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Entered at the Postomec at Manning as Sec
ond Class matter.
The condition of affairs in the
State dispensary is making some
of its staunch supporters feai
the consequences. They are
beginning to charge treachery
to Commissioner Tatum, because
that official made public his com
plaint- against the purchasing
board. The matter is now under
investigation and unless signs
fail there will be something
doing in the way of inicitments.
If. as stated ir the Tatum letter,
the Board of Control has defied
the law and made extraordinary
- purchases, they should be prose
cuted and punished.
If the statement of the Wash
ington correspondent of the
News and Courier is correct, Sen
ator Latimer is now squarely up
against it, because he went to
President Roosevelt and told
him he agreed with him and en
dorsed his action in the Browns
ville affair.What will Till man say
to this? Is not Latimer's conduct
heresy? Think of it, Latimer
having the termerity to intimate
that President Roosevelt is right
and Tillman is wrong. That is
showing more backbone than a
whole lower house of Represen
tatives in South Carolina. The
members of that body felt like
Latimer, and did say so where
Tillmnan could not hear them,
but when they were to say it so
Tillman could hear it, they de
.clined. Senator Latimer has
not heard the last of this. Till
man will remember him when he
goes 'before the people asking
for re-election: and we predict
that Tillman will charge Latimer
with betraying the Democratic
There is a committee now in
charge of the investigation of
the dispensary of the matters
brought to light by the letter of
Commissioner Tatum, and every
body is impatiently awaiting the
result- There will be prosecu
tions following the report of this
committee, if they find that the
law has been violated. It would
not surprise us to learn that the
Board of Control is prosecuted
and that very'serious revelations
will result. There is a general
disposition on the part of the
general assembly to report any
rottenness that may exist, and
the Attorney General's office will
make things warm for boodlers,
if such are found to be. The
friends of the dispensary . are as
anxious to cleanse the institu
tion as are its opponents to kill
it, and both sides are in humor
to temporize with officials who
have been guilty of wrong-doing.
The McDonald report, and the
Tatum letter has had a very
.demoralizing effect upon the ad
vocates of the State dispensary,
and many who were its staunch
supporters are growing luke
There is no truth in the report
that Tillman expects to capture
the Republican nomination for
Vice president, It is true that
just now there is a Foraker and
Tillman boom, but when Taft
-gets rested from his trip to Char
leston 'he will puncture the
booms of both the torch-twirler
of Ohio, and the pitch fork
statesman from Edgefield. Till
man has been accused of taking
things, and some of the accusa
tions we believe true, but we
* would be hard to convince tliat
he would take second place on
the Republican ticket, even with
such a great political monte
bank as J. B. Foraker, alias
Fire-Ala-rm Foraker of Ohio, the
man whose hatred for the South
* was so intense that he refused to
salute South Carolina's flag upon
the oecasion of the Philadelphia
Centennial, and he was the only
man on the reviewing stand who
displayed such small narrowness
and hate, but politics makes
strange bedfellows for now For
ak-er and Tillman are hollering
mud at the President up the
same dark alley.
It will be remembered when
Hon. Jno. L. McLanrin declined
to go into caucus under the
leadership of J. E~. Jones,he was
stigmatized by Senator Tillman
as a traitor to the -Democracy.
The matter- then pending was
of little importance to the South,
but it did involve the question
whether the nation's integrity
should be sustained. Now there
is a question in the United
States Senate which is of impor
tance to the South as it effects
S.our racial conditiolts which the
South is vitally interested in,
and according to the press re
ports, we find Senator Tillman
refusing to go into a Democratic
cancus because of his antipathy
to the President who has exer
cised his right as Commander-in
Chief of the armies, to discharge
from the service negro soldiers
who murdered white citizens in
Texas. If McLaurin's refusal to
go into a Democratic caucus on
party was divided upon, was
wrong, and for which he should
have been repudiated by his
party, how does Tillman stand?
Is he not to be held to account
for his conduct? We think his
attitude towards his party is not
only wrong and deserving of
repudiation by the Democratic
party, but it is more, it is proof
conclusive that to gratify his
personal spleen, and to promote
his personal aggrandisment. he
would cast aside all considera
tion of the people he represents,
and join with any force to keep
himself advertised as a lecturer.
Tillman refused to go into the
Democratic caucus, and we shall
wait to see what his admirers
will advance to justify his course.
