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MANINNING. S. C.. AUGiTST 30. 191:
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RUTH CHAPTER, NO. 40,
H ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Rerular M1;eting. Second Moi
eday in Each 'Month.
mFR'l) LSEFSN F
hih Pritst. Secrar:
Take a Look at
0 1 .
JUST OPENED UP
Bargains all the time.
RED FRONT STORE
On Levi Block4
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. McFaddin visite<
Eastover last week.
Dr. and M rs. J. H. Hawins are hac!
borme from Saluda. N. C.
We rezret tO learn of t:.e illness o
Dr. Gamble at Turbeville.
Mr. D. M. Bradham and wife, return
.-,d home from the mountains last night
Zeigier's piano contest closes Sept
1st., a,,5 o'clock. Votes will be postet
,everv hour on that day.
Mr. W. T. Lesesne has returne'
bome from his trip to the springs am
cattie miarkets o! Tennessee.
Black Draught Powder this week al
15e., 10.000 'otes free with each pack
age. Zeieler's Pharmacy.
Mrs. Walter Wilson of Bishopvilli
wh.o has been visiting relatives here
left for her home yesterday.
The summer swallows are fyingr bact
home from the pleasure resorts, ever.
days brit4rs more home-comers.
Mrs. J. W. McLeod, with her sons. E
P. and4 J. L. McLeod, returned homt
last Friday from their northern trip.
Sumter is considering the gas plan:
prcooition. wonder if this is the sam<
concern that has the hotel propositiot
Mr. Frank EZrvin with his wife anc
brother Mr. D. C. Ervin of Cuba were
among the visitors in Charleston during
On account of the illness of his wif<
Rev. R. L. Grier will not preach a1
Brewington or Corinth the first Sunday
Mr. Fritz Young, who is in the em
ploy of the Southern Railroad. has beer
ill with typhoid fever and he came home
last Frida. night.
The storm whic~h prevailed during
Sunday night, and at times on .Monday,
so far as we have been able to hear do(
but little damage in this county.
Hon. C. M. Davis has been a very
ill man at his home in Summerton. but
we are glad to say that there are non
some indications of improvement.
Dr. Hagood Woods has returned
fronm Europe where he has been tc
take a special course in medicine. We
understana he will locate in Florence.
Mrs. A. WVeinberg and her daughter,
Mrs. C. 1B. Geiger. arrived home fron:
-Brevard, N. C, last Thursday. The
husbands are acting now just as they did
before their wives went away.
The Manning graded school ooens or
the 11th. which no doubt is joyous ne w
for the boys and giris of this town
Gather up your old books and get then
ready to exchange for new ones if you
Charlton Du~bant, Esa.. has moved
his law offices into the new building of
the Home Bank and Tevet Company
and he has as fine offices in his nev
quarters as will be found anywhere it
Prof .J. C Daniel arrived in Manuins
last night. He spent his vacation at thi
summer school in Nashville, and at sev
eral leac:sur~e resorts Hie is here nov
making ready for the opening se.ssion o
The farmers as well as everybod.:
else are trlad to welcome Mr. WV. G
King back on the M\anning cottot
market. He rolled in last week and
says he is ready to make it busy foi
the other buyers this season.
Died near Kintrstree last Monda'
Mr. Frank M. Player. aired about fi
vears. The funeral took place yester
'day att Mtl. \ernon near Martin's Cros:
Roads. The decea~ed was a brothe:
of Mr. JT. M. Player of New Zion.
Died on Tuesday of last week at he
home near New Zion. Mrs. Linie lBeard
aged about 50 tears. The burial tOOl
place at. P'ie Grove~ church on WVednes
day. P'ro. 1rod Morris in the absenet
of the minister, conducted the service.
