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MANNING, S. C., FEB. 15, 1905.
Publishes All County and Town Of
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MUST be in
this office by Saturday Noon in order to
insure publication the following week.
Our Great Bargain Sale Values.
Two hundred boxes of Tobacco at $3.
$3.25, 83.50 and $4 per box of 10 pounds.
Twenty-five dozen nice Cane Seat
Chairs at 60c each.
Twenty-five dozen best High Back
Cane Se'at Dining Chairs at 80c each,
One hundred best Denim Overalls at
45c per pair, sold everywhere at 50c.
The greatest values in White Waist
ings at 10c the yard ever seen in Man
One thousand yards of Apron Check
Ginghams at 5c yard.
Advance spring styles in Street Hats
now on sale in our Millinery depart
Ladies' new style Neckwear on sale
in Millinery department.
One of the grandest displays of early
spring Hosiery ever seen in Manning is
now on show in our front show windows.
Two hundred boxes of Tobacco on
sale at from $3 to 84 per box of 10 lbs.
If you need tobacc for farm use see
what Jenkinson can do for you at $3 per
Early spring Ginghams and Percales
for dresses and wrappers at very low
prices at our store.
A full line of spring Clothing, Hats,
Neckties, Collars and Cuffs and a full
line of Gent's fine tailor-made Pants on
sale at our great store.
W. E. JENKINSON CO.
Eon. C. M. Davis spent last Monday
The Legislature will adjourn Satur
day. Pay stops.
Mr. Walter D. Epperson of Pinewood
is in town attending court.
Miss Bertha Davis, Summerton, is
visiting her sister in Manning.
Miss Olivia Ingram has returned
home, after a visit to friends in Sumter.
Mrs. D. Hirschmann has left for New
York to purchase her spring stock of
The Oil Mill ginnery will be operated
for the remainder of the season on Sat
Dr. Will Pressley, of Rock Hill, is in
Manning today, visiting his aunt, Mrs.
F. N. Wilson.
Rev. L. L. Bedenbaugh will preach
at Paxville the third Snnday at 3:30 p.
m. instead of 11 a. m.
That was a gay sky-larking set out
last night, making Valentine visits.
Where were the police?
Mr. Jerome P. Chase, Jr. of Florence
spent last Saturday in Mannig with
his uncle Mr. J. W. McLeod. -
Mr. Willie Cooper, son of- Frank C.
Cooper. has been promoted to the posi
tions of soliciting agent for the A. C. L.
Married this afternoon at Jordan
Miss Pauline Davis, a daughter of Sen
ator C. M. Davis and Prof. M. D.
The Summerton lodge of Free Ma
sons raised three new members last
Monday night,.and celebrated the event
Married near Davis Station last Sun
day afternoon, at the residence of the
bride's parents, Mr. R. D. Thames and
Miss Rosa Childers.
Died last Monday night, near Sum
merton, Mr. W. E. Richbourg, aged
about 55 years. The deceased was one
of Clarendon's best citizens.
There are a number fromithis place
contemlating a trip to Washington
next m5nth to see the President in
augurated. The round trip is about
The use of fertilizers in this county
will be reduced over 25 per cent this
year. There seems to be a general
sentiment to curtail production of cot
The first quarterly conference for
Pinewood Circuit will be held at An
drew Chapel Feb.18 and 19. Rev. H.
B. Browne will preach both days at
11 a. m.
The Woman's Christian Temperance
Union will meet at the home of Mrs.
Joseph Sprott Monday afternoon, Feb
ruary 22, at 4:30 o'clock. A large at
tendance is requested.
Married at the home of the bride in
Manning, February 9th., Mr. 3. H.
Orvin of Charleston and Miss Virginia
K. Galluchat. The Ceremony was
performed by Rev. J. M. Holladay.
Mr. T. P. Cuttino, who for sometime
has been at Spartanburg, was here a
a few days with his friends who were
pleased to see him looking robust as a
ountaineer, after having been an ex
tremelv ill man.
We would be glad when subscribers
want their paper changed to another
post office, they will when making tpie
request say what post office the paper
is being sent to. This will save us the
trouble of searching the mailing lists.
The local farmers club failed to have
a regnlar meeting last Saturday, but
the few who came together requested
the following to represent the club at
the convention next Saturday: Messrs.
.. M. Galloway, J. F. Bradham, J. C.
