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MIANNING, S. C., .1 UILY 26, 19I05.
Publishes All County and Town Of
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MsT be in
this oflice by Saturday Noon in order to
insure publication the following week.
On account of closing oul .tore :or
the farmuers' picnic at Tiudal's mil! on
Thursday. we ill extend tho time of
closin our zale to :-Saturday night.
July 29th. instead of .si ngi on Friday
This has been the most successful
sale ever held in our town and we still
have stocks of goods on haud at Mill
and Factory Prices.
W. E. .JENKINSON CO.
Cotton Growers pienic tomorrow.
M1r. I. C. Ingran of Dillon spent Sun
day in town.
Mr. David Levi and family are at the
Isle of Palms.
Mr. S. R. Venning has returned from
Mr. S. H. Bradhan left Monday for
Mr. W. J. Bradhan left, last Monday
for Glenn Springs.
Col. C. M. Mason of Foreston was in
Mrs. Dr. A. Weinberg has returned
to her home in Camden.
Mr. J. C. Jordan of Sumter is visit
ing friends near Manning.
Miss Bessie Salley of Orangeburg is
visiting Miss Clara Harvin.
Capt. W. C. Davis and wife are so
journing at Hot Springs, Ark.
Mr. J. M. Galloway has returned
home from a visit to Darlington.
The young folks enjoyed a dance in
Institute hall last Thursday evening.
Miss Kate ingram is back in Man
ning after visiting friends in Summer
Manning defeated Black River last
Friday in a game of ball by a score of
11 to 10.
Mr. WV. G. King and family left yes
ter-day for Glenn Springs and other
Miss3 Eima Mayes of Mayesville is in
Mamning visiting her schoolmate Miss
Mr. WV. F. Lyon of Durham, N. C.,
the well-known tobacco buyer. is here
ready to do business.
M~iss Fannie Davis has returned home
from Clemson College, where she has
been attending the teachers' institute.
Dr. .J. A. Cole returned home yester
day from White Stone springs where
he went to attend the dental associa
We learn that Mr. E. 0. Ingram of
Sumter will represent Sprunt in Man
ning this fall. Mr. WV. T. Sellers goes
The value of newspaper advertising
is demonstrated in the large sales made
by the WV. E. Jenkinson Company the
past several days.
The lightning yesterday struck sev
eral places about town, and the shock
stunned a colored girl the daughter of
The cotton warehouse committee
must not let the warehouse matter lag.
Manning must have a regulation ware
house here this season.
Misses Hattie Toney, Pauline Pesch
man of Johnston. and Miss Minnme Cur
tis of Paxville paid THE TIMES ofice a
pleasant visit last Monday.
Mr. C. R. Harvin, .lr., left last Sat
urday for Walterboro, where he ex
pects to accept the position as superin
tendent of the oil mill there.
Died last Saturday morning at his
home near Beulah, Mr. John Truluck
one of the most prominent ar.d progres
sive citizens of that section.
THE TIMES oftice has just received
its handsome new Fairbanks-Morse Co.
engine, which will give us more and
better power to run our machinery.
Quite a party of Manningites will
leave about the middle of next month
for Oklahoma where they go to the end
of a rainbow in searc)1 of a bag of gold.
The dwelling and barns of Mr. A.
Plumer Burgess at Summerton were
<estroyed by fire last Monday. The
ropert-y we are told was partially
We regret to learn that Mr. Bruce
DesChamps of Pinewood is quite sick.
On the advice of physicians he goes to
the springs. His brother Hon. R. S.
DesChamps will accompany him.
When you want a pleasant laxative
that is ,easy to take and certain to act.
use Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
tablets. For sale by ~he R. B. Loryea
Drug Store, Isaae M. Loryea, Prop.
Mr. Elston Rtidgeway brought us this
morning a specimen of cotton that iu
being eaten by the boll weevil. He
says the fields in his neighborhood are
infested with these destroying insects.
