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MANNING, S. C., FEB. 20,1907.
Publishes All County and Town Of
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.
Echoes of the White Sale.
40 inch Lawns at 10c., worth 15c. 40
inch Lawns in short lengths at 8 1-3c.
5000 yards Torchion Laces to match
at 5c the yard, worth 10c.
Gents' fine suits at cost-boys knee
suits at cost.
Mens' and Ladie's heavy fleecedlined
winter Underwear at cost-Children's
winter Underwear at cost.
Ladies' fine black skirt goods at cost.
Fine all-wool Blankets at cost. Big
values to offer in Furniture. Al] of one
big stock of shoes going at fancy prices.
Mens' Blue Denmin Overalls at very
Mens' heavy Plow Shoes at sacrifice
prices. Our entire line -of Millinery
going at cost. We are anxious for cash
W. E. JENKINSON CO.
Mr. David Levi spent yesterday in
The jamestown exposition opens
Mr. W. E. Reardon spent last Sunday
Mr. Harby Moses of Sumter spent
Monday in town.
Dr. W. R. Mood of Summerton was
in town Monday.
J. j. Cantey, Esq., of Summerton was
in town yesterday.
The sports are having a great time
on Clark Hill today.
Mr. B. 0. Ragin of Summerton spent
last Friday in town.
Mr. Claude Lesesne of Sumter spent
Sunday night in town.
Mrs. Herman Bradham is visiting
her parents at Enoree.
Mrs. Hattie J. Ingram of Sumter is
visiting relatives in town.
Mr. D. Hirschmann has returned
from the northern markets.
Mr. Charles Beaty has returned from
a business trip to Jamestown.
Mr. Thomas Nimmer left Monday
for a few days stay in Charleston.
The fire well in front on Policeman
Huggins' house has been completed.
Miss Octavia Dove spent Saturday
and Sunday with parents in Sumter.
Col. a. D. Lee and Mr. Edgar Hayns
worth of the Sumter Bar are in Man
Editor Cargyle, of the Sentinel, has
been quite sick for the past several
Mr. C. J. Clark of Norfolk, Va., is in
Manning visiting his brother Mr. R.
Mrs. Bunyan Harvin of Summerton1
is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs.
C. a. Harvin.
L. D. Jennings, and A. B. Stucky,
Esgs., of the Sumter Bar, spent Mon
day in Manning.
Miss Louise Land of Foreston spent a
few days last week with Misses Gladys
and Helen Thames.
Miss Many Mayes, of Mayesville is
in town for a few days visiting the fam
ily of Mr. L. L. Wells.
Miss Fannie Ryttenberg, who has
been visiting Miss Bertha Briggs, has
returned to her home in Sumter.
Gen. G. D. Bellinger of Columbia,
former Attorney General, is in. Man
ning in attendance upon the ccurt.
The town of Summerton is weil rep
resented in Manning this week, the at
traction being the Tlindal-Sublett law
There were many sad countenances
in Manning last Monday morning when
they saw the doors of the dispensary
W. S. Nelson, of the Columbia Bar,
was here last Monday, attending court,
as attorney for the Western Union
Mrs. M. E. Burgess who was injured
by afall last week is not as seriously
hurt as was at first supposed, and is
getting on nicely.
The Dinners given by the ladies last
week for the bnefit of the hospital
wrere quite profitable. Something over
one hundred dollars was realized.
The whistle of our local oil mill
should be sent to a laundry to be clean
ed out. It is a horrible screech,
enough to cause nervous prostration.
Much excitment was caused in town
Friday morning by the presence of a
mad dog. Several dogs were bitten,
some geeand- chickens killed, and
the dgfinally escaped.
Miss Nonie Webb, of Charleston, and
Marie Simons, of Washington, left
Thursday for' Kingstree, where they
will spend sometime before returning
to their respective homes.
The county commissioners have pur
chased several good mules, and Super
visor McFaddin is now prepared to do
the road work which is needed in
various parts of the county.
