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Cbe AJauuiug iMPINC
MA NNING. S. C., DEC 21. 1910
Publishes All County and Town
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member that copy for
change of ad. MrST be
this oftce by Saturday Noon in order
insure - ,blication the following wev
ST. FETEWtS, NO. 5
A. F. Mt
GN-ext *Xeeting. 'Wednestas
December 14th. Master 3a=
-Decree. Annual Supper. EI,
tion ot OMcer.
F. .. Wrr. W. M. FE LnESE.
RTh CHAPTER, NO. 40.
ROYAL ARCH MASONCS
Regular Meeting. Second Xc
day in Each Month
W. C. DArza. H. D. CrA.a
High Prie.L Secretary
vein.& FIM. Tuced
In eah Month.
(Miss) FauscS DavIs. W.
:(Mis) Xa3A DaVis, S
55c. per Qt
- nrea Mnni
ne - balf ea e
garh. a4 dek anda aSo po
9Ecnfanic~s. Theprb th
eTR-e a ls and bridle. at
GeeaC ..B, and Il
spec1or GenratSonsk 'na, di
in Cobunbia last Sunday ndght. He a
bturied In Greenyie.
The boys and girls are blowing
ome from the various colleges to e
mna fruit cake. which they hal
massd while off a& chan
If there is an idea abroad that i
editor of THE To| wRil not accept
sarng of nice fas ptridges, perish t
thought and bring the birds.
The Standard oil representative
this townz will furnish gasolene eve:
Saturday, a great convenience, aI
-another-sign of forging ahead.
A meeting of Clarendoc Good Roan
ad Drainage League is called for Si
urday Dec. 31st.. at the court hows
Im..ing. You are regnested toa
send. Chas. B. Geiger, uresident.
Hon. B. B. Belser of Samter. one<
sbatceisyqs m-st prominens real esta;
dealers, and recently elected to ti
Hoane of Kepresentatives from thb
county was in Manning yesterday.
Oh!yes, itis fxed now andshe wi
soon be wearing a shiner of her e
gagemenat digit. .Just watch for ti
beautiful sparkler and the blush on h
cheeks when asked "whbere did y<
The Manning Hardware Company
a delight to the housekeepers, at
everybody wanting to get those thing
so needed in a kitchen and hone shen
not miss going there now.
The Zeigler drug store is a peal
this season. This hustling druggisth:
made his place of business attractis
~with the mnagnl5oent flnes of nice thin;
baa is offering to she trading public.
Wanted in Ciarendon county with
the next twelve months 500 substanti
white families to open up and develd
the lands. This can be done if tl
.owners.of real estate will help to do t
The Dr. W. E. Brown Co. drug sto
lhas a beautiful stock of Christmas goo
-suiable for preseLs, and Dr. Hatwki
will any time stop rolling pills to gi
-buyers a song ana dance about :.he ar
Have you bee.n to Dr. J. E. Arant'.
5* look at his Christmas outtit. If u
then you have missed one of the b<
&-;asortments in town. Go there and b
that present you have been wonderi
. what to'get.
The 1iradbam Company i:>re th<
davs reminds one of the ticket otfice
a 'big circus, the crowds buying fr<
this concern are there every day. a
of course there is a reason why so ma
a go there to trade.
in The Rigby Dry Goods store is anotb
to one of the poPular resorts for Christo
-k shopping. The force at this store
busy all of the time supplying the war
of theircustomers with the best of ever
thing in the dry goods line.
All members of Clarendon Lodae, N
173, K. nf P.. are urged to be present
on the meeting, Tuesday night. Dec. "
The election of ofticers for the ensui
year will be proceeded with, and t]
* Esquire Rank will be conferred.
The Plowden Hardware Company h:
gotten a move on itself to get a line <
Christmas buyers. Frcm a Majest
range to a rolling pin intended to mal
n- a man measure the size of his nog th4
keep, and what is more they bave ever
thing wanted in a home.
Those having packages to mail w:
aid the post-office if they will depos
their packages as early in the day :
* possible. During the rush season no
' at hand the post-office force will hai
my its hands full, and to insure prompt di
patch mail your packages early pleas
Mr. John J. Mims, a car inspector
the A. U. L. yards in Sumter, was ho
ribly mangled last Monday morning I
being run over by a shifting enigin
He died later in the day. The unto
9tunate man was about 35 years of as
and leavesa wife and five small childrei
CoL. R. D. Lee, of Sumter. execu<
of the estate of Mrs. EiAa Tourney, gai
- to the city of Sumter to be distribute
the intereston 3000 which Mrs. Toume
leftin her wil to the poor. Theamout
of the check this year is 240. Woul
there were some Mrs. Toumey's in th
community to cheer the poor.
