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MANNIGN. S. C., MARCH 25, 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 publication the following week.
Don't forget to register.
The bird law is out next Tuesday.
Mrs. S. L. Davis visited Bishopville
Mr. J. E. DeMars spent last Friday
Davis D. Moise, Esq., of Sumter spent
yesterday in town.
The merchants are getting in some
beautiful spring goods.
The county equalization board met in
the court house yesterday.
Mr. Frank Barron of Charleston
spent last Sunday in Manning.
Mrs. J. L. Wilson is in Columbia
visiting her sister Mrs. W. E. Wilkins.
Mr. R. Elli DuBose has accepted a
position as travelling salesman with
E. C. DeWitt & Co.
Rev. J. N. Browne requests us to an
nounce that he will preach at Paxville
the 5th Sunday, 29th, inst.
ITCH cured in 30 minutes by Wool
ford's Sanitary Lotion. Never fails.
Sold by W. E. Brown & Co.
Mr. S. W. Barron, who has been in
Goorgia the past three months, is
spending a few days at home.
Look at the label on your paper, and
remember we will not be allowed to
carry delinquents after April 1st.
There will be a mass meeting in the
court house Saturday, April 4th, at
which Hcn. E. D. Smith will speak.
Remember the postal regulations
forces us to cut off delinquents after
April 1st. We have no discretion in
E. D. Smith, the cotton promoter,
will speak in the court house Saturday,
April 4th. There should be a large
THE TIDES editor acknowledges the
receipt of $28.92 from the subscribers
of Turbeville postoffice, for which he
Get DeWitt's Carbolized Witch
Hazel Salve-it is healing, soothing
and cooling. It is good for piles. Sold
by W. E. Brown & Co.
The friends of W. E. Jenkinson Co.,
will be pleased to learn that the affairs
of that concern is about to become ad
justed, and the business will run right
The latest reports from Asheville are
that Miss Gertrude Bradham's condi
tion is not improving as well as hoped
for. Her father was called to her bed
Miss Augusta Appelt, who is attend
ing the Charleston Musical Institute,
came home on a visit to her family last
*Friday evening, and returned to Char
leston last Monday night.
The home of Mr. A. W. Thames in
Sumter was destroyed by fire last
Thursdav mnoring. Mr. Thames saved
a part of his furniture. He had $5.50 in
suranace on the house.
Mr. C. T. Ridgeway of Foreston was
in Manning last Saturday and reported
the killing of a horned snake on his
place last Wednesday. The reptile
was about five feet in length, and said
to be of a most dangerous type.
Preaching at the Presbyterian
church Thursday tand Friday night at
8 o'clock and Saturday morning at 11
o'clock. by Rev. James McDowell. He
will also assist in the communion ser
vice Sunday morning.
Dr. James McDowell who has for
several months been at Saranac Lake,
in New York State for his health ar
rived at Sardinia on a visit to his father
Rev. Jaimes McDowell, very much im
proved in health. He looks as though
he had never had a sick day in his life.
It will not be long before we will
have activity in improvements in this
town. There will soon be in the course
of erection, a court house,. a school
building and the library building, be
sides several modern residences, all of
which will make renewed life to this
The ladies of the Clarendon County
Hospital Association will have a bazaar
in the McLeod building on the after
noon of April lst at which they will
sell fancy and useful articles and serve
refreshments. The proceeds to go to
the hospital fund. They ask a good
patronage for their cause.
A negro whose name we have been
unable to ascertain was found dead in
the woods near Alderman's tram road
in Salem last week. He was evidently
murdered, having gun shot wounds in
his back and side and several knife
gashes Several parties have been, ar
rested under suspicion and examined
by Magistrate Turbeville.
