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M ANNING. S. C., NOV. IS. 1905. 1 PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. _- ---- t StISCRIPTION RATES: One year ....................... g0 Six mnonth,..----...... ............-- - - Foui months.........................- - - ADVERRTIsING RATES: One square, one time, 51: each cubs equent in 1 sertion. 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes Of Respect charged for as regula: advertisements. Libe:a1 contracts made for three. six and twelve i Co:nmunicattons must De accompanied by the It Sea? -inme and address of the writer in order to r ecei ve attention. \o communication of a personal character t will be published except as an advertisement. Entered at the Postonce at Manning as se:-- Ii ond Class matter. I A BASE MISREPRESENTATION. I The Southern Christian Advo. cate, of Spartanburg of Nov. 12 in commenting on "Prohibition Successess" makes the following wild and inacurate statement. In Clarendon County, "all but two small boxes give prohibition 1,445 and the dispensary 56S, a majority against the sale of liquorof 877 votes. The over whe:ming vote was beyond the expecta tions of the most sanguine among the prol:ibitionists." * * In some coun ties trouble is expected. The whiskey men are making desperate efforts to re tain whiskey. We were in Clarendon i cout-ty the day after the election, and wer- told of some of the methods there. The :aw requires thirty days' notice for i a special election. The supervisor was approached repeatedly and urged to pub'.sh the notice. Each time he prom ised to do so, and each time he failed to keer his promise. His advertisement gave only eighteen days' notice. He has admitted that a high official in that courtv influenced him not to publish the notice: He has given a bond for the faithful discharge of his duties, and I should this election be declared void, of course his bond will be responsible for; all the expense of another election. This is only one evidenceol the efforts of the whiskey men to thwart the will of the peope. Carthago delenda est. Notwithstanding the editor of the Advocate was "in Clarendon County the day after the elec tion," and as he says was "told of some of the methods there" he does not seem to have lost the habit of getting kinks in his facts. In the first place, he must have gotten hold of Spartan burg's lightning calculator who gave out John Gary Evan's ma jority just yrior to the recent sec ond primary, to figure the result in the Dispensary or Anti Dispen sary electioti in Clarendon. The number of votes according to the Advocate with -two small boxes 1 to hear from polled in Clarendon" were 2,013, when the official count of every box in the County only shows 1,164, "For Sale 278, Against Sale 886," thus showing that the Advocate's editor got his data from some unreliable1 source, he was evilently misled1 with regard to the figures. But says the Advocate, referring to the County Supervisor. --He has admitted that a high official in1 that county influenced him not to publish the notice!" We do not believe this statement to be true, we do not believe that Supervisor I McFaddin made any such admis sion, nor do we believe there is any official high or low in Clar endon who attempted to infiu ence Mr. McFaddin in the mat ter one way or the other. It is unfortunate always, for a secular newspaper to misrepre sent the facts but it sometimes happens that editors in their zeal reach out' too far to sustain that which they are advocating, bu't; when the editor of a paper pub-' lished in the interest of a great church is careless about gather ing his facts, and makes state ments that reflect upon the char acter of an officer it is more than -unfortunate. It is deplorably sad. The~ editor of the ChristianAd vocate was in Clarendon the day after the election, perhaps he can give to his readers the informa tion. To whom did the Supervisor admit' "that a hight official in that county influenced him not to pub-. lish thie notice?" What "high of- I ficial" exercised such a ponderous influcaice over the Supervisor?