County Supervisor McFaddin is doln
some good work on the road known %
the "Engstree road." This is an in
portan thoroughfare,and agreat feed4
to the town. When completed it wi
be agres blessing toa people who has
loangneeded a better road to bring thel
farm products to the county seat.
Theres no truth In the repor thi
Shadef Gamble atempted to blow ot
hegas in his room az the Broadwa
Central -be other night in New Yori
nor didhbe ask a nacaman how the
managed tokeep the cows off the el
vatecha&road tacks. Is just ain't so
& s veritable bee biv
thes aa and the way he is seuin
tibrnarawouI crete the impresido
e thasteb wbole counsy is brushing V
theoantabe on-of it Is that be
sshe xgoods withig rose
lam of the stores i
eZsha46ckm.the fancy of th
des Miss 1 ='his:_ milliner
e yei over~ande'
a1so a bOrke wihroghola
et- ~ this; forie the a
tice odeo ia te
doigsmthingerh,i huc an
Vri ;ablend riler Mcd
Insosh aritove o ls Fdarnig
wish]insbey Bur ermuce YoI
Burgse s chrge wish. mrder <n
- ay h se a th o mltue
gestng te etifie but ha
og sot have teuiiai
*t hnored b hgoeno ow Yort
g, ThewaeIa of New orkt trated tor
m shefwthevery courwen, ax
prisonger sn in ai hecrchawan
his tria.lasl.idy ig
Cpt. Tshomas Wielonde R.oC
and Mchrc wT. Radr
Sankm ith- nse Sarkan ato ai
gMning,.ajndhl ere cofeed ut
aog na aof ,ino aoe orgaiii
a hired byn fh oror' o paew itrI l
isb ccnaem otNeorn tehed Not
wi she withf evryourtmn, here wi
- .possibl noe Cinhaeld her itway 1
thee fciltisWhe oon Judge B.i
e hecn y fair Tcem sould i
e Stasen u Smatuday afternooe ho
das. Manigwhll hee abferreo wroid
a thita bunik for such pace i stti
a-an th frmers' ofthe brinte sho
d willin he jloin noa comhe moen w
a baea ndceent fir the ceaoa tye
a- hugilye ecess.Iet a deoratey
eCspirtn TrAoo if wuhasce canl gi
sht facolitiesd wthea cotn hols age
era Tho cofnthe farodctseofsheout
ays.ul beaslngreateade do apoi
a ingtae eope forhsucdern ides.ui
-No thte year ofsh coint hoal
withk a cfuty far the cntc aset
ae nee suceenor. Ilwa emonstate
wohr tan pul dor wit rate pMannie
an acclse wietr Ca rndsow eto
ofntita willul be sofl greateroa wet
as ineringin autheg towads eontyha
. gerthe peoan wiout fairn ieuas
,owh toatyear beis woing te arsto<
wth ae fuuefrt the ontyc Fair
'hnever y seiend lore: let all gi
andinfersad gee Canon Wote wo
of whaothein there wind be fdgreenbe
e inorngin ste towa cometr ti
th oy air bgi th mahe Clrer
do the guie with the ohCounte i
theisStae. Theas resto here fh
pepe efh interete.igencsowtote wndr]
diosiatteren, herlan thaindeieno
corneervttelearshipcom wih the
rt oanead thrghoraito and Clrth
thiSrtte. Ths ldietos rehere.air.
