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MANNING. S. C.. FEB. 10, 1904.
Publishes All County and Town Of
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MST be in
this office by Saturday Noon in order to
insure publication the following week.
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. Arrangement.
have been made with the agent at depot to telc
phone when freight trains are approaching
Fare. 10 cents each war.
You will find the greatest values in
Laces and Embroideries ever shown in
Two thousand yard assortment of
Cambric Embroidery at 5c yard that
will sell on any market at 10c, but our
knock-out price is 5c.
Two thousand yard assortment of Em
broidery at 10c the-yard that you would
readily give 12 and 15c for, but you
get the assortment from Jenkinson at
1oc. It will do you good to see the
splendid values we are offering in all
lines of Laces. Torchon Lace, Val.
Laces and Lace Band Insertings in all
the new patterns.
All-Over Lace in Black and White
Champagne Shades, from 25c to $2.50
per yard. I
Don't fail to see us when you need
Lace and Embroidery.
D on't fail to see our great line of
Black Skirt Goods in Voiles, Eolians,
Poplins, Ragalines. Brilliantines and
Yours for busine ss,
Mr. Jno. G. Slaughter left this morn
ing for Danville, Va.
Captain John Manning of Boykin
spent last Thursday in Manning.
Mr. C. P. Lesesne of Sumter is in
Manning, sick at Mr. C. R. Sprott's.
We want an old turkey gobbler for a
special occasion about the middle of
. Mrs. Sallie D'Ancona of Chicago is in
Manning visiting her mother, Mrs.
Miss Grace Jervey wants a position
as teacher or governess, read want ad.
- in business column.
On account of indisposition Professor
Boyd was compelled to dismiss his class
last Monday morning.
There will be preaching at Fellow
ship church next Sunday at 4:00 p. m.
Rev. M. A. Connors will preach.
Dr. W. 7.1. Brockinton has returned
from the .-orth, where he went to pur
chase his equippment for his infirmary.
There will be a dime reading at the
Paxville academy on next Friday. Re
freshments willl be served. Benefit of
Miss Lillie Andrews who has been<
visiting her sister Miss Lou Andrews
returned to her home in Bishopville1
last Friday. 1
The county should be surveyed to let
it be detinately known, that the route
to Salem to sell sewing machines is not
not at all shortened by way of Summer- t
*Mr. Ashley Avant of Summerton
was in town last Saturday, and he says
he never has found business better. He:
is making things hum in the progres
sive little town.
A nine year old daughter of Mr. Dan
u el Ens near Workmaa was severely
burned last Thursday in the field while
atchin her father at his work, and
atrmuch suffering the little girl died
The Manning street railway was soldi
last Thursday, Mr. C. R. aarvin being
the purchaser, and it is is intention to1
. make improvements in both trackage
and rolling stock. The passenger car<
will meet the trains, and he will facill
tate the hauling of freights.
- A terrible conflagration occurred in
Baltimore last Sunday, by which over,
$100,000,000 of property was destroyed.
The fire originated in the dry goods es-]
tablishment of John E~. Hurst & Co.,
which is represented in this section by
Mr. W. E. Burgess of this town.
The town council in putting clay upon
the side walks have done a good thing,1
but if they will now get a few wagon
loads of coarse gravel or sand and
spread on top of the clay, the sidewalks
will become as hard as cement, and
will not be sticky in wet weather.
There has been a new firm organized
in this town,and in a few days they will
have one of the prettiest establishmenlts
in our town. This firm is composed of
young and active business nen who
know how to cater to the public de
mands and they will do their utmost to
Rememiber work is o'n at St. Peters
tonight. There are five new colts to be
broken. Interest is on the growth.
Let their be a nice gathering tonight.
The goat was given a fresh supply of
tomato cans and paper soon this morn
ing. and good service may be expected
from him tonight.
In the recent conflagration at Balti
more, the bulk of Jenkinson's spring
dry goods stock was packed, ready for
shipmlent, and every bit of it was burn
ed. Mr. Jenkinson will put out for
New York in a few days to fill up his
store. He will have the finest dry
goods, clothing and shoe store in this
section of the State. Mr. Jenkinson
expects to be in his new store before
the 1st of Narch.
