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MNINLNG. S. C., FEB. :26) 1908.
Publishes All County and Town Of
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 week.
W. E. JENKINSON Co.
Mr. G. L. Thames is out after a
The banks of this place will close at
2 o'clock, commencing March 1st.
Miss Vallye Appelt spent last Satur
day at Foreston with her friend Miss
Quite a number fram Manning will
attend the Weinberg-Moses wedding
in Sumter this evening.
Rev. Nelson J. Brown will preach at
Bethlehem church Sunday, March Stb,
The Turbeville lodge 130 K. of P.
will have its annual banquet Friday
night February 28th.
Miss Bertha Briggs. who has been
teaching in Salem, came home to spend
last Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Wilson Brown, who is , udying
phargnacy in Charleston, was at home
for a few days last week.
Hon. 0. C. Scarborough has put the
Summerton school district in position
to finish the new school building.
Married at the home of the bride's
parents by Rev. E. P. Hutson last Sun
dav Mr. Smith of Columbia and Miss
Mr. Charlton DuRant has visiting
him this week his mother and step
father, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Bigbie, of..
'The court house commission and the
local school trustees will soon get mat
ters in shape to begin work on their re
Among the candidates for State In
urance Commissioner, is R. Boyd Cole,
now of Barnwell, and a son of S. R.
Cole, formerly o; Clarendon.
The County Auditor urgently request
that some member of each Township
board in the county, come in at once
and get township return books.
There is a rumor afloat that Dr. L.
M.. Woods contemplates being a candi
date for Congress. If there is anything
the nation is lacking in, it is the lack
of a Clarendon man in Congress.
Mr. E. D. Hodge returned yesteraay
from the meeting of the Southern Cot
ton Association at Dallas, Texas. He is
more enthusiastic than ever about the
association's plans for financing the
Mrs. Emma G. Dietrick of New York
will make an address this (Wednesday)
evening at 8:15 o'clock at the Baptist
church. She is a very fine speaker and
those who attend will be pleased, sure.
The kerosene oil furnished by the
Standard Oil company to this town at
this time is a swindle and the author
ities should take hold of the matter.
The town can -require a decent quality
of oil and can enforce its requih .ments
under the law.
We urge our readers to pay up their
subscriptions, as after the .1st day of
April we will not be able to send them
THF. TIMS on credit.: The postal
regulations forces us to cut off all de
linquent subscribers, and we hope we
will not be forced to cut off any.
The Schubert Symphony Club and
Lady Quartette, gave a most pleasing'
entertainment here last Saturday even
ing, at ". although they were at a dis
advantage by coming here on Satur
eany night, they had a fairly good
auaience. This club would be wel
comned here for a return performance.
A man must have a sure grievance
against the county to secure a verdict
for damages, but when it comes to a
railroad he need not be as particular.
The difference is, damages out of the
county means money out of the pockets
of the taxpayers, but against the rail
road, who cares?
The assessors and equalization boards
for the Towns of Manning and Sum
merton will be appointed by the respec
tive town councils in .the month of
May. Care should be exercised in
these appointments that proper men
are placed in these positions. A good
law if honestly administered.
There will be an examination held
in the court house next Saturday for a
n.ew rural route, to start as we under
stand it. at Turbeville. The papers
sent to the post master here do -not
specify the route. The applicants who
have permits from Washington must
oresent these cards by 9:30 o'clock,
Saturday morning, and none but those
having cards can be admitted into the
Mr. W. P. Hawkins has traded his
stable and stock business in Manning
to Mr. F. C. Thomas for his stable and
stock business in Kingstree. Mr.
Thomas took charge of the Manning
business last Monday. and Mr. Hawkins
moves this week to Kingstree, where
be was engaged in business for some
time before moving to Manning about
six years ago. Mr. Hawkins has proved
himself a good citizen and Manning
regrets to give him up, but at the
same time extenids him best wishes for
prosperity in his new home.
