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LOUis APPELT,7 Editor.
MANNNIG, S. C., J.AN. 13. 1904.
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A SOUND DOCUMENT.
The President's message read
in Congress is a document which
will go down in history as one
among the strongest State pa
pers that has ever emanated
from the White House. It will
be recalled. how the press of the
country and especially that of
the Democratic party assailed
the President, and charged him
with diplomatic trickery in his
recognition of the republic of
Panama, and it has been the
constant effort of those opposed
to the President to shake the
confidence of the country. In
their zeal to discredit the Presi
dent his conduct in the Panama
Colombia affair has taken a po
litical turn, and his party oppo
nents even carried their opposi
tion to the extent of charging
him with dishonor. But when
he sends his message to Congress,
the wild charges and theories
are- knocked into smitkereens
and all unprejudiced minds cred
it him with having argued well
ta position, and that his acts
are sut-ained by law and prece
The cana poject is entitled to
support from 'ary Southern
representative, buv-as is usually
the 'caso, everything ust be
subserviant to politics The
building of the canal will be
great advantage to the cotton
growing Sdith, and yet because
it is the.pioduct of a Republican
mirfie Democrats will, if they
can, block its construction,on no
other ground than, it will inure
to the Republican party's oredit
in the coming campaign. The
people's interests are not to be
considered; politics is paramount
with the politician, and if by
thwarting the Republicans in
the great work they have pro
jected they can hamper that par
ty, they regard it of more impor
tance than doing something for
the people's good. The South
*has much to gain from the canal;
it means the opening up of our
shriveled-up ports, and the add
-ing an impetus of our Southern
commerce, especially cotton to
foreign markets. It means a
nearer route, and the saving to
cur Southern farmers the enor
-mo us railroad freight rates
across the continent, and what is
saved in freight rates, can be
added to~the profit of the pro
ducer. This is recognized by
the legislature of Mississppi to
the extent that it has adopted
a resolution instructing the rep
resentatives of that great cotton
growing State to vote for the
ratificationa of the canal treaty.
We hope President Roosevelt
will succeed in getting the canal
started, whether our obstruction
statemen give him their support
or not. Senator Morgan of Ala
bama has announced that he will
not vote for the treaty "to gave
spectacular effect to the leader of
a campaign for the Presidency,"
and right there is the milk in the
cocoanut of Democratic opposi
tion -an -exceedingly narrow
view for statesmen. The Demo
crats in the South realize, the
building of the canal means un
told millions to this section, and
yet because the credit may go to
the adminmstration in power,
they prefer letting the conntry
suffer, hoping by it to gain some
It is such a narrow spirit that
has made the Democratic party
a minority, and it is such a spirit
that shakes the confidence of
the country in its policies. No
party can inspire confidence with
the business interests, whose
leaders openly say they will ob
struct a measure which is calcu
lated to advance the country's
inte'rests, simply because it may
redound to the credit of thie op
position. We venture to say
if a vote was taken by the peo
ple of the South, the canal trea
ty would receive an almost unan
imous support outside of the pol
In our opinion any unbiased
man who will read ,the Presi
dent's message will be impressed
with the strength of the case,
and instead of his being unmind
ful of the rights of another na
tion, the President has acted
with a wise statesmanship, and
for our representatives to lend
themselves to the obstructing
of the ratifiotion of the treaty,
will not only throw the respon
sibility upon the Democratic
party, but they will be aiding
and abetting the great continen
tal railroad interests, that has
so long been reaping rich har
vests from the people of the
South from long haul freight
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain
as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell
and completely derange the whole system when
enterintr it through the mucous surfaces. Such
articles should never be used ex::ept on prescrin
tios fcom reputable physicians. as the damage
they will do is ten fold to the good you can pos
sibv derive from themn. Hairs Catarrh Cure,
manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. 0.,
contains no mercury. and is taken internally,
actin.: directly upon the blood and mucous sur
faces of the system. In buying Hair~s Catarrh
Cure be sure you get the ,genuine. It is taken
internally, and made in Toledo. Ohio. by F. J
Cheney & Co. Testimonials free.
-odb rgst.pie7c per bottle.
