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MANNING. S. C.. JULY 12. 1911
Puhishes All County and Town Of.
Advertisers will please re-iV
Q member that copy for a t
change of ad. MUST be in '
this ottee by Saturday Noon in order to k
insure nublication the following week. I
.mannin- Chaptor, No. 19 b
/ "Ordor of Eastorn Star."
Regular Meeting, First Tuesday
in each Month.
(Mrs.) G. M. SMITH. W. M.
(Miss) SesiE HAR.IN. Sec
ST. Rs, NO. 54, d
A. F. ri.
--Next Meeting. Wednesday. S:00
y G September 6th. 1911.
Fellow Craft Degree.
F. L. WOLFE. W. M. E. J. BROWSE. See.
RUTH CHIAPTER, NO. 40,
ROYAL ARCH MASONS a
Reaular Meetina. second Mon- a
day in Each Month. it
ti.C.DAvs, FRED LsEESSNKt
High Priest. Secretary.
Evaporated Peaches. F
Fancy, Bright Californias. c
P e el e d Evaporated c4
i Peaches, per lb.... 25c. a
These are the finest packed. cl
A 3-lb Can nice Peel
ed Peaches.. .... .. 16c. e
i Excellent for pies or dumpl ings. ti
A 2-lb. Can of Best d
Peaches.......... 15c. 1 h
In heavy syrup-fine flavor.
A 3-lb. Can Fancy
The best packed, makes fine pies- b
A 3-lb. Can Sweet 4 C
Potatoes...... ..1...5c, p
They're nice candied. di
Shredded Whole Wheat
Biscuit, 15c. Pkg. ai
Puffed Rice, Pkg. 15c.
Puffed Wheat, Pkg. loc. ni
THE MANNING GROCERY CO. t
Don't forget the entertainment to
Died last Monday, an infant daughter d
of M r. and Mrs. J. MeDowell McFaddin. et
Mr. ano. Mrs. Frank E. Barron are in P
Manning, the guests of Mr. A. I. Bar
ron's family. l
Mr. and Mrs. S. Oliver O'Bryan are v
expected to return from their bridal si
trip this evening. tb
Mrs. A. H. Breedin left yesterday to it
visit her daughter, Mrs. J. N.. Robeson di
at Sanford, Florida. p1
Hirschman's special sale is quite a t
drawing card for the searchers of goods fr
at marked down prices. B
The showers the past few days. have
giveni considerable help to the corn that
has been thirsting for rain. Ti
Mrs. C. R. Harvin and daughter, t
Miss Clara, leave this evening for a tO
month's visit at Wrightsville, Ga. jfr
Died June 25th, at her home on San-i hi
tee, Mrs. Lizzie Lowder, wife of Mr. B
W. H. Lowder, aged about 35 years. in
Dr. G. Allen Hugglns of Baltimore
camze to'Manning to attend the funeral
of hscousin Miss Elizabeth Conyers.
Mr. H. D. Clark and family left last1T
Saturaay for Glenn Springs, and from be
there they expect to go to the moun
Material is being hauled to build a ti
niodern residence for Mr. J. W. Rigby. fo
The contract was given to Mr. WV W. ed
Tbe Times editor is under obligations t t
*to Mr. Rutieven Plowden for a delicious at
water melon presented to him last Fri-.
~day. Next. tic
>Mr. Willie Cuttino, one of the clerks
in the post offce, is spending this week
in Columbia rooting for the Columbia go
base ball team.. p
The Olantaites are going after the to
bacco business in earnest as is seen by
the announcement of their new ware
house in this issue.
Mrs. Lucille Fladger and chiloren
left this morning for a two months C
visit in Spartanerg; from there they n
expect to go to Hendersonville. -b
The railroad movement towards Sum- Ri
ter if realized must, in oar opinion, help bi
Manning, if it is the purpose of tbe Sea- N.
board to make its way to the coast. C
Married last evening at the Methds
parsonage by Rev. F. H. Shuler, Mr.
Frank Bailey of New Hampshire, and
Miss Emma Cantey Smith of Alcolu.
Died last; Friday at her home near
New Zion, Mrs. Rebecca Hardy aged 70
years. The burial took place at New
4ion the same afternoon. Rev Mullineax
coiducted the services.
There will be a big picnic and far m- I
ers rally at Trinity school house on
Friday~Julv 14th, 1911L Hon. E. J.