Barrett, A. P; Burgess and Louis
. C. Strauss, Esq., of the Sumter bar,
and Mr. J. W. Shealor, manager of the
Sumter Telephone Company were im
Manning yesterday to confer with the
local telephone company about giving
Manning telephone connection with
Sumter. The probability is we will
soon have the needed connection.
We have been asked recently what
has become of the Summerton electric
railway? Railways cannot be built mn a
day and we must give the projectors
ttime to receive the proper encourage
ment before they begin the important
undertaking. The men interested in
he enterprise mean business and will
some day build the road. But it W11l
The News and Courier's correspon
dent from St. Matthews has the follow
ing complimentary notice of Mr. J. H.
Loryea, eldest son of Mr. A. Loryea o1
*At the last meeting of Tyler Lodge,
A. F. M., Mr. J. H. Loryea was pre
sented with one of the handsomest
Pastmasters jewels ever seen in thi
town for eminent services to the Lodge
in giving his time and money."
A petition is in circulation asking th4
Carendon delegation in the legislatur
to have this county exempt from the
public cotton weighing system.A
number of farmers were much displeas
ed with the practical operation of the
system here at first, but after th<
weigher got accustomed to the worn
the complaints ceased, but now tha
hey are wanting the public weighmn
system done a way with indicates tha
interested influences are at work t<
retur t the old system.
At Pinewood last Saturday, under
the call to elect delegates to the Cotton
Convention which assembles in Man
ning next Saturday, Hon. H. B. Rich
ardson read the call, Dr. P. M. Salley
was chairman, and Messrs. R. C. Rich
ardson, Jr., P. H. Broughton, and Jno.
J. Broughton were elected delezates.
The delegates were instructed to ad
vocate a reduction of 25 per cent in
acreage and fertilizers the commni
"Old Folks" Bibles, big bold print.
for dim eyes, long wanted. a reguiar
$2.00 book. Type as in a family Bible,
yet handy size to use. sent on receipt
of $1.00. H. W. Finlayson. 450 Broad
way, New York, N. Y.
Died at his home near New Zion last
Friday morning Mr. R. Sidney Flem
ing. a~ged about 48 years. The funeral
took place Saturday at New Zion
church. The deceased was a citizen
any community could be proud of, high
toned, jovial, neighborly and public
spirited, devoted to his family, friends
and the community in which he lived.
He was a member of the Woodmen of
the World, and Knights of Pythias.
His life's career ended in the high re
gard of a host of acquaintances.
The Murray's Horehound, Mullein
and Tar and stop coughing. 25c. for
large bottle. Your druggist or Mur
ray Drug Co., Columbia, S. C.
Our correspondent at New Zion "B,"
sends us a communication which we
think he has written under a misappre
hension. The article replies- to Mr.
Sublett's appeal to the farmers. mer
chants-and bankers to work together,
and the reference to. "traitors" and
"Benedict Arnold" is not used in the
sense that "B" has construed it, we
left it out last week because of the
crowded conditions of our columns, but
we publish it this week, because we
want to help arouse the farmers to their
' A Touching Story.
is the saving from death of the baby
girl of Geo. A. Eyler, Cumberland, Md.
He writes: "At the age of 11 months
our little girl was in declining health,
with serious throat trouble, and two
physicians gave her up. We were al
most in dispair. when we resolved to
try Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, coughs, and colds. The first
bottle gave relief: after taking four
bottles she was cured, and is now in
perfect health." Never fails to relieve
and cure a cough or cold. At The R. B.
Loryea Drug store: 50c. and 81.00,
gauaranteed. Trial bottles free.
' It will be of interest to the public to
learn something of the inside history
of the recent recommendation of our
delegation with regard to county com
missionership. There is a wee bit of a
rumor that all is not serene with the
delegation, and that a warm controver
sy took place between the Senator and
one of the members of the lower House.
We would like to know whether it was
"Betsy" or "I" who "killed the ba'ar."
At any rate the manipulation in this
matter if reports be true, only shows
what queer freaks politics will play
when ambition is seeking.
The Best Physic.
When you want a physic that is mild
and gentle, easy to take and certain to
act, always use Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets. Sold by The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea,
Manning is to have a new industry in
the nature of a "Bottling Works." Mr,
E. D. Witherspoon,of Sumter.was here
esterday and effected an arrangement
bv which a building is to be erected
fr him at once on a lot belonging to
Thomas & Bradham, and he thinks he
will be in operation about the 15th of
March. This concern will manufacture
and bottle, soda water, ginger ale,
celery cola, and other light drinks,
to supply the local demand and the
trade generally. We welcome Mr.
