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MANNING, S. C.. DEC. 14, 1904.
Publishes All County and Town Of ficial Advertisements. Advertisers will please re t o~ member that copy for a . change of ad. MUST be in this office by Saturday Noon in order to insure publication the following week. Old Santa Claus' Headquarters at W. E. Jenkinson Co.'s. Old Santa Claus has made our store his headquarters this Christmas. Here you will find the greatest line of Toys. Dolls, and Christmas Goods to be found in this market. Something for every body-for children, the young men and the young ladies, as well as the old folks. Our stock of Dry Goods. Clothing, Shoes, Ladie's Cfoaks, Wraps, and Furs was never in better shape. If you need a nice Overcoat or a nice suit for your little boy, it will pay you to see us. Special holiday prices on our entire stock of Furniture. A special line of Willow Rockers for the holiday trade. Don't fail to see the splendid bargains we are showing in finl Room Suits. W. E. JENKINSON CO. Miss Bloom Lark of Texas, is here on a visit to her aunt Mrs. F. C. Thomas. . There will be some important busi ness changes in Manning next month Capt. W. C. Davis is in Charleston attending the Grand Lodge of Masons. Mrs. Annie Kennedy of Sumter is visiting her sister Mrs. Reese near Alcola. Mrs. Joseph Cockerall of Columbia is in Manning visiting her sister Mrs. D. M. Bradham. Miss Mayme Harvin after spending several weeks in Marion county has returned home. John W. Huggins has received notice of his appointment on the State con stabulary force. Mr. R. D. Thompson of the Fork, is visiting his daughter Mrs. Alice Con yers at Timmonsville. McLeod's store is daily filled with buyers taking advantage of his clea. ance sale. Read his ad. Mr. H. B. Tindal of Greenville spent last Saturday in Manning prior to leav ing for his home Sunday morning. On the 22nd, at the residence of Mr. J. J. Harvin, near Alcolu, W. B. Cos tin and Mrs. A.C. Boozer will be united in marriage. The congregations which Rev. R. L. Grier serves have presented him with an elegant Summer buggy, a set of harness and a lap robe. Our newly elected county officials have received notices of their elections and are -now qualifying to assume charge on January first. Died, near Foreston, Sat-urday 3nd, instant, -Mrs. Annie Richbourg, aged 97 years. The deceased was a sister-in law of Judge J. E. Richbourg. The tournament committee is mak ino-g active preparations for a swell time on the 29th and the indications are that this affair will be a great social event. The friends of Mr. A. J. Hicks, of Seloc, winl be glad to know that his mind and health is about completely re stored, and that he is back at home -again. Next week our college boys and girls will be coming home from the various *colleges, and until they return to their books it will be a merry time among them. *Vennine's jewelry store is one of the most poputar places in town, because he has such a nice lot of pretty and useful articles for weedmng and Christ mas presents. t4 Louis Levi is ellingout his stock of winter goods at cost to get ,ready for a large spring stock already bought. Boys remember he keeps Huyler's celebrat ed candies. Died at Florence last Wednesday, Mrs. Eleanor Lee, an aunt of Mr. J. M. Lee ,of Alcolu. The deceased was 83 years old, a devout chiristain and a lov ing mother. The Charlotte Observer announces the sudden death of John R. Wilborn, a popular young traveling man, who visits this town in the interest of M. Cohen & Sons, Richmond, Va. Mr. John K. Breedin was among the law class last week which was admitted to the Bar by the State supreme court We wish this bright young man a suc cessful career in his chosen profession. Mr. M. M. Krasnoff arrived from New York to remain during the holi days, and while here it is his purpose to unload his big stock before the Jan uary stock-taking. There will be a Christmas tree at Grange Hall Paxville, Thursday eve ning, Decem~ber 22nd, at 7 o'clock. Refreshments will be served for the benefit of the school. Come one, come all. Dr. W. M. Brockinton, who accom panied Clerk of Court Timmons to Bal timore returned home Sunday night, and reports Mr. Timmons as having had an operation performed and is get ting on nicely. Aaron P. Prioleau, recent candidate for Congress from this district, was con victed in the United Stsates court in Charleston, last Monday. The charge against him was tampering with the mails when he was a mail clerk. The local Woodmen are to sit down to a banquet this evening at the Cen tral Hotel. The editor of THE TIEs regrets that a previously accepted in vitation to a "smoker" at the Commer cial Club in Charleston prevents his attending, nevertheless he appreciates the invitationi. Again we call attention to the evil of fast driving around our street corn ers. Last Saturday a