Died last Saturday near DuRant,
Carroll Montgomery, .a son of Mr. J.
M. Montgomery. The funeral took
place Sunday afternoon at Concord.
~Rev. W. J. McCoy conducted the ser
Now that the legislature is a thing
of the past let us all try and concen
trate our minds upon something for
the future. There will be no politics
this year, and the newspapers will be
put to it for material to entertain their
Our readers will overlook any de
ficiency in this issne of THE TITE,
the fact is, the editor is not in a con
dition to do satisfactory work so soon
after his return home from the capitol
city, but he will get down to the real
ities of his profession and give his
readers all that iso in him by the next
There is a disposition all over the
country -to get the government to put a
stop to newspapers publishing the
horrible and filthy testimony im the
Thaw murder case now being tried in
New York, and we hope it will succeed.
The recital of Mrs. Thaw is unfit for
publication and it should be outlawed
The ladies of the Hospital Executive
Committee, and the ladies who assisted
them with the dinner given on
the 14th inst., take this opportunity to
thank the ladies and gentleman who
gave so generously, and to assure them
that their contributions were beautiful,
and the dinner a financial success.
,Friday evening the young people
gave a ministrel for the benefit of the
"C. M. A. lodge. Miss Gertrude Brad
ham devoted much time and attention
in getting up the performance, and she
is to be congratulated upon the success
of the plays. The boys were ably as
sisted by Misses Howle, Thames, Tres
cott, Ida Bradham and Hodge.
A telegram reached here last Mon
day morning announcing the death at
Manaus, Brazil, of Abraham Salameh,
a brother of Mrs. Thomas Nimmer.
This young man visited Manning about
a year or so ago, and made quite a fav
orable impression by his handsome
features and refined and courteous
manner. The deceased was a young
business man of Brazil. Mr. and Mrs.
Nimmer has the sympathy of their
friends in this, their sad bereavement.
Died at his home about five miles
west of Manning about midnight last
night Mr. P. C. Cochran aged about
58 years. The deceased was a brother
f Mrs. Sarah Thames of this town.
Ee was a good citizen, always taking a
livelyinserest in public affairs and was
a man of great service in his communi
ty. He was married twice, and leaves
a widow, and several children by his
frst marriage. The funeral will take
The citizens of the Pinewood section
are thinking of applying to the county
board of control to open a dispensary
at Pinewood, as a protection from illict
liquor selling. It is claimed if a dis
pensary was permitted at Pinewood
thousands of dollars now being spent
in Sumter and over the river for liquor
would remain in the county, and thus
tncrease our county's revenue. With
>ut a lawful place to sell liquor, blind
;igers are prolific ILarge quantities of
whiskey are shipped to Rimini and
Pinewood, and it is sold, and other
ounties get the benefit of the profits,
,ut if it was legally sold at Pinewood
he tmatter could be policed and the
unty would reap the financial bene
We sincerely hope that the people of
chool district in which Manning is
ocated will take steps to ascertain
hether or not there shall be an elec
ion lookirg to-the building of a modern
;chool house. The law giving the right
s now upon the statute books. and it is
ip to the citizens cf this community to
;ay whether or not they are satisfied to
3ermit such towns as Kingstree and
summerton to outstrip them in a pub
ic spirit which is one of the best pay
ng investments a people can make for
ihe public good. The trustees of school
istrict No. 9 should take the initiative
Ld set the scheme to moving, they
,hould devise a ways and means to
trouse the people and make them real
ze the need.
TEE TmEEs editor is under lasting
>bligations to his friend, S. Oliver
'Bryan, Esq., for looking after the
ocal departrent in his absence, and
rhile we are extending, or rather
naking public acknowledgment of Mr.
'Bryan's valuable and intelligent
ervice to us and our readers, it is well
hat we also express our appreciation
o the "Man Seekers' Club," for their
,onsideration of us in letting Mr.