Watson. Irs W. Williams, Prof. Had-e
don and Mr. L. L. Baker bave been C
invited. Everybody come with well
Ex-Senator B. F. Kelley of Bishop. a
ville, and Senator J. H. Clifton of Sum
ter, appeared before Governor Bleaset
yesterday in behalf of the condemned
Willie Bethune. but from the statemnentV
in the Evening 1lecord we infer that the
governor declined to grant the clemencyp
'The prospect of a good crop is keep- el
ing the automobile fever in tbe air.
Through Mr. H. H. Bradhamn, Dr. G. L
Diison has purchased a Brush. and Mr- D
Hugh McFaddin an Oakland touring
car. HI. H. Bradham has been very suc- Ib
eessful with the automobile business, k;
and at his garage can be seen the lead
ing machines to be had at firne values.
Mr. George Green of Turbeville, a
recent graduate of the Citadel, has
been elected one of the teachers of the
Manning graded school. Mr. Green is j
a bright young man, not only so, he is a
a young man of excellent character. e
He stood high at the academy in his s
books and in the estimation of the Ia
faculty and his fellow students. W e j
wish for him a successful career as a e c
Died in Columbia last Thursday night- ti
Miss Elizabeth Conyers, aged about 55
vears. The home of the deceased was in a
'nmmonsille, she was born and reared I
in (larendon and had a large family s
connection in this county, she was a a
daughter of the late Capt. John J. Con- f<
vers. The funeral took place in Manning 1
Saturday. Rev. Bailey of Timmonsvihie a
assisted'by Rev. F. H. Shuler conduct- Je
d the services.
Maybe you tink that you could have S
one better this week than we did, but,
heu one dc.es his best he nas the con
olation that noce can do more There is
ery little doing in the county news bus- b
ness this week.
Mr. Robert R. Jeukinson left last c<
ight for the northern markets to buy ai
is stock of goods. i will occupy one 1
f the stores in the Brown Block, and S,
hen he returns from his purchasing J
rip he will take the readers of THE
TIMES into his contidence to let. them m
now what he has in store for them. 1)
le has no goods now, but when he fills I ti
is new store. he will have a bran new oi
:ouse and a bran new stock. b<
The advertisement in THE TIMES t
ist week of the Home Bank and Trust te
:., brought to that institution a good S,
ize depositors who was attracted there tr
y reading the advertisement, and yet,
bere are some who will contend that t.o
dvertising is not necessary. In thislec
av and time people are always on the m
)>k out for advantages and induce- th
ients, her e they scau the advertising th
lumns of the newspapers clcsely. and w,
o where they think there in something a
-orth going after. vi
The annual picnic at Olanta unaer the
spices of the Confederate veterans re
ill take place on the 22nd of this m
ionth, which is Saturday week. Sena- z
r Tillman has been invited to deliver B
n address. and other prominent men
re also expected to entertain the crowd. r
'he Olanta picnic is the greatest draw
ig card in this section of the State. The
eople from Darlington, Florence, Wil- fa
amsburg and Clarenden meet there of
nee a year for a great big time. We co
are seen at one of these pteices a St
owd which was estimated at six thous- Sr
ad, and they came from as far away as g
[orry county. m:
Sheriff Gamble has added another th
ipture to his score of running down a
ersons charged with crime in this w
yunty. In 1904 there was a homicide Ot
>mmitted at St. Paul, Dorsey Sever- Ct
ace was killed, and Frank King was th
iarged with the act, King made his es- he
Lpe. but ever since the sheriff has been h
ving to locate him. King was arrest
i at St. Pete'rsburg. Florida, and fo
te sberiff went to Columbia last. Mon- sa
iy for requisition from the Governor, q
bich he secured, and on account of he
ving to be here next Friday he depu- an
zed Mr. Frank Richbourg of Surpmer- ra
n, to go to Florida to bring the pris- tri
2er back for trial. I
The purpose to secure better health te
is taken hold upon this county by the by
>unty commissioners considering a th
cposition to have dispensaries for Bc
spensing of medicine free to eradicate of
ie life sapping disease known as book- M,
orm. Dr. Milton Weinberg has had Bi
interview with the county commis- T1
oners which resulted in the estab- up
shment of free dispensaries at Man- do
ing, Bloomville, Paxville, Turbeville. ra
t these places those who desire to
.ke the treatment can get the medi
ne free of charge from Dr. Geiger at
:anning, Dr. Gamble at Turbeville,
r. Gunter at Paxville and at F. C. m<
hoas' store at Sloomville. tal
The case of Policeman Barwick. who Di
1908 in the town of Pinewood acci- da
ntally shot and killed Sam Bracey, &
dored, was recently decided by the su- of
eme court, and the verdict of guilty vii
the lower court sustained, hence, un- we
ss the governor interferes Barwick
ill hare to serve his sentence. Barwick in
as tried in Sumter, although the wa
Looting took place in Clarendon, and ar<
.e jury rendered a verdict of guilty Al
ith a recommendation to mercy. Thus of
shows that a policeman, who in the un
scharge of his duty, fires at a fleeing sh<
~rsom whom he is endeavoring to ar- all
st, and strikes a bystander, is liable sei
punishment. In the ease banied down
om the supreme court., Robert Mv. we
arwick gvas the regular police at Pine- Bu
yod, on a Saturday night in October Mi
1908 he met the train and tried to to
sen a way for some ladies, when wa
homas Singleton refused to get out of oc
e way, Policeman Barwick undertook th<
arrest him. Singleton broke loose un
m the policeman and fled, Barwicek
rsued and fired several shots to stop of
m, one of the shots from policeman an
trick's pistol struck Sam Bracy, an ta
nocent bystander, from whicha he died.