:15 cases of hookworm disease hay.
been treated in this county at the~ frne
dispensaries, which opened on the 18t]
of last month. Practically all of thes<
camne up~ until they were assured of:
complete cure 51 cases were treatet
What the Oak Grove boys did for th<
Trinity fellows last Friday afternoon i
a rame of ball was a caution. The Trim
iy homs were not in it a little hit. Oal
Grove' beat them 11 to 9 Here is aL g00
chance for DuPant to tackle a set thai
ca pv ha!l. Let them eballenge Jal
La- Thursday was a recoru brer.ke
0n .\annings tobacco market, in quat
tyt and price, and the sellers were wEl
piased with the prices paid them. Iti
the opiionh of the growers that ther
will nlot be over a 50 per cent crop, bu
it wi1! bring as much if not not more aC
tua one ~y than the crop) of last year.
Trh.- ile:sie Bak and Trust (com
pain's~ new omle is p)racticailly cor
ple:te. andl it is a very handsome strut
tiare, a cred it to its promoters and Mt
Melbey ;io contractor. With t he arri
val of somte fixtures which are looke,
for daily, the hank will be (openl fo
IsT is maortilbig S ieport of Oe 1Li. Ila,
increased the death toi to 15. Shipping
badly damaged, and many vessels in dis
trcss. Charleston is recovering rapimy.
The crops along the coast damaged se
verelv. especially the rice. The Clyde
Line Apache with a large ist of pas
sengers from New York had a very ciOe
call, mnylV 'fi the paeerS hurt.
- The terans had a 6 ood t im. in Co
uibia last- week. Tho.e that went from
thi counlty are loud int their )raises 01
a the kind 'treatment they received and
n are now longing for the time when they
C Will have the opportunity of goin
back to that city to again iett. their
- old colrades. and enjoy the hospitality
of the good ptopie of Columbia.
1ack from the northern markets ar
rIVed J. 11. Rbythe youngf reliable,
on last Saturday, and as soon as hie gets
hiniself settled he will take the readers
of The Times into his conliidence and
tell them all about his purchases while
in the commercial cenzers. Uigby is
not a man of words, deeds and results are
what he seeks to accomplish. So watch
lie colunitis of this ::ewspaper and you]
will soon hear from him good. and strong.
Mr. F. Earlu 3radharn. eitor of the
Allendale Herald speut last Monday in
Manning on a visit to his parents Mr.
and Mlrs. J. F. Bradham. He was aic
comnpanied here by his wife and twins
whoml he leaves to spend a few days.
\Ir. Bra"ham says the farmers of his
vicinity htve made good crops and they
ha*d a fine melon season which brought
o thern a large aotint of money.
The railroad ppoitSinun which hlas
of late been having our eople, on ithe
anxious bench. honing that the Sea
board will come to this town is still
aw1iting a hearing from the promoters.
we understand that there is a proba
bilit of a visit- from the general mana
g'er to this towu in the near future,
and when he cones he will be present
ed with such data as we believe will
Iconvince him that Manning should be
taken into se-ions consideration.
The 'own council should take some
step)s towards giving protection to peo
nle from fast running of automobiles
Iround the corner of Boyce and Brooks
streets, these two streets are the most
congested streets we have. and on busy
days there is much travel, on foot and
in vehicles about this particular corner.
Toavoid accident council should require
automob"ies to come to a standstill just
1 before reaching this corner, blow their
horns before proceeding on. Require
ments of this kind are made in other
towns and we see no reason why it
should not be made in Manning at the
corner referred to. It will not do to put
this matter tiT until some serious acci
dent has occurred and then go to ex
tremes, now is the time to take action
and to see to it that the regulation is
strictly enforced against all. The writer
has frequently seen automobiles going
around this corner at a high rate of
speed, fortunately no one has been hurt,
to extend regrets after an accident
amounms to nothiug, to avoid accidents
the matter should have council's iinme
Krasnoff is Ready.
