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MANNING, S. C., OCT. 4, 191
Publishes Al County and toiwn . bMN
ficial Advertiseflnts. er
Advertisei-S viii pilease re- 3
AKX member tbiat copy for a sa
change of anl. >MST be in
this offce by Saturday Noon in order to gI
insure Dublication the following week.
RUTH CHAPTER, NO. 40, o
ROYAL ARCH MASONS o
Reular Meetin. Second MXon- a
diay in Each Month. d
W.C.DAViS, FiuWLs.SiK . C
High Friest. Secrtary I.
Special For This Week
18 lb. i
Nice plump little Pig Hams, ov
weighing from 8 to 10 lbs. ca
We've a plenty of good a
things to go with these
Hams. 'Phone us : :
IE MNKIHG GROCERY CO.
Don't forget to make your returns, as
'There will be Episcopal services in
itheir chapel next Sunday at 11 o'clock. Fi
The town has extended the time for
;taking returns until October 15th. Read L
sthe notice. EU
'When you see a white ribbon this di
-week cross over on the other side, if wl
you have been eating cloves. in
Oh! those tirst of the month bill col- i
lectors, we wish some of them would
get behind THE TIMEs delinquents. tei
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ingram Bradham of g
Black Mountain, N. C, are in Man- tr
ning visiting their parents Mr. and po
Mrs. D. M. Bradham. O<
Married by Rev. H. K. Williams at1
pator of the Manning Baptist church M:
t Monday Mr. James Shorter of M
Orangeburg and Miss Beulah Geddings M
Remember that we have given notice C.
to cut off from our lists those who are CI
in arrears for more than a year. We
sincerely hope we shall not lose a sin- Mi
gle subscriber. KI
Joseph L. Nettles, Esq., of the Col
umbia bar was in Manning yesterday. ]
Mr. Nettles is a graduate of the Har- Mi
yard law school, has established an Ha
.office in Columbia, and gives promise
,of making good. He is a native of Man- P1*
i ning. as
.Charleston is to send out a set of
lboQsters, they will come to Manning as
..well as other towns along the line of
trailr-tad. We think it would be well
ffor those claiming to be a board of
,trade to make some arraneements to
tshow the Charleston business bunters
-There arrived in Manning last Sat
sorday from Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. V.A
L. Sims who according to the "Im- af
inanuel Baptist Messenger" were mar
ried in Chicago July 6th, 1909. Mrs.
Sims was formerly Miss Laura Cutter in
of this eounty but her marriage was ria
unknown to her relatives until she
brought her husband to visit, them, tet
gave them a surprise party as it were. J.
There are some few persona who w
have not paid their post office box ad
rents, and the postmaster requests sh
that they either send in their keys or
the money for the rent. Some of these
delinquents are away from town but
the posemaster la not allowed to bold s
their boxes until they are good and bri
r-eady to pay. io if the box is to be 't
retained the renter had better sena a
THE TMEs readers will take a few of
mnoments to read the half page adver
tisement of C. M. Davis At Son of Davis
Station. This is one of the biggest 10'
miercantile establishments in the i
county, and it does a tremendous busi. mz
ness, necessarily they carry a heavy *
stoek of goods. Those seekin an out
let for' their cash will perhaps fid it to W-E
their advantage to take advantage of o
the sneeial sale now being In operation-.r
Read what they have to say.th
We direct the attention of our read- ter
ers to an error in the advertisemeont of!sp
Shaw & McCollum Mercantile Co. The
cut No. 2. representing a misses suits er
at $2.50 should be $10.00 and No. 3. iVi
representing ladies snits at $17.50 St
should be 822.50. The Shaw & Mc
,Rollum Mercantile Co., is making~ a
.s..pecialty of ready-to-wear ladies and E
pitses suits this season, and they carry g&
an,excellent assortment. In mnakingua
.ourtdorms we got the cuts mixed a r
*did not discover it until the advertise- ,
nment was printed. Ladies it will pay ;
~you when out hunting a ready-to-wear -
suit to call on this concern and inspect St<
their line. Mi
The court of common pleas took up I-|
mearly the whole of last week and but A.
fewtses were tried. The case of J. y.
