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MANNING. S. C., OCT. 28, 1908.
Publishes All County and Town Of
Advertisers will please re
memiber that copy for a
change of ad. MST be in
this office by Saturday Noon in order to
insure puiication the following week.
but licensed Pharmacists Com
pounds prescriptions at
ARANT'S DRUG STORE.
Licensed Pharmacists also check
prescriptions to insure the cus
tomer against possible mistakes,
and consequent danger.
are not already one of our custo
mers, the above is strong argu
ment in favor of you becoming
Arant's Drug Store.
"He who disagrees with me is a here
tic, a fool or a villian."
The boxes for the election are to be
delivered next Saturday.
Trespass notices for sale at THE
TnEs office. Nickel e'ach.
Work on the court house has been
resumed, and will continue right on.
Clarendon will be well represented at
the Fair in spite of low priced cotton.
Live Oak Camp of Manning is in
vited to attend an unveiling ceremony
at Greelyville next Sunday.
The government report shows that up
to October 18 there were 6,283,780 bales
ginned. South Carolina ginnrd 659,076.
Argue not with those who are con
vinced it is impossible for them to be
wrong. It is a waste of time and lung
Hot supper for the benefit of Gra
ham's church, at the home of Mr. J. I.
Brogden, near Brogden next Wednes
Those who cannot find their last year's
tax receipt can call upon the County
Treasurer for a certificate showing they
have paid their taxes.
Hon. J. W. Hamel of Kershaw gave
us a pleasant call last Monday, Mr.
Hamel is an editor and while with us
we spent a delightful hour.
Clarendon County has contributed to
the Bryan and Kern fund nearly $200,
while Oolleton gave ]ess than $30, and
Spartanburg less than $65.
Mrs. T. A. Archer, of Anderson, spent
last Sunday in Manning, visiting her
sister-in-law, Mrs. Dr. A. S. Todd. She
left Monday morning to visit a son in
We are requested to announce there
will be a supper at the Stone Line school
house, next Wednesday evening for the
benefit of furnishing the new building.
There will be barbecue, oysters and ice
Governor Ansel has appointed H. F.
Stack magistrate at Pinewood, in place
of B. W. Deschamps resigned. Mr.
Stack was magistrate at that place sev
eral years ago but gave it up on account
of ill health.
Married by Rev. D. A. Phillips, at
the Methodist parsonage, yesterday
morning Mr. J. M. Graham and Miss
Fannie Emanuel, daughter of Mr. W.
P. Emanuel. The couple left on morn
ing train for the State Fair.
Manning has a board of trade. Man
ning had a board of trade several years
ago. The former board organized
and coilected dues, the present board
organized and collected dues. Has any
thmng else been done?
Rev. James McDowell will preach in
the presbyterian church next Sunday
morning, and it will probably be his
last sermon in Clarendon, as he expects
to make his home in Yorkville with his
son Dr. James D. McDowell.
There will be a Prohibition Rally
here next Saturday at 11 o'clock a. m.
-It is said that many whom are well
versed on the prohibition question will
expound their doctrine. Among them
Hon. C. C. Featherstone, of Laurens,
and Hon. Mendel L. Smith, of Camden.
On last Thursday Mr. Allen Shorter,
near Davis Station had some trouble
with some negroes about-them setting
their dogs on his hogs which..had stray
ed in the negroes pea field, and which
resulted in his shooting Preston Lemon.
Shorter came t'o Manning to give him
self up to the Sheriff who was absent on
offcial business, when he returned he
went to Shorter's, arrested him and
lodged him in jail, where he remains
pending the wounded boy's condition.
Manning needs afewerage system,
but how can Mannmng get it without
adding at least six more mills to the
taxation? How many property holders
are willing to increase the taxation of
this town? There is only c?ae way to
put in the improvements comt~mplated
by some of our progressive citizens, and
that is for the taxpayers to sell their
property and turn the _proceeds into the
town treasury, then if it is not extravag
antly managed a sewerage system may
be put in the length of Brooks Street.
