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Lo) UXi- APPELT, Editor.
MANNNIG. S. C., MAY 4, 1904.
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Entered at the Postofflce at Manning as See
ona Class matter.
The spring term of court con
vened last Monday morning with
Hon. R. 0. Purdy as presiding
judge, R. Lathan, stenogra
pher, and Hon. John S. Wilson,
solicitor. This was Judge Pur
dv's first term in Clarendon, and
after the organization of the
court he delivered a clear and
concise charge to the grand jury.
Judge Purdy was born in Law
renceville. Va., Feb. 11, 1857, at
tended the common schools, and
was two years at Virginia Agri
cultural and Mechanical College;
then took the degree of Bachelor
of Laws at the University of
Virginia: moved to Manning in
1881; practiced law here for a
number of years; married a
daughter of the late Dr. John L
Ingram; moved to the city of
Sumter; became the'law partner
of the late Hon. Joseph H. Earle;
served one term as mayor of
Sumter. He was elected Judge
of the Third Circuit by the Gen
eral Assembly in 1902, to accept
which he gave up a very lucra
tive practice. Judge Purdy, al
though on the bench not two
years, has already won distinc
tion, not only for his excellent
decisions, but for firmness and
courtesy. Naturally our readers
feel proud of his career.
It is to be doubted whether
there is upon the bench of South
C arolina today a circuit judge
- n'-ose charges to the grand jury
are so enlightening to that body
as are the charges of Judge Pur
dy. His remarks to the grand
- urors upon the opening of court
---on Monday were at once lucid
and forcefu], direct and abso
lutely to the point. What he had
to say was calculated not only to
help the newly-empanelled grand
jurors properly to understand
their duties, but also to stimu
late in them the desire fearlissly
and consbientiously to discharge
those duties. More than that,
the advice he gave was sound
advide not only for grand' jurors
but for every citizen, and 'THE
TmE~s only regrets that it can
not reproduce his remarks in
fufl What follows is but a brief
synopsis of what he had to say,
after first instructing. the jurors
jas to the nature of the bills
handed out by the solicitor and
the manner in which they were
to pass upon them:
Under our system, Mr. Fore
mqn and gentlemen of the grand
~ury, several of your number
were brought over from last year
and they bring to the investiga
-tion of these matters which are
-to come before you -their experi
ence, and in that way your la
bors will be very much simpli
fied, but each and all of you*
should bear constantly in mind
that you should be what you
purport to be, the grand inquest
of your county. The great body
-politic, composed of individuals
~throughout the country, takes
very little interest in reporting
-crime unless it be a matter di
rectly personal to the party who
*brings it to the attention of the
-grand jury or the magistrate.
This is but natural, is only in
thorough keeping with human
nature, for none of us care to
prefer charges against someone
with whom we will, perhaps, be
brought in daily contact. None
-of us would like to be considered
an intermeddler with our neigh
-bor's - affairs. But when you
*come up here those motives can
-no longer restrain you, and it is
for this very reason that a gr-an<d
jury is formed. What is no
-body's business in general now
_becomes your business in partic
tular, and unless you perform
- our duty crime will go ram
pant in the land.
Hence it is that the law has
made a wise provision that the
-State's secrets and your own se
crets you shall well and truly
keep. It is not your privilege,
Mr. Foreman, to come out of
that room and tell me or any
other citizen what took place in
that room. Any.man can go in
that -room and report to you any
crime or any citizen with perfect
impunity, and -what he says in.
