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MANNING. S. C., NOV. S. 1905.
Publishes All County and Town Of
Adverisers will pleasc re
member that copy for a
change of ed. MUST be in
this oftice by Saturday Noon in order to
insure publication the following week.
SPECIAL ON SHOES
GENTS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING.
We wish to say to the people of 31au
ning and Clarendon County that we
have now on hand the best and largest
stock of Shoes ever shown in Manning.
For years we have been handling the
famous H. C. Godman BLACK BOTTOM
SHOES, and we have never yet heard
one complaint against them. If you buy
your CHILDREN'S SHOES from us you
will not have to buy for them again this
Winter, as our Shoes last them, and we
defy any house to sell better and cheaper
Shoes than we are showing.
Do you need a nice Suit of Clothes for
yourself, your son, or any of your chil
dren? If you do, it will pay you to see
our Great Values. Nice Men's Suits at
$5.00 worth S7.00: nice All-Wool Men's
Suits at $7.50 worth $10.00. The great
est values ever shown in this line. All
Wool Suits at 810.00 per suit.
W. E. JENKINSON CO.
Thanksgiving Day is on the 30th.
Wanted-A big old turkey for Thanks
Mr. V. R. Burgess of Sumter was in
We are shy on country correspond
ents this week.
Rev. S. A. Nettles of Branchville was
Mr. Jim Richardson of Panola spent
yesterday in town.
Mr. R. D. Clark has gone to Wilson,
N. C., on business.
They have decided to make it on
Mr. W. F. Lyon left last Friday for
his home in Danville.
Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Nettles of For
eston spent Monday in town.
Capt. D. J. Bradbam left. last Satur
day for Chicago on business.
Miss Harriette Harvin left last Mon
day to visit friends in Charleston.
Mr. Charlie Wells of Rocky Mount
spent yesterday with his parents.
Messrs. L. D. Player and W. E.
Reardon spent Sunday in Clinton.
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Bradham left yes
terday to take in the Charleston gala
We regret that our~ interesting story,
"Uncle Terry," is crowded out this
Miss Lylie Rabb of Charleston is vis
iting her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. K.
Mrs. G. L. Dickson. who has been
extremely ill, is now~ reported to be
George W. Murray the convicted ex
Congressman has skipped it is said, to
Miss Bessie Harvin fell one evening
last week at the skating rink and broke
Rev. J. Knox Hair, representing the
Baptist Courier, was in Manning last
A._A. Manning, Esq., of the Sumter
Bar spent Monday in Manning on pro
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. G Slaughter left
yesterday for Mullins, to visit Mrs.
Hon. R. S. DeSehamps and Mr. 0.
D. Harvin, of Pinewood, spent the day
in Manning yesterday.
Mr. WV. H. McGuire, manager of the
People's warehoure, left for his bomne
in Danville last Saturday.
Mr. J. Pop Moore left last Monday
for Wilson, N. C., where he will re
main the rest of the fall.
Mrs. J. N. Robson of Buffalo, S. C.,
is in Manning visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs.-A. H. Breeden.
We regret to learn of the serious ill
ness of Mr. Nelson Brown, one of Pax
vilte's most substantial citizenis.
Miss Sebyl Odiorne of Charleston is
in Manning visiting her brothers
Messrs. John and George Odiorne.
Mr. W. T. Sellers, formerly cotton
buyer at this place. now located at
Chester, spent yesterday in Manning.
Mr. W. M. Davis of the Fork hande~d
in to THE TIM one dollar as an addi
tional contribution to the association
There will be preaching at Fellowship
Church next Sunday at 4 o'clock P. M.
by Rev. M. A. Connors. Public cor
We have in stock printed trespass
notices for those desiring to post lands.
When you want to post your lands call
at THE TIMES otlice.
We want our readers to give close
attention to our advertising columns,
our patrons are fixing to get the benefit
of eleven cents cotton.
On last Monday L. S. Welling, a prom
inent farmer and merchant of Darling
ton, declined to accept 114 cents a pound
for cotton for 200 bales.
The town treasurer's books close on
the 15th, instant, and those who do not
wish to pay a penalty had bdtter pay
property and commutation taxes.
Do not forg'et the hot supper at the
Greenock schiool house Friday night.
There will be a plenty of good things
to eat and the proceeds will go to a
The Fidelity Mutual Life Insurance
Company wants to pay the $25,000 pol
icy on Robert Keith Dargan s life, but
cannot do so until the body has been
We have been requested by Mr. J.