Rev. A. N. Brunson preached a very
effective and practical sermon last Sun
day morning on the evils of the day,
which embraced. commercial greed,
intemperance and other attending de
Where are you sick- Headache, foul
tongue, no appetite, lack energy, pain
in your stomach, constipation? Hollis
ters Rocky Mountain Tea will make
you well and keep you well. 35 cents.
'r. WV. E. Brown cc Co.
Mr. Thomas E. Plowdeu of Calhoun
county, Georgia, is in Clarendon visit
in relatives and friends. Mr. Plow
den has been away from Clarendon for
forty years and his friends are twit
ting him with being here on a widow
Beautify your complexion with little
ost. If you wish a smooth, clear~cream
ike complexion, rosy cheeks, laughing
eyes take Hollister's Rocky Mountain
Tea, greatest beautifier known..
cets nr. WV. E. Brown & Co.
The necessary proofs of dcath in the
case of Ilbert Keith Dargan have en
siged )y Dr. ldwards of )arlinton,
to enable the beneficiarics to collect
the life insurance left by the deceased.
I t is said that. Mr. Dargan was insured
for over -50.000.
Not a cent wanted. unless you are
cured. If you are sick and ailin,. take
Aollister's Rockv Mountain Tea. A
great blessing to the human family.
Makes you well -keeps you well.
cntS. Tea or Tablets. Dr: W. I Brown
The county Supervisor has leScd
Carendon's convicts to sumter county.
Supervisor owens wolhd have had four
convicts to turn over to Supervisor
Seals had it not heen for the escape of
two last week, ai i is he had only' two
conviets left to lire out.
.\bout 20.000 pounds tobacco was sold
here yesterday on the Clark tobacco
warchouse floors, at prices ranging
from three to ten cents per pound. Mr.
Clark is very much gratifled with his
;Irst break, and those who sold tobacco
were pleased with the prices. A hig
lot was also sold today.
Mr. C. W. Pickering who has been a
most faithful clerk in the Manning
postofiee foe the past two years is go
ing to move to Salleys. Aiken county,
where he will engage in the mercantile
business with his uncle. Mrr. Picker
ing will be succeeded in the postollice
by Mr. Frank Mothett. and will begin
Again we would direct.the attention
of those in authority to the need of bet
ter heating facilities in the school
house. It will not do to wait until the
session has begun before the work is
looked after. Last winter the heating
conditions were not only annoying but
absolutely dangerous. The trustees or
town council should take up this matter
Our County Supervisor has at last.
adopted a wise course in hiring out to
another county the remnant of his
chain gang. It is a pity he did not do
this long ago. but it is better late than
never. Now that lie has gotten clear
of his convicts, he. will have no need
for guards. nor for his great big mules.
and a purchaser for the engine might
find a welcome and a bargain.
Died at her home in Lexington coun
tv. alout eight miles north of St.
't:. -ws. last Thursday 20th. nst..
Mrs. A. . . Geiger. aged 62 years The
deceased was the mother of Our fellow
citizens. Drs. C. B. and .1. F. Geiger.
Both of these sons attended the funeral
which took place at Sandy Run Luth
eran church of which the deceased had
been a faithful member from early
We would be greatly pleased to
secure a copy of a speech delivered by
us in the Senate in190K) on the d ispensary
question. At the request of a number
of people in and outside the State. we
had the speech printed in pamphlet
form and sent out as a supplement to
THE TImES. Some of our friends may
have kept one of these copies, and if
so, we should feel indebted if theywill
send it to us.
Jessie Nelson the escaped convict
from the Clarendon chaingang, who
was arrested in Sumter charge with at
an attempt to commit a heinous crime
was tried and convicted and sentenced
to 30 vears in the penitiary, the sen
tence to begin after the sentence which
he is now serviag on the chaingang
has expired. We do not know how it
will be with the Sumter gang, but if
Nelson was sent back to Clarendon.
there is no telling how soon he would
be getting away.
