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MANNING.S. C., DEC. 2. 1903.
Publishes All County and Town Of
Manning Street Car Schedule.
.Leave Central Hotel corner 9:00 a. m. and 6:45
p. m. for the passenger trains, and the car will
also meet the freight trains. Arrangements
have been made with the atrent at depot to tele
phone when freight trains are approachinsl
Fare. :0 cents each war.
'Miss Corinne DuRant of Rome is vis
iting relatives in Manning.
Big concert by the band Thursday
Dec. 10, oysters will be served.
Mrs. E. 0. Ingram of Sumter is visit
ing the family of Hon Jno. S. Wilson.
The Citizens brass band will give a
concert at Institute Hail Thursday
evening Dec. 10. oysters will also be
Died last Wednesday night at her
home near Midway. Mrs. Lizzie Du
Bose. wife of Mr. Caleb DuBose, aged
Mr. W. F. Lyon the buyer for the
American Tobacco Co., left for his
home last Monday. He hopes to come
back next season.
M.ssrs. E. B. Brown and J.. M. Lee
left here last Monday night to attend
the United States court where they
have been summoned as jurors.
Thanksgiving day was observed in
this town by a suspension of business
church services in the morning, hunt
ing and general frolicking the..rest of
Tom Smith. colored, on the pianta
tion of Mr. W. T. Lesesne, brought us
some mammoth turnips of his own
raising which are equal to those ship
There will be an oyster supper at the
home of Mr. J. W. Rhame near Silver,
Friday night Dec. 11, given for the
benef~t of the Silver school. The pub
lic is invited.
Married last Sunday by Rev. Bradley
at Sardinia, Mr. .1. J. Epps and iss
Italene Tomlinson. daughter of the late
I. J. Tomlinson. The bride is a daugh
ter of the groom's sister'slate husband.
When you want a pleasant purgative
try Chaunberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. They are easy to take and
produce no nausea, griping or other
For sale by The R. B. Leryea Drug
Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
'We are informed, that ."W. House"
-who fraudulently sold to McLeod. -Wil
kins, King Co., a "salt pack" bale of
cotton, has skipped out for Florida.
This fellow ought to be apprehended
and punished, and the authorities ought
not. to spare expense to capture him.
Mr. R. L. Blackman, of Darlington
has been appointed resident manager
for.the local oil mill for the rest of the
season, in place of Mr. F. C. Thomas,
resigned. Mr. Blackman is a very
courteous gentleman and has made
many 'friends among the patrons of the
What would you call a young man,
with molasses candy hair parted in the
middle, dressed in pumps, swallow tail
co.t, a five button white vest, a four-in
hand black cravat, and an arc light
grin? We give the young ladies of this
town two guesses each, and the one
iving the -correct answer is entitled to
a box of Lowney's candy at Nimmer's.
Hon. Luther Manship occupied the
--platform last evening in the Institute
Hall, and gave his audience a chaste
and cultured entertainment. Mr. Man
ship's faculty for word..wreathing is
marvelous. His eloquence is enchant
-ing, his humor effective, and his pathos
a charming sadness. -There is nothing
of the end-man-minstrel wit, nor course
clownishness, but throughout the even
ing he delighted his . hearers with the
choicest of classics which are indeed
gems of cultured thought, and refined
sentiment. His tribute to the old-time
negro was a master piece of English
- Bilions Colic Prevented.
Take a double dose of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera gnd Diarrhoea Remedy
as soon as the first indication of the
disease appears and a threatened attack
may be warded off. Hundreds of peo
ple use'the remedy in this -way with
perfect success. For sale by The R. B.
Loyea Drug Store, Isaac M. Lor-yea,
Give us a Third Policeman..
-Mr. N. D. Thames,who served on our
police force, and was dismissed by coun
--ci's cutting down the force was imme
diately employed by the merchants to
guard their stores, which is an exhibi
tion of confidence Mr. Thames has
ood reason to be proud of. We are
not running the town, nor are we try
ing to do so. but we pay taxes here to
some extent and voice the sentiment of
others who pay more, and when we say
the council makes a mistake if it does
not employ a third policeman, we are
not medidling with the business of the
members of council, but are simply
standing within our rights as a citizen.
There is hardly a day that we do not
read where some little town has been
visited by burglars, cracking safes,
robbing homes, stores, ete,, and to be
left insufficiently guardcd at night
when the tresury is full of money is not
wise. The very fact that the principal
taxpayers in our town employed Mr.