. The posthie intellivdcentodt
is new q arter tht iso needed iMEo
id office, those who have not already doc
so will bring up ttheir old keys and e:
Id change them for new ones. at tne saur
time pay their box rent for the ne
h quarter. .Manning now has a nice po
Ioffice as will be found anywhere outsid
of a government building, a good wid
ing department for the dispatch of tI
mails. Those who have looked upc
in the new postoffice speak of the ia
al provement in commendatory terms an
yseem proud of the institution. It wi
Stake several days to get in good wori
2e ing order because everything is new1
the force and necessarily the distribi
rtion of the mails will be a little slo
reuntil the force get accustomed to t
ds; boxes. We hope that the patrons<
oI the post office will assist the postma
s tr in keeping the lobby clean and o
ti- derly, and everything will be done1
to There is a movement or foot to vote
t. 1Sandy Grove town-hip itto Williams
st burg county. About two years a-o the
uv people of that sect.on contem plat ed ue0h
n a mo':e bu: were disuaded froma it. (on
account of the sche to form Rutletd.e
county, but since that proposition wats
Se lot the promoters of the new movement
to are gog to try to put. Sandy Grove in
Pm to Williams- burg o they may be near
ad to a court house. It, is but natural for
3y Clarendon to not want to lose any terri
tory and we hope the Sandy Grove peo
ple will stay with us, but if they think
er it to their benefit to go into another
is county it is up to them. If they do vote
s themselves into Williamaburg. it is our
opinion that they will not be released
Y' from the court, house tax of this county,
and should Willir.msburg build a mod
ern court house, as is likely to be tie
at case in a few years, then the Sandy
Grove taxpayers will have to share
doubly for court house purposes. Clar-;
endor is now one of the foremost coun
e ties in the State and we hone Sandy
Grove will remain a part of it. Should
s the Alcolu railroad put on a daily pas-,
n senger service, as we have no doubt it
ic will before long, then it, is the more im
te portant that Clarendon should remain
v intact. However, this is a matter for
y- Sandy Grove to consider before takinr
a step towards making a change.
11 Manning is now in about, the same
i!a quandary that Baltimore is. with regarv
s to the race question. In Baltimore the
w. rsce question has taken the form of an
e inhibition for negroes to own or occupy
s- property in a certain quarter of the city,
. and the matter will likely go to thie;
courts. as the inhibition was made by
it legal ordinance. In Manning the school
e- trustees have sold the school house for
P negrres and propose moving the old
e. graded school building to a lot recently
r purchased for colored school purposes.
:e The lot proposed for the site adjoins
2. what is known as "Weinberg town."
and the owner of that, property objects
" to having the school nouse so near aim.
* clait.ing that it will injure the value of
d the property, as it is about the only sec
Y tion of the town whe.-e negroes do not
a own property. He offers to give to the
trustees a lot at pome distance from the
sito selected, and if he and the trustees
cannot agree he will be forced to seek
relief from the courts. It is hoped that
a satisfactory arrangement can be ef
fected, as we should not want to have
here anything whicn would possibly stir
up any race clashes. Weinbere town
at present is a negro quarter, but the
time is coming when this property will
be in demand for the whites, and a
negro school house there would, we
have no doubt, tend to keep white peo
t pie from desiring to locate there, hence
y we think the trustees will consider the
:, future welfae as well as the present.
y and do what is right.
. Banks =n Scre Thili Now.
"I'll never be without Dr. King's New
Lie Pills again," writes A. Schingeck.
647 Elm St., Bufalo, N. Y. "They
cnred me of chronic constipation when
allothersfalled." Unequaled for bilious
A ness, janndice, indigestion, headache,
h chills, malaria and debility. 25c. at all
An InaUtion to the Public.
y The bond and mortgage will be burned
sin front of the pulpit on next Sunday
* exactly at one o'clock at the close of a
a praise service. The public is invited.
* 'The service will begin at 11-.3, and
r after the usual opening service the pas
tor will tell "The Wonderful Story" of
the erection of the church and the rais
Singof the mortgage, after which there
will be a few informal speeches by some
e. of themen of theehurch, and then while
Sthe choir and the Sunday School chil
dren sing the mortgage will be burned.
SWhile we would be glaa to have you
astead the entire service, if you must
eattend your own church then come at
' the closeto see the mortgage burning.
- A. R. WooDSON.
SFoley Kidnes Pills are tonic in action,
quick in results, and restore the natural
baction of the kidneys and bladder. They
correct irregularities. W. E. Brown &~
SOpen Appeal for Help.
B .jwish toask all those who have sub
* scribed cash, to aid the county authori
ties and farmers in improving the road
lading from Manning towards King
.stree will please bring or send it at
,once to me. Our supervisor now has
the chaingang on this road and is do
fing valuable work. I have driven over
.this road, and so far as he has finished,
a I consider no finer road in the county.
d So let us not be slow in contributing
a thebhelp we have promised.
. , W. P. LEGG,
r ' Charman R~oad Committee.
Saved From Awfnl Death.
How an appalling calamity in his
- family was prevented is told by A. D.
SMcDonald, of Fayetteville, N. C., R. F.
