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MANNING, S. C., MARCH 2:. 1907.
Publishes All County and Town Ot,
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. Mis'r be in
this oflice by Saturday Noon in order to
insure Publication the following week.
Great Easter Sale.
Everything in the way of nice de
pendable Merchandise put on sale at
Special Easter Prices.
Ladies' Dress Goods, White Goods,
Wash Coods, Laces and Embroideries
all at Special Sale.
40 inch Lawns at 10c the yd.
36 inch White Madrass at 12ic yd.
Very fine Shear Organdies at 10c
A large line of Skirting Print Calico
Mens Fine Easter Suits value $12.50
will go at $10.00.
A large line of Mens Fine Negligee
Shirts at 50, '75 and $1.00
Mens Fine Scriven Drawers at 75c
imitation Scriven Drawers at 50c. jrst
as good as trie Scriven.
A large -line of Mens new style
Spring Hats, also a nice line of Mens
A nice line of Mens new Spring
150 dozen new Linen Collars and
Cuffs for men boys and ladies. Now is
the time you will need a plenty of nice
Collars, Cuffs and Neckwear.
W. E. JENKINSON CO.
Judge R. 0. Purdy of Sumter, is in
The county board of equalization is
in session today.
Mr. E. R". Plowden, .Jr.. visited Char
leston this week.
The fire cistern near the Institute
has been completed.
Dr. W. M. Brockinton went to Kings
tree yesterday on business.
Mrs. Waltei V. Wilson of Bishopville
is in Manning visiting relatives.
Mr. Walter L. Harvin of Augusta is
in Manning visiting his parents.
Miss Massy Lee Estes of this place
was one of the State's prize winners.
The store of Mrs. Barwick at Pine
wood was destroyed by fire yesterday.
Died last Saturday afternoon at Sum
merton, Mr. Harty Richbourg, aged
about 30 years.
Mrs. Dr. M. S. Kirk and Mrs. J. P.
Sanders of Hagood are visiting Mrs.
W. E. Jenkinson.
The friends of Judge J. S. Wilson
will regret to learn that he is not im
proving as they would like.
Rev. Nelson J. Brown will preach at
Paxville-in the Methodist church at
11o'clock, Easter Sunday.
Hon. C. M. Davis of Summerton, has
returned from Charleston, and was in
Manning Monday considerably im
proved iQ health.
Rev. James McDowell was in Man
ning last Friday on business. His
friends were indeed glad to see him
looking so well.
When will the movement begin to
ascertain whether or not the voters of
school district No. 9 are willing to issue
bonds for a modern school buildinz.
The shirt-waist and apron sale o'f the
ladies of the Presbyterian church was
quite a success. They realized about
The old frontiersman, J. W. Thom
son, rigged up a prairie schooner, gave
a cluck to his mule. and started on an
inland route to Canada last Monday.
Died last Wednesday morning in
Williamsburg county, Mrs. Francis
Jane Lowder, aged $6 years, relict of
the late H. H. Lowder who prede
ceased her about 20 years ago.
The Easter hat is now ripe, and
ready to be plucked by the descendants
of Mother Eve, while it gives the de
scendants of Father Adam an oppor
tunity to sit up and look pleasnt.
Bloomville a new postoffice on the
Wilson and Summerton railroad will
be opened up next week. The post
master is Mr. W. A. Dyson, and he is
looking .for his commisiona every day.
The Baptist young people of South
Carolina will hold a convention in
Columbia April 9 to 11. There will be
an elaborate program. and Governor
Ansel will delhver the address of wel
The Woodmen of this town feasted
themselves last Wednesday night .at
McIntosh's restuarant. The attend
anqe was not as large as it would have
been had proper notice been given of
The Parland-Newall Company will
give the second lyceum entertainment
at the Institute hail on April 5, at 8.30
o'clock. The sale of tickets will begin
at the store of the Manning Grocery
Company on April first.
The bridge across R-'owes old mill,
near Davis Cross Roads, was destroyed
by fire last Sunday night from a foresi
fire. This bridge is on a rural mail
route and has stopped the mail de
livery to a number of patrons.
