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MANNING, S. C.. OCT. 19, 1904.
Publishes All County and Town Of ficial Advertisements. Advertisers will please re member that copy for a change of ad. MrST be in this office by Saturday Noon in order to insure Publication the following week. SEE Jenkinson Co.'s Great Values in Ladies' Cloaks and Wraps and Furs. Ladies' and Gents' Kid Gloves, and Wool Gloves-Big Values in Millinery. W. E. JENKINSON CO. Read notice of election on page 3. Next week is Fair week in Columbia. Dr. E. A. Gasque, of Marion, spent last Monday in Manning. Mr. Ashley Avant of Cebu, S. C., spent last Monday in Manning. Notices of election will be found on page 3. Be sure to read them. Mr. W. J. Trooblefield, has accepted a position with V. E. Jenkinson Co. Mrs. J. M. Wingate of Sardinia. who has been seiiously ill, is slowly recover ing. One of the young men of Manning wil. be married next week in North Carolina. Mr. Charles E. Bidgood, of Wilming ton, attorney for the Atlantic Coast Line, spent Monday in Manning. Died Monday of last week, near Tur beville, Miss Annie Green, daughter of Mr. Jack Green, aged aboa 24 years. Dr. Hawks will test your eyes free at Rham&'s Druz Store, in Summerton, November 7tbi, to 10th, inclusive. f2t. Rev. W. F. Gibbon, of New Zion, who has been desperately ill has suffi ciently recovered to be able to be out again. Died near Manning last Monday, Mr. Louis Hodge, aged about 26 years. The funeral took place yesterday at Oak Grove. Mr. Rosewell T. Logan of the News and Courier staff spent a part of last week visiting the family of Mr. J. S. Prowden. Hon. E. R. Plowden, after a severe illness at the Brockinton Infirmary, is convalescent, and will return to his home tomorrow. * Mr. Max Krasnoff, of New York, af ter spending a couple of weeks here looking after his local interests, has returned to New York. The managers for the general elec tion should send one of their, number for the b'oxes. The party coming is en titled to per diem and mileage. When we see a marriageable man buying fine candies at Nimmer's on Saturday night, it is a sign that he is not going to live single mnch longer Among the signs of prosperity noted here now, is the number of new bug gies being driven out of town, and the large deposits in the banks by our farmers. *A barn belonging to Mr. D. M. Rogers, nears Davis, was destroyed by fire last Wednesday night and about seven bales of cotton were destroyed. No insurance. Dr. J. A. Duncan, financial agent of Columbia Female College, will present the cause of that institution in an ad dress at Summerton Methodist church next Sunday morning. The commissioners forState ond Fed eral elections met last Taturday in the court house, organized, and appointed managers to conduct the election. The appointments is published elsewhere. It is gratifying to state that the city authorities to whom we appealed last week, gave the necessary orders to Policeman Huggins, and he notified the parties to "get out of town" and they went. Kurapatkin may make himself fa mous for his retreats around Mudkin, bu,t that has nothing whatever to do with the large sales of funiture now being made by S. L. Krasnoff, the furniture man. We are under obligations to Mrs. Joseph Sprott for a copy of "The Union Signal" published at Evanston, Ill, ed ited and managed entirely by women. The paper is a 16-page-pamphlet, neat ly printed and forcefully edited. Read the announcement of "The New Idea." Mr. Max M. Krasnoff has the largest stock of goods he has ever put in his store, and before leaving for New York he gave orders to cut it down by offering the trade bargains. Last Saturday was Manning's field day. The town was crowded all day with shoppers, and every merchant did a large business. The dispensary sold nearly $900 worth of booze, and we are told the deposits in the two banks amounted to nearly 850,000. Mr. A. C. DuBose of Workman met with a painful and serious accident last Thursday at his mill. A belt had slipped and while trying to put it in place. his right arm was caught and severely mashed. Fortunately for him he got his arm out before it was cut off. Cards are out announcing the coming marriage of Mr. Chas. W. Pickering. clerk in the Manning postoffice, and Miss Annie Perry, at the home of the latter in Wake Forest, N. C., Wednes day, Noyemher 2. Miss Perry is a sis ter of Mrs. J. 0. Gough and Mrs. F. 0. Richardson of this town. Quite a sensation has been stirred in the city of Sumter recently, by the ar rest of Mrs. Fannie Bask-in's charged with attempting to burn a residence in which she occupied rooms. It seems that Mrs. Bask-ins occupied rooms in the house of Mr. H. A. Lowry former ly of this town, and several hours after Mrs. Baskins left to visit friends at Bishopville, a