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S. C., DE-C. 18, 1907
Publishes All County and Town Of
iao a Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MUST be in
this offce by Saturday Noon in order ,to
insure oublication the following weer.
For Sale For The Cash.
had to take in on debt.
ie Milk Cows and Calves. A
Dry Cows and Yearlings. One
>x that will weigh 1000 pounds.
-iead of Mules and 4 head of
-s and lot of Buggies and
ns tlso some good 2 horse
us. Will sell all the above for
le very fine Milk Cows.
I also sell for the cash 500 fine
oats from $3.50 to S15.00.
ies Long Jackets from S5. to
ies Short Jackets from S1 to $3
Mens fine Suits of Clothes from
-bildrens Knee Suits from $1.19
- er Suit.
pair of Knee Pants from 25e
)0 per pair.
Mens Pants from $1.19. for a
Al all Wool Pant to $6.50 for
!st in the store.
I sell for the C A S H.
W. B. JENKINSON CO.
Wednesday is Christmas.
,VUI OL iti. ~U vr.U L LP4
A. C. Bridgman of Columbia
in the three churches of this
pay an extra price for a 40
mirkey, a- THE TIMES office.
as such a bird?
ind Mrs. W. B. Dickson of North
Carolina are in Manning, their former
home, for the holidays.
Manning needs a board of equaliza
tion which will assess property inde
pendent of the county assessment.
- Died last Thursday Mrs. J. W. Brow
der, aged about 60 years. The burial
took place Friday at Gak Grove. Rev.
C.. A. Waters condicted the service.
Mr. Max M. Krasnoff formerly of
Manning, now in business in New York
is here-visiting his brothers and will
probably remain until after .the holi
Dr. R. H. Drake, theoculist, has been
persuaded to remain in Manning anoth
er w'eek. He understands his profes
sion, go to see him at the Manning Ho
There will be a box party at the res
idence of M r. W. P. Emanuel, on Fri
day evening next, the proceeds to go
towards buying a piano for Trinity
The inclement weather kept Miss
Mary T. Narnce from filling appoint
ment to speak-in Manning. We. hope
- she will make another date. The peo
pie of Manning will gladly hear her.
- There is a rumor that a magistrate
in this county will be reported to the
-gbvernor and to the grand jury for neg
-leet of duty,- drunkenness, - patronizing
* and encouraging blind tigers, and oth
er grave charges.
Any person wishing a handsome set
of "Stoddard's Lectures," can secure
them at a greatly reduced price from
Mr. Aaron Weinberg, who has recently
bought this fine work, but tras decided
to sell it in-order that he may invest in a
fur overcoat. He wants tobe Santa Claus.
Th6 first anniversary of Omar Tem
-pie A. A. 0. N. M S. will be celebrated
-in Charleston December 30th. We are
indebted for a handsomely gotten up
- program, with a splendid likeness of
Henry 0. Strohecker on the title page.
There will be a bunch of Manningites
ti-amping the hot sands on that occasion.
In this-issue there ap- .s an ad.
-from Mr. Ben H. Harvin s f Harvin's,
-.-offering-his place for rent. I: is sit
uated at Harvin depot, the postoflice is
right there, close to- churches and
schools, and a fine location for a store.
This is a good chance for an up-to-date
*farmer, and business man.
The following candidates for the
lumbia this imorning, Messrs. F. P. Er
v. in, T. F. Coffey, ,T. W. Rigby, C. W.
Wells, H. D. Clark and J. H. Rigby.
-may the good .Crd have mercy upon
them, and prepare them for what they
will encounter in Charleston . on the
There appeared ih last Mondav's
Sumter Item an announcement of the
1-death of Mr. Samuel Taylor of Greely
-yille. This is a mistake, and we pre
same the Item misunderstood its in
- f ormant. Mrs. Samuel Taylor of Greel
yville died about a week ago, leaving
her husband surviving her, and in
- Our friend Mr. R. D. White of Trin
ity, one of the coming - young men of
-the Fork, and a close student of a peo
-ple's needs complimented us -last Sat
urday with a couple of matr. h ruta
baga turnips of his or - . If
more of our young - - tudy
our needs how --uld
things be with us.
