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MANNING, S. C., SEPT. 12, 1906.
Publishes All County and Town Of
m 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.
50 Boxes Tobacco at $3.00 and $3.25,
We have about 50 10th Boxes of To
bacco left oysr from our summer sup
ply that we wish to close out for the
cash at $3.00 and $3.25 per box.
Still a large lot of White Madras one
yard wide 15c value, going at 10c yard.
Great values of offer in all kinds of
India and Pursian lawns. If you need
white lawns of any kind and grade it
will pay you to see us.
ffihen we tell you that all kinds of
shoes is up from 10 to 35c per pair, and
that we now have on hand about Six
Tbousand dollars worth of shoes bought
at the old price. It will pay you to come
our way when you need shoes, as we
propose to reduce our stock of shoes at
very close prices. I matters not what
you need it will pay you to see
W. E. JENKINSON CO.
Read Krasnoff's big ad in this issue.
The tobacco growers are happy this
Cotton is looking upwards to some s
Misses Lillie and Ethel Rabb have
returned to Manning.
Mr. L. H. Harvin left Sunday for
Atlanta on business.
Mrs. J. G. Slaughter is visiting rela- -
tives at Mullins, S. C.
Mr. P. B. Thames of Sumter spent t
last Sunday here with his family. i
The local school will begin opera- a
tions next Monday. Children get on z
The pulpits of all three churches in
this town were occupied by their pas
tors last Sunday.
Mr. C. W. Snyder who is a favorite a
with the housewives and children, is in
a bad state of health.
The reports from the State at large s
show that Ansel, Lyon, and Tillman t
probablyelected. The returns are not u
Died at Lake City last Saturday, Mr.
J. H. Lloyd, formerly of Manning. The
deceased was a brother of Mr. D. R.
Lloyd of this town.
Lost yesterday, about the court house
square, a Knight's of Pythias watch
charm. The finder will be rewarded at d
THE TiMES office. ti
\Mdiss Jennett Mallalu, milliner of D.
Hie.yhmann, has arrived to take b
chard of the millinery department for y
the fal\2nd winter.
Beginning November 1, a rural free
delivery route will be established from
New Zion. There are 128 houses on
the route and a population of 640.
The Sentinel has changed its manage
ment, and will hereafter be conducted
by Mr. J. W. Cargile from Saluda. Mr.
Cargile has had newspaper experience. 8
There was a large crowd in Manning
last Saturday. The dispensary sold over b
$600 worth of whiskey, and many a
a quart was bought for election pur- I
poses we believe.
As soon as the work of enlarging the a
TIuMS office is completed, we ho~ to t
put in more force and additiona ma
terialso that we will be prepared to
handle work rapidly.
Mr. Jim M. Barwick died .at his in 3
Pinewood last night, from a stroke of j
paralysis. The deceased was 82 years y
old, and leaves a host of friends and 3
relatives to mourn his loss.
Krasnoff, who is running a "dissolu
tion sale," says he is a convert to ad
vertising, that as a result of advertis
ing in THE TnME he has made a re
markable success of his sale. 1
It is wonderful how sensitivesome of
these human gad-fhies get, when their
fiy-blowing methods are frustrated by
exposure. They assume an air of inno- n
cence that make a dog laugh. C
On account of a mishap to our ma- S
chinery, and also being short of help, k
we have gotten behind with our job s
work,but if our patrons will bear with c
us we shall catch up and then hope to s
Those who are contemplating rural'
routes for free mail delivery should I
write to Hon. Geo. S. Legare, Char!es- j
ton, S. C. Mr. Legare wili be glad to
furnish the necessary information and
Sunday afternoon fire broke out in
Sumter, at the Sumter Lumber Corn
pany, and resulted in a loss of over
3106.000. The entire plant is a total'
loss. A number of residences was also
The cotton buyers located here are
not without competition. The market
is kept in close touch with Sumter by I
our local merchants who seem deter
mined to make the staple bring full.
The scene on the court house square
last Saturday exceeded in disgrace any
thing we have ever witnessed just prior
to an election. Slander was as rife as
tbe leaves upon the trees, and whiskey
was evidenced everywhere.