Nothing succeeds like success, is a
tiue saving. but if it. needs further
proof, i is demonstrated in the Big
Store ofM. M. KrasuotT, on the corner
of Brooks and Boyce Streets in this
town. Krasnoff comes as near having
a department store as is found in a town
of a much larger size than this, and,
it is his boast of being able to supply
the trading public with what i., de
mands. at prices too, that are entertain
ing. 1uad his half-page advertisement
in this issue, there he tells the tradiing~
public what he proposes doing in the
way of selling goods. and what he says
in the ptrints ne never fails to carry
out to the letter: therefore, thosc con
templating buying will do well to see
him. KrasnoT carries a large stock of
almost everyhigexcept groceriles,
and he has a for-ce to aid him in the
handling of the trade which insures
prompt anmd pleasant attention. He has
iust returned fr-om the mar-kets. where
he has been' to make tready for a large
business. Every day the railroad btings
to him iarge shipments of goods, most
of which he says he bought from firsn
hands, that is to say, a latrge proper-.
tion of his stock comes direct from the
manufacturers, thereby putting him in
a p)osition to save the middleman's
profit.. and giving atn advantage to
his customers. He says his furniture
souck is metely a side I te, in response
to a demand of his trade, tnalt this line
he sells without profit. His forniture
department is filled to overflowing, and
splendid selections can be made there.
The same can be said of all of his de
narnments, clothing, dry goods, shoes.
furn-shing goods. in fact everything.
To really appreciate this Big Store is
to yisit it, and let them show through.
Attenfionl Times Snbscribers.
The Times' management has been
exceedingly lenient with the subscrib
ers, and it is simply a matter of busi
ness for it to t-equire p~aymntt. Eve-ry
naper has the date wvhen the- sutbscrip
tion expired en the labeL. There is no
~reason for any one to be ignorant of
what is due. Upon looking over the
lists it is found thtat a good tmany have
overlooked theitr indebtedness to The
Times. and it becomes necessary for
the management to keel) within the
postal regulations to chop otf the names
of thos.e w~ho nt-e ov-er one year in at'
rears. It has. hiowevet', been decided
to ditect attention to this matter first.
ant giea most p)ositive notice that
all subscri ptions over-t one year in. ar
rears by the first of October will be
sticken from the lists. This is no idle
tireat, under- the postal regulations it
is compulsory. the mattr has been
overlooked; in a number of instances
the management has p)ermitted at
re.aaae to go over two vear-s, and its
attecntion has just been directed to it.
It was given until the 1st of Oct to have
its ;ists cleared of delinquents. 1n is
sinertely hoped the friends of The
ITimes will either come in with or send
in tiheit arrearage befot-e that date so
it will not be necessary to cut them off.
IIemembetr that the cutting off will be
sur-e the day after' the ai of October
wit"1hout regatrd to who the delinquents
Abrams' Big Sale.
Attiention is dir-ected to the great big
advetisement in this i.-ue of Aaron
A brams.~ thme cormmeial busy bee of
t is town. Abr-ams has a tremdolu-; stock
of goods. anud lhe is deter'miie to sell.
is -vident from the manner lie is going
1: the pub~lic to attract its atttion 01 to
his store. There is no doubt that a man
to se-li goods these days of s::mrp -ompe
it ion must tmake good his promnises in
the public prtints, ther-efote whetn a
-er-ch-aut comes to the public with a
red uction of pt-ices and he names those
Sprices for' many of his wares ther-e must
be enoug h in it to justify the tratding
public in goitng to his stot'e to see for
iItself. Abrams in this issue of The
Times ihas some strtling prices. Hie
- m iake-s somec bold clhtims. Trhe iproof of
Che pudldinig is t he -'rhmawin of the
!stri-ig" so it behooves those desir'ing to
ttake ad vantage of the otfer'ings to visit
his store -at the beginningf of the sale.
Aratms says that he knows there are
manyv who are skepticai about these
special sa'es, they have an idea. because
a merchanu.itt puts one otu it is mer-ely a
botv to~ attract aittentioni to his stotre.
stand then itn is ali oiY. to. such he gives a
epec.iail invitation to be convinced, lie
trges thiemi to go t brottgh his stock and
- he w ill prove to them that he means
just wha-t he says in the advertisement
in thi issue of The Times.