Be careful about that little cough
Get something right away; some good
reliable remedy that will move the
bowels. Kennedy's Laxative Cough
Syrup acts gently yet promptly on the
bowels and allays inflammation at the
same time. It is pleasant to take and
it is especially recommended for chil
dren, as it tastes nearly as good as
maple sugar. Sold by W. E. Brown & Co
A very sad accured at Sardinia last
Monday~ in which Harold, the nine
year old son of Mr. T. Hey ward Mc
Faddin was accidentally shot by Carl
Garland, aged about 10 years, with a
22 calibre parlor rifle. The ball enter
ed the abdomen and inflicted a danger
ous wound. Dr. I. M. Woods took the
wounded child to Sumter where it
will be operated on. Later: The chilG
died at the Baker infirmary yesterday
Hon. LeGrand G. Walker of George
town has accepted an invitation to
deliver an address at the closing exer
cises of the Moses Levi Memorial In
stitute, and we look forward to this
occasion will much pleasure. Mr. Wal
ker is a most polished speaker, and his
audience will be pleased with him.
Rev. Walter Wilkins of Columbia has
been chosen to deliver the baccalaur
eate sermon. Mr. Wilkins is a son of
our fellowtownsman Mr. E. L. Wilkins,
and he has become noted as a pulpit
On last Monday night about 8 o'clock
a cyclone about 50 yards wide, and
about a half mile in length struck
Pinewood, and did considerable dam
age to tenant houses, sheds, fencmng,
several houses were blown down, and
trees uprooted.- One house with eight
negroes in it, was blpwn about 100
yards, and all of the inmates escaped
injury except one little girl, her back
was wrenched and bruised. The dining
room of Mr. E. P. Geddings' residence
was torn away from the main building
and the galvanized iron roof over the
machinery at Mr. J. R. Grimin's mill
was blown off. . On yesterday whether
from the effects of the storm we know
not, Messrs. P. H. Broughton and
President Eodge of the cotton assO
ciation is desirous of giving Hon. E D.
Smith the reception he deserves, when
he comes here on April 4th. The
farmers throughout Clarendon are al
ways pleased to hear this gifted speak
er, and he comes here on the 4th inst.,
with an important message. He will
bring tidings of interest, and every
man who can possibly do so should
attend the meeting. Mr. Smith has
worked hard in the interest of the
farmers, and if any man deserves their
esteem, it is him. Come out on the 4th
and bring your neighbor with you.
In this issue of THE TImES appears
the announcment of the spring milli
nery opening of the Summerton Mer
cantile Co., and this announcment is
made not only for the ladies of the im
mediate vicinity of Summerton, but it
is intended as an invitation for the
ladies of Manning. Paxville, Pinewood
and every other section, and with this
end in view the management has se
cured the services of an expert milli
ner, and has purchased a spring stock
of millinery that is an inducement for
the ladies to go to Summerton to in
spect. Read the announement , pub
Presiding Elder of the Sumter dis
trict Rev. Waddy T. Duncan is ex
pected to be in this part of his district
next Saturday, Sunday and Monday.
He is to preach at Bethlehem church
11 a. m. Saturday the 28th, and hold
the second quarterly conference for the
Jordan circuit. At 11:30 a. m. Sunday
the 29th, he is to preach for the Meth
odist congregation at Manning. In the
afternoon of the same day he will
preach again at Bethlehem, Jordan
circuit. The second quarterly confer
ence for Manning church will be held
.Monday morning the 30th, at the office
o Charlton DuRant, Esq., Mr. Dun
can is a splendid preacher and it is
hoped large congregations will attend
The dry goods store of Mr. C. S.
Rigby in tne "Levi Block" is now
presenting an elegant display of spring
fabrics. Mr. Walter E. Mims of Sum
ter, who for many years was the head
salesman in the dry goods department
>f Ryttenberg & Son and the Sumter
Dry Goods Co., is now in charge of the
dry goods department at C. S. Rigby's.
Mr. Mims is well known to a large
umber of ladies in this county to
whom he has been selling goods for
many years, and we know they will be
g.ad to call on him here. He is a dry
goods man of experience which is of
importance to the trade. Mr. Rigby
has also established a millinery de
partment, and Miss Denny of Missouri,
n experienced milliner is in charge of
his department. Mr. Rigby has
spared no expense in getting the right
kind of assistance to make his store a
popular resort for the ladies.
Died suddeniy last Wednesday Mr.
