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ANNINGS. C., 30V. 1., 190.
Publshes AU County and Town Of
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change of ad. s- be in
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ST. FETER'S, NO. 54
A. F.fL. C
Every Item Here Rep- '
resents Ouality and Econ- c
1 lb.. package Seeded Raisins, per
I lb., package perfectly Cleaned Cur- e
rents, per pkg................. ..15c h
1 lb., package Pulled Figs, per pek., 25c
Finest Drained Citron, per pound ..20c
Layer Raisins per pound........ 15c d
Dried Figs per pound. .............20c w
All new goods and represents the al
Weinberg's 6rocery. t
"Where quality reigns." a
The municipal tax is. in our opinion
enough to give us good service.
Coming! Tuesday night November C
2rd, "The Days," atschool auditorium.
Don't fail to see "The Days" at school bl
auditorium Tuesday night, November v
Second Lyceum attraction Tuesday st
night, Nor. 2 Manning Graded School tj
Auditorium, "The Days," artists in
Mrs. L B. Wilson of Columbia, and w
Mrs. Hattie C. Ingram of Sumter form- a
or Manningites are here to attend the st
Wilson-Belser wedding this evening. n,
Everyone should attend the farmers
meeting in Manning on the 24th, this
wil be of great interest to all the peoa
ple. There should be a great crowd. h
Mr. T. J. Stukes of Jordan, brought t
us this morning a Georgia Buck weigh- c
Ing 4t pounds, which he says was grown s
without a drop of rain falling on the
Wanted, yom to see "The Days" at
school auditorium Tuesday night, Nov. b
23. Reserved seat on saleat the F. N.
Wilson Insurance Agency. 1
Several from here will attend the ii
Shriners meeting in Greenville Thanks- ti
gving Day. It is said that Mr. Lucius el
-avi is tobe ofered as alamb for the ii
The friends of Mr. G. D. Smith will t
.egrt to learn that he recently had a t
falfrom his piazza and dislocated his of
shoulder which is nsing him much .
Capt. D. 3. Bradham has been ap-I
pointed by Governor Ansel, a delegate
to the Southern Commercial Congress
which meets in Washngton December
Another effort is being made to have
concrete sidewalks on Brooks street.
This time an appeal is being maide to
civic pride, but how effective it will be g
remains to be seen.
Remember the MANNIG TIMF lot ii
jato be given away Debember 8th. Get r:
your friends to subscribe to THE TDMES I
now. It is one of the best county news- e0
papers in the State. al
There wilh be a hot supper given at Ti
the W. 0. W. hail of Workman-on y
Thanksgiving evening, Nov. 23, for the si
benelit of the Workman school. The al
public is cordially invited. F
Mr.S. C. Williams. knowing our fond
nes for sweet potatioes gave us this t,
morning twelve round leaf yams that
measured a piling half bushel, and still
we yearn for more worlds to conquer. 5
Do not fail to attend the farmers ~
meeting next Wednesday. Congress
man Lever will be one of the speakers, ;
and he alone is a treat to hear. So come i
and urge all of your friends to come with|
Died in Sumter on the 8th Mr. John f
A. Brown aged 84 years. The burial '
took place at Andrews Chapel in this t
county. The deceased was originally a 'a
Clarendon man. He was a confederate '
The Wilson-Belser marriage. takes
place this evening at sia o'clock in the
Presbyterian church. There are many c
here to attend this great event. After a a
luncheon the coupic will leave for a i.
The way some of our townsmen are
squirming over the town taxes is amus-a
ing. While all of us are in the same
boat and do not enjoy a 10 mill town
tax, yet we take. consolation that coun
cil has reached the limit. 4
Davis & Broadway Bros., at Silver,
have put on a reduced price sale of their
entire stock of goods at Silver. Those
living in that vicinity have now an op-i
portunity for rare bargains. Read their I
advertisement In this issue.
Toiere is much stir and commotion on
"Joy Hill" today. A number of guests
arrived on the trains last night anid
more this morning. The groom and his!
party are quartered at The Central, but
the party will hare to shift for them-I
selves after six o'clock.
The chairs for the auditorium of the
school house are now being placed, and
it will not be long before everything
will be in readiness for the laying of
the corner stone and the dedication,
which we understand will be done with
The dwelling house of Mr. John W.
Huggins in the Fork section, was de
strovec by fire last Wednesday. Mr.