-Thames to guard their property out of
their own funds is convincing proof of
of their lack of confidence in a one-man
guard, and we do not think it right to
create a condition which will force
those who are heavy taxpayers to go mn
to their private funds to employ protec
tion, when the town's treasury is amply
able to stand the expense. What do
citizens pay taxes for anyway, it not
It is almost a necessity iw hava~ a po
liceman at the depot at night,and when
there is something doing at the Insti
tute one is required there, hbow can
one man be where he is needed all the
time? It is impossible. With a one
man guard this town is an easy mark
for criminals, and we hope there are at
least a majority of council who will in
sist upon the immediate employment of
Worst of All Experiences.
Can anything be worse than to feel
that every minute will be your last?
Such was the experience of Mrs. S. H.
Newson, Decatur, Ala. "-For three
years," she writes, "I endured insuffer
able pain from indigestion,stomach and
bowel trouble. Death seemed inevita
ble when doctors and all remedies failed.
At length I was induced to try Electric
Bitters and the result was miraculous.
I improved at once and now I'm com
pletely recovered. For liver, kidney,
stomach and bowel troubles Electric
Bitters is the only medicine. Only 50c.
It's guaranteed by The R. B. Lox-yea
WANTED-Faithful person to call on
retail trade and agents for manufactur
ing house having well established busi
ess: local t'erritory; straight salary $20
paid weekly and expense money: previ
ou experience unnecessary: position
permanent: previous experience unnec
essary: position permanent: business
successful. Enclose self-addressed en
velope. Superintendent Travelers. 605
mMnn Bldg.. Chicago.
A Joyous Occasion.
"Good shepherd, what fair Swain is
Which DANCES with your daughter?'
The Manning Social Club gave one
of the most brilliant functions last
Thursdav evening that has ever been
given in this town, and will excel many
similar ones given in larger towns
where social functions are a part and
parcel of society's make up. The club
has every reason to feel proud of its
record as a social organization. but on
this occasion its success certainly reach
ed the highest mark yet attained.
The hall was brilliantly lighted, the
floor was in a mirrored condition, and
Professor Shoemaker with his orches
tra never played finer music. -Jack
shall pipe and Gill shall dance" was
enever more fully demonstrated. It
needed no further coaxing to bring the
coupies on the floor, than the first chord
struck by the musicians: from then,
until the sounds of music died away,
the graceful sway and rhythmic step of
the dancers was the panorama which
the onlooker beheld. -It was indeed a
joyous occasion, and the gladdened
hearts of belle and beaux, together
with the handsome gowns of the :adies
made up an entrancing picture. The
dancing began about 9 o'clock p. m. and
lasted until about 3:30 a. in. with an
intermission at 12 o'clock for refresh
ments, after which the German was led
by Mfr. E. 0. Ingram. Those present
Mrs A. Levi, white silk, d i a
Mrs.S.J.Barfield, white silk,diamonds.
Mrs. E. 0. Ingram, black silk.
Mrs. J. W. Rigby. white silk, chiffon
Mrs. S.A.Harvinblack organdy,trim
med with black lace, ornaments.
Mrs.Louis Appelt,black silk, jet trim
Miss Loulie Smith, Mullins, white
organdy, satin trimminigs, ornaments.
Miss Lily DuRant, Alcolu, white or
gandy over canary silk.
Miss Barbara Jacobs, Kingstree,
white net over blue silk, ornaments.
Miss Lulie Harvin. Orangeburg, yel
low organdy and violets.
Miss Ethel Carson, Sumter, pink or
gandy, lace trimmings.
Miss Mary Carson, Sumter, white
organdy pink trimmings.
Miss Athalia .McIntyre, Mullins,white
silk, satin trimmings.
Miss Olivia Ingram, Sumter, pink
organdy, satin ribbons.
Miss Lil Harvin, white organdy with.
forget-me-nots. rubies. emeralds.
Miss Grace Skidmiore, Charleston, W.
Va., black organdy.
Miss Garnet Gilchrist, Charleston,
W. Va., pink silk, white lace, dia
Miss Corinne Barfield, white cash
Miss Nettie Weinberg,. white silk,
Miss Octavia' Dove, point d' sprit,
Miss Pauline Davis, Rock Hill, blue
pongee silk, black net, pearls, rubies.