When a township votes itself out of a
couty o g toanother, it not only
mus bar tsproportion of the new
county debt, but it must also bear its
proportion of the bonded indebtedness
of the county it left. The to'wnships
in Clarendon seeking to join samter or
Williamsburg, or the proposed new
county of Beulah or Rutledge would be
wise to think before they act and thus
prevent double taxation. Clarendon
'has assumed a bonded indebtedness,
and every township is responsible for
that debt, whether it remains into
The coming town election bids fair to
be more interesting than any other mu
nicipal election the town has had in the
past. Manning needs a live, wide
awake council, and it is hoped that
whoever is chosen will put the town on
a progressive move. This is no longer
a little cross-road village, and a good,
live council can do much good.
The famous W. H. Sellers, "King of
the blind tigers" in Columbia killed a
dispensary constable named Far.mer
last Saturday while said otficer was in
the act of discharging his duty with a
search warrant to search the house of
Mrs. Ella G. Butler. -ormerly of Clar
endon, with whom Sellers is said to
have been boarding.
The Lanier Literary Society of the
Moses Levi Memorial Institute. com
prising the fifth, sixth and seventh
grades of the school, celebrated Wash
ington's birthday last Friday afternoon.
The costumes and decorative features
were appropriate to the occasion. All
the school entered heartily into the
spirit of the occasion, and those that
did not take active part give high
praise to the Lanier Literary Society.
We direct the attention of our read
ers to the advertisement of Mr. F. C.
Thomas in this issue, who has come
back to his first love, the horse busi
ness. M r. Thomas has the reputation
of being one of the best horse and
mule buyers in the country. and his
coming back into the local market
means that there will be an active com
petiton here, and that the farmers of
Clarendon will have in Manning the
best stock market in the State. We
think we can safely say, that every
body welcomes Thomas back into busi
Yesterday afternoon Wright, the
regular driver for the fire engine,
hitched up to practice the horses, and
by the time he cleared the engine house
the horses broke into arun down Keitt
street, and in turning the corner of
West Boundary street the speed was so
great that the engine overturned and
was badly injured. Several parts of
castings are broken, and we do not
think they can be repaired here It
looks as if our fire apparatus is fated to
be ruined. We cannot understand the
necessity to come out of the fire house
at full speed nor is it safe to drive a
top-heavy machine at a break-neck
gait around corners. Somebody should
put a stop to such recklessness. Mr.
Frank Hawkins, in an effort to stop the
horses, got pretty badly bruised, and
came out of the conflict with his pants
The following tickets have been
brought to this office:
P. B. Mouzon.
J. W. Rigby,
J. F. Dickson,
W. R. White,
J. W. Heriott,
R. D. Clark,
A. C. Bradham.
W. C. Davis,
C. R. Sprott,
F. 0. Richardson,
J. W. Rizby.
J. F. Dickson.
A. J. White.
Court Adjourned Friday.
On last Wednesday, after the con
clusion of the Kelly case, which was
reported in THE TDIES last week, the
case of Elizabeth McPhail against the
Providence-Washington Tnsurance Co.,
came up for a hearing. This was a
suit for $1,500, the amount of a policy
covering a fire loss, the company hav
ing refused to settle. After the testi
mony was all in the lawyers on the two
sides agreed to a compromise for the
sum of $750 and the case was not sub
mitted to the jury.
No session of court was held on Tues
day, as the cases set for that day could
not be tried on account of the illness
of Mr. Charlton DuRant, who was in
terested in all the cases as attorney.
Friday the entire day was taken up
with the hearing of J. H. Childers
against Clarendon County, a suit for
damages to the amount of $1.500. The
plaintiff alleged that he had received
serious bodily injuries on account of a
defective bridge on a highway, caus
ing his horse to shy and throw him
violently from his buggy. The de
fence set up the claim that the plain-.
tiff caused the trouble himself by cut-'
ting his horse with a whip. The jury
found for the defendant.
Court adjourned Friday afternoon
on account of Saturday being a legal
holiday, leaving a large number of
cases on the docket for trial hereafter.
The New Labor Contract Law.
