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MANNING. S. C.. FEB. 28. 1906.
Publishes All County and Town Of
ficial. Advert sements.
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.
Every Day in the Year.
Things that are in demand among
our various lines every day in the year:
2 cases. 5000 yards, good, yard-wide
Bleached Long Cloth, no starch, 9c
the yard, or 8 1-3c. the yard by the
Good vard.wide Sea Island Home
spun at t 1-2c. the yard, value 10c.
A large line of yard-wide Percals in
a variety of choice styles. only 10c. the
yard, value now 12 1-2c.
A beautiful line of Madras and Brown
and Blue Chambrays, only 10c. the yd.
A beautiful line of Madras. 1 yard
wide, for Shirtwaist and Shirtwaist
Suits. only 12 1-2c. the yard.
A grand display of White Madras.
1 yard-wide, only 12 1-2c. the yard, now
A great display of Organdies for
new Easter dresses, only 12 1-2c. the
Ladies, it will pay you to see our
great line of Black Goods for Skirt and
We .undoubtedly have the best line
of Black Goods we have ever shown in
the spring of the year.
See our Black Dress Goods. One case
2500 yards 40 inch wide White Lawns,
only 10c. the yard.
W. E. JENKINSON CO.
Read Krasnoffs big ad. this week.
Mr. S. L. Krasnoff spent Monday in
Hon. A. B. Stuckey of Sumter was in
Mr. Frank Barron of Rhem's spent
Saturday night in town.
The Woodmen had a big chase in
zheir forest Monday night.
Cdunty Supervisor Owens is now able
to sit up but he is very weak.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wright and Miss
Brown, of Sumter spent yesterday in
Mrs W. J. Troublefield left Monday
for Florence, where she will make her
Miss Edna Brockinton entertained
the Social Union last evening very
pleasantly at her home.
Died last Thursday James Blanding,
a respectable colored man in the Fork
section, near "Appelts Mill."
- Hirschmann has just returned from
the northern markets and is piling up
new goods. Read his ad. in this issue.
The Summerton Club of cotton grow
ers will meet next Saturday at 11
o'clock a. m. A full attendance is re
"Her Ladyships Niece" will be play
ed at Summerton Academy on Friday
evening March 9th, by Pinewood local
Tuesday night of last weelf the barn
of Mr. Jule .Barrow, near Workman,
was destroyed by fire, together with 500
bushels of corn.
We regret to learn that Col. J. M.
Knight, of Sumter, is in feeble health.
-Come to Manning and drink artesian
- Mr. Braxton Thompson, of Beulah,
spent last Monday in Manning, quali
fying as administrator of the estate of
late S. R. Epps.
Mrs. W. J. Perkin of Canada is at
the Manning Hotel. This lady is here
for her health, and we are glad to learn
she is being benefited.
Mr. Hugh Haynesworth, of the Sum
ter Bar, is here today on business, in
-connection with the estate of the late
Dr. S. C. C. Richardson.
We regret to learn that Dr. C. Fred
Williams of Columbia was attack last
Sunday with appendicitis. He was
operated on successfully in the Colum
Mr. Walter Harrington of Workman
is stepping high ever since last Satur
-day, and he now throws his thumbs in
thearm holes of his vest every time he
refers to his son.
J. H. Rigby wants THE TIME read
ers to call at his store and look at a
large and beautiful-line of wash goods
just received. Rigby belongs to that
class of merchants who beliesve in buy
ing and selling fast. :..
-Read the advertisement of D'Ancona
Co., Chicago, the celebrated clothes
builders. Louis Levi is taking orders
for this concern, and the beausy,. of it
is, if tbe clothes do not fit you don't
have to take them.
Mr. Robert L.urn~s, o-rmerly of
this town,now.of-Brenhamu, Texas, is in
Manning, representing an advertising
scheme, The X Ray card. The W. E.
Jenkinson Co. has had a number of
these X Ray cards printed to distri
bute to the public.