Our readers, we know, will excuse
our lack of news items this week,as the
election has had us fully engrossed.
The merchants of this town are de
termined to make an effort this fall to
draw trade from everywhere.
Right Nev. Levi J. Cappin, Bishop
of the A. M. E. Church, will preach
here Thursday night at 8 o'clock. He
is regarded as among the ablest and
most scholarly men of his race, and
was formerly Bishop to Africa. The
public it invited to hear him.
In the last issue of THE TIMES a lost
spectacle case, found by Mr. Willie
Gibbon of New Zion was noted. Satur
day afternoon Mr. Eddie Lee, a son of
Mr. J. M. Lee of the Fork, came in
described the property and it was turn
ed over to him. Mr. Lee asks us to
thank the finder.
It was my intention to have W. H.
Hand for the opening on Monday morn
ing, but his time is engaged till. Tues
day evening, and he will be with us
then. His lecture is intended for par
ents and young people and all peo
ple, whether interested in education
or not. Professor Hand is one of the
iirst educators of the State, and his lec
tures are thoughtful and are delivered
in a very attractive manner.
Let us go to hear him at half-past
two o'clock on Tuesday evening. It is
fre. Jno. C. Daniel.
Mr- F. Earle Bradham has served
his connection with the Clarendon Sen
tinel, and expoets to return to school
teaching. On last Monday he received
three telegraphic offers of good schools
and one of these was from Pine Grove,
one of the most flourishing schools in
this county. He decided to accept Pine
Rev. J. M. Holladay and family have
returned from a stay in Virginia this
summer. On their arrival at the manse
they were welcomed by a number of
Mr.Holladay's members,and they were
also given an agreeable surprise to
find that their friends had stocked their
pantry with a nice supply of good
things to eat.
There come near being played a
practical joke upon two politicians last
Saturday, one was a candidate,the oth
er his manager, or his coacher. They
were holding a consultation or confer
ence in the vault in the clerk of court's
office, a mischievous chap wanted to
close the door of the vault and lock
them uo, but his friends would not let
him. These two perspiring statesmen
finally emerged from the vault,and out
on the square they went and each
would have a little confab with a con
stituent, and in a short while the con
tituent formed himself into a commit
tee of one, and would go to a certain
tore where the final negotiations were
oncluded. Of course these sweaty
tatesmen would not lend any encour
igement to those who would violate
*he law, nor did they lend any encour
igement to those who bought all of
he liquor stock of the dispensary, no,
Af course not; those who did encourage
uch a thing were altogether on the
)ther side, Ha! Ha!
Let us all get back to business noW.
MVany of us put in a great ( il of valu
ible time for politics that possibly
would have been better spent attend
ng to ourjindividual matters, but, if
olitics was allowed to go unnoticed,
hings would get in bad shape, hence
t is necessary for good citizens to be
ome interested, and it is through this
nanifested interest that keeps our
ody politic from decay. The battle
s over, and for two years we will have
rest from those with political aspira
,ions, let us not bear each other any
rrudges because of disappointments.
[hose who failed of election should
eel that all cannot be chosen and if
hev have the consciousness of hav
ng acted square to their fellow man,
heir need be no remorse with them;
,ood men have been defeated before,
nd good men will be defeated again.
)ur system of selection makes it so.
herefore it is a solace to feel that what
s to be will be. Let us put the primary
>ehind us and press onward to a higher
.nd better life, a more ennobling citi
enship, and an advancement of our
A Card of Thanks.
'o the voters of Gibbons Mill. Douglas
ud NewTown clubs:
I take this opportunity to thank you
r the hearty support given me in the
ecent primary. I assure you that I
hall at all times perform the duties of
he office to which you have elected
ie, in an honest and conscientious
anner. Again thanking you, I am
JAMES P. TURBEVILLE.
Magistrate at Turbeville.
Schools to Open.
The Trustees of the various school
istricts, except Manning and Summer
n, are hereby directed to open the
rhite schools in their respective dis
ricts on Monday the 1st day of Octo
er, and the negro schools on Monday
he 5th day of November.