Clemson College invited the
General Assembly to pay the
institution a visit on the 26th.
We voted against accepting the
invitation, because that day be
longs to the people and they
have a right to expect their
Representatives to remain at
their posts to attend to the pub
lic business, and not be junket
ing over the country on pleasure
trips. The invitation was ac
cepted however, and a resolution
was adopted that the money to
defray this expense should be
paid out of the funds of the col
lege. This. in our judgment, is
a misappropriation of public
funds. It is taking the money
of the taxpayers to spend for
pleasure, for that is just what
the trip to Clemson means; the
crowd will have a special train
and when they reach their desti
nation they will be seated down
to a sumptuous banquet, and all
of this must be paid for from the
school's treasury. What is the
invitation for? In our opinion
Clemson wants more money, it
wants a big appropriation, and
is using this means to electioneer
the Representatives. We are
opposed to such a waste. If
Clemson has money to spend for
railroad excursions, dinners aid
the things that accompany them,
then the institution has too much
money, and the legislature
should begin to enact laws to
curtail that income and place
the money on the free public
schools where there is a crying
necessity for more money. We
have always supported the in
stitutions for higher- learning,
and expect to continue to do so,
because they are necessary, but
we will withhold our vote from
any institution that can use its
funds for excursion . purposes.
The Representatives who take
advantage of this free ride and
free grub trip, will only be at
the college long enough to fill
their stomachs before they will
have to leave, so what good will
there going do? And it would
not surprise us to hear that
many of them when they arrive
at the institution will not be
able to tell the college from the
State dispensary. We have no
objection to the members of the
general assembly visiting Clem
son College, but they should do
so after the legislature adjourns,
and at their own expense.
$100 Reward, $100.
The readers of this paper will be pleased to
learn that there is at least one dreaded disease
sta,s and that is Ctarrh. Hau s Catarrh Cure
is the only positive cure known to the medical
fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional dis
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Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly
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temn. thereby destroying the foundation of the
disease.and giving the patieat strength by build
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doing its work. The proprietors have so much
faith in its curative powers, that they offer One
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cure. Send for list of testimonials.
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H as 'mi ils are the best.
Editor The Mannina Times:
Mr. J. D. Munn of Lucknow
visited here last week.
Miss Alma Broadway of Shiloh
visited her friend Miss Minnie
Turbeville last week.
Mr. D. E. Turbeville went to
Sumter last week on business.
Messrs. Brown and McClam of
Lynchburg were here last week.
Miss Lucy Hicks of New Zion
spent a few days of last week
with her friend Miss Rosa Coker.
Mr. Koger McIntosh of Man
ning, who has been here for the
past week, spent Sunday with
his~parents at Workman.
The young people of this place
spent a very pleasant evening at
the home of Mr. W. H. Coker on
Mr. A. H. Pope, who moved to
Motts sometime ago, has re
moved here and will have charge
of Mr. S. C. Turbeville's ma
Always to be Depended Upon.
When a person gets u p in the morn
ing with a dull headache and a tired,
stretchy feeling, it is an almost cer
tain indication that the liver, or bowels
or both, are decidedhy out of order.
At such times nattire, the wisest and]
best of all doctors, takes this means to 1
give warning that she neeids the helpC
and gentle assistance which can bist
be obtained from that old family rem
edy, Brandreth's Pills, which has been I
in use for over a century.'
They are the same laxative tonic pill
your grandparents used, when doctors
were few and far between and when
people had to have a remedy that could
absolutely be depended upon.
Brandreth's Pills can be depended
upon and are sold in every drug and
medicine store, either plain or sugar
"'Just before poor old Dooley died he
made his wife promise that she would'
not marry again."
"Poor old chap--he always was kind
to his fellow mnen!"--Tt-BIts.
The Right Name,
Mr-. August Sherpe. the popular
overseer of the poor at Fort Madison,
Ia., says: Dr. King's New Life Pills are
rightly named; they act more agree
ably, do more good and make one feel
better than any other laxative." Guar
atetocre biliousness and consti
The following are the names and
postoffices of the Grand and Petit
Jurors drawn to serve at the next
term of the Court of General Sessions
which convenes Monday, February
11th, 1907, Judge J. C. Kiugh. pre
J D Hoyle, Oakland.
W M Plowden, Manning.