negro, while crossing the street was run over, and it was only a miracle that he was not seriouslyv hurt. The council should pub lish an ordinance against fast driving upon our streets. A gentleman from the Paxville sec tion called our attention to a piece of read on the edge of this town which should receive the immediate attention of the town authorities. He says that just beyond what is known as the Col lins place the road is so bad that many prefer to go elsewhere rather than take the chances of bogging down with heavy loads. We hope the council will look after this at once, and if they find the bad -road, extends beyond the town limits, make arrangements with, the county supervisor to have it repairea, so that traffic will not be interfered with. There is considerable complaint among the patrons of the post-office, about people stopping in the lobby to read their mail. The lobby is sufficient lv wide for the box renters to get their maail and go out, but some have a habit of using the place as an office to the inconvenience of others. We hope this hint will be regarded, and the practice of obstructing the passage will be stopped. Say "Murrays." When you've got a bad cough just say "Murray's." If a druggist gives you anything but Murray's Horehound, MIullein aud Tar you're not getting the best and surest cough remedy. Make him give you Murray-s. Acts quicker and you get a 50e. size bottle 25c. Every druggist has it. In mentioning the burglarizing of the depot last week we did not know until after the paper was published the full extent of the depradations. Upon examination. it was found that besides breaking open a draw. and attempting to get into the safe, they bursted -open two trunks belonging to Mrs. Barnett and Miss Loryea and robbed them of considerable valuable clothing. The railroad company will make good this loss to these ladies. Driven to Desperation. Living at an out of the place, remote from civilization, a family is often driveo to desperation in case of acci dent' resulting in Burns. cuts. wounds ulcers, etc. Lay in a supply of Buck len's Arnica Salve. It's the best on earth. 25c. at The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. We were walking with a stranger a few days ago, and on reaching the store of W. E. Jenkinson Company, he was struck with the good taste displayed in the show windows; and on going in side he was amazed to see an establish ment of this size. Why. said he, "this store would do credit to a city of 20, 000 inhabitants." There is no doubt about it, Jenkinson has a display of goods which is bound to attract, and his business methods insures a tremend ous trade. During the holidays Jenkin son is taking advantage of the depres sed condition of the cotton market to unload and the trading public is profit ing by his determination to keep from carrying over his large stock. There never was a better tune to buy goods than now, and a scanning over Jenkin son's advertisements will be profitable to the trading public. Startling Evidence, Fresh testimony in great quantity is constantly coming in, declaring Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds to be unequaled. A recent expression from T. J. McFar land, Bentorville, Va.. serves as ex ample. He writes: "I had Bronchitis for three years and doctored all the time without being benefited. Then I began takin* Dr. King's New Dis covery, and a few bottles cured me." Equally effective in curing all Lung and Throat troubles, Consumption, Pneumonir and Grip. Guaranteed by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Trial bottles free, regular sizes 50c. and $1. The negro Ned Mackey, who last week terrorized the negroes in the Sil ver section. by killing with6ut any ap parent provocation Dave Connors, and seriously wounding Lynton Butler. and who was the object of several searching parties headed by the sheriff, came to Manning last Thursday night and sur rendered himself to Mr. W. T. Tobias, night watchman. Mr. Tobias was talk ing to several men, when Mackey peeping around Levi's corner called to him, and when he approached Mackey told him he was the man who killedt Connors and wanted to go to jail. He said he would have come in sooner but was afraid he would be killed. When asked why he killed Connors his reply was that "he was interfering with his family business." He also said he had no intention of hurting any one else, that he had killed the man who inter fered with his family. and was satisfied to bear the consequences. Mackey was turned over to Policeman Clark and put in the guardhouse until morning, and from there he was lodged in jail. That Throbbing Headache. Would quickly leave you, if you used Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands of sufferers have proved their match less merit for sick -and nervous head aches. They make pure blood and build up your