Some one has started a report that
THE TIMES editor said he would chal
lenge any man's vote who is allowed to
vote without exhibiting his registration
certificate and tax receipt. It is false,
no such thought ever entered THE
TIES editor's head. If the managers
violate the law it may be against the
side they favor. THE TIES editor will
cast his vote lawfully or not at all, he
has nothing to do with others. He never
has played the roll of an election spot
ter and does not propose to at this late
There is something doing now in a
business way at the Krasnoff store. This
concern has a tremendous stock of
goods. It bought it to sell and not to
keep. The management realizes some
thing must be done to enliven and draw
trade here, and has therefore marked
this big stock down at figures to draw
trade. Read the large advertisement
in this issue and come to Mannmog with
a vie w of buying, and we can assure the
trading public that the Krasnotis mean
to exchange their goods for cash to the
advantage of the buyer. Read the ad
Rings Little Liver Pills for billiousness, sick
headache. They keep you well. 25c. Try them.
Sold by erh Manning Pharmacy.
Next Friday evening at the colored th
Methodist Church, Bishop Benjamin F. pr(
Lee of Wilberforce. Ohio, will be pres- me
ent and preach. Bishop Lee has the wh
reputation of being one of the most an(
eloquent and forceful speakers in the leo
A. M. E. Church and his visit here will an<
be warmly welcomed by the congrega- tal
tion. The pastor Rev. J. E. Hagiu in- lag
vites the white people to attend the wit
service in his church Friday evening. qu
and he has also invited some gentlemen the
to deliver addresses of welcome, and to cor
acquaint the Bishop of the kind rela tie
tions existing between the races. fur
The Frohibitionists are Fighting an Unresist- prc
ed Battle. asi
There was a prohibition mass meet- ofq
ing held in the court house last Sunday i a
afternoon, which was well attended. ord
Mr. W. M. Plowden presided. Rev. C. a n
W. Blanchard, pastor of the Clarendon
Baptist Church. Hon. J. W. Hamel, of fix(
Kershaw, and Charlton DuRant Esq., ad}
made addresses. The address of Mr. pal,
Blanchard is said to have been very th
fine, it is highly commended even. by the
some who do not agree with his conclu- Co,
sions. They say his advocacy of prohi- anc
bition is very strong and his oratory clu
Mr. DuRant stressed, we understand, Th
the legal aspect of the proposition now in,
confronting the voters. He, we are rea
told, thinks the courts will confirm the ele
election, notwithstanding the tailure of .
the thirty days notice having been given gS
as required by the act of the legisla- ele
ture, and he also is of the opinion that W
no man can legally vote who does not swe
exhibit to the managers of election his chi
tax receipt for last year, and his regis- but
tration certificate. The managers, ac- ter,
cording to Mr. DuRant's view will vio- not
late the law if they permit a voter to cast fore
a ballot without first exhibiting to them the
the registration certificate and tax re- ex
The last speaker was Hon. J. W. Ham- to
l. The chairman in introducing Mr. F
amel said: "It gives me pleasure to coI
introduce the last speaker." The speak- the
er lives in the town of Kershaw which cali
is now under prohibition, and he cited c
the improved conditions in his town has
since prohibition has been in vogue. -
The prohibitionists have organized of t
thoroughly, -while those who favor the tiot
retention of the dispensary are relying I
solely upon the legality of the notice per
iven by the County Supervisor. Should pen
it be decided the notice given is lawful is d,
hen we presume Clarendon's dispen- bef<
>ary will be closed, because we are sat- has
isfied a majority of the votes that will voti
be cast on the liquor question will be the
gainst that institution, not because we the
believe there is an actual sincere pro- nun
ibition sentiment, without which a the
;rohibition law could not be enforced, con
ut there are other causes operating helt
Lgainst the continuance of the dispen
sary at Manning.
There are a good many men absolute
*y sincere in wanting to drive out the
egal sale of liquor--they believe it will
ecrease the consumption of whiskey,
Lnd they regard it a religious duty to
lave the legalized sale wiped out: D
Then there are others who will vote vet(
Lgainst the dispensary because they are at
lissatisfied with the price and quality taic
f the liquor sold-these men drink, tha1
Lnd say the closing of the dispensary mu<
ill not effect them as they can order stor
what liquor they want, get a better thei
uality at a cheaper price. curt
Another class will Tote against the and
lispensary because of the way the law at
listributes the profits, they think the Ara
und should be divided between county
Ld schools equally, claiming the coun
,y seat gets more than its just share
when it gets one-third.
