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MANNING. S. C., DEC. 6, 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.
OLD SANTA CLAUS
Will Be Here at the
W. E. JENKINSON COMPANY STORE,
In All His Glory.
A splendid line of Toys for the chil
A nice line of GIFTS for the young
men and young ladies, and- nice STrrA
BLE GIFTS for the old folks.
Ten thousand pairs of Gent's. Ladies'
and Children's SHOES. Must be sold at
Holiday sale price.
Ten thousand dollars' worth of Goods
put on the market at special Holiday
Twenty thousand dollars' worth of
DRY GOODS, DRESs GooDs and SILKs
put on the market, and must be sold at
If you wish to secure the largest stock
to select from and the lowest possible
cash prices, attend W. E. Jenkinson
Co.' Great Holiday Sale.
W. E. JENKINSON CO.
Mr. L. R. McIntosh is improving
Mr. Thomas Nimmer is confined to
room with pneumonia.
Mr. Frank Moffett attended the Bap
tist convention in Columbia last week.
There was quite an enjoyable dance.
given at Institute Hall Thanksgiving
Mr. Ingram Wilson of Wofford Col
lege spent Thanksgiving with his
Mr. Milton Weinberg of the South
-Carolina College spent last week in
Miss Lula McLeod of the Columbia
Female College visited her parents in
Manning last week.
The Carnivel has come and gone.
The management was disappointed with
the financial results.
Last Monday was sales day, and the
Sheriff had no land sales to make-a
good sign of prosperity.
Merssrs. S. W. Barron of St. Charles
and J. W. Thames of Wysacky spent
Thanksgiving at home.
Messrs. F. C. Thomas and T. F. Cof
fey have returned from Oklahoma, and
they say they had a delightiul trip.
Misses Lcuille Iseman and Corrinne
Barfield from the College for Women
at Columbia spent Thanksgivmng at
The young men of the town propose
giving a minstrel performance im the
near future. They should be encour
There will be preaching at Fellow
ship Churcn next Sunday at 4 P. M. by
the pastor, Rev. M. A. Connors. Pub
lic cordially invited.
Marr'ed by Rev. S. A. Nettles last
Thursday evening at Foreston, Mr. Will
Nettles to Miss Lula Cantey, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. B. 0. Cantey.
Married at the Baptist parsonage,
Summerton, Nov. 29, by the Rev. M. A.
Connors, Mr. Harris C. Chewning and
Mrs. Fannie Dingle, both of Clarendon
A tract of land in Sandy Grove town
ship known as the "Blaney Johnson"
land, and recently bought at pubhec
sale by Louis A ppelt was sold last Sat
urday to Mr. J. F. Cole of Seloc.
We call attention of the advertisment
of Capt. W. C. Davis attorney for Miss1
Sarah Harvin of a valuable tract of
land for sale. This place is in a splen
did section and an excellent investment.
Married in the Presbyterian church
at Mayesville last Thursday evening,
Mr. W. H. Burnside, of Lynchburg,
and Miss Annie Burgess, a daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. Harmon Burgess,
formerly of Clarendon.
The home of Mr. R. R. Jenkinson
was entered about midday lasf Thurs
day while the family was out and robbed
of considerable clothing, some other
articles and money. The thief was evi
den~ly familiar with the premises.
Last Sunday night a couple of tramps
stole some money from Mrs. E. M. Flud,
who runs a restaurant in this town.
While Mrs. Flud was serving one of
ohem with supper his partner snatched
a bag of silver and made his escape.
The property in the Fork section re
cently advertised in these columns be
longm~g to Mr. W. M. Lewis was sold
to Mr. Milton Grahamn,of Davis Station.
Mr. Graham is a good farmer and he
will be a good addition to the Fork.
Jenkinson's big sale continues to
draw large crowds to his store daily.
Then tell us advertising does not pay !
Those who think so should look into
Jenkinson's store and see the people
Girls, did yon notice the number of
stags at the ministrels last Saturday
night? If it had been a free show, the
last one of them would have borrowed
a sheet of paper and an envelope
to make an engagement to take you
out. The ministrels charged admission,
but their laundry bills come due on
Last Monday morning Mrs. R. J. Ay
cock, of Davis, a widow. approached us
on the street and handed us a dollar as
her contribution to the Cotton Associa
tion fnnd. This lady said she was bene
fited and felt it a duty to subscribe.