Huggins saved but very lit?.le, and be
sides his furniture he lost about $150 in!
currency which he happened to hare in
the house at the time. Hie carried no in
The W. E. Jen'kinson Co., are out in
this issue with a special sale preparatory
to the diss.olution of the corporation and
they are offering their stock of general
merchandise at a greatly reduced price.
Their advertisement speaks for itself,
and the public know what this concern
means when they put on a special sale.
Read their advertisement and then
bring your money to them for the bar
It is to be hoped that if coure"l a:a:a
rants a license to a Carnivai egmpan%
they wil! not permnit them to ptten the
tents on the principal bu.ine- .r 1
rhe ranner of locating hn
last week was a nuiance to the mlier
:hants who not only pay a heavy t"x
lo business. but a license besides. an'
in our opinion they are entitled to Somne
Mr. S. F. Parror of ('otnmbia. repre
;enting the Farnr, l'nion Sun. was im
\lanning today in the intere.,t of hi-,
map-,r. Parrot thought today was the
lay for the farmers meeting. ne was
me week too soo . but he wdl reorn
br the meeting on the 24th and he hopes
- interest the farmers in hi, paper
hich is doing good work for the f.rn
ng interest. He will. howe.er..be with
he County I nion today.
On !a,t Friday Mr. S. XV. Thigpen.
mne of our kind friends. learned that. we
lid not attend the luncheon at Colum
dia, brought us a round leaf Ya-m
'otato which weighed 6i puds. He
old us that he planted the vine that
his fine potato grew on. the middle of
ulv. It certainly is a ine specimen.
nd if Ben Tillinan will hono'r us with
is presence to a luncheon, we wi' give
im a piece of our "tater" and shant
harge nuthen nuther.
A large crowd of friends went io the
tation to see Mr. F',:wden and his bride
ifT, and what they did for them whie
-aiting for the train which was late
as a plenty. When the train arrived
bev gave the p:tssengers a rice shower
atl. Among the passengers was Gov
roor Ansel. but that crowd of frolick
rs did not care if he v.as the governor.
e had to take the rice like other folks.
nd be good, so be received what they
ave him, mostly down his back, with
is usual smile.
The attention of the school trustees is
lled to the acoustics of the school au
itorium, and we suggest that they op
D up correspondence with the architect
ith a view to .nrrect the miserable
rhos in the auditorium. On last Friday
ight at the Joshua Simpkins show the
dience might as well have bcen any
here else !or the good the show did
3em. Scarcely a word could be under
.ood from the stage: and unless some
ing is done to remedy this defect the
agnificent auditorium may as well be
Manningseems to be an east mark for
rglars, within the past months three
urglaries have been committed on
ores, notwithstanding there is always
policeman and a private watchman on
uard every night. On last Saturday
ight the store of the W. E. Jenkinson
o., was entered. and the cash register
Lmpered with, nothing seems to te
tissing but a pistol. As in the other
rglaries, the robber does not seem to
ant goods, he is after the cash and in
ch case he attempted to rob the cash
.gister. The entry into the Jenkinson
re was made through a .indow in
ie millinery department.
The carnival is gone. and no tears
ied. This was a decent set so far as
e were able to see and hear, but it was
carnival all the same, and carnivals
,uck in the main thorough-fares are a
isance-the best of them. We do not
elleve council has any right to rent out
ke public high-ways, these belong to
ie oublic in and out of the town, and if
2other carnival is licensed to come
ere they should be required to stay off
ie public highways. It is a foregone
>clusion thaL council would not con
der for a moment the renting out of
te streets in the business part of town
local people, then why to strangcerz?
Every fellow that paid his town tax
rags on the make up of council as
oughx the council deserves all the cred
for the double taxation. The council
entitled to credit for some things, for
stance, it deserves much credit for
e manner in which it keeps the streets
en, and too, it dese-ves credit for giv
g the people an opportunity to hcitr
e barker of the snake show, and have
eir palms read by the fortune teller.
ecy also are to be praised for being able
squeeze money out of the tight wads
the town. Council is the only source
hereby some our property helders
imo their hoardings and part with the
tre with vain regrets. For these and
her blessings let us all be thankful to
ae gentlemen who sit on the lid of the
A Happy anage.
