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MANNING, S. C., JCLY 4, 1906.
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ond Class matter.
THE PEOPLE SHOULD THINK AND ACT.
There is altogether too tuch
apathy on the part of the people
with regard to our political af
fairs. There must be a cause
for thisbecause the rule has been
that people were anxious to
know who would represent them
in the law-making body of the
State, but this year they
will not interest themselves
sufficiently to make the effort to
induce the proper material-men
that are not political time-serv
ers who become candidates to
gratify cheap vanity, but men
who are public spirited and are
always identified with those
things which look to the better
ment of the peoples condition
the class of men who can be
counted upon, to aid in a move
ment for the general good, and
which requires sacrifices both in
time and money, are' the very
class that should be invited into
the field of political -action, es
pecially when the conditions are
as now. Men who work for the
public welfare in our industrial
and commercial affairs do not ex
pect any other reward than that
which comes out of their suc
cess, when the general public is
also benefitted; these are the
true patriots, and they would, if
brought to the front, bring bus
iness sense into our political af
fairs and once more have us rep
resented as an intelligent people
deserve to be.
We would not give one good
public-spirited citizen who is al
ways trying to do something for
the public good, for a dozen bi
ennial wind-jammers who have
nothing but promise and gab,
and that only when there is an
office in sight. These biennial
wind-jammers are never known
to have a part in a movement for
the public good,theyarenoteven
heard of in matters which re
quire brain and money with no
recompense--they simply never
hear a call for 'anything except
office. It is high time the peo
ple were looking around for more
substantial timber. It is to their
interest to do so,
The farmers, merchants, and
bankers un dertook a great
scheme, which, in our opinion, is
the greatest enterprise the peo
ple of the South ever engaged
in. The beauty of it is that it
was an alliance of all interests,
* and for the first time in a- half
century 'the farmer, merchant
and bankei- had his shoulder
to the same wheel. The move
ment accomplished much, and
although things are not as bright
at this time as many had hoped.
the cause is easily found. The
reason the movement has not
succeeded in getting for our far
mers the price determined upon,
is that the organization was not
-given a unanimous support.
There were some of our largest
planters and landowners who did
not give it encouragement, but
-by their refusal to work with it,
they impliedly fought it, and
strengthened the speculator who
was doing his utmost to hold the
farmer in subjection.
Ask yourselves in this county,
who are the men who would have
-nothing to do with the cotton as
sociation, follow these men up
closely and you will see they ac
tually put obstacles in the way
of the organization's success;
some of them did not have time
to attend a meeting to encourage
the farmer in his fight, but found
lots of time in the future specu
lating room,aidingPrice in press
ing the price of cotton down; fol
low on and see if any of these
men are going to ask you to
elect them to some office, if you
find such asking for your suf
frages remember them; they
would not help you -when you
were making the fight for exist
ance, you should not help them
now when they want an office.
The State of South Carolina is
now in - a condition that those
who wrested her from the grasp
of the Radicals never contem
plated ever again finding
her. The most horrifying con
dition of debauchery, thiev
ery and lawlessness is fast
sapping her, and unless the peo
ple awake from their apathy and
call upon men of brain and pa
triotisma to come to the rescue,
there is no telling how much
deeper in disgrace the State will
go. If conditions are not bettered
soon every man who owns a
piece of land will realize the pen
alty-for his not using his right
of suffrage intelligently,when he
goes to pay his taxes. The prom
ises of politicians are easily made,
but are they kept? We wouldI
urge the good men of this coun
a ty to cast about in their' respec
tive communities, find a man
who "does things," unselfishly
for the public good, and urge
him to become a candidate for
the legislature. He may not be
able to make an eloquent
s-peech, but if he has been a
success with his own affairs and
is willing to respond to a call
for nublic betterment, he is the
ind of man needed. He is the
nan who will put our affairs up
)n a business bases, give our
chools a boost, legislate for
Load improvements and give us
i financial system which will in
sure an economical administra
bion of public affairs, and bring
the country out of the slough of
Senator Tillman made himself
popular with the masses bg de
fying the politicians. He did
this in the State, and he follow
ed the same course in the United
States Senate, but those who
ape him have made a miserable
failure of the job. Why? They
were not sincere, and were
merely place-hunters seeking to
take ddvantage of the popular
breeze. Tillman has more re
spect and confidence in those
who honestly differed from him
on various questions, and who
gave him credit for those things
they believed right. than he
has for the sycophants who
sneeze when ever he takes snuff
merely for personal advantage.