3'Bryan continue to exist. We feel
atisfied that had we not have made a
yle in his behalf nothing could have
aved him from their wrath, even the
lucking under of a drug store counter,
ecause, when women get their dand
,rs up a man must go down upon his
cnees in supplication or be annihilated.
'he information came to us that he
iad laid himself liable, and it was de
ermined to make the little told
pot on his head spread itself, but our
~ppeal saved him, and we are glad.
The legislative delegation the county
oard of education and the Mayor of
he town of Manning, made the follow
ng recommendations as members of
;he county dispensary Board of Con
.rol. Mr. E. S. Ervin represents the
elegation, Capt. I. IL Bagnal the
,oard of education and lur. A. H.
reedin the town. In our judgment
this is a strong board of business men,
mad we feel assured the dispensary un
ler their supervision will be conducted
cording to law, and in the intarest of
;he county. Mr. Ervin is fully ac
iuainted with the operations of the
lispensary, having served with credit
w a dispenser, and when he voluntarily
etired from the position to engage in
be hardware business he accepted a
osition on the Board, and has served
ipon it ever since. The other two
nembers, are well known business
nen and while they have never before
iad anything to do with the dispensary
.heir business qualifications is an as
urance that the establishment will be
~onducted upon business principles.
The sudden closing of the local dis
mensary was so unexpected that many
i fellow is left to nurse a great big
hirst, and one of them told us that if
ae can just survive his journey across
iquor Sahara, he believes he will be
in condition to accept prohibition soon.
Ee said "if a fellow who is accustomed
o stow away a pint a day can live a
week without a drink, it is sure proof
hat he can do without for all time."
Eenry Smith says he "don't give a
Billy 'whether the dispensary ever
pens again, that old Moss shut it up
an it is all right." There are men
Lowever who would wade knee deep in
dot ashes to get liquor, that are so
hook up by the closing of the dispen
gary that they are urging the imme
iste arrival of prohibition. Yester
lay morning we were approached by
an'e of the most ardent supporters of
the State machine to help him get up
nnd circulate a petition for prohibition
and we asked him why this sudden
change? He replied that "county dis
pensaries are unconstitutional, and if
they succeed in their operation it will
mean that some one of the leaders of
this county dispensary- movemtent will
disrupt the reform movement, and beat
Ben Tillman for the Senate."
It's a good old world after all;
If you have no friends or money,
In the river you can fall;
Marriages are quite common and
More people there would be
Provided you take Rocky Mountain
Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.
First Grade-Helen Baker. Charles
Dinkins. George Huggins, Rounette
Hirschmann, Irene Ridgill, Quincy
Thames, Minnie Sauls.
Second Grade-Mamie Baker, John
Gamble, Henry Grill, Maybelle Legg,
Netta Levi, Susan Sprott, Maybelle
Third Grade-Celeste Ervin, Fannie
Bradham, Joseph Burgess.
Fourth Grade-Lucy Wilson, Preston
Thames, Lee Ridgill.
Fifth Grade-Ollie Strange, George
Trescott. John Bagnal, Mabel Todd,
May Strange, Mary Jayroe.
Sixth Grade-Julian Creecy, Pammie
Bradham, Nellie Hodge, Martha Jenk
inson, Chovine Clark.
Seventh Cade-Lillie McIntosh.
Eighth Gaade-Virginian Wilson,
Marian Wells, Mary Ridgill, Jake
Ninth Grade-Grady Bowman, Ma
bel Browne, Wylie Hodge, Archie
Rogers Tayler Stuckes, Helen Thames,
Mattie Venning, Gussie Young.
Tenth Grade-Emmie Johnson, Beu
lah Wilson, Annie Dollard, Louise
Brockinton, Bessie Harvin, Hattie
riersn Mortha Davis, Vallye Appelt.
As we went to press last week the
case of Senty Way and Wash Anderson
for murder was being tried. They
were found guilty of manslaughter,
with recommendation to mercy, sen
tenced to two years each.