~ It would be surprising indeed to the people of Clarendon County I. to learn that they have elected a man to one of the most important| of offices who is nothing but aI puppet to be handled at the will of some "high official." If what the Advocate says can be relied upon, then Clarendon had better pray for the return to Clarendon of the editor of the Advocate, and let him take a hand in the finan cial management. *The entire reference to Clar endon's election published in the Advocate is a balled up mess of inaccuracies. There are no whis-. key men in this County who vot- ' ed to retain the dispensary in the election just over The opposi tion had the liquor men on their side. Those who favored reten-| tion were men who did not pat ronize the dispensary and most of' them were either teetotalers or very temperate drinkers. They 1 did not endorse liquor selling or1 drinking, but they took the posi tion, if liquor was to be used and sold in the county let it be done in an open and legal way-these' men are not whiskey men, no more so than was the editor of the Southern Christian Advocate a whiskey man, when two years ago he end orsed. the State dispen sarv in his church paper in the last issue just preceding the election, and thereby putting his' church in the false position of' endorsing that institution, with out giving opportunity for the church to repudiate its editor's endorsemnent in the church organ. The Supervisor did not give the notice required by law for the election he called, and we believe. if conmested, the courts would have iorced a strict com pliance with the Act, this being a special election. but I we do rout believe the Supervisor je me. Besides. we have as much onfidence in the honesty of the uperyisoras we have in the ed ;or's. The Supervisor's office as in the office of a very ctive Prohibitionist. his clerk -as an active Prohibitionist, is Attorney was a ry etive Prohibitionists. the peti ion was in the custody of the lerk, and when the Supervisor cached the conclusion that a suf cient number of sirnatures had een obtained to call the election 1 e called upon his attorney to t raft the order for the same. and S t was this attorney who discov- c red the time required was "thir V days." T!1e Supervisor did not lE :now the law until his attorney d old him. But some suspiciously b clined may say. "it was his bus ess to know the law," but while i hat may be true. the fact of his C lot knowing does not make him he culpable wretch the Christian p advocate would paint him. The a .ctive leaders on the Prohibitiou o ide know and will say that the C upervisor did no intentional F crong. He made an honest mis- i ake :.s to the exact number of f lays of notice that was required >nly. There is more Catarrh in this seceon of the ountry than all other diseases put toeethwr. t nd until the last few ye:rs was suppos'- to :eurable. For a reat rn:tn:: .vur d e " in' ouneed it a local disease. :: pvsi'-- e. local emedies. antid by eoustantly failing i, cure with cal treatmeit. prtonounced iit irbl'. '1 I nce as proven catarrh to be a constitun''al dis ase. and therefore requires constitutioi'n! t:-eat ien:. Hail's Ca:arrh Cure. m:mufactured by o -.J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio. is the only onstitutional cure on the niarllet. It is talken I aternally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoon ul. It acts directly on the blood and mucous urfaces of the system. They o:Ter one hun red dollars for nry case it fails to cure. Send or circulars and testimonins. .Address. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. 0. sold by druaagists. The. Hall's Family Pills are the best. Itch cured in 30 minutes by Wool- I ord's Sanitary Lotion. Never fails. ola by W. E. Brown & Co. Druggists. KEEP THE KIDNEYS WELL. ealth is Worth Saving. and Some Manning t People How to Save It. Many Manning people take their ives in their hands by negleetirg the :idnevs when the know these organs I eed help. Sick kidneys are responsi >1e for a vast amount of sutferings and i health, but there is no need to suf er nor to remain in danger when all liseases and aches and pains due to l weak kidneys can be quickly and per- t nanently cured by the use of Doan's idney Pills. Here is a Manning citi :en's recommendation. W. 1t. White. living on South Boun Iry St., Manning, S. C., says: "I suff red from kidney trouble for some years. was forced to arise frequently during: he nigrht on account of the too frequent Letion of the secretions. 