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j~ Te .~i~ci~t~fdC'O. ofstreets
Yt U11 Cl~z puting our t,10uorgaare,; -u excellent
cn it iou, and now if they will permit
himn to deeopen the town ditch running
b Mr. E.:. J. B rowne's, a large and im
r'ant part of the town, waiting for
ie veloPment. will be drained. adding
A Cor:ntt and Tohe health of t11 enire coml
2 Ivertisemints. I
.rida'. a t11.vu a. he rr e
V.hme in Paxville. Miss 3iuu Curtis,
r aged :.-I vears. The funerail took place
a.t Summerton. Rev. S. D. lailey as
_N~ t)~ n u (,rder t o sisted by I Rev. .1. N- Tolar conducted
Sr ubliation the followin Nee. - the service. The deceased was a most
lovely character, a favorite in the com
munity anrd a stream of sunshine in the
Good Suggestions for Xmas Preseats.
uoar w-ere -5l le rollowing salieer.i for imy n.ext.
. ne o Ladie qin C oliars. \a-on;, veal-:
:1: Ou i'"* O'(t~l \"i-, pre-sents. 1) lr. WX. . "Mood". WV.M.Rcar1.
utone in a b ox for NmIreen:
The 11es ine oif Ladie's Parasols I.
'rho~ ~n o~ ~d'e ParaolsSmyit I). S. WV.: 1. Y. IEadon. J1. IV.: Jeff
*-mi. Ubrellas . shown in Manninrg1. Dxi. Treas.: J. auham. Sec.:
. bi'el.as for only Jas. E. Iavi... S. D.: Dr. L. C. Stukes
'01 oirs worth soli gold ana _o!u . Davis and J. M. Graham.
:e1 Ieweir to be closed out at Pan*e Stwards: James E. Tennant. Tiler.
1rices Colari~ Ruttons. Cuff Buttons.
S:ik 1Pin., Watch Charms. Watch There Was a proceeding yesterday in
Fobl. Belt Buckles, Broaches. and the ofloo of the clerk of court. in the
e 'eeded in Jewelry, all case of The 1. W. Alderman Sons Co..
c out a nie Prices. We want against The Wilson Lumber Co.. seek
b. m vney and we must sell the goods to ondemn a cossing of the Salem
some w n creations in Ladies' Belt;. railroad. The matter will be heard
ust 1_e thing for Christias *) n. Iridav January 28th, at 12 o'clock. at
A large stock of holiday goods. in-Ia poin. known as the big curve. The
eludin- a full line of ine works. iuttu I followngis the jury: .1. M. DuBose.
be closed out at Panie Prices. R. D. Thompson. .1. \lontgomery,
if you need dry goods, shoes, winter J. alloway. R. C. Bu
underwear. millinery or furniture. here Buddin. R. E. Btrgess. J. J. Carra' .
is the place to come-everything so Ja W. Hol Giblons,
at i raniJNKrNSON Clarence Flemnig. J. J. Welch. Jr.
IV. E-. JENKINSON CO.
Summerton lodg.Le~niglit's of 1vthas
last Wednesday night elecede th~e f1i
Col. R. D. Lee of Sumter was 'n town lowing otliers for tie ensuin-r ver.r.
od ayagin. ChancellorCommaner:
C V an.,. Vice Chancellor: 11ev.
M yr. ver Krasnof f o B, Kershaw, Jt.. Prelate: V. D
spenl Sunday in town. MeClary. Master of Work: E. M.
dale. Master of Arms: H. C'. Ci-v?'gau,
Next Tuesday is Christmas. and we Jr.. Master of Finance: L. T. C.,ving
wish everybody a whole lot of joy. ton. Keer Records and Sealb. J. M.
1'iowden. Master of Exchequer: D. D.
Mr. E. S. Mclutosh killed a hog yes- Davis, Inner Guard: .. E. Tennant.
terdawy that ipe the sclsat 04
Outer Guard: .no. I . Lesesne J.ot.
No 1 A. Dingle and W. Broadway. Trusdes.
Mr. J. D. lHcle of Paxvile is mov- te
in to Harvi's whe~re hie -113 engage ofv. D. A. Phillips the new pastor
in Ilarming. o the Methodist church was greeted
lasD. Sunday b a laroe cong.regation.