R. Manson Turner and Comelia
Jackson, who were found guilty of
adultery were each sentenced to ore
year and a fine of $100.
Dave Soorts was found "not guilty"
of assault'and battery with intent to
The court of common please opened
Thursday, and a few orders were
taken and some motions argued, after
which court adjourned until Monday
to take up the jury cases in the civil
The court this week is engaged in
civil work. The first jury case was Dan
Fleming against the Atlantic Coast
Railway Company,-damages for injury,
verdict for plaintiff, 5500. W. C. Dua
Rant and A. Levi for plaintiff, and
Wilson & O'Bryan for defendant.
Henry Gibson vs A. C. Bradham and
Paul B. Hodge, damages for cutting
timber, verdict for the defendants.
Attorneys for plaintiff, DuRant and
Levi; Davis & Weinberg for defendants.
M. E. Johnson, Henry Kelly, et al,
plaintiffs against Hattie J. Kelly, at al,
efendants, partition estate W. J.
Kelly. Davis & Weinberg represents
the family of W. J. Kelly and claim
half of the estate. Kelly was divorced
from his first wife in Georgia in 1871
and married Nancy E. Futch, who is
now claiming the other half of the es
tate and is represented by J. H. Les
sne; she is now living in Florida.
Kellv returned to South Carolina about
.895 and married again to Hattie J1
ennings, the third wife, who is also
laiming half the [estate, and is repre
ented by Levi and DuRant, Esqs. A.
B. Stuckey of Sumter, represenis
kshby Calhoun Kelly, a child of the
Irst wife, and alleged to be an illegiti
nate and born nearly two years after
W. J. Kelly went to Georgia. The do
endant Ashby Kelly claims two-thirds
A the estate. The case promises to
ontinue the rest of the day.
Of Interest to Women.
Every woman naturally should be
iealthy and strong, but a great many
romen, unfortunately, are not, owing
;o the unnatural condition of the lives
we lead. Headache, backache and a
7eneral tired condition are prevalent
unongst the women of today, and to
-elieve these conditions women rush to
he druggists for a bottle of some prep
tration supposed to be particularly for
hem, and containing-nobody knows
what. If they would just get a box of
Brandreth's Pills, and take them reg
ilarly every night for a time, all their
,rouble would disappear, as these pills
-egulate the organs of the feminine
fystem. The same dose always has
he same effect, no matter how long
hey are used.
Brandreth's Pills have been in use
or over a century and are sold in every
trug and medicine store, either plain
Grand Tury Presentment.
o the Honorable T. C. Klugh, Pre
We, the grand jury drawn for the
rear 1907, beg to make this our first
resent: We have passed upon all bills
f indictment handed us by the solici
or. We have appointed as a commit
ee to visit the jail, W. S. Rhame, R.
). Cothran, and B. D. Griffin, and beg
o make the following report, to wit:
That the jail is in as good sanitary
~ondition as possible, the sheriff hay
.ng called our attention to the crowded
~ondition of the jail, and especially
uring the summer months, we recoin
end that two additional cells be made
rhich we believe can be done at a very
easonable cost, as there is ample
We further recommend that the
ewerage system around the jail be con
,inued for a distance of about seventy
ye yards, when it will there connect
ith a canal.
We appoint the following commit
ees on chaingang, S. C. Lee, J. H.
dorris, and W. P. Roberts.
On finances and county offices, A. 0.
3radham,. L. H Harvin, and the fore
nan, W. R Davis..1
Owing to the very rainy season and
nferior material used in bridges, the
ads are almost impassable in places
nd as the heavy travel of the spring
;eason will soon commence we would
~specially urge' that the Supervisor
'ive them his immediate attention. 1
We would also recommend that the1
supervisor dispose of the road engine,1
is we do not believe that the same can
e used to advantage.
In conclusion, we desire to thank
o for your forcible instructions as to
11 matters affecting our duties.