- arried last Saturday afternoon by
Nev. 3. C. Yongue in the Methodist
parsonage at Summerton, Mr. L. Y.
Eadon and Miss Loiimse Davis. The
groom is a prominent young merchanut
at Summerton, and the bride is the eld
est daughter of Mr. Jeff M. Davis.
W. P. Hawkins & Co. have in their
stables a fine lot of horses and mules,
and they are selling them too. Why?
Because the quality is good and the
price reasonable. Take a look at their
assortment of Hackney bugeies. It is
surely a fine lot of strong and stylish
The spirit of Summerton is not only
commendable, but it is worthy of imi
tation. An election has been ordered
to bond the school district to raise
$20,000 for a suitable public school
building. Manning should build a
20,000 building and do away with the
present uncomfortable smoke house.
Thieves have been doing a thriving
business in the Workman section dur
ing the past week. The smoke
houses of Mrs. Bettie Thompson where
six pieces of meat were stolen, an'd 'D.
C. Cantey's where four pieces were
lifted, besides, a number of potato
banks have been robbed.
After this issue we will cut off those
who are behind with us for more than
a year. They have had suffcient notica,
an' when their names are cut off they
have only themselves to blame. We
are happy to announce those in arrears
are few in number, and within the past
month we have added more new names
than we will have to cut off.
There is much complaint about the
condition of the roads leading into
Manning and on account of the illness.
of the Supervisor we would not add to
his discomfort by saying anything
about it, but he is better now, and pub
lic safety demands that the roads be
looked after. and if he is unable yet to
personally direct the work he should
call upon some member of the board.
Krasnoffs bankrupt sale at Summer
ton beginning March 9th; is goin tc
give the people in the Southwestern
portion of Clarendon an opportunity te
buy goods cheap. Mr. Perry Krasnoff,
the manager is a stock mover, and bar
gaics await those who read thc. ad. in
this issue and ,o to Summerton t
N1r. W. C. Wolfe. recently cashier of
a bank at Monroe, N. C., in order to be
near his son, who is bookkeeper for the
D. W. Alderman Sons Co. at Alcolu,
has accepted a position of bookkeeper
with the W. E. Jenkinson Co. We are
glad indeed to welcome 'Mr. Wolfe
here. He is a good business man. and
besides. an old newspaper man.
. Maro, the magician. art.ist, and musi
cian, gave a very pleasing performance
here last. Friday night. to the delight
of a good audience. His tricks were
indeed clever-the hands were quicker
than the eye.The enjoyable mystery he
unraveled was the unwindiog of a
bachelor physician. which made the
C. C. ledic. a former barber of this
town, -was hauled up before the mayor
of Spartanburg last Saturday and fined
S20. for soliciting laborers to be sent
out of the State. Quite a number of
farm laborers have been enticed away
from these parts and taken to Georgia
and Florida by these immigrant agents.
They should be prosecuted and im
prisoned as well as fined.
Sometime ago we had the promise of
a string of patridges from our good
friend John Stephen Evans, but it isn't
everyone who hunts that can shoot, and
we haven't got them birds yet, but
John Stephen did not forget us. and one
day last week he brought us a nice
mess of pork sausages. John, the sau
sages are out of sight, but we hope the
birds are not.
Those who want -:o vote for Mayor
and Alderman must not neglect to se
cure a registration ticket. The books
are now open at the office of the clerk
of council. How would it do to select a
council that will furnish the taxpayers
a detailed quarterly renort of the re
ceipts, and to whom, and for what the
disbursements were.made? It would be
interesting information to know how
the S10,000 a year income is used.
I am still giving 1500 pounds of prime
i per cent. meal for one ton of cotton
seed, delivered at the mill. This is a
better rate of exchange than any other
mill is giving, and it is absolutely
necessary for all who care to trade the'r
seed to bring them in at once. I will
shut down for this season in two or
three weeks and after that it will be
impossible to get anything like as good
a rate of exc'-ange as I am now offering.