G. T. Worsham. of Sandy Grove. aged
bout 57 years The funeral took place
t Midway church on Thursday. The
deceased had been a sufferer from in
digestion for a long time, often com
plaining of an uncomfortable feeling
about the heart. On Wednesday he
was at the home of his son, and while
the young man was in the field plowing
he noticed his father comirg toward
him, and then missed him, stopping his
plow, and looking in the direction
where he had seen his father, he saw
him lying on the ground some distance
atay, and going to him to ascertain
the cause found him dead. The de
oeased had been a prominent citizen of
his neighborhood for many years, dat
ing back to the days of the reconstruc
tion period, always taking an active
art in politics, and for many years he
as chairman of the county board of
It is a Duty to Register and Vote.
There seems to be a suppressed ex
citement over our town election, men
o about with their knives out whit
tling sticks and chewing gum, as if
they didn't "give a tinkers clam"
hether the town ever had an election
this year, or if the town government
ould go out of business and turn its
afairs over to an element that want
the whole thing for themselves and
would also like for everybody else to go
somewhere else too.
What is the use of an election any
way? Why not every one conclude to
lay down and let nature take its course?
f the town takes on a spurt of progress
some stranger might be induced here
with an investment that may give a
large number of people labor, and if he
does, why he will make some money
for himself, and that would be an un
ardonable sin, deserving of no ]ess a
penalty than ostracismso to prevent the
possibility of such a happening, do the
people of Manning propose to be con
tent with the present conditions, even
if day by day they realize that stagna
tion is not wholesome, but rather than
than permit progress to make opportu
nity for others to prosper, stagnation is
'Indiference on the part of the citi
zenship of this town is indicative of the
spirit suggested above, but this should
ot be. This town is soon to have an
election, it is deserving of the best
thought of its people, the very best
men to be found should be put into the
management of our municipal affairs;
these men should be selected without
regard to personal popularity, hut sim
ply for their ability to serve the town's
We bave no special favorite in the
race for mayor or aldermen nor do we
propose to indicate how we shall cast
our individual vote, but we do propose
to act upon the advice we give to our
readers-lay aside personal popularity
nd vote for men who in our opinion
will do something towards putting this
town on the line of progress. Unless
more pole interest tbemselves in our
municipa affairs the election -will be a
farce, and those who do not take part
need not complain when the town's
affairs do not go to suit them.
The citizen who fails to register, and'
the books are now open, and vote, is
not doing his duty, and should hold his
tongue if the management of the town
is displeasi'ig. He should register and
vote, then he will be licensed to com
ment, and criticize. Every man should
register, we know if the negroes of this
town could secure certificates, the last
one of them would get them, and hope
they do not appreciate their citizen
ship more tban do the whites. We do
not know how many of the negroes are
registered, but if any of them hold cer
tificates and have never been registered
by the county officers, their registration
isillegal,and they should not be allowed
to vote. This is a matter worth look
ing after now, and if any of them have
slipped by the town's registration offi
cer, they should be informed they, will
not be allowed to vote in the municipal
election because they are not qualified
electors as required by the State laws.
The State constitution requires the
following qualification to register:
"Section 4. That qualifications for suf
frage shall be as follows. (a) Residence
in the State for two years, in the county
one year, in the polling prect in
which the elector offers to vote four
months, and the payment six months
before any election of any poll tax
then due and payable:
Provided, That ministers in charge
of an organized church, -and teachers
of public schools shall be entitled to
vote after six months residence in the
State otherwise qualified." So to vote
one must be qualified according to law.
C. R. Sprott,
A. J. White, Jr.
R. D. Clark.
F. 0. Richardson.
W. C. Davis.
First grade Edward Clark, Mildred
Johnson, Bessie Reardon, Jack Tim
Second grade Carolyn Plowden, Isa
bella Thomas, Jennie Burgess, Clar
ence Howle, Laurens Bradham, Archie
Barron, Minnie Turner, Annie May
Mahoney, Marion Mahoney.
Third grade Hattie Dyson, Esterlena
Reardon. Jeannette Plowden, Mincie
McCay, Netta Levi, James Barron,
Fourth grade Emily Geiger, Aileen
Fladger, Marshall Woodson, Celeste
Ervin, Jerome Hirschmann.
Fifth grade Ollie Strange, Annie
Hirschmann, Lucy Wilson.
Sixth grade Ollie Strange, Mabel
Todd, Jim Sprott, John Bagnal, Rob.
