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MANNING,. S. C., OCT. 31, 19063.
Publishes All County and Town Of
Advertisers will )letc re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MUST be in
this otfice by Saturday Noon in order to
insure publication the following week.
Do You Want to Know
How to shake olf the hard times?
Just come to W. E. Jenkinson Co.'s
Great Stupendous, Gigantic, Mighty,
Colossal, Red-Letter Sale, which will
open on Thursday, Nov. 1st, and
close Thursday, Nov. 15th.
PREMIUMS WILL BE GIVEN all
who spend as much as S4 in cash.
Eas3to make a bill with us, as ev
ery thing in our great house will be
put on sale-Dry Goods, Shoes,
Clothing,Ladies' Jackets and Cloaks,
Gents', Ladies' and Children's Win
ter Underwear, Cotton and Wool,
Furniture and Millinery Goods.
ItYard-wide Sea Island Homespun,
Sc vard; not over 15 yards to a cus
tonier. Calico, 00c yard; not over 10
yards to a customer.
Nice Negligee Shirts, 27c each, 39e
each and 48c each.
Men's and Boys' Hats and Caps at
W. E. JENKINSON CO.
Read Gerald's big ad. then go and
Who will be Queen of the Carnival?
Cast your vote for your favorite.
Mrs. C. R. Harvin is visiting her
dauhter 31rs. D. D. Salley in Orange
Died yesterday at Summerton, Ma
hue. the 8-year-old so= of Mr. and Mrs.
J. Frank Richbourg.
Mr. L. M. Ragin of Columbia, rep
resenting the Mutual Life Insurance
Co.. was in town yesterday.
Messrs. Henry Harby, Harby Moses
and Robert Shelor of Sumter spent
Mr. Stewirt Harvin has gone to
Florence to accept a position with - the
Southern Express Company.
Dr. Plumer Clark left this evening
for Knoxville, Ten., where he has
accepted a position in a drug store.
It is reported here that Dr. -W. H.
Reynolds is desperately ill at the home
of his-daughter, Mrs. Elwell, at Pax
The young lady fortunate enough to
be elected Queen of the Carnival will
be presented with a handsome ladies'
At last the cource of the mysterious
explosions heard last week is known;
Mr. S. A. Shorter living in the Fork
amused himself by blowing up stumps
Mr. L. T. Seymour has discovered
the soft side of our humor, and brought
us yesterday three potatoes of the
round leaf yam variety which weigh
Married last Monday, in Wilming
ton, Mr. B. L. Broadway, of Pinewood.
and Miss Lizzie Harvin, formerly of
Clarendon, but for severil years has
been living in Wilmington, N. C.
Messrs. Joseph Sprott, Jr. and W.
-.K. McIntosh have engaged thewr ser
vices to C. M. Davis & Co.. beginnng
tomorrow. These gentlemen would be
glad to show their friends the bargains
Gerald is offering at his closing out
Died last Saturday Mr. J. Armstrong
Lowder, aged about 50 years. The
funeral took place at Oak Grove, there
was a large attendance. Rev. S. D.
Bailey conducted the service. The
deceased was well thought of, honest
and upright, a good citizen..
-- The date-of the Floral Parade has
been changed and tbis beuatiful pag
eant will be seen on the streets of Char
leston Wednesday afternoon of Gala
Week. The military day has been
changed to Friday, and nine compa
nies of the state troops have already
indicated tneir intention of taking part
in the competition and parade.
Mr. Wilbuir S. Cherry, represent
ing "The Smith Greater Shows" called
upon us last Monday to arrange for
advertising space. He assures there
will be no gambling connected with
the carnival company, and showed us
testimonials from other towns recom
mending the character of the shows.
Mr. Cherry is an old newspaper man,
his family now lives in Sumter, where
he was formerly employed as foreman
on the-Sumter Item. He carries with
him excellent credentials from Mr. E.
I. Reardon, secretary of Sumter's
Chamber of Commerce, and we are
satisfied he would not misrepresent
There was e. large concourse ol
fi-iends at the funeral of Mr. 5. M,
McRov at Foreston last Thursday. ThE
Masons of Foreston and Greeleyville
rurned out in full force, and some few~
from Manning were there aiso. ThE
members of St. Peters at Mannn
would have turned out in abody but the
funeral notice reached them too late
The religious service was conducted by
Rev. S. D. Bailey, and the Masoni<
horors were conducted by Clarendor
lodge, with Dr. L. W. Nettles acti
worshipful master. Mr. McRoy wai
one of the best informed, and brightes1
Masons in the county, and he was ver:
fond of the work.