S M Reardon. Manning.
J S Watt, Summerton, R F D.
M D Wells, Summerton.
J. McD. McFaddin, Manning. RFD
R W Wheeler, New Zion.
C F Rawlinson,.Iordan.
T R Brailsford, Silver, R F D.
W J Holladay, Manning, R F D.
1 V Plowden, Wilson's Mill.
W C Williams, Summerton.
J F McLeod, Manning.
J S DuRant, DuRa'nts.
1) E Jenkinson, Pinewood.
T C Owens, Manning.
J H Alsbrook, Foreston.
B J Brown, Rimini.
Clarence Fleming, :ew Zion.
R J Roberson, Turbeville.
H J Wheeler, New Zion, R F D.
A T Mellette, Manning.
J D Pack, Paxville.
J W Rhame, Silver.
Ben P Stukes, Jordan.
R D Clark, Manning.
J C Jenkinson, Silver, R F D.
R D Hodge, DuRant.
8 B R Davis, Manning.
J M Graham, Manning.
.T W Ridgeway, Jordan.
Eugene Holladay, Silver, R F D.
J W Clark, Jordan.
E L Frierson, Foreston.
J W Touchberry, Paxville.
C C Way, Silver, R F D.
S C Lee, Manning.
W S Rhame, Summerton.
B D Griffin, Pinewood.
R C Wells, Manning.
L H Harvin, Manning.
W L Brunson, Summerton,
W R Evans, Foreston.
J H Morris, New Zion, R F D.
A C Bradham, Manning.
W P Roberts, Foreston.
F C Thomas, Manning.
E J Russell, Manning.
This is to certify that all druggists
re authorized to refund your inoney
if oley's Honey and Tar fails to cure
our cough or cold. It stops the cough
teals the lungs and prevents serious
results from a cold. Cures in grippe,
:oughs and prevents pneumonia and
:onsumption. Contains no opiates. The
zenuine is in a yellew package. Refuse
;ubstitutes. The Arant Drug Co.
In her last novel, "The Dream and
the Busines," Mrs. Cralgle, I regret to
note, used the expression "side whisk
ers." The redundant "side" is to be
found also In Meredith, Dickens, the
greater Richardson, Bronte, Caine,
Corelli, Sims and Shorter. As a matter
of fact, unless otherwise stated, the
least Intelligent reader would take It
for granted that the whiskers were
worn on theside of the face, as Indeed
Is the usual practice. The terms "lip
whisker" (mustache) and "chin whisk
er" (beardette) are Americanisms.
Pall Mall Gazette.
How to Cure Chilblains.
"To enjoy freedom from chilblains,"
vrites John Kemp, F.ast Ottisfield,
ie., "I apply Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
ave also used it for salt rheum with
excellent results." Guaranteed cure
ro~ fever sores, indolent ulcers, piles,
burns, wounds, frost bites and skin dis
ases. 25c. at The Arant Drug Co.
'Why does Baron Hoffman look so
"Haven't you heard? He married a
rIch widow not long ago, and now a
banker has absconded with all her
In Egypt the cat was sacred to the
moon, and when a cat died its master
shaved off his eyebrows in sign of
Danger in Asking Advice.
When you have a cough or cold do
not ask some one what is good for it as
here is danger in taking some unknown
preparation. Foley's Honey and Tar
:ures coughs gnd colds and prevents
pneumonia, The genuine is in a yellow
package. Refuse substitutes.The Arant
Co. Drug store.
A Good Patient.
First Physician - Has he got an
hereditary trouble? Second Physician
-Yes. I hope to hand his case down
to my s.-Harper's Bazar.
It is well for one to know more than
Disturbed the Congregation.
The person who disturbed the con
gregation last Sunday by continually
youghing is requested to buy a bottle
>f Foley's Honey and Tar. The Arant
~rug Co. __
Where His Went.
Bacon-They say a. man's first $100
[s the hardest to get. Egbert-Well, I
ion't know about that I know a fel-,
Low got mine easy enough.-Yonkers
"Is she a charitable woman, willing
to give r'elief?"
"No. She's the kInd that never gives
even a sigh of relief." -New York
Cured ILung Trouble.