The Knights of Pythias of Pinewood
are to have a banquet tonight. Grandi
Chancellor Rutledge Rivers and Grand
Keeper record and seals Thornwell are
to be present. Preparations have beet
made to make the occasion enjoyable.
Some of the best men in Clarendor
county have recently purchased The
Manning Wagons, amomg them being
Major A. Levi, W. T. Lesesne, H. K~
Beatson, T. C. Owens, L. P. Boswell,
and others. Made and sold at Manning
Postoffice Inspector G. W' Brown int
spected the rural route from Manning
around by Brewington today. We think
the route will soon be established, and:
as Mr. Wilson Dickson made the high
est average on exmination he will
probably get the appointment as carrier.
Clerk of Court A. I. B3arron has
awarded to Mr. A. Plummer Burgess
of Summerton, the contract for re-In
dexing the real estate records in his
office. Mr. Burgess is a pains-taking,
intelligent man, and the work will b4
done in a very satisfactory manner.
The b-lilding of fire wells by the
council f<-r the protection of properta
is a wise 3xpanditure of the people'
money, at~d so would the expenditury
of money tor health by a wise expends
ture of money. Let eveaybody get:
benefit from taxation. -
The good news of Mr. Claude S
Breedin's success before the Stat
Board of pharmuaceutal examinersi
Columbia last Thursday was very gra
ifving to his friends here, although
vwas not surprising as the young man
not only exceedingly bright but he is
very hard student and full of ambitior
He came out first in a class of mlng
four of which failed, and only five.C
them entitled to practice the ~professic
The folloin delegates haze beer
selected to represent Clarendon Lodgc
No. 173 Knights of Pythias at the di;+
trict convention which meets 1r
Georgetown on the 10th of April.
Mlessrs. J. McSwain Woods, S . .Kravl.
noff and Dr. J. A. Cole.
Mr. Aarou Lorvc- of this town cle
brated his SI'th birthday on the 15th iust.
We are sure the people of this town
where Mr. Loryea has lived many
vears will join us in wishing for the
old patriarch a continuance of God'.s
bounty, and his years will he many
Tiie ladies are mak ing preplaratiOnls
to get up an entertainment for tle ben
efit of equipping t.he, new library build
ing the erection of which will soon
begin. The affair promises to be one
of the "hits" of the season. Its pro
jector will not consider the word
"failure" in anything she undertakes.
A number of caeets of the Citadel
left that institution yesterday because
the authorities expelled three cadets
for violation of rules, and perjury. The
affair is to be deplored, and, the ten
youngsters who were being educated in
a public institution will live to regret
their foolishness and learn how silly
At the request of Miss Annie R. Lor
yea who is in enarge of distributing
the Confederate crosses of honor for
this section, we publish the following
veterans who are entitled to, and have
not yet called for their crosses: H. M.
Griffin, J C. Hodge, J. E. Hodge, P.
T. Floyd, J. J. Barfield, G. W. McCall,
J. B. Stukes, R. F. Ridgeway.
Box rents at the postoftice are due
Saturday. All boxes not paid for will
be declared vacant and the mail will
go into the general delivery. Since
the reduction in box rents there is a
demand for more boxes. and we would
advise those holding- boxes now, if
they wish to continue them to pay their
rent promptly or they may find the
boxes rented to some one else.
Another Manning merchant goes to
the wall of banruptcy. Last Monday
Mr. J. L. McLeod of this town was ad
judged a bankrupt on his own volunta
ry petition in the United States court.
Manning has been free from failures
for a number of years, but the results
of last year had a telling etl'ect upon
those whose capital could not with
stand adversity. The failure of any
business bouse in the town is to be
regretted, and it is especially deplora
ble that failure should overtake our
ambitious young men. The liabilities
of Mr. McLeod we understand are con
siderably more than his assets.