the Sumter hospital-.m
They Really Believe They Can Play.
DuRant, S. C., July 7, 1911. th<
ae Manning Times, Manning, S. C. to
Please publish the following for the on
neft of those interested:
The DuRant's base ball team first got
e idea that they could play ball when
ey won from Manning to the tune of
urteen to five. This was further prey- o
by us playing seven games last year the
id never lost a one.co
If there is any team that does not the
iink we can play ball, they will please tw
'range a game with us, and we will a
ke pleasure in changing their opin' ha
n.. Yours truly, re
JAMES CRAWFORD' fri
The above letter from Captain Crave u
rd is in reply to a comment in this pa- su
ron the drubbing DuRant got in May- g
ville recently: the DuRant boys did ^
anage to beat Manning last year, but
tat is no sign they can play ball be-j
Luse the team Mannmng had last year y
as the worst ever, why, they could not
tch a cold let lone a base ball, so when
ptain Crawford boasts of licking Man- Th
.ng he could with equal force boast of
ing able to snatch candy out of the
and of a sleeping kid. Last year Du
ant did manage to win some games Sc
at this year when they went up against Cl
ayesville, it is another story. Captain pe
rawford's challenge to any team ought 19
be accepted, if for no other reason tb
tan to show him that DuRant cannot tea
in a game from anything except Man- C.
CL. (EDITOR TIMES.) 19
PI NEWOOD. c
Mr. W. H. B. Richardson is in Char
ston on a visit to friends. ua
Mr. John Huggins spent the Fourth
tRidgeway visiting friends.
Mr. H. L. Baxley was in Bethune last
eek on a short stay to relatives.
Mr. A. P. Toomer has gone Ut) the
)untry for a three weeks stay. s
Mr. C. M. Huggins and family, visited to
datives in Mullins last week. co
M r. Frank Sprott of Texas. is here onb
visit to Mr. A. F. Felder. ' b
Mr. Marion Rich of Columbia, was in m
>wu last week on business. a
Mrs. Hawkins is visiting Mrs. T. B. li;
Mr. Robert Ridgill, one of Pin ewood's a
)pular young men, is visiting in Char
Miss Nina Dantzler of Vaince, is the
arming guest of Miss Agnes Felder. se
Misses~ Sarah and Edna White of fe
harleston, are the attractive guest of se
. and Mrs. Harvin. -.a
A safe and sane Fourth was spent here
y all the people, no accidents of any ~
ind being heard of. T. P. A.
Pinewood, S. C., July 10th. 1911. hi
Honest Medicines Versus Fakes-.
President Taft's recent mnessage sug
esting an amendment to the Pure Food
d Drugs law in its relation to Pre par
Medicines, does not refer to such
:andard medicines as Foley's Honey h
nd Tar Compuound and Foley Kidney ro
ills, both of which are true medicines y<
arefully comipouinded of ingredients b<
'hose iedicinal qualities are recogniz- g<
d by the med ical profession itself aso
de best known remedial agents for the t
iscases they are intended to counter-I
e. For over three decades Foley's t
loney tied -rat' Compound has been a
tand'ard remedy for coughs, colds and etc
ffections of the throat, chest tand lungs ic
>r children and for grown persons, and I
r etains to cay its pre-eminence above
11 other preparations of its kind. Fol
ys Kidney Pills are equally effective
meritorious. Dickson Drug Store.