We call attention to the page ad. il
this issue of -C. M. Davis & Co., whi
are going out of business ,because the
manager Mr. J. D. Gerald has. mad<
other investments that will requir
his personal attention. Mr. Gerali
has about $10,000 worth of clothing
shoes and gent's furnishings, which h
can sell in bulk to dealers, but he say
he would rather the trading public ge
the benefit of good goods cheap, and h
proposes to sell off this immense stocl
at actual cost. Now is the time to ge
good clothing as cheap as can b
bought at wholesale. The buyer save
the merchants profit. This is no fak
sale, simply to make a pretense of se
ling cheap by marking To cents gooc
to 98 cents to trick the buyer as hr
been done at selling out sales, bt
Gerald is retiring from the mercantil
business, and he means to sell out
cost. Read the big red letter ad
then come to Manning and get happ:
The Trial of Gaillard's Murderer.
The trial of Campfire Bill 'for ti
murder of Mr. J. E. Gaillard in Ma:
ning on the night of October oth, at
George Spiveus, a white man, as a
cessory was concluded in Sumter Mo
day night. The testimony adducE
thi-oughout the trial showed the neg'
known as "Campfire Bill" and beit
tried, to be the one that did the shoc
ing. The State positively identifi4
th~e prisoner by Messrs. Burkett ai
Haselden who were wounded by ti
same negro when Gaillard was kille
Th defence claimed the prisoner w
not. "Campnfire Bill" but Campf
Jack," and that the negro known as
"Campfire Bill" had disappeared ever
since the night of the tragedy. There
were several witnesses who corrobor
ated this position. Rev. J. P. Inabnit
testified that from the description given
him by Mr. Burkett the day after the
shooting he would never have picked
out the defendant as the guilty man.
Four arguments were made. The at
torney for the negr'o defendant took
the position that Spivens, the, white
man, fired the shot. The jury rendered
a verdict of guilty with recommenda
tion to mercey, which means a life
time sentence for both. Just why the
jury should have recommended mercy
cannot be understood, unless they had
a reasonable doubt as to the guilt of the
parties charged. and if they had such
a doubt the prisoners were entitled to
the'benelit of it. The men, in our
judgment, were guilti and should be
hanged, or if innocent should have
Th'e pastor of the Manning Presby
terian church, at a congregational
meeting last Sunday morning after the
regular service tendered his resigna
tion to accept a call to the Zion Pres
byterial chu'rch at Winnsboro. After,
some discussion, some not being wil
ling to give Mr. Holladay up, where
his labors have been so satisfactory to
an overwhelmning majority of the con
gregation, and others who were also
loath to part with him, but consented to
permit him to accept this more advan
tageous offer, the resignation was
accep:,ed. Mr. Holladay will probably
leave here for his new charge about
the middle of the month.
The following is the church record:
Manning, S. C., Oct. 17, 1906.
To The Members of The Manning Pres.
byterian Church, Manning, S. C.
Mr. Dear Brethren:-Through the
public pressend by annoucement from
the pulpit you are aware of a call re
cently extended to me by the Sion Pres
byterian church of Winnsboro. This
call I did not seek or wish for, but the
claims set forth required that I give
it careful and prayerful consideration.
I asked for your prayers in my behalf
that I might be led to do whatever God's
will was in the matter. I have sought
counsel from the officials of this church
and also from the otficials of Sion
After mature thought and after much
prayer over the matter it is my settled
conviction that it is my duty to aceept
this call, subject to the action of Har
mony Presbytery. I need not burden
you with the several considerations
which have led me into this conclusion.
I think it is needless to assure you of
my interest in you and my deep love for
this church, and ot the pain it gives
me to make the announcement to .you.
My past ministry among you tells
truthfully whatever of. these things I
may have had or now have. My service
I know has been very imperfect, and
I have left much undone, but I can
truthfully assure you that I have given
to you an honest endeavor to serve you
to the best of my ability. Your love for
me, your patience with - me, and your
interest in my welfare, I can never
In conclusion, I ask you to unite with
me in a request to Harmony Presby
tery to dissolve the Pastoral relations
which exists between me and this
church. I pray that God's richest bles
sings may ever rest upon you as body
and as individuals.
Affectionately Your Pastor,
J. M. HOLLADAY.
Manning, S. 0.. October 28, 1906.
At a regular meeting of the Man
ning Presbyterian church, duly called,
the attached resignation of Rev. J. M.