Our delegation in the legislature will
hae the recommendation of a county
dispensary board of control, and the
-supervisors of registration whose com
missions expire this year. Who they
will recommend for these positions we
do not know, nor do we know who all
of the applicants will be. The regis
tration officers commissions expire this
month and those of the board of con
trol expire in June.
We call attention to to advertisement
of The Sumter Banking and Mercantile
Company, which does a large supply
business in this and adjoinig counties.
Mr. W. A. Bowman is the president,
and one of the most active business men
in South Carolina. This concern is
capitalized for $50,000, and is 9.mply
able to handle to advantage the im
mense trade it will command. That
they solicit the patronage of the people
of Clarendon is assured by their coming
into the columns of THE TIMES.
Cha mberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
Unequalled for Constipation.
Mr. A. R. Kane, a prominent drug
gist of Baxter Springs, Kansas, says:
"Chamberlainl's Stomach and Liver
Tablets are, in my judgment. the most
superior preparation of anything in use
today for constipation. They arc sure
in action and with no tendency to nau
seate or gripe. For sale by The Rt. B.
Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea,
Last week we sent our pencil through
the names of a number of delinquent
subscribers, not because we did not
want to send the paper to them, but
becausethey manifest too great an in
difference about paying. We have a
few more which we regard good but
who are slow in paying, this class we
will in a few days take such steps to
collect from as the law admits. They
are good and responsible and the money
will be collected alright. Notwith
standing our clipping off the names of
delinquents, for every one we have cut
off a new one has been put on. and our
subscription list now is more than dou
ble what it was three years ago.
Relief in One Minute.
One Minute Cough Cure gives relief
in one minute. because it kills the mi
crobe which tickles the mucous mem
brane, causing the cough, and at the
same time clears the phlegm, draws out
the inflammation and heals and soothes
the affected parts. One Minute Cough
Cure strengthens the lungs. wards off
pneumonia and is a harmless and never
failing cure in all curable cases of
coughs, colas and croup. One Minute
Cough Cure is pleasant to take, harm.
less and good alike for young and old
Sold by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Mr. DesChamps Thursday introduced
i bill to amend the law in reference to
entry on lands of another after notice,
Friday the experimental station bill
was discussed by Mr. DesChamps and
M r. Lesesne. The measure was oppos
ed by the College authorities through
their representatives upon the floor,
nd after a very considerable debate
the bill was recommitted which virtu
illy kills it. The vote stood 66 to 30.
t is to be regretted that this bill failed
f passage, as in our opinion it was the
nly measure introduced in the legisla
ture which would result in practical
ood to the farmer. We take from the
proceedings the following extracts of
speeches made on the bill:
THE DESCHAMPS BILL OPPOSED.
Mr. Pearman opposed the third read
ing of Mr. DesChamps' bill to provide
For the the experiment stations in the
various counties. The trustees have
all been here and they told him the
plan would. bankrupt the College and
they would have to send the boys home.
Do not force Clemson to run an experi
mental station in every county. There
teemed to be a plan to kill Clemson.
Clemson is being hit by trying to re
luce the privilege tax, then by trying
o take the analysis from Clemson and
v creating scholarships and so on. He
;ould prefer to see the tag tax with
Irawn to see the Income of Clemson
ut piece by piece. The chairman of
he board told him if this bill passed
;hey would have to close the College.
If you want to kill Clemson do so, but
lo not destroy the usefulness by cutting
.ts revenue first on one side and then
IR. DESCHAMPS SUPPORTS HIS BILL.
Mr. DesChamps said the present ex
.,erimental station was way off in one
orner of the State and the'soil, condi
tions and climate were different in vari
us parts of the State. He was not fight
ng Clemson College, but simply wished
;ome good out of it. The report of Clem
on shows that Clemson has a balance
ast year of $23,000. and they are spend
.ng that much every year in permanent
mprovements. Let the permanent im
>ovements be stopped atnd coive the
~armers some good. Mr. Pear an does
iot know the actual expences or financ
s of Clemson. They have-over $20,000
eft over every year. and he insisted
hat this money had~ better go to ex
erimental work than in new buildings.
DPERIMENTAL STA TIONS NECESSARY.
Mr. Wade explained that if the expe
'imental stations did nothing more than
o teach the farmers how to make realI
ugar cane syrup it would be a fine in
estment. The line of the bill is excel
ent. Soil deterioration is dreadful,and
hese stations are absolutely necessary..
