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MANNING. S. C.. MARCH 29, 1911. Publishes All County and Town Of ficial Advertisements. Fresh Garden Seeds! Prolific and Early Field Corn. Seed Potatoes. We carry the Landreth Success I Seeds and have a complete assort ment of 5c. papers. The Following Bulk Sees To Arrive This Week. Red Valentine Bush Beans. Landreth's Scarlet Bush Beans. s Wood's Lima Bush Bears. Large Lima Pole Beans. Kentucky Wonder Pole Beans. Tennessee Wonder: very 6ne Beans,. Eariy Bristol Field Corn. b Golden Beauty Field Corn a Golden Dent Field Corn. s, Snowflake Field Corn. Cocke's Prolific Field Corn. Plain Pop Corn. Manning Grocery Co. a Purveyors to Particular People. t They say he is to be married next month. t The Crescent ice cream parlor is now s a place of beauty. Mr. W. A. Avant of Summerton was I in town-yesterday. Quarterly communioc at Presby terian church Sunday April 2nd. 1 The recent rains have helped the oat crop wonderfully. The tobacco farmers complain of the b shortness of plants. There is a calm in business just at this t time but the spring trade has not opened e up yet. Everybody should go out to the per- I formance by the school children Friday evening. Mrs. Ida Cole, of Barnwell, is in Man- h ning on a visit to her sister, Mrs. D. M. f( Bradham. h b Mrs. J. W. Odiorne of Darlington is ti visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Harvin. C Miss Bessie Harvin is attending the j Sunday schoOl convention at Spartan- b burg this week. -Several of the teachers of our graded school went to Columbia to the teacher's convention last Friday. d Rev. A. R. Woodson is attending the interdenominational Sunday school con vention at Spartanburg. Zeialer's piano contest is creating c considerable rivalry. Every girl is a a receptive candidate for the elegant s prize. It is said there are not three hundred n bales of co--ton left in the county, and tl why shonio. there be at the prsesent t prices? Mayor Tisdale, of Summerton, paid Manning a visit Monday and he was amazed at the wonderful improvements going on. The Manning fire department gets from the one per cent. insurance levy $168.10. This amount will aid in the purchase of more equipment. Maj. R. Boyd Cole, formerly of Man- 01 ing, now of Barnwell, has been selected E :as one of the officers to go to the Mexi- ci can border to take part in the manoeu vres. Krasnoff says the others may have N their openings for special occasions, T1 but. at his store tnere is an opening F always for those who want to purchase n good values. n The boys from the Statesburg school ci from this county spent the weeic-end s at home on account of their teachers si attending the State teacher's conven- S tion in Columbia. t The Rigby Dry Goods Co., has a special sale of white goods on, and their displav is attractive indeed. Go and examine their line of ready to wear garments for ladies. - A friend of Mr. Joe Broad way in o Florida has discovered a water which is the elixir of life. Mr. Broadway ex- e pects to get some of this water to give to his friends around Summerton. Mr. R. R. Jenkinson has moved from S Kingstree to Manning. Mr. Jenkinson 9 will open up a dry goods store in one of the new buildings now being built by i the estate of the late Dr. W. E. Brown. T The candidates for the Scottish Rite de- t grees from this town will go to Charles-t ton tomorrow to continue their labors. Major James D. Richardson, Grandc Commander, is expected to be at the convocation. Mr. Leon Weinberg has received the blue prints for the stores he proposes erecting soon. The prints present a handsome appearance, and the build ings will, when finished, be the hand- t somest in the town.t Remember the last day for collecting box rents at the postoffice is Friday. Those who have not paid by then mustt surrender their keys To prevent in- I' convenience and annoyance go and pay 1 your box rents now. The Greelyville Live Stock Co., has given out a contract for the building of I a $6000 sales stable. 