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MANNING. S. C., NOV. 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.
W. E. Jenkinson Co-. Great Colossal Sale.
Will open on Saturday Nov. 25th, and
will close on Tuesday night Dec. 5th.
This great Colossal sale will be a great
bargain giving event to the people of
Manning and Clarendon county. On
account of the warm fall we have not
sold the goods we had expected to sell
and we organize this great sale to re
duce our immense stock. Look out for
our big page ad in next week's paper,
quoting our matchless prices.
Every thing in our big store wil go
at Colossal sale values.
Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing, Milli'
nery, Furniture and House Furnsh
Now Remember the date opening at
9 o'clock Saturday morning Nov.25 and
closing Tuesday night Dec. 5.
W. E. JENKINSON CO.
Look out for Jenkinson's big ad next
Van Amburg's circus will be bere on
Send us the news from every section
of the county.
This is the last day for town taxes
Solicitor Wilson is attending court
in Florence this week.
Mr. Jno. G. Slaughter has returned
from a visit to Mullins.
Clerk of Court A. 1. Barron spent
last Friday in Columbia.
Dr. Wade Stackhouse, of Dillon, was
in Manning last Thursday.
Rev. M. A. Connors of Summerton
spent yesterday in Manning.
Mr. Lucius H. Harvin left last Sun
day for Philadelphia on business.
Mrs. F. N. Wilson of Columbia is in
Manning visiting Mrs. N. G. Gonzales.
Hon. Joseph F. Rhame and Captain
W. C. Davis went over to Orangeburg
Parties desiring to post their lands
can secure trespass notices at THE
Mrs. H. D. Clark and Miss Gussie
Appelt left yesterday to visit friends
A Marklev Lee, Esq., of Charleston
was in Manning last Saturday on pro
A tenant house on the plantation of
Mr. A. J. Tindal was destroyed by fire
last Friday night.
The marriage of Mr. H. H. Bradham
to Miss Sue Walker takes place at
Enoree this evening.
Mr. T. M. Wells left last night to at
tend the Bradhamr-Walker marriage at
Enoree this evening.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Harvin left yes
terday to visit their daughter Mrs. D.
D. Saley at Orangeburg.
It now begins to look as if the cru
saders are dietermined to choke off the
annual Thanksgiving ball.
' r. Bass Barrett was relieved of his
pketbook by a pickpocket last Fri
yat the circus in Sumter.
Greenville County has joined the
antiDispenary forces by voting out the
Dispensary yesterday by a large major
Mr. Mason Brunson, representative
of the News and Courier, spent last
Saturday here in the interest of his
The property known as the " Old
Galluchat Residence" has been pur
chased by Mr. Thomas Nimmner from
Mrs. Horace Harby.
Dr. Poteat, president of Furman
University, preached in the Baptist
church last Sunday morning and even
ing to large congregations.
Mr. A. Loryea, accompanied by his
daughters, Mrs. Minnie Barnett, and
Miss Annie Loryea, left last night for
a week's vislt to Charleston.
Through an oversight last week we
had h Edvertieentof Dr. Highsmith
of Sumter, to read 84. for examination
fee, which should have been $1.
If we are short on editorial matter
this week, attribute it to laziness on
the part of the editor, for this has been
a sluggish liver week with him.
What has become of the library
scheme? Surely our public spirited
citizenship will notlet so laudable an ob
ject fail on account of a lack of support.
In the next week's issue of THE
MES there will appear a page adver
tisement from the W. E. Jenkinson Co.
which will be a record breaker. Watch
out for it.
Died suddenly last Saturday night
near New Zion Mr. J. L. Keels aged
about 50 years. The funeral took place
Sunday at Friendship church in Sum
Mr. S. L. Krasnoff assumed charge
of the Russian relief fund yesterday,
and in a short while collected a neat
sum to be sent for the relief of the
persecuted Jews of Russia.
W. P. Hawkins & Co. have received
a fine lot of horses and mules, direct
from the West, and those wanting good
stock can be suppied by this firm.
They do not handle anything but guar
In an attempt to cut a fancy figure
on skates last Monday night, Mr. C. R.
Sprott is now wearing a badge of in
effciency on his face, but then, we
tried it too, and also received a mark,
and it is not on the face either.
