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MANNING, S. C.. uCT. 2. 197-.
Publishes All County and Town Of
Advertisers Wili please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MUST be in
this office by Saturday Noon in order to
insure unblication the following, week.
That October Visit.
No doubt many people are thinking
of lanning a visit to town to make
their fall and winter purchases as the
leaves of autumn are a silent warning
that the cold winter is not far off.
To all such prospective shoppers we
extend a hearty welcome as we have
one of the best selected stocks of mer
chandise to be found in this town.
Ten thousand dollars worth of Dress
Goods and choice staple Dry Goods at
the best prices to be founp in this town
Five thousand dollars worth of gents
youths and childrens Clothing to suit
Five thousand dollars worth of gents,
ladies and childrens Shoes.
Big values in all kinds of Furniture.
Our Millinery showinz is the best
we have ever had. When you make
your visit this fall dont miss
W. E. JENKINSON Co.
Dr. J. A. Mood of Sumter was a visi
tor to Manning yesterday.
Dr. A. J. Briggs of Darlington. is in
Manning attending court as a witness.
Gen. G. D. Bellinger and Col. P. H.
Nelson of Columbia bar are here at
Mrs. Lewis Wood, wife of court
Stenographer Wood is in Manning with
Mr. John Cuttino, who is in the rail
way mail service is at home for a two
Several Woodmen from Manning at'
tended the unveiling ceremonies at
Foreston last Saturday.
The music at the Presbyterian
church last Sunday evening showed the
result of good practice.
Mr. Geo. P. Scarborough, ex-sheriff
of Darlington is here visiting his
daughter Mrs. R. E. Harlee.
Dr. W. M. Brockinton has purchased
an automobile, and hasn't given up his
church membership either.
The Jones Carnival Company will
show here November 25 to 30, for the
benefit of the fire department.
Col. R. D. Lee, E. C. Haynesworth
and Bland, Esqs., of the Sumter bar are
among the visiting lawyers attending
Judge Prince finds it necessary 2to
admonish the spectators in the court
room to stop talking, a large part of the
audience is composed of ladies.
The ladies of the Presbyterian mis
sionarv society met at Mrs. S. J. Bow
man's last week, but for obvious rea
sons newspaper men were not invitea.
Mrs. Shelby Davis left this morning
for the home of her parents at Gaffney,
where Miss Maude Wilson, her sister
will be married tomorrow to Hon. Wal
ter H. Wells, Solicitor third Ndicial
Charleston is getting ready for the
fall festival and has announced the
date of the annual event, November
IS to 23. A fine program will be given
and with reduced rates on the railroads
it will be hard to resist taking a trip.
There will be a supper at Alcolu
Friday night October 4th. There will
be plenty of oysters, barbecue and
light refreshments on hand. Proceeds
to buy desksfor school house. All in
vited. Manning should be well repre
The Paxville graded school opened
Monday September 20th with. Prof.
B. H. Clyburn of Lancaster as principal
Misses Eva Curtis and Jennie Reid as
sistants, Miss Mary Nance a lady of the
educational union delivered an open
Hirschmann is making a nice display
of shoes and hats in his showi windows,
and he is pushing with might and main
for the season's trade. He claims to
have th'e best selected stock he has had
since he has been a merchant in Man
ning, and the increase in his business
is an evidence of it.
Next Sunday is' "Sunday School
Day" or "Rally Day" for the Presby
terian Sunday School. If you ever did
attend the Sunday School or ever ex
pect to do so, do come out next Sunday.
Lets have all the old scholars back and
as many new ones as possible.
A. R. W.
The cotton warehouse has commenc
ed business, already it has a number of
bales stored. The insurance rate is
the same as given to the brick build
ings at Sumter, Summerton and Kings
.tree, and the rate charged for storing
here will be as any warehouse in the
State. There is no purpose to make
money out of this project, all that is
wanted is a sufficient earning to meet
The town tax books are now open,
sit up and look pleasant while you are
called upon to pay the increased tas
of 250 per cent. Let every taxpayer
imagine progress, there is a whole lot
in imagination. The money goes intc
the town treasury. but divvle a bit does
the public know to whom and for whal
it goes. so far, as the information thi
taxpay'ers get from couincil. True,
"Sundries" and "Miscellaneous" gel
a good share of the town's money, bu
who is "Sundries" and "Miscellan:
eous," and what did they furnish anC
what did they do?