Witherspoon an'd his industry to our
town, and wish for him succese.
Make your druggist give you Mur
ray's Horehound,'-Mullein and Tar.
Cures your cough. 25c. a bottle.
A very sad accident happened yes
terday morning on the "Appelt Mill
place" about eight miles northeast of
Manning, to a seven-year-old son of
Mr. W. W. Thomas, who recently
moved to this county from Cades. ..A
gun was leaning against Mr. Thomas'
house, when the little boy in some way
came in contact with it and caused the
gun to discharge; the load went into
one of his legs, and he never recovered
from the shock. The little fellow ling
ered until late in the afternoon and
died. The body was taken to Mr.
Thomas' former home today for burial.
. gexperienced farmer
has learned that some
grains require fai ifer
ent soil than others ;
some crops need differ
enthandling than others.
He knows that a great
deal depends upon right
planting at the right
time, and that the soil
must be kept enriched.
No use of complaining
in summer about amis
take made in the spring.
Decide before the seed
Wie best time to reme
dy wasting conditions in
the human body is be
fore the evil is too deep
rooted. At the first evi
dence of loss of flesh
should be taken imme
diately. There is noth
ing that will r ep a ir
wasted t is s ue more
quickly or replace lost
flesh more abundantly
than Scott's Emulsion.
It nourishes and builds
up the body when ordi
nary f oo ds absolutely
We ~1ff seid you a sampic free.
Be sure that this
picture in the form
- of a abel is onthe
wrapper of every
bottle of Emulsion
ISCO T T (
j .409 Pearl Street
-~ NEW YORK
) 5Soc and $s;
Thu February term opened here last
Monday morning, with His Honor
Judge .T. C. Klugh. presiding. Solici
tor J. S. Wilson. and Stenographer
Robert Lathan at their posts. Captain
1. 1 Bagnal was chosen foreman of the
grand jury. His Honor's charge to the
grand jury was clear and exDlicit with
r-egard to the duties of the jury. The
following true bills were brought in:
Riley Mitchum, resisting an officer,
and assault and battery with intent to
Stephen [-ough, grand larceny.
Octar Peters, assault and battery
with intent to kill.
James Oliver and Bunyan Sweat.
housebreaking and larceny.
Jasper Thomas, murder.
David Connors and .lmi Cuningiam.
Ed. Mack, murder.
Eugene Richbourg, murder.
In the case of Louisa Nelson, charged
with assault and battery of a high and
aggravated nature. no bill: also no bill
in the case against Preston Sanders.
for violatiou of the dispensary law.
The first case tried was against Ste
phen F. Hough. a good looking white
lad, who plead guilty to having stolen
a watch. He was sentenced to 6 months
on the chaingang.
The next case was against J. W, Gib
son, charged with making an assault
with intent to kill William, alias Du
der James, the butcher, but the jury
returned a verdict of not guilty.
The trial of Riley Mitchum for re
sisting and assaulting Policeman S. J.
Clark, was tried in his absence. The
testimonv showed that Policeman Clark
in attempting to arrest Mitchum for
using vile and obscene language in the
town of Manning, was cut with a knife,
and had it not been for the policeman's
pistol the wound would have been
serious, if not fatal. The jury render
ed a verdict of guilty of assault -and
resisting an officer--sealed sentence.
The next case charges James Oliver
and Bunyan Sweat with breaking into
the house of William Jordan's store.
Sweat had not been arrested and Oli
ver was tried by himself-not guilty.
All of the pa-ties charged with mur
der were formerly arraigned,' and
strangely coincident is it, that all of
defendants are mulattoes.
Jasper Thomas was tried and ac
quitted of murder.
The court is now engaged with the
trial of Jim Cunningham charged with
To His Honor J. C. Klugh Judge Pre
We report that we have considered
and passed upon all bills of indictment
We have appointed the following
committees to report at the next term
of court: T. I. Bagnal, A. C. Bradham,
and C. F. Jenkinson. to examine the
W. E. Keels, J. C. Graham, J. P.
Poole and A A. Broadway, to look
after the chaingang.
A. P. Burgess, J. 1. Barwick and
A. G. Aultman to confer with the coun
ty board of education on educational
. We have examined bonds of all coun
ty officers and find them safe and
We visited the jail and found it in
good condition and well kept.
We recommend that the county
board of commissioners look into the
building of a new court house, as we
deem all repairs to the present one a
loss to the county.