L. C. Strauss. Lsq. of t~hS Sumter We extend t this minister in behalf
*xtir. was, in Manninc, oni prof t mslo-al of ourself anc. comlmunity aI hearty
Ssi n ess-,; o niayv. % , D t av i 1 ' hear. C an hoitis. and
wish for i in Ihs new Jield that im
_Mrs. Carrie Sckland oT Chester is lAabor %will be as pleasant a, were those
Manning sitiher ousi h Mros. of his predecessor and that when the
. .a time comes when his conference calls
ahim to another Cield, his departure will
.iekinsou's salvage sale is attracting( be regretted by acmuiyo red
crowvds frora all over the country, and in adotf heMethodist church.
they ar 'uvn <oo s oo t i ng to ond emn a cr ssn of th.ae
ite~arebuyig gods oonotwth-The people here love a good man with
stndn th hadtms out rezard to his creed or faith., it is
The college girls and boys will be the iran an-.1 his example.
ralrad The matte wille ber hearde
reeforlin hmete lterpa f The People of Summerton are look
in forward to the rendition of The
Dr. MTuidrow Montgomery of Georgia Sacred Cantatta Esther on, December
-h as been visiting- his relatives at Du- 21st, with -reat pleasure and a measure
nt's was in fManning o i is an undertking seldose
attempted by a tow.n of Summerton s
Mr. A. C. Bradham has moved into proportions.G reat interest is centerd in
Chouse opposite the Presbyterian this recital for its acred history, its
eh'rch, formerly occupied by Mr. R. high sentiment of love an loyalty, and
).Cothran. the sweetness and inspiration of 30 well
trained voices. 'Miss Annie Burgress,
ae Forest' the diretor, deserves the gratitud e of
N. C., is visitinC her sisters CMesdames
.1. 0. GouCh. F. 0. Richardson and the whole community for the lucce
C. WV. Pickering. ful efforts to ive to Summerton a cor
rect standard and appreciation of the
Mir. W. J. Archer who has deen best there is in mrsic, the igesta of
superin.ending the ManninF n bottlin.T.C
workts has gone to Sumter, the works
here hving cosed dwn.wTeu barnastbes ofchqur. Clarenc
of Mr.E. U.Coskr by ev. Davis,' o'loknnerdGayri.n.. CTenant,
rir, aptin . P Loickof ersawOut Guard Jao nea Lenebo wasR
aruedfomhsnlmbr b moe
and issMatie Sll.geingup adiscoverodway, firueea.
Mar..T. of Newryofxe is inmn o- Mr.. ikn Ad hily tie neo aveo
Mrind Mr.C.o Harvin'sw .eh ws nag ftuthe wastholas chnchewa gtedit
m ammg laT fieugndaeb rgonedbu wogeasion.
HInenStation s tof he adept erW litten sevieo o thmiiste of weal
bariwain*h R1ailroad Crommssionand beaurse tnce comuidnity, filed.
buil itfortheonvniecefalar e M.lkins carorertsoamd nmsrane
businae Monatat.cin. nis orather inat'kaewliel that Mr.
The. manri trie an of M CeSa er Plwis~r ikn ls otabr bn
dn Manirgreititoieng t h eriou uite Mrs. go
siE a h oeo . P. Ilodge.
.inkoingso's extree ae atringl A lr ffiewssuddls
Crds frmae over issed cont, and thhevninheorer ed
friendt ateyn toodsiag too, notih- on okda i h ppredo
rstandanlishe Dan M s ~gjt ann a unn:tesiswr
Srottin da-hom h aterMs .F parott tThe fr eatetrsoddth
weepar aanbr 's h duplins.caladmnciiesaowntfyn
Were stlrcw ithnthoe nube G ofia recebfrei a dsoee
.hitee failsi oings rltve ctto htthDiewsu-oste wm n
m. A.eC.eradame hamved ecntyio h ano r.F .Toa. r
left huse coppot. We atresbuterie asn bu ot oso a ntebr
ehtirc, omerslyccupiedoby cr. wihaltoR.mngmciey oh
!abor wll sae easpeat e mwere Thoe
of P ar reqestd tobe reset oa Mrhisoreecssorn hat durin the
the egnir metin tomrrownigt m dacomes wrds hist cnferesc aout
as tat s te tme pponte fo th oe egrtted the negoesmunietyo maend
election of oflicenandrout o the MuigteThmsby ieuthes cttlech.
ear.ti incidento leavs ree orfaioth ti
the mane ad icendaryl.