Begining October 12th and ending
October 18th the evening mail wil
be closed fifteen minutes earlier that
heretofore, to comply with an ordei
from the post office department regir
ing for seven days the post master t<
count each and every uiece of mail go
ing from the office and report same lt(
the department, it will be impossibli
for the post master to do what is re
quired unless more time is given, the re
fore instead of the evening mail closing
at 6:30 it will close at 6:15. The publi<
is kindly urged to have mail matter ii
the office before 6:15 oclock to issuri
Mrs. Janet Ann Wheeler died Thurs
day morning, September 19, at th
home of her son, Mr. J. P. Wheeler<
Kingstree, after a long illness, the ri
sult of a. stroke of paralysis, which sb
suffered some weeks ago. Mri
Whedler, was the widow of the lat
Gen. Coffee Wheeler, ..ho died in se:
vice near Charleston during the Civ
war. She was a daughter of Mr. Jnl
C. Fulmore, who lived near the prese:
town of Cades. Mrs. Wheeler we
seventy-six years old and was tI
mother of three children: Messrs.
P. Wheeler of Kingstree, C.1
Wheeler of Florence and West Wheel
of Columbia. Her remains werei
terred at the family burying ground
Bethesda church, near Cades, the fu
erald services beinig conducted by Re
S. J. Bethea. The funerallwas larg
attended by people both from Wi
lamsburg and Florence counties.
Mrs. Wheeler was a devoted Chr:
tian and a lifetime member of ti
M~ethodist church. Her death is a s:
blow to a large number of friends al
relatives in the community in wvhil
There will in our opinion soon be put
in operation another mail route. run
ning from Manning across Black River
turning at the Alsbrook corner going
down the road to EP. T. Plowden's,
crocs: 'he country a, Urewington and
turn uack to Manning on the Kingstree
road. This route was inspected but a
requirement was made to repair Brew
ington causeway. and discard the gates
across the roads. Since, there is an
indication that the route will be put in
operation anyway, and we are looking
for favorable action to be taken very
soon. We mention this to save some
the trouble of agitating another route
to cover a part of this one.
"Diavola" the great "Loop Rider"
was in Manning last Monday on his
tour of the continent on his bicycle.
He is an interesting talker, has been on
the road for ten months and is due in
New York in November when he will.
if he reaches the World office on time
receive S40,000 for his trip. If however
he should not reach that office on time
he forfeits 320,000. Diavola has been
with the great circuses doing the loop
the loop stunt. He is not, by his con
tract. permitted to beg, borrow or steal
but iI anyone wishes to contribute any
thing to him he is permitted to accept.
His wife and baby, who was born at
New Orleans since he has been out on
this jaunt. was here with him: she
rides on the trains and meets him at his
The ladies propose to have in the
near future an entertainment for the
benefit of the line laddies.and we hear
tily endorse their public spirit. Would
that our men could manifest as much of
that requisite for a town's welfare as
our good women do with their restric
ted opportunities. If they did our town
would soonn quicke into an activity that
would lplace it. in line with progressive
towns. The ladies, appreciating the
value of tire protection and realizing
the sacrifice a few young men are ma
king to give this needed protection, are
going to endeavor to raise some money
for the fire company's benefit, and this
they propose to do by giving an enter
tainment which will be worth the price
of admission and be novel in its nature.
We hope that it is not necessary for us
to urge our readers to give these ladies
every encouragement possible.
Coffey & Rigby vs A. C. L., $151 and
interest from October 1904, for loss of
a mule in transit, and $50 penalty.
Verdict for plaintiff, 8231.64. W. C.
Davis for plaintiff's attorney: Purdy &
O'Bryan defendant's attorneys.
S. L. Krasnoff vs A. C. L., same at
torneys. Suit for loss of goods invoiced
at $333 38 and damages. Verdict for de
fendant, on the ground that it was not
roven the A. C. L. was liable for the
B. A. Johnson vs H. B. Cutter,
money demand. Verdict for plaintiff.
$665.12. Davis & Weinberg for plain
tiff, Charlton DuRant for defendant.
W. S. Evans vs A. C. L. Charlton
DuRant for plaintiff, Barron, and
Purdy & O'Bryan, for defendant. Case
withdrawn from jury and settled by the
Monday morning the case of Helen
Tindal, et al, vs R. A. Sublett, et al,
was commenced. There is an array of
lawyers. For the plaintiffs, Davis &
Weinberg, Lee & Moise, Haynswortb
& Haynsworth. For the defence, Bel
linger & Welch, Purdy & O'Bryan,
Charlton DuRant. and R. J. Bland.