We present J. E. Johnson for wife
beating on December 5th, 1904. and
give Mrs. M. L. Johnson as a witness
to prove the same.
We thank your Honor the clear and
comprehensive charge given, and cour
tesies shown us.
All the above is respectfully submit
ted by the grand jury.
I. I. BAGNAL,
Lecter to Mutual Dry Goods Co.
Dear Sirs: Clothing is just like paint;
It fits or it don't fit; it wears or it don't;
turns weather and water or not: and
goes out of fashion.
What do we wear clothes for? Did
you ever think of it? Different persons
ave different reasons, no doubt, but
one paints Devoe for beauty, to be in
the fashion, and keep-out water.
Fashion says paint; we all paint.
I'here is beauty in paint; we paint a
good deal for that. And building are
ostly and fashionable; put on a water
proof two or three coats of paint, and
your buildings last as long as you keep
them dry. It costs nothing to paint; it
osts your buildings not to.
Devoe is the paint that lasts; disap
pointing paints are the paints that cost.
27 F.W. DEVOE & Co.
P. S. Manning Hard ware Co. sell our
Second Week Jury.
L K Howle, Manning.
R J Coskrey, Summerton.
F 0 Martin, Summerton.
H B Bateman, Paxville.
Sam J Minis, Seloc.
R R Billups, Jr., Summerton.
J Pope Moore, Manning.
W H Baker, New Zion.
George M June, Manning.
W P Roberts, Foreston.
J J Broughton, Pinewood.
S P Holladay, Jr., Silver.
S G Griffin, Pinewood.
W M Ridgeway, Manning.
J C Johnson, Manning.
A W Laneau, Manning.
J L Green, Turbeville.
W E Mellette, Davis Station. .
J W Driggers, Alcolu.
H A Tisdale, Summerton.
H S Dollard, Manning.
J1 M Brailsford. Sr., Silver.
E S Piowden, Foreston.
J D Pack, Paxville.
D E White, Manning.
JT P Winter, Manning.
S E Ingram, Manning.
Richard Smyth, Summerton.
J H Galloway, Paxville.
M B Hudnal, Manning.
S L Krasnoff, Manning.
T P Brown, Paxville.
T F Coffey. Manning.
V S Evans. Workman. .
S B R Davis. Manning.
Jf Walton Thiames, Manning.
No Gloss Carriage Paint Mdade
will wear as long as Devoe's. No others
are as heavy bodied, because Devo's
weigh 3 to S ounces more to the pint.
Sold by the Manning Hardware Co.
A Strong Appeal.
Editor The Manning Times:
An Appeal to the Farmers, Merchants
Since the New, Orleans conventiot
there has been a strong advance in the
price of cotton, until there is a gain o:
13,000000 on the cotton now in thi
ands of the produ'cers. Will this gair
continue until the enormous sum o
$10,000000 is reached? Yes, and it wil
be reached by June. One time in th
history of the farmer he is willing t<
reduce acreage and furtilizers and holi
cotton until the price is reached. His
motto is do or die: The fight is on, bu
no little .fight is it, but one hard anc
determined. The greatest the com
mercially or financially. It is a figh
for life, for home, for wives, for chil
dren. 'Let there be no faint hearts
Let there be no traitors in the campr
He who will not join in this fight is
Benedict Arnold: Mark the man whi
refuses to join this fight and count hit
as an enemy. Let every man in ever;
township in every county join handi
hand and shoulder to shoulder unti
this whole State and every State in thi
South is thoroughly organized, thel
victory is sure to conie.
A Fine Suggestion.
Editor The Manning Times:
It was a pleasure to me to read in
your paper of last week that the chil
dren of the late Mrs. Hannah Levi
would give $1,000 for a library, to be
used by the children of the public
school and the people of the commun
ity, as a memorial to their mother. The
public should appreciate very much
this benefit, and we could wish that
more would use money for the public
good than locking it up in costly shaft!
This memorial fund can be used to;
great advantage and benefit to the
community. It seems to me that the
appreciation of the people should be;
shown in a substantial way. If as much
as even $100 a year could be added to
the proceeds of this fund the public
would appreciate the gift more than if
it costs them nothing. Since the library
is for the public this additional income
should properly be met by an appropri
ation from the taxes paid by the public.
It seems to me that there should be a
separate building on the school grounds
of modest appearance and dimensions,
and there should be a librarian who is
paid a salary and held responsible for
the right conduct of the library, etc.