Thei.e will be no speeches tomorrow
at the picnic from men who were not
especially invited at the meeting of the
association to speak. N.' one is author
ized to extend invitations to speak at
this gathering. We call attention to
this because it has been intimated that
the friends of some men may call upon
them, as is frequently the case at pub
lic gatherings. The man who under
takes to make a speech on this occasion
without having been formally invited
by the association will be regarded as
n~ unwelcomed intruder.
We have often heard the expression,
"Give M1r. - a pencil and a piece of
paper and he will figure himself out of
hell if you give him time." In a con
versation with ex-Comptroller General
Derham, who has been investigating
Clarendon's books for some time. we
gathered it is his opinion that it is
all a mistake that Clarendon is in debt,
and we judge from what he said that
by the time he gets through he will
fi~nd that the commissioners, grand jury
and everybody else were mistaken in
supposing the'county to be in debt. Hie
did not tell us just when he had this
dream, but then he has not completed
The Picnic-No Politics.
The merchants of M~anning have
agreed to close their stores tomorrow
to go to the picnic at Tindall's Miill.
All of our merchants are taking an
active interest in the affairs of the as
sociation, and have manifested a desire
to help in every way.
There have been some p~eop~le who
were disposed to knock the pieni~c
movement, because they feared it
would be 'converted into a p)olitical
meeting. In fact. we have heard that
some men were declaring that the pic
nic was gotten up for the purpose of
booming a local man for political pref
erment. This is not true, there is ab
sorutelv uo foundation for such a state
ment. 'The president of the associa
tion. ;is well as those wh are assisting
him is trying to mnake the picnic a sue
ess. all are opposed to politics creeping
into this picnic and the gentlemen who
were invited to deliver speeches have
been informed that this picnic has no
political significance whatever.
At Dillon the committee in charge of
that picnic made a written request of
Senator 31cLaurin to speak on the dis
pensary question and lhe did so. We
think that committee sho~uld not have
made the request, but after they did.
there wvas nothing else for MicLaurin
to do but talk dispensary as he wvas
their guest. The committee in charge
of this picnic will not request any of
the gentlemen to malke speeches on any
subject outside of that which the cotton
growers association has to do. We
hope the attendance from this town
-ill be large, and we feel surec that
this gathering wvill be the largest ever
held in the county.
ILoyal to the Cause.
We. the undersigned merchants of
the Town of Mlanning, agree to close
our stores on Thursday, July 27th, to
let ourselves and emplovees attend the
Cotton Growers' Association Picnic at
The M~anning Gr-ocery Co.
The Rt. B. Loryea Drug Store. (Sun
Manning Hardware Company.
Krasnoff M~ercantile Company.
W. E. Brown & Co.. (Sunday hours.)
'. B. MIouzon & Co.
Levi M1ercauntie Company.
Dickson Hiardware o.
L. L. Wells~ & Co.
W. 31. Brockinton, \1. U).. 'unday
Mutual Dry Goods Co.
1. L. Well, (Barber)
C.3. MDavis& Co.
W. EI. Jenkinson Co.
f. H. Rigby.
WVaiker & Eichelberger.
1. T-h.;:-r.h mann.
Did You Attend the Beulah Picnic?
The annulpice (f Company II.
2;Ll! S. C. V.. came ofY at Beulah Cross
loads last, Saturcav and it was, we
think. the largest picnic we ever at.
tended. The crowd is variously est'i
mated at from three to five thousand:
the number was hard to get at because
they were scattered over the spacious
grounds. but it was a tremendous crowd
of good-humored men, women and chil
di-en. and those in charge did every
thing they could to see to it that none
went awaty dissatisfied.
We lef:. here on the regular morning
mail train, with quite a number of fel
low pilgrims. changed cars at Alcolu.
where through the generosity of Capt.
D. V. Alderman, a train was awaiting
to take us to Beulah. The trip over
the Alcolut railroad was surprisingly
pleasant. becausc we had an idea as the
road was comparatively new. it would
be very rough. but it was not. We had
comfortable passenger cars. and "Pa,"
as the peopie affeetionately call .1r.