fire broke out in her room, an examination was made and the ulace was saturated with Kerosene. The property being insured, the comp troller General sent a detective to Sum ter which resulted in a warrant being issued, and the preliminary will take place tomorrow. We hear almost, every vay farmers complaining of the Manning market not being in comparison with the Sumter market, and as we are in terested in this matter, and no tele phone communication with that town, we take from the Sumter Ttem of Mon cay what cotton brought in that city and also quote what it brought here. Sumter 9:65 to 9:70 Manning 9:6A. Later in the day the market reports in Eicated a slight drop. We mention this is a matter of justice to our local buy ers. There is a difference of about 10 points between this place and Sumter, nd as long as Manning can pay within that difference our market is a11 riirnt nd should be sustained. It is all very well to come here and report how much better Sumter is doing. but it is still better to be fair. Our buyers are doing their utmost to induce cotton to Nan ning, and being sensible men, to ac omplish their aims, they must make this a good market. If troubled with a weak digestion try hamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab tets. They will do you good. For sale y The R. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac N. Loryea, Prop. Republican Convention. The Republicans, num'bering about ;00 assembled in the court house last Nonday to open up their Congressional :ampaign for the First District. The neeting was well conducted. the speak nrs were accorded a respectful hearing Lnd they were applauded quite fre luently. The speeches were notable ,or their conservatism, and freedom rom anything like incendiarism. The meeting was presided over by k. Collins, and R. A. Stewart was nade secretary, both of whom made :he introductory speeches. Then C. P. Ragin from St. Paul was introduced nd he gave an account of his steward ;hip at the recent Congressional con ention. It seems that several of the ;peakers felt called upon to explain why "a white man was nominated" to take the place of the relegated Proleau. . M. English, of Charleston, followed nd he made a very adriot horse-sense speech,and a knowledge of how to reach ,he negroes without being offensive to the white man. He made the point that 1f Parker is the man that is claimed [or him, and will stand by the Consti ution, it will make veey little differ mce to the negro if he is elected, be ause if he stands faithfnily by the onstitution the rights of the negro is ssurred. He is the district chairman, and urged his hearers to vote for the regular nominee J. A. Nolan. T. L. Grant, of Charleston, who by :he way is reputed to be a man of :onside-able means, and who is the elector on the ticket from this district, iscussed national issues with consider ble fluency, and his language was ex :eptionally good, at times he was real loquent, especially in urging his peo ple to do their duty to the party. He predicted the eleetion of Roosevelt and Fairbanks, and laid much stress upon enator Bacon's interview in which bat distinguished man spoke dispair ingly of Democratic success. J. A. Nolan, the nominee of the Re publican party t6 represent this Dis trict in the 59th Congress was the next to speak. Mr. Nolan has for-many years been identified with the dry goods business in Charleston, being salesman and buyer for a leading King Street :oncer3. In 1895 on account of the A. P. A. movement in Charleston and the ;ilver views of the Democratic party e severed his connection with that party and cast his fortunes with the Republicans. He is now their nominee as a reward for his conversion. Nolan .s not a fluent speaker, but he is evi lently a man of ability and standing. e is a member of a number fraternal >rganizations, and recently represented he Dry Goods Salesmen's Union in a iational convention. His speech was ,rincipally an introduction of himself: ihy he came into the party, and pledg ng'his loyalty to the cause. He read :onsiderafyly from the Republican aandbook and told some very pointed okes. After the nominee's speech See -etary Stewart distributed some cam maiogn . literature, Chairman Collins nade a speech and a collection was aken up, to which their was a good -esponse. The main feature of the eeting was the unusually good order, 2 boisterousness, shouts, or other evi ences of booze and ignorance, no hints f oppression or ill treatment from the vhites. They even 'did not complain >f the laws made by the Democrats, aut rested their complaints upon the 2on-enforcement and discrimmination. t was one of the most orderly Republi an gatherings we have ever seen here. Damned if we do, and Damned if we Don't. It has reached our ears that a few squeamish people