All of which is respctfully tubmuitted.
W. R. DAVIs,
Several years ago, an eminent sur
on removed the entire of a woman
ufering from Cancer. The patient
;urvived the operation~and lived several
nonths. This women had no use for
Rydale's Stomach Tablets. But ever
ne whose stomach is diseased or de
rangd does and will find these tablets
a perfect remedy. no matter what form
f indigestion or dyspepsia affects you.
Rydale's Stomach Tablets give quick
elief and effect a permanent cure of
the worst forms -of stomach disease.
'hey are sold under a guarantee. Price
5 and 50 cents a box. Large size con
tains 21-2 times the mall size.
Polished and Vigorous.
Observing a passenger with the un
lighted butt of a cigar in his fingers,
the street car conductor requested him
to put it out
"It is out, you chump," responded the
"Pardon me," resumed the conductor,
if I have failed to make myself clear.
The condition to which I had reference
was not one of mere temporary non
combustion, but of elimination, the
eradication, I might say, of the physic
al presence of your nicotine laden rem
nant, this process followed necessarily
by cessation of the odor now permeat
ing an atmosphere already somewhat
deficient, I fear, in the essential ele
ment of ozone. Tmn a humble cionduct
or, and my aim is to please; but, you
big porcine stiff, you throw that cigar
through the door or I'll throw you end
it both. See?"
"Excuse me, professor," replied the
passenger meekly, and the incident
was closed.-Philadelphia Ledger.
Itch cured in 30 minutes~by Woolford's
Sanitary Lotion. Never fails. Sold by
W. E. Brown & Co., Druggists.
Spider Chased a Man.
A story is -told by an explorer of a
large and fierce South American spider
which chases men if they come too
near its lurking places. On one occa
sion he was pursued by one. "Riding
at an easy trot over the dry grass," he
writes, "I observed a spider pursuing
me, leaping swiftly along and keeping
up with my beast. I aimed a blow with
my whip, and the point of the lash
struck the ground close to it, 'when it
instantly leaped upon and ran up the
lash and was actually within three or
four inches of my hand when I finng
the whip from me."-Lonfdon Standard.
-.k....dm...... Btadder Bight
The Newborn and the Dead.
Lavater in his "Physiognomy" makes
the following curious remarks: "I have
had occasion to observe some infants
immediately on their births and have
found an astonishing resemblance be
tween their profile and those of their
father. A few days after this resem
blance almost entirely disappeared.
The influence of the air and food and
probably the change of posture had so'
altered the design of the face that you
could have believed it a different indl
vidual. I afterward saw two of these
children die, one at six weeks and the
other at four years of age, and about
twelve hours after their death they Im
mediately recovered the profile which
had struck me so much at their birth,
only the profile of the dead child was,
as might be expected, more strongly
marked and more terse than that of
Elliott's Emalisfied Oil Liniment
is the best rubbing Liniment in the
world. Try it. One half pint bottlen
only 25 cents.
Ladies, get your Flower Pots from
Dickson Hardware Co.
The best Two-Horse Plows for sale
by Dickson Hardware Co.
Abont 50,000 drawn cypress heart
hinzles, and 25,000 brick. Legg &
Will arrive in a few days a car of
12,000 pounds of Rice Flour. Legg &
Before buying or selling a farm or
ny property, write The Carolina Realty
nd Trust Company, Bishopville, S. 61
For Rent,-As a general merchandise
;tore, the building next door to the
>ostoffice. A splendid stand. Apply a
Coming a car of 24,000 pounds of
baled Rice Straw, price 75 cents per
L00 pounds, its worth the money. Legg
We expect the last of this week a
arge shipment of Flour, Grits and
eal. Flour will be sold only in full
>arrels, and Grits and Meal in unbroken
acks. Now you have a chance to buy
,bese goods right. Legg & Hutchinson.
Sotice of Sale of Personal Property.