My meal has been analyzed by Clemson
College and found to contain 7 88 per
cent Ammonia and to have a commer
cial value of $26.29 per ton.
C. 1. SPROTT.
Contributions to the Library Bazaar
are coming in every day. and the peo
ple sincerely appreciate the generous
response foreign business houses have
given to the requests of our local mer
chants. The bazaar is the thing, and
everyone says it must, go - off with a
great big bang. Tb.e Bazaar Bulletin
will be ready in 9' few days and we
would ask our.meichants an oUlfers to
have their copy prepared fofy the ad
vertising space they will be solicited to
take. This Bulletin will be circulated
from every post offie-in Clarendon, and
it will be a hummer as an advertising
medium. Do not fail to get in the
There is a society in the "Corner" in
Salem, known as the "Old Ladies So
ciet." They meet every Saturday at
the different homes. The purpose is to
look after the sick and distressed, pre
pare nourishment, nurse, sew. cook,
and otherwise relieve where there is
distress in a family. These good women
certainly have a ~ble work, would
that all'communits followed in their
foot steps. How much better it is to
engage in such a labor of love, than it
is to congregate to back-bite, gossip
and slander, or even to cultivate the
methods of modern society. These
Workman ladies deserve the prayers of
all good people.
We had an agreeable surprise from
Col. ."M itch" Epps. of Workman, last
Monday. He stalked into THE TIMES
printing department, and demanded
the whereabouts of the editor. He we~s
told the editor was at his desk endeavor
ing to melt his thoughts so they would
run out at the end of his pencil to pro
duce something to read. He came upon
us holding something shining in his
hand, and as weilooked up, he suddenly
pushed forward a shining tin bucket
tiled with cleaned partridges, which
he said was "fer ver stomach's sake."
We gave a sigh of relief and took his
nice present eagerly, at the sametime
thinking how much more blessed it is
to receive buckets of dressed part.
ridges from friends, than it is to give
weekly advice through the columns of
a newspaper. We hope to record many
more such blessings that will flow from
the generosity of ou r frilend Epps.
$j There is no specific for
consumption. Fresh air, ex
ercise, nourishing food and
Scott's Emulsion will come
pretty near curing it, if there
is anything to build on. Mil
lions of people thogout the
world are living adin good
health on one lung.
(Ifrom time immemorial the
doctors prescribed cod liver
oil for consumption. Of
course the patient could not
take it in its old form, hence
it did very little good. They
and tolerate it for a long~.
tinme. There is no toil, not
eizepting butter, sG ec~sly
digested arnd absorbed-bydn th
syteaas cod liv'e oil in the
form- tf:'iScott's Emulsion,
and thaI~.the reason it is so
its use mus~t be continuous.
q. We will send>-you a
sam pli free. .
(J Be sure that this
picture in the form of
a Ibetis on the wrap
per of everyvbottleof -
Emulsion you buy.
Scott & Bowne
*New York -
Vanted-at the growing and husmlin
town of Summerton, a news reporter
There is no better way to help a towt
than through the news columns of .
county newspaper. Summerton needs
this. and we need it also. Cannot somi
public-spirited citizen of that towr
furnish us with a weekly news letter
we do uot care for cssaxs or- editoria
matter-news, live, erispy. and inter
esting. Summerton is entitled to a ful
column of news space in THE TIMES
and we stand ready to furnish the spacc
if a correspondent'can be secured. Ii
would be. a wise investment for thE
business men of Summerton to take
this matter up and secure the services
of the right man to edit a Summertor
column in THE TIMES.
Gas In the Stomach.
Helching and that sense of fullness
so often experienced a.ter cating is
caused by the formation of gas. The
stomach fails to perform its functions
and the food ferments. Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets will correct
the disorder. They aid digestion and
strengthen and invigorate the stomach
and bowels For sale by The R1. B
Loryea Drug Store.
We learn that Mr. J. P. Coleman
Colporteur of the Manning Baptist
church has tendered his resignation,
and he expects to move away shortly.