'Why not annex ' Greelyville to Clarendon, it would be I an addition to this county. and more convenient for those people. One of the old landmarksof this county was destro3 ed by tire last Friday in the "sand hills" near Pinewood. It was the former home of Capt. A. M. Brails-C ford, now owned by conductor Richard son c' the Northwestern Railroad. Hirschmann announces his millinery opening for the 30th, and 31st. The styles this season are not so bad, they were worse last season, nevertheless every woman wants to see the latest, and at the openings is the place to see them. Notwithstanding there are four banks in Manning The Times editor is awfully hard pressed for money. Wont our delinquent subscribers help us out?' Look at the label on your naper and it will tell you when your subscription expired. Superintendent of Education E.. J. Browne participated at the gathering of teachers last week in Columbia. When he goes out on his rounds of in specting the schools of the county he no doubt will have some new ideas to pre sent to the teachers. The Summerton Mercantile Company will have its spring opening on April 5th and 6th. This concern prides itself on securing the best of milliners and it is claimed by them that their line this, vear is not excelied in the cities. Readi There will be a chapter of the Eastern tar drzanized at Suinmerton this eve uing. Grand Worthy PatrOn D. A. G. )utz, of Greenwood, is expected to be )reseut. and a large number of the i Ianning chapter will assist in the vorkt. The millinery establishments are )eautifully decorated for their open nis. and their supply of those "dr.rling iats" is suficient to furnish the county, herefore there is no need to go to other ounties for that spring hat. Buy at Iome. The county board of equaliaation niet -esterday and we are told they have ut a considerable amount of addi ional property on the tax books. There .re several instances where parties ave been found w.ho have never paid a ent of tax on their propertv. Died last Friday afternoon at her ome in the Fork section, 'Mrs. Fanny indal wife of M1r. J. B. Tindal, aged , years. The funeral took place at )d Harmony Saturday afternoon. Rev. H. Shuler of Manning Methodist lethodist church coeducted the burial ervice. The adventures of Little Red Riding lood, an Operetta in Four Acts, will se rendered by seventy-five children of he primary grades next Friday even aa at 8:30 o'clock. The proceeds will e given to the school library. General dmission, 35c: reserved seats, 50c; chool children, 15C. We publish elsewhere an announce ent from Professor W. K. Tate, State uoervisorof Elementary Rural Schools, hich is of importance to the teachers nd the trustees of this county, and if is possible every teacher should take dvantage of the opportunity to take be special course offered. The stockholders of The Peoples mank. at a meeting last Saturday, voted increase the capital stock to $25,000. t is understood that all of the additional tock has already been subscribed. At be same meeting the following addi lonal directors were elected: I. V. lowden, J. E. Kelley and T. Morgan avis. The dynamite demonstration at Alcolu tst Wednesday cane off in the presence f a large number of witnesses, quite a umber from this town. The results btained were satisfactory, and in the ands of an expert there is no doubt aat the use of this powerful explosive a great aid to those desiring to clear :eir lands of stumps, or to loosen the arth for ditching. Do not forget the millinery openings M -Manning. The woman -so forgetful -il be a rare creature, indeed, and if be happens to be married so short a emory would be very mortifying to er husband, if single,the father would el there was something wrong with is girl. Therefore do not take chances ut turn o, t with the push and look at 2e hats in the millinery shops. There