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MANNING. S. C.. MAY 2, 1908.
.Publishes All Cce:ty and Town Of
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MrST be in
this ottee by Saturday Noon in order to
insure publication the followinz week.
You are exacting in your
choice of Perfumes, Toilet
Waters and Toilet Pow
are what you want.
Queen of Violets, $1.00 the
Japanese Tea Rose, 75 Cents the
ARANT'S DRUG STORE
The MJafcnagenment of The
Times will herectfter gjo
over the nailing lists every
week, and without further
notice every subscription in
arrears over one year will
be stricken off. This is done
in compliance with the
vostal reg ulations.So watch
the label on The Times, it
will tell you, when your
The fishing continues good. and the
Nimrods are happy.
Dr. Everett Iseman of Baltimore s at
home for his vacation.
Mrs. J. E. DeMars has returned to
her home in Charleston
Mrs. Ahrens of Kingstree is visiting
her sister Mrs A. Abrams.
Mrs. A. H. Breedin has returned
home from a visit to Union.
Watch the label on your paper it tells
when the subscription expires.
Rev. S. 0. Cantey of Lynchburg
passed through Manning this morning.
Mrs. Walter H. Wells of Florence is
visiting her sister Mrs. Shelby Davis.
Died at Paxville Friday, 15th, inst.,
infant son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tis
With plenty or fruit and berries
there is no danger of starving in tmis
There will be a basket picnic at
Sardinia next Friday. The public is
Mrs. Helen James McDonald of Spar
tanburg is visiting her cousin Mrs. J.
Things will be cold and hot over at
Pinewood on next Wednesday night, at
the K. of P. convention.
Died in the 'Fork last Friday Mrs.
Rebecca Hodge, relict of the late Isaac
Hodge, aged 81 years.
Miss Blanche Green, who has been
visiting Mrs. A. I. .Barron has returned
to her home in Orangeburg.
Miss Louise Merchant of Greers and
Miss Lucille Alsbrook of Spartanburg
are visiting Miss Sudie Davis.
Capt. R. E. Brunson, assistant cash
ier of the Bank of Florence, has myste
riously disappeared, and is 8.5,000 short.
Miss Mattie B. Appelt left last Sat
urday for a visit to friends at Mullins.
and be of a camping party on Pee Dee.
Old soldiers do not fail to make your
preparations for the big camp at Brew
ington lake in August. There will be
a jolly time.
Come candidates, we need the money,
bring or send your cards. No. can
didate's cards will be published with
out the cash.
Dr. C. W. Barron of Columbia spent
several days of last week in Manning
visiting his brother Clerk of Court A.
Slowly but surely the candidates are
coming to the front giving the voters a
chance to make a selection in the com
Miss Marie T. Seabrook, who was in
charge of Capt. I. I. Bagnal's household
for the past month, returned to her
home in Summerville.
Messrs. J. M. Woods and S. Oliver
O'Bryan left last Monday night for
Aiken to attend the grand lodge of
Knights of Pythias.
Died in Sumter last Monday Mrs.
Mary L. Satterwhite, wife of Rey. F.
M. Satterwhite, pastor of the Bartlette
Street Baptist church.
The indications are growing stronger
every day that mcey is getting easier;
cotton is going up, and the swamp land
buyers are getting busy.
There is a young lady in this town
who occasionally visits this office, but
when she comes there is such a draft it
is difficult to recover from it.
Rev. C. W. Blanchard of Ra..igh,
N. C., will preach for the Clarendon
Bantist church in the Institute Hall
Sunday 31st. The public is cordially
District Deputy Grand Chancellor J.
McSwain Woods will be one of the
speakers at the smoker to be given
next Wednesday evening by Pinewood
Lodge of Knights of Pythias.
A new barn belonging to Mr. L. B.
McFaddin of Sardinia was blown down
by a wind storm last Sunday night.
Oats were considerably damaged, and
the roof of a tobacco barn belonging to
Mr. R. E. McFaddin was carried away.
The Senatorial campaign opens in
Sumter June 17th and the next day
he candidates are in Manning. The
people are taking very little interest
tin these mneetings,and we doubt if there
will be a large attendance.