In the Methodist church yesterday af
~rnoon, in the presence of a large con
regation of friends, Rev. F. H. Shuler,
astor, united in marriage. M r. Wallace
teinmeyer Piowden and Mis Joseph
ec Hall The church was tastily deco
ted and both bride and groom as they
ended their way to the chancel seem
i to realize the happiest moment had
bout arrived when the twain would be
me and travel life's 'ourney together.
he march was playe by Mr. J. Clifton
iells of Sumnmerton. Miss Lottie Hall,
ster of the bride, was maid of honor.
nd Mr. C. W. Wells, best man. Messrs.
Ved Lesesne, Leard Huggins and Sam
The couple left or the eveniog train
>r Charleston and thence to other points
finterest. The bride was mnurried in a
olden brown coat suit, hat and shoes
> aatch, and the maid of honor a gar
The church decorations were chry
ntothemums and ferns beautifully
anked within the chancel. The
appy couple are the recipients of
any beautiful and useful presents, the
riends were generous and thoughtful
yr the pair and made their presents
rith a view of practical benetit,rather
an show. Among the many presents
ras one from the Manning fire company
hich the groom especially prizes comn
og as it doe's from his associates of the
ompany of which he is a valued memn
This couple carry with them the sin
ere affection of the people of this comn
iunity. The bride is a general favor
e. Who is-there in Manning who does
ot know and lore "Little Joe HallY'
he is one of the town's favorites and
erits this feeling because of her loy
ble traits of chiaracter, and her mnag
ificent womanliness. The groom is also
opular as a young man of high char
cter, thrift and manliness. May heav
n's richest blessings attend them.
A Linen Bridal Shower.
The friends of Miss Joe Hall assem
led at the home of Mr. J. HI. Hawkins
ast Friday afternoon, and gave her a
ridal linen shower, which issaid to have
>en one of the nicest social functions
ver given in Manning, and which was in
-cogntion of the love and affection that
s sincerely felt for Miss Hall, one of the
iweetest young women ever brought up
n Manning. The Hawkins home was
yeautifully decorated for the occasion
and everthing was done by the hostess
and her assistants to make the occasion
i ever memorable one in the iife 01
he young lady they were honoring and
ho in a few days would be the bride of
1r. Wallace S. Plowden, one of the
:owns young business men.
The linen shower was a grand success
tot only from its social feature. but the
ifts were beautiful and useful, as one
lady express.ed it this happy couple will
tot have to buy any lien for a numnber
>f years, that it.. for table and house or
namentation. Miss Hall is without
doubt one of Manning's most popular
oung ladies, and deservingly so.
Music was furnished by Misses Zella
carborough and Rtia Lee Bowman, and
a delightful fruit punch was served bn
Misses Margie Scarborough and Juli:
Sprott. Cream and cake 'ere tserved.
by ose Ervin. Fannie Satuls, Isabe!lz
Bradhamn, 1:-ma Weinberg. Helen Bo
ger and Martha Jenkinso::.
The guests were: Meslamnes S. M
Sprott, A. H. Ureedie, J. A. Cole. A
. Heriot, C. L. McE~veen. D). C. Wells
so n. A 1111 j:).v = S . NI. I~ lO a
L. \Well'-. Shetlby Pbris..J. M. Galloway
\. C'. . i . ) ! Sprott. W. Ml
Plowden. Fannie sautis. A. .1. White
Fd!uar Dicks-'n. .. L l Pau! Ar
rin-ton. F . iio T :t'., .. G. Snisit h an
.\li--e .loephn.- al:l. Su.sie Hiarvin
Nla% Soencer, Martha Mavi%. .latti
Venning. Julia Sprott. Margia Sca:rbor
ough, ('ele'te llughson2. I/bus'e lnon
nean. Li ie Williani. \larian We!!
Dais,.- Crowdir, '.Leanor Todd. 'aulnu
\V i-o. Edna Brock-inton. Iia Lee Bow
man. Gladv. Thame'. Ii elen Thatn:
Zella Scarborough and Fannie )aviS.