1 also suffered everaly from backaches and had sharp ains across my loins. At times 1. was - o lame and stiff that I could hardly urn over in bed and mornings I found t very difficult to dress myself. If I sat lown for a little while I conld hardly rise and had be-en in this condition fori long time without finding a remedy hat would help me outil procured Joan's Kidney Phils. I used but oneP ox when the pains were banished and he lameness and soreness disappeared. :do not have to get up nights to pass he secretions, and am feeling twenty ears younger. I highly recommend. Joan's'Kidney Pills and can say that I ever used a remedy that gave me such rreat relief." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 ents. Foster-M1ilburn Co., Buffalo, ~ew York, sole agents for the United states. Remember the name-Doan's-and ~ake no other. INSURE, ts better butsiness and more dignified. will cont very little to adeuuately nsure against all LOSS BY FIRE, tnd you will be repaid for partial >r complete ]oss. Your home. your urniture and all your possessions hould be protected now. Don't wait. je F. N. ~ill Illeull ellt E. C. h-ORTON, Manager. Bad Backache Such agonies as some women a suffer, every month, from back ache!c is it necessary? No. It can ~.t be prevented and relieved, when caused by female trouble, by tak ing a medicine with specific, cura tive action, on the female organs and functions, which acts by re lieving the congestion, stopping e the pain and building the organsc and functions up to a proper state e 1 WOMAN'S REEF "I suffered for I5 years," writes ~Mrs. Malinda A. Akers, of Bashamn, W - Va., "with various female troubles. I had such a backache that it drew me over, solicould not stand i straight. The doctors could not help me, so I tock Cardui, and now I feel like a new woman." At All Drugists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE, stating age and describing symp- ~ toms, to Ladics Advisory Dcpt.., The Chattanooga Medicine Co.., ~Chattanoo5Ten.Enn3S EATY & BEATY. iNGINEERS AND CONTRACfORS. Civil Engineering,. Land Surveying, rainage. Prompt attention to out-of- C wn patrons. TATE OF SOUTH CARDLINI Clarendon County, COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. ank of Clareadon, a corporatio created by and under the laws the State of South Carolina, Plair tiffs against Ahn D. Daniels, Defendant. Decree. UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF dginent Order of the Court of Cot ion Pleas, in the above stated a on, to me directed, bearing date eptembet 26, 190SI will sell at publ action.to the highest bidder f< ish, at Clarendon Court House. [anning. in said county, within tl *al hours for judicial sales, on Moi ay, the 7th day of December, 190 eing salesday, the following d -ribed real estate: "All that piece, parcel. or tract udt( lying, being and situate larandon County, State of Soul arolina, containing seveutythr ) acres, more or less, and bounde n the North by hinds of Alderma nd by l.nds now or formerly < f Thomas Smith: East by lan< t Estate of Salinas: South by lant f Leila E. Daniels and lands of Chandler. and West by lands J. Browne and by lands now yreriy of Smith, said tract of lay the land conveyed to said John I )aiels by Deed recorded in office < lerk of Court for Clarendon Couni a Book "M:y' on page 150 less 0: uudred acres ",thereof conveyed t he said John D. Daniels to D. Idderma n." Purchaser to pay for papers. E. B. GAMBLE, Sheriff Clarendon Count Che State of South Carolin County of Clarendon. COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. ,ou Le Noir, Dick Dingle and L. Chewuing. Plaintiffs against ?anny Mellett, J. H. Dingle ai Robert Dingle, Defendants. Decree. UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF udgment Order of the Court of Coi aon Pleas, in the above stated r ion, to mne directed, bearing date )ctober 26. 190S, I lwill sell at publ .uction, to the highest bidder f ash, at Cl arendon Court House, Tanning, in said county, within t: egal hours for.judicial sales, on Mo lay, the 7th day of December, 19( >eing salesday, the following d cribed real estate: "All that piece, parcel or lot and, lying, being and situated he Town of Summerton, Couni .nd State aforesaid, containing thr .cres, and bounded on the North 1 ot of 0. D. Rhane; East by an u gamed street of the said Town sumrnerton; South by Lot of 0. barborough. and West by Lot of 1. Cantey." Purchaser to pay for papers. E. B. GAMBLE, Sheriff Clarendon Count )TATE OF SOVTH.CAROLN County of Clarendon. COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. taron Francis, Lawrence Franc Stephen Francis, William Franc Anthony Francis. Cheney Harvi Agnes 