Miss Bessie Galluchat, green silk,
Miss Dunn, Sumter, blue cashmere,
Miss Nina Dove, Dovesville, black
organdy, crimson trimmings, flowers.
Miss Susan Richardson, Fulton, black
net over white silk, decollette, orna
Miss Mayme Richardson, Fulton,
crimson organdy, black lace trimmings.
Miss Fannie Ryttenberg, Sumter,
white crepe chiffon, diamonds.
Miss May Harvin, Sumter, cream
silk, black lace.
Miss MetaSulhivan, Pinewood, white
net over white silk, pink trimmings,
The gentlemen were:
J.W Rigby, A Levi, S M Barfield,
Louis Apnelt, W E Burgess, J H Haw
kins, C R~Harvin, Jr:, E C Horton, Jr.,
H H' Bradham. L R McIntosh, T M
Wells, I I Appelt, C S Rigby, L D
Player, J W Thames, W T Montgom
ery, L H Harvin, S W Barron, .T A
Weinberg, W E Readon, W H Muldrow
and J L McLeod of Manning.
J M Richardson, Jr., Panola, S. C..
Johh Richardson. Pinewood, S. C.
Richard Richardson,-Pinewood, S. C.
R C Richardson, Pinewood, S. C.
H B Richardson, Pinewood, S. C.
Birchell Richardson. Pinewood, S. C.
--Yeadon, Sumter, S. C.
Dr. Early, Sumter, S. C.
E 0 Ingram, Sumter, S. C.
O P Bourke, Georgetown, S. C.
Monte Scott, Kingstree, S. C.
Otis Arrowsmith, Kingstree, S. C.
C K Curtis, Paxville, S. C.
P B Earvin, Silver, S. C.
S A Harvin, Sumter, S. C.
Frank Harvin, Silver, S. C.
Bunion Harvin, Silver, S. C.
L C Dove, Sumter. S. C.
R. 0. McCutchen, h~newood, S. C.
McSwain Woods. Sardinia, S. C.
Eugene Smith, Mullins, S. C.
George Tindal, Felder, S. C.
Willie Kilgo, Summerton, S. C.
Joe DuRant, DuRant, S. C.
Robt. Chandler, Mayesville, S. C.
To have made this function more
complete the club should have taken a
secret ballot as to w'ho was the most
Consumption is a human
weed flourishing best in weak
lungs. Like other weeds it's
easily destroyed while young;
when old, sometimes im
Strengthen the lungs as you
would weak land and the
weeds will disappear.
The best lung fertilizer is
Scott's Emulsion. Salt pork
is good too, but it is very hard
The time to treat consump
tionr is when you begin trying
to hide it from yourself.
Others see it, you won't.
Don't wait until you can't
deceive yourself any longer.
Begin with the first thought
to take Scott's Emulsion. If
it isn't really consumption so
much the better; you will soon
forget it and be better for the
treatment. If it is consump
tion you can't expect to be
cured at once, but if you will
begin in time and will be
rigidly regular in your treat
ment you will win.
Scott's Emulsion, fresh air,
rest all you can, eat all you
can, that's the treatment and
that's the best treatment.
We will send you
__ , a little of the Emul
B~e 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.
~.ad Sy. al druggists.
beautiful woman. the most yraceful
dancer, and -he handsonlest Lowned,
and we will bet two cents to a ginger
cake. that not a ineibe-r would have
dared to have aflnounced the decision
publicly, and we would not blame him,
because the writer looked on for sev
eral hours. and for the life of him he
could not determine which of the ladies
was the most captivating.
The dance of 1903 was a brilliant
social success in every sense of the
The Club gave another dance Mond ay
evening in honor of the rema.ning visi
tors. which was very much enjoyed by
all that attended
EARLE BRADBAM TEACES A TFACHER.
A Teacher's Right Questioned.
Donald's. S. C.. Nov. :!.-Today in the graded
school building at Due West 3Mr. Earle irad
ham. the principal. had a personal diniculty
with M*r. J. E. Todd. a trustee. The fuss was
because Mr. Bradham kept in one of Todd's
It seems that some time ago Mr. Todd vrote
Mr. Bradmam a note and told him not to keep
in his children after school. but today when the
teacher was reading the list of those who had
violated the rules and had to stay in. among
them was one of Todd-s children.