Holladay as Pastor of this church, was
read. Upon hearing the reasons of Mr.
Holladay for this step, the resignation
was accepted with great regret, and
the attached resolutions were adopted.
Upon motica2, Messrs. W. C. Davis,
W. E. Brown, and J1. F. Dickson were
appointed a committee to take up the
matter of securing another pastor.
Tnere being no other business, the
C. R. HARTIN, Moderator.
A. I. BARRoN,.Clerk.
Whereas, our Pastor, Rev. J. M.
Holladay, has been called to another
field, which call, after prayerful con
sideration, he has seen proper to accept;
Whereas, he has requested this
church to unite with him in a request
to Harmony Presbytery to dissolve the
pastoral relation; now therefore, be it
1. That it is with sincere regret that
we feel compelled sto accept this resi
gnation and unite with car Pastor in a
request to Pre'sbytery to dissolve the
2. That we desire to hereby express
our deep appreciation for the earnest
and faithful labors of our Pastor for the
upuilding of our church, and the ad~
vancement of our pastor's cause in this
community since his connection with~
our church, and especially for his un
tiring efforts which made possible the
erection of this building, its completior
being a monument to his zeal and fidel
it in our behalf.
3. That we pray God's richest bles
sing upon the, work of our Pastor anc
his famiy in his new field.
4. That these Resolutions be pub
lished in the county papers.
C. R. H.ARVIN, Moderator.
A. I. BARRON, Clerk.
One of Clarendon's Best Citizens Taken.
Died at his home, at New Zion earl;
Sunday morning, Mr. W. D. Gamble
aged about 49 years, just one week afte:
the death of his wife. A few week
ago the deceased met with an acciden
at Alcolu while alighting from a mov
ing train, after assisting a lady, hi
missed his footing and was throw
volently upon the ground, striking hi
head upon a piece of timber. A fes
days later he lost his wife, and it1
thought the result of the accident, an
the grief had much to do with his sud
den taking off. He retired Saturda
night feeling fairly wvell, but later wa
siezed with convulsions. Dr. I..
Woods was summoned and he admimh
tered to him until he expired. M]
Gamble will be missed, for he was
man no community can well spare,
man of high integrity, a careful bus
ness man, public spirited and patrioti<
In every movement for the bettermer
of his cmmunity and county, lie coul
always be depended upon to do a larg
share. In the commercial world h
sttod high, and by his thrift as a fara
er and a merchant he built up a larg
bsuiness, and amassed considerab]
e lth He was twice married, h:
first wife was a Miss Hawkins, an
three children survives him from th
marriage. His second wife. was a Mit
Buugess, who preceded him just or
week, and there are two little girls le
by this marriage.
T he deceased was a great lover<
s his home, and it was his pleasure1
enntrtain his friends at his home. E
e wawasn affectionate husband and fathe
a kind neighbor, and a charitable ein
,ze, although not a member of ar
church he supported _liberally tI
::urches in his comimunity. He was
friend to the poor, and many will mi
his accommodations and bounty. E
e was frequently solicited to accept re
reseetative honors, but he preferred
di be a private citizen, and in this capa
ityhe exerted a wide influence. I
repepesented Clarendon in the Sta
d Democratic conventions, and not, wit
standing his modesty. he attracted
tetetion, and his counsel was sought.
The funeral took place Monday
Salem Baptist church, where a lar
dd conourse of friends from far and wi
gathered to pay their respects to t
i memory of a man widely known a
.'loved. Rev. W. J. Wilder, assist
by Rev. L. L. Bedenbaugh, anduct.ed
the service. Woodmen from Sumter,
Turbeville. Shiloh and Manningr, con
ducted their fraternal rites.
When Miss Fannic Sara Beach is
wedded this eveniug at half past six to
George Henry Curtis of Paxville. S. C-..
one of the most popular and best liked
girls in Nichols will beeonic a daugh ter
of the South. The ceremony is to OC
cur at the home of the bride's aunt,
Miss Amelia Murr. in that picturesque
old town and Rev. Mr. Everest of Hunt
ington will oerform the ceremony.
Miss Beach, who is a very pretty
brunette. will wear a handsome gown
of white silk. cut en Princess trimmed
with lace. She will carry a shower
bouquet of white brides roses. Au
gustus .urr, an uncle of the bride, will
give her away.
Miss Barbara Hanna of Bloomfield,
N. J., will be the bridesmaid and will
be gowned in -a pretty frock of rose
organdy over pink. She will carry
pink carnations. The groomsman will
be Alva Curtis of Wilmington. N. C.