that room should be forever
locked within your breasts. You
have taken an oath to keep se
cret what occurs within that
room, and persons are invited to
come and give you their confi
dence, having a right to believe
-that under your oath their confi
dence will be acted upon and re
Now, gentlemen, bear that in
mndand if yon want crime pun
ished it will be punished, and it ci
will be punished through you or at
not at all. Every now and then ei
you hear a great outcry about if
injustice and failure to carry out hi
the law. Did you ever stop to in
think why that is? They say the ai
courts and juries fail to do their is
duty, but I tell you that there is g<
never a verdict rendered in the
court house that is not the direct i
reflection of the sentiment of the
country at large. Therefore,Mr. P
Foreman and gentlemen, start- sa
ing with you, you must create a
healthy sentiment against crime. m
Under the constitution of 1895 tr
the judges of this State are shorn
of all power so far as the shap
ing of verdicts is concerned. at
The judge who sits here can only
declare the law, and it for you, sa
starting with you, to create a
healthy public sentiment for the sa
punishment of violators of the
law. It is the sentiment of the e
great mass of the people which d
shapes the verdicts of the juries;
you can start a crusade for the sa
elevation of that sentiment if
you will, and unless you do mat
ters will go on from bad to worse fr
until anarchy and confusion ty
reign in the country instead of fr
If you do want the law admin- o,
istered in your community and in
seeking that end do set about
creating this healthy sentiment,
it will not be long before you see TC
its effect upon the verdicts of
your juries. For, gentlemen, I pi
don't care what pessimists say, th
the world is getting better. Very ou
few people wish to do wrong, a
and it is only through apathy po
and indifference, through care- fa
lessness and thoughtlessness in wi
reference to the great issues
which. concern us every day in a
the court house that justice is y
not- at all times accomplished, 19
and if the people have their a
minds awakened to the necessity j
of a better state of things in the wi
country, then they will live up di
in the court house to the senti- di
ments they hear expressed by
their neighbors outside the court co
Now, I believe every officer in el
this county is known to me per- Co
sonally. It is a great pleasure st
to me to come and meet my old ti<
friends here. I suppose every w(
county official is known to you i0,
gentlemen. But sitting here to- ne
day, gentleman, we absolutely Jc
:now them not, except that as H
officers of the State we have their ex
reputations in our keeping, just dc
as we have the reputation of ev- m:
ery other good citizen in our P
keeping. When we come to put a
the scrutiny of the public eye tr.
upon their-acts, they are strang- in
ers to us. we know them not,and t
you should go through their of- "p
fices seeking to - discover if the roc
officers to whom have been en- ro
trusted the administration of bE
your affairs are carrying out t
their duty. If any member of
that panel shall during this year H
be discharged as a juror by rea- Pl
son of the lapse of time and he ~
as not then an intelligent con- th
eention to the best of his ability all
asto the workings of every office fu
in this county, then he has failed a
to live up to the requirement of be
his oath. de
Judge Purdy then proceeded to
charge the jury comprehensive- ~
ly as to the manner in which ec
they were to make their exami- th
nations of the county offces, tell- T.
ing them that while few if any of g'
them were expert bookkeepers
they could nevertheless obtain ha
the aid of men skilled in those ki
matters. He called the attention H
of the jurors particularly to the
great importance of the magis- by
trate's office, which he said was
too generally under-estimated.
He spoke of the difficulty exper
ienced by judges and solicitors
in unraveling papers sent up
from the magisterial courts; y
competent men and only compe- w
tent men, said he, should bold P
this office, and to this end not ei
only should 'he salary be larger st
but the present elective plan of b<
securing magistrates should be b
abandoned. For, said Judge b'
Purdy, the most incompetent
man in. the whole community hi
may be the most popular man in tE
the community, and why? Sim- ti
ply because he never does. any
thing to offend anybody, and if
placed in the office of magistrate
e will never render a judgement r:
that is worth a snap. He in- 2
structed the jurors as to their or
uty in seeing that the magis-w
trates make the reports required ~
>f them by law.