It will be inferred from our
last issue that we are opposed to
the town investing in water
works, we are not; we are how
ever, opposed to the expenditure
of thousands of dollars of the
people's money, and then only
have a fire protection for a cer
tain part of the town. Our un
derstanding is, that it is pro
posed to erect a standpipe in the
business portion, on the ground
that we are not able to have a
have a pipe to protect the entire
town. We take the position,
that the owner of the humblest
hut in the town of Manning is as
much entitled to public protec
tion as is the man who owns an
immense store, more so, because
the owner of the hut, has his all
invested, whereas the owner of
an immense store is probably
well insure, and has good ac
counts which emanated from his
store: that in case of fire would
keep him fromwant. If Manning is
to have water works all right,
but if the area about the court
house square is alone to be pro
tected, then we say let those
owning that property pay for it,
and do not impose on those who
are not to be benefitted. We
own property in the proposed
protected quarter, also in that
portion which is proposed to be
left out, we are perfectly willing
to pay our share for a water
tank for fire protection without
having a tax imposed, but if the
town will put in a system of
water works which will reach all
parts, then' we have no opposi
tion; the town is practically
helpless in case of fire. But as
we said last week, water works
is not the only thing needed
against the ravages of fire, we
need an organization. Will
those who are urging a system
of water works guarantee to
maintain a good fire fighting or
ganization? How many of them
will go into a burning building
at the risk of their lives? What
good will water do without pec
ple to manipulate it?
The income of Mannin '
ficient to e wn for
Ivor -s. We received last
ear from whiskey alone, $5,293
58, and we favor taking the bulk
of this fire-water income, to ex
pend in installing and maintain
ing a nrst class fire protection
for the whole town, but we pro
test against the expenditure of a
nickle to put in a system just for
the business part of the, town,
and reiterate, what we have'said
before, let those in the business
portion come together and pay
for their fire protection, we are
willing to stand our share, if the
town is not able to give fire pro
tection to all.
St. Louis has been selected as
the city for the next Democratic
National Convention. The date
for the Convention is July 6th,
Night Was Her Terror
"-I would cough nearly all night
lon," writes 31rs. Chas. Applegate, of
Alexandria,Ind., "and could hardly get
any sleep. I had consumption so bad
that if I walked a block I would cough
frightfully and spit blood, but when all
other medicines failed, three $1 bottles
of Dr. Kings New Discovery wholly
cured me and I gained 58 pounds." It's
absolutely guaranteed to cure coughs,
colds,la grippe,bronchitis and all throat
and luug troubles. Pr-ice 50c and $1.
Trial bottles free at The R. B. Loryea
Governor Heyward's message
to the General Assembly, which
convened yesterday at noon is a
well writteni expose of the State's
financial condition, and his rec
ommendations are sound and
businesslike. There is .no at
tempt to deal in glittering gen
eralities, nor is there anything
in document of a sensational
character. It is a plain, frank
and intelligent business state
ment of a condition that exists,
and what in the opinion of his
Excellency, should be undone,
changed, amended or enacted. It
is a good State paper, one that
should be read in every school
house in South Carolina.
Found a Cure for Indigesnion.
I use Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets for indigestion and find
that they suit my case better than any
dyspepsia remedy I have ever tried and
I have used many different remedies.
I am nearly fifty-one years of age and
have suffered a great deal from indiges
tion. I can eat almost anything I want
to now.-GEo. W. EMORY, Rock Mills,
Ala. For sale by The R. B. Loryea
Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea. Prop.
At the last session of the Gen
eral Assembly Senator Stanland
of Dorchester introduced a meas
ure looking to the purifying of our
primaries, the bill went over,
b~ut we hope the Senator will re
new it, as it was one of the best
bills offered at the last session,
and cannot, on any reasonable
grounds be objected to, except
by a certain grade of politicians
whose political existence depend
upon fraudu.lent practices in our
primaries. If Senator Stanland's
bill becomes a law, no man will
be permitted to have his name on
but one club roll, and that must
be in the township in which he
resides; this will prevent repeat
ing, and will put a stop to more
votes being cast in a primary
than there are voters, as was
the case in Clarendon and Char
leston in the last primary. We
want Senator Stanland to re
introduce his bill early and press
its passage so as it will become a
law in time for the coming State
convention to change its Consti
No Pity Shown.