W. Hilton, of Davis Station, to thank
those in Manning- who contributed to
wards the building of the Davis Station
Rev. E. L. K. Tune will not fill his
appointment at Dudley next Sunday
mornng on account of attendingsBlack
River Association, but will be in place
for fourth Sunday. -
The Spartanburg grand jury has
presented for indictment the county
dispensers and the board of control for
accepting bribes, changing labels, and
all manner of violations of law. Watch
Spartanburg, and dollars to dough-nuts
.here wil be convictions.
We are informed that Manning i
soon to be visited by Van Atuburg':
circus. The country is full of amuse
ment attractions, drawn, we suppose
by the high price cotton
Mr. R. H. Briggs, of Silver, calle<
uIpon us yesterday and handed in ont
dollar as his contribution for the cotto!
association fund, and Mr. W. F.. Tisdale
of laxville. gave us a dollar today.
We have come near getting a strin:
of partridges since the game law pe,
mits hunting. We had several Prom.
ises. but then, we have not given thi
boys out yet.. John Stephen. wher
Died last Saturday near Provideuc(
church in Sumter county. Mrs. E. E.
Hodge, aged -y years. The ftnera
took ulace Sunday and six confederate
soldiers, comrades of the deceased'
husband acted as pall-bearers.
" Hooligan's Troubles" was preseut
ed here last Friday night at the
Institute hall. How such a show could
pass quarentine officers we cannot un
derstand. The show was rotten, the
troupe bum and the whole business
needs fumigating and cremating.
Cards are out announcing the coming
marriage of Mr. Herman H. Bradham
of Manning to Miss Mary Sue Walker
ot Enoree. The marriage takes place
in the Methodist church at Enoree,
Wednesday evening November 15th.,
and the couple will be at home the 16th
Mr. J. S. Plowden has sold the land
advertised in these columns last week
to Mr. A. J. Geddings of Pinewood.
Land prospectors are now looking to
wards the Fork section where they can
buy good land at moderate prices.
Lands are continully going up in price,
and the Fork section is the only place
we know of now that can be secured for
anything like reasonable money.
Last MIonday was salesday. The
sheriff was the center of attraction.
The following property was sold: Gil
bert G. Dupont vs. Esther G. Ridge
way and others 224 acres $950. W, C.
Davis attorney for C. T. Ridgeway.
J. Arthur Hodge et al vs. Sarah Nelson
et al 451 acres 85.300 A. A. Manning
attorney for Miss Sarah Harvin of Spar
tanburg.Elizah Dyson 1 lot and 1 build
ing in Fulton township for taxes $25,
J s. Wilson attorney.
Mr. Frederick Fisher died at Ed
wards, S. C., November 6. 1905. in the
88th year of his age. The deceased
was born in France and came to this
country in youth and for a number of
years lived in Charleston. For about
nine years past he made his home with
with his granddaughter, Mrs. M. G.
McMillan of the Greeleyville section.
Funeral services were held at the home
by Rev. R. L. Grier, and the body was
taken to Charleston for interment.
Died last Wednesday night at his
home near New Zion, Mr. Robert E.
Smiley aged about 45 years. The de
ceased was a good citizen, progressive
in his ideas, full of thrift and energy
and a staunch friend. He was a mem
ber of Live Oak Camp Woodmen of the
World. The funeral took place at
New Zion church Thursday afternoon
and was largely attended. The Pine
Grove Camp of Woodmen conferred the
burial honors. The deceased provided
for his family $1500 insurance in the
Equitable and the Woodmen.
There appeared upon these streets
last Sunday night, two traveling
preachers who made the welkin ring
with their denunciations of what they
termed "preachers who preach for the
dollar," and denounced the churches
and preachers generally. They claim
it is not necessary to belong to any
church nor to be led by salaried
preachers: according to them, there is
but one church, and that is "the
church of Christ," all others "are
shams and money-makers." This is a
free country and of course, such men
have as much right to express their
views as t bose who - do not endorse
The business men of Sumter always
on the qui vive for that which benefits
their city, even if it should cost them a
little money, are after the railroads to
give them better freight service, and
they have requested a meeting with
those on the line of the Northwestern
on the 15th, to decide upon a schedule
between Sumter and all the stations
along the Northwestern to Wilson's
Mill. Those invited to attend this
meeting are F. S. Barwick, Paxville;
H. D. Tindal, Tindal's; R1. C. Richard
son, Jr., R. B. Smythe, 0. C. Scar
borough, Summerton and D. Levi, St.