D~o not aliowyoutr kidney and bladder
. touble to develop beyond the r-each of
-medicine. Take Foley Kidney Pill;
Th'rey give quick results and stop irr'eg
ulai-ties with surprising protnettss.
Dickson Drung Co.
A Snicido in Jail.
Earl\N Sturdy v mnin-- erill
Gambh was rous-ed by groaning com-.
in froit Ie Of the cland voing on
to where the sounds Camei(' from ho found
Ellis-on Ader writhing in agonyi. ho
aih-covered that the prisoe had drunk
con(cenItraed lve with suicidal intent.
The !hwrilIT innnelkdialtely senit for. metdi
cal aid. but tie poor wr-tcht was bevond
tht aid of medical skill. in fact, he Ie
sisted treatment. and ufelred the
ag-onies of a hiving hiell uintil relief camie
to Iiiii about 2 o'clock Sundayi moilgi.
Au mqttueSt Was held over the body, aU(1!
the jury rendered a verdict of suicie.
Sheri1Y Gamble did nut know there
such a thing about the jail as .%e i.
seemts ihat sometiue ago he had the jail
scoured out and the per-sons that did the -
work used lye. when they got through, I
the can was placed over one of the cage
cells where it could not he seen: it so
hapiwened this Was the cell where Adger
was occupvngr. and by some way un
known to anybody he fotund this Can,
beinu despondent and naturally a weak
minded person he prepared the stuT
for sel f-dest ruet ion. I fe left t wo notes,
one to the sheriff with regard to a little
money that oflieer was keeping for him.
the other to his mother telling ier
what to do with some little properL. f
He was known to have complained
about his people deserting him in his
trouble. that they did not visit him and
he was generaIly depressed. t
The ueceased was charged with the a
crime of murder. lie killed two men on
.luly 1st. The killing occured about two 1
and one-half miles fron Sumnmrtion. and
the retort which t reachei her at thI- i
time. was that the dec:st-d had in his
employ Dorsey Felder. Whom he sent to
mill, accompafnied by I'ugene King in
Adger's buggy, remaining away longer
than he thought they should he started
out to investigate, coming upon the two 0
in the road. he grabbed the bridle of the
mule they were driving, ordered them g.
to get out. and began tiring his pistol
killing Felder instantly and King who
was hit in the throat lived until the
following Monday. Adger then went to
his mother's house, changed his clothes
and left. He was in hiding until the o
next Friday night. when he came to
Manning to give himself up to the
sheriff. but finding that offieer had re- p
tired. Adger. rather than disturb him tt
lay down on the piazza until the sheritr 'I
arose the next morning, then he deliv
ered himself to him, and gave as his .
reason for not coming in immediatelv, -
that he desired to get his affairs ar- C
Tne brothers of the deceased came o5
for the body Sunday, had it embalmed a
and took it home Sunday night for
Paxville's first bale of cotton for this
season was sold here on last Tuesday by
Mitchum Pringle. colored. It was
boolght by 1. W. Mims for 12 1-2 cents
the pound. This is unusually early for
this town. The hot weather has had a
disastrous effect on cotton, and all farm
ers around report a heavy deterioration
of the plant.
Mr. R. B. Bradham is having lumber d
placed on his lot near the school build
ina and work will begin on a dwellinga
Rev. M. J. Kyzer left Saturday for
Waterboro. where he will alsist the lc
Rev. B. F. Hallord in a week's revival
Quite a number from here spent last
Friday at Pocalia Springs.
Dr. and Mrs. .1. L. Nettles spent the
wek-end with home folks at Harvius.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cannon and
little daughter, Dorothy, left Saturday
for JTacksonville, after a short visit at fr
the home of Mr. G. H. Curtis. r
Mrs. J. M. Hicks and Miss Dar-a Le wis n
were called to the bedside of .their
motner. Mrs. Lewis, at Greeleyville on l
Mrs. Chas. Bradham and children of r
Davis Station, spent last week here
among relatives and friends.