health. Only 25 cents, money back if not cured. Sold by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. For Sale, one lot at Jordan containing 12k acres.5 room dwelling, good garden, and orchard, barn and stables, a store house, 20x30 feet, gin house 35x50 feet, two- stories,, and two tenant houses. This is a bargain Apply to Louis Ap pelt. Sick Feed pale girls on Scott's Emulsion. We do not need to give all the reasons why Scott's Emulsion restores the strength and flesh and Color of good health to those who suffer from sick blood. The fact that it is the best preparation of Cod Liver Oil, rich in nutrition, full of healthy stimulation is a suggestion as to why it does what it does. Scott's Emulsion presents Cod* Liver Ol at its best, fullest in strength, least in taste. Young women in their "teens " are permanently cured of the peculiar disease of the blood which shows itself in paleness, weakness and nervous ness, by regular treatment with Scott's Emulsion. - It is a true blood food and is naturally adapted to the cure of the blood sickness from which so many young women suffer. We will be glad to send - a sample to any sufferer. Be sure that this picturc in the form of a label is on the wrapper of every bottle of -Emulsion you buy. scoTT & BOWNE, Chemists; me409Parl St. New York. D. 0. Rhame's Drug Store at Sum merton, urges his customers to come and look over his stock of Christ mas presents before buying, and by all means come early, before the rush that always comes the two days before Christmas. Special attention is called to the line of Perfumery, Pictures, Pic ture Frames, Picture Books, Brush and Comb sets, Hand Bags, Hand Bags, by the way, are a very popular and useful gift. Remember that Rhame's Drug Store always carries a tirst class line of Cut Glass and China. Lap Desks, Ink Stands, Silver Hand Bells, Silver Match Boxes, Silver Mounted and Plain Hand Mirrors Fi,ne Cerese Red Lamps. Music Boxes at prices. rang ing from $3.50 to $10.00. Musical Clocks and Albums. Placques of va rious sizes. Dolls, Tea Sets, Pin Trays, Candle holders, Knife and scissors Sets. Work Boxes, Boxes of Writing Paper in many shapes and sizes. Rhame's Drug Store also offers some fine Turquoise Blue Watches with Chatelaine Pins. Solid Gold Brooches, Solid Gold Rings and Scarf Pins. A fine line of teachers Bibles, Sunday School Bibles. Testaments, Calendars and Christmas Cards. Christmas Boxes of Cigars. Come and look at Rhame's Drug Store, you will be welcome and under no obligations to buy unless you feel like the prices and goods justify you. A Certain Cure for Group. When a child shows symptoms of croup there is no time to experiment with new remedies, no matter how highly they may be recommended. There is one preparation that can al ways be depended upon. It has been in use for many years and has never been known to fail, viz: Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Mr. M. F. Compton of Market Texas, says of it, "I have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in severe cases of croup with my children, and can truthfully say it always gives p.ompt relief." The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. The Sheriff is After Them. A few days ago "Ap." Frierson, and the wife of J. E. Fludd, joined fortunes and skipped out. "Ap" leaving a wife and several children, and Mrs. Fludd a husband. Mr. Fludd was indignant at his wife's hurried departure. had a warrant issued, and took the train for Charleston; but on arriving there he ascertained that the couple had gone to Georgia. Deternined to punish the man who robbed himiof his wife's affec tions, and the woman for her unfaith fulness, he kept his ear to the ground to hear of their whereabouts. Monday he learned they were in Valdosta, Ga., and be caused their detention until the sheriff could get there. Sheriff Davis left to bring back the erring couple yesterday, but on reaching Columbia he found the Governer away and he could not get the necessary papers. He returned home andexpects to hear from the Governor to-night. There are crimes that should be pun ished, even if those committing them go to the ends of the earth, no expense should be spared to satisfy justice, but the line should be drawn on such cases as we have related.What good will it do society to have this man and woman back in Manning. Convict them, and afterthey have paid the penalty, they are still the same leopards, their spots are unchanged. The bringing back of this couple will cost the county quite a sum of money, and we cannot see where the county is to be benefitted. The warrant was placed in the sheriff's hands and strictly-under the law it was his business to execute it, but had he fled it in his office to await their com ing back into the county, we believe it would have had the effect of ridding the community of them forever. As it is they