"For years fate v~as after me contin
uousl" writes F. A.Gulledge,Verbena,
Ala. ~"I had a terrible case of piles
causig 24 tumors. When all failed
Bucklon's Arnica Salve cured me.
Equally good for burns and all aches
and pains. Only 50c at The R. B. Lor
The Manila Times dated Nov- i
ember 25th, has just been re
ceived at this office, and its lead
ing editorial is based upon the,
verdict in the case of James H.
Tillman charged with the killing
of N. G. Gonzales. This Philip
pine editor takes the position
that "a common law has crytal
ized in the South, respecting
homicides that result from cer
tain provocations that is often
pointed out as an evidence of
lawlessness and disregard of the t
sancity of life in truely Southern o
States." If he had said a rotten
jury system has become crys
talized in South Carolina by
which criminals with political
backing can escape punishment,
it would be the truth and noth
ing less than the truth. There c
is no sentiment n South Caroli- t
na which excuses any man re
sorting to cowardly murder to
avenge a grievance brought on
by the exposure of a leprous i
character, and when such char- f
acters escape the gallows it is
only because of influential con- s
nections, and the corrupt manip- r
ulation of our impotent jury t
Working Night And Day. s
The busiest and mightiest littxc thing
that ever was made is Dr. King's New
Life Pills. These pills change weaik
ness into strength, listlessness into en
ergy, brain-fag into mental power.
They're wonderful in building up the
health. Only 25c per box. Sold by
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store
New Zion Dots.
Editor The Manning Times:
The farmers of this section are not f
having much to say about planting
tobacco this season, planting beans is
all the go now. We think it a good idea. I
Miss Lilly McElveen who has charge 3
of the Baker school has not come back;
her father of Spring Bank is danger- t
ously ill. We hope he will soon be
Miss Chandler of Bethlehem is back
to her post of duty at the Gibson school.
Miss Lucy Davis, after spending the
holidays in Darlington is back to the
Gamble school, and has taken full
Miss Lilly Lavender of this place has
gone back to Columbia Femal&e-Cllege
_ to erstudies
MIr. C. E.-tGArbieOf Turbeville has
gone back to Wake Forest Medical Col
lege to resume his studies.
Mr. E. S. McIntosh of Manning was
over here last week.
Come boys. Christmas is over lets
give the Editor the news. Wake up 3
John Slab write and tell us something
more about the one gallus farmers.
The girls seem somewhat tickled
over the letter written from this place t
a few weeks ago about old Santa. t
New Zion Jan. 11, 1904.
Letter to C. W. Snyder.
Dear Sir: There are several ways of
cheating in milk. An old-fashioned I
way is to water it. Nobody waters it
now. A better way is to take out the
cream-rich milk with the cream taken
out is as good as poor milk with its
cream all in.
But we needn't go into particulars.
You don't rob your milk and your
Paint is as easy as milk to cheat with. -
Good paint is as rare as good milk; for
human nature is much the same in milk
men as in paint men.
You are just and true with your milk; y
so we are with our paint. Devoe lead- s
and-zinc is twice good as mixed paints: r
There's twice as much butter in it. v
Mr. J. T. Ladd, Cheraw,S. C., writes: s
"When Mr. Evans painted his house ,
with Devoe, he figured on how other d
paints covered and had enough left to c
paintthree large rooms. He was so
pleased that he has used Devoe on two
- Yours truly,
F. W. DEvOE & Co.,
30 New York.
A Sad Death at Wighamn.
On Friday morning last, at 12:30 Miss t
Pawnee Peebles, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John L. Peebles of this town suc
cumbed to the ravages of pneumoni~a
and departed this life. All that medi
cal skill could do for her did not seem
to lessen the attack. She was only sick
a few days.
Miss Pawnee was the second daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Peebles.
She was about sixteen years of age and
at the time of her death was a student 2
of the Wigham High School. She was
esteemed very highly by her teachers
and schoolmates for her kind and loy
ing disposition toward all of her assoc
ates. No one wore a brighter nor had
a. more pleasing face when meeting a
friend than Pawnee. Her parents, y
brothers and only surviving sister all a
loved her dearly and why should they i
not, for she was an obedient and faith- 5
ful daughter and a loving and affection- i
It was only a few minutes afrter the
dawn of christmas morning when this
dear girl breathed her last. Christmas
was meant for a day of happiness but i
this year it was a day of sadness to the
entire town. We cannot understand a
why the Almighty gave to this young r
girl a broken life but if we love and I
trust the Lord we must remember that
he doeth all things for the best.