Mr. Coleman has been engaged in a
good work here, that he has done good
there can be no doubt. and his godly
walk in life has attracted the attention
and won the admiration and reverence
of very many outside of his own denom
ination. It is with sincere regret that
we learn of the determination of this
good man to give up the work he has
so faithfully performed, and with still
more regret that we are about to lose
him from our citizenship. Men like
J. P. Coleman are as rare in these parts
as are the princeless gems that adorn
the coronet of kings, and a community
that is possessed of a man of his piety,
I his unostentatious religious faith, and
untiring efforts to carry sunshine
where there is gloom, gladness where
there is sorrow, comfort where there is
pain, can ill afford to lose him. and the
community that contains such an
one, has a man who is of more
avail, and who leads more souls
ariglit than a hundred silver-tongue
orators that furnish a lip-service from
the pulpit. The determination of Mr.
Coleman to leave Manning is a decided
loss which must be appreciated by
every man and woman,and it is our sin
cere hope the change may be directed
by Him whose purpose it is to use this
faithful shepherd to care for, and lead
His flocks in other fields.
This ailment is usually caused by
rheumatism of the muscles aud may be
cured by applying Chamberlain's Pain
Balm two or three times a day and rub
bing the parts vigorouslay at each ap
plication. If this does not afford rolief
bind on a piece of flannel slightly
dampened with Pain Balm, and quick
relief is almost sure to follow. For sale
by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Stores Will Close at Six.
We. the undersigned merchants of
Manning, agree to close our stores at
7 o'clock. beginning March 1st, and
on May 1st close at 6 o'clock until Sep
tem ber 1st.
S. L. Krasnoff.
W. E. Jenkinson Co.
J. L. McLeod.
L. L. Wells & Co.
Dickson Hardware Co.
Levi M]ercantile Co.
S. RI. Venning.
Mouzon & Rigby.
C. M. Davis & Co.
Manning Hardware Co.
Mutual Dry Goods Co.
Krasnoff Mercantile Co.
B. A. Johnson.
Manning Grocery Co.
J. H. Rigby.
W. E. Brown & Co., 7 o'clock.
Ri. B. Loryea Drug Store.
WV. M. Brockinton.
Aaron Weinberg, 4 o'clock.
You will not find beauty in rouge pot
or complexion whitewash. True beauty
comes to them only that take Hollis
ter's Rocky Mountain Tea. It is a
wonderful tonic and beautifier. 35 cents
Tea or Tablets. -Dr. W. E. Brown &
Grade 1. Helen Baker, Scott Bagnal,
Neta Levi, Gough Thomas.
Second Grade. Celeste Ervin, Etta
lene Duke, Bishop Duke, Aileen Flad
ger, Barney Thames, Annie Wilson.
Third grade. Irma Weinberg, Lee
Ridgill, Preston Thames, George
Fourth grade. George... -TrescQtt,
Mabel Todd. .:. . -
Fifth grade. Mart2tnkinson,
Alice Wilson. ifelen bei'o.-Pammie
Bradham, Nellie Hodge, -uhia6 Cre.ecy.
Sixth grade. LestirVeinberg.
Seventh. grade. 'Virginia Wilson,
Jennie Emanuel, Mary Ridgill.
Eighth grade. Mabel Bros~ne, Grady
Ninth grade. BeulaliVilsos; A neie
Dollard. Bessie Harvid.,.Martha Davis,
Emiie Johnson. Louise Br-ockinton.
Tenth grade. In th 'Touchberry.
Mabel Trescott. Isiliat.-TLsdale. Perry
A Mystery.Myed. -
- "How to keep off petiodic attacks of
biliousness and haLbit4l constipation
was a mysterp that Dr. King's New
Life Pills solv ed for mne,? -writes John
N. Pleasan, of Mag~nolia, Ind. The
only pills that are guaarnteed. to give
p~erfect satisfactiom to:-everybody or
money refunded O6172"7. at The R.
B. Loryea Drug Store
SSumter District;1 . -Bowne,?P. E.