Misses Edna Brockinton and Corinne
Barfield have our sincere thanks for
invitations to attend the comfmencmenlt
exercises of the College for Women in
Columbia. These young ladies are
Labor contracts drawn under the
ne w contract law now on hand at THE
TIMES office at 5 cents a piece, or a0
cents per dozen.
Some fellow must have escaped from
the magistrate or intendant at Pine
wood. judging from a conmunicadon
from Buster, but which was left out of
this issue because he omitted stating
who it was, or what it was about.
Cards are out announcing the coming
marriage of Miss Edith Elizabeth Mc
Fadden, of Sardinia, and Mr. Henry
DuBose Ferrell, of Greelyville to take
place Wednesday afternoon, at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. R. E. McFaddin, at Sardinia.
Messrs. Chariton Du11ant and W.
C. Davis, were Li Columbia last Mon
day and argued the school bond valida
tion Act before the supreme court.
The decision in this case will tell
whether or not we can go ahead with
the building of the school house this
The barn and stables belonging to
Mr. David Levi, at St. Paul. were de
stroyed by fire last Sunday afternoon.
The loss was quite heavy as he only
carried about 8750 insurance on the
building. The loss consisted of grain,
implements, and about 25 tons of ferti
lizer. Mr. Levi thinks his net loss is
from twelve to fifteen hundred dollars.
THE TIMES editor was prevented
from attending the picnic at tehobeth
school house last Friday because of
being unable to secure a team, and for
the same reason he could not attend
the Paxville school closing on Friday
night. All of the livery teams in Man
ning were hired out, for the Summer
ton base ball and to picnic and fishing
parties. It was impossible for him to
get to either of the places.
Mr A. C. Cobia of Summerton was
in Manning Monday, and while he did
not, ask for any correction, he told
some people here, THE TiMES had
misrepresented his wife by referring to
her as "Miss Mason." She was a "Mrs.
Mason" as stated by the Summerton
correspondent in the same issue. THE
TIMES editor had never heard of the
lady before, and therefore could have
no possible reason to misrepresent her.
Died last Thursday night near Sam
merton Mr. H. Sumter Lowder, in the
,9th year of his age. The funeral took
place at Oak Grove church. Rev. C.
A. Waters of Manning conducted the
service, afterwhich the body was turn
ed over to Summerton lodge A. F. M.
and interred with masonic honors. The
deceased was for many years Tiler of
Summerton lodge, and for his fidelity
was elected a life member. He was a
Confederate soldier and a good citizen.
The peanut slot machine has been
victimized recently by some ingenious
chap. who, instead of feeding the ma
chine with brownies, he fed it with
iron washers, and thereby beat the
owner out of his just earnings. It takes
about a dozen of these washers to reach
the value of one cent, and the fellow
who loves salted peanuts, and buys
them with an iron washer gets twelve
time as much as the fellow who drops
his cent into the slot. There is no de
vice known to mankind that will pre
There is a large section of Manning
in need of draining, and to get this
done it is necessary for the ditches to
go through private property. We know
of no wiser expenditure of the town's
money than good drainage, and there
can be no drainage to amount to any
thing unless private individuals are
benefitted also. Council should look
into this matter, and if in its judgment
the drainage will effect the sanitary
condition of Manning then it should
not hesitate to have the work done
right away. We will state too, that at
least three of the owners of property
through which this ditching is sug
gested have expressed a willingness to
pay their proportion of the expense,
notwithstanding the fact they are tax
payers and entitled to health protec
The closing exercises of the Paxville
raded school were held in the school
uitorium Thursday and Friday even
ings of last week and were very much
enjoyed by a large and appreciative
audience. The exercises were opened
with prayer by Rev. J W. Kizer, after
which the children sang a selection.
Then followed a play entitled "The
Crowning of the May Queen." The
scholarship medals in the lower grades
were awarded to the following: Misses
Louise Cutter, Sadie Mims, Alma Fel
der and Master Claud McLeod. Miss
Emily Broadway was the winner of the
Apelt medal, which is awarded annu
ally. On Friday evening the pupils of
the higher grades gave the play enti
ted, "She Stoops to Conquer. All of
the teachers have been re-elected and
it was found necessary to add another.
teacher for the coming session.