Pursuant to an order of J. M. Wind
am, Judge of Probate, I will sell to
;he highest bidder, for cash, at the late
-esidence of Mose Walker, deceased, in
aid County and State, at 12 o'clock, M.
)n Saturday the 2nd day of March,
L907, the following personal property,
,o wit: About 1500 pounds fodder,
bout 1,000 pounds of hay, one-half
interest in one two-horse wagon, one
ialf interest in one single buggy, and
bout 50 bushels of corn.
Given under my hand and seal this
L5th day of February. 1907.
JOSEPH E. DAVIS,
Will sell at public vendue, first Mon
lay in March, 4th, at 12 o'clock M., all
hat lot adjoining the deKpot lot in town
f Manning containing 2 acres more or
ess, and known as the lot of the Naval
tores Manufacturing Co. Terms cash.
urchasers to pay for papers.
All land owners, farmers, tenants
nd planters, whose fields are adjoin
g public roads in Clarendon county
re requested to stop using the publicC
~oads for turn rows for their fields. We
uggest that you run two rows parallel
ithi the road which will allow you to C
urn your plows on your own land with
)ut loss of land from the field. We 4
vish to remind the people who have
lelds alongside the public roads that
he roads are for the use and conven
ence of the whole public and not alone
or those whose land they pass I
bhrough and - we wish to inform all
rho plow in the road or oh
~truct it in any way or who fill up
)r obstruct the drains or ditches that.
,hey will be prosecuted to the full ex
,ent of the law. All roads are required I
o be not less than 16 or more than 20
eet wide exclusive of the ditch on I
ach side and every one is warned
gainst obstructing this right of way.
We earnestly request the aid and 1
ssistance of all of the citizens of the 1
~ounty in building up a road system
that will be a credit to the, whole
:ounty and a benefit to every citizen.
B. P. BROADWAY,
R. E. MCFADDIN, 3
CHAs. B. GEIGER, 1
Board County Commissioners. I
It will pay you to take good care of
your liver, because, If you do, your
liver will take good care of you.
Sick liver puts you all out of sorts,
makes you pale, dizzy, sick at the
stomach, gives you stomach ache,
headaclhe, malaria, etc. Well liver
keeps you well, by purifying your
blood and digesting your food.
There is only one safe, certain and
reliable liver medicine, and that is
For over 60 years this wonderful
vegetable remedy has been the standby
in thousands of homes, and is today
the favorite liver medicine in the world.
It acts gently on the liver and kid
neys, and does not Irritate the bowels.
It cures constipation, relieves con
gestion, and purifies the system from
an overflow of bile, thereby keeping
the body in perfect health.
- Price 25c at all druggists and*
Bell & Reardon
Opp. Coffey & Rigby's Stable,
Before you let the contract~ for that
Turned Work or Log Cart. Our prices
are very reasonable when quality of
work is considered.
Our blacksmith work is up to the
standard and when you need work in
that line remember that we are just
as accommodating as ever, and we are
aiways glad to see you.
Don't neglect your cough.
Statistics show that in New York City
alone over 200 people die every week from
And most of these consumptives might
be living now if they had not neglected the
You know how quickly Scot's
Emulsion enables you to throw off a
cough or cold.
ALL DRUGGISTS: 50c. AND $1.00.
Bear in Mind
That you Want
The Best Materials,
For All Crops
For Big Crops.
aily receiving additions to our stock, and it is our intention to bring the
rightest and most attractive goods to be had for the money, no matter where
e may have to go get them. We want to call your attention to our fine stock
TINWARE, AND AGATEWARE.