There are still others who will vote A
gainst the dispensary, believing the Este
aw will be laxly enforced, and that it Hoc
will virtually amount to free license, as
s the case in some sections now. T
Another element is actuated by the fror
elief if thedispensary is taken out of in1
ifanning the trade drawn by it will phe
stay in the other towns of the county. H-.
Lhere would be, so some think, no in
ncement for trade passing through F
ther towns in the county to go to the one
~ounty seat where liquor is legally sold. nin
We might go on and cite some more and
reasons thAt will actuate men voting out clet
he dispensaiy but this is enough to show gra
hat it is not~ altogether a sincere pro- ter
aibition sentiment moving the people. -
[n our opinion the vote cast will show a
arge majority in favor of abolishing
xhe sale of liquor, whether there will be
majority of the voters of the county In
,hat will vote remains to be seen, for
iotwithstanding the activity of the For
rohibitionists there are ma~ny who will
ot go to the polls, and if the managersI'
are going to comply strictly with the
aw, this may have the effect of cutting
,he vote. sit
- ~ To
Married Man In Trouble. B
A married man who permits any
nember of the family to take anything 9
~xcept Foley's Honey and Tar, for W
~oughs, colds and lung trouble, is guilty n
f neglect. Nothing else is as good for he
L1 pulmonary troubles. The genuine tha
'ole's Honey and Tar contains no opia- anc
es and is in a yellow package. W. E. th
3rown & Co. for
)id Dispensary Officials Make Statement Cre
Mr. Voter:-Do you put Dispensary Pet
fficials in office to run the Dispensary,
>r to run our elections?
Do you put money in their hands to -
se in conducting the Dispensary or to
ase in defeating your will as expressed
in an election?
Do the Dispensary forces show the 3
weakness of their case when they aresp
afraid to come out in this campaign, the
but say that they will spend your money in
to defeat your will by employing expen- qua
sive Attorneys to take advantage of edt
every technicality in the Law?Cu
To sum up: Is the Dispensary run be- Cot
cause you say so and for your benefit, or
is it to be run in despite of anything 1
ou say and for the benefit of the Dis- 1
ensary officials? And what do you 5
think f their statement that the peo- cen
ple's money will be used to protect the a
people against themselves. goc
The Dispensary cannot run without Br2
making drunkards; will you furnish Be'
your boy for the next drunkard? tiel
Is the Dispensary working for tern
perance? Its liquor is advertised at pi:
bargain prices to help the sale! I of t
Honest now: Do you believe that the der
officials of cities and counties in which rj
Prohibition has been tried are lying sha
when they say that Prohibition decreas- the
es crime? Let us show you their let
THE PROHIBITION CAMPAIGN COM. of
Saved His Boy's ILife. l
"My three year old boy was badly ser
constipated, had a high fever and was bic
in an awful condition. I gave him two res
dozes of Foley's Orino Laxative and the cre
next mording the fever was gone and sul
he was entirely well. Foley's Orino
Laxative saved his life." A. Wolkushi M;
Casimer, Wis. W. E. Brown & Co. nit
Manning, S. C., October 26, 1908. th<
Mr. W. M. Plowden, Chairman, Man- Nc
ing, S. C. . . de
Dear Sir:-Answering your inquiry th
as to whether the failure to advertise
the Prohibition Election for thirty days
will vitiate the election. We have gone
'as carefully into this matter as the lim
ited time and pressure of other business
will allow, and have reached the follow
The Law provides that the election
shall be advertised for thirty days, and
it also provides that each box shall be
lebeled in plain Roman letters; that the w
ballots shall be of plain white paper
two and a half inches wide by tive inch
es long. That an opening shall be made -
in the lid of each box not larger than
sufficient for a single ballot to be insert -
Ied therein at one time, etc., going into?