"A bill relating to contracts for per
sonal services and ad~ vances thereunder,.
declaring certain offences connected
therewith misdem'eanors regulating
matters of evidence and procedure in
such cases and prescribing punishment
"Be it enacted by the General As
sembly of the State of South Carolina:
"Section 1. That any person who
shall hereafter contract with another
to render to him personal service of
any kind, and shall thereafter fraudu
lently, or with malicious intent to in
jure his employer, fail or refuse to ren
der such service as agreed upon. shall
be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor.
"Section 2. That any person who
shall hereafter contract to receive from
another personal service of any kind
and to compenasate him therefor, and.
shall therefor, and shall thereafter
fraudulently, or with malicious intent
to injure his employee, fail or refuse to
receive such service or to make com
pensation as agreed upon, shall be
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor.
"Section 3. That the failure of either
party to such contract to perform the
obligation assumed by him thereunder.
without sufficient cause and to the in-*
jury of the other. shall be prima facie
evidence, in prosecutions under See
tions I and 2, that he violated such con
tract fraudulently and with malicious
intent to injure the other party.
"Section 4. That any person who
'shall hereafter contract with another
to render personal service of any kind
to him, and shall thereafter fraudu
lently or with malicious intent to injure
the employer, procure advances in
money or other things of value from
him, with intent not to render the ser
vice agreed upon, and who shall there
after with like intent fail or refuse to
perform the service agreed upon, shall
be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor.
Proof of the fact that the employee en
tered into the contract, procured ad
vances and failed or refused to com
plete the contract without suricient
cause, to the injury to the employer,
shall be prima facie evidence of the of
fence herein described and declared a
"Section 5. That any person who
shall hereafter contract with another
to receive from him personal service of
any kind, to comnensate him therefor
and to make advances to him and shall
thereafter fraudulently or with mali
cious intent to injure the employee,
receive the benefit of such service in
whole or in part, and with like intent
fail or refuse to make the compensa
tion or advances agreed tipon shall be
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor.
Proof of the fact that the employer en
tered into the contracr. received the
benefit of the employee's services, in
whole or in part, and failed to make
the compensation of advances agreed
upon, without sulicilent cause, to the
injury of the employee, shall be prima
facie evidence of the offence herein
described and declared a misdemeanor.
ir this Act may be either verbal or in
writing: if in writing they must be
executed with the tormalities required
by Section 355: Criminal Code, A. D.
1902: if verbal they must be witnessed
by at least two disinterested witnesses
not related by blood or marriage within
the sixth degree to either party; and
the term of service contracted for must
be for a definite time not exceeding
one year. All such contracts shall be
valid only between the original parties
thereto, and any attempted transfer or
assignment of any rights thereudder
shall be null and void.
"Section 7. That if either party to
any written contract herein referred
to desires to avail himself of the bene
tits of this Act against third parties he
shall cause the same to be indexed in
the office of the register of mesne con
veyance or the clerk of the court
(where the office of reister of mesne
conveyance does not exist) of the
county in which said labor or service
is to be performed within ten days
from the date of the contract, and such
indexing shall constitute notice to all
third parties. Said index shall show
the names of the employer and the la
borer, the date of the contract and
date of its termination and the location
and name of the place or places where
on said service or labor is to be per
formed. The clerk of the court or the
register mesne conveyance, as the case
may be. shall endorse his official cer
tificate and the date of filing to be in
dexed upon every such contract filed
under the provisions of this Act, and
his only fee for the same shall be five
cents for each contract. And the
clerks of court or the registers of
mesne conveyances, as the case may be,
in the counties of the State shall pro
vide a book for indexing such contract,
which shall be plainly labelled 'Index
"Section 8. That upon conviction in
court of competent jurisdiction of any
person charged with any violation of
-his Act the person so convicted shall
be punished by a fine of not less than
iwenty-five dollars, and not exceed
ing one nundred dollars, or by impris
onment not less than twenty days and
not exceeding thirty days for each
offence: Provided, that there shall be
no prosecution. under this Act unless
the arrest warrant shall be issued
within thirty days from the commis
sion of the offence.