--The result of the v
-of school bonds shows
ing support to progress
ative votes~ is a natura.
public questions that cal
a.tax regardless of the be
are glad to say a large t
lieve in improvements, and .
a good investment to be taxeL
Several hundred spectators wi. --
- a test of a fire-proof paint ~
evening December 7. in ---
courthouse. A small .
coated with the pa
19?i08, and we
- ~ ,elves among the
.of these handsome
g ifts. The calendar is
rcinted on a fine quality of
.and the figures are large and
- .ay read The almanac is also very
attraective in appearance and contains
mruch information or use and interest.
THE TIMES was delayed a day last
week on account of an accident to the
press, and bad it not been for the
kindness of Mr. C. E. Wilkins, who
loaned us the use of the Manning Pzu'
lishing Company's press, it would have
been impossible to have printed our
paper without carrying the forms to
some other town, either Sumter or
Charleston. We wish to make public
acknowledgement to Mr. Wilkinsforhis
.At the regular communication of
Summerton Lodge No. 105 A. F. M.
Dec. 16 the following officers were
elected to serve the ensuing Masonic
year: R. B. Smyth, W. M., E. S.
Jones, S. W., L. C. Stukes, J. W.,
Jeff M. Davis, Treas.. J. C. Lanham,
Sec., Jos. E. Davis. S. D.. Ellison
Capers. Jr., J. D., J. Q. Mathis and
C. W. Evans. Stewards, Jas. E. Tenant,
Tiler. Same will be installed Friday
The promoters of the new county
with Beulah as the county seat. will
have a public dinner at Beulah next
Friday, in the interest of the new coun
ty. There will be barbecue, chickens
and everything to tempt the appetite,
and speeches to persuade the voters to
join the movement. There is no doubt
of the earnestness of the projectors of
this move, but we sincerely doubt their
being able to succeed, especially if they
depend on cutting off from Clarendon.,
as we have no territory to spare.
Is is very distressing to .earn that
because we cut off from our subscrip
tion lists the name of a man who owed
us for four years subscription that THE
TIES is no account. and our cutting
him off paid the debt. The unfortu
nate part of the matter for us is, it is
no use to sue the fellow as he has noth
ing and will probably never have any
thing-it would be "sueing a beggar
and g-etti~g a louse," therefore we are
content to let the measly cur have his
ill gotten gain, and trust that he will
get his deserts later on.
x and then au ovei-!low oc
ie tire well in front of Judge
n's residence which cause
streets to be greatly dam
t becomes annoying to those
se vehicles, besides, it is a
- lace, and also very costly to
rs, all, we are told on ac
count'of the neglect of some one whose
water-pipes are connected with this
well. We direct council's attention to
this nuisance, and if the connecting
pipes are not looked after, council
should order the street commissioner to
cut them off from the useof the water.
The time has arrived for the young
people to go down into their pockets to
buv something forchristmas for the one
they love. There is nothing more grat
ifying to your "best girl" than a pretty
box of candy, and this you will find at
Nimmer's store, Mrs. Nimmer has
nothing whatever to do with the slot
machine show case, but she is "the
whole thing" when it comes to the can
dy case, that she has especially ar
ranged for the christmas holidays. In
this case there is nothing but the choic
est candies. Lowney'scelebrated choc
olates in beautiful boxes, ranging all
the way from 60c to $15.00 per box. It
is worth a visit to Nimmer's store just
to look at Mrs. Nimmer's candy case.
Thousands of men and women in all
walks of life are suffering from kidney
and bladder troubles. Don't neglect
your kidneys. Delays are dangerous.
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pill
afford quick relief for all forms of kids
ney and bladder trouble. A week's
tratment 25c. Sold by W. E. Brown
The election for the issuirng of bonds
for school district No. 9 which was held
esterday, resulted in a magnificient
victory for progress The vote was,118
for issuing bon3s, and 5 agzainst issuizir
bonds. Messrs J. F. Bradha~m, R. D.