We know of men who hate Till
man like they do a rattle snake,
but when they are seeking office
they hold him up as their political
guide. Such are of the "git thar
Eli" mould, but they do not last
if Georgia and North Carolina
-an successfully conduct a dis
pensary system by county con
trol, why cannot South Carolina
Io likewise? The county dis
pensaries in both of our adjoin
ing States have been conducted
under the local option, system,
for a number of years without
scandal, but South Carolina has
a State system which is reeking
We want those who are advo
cating the State dispensary to
tell the people why it is that so
many of the public .schools had
to close earlier this year for a
lack of funds. Where did the
money go? Then let them ex
plain why it is that with the
large increase of funds into the
treasury from the liquor sales,
the taxes are higher now than
before the dispensary was es
tablished. These are questions
which are of interest and which
the public should know.
The time is at hand when men
should be chosen to represent a
people, not because of personal
popularity-a personally popu
lar man may make himself
agreeable with his neighbors
and be totally unfit for legisla
tive duties. Do not select a man
to vote for because you like
him, or because he happens to
be a neighbor or a jolly good fel
low, but make your selection of
a man whom you believe is qual
ified to meet the present condi
tions even if yot do not fancy
-The Gotton Trade Journal,
published in Savannah, Ga., of
June 30, says Harvie Jordan has
organized a $15,000.000 company
to be known as the "Cotton Stalks
Product Company." As we un
derstand it, this company pro
poses to utilize cotton stalks for
the manufacture of paper,'- thus
making an additional market
product for cotton growers.
The Journal, however proceeds
to skin Jordan for the organiza
tion of this company, but then
the Journal 'has always leaned
towards the cotton Bears. and
has not given Jordan's cotton
association much aid. We shall
wait for further developments
before we can say whether the
stalks concern will help the cot
ton farmer. At present it looks
There Is more Catarrh in this section of the
country than all other diseases put together,
and until the last few years was supposed to be
nouncd it a oca diseae and prescribed loca]
remedies. and by constantly failing to cure with
loal treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science
eae andthereorerequiresconstituto tiat
ment, .Ialrs Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only
constitutional cure on the market- It is taken
inernal ia doses from 10drops to a teaspoon.
sfaesl o t an sys t.Te a offer one hun
Adressar a.J CEE & CO., Toledo. 0.
Ha~ Familu ll rethe best.
The suggestion has been
made, and under present. condi
tions, we think it warranted,
that candidates for the Senate
and Lower House of Representa
tives be required to state dis
tinctly their positions upon the
liquor question, and the best
way to do this, in our opinion,
is over their signatures in the
county newspapers. It is deplor
able that circumstances demand
a plain straight forward avowal
upon this question, but the con
dition is here, and no candidate
for the general assembly should
be permitted to side-track it.
The reason for this require
ment is clear. The next general
assembly will have to settle the
liquor control system in some
way, and every man who aspires
to represent the people should
make his position known in a
manner that he cannot be mis
understood. Therefore we say,
as a matter of fairness, every
candidate for legislative honors
should publish a statement of
his position, that the people may
read it at their leisure. in their
homes to enable them to reach a
conclusioni. Seine may contend
it is sufilcientior a- man to state
his position~on the stump, we do
not think:" so, because at the
meetings there is but little time
given for speeches, and necessa
rily the speakers cannot make
themselves as explicit as they
should. and then too, it leaves
room for misunderstanding and
Bears the ~ The Kimi You Havue Always Bought
Editor The Manning Times:
It is a certain fact that Turbe
ville is to have a bank in the
near future. One has been need
ed here for somtime and we are
glad that such is to be had, for
with a good bank here the place
will begin to grow more rapidly.
The capital stock is $15,000, and
Mr D. E. Turbeville who is work
ing it up, has already secured
the greater number of shares.