The house has been decorated with
autumn foliage and laurel chrysanthe
mams being the principal flower1 used.
After the ceremony a reception will
be held and refreshments will be serv
ed. Miss Beach's traveling. gown is of
grey Panama cloth with hat to match.
After the wedding trip they will reside
in the South. Mr. Curtis is a merchant
Guests from New Jersey, New York
stite and all over this state will be
present at the ceremony, there being
many invited from this city. The
bride's popularity was shown from the
large array of beautiful big gifts.
which includes furniture. rugs, cut
glass, silyerware, etc.
There will be many people who will
miss Miss Beach. She is a charmni,.
simple unaffected girl and especially by
the old people in the village of Nichols
was she beloved. She was a promi
nent member of the choir of the Epis
copal church there and was leader In
the getting-up of entertainments.
Nichols people .will miss her greatly
when she goes to her Southern home.
All of her many friends wish her much
happiness and health.--Bridgeport
Evening News Oct. 23.
Amid the glare of much red fire and
throwing of confetti Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
H. Curtis, nee Miss Fannie Sarah
Beach left the home of her aunt, Miss
Amelia Murr, in Nichols. to come to
this city to catch the 9:36 train. All the
friends in Nichols were out with - bags
of rice and a merry time was had. The
merry makers took entire charge of
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis' trunks and grips.
Very kind of them, you think? They
didn't. Everything was in knots. pic
tures of cupid's pasted here and there
on the outside, nursing bottle and
baby's rattle was also tied with long
white-ribbon streamers to the trunk.
When the young couple got on the
train, they sank into their seats with
a sigh of relief never thinking, of
course, that there would be no more.
But there was. In the -same car with
them went a young man of the bridal
party and introduced them to everyone
and showered confetti on them. .wo
young women friends (?) went into the
other cars telling every one, "Her
narne is Fannie. His is Henry. Make
ydurselves acquainted. It is useless
that they did. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis
will spend some time about New York
city. after which they will go to Pax
Ville, S. C., waere Mr. Curtis has a
handsome new home awaiting his bride
and where he is a prominent merchant.
Good lugk and much success is wished
them by their friends-Bridgeport,
)Conn.) Erening News, October 24.
I N some conditions the
Sgain from the use
of Scott's Emulsion is
very rapid. For this
reason we put up a
&ity-cent size, which is
enough for an ordinary
cough or cold or useful
as a trial for babies
and children. In other
conditions the gain is
be built up in a day.
In such cases Scott's
Emuision must be taken
as nourishment; a food
rather than a medicine.I
It's a food for tired and
Scott & Bowne, 409-4is PcarlS
Chemists New York
5oc- and $1.00. All druggists
The Following F
ONE-two-story store. 20x,45, and lot 75x.150 feel
building~ on the lot rent-. for $300.00.
SONE dwelling--S rooms, beautiful flower yard.
lot contains about 3 acres. Eastern
ing at -250.00. A. $500.00 lot can be
~-ONE dwelling-6 rooms with out-houses on:
houses. Price $3100.00. one half cash
ONE 0 room dwelling-right new. lot in new se
painted throughout. Fence and barn
aONE farm of 250 acres-one and a halt miles fr
a30 of this is fine long leaf. S tenant ho
dwelling. Other particulars uoon ap]
ONE lot-on Main stret near depot. This lot 4
it to you. it is well suited for any bi
eONE tract of land 3 miles from Summierton.
ePrice upon application.
ONE 7 room dwelling-bran new with lot 105x:
econveniences. This house is made o1
etown. Price now a3500n.00
SThese are a few of the bargamns we are offeri
.Stell you of some others. We still have some
~Sprices to settlers and also to speculators. We
&t We will be glad to list many other propertie
sale. So if you have any property that yo
)f can be well advertised. If you want to buy let
3 Up in th
ad TO THBT
CATARH CURED AT HOME
Trial Treatment of Dr. Blosser's Catarrh
Remedy Free to Sufferers.
If you have catarrh of the nose. throat, or
lungs. if you are constantly spitting, blowing
the nose, have stopped up feeling. head noises.
deafness, asthma. bronchitis or weak lungs.
you can cure yourself at home by a retnedy -o
simple that even a child can use it.
It will cost you only a postal card to :.r
liberal free trial packagc of Dr. J3losers
wonderful remedy. It is sent by mail to every
interested sufferer. Certainly it.o offer could be
"The full tregtnient is not expensive. A pack
age contalaing enough to last one v hole month
will be sent by mail for $1.00.