Dr. Littlejohn, of Pinewood, was in u.
town for a short while on inst Satturday.
Misses Ethel and Leila Corhett are e
visiting their sistem? Mrs. G. C. Beat- N
son, at Wilson's Mill.
Mrs. Elgie Blackwell, of Davis Sta- S
tion visited Mrs. Weinberg last week.
Miss Ellen Barwick returned Satur- t:
day, from a week's stay with her broth
er~ J. U. Barwick in Sumter.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bruns-on, Jr., of
St. Matthews, spent a short while last
week at the home of Mr. M. B. Corbe tt'.b
Mr. Ralph Reynolds has acceoted a b
position with C. K. Curtis & Bro., for.
the fall season. This firm has recentiyv ?
installed a nice acetylene gas plant in "
their store, and is now putting up an
imroved ginnery system. Mr. E. W. -
Camp. of Atlanta. is here looking after
Rev F-. H. Shuler- preached a very
foce ful sermnon on "Service," at the b
Methodist church on last Sunday after- t
noon. [Ti discourses gener-ally are ap)
preciated by our tpeople. X-.
Paxville, S. C., August 28th. 1911- h
\elrs Mims and Ridgil have open
ed a faney grocrory store on Commerceb
Mr. E. C. Gieddidgs has his two story
store about. completed and hopes t~o oe
cupy the same in a few days.A
Mr. F. A. Felder has accepted a posi
tion -,vith Mrs. C. W. Bates.
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Richardson. are -
here on a visit.
Mr. HI. A Brailsfor-d has retunrned
Mr. Dick -Lawrence is at home again
from Glenn Springs.
Mr. and M\rs. J1. WN. Weeks at-e at
Glenn Spr-inirs for a shor-t stay. [
Miss Catnilla Wilden is visitingaela
Mr. Pugh has aep~ltedl a ttosition with
Mins and Ridgill.
Mrs. WN. RI. Chandler of Branch ille.
is visiting Mrs. D. RI. Lide.
Mrs. WN. L. Riley, of Denmat-k, has
been on ashort visit to M r. and Mt-s. W.
G. Elwell. -
Miss Bessie Geddings is visiting rea
tves in Biennetim. S. C,.
Mrs. F. M. Harvin is at Sullivan's Ts
land on a visit to friends. I
Mr. Jim Aveock of Davis Stattionl. has
accepted a position with Mims and Rid
Dr. T. RI. Littlejohn has purchased
f-on Sumter a new Maxwell car.
Mr. anid Mrs. P. 13. Lawrence are in ']
Darington visiting friends.
T. P. A.
Piewood, '. C.. Attgust 2Sth. 1911l.
Accused of Stealing.
:. 1-:. Chanmberlain, of Clinton, Me..
boldly accuses Bucklen's Arnicat Salve
of stealing-the sting from burns or
scalds-the pain fr-om sores of all kinds
-the distr-ess fr-om boils of piles. "It
t-obs cuts. corns, bruises, sprains and in
ju-is of their terrtotr," lie says. "as a
netling remedy its equal don't exist."
Only :3e at all dr-ugiusts.I
Casey Jone's Sister Arrested.
Kansas (Cityv, Mo.. Aug. 25. -Ter hait
tousled and fa-e :u' clot hing begriminedi
w~it soot. an 18-ve..r-old girl was art
rested he-e- today'as she elimed out of at
bo eart in the Mlissouri Pa-cili yards.
Sh said -she- ]eft Denver two wveks~ ag
becuse he-r widowed mother matrried
ai ma-n she did not "fancy.' She~ ho
oed it" to St. Louis. she said. and was
not bound for the WNest again.