,t.. te . Th-v 4.-r on- h uz
I: .!. : s r ae c;*t, &' fA*i' t. - eur--. .S-401
,or circu::ir% :t,! : -n -- :i:'.
aPe-. f. .J. CIE -H -'. Y .N 4% T i-d
Edi tor The .1n:n. Ti:::e:
Just how far a correspondent may
carry his praise, of faith in the con
iunitv of which he happens to be a res
ident before it is considered hobby. we
do not try to ascertain. believing that
facts are always acceptable. Indeed to
lead from one', "tronge.t uit" has
been considered a ttood rule, and it
takes not an inveterate gambler nor yet
an occasional card-player to see the
principle of this phrase applied in many
spberes of life. As the harvesting sea
son draws to a close and our farmer., are
partially making plare for another crop.
it is interestinr and gratifying to note
the evident prosperity they are enjoy
ing. Excepting those few who sustain
ed serious loss from the rece:it ,%torm,
there are bu. few farmers, large or
small. who will not actually admit that
they have done "pretty we!"' this year:
Even if we were not nossessed of the
facts in the cas, . we would na:urally
conclude from the continual visits of
Life Insuiance A.gents, advocators of
various farm improvements, and time
and labor-saving machines.-that they
are doing a good business in our com
munity. Only vesterday a casual observ
er was heard to mention some Z00 dol
lars worth of improvements made on a
single farm this season: and this is only
an instance. there are numerou:, similar
The stage of transition from the close
of the toilsome harvest season to prep
arations for another crop is luckily ac
companied by one of the welcome sport
ing periods: and many are there ready
and eager to grasp this means of recre
ation. Ln fact, this community is well
supplied with good ,hots as well as
plenteous game: and this particular
season is always thoroughly enjoyed.
It, seems quite probable that before
many more weeks shall have elapsed
another brick building will be erected
in town. Mr. V. E. ulmer is having
brick hauled upon his lot between the
buildings of the Farmers Bank & Trust
Co.. and Dr. D. 0. Rhame. Mr. limer.
it is said, will enazage in a fruit and
fancy grocery business.
Among the events of social interest
during the past week was the *Initia
tion Meeting' of the recent organized
Book Club. Mrs. Ellison Capers enter
tained the club from 4 to G on Frlday
afternoon. A guessing conti st. leterary
in nature. was the feature of entertain
ment, and .\rs. J. .A. James was award
ed the prize as the most successful con
testant'. A fter the contest, M isses Katth
arine Capers and Elmore McKnight in
dainty waitresses'4stumes served a
delightful salad course
M\r. J. Fred Lanham with his bride,
who was MIiss M1innie Scarborough, ar
rived here last Tuesday evening. Their
marriage took place at MicCoil, S. C..
on the night of the '-th, being known
by but few of their friends here until
the day of their arrival. Both Mr. Lan
ham and Miss Scarborough spend a part
of each year here, and were well known
in tbe social circles of Summerton.
MIiss Lida Scarborou::h spent Satur
day in \1anning.
Dr. D. 0. Ramc spent Tuesday in Co
Hon. 0. C. Scarborough spent Maon
day in Sumter.
Mr. and 31rs. W. C. Johnson were
callea to Sumter on Friday by the death
of Mirs. JIohnson's mother, M rs. Prningle.
M\r. Ri. B. Belser of Sumter. was in
town on Friday.
Mir. WV. G. Belser of Colutmbiat was a
visitor in town last week. A. S.
Sum merton, S. C., November, 15, 1909.
The famous Miles Shoes. best made.
at B. A. Jlohnson's.
A fresh car of tine horses and mules
just arrived at Coffey a Rigby's.
Just received. 100 odd coats, at a bar
gain. B. A. Johnson.
Don't fail to get prices on our horses
and mules before buying elsewhere.
Coffey a' Rigby.
Come and see me before you buy, we
will save you money. R.A. JTohnson.
For Sale-Five-room house and lot on
principal street in town of Mlanning.
A bargain R. L Bell. Manning. S. C.
Just received. 100 odd coats. at a bar
gain. B. A Johnson.
Remnember we guarantee everything.
we sell to be just as represented. or
money refunded. Coffey c Rtigby.
New arrivals of Seeded lRaisin'. Lay'
er Raisins. Currants. Figs and Citron at
Lig line of Men's and Doys' P'ants,
cheap for cash. at B. .\. Johnson's.
We have the most comiplet e iine of
horses, mules. buggies, wagons and har
ness to be found in this part of the state.
Coffey .a ligby.
IJust received. 100)'dd coatts. at a bar
gain. U. .X. Johnson.
For Sale-H1ouse and lot, in Manning.
known as the lteeves lace. on lRailroad
avenue. Termns ea'sy. .Xpply to J1. T.