Among the county offices a
udge Purdy instructed the fa
grand jurors that they must see P
that all the offices are properly e
kept: that the books of the treas- -s
urer properly balance and that y<
his bond is in the right shape; la
that the clerk's office and the of- ~
fice of the probate judge are
kept in order and the books Be
neatly and legibly written up,and
so on throughout the other of- a
fices. He laid greatest empha- 2
sis, however, upon the office of ~i
supervisor, saying: Now you all sal
know that your county is a great 2
body politic. It is a corporation
and it has a great amount of cu
money to be handled. Thati ic
money should be handled by one
>f the best business men in your
:ounty. I refer to your super
visor, and there, gentlemen, is a Ti
place you should scrutinize most te:
losely and see to it that the tbh
fnds going into that office are W
being properly disbursed. For Ia
unless the affairs of that office is m
well administered your county is IlJ
going in debt. The supervisor
of this county has more respon
siblity upon him than any bank
president you gentlemen know. es
He should be a man of affairs se*
who can plan, and devise means gr
of carrying on work, and who yo
can at the same time save your be
county's money. Look closely bl
into the affairs of that office, and Lc
eetly used. If not, call the
tention of the supervisor to his >d
rors and let him correct them:
itis well administered,commend
m, for I tell you it is a most ed
iportant office, and if it is well .
Iministered the county of Clar- in
going to prosper: if not, it is ter
)ing to suffer. Jor
The fol.owing true bills were brought i
The State vs John J. Barfield, John
,ter Barfield, Sam J. Barfield. As- car
uIt and battery with intent to kill. out
try now in room.
The State vs Hattie Cooper and Cam- sur
ila Holliman. Larceny of live stock ha,
Led and acquitted. hit
The State vs Selwyn Briggs. House
eaking and larceny.
The State vs Frank King. Murder
.d carrying concealed weapons.
The State vs Daniel Singleton. As
utilt and battery of a high and aggra- fir
The State vs Joseph H. Morris. As- So
alt with intent to kill. ru
The State vs Robert Ward aliasC. A. an
ard. Assault and battery with in- fo
at to kill and carrying concealed
adly weapons. ty
The State vs Willis Bethune. As- yeE
sit and battery with intent to kill. es
phe State vs Linton Butler and Ellis ye
nyers. Larceny of live stock.
case of Malichi Gaymon continued
>m last court continued again as par- M.
has not been arrested.
rhe case of R. Lee Logan and Ida use
me Bagnal for adultery continued on H.
count of illness of prosecuting witness L.
GRAMD JURY PRESENTMENT. SI.
May Term of Court, 1904.
His Honor R. 0. Purdy, Presiding & 1
[t is with a sentiment of sincere pal
:asure that our body recalls the fact pai
at Your Honor is a former citizen of H.
r county, and therefore it was with
rdonable pride that we all noted your yet
vancement to the high and exhalted fift
sition that you now so ably fill. These pai
ts we assure you caused us to listen
th esnecial interest and to so derive
ich profit from the statements made
such a clear and explicit manner by '
Your Honor, of our duties as a R.
ry of inquest of ourcounty for the year
A. To which statement of duties we
individuals and as a body most heart
agree, and pledge ourselves accord- 1
to our individual and combined rv
dom and ability to discharge those ter
sties faithfully. mi<
We have. acted upon all bills of in- dat
rtment handed us by the solicitor. ho]
We have enamined all offices of re- Sal
rds, and the jail, as a body, and find an<
records and books of the probate, dei
rk of court, and auditor's otlices me
atly kept, and the jail in excellent tal
edition, this latter a neat and sub- lar
ntial brick building is a recent addi- inc
in to our public buildings, df which sel
are (we think) justly proud. bot
We have appointed as a committe to left
)k after the- chaingang before the ed
xt term of court.Messrs. W. E. Keels, car
hn W. Touchberry, J. P. Poole and wa
nry M. Mims. fee
As a committee to make a, thorough thc
amination of all offices that have to thb
with the county finances, the fore
an, I. I Bagnal,0. W. McRoy and A.
Supervisor Owens came before our na.
'd and made complaint about the att
rble he has with farmers plowing
to the public roads running through
eir fields, and specially pre- I
nts r~. R. A. Sublett of Summerton ...
., who has plowed into a public
ad running through his farm until a
ad eighteen and a half feet wide 'has C
en narrowed to barely eleven feet~and -
at Mr. Subiett has failed to relocate
e road as directed.