A brick building has been plan
ned and it will be sometime -be
fore it will be opened up foi
We still continue to have rain
and the crops in this section are
looking bad from so much of it.
Some of the corn and cotton has
taken on a reddish tint, but the
grass still holds its own.
Mr. F. W. Truluck, the noted
and popular singiig master, was
seen here last week trying tc
work up a singing school at this
place. Mr. Truluck has taught
here before and we would be
glad if his services could be pro.
cured again, for he not only has
a splendid voice but is a compe
Miss Pearl Whittle has left foi
the summer. Before returning
she will visit at Pinewood.Saluda
Dr. W. H. Woods ard Mr. D.
E. Turbeville spent a few days
of last week in Sumter.
Miss Julia Benton is visiting
relatives at this place.
Mr. R. F. Morris has accept
ed a position with Clark's Ware
house in Manning and will leave
on or about the 15th to begin his
Misses Rosa Coker and Linda
Turbeville are visiting their
friend, Miss Lacy Hicks, at Nev
Rev. L. L. Bedenbaugh. whc
for sometime has been unable tc
preach on account of ill health,
again occupied the pulpit at Shi
loh and Nazareth Sunday.
The Manning base ball fan.
over here are sick and sore. I1
seems to us that the Mannins
team would make a mistake anc
win a game sometime. Probabl3
it is due to too many mistake.
already that causes them t(
loose so often. They should have
Morris, our crack pitcher oi
their pitching staff. G.
It has caused more iaughs and drie
more tears, wiped away diseases ani
driven away more fears than any othe
medicine in the world. Hollister
Rocky Mountain Tea 35 cents, Tea o
Tablets. Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.
New Zion Dots.
Editor The Manning Times:
Mr. Walter Lee of Timmons
ville and Mr Tredway of th
same place visited our sectio:
last week looking after the tc
bacco crops. So were Messr
R. D. Clark and R. D. Cothra:
here on a tour of tobacco inspec
tion. all of these tobacco expert
report the tobacco crop heavil;
Miss Janie McIntosh is visit
ing relatives here.
I have recently heard some o
our population longing for a vis
it from Miss Mallie Kennedy o
Manning to this place, 'she i
popular here, and a visit fror
her has been booked, we hopa
she will not . disappoint thes<
Misses Marion Hicks and Lil:
Lavender of this place, and Mis
Itasca Turbeville. of Turbeville
are doing a noble work; they ar
going about visiting the sicb
and taking with them thos,
things which cheer the sick, an'
give him hope. They are labor
ing in a holy cause.
Dr. Hagood Woods made a fly
ing trip to Sumter last week.
'rie W. 0. W. Camp No. 32
was installed last Thursda;
nmghtMr. Watson of Darlington
and W. Jasper Turbeville c
Turbeville officiated. It was:
The young men here got;
scare when they read Buster'
letter from Pinewood mention
ing Miss Pearl Whittle, an<
which spoke of her as Mrs. in
stead of Miss. These fellow
thought she had gone and don
it sure, but they know bette
now. and put the blame on you
type setter. We all look forwari
to Buster's letters with muc]
concern and interest. He give
us so much interesting ne .vs in;
There was a picnic at Gibbon'
mill Friday, it was enjoyed b;
those who attended, but th'
crowd was not as large as wa
expected owing to some confr
sion in the date. There was pres
ent two prospective candidates
but no speeches were made, fo
all of which let us be thankful.
A Fine Opportunity for a Young Man.
The University of South Carolin
offers scholarships in the Normal De
partment to two young men from eac1
countyv. Each scholarship is worth $4
in money, besides remission of $40 tu
ition and -$18 matriculation~ or "term
fee. The money is paid at the rate C
5 a month for eight months, to astis
in meeting the necessary living ea
Examination will be held Friday
July 6th, before the County Board a
Education. Arplicants should be a
least 19 years of age, and preferabl;
teachers. Write President Benjamir
Sloan, South Carolina University, Co
lumbia, S. C., ~for blank on which t<
apply before July 6th.
For Getting Rid of Catarrh.