Ch'r'n. Co. B'd of Ed.
September 10, 1906.
All patrons and friends of our school
re cordially invited to be present at
he opening on next Monday morning
t 9 o'clock.
Pupils wili please bring all their old
oks on the first day so that we may
ave them exchanged at the court
ouse at once.
Several new books were adopted by
be State Board of Education in June,
nd it will be necessary for us to use
Jso. C. DANrNL.
fr. C. W. Wells.............50
r. T. Junius Lowder........2.00
fr. F. L. Tobias..... .......1.00
fr. R. L. Bell, to be paid in framing
SUM TER's FIRE DESTRUCTIVE.
ree Lumber Buildings, Ware House, store
and Residences Destroyed-Burned Near
ly all Night.
Sumter,September 10.-Special: The
lost destructive fire since the burning
theEpperson stables some years ago,
roke out yesterday mn the plant of the
unter Lumber Company. It is not
:nown how the fire started, and it
pread so rapidly, that there is some
.oubt as to where the flames were first
en. However, it is supposed that a
ath, or cigarette was dropped in or
ear the planingr mill building.
When the fie was discovered the
timber piant was already a mass of
ames, and the fire beyond control.
'his was about 5 o'clock this afternoon.
t continued to make headway, in spite
f the splendid work of the fire com
anies, until 10 o'clock at night. From
hen on the fire was under control, but
he reel companies had to stay on
rach all night and did not get in un
i 5 o'clock this morning.
Besides the three main buildings of
he lumber company, one belonging to
he Witherspoon Bros. & Co.,coffin fac
ory,and partly used by them as a ware
Louse, was destroyed with a large line
f stock ready for shipment. On the
IN some conditions the
gain from the use
of Scott's Emulsion is
very rapid. For this
reason we put up a
fifty-cent size, which is
enough for an ordinary
cough or cold or useful
as a tial for babies
and children. In other
conditions the gain is
be built up in a day.
In such cases Scott's
Emulsion must be taken
as nourishment; a food
rather than a medicine.
It's a food for tired and
Send for free sample
Scott & Bowne, 409-41s Pearl st.
Chemists New York
5. and...o. An druggists
track, in the lumber yard, were a num
ber of box cars, and all these were sav
ed by Agent Cooper and Road Master
Brunner, except five that could not be
moved in time.
The store and home occupied by Mr.
G. Ed Richardson, and belonging to
Mrs. R. V. Richardson, was complete
ly destroyed, while Mr. Richardson's
marble shop, though next door to the
burning lumber yard, escaped with on
ly a slight scorching. Four small hous
es in Ricker's Hundred were burned,
and one was pulled down to save the
rest of the block. These small tene
ments belonged to Mrs. Lucius B. Du
rant, and were well covered by insur
ance with the Citizen's InsuranceAgen
cy, of this city. The residence of the
Misses Richardson was alsco burned,and
this fills out the list.
Tha heaviest loser was the Sumter
Lumber Conwany. Their insurance
was only S21,000. Their loss, includ
ing three large buildings,with machin
ery and all equipment, and the yard,
with more than a million feet of lum
ber on it, will probably aggregate $80,
000, though Superintendeyt Jackson
will not give out even an estimate un
tWi he can go thaough his books. The
lumber firm will be responsible for
three of the five cars lost, as they had
not been unloaded. The other two had
already been billed out loaded with
dressed timbers, so this loss will fall on
the Atlantic Coast Line.
The loss to the coffin factory was
about one thousand dollars. This was
merely in stored stock,land was unin
sured. Mrs. Richardson had her - two
houses insured, but for an amount not
exceeding four hundred dollars. Her
property is valued at three thousand.
The Misses Richardson, too, lost out of
all proportion to their insurance. Their
home was worth a thousand dollars and
the insurance will only cover three
hundred of this.
Court convenes Sept. 24th, Judge D.
E. Hydrick presiding.
J A Barrineau, Lake City R F D
J E Rowe, Summerton.
C W Brown, Silver R F D.
D C M Vassar,Lake City R F D.