Paul. The authorities of the A. C. L.
have been invited to attend the meet
ing, and it is proposed to make it serve
the double purpose of helping Sumter
with freight facilities on the A. C. Line
and passenger tratlic on the North
Died in Manning last Wednesday
Mrs. Annie Eliza Bordenhammer wife
of Mr. J. C. Bordenhammer who has
been engaged with Mr. Scott Harvin
for 18 years of his life. She was about
40 years old having been married 20
years. She leaves a husband and one
child Charley 13 years old who is now
going to the graded school to mourn
her lost. She had been sick over a
year with some throat trouble. She
was buried at Oak Grove beside her
four children, who had proceeded her
to the grave. She bore her afflictions
with fortitude and humble trust. May
the great Shepherd of the sheep who
brought again our Lord from the
dead keep us all, and may we all pre
pare in life for the change that must
come to each of us, and may we all be
ready when the messenger shall come
to go out and meet him.
J. P. COLEMAN.
Cheap Excursion to Charleston, S. C., Ac
count of Charleston Gala Week.
The Atlantic Coast Line takes plea.
sure in announcing rate of one first class
fare plus twenty-five cents to Charles
ton, S. C., account of Charleston Gala
Week. Tickets on sale November 4th
to 10th inclusive and for t.ains arriving
in Charleston before noon November
11th, final return limit November 13th.
For further information apply to near
est ticket agent or communicate with
W. J. Craig, General Passenger Agent,
Wilmington, N. C.
Has a Slander-Serpent Encoiled a Man
After the regular Presbyterian ser
vice last Sunday morning the pastot
reuested the young people to remair
as he wished to have a talk with them.
This " talk with them " came as a sur
prise, and the " talk with them " struc
them with consternation as the pastot
proceeded to make a most beautiful ex
hortation on the duties of church mem
bers and complying with and living ur
to the rules of the church. He urged
them to give up dancing, attending
theatres and card-playing. He alsc
made reference to some informatiot
which, under promise that he would no1
disclose the source or nature of his in
formation, related there was a scandal
ous handling of names of some young
ladies who attended the dances. TH
assured his hearers that he did not be
lieve the report, but nevertheless il
grieved him. The meeting resulted ir
nearly all the young folks present siga:
ing a pledge not to attend any mor
dances, theatres or card-playing. Ther<
were a few who declined to sign th<
pledge, and these take the position tha
it is a matter deserving more consider
aton, and should not he hastily agree(
Since Sunday there has been consid
erable talk about Mr. Holladay's i-e
marks, and a number do not hesitat<
to express the opinion that he is th<
..ietm of sme slanderer. That tha
. young ladies or Lis community who
attend dances are not capable of con.
ducting themselves improperly, and if
as was intimated, there were some of
the young men who drink liquor, the
same might be said of some young men
who attend church. But, aside from
this, they think it unfortunate that a
suspicion should be created against all
who attend the dances instead of point
ing out tic guilty or at least lifting the
veil of myvsterv from the report and 1ct
tiug it be known the nature of this
alleged grievous conduct.
If it is against the rules of the Church
to dance, then Church members should
do one of two things: quit dancing or
quit the Church : and it is a pastors
duty to look after his flock. But when
Gossip whispers into his ear somethin
which reflects upon tl4 character of
one of his flock, in our opinion he should
not permit himself to be handicapped
with a protnise to not give ouLt the
source of his information, but it. should
be his duty to ro straight to the parties
accused. or their p arents or gur
dians; and tell them whathe has heard
and FROM whom he heard it. There
are. unfortunately. too many possessed
of the Devil, and with their forked
tongues would besmirch a pure charac
ter. It is a safe rule to decline to re
ceive information from one of these
don't-mention-mv-name-kind. Asa rule
what they give for informrtion is a fab
rication of the Devil.
MIANNING, S. C.. Nov. 1. 1905.
MR. EDITOR: I desire to acknowl
edge through your paper, on behalf of
my people, the receipt of the followin
sums to aid us in our new church build
Rev. James 'McDowe.ll...........25 00
Mr. W. E. Jenkinson (for Mrs. I.
M. Bagnall).. .............. 50 00
Dr. Charles Geiger.............. 10 00
Mr. H. R. Boger................ 5 00
Mr. E. S. McIntosh.... ......... 5 00
These sums were unsolicited and vol
untary, and we greatly appreciate the
liberality and interest of the donors.