was a peculiar accident at uddo lake last Thursday. Thomas ames, colored, got one of nis hands lown off with dynamite while it is sup osed by many he was in the act of sing the explosive to kill fish. There ; a severe Penalty for killing fish with vnamite, but if the penalty is to be isited by the violators of the law it iay be more effective than the courts. St. Peters Lodge of Masons had a lled meeting last Monday night to nsider a proposition for a new temple, ad it was agreed to accept the propo tion of Mr Leon Weinberg to lease >e upstairs of the new building he con mplates building. This will give the asons one of the nicest lodge rooms in e State. A committee was appointed >confer with MIr. Weinberg with re ard to the plans. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Turbeville spent aturday in Manning on their return -om a convention at Georgetown. Mr. 'urbeville says that several lots were !d to persons at Turbeville who con mplate building stores and residences 1the near future. He also says a des stable in that community is need L and he believes there is a good ening for one to do a fine business. le thinks the bank is an assured suc Died last Friday at her home in the 'ork, after a short, but severe, illness. [rs. Fanny Tindal, wife of J. B. Tindal, he funeral services, conducted by Rev. . H. Shuler, took place at the old Har oy burying ground Saturday after oon at 4 o'clock. The deceased was years old, reared in Williamsburg au~nty. She was the daughter of J. D. miley, and was for twenty years a con Estentmeber of the Methodist church. he was married in 1900 and was from at time until her death a devoted -ife. Her kind disposition won for her e love of all who k-new her. In order to obtain information as to be increase of tax assessments in this ounty for the past ten years we looked ver the auditor's abstracts and gleaned erefrom the following amounts assess d for collection: 1900, 838,433.69; 1901, 838,892.68: 1902, 9,832.7;1903.8$42,200 96:1904, 840,503. 5: 1905, 848.497.85; 1906.8$57.893.98; 1907, 57,305.98: 1908, 868,5.55.80; 1901), 872, 98.24; 1910, 882,064.85. The assessments have been gradually 2creasing each year, which show more roperty, and the increased valuation. f the township assessors come up to he expectations of the ta-xing authori ies under the newv Act, it is thought here will be a considerable increase ver last year, as there will find its way n the tax books much property which tas heretofore escaped taxation entirely. Foreston Wiped Out. A bout one o'clock yesterday morning here was a considerable fire at Fores on which resulted in wiping out severa' ores. practically all of the business Louses, with very little of their stocks ved. The fire was first discoverea in he store occupied by the Foreston store Co,, E. 31. Davis, manager. The >uilding belonged to Mr. W. T. P. pprott. The wind carried the fire across he street and the buildings there were aken into the grasp of the flames. J. I. Boswell's store, B. 0. Cantey's, in rhich was located the post oflice, J. C, and and the stables of J. H. Boswell vere all destroyed. M~r. Sprott had $500 insurance oni >uilding, and E. MI. Davis had S1,800 ont tck, J. C. Land had 81,400 on stock Lcd buidig. J. H. Bosnell had $1,200' >n stock and buildings. B. 0. Cantey, io insurance The origin of fire is un Corn Clubs. Mditor The Mannini: Times: Please publish the following: I am to be at Turbeville school house Lursday, M1arch 30th, at 11 a. mn. Aorris school. Mlarch 31st, at 11 a. mn. Trinity school, April 1st, at 3:30 p. mn. Haley school, Tuesday, A pril 4th, at Davis Station school, Thursday, April 5th, at 11 a. mn. All of the members of the Boys' Corn, Club, as well as those wishing to join Living in reach of these meeting places, ire requested to be present. [ expect to organize clubs at the above named places (where they are not al ready organized)on the dates mentioned. Come out, boys, and join the club near est or most convenient to you. Each one of the boys is required to join and meet with some certain club. Further anpointments will be an nounced next week. Respt., R. D. WHITE, Alcolu, S. C., Route 1. 