A letter received from Hon. J. H.
Lesesne Monenelier, Oklahoma, says he
has been put on a committee to attend
to the affairs of the land company, and
will probably be out there for ten days
longer, possibly two weeks. He says
the sale of lots is a grab game and the
purchases were made in different
Barlow's Minstrels gave a perform
ance here last Saturday night to a fairly
good audience. The performance, con
sidering the cramped condition of the
stage, was excellent. T his company
can play a return engagement to a
packed house if they will come back
any other than a Saturday night. Every
body was pleased with it.
Is there any gambling going on in
this town ? This question has been put
to us recently, and we are unable to
answer it, but the authorities should, if
the thing is going on, see to it that it is
broken up. We have no desire to dis
turb the pleasures of our young men,
but if they are being led into vices which
can only result in injury to them it is
for their good that means be adopted to
Married last Thursday evening, at
the residence of the bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Ingram, by Rev. J.
M. Holladav, Mr. Edward C, Hortcn
and Miss Janie Ingram. The couple
were the recipients of some very hand
some presents. and they start out in life
with the good wishes of a host of
friends. Immediately after the ecre
monv the Carnival band gave them a
A union social club has bceu organized
in this town for the purpose of promot
ing refined social intercourse among our
young people. The first meeting was
held at the residence of "Mr. Joseph
Sprott, and last evening another meet
ing was held at the residence of Captain
W. C. Davis, and at this meetng the
following otlicers were elected : Mr. I.
M. Woods, President: Miss 3argie C.
Appelt. Vice President: and Miss Fran
cis Davis, Secretary. This is an excel
lent move, and we know it will be of
great pleasure and profit to all those
that come within its influence.
St. Peters Lodge No. 54, A. F. 'M.
will have a communication this evening
and there will be work in the Master's
Degree, the annual election of officers,
and one of Jud White's justly cele
brated oyster suppers. A full attend
ance is earnestly desired. and as much
is to be done, the Worshipful 'Master
will call the lodge to order at 6 o'clock,
work until 8 o'clock, and then call off
for refreshments, after which the new
ly elected officers will be installed Let
there be a good turnout. The elder
members should be out in full force to
meet their younger brethern.
The pastor of the Jordan Circuit
Rev. S. D. Bailey entertained at his
home at Jordan the stewards of his
charge last Thursday, and the occasion
was a pleasant. After dinner the
"fifth quarter" met a final settlement
was made, and Mr. Bailey is proud of
the results. This Circuit has done well
under the oresent minister's charge.
His work is'gratifying to his members,
and no one feels prouder of the good
results than the pastor himself.
He is beloved by his congregations.
and he has made many friends outside
of his own church. As a Thanksgiving
offering some of his members remem
bered him with the good things of this
life, which he appreciates as only a
Methodist preacher and .a newspaper
A fire fiend is about iii the land, and
every effort should be made to capture
him. Last Sunday night the barn and
stables of Major A. C. Davis, about four
miles southwest of Manning. were de
stroyed by fire, and there is every evi
dence of its being the work of an incen
diary. The night before Major Davis
disecvered his mill house on fire in time
to save it before it had made much
headway. An examination showed
marks of kerosene having been used.
Sunday night about nine o'clock Mrs.
Davis, hearing a noise, told her husband,
and he thinking it was at the mill went
there but found everything all right,
and as he was about to go back to the
house he looked up in time to see the
flames bursting through his barn, and
it was only after the hardest kind of
work that he succeeded in saving his
stock. The corn and forage and other
things were consumed. We understand
that Major Davis is partially insured,
and sincerely hope it is true, for to have
a total loss would be very severe upon
him. We also hope that immediate
action will be taken to bring the culprit
before the law.
Collectors and Officers to be Appointed.
In accordance with an order issued
by the State Executive Committee of
he cotton association I will this week
appoint cne man in each township in
in the county to collect 25 cents as an
nal dues and 3 cents per bale tax.
This plan gives everybody an opportu
nity to become members and to have a
ertificate of membership and have
heir names enrolled by the county
secretary to perfect a county organmza
tion. I ask everybody to join and have
a receipt, to aid in the grand cause. I
[ also ask each township to send a good
elegation to the county convention on
Saturday Dec. 9 to elect county officers.