Stukes. Manning. S. C. f
('ome early and select while wehv
just what you want mi horse'.. muaales
buggies, wagous and harness. Co:Tey .
ILost, strayed or stolen -One black
spoted ow'has li:.tle pigs with her.
Tn idrwill confer a favor by conr
miunicating with the undersigned.
James Itansomn Thames. Manning. S. C.
For Ren-.\ good 2-horse farm: comi
fortable 4-room dwelling and outbuild
ins or miles east of .Nanning. A n
ply to J. T. Stukes. Mlanning. S. 1.. ft
I will sell at public auction on Satur
dav next at II o'b'k in front of thea
court house. one lot in the town of Man
ning kcnowni as one of the JIoe liradharr
lots. t:-easur'ing ''0 feet front i.y~ i'5 feec
deep. I t 1-'. Thompson.
Dr. %A. F. Highsmnith. Eve-sight Spec
jalist. will spend a week in Summnerton,
S. C.. at Dr. WV. I1. Mood's oinice, from
Nove'mber 16th uutil 21st. inclusive.
ve examining and gl:.ss :itting
Fole's Ionev andi Tar cures roughlt
uekly. s'rengthens the lung., and ex
:p- colds. Get the genuine in a yello~
nanae W. F. irown & Co.
Iw. I. JENKINSON Co.
$30,000 Worth of Goods put on the
Market at Sacrifice Prices, and
Must be Sold in the Next
On account of the withdrawal of the interest of some of those con
nected with the W. E. Jenkinson Co. the entire stock will go on the market
at sacrifice prices. Here is a chance of a life-time to secure choice Mer
chandise at greatly reduced prices. In the face of a continually rising
market. goods bought last summer before the immense advance. will go on
the market at sacrifice prices in order that they may be turned into cash.
CASH, CASH, ETERNAL -,A5H,
will be the passport in each department
Ten Thousand ($10,000) Dollars worth of Knee Suits at prices never before known to the
Staple Dry Goods. Dress Goods. Silks and peopleof this section. In this lot of Men's
Trimtnings will be turned loose to all cash Winter Clothing will be shown about 300 Pairs
buyers. and remember that our offer holds good of Mens Pants at prices that will open the eyes
in this Sale. A Pattern given free with each of the trading public. Just tbink of it, Men's
Worsted or Silk Dress bought-but all pre Ail-wool Cashmere and Worsted Pants, $3.50
miums heretofore given will be witbdrawn, and values, will go at $2.48. A chance of your life
lower prices will be our inducement. time. Call and see this Sale.
ToThree Thousand ($3,000) Dollars worth of
hree Thouis'and Children' dholas wortha of Ladie's Goods-Coat Suits, Skirts, Winter Un
en' Ladies' and Children's Shoes will go on derwear. both wool and cotton-Millinery
the market at astonishing low prices. Ladies'.
Misses' and Children's Low-cut Shoes, Oxfords,
Etc.. will be sold for less than cost. It will pre on tis ot wll be ffre aut $800
pay you to buy your Low-cut Shoes now, as
they can now be bought for less than half what
they will cost you next spring. We will also
Whit cent. re&1.,-tion. Ladies, if you want Ribbons
put on the market about 2.000 yards of White and Hats, here is the place to get tem. A
Madras and Check Dimity (summer goods), one
yard wide, that will cost you 15c. the yard sum
iner, will go on the market at , 1-3c. the yard.
hora% o ess uha ofr ht Feather. every inch of Ribbon in this Depart
Ladies, how can you resist such an offer? Whitethe
G >ods for one hundred per cent. less than they
will cost you next spring. Call and see these
Goods for yourself. Goods, will be offered a Lne of Wool and Cot
ton Underwear that will do you good to
One case of soft finish. yard-wide Bleach see. Just think of it, a Ladies' Suit of
Homespun at 7 1-2c., that you can't get for less
than 10c anywhere. Call and see, and be con- Pants to match. going at 47c. the suit. A
vinced. We will also put on the market one Ladies' Wool Undervest will go at 93c. each, or
case Apron Check Ginghams. Blue, Brown and s~steSivs n at omth h
Green Check, at Sc. the yard, that will cost you reanrofurSckfLdisTil-me
61 1-4e. any where else.CotSiswlgoacs.