11rch :5_ Thli Paxville Items. Editor The 3aunin:, Times: On next Friday eveniug. at 7:3 o'clock, the Loyal Temperance Lcgio will give a penny social in the schoc building. Each person is requested t bring one or more A pril fools to b mailed with a penny postage. Ligh refreshments will be sold for a penny The main object of this meeting is t raise money to send to the starvin, Chinese. All the young people of tLh community are invited. Mrs. A. L. Wallace, of Sumter, i visiting her daughter,Mrs. C. W. Hicks Miss Clandine Wanramaker, who i: eaching near Sumter, was the week nd guest of Miss Ermine Brunson, a the home of Mr. G. H. Curtis. Mr. Joe Mims, Jr., is back from Clem ;on College. Mr. J. J. Broadway is out again aftei eing confined to his room for severa nonths. The large brick store of J. W. Rham< xill be ready for occupancy in a feu ays. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Curtis are bac 'rom a trip to Jacksonville and othei goint:,. X. Paxville, S. C.. March 27, 1911. he Home and Foreign Missionary Union The fifth annual meeting of the Wo nan's Home and Foreign Missionari -nion of the Harmony Presbytery wil e held at Bishopville April 1st to 3rd. fhe officers are: President, Mrs. A. R oodson, Manning: Vice-President, Irs. W. J. McKay, Sumter; Recordinc secretary, Miss Bettie Aycock, Wedge eld: Corresponding Secretary. M'rs. A. k. Brearley, St. Charles: Secretar. oung Peopie's Work, Mrs. N. Y ford, Wisacky: Secretary of Litera ure, Miss Lillie Ervin, Kingstree reasurer,.Miss Annie Anderson, Mayes ille. The following is the program: SATURDAY, April 1. 11:45 a. m.-Devotional Service, Mis! sabel Arnold, Elkins, W. Va. R.)ll Call. ;Minutes. Welcome--Mrs. M. B. MicCutcheon Bishopyille. S. C. Response-Mrs. Arnold Rall, Sar linia, S. C. Reports of Corresponding Secretary secretary of Literature, Treasurer. Communications. Appointment of Committees. Adjournment. 4 P. M. Devotional Service-Miss Isabel Ar old. Minutes. Communications. Music. Address-Mrs. B. F. Price, Tungh iang,' China-On furlough, Fountair .nn, S. C. - 4-9 P. M Reception. SUNDA Y, APRIL 2. 11 a. m.-Opening Service, Rev. Hugt t. Murchison, Pastor. Home Mission Address-Rev. Homei ,IcMillan, Atlanta, Ga. 4 P. M. ass 'Meeting-For Ladies Only ,onducted by Miss Isabel Arnold, As dsted by Mrs P. F. Price. 8 P. M. Sermon-Rev. Hugh R. Murchison MONDAY, APRIL 3. 9:30 a. m. -Devotional Service, Mis! sabel Arnold. Minutes. Reports from Societies. Presentation of Mothers of Mission iries. News from Missionaries from oui ?resbytery. The Assembly's Home and School al 'redericksburg, Va.-Mrs. N. Y. Al ord, Wisacky, S. C. Rest. Music. A. Short Program on Colored Evan el ization. Discussion:-'"Shall We Neglect HomE Paper-"The Value of County Insti ute Work," Miss Lillie Ervia, Kings ree, S. C. Conference on Methods. Adjournment. 3 P. M. Hymn. Prayer. Reports of Committees. Election of Officers. Uninished Business. 'Farewell Service. Ajou rn men t. [he Normal School of the Rural Teacher ditor The MIanning Times: ro the Rural Teachers and Schoo Trustees of South Carolina: Through the generosity of the Pea yody Board of Trust and the enterprisE > Winthrop College, it has been ar' anged to hold a Summer School foi reachers at Winthrop College during he four weeks beginning June 21, 1911 re faculty is now being engaged and he courses arranged. In a few weeks i complete circular of information ma.) De obtained by request directed to Presi lent D. B. Johnson, Rock Hill, S. C. Before the rural schools close, bow aver, I wish to direct the special atten ion of the rural teachers and trustee! :o the advantages of the Summei :ichool. Many of the rural teachers of Souti arolia have been denied the privilegE