-aboard to Enter Sumter.-Will it Comc to
Sumter. .iuly 10. (Special.)-The Sea
)ard Air Line Railroad is coming to
amter. Mr. W. R. Bonsal's proposi
on, made a few days ago, has been ac
pted by the business men of Sumter
d he guaranteed when he made his
*Oposi-ion that, if it were accepted, the
maboard would have its line lere by
But that was rot. the only thing that
ade a lucky day foi;Snmter. Mr. D
". Alderman stated at the meeting that
e Alcolu railroad, of which h'e is the
ener, would also come here if the Sea
)ard came, and a written statement
as made by the Betts Lumber company
at they would in the near future ex
nd the railroad owned by them to
imter and open it up for a general
The proposition made by Mr. Bonsal
Mr. R. I. Manning, chairman of the
mrnittee from the chamber of com
erce on obtaining railroads. was that
e Seaboard would come to Sumter by
e first of January, if the people here
>uld guarantee the right of way from
point two miles on this side of Bishop
le to a point two miles south of this
tv with a site for a terminal in the
y. The proposition was put to a rep
sentative body of Sumter business
n and was accepted by them, and Mr.
anning was instructed to wire Mr.
nsal that Sumter has accepted h-is
oposition and would guarantee all
hts of way and a terminal in Sumter.
The entry of three railroads to Sumter
11 give the city unrivalled railroad
:ilities and will make tnis the center
a much bigger trade than has been
nducted heretofore and it will make
tmter one of the richest cities in the
ate. Sumter's farming lands and fa
ities at present are excellent and in
mny respects unsurpassed, but with
e additional facilities which the three
ditional railroads will bring, Sumter
11 have a chance to prosper -as few
aerities of its size. The people of the
y feel that it has been a big day and
ey are congratulating themselves
artily on the good fortune that has
en promised them. A question that
s been giving much trouble hereto
.e is one that everybody feels will
tisfactorily adjust itself now. This
estion is that of a hotel. Everybody
re realizes the need of a new hotel
d with the coming of the Seaboard
ilroad and its additional passenger
ffic, it is felt generally that a hotel
11 simply come of itself.
rhe new road that is to come to Sum
:, is to come from McBee. presumably
way of Bishopville, at which place t
, same proposition was made by Mr. I
insal as here, the securing of a right t
way from a point two 'miles south of I
:Bee to a point two miles south of I
shopyille, with a site for a terminal.
te citizens of Bishopville have taken
the matter in earnest and expect to
everything in their power to get the
road to come through their town.
Romance of Press Trip.
5partanburg, July 1.-One of the
st romantic marriages which has c
ten place in Spartanburg in some t
ae was solemnized Sunday when Miss 2
mple Alsbrook the accomplished t
ahter of Mrs. E. C. Alsbrook of g
rth Church street, became the bride a
Mr. Harry B. Ennis, Jr., of Milledge- (
le, whom she had known only three
hey met on an ocean steamer, com
from New York to Charleston. It
s love at first sight. Mr. Ennis
lently prosecuted his suit for Miss
sbrook's hand, and though fearful
parental opposition because -of the
conventionality of a wedding on such
yrb acquantance, Miss Alsbrook fin
y yieltied to his pleading . and con
ted to marry him.
[hey obtfined a marriage license last
ek, but swore Probate Judge J. J.
.rnett to secrecy. Later, however, t
ss Alsbrook confided her intention
Mrs. Allsbrook, and the ceremony C
s performed at her home Sunday 1~
tning, Rev. S. A. Nettles, editor of
Southern Christian Advocate and
ele of tihe bride, officiating.
iss Dimple Allsbrook was a member
the elass of 1911 of Converse college
one of the most charming of Spar
tIr. Harry B. Ennis, Jr., is a young
*rchant of Milledgeville, Ga., of es
diss Allsbrook was returning from
trip of the State Press Association
New ).ork when she met Mr. Ennis
A ?lea for the Hospital.
['he Hospital--We need one right
w. Tbe ladies who are interested in
Senterprise have done what they
ili. The result of their efforts is one
usand and sixteen dollars at interest,
o acres of land and about two thous
dollars subscribed. The parties who 1
ve thus promised say their money is.
idy when the work is begun. Dear ~
en~ds of the male population of town
. county, (Clarendon,) why not rise
and build? Other counties in the
,te are doing so, why not we.
