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MANN 1NG . (., JULY 16. 1906.
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ond Class matter.
The State campaign meeting
here last Thursday was not
:iargely attended. There may
have been 250 persons, and of
these not one-half gave much at
tention to the speaking. The
speeches were about the same as
we see reported daily, with the t
exception, that Mr.Joel E. Brun- t
son gave more attention to other f
matters of the-government, than
whiskey,than he has heretofore.
Mr. Brunson made a capital
speech, in fact, it was the only
real speech made by the candi
dates for Governor. The others
said their little say and when it
was summed up it amounted-to
nothing but an appeal for votes
upon the liquor question. Mr.
Manning received more applause j
than the others, but this was 1
looked for, when it was 1
seen the 'Pinewood contin
gent appeared in Manning,
their county town, they very,
very seldom visit, and rarely
ever do any business with, but
when one of them is running for
office they come and are
are lusty cheerers. Mr.
Manning is related to a
large number in the Pinewood
section, and of course it was to
be expected they woald be on
hand to give "Cousin Dick" a
shout. Aside from his Pinewood
friends, Manning has a number
of other friends in this county. -
He is close to them in business,
lends them money, both as an 1
individual,andthrough his bank,
and in this way,there are a num
ber who realize the importaned 1
of singing the song, of whose
bread they eat. .
Mr. Ansel who stands for lo
cal option, was listened to atten
tively and his- speech made an
impression upon many ,who are
_ willing to listen to reason, and
not be governed by a blind pre
judice, who resent the dic
tations of politically drunken po
liticians, who, to save their pres
tige would sink the State and
county in ruin. Ansel is evi
dently the choice of the element
who are looking at present con
-ditions from a practical stand
point. He is the standard-bear
er of those who would have'such
legislation as will permit the
counties to select at the ballot
box the system of liquor control
best suited to their environ
ments. Therefore, in our judg
ment, every man opposed to the
State dispensary, who votes for
Brunson or Jones is aiding the
friends of the State dispensary
and, if they are sincere in wish
ing to do away with the great
graft mill at Columbia, their
votes should not be scattered,
but should be solidified and giv
* en to Ansel. On the other hand
those favoring the retention of
the State dispeasary, and have
faith in the promise of Mr, Man
ning to purify it, should leave
Blease,Sloan, and McMahon "at
the post" and concentrate their
forces upon Manning as he is
the' exponent of the State dis
The candidates for Secretary
of State, reminded us of the
olden time, when men ran for
the office of county commission
er: they would bow, say "fellow
citizens, I am a candy-date, and
if elected I will serve you to the
best of my ability," make an
other bow and squat. The can
didates for Secretary of State
made short speeches. Mr, L. M.
Ragin being in his native county:
gave most of his time to his op
*ponents. Ragin expects Claren
donto stand by-him, and it should,
because he is not only a Claren
don man, but he is worthy of our
people's confidance and respect.
We hope Clarendon will record
her solid vote for L. M. Ragin.
Of the candidates for railroad
commissioner Hon. J. M. Sulli
van of Anderson, made a very
f avyor abl e - impression. His
speech was more like the dem
onstration of a business princi
ple, made by' a busirness man,
upon a pure business subject,
Mr. Sullivan served in the State
senate with the writer,'and with
out any hesitation we can say,
tnat no man in that body was
more highly esteemed. He not
-only enjoyed the confidence, but
as a counsellor, his judgement 1
was often sought. He was rear
ed in the mercantile vocation,
where he was forced to the study1
of railroads freight rates, traffic
connections, etc., which makes i
him well fitted for the office I
he aspires to. Mr. Sullivan,
voluntary retired from the State(
senate to accept the position of<
Mayor of that thriving city, An
derson, and his administration
has been so business like and ef
ficient that the commercial in
terests of Anderson commend
him to the people of the State.
J. M. Sullivan will make a live
The race for Attorney General
is attracting more attention than
that of Gove~rnor. The people
seemed to want to hear the word
,yon, but neither of the two had
in their scrapping garments.
Zagsdale seemed to have a kick
oming to him because the Green
ille News has seen fit to express
he opinion that Ragsdale's can
idacy was for the purpose of de
eating Lyon, and that he, Rags
[ale,has no idea of being elected.