E. D. Ho>GE, Pres.
Confederate Pension Notice.
All Confederate Veterans of each
Township in Clarendon county is re
spectifully requested to meet at Man
ning court house Saturday December
9th, at 3 o'clock p. mn. for the purpose
of electing a county pension board.
A. J. RICHBOURG, Pres.
He Won the Prize.
This is to certify that I drew the
handsome hand painted dinner set of
2 pieces from C. M. Davis & Co. at
Manning, S. C. The lucky number was
1942. Mi-. J. W. Broadway broke open
the seal which covered the corrospond
Signed- R. T. HARvIN, Summerton.
Witness-JOHN P. THAMES.
DHE above picture of the
man and fish is the trade
mark of Scott's Emulsion,
and is the synonym for
strength and purity. It is sold
in alnost all the civilized coun
tries of the globe.
If the cod fish became extinct
it would be a world-wide calam
ity, because the oil that comes
fr'om its liver surpasses all other
fats in nourishing and life-giving
properties. Thirty - years ago
the proprietors of Scott's Emul
sion found a way of preparing
cod liver oil so that everyone can
take it and get the full value of
the oil without the objectionable
taste. Scott's Emulsion is the
best thing inthe world for weak,
backward children, thin, delicate
people, and all conditions of
wasting and lost strength.
Send for free sample.
SCOTT & BOWNE, CHEMISTS
4o-41 mRAR, senRK, NEW YORE
-0,e nd 00 An dr~usts.
Do Not Kill the Goose That Lays the
The patrons of the electric light plani
have been notified that on and after Jan
uary 1st the system will be run with
meters exclusively and the patrons will
be required to pay for the meters, thC
flat rates are advanced fifty per cent.
.-. W. Scott Harvin in his noticc
says: Our plant continues to lose mo
ney, and in order to continue its jpera
tion we must put in meters exclusively.'
We do not know the cost of maintain
ing an electric light plant, nor do wE
wish to see the owner of the only one it
the town lose money, but in in our hum.
ble opinior. which we have a right t<
express. as the system is getting the
benefit of town privileges, an electric
light system can be maintained for less
money here than in Sumter; Florence,
Darlington and Columbia, and thesE
towns have not advanced their rates a
cent. Fifty per cent. advance is a big
jump. Mr. Harvin says: " The meter
will not cost. on an annual average, any
more, or as much, if you will use the
lights as you need them." In Columbia
our information is that a flat rate of
fifty cents per month a light is charged
and the lights can be used day and night,
they need not be turned off at all. and
yet this plant lives and pays dividends
to its stockholders.
If Mr. Harvin did not get certain privi
leges from the town this raise of rates
would be his own private affair, and
those who do not care to accept his terms
can simply have their lights cut out
without complaint. The meter system
will cosi the patrons more, or why the
necessity of raising the rate? And if
Mr. Harvin will force his patrons to use
meters, why should he not put in these
meters at his own expense?
We have now an excellent lighting
system, as good as can be found any
where, but we think the cost to the pa
trons should be not more than in the
other towns where fuel and wages are
An Interesting Letter From Oklahoma.
December 1st, 1905.
EDITOR THE TIMES: I have plenty of
time on hand this afternoon and will
send you a few lines. If it reaches you
in time for your next iasue you may
publish it.; and if not., throw it into the
I am writing from Davidson, a little
town a few miles across the Red River
from Western Texas, about fifteen miles
from Vernon. As you know, I left home
Nov. 20th along with Messsr. Wilkins,
Thomas, Fin. Coffey and Dr. Hagood
Woods, bound for Hobart. Oklahoma, to
take part in the distribution of town lots
by the Frisco Development Company.
The whole excursion comprised about
100 from South Carolina, 100 from North
Carolina, 150 from Georgia, and about
300 more from the States of Louisiana,
Illinois, Ohio, Indiana and Missouri,
making about 700 in all. The excur
sionists were under the impression that
the lots were to be awarded like the
government awards lands, but when we
got to Hobart it was learned that noth
ing could be done in the way of a lot
terv on account of the United States and
also the laws of Oklahoma, so all the
lots which had been sold in the towns of
Arapaho, Cordell, Rocky, Hobart, Sibo
ny, Roosevelt, Snyder and Davidson
were put up and sold at auction in Ho
bart, the sale lasting three days.