Wr. Broadway and Robert Stuke'
against Rev. B. A. Sublett, in which R
a, verdict was rendered in favor of the Ma
plaintiffs, Judge Copes granted a new So
trial. Dais A Weinberg for the a
pisaintiffs and Purdy A O'Bryan for the
defendant. Mrs, Saflie McKnight ,
against the Atsatie Coast Lmeni rail
road damnages for burning land, verdict ge
for the plaintif.84008. Danis A Weini- RI
berg for the plaintia. Furd A O'Bryan
for the defendsat. 7. W. Mims against
N. G. Broadway, administrator., money m<
demand, verdiet for the defendant. ne
L. D. Jennings for the plaintig. Davis ,
k Weinberg for the defendant. C. E.
Hayes against the Western Union T~el- we
.graph Co., damages, verdict for ithe u
diefendant. Davis& Weirrberg for~ thesi
plaintiff, Nelson &t Gettys and Purdy
& O'Bryan for the defendant. cr
Mrs. John Wilson Dead. th
Mrs. Satie P. Wilson, wife of Mr. de
John Wilson, one of the prominent and co
well known women of Sumter. died at
the sumter Hospital Friday afternoon, co
after an illness of only a few days. Mrs.
Wilson came to Sumter from Charleston thi
several years ago and has lived here he
since. She has become widely acquain- hij
ed and made many friends among the
people of Sumter. Before she came here gh
she was well known in Charleston and L
she had many friends throughout the
State. The funeral services will be held M
at the Presbyterian church Sunday M
~morning at 11 a. m. and interment took M
place immediately following the servic- ly
es at the Sumter cemetery.-Sumter St
. , arvin Saong Wupuals.
On Thursdgy dfternoon, at 4:30 o'cP14k
Seclusipp i3end, the country home of
rs. Sue t. Sousong. occurred one of
.e notable, as well as one of the most
Atiful weddings of the season, when
rs. Sousong's lovely daughter, Kath
-lue, and Mr. Lucius Harvin, of Man
n, S. C., took upon themselves the
cred marriage vows.
Dr. J. M. Burnett, of Jefferson City,
oke the impressive words that sealed
eir pledges, and united their destinies
The dav was an i.!eal one for an out.
-doors weddino. the velvet lawn 'neath
giaut elm a itting altar. Here assem
ed the wedding party preeede by the
inty ribbon bearers, Miss Carolyn
irty and Miss Annie Smith, while
usic from the Bridal Chorus of Lohen
-in was charmingly rendered by Miss
Attending the bride were Miss Carrie
)u Stokely, Miss Annie Huff, Miss
ester Sousong, Miss Elizabeth Sousong
maid of honor, and the little flower
rls, Mary Sousong and Louisa Hickey.
ie bride was given away by her broth
, Mr. John Sousonu.
Attending the groom were hi. broth
s, Mr. Alex Harvin, as best man, and
r. Percy Harvin. Mr. Sam Burron
d Mr. George Stokely.