Clark and C. J. Lesesne were the man
agers, and these gentlemen followed
the law strictly, permitting no one to
vote who was not qualified. There were
voters applying to vote immediately af
ter the polls were closed and were
turned away--the lawe was complied
with strictly,' ,luite a number within
reach of the folling place did not vote,
not because of any opposition, but they
took it for granted their votes would
not be necessary: there was another
feature of the vote, levery voter living
beyond the town limits that came to
vote cast an affirmative vote, we hope
now that the central school district has
authorized the bond issue the trustees
will not delay in carrying out the wish
es of the people. Manning should re
gard the result of this elect-ion with
pride, because in our opinion, it is the
begning of a new era-a live, wide
awake, progressive community.
Jack and Jill were both quite ill,
Now each is well and wiser,
For blues and headaches have to go,
When they take an Early Riser.
DeWitt's Little Early Riser Pills- are
sold by W. E. Brown & Co..
The County Pension Commission will
be at the county auditor's office in the
court house each Saturday during the
month of January, for the purpose of
receiving any new applications for,
pensions, or transfers from this county
to another county or from one class to
another class, otherwise the pension
roll of 1907 will remain the same except
as to death, and in case of any death
the relatives or friends of such deceas
ed confederate vetrans will notify said
commission by mail at Summerton
during the month of January, that the
pension roll may be properly revised.
A. J. RICHBOURG,
December 17, 1907.
Its virtues have been known for
years, and thousands of people have
b~een made happy and well by taking
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. Keeps
you well and makes you weller. 35c.
Tea or Tablets. Dr. W. E. Brown & Co
Result of School Bond Election.
' State of South Carolin a,
We, the undersigned managers of an
lection held under an Act of the Gen
-al Assembly of South Carolina, ap
ved February 19th, 1907, entitled
'i Act to provide for the issuing of
~s in Public School Districts .n
arolina." this 17th day of De
1907, do declare that the re
teto annexed showing that
ed and eighteen (118) votes
"for Bonds" and five (5)
ast "against Bonds."
CHAS. J LESESNE,
J.. F. BRADHAM,
R. D. CLARK,
3this 17th day of De
-Public for S. C.
'd Trustees of
--,,, hereby declare
.section held this 17th
- o4er, 1907, upon the ques
. .suing bonds to be as follows:
.aonds, 1IS: Aga'.nst Bonds, 5.
W. C. DavIS,
N anning, December 17, 1907.
The clock ticks and ticks the time away
Shortening up our lives each day.
Eat, drink and be merry,
For some day you will be svhere
There is no Rocky Mountain Tea.
(Free Sample at) Dr. W. E. Brown &
Manning-Berkeley Mamiage in Sumter.
Sumter. Dec. 12.-The most prominent
event of the season in society circles of
this city was the marriage yesterday
e-ening at 7 o'clock, at the church of
.Ie Holy Comforter, of Miss Sarah
Bernard, daughter of Hon. and Mrs
Richard I. Manning of Sumter, to Rev.
Alfred Rives Berkeley of Mavodon,
The marriage was an affair of more
than ordinary interest owing to the
prominence of the parties, and partic
ularly to the family connections of the
charming and popular young bride.
The church was packed with the
friends and relatives of the bride and
groom, not only from Sumter and Sum
ter county, but from adjoining counties
and other Southern States as well
The decorations were beautiful and
tasty, the entire church being festoon
ed in smilax. white roses and e'er
greens, the altar being also artistically
decorated in the same manner.
The hundreds of friends who were
present were delightfully entertained
by music from Prof. W. S. Schumach
er's famous orchestra while waiting
for the appearance of the bridal party.
At the appointed hour the bridal
party arrived. At this moment the
orchestra began the wedding march
and the party entered the church in
the following order:
Miss Deas B,)*kin of Camden, maid
of honor: )r. G. 1,. Berkeley of Nor
folk, Va.. best man. and the following
attendauts: Miss Rosie Meredith of
RZichmond, Va.. with Mr. Albert Cox
of North Carolina; Miss Mary Lou
Berkeley of North Carolina with Mr.
W. Sinkler Alanning, Jr., of New
York; Miss Amy Worth of Richmond
with Mr. H. A. Moses of Sumter; Miss
Elsie Jihkler of Phi!adelphia with Mr.
C. P. Wood of North Carolina: Miss
DuBose Jones of Columbia with Mr.
Leyle Colquitt of North Carolina: Miss
Rosie Cooper of Wisacky with Mr. 1 .