J M Galloway, Manning.
J J Epps, Workman.
H B Richardson, Jr., Pinewood.
3 W Mims, Paxville.
W H Reardon, Workman.
R R Jenkinson, Manning.
J M Oliver, Foreston.
Murray R. Thames, Foreston.
B L Lowder, Manning.
J M Montgomery, DuRant.
J H McKnight, Manning.
J J Strickland, Lake City, R F D.
J P Thames, Manning.
J H Timmons, "
Butler R Morris, New Zion.
J J Broughton, Pinewood.
P M Gibbons, New Zion.
R C Richardson, Jr., Silver,R F D,
R E Smith, Lake City, R F D
Ragin Mathis, St Paul.
L B Gibbon, New Zion.
WE Daniels, Manning.
G B Mims, Manning.
E L Fairey, Silver, R F D.
T J Tisdale, Manning, R F D.
D C Cantey, Workman.
Hugh A Plowden, Wilson.
S E Mc Fadden, Sardinia.
-A M Dennis, Turbeville.
A P Hill, Manning, R F D.
J L Bartlette, Pinewood.
I V Plowden, Wilson.
JURORS 2ND WEEK FALL TERM.
W 0 Beard, New Zion.
A C Cobia, Summerton, R F D.
W M Lewis, Manning.
C E Wilkins, Manning.
A L Lesesne, Silver, R F D.
H L Brunson, Davis Station.
J L McLeod, Manning.
J D Burgess, Manning.
J A Way, Silver, R F D.
J R Furs, Summerton.
E C Horton, Manning.
W P Gardener, Summerton, R F D
M R Roberson, Lake City, R F D.
J H Garland, Sardinia.
W D Young, Alcolu.
M F Barfield, Lake City, R. F. D.
W B Evans, New Zion.
J H Ridgill,'Manning,
M L Hicks, Turbeville.
R M Mellett, New Zion.
J L Green, Turbeville.
W E Davis, Davis Station.
Aaron Weinberg, Manning.
S C Lee, Manning.
D Mitchell Epps, Jr., Workman.
S H Adams, Lake City, R F D.
P B Hodge, Pinewood.
W L Green, JTr., Turbeville.
A Mitchell Holladay, Manning.
A L Burkett, Pinewood.
R M Johnson, Manning.
J W Barrow, Workman.
S A Floyd, Lake City R F D
L P Fleming, New Zion.
C T Ridgeway, Foreston.
J J Berry Manning.
Don't miss the Bargains at D. Hirsch
D. Hirschmann has a .Bargain Sale,
on't miss to attend this week.
Don't forget the Sale, you can't miss
it, big sign over the street. D. Hirsch
Big values at D. Hirschmann's this
and next week.
For Sale--310 acres of excellent
lands in New Zion township, near
school and church, containing, 310
acres, 140 acres now in cultivation, and
100 acres in uncut pine timber. There
is on the place a 11 room dwelling with
barns and stables, tobacco barns, and
several tenant houses. Location
1ealthy. Apply to Louis Appelt, Man
ning, S. C.
No11 is SlgcIoIIy IfIYohile JiIg
For Gletting Rid of Catarrh.
Asd t uh veCarr-h or atarrhal Deaf
ness take advantage of this more favorable sea
son to rid yourself of this troublesome, stubborn
and dangerous disease. If the trouble has let
up a little since the cold weather has ceased, do
not imagie that the unwelcome visitor has
packed his baggage and is about to leave for
good, for you will soon find that he is still in
business at the old stand.
Dr. Blosser's Catarrh Cure bits the spot, and
if you are a sufferer from Catarrh and desire
to test it. write a postal or cail on H. R. BOGER
at The Mannmng Times offce and seure a free
trial treatment. The regular size packages sell
for $1 and contain a whole month's treatment.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon.
By James M. Windham, Esq., Probate
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
WHEREAS, Sarah I. Griffin made
suit tome, to grant her Letters of
Administration of the estate of and
effects of Frank M. Stukes.
.- These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said Frank M.