The bride wore a gown of white mes- 1
line vieled with marquisette and cluny
e, pearl trimmings. She carried lil
s of the valley and bride's roses. Her
id of honor was gowneo in a lovely
ation of pink messeline. Her other
endants wore white trans-parenties
er pink messaline and carried pink
rnations, while the bluest of skies,
d the deep green of the surrounding
Ils completea a picture long to be re
!mbered by the large company of
The guests on their arrival were re
nshed with delicious punch served on
e verandah by Miss Mae Stokely and
iss Josephine Huff. A little later the
rmurs of the assembly were hushed
every ear caught the sweet strains of
Ul for You" as it was sung by Miss
nnie Stokely, followed by "I Love
au Trufy" feelingly rendered by Miss
ve Smith. After the ceremony the
tests were summoned to the spacious
ing room, where a buffet luncheon
is served, Miss Fannie Stokely pour
g tea and Mrs. Iosenblatt serving the
Many beautiful and valuable gifts at
ted the popularity of the bride and
oom, who left on the seven-thirty
in for Richmond, Va., and other
,ints east They will be at home after
:tober 1st at Manning, S. C. Guests
ending from a distance were Mr. and
rs. Rigby of Manning, S. C., Mr. and
s. Rosenplatt of Greenville, Tenn.,
essrs. Alex and Percy Harvin, Sam
-own and Mr. Coffey of Manning, S.
, Misses Virginia and Eula Haynes,
iffsde, N. C., Miss Mary Gudger,
rshall, N. C., Miss Carolyn Carty,
HONORS FOR BRIDE-TO-BE.
Evitations are out for the wedding of
ss Katharine Sousong and M Ir. Lucius
ryin, which is scheduled to take
te Thursday. The invitations read
Mrs. George W. Sousong
equests the honor of your presence
at the marriage of her daughter
Mr. Lucius Herman Harvin
the fourteenth of September
at half after four o'clock
er the first of October
ning, South Carolina.
rere have been several social events
honor of Miss Sousong's coming mar
age. The first one was the 5 o'clock
given at the hoine of her brother.
A. Sousong, at which the engagement
s annoneed, an3I there have follow
an eighto'clock breakfast and a linen
)ne of the prettiest aggairs of the sea
and a, copliment to a charming
de,-elet, was the linen shower at
Lih Miss Carrie Lou Stokely enter
ned Thursday afternoon at her beau.
iz home on Woodland Ave., in honor
Miss K~atherine Sousong.
Fhe delightful home presented a
rely scene., the entire lower floor be
f thrown into one, and the color
tif of greai r..nd white was iused in
a decorations. Clematis and ferns
se used in the library, hall and par
.. A cut glass bowl filled with y.
sages wa~s the central ornament og
a dinng roomn table. During the af
noo iupch was served fromp a table
read with a handsome linen ergbroid
d ~aloth and decorated with trailing
ies of whit~e clezmatis. Miss F'annie
skely presided here.
?iv'e tables wer'e arranged for the
eof 42. At the conglusiona of the
mean ice couarse wa~s served..
Ifaay handsome pieces of linep were
asented to Miss Sousong
lChe guests were limited to relatives..
rhe guests were:: Mrs. ,James J..
)kely, Mrs. G. F'. Smith, Mrs. Bhea
nnis, Mrs. Callie Nelson, Mrs. Bruce
Sousong, Mrs. B. W. Hooper, Mrs. J.
Sousong, Mrs. Robert Hickey. Mrs.1
M. Stokely, Mrs. J. M. Jones. Mrs J.
Seeorn, Mrs. A. R. Stokely: Misses
e Stokely, Hattie Stokely, Elizabeth
usong, Fannie Stokely and Aunie
EIGHT O'CLOCK BREAKFAST.
'o compliment her lovely sister, Miss
Lheripe Sousong of Bridgeport, Mrs.
ibert lickey entertained charmingly
th an eight .'clock br'eakfast Friday
rning at her pleasant epun try home
ar Ne wport.
3.'b~e centerpiece on the dining table
s a hand embroidered linen cloth
on which rested a cut glass bowl with
sver trimmings and contained pink
ape myrtle aznd green ;-ines, this be
Sthe color motif to be carrised out at
e wedding next Thursday. A most
hicious repast was served in five
The dainty hand painted place cards
ntained recipes and good wishes for
e bride-to-be and were presented to
r. Mr. Robert Hickey gave one of
s pleasing talks to the bride and her
tests, which added to the pleasure of
The guests were: Mrs. J. R. Seehorn,
rs. H. W. Huff, Mrs. E. L. Clark,
rs. Sam Rich, Mrs. Laura Robinson,
rs. G. F. Smith, Mrs. Anna R. Stoke
,Mrs. . A. Sousong, Mrs. Bruce L.