Eliminate corporations and the State is
yoorer than it was a century ago. If the
tate goes into this work properly the
lovernment will help. Then he took
ip the growing of "Sewer" beans and
aid that they sold for six cents a pound
md bushels could be grown on an acre.
ature made this a great agricultural
state, but nothing has been or is being
lone to help nature. The average
'armer wants to sell his farms.
Mr. Wingo wanted one fine experi
ental station rather than forty-one
nok station&>He was almost persuad
d that these bills to lop off money
from Clemson- came from those who
were not friendly to Clemson. All these
,ills had better be killed.
This bill, said Mr. Doyle of Oconee,
.ould, if passed seriousty cripple Clem
;on College. The bill ought to be
Mr. Lesesne, of Clarendon, relate~d
hat in the eighties there were experi
nental stations at Darlington, Spartan
,urg and Columbia. They were classed
The matter of feed is of
tremendous importance to the
farmer. Wrong feeding is
loss. Right feeding is profit.
The up-to-date farmer knows
what to feed his cows to get
the most milk, his pigs to get
the most pork, his hens to
get the most eggs. Science.
But how about the children ?
Are they fed according to
science, a bone food if bones
are soft and undeveloped, a
flesh and muscle food if they
are thin and weak and a blood
Eood if there is anemia ?
Scott's Emulsion is a mixed
Eood ; the Cod Liver Oil in it
makesfesh, blood and muscle,
the Lime and Soda make bone
and brain. It is the standard
scientific food for delicate
Send for free
Be sure that this picture in
the form of a label is on the
wrapper of every bttle of
409 Pearl St., N. Y.
50c and $1; all druggists
as failures and that was because vt
did not come in touch with the peo
who farm. This bill is in the inter
of the farmers. This bill is not sole
for the benefit of the farmer every d<
tor and lawyer has a farm. These s
tions are to be under the direction
some local intelligent farmer. He ur
ed that cutting the privilege tax was
cut below the belt, or in its attempt
do so. The advisory board is to gi
its services free. He went into a co:
plete exposition as to what might ea
ly be done at such an experiment s1
tion. Clemson College does now cc
duct farmers' institutes, but a one-d
meeting does no no good. Those
charge ought to remain in a county
least a week. He thought the Colle
itself would be benefited by this inve?
ment in the experimental stations.
Mr. Morgan urged that the bill mea
a cost of $12,300. The reduction of t3
tag tax meant a loss of 842.000 to Clei
son and the scholarships just voted 1:
400. The pending bills meant a cut
862.484 from the revenues of Clemso
and to do this would practically k
Clemson. He opposed to bill.
LANCASTER FAVORS STATIONS.
Mr. T. V. Williams saw the necessi
for experimental stations. To his pe
pie the station at Clemson was wort
less. The bill ought to be amended
that where the farmers organized at
contributed as much as 8500 for tl
Clemson people to match the sum su
scribed. With $500 from the local fa
mers and $500 from Clemson much go<
would result, but it would be a gre
mistake to start off these stations wil
CLEMSON COLLEGE WINS.
The motion was to recommit the bi
and on this the vote stood 66 30, at
the bill was recommitted after an o
day fight. The board of trustees
Clemson made personal appeals to 1
left alone to continue in the excellei
work at Clemson undisturbed.
Yesterday a Bill to repeal the lie
law was killed by a vote of 00 to 4
Mr. DesChamps voted against repe
and Messrs. Lanham and Lesesne vote
Mr. Lesesne made a speech again:
the marriage record bill.
Letter to Mayor Bradham,
Dear Sir: You are interested in tI
prosperity of your town. You can cot
tribute to it mate.ially, and give it
far more prosperous look at the sant
Perhaps the public property needs
good coat of paint.
Devoe will supply that coat with tw
thirds of the number of gallons requi
ed of any other. Devoe will last twi
as long as any other. Devoe is all pail
and full measure. Devoe is the strong
est paint known. Devoe will take cat
of the property, in the long run, f<
half the money required by any othe
The reason is stated above: Devoe
all paint and full measure: the strong
est paint known.