Alderman. gave his personal attention
to looking after the comfort of the pas
sengers. who were made his guests on
this free excursion, and it seemed
to afford 'Ta" pleasure in seeing the
big crowd of people enjoy the
ride. At each of the stations, Harby's,
Duliant. Sardiuia. Gaible*s. Beard's.
Coles, all along where a stop was made
the train took on passengers until there
were about two hundred people on this
first passenger train to Mun into Beu
lah. In this connection we should men
tion that _Mr. A. H. Reese was the en
gineer and Mr. Forrest Collins was
conductor: both engineer and conduc
tor realized the full extent of their -c
sponsibility and were not lax in the
performance of their duties.
Arriving at Beulah we found an im
mense throng already gathered. and
froni the depot to the grounds we
walked through a solid mass of jolly
humanity. It. was a revelation to us
to see the progress this place had made
in the last few years: from a cross
roads where nothing stood but a church
Beulah has developed into a progress
ive business town with a magnificent
future. The place is surrotnded by a
grand country, fertile lands aad sturdy
people, and the coming in of a railroad
and the prospect of a cotton mill in the
near future. Beulah will soon be heard
from in the commercial world with no
About the center of a very large
piece of woods. near a grand flowing
well we found the air being filled with
the eloquence of Senator T. G. McLeod
of Bishopville. We reached there just
in time to hear 'Mr. McLeod close his
address with a beautiful peroration on
the valor of the soldiers of the Confed
eracy. but those who heard his entire
speech tell us that -Tom" was at his
best and did himself proud.
The meeting was presided over by
Mr. Joe Barrow, who was aided by Mr.
J. W. Hicks. They told us that several
gentlemen who were invited to deliver
addresses failed to appear with the ex
ception of Hon. T. G. McEeod, and that
it was necessary to press others into
service. Capt. D. J. Bradham was the
first called upon and the committee did
well in getting him. because if there is
any subject Captain Bradham loves to
talk about it is that of the Confederate
soldier. He presented a silk flag made
by the ladies. He spoke before our ar
rival and was followed by Mr. Mc
Leod. and he by Mr. Pete Humihrey,
whb laid stress on the fighting quali
ties of the Confederate soldier and com
nared him with the "Cubian soldier
vho fit in the Philippines," Mr. Hum
phrey also paid a glowing tribute to
the memory of Mr. John Truluck. who
was a leading spirit of that section, and
who died Saturday morning. At the
conclusion of Mr. Humphrey's speech
the writer was pressed into the speech
making service, and he was followed
by Dr. I. M. Woods who made a very
After the speaking dinner was an
nounced, and such a dinner-boxes and
trunks were gotten out and spreads
made under tne trees. Then came the
hospitality for which Salem is noted.
Those who had spreads went about
looking for those who came without
and it wvas -You eat with us,"- or "Old
fellow, my folks wsill be disappointed if
ou, don't' come.''- Go where you would
and there was a spread of everything
good to eat, and in immense quantities.
One of the noticeable features of these
dinners was the quantity of fried chick
en and home-cured hams,which showed
these people to be "home-livers."
They have their corn-cribs and smoke
houses at home and live as true farmers
should. When we speak of the charac
teristic Salem hospitality everybody
who has ever attended a public gather
ing in that section understands what it
means. It means that everybody fur
nishes of the very best and the most
plentiful, and .that they want their
guests to enjoy it.
All about on the grounds were lemn
onade, soda water and ice cream
stands, where these refreshments were
served, and in every direction after
dinner could be seen groups of people
enjoying the lucious water melon. The
day was spent meeting friends, renew
ing old acquaintances, making new
friends, and every body was made to
feel free and easy. There was some
hot blood there too, some boys got into
a dispute, and attempted to settle it by
an appeal to the fist, there were two or
th-ee of these little scraps but no harm
B3eulah is an ideal place for a big
pinic, it is situated near where the
lines of six counties come in. Claren
don. Sumter,. Lee, Williamsburg, Dart
inton~' and Flor-ence. and the vast mful
titude there was from these counties.