in this town disap proved of the language employed by us i~n an effort to rid this town of a pest. We have no idea of pleasing everybody, and were we to undertake to shape our :ourse to get the endorsement of every body we would soon find ourself in a position that nobody would care to tand for us. For the sake of these over sensative people we will say, there was nothing in the article, but pure, polite and parlimentary english, language found in our choicest liter a ture, and to Bible readers the stron9' characterizations is not unfamiliar. Notwithstanding the shocked modesty of a very few critics, there are others, among whom are ladies of culture and refinement that endorsed in full our ac tion, by sending us word by their hus bands that we have their congratula tions, and their endorsement. We have been a nublic writer quite a number of years, and our experience teaches us there are circumstances and times when it is absolutely necessary for a publicist to speak out loudly, plainly Rd strongly, and whenever in our judgment such a condition arises we shall always be found doing our duty. To those who criticised us we extend our sympathy in their display of igno. rance, and to those who endorsed our stand we extend our thanks and the promise to always hold our pen ready for the welfare an decency of Manning. BONEFOOD Soft and crooked bones mean bad feeding. Gail the disease rickets if you want to. The .growing child must eat the right food for growth. Bones must have bone food, blood must have blood food and so on through the list. Scott's Emulsion is the right treatment for soft bones in children. Little doses everyday give the stiffness and shape that healthy bones should have. Bow legs become straighter, loose joints grow stronger and firmness comes to the soft heads. Wrong food caused the trouble. Right food will cure it. In thousands of cases Scott's Emusion has proven to be the right food for soft bones in childhood. Send for free sample. SCOTT & EOWNE, Chemists. 409-415 Pearl Street. New York. Summerton Farmers Sensible. Allow me to say through your col umns. that about two weeks ago a num ber of the leading farmers of this sec tion met at Sumrnmerton and effected an organization known as "The Santee, Planters Association," the purpose of which being an organized effort in all matters pertaining to our common in te-est and remedying as far as possible existing evils. it was decided that we sell our cot ton jointly through a sales agent se lected by us, whose duty is to get to gether the cotton that is to be put on the market each week and manage the sale of same. Wednesday of each week was selected as salesday. We have had two such sales result ing very satisfactorily to all parties. A little later we will take up the matter of buying fertilizers and othcr supplies which will be done through our agent. At our meeting last Saturday. after some discussion, it was d'ecided that we hold our cotton as far as practicable.sel ling only so much as may be required to meet present needs. This statement is imade simply to let other sections know what ve propose doing. We notice that in a number of places simi lar action has been taken. If this effort is made all along the line and become general, we feel that a brighter and better day is just before us. OCCASi'NAL. Summerton, Oct. 10, 1904. Danger of a Cough. Pneumonia, gripp, cold, bronchitis ind nearly every other dangerous sick ess of this kind is usually the develop ment of a slight cough. Too many peo ple are laid up and too many die from liseases where they could so easily knock that first congh in the head. lurrav's Horehound Mullein and Tar ures colds. It just drops the bottom ut of a cough. Every druggist has it for 25c a bottle. Remember "Murray's" mnd take no other. Regular 50c size. Foreston News. Editor The Manning Times: The sun has set. gone to brighten ther lands, and cheer other hearts han ours, but do we not know that ere tong the earth will appear as bewitch ngly lovely in a different light? Why, ,ve dearly love every star that twinkles in the sky, while moonlight possesses For us a peculiar facination. If this arthly home which God has made for as to dwell in for a few fleeting years De so fair and beautiful, how transcend ntly lovely must be that heavenly iome which He has prepared for those vho love and serve Him, through the :ountless ages of eternity, the attain ment of which is worthy of every pos ible effort. It is sweet to greet old friends after lo.ig absence, but sad to say good-bye gain. Miss Carrie Blackwell spent Monday night in Foreston on her re :nrn trip to her home in Marion. Mr. J. L. Nettles went to Sumter onday. Mrs. D. M. Wilson and Miss May elle Flagg spent Monday at Wilson's ,ill. Mr. John Mellette, who with his Family, once lived