The child remained until everybody lef t. w-hen
she asked the teacher if she might speak to her
brother. who was out of doors. and the princi
pal told her -'Yes.* and she went out to speak
to him and never came back.
Today Mr. Todd came to the school and re
monstrated and a fisticuff with the principal fol
lowed. Several men ran in and parted the ccm
batants. It is hoped the matter is ended. The
people of Due West are on the principal's side
and will stick to him.
The above is taken from the News
and Courier, and as Mr. Bradham is a
Clarendon boy his friends will be glad
to learn of the outcome of the case.
We have inside information which is to
the effect that Earle Bradham endeav
red to avoid a difficulty in the pres
ence of the school children, but his
ssailant would not have it so. and
Bradham gave him a good sound beat
ing, and is upheld by the people of Due.
West. The town council tried the case,
nd fined Todd $20 and exonerated
Bradham without fine.
Mr. Todd is a prominent citizen, a
a school trustee and a member of the
legislature, but unfortunately for him
he permitted his official positions to
cause him to presume on a man who
knew his duty and dared to perform it.
That Throbbing Headache
would quickly leave you, it you used
Dr. King's New Life PiEs. Thousands
f sufferers have proved their match
less merit for sick and nervous head
ches. They make pure blood and
build up your health. Only 25c, money
back if not cured. Sold by The R. B.
oryea Drug Store.
Christmas Holiday Rates.
For the Christman Holidays the At
lantic Coast Line announces a rate of
>ne and one third one way fares plus
.c. for the round trip between all
)oints South of the Potomac and Ohio
Bivers and East of the Mississippi
River. Tickets on sale December 23rd,
5th, also 30th, 31st, and January 1st,
1904,- with final limit January 4th, 190.4.1
For the accommodation of students
Lnd teachers of schools and colleges
;he Atlantic Coast Line has arranged
'ound trip rates as above, December
.6th, to 22nd. with final limit January
The train service of the Atlantic
;oast Line is unexcelled. For tickets
Lnd full information apply to Ticket
~gents.W. J. CRIAIG,
General Passenger Agent.
Wilmington. N. C.
Driven to Desperation.I
Living at an out of the way place, re
note from civilization, a family is often
riven to desperation in case of acci
lent, resulting in burns, cuts, wounds,
lcers, etc. Lay in a supply of Buch
en's Arnica Salve. It's the best on
~arth. 25c. at The R. B. Lory-ea Drug
Notice to Confederate Veterans.
The Confederate Veterans of Claren
Ion county will please assemble at the
~ourt house in Manning on Monday,
.4th of December next at 12 o'clock for
he purpose of electing a Pension Board
or the ensuing year, and attend to such
ther matters that may come before
~hem. Harry Benbow Camp is hereby
.nvited to meet with us, so that we may
tct in harmony in raising the amount
equested of us to build monument to
>ur- beloved Hampton. and to organize
. Chapter of Daughters and such other
natters as may be deemed important.
[Let us have a large gathering on that
D. J. BR ADHAM.
Chairman B. P.
A. J. RICHBOURG,
Pension Commissioners C. C.
Manning, S. C., Nov. 20, 1903. [10-3t1
Not a minute should be lost when a
child shows symptoms of croup. Cham
berlain's Cough remedy given as soon
as the child becomes hoare. or even af
ter the croupy cough appears, will pre
vent the attack. It never fails and is
pleasant and safe to take. For sale by
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac M.
Does Your Is Your
Roof Leak ? Roof Rusty ?
Paint Your Roofs
W. JAY McDONALD'S
Fire and Water-Proof Cemnent Roof
FIFTEEN YEARS' TEST.
McDoald Boot Paint Comipany,
Sumter. S. C.
manning Hardware Co.,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, s
Captured, one red Stear Ox. about 8
or 10 years old, with horns, marked
crop in'right ear and split in bottom of
left ear, from a suspicious character
who left for-parts unknown.
Owner will call, identify and pay
cost. If no owner appears, said ox will
be sold to the highest bidder, for cash.
on the court house square on Decem
ber 15th. 1903. at 12 M.
S. .M. YOUMANS,
Manning, S. C., Dec 1. 1903. [11-2t
On the 1-th day of December, 1903, I
will sell at public auction on the court
house square, at Manning, the following
articles destrained by me, the property
of R. L. Logan, to satisfy a claim of
sixty dollars rent due by the said RI. L.