In the trial of Senator El. S. Blease of
Sluda for killing his brother-in-law,
the State asks for a change of venue,
alleging it cannot get a fair trial in Sa
luda County, owing, we presume, to the
poitical prominence of the defendant.
Hon. J. C. Dunbar, a former Repre
sentative in the Legislature from Marl
boro County, spent several days of last
week in Clarendon, and on last Satur
day succeeded in purchasing the place
of Mrs. H. M. Bethune, near Tindal's
mll, for about $31 per acre. We are
glad to welcome to this county such
men as Mr. Dunbar. He will be an ac
qusition to the community in which he
is ong to move, and it is a source of
pleasure for us to commend him to the
peeople of Clarendon. We want Marl
We had a pleasant. call yesterday
from Mr. W. J. Gibbon of Florida. "Mr.
Gibbon is a Salem boy who left this
county about 26 years ago, and is now
a prosperous turpentine manufacturer
in middle Florida. He made a hurried
trip to New Zion yesterday to visit his
We are proud of Manning's cutLvu
market this season. Our merchants
and buyers have kept in close touch
with the value of cotton, and they are
paying here as much as any market in
the State. When you want to sell cot
ton we can safely say manning Wvill
give all the market will bear.
At the Institute hall this evening
there will be a very interesting and
instructive kinetoscope entertainment.
The machine to be used is Wyndham's
Imperial Kinetoscope, which was the
machine that won the prize at the
St. Louis worlds fair. Everybody should
see the famous sea battles between the
Russian and Japanese fleets.
Rev. James McDowell was taken sud
denly ill last Sunday at Midway
Church. just as he was begin
ning to preach his sermon. Dr. Hagood
Woods was in the congregation, and
gave Mr. McDowell immediate atten
tion. after which he was removed to
the home of Mr. W. T. Rose. The last
news we have been able to learn is that
Mr. McDowell is better, but he is very
weak. The news caused much anxiety
here, and it is the sincere hope that
this grand old man will be spared.
The decisions of Judge R. C. Watts in
the two cases against the Northwestern
Railroad were filed in the Clerk of
Court's office here this morning. In the
case of Carter Davis, $1,000 damages
for injuries received, a new trial was
refused: and in the case of Thos. H.
Felder, 8200 damages for being struck
by the depot agent at Davis Station, a
new trial was granted. We presume
the Carter Davis case will go to the Su
preme Court: and if the Felder case is
ver again submitted to a jury in Clar
ndon we feel satisfied it will result in a
verdict for the railroad, as a matter of
law and public policy.
The demand for dwellings in this
:own remains unsatisfied, and yet lot
wners do not seem to realize it to be
:o their interest to build houses to rent,
rhey argue the rentals here will not
av a fair percentage on their invest
nent. which is true if the fabulous
Drices asked for lots is considered; but
hen if these lots remain idle they pay
2othing. And hence it would be better
o get a small per cent. and have the
own built up than nothing and keep
he town at a standstill.
Every growing town in the State offers
nducements for people to build,. and
ivhen such is the case progress is inev
table. Manning has everything to
ake a large town-health, location
d water; but as long as there are no
aouses here to offer those wishing to
3ome here, then we must depend upon
:he natural increase among ourselves,
is by our own blindness we keep others
When we wave out in last week's issue
hat took pYace at the Presbyterian ser
ice the Sunday before, we had no idea
>f alluding to the matter again. espe
ially so, since Rev. J. M. Holladay has
"iven through these columns a full ex
lanation. But there appears to be a
nisunderstanding in some quarters as to
>ur position in the matter. We received
letter from a lady we esteem, and she
egarded our comment a criticism of
Mr. Holladay, for she says: "Your
riticism of our pastors talk to the
oung people on last Sunday is very un
just" and she goes further and says:
SHad you been there and listened at
entively your -comments would have
een in the highest praise.'