-Jordan-Oak Gro e/arch 3 and 4.
MIanning, March 5.
SCamden, Mairch ,~
Bethany-Bet . larch 17 and 18.
Bihopville Ma 18 and 19.
itila&d-Ho ~h s; arch 24 and 25.
I :eath Sprm Salem, March 31 and
Keshaw- ~mascus,, April 7 and 8.
Ne~ w ion -.zareth. April 14 and 15.
Pov idenee ~ethesdat, April 21 and
Ditrtt onference - Bishopville,
Lv neb6 ;;WXells. .\ay 5th to 6th.
Pnewood. " ndrews Chapel, May
''t1te-B iEem,..ay 13 to 14th.
$~t .ohntndILeabere-at St. John,
rM-~19th to 20th.
Sumter. May 2L. '
A Habit to be Encouraged.:
The mother who has acqggired the
habit of keeping on hand a -bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, saves
herself a great amouns of uneasiness
and anxiety. Coughs, colds and croup,
to which children are succeptible are
quickly cured by its use. It connter
acts any tendency of a cold to'result in
p~neumonia, and if ,given as soon as the
first symptoms of croup appear, it will
prevent the attack,: This remedy con
tains nothing injurious and mothers
ive it to little ones with a feeling of
pefect security. Seld by..-The R. Bi.
.Ldrea Drug Store.
Beas the iT. Kind You Have Always Bought
The Executive Committee of Claren
don Cotton Growers' Association will
meet in Manning, March 5th., to traus
act important business, a part of which
is to push the matter ofcbuilding a
standard warehouse for storing cotton.
It is necessary for every member of
this committee to be present. Those
who have been appointed and will not
serve, will please notify the President,
who will endeavor to select some one in
that township who has the public
spirit to be willing to devote a little
time to a good cause.
E. D. HODGE,
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Bazaar at Pinewood, Friday evening,
March 2nd, 1906, in K. of P. Hall.
Plant Wood's tested and true Wheat
Seed. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Dear Fred:-Your letter to hand. 1
can't meet you only at "The Bazaar"
at Pinewood, Friday evening, March
2nd. I have to bring my fam-ly, so
you bring yours, and we Vill spend an
evening of gaiety.
ONE THAT'S COMING.
Bazaar at Pinewood.
The ladies of the Methodist church
will give a bazaar in the Knights of
Pythias hall on Friday evening,
Mlarch 2nd, 1906. Everybody is cordial
ly invited to come and bring a big
purse and all yonr family and friends.
There will be amusements going on
during the evening. Tell everybody,
send word to your friends to meet you
at the bazaar. Begins at 8 o'clock. Re
member date and day, Friday evening,
March 2, 1906: remember to bring
Notice of Corporation..
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to Commission issued to the undersign
ed corporators, by the Secretary of
State, books of subscription to the cap
ital stock of the Manning Colored In
vestment Company will be opened at
Robert A. Stewart's law office, Man
ning, S. C.. on Saturday March 3, 1906,
at 9 o'clock a. m.
ALEX A. TINDAL.
G. J. McCoY. -
Manning, S. C., Feb. 26, 1906.
W E THE FRIENDS OF C. L. JAMES 4
hereby present his name to the voters of 4
Clarendon County as a candidate for the office
of County Supervisor. Subject to the ruies of
the Democratic party. MANY FRIENDS.
Notice Of Eledion.
Under and by virtue of an Act of the
General Assembly of South Carolina,
duly passed at the Session of 1906, enti
tled "An Act to authorize the Trustees
of Summerton School District No. 22, 4
of Clarendon County, to issue Bonds for i
the purpose of purchasing Lot, if nec
essary, and of erecting a School Build
ing and equipping same, and to provide
for the payment of said Bonds," Notice '
is hereby given that an election will be 2
held at Summerton, in said school dis
trict. on Saturday, the 24th, day of
March 1906, on the question of whether
the said Bonds shall be issued or not, in
which election only the qualified voters, :
residing in said district, shall be allow
ed to vote. B. C. Ragin, JT. M. Cantey I
and W. H. Anderson are hereby ap- J
pointed managers to open the polls at j
8 a. m. and close them at 4 p. m. on
said day, conduct said election, and
make returns of the result to the un
O. C. SCARBOROUGH,
JT. C. LANHAM.