D.~ No.8. "My sister had consumption,"
hbe writes, "she was very thin and pale,
ghad no appetite and seemed to grow
0weaker every day, as all remedies failed,
till Dr. King's New Discovery was tried,
d and so completely cured her, that she
hsntbeen troubled with a cough
d since. It's the best medicine I ever sa w
or heard of." For coughs, colds, la-t
hgrippe, asthma, croup, hemorrhage and
Sall bronchial tronoles, It has no equal.
50c. 81.00. Trial bottle free. Guaran
* teed by all druggists.
nThe New Bank Movement.
d There has been a movement for some
0 time to establish another bank in this
t town, but nothing definite could be
d ascertained ntil last Saturd ay, when
y some capitahists from Sumter paid a
r visit to .\anning. and after confering
e with a number of business men togeth
e rwt rominent farmers, the matter
ytsuhshape that there i<~ s proba.
Sbility of the new bank being establish
i- ed. ~The organization of another bank
is not in the spirit of opposition to
those already here, but to afford the
e town and county with more banking
accommodations; the two banks here
.are accommodating and are doing a
splendid business, both ,enjoying the
confidence of the public, b'ut the towc
and county is developing r-apidly and
the more banking facilities we can
hae h more business will be done
here. Just when thme new bank will
begin operations we do not know, but
ifrom what we can gather from those in
terested it will be organized in the near
future. The capital stock will be 8'25.
r 000, to be increased if necessary. Those
r who have the matter in hand are back
ed up with all the tinanciai help that
e wilbe needed. :nd we believe it will
e aethe effect of bringing to this town
a great deal more business Tbe day
is at hand where tha farmers and the
Smerchauts will need all the banking
efacilities they can get to put the coun
try upon a cash basis, and with three
asubstantial banks in this town, there is
sno good reason why the bulk of the
e business should have to go elsewhere
- for financial accommodations. We
e think too, that the competition as a
result of more banks will in time make
at money cheaper and in a number of
e ways prove beneficial to the county at
-With good banking faci!l.ies there is
e hope for manufacturing industries and
a with them come an increase of popula
- ion Manning is now on the upward
d move and all of us stand ready to wel
Icome new corners who desire to aid: in
w Worse than an alarm of tire at night
eis the metallic cough of croup. bringing
if dread to the household. Careful moth
s-ers keep Foley's Honey and Tar in the
rhouse and give it at the first sign of
.danger. I: contains no opiates. WV. E.
1Brown .N (Co.
Wo-'d purciI:- - a goodi %econd-hand
saw mil!. Add- T. H. .eFaddin.
Will pay hithest wuarket price for
1.00) bushels of corn delivered at our
--tahles. 1). M. Bradham &. Son.
For Sale-The Capers drue store
building. tiostotlice building and the
doctor's office adjoining. The property
is in Summerton and rents well. Apply
to A. G. Koliock. Darlington, S. C.
For Sale-Three nice building lots in
a desirable sectio:. on West Boundary
street known as some of the .. M.
Bradham lots. Apply to Chas. W.
Pickerinz. Bloomville, S. C.
Another arrivai of two cars seed oats
and one car fresh rice dlour direct fromI
the milis. the best and most economical
feed for hogs, cows and horses you can
use. Our urices are right. 3ooth-Harby
Live Stock Co.. Sumter, S. C.
Itch relieved in 30 minutes by Wool.
ford's Sanitary Lotion. Never fails
Sold by W. E. Brown & Co., Druggists.
Election of Offcers.
The annual election of officers for St.
Peters lodge of Masons took place last
Wednesday night.. and the followir.g
were elected: F. L Wolfe. W. M.: L.
H. Harvin. S. W.: Leon Weinherg. J.
W.: E J. Browne, Sec'ty: A. J. Rigby.
Treas.: G. M. Smith. S. D.: C. S. Rigby,
J. D.: C. C. Chewning. and Fred
[esesne. Stewards: J. M. Barwick.
Tiler. The masters degree was con
ferred after which the craft sat down
to a splendid supper.
Notice to Creditors.
All persons having claims against the
estate of Dr. Paul M. Salley, deceaed,
will present them duly attested. and
those owing said estate will make pay
ment to the undersigned qualified exec
utor of said estate.
G. L. SALLEY.
Orangeburg, S. C.
Dec. 19th. 1910.
Notice of Discharge.
I wili apply to the Judge of Probate
or Clarendon county, on the 3rd day
f January. 1911, for letters of discharge
s executor of the estate of Dr. Paul M.