>usong, Miss Carrie Lou Stokely.
r.., Trann. Plain Talk, Sepnt 21.L
. -Al , Suicide.
Yi'.si , Oct'daf: 2.-Speciail .amn
L'ewn, -jInibi -r aber of the fihn' of
Rgva tfBW 1-)f this place, commit
tedmicide'1t'-htat about 11 o'clock,
in his roor, r'k 0. H. Patrick's store.
bv- taking oebaighth of an ounce of
morphine. Bahre committing the rash
dexed he wrot three letters, one ad
doessed to his :mother, another to his
brother and pirtner. J. M. Brown. and
one to Miss Vioia Gamble, besides a
The note read a! follows: 'It is now
S o'clock: has been one hour since I took
last dose: still feefingz line. Men can say
what they please. but it takes nerve to
do this. Good-bye, Sam."
To his brother, .J1ohn, he told whar, to
do with his watch an d other effects: said
it. was his intention ti, help him throui h
the busy season befaro taking his life,
but decided to do so now. He told his
muother not to grievoforlhn, as be was
To Editor Wolfe of the County tec
ord. he said that people would .say:
"Woman in the case: but. this wa4 not
The community is at a loss to account
for this rash act. He was apparently as
well as usual yesterday and because of
his failure to open up the store today
in vestigations developed with the above
results. A coroner's jury was empanell
ed and a verdict rendered to the effect
that the deceased came to his, death by
an overdose of morphine at his own
Mr. Brown leaves an aged mother and
fear brothers, one in the nav-j, all of
whom, with the exception of J. M.
Browu' live near town. He has been
engaged in business here with h is broth
er for more than three years and to
gerber ;hey have been conducting a
profitable mercantile business. InLer
meut will take place at Cedar Swamp
church to-morrow morning at 11.
o'clock. The Woodmen Lodge at thi.
place, of which he was a member. it i<
understood, will take charge of the body,
burying with Woodmen honors.
The White Ribbons Are Coming.
The Womans' Christian Temperance 21
Union of South Carolina convenes in 26
the Manning Methodist church Fridae
of this week and the delegates will be.
our guests until next Monday. Mo.t C]
of the delegates will arrive Thursday e
evening and the Executive Committee V
meets at the church as soon as possible li.
after their arrival.
The business sessions will be held
Friday and Saturday morning and
evening, and the public is cordially in-Is
vited to attend and learn something of s
the workings of this great organization 9
The World W. C. T. U. is the largest s
organization of women in the world.
Friday evening will be welcome $
2ight and S. Oliver O'Bryan will make
the address of welcome for the towa
council, Charlton DuRant for the a
board of trade and Rev. Woodson for b
the churches. Mrs. Florence E. At- d
kins of Nashville, Tenn., will make the c
address of the evening and all who can
should hear her. Saturday evening
will be a very interesting service,
nearly forty children will sing in the
chorus and there will be a gold and
silver medal contest by the young- peo
Sunday morning the annual address S
will be made by Hon. Mendal L. Smith 0
of Camden and Sunday evening 'Mrs.
Atkins will address the children and
Sunday night Mrs. Atkins will make
the final address Good music will be V
one of-the attractions of the convention.
On Monday the delegates will say good
bye and we feel sure they will find no
more hospitable place anywhere than Q
the home town of their State President.