Stukes, deceased, that they be and
appear before me, in the Court of Pro
bate,to be held ati Manning on the 20th
day of September next after publica
tion thereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
noon, to show cause, if any they have,I
why the said administration should not
Given under my hand, this 4th day
of September, A. D. 1908.
.,JAMES M. WINDHAM,
[SEAL.] Ju.dge of Probate.
akr. Ia and BWndde Bight
To have a happy home
you should have children.
They are great happy-home
makers. If a weak woman,
you can be made strong
enough to bear healthy chil
dren, with little pain or dis
comfort toyourself,by taking
A Tonic for Women
It will ease all your pain, reduce
inflammation, cure leucorrhea,
(whites), falling womb, ovarian
trouble, disordered menses, back
ache, headache, etc., and make
childbirth nitural and easy. Try it.
At all dealers in medicines, in
"DUE TO CARDUI
Is my baby girl, now two weeks
old," writes Mrs. J. Priest, of Web
ster City, Iowa. "She is a fine
healthy babe and we are both doing
nicely. I am still taking Cardui,
and would not be without it in
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Louis B. Gibson, in his own right and
as trustee, Plaintiff,
B. R. Gibson, Josephin~e A. Gibson,
Mary J. Shepherd, Fanny Thames,
Eliza Davis, S. B. Gibson, L. R.
Gibsor C. J. Gibson, Susan Bar
wick, Bunyan A. Gibson, Humpb
rev M. Gibson, Edna E. Gibson and
Ladson Baxter, Defendants.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
Judgment Order of the Court of Com
mon Pleas, in the above stated action,
to me directed, bearing date July 31,
1906, 1 will sell at public auction. for
cash, to the highest bidder, at Claren
don Court House, at Manning, in said
county, within the legal hours for judi
cial sales, on Monday, the 1st day of Oc
tober, 1906, being salesday, the follow
ing described real estate:
"All that piece, parcel or tract of
land lying, being and situated in the
county of Clarendon, State aforesaid,
containing one hundred and sixty-five
(165) acres, and bounded on the north
by lands of Josephine A. Gibson, east
and south by land of Amzi Tindal, and
west by land of L. R. Gibson.
J. A. WEINBERG,
Purcheser to pay for papers.
Manning, S. C., September 5, 1906.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon:
COURT OF COMMON PLJEAS.
Abbie Wilder, iu her own right and as
guardian ad litem for James Tay
lor, infant twelve years of age,
lander Taylor, Louisa Kingwood and
Henry Taylor, Defendants.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
udgment Order of the Court of Com
on Pleas, in the above stated action, C
o me directed, bearing date of June
, 1906, I will sell at public auction, to
the highest bidder for cash, at Clar
endon Court House. at Manning, in (
said county, within the legal hours for
udicial sales, on Monday, the 1st day
f October, 1900, being salesday, the C
following described real estate: ,
All that lot, parcel or tract of land.
esignated as lot No. 3 upon plat par
titioning the estate of Sam Taylor, de
:eased, ]ying, being and situated in
the county of Clarendon, State afore-<
said, containing thirteen (13) acres, and
bounded on the north by lot No. 5, al
lotted unto Henry Taylor; east by lot
No. 4, allotted unto James Taylor;
south by Will Branch, and west by lot
No. 2, allotted unto Abbie Wilder.
Purchaser to pay for papers.N
Clerk of Court C. C. P.
NOTICE is hereby given that appli
cation will be made to the Secretary of
State of the State of South Carolina aft
his office in the State Capitol in Colum-j
bia, South Carolina, on Monday, the 8th~
day of October, .1906, at 12 o'clock noonI
for a charter for the PARODA RAIL
ROAD COMPANY, a proposed rail
road corporation, said charter to em
power the said proposed corporation to
:onstruct and operate a riailroad from a
point on the line of the Alcolu Railroad
Company in Clarendon County about
five miles southwest of the town of
B~eulah, in a southeastern and southern
direction through ortions of the
Townships of Douglas, New Zion,
Sandy Grove and Midway in Clarendon
County, and Sumter, Hope and Laws
Townships mn the County of Williams
burg to the town of Lanes in the County
of Williamsburg, and to do business as
a common carrier over said road. The
said corporation also to 'have the power
to condemn land for rikhts of way and
to exercise all of the powers which
Railroad Companies doing business as
common carriers usually exercise.