It is now eleven years since I had a
arrow escape from consumption,
-rites C. 0. Floyd, a leading business'
nan of Kershaw. S. C. "I had run
lown in weight~ to 135 pounds, and
oughing was constant, both by day
Ld nigt. Finally I began taking Dr.
ing's New Discovery, and continued
his for about six months, when my
~ough and lung trouble were entirely
tone and I was restored to my normal
veight, 170." thousands of persons are
ealed every year. Guaranteed at
['he Arant Drug Co.
Just Like Him.
Th'e Rev. Walter Colton, author of
'Ship and Shore" and other books,
rave a most forcible Illustration of the
~haracter of an officer on board the
hip to whic'h he was attached as chap
an. The officer was always meddling
with other people's business and was
eldom in his own place. Consequently
he was most unpopular with the sail
3rs. One of them, goaded to unusual
Irritation, said one day, "I do believe
that at the general resurrection the
Leutenant will be found getting out of
somebody else's grave."
Base ThKndYuHave Always Bought
Cnnas 0Eda P'rornts Poeunonla
can be greatly increased by giving
special care to the health of every
animal and fowl on the farm.
Sick poultry, sheep, cattle, hogs,
horses, etc., depend on their livers
to keep them well
Stock and Poultry
.keeps their livers working and
therefore keeps them well.
Black-Draught Stock and Poul
try Medicine is a pure, natural,
vegetable, blood purifier, and acts
by regulating the stomach, liver
It prevents and cures Hog Chol
era, Chicken Cholera, Colic, Dis
temper, Coughs, Colds, Constipa
tion, Fever, Loss of Appetite,
Wasting Away, and all the com
mon stock diseases.
It is a perfect medicine for gen
eral farm use. Try it.
Price 25c for a large can, at
all druggists and dealers
Claiims Susta ied
UNITED STATES COU.RT OF CLAIMS
The Publishers of Webster's International
Dictiona allege that it Iis, in fact.thi popu.
lr Unaidged tborougrlly re-edlited in every
detail, and vastly enrlchiCd in every part, with
the purpose of adapting it to neet tle larger
and severer requirements of another genera
te are of the opinion that this aileration
most cearly and accurately describes the
work that hns been accomplished and the
result thathnslieen reached. Th le Dict ionary,
as it now stands, has been thoroughly re
edited in every detail, has been corrected in
every part, and is admirably adapled to meet
the larger and severer requirements of a
generation which denands more of popular
ilolo ical knowledge than any generation
that the world L'aseNcr contained.
It is perhaps needles to addl that -we refer
to the dictonary in our judicial work as of
the highest authority in accuracy of delini.
tion; and that in the future as in the past it
wil be the source of constant reference.
CHARLES C. NOTT, Chief Juica
STANTON J. PEELLF.
"MA RT s 1% l110WRY
CHARLESos 1I I~l
Me abore refers to WEBST ER'S
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, You can then pay your
bills with checks which
we return to you tlie
first of each month and
which are thus made a
receipt in full for every
dollar you pay out.
You can always make change
with a check.
Dank of Summnerton,
Summerton, S. C.
DR. J. FRANK GEIGER."
MANNING, S. C.
Phone No. 6.
For All Cro
high grade a:
ity and prod~
$250.00 reward Will he paid for the
conviction of the party who placed
a crosstie on the Ta-ecoate Trestle
on the night of January 5th. to
wreck our passenger train. And
S100.00 reward for Ihe conviction of
the party who cut both telephoii
wires near Sardinia on Friday night,
ALCOLU RtAILROAD COMPANY.1
$50.00 reward will be paid for the
conviction of the party who set fire
to and burned our Log-loader on
Saturday night, January 5th, near
Mr. J. J. Carriway's residence.
D. W, ALDERMAN & SONS! CO.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon.
Notice of Sale of Personal Property
Pursuant to an Order of J. M.
Windham, Judge of Probate, we will
sell to the highest bidder, for cash,
on Tuesday the 20th day of January,
1907, at the residence of the latte W.
D. Gamble, deceased, at 12 o'clock,
il., the following personal property,
"All of the stock of General Mer
chandise in store, 20 bales of cotton,
7 mules, 4 horses, 8 head of cattle,
12 head hogs. 1 two-horse wagon, 1
disc harrow, 1 stalk chopper, one lot
plow tools, one guano distributor,
1 cotton planter, 1 set wagon gear,
one saddle, 1 lot seed cotton, one lot
cotton seed, 3 buggies, one set buggy
harness, 3 one-horse wagons and one
Given under our hands and seals
this 14th day of January, 1900.