The lots were sold by the agents of
this company last spring at $3 apiece,
or rather shares in the company were
sold at that price. Some of the lots
were worth many times that much, and
some of them of course were worthless.
Minimum bids at the auction were $35,
and some of the property sold well. If
all bidders comply there will be twelve
or fifteee thousand dollars to be divided
among the stockholders. The boys back
in the South and up in~.,hio, Indiana
and Illinois were suspicious of these
Western fellows distributing that sur
plus properly, and finally appointed a
committee of one from Louisiana, one
from Illinois and your humble servant
to remain oat here ten days or two
weeks to keep tab and see that the
funds are prope.rly distributed, so I will
hardly be home before about the 10th
Oklahoma is a great country. It has
only been opened up for settlement
about ten years, and some towns which
were started four years ago now have
five to seven thousand population-Ho
bart for instance. I bought five town
lots in Davidson, representing Billy
Jenkinson, Ike Appelt and myself. This
is a little town four years old, with only
a few hun~dred people, but all here say
" she's a comino- town" some day. I
think Billy and ' will have to make Ike
come out here and look after our little
Oklahoma and Indian Territory con
tain perhaps the richest farming lands
in the whole United States. The peo
ple make almost everything and they
This town is in Comanche County and
the Comanche Indians are in this sec
tion. Up near Hobart I went out in the
Kiowa Indian reservation. Those In
dians are rich and ride in good carri
ages and vehicles, but they retain many
customs of old. The government leases
their lands out for them and gives them
the rents, and that accounts for their
having something, for they would never
work and make anything themselves.
The government has built houses for
them, but each head of a family must
have his wig-wam or "teepee" out in
the yard all thie same.
The squaws wear moccasins on their
feet, and must have a big red blanket
around them. The men dress up; some
of them wear patent leather shoes on
Sunday, and all wear long hair, and
some paint their faces and wear beads
yet. There are .missionaries among
them, and some Indians claim to be
Christians. but people out here say they
are Christians because they are not in
the majority. The Christian Kiowa
calls himself a " Jesus man," and the
fellow who doesn't belong to the Church
will tell you "me no Jesus man." Lone
Wolf, Chief of the Kiowas, claims to be
a "Jesus man " and is a preacher.
The weather is a great deal colder
here than it is home, and the winds
come at you fierce and biting, for there
is nothing but prairie, prairie, prairie,
and a few little mountains with no trees
on them, thousands of prairie dogs, jack
rabbits and big Western steers. A jack
rabbit is about twice the size of our rab
bit, with big ears, nnd you just ought
to see him " skeedaddle " across the
prairie. It makes you think about the
black cat story that Mr. Lanham told
on the campaign: "You ain't seen no
ruunin' vet." Archie Barron's sewing
machine joke that he told in Salem
about "running 'em some " can't touch
a jack rabbit for running.
One enthusiastic old " Tar Heel"
from Lincolnton, N. C., bought the first
lot sold in the town of Roosevelt and
the deed made to Miss Alice Roosevelt.
The people out here are clever folks
and wont all the good folks they can
get to come Out from the older States.
It is certainly the place for a young fel
low to come to make his fortune, and if
I were not a well advanced bachelor and
did'nt love South Carolina so well I
would stay myself. But I think I will
turn up home about the 10th or 12th of
The big newspapers contain Ipracti
cally no news from East of the Missis
sippi except. a few dispatches from
Washington atnd New York, and that
makes it kinder lonesome for me.
I will be in Hobart for tne next few
days, and will then be in Enid for about
a week. Send me a copy of THE TIMES,
and if there is any way to do it I would
ask you to send me about three table
spoonfuls of rice like they cook it at
home. I haven't had a grain since
leaving Carolina, and have ten forced
to eat 'Irish potatoes the whole time in
Dr. Woods left the second day after
arriving at Hobart. Thomas left a few
horses, and Mr. Wilkins and Fin. Coffe
left me Wednesday morning. If thos
fellows get off any big yarns just wai
till I get home.
Everybody ask Mr. Wilkins about th
"smoke out" at Hobart and "I don
know, it may be so," etc
Well, I must quit, for I guess Mr. B(
ger and Ike will cuss now when the
see this long letter.
Yours, J. H. LEsESNE.