He doeth best who knoweth best.
All things both great and small.
For the dear God who loveth us,
He made and loveth all.
-"A Friend" in Whigham Ga, News
A Vest Pocket Doctor.
Never in the way, no trouble to carry
easy to take, pleasant and never failing
in results are DeWitt's Little Early
Risers. A vial of these little pills in
the vest pocket is a certain guarantee
against headache, biliousness, torpid J
liver and all of the ills resulting from
constipation. They tonic and strength
en the liver. Sold by The R. B.Loryea(
The D. L. Chandler Clothing Company.
The clothing business of D. J.- Chan
dler, which has been in existence for
more than ten years, has been incor
porated, and will be known on and
after January 1st, 1904, as "The D, J' ~
Chandler Clothing Co."
David J. Chandler and James H.
Chandler are the incorporators and
stockholders. This is the oldest cloth
ing business in Sumter, or in this sec- a
tion of the State, having been first es
tablished by Mr. D. J. Winn, an uncle _
of the present proprietors over fifty
years ago, and has always received a
large patronage from the people of this
and adjoining counties.-Sumter Item.
A case came to light that for persist
ent unmerciful torture has perhaps
neve- been equaled. Joe Golobick of
Colusa, Cal.,-writes,"'For 15 years I en
dured insufferable pain from Rheuma
tism and nothing relieved me though I
tried everything known. I came across
Electric Bitters and it's the greatest
medicine on earth for that trouble. A
few bottles of it completely releived and(
cured me." Just as good for liver and
kidney troubles and general debility.
Only 50c. Satisfaction guaranteed by I
Thea o n3 Lyca ru ore . 1
'o the Farmers of Clarendon County:
The Harmony Sub Protective Union,
,t their meeting on Monday the 11th,
lecided to call a mass meeting of the
armers of Clarendon county, to be
teld in Manning on Tuesday the 19th.
ve issue this call for the following
eason. From the best information we
an get the fertilizer companies have
ombined and agreed to raise the
rices of fertilizers from 10 to 20 per
ent, thereby taking from the farmers
f Clarendon at least $75,000 of hard
arned money. And they have also
ecided not to sell any fertilizers direct
o the farmers, but to place the sale of
,11 fertilizers in the hands of the mer
hant, thereby giving them the privi
ege to cbarge extortionate prices, and
obbing the farmers more.
J. E. Kelly was told in a very
>oasting way by one of the largest
nerchants in Manning, on last Satur
Lay, that the farmers could try to
aake arrangements with the fertilizer
bmpanies, but he would guarantee
hey could could not do it.
It is bad enough for us to have to
ive what they ask when we buy any
hing, and take what we can get when
re have anything to sell. But when
L gets to the point where they tell us
rom whom we must buy, we think it
5 time to push off the top rail, show
ur heels aad raise cain enough to let
ome people know that we have some
ights, and are at least a little better
Farmers don't have your brains
:nocked out before you get your eyes
pen. come out next Tuesday and let
mebody see that you are men. The.
ime has come for us to do something,
nd we have the situation in our
ands. Will we take advantage of it?
'ome Tuesday January the 19th.
E. R. PLOWDTN Pres.
E. KELLY Sec't.
What's in a Name?
Everything is in the name when it
omes to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C.
)eWitt & Co., of Chicago discovered
ome years ago how to make a salve
rom Witch Hazel that is a specific for
iles. For blind, bleeding, itching
nd protruding piles, eczema, cuts,
urns, bruises and all skin diseases De
Vitt's Salve has no equal. This has
riven rise to numerous worthless coun
erfeits. Ask for DeWitt's-the genu
ae. Sold by The R. B. Loryea Drug
4 Card of Thanks.
o my customers in Manning and
I take this method of thanking
ron for the liberal patronage
riven me the past year, and to
,ssure you I am better prepared
han ever to fill your wants at
he very lowest prices and I
eep nothing but the best.
I will take pleasure in giving
,11 orders entrusted to me
>rompt personal attention.
Wishing you all a happy, pros
erous New Year, I am
P. B. MOUIZON.
street Travel Stopped.