When a good citizen moves away
from Manning it is to be regretted, but
when the town loses an active public
spirited force, it is a loss which must
be appreciated by all. Mr. Sol. L.
Krasnoff for years a citizen of this
place, identified himself with its best
interests, always ready and willing, to
take an active part for that which
went to the upbuiline and progress,
left here last Monday tmake his home
in New York. In this move Manning
loses a citizen who by his intelligence,
and up-right conduct. together with
his go-aheaditiveness won for him the
esteem of the community. Mr. Kras
nof is a mason,knight and woodmnan; in
all of thes3 orders he took a prominent
part, and in all of them his timely
council will be missed. While enforced
to give up this good citizen,and would,
if we could pursuade him to remain,
yet we recognize that a man of his
natural ability, and progressive spirit
will find things more congenial in a
large city, where there are better op
portunities for the development of his
talents and his energies. -We wish for
him, and we know we voice the town's
sentiment in so wishing an abundant
success in his new home, and we can
assure him that whenever so inclined a
visit from him will always be received
with a genuine pleasure, and a hearty
ManZan Pile Remedy.Price 50e is guaranteed.
Put un ready for use. One application prompt
relief to any form of piles. Soothes and heals.
Sold by The Manning Pharmacy.
Subjects of Lecture.
The following are the subjects of the
lectures to be delivered by the R1ev.
T. T. Walsh at the school auditorium
beginning May 25th: Monday 8:30 p.
m. religion and worldliness. Tuesday
5 p. m. why baptize infants. Tuesday
:30 p. mn. religion and the church.
Wednesday 8:30 p. m. the condition of
the dead. Thursday 5 p. m. confirma
tion and communion. Thursday 8:30
p. m. form worship. Friday 8:30 p. in.
the continuity of the Episcopal chnrch
and ministry from Apostolic times.
Sunday 11 a.'mn. a sermon and the Holy
communon. Sunday 8:30 p. m. even
ing prayer and a Sermon in church
unity. The Rev. A. E. Evison a noted
tenor soloist is expected to assist in the
Here comes the Springi Wmrds to chap. tan
and frcckle. Use Pinesalve Carbolized. (Acts
like a poultice) for cuts. sores, burns, etapped
skin. Sold by The Mannin:r Pharmacy.
The citizens of Clarendon county we
Irequested to meet the Senatorial cam
paign candidates at Manning June 18,
who will address them on that day.
We are hoping for general rally and a
rousing welcome be given these dis
A. J. R~cHBoLRG.
Work Needed at the Cemetery.
The cemetery is in very bad repa
and there is no money on hand to ha'
the work done. Therefore we are g
ing to call on all whc have any intere
in the care of the cemetery to leap
what they care to contribute with M
Joseph Sprott, cashier of the Bank
Manning and the money will be pro
erly expended in putting the cemetel
in presentable condition. Now plea
don't throw this aside. thinking the
some one else will do this. We wai
you all to do your part in keeping tt
cemetery. Don't content yourselves I
going there and cleaning around yot
own lot. Do this work of love as ofte
as you feel like it. but don't stop ther
contribute something to the gener
fund for keeping up the cemetery as
The condition of the cemetery now
a reflection on the town and we mu
do something. We wish to start th
work about the first of .June and thoi
who cannot spend the money can r
themselves or send some one to he]
when work is begun.
- Yours truly.
W. E. JENICDISON.
Don-t cough your head oil when you can tet
euaranteead rcinedy in Bees Laxative Cous
Syrup. It is espeeially recommended for ch
wren as its pleasant to take. isa ;entle laxatil
thus expelling the phlegm from the systei
For coughs. colds. croup. whooping coug
hoarseness and all bronchial trouble. ucara
teed. Sold by The Manning Pharmacy.
The County Democratic Executis
Committee will meet in the court hour
Wednesday June 3rd at 12 o'clock noo
for the purpose of arranging for tb
Senatorial campaign meeting, and t
transact any other business of part
interest. Every club in the county
expected to be represented.