We were not present at the " astors
alk to the young people." and of course.
w~hat we had to say was from some of
hose who were present, but we think
>ur friend mistakes our intentions when
;he refers to our article as a criticism
>f Mr. Holladav. The fact is we have
2ot heard Mr. Hlolladay criticised , and
t is conceded he did what was a consci
ntious duty. Painful though it was to
aim he did it in a spirit of love and,
ifection. But there was critcism,
md severe criticism, of the person who
aused this godly man anxiety and
aeartsoreness. The critics claim that
SMr. Holladay in his innocence was made
he instrument of a slanderer, who, after
putting out the dastardly poison, sneaked
>f into hiding to watch the effect. The
oung men of this town are naturally
indignant because their lady friends
have been slandered in a most cowardly
tanner by some one instigated by no
ood purpose. That, in reaching the
ear of an earnest minister of God the
iend has accomplished the purpose
-placed a bitter in the cup of joy
and causied heart-bleeding and sorrow.
Mr. Holladav's motives are not only
tommendable 'but they are soul-inspir
ing. He holds high the torch of recti
tude and lights the way along life's
path, warning the lambs of his flock to
avoid even the appearance of evil.
Physicians tell us that all
the b lo od in a healthy
human body passes through
the heart once in every two
minutes. If this action be
comes irregular the whole
body suffers. Poor health
follows poor blood ; Scott's
Emulsion makes the blood
pure. One reason why
is such a great aid is because
it passes so quickly into
the blood. It is partly di
gested before it enters the
stomach ; a double advan
tage in this. Less work
for the stomach; quicker
and more direct benefits.
To get the greatest amount
of good with the least pos
sible effort is the desire of
everyone in poor health.
Scott's Emulsion does just
that. A change for the
better takes place even be
fore you expect it.
we willsend you a
Be sure that this
picture in the form of
* a label is onthewrap
per of every bottle of
Emulsion you buy.
Sco-rr & BOWNE
- . 409 Pearl St., N. Y.
. so reggndsts
Has a Slander-Serpent Encoiled a Man
After the regular Presbyterian se
vice last Sunday morning the .past(
requested the young people to remai
as he wished to have a talk with then
This " talk with them " came as a su
prise, and the " talk with them " strue
them witl consternation as the pastt
proceeded to make a most beautiful c:
hortation on the duties of church men
bers and complying with and living u
to the rules of the church. He urge
them to give up dancing, attendin
theatres and card-playing. He als
made reference to some informatio
which, under promise that he would n<
disclose the source or nature of his ii
formation. related there was a scanda
ous handling of names of some youn
ladies who attended the dances. B
assured his hearers that he did not b(
lieve the report, but nevertheless i
grieved him. The meeting resulted i
nearly all the young folks present sigt
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 the
it is a matter deserving more considei
ation. and should not he hastily agree
Since Sunday there has been consi
erable talk about Mr. Holladay's r(
marks, and a number do not hesitat
to express the opinion that he is th
victim of some slanderer. That th
young ladies of this community wh
attend dances are not capable of coi
ducting themselves improperly, and i
as was intimated, there were some c
the young men who drink liquor, th
same might be said of some young me:
who attend church. But, aside fror
this, they think it unfortunate that:
suspicion should be created against a]
who attend the dances instead of point
ing out the guUty or at least lifting th
veil of mystery from the report and let
ting it be known the nature of thi
alleged grievous conduct.
If it is against the rules of the Churc1
to dance, then Church members shouli
do one of two things: quit dancing o
quit the Church; and it is a pastor'
duty to look af*ter his flock. But whe:
Gossip whispers into his ear somethint
which reflects upon the character c
one of his flock, in our opinion he shoul<
not permit himself to be handicappei
with a promise to not give out th,
source of his information, but it shoul<
be his duty to go straight to the partie
accused, or their parents or gur
dians, and tell them what he has hear(
and FRoM whom he heard it. Then
are, unfortunately, too many possesse<
of the Devil, and with their forket
tongues would besmirch a pure charac
ter. It is a safe rule to decline to re
ceive information from one of thesi
don't-mention-my-name-kind. Asa rul
what they give for informetion is a fab
rication of the Devil.