close details as to the manner in which
election shall be conducted. These
>visions, including that of advertise
nt, are directory and not mandatory,
ich means that a substantial compli
:e is sufficient. What is a substantial ff
npliance is a question for the Courts, 1
I it is dillecult to say what will be a
en as a substantial compliance if the
has not been literally complied a
h. However, we find that the first
,sticn is always. "What has been
result of the failure to literally
aply with the law. and have the par
> complaining been injured?" And, o
ther, the Courts always consider the ti
sons of the failure to comply with
law, and if fraud is charged or
ven an election is more quickly set
le. In this case there can be no claim
he end to be reached by advertising
iotice to the voters of the election in
er that they may vote. Ordinarily
otice of election is advertised in the
>ers several weeks nefore the day
,d for the election. In this case it is y
ertised for two weeks in the news- :
>er in this County, but in addition to
t, notices have been posted all over
County. Further every voter in they
inv has been notified of the election
an active campaign is going on, in
din'. speeches to be made at public
stings in all sections of the County.
a end to be reached by the advertis
for thirty days has certainly been
ched by the advertising which this 6
3tion has received and will receive.
'he Court in Trimmer v. Bomar, 20
. 354, 361, thus states the rule: "In
tions the great matter is the result.
;en this is clearly ascertained, it.
eps away all techicalities. The ma
nery provided should be observed,
in so far as it is not necessary to de- s
nine the result, it is directory and i
mandatory. Certainly manner and
n should not be allowed, to defeat
undoubted will of the people clearly
pressed. This would be, indeed, sub
inating and sacrificing the substance
urther, the Prohibitionists have e
iplied strictly with the law and as :
re br, .~en no failure in any techni
their part we do not think the .
:-nt of an officer which manifestly
harmed no one will be allowed to @
rride and render unavailing the will :
he people as expressed in this elec
is apparent, however, that the Dis
sary element is making every effort .
:eep down the vote and perhaps this .
one with the expectation of claiming
yre the Courts that the lack of notice
prevented some of the electors from S
ng. We consider it important that .
Prohibitionists should vote and if
v do so and there are a reasonable
iber of votes cast and the result of :
election is for Prohibition, we are
Edent that the election will be up
i. Yours Truly,
DAVIs & WEINBERG,
J. MCSWAIN WooDS, a
J H. LESESNE.
Where Bullets Flew.
avia Parker, of Fayette, N. Y., a
ran of the civil war, who lost a foot
ettysburg, says: "The good Elec hf
Bitters have done is worth more ti
five hundred dollars to me. I spent at
:h money doctoring for a bad case of fo
aach trouble, to little purpose. I
2 tried Electric Bitters, and they F
sd me. I now take them as a tonic, F1
they keep me strong and well. 50c. w
Dr. W. E. Brown & Co., and J. E. B
nt's drug store.
.ny one wishirg to puirchiase Real
Lte in town or county see E. D.
o Rent-a first class farm, anywhere
a a 2 horse to a 10 horse farm, with
wo mites of Manning. Place sup
d with good buildings. Apply to J.
fcKnight Manning, S. C.
,r Sale:-A fine opportunity for any
desiring a small farm near Man
g. A good house with out-buildings
20 acres of land, about 15 acres
.red within half mile of the Manning
:led scnool for sale on reasonable a.
as. Apply to B. A. JOHNSON. tb
Notice to Creditors.
the District Court of the United
the Eastern District of South
,he matter of L. S. 13arwick & Son, th
etition for Confirmation of Compo- T
the Creditors of the above named s,
ake notice, that on the 27th day of
ober, the above named Binkrupts
1 their Petition in said Court pray- B
comfirmation of the composition -
etofore offered and accepted, and
t a hearing was thereupon orderedi
will be had upon said Petition on
9th day of November, 1908, be- h'
said Court, at Charleston, in said t
trict, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, re
hich time and place all known 4
ditors and other per'ons in interest t
appear and show cause, if any 1
~ have, why the prayer of said B
ition should not be granted.
RICHARD W. HUTSON, a:
Clerk U. S. District Court. 1
Ntice to Liquor Dealers.
iis are hereby requested from re
sible dealers in accordance with
terms of the Dispensary Law now I
force for the following kinds and I
ntities of liquors &c., to be furnish- E
he State of South Carolina, for the
.nty Dispensary Board of Clarendon
nty, to wit: .
barrels Corn Whiskey, 100 per cent. t<
barrels Rye Whiskey. 100 per cent. G
) barrels Gin Whiskey, 100 per cent. -
barrels old Corn Whiskey, 100 per
ids will also be received for case
ds, including Rye, Corn, Scotch.
indy, Gin, Ruin. Alcohol, Wines,
r and also glass, corks and other ar
es needed by the Board.