A. J. RICHBOTRG,
For Sale -Hand-drawn heart cypres
Shingles, in any quantity. Apply to T
For Rent-House formerly ocenpie
by W. G. King. Apply to E. D. Hodge
Manning, S. C.
For Rent-The store next door t
the postoffice. Good stand. Apply t
Next week is court week, so do nc
forget to bring that broken watch
lock or gun to Charles E. Young
Repair Shop, opposite the Baptis
For Sale-One seven room house an
lot, the yards, both front and bacl
beautifully shaded with large oak tree
also two vacant lots adjoining. Fc
particulars address C. R. Harvin, Ag
Manning, S. C.
Delay Has Been Danager
ous in Manning.
Do the right thing at the right tim
Act quickly in times of danger.
Backache is kidney danger.
Doan's Kidney Pills act quick:y.
Cure all distressing, dangerous kic
Plenty of evidence to prove this.
P. T.~David, living at 30 E. ET ans st
Florence. S. C., says: 'I have use
Doan's Kidney Pills and T feel I ca
safely recommend them to other suffet
ers. "Prior to using them my :idney
were so weak that I had to arise man
times during the night. My back als
pained me a great deal and I was s
sore and lame that it hurt me severel
to stoop. When I made a sudden move
ment. sharp, shooting twinges; woul,
pass through my loins and I would su:
fer more intensely. A friend advise
re to try Doan's Kidney Pills. I prc
ured a box and used them accordin
to directions. The backaches and pair
soon disappearect, the secretions becata
regular and tnormal and at present I at
able to sleep well at night. Doan
Kidney Pills have done me a great dei
of good, in fact proved to be the bes
remedy I ever used for the kidneys."
For 'sale by all dealers. Price5
ents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffak4
New York, sole agents for the Unite
Remember the name-Doadas-an
take no other.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Clarendon,
By James M. Windham, Esq., Judg
WHEREAS, Lutitia Davis and 0
Vcar Davis made suit to me t
grant them Letters of Administratio
of the estate and effects of Cyre
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindre
and creditors of the said Cyrus Di
vis, deceased, that they be an
appear before me,in the Court of Pr<
bate, to be held at Manning, S. C.. o
the 13th day of June next, afte
publication thereof, at 11 o'clocki
the forenoon, to show cause, if an
they have, why the said administri
tion should not be granted.
Given under my hand, this 21F
day of May, A. D. 1908.
~JAMES Mt. WINDHAM,
[SEAL.] Judge of Probate.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Pr<
bate for Clarendon county, on the 25t
day of June, 1908, for letters of di
charge as administrator of the estat
of Belle M. L. McDowell, deceased.
Sardinia, S. C. Mlay 22 1908.
: SPECIAL NOTICE.
The Southern State Trust
Co., of Columbia, S. C., is
+ helping a great many peo
% ple to own their homes,
farms, business houses and
+ to lift mortgages on easy
YOUR RENT IS THE KEY.
+ The $1,000 Guarantee In
vestment Home Purchasing
$ Bonds with 6 per cent Real
g Estate loan option will en
able you to become a prop
+ erty owner and independent.
+ START TODAY.
+ WVORTHi INVESTIGATING
+ DO IT NOW
For information Address
: W. Carlisle Furse,
+ Glen. Agent,
$COLUMBIA, S. C.
Such agonies as some women
t suffer, every month, from back
Is it necessary? No. It can
,n be prevented and relieved, when
3: caused by female trouble, by take
11 ing a medicine with specific, cura
a five action, on the female organs
is and functions, which acts by re
;t lieving the congestion, stopping
is the pain and building the organs
e and functions up to a proper state
of health. Try.
"I suffered for 15 years," writes
Mrs. Malinda A. Akers, of Basham,
Va., "with various female troubles.
I had such a backache that it
drew me over, so I could not stand
e straight. The doctors could not
e help me, so I tock Cardui; and
n now I feel like a new woman." -
e At Al Druggists
. WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE,
stating age and describing symp
toms, to Ladics Advisory Dept.,
The Chattanooga Medicine Co.,
Chattaooga, Tenn. E 38
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon.