The County Dispense.ry Board is be
ing besieged to appoint constables to
run down blind tigers in this county,
but those wishing constables are appli
cants for the positions. According. to
these applicants the country is being
flooded with illegal booze, yet some
of these men were constables under the
State dispensary, and liquor flowed just
the same. In our judgment, the con
stabularv did mighty little good under
the old regime, and it will do very lit
tle good now. The illegal sales in re
mote places will continue until the
citizens who are opposed to the viola
tion of law determine to prosecute
those defying the law.
Elliott's Emalisfied Oil Liniment
is the best rubbing Liniment in the
world. Try it. One half pint bottle.
only 25 cents.
A petition signed by 27 citizens of
the town of Pinewood was today pre
sented to the County Board of Control
to establish a dispensa.ry in that town.
Dr. P. M. Salley, Ashbury Felder, and
Rev. J. H. Noland, came here to enter a
protest, and they also have a petition
against the establishment of a dispen
sarv at Pinewood Mr. P. H. Brough
ton~ who presents the petition for the
dispensary does so in the interest of
law observance. He states that his
section is suffering from illicit liquor
selling, and is is not confined to Pine
wood, but the neighboring stations
have liquors shippeb in to them and
that the liquor is sold and used, the
neople have to contend w ith the an
noance and the revenue goes out of
she county. He believes if a dispen
sary is established it will tend to pu t
a stop to the illicit traffic and be more
beneicial to the community than the
existing conditions. .
Faster and faster the pace is set,
By people of action, vim and get,
So if at the finish you would be,
Take Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea.
Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.
There is a law which makes it a mis
demeanor for persons to kill fish with
dynamite, and yet this season of the
year, the violation of this law has be
come so common, at first started by
white men who profess to be respect
able and law abiding citizens, an d the
example set by them has been followed
by negroes, until the streams will soon
be barren of fish. Last Friday night
about 400 dynamite cartridges were ex
ploded in Cuddo Lake, and thousands
of fish destroyed. The same practice is
at Princes' pond, one of the best fish
ing grounds in the country, and yet
therea is no prosecutions. If the law is
to be trampled thus ruthlessly, how
can good citizens marvel at other viola
tions of law. These violators of the
fish law should be prosecuted and it is
the duty of good citizens to haye the
law enforced. It is not right to have
the fish in the streams slaughtered in
this manner and every man be he white
or black, should be taught the lesson
of law obedience. The good citizens
should organize themselves into clubs
and see to it that the law relating to
the sale of dynamite and the destruce
Ition of fish is observed, and in order to
help out the cause, any person furnish
ing us with the proof, we wvill go be*
fore a magistrate and swear out a war
rant of arrest and do our utmost in
securing a conviction.
NotIce to onr Customers.
We are pleased to announce thal
Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs:
cold and lung troubles is not affectec
by the National Pure Food and Drug
Law as it contains no opists or othe2
harmful drugs, and we recommend ij
Ias a safe remedy for children an(
adults. The Arant Co. Drug Store.
We understand that the contract foi
completing the road to Sardinia whici
was awarded to Davis of Sumtei
county has fallen through. Mr. Davi
was here last Saturday to file his bond
but he claims the reas"m he would no
file bond, and take the sontract, he wa
informed the supervisor was withou
funds for the work, and that lie coub
only be paid in county certificate
which to get cashed would requir
shaving. This road to Sardinia ha
cost the county a large amount o
money and will cost a great deal more
In our judgment there was no necessit:
o build the road, it would have pat
better to have taken the money an
labor used on this road and fixed up th<
Sold roads, but is is too late now to take
a backward step, the road has beel
:1started and it should be completed
,.The commissioners are right in con
tracting is out, -but where is the mone;
to do the work? There is none in th
county treasury now and no provisio
emade for any in the near future. Th
nI county already has a deficit of abou
260for a road engine which is useles
and for which no provision for paymen
has been made, this with about $70
amore of back indebtedness will nees
itate an increase in the tax levyc
. one mill, and if the road to Sardiniai
Ito be completed it will need anothe
n mill, making an increase in the levyC
Young Men Beware'
In this age of fast living. and sensa
tionalism, where all manner of plcas
are invented to cover up wrong
where scientists have discovered that
the human think-box is liable to get
tangled and snarled for any and all
kinds ot provocation. and whcre the
tauglcd conditiun has gotteu the pos
sessor of a balled-up brain into trouble,
it is called "brain storm," a sufficient
excuse to be turned loose: we have so
accustomed ourself by the reading of
these thiugs as happening in the large
towns, that we are prepared for any
kind of a social upheaval, hut, when the
tOwI of Mansing has hecone the vwv
tim of a social sewsation we must. C01J
fess that it, takes away our hreath veOn
had we just, i uncha~ ou a l in berge'
Who ever heard, who would have
dreamed that staid old Manning, its
very atmosphere lodened with purity,
should all at once have a social sensa
tion sprung upon it: If the town of
Manning has a reputation for anything,
it is for its excellent -morals, its free
dom from smart sets, no gay Lothario's
who give girl-pie dinners with vaude
ville attachments, absolutely nothing
to shock the most scrupulously pious.