Seventh grade Helen Boger, Martha
Jenkinson, Florence McTntosh, Regina
Reardon, Chov Clark, Julian Creecy.
Eighth grade Lillie McIntosh, Mary
Ninth grade Mary Ridgill, Tillie
Tenth grade Mabel Browne.
Card of ThaVks.
To my friends who have shown such
magniticient generosity since my loss
by fire, will say that I have been very
deeply touched by their manifestations
of friendship. H. L. WILSON.
For Rent--House formerly occnpied
by W. G. King. Apply to E. D. Hodge,
Just received a beautiful line of Cut
Glass in exclusive designs. The Man
ning Grocery Co.
For Sale -Hand-drawn heart cypress
Shingles, in any quantity. Apply to R.
Now is just the time to plant your
Irish Potatoes. You'll find the right
kind of Seed at The Manning Grocery
Eges for Hatching from high grade
Fowls: Partridge Wyandott White
and Barred Rock, White and Buff
Leghorn, R. I. Reds and Buff Orping
ton. Apply to Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.,
Manning, S. C.
Young gentlemen, you should get in
touch with our exquisite line of Whit
man's. It's the Candy you need for
results. Fresh as the morning dew all
the time. With a guarantee of abso
lute satisfaction or your money back.
Sold only by The Manning Grocery Co.
The books of registration open from
8:30 a. m. to 12 o'clock M. each day at
the Clerk of Council's office. until the
1st day of April from which time for
three days the books will be open all
J. Y. JACKSON,
March 11, 1908.
Notice is hereby given that the
books are now open 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
isor of Registration. [tf
D. M. BRADHAM, Mayor,
E. J. BROWNE. Clerk.
I -he ilici Gouf1
DI The Uilee816te
For the Eastern District
of South Carolina.
n The Matter of
McLeod-Wilkins-King Company, 1
Pursuant to an order made by Ed
ward W. Hughes, Esquire, Referee in
Bankruptcy, in the above cause, dated
the 19th day of March, 1908, the un
dersigned Trustees of the said estate
will receive bids until the first day of
April, 1908 for the entire stock of goods
of the said Bankrupt estate and will
receive during the said period bids for
the remainder of the assets of the said
estate, each bid to be accompanied by
a certified check for $100.00, the Trus
tees reserving the right to reject any
or all bids.
W. E. JENKINSON,
J. M. BRADHAM,
Summerton, S. C., March 21, 1908.
To A P. Burgess, County Auditor, and
S. P. Holladay, Supt. Education:
This is to certify that we, the Trus
tees of School District, No. 22, have
convassed the votes of the election held
this day at Summerton in the academy
building on the question of issuing ad
ditional bonds to the amount of $6,000,
based upon the existing 5 mill levy on
District No. 22, for the purpose of com
pleting and equiping the school build
ing at Summerton.
We find the result of election as fol
lows: "For the Issuing of the Bonds,"
45. "Against the Issuing of the Bonds,"
The undersigned Trustees of said
School District hereby declare the re
sult of said election in favor of issuing
0. C. SCARBOROUGH.
J. C. LANHAM.
J. D. RUTLEDGE.
Notice to Creditors.
In The Boi166 81a168 Disirici Goonl,
District of South Carolina.
In the matter of W. E. Jenkmnson Co.,
To the Creditors of the above named
Take notice that on the 21st day of
March, 1908, the above named bank
rupt filed his petition in said Court
praying the confirmation of the com
position heretofore offered and accept
ed, and that a hearing was thereupon
ordered and will be had upon said
petition on the 1st day,. of April, 1908,
before said Court, at Charleston, in
said District, at 11 o'clock in the fore
noon, at which time and place all
known creditors and other persons in
.interest may appear and show cause, if
any they have, why the prayer of said
petition should not be granted.
RICHARD W. HUTSON,
STATE OF SOUTH GAHOLINA,
County of Clafrdon.
By James M. Windham, Esq., Probate
WHEREAS, A. I. Barron, Clerk of
UCourt, suit to me, to grant him
Letters of Adinistration of the estate
and effects of Joe Nelson.