f college courses and professional train .cg for teaching. In a peculiar .sens the Summer School for Teachers is the Normal College of the country teacher It is here only that we have opportunita to come into living touch with educa tional principles and methods, to ex change ideas, and to form the friend ships which bi-eak the professional isola ton of the rural teacher. In addition to the usual courses in thi elementary and secondary subjects, the Summer School has arranged to offel ertain courses designed especially t< aid the rural teachers. Among thesi will be included the following: 1. Special Problems of the Rura School 2. Special Methods and Devices fo: the Rural Schools. 3. Rural School Agr'iculture and School Gardening. 4. Domestic Science for Rural Schools . Practical Manual Training foi Rural Schools. During the session there will be held a Con ference on Rural Life and a Con ference on County Superintendents o Education. The cost of board, including room an< light, will be 518.000 for the whole tern (four weeks); $5.00 a week for time les than the whole session: and $1.00 a da; for less than a week. A matriculatici fee of $5.00 to cover the four week work will be charged. Teachers shouk engage rooms at once. I my opinion a school district coul' make no better investment than to en ourage in a substantial way the attend ance of teachers of the summer school An increase in salary for next year con itioned on attendance at the schoc would enable the teacher to take th ourse without expense and would yiel large returns to the district in increasei efficiency.W.KTA , State Sup'v'r Elem't'y Rural Schooh Columbia. S. C., March 23, 1911. Colored School Improvement Fund. Manning white citizens.... 50 Baltimore friend........... Sumter citizens...........-.--.-- - P resident Benedict College.. . Alderman & Sons.............. 10.( Lawrence Rivers......... ... 2. teven F. White...............( Aaron Prioleau............ . l In this campaign we are determine to raise 8500.00. T A.YES A Bigamist At Large. Thursday of last week a warrant was sworn out azainst W. M. Powers charging him with bigamy. Powers had been employed as woods rider hy Mr. P. B. Tho'rn last year and lived in town and vicinity for some months. Early in the new ~year he married a ladv in the Mouzon neighborhood, and now it comes to light that Powers had a wife and several children over in Georgetown county. As soon as Powers got wind of the fact that his villany had been detected, Ihe lit out and is still at large. The victim of the unscrupulous scoundrel is a meniber of a good family and much indignation is felt that she fell a prey to his duplicity. If the wretch be caught and tried he I will doubtless be given a severe sen tence which will be an object lesson to G other miscreants of a similar bent.- - Kingstree Record 23rd. K. of P. Meeting at Pinewood. Members of Pinewood Lodge K. of P. are urged to attend the next regular convention on Wednesday evening April 5th, as there will be important business transacted at this meeting E pertaining to installing the new lodge at Paxville. All come. An Orderly Affair. "-There is much virtue in 'if,'" said the man from Boston to a weli-known resident of Kentucky yesterday, while the two were enjoying an evening taik in the lobby of the Gibson house. "Yes, and there is also much-very much-virtue in the word 'but,' as I had an illustration of quite some time ago. Want to hear the story?" Re ceiving the assent the man from Ken tucky star ed: "i friend of mine-a young lawyer Kentucky had been out of town for sev eral weeks. As he was driving his horse up to the gate of the house where he resides he noticed a large crowd about the court house. 'What is the " matter, bov?' he asked. 'Why, they ! taken a nigger from the jail and they are going to lynch him,' shouted the excited lad. "Now my friend was a public-spirited citizen and he was likewise a candidate for congress. He felt that if a lynching a was pulled off in front of his house he would lose his chances of getting the position. So he said to the boy. 