J goods sh'all be furnished in corn
mce with, and subject to the terms
,he Dispensary Law of 1907, and bid
' must observe the following rules: si
'he bids shall be sealed and there a
,11 be no marks or signs to indicate s'
name of the bidder.
ll bids must be sent by express or
:istered mail to L. L. Wells, Treas.,
Clarendon County on or before the1
h day of November 1908.
The contract will be awarded to the c
rest responsible bidder, the Board re-s
'ving the right to reject any or all 9
Ls or parts of bids. The Board also
erves the right to increase or de-C
ese the above quantities of the bids 1
\1 goods to be delivered F. 0. B. ~
minng, S. C., to be paid for within
iety days, subject to reguage at our
.reiouse, and a rigid chemical analy- ~
Bids wvill be opened at the office of
Dispensary Board. Manning, S. C.
vember 28,~1008. The successful bid
es to give a competent bond should
a Board require same.
E. S. ERVIN,
A. H. BREEDIN,
L. I. BAGNAL,
Clarendon Co. Dispensary Board.
Manning, S. C., October 2S, 1908. 1
By Saturday, October 31, to furnish
od for Court House.
R3. E. MCFADDIN,
rO~ k~drti;oaf. ~ o opate
HALLIE D. WASHINGTON
>r Special Automobile and Bicycle
repair Work. Neat work and prompt
STOP YOUR CAR
ad get it Timed. Cars from my shop
re noticed everywhere for their accur
te strokes. A new stock of
Bicycles, Tires and Sundries.
a sale at all times. See us. Inspec
Apposite Hotel Central. Manning. S. C.
J which give you such exquisite
5 suffering, every month, are caused,
as you know, by female trouble. -
. Relief seldom or never comes
of -itself. It is necessary to cure
14 the cause, in order to stop the C
pains, and this can only be done
if you will take a specific, female
remedy, that acts directly on the
"Cardui did wonders for me,"
wriies Mrs. P_. C. Larson, of Olds,
. a. "I had female trouble for 8
years. I had dsplacemtent, which
increaed my suffering, the doc
for could oo:y relieve me at timesi
New, I em so much better, I hardly -
= know when my time begins or
fen it erds."
At All Druggists
'WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE,
.:tin;. age and describing symp- e
oms, to .-adies Adrisory Dept.,
The Chattanooga Medicine Co..
r , Tenn. E 33
s Bay e ooks h aetfc
HAMES- DRU STO -
>n. For the Holidays many new and
tractive bindings will be in evidence;
r instance, Hand-painted Leather,
ill Limp, Armadillo, Ornate, Leather,
ill Limp, Thibet Calf, New Ooze Calf,
ith Bronze M~edellion Center, Vellum
ascks with Fantaise Maine Silk Teko
HUMERUN S R .
On Decmr 9th, 1908,ay any new andloc
tr.ti: bidg will e pbin eucience to
e inhstce Hatrd-pit Latero,
C.L, At19maillof krant, Le ather,
thBorage M deher Crentr. lu
Fori fiscae beginin Sil Tk
ds, adEt dnrh3st 98
hoSofunMEtO--, S C.51
:Onkkeeber9h 1908,do Co. Dis'y 'cloc
no, JudeofPaeI will sellatpbiauio to J
se highest biddera for depot at hec
siden other hargJaes S tae
Oficida, S taytoNember
Forth fisclloarbeining roAprilperty:
Hor, n eo nd March 1s 190$.an
ake;poft asOhow buelow and wo-s
irsdaso f-ollose ao;1anMl
Low oFarManing nsils, an 18tc
okeprCAen . DsAME,'d
Pxville, S.tob er ofth, 19.Wid
rinaugeo Proptatentill sel oto
sinchaftelateg JAIN, S. C.me
N0,thollowing Spersal perty:
Hos,1Coarnd Calf;y 1foe n
Whra, 1-oreition; 1 Can Milli
>eial Kelestiot Blackmith whTols
Lcoo iqormgs s and 1ae Wthab
>id h aid outy
Adhmarlnaoth ni stat or.