Jr. Ragsdale seemed to feel that
'government by newspaper" was
aking hold of the country,and as
ie, although a newspaper owner
iimself, is not getting the sup
Dort of a large portion of the
Dress, he is entitled to nurse a
omplaint about them; whereas,
.f his candidacy for the office of
Attorney General has failed to
ppeal to Ragsdale's own breth
arn of the press, he should stop
nd ponder, if these close scru
binizers of ability, character and
itness, have not after all dis
overed his weak spots. Rags
ale's speech was strong-voiced,
>nd hard-gestured, but that was
J. Frazer Lyon followed, and
lthough he had not had the ad
rantage of a former introduction,
4s had Ragsdale at a Woodman
>icnic a few days before, but
nevertheless he is a "chipper"
oo, he was well received, and
is quiet, dignified manner made
or him a good many friends who
sere impressed with his earnest
xess of manner, his avoidance of
anything that might be construed
,s gallery-playing, and his pole
sat illustration was a complete
6nswer to the question. "if there
s corruption in the State dispen
sary, why is it the committee up
>n which Lyon figured so con
spicuously has not put somebody
n jail?"Lyon says the committee
raced the pole cat to his hole,
raced him by his smell, saw his
cracks, found the hole, and when
ae asked for the shovel and pick
to get him out,he is balked, now
e is asking the people to furnish
him the shovel and pick, and
when they give it to him he will
unearth the whole tribe of pole
:ats that have put their stench
apon the good name of the State,
it a cost of thousands of dollars
,o the taxpayers.
The candidates for Adjutant
Lnd Inspector General, did very
.ittle more than announce their
andidacy. Colonel Boyd ap
ealed to the voters as an old
Jonfederate soldier, who has
>een connected with the militia
or many years.
Mr. Lewis W. Haskell of Ab
yeville, a young and handsome
nan was reared in the millitary,
L first honor graduate of the Cit
idel academy seventeen years
tgo, and who has been actively
oonnected with the militia ever
ince, and who, for his military
nowledge, was recently ap
pointed Assistant Inspector Gen
ral, in the place of Colonel Pat
rick whose ill health forced him
to resign, made a splendid im
pression upon the audience, and
we believe he will carry Claren
The meeting passed off very
pleasantly, everybody was in
ood humor, prospective candi
lates for county offices were,
aere, there, and every where.
Little conferences were held, and
t was altogether a typical poli
The ladies held a nice spread
n the court house lobby for the
benefit of the ball team, and it
was well patronized. The:candi
ates had the privilege of wit
aessing a great game of ball and
elp root Manning to victory
ver Orangeburg, and then they
Left on the evening train for
iock's Corner. some few stayed
ver, spent the night in Man
aing and left the next morning.
THEY ANSWERED NOT.
It was a disappointment to us
when the campaigners failed to
nswer the question profounded
y the Times to wit: Why is it,
with a large increase of funds
lerived from the dispensary, and
he increased assessment of prop
rty, so many of our country free
;chools were forced to close on
ucount of a lack of funds. What
ias .become of the money?''
'hen, "if the dispensary profits
was to go into the school fund,
why must the people, in order
Eor the children living outside
>f towns, vote upon themselves
m addditional tax in order that
she little ones may get the rudi
nents of an education?" Not one
f the gubernatorial candidates
dvocatng the continuance of the
state dispensary would say a
ord upon the subject. The
ocal option candidate, Mr. Ansel,
iid make some allusion to it, but
ime prevented him going into the
;ubject fuilly. One of the dispen
;ary candida~tes told us,that our
iuestions are embarassing and if
he people all over ihe State
vould demand answers to them,
t might cause a good deal of
ide-stepping among the candi
ates. He assured us however,
f he was elected the matter
vould be straightened out, and he
idmitted that the schools in the
:ountry are not being justly treat
d. The fault is entirely with
he legislature and headquarters.
Hon. A. D. McFaddin of Co
umbia who has served in the
state legislature with distinction
now before the voters of
lichland county for the office of
aster in Equity. Mr. McFad
tin is a young lawyer with ex
:eptional ability, and we should
e very proud of his election to
mn office so well adapted to his
udicial turn of mind, Mr. Mc
Faddin is too well known to the
eople of Richland for us to sing
ns praises. He has lived among
hem for many years and has
een frequently honored by
Be e The Kind YuHave ways Bmight
THE BOARD VIEW.