PLEADER FOR SUFhFERING HUMAN
CAT SCHOLARSHIPS IN~ THE CITADEL.
e Military College of South Carolina,
Charleston, S C.
)ne (1) vacancy in the Beneficiary
holarships in TH1E CITADEL from
rendon county will be filled by com- I
titive examination on August 11th,
L1. For full information concerning
ese scholarships address the Superin- t
2dent, at The Citadel, Charleston, S.
Next session begins September 20th,
L. The Citadel offers courses in Civil- C
igineering, English, Chemistry and
iysics. Degrees of B. S. and C. E.
aferred. it is designated by the War
partment as one of the distinguished
ltary institutions, one of whose grad
tes receives a commission in the U.
Travel at rMome.
Whenever I get the wanderlust,"
ys the -philosopher. "I get the cook
burn the steak and serve me some
ree that tastes as though it had
own pepper in it. Then I sit in the
ost uncomfortable chair in the house
id try to rend a newspaper in a poor
:ht. I then go outdoors and let a cin
r blow in my eye, then go back in
d go to bed on a cot that is four
ches too short and a foot too narrow
r me, with covers that gather them
ves about my waist and leave my
et bare, while a clever contrivance
nds alternate hot and cold blasts C
-ross me. Next morning I have indi- I
stion, a. sore eye and a cold and a
ie assortment of aches and pains,
it I also have all the sensations of
ving been on a trip and am spared -
e worry of getting home again, for I
a already there."--LIfe
Those Wedding Celebrations.
"It's a ridiculous idea," a man who,
is been married eleven months to
orow confided to us, "to celebrate
mr diamond wedding when you have
ten married seventy-five years. I'm
>ing to have it reversed. The dia
ond wedding should come first, then
e golden, and so on- Let's have these
tings while they do us some good."
ie is right at that And yet social
istom s going to compel this impe
mnious5 couple to celebrate their paper
edding next month. They need a
w rugs and gold pieces. but some
>dvy will bring 'em writing paper and
.:,. dec of cad--Cleveland Plain
EDITOR SOMEWHAT MIXED..
Hard Cider Muddles His Brain, and the Story1
A Shookumchue editor, who was full
of hard cider, got a sale bid and a mar
riage mixed, says an exchange. The de- A
3cription ran as follows: "William
Smith, the only son of Mr and Mrs.
Josiah Smith, was disposed of at public
auction to Lucy Anderson, on my farm
:ne mile east of here, in the presence
>f 70 guests. including the following to )J
wvit: Two mules, 12 head of cattle. Rev.
Jackson tred the nuptial knot, averag
ng 1,250 pounds on the hoof. The home )
>f this charming bride was tastefully
lecorated with sewash clam spade, one
;ulky rake, one feed grinder, one set of )
louble harness, nearly new, and just be
ore the ceremony was pronounced Men
lelssohn's inspiring wedding march was
,iven by one milch cow to be fresh next
April carrying a bunch of flowers in
ier hand and looking charming in a
town made of light spring wagon. three
>oxes of appels, three racks of hay, one,
rrindst.one, mousline de soie, trimmed
vith about 100 bushels of spuds.
"The bridegroom is well known and a
)opular young man and has always stood
,vell amo'ng society circles of 12 Berk
hire hogs, while the bride is an accom
>lished and talented school teacier of a )
plendid drove of Poland Chinas-pedi
trees if desired.
Among the beautiful presents were
%vo sets of silver knives and forks,
pring harrow, one wheelbarrow, gocart
Lnd other articles two numerous to men-J
,ion The bridal couple left yesterday
>n -an extended trip. Terms: Twelve
nonths time' to responsible parties;
therwise spot cash. Lunch will be
erved at the stable. After this, Mr. and
ifrs. Smith will go to housekeeping in J
, cozy little home at the corner of Mail
,nd Dr. R. L. Cranby, auctioneer.
For Rent-One dwelling Apply to
. Bradham, Manning, S. C.
S or 6 doses "666" will cure any case -
f Chills and Fever. Price, 25c.
Wanted-A position by a young lady
s teacher in graded or country school
ddress "Miss 0." Edgefield, S. C.,
t. F. D. No. 3.
5,or 6 doses "666" will cure any case
>f qhills and Fever. Price, 25c.
Lost-Between Manning and Sum
3erton a Southern Railway Mileage
look, containing about 600 miles with
he undersigned name on inside cover.
tewara if returned to, Jas. H. Craig,
Wl.ekstock. S. C.