MR. EDITOR: The above article
which appeared in your issue of las
week and reproduced now at my request
calls for a statement from me, lest then
be a misapprehension of the whole mat
ter. There is much in your article t<
which I can say " amen " most heartily
By way of information, let me sa:
that I appealed to my young people t4
sign the following paper (which is no
thing more than a renewal with a spe
cific application of a part of the pledg
made by them when they joined th<
"With a sincere desire to honor God
to promote the peace and prosperity o
our Church, and out of a proper consid
eration for the views of the members o
the Session, to whom is committed th
discipline of this Church, and withou
surrendering any private opinion of m]
own as to the propriety or impropniet:
and the harmlessness or harmfulness o
dancing and card-playing, I hereb
pledge myself to abstain from dancing
and card-playing so long as I shall re
main a member of the Manning Presby
This paper has now attached to i
thirty names, with more to be added
I consider it a roll of honor, and I thini
those who signed it deserve praise anc
commendation. It condemns no one, i
makes war upon no one, and it simpl:
binds the party signing it to abstinenc
from certain things.
There were four grounds upon whicl
I appealed for the signatures
1. For the sake of their own goot
names and character.
2. For the sake of the good name o
3. From a duty of loyalty to thei:
Church, which condemns these prac
tices, irrespective of their own individ
4. For the sake of those who ar<
drawn into these practices through th<
influence and example of those who par
ticipate in them and yet who are no
satisfied that they are doing right.
It was under the first head, and upo2
what I had least to say, that I made ref
erence to some reports and rumor:
which reflected upon their good names
I was careful to state my own opiniox
of these reports as to whether they weri
to be believed. The impression I sough
to convey was the fact that these ru
mors and reports were being and hax
been made to their detriment. I havy
been careful not to go about repeating
these matters, In a vague way I hav<
heard them for a year past, but no
from the lips of Madame Gossip. Wer<
it wise I might classify and give th<
substance of these reports as I havy
heard them. I do not think it wouli
mend matters to do this, as it woull
give Madame Gossip too great a deligh
to spread them with her embellishment
In Charleston, in Rock Hill and il
Sumter I have heard various version
of these reports. I cannot and wouli
not give the names of those from whor
I heard them, for in every ease I learne<
of these reports through an inquir;
to ascertain from me the truthfulnes
of them. Every attempt on my part t
fix the responsibility of these report
resulted in the discovery that Madam
Rumor was circulating them.. I coull
go no further, and I never could fix thx
responsibility. I have not helped t
spread these reports, but since the;
seem to be persistent and repeated
only thought it fair to my young peop1
to inform them of the fact of their cir
culation to the detriment of their gooi
names. The fair names of both sexe
are too dear to me to suffer these per
sons to go on in the future as in the pas
without some warning from me.
Since the nature of oneof these report
is referred to in your article, I thinki
best to set that matter in the light
attempted to put it before my youn;
people. To quote from you, "And i:
as was intimated, there were some <
the young men who drink liquor, th
same might be said of some young me
who attend church." What I said wa
this: "It has been reported that som
of the yonng men drank liquor while i
the Institute Hall attending the Gex
mans, and were sometimes under th
influence of liquor while dancing wit
the young ladies." That is a very di:
ferent statemnent,iand the fault may b
mine through a too brief statement o
lack of clearness in making the state
ment I do not think that any youn
man in Manning or in this communit
would drink in a church or durn
church services I think it is an insul
to any lady for a man under the ev
effects of liquor to seek or insist upon
dance with her. If any of the youn
men feel aggrieved that such a repot
has been circulated by common rumo:
I can say this to them: From what
have heard, since I had the conferenc
with my young people, that if they wi
go to the Trustees of the Institute Ha
they may learn some things which migi
give rise to such a report. And I bi
lieve that public sentiment amon
themselves will see to it that they giv
no grounds for such reports, by even a
appearance of evil, upon which thei
good names, and those of the youn
ladies, may be called in question or sul
picion pointed towards them. I has
the warmest personal interest in ever
yng man and yong woman in th'
community, and these things have given
me pain and sorrow. If I have wounded,
the wounds are those of a friend.
I would not, and do not, hesitate to
r stop any slanderous report about the
' good name of any one, and I have not
-. and will not suffer myself to be handi
- capped by promises to hide the name of
k the informer, if the revelation of his or
,v: her name will help to clear up the mat
ter. I have no use for one of these
"don't-mention-my-name " kind, and
P such would tind little consideration
d from me.