in fact. because we do not take to the
modern ideas of society we are looked
upon as slow, going at a drowsy pace, as
slow as Philadelphia, but a change is
about to take place, we are on the eve
of a social outbreak that will stagger
the country with its astonishment, the
multitude will raise its hands in hor
ror to learn that our exemplary tradi
tions are blasted by one fell blow at
perhaps a thoughtless moment when
Cupid took a shot at two souls in this
The matter has leaked out in a mys
terious way and has reached certain fem
inine sources which,therefore makes it a
legitimate news item. On or about a
certain evening of last year, when the
leaves in the forests were turning
brown, a young lady and a young gen
tleman of this town gave each other
their promise true. and swore by the
star-lit heavens and the moon above
that they loved each other and would
marry. The couple are proninent, the
lady from one of the best families, and
esteemed for her womanly qualities,
and the man popular, prominent and
prosperous, but as the young lady
claims, is tickle, he's a flirt, he toys
with woman's affections and he is as
callous as steel, and his promises are
nil, she has brought suit against this
gav deceiver for breach of promise,
and the evidencc promises to be start
ling. The young~ man, jealous of his
reputation and out of respect for the
gray hairs that has sprinkled his Van
Dyke. claims that he is a victim of a
conspiracy, that his reputation and
his fortune is at stake, he will defend
the suit at all hazards and has em
ployed two lawyers To defend him The
attorneys representing the lady will
prosecute the case vigorously and are
confident they will secure a verdict of
On account of the heavy docket at
our next term the lawyers retained by
the plaintiff and the defendant will ap
ply to his Excellency the Governor, to
order a special term of court for Clar
endon to force this case to trial about
the I8th day of April.
Several years ago, an eminent sur
gon removed the entire of a woman
suffering from Cancer. The patient
survived the operation and lived several
months. This women had no use for
Rvdale's Stomach Tablets. But ever
one whose stomach is diseased or de
rangd does and will find these tablets
a perfect remedy, no matter what form
of indigestion or dyspepsia affects you.
Rvdale's Stomach Tablets give quick
relief and effect a permanent cure of
the worst forms of stomach disease.
Thev are sold under a guarantee. Price
25 and 50 cents a box. Large size con
tains 2 1-2 times the mall size.
A Bright Light Extinguished.
Died at the Riverside Infirmary last
Monday afternoon, in Charleston, Rev.
J. G. Beckwith, aged 34 years. The
deceased was a brilliant young man,
well known and beloved by this entire
community. The following is taken
from yesterday's News and Courier:
After an illness of several says, dur
ing which time hewas contined to the
IRiverside Intirmary, the Rev. John G.
Beckwith, pastor of Bethel M. E.
IChurch, and one of the most popular
divines in the city, died yesterday af
held in Bethel church this afternoon at
2 o'clock and the remains will be ta
ken to Florence this afternoon for in
terrment, it having been the expressed
desire of the late Mr. Beck with to be
buried beside the grave of his little
Igirl, who died in Florence some time
The Rev. Mr. Beckwith conducted
services a week ago last Sunday, but
complained later in the day, and on
last Tuesday was operated on for ap
pendicitis. 'It was seen at once that
the case was a very aggravated one.