'I'll go right down and stop it.' He pushed his way through the crowd, which was com posed of some of the toughest citizens, and began his talk: "'Fellow citizens, I ask you not to casi. this blot of shame on our fair city. As peaceful citizens I ask you to desist. Y Go to your homes.' A grut voice in the crowd was heard io suggest, 'kill the fe damn fool.' "A dozen revolvers clicked. I "'But,' shouted my friend, at the top - of his voice. 'But if you are bent on committing this deed, let it be done in an olderly manner.' "-Cincinnati Com mercial-Tribute. Foley's Kidney Pills R "Foley's Honey and Tar is the best R cough remedy I ever used as it quickly stopped a severe cough that long R troubled me," says J. W. Kuhn, Prince ton. Nebr. Just so quickly and surely it acts in all cases of coughs, colds, ia grippe and lung trouble. Refuse sub- - stitute,;. W. E. Brown & Co. BUSINESS LOCALS. D. Hirschmann's Millinery Opemng, Thursday and Friday 30th, and 31st. Standing of contestants can be seen every Thursday in wind->w of Zeigler's Drug Store. You are cordially invited to attend the Opening March 30th, and 31st, at D. Hirschmann's. For Rent-The omice lately occupied as a law office by Mr. Joseph F. Rhame. Apply to Mrs. Eugenia Rhame, Man ning, S. C.6 Piano Contest at Zeigler's is getting lively. Look in their window and see ow to multiply your votes. Itch reivdi 0minutes by Wool ford's Sanitary Lotion. Never fails Sold by W. E. Brown & Co., Druggists Don't miss seeing the Gage and Johnson Hats March 30th, and 31st, at D. Hirschmann's. Astray-One black horse mule with a brown mnouth, newly trimmed and seems *very shy. Owner can apply to A. J. Richbourg, Summerton. S. C. Every person turning in 20,000 votes between now and the 1st, of April. will receive a bonus of 20,000 on that day now hustle. Zeigler's Pharmacy, Man ning, S. C. For Sale-200 Tons Dark Cotton Seed Meal, guaranteed 7 per cent Ammonia, for immediate shipment. Also 200 Tons Prime Meal. For prices wire or 'phone Taylor Mfg. Co., Columbia, S C., at our expense. A Registered Spanish Jack-We have a fine Registered Spanish Jack which we will let those have desiring his services. It is a splendid animal with a good record. Apply to DuBose 6 & Cousar, Sardinia. S. C. Astray. Taken up astray two Mules-One Dark Bay Mare Mule newly trimmed and halter on. One Light Bay Mare Mule newly trimmed. Owner can re cover by applying at Magistrate A. J. Richbourg's office, Summerton, S. C. New Restaurant. We bare opened un in the new brick building next to the Southern Express olice, in rear of the Levi Mercantile Co. store, a first-class restaurant. We are better prepared than ever before to serve the public and will appreciate the natronage of our friends. WVe give the - best meals possible when the high price Iof provisions is considered. Give us a call in our new quarters, where a cordial welcome awaits all. RICHARDSON & DAVIS. NOTICE. Pursuant to the direction of the Board of Directors of Clarendon Tele ephone Company, a meeting of sstock holders is hereby called, and will be held on May 1st. 1911. at the oflice of Abe Levi, Esq..'in the Town of Man Ining. S. C.. at twelve o'clock noon, for the ourpose of authorizing the issuance of bonds of the Company to the extent of $5,000 and the execution of a mort 1gage covering the property and prop erty rights of the Company to secure said issue of bonds. ABEI LEVI. President IROBERT SHELOR, Sec. ISTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA County of Clarendon.