As the season of milder weather is now a
hand, if you have Catarc-h or Catarrhal Deal
ness tak-e advantage of this more favorable set
son to rid yourself of this troublesome. stubbor
and dangerous disease. If the trouble has le
up a little since the cold weather has ceased. d
not imagine that the unwelcome visitor ha
packed his baggage and is about to leave fo
good, for you will soon find that he is stilli
business at the old stand.
Dr. Blosser's Catarrh Cure hits the spot. an,
if you are a sufferer from Catarrh and desir
to test it. write a postal or call on H. R. BOGE]
at The Manning Times offce and seure a fre
Special to The Manning Times:
Dr. G. W. B. Smith and Miss
Glner Kefauver of Hagerstown,
Md., were married at* the bride's
home 28th inst. Miss Kefauver
is a charming lady and made a
host of friends here while she
was in charge of the Summer
ton Mercantile Co.'s millinery
department. The couple will
locate in Greenville, where Dr.
Smith will practice his profes
The Summerton graded school
elected the following faculty:
Professor H. A. C. Walker, prin
cipal. Teachers, Misses Lida
Scarboro. Cora Collins, Minnie
The project to invite Senator
Tillman and Col. Lumpkin to
speak here,I think will be called
off, as the executive committee
has already invited them to Man
N. B. Truth, St. Paul, June 31, '08.
I've live.u so long, I remember well
whea the Mississippi was a brook. My
good health and long life came by tak
ing Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea.
35 cents. Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.
For the Senate.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for the State Senate from Claren
don County. subject to the decision of 4he Dem
ocratic primary. HENRY B. RICIIARDSON.
For The Legislature.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for re-election to the House of Repre
sentatives, pledging myself to the rules ,of the
D. LUTHER GREEN.
For County Supervisor.
WE THE FRIENDS OF C. L. JAMES
hereby present his name to the voters of
Clarendon County as a candidate for the office
of County Supervisor. Subject to the ruies of
the Democratic party. MANY FRIEND)S.
TANNOUNCE MYSELF A CANDIDATE FOR
ACounty Supervisor subject to to the action
of the Democratic Primary.
C. ALLEN McF ADDIN
TOTHE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF CLAR
endon County: -
I hereby announce myself a candidate for the
office of County Supervisor of Clarendozi County
subject to the rules of the Democratic party.
R. E. McFADDIN, JR.
For County Auditor.
HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for Auditor of Clarendon County, sub
ject to the rules of the Democratic Primary.
ANDREW P. BURGESS.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for the office of County Auditor, pledg
ing myself to abide the result of the Demo
cratic Primary. E. B. BROWN.
For County Superintendent of Education.
HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for re election to the office of County
Superintendent of Eduqation.
5 S. P. HOLLADAY.
HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for the office of Superintendent of
Education of Clarendon County, subject to the
rules of the Democratic primary.
F. EARLE BRADHAN.
For County Treasurer.
I ANNOUNCE MYSELF A- CANDIDATE
.the offce of County Treasurer, subject tC
the rules of the Democratic primaryLLS
Magistrate at Manning.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF 'A CAN
didate for the offce of Magistrate at Man.
1ning. Subject to the rules of the Democratic
party. EDWARD C. THAMES.
For Magistrate at Paxville.
IHEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
diaefrthe offce of Magistrate at Pax
ville. J. R. HILL.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Probat4
Sfor Clarendon County, on the 2d day
iAugust, 1906, for letters of discharge
a us administrator of the estate of Frank
Slin N. Wilson, deceased.
C. FRED WILLIAMS,
rJuly 2d, J906.
STHE CLEMSON AGRICULTURAL
Examination For Agricultural Schol.
Examination for award of the vacant scholar
ships will 'be held in the Court House of the fol
low'ng counties July 6 at 9 a. m. Applicante
)m',-t not be less than 16 years of age and mus1
furnish an honorable discharge from last schoo:
atNmber of scholarships vacant.-Barnwell
county. 1; Beaufort county. I: Cherokee county
f1: Chester county, 1: Chesterfield county, 1:
Clarendon county. 3; Darlington county. 3
~Dorchester county, 1; Fairfield county. 1: Flor
ence county. 1: Georgetown county, 1: Kershas
county, 2; Lexington county, 2; Marion county
1: Oconee county 1: Spartanburg county, 1
Sumter county, 1.