By James M. Windham, Esq., Probate
0 W HEREAS, J. W. Oliver made suit
0 11 to me, to grant him letters of ad
ministration of the estate and effects
of William T. Kelley.
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
s and creditors of the said William T.
t Kelley, deceased, that they be and
appear before me, in the Court of Pro
d bate to be held at Manning on the 11th
day of June. next after publication
hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
r to show cause, if any they have, why
the said administration should not be
o Given under my hand, this 20th day
of May. A. D. 1908.
[SEAL.] JAMES M. WINDHAM,
Judge of Proba te.
Notice is hereby given that the books
- for taking tax returns for the Town of
Manning will be open from June 1st, to
June 30th 1908 at the Town Hall.
The fiscal year begins April 15th and
returns should cover what you own at
that time. For failure to make returns
a penalty of 50 per cent will be added.
- The office will be open every Satur
day of each week from June 1st, except
the last week. when it will be kept
open every day.
R. C. WELLS,
Clerk and Treasurer.
SMay 16th, 1908.
I will sell to the highest bidder for
cash, at the residence of the late
Rufus Brunson, deceased, at 11
jo'clock, a. mn., on the 4th day of June'
1908, 6 head mules and horses, 6 head
Scattle, 7 head hogs, lot fodder an d
Shay, lot peas, two-horse wagon, one
Shorse wagon, single buggy, double
" buggy, mower, rake, two sets har
s ness, one K. P. distributor.
J. A. WEINBERG,
sMay 19, 1908.
0 Notice of Discharge.
~I will apply to the Judge of Pro.
d bate for Clarendon county, on the
22nd day of June, 1908, for letters of
d discharge as administratrix of the
estate of Hartwell B. Rich bouirg, de
FLORENCE E. RICHBOURG,
Sumuarton, S. C., May 19, 1908.
aNotice to Creditors.
All persons having claims against
- the estate of S. Warren Nelson. de
0 ceased, will present them duly at
a tested, and those owing said estate
s will make payment to the under
sIgned qualified executor of said
ese RICHARD I. MANNING.
d Sumter, S. C., May 19, 1909.
SSTATEOF SOUTH CAROlUNA,
t COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Esther L. Moise, Plaintity, -e
- Walton Billups, Arthur Billiups,
Rosanna Bozier, Sometimes known
as Rosanna Billups, Gilland Billups,
,Collin Billups, H. T. Eldens. Marion
h Moise, Mitchell Levi and Ferdinand
-Levi. copartners as Levi Brothers:
SEstella D'A. Levi, J. A. Weinberg
and E. H. Fincken. as Trustee. De
SUMMONS FOR RELIEF.
ToTeDefendants Above Named:
+ You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the Complaint in this
action. of which a copy is herewith
Sserved upon you, and to serve a copy
Sof yoi:.r answer to the said Complaint
+ on the subscribers~at their oflice,120-129
+ North' Main Street, in the City of Sumn
Ster, S. C., within twenty days after the
+ service hereof, exclusive of the day of
+ such service; and if you fail to answer
Sthe complaint within the time aforesaid,
+ the plaintiff in this action .vill apply to
+ the Court for the relief demanded in
+ Dated May 1st, A. D. 1908.
+ LEE & MOISE,
STo Arthur Billups. defendant above
( Take notice that the Summons and
+ Cmplaint in this action were filed in
+ the oflce of the Clerk of Court for Clar
i endon County on May the 6th, 1908:
+ and take further notice that no per.
+ sonal claim demand is made upon yo
in said Action.
4 LEE & MOISE,
SNotice of Discharge.
( I will apply to the Judge of Probate
+ for Ciarendon county, on the Sth, day
+of June. 1908, for letters of discharge as
i administrator, with the will annexed,
+ fteestate of Susan C. Hodge, de
I ~ HARRY A. HODGE,
'Summerton. S. C., May 6, 1908.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
Digests what you eat.