The.peoplesofiSummerton are mook
thetymrd.ed by ton owmetn
Eo. Mtr.an. H len gdaoth swetnSs a inspraton ofx30reel
Mieas. hie fueral ok lae Frst.
r. . C. visitin , her sises Ziodes es heei
Miss O.Tanuh F. Reo. ofcharonan.d
supentestnd the Manning. bott smognngrule h cn
lookin hang inse aontiiaino. nt andutesb eeid
oing marrie tomorro tae ple one i
ofe Mr. day of Janury. byorocorvs.hebes.avier
GereCtwn cuty r. orick Lfaerh-Lw orsl
andt Mssatte Sll. f fRv ae
Mrs'. JopinW.nOdiorre.tnee Harrie
Harvhi, town nder ison s1ating to
sped ~th helidavwterd arnt
isse o TU TMESOti nxt ondytoainrdvices.u bloo And Burge
Christmas.tWe woudlthereforeiaskfur uththeusystem
fuorrefootsents toesendSunmtreir cocor
lae ta rtraye c o tana s adpeulion h
t~re abost 2horeloskilastusundayhmorn-hesCodf
irg Te salseandlivnrastabestofLiesoMr. Claenc
in he iams. he ossis bou S1.~0ave thar by fiin his estom
Aiand Misr.Ce abou Har 03in. s tuctur ws.C abaz whnh0ottt
A: he ecet sssino th SoThe fire enuine uepondebu waened
Heroinean SConence. hv C. deoXv r itesriefo hako ae
buildihnwa exheRalrod Covitedof and beasthed bdy wein filld
tile creede of itlantcCatLetowhforaeiwsyqucklyconsmed
buildit frie M:nethist onfre otr. Wilkis faied tom nurane.
paironag e on tein samtgouds raheoemrkbemacateMr.
TTyhilomiat.ar h te rudow dor niho
Then mn. riof Mr. wantt lowm- tov itr. trlialo iot cannaot ur
tikga that homle oapMrecate by thress u ti senilytebs
one owouldt ike etrem love oisk il-Af lamooirra oudd s
nes bosO regare' a seious. s. ednesdayb noihmabot f.3r d'clicate
-4pet ad boe -wand thI evn ntenrhr n
CaresMhav. Nien issud initine of- ctown aookd alfte upemi girls.
friniest atedtemrraeocr annotg wanbureng:otu skispwer
Erneth yourlisle Dte a Msresi Auuta re wand seknd soke afsaipl free.
Spuarenurg in thene~ Gth ist calaneanritzn.as n-fyn
We~ wre srCuk with f the me ~of totersu-eoetwsdsoee
wht0.ile on to the coto tht- hfr wa e acreoss t hisapictur
mil "Sceveral f~ile the averecently inth barno Mr. for F.fC. lh~abelThere
lef tis'co nitv. of atie the waf abou iot the o hvay mo etheybart
moemn -to thi's ye' short crpan t o of fn Emlchnmerby.Noh
. ~inn~Iing wa ae xet n oe.hr
astht - heti e poie foik; r thI 5UIL
Mr. ThomasnNimmer hadCtheimis
turedfrm l . Stn' fvnral and. _ 0 er SreNwY
<lroppd deada$1iAwas uhrrnesedti
DisappoinLed because thc confoferience Xmas Holiday Rates Via Atlantic Coast Line.
did not return Rev. W. T. Williar'is to One and one third fares plis twenty
this charge, the congregation of thefive cents for the round trip to all
manning A. 31. L. church resenteQ it . .
byanoi A.m3t. thur rlew snte. it points in Southeastern Passenger Ter
by not permittg thle new pastor. R1tev. ritory, and to points on connecting
L. D. McGill, to hold services ip the lines east of the .Mississippi and south
church last Sunday. The former past of the Ohio and Potomac rivers, includ
served this charge for the past three ing St. Louis and intermediate stations.
years in a very satisfactory manner and Tickets on sale December 20tb, to 25th,
the congregation had every reason to inclusive, 30th, and 31st.. 1906. and Jan.
feel they would get hini back to be with 1st.. 1007, iinal limit January 7th, 1907.
them during the anuual coufereue T. 1*.'. ITE,
when it meets in "Manning ne.xt ycar. General Passenger Agent.