Section 9. That this Act is not in
tended and shall not be construed to
protect any of the parties to, or punish
the violation of, any contract or mat
ter connected therewith where the
inducement or consideration of such
contract is money or other thing of
value advanced to or for the employee
prior to the commencement of service
thereunder. All such contracts are
hereby prohibited and declared null
"Section 10. That all Acts and parts
of Acts inconsistent with this Act be,
and the same are hereby repealed.
"Section 11. That this Act shall go
into effect immediately upon the ap
proval of the governor."
Stop that ticklingcough! Dr. Shoop's
Cough Cure will surely stop it, and with
perfect safety. It is so thoroughly
harmless that Dr. Shoop tells mothers
to use nothing else even with very
young babies. The wholesome green
leaves and tender stems of a lung heal
ing mountainous shrub furnish the cur
ative properties to Dr. Shoop's Cough
Cure. It calms the cough and heals
the sensitive bronchial membranes.
No opium, no chloroform, nothing
harsh used to injure or suppress. De
mand Dr. Shoop's. Take no other. W.
E. Brown & Co.
Eggs for Sale-S. C. Brown Leg
horns,-the best layers-$1.00 for set
ting of 15. Apply to A. I. Barron.
Sixty bushels of Allen's Long Staple
Cotton Seed for sale at $1.00 a bushel
f. o. b. Manning, S. C. Ad dress J. A.
Thames, Manning, S. C.
Mr. W. P. Eawkins has moved to
Kingstree and persons owing him will
please make payment to J. H. Lesesne,
Esq.; at his law office.
For Sale-A neat 4-room cottage with
1-acre lot in the town of Paxville, S. C.
Any information will be cheerfully
given by writing or applying to P. C.
Bradham, Johnsonville, S. C.
For Rent Chean-A nice 4 horse farm
near town, with good dwelling, out
houses, and tobaccco barn. Apply to
ID . J. A. Cole, Manning, S. C.
Wanted-Cow Peas-We are pay
ing the highest market price for
sound Peas. In replying state quan
tity you have and price wanted. The
H. G. Leiding Co., Charleston, S. C.
Notice is hereby given that the
books are now ooen for the registration
of voters in the coming municipal elec
tion to be held in April, 1908. Mr. J.
Y. Jackson has been appointed Super
visor of Registration. [tf
D. M. BRADHAM, Mayor,
E. J. BROWNE, Clerk.
Notice of Election.
The General Assembly of the State of
South Carolina, having by an act passed
by it, which was duly approved by the
Governor on the 14th day of February,
A. D. 1908, authorized and empowered
the Trustees <,f Summerton School Dis
trict No. 22 of Clarendon County, in
said State, to issue and sell coupon
bonds of said school district, in a sum
not exceeding six thousand dollars, as
they may deem necessary, for the pur
pose of finishing and equipping a school
building at Summnerton in said school
district; the said bonds to be of the de
nomination of one thousand dollars
each, bearing interest at six per cent
per annum from the date of issue, and
running twenty years from the date of
issue of said bonds.
Provided that the question of issuing
of such bonds shall first be submitted
to the qualified- voters of said school
District, at an election to be held to
determine whether said bonds shall be
issued or not, and the trustees having
ordered an "lection to be held as direct
ed by the terms of said act, at the time
and ~place hereinafter mentioned:
Now. therefore, in pursuance of the
foregoing and in order to comply with
the terms of said act:
Notice is hereby given, that an elec
tion will be held at Summerton in the
said School District, on the twenty-first
day of March, A. D. 1908, on the ques
tion of whether the said bonds shall be
issued or not, in which election only
the qualified voters residing in said
District shall be allowed to vote.
The voting place will be at School
House and the polls will be opened at
~seven o'clock in the morning and
remain open until four o'clock in the
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Probate
for Clarendon county, on the 19th day
of March, 1908, for letters of discharge
as Administratrix of the estate of
Frank M. Stukes, deceased.
SARAH I. GRIFFIN,
Pinewood, S. C., February 18, 1908.
LEE & McLELLAN,
Civil Engineers and Land Surveyors,
SUMTER, S. C.
ring to The ur Job Work Times office.
Tribute of Respect.
Whereas, it bath pleased our Heav
enly. Father to remove from our little
band our friend and helper, Mrs. J.