It was certainly a well managed affair,
and one which we enjoyed hugely.
We all had a good time at the picnic.
and enjoyed the ride on the Alcolu rail
road for which we feel under obliga
tions to Captain Alderman for his kind
ness and generous attentions, and to
Conductor- Collins and Engineer Reese
'for their taking such good care of those
they had in chat-ge. At another time
we 'will have something to say about
ur observations along this line of
ailroad, and( its probable' benelit to
A Debt We Owe to the Dead.
IAll those who hav-e paid for theiir
lots at the Mauning Cemetery will call
on Mr. Joseph Sprott at the Bank of
lanning and get then- deeds. Those
who have not yet paid, will please pay
Mr.lSdp-ott at once, and he will delti-er
All those whio have loved ones bur-ied
at the M\anning Cemeter-y arec recquest
ed to nmeet there on Tuesday, August
1st. or send someone in their places for
the purpose of cleaning up the ceme
tery. Wherec it is not pr-actical to go or
send, hand whatever you feel like giv
ing to Mr. Spr-ott at the Bank of Man
ning and said contribution will be tused
for i mpr-ovements on cemetei-v.
WV. E. JTENKINSON.
l'r-esident Cemetery Co.
Many a would-be poker- player makes
a mistake in his calling.
Half a loaf is sometimes bett er- than
io chance to loaf at all.
Ie is about the only thing that is
elly' what it's cracked up to be.
No woman can lace herself as tight
a:; man can drink himself.
A w'oman's tongue often spoils a lot
of nce sweet silence.
A woman may coax a nail. but she
anneveri drive one
W~omen is the fairest creature on
"arth---also the unfairest.
No woman is ever- as young as she
expects others to think she looks.
The drunkar-d for liquor goes to pr-ove
that familiarity doesn't always breed
c ontmfpt. -
The Furniture Man, Levi Block. tf]
Take it to B. T. Legg to have it done
righ t-you'll be pleased.
A line lot of Yellow Pine Lumber
for sale. A. L. Lesesne. Silver. S C.
For first-class repairing Legg's Car
riage Shop is the proper place.
Plant Wood's tested and true Wheat
Seed. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Just arrived, a car of 125 barrels of
high grade Lime. Legg & Hutchinson.
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Keep your eye on The Manning
Wagon. made and guaranteed by B. T.
Coming, a car of No. 1 Timothy Hay
and a car of good Brick. Legg & Hut
A good five-room house. near Baptist
church, for rent. Possession given first
Several hundred bushels of Corn,
Oats, Bran, Rice Flour and Ship Stuff.
Lea,_ & Hutchinson.
Huggy Lap Dusters, Umbrellas,
Storm Aprons. Poles, Shafts, Cushions
and Fly Nets. Legg & Hutchinson.
Agents wanted to sell the Harvey
Stvlo Fountain Pen. A $2 pen for $1.
W%'Vrite today for terms and territory.
Charles X. Pickering. agent, Man
ning. S. C. rtf
Lemonade Tumblers 60ots. per set.
Cut Glass (imitation) Tumblers 50cts.
set. Jellie Glasses with tin tops 35cts
per doz Fruit Jars 75 and $1.00 per
doz. Manning Hardware Company.
For Sale-One No. 7 Cook Stove, used
very little: one Oak Bed-room Suit,
new: one Feather-bed; two woven wire
Spring-beds. Other household goods
very little used. Mrs 0. E. WEBBER.
Lost-On July Sth, a pair of gold
spectacles in case of Thomas & Bro.,
between residence of E. S. Kennedy
and Workman Methodist Church. Re
ward for same if left at Mr. Kennedy's.
For Sale-I have a lot containing
about two acres of !and, near Shaw's
store, at New Zion, S. C. Good location
for business man. Anyone wishing to
buy will please call on B. C. DOGGETT,
New Zion, S. C. 26-2m.