in Foreston, was in :own one day last week. Miss Jeannerette, of Georgetown, was a guest at Mr. Malloy Wilson's Monday night. Mrs.'B. 0. Cantey and Miss Lula antey returned Friday from a several lays' visit to relatives in Sumter and -aesville. Mlisses Maybelle Flagg and Lela Mc Roy, escorted by Messrs Broadway and Eardy went to Greelyville to attend a estival held there Wednesday night. rhe Foreston girls must love to go to reelyville as they take advantage of every occasion. The teacher, Mr. Butler, and pupils f the Foreston school have organized a literary society to meet weekly, * known as --The Friday Afternoon Club." They held their first meeting ast Friday. We hope it may, and have 2 doubt it will prove a source of in-i erest and pleasure as well as improve-| nent We encourage everything tend ig to the cultivation and elevation of he mind and thoughts of the young. Rev. R. L. Grier was installed as< pastor at Brewington church on Fridayt [t was an interesting occasion. We trust that preacher and people may :ontinue mutually pleased for an in lefinite period. The only objection we have to Mr. Grier is that he does not live in Foreston, which we consider] ne of the choicest spots on earth. Everybody would want to live here if they knew the place as we do. - Mr. Flippin Wilson, of Wilson's Mill, was in towvn last week. Miss Janie Land went Friday even ing for a visit to the family of Mr. J. R. Smith on Santee, returning Sunday evenng. Saturday. Misses Florrie and May bele Flagg went to Manning. Mr. A. K. Durham went to Sumter Saturday night. Mr. Joiner, of Greelyville, and' Mr. B. C. White from near Sumter were in Foreston Sunday. Rev. J. J. Myers held services in the Baptist church here Sunday at 11 a. m. and again at 8 p. m. Mr. Marvin Wilson is spending some time at Wilson's Mill. The weather is fearfully dry, but could it be pleasanter or more beauti fuly ' NE310. Niotice to Teachers and Trustees. The School law requires teachers em ployed in the public schools to have their certificates registered in the office of the County Superintendent of Educa ton. Trustees will please not issue a pay1 warrant to any teacher until this law is complyed with. S. P. HOLLADAY, Sup't.. of Education. Oct. 3rd 1904. For Sale-167 acres of land in Har mony township, adjoining lands of You mans and Nelson, said tract has about 75 acres cleared, with a four room ten ant house. Particulars apply to this ofice Character Analysis. "He is a great deal of an optimist," said one bright girl. "Yes,'E answered the other, "and an egotist as well." "Can one be both?" "Certainly. He is cheerful because he firmly believes that the world can not go wrong so long as he lives in it and looks out for it."--Washingtonl Star. A Venus. Sister-You have told me her name, yet I know no more than I did before. Is she beautiful? Brother--Beautiful? Why, she could make even the present fashions look artistic. -New York Weekly.________ Knew by the Question. "Doctor," said the patient, entering the office with a most lugubrious ex pression, "how does a man feel that has indigestion?" Doctor-You haven't got itt-New York Press. FREE TO MOTHERS-A box of Dr. Moffett's "TEETH1NA" (Teething Powders) will be sent without charge to any mother writing Dr. C. J. Moffctt, St. Louis. Mo., giving the name of her ,druggist not keeping it. "TEET HINA" aids digestion, regulates the bowels. overcomes and counteracts the effects Summer's Heat, and makes teething easy. BUSINESS LOCALS. The Furniture Man. Levi Block. Itf Try Pansy Flour you will find it at Rigby -s. Call on S. A. lligby for fine Flour EIe sells Pansy. Get the habit-buys your Groceries from S. A. Rigby. Fine lot of Buggy Robes prices rea sonable. S. A. Rigby. Don't fail to see S. A. Rigby's fine issortment of Rugs. When in need of Buggy Robes, see 3. A. Rigby's new line. Have you seen Krasnoti's Furniture tore in the Levi Block. [tf] N Have you seen Krasnoff's Furniture Store in the Levi Block. itf] Rugs: is: at S. A. luI'gby's. Big issortment of fine Rugs. Have you seen Krasnoff's Furniture store in the Levi Block. [tf] I Wood's Wheat Seed is the best. rhe R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Have you seen Krasnoff's Furniture M store in the Levi Block. [tf} S. L. Krasnoff, Undertaker. John V. Heriot, Funeral Director. A beautiful Piano for sale at Kras ioff's Furniture Store. $50.00. Have you seen Krasnoff's Furniture tore in the Levi Block. [tf] S. L. Krasnoff, Undertaker. .lohn K_ ;. Heriot, Funeral Director. Old Clothes made new at the Man ing Laundry and Pressing Club. We clean and press Pants for 25cts. Janning Laundry and Pressing Club. Plant Wood's tested and true Wheat eed. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Have your Clothes cleaned and ressed at the Manning Laundry and ressing Club. Satisfaction guaranteed. rust the thing you are lookinz for in lugs, 36 inche squares at 25o. S. A. ligby. Send vour old Suit to The Manning aundry and Pressing Club and have hem look new for 75 cents. WALL PAPER. All Kinds of Paperhanging and Decorating Work Done I make a specialty of Hotel and Vhole House Work. Lowest Estimates for High Grade Work. Will guarantee my work to stay n the wall. Can save you 25 per cent. J. H. ORVIN, lANNING, S. C. Directing Funerals. We have an up-to-date- Under taking Establishment, and carry a full line of Caskets, Coffins, and Undertakers' Supplies, from the cheapest to the best State Casket Our beautiful Hearse is a great addition in this department, and puts us an a level with the larger undertakers in the State, and we have men graduates in this pro fession, sober and reliable. . L. KRASNOFF, UNDERTAKER. F. W. HERIOT. FUN~ERAL DIRECTOR. SLevi Block, Manning, S. C. A large and prominent Life Insu ance Company is offering excellent ontracts to those wishing to engage inm LIFE INSURANCE _ usiness. Anyone desiring full par sic lars should a ddress, IANAGER, P. 0. Box 544, Charleston, S. C. . .THE .. . B. LORYEA DRUG STORE, ISAAC M. LORYEA, Prop., Sign of the . .. Golden Mortar, Beg to inform their many friends and custom-~ rs that they are prepared to supply their wants etherr acul and coelety. line in every de-__ artment of the DRUG BUSINESS td every attention is shown to the wants of heir customers. For Many Year~s Ie have endeavored to give the very best at ention to our customers' wants. and feel that-e re have succeeded. Our stockt of DRUGS, MEDICINES and CHEMICALS _ .s complete in every particular and every and a he in need of PUiE RUtS and MEDI TNES call on us and we can give you general MIORDERS receive our careful and Im nediate attention on day of receipt. - We hope for your kind patronage which for. ears we have earnestly striven to merit. ISAAC M. LORYEA, Proprietor, Skgn or the - Golden Mortar *~MANNINC, S. C. P-~ HONE NO. 2. THE CHAMPION STUMP PULLER, The Strongest, the Simplest and most eco nomical of all Stump Hullers. Try it be fore you pay for it. Guaranteed to pull Write for Free Bookle dgiving terms and prices. THE CHAMPION STUMP PULLER CO., coL~umaL. s. C. Trespass Notice. All persons are prohibited from tres passing upon the lands of J. F. Cutter, H. M. Mims, Mrs. S. E. Mims and G. B. Mims. All parties found trespassing on the lands owned by the undersigned will _ beprosecutedi. J. F. CUTTER. H. M. MIMS. G. B. MIMS m1T~~XflProprietor of Rhame's D. O. RHAME, Drug Store, is a Ii V censed Druggist and a member of the State Phar maceutical Association, with eighteen (18) years' CONTINNUous experience compounding prescrip tions. Further comment is unnecessary. WRITING PAPER. Several new designs just in, for dainty and fashionable notes. Some very nice paper at loc. per box. Photograph Frames. A good many kinds at RHAME'S DRUG STORE. Some nice Books to read at RHAME'S DRUG STORE. IIic j eZor -i 444+++4 4 4 4 t'+++++ ++++4 Shaving Outfits, for those who shave at home - make nice gifts foryour gentlemen friends. -For sale at RHAME'S M DRUG STORE. Fine China, Such as Chocolate Pitchers, Cake Plates, Cracker Jars, Vases, etc., make splendid Wedding and Christmas Presents. Rhame's Drug Store has them on display. Come and see them. Prescriptions a Specialty at RHAME'S 1)RUG STORE. (Our motto is "The Best or None.") SUMMERTON, S. C. ANNOUNCEMENT. I want to thank the people of Clarendon county for their past and present patronage and I assure you one and all the same is very much appreciated by me. I extend to all my friends a cordial invitation to inspect my Fall line of Dry Goods, Shoes, Etc., and I will say if prices and quality count for any thing, I know I can please the most fastidious. Watch my advertisements and you will know where to obtain a good quality of Merchandise at very reasonable prices. I have in my- Dress Goods department: 30-inch Cheviot Mixture at......... ....0 per yard. 30-inch Scotch Mixture at.............0c per yard. Nun's Veiling at.....................50c per yard. ICrepeline at...................... ..50 per yard. I defy competition on my entire line of Shoes as to quality and prices. Once you buy my Shoes I will always have you as a customer. My Gent's Furnishing Goods IDepartm~enlt is fall of good things and anything you need in our line you will find here, and the price-well. we will not mention prices as you might think we carry shoddy goods. Notions. No matter what notion strikes you, come our way and look over our line. We know we can iplease I you in anything yoii need. Huylers Candies. Remember us when you want good Candies. We handle Haylcr's Candies exclusively and 'everybody knows the merits of these goods. Come to see me. |_C)LJI