E. D. Sewell, Corry, Pa., painted h
house 5 years ago with a mixed pain
took 14 gallons. Last spring he r
painted with Devoe; bought 14 gallor
and had s gallons left. Saved $15 $2
for painting costs two or three tiimes t
much as the paint.
F. W. DEVOE & Co.,
40 New York.
The following is the honor roll .
Paxville school: Annie May Broat
ay, Bessie Corbett, Nonie. Corbetl
immie Broadway, Ethel Corbet1
Leila Geddings, Leila Corbett, Mani
eddings, Ellerbe Davis, Frank Koll:
A. T. DAVIS.
What Are They?
Chamberlain's Stomach and Live
[ablets. A new~ remedy for stomae
roubles, biliousness and constipatiot
d a good one. Price 25 cents. Fc
sale by The Rl. B. Loryea Drug Stort
Isaac M1. Loryea, Prop.
Honor Roil Way Side School.
Norman Gamble, Clarence Wheeler
Anna Wheeler. Sudie Wheeler, Ne
Wheeler, Olive Wheeler, Saai
Wheeler, Lawrence Wheeler, Osca
Buddin, Eddie Buddin. Kennie Buddit
essie Buddin, Albert Buddin, Anri
LIDIE L. FU~RGUSON.
Puts an End to it All.
A grievous wail oftimes comes as
result of unbearable pain from ovel
taxed organs, dizziness, backache, live
omplaint and constipation. But thani
o Dr. King's New Life Pills they pr
n end to it all. They are gentle bt
horough. Try them. Only 25c. Gual
nteed by The R. B. Loryea Dru
Everybody has an excuse for his shor'
What we gain in sentiment we at
apt to lose in sense.
If a man sees a hole in the floor he a
ways spits at it.
Nothing feels as good as to rest whe
you are real tired.
It is refreshing how some men enjc
their own looks.
Ducks put their heads under water1
liquidate their bills.
An expressive face discounts a prett
one a hundred per cent.
Before plying the whip imagine you
self in the place of the horse.
When a fellow proposes he expec
the girl to take him at his word.
A man sometimes gets a very hard ft
from the tree of knowledge.
Whben you meet a fool who can't hel
it don't stop to argue with him.
Some men would be immensely wet
thy if they could sell the advice the
One good thing about a real bad col
is-you have no time for any of yom
Every man who takes charge of a bu
iess thlinks he has to make a numbi
2Some men who get up with the lar
prefer a swallow the first thing in ti
If you know a sure cure for rheum:
tism don't tell anybody: they won't bl
Special to The Manning Times.
I am sending you a number of pac1
ages of garden seed, which I would 1
glad to have you distribute as equal
as you can among the people of yoi
community who will most apprecia
Having only a limited number
packages, and it being impossible
send to every one in the State, I ha
thought best to adopt this method,
the hope that the seed will reach ti
largest number and do the most goo
If anyone who has not received set
will write to me, I will try to supp
I will esteem it a cou: esv if you wi
pnblish this letter in your regular issui
With best wishes.
Yours very truly,
A. C. LATIER.
ey BUSINESS LOCALS.
; S. I. Till, Levi block.
The Furniture Man, Levi Block. ftf.
a- Wood's Wheat Seed is the best.
of The it. B. Lorvea Drug Store.
a Plant Wood's tested and true Wheat
to Seed. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
m- Wanted-Corn and Peas at highest
i- cash price. R. D. Clark, at People's
a- Warehouse. [tf
To Rent-A two story dwelling, good
in location. Terms apply to I. C. Ingram
at Manning Hotel.
e For Sale-A fine plantation within 3
miles of Manning, well equipped with
at buildings. The terms can be had by
e applying to this office.
n For Sale.-21 acre lot in the town of
'~ Manning, centrally located,good neigh
of borhood, containing S room residence,a
n' 3 room tenant house, barn and stables.
ill For terms apply to J. D. Gerald. [2t
Wanted-At once competent teachers
to fil good positions in this and in other
ty States. No entrance fee charged.
o- Teachers Co-operative Agency, St.
h- George, S. C.,. S. F. Utsey and F. N.
s0 Mittle, Managers.
ie Wanted.-By a lady of many years
b- experience a position to teach in a pri
r.' vate school or in a family as Governess.