Summerton, S. C. Feb. 28th, 1906.
Sore Muscles, Cuts
Burns & ScaJds
.DrEari S. Sloan
. .THE. .
R. B. LORYEA DRUC STORE,t
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Prop.,
Sign of the . . . Golden Mortar,
Beg to inform theirmany friends and custom
ers that they are prepared to supply their wants.
with their accustomed celerity.
We carry a full and complete line in every de
parment of the
and ev' ry attention is shown to the wants of
For zany Years
We have endeavored to give the 'e best at
tention to our customers' wants, a ha
we have succeeded. -.
Our stock of
is complete in every particular and evecry and
Wen in nee of PUE DRUGS and MEDI
CINES call on us and we cani give you general ]
sAI Oat RDERS receive our careful and im
Imediate attention on day of. rcceipt.
We hope for your kind patroaage which for]
yers we have earnestly striven to merit.
ISAAC M, LORYEA, Proprietor
~ MANNINC, S. C.
C.... Cawa. Pravants Poomi. l
J. L. McLEOD,
Successor to J. W. McLEOD,
Levi Block, - - MANNING, S. C.
At Cost At Cost. 0
All Winter Goods must go AT COST to
make room for our new Spring stock.
When we say AT COST we mean what
we say. so give us a trial.
Salfe Begins Now.!
Some rare bargains while they last.
Our buyer is now in the Northern mar- E
kets with the cash purchasing his new
Spring stock and when he returns he ex
pects to surprise the Clarendon people with
some of the best bargains everlaced be
fore the public.
No matter what you want or what price E
you -want -to pay, come to see us and get 3
our prices. We are here to satisfy.
J. L. McLEOD.
LOOK ONT HIS
Che ukesLotsNow eadyfor ae
This aracvr-pc o bu 6ars li f nsres alos
[h Dewotolts oturse Terace Readyfoilael
Tbi. a couers a spac of harbo.umet 16aces wi othe tetsadlos
igheseart of o-te rtnp aondee takou chrcesshodpoadbs.
eqs ecton.Canplese yu i a ot acigm st owyou hsiwher chne
ou avebeenwaiing or:don' wat loger Thr res of i the tai~ofn.
T HEN ON T HIS:
A fine two-story residence, 8 rooms, well supplied with piazzas, plenty of
ade and outhouses; about 3 acres in the lot. A splendid building lot on each
de of d welling can be sold.
AND ON THIS;
Two and a half acres on Main Street, suitable for anything, but specially
opted for nice residences. We are going to sell this to the first man who will
to buy anice farm of 150 acres. near this town. If you have one that you
~tl sell, let us have it. We wouldike to get more farming lands listed, in
uii'ies are coming in ani we want to do business fore our friends.
to get in touch with those who will have property to sell. There is going
o be some business done this year if cotton sells for 15. cents, and some if it
lls fort' cents. Yours truly, -.
WUMMRTON REAL ESTATE AGENCY,
Surnrnertonl, 8. 0._
You will find us still in the James Building from 9 to-12, a. mn., every dy
to the New Spring.
A SPECIAL OFFER TO START THE SEASON RIGHT.
'aluable fabrics for Spring. Many of the weave suVi6atg with us:
ingerie Cloth for Waists. . yard~
[ercerized Batiste. Big lot -of:Egbroidery from 4c to 25c.
ilk and Cotton Chiffon Cloth. 72-ns Organdies.