There is no complaint against the new W. J. CRAIG.
pastor. but the congregation resent Passenger Traffic Agent.
what it regards deception on the part:
of the bishop,who, they claim, led them -
to believe that Rev. Williams would be BUSINESS LOCALS.
sent back to Manning. The resentment
was so great that only a few went to the For Rent--.odern tire room cottage
church at all, and these gathered on on Church street. desirable locality.
the back )iazza of the parsonage to Epply to Eddie C. Horton.
hear their new preacher. Rev. W. T.
Williams lived here for the past three After this week the Oil mill ginnery
years. and during that time his conduct will only be operated on Friday of each
was all that could be wished for. He week. C. R. Sprott, manager.
discharged his duties in a manner sat
isfactory to hlis congregation and was IWanted for 1907--A married man, as
always polite to everybody he came in salesman in general merchandise store
contact with. at Morrisville, S. C., also a single man
as bookkeeper at Rhems, S. C., must be
* sober and of good character. Appli
Comparative School Report. cant must apply in own handwritting.
Following is a partial report of the F. Rhem & Sons. Rhems, S. C.
superintendent of Moses Levi Memorial .
Institute to the trustees for the month Sportsmen.
ending December 8, 1905:
Average number attending...... 205 We have thirfy six Double and Sin
Per cent of attendance....... .. .52 gle Barrel Guns, the most of which are
Number of tardies........ ...... 134 high grade. The season is about over
. . . . the Guns must be sold. Come in and
ollowdg Decemilr 7, for t et one at cost, this offer until January
month ending December 7, 1906. 1st. Dickson Hardware Co.
Average number attending...... t. D28 i
Per cent of attendance........... ..9. . .
umber of tardies........... .... 2 Messrs. Legg & 11'achinson Manning,
In studying the above figures one S. C.:
can readily see that our school is mov- Dear Sirs-The Stalk Choppers we
ing along in the right direction. bought from you gives us entire satis
faction. The machine is exactly what
you represent it to be, and we don't
Gone to His Reward. hardly know how we managed to aet
Died last Saturday night J. Wesley aou iere.
Strange. aged 76 years. The funeral
took place Sunday afternoon at the D. E. PLOwDEN,
family burial ground near the home.
Rev. D. A. Phillips,pastor of the Meth- . A. AUBOE,
dist church conducted the religious
service, after which St Peters lodge
A. F. M. No 54, continued the burial Alcoin, S. C., Dec. 15th, 1906.
service with masonic honors. The de- Messrs. Legg & Hutchinson, Manning,
ceased was an old confederate soldier, S. C.
a mdes IeiO izn waner Dear Sirs:-In reply to your inquiry
amodest retiring cit'uzen, was never
married, but a devout mason. He was as to how I like The Avery Stalk
Tiler of St. Peters lodge for many Chopper, will say that I have been
ears, and in all kinds of weather was running one two seasons which gives
oyal to his lodge and always present. me perfect satisfaction. It does the
It was an impressive sight to see so work of many men and is therefore a
many present on this occasion. Here great labor saver. With my best
was a man who had never married, but wishes for your success in making sales
whose life was pure and who was es- of this machine. I remain,
teemed universally. The young as well Yours very truly,
as the old turned out to pay their last W. M. DAVIS.
respects to one who lived among them
and whom none could say aught
gainst. He was a good citizen, true
to his country and true to his friendss - OF SAROLIN
Conty of Carendon.
Honor Roll For November. By James M. Windham, Esq., Probate
Grade .- Clarence Dinkins, Mariaa Judge.
aahoney, Isabelle Thomas.b
Grade 2.-Mamie Baker. AlexH Brun- IN THE PROBATE COURT.
;on, 'Mildred Ervin, Jim Guess, Netta WHEREAS, David H. Lido made
Levi. W suit to me, to grant him Letters of
Grade 3.-Pannie Bradham, Celeste Administration, with the Will annexed,
Ervin, Pattie Gamble, Sudie Ridill, of theDect .