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said Joe Nel
son,, deceased, that they be and
appear before me, in the Court of Pro
bate,to be held at Manning on the 7th
day of May next after publica
tion thereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
noon, to show cause, if any they have,
why the said administration should not
oGiven under my hand, this 20th day
of March, A. D. 1908.
JAMES M. WINDHAM,
[rEAL. Judge o f Probna
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stitution, and laying up for yOU
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regular, suffering women have, in
the past 50 years, been greatly
benefited or cured by the use of
that well-known, successful, purely
vegetable, female tonic and cur
OF CARD l
Apple (. Barnes, of Alto, Tex.,
writes: "I caught cold, which
made me Irregular and gave me
pains In my shoulders and sides.
For almost 2 weeks I could not
lift a chair. Cardul brought me
all right again; I have no more
pains and am In very good
At All DruggIsts
WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE,
stating age anEf describing symp
toms, to Ladies Advisory Dept.,
The Chattanooga Medicine Co.,
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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Copy Summons for Relief.
larion 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 Notice, 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,
of the condition of
Bank of Clarendon,
Located at Manning, S. C.,
at the close of business on
M~ARCH . 1908S.
Lans and discounts...... 87,290 61
Demand loans.............. 2,200 00'
urniture and fixtures...... 1,438 53
Due from banks and bankers 10,958 88
urrency............... .. 3,219 00
Gld......... ............. 235 00
Silver, nickels and pennies 290 65
hecks and cash items... 756 8'1
Total.............. ... 106,389 53
apital stock paid in... 25,000 00
[ndivided profits, less cur
rent expenses and taxes
paid....... ............. 8,381 95.
Due Unpaid Dividends .......91 00
ndividual deposits subject to
check.................. 72.916 58
aS.vingfs deposits............ .-....
otes and bills rediscounted ....
Blls payable.. .............-----.
Total......... ........ $106,389 53
SATE 0OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY Or CLAaENDoN. f
Before me came J. T. Stukes, Cash
ier of Bank of Clarendon, who being
uly sworn, says that the above and
foregoing statement is a true condition
f said bank, as shown by the books of
file in said bank.
J. T. STUKES.
Sworn to and subscribed before me.
this 17th day of March. 1907.
CHARLES W. PICKERING,
Notary Public for S. C.
J. A. WEINBERG,
C. B. GEIGER,
FRANK P. ERVIN,
Eat and GrowFat
FRESH MEATS AT
Give us a Trial.
Clark & Huggins.
Prescribes Dr. Blosser's Catarrh Remedy.
Dear Sirs-I first used your Catarrh Cure in
the case or my son, who had chronic naso~phar
ngeal catarrh, with great beneit to him. I
often prescribe it for other of my patients, and
I think it is quite the finest remedy ror catarrh
that has ever been placed on the market.
Thanking you ror past favors, I am,
Yours very truly.
M. J. D. DANTzLEa, M. D.,
Elloree, S. C.
Dear Sirs-Your medicine is winning fast in
thisrcuntry. It has effcted some rmarkabl
instance where it has been fairiy tried.
Very truly yors,H.ALN
Dr. Blosser's Catarrh Remedy is for sale by
H. R. Boger, Manning, S. C. A month's treat
ment for $1.00. A free sample for the asking.
A postal card will bring it by mail.
EE & McLELLAN,
Civil Engineers and Land Surveyors,
SUMTER, S. C.
Oros Coldsi revents Panemle
Pinesalve Acts L ol nOTCE
Carbolized roaxao OP SWa
Bring to The ur Job Work Times office.
Millinery Opening at Summerton.
TO THE LADIES OF CLARENDON COUNTY:
Our Grand Millinery Opening will be given
Thursday and Friday, April the 2nd and 3rd. We
will have a Display of Ladie's Hats that would do
credit to a much larger town. Styles and Cuts of
the very latest designs and prices to suit every
You are cordially invited to be present on
this occasion and inspect our large Stock of Up
Our Milliner, Miss Cluff, has had large ex
perience and is thoroughly qualified to please the
most fastidious taste, and will take great pleasure
in showing you through our Line.