The patient became worse steadily and
it was soon seen that there was very
little hope of saving his life. He was
conscious almost until the very mo
ment of dissolution, and fully appre
ciated his condition, he gave directions
for the arrangement of his affairs, and
also requested that the body be taken
to Florence for burial. He passed
away peacefully and quietly, surround
ed by relatives and friends.
The body was taken to Bethel church
last evening and remained in that
building throughout the night. This
afternoon at 2 o'clock the funeral ser
vices will be held. and this afternoon
the remains will be taken to Florence.
Mr. Beckwith was born near Jami
son, in Orengeburg county, September
25. 1873. His paternal ancestors were
of'old Cavalier stock and came to this
country in the seventeenth century
with Lord Baltimore and settled in
Maryland, and later in Virginia, while
his ~maternal ancesrors, the Moorers,
were among the earliest rettlers in
Orangeburg county. He was the fourth
child of Lawrence R. Beckwith, and
Anna Hesse Moorer Beckwith. He at
tended the schools of the neighborhood
and was prepared for entrance into the
South Carolina Military Academy at
Sheridan School, in Orangeburg. He
entered the Citadel at the age of 10
years and graduated near the head oi
Ihis class in 1892, although one of the
youngest cadets in the class. Mr. Beck
with having had a scholarship at the
institution, fulfilled his obligation tc
the state by teaching school for three
Iyears, during which time he preparec
himself for entrance into the ministry.
He was licensed to exhort, while teach
ing at Summerville in 1895. On ac
count of the ill health of the pastor,
;the Rev. H. M. Mood, in charge of the
Manning station, Mr. Beckwith was
made supply. He next served at Rocl
Hill and after being admitted to the
Conference he was stationed at Ker
Ishaw. It was while he was serving or
this circuit, in February, 1897, that hi
married Miss Fannie Annesley Brails,
ford of Richmond, Va., a lineal de
cendent of General Moultrie. In 1891
e served on the Barnwell circuit
where he remained four years. Hi
hen went to Florence.
IHe served the church at Forenet
m ost acceptably for four years, and ac
c omplished much good. At the las!
ession of the Annual Conference heki
at Columbia last December. he was ap
p ointed to Bethel church in this city
a nd soon endeared himself not only t<
m embers of his own con gregattor
lone, but other denominations as well
nd was generally popular. He wat
jt juentering into the prtme of life
snd had before him a large field o
u sefelness when stricken. The new
f his death spread rapidly over _th
city esterday, and many expression
f sorrow and regret was heard. Hi
s congregation held him in the highes
r esteem and affection, and his deat
fif omes as a heavy blow to it. He leave
widw and two children.
Thirsd.ay night at. y o'clock Mr.
Jilian 1vid Chandler and Miss Annie
Williams were married by Rev. J. V.
Daniel, D. D.. at the home of the
bride's sister. Mrs. W. L. Gregg, Jr.
O;ly the neui relativcs and a ir:W in
timatc frieuds wc-rc iuvited.
The bride was beauLifully atuired in
a costume of white silk. and carried in
her hand a large bunch of Easter lil
After the ceremonv delicioo-Z re
freltments wer-e served i i he dining
'Mr. Chanllei is hw eldest. son of Mr.
and M rs. Joe Davi.i ('hand' of 112
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Of t he high las emp!o:,(s of I 1f. Sum
ter Telephone .\binufavoris-- .
has many friends.
The bride came here a fev mouth]s
ago from Marion. S. C.. aid by her
winsome ways and sweet disposition
drew to herself a host of admiring
friends, Mr. and Mrs. Chandler are
"at home" 22 Kendrick strect..-Sumter
Bilious Jim grew so thin
He barely made a shadow.
One day a friend presented him
With Rvdale's Liver Tablets.
He took the hint, began their use.
And ihis is what befell him,
He grew so fat, neither shoes not hat
Could be found to fit him.