To our mind it is of more con
sequtiic' to the people to have
legislation which will give them
an equitable and just assessment
of property, and an honest dis
tribution of our taxes, than most
anything else the legislature can
do. It is well known, under our
present fiscal system there is
something radically w r o n g,
property is not justly assessed,
and there are too many escaping
taxation which only makes the
burden of taxation the heavier
upon those who pay taxes.
The man of moderate means
is assessed for what he has,. the
man of large means is assessed
for what he returns, and an ex
amination of the books will show
those who are paying a full as
sessment and a full tax are those
who own little and that little,vis
ible, and we say there should be
some reformation along this line.
We dosnot want to put a heavy
assessment upon railroads and
banks, and lighten the assess
ment on .the farmer and mer
chant. What we want is an as
sessment of property according
to it earning capacity. and let
taxation bear equally as _ far as
practicable upon all alike.
We are heartily sick and dis
gusted with the biennial cam
paign shibboleth-the dispen
sary. Surely there must be some
other qualification necessary for
a Representative than whether
he is for or against the dispen
sary. It is actually, a reflection
upon the intelligence of a free
people to permit politicians to
blind them with such campaign
The people should rise above
such little matters, look upon
them as minor details, and send
men to the general assembly,
not because t h e y are for or
against the dispensary, but be
cause they are men of intelli
gence, of honor. and of patriot
ism, any other kind should have
no place in such a body; and can
only bring discredit upon those
who send them.
Editor The Manning Times:
A party of "fans" went over
to Manning on professional busi
ness last Thursday the 12th and
took in the ball game in the af
ternoon. They were the first fans
that have have visited Manning
ball games this season from here
and the visit caused the luck to
On the evening of the 13th a
ball game was pulled off between
the "Hate-to-Lose" singles and
the "Got to Win" married men
clubs. It finished, singles 25,
The two-months old infant
of Mrs. Lawrence Griffin (nee
Nannie Lowde) deceased died
at the home of its grand-mother,
Mrs. Ella Lowde on the 12th
and was buried besides its mother
at Andrew's Chapel on 18th.
Mr. T. B. Mims visited his
brother at Eloree on the 14th.
Mr. C. L. Cuttino and family
of Sumter, came down last Sat
arday morning to visit at the
former home of Mrs. Cuttino.
Mr. W. S. Jones of Sumter,
came down last Saturday to
settle the life insurance colicies
of the late Hon. J. E. Tindal with
with the Equitable Co.
Mr. Philip Gaillard has been
visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. R. M. Brailsford.
In a few weeks' one of the best
staged plays will be given here,
in the hall, for the benefit of the
church. The date will be an
nounced later. A superb dem
onstration of home talent will
be given by a lively company,
beavy of pretty girls.
While returning home last Fri
day evening from Panola, Rev.
L. L. Inabenit and Rev. Nelson
J. Brown were riding together
when Mr. Inabenit's horse made a
dash throwing him out, which
left Mr. Brown alone lin the
buggy, the horse continued on in
his mad fright until he struck a
tree,throwing Mr. Brown violent
ly to the ground, and bruising
him up very much. The buggy
was reduced to splinters. Mr.
Brown being 70 years old, it is
marvelous how he ever escaped
Miss Mamie Richardson will
leave on the 19th for Asheville,
On Monday evening when the
north bound local freight started
in a switch, the colored switch
man attempted to jump on the
pilot of the engine but missed
his footing and his foot was badly
lacerated before the train could
One of the "I am it" spent
Sunday in a hospitable home not
far away from town and reports
that he saw absolutely the finest
piece of corn that ever grew in
this county, or the desert of Sa
hara. :It must have been tall
corn, for the wind storm that
came up Sunday near blowing off
one ear from a stalk, and when it
hit the ground, it made an im
pression in the earth that they
now have a everfiowing well,
which spouts forth pure water.
This one particular neccessaries
of life, although the breezes are
hard, but as a rule soothing
makes upper Clarendon very
attractive, for good health matri
mony and youngsters.
There is more Catarrh in this section of the
ndunti thelast few years ws suppoe t ber
oc It a ot disease and prescribd loa
loa treatment, pronounced it inurable. Scec
as Proven catar tob a consitutona di
ment, Hallrs Catarrh Cure, mnnufactured by
constittonal cure on th arket Ititae
surfaces of the system. They offer one hun
dred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send
sArss F. d. sCHENY & CO., Toledo, 0.