CAN ANYONE BEAT -
WILL ANYBODY TRY?
40 Dozen Boys' Knee Pants from 4 years to 16 years
old, 24c., 48c. and 89c. the pair. Nothing like these values
ever shown in this town.
25 Dozen Mens' and Boys 35c. Caps that we put
out at 15c. each. We defy any one to show such values
in Caps. It will cost you nothing to see them.
100 Dozen Linen Collars for Men, regular price l5c.
each, they are yours as long as they last at 10c. Just
think of this, 15c. Linen Collars for only 10c.
Another lot of those famous Gauze Vests, extra o
long, tape neck, sells everywhere for 10c., our cash price
40 inch White Laws only 12 1-2c. 30 inch real Per
sian Lawns, worth 15c. the yard, we will sell for 10c. 45
inch Persian Lawns, value 35c.. that we will sell at 25c.
30 inch White Madras. value 20c. the yard that we are
selling at 12 1-2c. the yard.
We will stake our judgment and reputation on the
fact that we have some of the greatest values in Umbrel
las to be found in this town. Nice Mercerized Umbrellas C
for Ladies' and Gent's?75c. value will got at 48c. Nice
Mercerized Umbrellas for Gent's and Ladie's, $1.25 value.
for only 89c. Fine Gloria Silk Umbrellas for Cent's and
Ladies', $1.75 values. for only 51.29. The best Ladies'
and Gent's Silk Umbrellas ever shown in Manning at $2.25
will be sold at $1.89. If you want a nice Gents' or Ladies'
Umbrella here is the place to get it. You can't find such
values nowhere else.
Will you you please see the Line of 5c. open and
shut Fans that we are selling for Sc.
A large Line of White Gauze Silk Fans that sells
everywhere for 50c., our price only 25c. All kinds of
nice Fans up to $1.25 each can be had at our store. Buy
tor the cash and sell for the cash is the way we do it.
THE GREATEST LACE BARGAINS
EVER SEEN IN MANNING.
5,000 Yards Torchon Lace at 3 and Sc. the yard,
that will cost you anywhere and everywhere 5 to 10c. the
yard, our price 3 and 5c. yard.
5,000 Yards Val Lace, worth 10c. yard, will sell
for only Sc.
50,000 Yards Point De Berrie Lace, a Big Bargain _
at 10c. We sell it to you for only Sc., as long as it last.
Percales at the old price.
The best yard-wide Percales only 10c. yard.
Knee Pants from 4 to 16 years old old 23c the pair.
Mens' Straw Hats and Mens' Fine Hats, the best
values in town. Mens' and Boy's Caps, 35c. values, for
The largest, the best and the cheapest stock in
town you can always find it at our store, and always at
the right price.
5c. Pearl Buttons only 3c. -
Pins 1c., 10c. Pearl Buttons for 5c. Big value in
Ladies' 10c. Hose for only 7c. Gents' 1-2 Hose, Blacks,
Tans and Blues, only 7c. Mens' Fancy 15 and 20c. 1-2
Hose only 12c. 3 yards Cotton Crash Toweling only 10c.
for the 3 yards. 2 1-2 yards Turkey Red Table Demask
only 40c. for the 2 1-2 yards. -
OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT
is the largest in the town-always new goods coming in. 0
We are now making a run on $2. and $2.50 Ladies' Hats O
If you have not got that summer Hat yet you bet-'
ter not put it off longer. Come and get it now at this low
W. E. Jenkinson Co.
: The Store:
3THAT GIVES SATISFACTION OR*
9 Grand Showing of Spring Dress
Goods and Silks.
* WHITE GOODS.
@India Linon, 10, 15, 20 and 25c.
* Persian Lawns, 15, 20 and 25c. -
@Wash Chiffon. 25c.
50 inch French Lawn, 45c..
* 50 inch Organdie, 50c.
* Piques, in Plaids, Stripes and Fancies,
* 12 1-2, 15, 20 and 25c.
Shear Plaids, Stripes and Fancies in Lawns, *
*15 to 3c
* A complete Line of Belts from 10c. to
* A beautiful assortment of Ladies' Col
lars from 10c. to 50c.