Fireworks at The Capers Drug Co.
The Furniture Man, Levi Block. t
The best in quality is what you ge
at The Capers Drug Co.
Plant Wood's tested and true Whea
Seed. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store
Get your Wood from I. L. Bell'
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Eastman's Kodaks at S. R1. Venning'
Jewelry and Novelty Store, from *1. 1,
A complete line of Christmas an(
Wedding Presents for all ages at Th
Capers Drug Co.
Carriage and Buggy Heaters witi
Brickettes of Coal. No need to drea
cold weathez any more. With a Heate
you can taka a drive and be comforta
ble. Legg & Hutchinson.
Inconceivable, impossible, incompre
hensible is Xmas without a box of Huy
ler's, to be had only at The Caper
Going at most any price, never befor
have we been able to offer such bar
gains as now in Second Hand Buggie
and Harness, terms easy. Legg Z
Don't fail to see our immense stocl
and the big bargains we have in nev
Buggies, Wagons, Harness, Ridinr
Saddles and Buggy Lap Robes, term
easy. Legg & Hutchinson.
Wanted-By Chicago Manufacturing
House, person of trustworthiness an(
somewhat familiar with local territor,
as assistant in branch office. Salary $1
paid weekly. Permanent position. N<
investment required. Previous expe
rience not essential to engaging. Ad
dress, Manager Branches, Como Block
Wanted to sell one House and Lot or
Church and Brooks streets convenieni
to school house. New possession giver
January 1st, 1906. Apply to R. D
The Oil Mill will Run.
To My Friends and Patrons of the Man
ning Oil Mill:
I am glad to be able to announc
that I have leased the Manning Oi
Mill from the Trustees of the Indepen
dent Cotton Oil Co. and will operate ii
on my own account the present season
I take this opportunity to thank yot
for the support and patroaage you gave
me while I had charge of the mill foi
the Independent Cottod Oil Co. and t(
ask for a continuance of your suppor1
and patronage in the future.
Yours very truly,
C. R. SPROTT.
Notice 10 FeclO, 11i0091 SIIIOMM S
OFFzcE OF' JUDGE oF' PaoBATE.
Manning, S. C., June 1, 1905.
To Executors, Administrators, Guardians ani
I respectfully call your attention to annexec
statute. You will please give this matter earl:
- Very respectM NDHAM,
Judge of Probate.
Section 2555 and 2872 Revised Statutes 1902
Executors. Administrators, Guardians an<
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 thi
Judge of Probate of the county from whom the'
obtain Letters Testamentary or Letters of Ad
ministrators or Letters of Guardianship. etc.,
just and true account, upon oath, of the receipt
and expenditures of such estate the precedini
calendar year, which, when examined and ap
proved, shall be deposited with the Inventor
and appraisement or other papers belonging t<
such estate, in the office of said Judge of Pro
bate, there to be kept for the inspection of suci
persons as may be Interested in the estate (un
der former penalties).
NORTHWESTERN R. R. OF 3. C
TIME TABLE No. 6,
In Effect Sunday, June 5, 1904.
BETWEEN SUMTER AND CAMDEN.
Mixed, Daily except Sunday.
No.869 No. 74 No. 70 No. 68
PM AM AM PM
8 25 9 38 Lve..Sumter ..Ar.9 00 5 45
6 27 9 38 N. W. Junction.~...8 58 5 43
6 47 9 59...Dazell...822 5 13
7 05 10 10...Borden... 8 00 458
7 23 10 21...Rebert's...7 40 4 43
7 30 10 31...Eerbe..730 4 28
7 50 11 10. .So. Rv. JunctIon. .7 10 4 '45
8 00 11 10 Ar...Camden..Lve7 00 4 15
PM PM AM PM
BETWEEN WILSON'S MILL AND SUMTE]
No. 73 Daily except Sunday. No. 72
3 00 Leave.... Sumter... Arrive. .12 30
3 03... Summerton Junction....12 27
3 20........... Tindal............11 55
3 35...........Packsville.........41 30
3 55............Siler.............11 00
4 45...........Summerton.....10 1k
5 45...........Jordan ........... 94
6 30 Arrive..Wilson's Mill .Leave 8 40
BETWEEN MILLARD AND ST. PAUL.
Daily except Sunday.