G. L. SALLEY. Executor.
rangeburg, S. C., Dec. 19, 1910.
State of South Carolina
County of Clarendon.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
B. A. Johnson, Plaintiff,
riss, Charles, .3enry Gamble. Walk
er Gamble. Manthie Gamble, and
Rosa Gamble Defendants.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
Judgment Order of the Court of Com
mon Pleas, in the above stated ac
Lion, to me directed, bearing date of
December 13th, 1910, 1 will sell at pub
lic auction, to the highest bidder for
:ash, at Clarendon Court House, at
Manning, in said county, within ta4
egal hours for judicial sales, on Mon
av, the 2nd day of January. 1911,
befng salesday, the following de
scribed real estate:
All that piece, parcel or tract of
land, lying, being and situate in the
:ounty of Clarendon. in the State
aforesaid, containing twelve and one
alf (124) acres, more or less, and4
>ounded and butting as follows, to-4
wit: North by lands of Isaae Gam
le: East by lands of Junius Strange;
south by lands of Henry Dorzier, and
West by lands of Henry Dozier and
ands of Albert Nelson. The said4
rat of land being composed of two4
~raets, both of which were conveyed
o Sidney Gamble, by Rev. James~
eDowel1, and are fully delineated
n plats made respectively by P. (..
enbow and J. E. Scott, surveyors. 1
Purchaser to pay foB. aeLE,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROUNA
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
. L. Lesesne, Plaintiff
Lbie Butler, Defendant.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OFA
udgment Order of the Court of Com-~
non Pleas, in the above stated ac
ion, to mue directed, bearing date of
e.~'ber 10. 1910. 1 will sell at pub
ic auction, to the highest bidder, for
as, at Clarendon Court House. at~
anning, in said county, within the
egal hours for judicial sales, on Mon-.
ay, the 2nd day of January, 1911.
eing salesday, the following descri
d real estate:
"All that piece or parcel of land.
bituate.lying and being in the County
f Clarendon. State of south Caro
ina, containing Fifteen andi Three
tiarter (15 3 4 Acres. more or less,
and bounded as follows, to-wi;
On the ?'orthi by lands of Estate of'
. WV. Thames and the sumter Pub b
ic Road: on the East by lands of A.
LaMotte Lesesne; on the South by
ands of the Estate of A. W. Thames:
nd on the West by lands of the said
. WV. Thames.
The said tract being a portion of
he land which was cut off uad
warded to the said &bie Butler un
ler a partition proeeding in the
ourt of Common Pleas for said
'ounty. in a tract of land formerly
>wned by Eliza T. Butler, and con
reyed by her to WV. M. Butlet, Trus
tee. The said tract is more partic
alary described on a plat made by
E. J.~Browne, Surveyor, on file in
the oflice of Clerk of Court for said
ounty in the partition proceeding
Purchasers 'o pay for papers.
E. B. GAMB~LE.
Sher iT Clarendon County.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon. I
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
SummOn's for Relief.
Ingh .\. Richbourg, P'laintiff,
lice Chewning, Sallie Senn, Mary
Felder, Fannie Ra:;in, Ella La
Master and Williamu Shuford, D~e
ro the above namned D)efendants:
You are hereby summoned and re
uired to answer the complaint in
this action, of which a copy is here
with served uponl you. anid to serve a
topy of your answer to the said comu
plaint ona the subscribers at their
flice, in the town of Manning.
South Carolina. within twenty days.
fter the service hereof: exclusive of
the day of such service; and if you'
fal to answer the complaint within
the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in t
this action will apply to the Court for
h relief demanded in the complaint.
To the defendant William Shuford:
You will take notice that the Sum
uons and Complaint in the above en
titled action has been tiled in the
ifice of the Clerk of Court for Clar
radon County this 14th day of De- ~
ember A. D). 1916(.
Dated December 14th A. D. 1910.
DAVIS & W EIBERG.
JoHx J. CANTEY,
ISPOT HEALING OILS
25c. by Mail.
For Barbwire Cuts. Sores. Mange and Skin
Diseases ou Man or Beast.
Oil of Old Field Pine.I
Rhame's Drug Store,
Summerton. S. C.
The New 1911 Model Brush Runabout has lots
and lots of improvements on the 1910 Model as good
as it was, and to the surprise of all, the price re
mains the same the same.
Do you know that we have seventeen operating
in Clarendon County and not one dissatisfied custo
dollars can buy an Automobile that can 'do your
work as the BRUSH does it, whot do you want to
pay some one else more for a car that has not half
the reputation back of it.