Supervisor Owens asks that Your I
nor construe the road law which ap- Coi
les to ordering out hands living with- pri
the distance specified by law, to open I:
sew road in another township, those.
at where the hands live. He stated Co
o that he had hands indicted for re
sing to so work in another township T
d the magistrate before whom they' a
re brought ruled that they could not Cie
compelled to work in such a case un- the
*r the law.
We attach to our presentment a comn
nication from Mr. D. M. Epps of
orkman P. 0., complaining of thety
nduct of Magistrate H. H. Hobbs in
e actions brought against P. B. I:
orn, Hardy Burgess and Sid Burgessje
d we ask for such action as is proper mo
the case. . ie
A -pecial presentment has been
.nded Your Honor in the case of Dar- -
e Ham charging her husband, Frank
am and Amelia Dixon with living in I
All of which is respectfully submitted jec
Sthe grand jury. J .PODN
ATTACHED TO PRESENTMENT. I
Workman, S. C., May 2, 1904. jeci
> Grand Jury Clarendon County:
Gentlemen:-l desire to -present to T .
ur body our trial justice H. H. Hobbs -
2 has refused in several cases to thE
osecute parties; namely P. B. Thorn, an'
ardy Burgess and Sid Burgess in a
arge against the pease, he accepted
raw bonds, Thorn and Hardy on Sid's I:
inds and Sid and Thorn on Hardy's. jec,
nd and neither of the prties worth
Ly property and are still trespasing ,
'guns and dogs and injuring my hogs. S'
I have written to the Governor and dat
refers me to the grand jury for pro- Co
You will please take immediate ac-- T
>n as it may save trouble in the future.
Hoping that you will take action I am
D. M. EPS
After having taken notice of the va- S
us recommendations of the jury, and dal
lng them that such as required ac- CII
the part of the solicitor and himself_.
luld receive prompt attention. Con
suing His Honor teelingly said: "In
far as your remarks are personal to I
yself, I return my sincere thanks and a
sure you that I shall never forget the
toc that some of the earliest and most
easant associations of my business life
sre formed here; my first case was in
.is court house, and here I formed
me of the dearest friendships of my jee
>ung manhood, and some of~ the most
sting ties of my whole life. I thank
>u sincerely. a
ware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain'
mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell COn
d completely derange the whole system when no'
tering it through the mucous surfaces. Such ject
sicles should never be used except on prescrnp- isi
as from reputable physicians, as the damage law
ay will do is ten fold to the good you can pos
lyderive from them. Hall's C::tarrh Cure.
nufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. 0., -
itains no mercury, and is taken internally,
;ing directly upon the blood and mucous sur
:es of the system. In buying. Hall's Catarrh U
re be sure you get the genuine. It is taken
ernll. and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J.
ey&Co. Testimonials free.
, b Druggists, price 75c. per bottle.Jy
lals Family Pills are the best.
New York, May 4-Special to THE
ES:-Hearst has carried eight out of f
a Congressional districts in Chicago, v
is insures Illinois to Hearst by over
ielming majority. Illinois has been wil
::ured by Hearst despite opposition of efft
:al and State Democratic machines it 'l
sans Hearst if nominated would carry ad:
inois by 75.000 majority. , dre
M. F. IHMSEN. Pr<
Dne of the greatest blessings a mod- nil
Sman can wish for is a good, reliable ne:
of bowels, If you are not the happy o'c
ssessor of such an outfit you can cai
eatly improve the efficiency of those sai
ai have by the judicious use of Chamn- gra
clain's Stomch and Liver Tablets. G
Ley are pleasant to take and agreee- of
Sin efect. For sale by The R. B.
ryn,. DrgSe, Isaa M. Lry-, [
tor The Manin:: Times:
Jr. J. P. Coleman who has been vis
)g relatives in Columbia has return
Irs. J. P. Wells is visiting relatives
Florence. We hope some of her sis
s will come back with her.