D. W. ALDERMAN,
ROBERT J. ALDERMvA.N,1
PAUL R. ALDERMAN,
Board of Corporators.
Pursuant to a Commission issued by
the Secretary of State of the State of
South Carolina, dated the 30th day of
August, 1906, constituting the under
signed a Board of Corporators and au
thorizing them to open books of sub
scription to the capital stock of the
PARODA RAILROAD COMPANY,
a proposed corporation:
NOTICE is hereby given that books -
of subscription will be opened by us at.
the office of D. W. Alderman & Sons'
Company at Alcolu, in the County of
Clarendon, South Carolina, at 10 o'clock
in the forenoon on Saturday, the 6th
day of October, 1906, for the purpose of
receiving subscription to the capital
stock of the proposed corporation.
D. W. ALDERMAN,
ROBERT J. ALDERMAN,
PAUL R. ALDERMAN,
Board of Corporators.
- inZeve *.L1B O3SQm7
We have decided to con
inue to sell all Summer
roods at and below COST
Lmtil September 1st.
Now is' your opportunity
bo get seasonable merchan
Lise less than manufactur
sr's cost. Remember we do
his in order to get the cash.
Mutual Dry Goods Co.
The Following Properties for Sale:
E-two-story store, 20x45, and lot 75r150 feet. This store is well finished and with a small
building on the lot rents for 5300.00. Price 81600.00.
E dwelning-8 ropms, beautiful flower yard, all necessary out-buildings, well set in fruit trees,
lot contains about 3 acres. Eastern front and one of the best built houses in town. go
ing at 84250.00. A. 8500.00 lot can be sold off of each side and leave an acre for the pres
E dwelling-6 rooms with out-houses on a 2 acre lot, well fenced. Two tenant or servant
houses. Price 82100.00, one half cash balance in Installments with interest.
E 6 room dwelling-right new, lot in new section, fast building up. House well finished, and
painted throughout. Fence and barn. Price 82000.00.
IN farm of 258 acres-one and a half miles from Summerton. 135 acres cleared, 121 in timber,
30 of this is fine long leaf. 8 'tenant houses, well supplied with out-buildings and a 7 room
dwelling. Other particulars upon application.
GN lot-on Main stret near depot. This lot cannot be duplicated in this locality. Let us show
it to you. It is well suited for any business purpose, especially manufacturing.
E tract of land 3 miles from Summerton. 100 acres canbe cleared, 60 now under cultivation.
Price upon application.
E 7 room dwelling-bran new with lot 105x300 feet- Barn and stable, servant house and other
conveniences. This house is made of exceptionly good stuff and in a splendid section of
town. Price now $3500.00.
hese are a few of the bargains we are offering now. If none of these meet your wants, let us
l you of some others. We still have some good building lots, which we are offering at fair
ices to settlers and also to speculators. We will be glad to answer inquiries, and give fuller
We will be glad to list many other properties, remember it cost you nothing unless we make a
ale. So if you have any property that you will sell, let us put It before the public now so is
a be well advertised. If you want to buy let us know so we can help you to locate good property.
HUMERTON REAL ESTATE AGENCY,
Uip in the Sky Scraper.
Sunnertonl, S. C.
If you are hunting Bargains no reason why you should not come here
his week. Bear in mind the offerings will be the kind of goods that are
ranted right now. This is what counts,
he Seasonable -at a Saving.
Come out this week and..see the offerings in person. We do not object
> you comparing quality and prices with others.
We have on hand a large line of Fall Dress Goods.
For two weeks I will'offer my goods at very low prices.
lard-wide Homespun at...........-.....- ------- --- -- - --- -- --.5c.
teck Homespun at..--..-- ...-..-----.-----------------------5c.
salicoes of the best kind at.....................-- - ------ --.....5c.
~ashmers at .... .......................-- .------------- .
3leaching at.-.........-....-----..------------------ --------.5c.