This is the largest suit ever tried in
this court house, and there is great
interest manifested. The court room
is crowded daily, many ladies are in
terested spectators. The property in
volved is claimed by the plaintitTs to
be worth over $25,000.
Rydale's Liver Tablets
Are guaranteed to cure Chronic Con
stiation. Biliousness and Torpid
Liver. Give them a trial and if you
are not satisfied your money will be re
funded. Each box contains 50 tablets,
price, 25 cents. Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.
Greelevville Camp 223 unveiled a
monument last Sunday to the memory
of the late Sovereign Jackson Moses
MRoy, in the cemetery at Foreston,
in the presence of an immense gather
ing of people. The Camp assembled
in the masonic hall, and marched to
the cemetery a distance of about a
mile, at the cemetery .gate they were
joined by the "Woman's Circle" an
auxillary branch of the Woodmen, and
together with the Boys of Woodcraft,
the procession marched to the grave.
The ceremony was conducted by soy
ereign Taylor, acting council comman
der, who formed the sovereigns, circle,
and Boys in a wedge about the grave,
and a well selected choir rendered sev
eral appropriate hymns. The beauti
ful ceremony of unveiling was continu
ed in accordance with the ritual, and
after the cavering was removed there
stood the monument of beautiful de
sign, representing a broken oak, lean
ing at its base, three lilys, inscribed
upon the stone are the syvmbols of wood
craft, and its motto Dumn Tacit Clamat.
Then the name, birth, and death of
the deceased sovereign.
In a most impressive manner Miss
Mitchum acted as reader, and recited
the ritualistic poem.
The service was concluded by an ad.
dress delivered by sovereign Louis a n-.
pelt from the Manning Camp, in whibh
he gave a brief biography of the decea'
sed,stressed the principles of the order.
and admonished his hearers to appre
ciate the privilege they were enjoying
to be associated with an order havmg~
such a grand and inspiring purpose.
The ceremonies seemed to make at
impression upon the spectators,. wh
for the first time had an opportunity t<
realize what woodcraft purposes to dc
to help mankind, and its sphere in mak
ing this world of ours appreciate thei
meaning of brotherhood.
Miss Mabel Brock Dead.
Died at her her home in Cheraw o1
Sept. 26th Miss Mable Brock, aged a
bout 21 years. The deceased was em
ployed 'in ~Manning by Hon. J. F
Rhame as his stenographer, and du
ring her residence here, she madi
many sincere friends, and the news o
her ~death brought sorrow into a num
be' of homes in this town. The follow
ing is taken fro~m the Columbia State
Cheraw, Sept. 26.-Miss Mabel Broc1
died today of typhoid fever, after an ili
ness of several weeks. Miss Brock ha
had the very best medical attentio
and nursing and was thought to be get
ting well, but suffered a relapse th
early part of the week. She was nex
to the youngest daughter of Mr. P. E
e Brock, being about 21 years of age, ani
>f was a 'very handsome y'oung lady, love
-by all who knew her. She had bee
employed for the past two years by
;. law firm in Manning and at the timt
e she was taken ill was employed in th~
ofices of the Chesterfield & Lancaste
i Railroad company.
> The funeral will be held tomorro
it fro the C'heraw Methodist Church,<
? which she was a member. The inte:
le ment will be in the new cemetery 0]
1'. osie St. David's church.
.'Besides a father. Miss Brock leavi
?r two brothers and five sisters. amon
a- whom are Col. WV. T. Brock. assistal
t adjutant and inspector general, at
n- Mrs. W. W. Coker of Columbia.
The books are open for the collecti<
.s- of Town Traxes. Property Tax
e cents on the $1010 (5 M-111s) Street ti
id 83.00. Otlice open every afterno<
2d from 4 o'clock, until further notice.
:E. J. BROWNE,
The Citadel Scbola'ShiP Explained.
'Mr. S. P. Hol.aday, County Superin
tendent of Education, Manning.
DEaR SIR: Your letter to Gov. Ansel
has been referred by the State Supt. of
Education to Col. C. S. Gadsden who
requests me to give you the facts con
cerning the change in the appointment
of State beneticient in this institution.
There are 68 such beneficiaries in z.ll,
to he apportioned in the ratio (if the
124 members of the House of Represen
tatives; that 68-124 or 17-31 to a member
Every county must have at least one.