wilhe brought back and re main a scab on our social system. We regret.very much that our sheriff feels cmpelled to take this expensive trip to Georgia to bring back a man and woman of the lower strata of society, who are leading immoral, lives, when e can be kept busy in the endeavor to run down capture and execute a war ant in his office for Robert Stukes, a murderer, who is at large, and is re orted to be a constant visitor to this ounty. The capture of Stukes would be more gratifying to the general pub lic than the bringing. back of "Ap." rierson and his concubine. A brilliant man once said: Dr. King's arsaparilla is the most wonderful medicine I ever saw. I was run down, ervous, weak, could not sleep-was a sick man. I took a thorough course six bottles-and am well. JNO. W. STAGG. And it only makes men as good as new; but women -as well. Sold by Dr. W. E. Browne & Co. The Electric Line. We mentioned last week the pros pective electric railway from Wright's Bluff through Summerton to Manning. This is no dream, but a stern reality, the progressive business ^men of the Santee section together with some in Manning~and some outside capital are in earnest about it. On Tuesday of last week a meeting was held in Summerton which was very satisfactory. A num ber who were expected did not arrive, but wrote letters approving the scheme several of these letters came from prominent business men in George town and Columbia. At the suggestion of many of those who could not attend the first meeting. it was decided to hold another tomorrow. At the meet ing tomorrow it is expected that anum ber from Charleston, Georgetown, Columbia and Manning will be present and it is arranged to take the visitors in carriages through the section pro posed, in order that they may obtain an idea of the value of the country. We would not be surprised, within the next year to realize an opening to~ the water route by means of an electric railroad. The men behind this move ment know the county and its possibili ties, and with the proper encourage ment from those who should be inter ested Manning and the entire Santee section will be unbottled, and put in a position to get freight rates on all mer chandise. Every farmer and merchant should feel an interest in this project, as its success means much for them. When we first heard of the scheme we thought like many others that "there was nothing to it" but we are of a dif ferent view now, and are convinced that if the people of this section will pull together this railroad can and will be built. A Topic Party. On Friday evening Rev, and Mrs. J. M. Holladay gave in honor of Miss Emma Ayres of Virginia a Topic Party to a number of young people of the town. The manse was beautifully decorated in holly and mistletoe, suggestive that the Christmas season was at lanfd. Mrs. Holladay attired in agray crepe de chene received the guests. Miss Ares was handsomely gowvned in vio let crepe de chene over taffeta, and ornaments of pearls. The guests were presented with cards bearing a number of questions, each of which had reference to some person present. The questions were discussed by the guests and at the con clusion the person referred to was call ed upon to g- ve an answer to the ques tion. This afforded a great amount of amusement .to the listeners and con fusion to the rep~~er. At 11:30 light refreshments were served in the dining hall. The following guests were present: Ladie's: Misses Dove, Ingram, Hattie and Ada Bagnal, McCullough, Harvin, Nelson. Gentlemen: Messrs. Horton, Charles and Lucius Harvin. Barron, McIntosh, Bradham. Boyd, Muldrow, and Rev. R. T. Gier. An Episcopal Ordination. There will be an unusually interest ing and solemn service in St. Matthias' church, Summerton, on next Sunday, December 18th. At this service the Rev. R. Maynard Marshall, whom the Bishop of the Diocese, placed in charge of the work in Summerton, will be ordained to the Sacred Priesthood. Rev. Marshall has served over a year in the Dioconate, and has been recommended to the Bishop, after examination. by the Standing Committee of'the Disocese for ordination to the Priesthood. The Rev. John Kershaw, D. D., Rec- I tor of historic St. Michaels' Parish, Charleston, will present the candidate. The Holy Order will of course be con ferred by the Rt. Rev. Ellison Capers, D. D., BishopV of the Diocese. It is probable that Rev. H. H. Coy ington, Rector of the Parish of the Holy Comforter, Sumter, will also be present and will, with Dr. Kershaw, unite with the Bishop in the "laying on of hands." The Sermon, setting forth the honor and responsibility of the Priestly office, will be delivered by the Bishop. This will be the frst occasion on which the church's Ordination to either the Dioconate or Priesthood shall have occured in St. Matthias' Mission. Evening prayer will be said at seven o'clock, at which service the Rev. Dr. Kershaw will deliver the Sermon. All who are interested are urged to be present at both of these acts of Di vine service and Worship. The hour for the morning service is half past eleven. BUSINESS LOCALS. The Furniture Man. Levi Block. [tf Dolls, Toys, etc., for Xmas, all kinds, at Rigby's. .Fireworks! Fireworks! Toys! Toys! at P. B. Mouzon's. [tf Who is the high price-breaker and low-price maker in Manning, S. I. Till, Manager, for J. W. McLeod, Levi Block When in need of Cereal Goods of all kinds you can find them at Mouzon's Grocery. Plant Wood's tested and true Wheat Seed. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Fireworks, Toys, etc., at P. B. Mou Zon's. [tf Make the Xmas cake and buy the in gredients from S. A. Rigby's. Wood's Wheat Seed is the best. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Boys, buy that Gun from Dickson Hard ware Co.. they are underselling the cut price. The Price is Cut, the move is on, at Rigby's. See the Beautiful Doll "Lucky" to be given away at S. A. Rigby's. Certainly you can get a nice Neck tie or Muffier or Embroidered Center Piece or Scarf for your friend for Xmas at J. W. McLeod's, Levi Block. Dickson Hardware Co. has a full line of Guns, Ammunition, Boots and Coats. When you want Toys and Fireworks call at P. B. Mouzon's. [tf B3uy your Heaters and Cook Stoves from Dickson Hardare Co. and save money. Strayed-,On the premises of the un dersigned a white and brindle ox. The owner can have him by paying damages and expenses. Richmond Belser. [2t For Winter Lap Robes, Riding Sad les, repair parts of Harness, Extra Buggy Shafts, Poles and Vv hips go to Legg & Hutchinson. Let's plant a few acres of tobacco so e can have some money next summer. oit can get the Seed by calling on your friend R. D. Clark'.- [tf A'few more Sample Hats left, come ad get yours before Christmas. J. W. MecLeod, Levi Block. Go to Mouzon's Grocery for Raisins, urrants, Citron, Figs, Dates, Nuts, Apples, Oranges, Banansas and Vegeta les, fresh, just in. Have you ever really thought how heap you can get goods at J. W. Mc eod's-nice suit for men at $3.-Levi Block. No wonder our store is always crowd ea with satisfied customers-Mens' suits $3.; Mens' Overcoats $3.; Mens' Eats 25c.; Ladies' Hats 25c. and all. such things. J. W. McLeod, Levi Block Legg & Hutchinson have just re eived a large shipment of Buggies, Wagons and Harness, they are offering big bargains for cash or on time. Two weeks yet and this big sale of ours will be in history. Come before the goods are gone. J3. W. McLeod, Levi Block To Rent-The Manning Hotel. Loca tion excellent. Patronage good. Apply to Wilson, DuRant & Muldrow, Man ning, S. C. Now won't you feel bad when you pay $2. for a hat and come and see the sane thing at McLeod's for $1. With every ten cents purchase of Toys at Rigby's you get a chance at the Doll. A few shares of Building and Loan stock for sale, apply to Charlton Du Rant See the nice assortment of white, black, and brown Scarfs, Silk Handker chiefs and Mvuffiers for Xmas presents at J. W. McLeod's, Levi B3lock. Let's plant a few acres of tobacco so we can have some money next summer. You can get the Seed by calling on our friend R. D. Clark. [tf Coming Dec. 20 ! THE ROYAL ENTERTAINERS 0. PAUL SMITh- and WILLARD GjORTON,. T wo of the cleverest artists ever seen in Manning. This ininmitable show is the first of its kind ever presented on our stage and is sure to please everybody, old and young alike. Willard Gorton's famous character sketches with impersonations and 6-. Paul Smith's artistic sand etchings are simply marvelous and no audi ence can fail to be charmed with them. The dainty duologue, the mirth provoking feature of this show, will .e exceptionally amusing to chil dren,therefore the management have determined to give themn all a chance to be present by again offering spe cial prices of admission for all school children, and will place on sale Mon day, 19th, and Tuesday, 20th, at The Manning Grocery Company, 100 gen eral admission tickets at 15c and 50i reserved seats at 20c. Regular general admission for adults 50c, and reserved seats 60c. Out-of-town persons can arrange for seats, etc., by communicating with C. R. Breedin, 'phone 81. JA. WElNBERG, LAWYER. MANNING. S. C. Prompt and careful attention given to ll bnsinae CHOCOLATE DLS ~ BM PITCHERS. DOLLS ALBUMS. COMB. BRUSH & MIRROR. CRACKER JAR. CXE PLATE. CUP & SAUCER. PICTURE FRAMES. CUT GLASS. BOOKS. BOOKS. BOKS. The Above Articles for Sale at Rhame's Drug Store, SUMIERTON, S. C. Proprietor of Rhame's S D. O. RHAME, is store i a li censed Druggist and a'member of the State Phar maceutical Association, with eighteen (18) years' CONTINUOUS experience. compounding prescenp tions. Further comment is unnecessary. ANNOUNCEMENT. I want to thank the people of Ciarendon county Ifor their past and present patronage and I assure you Ione 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. SDry 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 obtsin a* good quality of Merchandise at Svery reasonable prices. I have in my Dress Goods department: 36-inch Cheviot Mixture at......... ...50eper yard. 36-inch Scotch Mixture at..............50 per yard. Nn's Veiling ait........ .....;0c per yard. Crepeline at........ ....... ...... . --5c per yard. Idefy competition on my entire line of Shoes as Sto quality and prices. Once you buy my Shoes I will always have you as a customer. is fall of good things and anything you need in ourF Sline you will find here. and the price-well. we will not mention priecs as you might think we carry Sshoddy goods. Notions. INo matter what notion strikes you, come our way and look over our line. We know we can please you in anything you need. Huyler's Candies. SRemember us when you wvant good Candies. We handle Huylor's Candies exclusively and everybody knows the merits of those goods. E. C. HORTON, JR. T. MITCHELL WELLS. IECIAL EFFORT SALE We are making special efforts on the prices of Boys Knee Suits for the remaining days of November and.the first ten days of December. We want the cash wrapped., up in this Clothing and our prices will get.it. SPECIAL EFFORTS to keep our prices on Shoes way down, and remember this fact that only good Shoes, solid,,,: Shoes, will be found in our place. SPECIAL EFFORTS on Ladies' Cloaks. Skirts and . I Furs. Our Ladies' Skirts were late in arriving so th-o means that they must be sold and sold quick, aid nothing will do it better than the prices we are making just now. SPECIAL EFFORTS on Dry Goods, Dress Goods, I Silks and all kindred goods, and will be money in your pccket to trade with us now. I SPECIAL EFFORTS on Millinery. Only about one mouth longer to close out our Millinerynd. we-willinak4 prices that will do this. Ou- stock is very complete. fore . this season-of the year and we certainly can get your Hat up in good style. - SPECIAL RFFORTS all the way through our store, to push out our large stock of goods-they must be sold ' Yours truly, SMUTUL DRY GOODS LUTHER MelNTOSH.w.TE VRL We are now about to pass the last milestone in the .rs - tory. We'wl no ev efunturned to attain this end Every department in our great store will be repete withth~ most saleable merchandise in order that the best resultsma obtained. Look out for our great Holiday ad. ~this week, it cnan very, interesting -matter for everybody-the rich, the poorhe~ young and the old, can all come and select suitable gifts to mk~~ Christmas joyous and.happy. DiD YOU KNOW That we hiave now in stock the greatest line of Gent's, Iddies~ and Children's Shoes toabe found in this part of the State.> A full stock of the famous H: C. GODMAN Shoes. A full stock of T. D.Ba'rry fine Shoes for Men. That we have now in stock the greatest line of Ladies'; Gent s and Children's Wool and Cotton Knit Underwear to bes found in this town? Men's nice Fleece-Lined Undervest and Drawers to match, only 50 and 75c per suit. Ladies' heavy Jersey Ribbed Vest and Pants to match, only 50 and 75c per suit. It will pay you to see our great line of Winter Underwear arid be convinced that W. E. JENKINSON COMPANY back up what they say. That our stock of Men's. Boys' and Children's Clothing, Over-4 --- coats and Odd Pants is complete in every department?. A large line of Gent's Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Neck wear, Collars and Cuffs. Gent's, if you need nice Clothing at rock-bottom prices, here is the place to come. Did You Know, Ladies, That we have just gotten a iarge line of Fancy Neckwear, late style Belts, New Lace Collars for the Holiday trade? Won't you please come and give this department a look. Did You Know, Ladies, That we have just gotten for the Holiday trade a large stock of Embroidery Silk Floss? If you want to do some nice little piece of art for a Holiday gift better come here and get your Silk Floss. We have just what you need. Ladies, You All Know Thait w e car ry the greatest stcck of Kid Glov es and Fabric Gloves in town? Just see du great stock of Gloves now and you will see at once that you wil see at once that you will have no trouble to get what y.ou need in Gloves. You Don't Know, But We are here to tell you that we have the greatest stock of Furniture and House furnishing Goods to be found in this part of the State. A great big hail 125 feet long crowded with a grand line of Bedroom Suits, Sofas, Wardrobes, Side boards, Hall Racks, Chiffoniers, Chairs of all kinds. Everything that is needed in housefnrnishing can be had here. Now if you want to make your good wife a present of a nice Suit of Furm ture or a pair of nice Willow Rockers or anything else in the. Furniture hine come here and we will do you good. Yours truly, IW..JENKINSON CO.