Write or 'phone us today if you want to see the
machine, we can prove to you all we claim for it.
SSOME BARGAINS IN CLARENOON:E
I haeCOUNTY FARMS.
$ I avefor quick sale on good terms. the following:*
No. 1. 150 acres, 4 1-2 miles to station, 9 miles to Man
nin, godcommunity, near church and school,
. 90 acres c'eared, withi good cultivation a'ud ferti
@ iization will make 1. 2 bale of cotton per acre. 6-0
@ room dwelling, barn and stables, sItuate on pub- $
lic road. will rent for $250 to $300. Price. $3,000. *
No. -. '260 acres, 100 acres in cultivation, two houses,
barn and stables, on public road, good commnu
nity, place making this year 3-4 to bale of cotton .
$ per acre, 1 1-2 miles to station, 5 miles to Man- .
9 ning. Price, $25.00 per acre. $
.No. . 350 acres, 7 miles to Manning, 1 mile to station,
150 acres cleared, 4 buildings, good community,
near land sold to Marlboro farmer. Price, $,750.
. No. 4. 150 acres, about 100 acres cleared, 2 1-2 miles to .
$ station, two ordinary tenant houses. Price, $16.50 .
9 per acre.
SNo. 5. 145 acres, Smiles to Manning, about 70 acres in
cultivation, good tenant house and barn and
stables. iood land, adjoins land sold to Marlboro
0farmer. Price, $40.00 per acre.
9No. 6. 293 acres, 150 acres cleared,6- room dwelling, barn .
9and stables. 4 tenan1t houses. e'. public road, near 9
school, good land, some timber, lies well, a nice9
place. Price, $40.00 per acre.
. Real Estate, Stocks and Insurance,
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
CUISTIAS HOIDAY RATES
To Stations East of the Mississippi River, and South of
le Ohio and Potomnac Rivers.
December 15, 1l. 7, 21. 22. 2:. 24. 25 and :11, 1910.
ud Januarv 1 1911.
To reach oriial starting point, returning, not later
han midnight of .January S. 1911.
Fo r additional information, and reservations, oddress
H. D. CLARK. Ticket Agent.
Manning. S. C.
V. J. CRA IG. T. C. WHITE.
Passenger Traffic Manager. Gen. Passenger Ag't.,
Wilmingrton N. C.
T14ATW X14OULD Qurr rugE
SILLY PACTICE CfGIWA kUIL$.f
PRFSfiJ-S AND GNE OUR iRI ENDS
SOMETIWG TH4EY CAN VSE.
S0 M ANY NICE USETULTHINGS
L\KE GLoVESAfDfA\DKE UE
NECK WEAR ANDTHE LIKE- W
NAVE ALLTHIE THING S.You
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CHRISTMAS! WHAT JoY THE VERY WORD
BRINGS. 'TIS AT CHRISTMAS TIME THAT WE
TURN FRoM SELFISHNESS AND TRY To MAKE
OTHERS HAPPY. AND How THIS BRINGS HAP
PINESS UNTO oURSF.,VES: WHAT SHALL THE
P R E S E N T S BE? USEFUL THING--USEFUL
THINGS. MEN LIKE To GET NECKTIES,- SILK
SUSPENDERS, NICE HoSE, HANDKERCHIEFS,
MUFFLERS, GLoVES, SLIPPER S, SMoKING JACK
.ETS--THINGS To WEAR. CAN'T YoU FIND
SoMETHING IN THIS LIST YOU THINK WoULD
MAKE A NICE PRESENT FOR A 6ENTLEMAN?
NECKTIES FoR $1.50 1-2 DoZ. AND 50C EACH.
-tEK SUSPENDERS FoR 2r5C AND 50C.
MVFFLERS FOR 50C AND 75C.
SLIPPERS FOR $2.00 AND $3.00.
SMOKING JACKETS FOR $2,50 AND $3.50.
BUY SOMETHING NICE IN oUR FURNITURE DE
AND LITTLE MEN? WHAT WOULD BETTER
PLEASE A LITTLE MAN THAN:
A NICE OVERCOAT-COST FROM $1.00 To $2.50.
A SUIT OF CLOTHES-COST FRoM $1.50 To $4.00.
SoMETHING USEFUL IN FURNITUR E DEPARTMENT.
WE SHALL GLADLY HELP YOU To MAKE OTHERS
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