Iessrs. J. P. Meehan and A. G.
ies spent Saturday night and Sunday
Irs. D. T. Wells is visiting relatives
t is reported that Alcolu will have a
didate in the coming primary. Look
fellows, Alcolu prepares a man to
ster almost anything, and we feel
e that this man's opponents will
;e a hard fight if they hope to defeat
Ulcolu, May 2.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
)ear Sir:' Over fifty years ago our
n began selling paint throughout the
ith: sales have continued uninter
)tedly, and ten times greater than
7 other brand of paint. Read the
'Have used the L. & M. Paint twen
years; houses painted with it eight
Lrs ago show better today than hous
painted with other paints within two
A. B. Edgell, Alachua, Fla.
'Have used all brands of paint. L.&
Pure Paint stands better, and wears
ger than any other paint I have ever
d in my ten years experience."
F. Smith, Painter, Concord, N. C.
'I painted Frankenburg Block with
& M. Paint; stands out as though
.nished. Actual cost was less than
20 per gallon."
W. B. Barr, Charleston, W. Va.
-I painted our oid homestead with L.
4. Paint twenty-six years ago. Not
nted since; looks better than houses
nted in the last four years with other
S. Scofield, Harris Springs, S.' C.
'Used the L. & M. Paint for sixteen
rs. Painted three houses with it
een years ago; they have not needed
J. E. Webb, Hickory, N. C.
LONGMAN & MARTINEZ.
'his celebrated paint is sold by The
B. Loryea Drug Store.
n.order that those members of Ear
Benbow Camp who may desire en
tainment at the Charleston re-union
idle of this month may be accommo
;ed. I request that the ::amp will
.d a meeting in the court house on
urday, May 14 1904, at 12 o'clock,
I beg Col Brailsford, vice-comman
Barnes and Adjutant Richbourg to
et with us. Col. Brailsford is mis
:en when he says that only six dol
s was given outside of two gentlemen
lading the town of Manning. I my
f with the assistance of friends
i ht tickets for a number and had
enough money when the train pull
out and gave that to a comrade who
oe the next day. No one was left for
n.t of funds. I beg that no one will
I that I am taking upon myself au
aity; it is by the requeft of many
xt I make this call.
D. J. BRADHAM.
Ve know all the sorrows of life by
ne, but very few of us have time to
end the christening of Joy.
newer gallons; wears Ionger; Devoe.
CLERK OF COURT.
IEREBY ANNOUNCE MYS'ELF A CAN
didate for Clerk of Court of Clarendon
inty, subject to the rules of the Democratic
nary. ARCHIE I. BARRON.
IEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for re-election to the offce of Clerk of
trt, subject to the rules of the primary.
) THE VOTERS OF CLARENDON CO.:
Upon the solicitations of triends I hereby
counce myself a candidate for the position of
rk of Court for Cl.arendon County, subject to
rules of the Democratic primary.
C. M. MASON.
LNNOUNCE MYSELF A CANDIDATE for
the offce of Clerk of Court Clarendon Coun
subject to the rules of the Democratic pri
ry. JAMES M. WINDHAM.
IEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for the offce of Clerk of Court, sub
to the rules of the Democratic party. My
tto shall be, Honesty, strict attention to bus
ts and straightforwr integrt.URES
IEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for ,Auditor Clarendon County. sub
to the rules of the Democratic primary.
W. J. TROUBLEFIELD.
IEREBY 'ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for Sheriff of Clarendon County, sub
to the rules of the Democrai pLrimary.
%NOUNCE MYSELF A CANDIDATE for
the offce of Sheriff, subject to the rules of
Democratic party. I was born and reared
;larendon and have always endeavored to be
'orthy citizen in private as well as public.
E. D. HODGE.
3EREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for Sheriff of Clarendon County. sub
o the rules of the Democratic primary.
S. J. CLARK.
BJECT TO THE RULES OF THE DEM
ocratic primary, I announce myself a candi
e for the offce of Sheriff of Clarendon
mty. E. B. GAMBLE.