)d Country preferred. References ex
at changed. Address Miss Grace H. Jer
;h vey, New Zion, S. C. [eow2t
I have opened a new wagon and car
riage repair shop opposite Coffey & Rig
11 by's stables where I will do repairing
od on all vehicles, carriage painting, ex
.11 pert horse-shoeing, gun and re:olver
of repairing, log cart building and repairs
)e made on all farming implements and
it machinery. I promise you good treat
meat, the best workmanship, right
n prices and promptness. I will have
0. very soon a good assortment' of wagon
1 and carriage hardware for sale and at
d a very low.price. B. T. Legg.
Thoroughbred Bull Terrier Pups for Sale.
These dogs are true to their nature,
affectionate, intelligent and maize the
very best watch-dogs. Correspondence
e solicited by J. M. Richardson, Fanola,
a- S. C.
a To D. 0. Rhame, Druggist, Summer
ton, S. C.
Dear Sir:-I have been suffering from
Rheumatism and Lumbago eighteen
it (18) years, and during that time tried
.several Doctors, and took some of all of
the different remedies I ever heard of
but got no real benefit. Finally, learn
ing that Rhame's Rheumatism Remedy
ishad cured many others, I tried it. As
an evidence of my gratitude for the
remedy wh.ch benefitted me so much,
i I wish to relate. my experience to all
who may be troubled with Rheumatism.
(Signed) F. H. CHEWNING.
i 16-13t Silver, S. C.
I have in hand sone money to lend
on reasonable terms.
Apply to the undersigned.
JOSEPH F. THAME,
Attorney at Law.
. .THE. .
R, B. LORYEA DRUG STORE,
- ISAAC M. LORYEA, Prop.,
b.Sign of the . .. Golden Mortar,
r Beg to inform their many friends an icustomi
ers that they are prepared to supply their wants ~ilk
with their accustomed celerity..
We carry a full and complete line in every de
partment of the
and everv attention is shown to thc w ants of
d their customers.
For' many Years
e We have endeavored to give the very best at
tention to our customers' wants, and feel that
we have succeeded.
Our stock of
a and CHEMICALS
is complete mn ev-ery particular and every and
a When n need of PuE 1DRUGS and MEDI
CINES call on us and we can give you general
st MA O RDERS receive our careful and im
-mediate attention on day of receipt.
SWe hope for your kind patronage which for
yer ehv arnestly striven to merit.
ISAAC M, LORYEA, Proprietor, a
- ~-Golden Mortar,
* 6 MANNINO, S. C.
P'-HONE NO. 2
1HEGE IMPROVED LOG-BEAM
1- wiTH THE
y HEAcocK-KN VAIBEFE WORKS.
Write "The Mfachinery People" for prices
d W. H.GIBBES @, CO.
rCOLUMBIA, S. C. - C
EN GINES. BOILERS. COvvO N GINS.
Job Prin tin. M
GTVEP TTS A TRTIAL.
Merchants who sell to the trade or farmers who
4 supply their laborers can buy Drugs from
Rhame's Drug Store,
Summerton, S. C.
Filled the day received at RHAME'S
DRUG STORE. Whatever is wanted
from a box of pills to a gross of cas
tor oil can be supplied at short notice
at as low a price as obtainable in like
quantity anywhere. Have your fam
ily medicine chest filled by
D. O. RHAME.
Coughs and Colds.
Every home should contain a reliable
remedy for coughs and colds. No
matter how slight a cough or cold
may seem, it is perilous to neglect it.
It may remain and develop into seri
RHAME'S WHITE PINE BALSAM is a tested
remedy and will not disappoint you.
For sale at
RHAME'S DRUG STORE.
Present an opportunity for the lover
to say what he or she thinks of the
favorite girl or boy, man or woman,
Rhame's Drug Store,
Siunm erton, S. C.
High Class Goods.
We still have some good things to offer yet. Al
hough it is between the seasons, we can give you some
'ery close prices on Winter Goods, as we ant the room
or our large shipment of Spring Goods already bought.
Ladies' and Misses' Jackets.
We still have something good and up-to-date in them
hat we are offering way down below their real value.
ome early and look through what we have. We will
aake the prices to suit your pocketbook.
If you are looking for something in that line we can
lease you in quality and price. We still have something
ice in them in dark Greys and Blacks that you can get
t real bargains. A look at them will conymnce you.