Multiplying 17-31 by the number of
members to which a county is entitled
the value of the product is an integer
and a fraction: if the fraction is over i
the integer was increased by one. Pro
ceeding thus to assign to the counties
the scholarships indicated by the inte
gers, there are usually a few scholar
ships left over to be assigned to the
counties havinz equal, snalT. resedual
fractions. In the last apportionment
this assignment was based on the pre
ponderance of population shown by the
U. S. Census of 1900. The practice be
fore that was by lot. For the last three
years Clarendon County was entitled to
only one beneficiary appointment: but
as Bradham and Plowden had been
just admitted equity required that they
be allowed to finish the course. Upon
the erection of every new County a re
establishment of the quotas becomes
All parents having children to be
enrolled in the first grade will please
send them at once, for they cannot be
admitted to 'this grade after the 6th of
October. Children of the other grades
who hold promotion cards cannot be
promoted if they wait till school has
well advanced in the season before th.?y
JNo. C. DANIEL.
The Home Mission Society ot the
South Carolina Conference will con
rene in Manning Oct. 17-20. A full at
tendance is expected, as a cordial invi
tation has been extended through the
Southern Christian Advocate to every
society in the conference and even to
those charges having no societies have
been invited to send delegates. Mrls'.
W. G. King has charge of the placing
of the delegates, so all communications
in regard to homes should be addressed
MRS. .T. C. DANIEL,
Editor The Manning Times:
Misses Mary and Annie Broad
way are spending some time in
Mrs. J. W. Mims and children
are spending some time at Glenn
Miss Hattie Tony of Johnston
has been visiting Misses Curtis
Mr. and Mrs. Manning Hodge
of Harvin spent a few days of
last week here as the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Brown.
Miss Esther Broadway of Sum
ter is visiting relaiives and friend
Mrs. W. E. Tisdale is visiting
relatives at Privateer.
The "OySter Supper" given
by the ladies of the Paxville Bap
tist Church last Thursday even
ing was quite a success.
The Paxville high school o
pened this morning with Prof.
Clyburn of Lancaster as Princi
pal, and Miss Reed of Spart
anburg, and Miss Eva Curtis of
Paxvile as assistants.
Huyler's Candies at Leon Weinberg's.
Pure Maple Syrup at The Manning
See our line of Crockery. Dickson
Ask for Obelisk Flour. It's easy.
For sale by Leon Weinberg.
New English Walnuts just received
200 lb at The Manning Grocery Co.
Boys get that nice Gun from Dickson
Blue Ribbon Extracts gives that de
licious natural fruit flavor. For sale
by Leon Weinberg.
Our 10c Rio Cotfee~is a bargain. The
Manning Grocery Co.
White Star Cotlee. the perfect bever
age, adds a joy to every meal. For sale
by Leon Weinberg.
Let us sell you your Moor Blades at
-*2.40 cents each. Dickson Hardware
Fresh Buckwyheat, Flap Jack Flour,
Oat Meal, Cream of Wheat, Farina,
Grape Nuts and Egg Noodles at The
Manning Grocery Co.
White Star Co ffees perfect in flavor,
uniform in quality, delicious in the cup.
For sale by Leon Weinberg.
Ladies you will find everything fot
the Kitchen at Dickson Hardware (Co
The best is the cheapest. Therefore
Ihave Obelisk Flour. For sale by Leor
Blue Ribbon Extracts. One half the
amount required of most other brands
For sale by Leon Weinberg.
Let the children get in the Corr
Guessing Contest. See special ad iu
this issue. The Manning Grocery Cc
We handle the famous Tranda brant
Pure Virgin Olive Oil, obtained direc
from the importers. 50c bottle at Th<
Manning Grocery Co.
Most~ Mocha and Java Coffees are spu
rious. You get the genuine article1
you buy White Star Mochas and Javas
For sale by Leon Weinberg.
Let us sell you your Moor Blades a
2.40 cents each. Dickson Hardwar
eGet in the swign, eat Whitman'
tGive her Whitman's. Keep your min
on Whitman's. There's nothing bettel
3.TheManning Grocery Co.
Lihter rolls, more delicious biscuit
aand more flakey pastry than you ca
get from other flours. You will fin
ethis in Obelisk. For sale by Leo
W. E. Jenkinson Co's Dressmakin
"Department will open Monday Oct.