Notice is hereby given, that all
agon travel is prohibited on Dinkins
treet, between the colored Presbyte
in church and the oil mill, until the
york now in progress on said street
ball have been completed. The town
rill not be held responsible for any
amazce that may accrue to persons
.isregarding this notice.
D. M. BRADEAM,
Jan. 13, 1904.
Notice to Creditors.
All persons having claims against
he estate of T. James Davis, de
eased, will present them duly at
ested, and those owving said estate
gill make payment to
R. H. DAVIS,
Manning, S. 0., Dec. 20, 1903.
Do you want to buy the brand of Paint that
o you want to buy the brand of Paint that
The 1 ee t es t points in view and you
-11 buy out
Zammar Brand of it
ecause it bears a guarantee for durability
ad will cost you 25 per cent. less than ordinary
ood rady-mixed paints, and owing to its fine
preading qualities it will covcr more surfae
san most paints. (Ask your painter about
You can sce below how.
[as grown in popularity, and we can point out
a you so many beautiful homes painted with
.Houses painted with HAMMARt PAINT
ave a pleasing look years after being painted.
etaining that fresh appearance of being ne~wly
ainted, so much to be appreciated.
See Us for Paints
-nd you will not have cause for regrets later on.
ou sales of HAMMAR PAINT have been as
1900....... 40 gallons, Ready-for-use.
1901.....- 17 gallons, Ready-for-use.
1902...394 gallons. Ready-for-use.
1903...56 gallons. Ready-for-use.
We can safely say that no'other brand of
repared paints have ever enjoyed such rapid
pproval of popular favor here before.
Very truly yours,
Vaniii lardare Co.
1orthornis & Berkshires.
We have never been so well prepared
handle the trade in Shorthorn Cattle
n Berkshire Pigs as now.
We have some fine Bulls about ready
or service for sale.
We can furnish you Pigs not akin of
he highest breeding and quality at
Write for what you want.
Udermn Stock~ Farm,
ALCOLU, S. C.
Charlestoni, S. C.
3AGER'S White Lime
Ias no equal for quality, strength and
ooperage. Packed in Heavy Cooper
.ge and Standard Cooper'age.
Also dealers in Portland Cement,
losendale Cement, Fire Brick, Roofing
2 'aprsmera Cotta Pipe, etc.
Wm. T. Quinlan, of Albany, N. Y., Ordered to Hot Springs to Save His Lifh
From Consumption, Was Cured at Home in Two rIonths
by Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey.
"I Began to Improve," He Says, "Witi
the First Dose; Quickly Gained 20
Pounds and Am To-day in Ab
solutely Perfect Health
Duffy's Saved My Life."
- - - -- - c"I always had tendencies toward lung
trouble, and for miany years have sulered
great deal with heavy colds and congestioz
of the lungs. Was growing worse daily
My family and friends know I had so-calleL
incurable consumption and urged me to g
to Hot Springs or the Northern Woods ass
x ~ last resort. But I T.as too weak to trave
a utordprescribed Duffy's Pur(
ralet i ey an with the first dose in
proFvement set in a.,- nd h re.vived. I stayed
rig&tt henme in Aitof and kept on taking
Daiv's and in two mac-nlhs my lungs were a.
couni as a doiX-r. I had gained twent3
romnds, and ani t...::y in absolutely perfeci
health. D)ufiy's saved may life."
WILLIA:'i T. QUINLLAN,
123 acend St., Albany, N. Y
Dufff r Malt fisey
iiasucred Toads of Cases WhE All Else Failed.
Many of thera wore evca than:fr. Quinian's. It will curo you. For fifty years it has
been prescribed by over 7,(;U0 doet.osrs, ai ud in 2,00301eading hospitals as tho one positivw
cure for consumption, coughs, colds, grin, bron
chitis, asthma, picurizy, pneumonia, catarrh and asL
diseases of threat and Im- 1:' g:!e=, d-,ps f:
and every forrn of stc:nac6h tm,:;:c m:rness,
malaria, and all 1vr fever::. !: i'i: ! ' fo all
weakened, run-tiown, oZ..; c-: a;. of body,
brain, nerve and unisce.