Annie Wilson, Joseph Burgess, Living Reynolds.
tone Grier, Philip Grill, Jerome These are therefore to cite and ad
irschmann, Allen Williams. monish all and singular the kindred
Grade 4. Preston Thames, Lee Rid- and creditors of the said Alfred
LhTomlin, deceased, that they be and
Brunson. r before me, in the Court of Pro
Grade 5.-Itly Wilson, MN~ay Hodge, b be held at Manning on the 3rd
eorge Trescott, Ollie Strange, M1"bel day of January next after publica
Iodd, Rolnd Ne-wman, Mary Jayroe. ti"ontrekof at:11 'lelcnk in the fore
Welore raisord.noonto sabow csae. iathemy haest
Grad 6.Marha Jnkison Cho. wy te sadYamnsrtionshulyt
Clark, Jlian Crecy.Mbegranted
Grade 7.-Lillan Mruetohs GienvSAE uOFe SmUT h and, iN4tAy
Grad S.-anni BrahamEva f D cber, A. D.arend6.
DolrHonor ollaor Jovember in y JAsMES Widam WEsq.A, bt
Gryadgi.- Clareneilis, Mrgia [E .] Judge ofPoae
Grade 2.-GMadie Bowmn, Ale Beln- -_____
own, M rtha Harv inmGues, Wyet HRADvdR iemd
seodi. Helen Thamestgran himLettrsHo
Grade 3.-FaBneadh amso Mareta Admnisraton itthWllaneed
avis, Patmie Johnson, Bsdie HRinll ofteett fadefcso ayA
Louie Writon, Aniep Dorgess, Hatm- Ienolds. OAE OUT
one rier, VallypeGrl, Jerom e Thesae heeset e ady d
Grae 4 Prsto Thmes Le Ri- Wadereais ofee e aid Alfred
illLucyhWilsndo iaveAlays, George toteonr dcaout th ahyo Jean
rson appe. ar before and Archie ICouroPro-a
Gradue 5.-tyWloMyHde batektofb Court a duapoinnthed 3rd
og TrsotliSrne ae diaytor o Jan aid netaftern pia
odd, olandNewma, MarJayr ein thoat thereclockcertahe fore
eloreBaisfrd-notheeor show cuse ifny the y ha vesi
G Ad Nn-ar Oldnkinso, Chr h h adadministrat hih souldy nt
Mak JlannnSCDe., 190e. sabe; rnothere i usaneo
Dr naC.-Lllaus McIllsh-daw Givnd under mhan Oderme tin thia
write you aniettr Youdhaow Evas ourtcebern dAte. dayo906.be
weeks bfreil ChritaWls, ndIroghti 190A6 . Judgeel ocsnfrn of bte
orade Ch--ritas.yP Bowatie aels h t a fJnay 97 t1
ardow, soth I Harlryinotto asWylie ok .,teflown el sae
Iollgen aHele cade forci.havifasopyte deb-tsTATEsaidUTestaRe:
ers, aylo Stuks, GBsieckung
o te d10lyo brulahtm W ls Chrit- A lofotN.lad2nd4i
as yE.mish ousould Bing Harvin fteTw fRiiii rno
uIe lockno, Annie llad. sot we CuTHE inOBATECOURT.
ae arittssersonnowle Apease bIn and The Etteoe Rserateley de
Vigii Ama sh O'E." si moth old. onoCbu h a fJn
Wirsthe muh hoe o dO Sana Clas TA, 190, OndArHI.Broa
Itchatred inmntsb Clerkordf Court, was dulyarpomte ad
Pusarnght ther anrerdertainJames M
-tote highestn byidrfo astat, nd Mon-t
EveryConfeerateVeternis ee ate nostfundsofnDehembands1of6,ad
qusedt miee- Yatl Mani- cour ministrcka.o i.the rsich nof the'
elet aPesio Bardfo h yar nsate o, therfolowin prsnalc po-f
19MaTePninS Cmmissio wi 190e ertw and unewairdrmadinti
Da heConty CAudts: owice ery Courteadiof mules:725had of caeme 4
Saiteyurda inter mo kof Januar t 196 Itw-horsel waons Iah on-hront wagon;
nteeks beore trnfrsfrmas ne classugtour plowse utnsis;g on bugyndy
the peon ll wil knot requied the thsday aout January bushel ctt 12
omye apiatons. aas atninesr. sedcoc, and~ ltef farmoing utenslestae
fanyw sodier, ory is tiow avin Givensthe ry fad, insae in ad
die tuh. ishyai you requstd that the of Dseetsr to9pay 4h et fsi sae
edlaiv or somte criedwle plei. ae ndf lts ARY and TIandA Blc
othe 'll name bougtmatCrs-Co the underignedbyRimininstardo
Chai i es t r anow pleas brin J.M..I H M
ersumeting, you C. wsewsJdg fPoae
Attherela tiristm er FacyGomeis Fuisisc
Allh membler oCv ak Camps. .