Our burden of building is heavy, and we
have been made glad by these persons,
not members of our church. assisting us
in our endeavor to erect a building
which we hope will be an ornament to
the town and reflect credit upon our
Very truly yours,
J. M. HOLLADAY,
Pastor Presbyterian Church.
oa s To eI A.
Bears the The Kind You Have Always Bought
It is always well to obtain what one
desires, but it is better toldesre only
what one can obtain.
A man lives as long as he has the fac
ulty to desire. and a woman lives .,s long
as she is desirable.
Medicine before taking is an experi
ment: af:er taking it's an experience
if you happen to survive.
It is lucky for some people that all
collectors are not as troublesome with
their bills as mosquitoes are.
Bachelors are not troubled with but,
tonless shirts any more than married
men are troubled with shirtless buttons.
There are thousands of good cook
books, but none of them tells how to
keep a cook.
It isn't where the shoe pinches that
worries the small boy : it's where the
It is the winter of matrimonial disc on
tent when the piano cover is made to
serve as a bed quilt.
Some hats make a woman's face look
long, but not half as long as her bus
band's when he gets the bill.
A man's favorite is a woman who is a
good talker; a woman's favorite is a
man who is a good listener.
His first love and his first shave are
two things that happen ecee in every
man's life, and he nevea iorgets either.
He Was No Settler.
"I suppose that old chap with the
long white whiskers over there is one
of your old settlers. Isn't he?" said the
"I reck n he's what yew might call a
ld resid t," rejoined the village mer
ebant, "but he ain't no old settler. He's
been a-owin' me for nigh on to thirty
Baseball In the Bible.
Johnson-You say that you knows
about the Bible? Well, what's in it
about baseball, do yer knows? Walters
-Why, dey ain't nuffin' in the Bible
'bout baseball Johnson-Dey certainly
am. Didn't Noah put the dove out on
a long fly?-New York Times.
Imnpoverished soil, like impov
erishedl blood, needs a proper
frtiilizer. A chemnist by analyz
ing the soil can tell you what
fertilizer to use for different
If your blood is impoverished
your' doctor will tell you what
you need to fertilize it and give
it the rich, red corpuscles that
are lacking in it. I t may be you
need a tonic, but more likely you
need a concentrated fat food,
and fat is the element lacking
in your system.
There is no fat fooA that is
so easily digested and assimi
of Cod Liver Oil
It will nourish and strengthen
the body when milk and cream
fail to do it. Scott's Enmulsion
is always the same; always
palatable and always beneficial
where the body is wasting from
any cause, either in children
We will send you a sample free.
Be sure that this pic
ture in the form of a
label is on the wrapper
of every bottle of Emul
-sion you buy.
I '~ 4 9 FneeiISt., JeWYoIR
50c. and $1.00.
The Furniture Man, Levi Block. tfj
Plant Wood's tested and true Wheat
Seed. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Get your Wood from 11. L. Reils
Novelties and Fancy Noveities. aUd
Toys in abundance at S. R. Veuniug's.
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
lEastman's Kodaks at S. R. Venning's
Jewelry and Novelty Store, from $1. to
S. R. Venning is selling the cele
brted ;.. Laughlin Fountain Pen with
14 karoL point for -1. tf.
Ou 1t S. 1. Venninr's .iewlery and
Novelty Store for Cut Glass and Sterl
ing Silverware. He has a beautiful
W. P. Hawkins & Co. will have in a
car load of fine horses and mules in a
few days. Don't fail to see them before
For Sale-Duroc-.Jersey Pigs. all
from Prize Winners: I now have seven
Prize Winners in my herd. Foreston
Jersey Stock Farm. Wt. T. P. Sprott,
Lost--A Setter Dog. liver and white
colored. about six months old. The
finder will be rewarded by informing
G. H. LACKEY,
Manning, R. F. D.
Wanted to sell one House and Lot on
Church and Brooks streets convenient
to school house. Ne w possession given
January 1st. 1906. Apply to "R. D.
Wanted-By Chicago Manufacturing
House, person of trustworthiness and
somewhat familiar with local territory
as assistant in branch office. Sala.ry $18
paid wzelly. Permanent position. No
investment required. Previous expe
rience not essential to engaging. Ad
dress, Manager Branches, Como Block,
The time for paying Town Taxes
without penalty expires Nov. 15th. The
office will be open all day and every
day until the above date. Pay early
and avoid the rush.