~ilk, from 35e to.............---...----- ------------------$1 .0
'owels, from &te to....- .-.......--......-------------.----- 4c.
en's Pants from 48e to....... -....-.-..-..----.--..---..--.-.--..$3.65
Come and see our Suits just gotten in.
A full line of Ladies' Skirts, WVaists and Jackets.
Be sure to attend. Big Values. Money saved and made for you.
It pays to buy from
D. H IRSCH MA NN,
NEXT TO DOSTOFFICE MANNING. S. C.
~W S. Le ICRASNOFF'
We have our fall stock complete In every line and would be
glad for you to come over and inspect our line before you make a
For this fall we certainly have a full line of money savers-a
line of goods that cannot be surpassed for comfort, beauty and
Oak and Mahogany Bedroom Suits ranging in price from $12
to S175. Sideboards of ali descriptions. Any ki rd of Dressers.
Numerous styles of Rockers and Chairs, Wardrobes, Tables, etc.
In the Crockery department we are, as usual, pregared to
show you a Iline of goods from the best to the ceps. We have
plates to sell for 25e a set, also for $3.50. We handle the Austrian
and Haviland China, the best on' earth. We would like for you
come and look over our stock of Toilet Sets-25 .styles to'. select
Lamps and Glassware we are selling cheaper than ever. We
also have a full line of Pictures and Picture Frames, Clocks.
Pianos, Organs, Sewing Machines and a full line of Musical In
struments to suit the trade.
8 Carpets, Rugs
In this department you can find most any-thing you may
want. We have over 25 patterns to select from in Matting, over
100 in Rugs and any variety of Carpet from 22e to SS per yard,
made to order to fit any room free of charge.
We sell on easy terms or for cash, to suit the pocket as well
. as the taste of our patrons, and if you are ariticipating the pur
chase of furniture or starting up housekeeping, it will pay you
to see us and let us figure with you.
Make your headquarters here when in town and let us show
you what we can do for you.
S. L. IRASNOF.
@@W THE FURNITURE MlAN
EDo it NowL!
You will never regret it, will always feel grat'eful ! Not one
Sof these hot days passes but what we have something .good for .you.
& We mean to clean out all Summer Goods if they have to go at sacri
Sfice, and they are certainly going that way. That is why we say DO
SIT NOW. Come and glance over a few of the following, and clinch
one of the Bargains before they are all sold.
24pieces of nice, smooth-finish colored Lawns 7c
i 1pieces fine qnality figured Lawns, Organdies,
I1. etc., sold all this season at 12 1-2c the yard, -
now cleaning up for....................O C.
20piecesof good washable colored Lawns, worth 4c
U 1-c, tobe run offa$5.................. .
pieces Swiss, very fine quality, sold all the 1f.
season at 15c , closing out at..............I e
pieces good Cotton Voile, worth 12 1-2c. the
5 yard. We don't need same any longer, so they
pieces Muil worth 15c, closing them out at.. U2.
9 pieces nice White Waisting, worth 10e. and1
7 12 1-2c. any time. Closing this bargain at...3.
15 pieces 15c. White Waist Goods at........ O~.
__Goods, at...............................72 *
C pieces White Goods, worth, and have sold.
_ I them all the season at 35c the yard, now 'V2
cleaning 'em up for.. .................... .
pieces Crepe Chiffon, worth all of 50c. the
- 5 yard, cleaning up. the lot at............ ...ac
pieces extra fine quality Dimity, a Bargain,11 .
Many other good values here for you in this line. Get
Sinto our Hosiery; many bargains there.
Ladies' Lace Hose, 25c. value, at per pair....... 1 9c.
Others at 10c., 12 1-2c. and...................1 5c
85 pieces of Ladies,' Childrens' and Mens' Low-cut Shoes,
S White, Black and Tans, clearing out the lot less than fac
ade'Just Opened Up,
- New shipment of Val Laces, Insertion, Embroideries,
Lde'Collars, etc. Come in and let us show you these.
Learn the way, save money by tradin~ with.
THE YOUNG RELIABLE,