In conclusion, let me appeal to the
0 fathers, mothers, and every householder
r, in this community to give to our young
t people more social unions and advan
tages in their homes, where the proper
and wholesome amusements and plea
sures may be enjoyed by these young
e people. They crave these things. and
it is the duty of the older people to
t give them the proper amusements
a under the watchful eye of their best
friends and where wholesome hours are
e kept. There is less of this in Manning
8 than there should be, and I do not
a think our young people are receiving
t the consideration in this line which
they should have and have a right to
i expect. Such gatherings need not be
expensive, and should not be. The op
- portunity to come together is all that is
- needed, with light refreshments, but
8 the time, expense and trouble will be a
B wise investment. And if all this results
I in nothing more than securing these
) things for our young people I have not
I labored in vain.
J. M. HOLLADAY
Stores Will Be Closed.
We, the undersigned merchants, agree
to close our stores on Thanksgiving Day,
- November 30, 1905:
W. E. Jenkinson Co.
- J. H. Rigby.
The Manning Grocery Co.
Manning Hardware Co.
Krasnoff Mercantile Company.
W. E. Brown & Co. Sunday hrs.
P. B. Mouzon & Co.
Dickson Hardware Co.
f L. L. Wells & Co.
Dr. W. M. Brockinton. Sun. hrs.
J. W. McLeod.
Mutual Dry Goods Company.
S. L. Krasnoff.
B. A. Johnson.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Walker & Eichelberger.
C. M. Davis & Co.
Aaron Weinberg, (office hours).
The Press Speaks Well of the Big Show.
The Eastern press where the Great
Van Ambdrg Show has exhibited speaks
in the highest praise of the perform
ances given by it. This show is not
only one of the big ones but the very
best in the country. Securing at high
salaries the very best artists in the
show business, the performances are
always up to date and highly entertain
ing. While it amuses, it is at the same
time a school of instruction for both old
and young, and an opportunity to pay a
visit to this gigantic amusement enter
prise should not be neglected. The
town and country is extensively billed,
and there will no doubt be a big crowd
in Manning on Thursday, November
23d, the day of exhibition. Don't miss
the free street parade in the forenoon
and the free shows on the grounds.
Two performances in Manning, after
noon and evening.
The Furniture Man, Levi Block. tf]
Plant Wood's tested and true Wheat
Seed. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Get your Wood from R. L. Bell's
Novelties and Fancy Novelties, and
Toys in abundance at S. R. Venning's.
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Eastman's Kodaks at S. R. Venning's
Je welry and Novelty Store, from $1. to
For Rent-Desirable bed rooms near
the center of town, apply to Mrs. L. W.
S. R. Venning is selling ;the cele
brted 83. Laughlin Fountain Pen with
14 karat point for $1.. tf.
Go to S. R. Venning's Jewiery and
Novelty Store for Cut Glass and Sterl
ing Silverware. Be has a beautiful
For Sale--Duroc-Jersey Pigs, all
from Prize Winners; I now have seven
Prize Winners in my herd. Foreston
Jersey Stock Farm, W. 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--By Chicago Manufacturing
House, person of trustworthiness and
somewhat familiar with local territory
as assistant in branch office. Salary $18
paid weekly. Permanent position. No
inetet required. Previous expe
rience not essential to engaging. Ad
dress, Manager Branches, Como Block,
I Wanted to sell one House and Lot on
1 Church and Brooks streets convenient
to school house. New possession given
! January 1st, 1906. Apply to R. D.
iThe Manning Photographer will be
itown from November 20 to November
22. Three days only. Bring the babies
as well a'; the ladies. A free Photo
Button Ty each customer. Remember,
three dwi;s only.
I For Sale.
s A fine opportunity to secure a good
-farm, 5 1-2 miles north of Manning,
containing 267 acres, of which 100 acres
is in good timber, a good dwelling
s house, and barn and stables and other
t outbuildings, and three tenant houses.
Excellent neighborhood. Apply to
THE TIMES office for information, or
to W. M. LEWIS,
Manning, S. C.
2The Oil Mill will Run.
To My Friends and Patrons of the Man
2 ning Oil Mill:
-I am glad to be able to announce
that I have leased the Manning Oil
2 Mill from the Trustees of the Indepen
dent Cotton Oil Co. and will operate it
on my own account the present season.
r I take this opportunity to thank you
for the support and patroaage you gave
me while I had charge of the mill for
Y the Independent Cottod Oil Co. and to
ask for a continuance of your support
t and patronage in the future.