Our people are working almost nighte
md day now trying to handle the cotton 0
rop. It is becoming tbe custom, it t
ees, to pick in the day time and baul a
ao the gin at night.,
Mr. Garland's big ginnery has been
kept busy every day and part of every
night for the past three weeks. Often
hey run all night long. During the
twenty-four hours from last Friday
morning till Saturday morning, forty.
bales were ginned. It is to be hoped
hat these people are not all selling as
East asthey gin. e
The event of the week at Sardinia A
was James Henry Rice's address last ~
'riday evening on "Birds and the Boll
Weevil." Mr. Rice is state game war-q
len and secretary for the Audubon So
iety in South Carolina. He spoke most k
arnestly and warned our farmers that
i three years from this present season ti
hey would haye the Texas boll weevil li
i their midst, and that when tney are
tere, the birds will be our only hope.
Ee ade it all very plain, and mar.., of
>r hllnters are saying now that they
ean to quit shooting birds of any kind.
Tever has a Sardinia audience been e
ore delighted with a speaker, never di
nas anyone talked more to the point V
bout the why and ihe wherefore of "
aird conservation. b
WM. S. HUTCmINSON.g
PAXVIL LE. a
The school building not being comn
letea, the trustees have had to post-.
one the opening of the school until the s
Ms. J. Q. Barwick and children of d4
Mter, are spending awhile at the h~
ome of Mr. L~. S. I3arwick. a
Misses Jessie Curtis, Maud Boyd, Lee I
ill and Npnie Geddings will represent
Lhe W. C. T. U., a.nd Loyal Ternperape
Uegion at the Convention in Manping
Miss Eunice McFaddin, of Haryins, di
;pent last week with her aunt, Mrs. L. It
M. Jack Hill, of Sumter spent Sun- ni
lay with his father, Afr. ,.. . Hill. s<
Miss Maggie Corbett has resurped lie cl
chool duties as teacher of the Ingram P
thool in the Privateer section.s
Mr. Madison Borwell has been quite
ick for several days, but is now report- b
ad much better.
Mrs. F. S. Geddings and Mr. M. B. 3
orbett visited their brother at Horatis i
Misses May Boyd and Sadie Mims re- s
burned Wednesday from a short stay
with friends in Sumter. X.
Paxville, S. C.. October 2, 1911.
A Medicine That Gives Confidence
is Fole's Honey and Tar Compound.
Mrs. T.'J. Adams, 522 No. Kansas Ave.,
Columbus, Kas., writes: "For a number
of years my children have been subject I
to coughs and colds. I uised Foley's Hon
ey and Tar Compound and found that it i
cured their coughs and colds. so I keep
it in the house all the time." Refuse
substitutes. The Dickson Drug Co. ~
All the corn club members are re
quested to meet at Manning at the
ofce of the Superintendent of Educa- (
tion on Saturday October 7th, at 11 a.
m. Prof. C. B. Haddon will be there
to instruct them along the line of
gathering exhibition, etc. You will be:
informed as to time of corn exhibition -
and conditions of awards.
Rlocf. . . .
Do not fofg.the millinery openings
tomorrow. Thete eventa are of such
grave importance they should not be
neglected, for what would a woman be
without a fashionable head piece.
5 or 6 doses "666" will eure any case
of,Chills and Fever. Price, 25u.
You are especially invited to attend
the Fall Millinery Opening October
5th, and 6th, at D. Hirschmann's.
Farm Wanted-Several Marlboro
farmers have asked to get them farms
in Clarendon. Write me what you
have and best. price. R. Cosby Newton.
B3ennetIsville. S. C.
Wanted.--Younur man to oversee har
vesting and general farm work. Month
ly salary. Must be sober and indus
trious. Furnish good references. Ad
dress "*Farm." Bowman, S. C.
5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any case
)f Chills and Fever. Price. 2-5c.
Grand Opening of Gage and Johnson
Eats, Thursday October 5th. and Fri
lay October 6th. D. Hirschmann.
Taken up on my farm.-One White
Lnd Black Spot Sow about one week
igo. Owner will please call and get
;ame. Charles S. Rigby.