SScholarships are worth $100 per year and frei
tuition. For further information call on County
Superintendent of Education. For catalogut
jaddress P. HI. MELL, President,
Clemson College. S. C.
Mouzon & Rigby,
SFancy Groceries, Fruits, Etc.
VEGETABLES IN SEASON.
SAlways on hand a fresh, clean line
Sof Staple and Fancy Groceries, Can'
Sned Goods, etc. WVe supply others
-tables, why lgot yours?
Give us your orders for anything
in the Grocery line. We fill and de
liver all orders promptly.
rWe have recently added to our line
Have you been to see the wonder
ful bargains on this countre for 10c.'
I 5 you haven't, come in now and let
us show you some of the greatest
Sbargains for 10 cents ever brought to
Yours for business,
Mouzon & Rigby.
Ameeting of the Democratic Exec
utive Committee for Clarendon
County is hereby called to meet in
the Court House at Manning on Mon.
day, the second day of July next, at
11 A. M.E, for the purpose of arrang
ing for the County Campaign meet
ings, assessment of candidates, and
attending to any other business that
may properly comie before the Corn
mitee. A. J. RICHBOURG,
Chr'n Co. Ex. Corn.
,Summerton. S. C., June 19, 1906.
Cca an tnlllteh-r.
University of South Carolina, STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
E UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA
offers Scholarships in the Normal Depart- By James M. Wmndham, Esq., Judge
ment to two youn men from each County. Of ProbatE
Each Scholarship is worth $10 in money and $ls Of Probate.
roatricuiation or--term", fee.
Examination will be held at Cuntyseat FRI- WHEREAS, \'iola Lackey made suit
DAY. July 6th. Examination for admission to to ne, to grant her Letters of
the Uniiversity will lie held at thei s-.inic tlim'. r
Write for informatOn to Administration Of the estate and
BENJAMIN SLOAN. President. effects of Milton H. Lackey.
columlnba. - These are therefore to eite and ad
- m__ _ionish aTn and singular the kindred
Notice to Creditor's. and creditors of the said Milton H.
Lackey, deceased, that they be and
All persons having claims against appear before me,in the Court of Pro
the estate of James E. Tindal, de- bate, to be held at Manning, S. C.. on
ceased, will present thei duly at- the 14th day of June next after
tested, and those owing said estate publication thereof, at 11 o'clock in
will make payment to I the forenoon, to show cause, if any
MRS. MARL~E. TINDAL, they have, why the said administra
Qualified Administratrix. tion should not be granted.
Silver, S. C., R. F. D., June 18, 1906. Given under my hand, this 29th
day of May, A. D. 1900.
JAMES M. WINDHAM,
F[sEAL.] Judge of Probate.
Makes Kidneys and Bladder Right 32-3tl
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure ifLTA4g DM(R
Digests what you eat. stoms the cogb anadheasunvgs
We have the following seasonable Goods at prices that will interest you:
HAMMOCKS. Our line of Hammocks is perhaps the best ever shown
in our town. They are rich in coloring, eommodious in size, and are well made.
Get our prices and we will :onvince you that they are good values
We sell the Arctic Ice Cream Freezer; it has been the most satisfactory
of any Freezer we have ever brought to the market.
We have a nice line of Gem Ice Shaves, Ice Picks, etc.
Do not fail to see our tall Glass Vases for longstem flowers, they are
splendid for use on dining table.
We have too, a lot of Perfection Oil Cook Stoves. These Stoves are. not
only great fuel savers, but are the greatest comfort in warm weather, doing
away with the necessity of making tire in the range in the morning or evening.
They will greatly aid you in keeping your house comtortable during the heated
We have just received a nice lot of Flower Pots and Churns. ,These are
nice. clean goods and are the strongest stoneware that is made.
Do not fail to see us for Mowers and Rakes. We are selling, as we have
for a number of years past, the Deering Mowers and Rakes. We are sure that
this Mower is by far the best thing on the market. It combines lightness of
draft with strength of construction. We ask that you examine your neighbor's
old Deering Mower. You will find that it has withstood all kinds of hart us.age.