Richardson of Sumter; Miss Mattie
Valk of Charleston with Mr. Bernard
Manning of Sumter; Miss Elizabeth
Stevens of Berkeley with Mr. F. C.
Manning of Sumter; Miss Emily Sink
ler of Berkeley county with Mr. Paul
Schenck of North Carolina; Miss Theo
Lopez of Sumter with Mr. Andrew
Manningof Sumter; Miss Jessie Moise
of Sumter with Mr. T. McN. Simpson
of North Carolina: Miss Margaret Man
ing of Spartauburg with Mr. G. E.
Havnesworth of Sumter; Miss Eleanora
Rihardson of Sumter with Mr. Rob
Calder of North Carolina; Miss Ella
Cocke of Richmond, Va , with Mr.
Milton Calder of North Carolina; Mr.
St. George Manning of - Sumter with
iss Carrie Sinkler of Berkeley cou.
ty: Mr. Preston Manning of Sumter;
the bride and her father.
The groom. with his best man, met
the bride, with her maid of honor, at
the altar railing, while the bridesmaids
and their escorts rang.ed themselves on
each side of the sanc'.uary.
The beautiful Fpiscopal marriage
service was then performed, the Right
Reverend Bishop Cheshire of the dio
cese of North Carolina officiating, as
sisted by Rev. H. H. Covington of the
Church f the Holy Comforter.
The pretty and blushing bride was
attired in white satin and panne velvet
with ornaments of pearls and a beauti
ful bridal veil with wreath of orange
blossoms and carried a bouquet of car
The bridesmaids were dressed in pale
cream silk with long trains, each car
rying a.bouquet of exquisite flowers.
After the ceremony the happy couple
and their friends and relatives and the
attendants repaired to the magnificient
mansion of the bride's parents on North
Main street, where a delightful recep
tion was held.
A bountiful and appetizing repast
was served and the hours were delight
ful spent by all present.. The newly
wedded pair were escorted the depot
by a crowd of friends and relatives and
congratulations and best wishes were
showered upon them.
The destination of the bride and
groom was "parts unknown" as they
most positively refused to be inter
vie wed on th at line.
The bride is one of Sumter county's
most charming and popular young. la
dies, and is one of the best known
young women in South Carolina, being
prominent in the social circles of the
She comes from two of the tirst fam
ilies of the Palmetto State. the Man
nings and Richardsons, being a great
granddaughter of the late Gov. Rich
ard L. Manning, niece of the late Wov.
.Tohn L. Minning, and cousin and niece
of the three late Gov. Richardsons, be
sides having other distinguished family
connections all over the South. Rev.
Berkeley, the groom, is one of the ris
ing and popular young ministers of the
Souh. They carry with them the
hearty congratulations and best wishes
of a host of friends from Sumter, and
from all over South Carolina and many
places in the South..
Rev, and Mvrs. Berkeley were the re
cipient of many very handsome and
costly presents from their hundreds of
friends and relatives.
There were a number of out-of-town
visitors to attend the wedding, among
tnem being the Right Reverend Bishop
Cheshire of the Episcopal diocese of
North Carolina, Dr. and Mrs. Wharton
Sinkler of -Philadelphia, Mr. W. S.
Manning of Spartanburg, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Stevens of Berkeley county,
Mir. and Mrs. C. St. G. Sinkler of
Berkeley county, Mr and Mrs. John
B. Adger of Anderson, Mrs. Preston
Coke and Miss Cocke of Richmond,
Va., Miss Meredith of Richmond, Mrs.
D. R. Williams and the Misses Wil
liams of Camden, Mr. and Mrs. B. H.
Bokin of Camm.en, Senator T. M. Ray
sor of Orangeburg, Mr. Richard Sin
gleton of Acton, Gov. D. C. Heyward
and others.-The State.
For R~ent-Nice five room cottage al
so nice seven room house both very de
sirable houses Apply to W. S. Harvin.
For Sale-A few full blood Brown
Leghorn Cocks. $1.00 each. A pply to
J. . B ndnall Manning, S. C. [2t
For Sale Dirt Cheap.-One practical
ly brand new surry canopy top, with
pole or shafts, worth easily $75.00, come
quick and get it for $35.00. B. T. Legg.
Wagons at cost, I hav-e 13 one and
two horse wagons'left that I will sell at
cost, for cash on Monday Dec. 23, 1907.