3 THE 'DEMOCRATIC VOTERS: SUB.
jet to the rules of the Democratic party I
ounce myself a candidate for the office of
riff of Clarendon County.
E~. R. PLOWDEIN.
BJECT TO THE RULES OF THE DEM
ocratic primary I announce myself a candi
e fo re-election to the offce of Sheriff of
rendon County for the second term.
J. ELBERT DAVIS.
EREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN.
didate for County Supervisor, subject to the
as of the Democratic primary.CHOTN
IEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didte for Coroner of Clarenidon Countysub
to the rules of the Democratic primary.
R. J. AYCOCK.
ANNOUNCING MYSELF A CANDIDATE
for the offce of Coroner I solicit the votes of
Democrats in the coming primary, pledging
telf to abide the result of same.
S. L. STIDHAM.
3 THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF Clar
enon: Being confident or xny ability to
duct the offie of Coroner intelligently, an
ne myself a candidate for that offie, sub
o the rules of the Democratic party, prom.
g if elected to make a careful study of the
that I may render edicient service.
WILLIE D. YOUNG.
ATE OF SOUTH CAROL.INA,
County of Clarendon.
James Mi. Windham, Esq., Pro
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
HEREAS, Ellice Chavis mad'eI
suit to me to grant him lette~rs
of administration, with the
1 annexed, of the estate of and
cts of Preston Mashoe.
'hese are therefore to cite 4nd
nonish all and singular the i-in
d and creditors of the ; said
'ston Mashoe, deceased, that they
and appear before me, ini the
art of Probate, to be held at; Man
Lg, on the 20th day of: May
t, after publication thereof, at 11
lock in the forenoon, to show
se, if any they have, why the
1 administration should ,not be
'riven under my hand this 4th day
Eay, A. D. 1904.
JAMES lM. WIN~DHAM,
3-t] Jude of Probate.
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It is absolutely pure, contains no fusel oil, and is the only whiskey recognized by the
Government as a medicine. This is a guarantee.
CAUTION.-When you ask for Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey be sure you get the genuine.
Unscrupulous dealers, mindful of the excellence of this preparation, wil try to sell you c
imttosand malt whiskey substitutes, which are put en the market for profit only and
which, tar from relieving the sick, are positively harmful. Demand "Dully's" and he sore you
get It. It Is the only absolutely pure Malt Whiskey which contains medicinal, health giving
gualities. Daffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is sold in sealed bottles only; never in flask or bulk.
Loos for the trade-mark, the "Old Chemist," on the label, and be certain the seal over the cork
is unbroken. Beware of refiled bottles.
Sold by all drug and grocers, or direct, $1.00 a bottle. Medical booklet free.
Duffy Malt Whiskey ., Rochester, New York.
For Sale at All Dispensaries in South Carolina.
WALTER A. WOOD
1 .WING LOINS
ARE SOLD BY
W. T. P.. SPROTT
Parties wishing to buy can see the Machines
or get any repairs for same from the
DICKSON HARDWARE COMPANY,
MANNING, S. C.
Murray's Horehound Mullein and Tar is composed of
-the most effective remedies known for curing- coughs,
colds, la grippe, sore throat and all affections due to in
famned and Irritated condition of the air passages. It is
prompt in affordiing relief and certain in its effect of has
tening a cure.
HOREHIOUND, MU LLEIN
may be used to advantage in cases where other medicines
have failed. It is pleasant, purely vegetable and abso
lutely safe for old and young. Nothing else like it in all
the world. It should have a place in every house, ready
Iat hand when needed- Parents will find its effect magical
in cases of croup. It has remarkable virtue in controfl
ing the paroxysms of whooping cough.
Price 25c. Guaranteed satisfactory to every purchaser.
AT DRUG STORES:
Prepared by the Murray Drug Co..- Columbia, S. C.
~-Superior to all others .
it is sold everywhere
'MSSoN co. SAVANNAH GA. -
GONG AFE 'IT.