Logan to I. C. Ingram, and the cost,
viz: One bay horse about 10 years old.
one trunk, one stove and one lamp.
E~. B. GAMBLE.
ring ur Joh Work to The Times office.
S. T. Till & Co., Levi block.
The Furniture Man, Levi Block. Itf.
New Hamburg Embroideries at Rig
Fresh Fruits for Christmas Cakes at
Special prices on Ladies Fine Jackets
1903 Washing Machines it Mlanning
Hardware Co. [2t
A beautiful line of New Lamps just.
received at Iigbys.
Perfection of all Heaters are sold by
Manning Hardware Co. [2t
Only perfect Washing Machine made
at Manning Hardware Co. [2t
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Jenkinson has some great values to
offer in high grade Sewing Machines.
Plant Wood's tested and true Wheat
Seed. The R. B. Lorvea Drug Store.
If you wish to secure some great val
ues in Furniture don't fail to see Jenk
Wanted-Corn and Peas at highest
cash price. R. D. Clark, at People's
Make wash day a pleasant one with
a 1903 Washer. Sold by Manning
Hardware Co. [2t
Another lot Fresh Shoes out this
week on the one half price S'oe Coun
.Jenkinson has some astonishing val
ues to offer in Ladies' Jackets, Tailor
Made Suits and Furs.
Don't fail to see the great values
Jenkinson is offering in Wool Blankets,
Overcoats, Shoes and Clothing.
Severe winter ahead and Jenkinson
has such great values in Wool Blank
ets. Shoes, Overcoats and Clothing.
lWanted-Persimmon. D o g iv o o d,
Hickory and Holly Logs. Freight paid
on carloads, James Cockshott, Char
leston. S. C.
Jenkinson has just gotten in a case of
Wool Blankets from the famous Leaks
ville mills of North Carolina. It will
pay you to see them.
For Sale-A fine plantation within 3
miles of Manning, well equipped with
buildings. The terms can be had by
applying to this office.
Strayed on last Friday, One tall iron
gray mare mule four years old. Finder
will be properly rewarded by returning
same to S. C. Williams, Manning, S. C.
For Sale. 9 acres of land adjoining
L. L. Wells in Santee township, also
200 acres of land adjoining Jeff D.
Holladay in Mt. Zion township apply
it this office
When you come to town shopping it
will pay you to look us up, for we al
ways have something to interest you
wen you are looking for first class
goods at low prices. Jenkinson.
F SAMPLE PIANOS.
All the magnificent ir'stru
ents in the Kimball exhibit at
. L. Wells' Book Store
ill b' closed out at Factory
rices that they may be left here
s. standing, living advert:ise
he Opportunity olr a Litelinse
Immediate and thorough in
roduction our object.
You not only get the BEST
nstrument money and brains
an build, but save from $125 to
200 made by agents and dealers.
These Pianos are used in over
ight hundred colleges and
schools and endorsed by the
leading musicians of the world..
Every piano warranted by a
apital of fifteen million dollars.
Your bank is our reference.
Easy terms to all who desire
Sale Closes in a Few Days- --Come
.and Make Your Selection.
For further particulars call on
T'. 1. HIAMILTON,
Manager of Exhibit for Factory.
All persons are hereby forbidden
unting and trespassing on the lands
now in possession of H. P. Spear, ad
ministrator, known as the "Old Planta
tion." Frierson place, near Wyboo.
. .THE. .
R. B. L.ORYEA DRUG STORE,
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Prop.,
Sign of the . . . Golden Mortar,
Ber to mnform their many friends and custom
ers that they are prepared to supply their wants
with their accustomed celerity.
We ca.rry a full andi complete line in every de
partent of the
andeery attention is shown to the wants of
F'or MZany Years
We have endeavored to give the very best at
tntioni to our customers' wants. and feel that
we. have succeeded.
On- stock~ of
is complete in every patrtcular 'ad every and
any demand can be supplied.
When in need of PURE DRUGS and MEDI
CINES call on us and we can give you general
AIOtDERS receive our careful and im
Whoefr -our kin patroae which for
year we have earnecstly striven to merit.
ISAAC1, LORYEA, Proprietor,
Sin-n of the
> MANNING, S. 0.
SD. O. R HAME.,
Druggist and Pharmacist, j
SUMMERTON, S. C.