Elbert Davis, one who was really and
truly a Home Missionary, whose heart
and hand was always ready to cheer
and help all in distress. So like her
blessed Master, she would walk miles
in heat or cold to minister to any suf
She had just joined our little band,
and her presence made us feel stronger
when the Master called, "come up
higher " She was ready. Therefore
be it resolved.
1st. That we bow in submission to
His will, knowing, "He is too wise to
err and too good to be unkind."
2nd. That while we miss her here,
that we strive to simulate her virtues
looking forward to the hope of meeting
her in the beautiful beyond.
3rd. That we extend to her loved
ones our deepest sympathy' commend
ing them to her Saviour and her God.
4th. That a page .in our minutes be
inscribed to her memory and a copy
sent to her family.
MRS. ANNA DAVIS.
MRS. GEORGE HUGGlINS.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Copy 5nmmons for Relief.
Marion Moise, Plaintiff
Arthur Billups, Defendant.
To The Defendants Above Named:
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint in this
action, of which a copy is herewith
served upon you, and to serve a copy of
your answer to the said complaint on
the Subscribers at their office, 120-122
North Main Street, in the City of Sum
ter, S. C., within twenty days after the
service hereof, exclusive of the day of
service; and if you fail to answer the
complaint within the time aforesaid,
the plaintiffs in this action will apply
to the Court for the relief demanded in
Dated February 22nd, A. D., 1908.
LEE & MOISE,
To The Defendant, Arthur Billups,
Take .iotice, That the Summons and
Complaint in the above styled Action
were filed in the Office of the Clerk of
Court on the 24th day of February, 1908
LEE & MOISE,
AGE NO BAR.
Everybody in South Carolina is Elig
Old people stooped with suffering,
Middle age, courageously fighting.
Youth 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, Bright's
Doan's Kidney Pills cure backache.
Cure every form of kidney ills.
J. W. Powell, proprietor of a general
store and coal, wood and ice dealer of
Waverly, living at 2010 Blanding St.,
Columbia S. C., says: "My son has been
fficted 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.
Strathers & Wells Engines and
Boilers, new and second-hand. Ser
geant Rack and Cable feed Saw
Mills. Queen of the South Grist
Mills. The famous Stover Gasoline
Engines, earload in stock of all sizes.
And a full line of rebuilt machinery,
including Engines, Boilers, Saw and
Shingle sills of all sizes and makes.
Correspondwith us and save your
self money. We make a specialty
of trading new and rebuilt second
The Sumter Iron Works,
Sumter, S. C.
The State of South Carolina,
County of Clarendon,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Kate M. Duncan, Plaintiff,
Silas J. Wilds and E. W. Dix, De
SUMMONS FORL RELIEF.
To the Defendants above named:
You are hereby eummoned and re
quired to answer the Complaint in
this action, of which a copy is here
with served upon you, and to serve
a copy of your Answer to the Com
plaint on the subscribers at their of
fice, 120-122 North Main street, in the
City of Sumter, S. C., within twenty
days after the service hereof, exclu
sive of the day of such service; and
if you fail to answer the complaint
within the time aforesaid, the plain
tiff in this action will apply to the
Court for the relief demanded in the
Dated January 1st, A. D., 1908.
LEE & MOISE,
To the Defendant Silas J. Wilds:
Take Notice: That the Summons
and Complaint in this action were
duly filed in the office of fhe Clark of
said Court on the 14th day of Janu
ary, 908. LEE & MOISE,
Sound, but not entirely pure; a little
mixed at the gin. Forty cents per
bushel f.o.b. Jordian.
J. C. GRAHAM.
Jordan, S. C.
Cmr. Oo~da Prevemts PuonIa
Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar
Cres all Couglis, and expels Colds from
the system by gently moving the bowels.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
Diests what van at.