J. H. HAWKINS,
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Pro
bate for Clarendon County on the
15th day of February, 1907, for Let
ters of Discharge as Administrator
of the estate'of Frank Johnson, de
ceased. SEMORE JOHNSON,
St. Paul, S. C., January 14, 1907.
Notice. of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Probate
for Clarendon County on the 16th -day
of February, 1907, for Letters of Dis
charge as administrator of the estate of
James M. Richardson, deceased.
THOMAS C. RICHARDSON.
Silver, S. C., January 15, 1907.
Notice of Discharge.
We will apply to the Judge of Pro
bate for Clarendon County on the 7th
day of February.1907, for letters of dis
charge as executrixes of the estate of
William T. Francis, deceased.
MARY A. E. DAVIS,
NORAH V. BARRAT.
Manning, S. C.. January 7, 1907.
- Office of
County Auditor Clarendon County.c
Manning, S. C., Dec. 27, 1906.)
The Auditor's office will be open
from the 1st, day of January 1907, to
the 20th, day of February 1007, to re
ceive returns of real estate and personal
property in Clarendon county for the
Tax payers return what they own on
the first day of January 1907.
All returns must be sworn to and no
return will be considered either by the
County Auditor or hoards of assessors
unless sworn to. A penalty of fifty per
cent, till be added after the 20th day
The Auditor will be at the following
places in person, or by proxy, to re
Pin ewood, Monday, February, 4th.
Paxville, Tuesday, February, 5th.
Panola. \Wednesday, February, 6th.
St. Paul, Thursday, February, 7th.
Sum merton, Friday, February Sth.
Davis X Roads, Saturday February, 9.
Jordan, Monday, February, 11th.
Dutlie's Old Store, Tuesday, Febru
Foreston, Wednesday, February. 13.
Wilson, Thursday, February, 14th,
Alcolu, Friday, February, 15th.
Youamans, Saturday, February, 10th.
New Zion, Monday, February, 18th.
Turbeville, Tuesday, February, 19th.
McFaddin's, Wednesday, February.
Workman, Thursday, February, 21st.
E -C. DICKSON.
stops the coug~h anhasug
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
Digests what you eat.
ps and For
de from the
als, are of
id fine qual
m.l S. C.
It is the fr:U--,emt-i business man that uses his
opportunities ,if advantage. Under present
flianc6il cndmion, lands can be bought at a
erili: but. this condition cannot lst, lung
and it is only a. matter of short moment when
money will ne pletitift:l and lands acquired to
day will s(!l for a handsomne profit. Call on us
or write for a full deseription of our numerous
oroperties, a few of which we brictly describe
FIRST.-A two-horse farm in Sandy Grove
township. is9 acres. 65 under cultivation, bal
ance in good timber. Two tenant houses and
necessary outbuildings. Good school: healthy
location; churches in easy reach: R. F. D. route
sECOND.-Two acres in Kingstree. fronting
on Railroad avenue. One six-room residence
and one two-room building in yard. Artesian
woll and in sight of graded school.
TH ITR I.--Seventeen and one-half acres in su
burb of I-inzstrce, self-drained..practically all
un(ler cultivation. Excellent building lots. near
graded school and in good community.
FOURTH.-Plantation containing 24:2 acres.
near Workman. 140 acres under cultivation,
balance timbered, comparatively all can be
cleared. Near good school, churchs and post.
olbee. One five-room dwelling house on place,
with tobacco barn and stables. Will grow al
most any crop.
FIFTH.-A farm in Salem near Joe Barrow's
Mill, containing 140 acres, 36 acres under culti
vation. some timber. The entire tract can be
easily cleared. Schools and churches within
SIXTH.-A first class farm In Salem, near
Turbeville. containing 164 acres, 40 under culti
ration. balance in good timber. One 4-room
dwelling and one tenant house on place aud nec
essary outbuildings. On Alcolu railroad. Near
graded schooi and churches. Good location.
All of our Sitlem properties %ill grow tobacco,
cotton and in fact about all crops that are
planted in this section.
Call on or write us for our lists of properties
if you are ir terested.
We also write the best class of Fire Insur
ance with standard companies.
THE CLARENDON REAL ESTATE
AND FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
SUMrIONS FOR RELIEF.