'Wilhamus, Prince Frau<n and Eliza Wilson, Plaintiffs against ohn Francis, Daniel Francis, Isa Jones, Jr., Salina Jones, C. Witte, Arthur Lynah and Edsva H. Sparkman. the last three nam< being included as Trustees, I feu dants. Sale Under Execution. UNDER AND BY VIRTUE C n Execution lodged in my han gainst Aaron Francis. Law ren rancis, Stephen Francis, Willia racis, Anthony Francis, Chen ~arvin, Agnes Williams, Prin ~raneis. Eliza Wilson, Johni Franc aniel Francis, isaac Jones, Jr. ai 'alina Jones in the above entiti ause in favor of C. 0. Witte, Arthi ,nah and E. ~H. Sparkman, whia eution bears date of August] 90, I have levied upon and will s< t public auction to the highest bi ler~, for cash, in front of the Cou louse at Manning, S. C., on Monda )eeember 7, 1908, being salesday, tl ol lowing described real estate: All the right, title and interest aron Francis. Lawrence Franc stephen Francis, William Franc nthony Francis, Cheney Harvi gnes Williamns, Prince~ Franc liza Wilson, John Francis. Dani 'rancis, Isaac Jones, Jr. and Salil rones in and to thatt tract of lati ituate in Clarendon County. Sta f South Carolina, containing ts undred acres. more or less.. at ounded o)n the North by lands nc r formerly of A. H. D). Chandlh outh by lands now or formnerly of . Kelly: West by land of Sim<i ichhourg, and East by -- Purchaser to pay for papers. E 1B. (tAMBLE, Sheriff of Clarendon Count GO TO HALLE D. WASHINGTON 'r Special Automobile and Bicyc epair~ Work. Neat wvork awd prom i~ten tion. STOP YOUR CAR udi get it Timed. Cars from my sb< re noticed everywhere for their aceu te strokes. A new stock of Bicycles, Tires and Sundries. n sale at all times. See us Inspe ion free. Opposite H~otel Cen'al. Mainninr. 5. C. Notice to Creditors. All persons hold ing claims against tl state of Dr. M\arshail D. Murray, d eased will-resent the same proper roven and all persons indebted to sa state will make payment to the unde gned, on or before Decemnber~ lit 308. MARY J. MURRAY, Orangeburg, S. C. naliied Administratri x of estate Dr. Marshall D. Murray, deceased. November 11, 1908. Makes Kidneys and Bladder Right SAnother Car J1ust Arrived BUILDING V Our Usual Complete Stoci WA( SWe are still selling Wagonm BOOTHo n RBY onsolidation o n Successors STATE OF SOUTH OAROLINA, County of Clarendon. COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. C H. P. Jackson, Plaintiff Owen against T. C. Owens and D. W. Alderman and Sons' Company, Defendants. Decree. UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A I judgment Order of the Court of Com-r A mon Pleas, in the above stated ac 1- tion, to me directed, bearing date of e.September28,1908, I will sell at public t >f auction, to the highest bidder. eat - Clarendon Court House, at >r Manning, in said county, within the it 1P' 1 hours for judicial sales. on Mon e da, : 7th day of December, 190S, 1- being . -day, the following describ ed real es. te: e- The following is a description of the mortgaged premises Ordered sold: >f' All that tract of land in Claren-': n (Ion County, in said State. contain- % g in- five hundred acres, more or less, bounded on the North by land now or formerly of Salinas; East by land u of estate of Moses Levi and of Bud >f nell: South by land of DeLaine, and 5 Is' West by land of Allsbrook, and land Is now or formerly of Salinas. The said k. tract of land being that which was :f conveyed to T. C. Owens by Wilson . r and DuRant by Deed recorded in - id office of C. C. C. P. for said County, L ), in Book M3, at page 634. >f That the terms of sale be as fol y lows: That the purchaser have the le option of paying all cash, or of pay- p >v ing sufficient cash to cover the costs V. and expenses of this action and of 3 such sale, and the judgment herein- J before ordered to be entered in favor of the Plaintiff, and such other ana v. further sums of money as the said - premises may realize at such sale in excess of twenty-three hundred dol a lors, and of having credit for the . I balance of the purchase money, not to exceed the sum of twenty-three hundred dollars, the credit portion a to be evidenced by the Bond of the purchaser payable December 15th, E- 1911, with interest on the time por tion of the purchase money from the date of sale until fully paid, at the id rate of eight per cent. per annum, payable annually the said Bond to be secured by a mortgage of the A premises sold." Purchaser to pay for papers. n- E. B. GAMBLE, of I Sheriff Clarendon County. O STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, at eClarendon County, ', COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. .e Cecilia C. Lopez, Plaintiff of against in John W. Touchberry, Richard T. 4 ,y Touehberry, Thomas J. Touch e berry. Joseph B. Touehberry, y O'Donnell and Company (Incor n- porated), Marion Moise, Thomas P. of Smith-McIver Company and J. H. C. Timmons, Defendants. 