~rinted Organdies. large floral ef- Swj.iss.all.colors.
fects or whnite grounds. .Bleg.ehing,. Towels, Table Cloths, a
~mbroidered Voile Cloth. * fyll line.
ilkette Suitings for Waists. - lgennants in Percales and Ginghams
~anze Waistings. . Jst in at a low pri'e.
acquard Zephyrs. F - ey. White Fabrics.
inen-Finish Chambray, fast colors. Cdloed Linons.
lack and White Dress Taffeta Silk. Olothing for Boys.
yard wide. Double Breasted Suits from S1 to
Vhite Lawns. S3.50.
~'ine Sheer Opgandie. Just gotten in a big line .of Men's
VA y~igimgs from Ske to 25e per Hose from 10 to g o value.
' Amoiplete Line of SprinhIliing..
Coxpe prepared to see some very unusual attraieions in bodkgoods and
rieQt ce our ad for the next twvo weeks for pieial ~le of all goods. -_
Yours for busi Ess,
WYXT TO DOSTOFFICEZ - MANNING, S. C. 2
NEW WASH GOODS
We received this week a lot of the
prettiest, freshest Wash Goods ever
seen here, and by far the rarest of val
ues we have ever had.
-Beautiful White Madras, White
Dimities and Mulls of the very latest
type. You can't help but like them, so
come and see them.
White Dimity, both checks and
stripes, fine and sheer. all new. White
Madras in stripes and figures, just the
goods for shirt waists for this season,
and a guaranteed price on every piece
New Line Fine Percales.
Good assortment of patterns to.- choose
from and the price lower than others are ask-.
ing for the same.
Sea Island Percales in small, neat patterns -
suitable for Children's Dresses, Waist Suits and
Men's Shirts. Some very choice goods in this
assortment. Other new Wash Goods here too,
by far the largest line we have ever shown and
we want you to see them.
The New Collars for Ladies
that we are showing is just the collar for y00
A variety of new and beautiful designs.
Fine Laces in Vals, Torchons, etc. Great
est values ever offered in Laces.
A dainty hemstitched edge for collars, fine
Flouncing, all widths, and Corset Cover Em:
broideries, Swiss Sets, etc. Many new and
Many new and beautiful pieces of Al-Over Lace and
Embroidery, light and heavy weight. We can please any
lady in this line.
THE YOUNG RELIABLE,
J. H. RIUBY
A large line of Spring Dress Goods in
both Wool and Cotton Fabrics.
isOur line of Black Dress Goods and Silks
ione of the strongest to be found in this _
One case of Fine Figured Organdies in
beautiful patterns and colors. Value 20c,
but we let them go for early Easte~r dresses
at 12 l-2c. yard.
Don't fail to see our great line of White
Madras, 36 inches wide, only 12 l-2c. yard.
Still a large line of 40-inch White Lawnsi
on hand at l0c., value 12 l-2c.
Ladies, don't miss seeing- our great line
of Easter Suitings: look like 50c. dress
goods, but we let them go for .Easter Suits E
at 20c. yard.
500 pair Men's Plow Shoes at $1.25 per
pair, worth $1.50. ,All kinds of Men's, La
dies' and Children's Shoes at old prices for
One case of Men's Blue Denim Overalls
at 50c., 75c. and $1 per pair.
Two cases Soft Finish, no starch Black E
Long Cloth, 36 inches wide, only 9c. yard,
or 8 1-3c. by the bolt. These goods are very
cheap now at the present prices of cotton.
The Spring of the year is right at hand,
when house cleaning must be done.
A nice line of Window Shades at all
Carpets and Matting, Window Draper
ies, House Furniture of all kinds at the low
est possible-prices. Don't fail to see us.
When .YOUNG MEN,
Whnyou neda riice Suit of Clothes don't
fail to see us. we have just what you need.
Nice, new Spirigg Suits at just the prices
A fulf? line of iew Negligee .Shirts, all in
new SpringTerns. -
Nice line of Collars and Cuffs. Don't fail
to see us for whatever you need.
-W.E. Jenkinson Co. c
P.. S.---We carry a full line of Union-Made Suits and extra Pants
-bearing the label of the United Glarment Workers of America,
which-is a -gu.....ntee af good workmanship.