A postal card with your name and address
sent to H. R. BOGER. Manning, S. C.. will bring
you by return mail the free trial treatment and
an interesting booklet. -) that you can at one
be in to cureyourself privately at home.
Just arrived. 1.000 bushels Red Rust
Proof Seed Oats and a thousand bushels
more will be in soon. Will mail -sam
pies and price for the asking. Legg &
Will arrive soon. a large shipment of
Stalk Choppers. Two Horse Turning
Plows, Middle Bursters, Tooth Har
rows. Disc Harrows. Combination Cot
ton and Corn Planters and Guano dis
tributors. Legg & Hutchinson.
Coming a large shipment of Appler
Oats. These are the finest seed ever
shipped here. Price 80c. per bushel.
Legg & Hutchinson.
Wanted-500 bushels of stock peas.
Will pay highest market price. Legg
One brick kiln has promised us sev
eral cars Brick, shipments to commence
next week. Send us your orders quick
don't wait. Leg & Hutchinson.
W. A. Reckling, the well-known
photographer. of Columbia. will be in
Summerton, November 7,'8, 9, and 10.
Mr. Reckling is regarded one of the
finest photographers South, and Sum
merton is fortunate in being able to
secure his services.
Buy your Meat at Clark's MUst.
Everything in order.
Why not give the New Market a
Town rroperty for Sale.
One dwelling with barn and stables
and tenant house. The dwelling now
occupied by J. D. Gerald. Also, 13
building lots, 50 ~by .175. 1 three
room house and lot, lot dimensions, 50
by 100. Also, wanted, 50 bushels of
good, sound peas. Terms of property
sale, is one-half cash, balance in one
and two, and three years, with interest
at the rate of 7 1-2 per cent. per annnam
for the dwelling house property, and
one and two years, with interest a .
7 1-2 per cent. for the other property.
Apply to J. D. Gerald. -Manning , S. C
I will move to my new shop opposite
the county jail about. November 1st
where I will be pleased to' greet my
friends and patrons. B. T. Lege.
The Carnival Recommended.
Camden, S. C., Oct. 25, 1906.
Mr. D. M. Bradham, Mayor Manning,
S. C.-The Smith Greater Shows
I now .exhibiting here are far above the
usual carnival company and are. cleau
W. J. P. Weeks, Jr.,
Chairman Baseball Association.
he Opprtunity of 70oi? life to hy7
We have the Real Estate and we
want to sell it. to you ar.d~ the opportu
nity of showing you over our list. whic~h
includes farms and building lots in
Clirendon, Williamsburg and Orange
burg .counties, both town and country
We have sevbral tracts suitable for a
saw mill business and any one wishing
Ito erect such can find our Agency ben
eficial. All we ask is that you call on
us or write for prices, etc., and if we
cannot make' you a better offer than
v-ou have ever had on the same quality
of lands, both timbered and cultivated
we don't care for your business.
IWhy do we make this offer? Be
cause we have gonten the very lowest
figures on the property we have listed
and WE CAN GIVE YOU THE BEN
'EFIT OF THIS.
The low price of cotton h as lessened
the value of property just at present
and now is your oportunity to make a
go-od hargain. We are going to sell
and ask you to call and see us at least
b efore you make a trade, as we guatr
antee satisfaction and will make the
payments to suit you.
Real Estate and Fire
-J. M. WOODS,
Sec. and Treas.
. 0. S. JACKSON,
'roper ties for Sale:
This store is well finished and with a smatl
all necessary out-bunings, woul set in fruit trees
front and one of the best built housos in town, go
old off oeach side and leave an acre for the prer
2 acre lot, nell fenced. T wo tenant or servan
:>alnce in installments with interest.
:ton1. fast building up. House well finished, an
m Sm Smertoni. 135 acres cleared, 121 in timbel
as well supplied with out-buildings5 and a 7 root
anot be duplicated in this locality. Let us sho'
icins purpose, especially manufiteturinig.
00 ares can be cleared, 60 no v under cultivatiol
00 feet. Barn and stable, servant house and othi
excptiotly good stuff and in a splendid section<
nono. f none of these meet your wants, lett
good building lots, which we are offering at fa
will be glad to answer inquiries, and give fulli
r emeber it cost you nothing unless we make
wilillsell, let us put it before the public now so
sknow so we can help you to locate good proper1
l ESTATE AGENCY
rtton, s. a.