"Namne Oh, yes, certainly. I' An da
Jones, sister of Casey Jones. Yotu see
all of out- folks took to railroadtng -
righft fr-om the cradle.'' This wvas the
girls answer- to qulestions as to her
identity. She will be tried in municipal
courtt tomnotrow on achar ge of vag ranct
sor clane:s.afe- tre. No opcatem I
Iditor The Times: --If vonill allow E
]it.tle space in your good newspaper, I
vifl give you a few happenings from
I e Ie.
Crops in this section are far above the
vera,,e.. cottou is ready for the pick
's, hil where are they?
Mr. Ii. L. MeInto s has returned from
he Spriu :,:s. and Mr. 1Z. D. Epps will
et. back tibe last of this week.
Little Bil accompanied by Mss AnnieE
Jorris made a Ilyingr t it) to Workman.
Miss Bessie larrow and Miss Ethel
lorri;. spent the week with the family
f 1ir. W. G. 1:0n this week.
Mr. Iarrison Morris spent the week- i
nd at Mauning on busine.
M1r. and M vs. C. W. Barrow spent last
uesday with the family of Nir. W. T.
Mr. and Irs. W. D. Driggers have
'one North for a few days.
Will ring oIT for the present but. hope
come avaiu. -G.
Loss of Time Means Loss of Pay.
Kidney trouble aund the ills it breeds
leans lost time and lost p:LV t.o many a
orking man. M. Balent, 1214 Little
'enna St.. St.reator 1%L. was so bad
'om kidn v and bladder tronble that he
mlL not work, but he says: "I took
olev Kid nev Pills for only a shot t time
rnd ot entirely well and was soon able
go back to work. aud am feeling well
nd healthier than before." Foley Kid
Py Pills are tonic in action, quick in
slt S -, cod friend to the working
an or woman who sIiTers froimr kidney
I. Dickson Drug Co.
5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any case
Chills and Fever. Price, 25c.
Farm Wan ted-Several Marlboro
armers have asked to get them farms
i Clarendon. Write me what you
ive and best price. R. Cosby Newton.
ennettsville, S. C.
5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any case
'Chills and Fever. Price, 25c.
Foley Kidney Pills will check the
rogrcss of your kidney and bladder
ouble and heal by removing the cause.
rv them. Dickson Drug Co.
For Sale-My'home place containing
8 acre, situated on the corner of
hurch and Railroad Streets in the
iwn of Manning, S. C. Also modern
room dwelling (practically new) situ
ed on East side of Church Street. De- E
rable location. E. C. Horton.
)oing Their Duty
cores of Manning Readers are
Learning the Duty of the
To filter' the blooud is the kidneys'
When they fail to do this the kidneys
Backache and many kidney ills fol
Urinary trouble. dropsy.
Doan's Kidney Pills should be used.
Manning peyple endorse them.
Mrs. H1. D. Jenkinson, Church St.,
anning, S. C., says: "I gladly recom
end Doan's Kidney Pills, for I know
om personal experience they are a
medy of merir.. I was annoyed by kid
y complaint and had pains through.
ec small of my back. Doan's Kidney
ills helped me wonderfully, not only
diering the misery in my back but
renzthening my kidneys. You. may
re my testimonial at any time."
For sale by all dealers. Price~ 50
'nts. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
e w York, sole agents for the United
Remember the namae-Doan's-and
Lke no other.
School will open on Monday, Septem
3r l1th. It is important that all pupils
ypresent on the first day. All patronsE
i friends of the school are cordially
vited to come to the opening.
Jxo. C. DANIEL.
The oficers of the Summerton Pres
etra church are pleased to announce
the congregation and to friends that
ir new pastor, the Rev. Win. S.
rimnble, of Hampton, VTa.. wvill begin
is ministry wvith us on September 3rd
Te, therefore, beg all members in1
ammerton and vicinity to bear this inL
id and heatrt and come promptly to
rvice on the iirst Sunday in Septem
r. Let us welcome our new pastor
th our presence on his first appeatr
eec as pastor. Sabbath School at 10
mn. lPreaching service at 11 a. m.
ny and all are welcome.