Sunder the supervision of a competer
dressmaker from Baltimore.
For Sale-A highly improved tral
~5of land containing 123 acres situate
g5 miles from Manning on road to Saler
itNew 5 room dwelling that cost $1,20
deighty acres cleared. Place cor
pletely fenced. Apply to J. A. Wei
Imported Raspbery Syrup, delightf
in Gelatine, Ice Cream, Sherbet, Sug:
ISauces and as a beverage, 75c tI
quart, at The Manning Grocery Co.
Kodol Dyspepsia Our
lDigests what you oat.
For the proof and Conviction of Per
son or Persons who stole one bale of
cotton marked 33 J. W. S. from our
Depot at New Zion, s C.., between
Sept. 21 1901 and Sept. 26, 191. Alcolu
R. P. JENKINSON. E. c. HORTON
JENKINSON & HORTON,
INS U R A N CE
Some reasons why we ask a share of
your insurance business:
1. We represent nothing but reliable
old line Tariff Companies, and in plac
ing your business in our hands you are
2 We are young men, striving to
make an honest dollar, and there is no
one who will appreciate your business,
and look closer to your interests better
3. We are thoroughly identified with
the town of Maaning, and in placing
your business in our hands you are
hel ping homefolks and no one e'se.
"If it is Written by Jenkinson &
Horton it is Written Right."
OFFICE OF COUNTY DISPENSARY
BOARD OF CLARENDO>J COUNTY.
Manning, S. C., Oct. 1st. 1901.
Bids are hereby requested in accor
dance with the Dispensary Law now in
force, for the following kinds and quan
tities of liquors, beer, and other articles
herein enumerated to be furnished to
the state of South Carolina for the use
of the County Dispensary Board for
Clarendon County as ordered. to wit:
50 barrels of Corn, 100 per cent.,
50 barrels of Iye, 100 per cent., differ
50 barrels of Gin, 100 oer cent , differ
5 barrels White N. C. Corn, 3 to 5
Bids will also be received for case
goods including Malts, Rye, Corn, Gin,
Alcohol. Rum, Brandy, Champagne
and Beer. All goods shall be furnished
in compliance with, and subject to the
terms and conditions of the Dispensary
Law of 1907, and bidders must observe
the following rules:
The bids shall be sealed and no sign
on mark upon the envelope indicating
the name of the bidder. All bids must
be sent. by express or registered mail
to L. L. Wells, treasurer for Clarendon
Couuty, Manning, S. C.,on or before the
first day of November 1907. The con
tract will be avarded to the lowest res
ponsible bidder' The Board reserves
the right to reject any and all bids and
any part of bids. The Board reserves
the right to increase or decrease the a
bove quantities at the same price as bids
submitted. All goods to be delivered
F. 0. B Manning S. C to be paid for
within 90 days and subject to regage
at our warehouse.
Bids will be opened at the office of
the County Board Manning S. C. No
vember 2nd .1907.
E. S. ERVIN,
A. H. BREEDIN,
I. I. BAGNAL,
County Dispensary Board for Claren
Manning, S. C., October 1st, 1907.
of the condition of
Dank~ of C|larendo
Located at Manning, S. C.,
at the close of business on
I oans and discounts......104,080 10
Demand loans............. 3,300 00
Overdrafts,................. 107 64
Furniture and fixtures...... 1,438 53
Due from banks and bankers 23,341 42
Currency............... .. 3,779 00
Gold....................... 195 00
Silver, nickels and pennies 884 77
Checks and cash items.. .... 1,671 28
Total ............. .. ..8128,777 74
Capital stock paid in...$25,000 00
Undivided profits. less cur
rent expenses and taxes
paid....... ............. 7,428 50
Individual deposits subject to
check.................. 39,349 24
ots and bills rediscounted.
Total........... .... .$128,777 74
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA .
COUNTY OF CL.UENDON.
Before me came J. T. Stukes, Cash*
ier of Bank of Clarendon, who being
duly sworn, says that the above and
foregoir.g statement is a true condition
of said bank, as shown by the books of
file in said bank.
J. T. STUKES.
Sworn to and subscribed before me,
this 30th day of September. 1907.
.CHARLES WV. PICKERING,
Notary Public for S. C.
J. A. WEINBERG,
FRANK P. ERVIN,
S. A. RIGBY.
2 Young Mare Mules 5 and 0 years old,
1,000 pounds weight.