8Ith pureas int imind tha Woolfre'
ilnotce any Conedertin oneteans.GTALSNSASN
Mvr onday deate Deetern But re
utere wiloe meettMning onou t
ondagh, December t, ork te
purpos of eecing Boardfrn tend-a
907. Ther ensines Commisshentwil Alasobedafrscenln
wl the sereduntd Agditsoime pvrmy fSal n ac rcreCn
coturdatablehs, wnhy notanyaryst
eceeaynw A.iain f.BRor, Gieupen-rer o nyhn
Coso rnfr ron Comndery theGoeyln.Weflon e
nohr or tranverrallromders prasstto
nake have recentlyiaddedsto oursliner.
Triauli name tof the Bunder'sige byar aeyube t e h odr
Remelcady ret ufrr. flbran nti onr o ~.
Iyuhv Caairmateno. tPo. orIo.ae',coei o n e
lunsifyo ar cnsanly pitigbloin shw on sofmlendn
th nse, hve stpped pofeeingoefdSnisesOf roa thProets
you can cue yoPursuantthtmeabyaoreeedofsJaanning..
simplemthatgevof Prohilecanwise itl
It il cot ou nl aposalcarttogt hehighesid for sins, onMn
liberalyreeetrial paykofeDoceDr.r, 1906,rat
wonderful'remedy.aIm.,sat ntebremadlnto everye
interestedatefJames. EerTinlalo inlericouldnby
and ierl M tttefolwnoeroaurp
The full treatmenmuies:ot2expensivf.cAtpac;
A l~oone re:prr aidhbyourrnamemondraddree
you by rake:nomailrthedfeeltrialhareatmenonandot
'an intereptinsboakleuensith; youecangat onc
begn t cre ursifpriatly t hme edu a d yspotofpar ing utensils
Says meet him at RIGBY'S, where he will have on dis
play splendid 2inas Gifts for all the family.
Special Holiday prices on all Dry Goods, cheaper now
'he Young Reliable, J. H. RIGB.Y, Maning, - S.-C.
00 @@0 p S. L. KRASNOFF,
GRAT CLOT HING
SLAUGHTER. NO111 SAVED
We have put the knife
into our stock of Men's,
Boys' and Children's
Clothing, consisting of In order to raise $2,500.00 by
the 25th of this month, we have
Men's Suits, Boysnow reduced our entire stock
s uBS regardless of worth, for the next
and Children's Suits. two weeks we will sell:
$4.50 Toilet Sets for $205;
Men's O $1.25 Oak Dining Chairs for 65c;
$2. Rugs for $1.10; $1. piece din
Boys' Odd Pants. ner sets, regular price $22.50,
now $11.85; Tumblers at 15c. per
These all go absolutely set, cups and saucers 30c. per
set: bnreaus from $4.50 up; Fruit
what they Dishes. reguiar price 75c., now
25c. per set; Safes, regular
price $3.50, now $2.65: Side
boards from $7.50 up. A full line
c oI U S of Matting; Mattresses, Springs,
Window Shades. Pictures and
Picture. Frames at 50c. on the
whattheycostyou.dollar; Musical Instruments and
NotAttachments at half-price; Wil
price: Lamps and Clocks almost
Rgiven away; splendid line of
goods were bought on Toys and Xmas Gifts for all.
an average of 25 to 50 Folding Beds
per cent. under the 5 worth $35.00 will now go at $7.50,
forts and Blankets to keep you
warm, at half p-rice.
Sular market price, soec
ular markt prce, o,,$Now don't be backward, come
and buy us dut at your own
when we offer them AT *gures. We need the money
iv Mand you need the goods, and if
COST means a saving of will, and
COS mens saingof~it will pay you to buy or the
future. Yo will have only 12
about 100 per cent. to days to take advantage of this
sale, after the 24th, regular
you. Hence if you want prices will prevail.
Yours for Bargains,
to save money you will .
buy these goods of us. qs. L. KRASNOFF
.THE FURNITURE MAN.