Tbo --reat success of Dr~;' l'hre 2:a2t Whike -'" .
lies in the fact that it n nl th10 gend
checks the dizensc, be C:: s nr. iho bo-. timt
ulates the circulaiLic~a, sir,:a.. tiler. .o her 's ection,~
soothes the nerves, an.', iigora- arA bus up0.
the whole syste-n -ada p.: into e-:dition to throw -
off and resist 'us . U.
KEEPS OLD YUo -YOU'd(1 S TRON^
Duffy's 3?uro Malt Whiske-y promotes hcald,
maintains health and eseablks ono to live to a ripe,
bappy old age. Thouandis .f men and women whoa.s
bare passed the century mark give all the credit to
Dulfy's and say for years it has been their only
It is an absolutely pure distillation of malt, contains no fusel oil, and is the only whiskey
recognized by the G-overnment as a medicine. This is a guarantee. Agrees with the most
CAUTION.-Whxen cu ask fr DuffV's Tuare malt Whiskey be sure you get the
genuine. Unscrupuowin Zoaters. ?r.ndful o6f the excellence of thin preparatien, will try
to sen yeu Cheap utatioruul and nalt whiskcv substituteq,t hch are put on the
market for profit only. ar.d which, far from relieving the sicc, are positively harm
ful. Demand "Duffy's" and be sure you gct it. It Is the only absolutely pure Malt
Whiskey which contalns medicioal, health-giving qualities. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
Is sold in sealed bottles only ; never in flask or bulk. Lcok for the trade-mark, the
"Old Chemist." en the label, and be certain the seal over the core is unbroken.
Beware of refilled bottles.
Sold by all druggists and grocers, or direct, $1O. a bottle. Medical booklet free. Duffy
Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester. New Ycrk.
For Sale at All Dispensaries in Scuth Carolina.
There is no need of wearing your Lungs out, when you can get a
Murray's H1orehound, Mullien and Tar.
A few doses of this Household Remedy will give immediate re
lief. A positive cure for Infuenza, Bronchiitis and Diseases of the
Throat. Anti-Spasmodic In Croup.
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COLUJMBIA, S. C.
TO THE TINES OFFICE.
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We wish to extend New Year's greetings to all, and
may the year 1904 prove a happy and prosperous year to
all of our many friends and patrons.
We wish also to impress this fact upon the public,
that we have resolved by the help of God to make this
year the most successful in the history of our eventful
business by putting new life and new energy and giving g
better service. This can be done, as our facilitles for =
conducting our business will be better than ever before.
Our new and handsome store that will soon be com
pleted will be one of the most modern and up to-date dry
goods houses to be found in this country.
Don't forget that we still have on hand a nice line of
Overcoats, Ladies' Cloaks
and Wool Blankets.
Our large stock of
Shoes and Clothing
also deserves special mention.
Our stock of
is up-to-date in every respect.
Ladies, we have just received one of the most beau
tiful lines of Laces and Embroideries ever shown in this
town. Edgings and Insertings all match.
If you need anything in these lines it will pay you to
give us a look, as this is the most superb line of Laces
and Embroideries we have ever shown.
Again wishing you all a happy and prosperous New
Year and that you will make our store your shopping
place during the year, I am
w. E. JERINSO.
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E epreo ssur our gratton ta the peoleofou coutyra
forardI methods ina usv c nour or an grear efot to se
pastu witallniu th e ayrn our codanuci th eu
e hve ot o i ou en in betr iin to e vests
& thepole anagesaledao oe hneeomk
We iis to advantae tou aros wtha the samstraght
Th fow rethostokn thah e bee aorm wit Handgudaeh
fo pathell coninue seaon rule doen urodc in the ay an
We ave farme no till beeninu andtter posiemon- tosrv
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SIt is our intention to place on this market the best and
C most varied assortment of this class of goods ever shown
SWe are now receiving goods daily and will continue _
Sfor some time until our stock is completedf.
SWishing all a prosperous year and that success may
crown your labors with a bountiful harvest, we are
Very truly yours,
%&11a1ni1g HardWare Co.
We have opened up in the Furstenberg building, opposite the
Ccntral Hotel, where we will be glad to see you.
Send Us Your Orders
and remember you get nothing but fresh goods with prices as low
as usual. We brought prices down and intend to keep them down.
Yours for saving money,
The Manning Grocery Co.