Moral-Don't make your wills
But cure your ills,
By usinI' lydale's. Liver Pills.
50 chocolate coated tablets in a con
venient box. Price only 25 cents. Easy
to take, pleasant in effect. Safe and
sure. We guarantee them.
A Man-Slayer Captured.
Jonin Coleman. the negro who com
mitted a brutal and unprovoked mur
der at Dean Bros.' saw mill, near Sum
ter Junction, on September 14th last,
and made his escape, was arrested Fri
dav near Alcolu. He has been working
for the D. W. Alderman Sons' Co. for
some time. He was located only a few
days ago. The warrant was sent to the
sheriff of Clarendon County, aLnd Cole
man was promptly arrested and com
mitted to jail in Manning.
Sheriff Epperson was notified of the
arrest and has sent an officer for Cole
man. He will be tried at the next term
of court. which convenes April 8th.
The evidence brought out at the
coroner's inquest indicated that the
killing was a cold blooded and pre
meditated murder. Coleman came up
behind his victim, William Berry;
while he was standing in Dean Bros.'
commissary and struck him on the
head with an adz, from the effects of
which Berry died almost instantly.
Sumter Item, March 23.
Pow to Avoid Catching Colds.
As everyone is liable to catch a cold
and as colds are danzerous because
they may terminate in chronic throat
or lung diseases. Every one should be
intere.sted in learning how to avoid
colds. The way is simple. Never
sleep too cold, never fall asleep in a
cold roam, or while sitting in a cold
draft, never sit or lie in a cold room
or a draft. No one ever catches a cold
when the body and mind are active,
no matter how cold one may get. If
you are suffering from a cold or its
effects. Raydale's Cough Elixir is the
quickest and best remedy you can use.
Rydales Cough Elixir is sold under a
guarantee. 25 and 50 cts. a bottle.
inquiry as to a Holdup.
She (sternly)-Why were you so late
last night? He (apologetically)-I was
held up on my way home. She (stUi
sternly)-Were you too far gone to
walk alone?-Baltimore American.
Itch cured in 30 minu tes bv Woolford's
Sanitary Lotion. Never fails. Sold by
W. E. Brown & Co., riruggists.
See Clark & Huggins before you
make your contract for Ice.
To Rent-An office over Bank of
Manning. Charlton Dullant. [if
To Rent-A four room cottage on
Church street, one block from court
house. Apply at this offie.
Clark & Huggins are now ready to
furnish you with Ice. They buy in car
load lots and would be glad to sell you
what Ice you use.
My shop is the place where all classes
of vehicle repairing is done right. I
don't know what botching means. B
I run my business on, "money back
if not satisfied," plan. Can you find
anyone who has patronized me that got
botching for their money? B. T. Legg.
50 Manning Wagons are building at
my works, for people in Clarendon
county. A SG. cash payment will get
one. Anybody can raise $6. B. T. Legg
Special Shirt Waist Sale.
White lawn wvaists, beautifnlly
trimmed with embroidery and inser
tion, with short, long or three-quarter
length sleeves. These waists formerly
sold at 75c and $1.00. Special price..for
a short time, 48e at A brams' Bargain
Store, Manning, S. C., next to post.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROUINA,
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
By James M. Windham, Esq., Pro
HEREAS, James McDowell made
suit to me to grant himn ietters
of administration of the estate
of and effects of Belle M. L. McDowell.
These are therefore to cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and~ creditors of the said Belle
M. L. McDowell, deceased, that they
be and appear before me. in the
Court of Probate. to be held at Man
ing, on the 11tth day of April
next, after publication thereof, at 11
o'clock in the forenoon, to show~
cause, if any they have, why the
said administration should not be
*Given under my hand this 22nd
day of March. A. D. 1907.
JAMES M. WINDH AM,
[SEAL.)Judge of Probate.
A meeting of the Stockholders of th!
Jones Bros. & Hinson Company is callec
for April 6tn, 1907, at their office al
Alcolo, S. C., for the purpose of amend
ing the charter of the said corporation
Fr L. M. JIONES,
FrBoard of Corporators.