E. J. BROWNE,
Clerk and Treas.
The Oil Mill will Run.
To My Friends and Patrons of the Man
ning Oil Mill:
1 am glad to be able to announce
that I have leased the Manning Oil
Mill from the Trustees of the Indepen
dent Cotton Oil Co. and will operate it
on my own account the present season.
I take this opportunity to thank you
for the support and patronae you gave
me while I had charge of the mill for
the Independent Cottod Oil Co. and to
ask for a continuance of your support
and patronage in the fnture.
Yours very truly,
C. R. SPROTT.
$20,000 Stock of Goods to be Sold Out, Com
mencing Friday, October 13th.
On account of making a change in
our Mercantile Department at Alcolu,
we have decided to commence Friday,
October 13th, and reduce our stock of
Dry Goods. Notions. Clothing, Shoes,
Hats, Caps, Men's Furnishings, Crock
ery, Glass and Tin Ware at greatly re
duced prices; also a large line of House
and Kitchen' Furniture and Groceries
at reduced prices.
D. W. ALDERMAN & SONS Co.,
By D. C. SHAW.
1. C. Ingram land containing 190
acres on public road 14 miles from Man
ning. On the place is a seven room
d welling ',fair state of preservation
and good out buildings, also two tenant
settlements. 1 of place cleared and
balance in native forest. Dwelling
surrounded by fine grove of oaks and
magnolias. This is an ideal place for
a good healthy place to farm and in
easy reach of market, schools and
churches, giving advantage of living in
country with conveniences of town.
Price $5000. Apply to Wade Stack
house, Dillon, S. C.
THERE IS .No BETTER WVAGON
made than THE MANNING WAGON. My
thimble skein one-horse Wagon is a daisy, and
I give you a guarantee in writing on it for 12
months. The price is only
$2.00 Cash or Credit.
I also do wagon and carriage repairing that
others can only imitate. See Mr. W. S. Harvey
He is without que'stion the best farrier that
ever came to Manning. i. T. L E GG.
Nullc 10 [ecu10rS, Jsfl3inlrlioIS.
OFFICE 0OF JUDGE OF PROBATE.
Manning. S. C., June 1, 1905.i
To Executors, Administrators. Guardians and
I respectfully call your attention to annexed
statute. You will please give this matter early
J. MI. WVINDHAM.
Judge of Probate.
Section 2555 and 2672 Revised Statutes 190'2:
Executors. Administrators. Guardians and
Committees, shall annually while any estate re
mains in their care or custody, at any time be
fore the first day of July each year. render to the
Judge of Probate of the county' from whom they
obtain Letters Testamentary or Letters of Ad
ministrators or Letters of Guardianship. etc.. a
just and true account, upon oath, of the receipts
and expenditures of such estate the preceding
Calendar year, which. when examined and ap
proved, shall be deposited with the Inventory
and appraisement or other papers belonging to
such estate, in the office of said Judge of Pro
bate, there to be kept for the inspection of such
persons as may be interested in the estate (un
der former penalties).
Then if fire comes you will be saved
many a worry and
MANY A DOLLAR.
In this age of the world when the
protection of a good Fire Insurance
Policy costs so little, and the risk of
fire is so great, it is simply p~oor btusi
ness to go uninsured.
C. R- SPROTT.
EhLm lFurniture on Easy Paymeuts. lWuiLf
p ecial Tovember
PF urniture Sales.
After the special Bargain Week sales we are again
straight with everything in apple-pie order. The furni.
ture we show now is very fine. No better values to be
found in the South. All sorts of new pieces and suits in
all the newest finishes of Oak. Mahogany. Maple and a
great collection of Iron Beds, Mattresses, etc.
During the whole of this month there will be some
E tilhing special on every day. Now is the time to fix up
the 'home ready for Thanksgiving and for Christmas.
Don't put off getting the furniture you need. You get
the best for the money when you get it here.
One of the best valutes we ever offered is th'ree-piece Bedroom
Suit. Made strorigand in a beautiful polished finish.
Btte Suits rang-ing from :340 to M6.
Nothing more convenient and useful in a modern home than
a good iron bed. We have some beauties in white and colored
enamel. New designs.
Big shipment of niew Mattings. These are way ab'ove the
ordinary. Specially prieed while they last 34c per Yard.