Our Dress Goods Departmient.
We watch that with great care, therefore you can find
.s right in the lead along that line.
Our Black Dress Goods Department is always full of
ood things and the prices will meet all competition. See
-hat we have before buying your Suit or Skirt.
All cotton goods are higher, but we were on the
atchout for that and laid in a good supply of them, and
ur prices on them are as low as the lowest. Get our
rices before buying.
R. & C. Corsets.
We have a big shipment just in of all the newest
hapes and styles. The deep hip will be one of the lead
g styles this season. We carry them in all sizes.
Our llamiiltoni-Brown Shoes
itill have the lead in high art Footwear. We carry a full
ie of them in all sizes and styles. Buy a pair and they
v-ill make a shoe customer of ours.
Thanking you for past patronage and wishing you a
>rosperous new year,
I remain yours,
THE OLD RELIABLE,
S8. A. FRIGE3Y,I
J. Hi. RIGBY, flanager.
fiflfilifllff~ilffllfflffiff~llNIIINUU IIIUU IIIN III
SWhite Goods, Lace
& Embroidery Sale.
We are not given to brag unless we have something to
brag about. We feel justified in saying that we have some of
the-greatest values in Laces and Embroideries ever shown in this
Three thousand-yard assortment of Embroideries and In
sertings at 5, 10 and 15c per yard.
One thousand-yard assortment of Torehon Lace at 5 and 10c
3 per yard.
Three thousand-yard assortment of Val. Lace from 2e to
15e per yard.
The finest assortment of Embroideries and Insertings in.
Match Sets ever shown in this town, 15 to 75c per yard.
A large assortment of All-oyer Lace, from 20c to $2.50 per
It will pay you to see the great values we will offer in Em
broideries and Laces during this great sale.
Black Dress Goods.
A nice Black Skirt and the proverbial Shirt Waist will
never go out of fashion.
Our line of Black Skirt Goods is the most complete- we
have ever shown.
Black Skirting at 25, 50, 75e, $1 and $1.25 per yard.
We have a nice line of new Spring Suitings, specially
suited for making nice Easter Dresses. It will pay you to see
We are closing out our entire line of Wool Blankets regard
less of cost. Lots of cold ahead yet. Better come and let us
show you what we can do for you in nice Wool Blankets.
Our entire stock of Millinery must go to make room for our
new spring stock.
If you need a nice Hat dirt cheap here is your chance.
The brave Tennesseean who fought so gallantly at the Also in .
S ' San Antonio, Tex., for his life, said: "Be sure you are rig1
and then go, ahead." Crockett made sure he was righ in
c laiming te great State of Texas from Spanish. misrule, and -
paid with his life for what he believed was right, and when we
see more than two million people living in that great State
under the best government in the world we cannot help but be
lieve as he did. -
Be sure you are right in what you want this season. If you
cannot make up your mind come to us and and let us show you
Swhat we have. We have the best stock of Bridles, Hams --
SHame Sti-ings, Collars,.jBackbands, Plow Lines, Traces, Singe
trees, Dixey Boy and Crown Plows, Georgia Ratchet P1ow
__ Stocks, Turn Plows, Shovel Plows, T wisters, Cotton Planters, -
Guano Distributors, Farm Bells, Pumps, Pipiusr, Fencing, Ste.
pies,' Nails, Hinges, Plow Findings and other things for the
Sfarm too numerous to mention that we have ever shown here. -
~-It is our intention to make it to yonr interest to buy. your supplies
from us this season by keeping a well selected stock of goods
and selling them as is our custom on as short possible marginm
as can be done.
Ladies, do not forget our
We will begin to fill up again shortly. We still have quite a
nice assortment of Staple Crockery and will fill the vacant
Yuplaces with other goods shortly.
Yucannot possibly do wrong in buying a Stove from this line, as -_
there are more than five hundred in daily usc in our county -
that are giving perfect satisfaction..
SVery truly yours, _
We11111 No nOr N~f QuI0s
We are in our new quarters at the samO
old stand, next to Jenkinson's, where we are
prepared to fill all orders for.
We will be glad to see you and "figger" on
on any bill of G-roceries you may need, and
feel assured we can satisfy you both in qual
ity and price.
The Manning Grocery Co.