* Girdles. 25 and 50c.$
* ~ Corsets, 25, 50c. and $1.
* Long Silk Gloves, Black and White. -
* 50, 75c. and $1. )
* 16 Button, Tan and Black Dresse' J *
* Kids, regnlar price $3.50, for $2.98.
Long White Kids, regular price $1.50,
* for 9c
Laces, Vals in Edges and Insertings,
Sc. to 25c.
The best Sc. Torchon on the market.
. Embroideries, in Flouncings, Allvers.
* Edgings and Insertings. Can't be beat.
* Hosiery. Ladies', Misses' and Chil
* drens' Black, White and Tan, from 1Oc.
* to 50c.
* Ladies' Undervest with Tape, full
- * size, for Sc.
* The 10c., 15c. and 25c. Vests are
*Extra large sizes 15c
I* I do not hesitate to say I have the largest $
* stock of both Mens' anid Ladies' Low Cut Shoes
you will find anywhere, and in order to move
them will make special prices on same
Mens' Summer Underwear, Vests and
Pants, from 25c. to 50c. a garment.
*C. S. Rigby. U
THE CASH STORE.E
J I RIDYll
offers Good Valnes this week. as usual. We are offering 9
some extra good things at moderate prices. We have the a
prices down very low on all our goods now, and you can ::;
secure some excellent values throughout the store. Dainty 2.
White Goods, Etc., at most moderate prices.
* Beautiful assortment Swisses. small dots, large a
dots, figures, etc., at 9c., 10c.. 12 1-2c. up to 25c. yard.
You will be surprised and pleased when you see the
quality offered at such moderate prices.
White Persian Lawns. full 47 inches wide, beau
tiful sheer quality, from 40c. yard down. -
Beautiful smooth quality French Lawns, full 40
inches wide, at most reasonable prices, 12 1-2c., 15c., 20c.
Extra good values this is.
Pretty things in White Lawn Checks, Plaids,
etc., very sheer pries, ranging from 8 1-c. to 25c. yard.
Splendid values in Lionens, for Skirt Waists,
Suits, etc. Extra strong values in these goods, from 25c.
up--all pure Linen.
We have some great bargains for you in Sheets,
Pillow Cases Sheetings, Pillow Tuckings, Towels, Tow- ,
elings, Table Linens, etc. Let us show you these goods
at most moderate prices.
Look ahead, and think of that new Suit you
probably need now. Why not get it now? Last years' is
all right for everyday, but "for "best" you surely ought
to have something that up-to-.date-minute. Our Schloss.
Suits are just the thing for smart wear. Swell new de
signs in handsome Clothes. Better get the new suit now.
The best in Mens', Women's and Children's Shoes
Every Man and Women is interested in Good Shces.
Some don't get them. The Men, Women and Children
we shoe wear the best. The season's newest and cleverest
Shoes are here, both Low Cuts and High Cuts. ~Prices
the mest moderate. Try a pair of our Shoes, you'll be.
be satisfied with style, fit and comfort and wear.
THE YOUNG RELIABLE,
sn M. som Mrhes. RILgtB .
sDry Goods Dept.
Coats' Spool Cotton 5c. Spool.
We have just received the swelest
STANDARD BRAND SHOES
They are made in all leathers, includ
ing Patents and Tans, for Men, Women and
PRICES FROM $5. DOWN
and LOW CUTS ever shown in this section
Remember, Tans and Patents are
very popular this season and we have, the
pick of f he styles in the celebrated Stan
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT.
So keep cool, and buy your spring and
buy your Low Cuts from
A ARON ADRBL.
P. B. MOUZON'S OLD STAND.
We have decided to give every Shoe
in our establishment "the pink slip" for the
Balance of the season that we may turn it
into cash, for the cash is what we need.
Note the following Cut Prices:
$1.50 Oxfords for $1.25.
$2.50 Oxfords for $1.75.
$3.00 Oxfords for $2.50.
$4.50 Oxfords for $3.50.
$6.00 Oxfords for $5.00.
All new goods. Surely you will avail
yourself of these prices for cash.