Price, 2 horse, -$40.00 and $42.50, 1
horse, $24.00, and $25 00. All guaran
teed. B. T. Legg.
For Rent-Six Horse Farm. with
residence, store building, barn and
stables, and five tenant houses. Post
office, churches, school house, depot
and side tracks within four hundred
yards of residence. Place on main line
railroad. Lands in good state of culti
vation. For terms etc., address P. 0.
Box H. Harvin, S. C. [4
Notice Sale Personal Property.
Pursuant to an order of J. M.
Windham Judge of Probate, Clarendon
Co I will sell to the highest bidder, for
cash, on Tuesday the :31st day of De
ember, 1907, at 11 o clock, a. in., at
the residence of the late John F. Cut
er, in Clarendon county, S. C., the fol
lowing personal property, to wit: 20
head of cattle.
Given under my hand this 14th day
of December, 1907.
MARY A. CUTTER,
Woodmen of the World.
.ieets on fourth Monday nights at
Visn Smoeins invited.
AGE NO BAR.
Everybody in South Caroliaa is Elig
Old people stooped with suffering,
Middle age, courageously fighting.
Nouth protesting impatiently;
Children, unable to explain:
All in misery from their kidneys.
Only a little backache first.
Comes when you catch a cold.
Or when you strain the back.
Many complications follow.
Urinary disorders, diabetes, Eright's
Doan's Kidney Pills cure baczache.
Cure every form of kidney ills.
J. W. Powell, proprietor of a gener-.
store and coal, wood and ice dealer of
Waverly, living at 2010 Blanding St.,
Columbia S. C., says: "My son has been
afflicted with kidney and urinary trou
ble from childhood, being unable to
control the secretions especially when
asleep, since using Doan's Kidney Pills
he has entirely recovered."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50c.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New
York, sole gents for the United States.
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.
Dr. R. H. DRAKE,
Is now in Manning, at the
Manning Hotel, and will remain
until December 25th, treating
eyes and fitting glasses.
Headache, neuralgia, or any
pain about the head or eyes is
caused from your eyes, even if
your sight is perfect. Then you
need treatment. Have the de
fect corrected without delay and
preserve your vision.
Special attention given chil
Office hours from 9 a. m. to 4
County Auditor Clarendon Couunty.
Manning, S. C., Dec. 19 1907.
The Auditor's office will be open
from the 1st, day of January 1908. to
the 20th day of February 1908, to re
eive returns of personal property in
Clarendon County for the year 1908.
Taxpayers return what they own on
the first day of January 1908.
All returns must be sworn to and no
return will be considered either kby the
County Auditor or boards .of assessors
unless sworn to. A penalty of fifty per
cent, will be added after the 20th day
The Auditor will be at the following
places In person, or by proxy, to receive
Paxville, Monday, Feb. 3rd.
Pinewood, Tuesday, Feb. 4th.
Panola, Wednesday, Feb. 5th.
Summerton, Thursday, Feb. 6th".
St. Paul, Friday, Feb. 7th.
Davis X Roads, Saturday, Feb. 8th.
Alcolu, Monday, Feb. 10th.
Youmas, Tuesday, Feb. 11th.
New Zion, Wednesday, Feb. 12th.
Turbeville, Thursday, Feb. 13th.
McFaddins, Friday, Feb. 14th.
Workman, Saturday, Feb. 15th.
Jordan, Monday, Feb. 17th.
Duffies old store, Thusday, Feb. 18th.
Foreston. Wednesday, Feb. 19th.
Wilson, Thursday. Feb. 20th.
I will impress upon every taxpayer
the imnportance of making your taxre
turns. You ought to know what you
own better than the Township Boards,
who will make your return for you. if
you don't make it yourself, so make
your return ani- save yourself and other
A. P. BU'RGESS,
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Probate
for Clarendon County, on the 31st day
of December, 1907. for letters of dis
charge as Guardian for Robert P.
oker, formerly a minor..