For Sale.-Wheat, Rye, Barley, Oats
seed. Rice Flour, Hay, Grain and Inter
iatioual Sugared Horse and Cow Feed.
3ooth-Harby Live Stock Co., Sumter,
For Sale-Will have a limited
,mount of Dixie Cotton Seed at $1.25
er bushel. This cotton will make
nore than one hale per acre and does
ot wilt or blight. Only cash orders
iven attention. A. C. Davis, Davis
Money to Lend.-We have arranged
o negoLate loans on first mortgages on
arm property at 7 per cent interest,
>avable in annual installments. No com
3i'ssio is charged on these loans, only
he usual fees for preparation of papers
nd examination of title. Lee & Moise.
unter, S. C.
For Lease-Plantation of six hun
red acres, two hundred cleared. Has
ight. room dwelling, 7 tenant houses,
in, saw mill and wire pasture. Cheap
reliable man. Manning Realty and
For Sale-Wannamaker's improved
eds; 2,000 bushels left, finest Appler
ed Oats (the best for the South)
rown from only the heaviest selected
ed, and threshed pure, clean and
eavy for planting. Price, one bushel,
L.00, 10 to 49, 95c; 50 to 99, 90; 100 or
iore 85c. per bushel f. o. b. The best
0ected pedigreed Cleveland big boll
Ad Covington Toole coLton and Marl
ro prolitic corn seed in the South to
xy. Write for prices and valuable
rcular on cultivation of above crops.
ddress "Modern Seed Farm," St.
latthews, S. C.
I Dayton Computing Scale
wings on frame and stands
a counter. A splendid
cale for meat and general
reighing. In perfect order,
rill sell for $35.00.
1 Stimpson Computing
cale in fair condition, weighs
2 Good Strong Push Carts,
ich $10.00. We came by
a above through purchasing
bankrupt stock. Having
ough fixtures of our own
e wili sacrifice prices on
iese. Get in touch with us.
HE MANNING GROCERY
The Norman's Coronation.
A peculiar Incident happened at the
~owning of Wina the Conquero~.
ter the coronation oath, in which
te new :nonarch promised to protect
te church and to execute judgment
id mercy, the archbishop put the4
aesion to the assembled crowd,
Vill ye have this prince to be your
A 'clamorous response of asspnt star
ed the Norman garrison. They be
red the English had revolted and
>o up their swords and torches.
hey set fire to the house, the flames
>read, and there wasn a genemal alarng.
The English, hearing of the plunder,
asd Qpt Qf chgreh. Thp bIihps
4 clergy who remaine4 were In such 4
mfusIon that they could h4.rdly go
trough with the act of crowning.
rminlm heard the tumult, but could 4
>t conjecture the cause and sat tremn- 4
Ing at the foot of the altar. No A
eat mischief was done by the 4re.
at the occurrence lai4 the foundation
a long enmity betwegn the English
Foley Kiney Pills
.pply just the ingredients needed to
aild'up, strengthen and restore the
.ural action of the kidneys and blad
r. Specially prepared for backache,
adache, nervousness, rheumatism and
kidney, bladder and urinary irregu
rities. The Dickson Drug Co.