Yours very truly,
SUMMERTON MERCANTILE COMPANY,
Summerton, S. C.
an cact Hard Times i
and scrcityof money. If that be the case with
you itwill bze to your interest to come to MY 0
SOEto do your Spring shopping. I promise
to save you money on every article you buy from
* me. Every article you purchase is guaran eed to 0
* be as represented, and if not found perfectly satis- 0
0 factry, goods are taken back. and your money re- $
$funded. One reason we can sell you cheaper than
some others, is because I sell for cash. And then
0 you run no chance of getting any old style shop
0 worn goods.As everything is new, we are receiv-0
0 ing new goods everyday, and when you come to 0
@our place we promise to show, you a beautiful 0
*line of Fabrics. Silks are prettier this season 0
*than ever. While there are a goodmaypin
$ inJapsandTaffetas, being shown, youwilfn
0 Plaids predominating. Plaid ar.d plain Volils and 0
0 Panamas are the leading things being shown in 0
? Wool Goods. 5
e I can show them in Black and all Colors. 0
0 I am paying special attention to White Goods, 0
0 Light Weight Piques. Plaids, Staple and Fancy 0
SLawns, all the late things in plain Lawns, Organ- 0
$dies, Sheet and Heavy Linens, for Skirtswaists
0 My stocd of Men's, Ladid's and Children's .
0 Shoes you will find complete. The styies, qualities 0
0 and prices are up-to-date.0
0 I have a small line of select Clothing that I
~want to close out at a bargain. Want the room0
9 for Dry Goods. This line has only been in my0
house a few days.
h For a Dry Goods Man, I have been fortunate0
0 enough to procure the services of Mr. Walter E. 0
* Mims, of Sumter.Mr. Mims is well-known to the 0
Smost of you, and it will be a pleasure to him for0
8 you tocall-an see hi. 0
8Millinery ! Millinery'!!0
SThis is the department, we want to call your 0
0 special attention. Miss Denny,. of Mississppi, has 0
0been in the house for two weeks with her stock, 0
0 and working day and night, with help, getting $
*ready for the opening od the 1st and 2nd of April. *
To miss seeingthis grand display will be doing
yoursef a grea injustice
to meet your demands for up-to-date, stylish
Clothing, Shoes. Hats, Dress Goods, Em
broideries, Millinery, Etc. Here are a few
prices that will put you wise. All of the
Clothing listed are of standard quality:
Mens' Suits, worth 815.00, my price......... ....$11 98
Mens' Suits, worth $12.50, my price ............9 89
Mens' Suits, worth 810.00, my price...... ....... 8 94
Mens' Suits, al sizes, special job lot, worth from
86.00 to $8.50, they go at................. 4 98
Mens' Shoes, worth $5.00, my price..... ........3 98
Mens' Shoes worth $4.00, my price........... 2 48
Mens' Shoes, worth $3.00, my price.............1 98
Mens' Shoes, worth $2.50, my price.............1 48
Remember my Motto,
BETTER GOODS AND LOWER PRICES
Buy your goods of me and I'll save you
Next Door to Postoffice.
There never has been in this market a cleaner
lot of Horses and Mules than can now be found at
our stables. Every Horse and Mule we sell goes
with our guarantee.
Farm Mules, Draft Mules,
Saddle and Driving Horses.
Also DR. WHITE'S FAMOUS HORSE -REMEDIES.
If you want a good, strong, handsome Buggy,
Surrey or Wagon we can supply you at prices to
meet competition. Come to us for
HARNESS, SADDLES, ROBES AND WHIPS,
and anything pertaining to this line. We want
your personal inspection of our Stables, and we
feel assured that we can suit you to a Horse, Mule
or Buggy, Surrey or Wagon.
SCoffey .& Rigby
SA CARLOAD OF
and three carloads of Buggies now inI
stock, and I solicit your inspection. Come
I FED YOUR HORSEI
at my large, roomy stables. Good stalls,
good and careful attention to your horse~~
and buggy. and your patronage appre
I F. C. T HOMAS.I
For Out Doors.
Or In Doors.
-The low shoes is the only proper wear nowadays, for
pelt ow e' slippdriends. nOurs stock contans
many examples of these requirements.
Tans are good and we are getting in a good stock of
Tans.-Satisfaction or your money back.
THE ONLY SHOE HOUSE.