Smashing an idol. Many children
who thought their father was a wise
and big man have had their idol smash
ed when they realized he was not wise
enough to look out for their future
through life insurance that would have
given them an education and home.
Joe E. McCreery, Manning, S. C.
R. F. D.
Rural Free Delivery now makes it
possible to get drug store things with
out much trouble. The mail carrier
will take it to your door. Many of our
customers have taken advantage of this
new arrangerzt and now feel that
they are in near touch with a first-class
We send goods out immediately upon
receipt of the order. We are near the
postotlice and can serve our customers
promptly. If - you send more money
than is needed we will return your
Send to us for anything you want in
the drug line and you will get a prompt
return. Rhame's Drug Store, Sum
merton, S. C.
00[[[G[ OF gURLEON,
CHIARLESTON. S. C.
120th Begins September 29th, 1905
Letters, Science, Engineering. One
scholarship giving free tuition to each
county of South Carolina. Tuition $40.
Board and furnished room in Domitory,
.10. to $12. a month. All candidates for
admission are permitted to compete for
vacant Boyce scholarships which pay
$300X a year. For catalogue, address
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Probate
for Clarendon County on the 11th day
of August. 1905, for letters of dis
charge as Guardian for Helen E. Tin
EMMIE E. ANDERSON.
Summerton, S. C. July 11, 1905.I
HENRY N. SNYDER. LL. D.. President.
Two degrees. A. B. and A. M. Four courses
leading to the A. B. Degree. Nine professors.
Departments-Ethics and Astronomy. Mathe
matics. Physics, and Geology. Biology and
Chemistry. Latin. Greek. English, German and
French, History and Economics. Library and
Librarian. The WV. E. Burnett gymnasium un
der a competent director. J. B. Cleveland Sci
ence Hall. Athletic grounds. Course of lectures
by the ablest men on the platform. Rare musi
cal opportunities. Next Session Sept. :10.
lBoard from $8 to 516 a month. For Catalogue
or other information, address
J. A. GAMEWELL. Secretary.
Spartanburg. S. C.
Wofford College Fitting
Three new brick buildings. St~eam heat and
IHead Master. four teachers and Matron live
in the buildings.
Situated on the Wofford Campus.
Students take a regular course in the College
Gymnasium, and have access to the College
$11 pays for board. tuition and all fees. Sons
of Methodist ministers do not pay tuition.
Next session begins September '20.
For Catalogue. etc.. address
A. MASON DUPRE, Head Master.
Spartanbur!, S. C2.
I . .THE. .
R. B. L.ORYEA DRUG STORE,
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Prop.,
Sign of the . . . Golden Mortar,
Ber to utform their many friends and custom
rs that they are prepared to supply their wants
with their accustomed clerity.
We carry a full and complete line in every d~e
partment of the
adevery attention is show;n to the wants of
Forl Many Years
Wc have endeavored to give the very best at
tention to our customzers' wants, and feel that
we have succeeded.
Our stock of
is complete 'a every particular and every and
any demand can be supplied.
When in need of PURE DRUGS and MEDI
CINES call on us and we can give you general
MAIL ORDERS receive our careful and im
mediate attention on day of receipt.
We hope for your kitid patrodage which for
eatrs we have earnestly striven to merit.
IHE R. B. 1ORYE DRUG 8IORE
ISA AC M, LORYEA, Proprietor,
Signr of the
MANNINC, S. C.
For the Brides.
The wedding invitations may be a source
of worry for the guests unless they remember
that we have a solution for every wedding
gift problein-our whole stock is a solution.
There are suitable gifts in every portion of it.
The two lines of gifts that are absolutely cer
tain to please aro
The variety is such that the requirements
of any purse can be met. We have a new as
sortment of wedding gifts we wish you to see.
RHAME'S DRUG STORE.
Each season our stock of stationery is
larger. It grows because more people are
Coming here for stationery. They come be
cause we always have just what is wanted
and the price is invariably right.
This Season's Stock
of box and' bulk correspondence papers in
cludes all the new shades, shapes and quali
ties. You can find just what you want at just
what you wish to pay.