3- Decree. UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A Judgment Order of the Court of Common Pleas, in the above stated - action, to me directed, bearing date of October 2nd, 1908, 1 will sell at public auction, to the highest bid I der for cash, at Clarendon Court House, :at Manning, in said county, g within the legal hours for judicial a sales, on Monday, the 7th day of De cember, 1908, being salesday, the fol I, lowing described real estate: ,1 1st. Parcel "A" containing forty- A neight acres, more or less, and boun- 2 ided on the North by Parcel "C." conveyed by John WV. Touchberry to Joseph E. Touchberry; on the 4 tEast by the Public Road leading g 0 from Silver to Paxville; South by ~ rd parcel D of ten acres, and Westby ad the Northwestern Railroad Company le- Iof South Carolina. " 2nd: Parcel "D"' containing Ten acres, bounded on the Nwrth by par >F cel "A" above described; on the East aby said Public Road, and on the ee South by parcel "B," conveyed to m John W. Touchberry by Richar~d T. ~Touchberry; and on the West by the SNorthwestern Railroad Company of South Carolina. id 3rd: Parcel "B" containing Forty ed acres, more or less, bounded on the atr North by Parcel "D," containing ten h acres; on the East by the said Public Road; on the South by land of dl Brown; and on the West by said rail d.. road. rt 4: Parcel "C" containing Twenty v, five acres, -more or ;less, conveyed - origiually by John WV. Touchberry to Joseph B. Touchberry, and boun of ded North by land of Davis; East by ssaid Public Road; on the South by ' Parcel "A," and on the West by the n' said Railroad. s'Purchaser to pay for papers. el EB. GAMiBLE, a . Sheriff Clarendon County. e' State of South Carolina, d gCounty of Cjafren0o. r CURT OF COMMON PLEAS. m R. J. Alderman, Plaintiff .' against E. D. Hodge, Charlton DuRant and Th e Bank of Manning, Defendants. y-Decree. -UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A Judgment Order of the Court of Com mon Pleas, in the above stated ac tion, to me directed, bearing date of October 2nd, 190$, I wizl sell at public leauction, to the highest bidder for P! cash, at Clarendon Court House, at Manning, in said county, within the legal hours for judicial sales, on Mon day, the 7th day of December, 1908, . Sbeing salesday,~ the following de- - rscribed real-estate: "All that piece. parcel or tract of land lying, being and situated in the -County of Clarendon, in the State c-aforesaid, containing 154 acres, more or less, and bounded as follows, to wit: North by lands of Mrs. M. J. -Hodge; East by lands formerly of Elisiia Plowden, now of the heirs of Mrs. Maria Montgomery; South by lands of estate of WV. M. McLeod, eand West by lands of estate of Levi eand lands of D. J. Reese." ly Purchaser to pay for papers. id E. B. GAMBLE, rSheriff Clarendon County. Notice of Discharge. - for will apply to the Judge of Probate orClarendon County on the 10th day ofDecember 19i08, for letters of dis ._ charge as administratrix of the estate of Joseph Arthur Hodge deceased. - ARY E. HIODGE, Administratrix. Alcolu, S. C.', November 9th, 1908. MATER IAL: O0NS: it Cost. LIVE STOCK D.. I to Booth Live Stock o andl A.T V' 500 BOYS 0 is full to o the newest best maker ing in Ame ' NORFOLK SUITS, D. B. SUITS, ages 6 RUSSIAN SUITS, as SAILOR SUITS, age The Fabri are selected well as for e Tailoring is all points v comes doub. It will pa3 splendid lii your Boyou THED. J. CHA '~ON E 166, Davis & Tham< Davis & Thames for White House Shoe Men. Davis & Thames for Queen Quality Shoe Ladies. Davis & Thames for Buster Brown School for Children. Davis & Thames for :36 inch, nice Dress G 11c. to $1.2.5 the yard. Davis & Thames for . Fancy Bordered C Suitings, at 10Oc. the yard. -Davis & Thames for 36 inch Sea Island Sheei *3c. the yard. Davis & Thames for extra heavy Outings, 10c. the yard. Davis & Thames for Heavy Cotton Blan $1.00 and $1.25. DavisK& Thames for good Check H<>mespu: ~Davis & Thames for Ladies' Jackets, Chilc