MATTRESSES AND SPRINGS.
To enjoy a good night's rest you must have a good mattres
and agbest Fet'attres sever mnade, special now for $9.75.
The Springs are unmatchable at this price-$1.90 up.
DINING ROOM FURNITURE.
For the dining room we have the handsomest furniture ever
shown hereabouts. Newest styles in highly polished extension
tables-810, $17 and up.
Chairs, 45e uip to $15.
-V .7i Undertaking
e e 9 Furnitue
In n in ,S.C
buidng. Tof hde storales we eir fored sisocso threpce eond.
Suit. pae srog pieoand in bti olsland fnsh
Noses brts aning from $2,5 0 to $3.0.I 6et 3. rm85t $0prar.
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dTrohed Wie hav ome atines or wither yandlr.edsko
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h orse. dIg torae andt frinure
I guarantee t$1e bndtup.
R.S L .A. Krasopitr
WAN ~ MaEnRna.itges PrcS. Pai.
A BUSY WEEK1
In all Lines sales show that the past 5
week was the most successful during this
season's business, but this is past history,
the future is the interesting: and to com
pel another busy week we have arranged 1
these special attractions:
Millinery, Boys' Suits,
and all kinds of
We have never put forth such efforts.
in our Millinery Department as we will dur
ing this week.
TRIMMED HATS, PATTERN HATS,
AND MADE-TO-ORDER HATS 0
must all go, and we have given instructions i
to make-the price so they will go rapidly.
Boys' Knee Suits, worth 75c., for 50 Cents
Boys' Suits, worth $2., for $1.35.
Mens' Pants, worth $3.,,for...........00.
Ladies' Ready-made Skirts, pleated and made
in the best styles, worth $5., for........ ..$3.50.
Ladies' Black Panama Pleated Skirts, $10.00
values, for....... ...................$6.00.
Childrens' Union Combination Suits for 25c.
Now is the time of the year for everybody to need
Shoes. Our stock is unbroken and we know if you will
come around here and let us figure with you on your
C Shoes' bill we'll get it.
Special Bargains in Shoes.
During this week. Remember we carry the Crossett
Shoes for Men and the Queen Quality for Ladies, -the
best that money combined with experience can buy.
sh.4-4 -w "
SMutual Dry Goods Co.
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY
Special attention has been devoted by us this sea
son to the selection of Cloaks. The display now ready
goes to prove the assertion. Such a gathering of really
elegant Cloaks has not been equaled here at any time be
fore. Rich, handsome Cloaks, distinguished for beauty /
and the stock is practically without limit as to kinds that
are new and stylish. What we have been able to do by
extensive and careful selection, securing the choicest
styles and best materials, also tells in thie pricing of them
all. Even the handsomest and most exclusive are here
at ajsaving, while extremely low prices prevails through
out. The very best styles and materials in Cloaks. 45
$5.50, $7.50. $8.50, $9.00, $10.00, and
and Dress Goods.
We wish to call your special attention to our Silks
and Dress Goods. Why not come and get in touch with
these. We are offering some very special things in this
line. Never a better time to buy than now. Below we.
A FEW POINTERS: I
36 inch Black Pean De Soie, very heavy qual
ity, Bright Luster, a splendid one for Skirts or
Suits, at the yard,..................... $147~
Black Peau De Soie, 30 inches wide, bright
luster, good value, sold by others at $1.25 per
yard. our price only................. -.1.00.
Finest quality Black Taffeta Silk, 36 inches
wide, every yard guaranteed to wear, bright
lustre-yard......... ... ...... ....--. -147
Fine quality Black Taffeta Silk. 36 inches
wide, medium weight, guarantee printed on sel
vege--yard,.. .... ..-....... ...... .. .. ..$97c.
Illuminated or changeable Silks, green, blue,
brown, garnet, etc., 36 inches wide, no better
value, at the yard, .... ................1.00.
Chiffon Taffeta, all shades, splendid qualities,
36 inches wide, at the yard,............... toc..
36 inch Jap Silk, the yard,.... .........5c.
19 inch Jap Silk, the yard,.... ........25c.
Fancy Suit and Shirt Waist Silks, olny . .50c.
and many others-prices just as low.
Come to Rigby's and price the Wool iDress Goods.
We are sure you will buy, for we have just what- you
want, in all that is pretty and stylish for every wear.
Don't delay; come now.
THE YOUNG RELIABLE,
J. H. RIUBY,