LEV\/. ..i-uman-----nmmenmmmmHHI ....ABOUT THE... And the Rapid Moving of Our Mam moth Fall Stock. I ~ We have had the opening and we return our sincere thanks to those of our friends and customers who favored us with their presence during this grand occasion. We have also been spending our time considerably showing goods and talking styles for the past few weeks, and now that October is fast ushering in with her breezy nights and balmy mornings reminds us and surely will remind you of the fact that you will soon need to do your fall buying of-a fine Dress, a finc Hat, a fine pair of Shoes and many other comforts relative to happiness and good health. Well, the MUTUAL keeps her eyes open along the line of her customers' needs and takes this opportunity of proclaiming the good t eews. Get our October Sale prices on the nice Dress that you want, now. You can have it. of the new Broadeloth, this season's fab rics. You can have it-from the fine shirred Zibelines. You can have it from the Mannish Mixtures or the Water-Proof Craven ettes, or the Wool Serges, Wool Granites, ete. Great line of Black Dress Goods to buy from. Special in Black yard-wide Pea de Soie Silk at S1 the yard. Yard-wide guaranteed Black Taffeta at S. I IOUR :- OCTOBER :- HATS> Are priced low dowis, so if you want to get a Hat that is fall of style and good looks and at the same time save several dollars on it, come in during our October Sale and let Miss Clary design this Hat for you. Remember we give you your money back if you are not entirely satisfied. Now, in addition to our first thought being of the ladies and their wants, we have a pretty good second thought about our fellowman as well, and have gathered together for his considera tion the following lines, which we have made as strong as the rocks themselves: Good Shoes at Good Prices, Hats, Caps, Shirts, Underwear, Hosiery. Hand kerchiefs, Neckwear and Pants. We also carry the greatest line of Boys' Knee Saits in iawn from 3 years old to 16. LADIES. we invite your careful attention to our stylish Jack ets and Furs, and we know if you are to buy one this season-we will be the happy merchants to sell you. Have you seen our "Buster Brown" Stockings for Boys? and "Buster Brown's" sister's Stockings for Girls? If you have not, - we just want you to see and try a pair of them and we know that the question of keepingthe little fellows and the little fellows' sisters in Hose will be solved. We are sole agents for these in Manning. The price is only 25e per pair. MUTUAL DRY GOODS COMPHY IW.EB. JEWINSHN CO.'S Big~ Furniture Sale. As we have now in our ware room and show rooms one of the largest stocks of fine and medium-priced Oak Furniture ever seeni in this part of the State. IWe have determined to hold a Special Furniture Sale in order to bring this department prominently before the public, Starting Monday Morning, October 17, and! lasting all the Week, until all adver tised Goods are Sold. We vish to emphasize the fact that we are going to hold this SSpecial Furniture Sale to bring this department prominently before Sthe public and to establish the fact beyond doubt that the way- we _handle Furniture on the departmnent store plan enables us to sell Sand we are selling Furniture cheaper than it was ever sold in thns Stown before. Prices Speak Aloud, While Brag Only .Whispers. ~Here are some of the big things we propose to do: Twety-ivePoplar Bed Room Suits, imitation Mahogany, Wash StnDresser, with American (Glass Mirror, Bedstead all fitted wittf Srollers and casters; these Suits while they are worth from $1-2.50 to -- $15, we let them go at this sale for only $9.75. Twenty-five nice Solid Oak Bedroom Suits, Dresser, Wash Sta n Bed, all sold at $20, but they go in this sale at $15 Suit. Trwenty-five nice Oak Bed Room Suits, very fine finish German SPlate Glass, well worth $25, but they go at this sale for only $20. Fifty fine Oak Bed Room Suits that sell from 25.00 to 75.0 - tha t we w~ill sell for the cash at greatly reduced prices at this sale. STwenty-five nice Wire or Tin Safes, value 4.00, will be soldI at S3.00 during this sale. Twenty-five nice Wire or Tin Safes, with linen drawer, real 5.00~ v alue, will be sold at 3.50 for this sale. Twenty-five nice Wire or Tin Safes, with linen drawer and cnp Sboard, sold at 6.00, will go at this sale for only 5.00. SOne hundred nice Oak and Poplar Beds will be sold at sale S3One hundred nice Iron Beds will be put down very low for the cash SAfull and large line of Sideboards, Wardrobes, Chiffoniers. Hall Racks, Willow Rockers, Oak Rockers and all kinds of Chairs Swill be put on sale at greatly reduced prices. We~ mean just what we say. If you wish to buy some cheap Furniture attend this sale and you will not go off disappointed. Yours truly, I . K. JENKINSON CO