Box Papers, ioc to $i.
Tablets, 5c to 25c.
Bulk papers in any quantity desired.
Also everything that goes with stationery
inks, pens, wax, etc. Right kinds at right
Rhame's Drug Store,
SUMMERTON, S. C.
For the Sale of Leaf Tobacco,
MANNING, S. C.
I am now open and ready to take care of your tobacco.
Our buyers will be on in about two weeks, then we will be in
position to get you the
Highest Market Prices
~or your tobacco every day. I am anxious to sell your tobacco
and will work hard to please you.
I appreciate the liberal patronage that you have given me in
the past and promise you in the future to do all in my power to
lease you in the sale of your tobacco.
Give me a trial.
Yours to please.
In Summerton during the past three weeks show property to be
The propeties eehad for sal in town are fine values. We have now lots
suited for residence, stores, offices, etc.
)n r farm properties are also good. We have not yet made a sale of prop
erty which has not already risen in price. We will not try to
boom any property, we are glad for our customers to resell and
make money, it proves our representations to have been true.
There are now in course of
construction in Summer
ton seven brick buildings.
We have several applications for small farms near Summerton. Parties
who have such will do well to correspond with us.
We will soon have on the market a number of small residence lots in a new
and well located part of the town.
Vrite us for further information.
Summerton, S. C.
A.Pnmaer Bnrg-ess. Pres. W. J. Muldrow. Sec. & Treas,
So- Totue IIn
~~REDUCTION SAIL E
Portion of the
Human Body Is
So Tortured In
the Effort to
Clothe and Pro
tect It as the Feet.
it requires no breaking in
Walk Easy." and is a revelation of com
fort from the first weaing.
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LEWIS A. CROSSETT. Inc.,
NORTH ABINGTON. MASS.
We will soll for spot cash our line of CROSSETT
Low Cut Shoes at the following reduced prices, including *
G large line of Tans, nobby styles: -
$4.00 styles at....... ........$3.50
3.50 styles at ..... 3.00
2. 50 styles at.............. 2.25
This is an opportunity that you should not miss as
0you know these Shoes are of the finest workmanship and
All other Summer Goods at greatly reduced prices.
and our stock is very complete at this time of the year.
Mutual Dry Goods Co.
See our Show Window about Crossett Shoes.
This week we offer some of the prettiest materials of
the season. These are the very latest styles and repre
sent the cream of the fashion world.
In the Wash Goods Department we will seMl some of
the loveliest goods you have ever seen and will sell them
at prices way down below their regular value.
New arrivals in Swisses, Organdies, Lawns and Ba
tistes in grand assortment of Beautiful Patterns.
If you need anything in light, cool, airy Wash Goods
we have it. We feel sure we can please you.
Big i.ssortment of Colored Organdies. Beautiful as
sortment of Colored Organdies, beautiful Patterns, regu
25c goods, selling this week at 15c the yard.
S Ten and 12+e Lawns and Batistes, selling everywhere
for 12tc and 1~5c, now only 9c the yard. Large assort
ment of beautiful patterns to select from.
Some real beauties in these goods and it will be to
your advanage to come and see them.
Have you seen our Silks? Have you been here for
prices on Silks? We are selling them cheaper than any
body in the State.
Compare tlie following prices with others:
.36 inch Black Taffeta. warranted to wear, only Sac
36-inch Black Peau de Sole. $I.50 Silk now only $1.18
27-inch China Silks, just 41c the yard.
Silk Fancies. r-eal value at 75c the yard, selling here,
for 40c the yard. See them.
From Richardson Silk Co.
Biig line of Wash Embroidery Silks, most every color
One handsome Sofa Pillow Top, tinted in colors, "im
One Diagram Lesson for Pillow.
Four Skeins of Richardson's Grecian Floss.
One pair of good. serviceable Embroidery Hoops for
the low price of 25c.
Come around and see us. For the cash we defy com
THE YOUNG RELIABLE,
J. H. ICBY