No. 73 No. 75 No. 72 No. 74
PM AM AM PM
4 05 10 20 Lye Millard Ar.10 45 5 30
4 15: 10 30 Ar St. Paul Lve.10 35 4 20
PM AM AM PM
,FHOS. WILSON. President.
. .THE ..
R. B. LORYEA DRUG STORE
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Prop.,
Sign of the .. . Golden Mortar,
Beg to inform their many friends and custom
ers that they are prepared to supply their want
with their accustomed celerity.
We carry a full and complete line in every de
partment of the
and every attention is shown to the wants o
For Many Years
We have endeavored to give the very best at
tention to our customers' wants, and feel tha
we have succeeded.
Our stock of
Is complete in every particular and every ani
any demand can be supplied.
When in need of PU..RE DRUGS and MED]
CINES call on us and we can give you genera
MAIL ORDERS receive our careful and ix
mediate attention on day of receipt.
We hope for your kind patronage which fo
years we have earnestly striven to merit.
IDE R. B. LORYEA DRUG SIORE
ISAAC M. LDRYEA, Proprietor,
Sign of the
-. Golden Morta,
MANNINC, S. C.
Old Santa Claus
Will be here with a great line of Toys, Fireworks
and Presents for the little ones and for the
young men and young ladies and Pres
ents for the old folks too.
A large line of Toys and Fireworks and Holiday Goods are
now on display and we offer special terms to alf schools who con
template having a Christmas tree.
Ten Thousand Pair
of Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes of all kinds put on the
market at holiday prices.
Ten Thousand Dollars'
Worth of Gent's, Youth's and Children's Clothing put on the mar
ket at special holiday prices.
Twenty-Five Hundred Dollars'
Worth of Ladies' Jackets, Cloaks and Furs and Winter Under
wear put on the market at holiday prices and must be sold.
Five Thousand Dollars'
Worth Furniture of all kinds put on the market at special holiday
prices and must be sold.
Twenty Thousand Dollars'
Worth of Dry Goods of all kinds, Fine Dress Goods and Silks
must be sold.
A Great Line
of Mattings, Carpets and Oil Cloths put down at special values for
the holiday trade.
Jenkinson is always on the lookout for trade.
LW, E.. JENKINSON Co.
!HrWlui Furniture on Easy Payments.lulWAuh huuu
I GREAT SALE
I ew Furniture
When you buy Furniture there are two things up
Spermost in your mind-the price to be paid and how it is
Ito be paid, antl then the lasting qualities of the'Furmiture.
When you buy from KRASNOFF you are at ease on both
~these points. First of alli, we handle only the well made,
lasting sort of new Furniture. The prices are the lowest
Sto be had, since we buy direct ,from the factories and in
large lots. As to the payments, well, you can almost
say you suit yourself, for we sell on the easiest possible
ITHREE PIECE BED ROOM SUITES.
The three piece Bedroom Suite-bed, washstand and bureau
we offer now is a special bargain. The greatest value you ever heard
of, and if you don't thiink-you can afford to spare 911 the money, even.
this small amount, at one time, we will ar range the pay ments to suit
your convenience. Special price .. . . ..$ -- . --- 2 6 .7 5
Another Three Piece Suite, better grade, easy$ 13 1.65
term s, . . - . . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Nothing makes a~ be tter or more acceptable present than a good
Rocker. We have s->me handsome one, Reed and Oak,$ 1.0
- special, from ........ .-------------.
BED LOUNGES. I HAT RACKS.
One of the most useful things IEvery home should have a good
you can have in the house. Inex- Hat Rack. That is the first thing
-pensive and serv iceuble. a visitor sees and the impression
of the whole house is made right
$7.25~ there,' 4.5 p
I RUGS AND MATTINGS.
We hae a big line of Rugs of all sorts and sizes. $ 11
Special prices, from .......---. -------
_up to...............................$-2--0.-0----0-- -
Mattings at special prices for rest of November.
-Do you want a good Iron Bed for a very little money
BIG. SPECIAL SALE OF BLANKETS,
65c. $1.15 $3.65 and up.
~ S I rasnoffan
~* e 9 Furniture.
I ~ Maninrg, S. C.
sflaIIaIemmflI AS OR CnREDIT TOh ALL 11I1IMMM
Are the people who
have not investigat
ed our claims about
Turn on the search
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