M. E. Johnson, H. M. Kelly, Henry
Kelly, Elizabeth R. Bradham, Law
rance F. Bradham, Edinborough Bry
ant, Marion J. Bradham, Eudora A.
Bradham, Mollie A. Bradham, Joseph
A. Bryant, William M. Bryant, Har
mon L. Bryant, Lucius H. Bryant,
Charles Bryant, John P. Bryant, Al
lice V. Bryant, Idelle Bryant, and
Rufus L. Bryant, Benjamin T. Bry
ant, Olden Oliver Bryant and Willie
H. Bradham Jr., infants under twenty
one years of age, by John J. Bryant,
their Guardian AD LITEM, Plaintiffs,
Hattie J. Kelly, in her own right and
as administratrix, Nancy E. Futch,
otherwise called Nancy E. Kelly, and
Ashby Calhoun Nichols, otherwise
called Ashby Calhoun Kelly, -De
To the Defendants afove named: -
You are hereby summoned and -re
quired to answer the Comiplaint in this
action, of which a copy is herewith
served umon you, and to serve a copy of
your answer to said Complaint on the
subscribers, at their office at Manning
in said County and-State within twenty
days after the service hereof; exclusive
of the day of such service; and if you
fail to answer the Complaint within the
time aforesaid, the plaintiffs in the
action will apply to the Court for the
relief demanded in the Complaint.
The defendant Nancy E. Futch,
otherwise called Nancy E. Kelly, will
take notice that the Summons and
Complaint herein was filed with the
Clerk of this Court on the eighth day
of December, 1906.
DAVIS & WEINBERG.
Notice of Discharge.
I will'apply to the Judge of Probat~e
for Clarendon County on the 7th day of
February, 1907. for letters of discharge
as administrator of the estate of Dayid
F. Lide. deceased.
DAVID R. LIDE..
Pinewood, S. C., January 7. 1907.
Money to Loan.
I have opened up a Meat Market in
the Galluchat Building, below the post
office, where I will keep the best;Fresh
IMeats of all kinds there the market
affor-ds. All that I ask is that you give
me a trial.
-Yours to please,
R. D. CLARK.
' Phone 71.
Mouzon & Rigby,
Fancy Groceries, Fruits, Etc.
Always on hand a fresh, clean line
of Staple and Fancy Groceries, Can
-ed Goods, etc. We supply others'
tables, why not yours?
Give us your orders for anything
in the Grocery line. We fill and de
liver all orders promptly.
We have recently added to our line
Have you been to see the wonder
ful bargains on this countre for 10c.?
I5 you haven't, come in now and let
us show you some of the greatest
bargains for 10 cents ever brought to
Yours for business,
Mouzon & Rigby.
WVHEN YOU COME
TO TOWN CALL AT -
Which is titted no with an
eye to the comfort of his
cnstomners. . . . . .
IN A LL STYLES,
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lDone with neatness and
A cordial invitattion
is extended. .
J. L. W ELLS.
Maning Times Block.
Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar
Cures all Coughs, and expels Colds from
e st em bY gently mavina the bowels.
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thist year in our scainesxeine
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thave yecid to rscoia m line
we have heretofore carrned.
We have a nice lot of Men's and
SBoyrs' Suits and Odd Pants thatwewfiR
B close out at
Also a big lot of Men's ai 0
Hats that are np-to-date in eeyre
i spect, latestshapees
[ A TCOST.
Come qiack and gt yousf f
they are picked over.
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AND. ONION SETS.
Fancy Santa Clara Prunes-extra large.... . .1 pound z
Fancy California Evaported Pitted Plums.. ..12c
3-lb. Cans California Yellow Peaches-heavy
New Dill Pickles......................c .10c-d
A full line of seasonable Vegetables
Fruits, Table Delicacies, etc.'
Purveyors of Palate Ticklers.
~a Brain Sl
Buy now while the chance is here. We are
offering Special Bargains that will open
Shoes, Hats, Caps, Dry Goods,
Clothing, Skirts, Jackets,
Waists, Notions, Millinery,
at prices that will will. astonish you. Re
member, buying right is money saving.
Don't wait, come and see for yourself. Our
Goods: HIGHEST - QUALITY, BARGIAN
PRICES. .. 1:
-NEXT TO POSTOFFICE.