1 Yours very truly,
C. R. SPROTT.
t For Sale.
II. C. Ingram land containing 190
acres on public road 11 miles from Man
1 ning. On the place is a seven room
11 dwelling in fair state of preservation
.t and good out buildings, also two tenant
-settlements, + of place cleared and
balance in native forest. Dwelling
e surrounded by fine grove of oaks and
a magnolias. This is an ideal place for
r a good healthy place to farm and in
easy reach of market, schools and
- churches, giving advantage of living in
e country with conveniences of town.
y Price $5000. Apply to Wade Stack
house, Dillon, S. C.
COMING ON ITS OWN TRAIN!
Circus, Museu and
--- Will Positively Exhibit at ---
MVaniii Nov. 23.
Combined on ascale of Magnitude never attempted before Comin in all its vast entirety
Biger. Better. Greater, Grander than ever before . AMAG(XIF1CENT DISPLAY OF ENTIRE
LY NEW FEA TURES. Grand. Gigantic. Moral Museum of Marvels. The Great New Golde.
MANY STRANGE ZOOLOGICAL SPECIMENS
Including the Rarest Animal-. in Captiv ity. The Liones. QUEEN., and her family of young
cubs. A $,000 FEATURE-the largest living HIPPOPOTAMUS in captivity, weighing 6,000
pounds. A MONSTER BLOOD-SWEATING BEHEMOTH of Holy Writ. Captured in the
ensest Morass of the wildest regions of the mysterious River Nile.
A ZOOLOGICAL GARDEN
Brought to your city on wheels. THE HUMAIN MNETEOR. the LaPeari Family of Sensational
Aerialists. Hagihats Japanese Troupe, Mans. Carlosa, the great perpendicular Ladder Artist.
WHEELERS MARINE BAND.
The fnest Musical Organization traveling with any Circus in American.
GRAND STREEI PAGEANT.
The new and costly Steam Piano to be seen daily in our Free Spectacular New Street
Parade. A Grand Gala Day. Prepare for the coming event. One titket admits to all advertised
shows. All Children Half Price. NO GAMBLING or Swindling allowed. Honest and Fair Deal.
ng the motto of this vast concern.
TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY.
DOORS OPEN AT I AND 7 P. M.
REMEMBER THE DAY AND DATE,
Manning, Thursday, Nov. 23rd.
H1li MFurniture on Easy Payments. usuuhuhIAh
JSpecial November |F
After the special Bargain Week sales we are again
Sstraight with everything in apple-pie order. The furnm
Sture we show now is very fine. No better values to beE
found in the South. All sorts of new pieces and suits in
_all the newest finishes of Oak. Mahogany, Maple and a
Duigthe wole of this mnhthere etwill be some
Sthing 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
Sthe best for the money when you get it here.
On o hebetvaue e ve ifre s hrepiceBdro
Snt.Mae ton ad n eatiulpoihe fnih
Specil pree no 82I
BeterSuis aningfrm 40 o 65
Bigo hpenbet vaof weee oeweedtins hesrewaypi be hedro
Sudina. Spdecialryngrind ile eyautif4 poler fiar.
an a good sprin.e haye thm2o5y.pw
Te Srigs ran renaeale at0 toi pri-S. 9up
D INIGROON FURNSTURE
Forthe iing romwe onvenient handsfulistamorniture than
siown ebo. Wewaeso etyies in white polishloed nI
i S. L KraTNsof. Fe
.ordaning,.Secal pie whil telat4c-rad
== M rESSn S ND SPOIALL. IE E
A BUSY WEEK
In all Lines sales show that the vast
week was the most successful during this
season's business, but this is past history,
the future is the interesting: and to com
0 pel another busy week we have arranged
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-,
e ing this week.
0 TRIMMED HATS, PATTERN HATS,
AND MADE-TO-ORDER HATS
must all go, and we have given instructions
0 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 $2.00.
Ladies' Ready-made Skirts, pleated and made
in the best styles, worth $5., for..........$3.50.
0 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
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
0- best that money combined with experience can buy.
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