We have everything in open stock, no need to buy sets, you can get one
ece or as many pieces as you want at the very lowest possible price. Our con
nued sales of
COOK STOVES AND RANGES
an evidence of the splendid values we are giving in tliese goods. The excel
et cooking qualities ~of the 0. K. Stove or Range, their handsome and massive
ppearance, their elegant proportions of their makeup, the favorable impression
ade by tnem as compared with other stoves all go towards helping us make
ales Anyone with a critical eye can readily judge when they once see our
. K. Prince Stove at 812.50, or our 0. K. Duke at $15.50. Why they are so
opular we will appreciate a call from any housekeeper who has never seen
ese stoves and will take pleasure in showing where they so far excell others.
on't forget to harvest your hay crop this year the first favorable weather. If
ou have not got a Mower come and see us at once, we have Mowers and Rakes
hat do the work any where that machinery can be used, and often where others
SYRACUSE TWO-HORSE PLOWS.
We have all sizes of these well-known and popular plows.
.AMERICAN FIELD FENCING.
We have a large stock of this well-known fencing. Let us figure and
how you how cheaply.you can fence your pasture or farm and raise cattle and
ake money while you sleep.
Very truly yours,
Ianning Hiardware Co.
5. L. KRASNOFF, Undertaker and Funeral Director.
Open day and night to meet the demands of the needy. Our tUn
dertaking Establishment is complete in every respect. We carry
Coffns from $2.00 to $25.00; Caskets from $10.00 to $300., finished and
draped in the most artistic manner. We have Hearses for both white
anResidences, halls, rooms and contents disinfected by-the most ap
pr~oved methods of modern science, destroying all contagious and in
fectious germs of every nature. Resecfuly
fianning, S. C.
in stock the best assorted lot of
ever brought to this market, from $45. up to 85., and feel as
sured we can please anyone who rents a good, comfortsable Buggy.
We have also
two seats, for one or two horses; also the best lot of.
we have ever handled before. The
is a leader with us. We have a large lot on hand, and will guaran
tee satisfaction to those who place their trade us.
We have passed now into our sev enth year, and to see small periods
like the past before we quit the trade wi th the people of Clarendon
and adjoining counties.
WV. P. BA'f(INS & COMPANY.
H e a v y Underwear,
Dress Skirts, Ladies'
and Misses' Cloaks and
Jackets, Furs, etc., at&
less than wholesale val
ue. We are still contin
uing to slaughter prices
on all heavy winter
It will pay you to comes
and get -some of these
Good heavy pair of
Blankets for 63c.; better
ones for 93c, $1.39, etc.
The best on. the market
H e a v y Underwear,
worth today $1.50 the
Suit, you get them from
us at 90c. Suit.
Ladies' fine D r e s s,
Skirts trom 87c. up.
Cloaks, Jackets, Furs
etc., at your own price.
The Young Reliable,
J.. R IGBY
Mocha and Java Coffee, 3-lb. ca.................. ..... $1.00
Corned Beef Hash. 1-lb. can...................... ...-- -0
Shrimp Croquets, f-lb. can........... .................12e
Salmon, Fancy Columbia River, 1-lb. can............... .20e
Irish Potatoes (French Fried) per pk.. .................. 35c
Apples (Virginia style) per doz............. .......1, 20, 25c.
Breakfast Bacon (Fancy Boneless),per lb..............-.17c
Ham (Cold, Boiled or Fried) per lb................ ...... 18e
Tripe, clean and sweet, 3-lb. cans. . -. -...... ... 15e
Buckwheat Cakes, Hecker's 6-lb pkgs....... . ...... 35c
Cheese, Fancy June make, per lb.. ............. 20
Providers of Good Things to Eat.
The short crops in the vicinity of Manning have caused
prices this fall not to advance as they did last year.Now is the inves
tor's opportunity, as with reasonably good crops and prices next
year's land will go much higher. Others think as we do. And
here are two orders recently placed with us by two men from
other counties, and the kind of men this county needs:
First. A farm. within easy reach of a high school and good
churches, properly improved-and costing from five to ten thousand
Second. A farm of from one to two hundred acres, within~
reach of a common school and good church. costing from three to
five thousand dollars.
If you can't pay cash we will help you to borrow the mioney>
Manning Real Estate Agency,
E. D. Hodge, M[anager.
nace oer Tank of Manning.