Jos. HI. URGESS.
RANTS DRUG STORE A
Sells Everything in
RUGS and MEDICINES
erved in any Style at
mone - - - No. 69.
an Lee Laundry has
o Boyce Street, Op- or
osite Baptist Church.
CHAR LIE LUM. .
dANS NEGOTIATED t
On First-Class Real Estate 4
Purdy & 'ryan, v
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Woodmnen of the World.
Mleets on First Monday nights at
Linens, Suitings, Etc.,
All in and ready for your inspection. We
will be glad to have you call and give us the
pleasure of showing you all the new things
coming in every day now.
Warwick Dressand Apron Ginghams, good qual
ity and fast colors, at the yard. .
40-inch Sea Island Homespun, at the yard.. ..5.
Best quality, well-known Brands Dress Ging
hams, large assortment of pretty patterns,
at the yard. 10c. and...... ..........
White Rose, yard-wide Percales. in large assort 1
ment of colors and patterns, at the yard... l
36-inch Madras Skirting, White, the kind you
pay 15c for, the yard.... .. .........
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT
Rigby Dry Goods Co.
Lny one wishing to buy al
viii please get in touci
vith. the Shaw Motor Cc
vho are dealers for thi
WERITT, E. M. F. ANI
We would like to havy
rood, live agents represen
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WHEN IN TOWN
Don't fail to visit the New Store with the White Front,
Our Lines are Dry Goods, Notions and Shoes. We
are specialists in these lines and propose to give to the
trading public a first-class service in every respect. You
are cordially invited to make us a visit with the assurance
on our part that you will receive a warm welcome and
most courteous attention.
We take pleasure in answering the following ques
Where can I find the best line of Ladies'
Ready-to wear Garment, includig Wash Skirts
Muslin Underwear?-Jenkinson's, of course.
Where will I be able to find the best selec
tion of dainty Embroidery, Val Laces,
Flouncing, Ribbons, Etc.?-Jenkinson's. of
Where will I be able to find the best line'
of Dress Goods, Dress Findings, Silks and
Trimmings of every description?-Jenkin
son's. of course.
Where will I be able to find the best line of
Linen Damask, Table Napkins, Towels, Etc.?
-Jenkinson's, of course.
Who has the best line of Shoes in town?
-Jenkinson, of course. He sells long-wear
Shoes' which actually wear longer.
Where can I buy a John B. Stetson Hat at
at the lowest possible price?-Jenkinson's, of
course. His price is only $3.50.
Where will I find the best assortment of
Gents' Hats, Shirts, Underwear, Collars,
Cuffs, Neckties, Etc.? -Jenkinson's, of course.
Where can I do my shopping with that
feeling that I am getting a square deal every
time?-Jenkinson's, of course.
Besides Double R. Jenkinson has the hap
py faculty of giving you such a broad smile
of appreciation when you make a purchase it
it is a real pleasure to part with the coin.
White Front Store. Brown Block.
(We want your confidence more than your
money; we shall have them both for we shall C
e WITH EXTRA STRON6 SHOULDER.
All Jars Complete With Rubbers and Tops*
S Two Quarts, per dozen......-.....-.....-.-..$1 00
0ne Quart, per dozen..............-......... 75c.
* One Pint, per dozen-........-............... 60c. *
' THE MANNING GROCERY 00., 5
- Purveyors to Particular People.
TH To Keep
TESTORE NEW A GREAT CLEARANCE
ESALE THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE STORE.
in- These great stocks kept to most fullness
that good storekeeping and most satisfac
or oyservice requires them now to be low
ered to the smallest possible figure for
stock-taking and to be ready with a br-and
new stock again when the fall season opens.
te rj he most remarkable Under-orice offer
ings. Come, expecting the mo'st temnpting
of bargains presented by this store.