The Shakespearoan onal
app gre many ezeelle1nt reasgqs
.r thinking that Shsgespeapp 4id r91
rite all of the sonnets that have come
>wn to us associated with his name.4
is a fact that he never published4
em, never claimed their authorship,
yer acknowledged themp, and never,
fa gs can be ascertained, gave his4
ausent or authoity to have them4
ablishp4 in his name. SOme of the
nnets Imply in their apthor certalp
ysint1 defects, pecuniary embarrass-4
ents and other things which could not4
ive applied to Shakespeare, but
-hieh might very well have fitted
Earlowe. or William Herbert. or
eury Wriothesley, or any one of a
tl dozen other young men in Shake
are's circle. It Is as good as settled
it several. if not many, of the son-4
ets were written by other hands than
iose of the author of "Hamlet"' and
King Lear," though, of cogrse, the
isk of naming the real authors is an 4
possible one--New York American~
Take Your Common Colds Seriously.A
Common colds, severe and frequent,
*y the foundation of chronic diseased9
nditions of the nose and throat, and4
a develop into bronchitis, pneumonia
i consumption. For all coughs and 4
lds in children and in grown persons, 4
.ke Fley's Honey and Tar Compound
romptly. The Dickson Drug Co.4
Office Over Bank of Sumter.4
-HARLTON DuRANT, 4
ATTORNEY AT LAW, 4
MANNING, S. C.4
*r ~ss Kidmaya nnd Uiaddas, Bight
sold in Manning at $3.00, e
Tans, P'otent Leather, Vici Il
and Button---All sizes. For s
LR RL JENKINSONl
Let Us Work Together,.
SIt is our high ambition to merit the confidence. of our
Strade. We want you to learn that in buying from us you
Srun less risk than in buying from others.
SWe want you to realize that it is our purpose to makeJ
your every dealing with us satisfactory. We aim to repre
sent our goods just as they are. If an article measures 28 9
inches scant we call it 27. When we say linen we mean
Slinen. In general, so to tell-the truth about our goods,
that they will be found better values than you are led to
ecwant to have you come to feel that if its from Jen- 0
kinson's store the price is right.0
We expect to make some mistakes. No mere man has
Syet lived who never made a mistake, but you will do us
Sonly simple justice if when anything goes wrong in your
Sdealings with us you will assume that we are both willing 4
and anxious to have you report same to us so we can red
ify it. We are surp Qur ideals atre right no matter how
far short we may at times fall in the performance. We
ask your co-operation in order that we may come naerer.
A to our goal of good service in the Jen kinson way. oe
p We quote you the following prices to hold good foron
Androscogging Bleach, one of the best bleached muslins,
81X81 Count at...........................9c yard
20X40 inch Union Huck Towels at.. .... .... ..10 each ~.
20X38 pure linen homnestitched Huck Towels at.. 25c each(
y 20%0 inph pure linen Domestic Towels at..2c ea chl -
~36 inch very fine Sea Island Homespun at..7 -2c yarra
38 inch Sea Island in short lengths at.. .. ..... .c yard
~ ~EW ARRIVALS
Just received a beautiful line of Ladies' Skirts, in Pan
ama, Voils and Serges at veryowpiewhnqatys
considered. y1~pie hnqaiyi
Afull line of Children's Dresses, prices from 50c up.
A very pretty assortment of Ladies' Coat Suits. Do
yourself the favor of inspecting these before you bay.
We have on hand a full line of Boys' Suits, can fit any
size frow 3 to 17, prices are right.
SJust received a new lot of that 72 inch half bleached
pure linen Table Damask at 50c.
SAlso new lot of silver bleached satin finished Tale Da
mask 72 inches wide at $1.00 yard.
Napki ns to match above at 35c dozen.
Whnin need of anything in the Dry Goods or Shoe
lines you will make no mistake by seeing Jenkinson first. _
W ieFront Store. Brown Block.5
(We want your confidence more than your(
money; we shall have them both for we shall(
deserve them.) 5 1
8.50 and $4.00 a pair, in
Eids and Gun Metal, Lace
ale only at
For Clarendon County Schools, 2
ON SALE AT TflE
5,10 and 25c. Store:
By pecd rrangemant this store has exclusive sale 9
Being the heaviest buyers of School Supplies in this 9
in the buving of Peincia l bl ets, Pens Pencils,
Examination Blanks. Stationery and all other school 9
SEE THE 5,10O AND 25c, STORE.:
You are Especially Invited to Atedthe
Fa! Mhinery 0""
age nd Johnsonflat
Thursday and Friday,I
October 5 n
Including our Pattern Hats from New York I