J ackcts. Boy's Clothing,Underwear,Heav: Light Weight for Children, Men and Ladi Davis & Thames for everything at a Cut Pri suit Sc. cotton. Krasnoff Old Stand, next to Hardware Store. Davis & Tham< We sell more popular-priced Clothil Men and Boys' than any other store il town. We handle the best make and q in same, equal to any custom-made Clo (The well-known Philip Stiefel Brand.) No need in talking about our E Shoes for Men and Drew Selby for Ladi Fall fashions in the latest styles of Goods, Trimmings, and other Noveltic rife and well selected, and always Cher~'r Than Elsewhen Don't miss the opportunity in sepin Fall Millinery before you decide on you hat, as a is a dollar made. We can save you a considerable on any hat you buy here. From a Child's Sailor ur elegant fixed Ladie's Hat. A trial will convince yc give here only a few prices: Staard Caco (C, eeos Pnts, 5 50 an KIE SUIITS... UR EPARTENT rerflowing with ideas from the s of Boys' Cloth rica. - - $3.50 to $7.50 to 17, - $2.00 to $9.50 ;es 3 to 7, - $2.50 to $6.50 s 3 to 10, - $3.50 to $6.00 es in these Suits for durability as ppearance. The excellent with rhere the strain y strengthened. you to see our es before you fit .t with a fall suit. NDLER GCLOTHIN SUJMTEFR;8 ~s. A GREAT SALE OF WITER GOODS8 .~ for Possibly the Greatest Sale ever known in the '.istory . sof Manning is now in full blast, and -will last until Saturday night, November 14th, 1908' 3 for We say it is possibly the Greatest Sale in thle history'j, of Manning for special sales are run at the end of 'the season to close out odds and ends, but here the 1st' of >hoes Novcomber, scarcely no goods have been bought for the winter. We throw. on the market a stock of goods. oods, - $35,000 (Thirty-ive Thousand Dollars) worth Choice Merchsndise at prices never -before heard - i. It is truly a great . sale. Oar posters and cata otton logues will be found in. every part of the county,* h talding the bargains to be had at this-great sale. ngs, $6,ooo Worth of choice Clothing for Men and Boys' and Ohil-- - Sand dren put on sale at special prices. Mens' fine all-wool Overcoats will go at from $3.30 to kets,$15 each. ets, Men's all-wool Suits will go in this sale from $7.50 to -$20.00. 1, 5c. Boys' 2-piece Knee Suits will go in this sale from ren's $1.89 to $4.98. rand $5,ooo es. Worth of Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes must .e to be sold during this sale. The. largest and most up-to date Stock of Shoes in Manning must be sold at - special prices. Worth of Dry Goods put on the market at special ~S. ' prices. Sea Island Homespun, 38 incenes wide, only e 5c. the yard. Best Bleach Homespun, one yard wide, _________12 yards to the dollar. Wool Flannelets, - 27 inches . wide, at 15c. the yard-25c. at other places. Plaid Dress Goods, all-wool, 38 inches wide, at 25c. .the LISI yard-50c. to~ 75c. at other places. The greatest values in Dry Goods ever shown in Manning is now- on sale at our great Department Store. ig for $2,000 i this Worth of Ladies' Millinery' Goods collected fromi all uality the great fashion centers of the world and all will go tat special prices. We have always been and always 'hng will be the cha pion of the Millinery business Man ning. Men m .y come and men may go, but we stay clipseright here and control the millinery trade of Manning clipse See our Speial Line of Trimmed Hats at $1. $1.50, $ S, $3, $4, $5, and up. We are here to please you and Dress we will do it if you give us a chance. . es are000 $2, Worth of Ladies' and Children's Cloaks and Ladie's fine Skirts that must go at special prices. Ladies, it I will do you good to see the great line of Skirts we are showing at $1, $1.50, $2, and $3. and on up to $10 g our and $12 for Black Voile Skirts. fall $4,000 Worth of Furniture, Crpets, Rugs and Floor Oil Cloths and House Furnishings, all will go in this great sale at special prices. amount 211, 000 to an Worth of Gents', Ladie's and Children's cotton and u. We . wool winter Underwear, Gents' Negligee Shirts, Col lars and Cuffs. it matters not what you need in cot iUp.- ton or wool Underwear we have it for you all at the "P- right prices. Ladies' Jersey Ribbed Cotton Vest and up. Pants to match at 50c. per suit, vests and pants. Gents' heavy fleeced-lined Vest and Drawers to match N at 75c. the "suit draws and shirt. Remember, now, this great sale ends on Satuaday, November 14th. ~ W. E. JENKINSON CO.