$50.00 a year, possibly, would secure
the services of a competent person who
would open the library at stated times
and discharge the duties of a librarian.
By using the income from the fund and
the balance of the yearly appropriation
a goodly number of books can be added
each year. By application to our repre
sentative in Congress all the publica
tions of the government can be had.
Interested individuals would add to the
number of books and periodicals. And
I have no doubt but that from time to
time our public spirited citizens will
aid the cause if convinced that the
library is doing good work-that it is
really a public benefit. I have no doubt
but that the library can be, and will be
of great benefit to the public.
J. M. HOLLADAY.
Bixby. N. C.-I know that Lee's
Remedy is the best I ever tried. I
think it a God-sent remedy in my home
I have been troubled with headache
from a child, but Lee's Headacee Rem
edy is the best of all. So will say to my
headache sufferers, "try this great
remedy aod be convinced."
MRS. T. C. ALLEN.
Sold by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
For Coughs-at your druggists or
direct from Murray Drug Co., Colum
bia. S. C.-"Murray's Horehound, Mul
lein and Tar, 25c. for large size bottle.
New Zion Dots.
Special to The Manning Times.
Miss Selma Burgess spent last Satur
day and Sunday in Williamsburg.
Mrs. B. has again been reading the
advertisements in THE TIMES and she
is to go to Manning shopping.I hope she
will put it off until spring, but I am
afraid she will not withstand the tempt
ing offers some of the merchants are
offering. If she will go I hope she will
stay away from the lace and embroid
ery counters of the Mutual, Till, Jenk
inson and Rigby. All of these concerns
are death to a poor man's pocketbook.
AU the women over here riad the ad
vertisements in THE TIMES. They look
upon the advertisements in THE TIMES
as being thoroughly reliable. I heard
one say that her "sole purchasing guide
was THE MANNING TIMES." Iam glad
the~merchants of that town realize the
value of your paper, for it is truly the
peoples' paper, and I think that the
proportion of readers in this section is
not less than ten to one of all other
newspapers. There has been efforts
made to break into THE TIEES' pat
ronage over here, but it did not suc
ceed, and only strengthened the hold of
the paper in this community.
A young Turbeville chap was seen
loitering about here last Sunday
and it is rumored he has an "intended"
here, but if he values the pipe he
smokes he must not loan it to the old
What has become of "John Slab?"
we all want to hear from him, for he
gives us one-gallus farmers good advice
Farmers, hold your -cotton, live hard
and practice economy. I think it would
be best to let the Bulls rest for awhile.
For Coughs-Murray's Horehound,
Mullein and Tar. 25c for large bottle.
The Furniture Man, Levi Block. [tf
Two (2) Druggists at The Prescrip
tion Drug Store, Capers & Co., Prop's.
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Several hundred Vacine Points now
at Dr. W. E. Brown & Co's drug store
Rice Flour, Wheat Bran, Ship Stuff
Corn, Seed Oats, feed Oats and Tim
othy Hay. Legg & Hutchinson.
To Rent-The Manning Hotel. Loca
tion excellent. Patronage good. Apply
to W~on & DuRant, Manning, S. C.
Wanted-A position as clerk in store
or some place of business. For infor
mation address X Y Z, New Zion, S. C.
Watch Krasnoff's during the months
of January and February for some
startling news. [tf
For Rent-Sixty acres of good farm
ing lands, part of the estate of John S.
Cole. Apply to Dr. J. A. Cole. Man
ning, S. C. [tf
Again we have some big bargains
in second hand Buggies, Carriages and
Harness-cash or good notes. Legg &
Wanted-Several good families to
work in Sumter Cotton Mills. Steady
work, good wages. D. JAS. WINN,
Watch Krasnoff's during the months
of January and February for some
startling ne ws. [tf
Plant Wood's tested and true Wheat
Seed. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Wanted-All parties coming to town
with horses and mules, to hitch and feed
at Youmans & Griffin's Hitch and Feed
Stable, at R. L. Bell's old stand. [tf
Don't fail to be Vaccinated. Several
hundred fresh Vacine Points from the
most reliable manufacturers now at the
drug Store of Dr. WV. E. Brown & Co.
A pretty line of new Top and Open
Buggies, Single and Double Harness,
Riding Saddles and Winter Lap Robes
at Legg & Hutchinson's Livery. Feed
and Sale Stables.