awinteS firstoday 16nh 1908.er
Civl inering and evraeyingl be
rdinsae Promt sateo dtoerminod,
adlalso to detemine, ifthe G Dspensar
rticedwhteo-ir of S cilEetheli
e paid enodth County. aue 7ob
pplie boree frstyda hofur.s May,
:> oadsi liqor bridev esalb
Iuthe ordered That at scia elecon
ioni behel lcion Commissoner Coy
uth Caoinysal nteachiotiusdg foe
winc therst proida two balovebe,
08a which the qltusto wethert Any
fi liquors and beverages sall bent
hdals cat adbeterie i the boxsprovided
hreforedn whethe o-haibrinte the
eorse Fees ad; diseary oter shal
hle pitd the wotreasure "Agains
ppisedsr ft to the County School nso
anhl Cnty sa ballt inahe otn pre
iet therenr pon twhic hall be
ersonh whods, "ulFor of ud;
oteer woy eifvr oppse theo bualm
fvoriquors aplieageion soraids ony
>isdg shall cast a ballot, upon which'
;hall be printed the words, "oriRoads
CLOTHES SHOES a
MERCHANDISE INTEREST YOU?
If it does, visit the store of J. H. RIGBY. You will a
be interested in the Merchandise we are showing and a
pleased with the prices. if it is Dress Goods, Dress Ac- 3
cessories, Fancy Collars, Notions, Belts. Beltings, Etc., a
that you are looking for, we have them in all the newest .
kinds, at the lowest prices.
Imperial Serges, very fine finish, 44 and 46 inches
wide; splendid value, at $1.25, our lower price, $1. yard.
Corded Panama, forign weave, 42 inches wide, at the
low price of $1. the yard.
Taffeta Cloth, fine imported cloth, at the low price of
$1. the yard.
Chevron Stripe, the new Stripe Suitings, very fine
imported cloths, weil worth $1.25 the yard, our extremely
low price, $1.
Silkine Mohair 42 and 44 inches wide. very pretty
cloth, in silk and wool combination, at the low price of
$1. the yard.
Wool Voiles at 50c. and $1 the yard.
Brilliantines, Mohairs, Chevron Suitings, Batestes,
Repellants, Etc., 36 to 40 and 50 inches wide, at 50c. and .
75c. the yard.
If its anything in Cotton Suitings, Percales, Ging
hams, White Goods, Bleached Cottons, Domestics, Etc.,
you want, we have :t and can save you money on every
purchase made of us.
If its a Suit of Clothes, a Pair of Shoes, Underwear, 3
Hosiery, Gents' Furnishings, Etc., that you are looking
for, we can satisfy you both as to quality and price.
If its Blankets, Comforts, Bed Spreads, Etc., you are
looking for we suit you.
It its Rugs we have them, the prettiest ever shown
in Manning, all sizes and kinds, prices lower than . you
generally find on Rugs and Squares of the quality we
THE YOUNG RELIABLE,
J. H. Rigby.
CLOTHES SHOES a
There never has been in this market a cleaner
lot of Horses and Mules than can now be found at our
stables. Every Horse or Mule we sell goes with our,
-Farm Mules, Draft Mules, Carriage Horses,
Buggy Horses, Saddle and Driving Horses. Also
Dr. White's famous Horse Remedies.
It 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.
TURNER SHOE CO,'S
FCF9 30 DAYS.
Now this is an opportunity you cannot well afford
to miss. Think of it, our Stock comprises everything new.
New Shoes at 10 per cent. Reduction. Big saving to you.
W. M.TURNR SHE CO
lL LOW US!
This season to take care of your wants.
Our assortments of Merchandise are in
splendid shape. Our Staple and Nov
elty Lines meet every known require
8 Dry Goods and Silks,
White Goods, Prints and Ginghams,
Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves, Dress
and working Shirts, Fancy Notions
and Small Wears, Trunks and Bags,
Comforts and Blankets, Rugs, Umbrel
- las, Suspenders, splendid values in
Sweaters, Overalls and Work Gloves.
I-Our shoe Department
is complete. The quality of materials
and the excellence of workmanship in
our Shoes has advertised them more
than all other advertising combined.
We are showing the largest and
most complete Line of Ladies', Misses'
and Children's Hats ever shown in
Manning. The most advanced styles,
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