One solid week commencing Monday,
Under Auspices Manning
6 Big Days, 6 Gala Nights.
Two Sensational Free Acts.
The world's champion High-diver, a daring,
death-defying dive from a towering illuminated
ladder, more than 90 feet in the' mid-air into a
tank containing less than four feet of water, twice
Madam Leona Bonnie.
-Unchallenged Queen of the Air, an interest
ing number of aerial feats upon the trapeze, pre
senting a series of pretty, graceful and attractive
feats of - mid-air posing. The mos t -remarkable
female act in the world. The chief feature, of the
Smith's Trained. Wild
Largest and most complete Menagerie ever
exhibited with'a Carnival company. Each animal
is train ed to do something. Don't forget the date,
November 12 to 17.
_TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY,j
__OCTOBER 9, and I0th,
g~ BECAUSE To-Dat HATS*you
[J. L. McLEQD E
- W. E. JENKINSON CO. will open on November
1st three Extra, Mighty, Stupendous. Collossal Gigantic
Red Letter Sales. This Sale will surpass all other sales
in imagnitude and in bargain giving, as it will occur at the
season of the year when our stocks are the largest. We
inaugurate this sale now in order that- every clAss, in
every condition, the rich- and the poor can ali provide
theinselves with Shoes, Clothes and House Furnishing>
Goods against the needs of. the season. Now don't fool
yourself, every indication points to -a yery severe Winter,
and W. E. Jenkiuson Co.'s is the' place to provide your
self wi-th the necessities of life while this great Collossal,
Stupendous, Gigtutic Red Letter Sale is on. It will pos
itively open on November the 1st, and will positively
close on November 15th.
Twenty thousand dollars worth of choice Dry
Goods, Dress Goods and Silks put on the market-'.
special, stupendous, gigantic comlossal Red Letter prices.
Five thousand yards of yard-wide Sea Island Home
spun, sold at 5c. the yard, .while it lasts, rlot more thaw
15 yards to a customer.
Five hundred pairs of Ladie's heavy Jersey-ribbed
Undervests, value. 35c. each, will go. at 24c., pants to
Every customer that trades as much as $4. in cas
will get a nice present.
Ten thousand dollars worth of Gent's, Ladie's and
Children~s Shoes put out at special, stupen.dous, dollossai
gigantic Red Letter prices.
Shoes for the young and Shoes- for the old, Shoes
for the rich and Shoes for the poor, Shoes for every class
and condition, and remember that the winter will beV
wet and cold. -
Five hundred pairs Shoes, odd lots, Ladie's, 1
and Children's Shoes, all thrown in pile and m
down regardless of cost. If you need Shoes hers is yourl
Ten thousand dollars worth of Men's, Youth's, and
Children's Clothing. Our coats and odd pants, Gents
and Children's Hats and Caps, Gents' Furnishings, wool
and cotton Underwear, all will go at extra,' special, stu.
pendous, gigantic, collossal Red Letter prices.
Five thousand dollars worth of Ladie's. ong a
short Jackets, Cloaks, and Furs. Ladie's woo.land co
Underwear, put on the market at, special stupendous
gigantic, collossal Red Letter prices.
Ladies, if you want a Jacket or a wrap of ainy kz
here is y6ur chaice, and the winter will be very wet and
cold. Children's Knee Suits at 48c. each. LadiesJers y
ribbed Vests, value 85c., -will go at 24c. n:
Lookout in next week's paper for quotations and
prices; and a full description of the sale.
Sale will open Noveinber 1st and. continue to N
ember 15th. u
SJ. H. RIG-BY'S
"TEHOME OF GOOD GOODS."~
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haeuvr present displav of New Fall Dress Goods is the largest we
hvevrshown. TeStore Is brim full of the choicest weav es and__
Scolorings in popular priced goods for the new season. A ny price-to
Ssuit your purse, 10c., 15c., 25c., 50c., 75c., to $1.50 yard.
For Underwear, Hosiery. etc., there is no better place to buy
Sthan right here with us. We can show you the best goods int
Sright weight and at the right 'price. There is no better suit-ofUn
Sderwear on the marketfor Si. the snit than the one we-tare showmg.
Whether it is right or wrong, it nevertheless is true, that to
0rest degree we accept a man's dress as the mnsigmia of his class and
~ haracter. That's why Schloss Bros. Co.'s Clothes are always worn
Sby men who realize the power of distinctive dress. We are showw~
Sthe latest styles of this celebrated Clothing. -
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