~ SBy James M. Windham, Esq., Pro bate Judge. a WHEREAS, John 0. Martin made suit to me, to grant him Letters of Administration of the Estate and effects of Marion Martin. THESE ARE THEREFORE, to cite and admonish all and singular the kir. Idred and creditors of the said Marion Martin, deceased, that they be and ) appear before me, in the Court of Pro 0 bate to be held at Manning on the 0 14th day of April next, after pubhi 0 cation hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore 0 noon, to show cause, if any they have, 0 why the said administration should not 0 be granted. '0 Given under my hand, this 23rd day d of March, A. D. 1910. [SEAL] JAMES M. WINDHAM, TJudge of Probate. At this time of the year when all is chee appiness and joy to all, by reducing prices on ress up for Easter morning. -.RESOLVED THAT WE NJEVERt SLEEP,T/MI YoU CANtT CATCh US fAPPING. IF YOU AVE cHT CLOTHEAND SED CLoTHES .You CANT WEA R. BUST TH MALLTHC TIME. WE CAN H 5EFiT.Yue OUT IN ThE NICEST RAIMENT TOR LESS THtf OTHERs \N WHODOTKNOW THEIR\SSIN $SWIWE IADE: A STUDY OF N IND MICnRE ALWAYS Kr 0LSTER BROWN KRASNOFF needs no introduction to the re bon-a-fide and our bargains genuine. Reali e year, and yet desiring to bring good cheer I ur Easter a real day of rejoycing. As you re2 ices brighten with delight. Of course, it is im mited space. egular $20 Mens' Suits ............. ..Sale Price, $14 egular $18 Mens' Suits.. .............Sale Price, $1' egular $15 Mens' Suits...............Sale Price, $1( egular $12 Mens' Suits.. .............Sale Price, $ egular $10 Mens' Suits............... Sale Price, S Men's Pants and all Children's Suits Reduced in Proport RASNOFF'S BARGAINS B.-Sale Will Last From Now Until Easter. Spring Opening April 5=6, 19g1. MILLiNERY. Foreign and Domestic, in all the Newest Crea tiors. Ready-to-wear, Dress Goods, Silks and Novelties, Clothing, Shoes. Gents' Furnishings. We are better prepared than ever to show you a Complete Line this season. Correct Styles at Money-Saving Prices. You are earnestly requested to be on hand and look through our Line. SMMRTON MERCANTIL CO., SUMMERTON, S. C. FREE' PIANO FREE! GET ALL THE BONUS VOTES YOU CAN. 1,000 votes on each and every prescription from any doctor. 950 votes on 25c. worth of Zeigler's Headache Powders. >00 votes on 50c. Jar Zeigler's Freckle Cream. 300 votes on 25c. purchase from our complete Colgate Linstart in and make your numbers grow. A good start is what counts in any race. Turn in your votes every Wednesday. All yellow couporrs must be in by 12th of Zeigler' s Pharmacy, gPRESCRIPTION DRU6GISTS. BRING YOUR JOBWO RKD7 TO THE TIMES OFFICE. x AND SHOES. rful KRASNOFF adds his little mite towards bringing Nlothing and Shoes to give everybody a chance to TiAT.I F YOU WISH To SHINE YOU MUST WEAR STYLISH SHOES YouR, FEET ARE HARD To H IDE.YOU NEEDN'T I YOU WEAR.. OUIP SHOES public, every man. woman and child knows Our Sales zing, however, the scarcity of money at this time of o the homes of all, we institute this Sale to make d the prices of some of our bargains, we can see your possible for us to give prices of all our goods in this 75 Regular $5 00 Shoes...................Sale Price $ 75 50 Regular $4 00 Shoes................ ... Sale Price $2 98 Regular $3 50 Shoes........... .........Sale $248 95 Regular $3 00 Shoes....................Sale Price $1 98 25 Regular $2 50 Shoes...................Sale Price $1'75 98 Regular $2 00 Shoes.............. .....Sale Price $148 Regular $1 50 Shoes............. .......Sale 98 0P. All Other S Proportionately Reduced. BRINGS5 JOY AND CHEER., class orse r muleright o .ASl RtECEVEs arsoinae redules. BRNG JoYANDgCHEER ~*1 cr o Mlin, 1horeANNI ,S.. 88 caaandsfushenn celbaed Mof Fam fIpse- * 2 es c ns in of thgg es.llwig S~~~l ~ ~1narofMoin-horse SelTrPo wsadCliators. Stal Choppers, Harrows, Corn and Cotton Planters, Blue Bird 8* For the Following SSEE US: The Hudson, chalmers and Hup,* in all models. 33 Saw & Drake, *8 ~oalad Long Distance Phone 553.SmerS.C 8 Openin 85 DISPLAYAFP B PatternlHats ii and Novelties. C The Gage and Johnson Hats will be spec 8 ga1 features to which you are cordially in vited, 8 IThursday, March 3 0th, -i and Friday, March 31st.j D.Hirschman.~