For Rent-J. D. Alsbrook has a neat
five room cottage and one horse farm,
one and a half miles from the graded
school, he would like to rent to a suita
ble tenant. Also a cottage iu town for
For Rent-The Wolfe house, near
center of town. apply lo Mrs. Lucile
Fladger, Summerton, S. C.
Cabbage Plants-Sure headers, just
the thing for early gardens; grown in
the open air, will stand great cold.
The celebrated Charleston Wakefield
variety and five others. They are guar
anteed to give satisfaction. Price. $1.50
per thousand in small lots; lots over
five thousand $1.25. Special prices on
over ten thousand. Express rates cheap
to all points. Send in orders to E. L.
with Violets, for chaps and rough skin, 15e.]
For sale at
RHAME'S DRUG STORE.
for the bath and toilet is verv refreshing. Price
10c per bottle at
RHAME'S DRUG STORE.
Orders taken for all kinds of Field Seed, by
RHAME'S DRUG STORE.
NEW LINE OF
Fine China & Cut Glass
For Wedding and Holiday Presents, for sale at
Rhame's Drug Store,
SUIVMMERTON, S. C.
D O RTHAME Proprietor of Rhame's
.i. 11 IL..5. Drug Store, is a li
censed Druggist and a member of the State Phar
maceutical Association, with eighteen (18) years'
CONTINUOUS experience compounding p':escrip
tions. Furt1er comment is unnecessary.
ITo Your Wants.
We have plazed on sale one case of 2,500 yards
Sof yard-wide Percales, beautiful spring styles, some
of them will count 84x84 and none below the 76
count, at the phenomenally low price of.
5C. the yard.
Come early and match you up some of these
goods. Will make excellent shirt waists, house
dresses, etc. Just think for a moment, that you can
~get awhole shirt waist and it will only cost you 10c
Sfrom these goods.
Let us insist that you come here to get your
Embroideries and Laces, 5c, 10c. 1 5c and 25c. The
~greatest numbers for the price in Manning.
S We want you to keep our complete line of Shoes
in mind and remember that we are always aiming to
Ssell you the best shoes that money and experience
can buy. Shoes for everybody, men, women and
children at the lowest possible figures.
If y ou are thinking of getting that Spring Suit, now
Scoine in and see our beautiful spring samples from
M. Born & Co., the greatest merchant tailors in the
world. A fit guaranteed or your money back.
i MUTAL DRY GOODS COMPANY I
TH F oASHIOT N CERN T RE.
rices : Get Our Quality
Read this over carefully and see if it won't pay%
you to visit our store while we are offering such big
Bargains as the following:
Ten-cent Embroidery only 5e yard; 15e Embroidery 74e yard;
20c Embroidery 10c yard; 2.5z Embroidery 124c yard; 30e Em- -
o broidery 15e yard.
Yard-wide Bleach, good quality, only 5c yard.
.-Androscog2in Bleach, yard-wide, just Sie yard.
Fruit of the Loom Bleach, yard-wide, for 8-.e yard. -~
. All 10-cent Outings 8e yard. 3
WI Fine quality Calicoes only 4+c yard.
Yard-wide Pereales, fast colors. 12je kinp, now 9e yard.
One pair good heavy Blankets only Si the pair.
One pair heavy Blankets, 11-4, formerly S1.50. now $1.25.
One heavy full-sized Comfort 75e.
)All 1.25 Comforts now 85c.
All our $2.25 and'S2.50 Comforts now $1.95.
To see our White Bedspreads is to buy. We can give you
better prices on these than you can possibly get anywhere.else.
Pillow Cases, large, full-sized and excellent quality, only 15e.
Come and let us name you prices on 10-4 Sheeting, both
bleached and unbleached.
5 Just a Word About Skirts.
We have left a few of the best Tailor made Skirts ever shown.
- in Manning that you can have for actual cost.
Also some very pretty things in heavy Skirt Goods at prices -
that can't be duplicated elsewhere.
Some big bar gains in Ladies' Block Petticoats; well made
and good quality. S1, $1.25, etc.
Remember all goods that look wintry are going strictly at -
COST and for the cash only.
BPI- We have exclusive control of the celebrated
C in Manning-swell Shoes made in all leathers and styles. If you
suffer with cold feet try HAMILTON-BROWNShoes.
The best Clothing in America today is the famous
Schloss Bro.s' Brand,
D and that is the Clothing we sell-SCHLOSS BRO.S'. Try us fo
Ring us up and give us your order for
Ehey will be delivered promptly.
Yours for bargains.
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