JOHN H. DUBOSE,
New Zion, S. C., November 30, 1907.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
'Charles B. Geiger, Plaintiff,
Peter S. Jayroe, Peter S. Jayroe, Jr.,
Teddie Jayroe and Birdie -Jay
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
Judgment Order of the Court of Com
mon Pleas, in the above stated ac
tien, to me directed, bearing date of
November 2, 1907, I will sell at pub
li auction, to the highest bidder for
cash, at Clarendon Court House, at
Manning, in said county, within the
legal hours for judicial sales, on Mon
day, the 6th, day of January 1908,
being salesday, the following de
scribed real estate:
All that piece, par eel or trat of
land lying., being and situate in
Clarendon County, said State, con
taining one hundred and forty seven
and one-half acres, more or less, and
adjoining lands now or formerly of
Weinberg, Furman JTune, Annme
Christmas, Gibson, Harry DuRant,
Touchberry, Estate of M. Levi and
Purchaser to pay for papers.
E. 'B. GAMBLE,
Sheriff Ciarendon County.
ARANT COMPANY DRUG STORE.
Cut Glass, $1.25 to 815.
Vases, 5 cents to 86.
Manicure Sets, 90 cents to 88.
Toilet Sets. 65 cents up..
Mirrors, Photograph Albums, Post
Card Albums, Puff Boxes, Jewel Boxes. Fine Stationery, Pictures.
Picture Frames, Mechanical Toys, and in fact, the most complete
Line of Christmas Goods ever brought to Manning, S. C.
DEAR PEOPLE :-We want to be your Shoe man this fall, as ne were never in
position before zo please you quite so well.
. OUR GOQD SHOES ARE BETTER
than ever, and you'll and a Shoe for every pur se. to comply with every Idea you
may have, whether you pay $1.50, *2 , * 50, *.$5, or $8 for the Shoes money wil
buy, or less price for ordiaary wear, you get your money's worth here. satisfaction
or money back. We sell wholesale to mercbants in the country.
W. NI. TUtRNER SHOE Con
The only exclusive Shoe Store in Manning.
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BIG HOLIDAY SALE
On next Tuesday Morning, December 17th, we will open our An
nual Holiday Sale, and will continue to the night of December 24th.
During this sale our doors will be thrown wide open to the
public of Clarendon County, and our immense stock of Goods, the
largest i the county, will be marked down at special holiday prices.
We know that many thousands of dollars will change hands between
now and Christmas and we are making preparations to get our share.
We know that many a foot will have to be shod in Christmas Shoes,
and we know many a dress and many suits of clothes will have to be
bought for Christmas, and we have made special preparations for
all of this, and it will surely pay all whoneed Clothing, Shoes, Hats,
Dresses, Millinery or Furniture, or anything in our line, to see us
before they do their holiday shopping.
Just Listen A
at this chat. 500 fine Overcoats from $3.50 to $15. CheAper than you
can buy them anywhere else.
1.000 Pairs of Pants for Men from. $1.19 to $4.98. Cheaper than
You can find them anywhere else.
500 Pairs of Children's Knee Pants from 25c. the pair to $LOO,
the best values in Knee Pants ever shown in Manning.
1,000 Men's all-wool Suits from $7.50 to $15. the suit, the -only
place in Manning where you can get such a nice stock to select from
We want to turn our immense stock of Clothing, Overcoats and
Pants into cash, and we will turm them loose in this great holiday
sale very close for the cash.
Now, we know you want to brighten up your homes for Christ
maa. Come to us, we have just what yoa need. 1,000 Rolls of Wall
Paper from 10c. to 15c. per double roll. The largest stock of Wall
Paper in town to select from.
We have undoubtedly the greatest values in Negligee Shirts to
select from of any house in this county. Come to our great Holiday
Sale and see the great values we are showing in Negligee Shirts at
190., 39c., 48c. &Ad 89c. We can surely please you in these goods.
2 cases 5,000 yards s0c. Dress Outings to close at 8 1-3c 12 yards
to the dollar.
Yard-wide Sea Island Homespun at 8c., the yard, that will cost
you 10c. anywhere.
Embroiderv at 10c., that will cost you 15 to 20c. anywhere else.
Oh! vou don't believe this, well, come and. see for yourself and if
what we. say is not true, why don't take it.
If you need Embroidery, we have no doubt but what you will
jump at the bargains.
Remember the dates, Tuesday,- December 17th, to Tuesday
December 24th, 1907.
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