March 25, 1907.
Having decided to continue the Laun
dry business in the Town of Mannini
I have placed in charge of my Laundr:
jiCharlie Willie, an expert Laundryman
whose wvork will please the people
Patronage is solicited.
Rrinir vonr Job Work to The Times of fici
Girlhood and Scoffs Emualfon are
The girl who takes Scoffs Emul
jfon has plenty of rich, red blood; she is
plump, active and energetic.
The reason is that at a period when a girl's
digestion is weak, Scoffs Emul-Sion 4
provides her with powerful nourishment in
o easily digested form.
It isafood that builds and keeps up a
6 girl's strength.
ALL DRUGGISTS: 50c. AND $1.00.
And Sale of most attractively made
Ladies' and Misses' Hats.
A complete exposition of the New 1907
Ladies' and Misses' Hats,
which will take place,
Wednesday and Thursday 27-28
Tuesday the 26th is practically Opening Day in our
Dress and Wash Goods Line, and we want to lend enthu
siasm to the occasion by makingthe buying incentive the
strongest of the season.
Don't forget the date of our Show Day and Millinery
Opening, March 26th, and Dry Goods and Millinery Open
ing 28th. All are cordially invited to attend.
C. M. Davis & Co.'s Old Stand.
IBIS ESTER SALEI
Ma~rch 2A to Apnrii 1, A7
A big sale of Dress Goods,
Clothing, White and Wash
A big sale of Gent's New
Spring Clothing, Hats, Summer
Underwear, Negligee Shirts
and Spring Neckwear.
A Nice Present to all who trade $5.00 -
A big sale of Laces and Em
broideries of all kinds.
A grand Easter Display and
Millinery Opening of Pattern
March 28, 29, 30.
We want every lady in the
county to be here on March
the 28th, as we will show
some beautiful Hats.
A Nice Present to all who trade $5.00
with us in cash.
in our Line of Black Dress
Goods for Ladies' Skirts and
Suits were never better.g
Our line of White Lawns,
White Linens and Pure White
Linen Suits are the most corn
plete we have ever shown. 40
inch White Lawns at l0c. yd.
36 inch White Madrass - at 12
l-2c. the yard.
Remember the days,March
28th of big Easter Sale; Mar -h
28th Opening of Easter Milli
nery and Pattern Hats.
Anie, useful Present to all who trade
as much af $5.00 with us in cash.
jW. E. Jenkinson Co.
TO THlE TIMES OFFICE.
Mak es All
Let our New Spring Stock assist you with
"Ladies' Fixings" for that Spring-time freshness
and Easter Tide newness.
Ladies' Linen Embroideried Collar for 25c.
Ladies' wash Belts and others in an endless
variety and controlled styles for 10c., 25c. and 50c.
Ladies' Windsor Ties, the kind for the laund
ered collars, for 25c.
Ladies' Embroiderieded Collars, for 5c. and
Val Laces. Linen Laces, Allovers, Embroid
eries, Ribbons, etc., all widths and kinds, and
prices the lowest.
Our offerings for the Spiing are values not
Anticipating a record-breaking season we
have gathered together a stock of vast proportions.
We take pleasure in saying that we are now ready
to show our many Novelties and Specialties, feel
ing sure that your wants can be supplied satisfac
torily from all points of interest to you, viz. style,,
quality, and price.
Mercerized White Goods. in the new shadow
Plaids, checks and stripes, light weights, and soft
weaves, all patterns selected with care, yard 15c.,
25c., 35c. and. 40c.
India Linens, Persian Lawns, Dotted Swisses,
Organdies, Linens, Piques, Madrass, Etc., values
Our exhibit of this season's Wash Goods is
the greatest that has ever been displayed by any
house in city, embracing the latest novelties
of both American and foreign manufacturers.
Wont you give us the pleasure of shoiving
you our spring stock?
The Young Reliable,
J. H. RIGBY.
a Superior Base for Home MixturesE
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