3 Mares, all good workers.
1 Young Horse, (colt).
Long Staple Seed, 80c. per bushel
f. o. b., Paxville.
I made 1,000 lbs. per acre, and go
21c. per pound for it.
Chickens, Turkeys and Hogs.
15 DAYS ONLY.
Easy terms. Apply to
Paxville, S. C
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Probat
for Clarendon county on the 29th da
of October, 1907, for letters of dis
rt charge as Administrator of the Estat
d of Mose Walker, deceased.
. JOSEPH E. DAVIS,
- Davis Station, S. C., Sept. 28, 1907.
Notice to Creditors.
rAll persons having claims against ti
ie Estate of P. C. Cochran, deceased, wi
present them duly attested, and tho!
owing said Estate will make payroel
to the und.ersigned Qualified Executri
of said Estate.CARECCRN
The effect .of Scotfs EMn- s n pn uhin,
pale children is magical.
It makes them plump, rosy, active, happy.
It contains Cod Liver Oil, Hypophosphites
and Glycerine, to make fat, blood and bone,
and so put together that it is easily digested
by little folk.
ALL DRuCGISTS; SOc. AND $1.00.
+ Exchange Your
Cotton Seed for Meal. +
Director R. J. Redding of the Georgia :
Experiment Station, says:
"Cotton Seed Meal is a cheaper and more effective ferti
+ lizer than cotton seed. u
:3 "A farme:' should never use cotton seed directly as a ferti
lizer when he may exchange it for a fair equivalent of meal."
4 According to chemical analysis of each, 886 pounds of cot
.+ ton seed meal are abou; the equivalent in content of plant food, +
to 2000 pounds of cotton seed. But owing to the superior me
chanical condition of the meal and its consequently greater, or +
more prompt avaihbility, it is safe toassume that
* 800 pounds of meal are the full equiva- I
lent to one ton of seed. *
+ Therefore, whatever excess abova 800 pounds of meal the
farmer can get in exchange for a ton of seed, or by selling the
: + seed and buying the meal, less the cost of hauling or freight +
ing, is so much clear profit in comparison with using the ton of *
- seed directly as a fertilizer."
3 + Director Redding has proven by actual field experiments +
+ that the above statements are right. and by exchanging your
seed with us you can realize nearly 100 per cent. profit on the
=+ MANNING OIL MILL,
C. R. SPROTT. Manager. :
BEST COODS. 9OMPAN g HONEST CES.
SOME GOOD ANP SAFE REMEDIES:
Crack Shot Chill and Fever Remedy Cures Chills
and Fever. A Cure in every Bottle. Price 25c.
Use Laxative Fever Syrup. As Pleasant tc Take
as Fig Syrup. as good remedy as the best. Buy a
AreThe Days. ,
Ladies, you are all specially
* nvted to attend our Grand
OF PATTERN HATS,
MILLINERY and MIL
LINERY GOODS, FINE
Wednesday & Thursday,
October 2nd and 3rd.
S Ladies, it will pay you all to
attend this Grand Display of Fall
and Winter Millinery, Dress
Goods and Silks, as it will be one
of the mnost important that has
ever taken place at our store.
IWe will have on display about
'75 -Pattern Hats, ranging in
price from $5 to $25 each, includ
ing many of the famous French
IDish Pan Shapes.
Ladies, we beg you all to at
tend this Grand Display of Mil
linery and Dress Goods, as it
will be without doubt the great
est effort of our life to make this
the most important - and
successful displays ever shown
L in this town. Our line of Dress
Goods, Silks and Trimmings.
and Wraps wvill also be one ofI
the main features of this great
Remember the dates and
fasten them well on your mem
Wednesday & Thursday,
October 2 and 3.
W. E JENKINSON
Bru~Yor o Piniu oCheTie
THlE NEW SHOE STORE IS
With the Greatest Line of
Special strong are our Children's School
Artistic are our Ladie's fine Shoes and
Servicable are our Mens' work Shoes.
Come where you get a shoemaker's fit.
Come to the Shoe Store for your Shoes.
W. Me TURNER HOE COS
The only exclusive Shoe Store in Manning.
*0~q 11 1V . VVV VI7
Get The Habit!
of trading with us. We believe we can
make a satisfied customer of you. We have
the right goods at the right price. We have
already proved it to some, let us prove it to
you. Have you tried our Shoes ? We can
give you Shoes with more style, more wear,
more solid comfort and service for less
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