F ditor The Manning Times:
Summerton and Florence play
ed three games of ball here last
week, the first Summerton won
by a score of 9 to 3, Florence
taking the second 3 to 1. Sum
merton won the last 7 to 1.
The Florence boys are agentle
manly set of yonng fellows and
play good, clean ball.
Dr. Keith Howle and Herman
Huggins spent Saturday in town.
Messrs Coffey and Rigby of
Manning were here Friday.
Chief'Briggs and H. A. Tis
dale went to Manning Friday.
Engineer Seymour is able to
be out again.
Dr. M. D. Wells had a brick to
fall on his foot the other day
which put him out of business
for a few days.
The S. M. Colclough Hard
ware Co., have added a large
warehouse to rear of their store.
Mr. J. F. Richbourg attended
the Tillman meeting in Orange
burg last Friday.
Prof. H. A. C. Walker arrived
Friday for a few days stay.
Hon. R. B. Smyth and family
are visiting in Charleston.
Messrs Ransom and Manning
Richardson spent last week in
Mr. G. M. Bradham and fam
ily of Manning spent last week
with relatives here.
Judge Richbourg returned last
Friday from a . business trip to
Conducted by Paxvfle W. C. 'T. L.
National Motto-"For God. Home and Na
State Motto-" Be Strong and of Good Cour
O Watchword-Agitate, Educate, Organize.
"God helping mc, I promise not to buy,
drink, sell or give
Intoxicating liquors while I live;
From bad companions I'll refrain
And never take Gods name in vain"
A Polygamous Wife.
My dear Laura:
I am sitting in the lovely cham
ber which Lula has prepared for
me during my stay with her.and
as I look from its windows, a
beautiful panorama is spread out
before me. Over yonder is the
great Mormon temple, beautiful
for situation,even as the Temple
of old, and, like it, sheltering so
much of evil that we long for a
Master in this ~day to come in
and purge it of its defilement.
The more I see of this Mor
manism, the more I recognize
the transcendent cunning of its
infamous founders. Keen to read
poor, simple human nature,they
have built up a system of kingly
oppression in the name of a bo
gus and man-made religion which
like a huge cancer, is eating into
the very life of our fair republic.
The revenues of this ruling
czar of Mormonism must be im-.
mense, as he exacts a tenth of
tlhe earnings of every Mormnon
subject-be they civil,industrial,
or educational,a continualstream
quite apart from the support of
the church at. large. It is no
wonder that Brigham Young and
his successors could live in ori
-ental luxury and die rich when a
gullible people could be so easily
and successfully fleeced.
Not only is polygamy (the un
speakable degradation of women)
a menace and corruption,but the
entire system also, and a clarion
call should ring throughout our
country until the powers at
Washington are fully aroused to
the need of immediate and dras
tic measures. I can see that the
cloud of oppression is rising
over this beautiful liome in
which am a guest, and Lula look
ed up anxiously when Mr. Tuck
er came in to lunch. He had a
worried, perplexed look which I
was sorry to see on his -frank,
"Will is so outspoken," Lula
said to me after lunch was over
and the children gone back to
school. "Since this senatorial
matter has been under consider
ation he has come under the ban
of the church more fully than
ever before. It has seemed so
dreadful to him that our fair
state should be represented in
the national councils by a man
who is sworn, and doubly sworn,
to obeyand uphold the .church,
first, last, and all the time in
preference to his country, that
he has expressed himself more
forcibly than is safe."
"Then you do not consider a
Mormon apostle a fit subject for
senatorial honors?" 1 asked.
How can he be?" Lula inquir
ed warmly. "The very nature
of the terrible oath which an
apostle takes disqualifies him for
a good citizen even, to say noth
ing of making the laws of the
nation. The apostles are pledged
to bend every influence to the
building up of the Mormon re
ligion; to oppose unalterably
every law which would lessen or
curtail its power; to hang like a
dead weight on every effort to
reform its abuses. Is such a man
the one we want to make the
laws for all the people?"