Wanted-Laundry to be sent to the
star Steam Laundry through our agent
Is. W. Burgess in Manning. Laundry
ent every other Monday and delivered
n Saturdays. Your patronage will be
ppreciated. Star Steam Laundry,
olumbia, S. C.
Glenn's Tobacco Warehouse is now
ompleted and we will have a man
bere from now on to receive and weigh
11 tobacco that may come in. Hoping
o receive the patronage of the tobacco
rowers of this and adjoining counties,
e are, Your friends, Glenn, Joyce and
SFor Hot Days!2
ae following articles will make deli
ious beverages or desserts with very
ICE CREAM JELL-0,
All flavors. Now redu'ced to
Genuine imported. A. fine fiavor for
berbet, Ice Cream and Puddings.
Genuine imported. Delicious as a
everage with lemon julce and cracked
e; also good for sauces,
The famous Dole's Hawaiian. As a
ure flavor for ice cream, fruit punch es
nd beverages its simply great,
35c. and 65c. Bottle.
WUTS IN MARASCHINO,
This delightful article is used ex
ansively in Sundaes and to garnish
rozen custardis, puddings, whipped
lherries in Maraschino,*
For fruit punches, frozen desserts,
10c., 50c. and $1 Bottle.
For~ fruit punches and frozen dessert.s,
Crushed. Sliced and Chunks. For
ustards,puddings. ice creams, sherbets.
ruit punches and cock-tails.
15., 20.. 25., 30c. Can.
Vanning Grocery Co
OHN G. CAPERS, (of South Carolina).
Ex-Commissioner internal Revneue
OSEPH D. WVRIGHT.
,APERS & WR(IHT,
AT ORNEYs AT LAW
WASHING3TON, D. C.
ec epohn~e Main 60i'
DR.~ J. FRANK GEIGER.
MANNING, S. C.
ONE MINUTE, P
THE OLANTA WA
Is Completed. The
Will Open Jt
If you can save yourself ai
20 miles on a haul,and stillg
(if not BETTER) Prices for
would you be wise to ove
NOW is your chance to bt
at your DOOR, I only ask J
feel sure I can convince yo
TALKER, but a WORKER
the NEWEST and best ]
Warehouse in South Carolh
*A SAE OPPORT TY
I have immediate demand for 150 to 200 acres'withinl
65 miles of Manning. Tract must have good 6 to 8 /room
dwelling and be 1bcated in a good, healthful neighborhood,0
on public road., If you have anything to offer of about
this class, I can make a&quick sale for you.
N. B.-Have funds of $500; $1.000, and $1,500 to loan
on first mortgage real estate security.
REAL ESTATE ATTORNEN.
Sumter. S. C. -
Call and see us when in need of a first- e I .
class horse or mule right.
JUST RECEIVED: 2 cars of tine Horses and Mules.
1car of Mo1ine, 2 and 4-horse Wagons.
1 car of Moline 1-horse agns. ar$mpe WAN T TC
mnents. consisting of the following:AREC L
Stalk Chopers o Harrows, Corn and Cottonl antrs, Blue Bird *AND No T
- IN ''bAM
For the Following $ JWoRD Y'
*AUJTOMOBILE3S V A~Sto
sE 1s: # 'DooR A T
The Hudson. Chalmers and Hup, 1 rRoNT D
in all models. * Yo T HE
Shaw & Drake, :
10, 12 and 14 Samter St.. LogDsacelhn 5. utr . C. 0. Bleachi
Locl td ng s ne Pe 55. * Coten
SJOB. W ORK DQg~
TO THE TINES OFFICE.
id your stock10 to
et equally as good p
rlook this oppor
tild upa MARKET
or a TRIAL nd
u that I am nota
rH A-i You W/ISL BE TA KEINLOFF
YOuR FE T W EN YOUQSEE
srwt see 7jow '-a . 3
'-GAIN, MEANS A GAIN foR YOU. YOU
B> SE URE THOUGH THAT THINGS THAT
LED BARGAINS ARE REAL BARGAINS
fAKE BARGAINS. WE DO NoT BELIEVE
BoozLING" OR fooLING, USE WHICH
OU WILL; THE PEOPLE BY ROLLING IN
F SHODDY GOODS THROUGH OUR BACK
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ns, all colors, at ........................... 9c.
as, all colors, at ........................... c.
og, yard-wide. at ....... . ........... 8c.
of all grades and quality, at Actual Cost.