Talk to Holiday Bu
The holiday season is trying at best. The dif
ficulty of finding precisely the right-things at suit
able prices is a real difficulty 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 in 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
I 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 tha'n 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 paskages of all sizes as well as in bulk.
Rhaies Drug Store.,
Sumiuerton, S. C.
THE LET TER-WRITING 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
rother, now so well known as The New ldea. In January, 1901, I sold to M.
In June 1903, I bought out the entire stock of M. M.- Krasnoff, also the in
tre business of W. C. Chandler, and since then I took charge of the. fur*niture
Thsinest emonth Isol 50worth of goods; last month I sold more than
My first move was to greatly reduce prices. I at once began to enlarge my
sore and improve the stock until now I have the largest and best assorted stock
f Furniture ever thought of in Manning. My store and warerooms contain
Io buy my goos drec feetor themanufacturers and in such quantities as to
scure the lowest possible prices. My store is arranged so that everything can
eAsel are treate alike. Prices are right; goods are up-to-date. Parties not
ble to buy their Furniture for cash can get it on part cash and balance in
wekly or monthly instalments.
The Contest Closes December 23, 1903.
-In your letter you may state what your experience in buying from me has
een and how you have found my goods and prices to compare with others.
Yours for business,
Next to Mutual Dry Goods Comnpany.
Santa Claus Has Arrived
. . .AT . ..
5 PRESCRIPTION I)RUG STORE 2
AND LEFT A SPLENDID LINE OF
= Presents for your Wife,
Presents for your Sweetheart,
% Presents for the Little Folks and
Presents for Everybody. -
S Call and see them before they are picked over. No trouble to
C show goods at
SThe +Prescription +Drug S8tOre,
CAPERS & CO., Proprietors,
SsmJE1EivnnTomL, - - S. C.-0
E i aLoo for+ tee sinaf the Big- Cigar.
When you come to tow shopping don't leave me off, for we now have a
splendid line of Winter Goods to-offer our friends and patrons.
We offer you a splendid line of the best Wbite Wool Blankets, 11-4, in
Blue, Pink and red Borders, well worth $5.50, but they go at $4.50.
We offer the same Blanket as above in 10-4, real $5 values, but we let them
go at $3.75.
We offer the best White Bed Spread ever shown in this town at R1.25.
Other Bed Spreads from 81.50 to 85.
When you need a nice set of Furniture, Chairs, Tables or anything in the
Furniture line, don't forget that Jenkinson can save you money.
A nice assortment of Ladies' Long Jackets, latest style Tailor Made Suits
going at cost. Ladies, if you need a nice stylish Winter Suit here is your
We can do you up as nice Suit o'f Clothes for $7.50 as yon will T-6danywhere
for $10. -
-We offer a line ot Gent's nice Dress Suits that look cheap at $120, but we
must hold inducements to keep the trade looking our way. -So cone -and get as
nice a $12.50 Suit as you ever saw for only $10.
Ladies, you sometimes find it hard in the winter to get whit6 -goods for
Apronettes. Waists and Children's Dresses. -
We wish to say that we have in stock a choice line of White Nainsooks,
Dimities and Piques, all at the lowest possible prices. -
We are offering the choicest line of 36-inch Blue. Pink and Browrn Cham
brays ever shown in this town at 124c yard.
We are daily receiving additions to our Dress Goods stock.--. I you are in
terested in this line it will pay you to see what we have to offer you.
OLOAKES AND FTJ1R
If you are reminded these cold wintry days that you are in need of a Cloik
ora nice Fur don't fail to see Jenkinson, for he has just what you aeed, cheapei
than you can get them elsewhere. ---
If you need a nice Sewing Machine here is your opportuiity, as we have a
few Machines on hand that the cases are slightly damaged by water and smoke.
We sell these Machines at half price. -
Gent's, if you need a nice Suit of Clothes here is the place tocane to get
them, at Jenkinson's.
We offer the best $1.50 Shoe ever shown in this town. All we askis a look
at this Shoe and we will convince you.
For $2, $3, $4 and $5.
We offer the best line of Gent's Fine Shoes ever shown in this town. An
inspection -of our line of Shoes will convince you of this fact. -
Godman's Black Bottoms
All those who have been wearing the famous Hl. C. Godinah Blact Bottom -
hoes for Ladies and Children know- what they are. We just-iwant to say thbat
w~e have a large line of them in stock at the old prices.
W. E. JENKINSON. a
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