"It was a cunning move to get
such a representative' elected,"
I said. "I do not pretend to un
derstand Mormon politics, but I
can readily see where sucli a
power at headquarters could
make himself useful, with his
unspoken allegiance to h i s
church overriding his patri
"Just so. Mabel. It is what
we fear-the wheel within a
wheel, to strengthen the already
dangerous power of this wicked
hierarchy. You can see the
meaning of polygamy, Mabel.
Not alone indulgence but rapid
increase in power, as unlimited
numbers of children are born to
be reared up in the church. This
costly proselyting; .to bring in
vast numbers of converts with
their unceasing tithes pouring
into the president's coffers, and
into the church, and to overrun
into other states and territories.
They make their boasts (where
it is safe) that they will yet hold
the balance of power in the po
litical and religious world; and
it is all so insidious, so silent,
that when the light is thrown on
their doings and their work it is
like uncovering a swarming ant's
nest where but two or three wan
dering ants betrayed its possible
existence. You can see the spir
it of the so-called religious lead
ers. Will's business has hereto
fore been conducted on a safe
and profitable basis, but he is
beginning to feel the iron hand
of the church. Nearly every day
a Mormon claw catches on to his
financial affairs in a way ;so sly
and subtle that ther is no way to
foresee it. They are bound to
ruin us, and,sooner or later,they
will accomplish their object."
"Lula, my dear, is there no
help?" I asked in horrified sur
prise, her tone was so assured
and hopeless. "Why do younot
sell out and go away while you
"Will is a fighter," Lula re
plied with a smile which had lit
tle merriment in it, and it is
never his way to run from an
enemy and take his shot in the
back. Like many other Gen
tiles, he is hoping for better
legislation, which will in time
remedy these conditions and clip
this power to do evil,and he con
siders it a duty to help redeem
this fair 'land from the blight
which has fallen upon it."
I am sorry indeed, my dear
Laura, to write you a letter with
so many shadows in it; but some
way the Mormon menace is like
the drink evil; there is no bright
side to it that I have yet discov
ered. I have seen more sad,hope
less faces amongMormon women
than I have ever seen before in
all my life.
Lula and I were out driving
yesterday, and as we passed a
handsome home on one of the
avenues, she rerharked to me.
"One of the saddest tragedies
has just been enacted there. A
beautifal young girl. an only
daughter,was engaged to a young
man fully worthy of her in every
way. He was a progressive
young Mormon,who does not be
lieve in polygamy or in the in
fallibility of the priesthood, and
was -not afraid to say so openly.
One of the lecherous old apos
ties fixed his covetous eyes on
the young girl's beauty, and de
termined to have her for his wife.
On her indignant refusal the
young man was subjected to such
unspeakable. treatment that he
is now a raving lunatic; and the
young woman took her own life
rather than endure it as the wife
of a man she detested and de
This, Laura, is Mormnonism
The Following F
ONE-two-story' store, 20145, and lot 75x150 feet.
building on the lot rents for $300.00. I
ONE dwelling-S rooms, beautiful sower yard,:a
lot contains about 3~acresi Eastern f
ing at $4250.00. A. 6500.00 lot can'be so
ONE dwelling-6 rooms with out-houses on a
houses. Price $2100.00, one half cash1
ONE 6 room dwelling-right new, lot in new sec
painted throughout. Fence and barn.
ONE farm of 256 acres-one and a half miles frol
30 of this is nne long leaf. 8 tenant houn
dwelling. Other particulars u'pon app]
ONE lot-on Main stret near depot. This lot ca
.it to you. It is well suited for any bus
ONE tract of land 3 miles from Summierton. 10(
Price upon application.
ONE 7 room dwelling-bran new with lot 105x301
conveniences. This house is made of
town. Price now $3500.00.
These are a few of the bargains we are offerin]
tell you of some others. we still have some !
prices to settlers and also to speculators. We
we will be glad to list many other properties,
sale. so if you'have any property that you
can be well advertised. If you want to buy let us
EHave on hand a
which mustbe s<
April, and we a:
one Carload of the celebrated
This is the best Buggy that has
Come while they are fresh and se
,. well as durability. We are als
and will be able to satisfy all purchaser
Also, a fine assortment of One and Two
and Piedmont people, the best manufac
Harness, Double and Single, Slip Geari
etc. We thank the people for their libe
deavor to act so in the future as to main
W. P. H au
Conservatory of Music.
PARENTS Ancient Language
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tragedy; hopeless, iear etiding
But I must clostii dear,hop
ing to find some gliipses of the
bright side, if there be any, for
YoUR Lovixc MABEL.