The Mowers we have are the latest designs from the factory and are splendid
We still have a good stock of American Field Fencing to select from. Get
our prices, we are sure that we have the best constructed Fence made. We
bunthis in carload lots and get the lowest prices obtainable. See ns when in
Very truly yours,
Manning iardware Co.
If You Were Asked
to giv'i your reasons for- believing that the
Home Life insurance Co. of New York.
is one of the best companies, you would probably answer because is is
BEAS Old, Strong and Reliable !
BECAUSE it ss more than a generation since it was chart-ered.
BCUEits business from the outset has been ably and conservatively
managed, and its growth has been healthy.
BECAUSE its investments have always been prudently made, and its
financial affairs kept well'in hand.
BECA USE of the high character of the securities it has always held.
BECAUSE the Policy-Holders have been most amply protected, all olaims
lhaving been promptly and honestly settled.
Is this not the Company to 1-ecomimend to your friends ?
This is what the best known papers have to say:
Honest company found at last by the insurance investigators. Home Life is square.-New
Haven UnIon, 1s-11-05.
The good record made by the Home Life on Friday stood the test of further examination
yesterday.-N. Y. World, 1s-1'2-05.
Home Life fought shy of high finances. Insurance company found with clear bill.-Wash
ington Times, 1s-11-05.
Mr. Hughes was moved to make this comment: "You have apparery -,74.000.000 insurance
in force: how is it possible for you to do all that business with all your ater'unts on your books."
-N. Y. Times, 1s2-9-05.
The Home Life supplied one of the marvels of the present investigation,-an insurance
company without any obvious scandals.-N. Y. Tribune, 12s-5.
The investigating committee hast at last found one company with what is apparently a per
fectly clean record..-N. Y. Commercial, 1s-1s-05.
Mr. pughes failed to bring out a single questionable transaction.-NI Y. Sun, 12-1s-O5.
Inquisitor Hughes finds one insurance company that benefits patrons.-Cincinnati Post.
Honesty found in an insurance company. No "yellow dog" fund. No campaign or legis
lative payment by Home Life.-N. Y. World, 12-9-05.
When President Ide of the Home Lire Insurance Company finished his testimony before
the Armstrong Committee this morning Mr. Hughes sig'hed: "It's hopeless!" He harvested a
mighty small crop of admissions.-Evening Sun. N. Y., 12-11-05.
The Hor-ne Life In-sutrance ~Co.
of New York is one of the strong alid'reliable financial institutions of the
country. Its successful career of over FORTY-FOUR YEARS has been
the result of careful and conservative management and honorable dealing
with its Policy -holders.
THE HOME LIFE of New York is one of the strong, reliable financial
institutions of the country. Its successful career of over FORTY-FOUR
YEARS has been the result of careful managem'ent and honorable dealing
with its Policy-holders.
For further information write to
S. E. INGRAM,
Manning, S. C.
Dividends Apportioned Every Year.
S. E. INGR AM, District A gent,
Manning, S. C.
WILSON BROS., General Agents,
Columbia, 5. C.
A passenger servicelunexcelled for luxury
and comfort,equippedwith the latest Pullman
Dining,-Sleeping-and~Thoroughf are _Cars.
For rates;schedulermaps orjany~informa
tion; write to
WM. J. CRAIG,
General Passenger Agent,I
- 2 Wilmingtonl,,N. C.
In one of our show Windows you willIi
I see a beautiful Hand-painted
i China Dinner Set
Fourty-two Pieces, which will be given free
to any one of my customers who holds the
lucky number. We will give a coupon for
_every twenty cents purchase made at our
store, which entitles the holders to a chance
at this Set. Don't forget to see it, and have
us explain, and if you are looking for
SHOES, HATS, CAPS, SHIRTS, HEAVY UN
DERWEAR OR GENTS' FURNISHINGS.
of any kind, come to see'us before you buy.
Money saved is.money made. We especially
invite your attention to our Line of
C . M.Davis&Co
P ie ces 50c., 28 inch silk
the yard, for
8Ten Days Only.
8 Beginning Thursday,
g May 3rd. Never before
Sor again will you- have
I a chance to get an
8 ALL SILK'
IDress at this price. 10
8 days from May 3rd.