Fivec Thousand (5.600) Dollars worth of LSE!UE
Gent's and Chuldren's Clothing, Gent's Pants,
Hats. Caps, Woolen and Cotton Underwear. Alto 15 o$.5Lde'Si~swl
In in lo o Clthng il beshwn 0BoWsionte C& long ail they snot. 30Par
wil becloed uttscriic pries ed-roo Stpcs. ha irs, oneees
Sidbords Dnin Tbls. enerabes Cae trdn Mabin. u gsn and ArtMn'
Squars. Seeral ollsofvalueCsretwwll o at 7l24. thne ard our beu
tiful ine o Art quare, Rug and i e lt a wll anbse lose outThye.s
go.Thi Sae illope onnetSturay.Noeersn 20th000) Dol3ar worthlok
andcah.cas.tena cahwil aydie's Good-CotmSits kite Wdnte and
worthoof ibbtnsat alhekiooda slhuhtertSal
nigt. heproee wll o t ~ THEMAofN ILn never befor been oreentl oughnt
theLeion Al o te ytpol frmhe ouh tani Oil Coandg. h Ribennng of 50upr
arei~it~ t iOan hae oodtie. arer ndr te reent orhip Laes exen your tanktbonsl
l~t~ ut s omebeter~- ofou fren slahteuprand prone. steps odi
I Mr. an Mrs. l~argan Johes oSu- Whaetidnte patet dEseveyourt supryueand
Feather.reveryinchoof Ribbonin thissDepart
MissAnne lgna lvesMondy ~abslutly airahst w.Ithi lot of rcutoes, and Misses'
accpta ps ionasgovrnssat lom- ora cntnu n of ndrweaprtr th olldown yougodtoa
Mrs. s1e. Just thinksofoitoatLadies'rSaionof
Dr.Moos Itl mar. were~heundr- IRS JOrseyisbbedca cony-ar ndet a nd o
lattr-prtis hash i dongailystok s oneaotsd o South. aoinat 7.te ut
Dr.T.W. uner asjut etrne SCON: eLay aWooly dret wihl Tow and C.econt
ru' a..h:- v~ t hs hmeinNewTrasrer oer$1.85 te which esta pants towmarch. pay
ofI.ans.~-~in te xpne mainer lo governmt.fLde'alrmd
l*:ueu I,. itto THIRD: ItCosts Suis abl out c~ost. ea omnuatr
Thee wll e a ene iniiCtat he he eedwe urcAseotn of th.50 amt $20,0 Lais spents ihl
Inevtnisg iot fe4 ClThg will e shwer Bo's g at 98c.g I othe wods wheyo llst. tnofse
LASTi BUT NO-.aLEASTn
Goods lflC . ficil be os red u antycrgiet-4o thie Bedoutiomsits. hanatresh. Lounes,
S~.ridebo'ads tr.cning Tanes CetrTbe.Cre.Mtig.RgIn r
fruaril e Sveal ols or f 50c. Caseewll a ogfs o t ote7 felo,2c. e the ard.eA pric
tiful Lin of Ar Squareso Rtgs aney pid Coth tol mauace thoem .Thyms
goxv~. ThsSW ilpno e Saud mnnay number of0thr rasos u we3 o'clc
an-ah cah eterna above wis pssiin o cine Remmb that it day pand
di ningmstrtrs: l.hm nutis
Thenl L. T.0L.. of Prbatown, will v
a o lart at hetbier Wordman hat
thet Le.ion.e tAlf the yo?- m people
arleeeinv ~iite g n ave good ai.Man g Oi M l,
Mis'nn Uat-.1one-os wago sic C.allOT.Peietan r ue
last' w ebt ~vis som e -ette bnow.__________________________________________
.\Lr.u two .\ors- agaJons ofoSum
ter were visitorsint aond fhisnwek
accep-lt ost-iold overds itchenom
v''.! e. s -'n edg-s.ec
Mrs . . isnow IEconRINGedOUR
Dr. Mod's nfir ary wer n n er-r
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GIVEN AWAY RREE!
To show appreciation to our customers for their liberal
trade, we oifer t::em a discount on the purchases.
READ THE CARD BELOW.
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CUT THIS CARD OUT
and present it at our store when trading, it is worth
One Dollar To You
3 In addition to the above, we offer slso the
THE BEST ROCKING CHAIR FREE
SYou may select in our Furniture De~partment, to the or
Swho wxill return to us, three days before Christmas, th
Smost Cards checked. For further information call at
DryGoods 0 .'
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