Now for a long, strong pull, boys, for our share of the sum
mer goods business.
We have the largest and best stock of seasonable merchandise
on our shelves and we have the best equipped storehouse in this
part of the State to show up our splendid line of goods.
Now it is up to us to get the business. 'All we ask our friends
to do is to call and look at our great line of goods and our low
prices and we feel sure we will get your order for summer goods.
Twenty Thousand Yards
of narrow Val. Laces at 3, 5, 8, 10, 15 and 20c yard, with Insert
ings to match. Those who are acquainted with the prevailing
styles know that Val. Laces occupy a prominent' place in getting :.
up nice, stylish summer dresses.
Our stock of Persian Lawns, French Lawns, Silk Mulls and
72-inch wide White Organdies is complete and our prices the low -
est, with all kinds of White Ribbons, Laces and Embroideries for .
getting nice commencement dresses.
Five Thousand Yards
of nice White India Lawns, in all prices, from 5 to to 30c per yard
It will astonish you to see our great line of 10c India Lawns.
It will be hard Tor you to ever match this line of goods at 12c but'a
you get ours as long as they last for 10c.
This is the season of. the year when every lady who pa's any
attention to dress must get a new corset.
Our stock of Corsets is the largest to be found in this town
Any style Corset you need, we have it. hr
Our line of. 50c Corsets is the stronges we have ever ire
sented. Also a very full line of $1 Corsets in all the lea n~f
styles, ingluding those styles.with the hose supporter attachment
We are having, a special big run on young ladies' -Shift Waist
Corsets, in both 50c ad- $1 values. Y
Umbrellas aild Parasols. 7
We cannot close this Ad. without telling -you something a
our great line of Parasols and Sun Umbrellas.
We are running off a special lot of Ladies' Silk Umbrella& r
only $1. . It will pay you to see these.
Also a nice line of Sui Umbrellas for Gent's and Ladieso
506 to $2.50...',
It is useless for us to mention the merits of our nilmery De
partment, for it is well known to the ladies that we carry the
est stock and our prices are always the lowest.
We wish to call special ttention in this department to
values we are offering in Remnant'Ribbons,'and also du~
values in $1.25 and $1.50 Trimmed Hats.
Our Remnant Ribbons -are very cheap .
W E. jENKINO:
SEA STER A ASS5ER:
* And we havre had a nice business; but 'you hive not bough al
* that you will need, for spring 1and' summer yet:- We still. ha've~ e
lots of good thing in Dress Goods" We bought gll of cournc mee'
Sspring shades in Dress Pattens no twoalie. .. -
O ur Black Voil Skirtings are anl of the latest weaves-50eZ5
S1, $125 and $1.50 the yard
. We carry one of the'strongest lines of Black :ress 4oods t
9be found in Manning.
*r io Our.:White Goods.
Ar l fthe latest weaves.
@ Fiftypieces India Linen, h t kind, 6te;10'idSe2
kid. 1c 25e kind, 15c.
iYou can find all of the new things in White Figured Waist-_
ng.Also White Organdies and Naimsooks.
9 HATS, HATS.
S We are showing all new goods in that line. We carrynot1
~'ing from last season. -
9 Our Straw Hats are all nobby styles, and if you don'teare t~
9wear a straw hat you can .get anything new and stylish in the
9We carry the John B Stetson Hats in. the very newest
9 'OSS 18$',.0
9 c ls rs o' ltii
9 We ca.i th$tu n lm h lreadsalnfc
9 yo'a indayhn yo.ati9pt-at ltigi u
Hamion-Bro os &u~wa allOth. We avthem~
9f ho sor thel r d saso ntall.,adwefe ae nsy
Wen ii hae bes seay-o-warating ays bthwe market toay. eac
da oow you ayhaveouh ofuyge yodrwEste stock so,
9cmehne and e ssur you tehav e wllgit youth westyl n
prceo altinsult considered. Cm n e s
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