For a short time only I offer the following lot of Goods
at extremely low prices. These Bargains are not often
met with, and will only last until these special lots are
Men's Fine Pants, all sizes, worth $3. 50. at . 2.48
Men's Fine Pants, all sizes, worth $3.00, at .......1.98
Men's Fine Pants, all sizes. worth $2.50, at .......1.48
Men's Fine Pants, job lot. worth from $1.75 ......
to $2.00, at................... ........$1.18
Men's Corderoy Pants, job lot, worth 1.50 at...... 98c.
Men's Work Pants, all sizes, worth $2.25 to $1.75, at 89c.
Men's Odd Coats, all sizes. worth from $1.75 to 82.50
at... .. . .... .. . ...... .... ... ..$1.18
Men's Suits, all sizes. worth $5.00, a Suit,........$3.48
Boys' Suits, all sizes, worth from $2 to $3.50, a Suit.$1.48
I have hundreds of other Bargains in Dress Goods,
Embroideries, Millinery,.Ready-made Skirts. Shirtwaists,
Shoes, Hats, Etc. You can always get Good Bargains in
Next Door to Postoffice.
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pair from us and get Shoe satis
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Having determined to re-engage in the Sales Stables
business in the Town of Manning, I hereby announce
to the public generally, and my former patronc, espe- N
ially, that I have bought out the Sales., Stables of W.
P. Hawkins & Co., just in the rear of the Bank( f Man
ning and I will.in the future conduct at this stand. a'.
3 first-class stable, where I shall always keep on hand a
full supply of Horses, Mules, Wagons, Buggies, Har
My experience in the stock market is well known,
3 and it should assure the public it can be of adv-antage
to the trade by another competitor in this local iarket.
Ih solicit your patronage and you have my assuraice
of prompt and polite attention. Visit my stables. where
you will be welcomed, and attention shown to you and
F. C. THOMAS.
Good Bye- to Witer
Our Spring Shoes are already comingi and -we
have advices from the factories that our whole magnif
cient Spring Stock is about ready for shipment We ail
need the room, and most especially, the hard cash, so
in order to have both the room and the "Shinola," wee -
are going to -
-Cut Prices -
on Shoes for February that-we Imow will move them
Large Line of Children's Shoes to go in this Cut
Price Sale. -
Large Line of Men's heavy work Shoes -at -prices
cheaper than our neighbors can buy them:
The only exclusive Shoe Store in Mainning.
V. I TUNER SOEc
You to let us sell you $1.50 worth of merchandise__
Th plin simple truth of the matter is,- we
wntoreduce our Winter Goods to the lowest
possible ebb before March 1st, and in order to do
so we make this
N Specially Attractive Offer,N
which holds good on all our winter merchanidise,
$50 worth of merchandise for Si. Think about
iand we ask you to see for yourself before you
bleeit. Make us prove it, we'll be glad to do it.
SWe realize it's a Big Reduction, and you will too
when you get your $1.50 worth for-$1.
NFor instance: 4 yards of 50c. Dress Goods for
$15;4 heavy fleeced Undershirts, 50c. kind, for
N nl Pris on Mrhois 531- Pe 1 e
Yuknow testock we carry and you kriow the
~qu ality. You know values when you see them.N
The only true value is when you get quality and
Sprices that are right. Let us .prove this to you.
SSeeing is believing.
We invite your inspection. Compare the goods
and prices with others before purchasigf.
~Extra Specials Until All Sald1
One lot 50c., 75c., $1 and $2 Corsets, ~assortedN
sizes and styles, at 39c. each.
S One lot Steel Rod Umbrellas,. 28-inch size, at __
S One lot $1, $1.25 and $1.50 Shoes, 50 pair in lot.
-at 50c. pair.
9 0-inch Linen Sheeting, worth $1.25 yar d, re
duced to 87tc. yard.
S 50-cent Butchers Linen at 37+c. yard.
Splendid quality Dress Linen, yard-wide, forN
1 Yard-wide Linen Lawn. extra nice quality, at F
11-4 Blankets, splendid value, at 85c. pair.
S Yard-wide Sea Island, nice smooth quality, a
10c. value, for 7c. yard.
yards Bleach Domestic, same count
at10c.yard. Ten yards to yard-ier. ods
at THE YOUNG RELIABLE,N
NTo Goods Charged at These Prices.N