N. B. Truth, St. Paul, June 31, '0S.
I've lived so long, I remember well
when the Mississippi was a brook. My
good health and ]ong life came by tak
ing Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea.
35 cents. Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.
New Zion Dots.
Editor The -Mapning Times:
Miss Lida McFaddin visited
Miss Pearl Wheeler last week.
Miss Lilly McElveen of Lake
City visited Miss Minnie Gibbon
Mr. Motley of the Lake City
tobbacco warehouse was through
here last week.
Dr. J. H. Hawkins of Man
ning has been visiting relatives
Miss Minnie Turbeville has re
turned from a visit to Pinewood.
Bow Legged Men.
Do not revile the bow legged man,
for he plays an important part in the
world. It is estimated that 40 per cent
of mankind are bow legged, so nu
merically thfa class is entitled to great
respect. Bow legs invariably accom
pany a robust physique. We find them
one of the conspicuous- features of
athletes. Comedians are almost al
ways bow legged. Of the bow legged
geniuses to which humanity .points
with pride the most illustrious ex
amples are Caesar, Horace, Napoleon,
Wellington, Schopenhauer and Cavour,
the celebrated Italian statesman.-Lon
The Bright Side.
Words of cheer are words of help;
words of gloom are words of harm.
There Is a bright side and, a .dark side
to every phase of life and to every =
hour of time. If we speak of the
bright side, we bring the brightness 2
Into prominence; if we speak of the
dark side, we deepen its shadows. It
is in our power to help or to hinder by
a word any and every person with
whom we come in contact
In the Hall of Fame.
"His father is in the hall of fame."
"Why, I didn't know the old gentle
man was dead."
"Have to be dead to be In there?"
"Well, he is only in 'there dusting the
The height of superfluity was voiced'
the other day by a commuter who said
that he regarded a celtain man, then
under discussion, as the fourth ball to -
a pawnbroker's sign.-Puck.
Pursue not a victory too far. He
bath conqered- well that has made his
enemy fly. Thou mayest beet him to
a desperate resistance, which may ruin
Bars A The Kimd You Have Always Bcughit
roperties for Sale:
This store is well finished and with a smal
111 necessary out-buildings, well set in fruit trees,
ront and one of the best built houses in town, go
Id off of each side and leave an acre for the pres
2 acre lot. well fenced. Two tenant or servant
>alance In installments with interest.
tion. fast building up. House well finished, and
:n Sumnmerton. i3& acres cleared, 121 in timber,C
ies, well supplied with out-buildings and a 7 room
nnot be duplicated in this locality. Let us show
iess purpose, especially manufacturing.
acres can be cleared. 60 no-v under cultivation.
feet. Barn and stabl, servant house and other
xceptionly good stuff and in a splendid section of
now. If none of these meet your wants, let us
:ood building lots, which we are offering at fair
will be glad to answer inquiries, and give fuller
remember it cost you nothing unless we make a
will sell, let us put it before the public now so it
know so iwe can help you to locate good property.C
I ESTATE AGENCY,
ton, S. C.
nice lot of Horses and Mules,
:ld between thi s and the 1st of
re receiving for our spring trade
evr been sold on this market.
lect one for beauty and comfor-t,
who will place their trade with us.
-horse Wagons. made by the Rackney j
turers in the South. Also full line of
-for wagons; Collars, Bridles, Whips,
ral trade to us in the past, and will en
taiu their cogfidence and support.
rkins & Co.
by and Typewriting.F
s, Latin and Greek.
ad Cooking Classes.
dern Languages, French and
German. Expenses Moderate.
es., Orangeburg, S. C.~
In one of our show Windows you will
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
Istore; which entitles the holders to a chance
Iat this Set. Don't forget to see it, and have
us explain, and if you are looking for
SHOES, HATS, CAPS, SHIRTS, HEAVY UN
DER WEAR OR GENTS' FURNISHINGS.
of any kind, come to see us before you buy.
Money saved is money usade. We especially
invite.your attention to our Lineof
Pieces 50c., 28 inch Silk
Sthe yard, for
Ten Days Only.
~May 3rd. Never before
~or aanwill you have
Sa chance to get an
A LL SILK
SDress at this price. 10
Sdays from May 3rd.