are picked over. No trouble to
Sshow goods at
~The. Prescription *Drug -Store,
CAPERS & CO., iProprietors,
armaam ro , - - s- ~ 0
Looki for the sign of the Big Cigar.
Upon the Ruins of a Once
My friends, it will enthuse and encourage me so much
to see you all once more rally around the standard that has
been dragged in the dust of misfortune, under which we have
won so many brilliant victories in the past in the commercial
I cannot understand the great afflictions that I have been
called upon to go through in the last few weeks, but there is one
thing I do know, it was the will of God and for a good purpose.
After le suspension of some three weeks we come before the
people of Clarendon county asking for their patronage and sup
port as they have always given me in the past.
We have opened up in that section of our once splendid de
partment store that was not burned with a brand new stock of
Dry Goods & Notions,
SHOES, HATS AND GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS.
GENTS' HEAVY WOOL AND COTTON UNDER
WEAR, LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S WOOL
AND COTTON UNDERWEAR.
In short, a nice, clean stock of Winter Goods.
ou illinery, Millinery.
Our splendid line of Millinery has been replenished and we
can still boast of having the largest and most up-to-date stockof
Millinery to be found in Clarendon county. If you have not
bought your Hats yet it will pay you to see what we have to
LADIES' TAILOR-MADE SUITS.
We saved from the fire a splendid line of the latest style
Tailor-Made Suits, and you can buy them from us at a third less '
than you can get them anywhere else. Call and see them.
This is strict y ason and we have also saved from the
fire a large line of the l Furs whigh we will sellat
greatly reduced prices.
Don't Forget Our Fire Sale on
Furniture & Sewing MachiNe7
We can save you money if you-are interested in nice Furni
ture and Sewing Machines.
W E. JENKINSON.
EVERY SKEIN OF EMBROIDERY SILK YOU BUY
Fr Yom Us Helps You to Win a, Priz.
i~flAI I We carry in stock a large assortment of
BRAIN ERD & ARMSTRONG'S
Wash Embroidery Silks I ODR..
~~ ~ Save the empty HOLDE RS af ter using the silk. Write ~
~~ ~ the Brainerd & Armstronr Co.. New London. Conn., and -
~ U~i~? they will mail you a list of the Prizes Ohey cffer for these
e mpty HOLDERS.
S Don't send away for them. You can find a wide-range as
Ssortmnent at our store.
S Brainerd & Armsrog's Wash Embroidery Silks. 8
S These Silks have been in constant use by the leadinir Art Societies and most ex
Sperienced embroiderers for Inany year s. Thiey have acquired the highest degree of
~-popularity, by their fine texture, variety and delicacy of shading, and absolutely
fas Yolu have not only the advantage of using the best Silks in the world in the most
Sconvenient form, but you can return the empty HOLDERS after the silk has been
.-used and receive valuable prizes for them.
S To begin with we cannot say too much for our Shoes, to
* overpraise them would be impossible. They are strong, ser
viceable, comfortable and specially low-priced.
S You can buy any $1.50 Shoes for $1.35. Every pair guaran
Steed to have solid 'bottoms, solid leather counters and good
S Now is a fine chance to pick up some rare bargamn plums in
S Large Suits for large Men at Small Prices. Small Suits for
Ssmall M.en at still Lesser prices. All we ask of you is a trial order
Sand then if you are not pleased will say no more.*
SIs advantageously bought and specially priced. This depart
Sment includes all the new effects in Dress Goods. A splendid line
Sof Calicoes and Pereales, a better line of Bleacbings, Ginghams
and Hlomespuns and a still better line of Outings, Flannels. Tick
ings, etc. In fact you can get anything you want in this depart
Sment. They are precisely the kind you want, .just the price you
~-will be glad to pay.
S Every dollar you buy means 100 cents worth of satisfaction.
S As for Underwear, you will find it easy to pay more money
and get quality not as good. It's possible to pay more money -
Sand get better quality. Come to see. us.
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