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has t4.en visiting at Mr. Adam
IAiss .,;Ie SPhirley is visiting at
r. .Joln SuipLo's in Chester
Master .uhn A. Simpson ha,
returned Lowe after epending
some tinie with his uncle, Mr.
IRev. B. G. Pressly of New Hope
is spending a while with his
father, a missionaay to Mexico,
who has returned to this country
for a time and is now at
Mooesville, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Mason McCon
nell of Yorkville spent a few
days with Mrs. IRena Dunbar re
Prof. Pressley and family of
Due West have returned home
after spending a few days with
Mr. W. L. Reid.
Mr. T. S. Brice has returued
from Shelby, N. C.
Miss Sue McElroy of Chesterl
speut a few days with lr sister,N
Mrs. Rena Dunbar, a short while
Mr. Chas. Yance of North
Carolina has be-en visiting at Mr.
C. S. Brice's.
Mr. Georgo Brice of Kentucky
is on a visit to his father, Mr.
Mrs. W. W. B. oks and children
of Chanie paid Mrs. John Brooks
a flving visit recently.
Mr. John Brooks has returned
from a visit to his brother, Mr.
W. W. Brooks.
Miss Laura Bell, of Charlotte,
has been on a short visit to Mrs
C. S. Brice.
Mrs. John W. Brooks and chil
dren are spending a short time
with her parents and relatives
Mr. John Douglass is up from
Columbi t on a visit to his old
homne. He looks well and is a
very welcome visitor in this com
Mr. Jim Mills and family paid
Mr. Tom Sterling a flying visit
We are glad to say that Mr.
Bank's family is improving after
so much sickness from fever
Some of them are now able to 1e
Mrs. S. T. Weir is confined to
her bed with typhoid fever. We
wish for her speedy recovery.
Mr. Tom McElory has moved
from York to our county; we wel
come him to our neighborhood.
T HE CHRISTIAN ~churches
at Constantinople, Turkey, and
Yobahom i,, Japan, have long used
the Longuian & Masrtinez Paints
for painting their churches.
Liberal contributions of L. &
M. Paint will be given for such
purpose wherever a church isi
F. M. Scofield, Harris Springs,J
S. C., writes, "I painted our old
homestead with L. & N.\ twenty
six years ago. Not painted since;
looks better than houses painted
in the last four years."
WV. B. Barr,~ Charleston, W.
Va, writes, "Painted Franken
baQra Block with L. & M., shows
better than any buildings here
have ever done, stands out, as
though varisherl, and actual cost
of paint was less than $1.20 per
gallon. Wears and covers like
These Celebrated Paints are
sold by McMastbr Co., Winns
horo,8~. C ; G. L. Kennedy & Co.,
Blackstoek. S. C ; Chas. P. Wray
& C.>., Ridgeway, S. C.
Samuel Henry Terris.
Capt. S. H. Torris died at his
home in Charlotte, N. C., on Fri
daiy, September 2, after a sickness
of .several mnouths. He wae about
N5 v~ears of age His wife pre
ceded him to the grave about
six months. His remains were'
brought dowu from Charlotte
Sunday morning and laid to resti
by, the side of his wife in the
ceme*terv at old Concordi ehnrch
at Woodward, of which he was a
member for imany years. He
lived in this county for about
thirty years. He moved to Char
lotte three years ago and was
engaged in the hotel business up
to his death.
Capt. Terris was born in Phil
adelphia. Just before the Civil
War began lie came south and
settled in Charlotte. During the
war he was in the government
transportation servioe with head
quarters at Charlotte andl Atlanta.
He was a kind friend, a true eiii
zeand a generous neighbor.
Peace to his ashes. J. HI. N.
Feet Swollen to Immense Size.
"I had kidney trouble so h:m'," says
J. J. Cox. of Vale iew Ky. "ta
I could not wvbrk, my~ feet wvere swollen
to imm~iense size and I was contfine~d to(
my bed and physicians were unable to
give mec any relief. My doctor Iiinal ly
prescribedl Foley's K idiney (iure which4
imade a well mnnan of me." A void seri
ous~ results. of kidnewy or bhler :iisor*
der by tamking~ Foley's Kidney Cunre
Sold bv Me M: ster Co.
It is easy to make excus, s for
those we love.
Has Stcod the Test 25 Years.
The old, original GROVE'S Tast eless
Chill Tonie. You know what yon aro
taking. It is iron and quinine in a
.ikiusville is gay tt this timet
with visitors from varioui points.
Mesdanes Tow and Dantzler
Wicker and Misses Louise anti
Julia Wicker of Newberry and
Ninety Six have been visiting the
family of Mr. J. S Swygert.
Miss Sadie Curry, accomp
auied by her aunt, Mrs. L. D
Wicker, of Columbia, after a
visit to her parents, returued
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Bagidah
have been visiting her muother
Mrs. J. S. MeMeekin. Mrs
Hunter, of Union, is also visitin
at Mrs. McMeekin's.
Misses Jones and Powell hav
been visiting Miss Allie Scott a
Miss Maggie Roberts has re
turned from a visit to friends an<
relatives in Lexington.
Mr. and Mrs. Le.lie Lyles o
Rion passed through Jenkinsvill<
Sundlay en route to visit her sis
ter, Mrs. W. Fellers, of New
Mr. Gillmore recently visite<
his sister, Mrs. C. B. Douglass
Miss Alice Bell has been on i
visit to her aunt, Mrs. Aiken
a delightful party was given ii
her honor wbile there.
Mrs. E. M. Wallace and he
son, John, made a flying trip t(
Monticello a few days ago.
The quarterly meetIng for th
Fairfield circuit will convent
with Shiloh Church next Satur
day. This will be the first meet
ing held in the new Church.
Mrs. M. D. Fraser and littli
daughter, Thelma, are visitine
friends and relatives at Pelzer.
The revival services at Shilol
Church will begin the seeon<
Sunday in September. Y.
Are You Engaged?
Engaged people should remem
ber, that, after marriage, man;
quarrels can be avoided, by keep
ing their digestions in good con
dition with Electric Bitters. S. A
Brown, of Bennettsville, S. C.
says: "For years my wife sufferei
intensely from dyspepsia, com
plicated with a torpid liver, unti
she lost her strength and vigor
and became a mere wreck of he
former self. 'I beu she tried Elec
trio Bitters. which helped her a
once, and duailv made her en
tirely well. She is now stron,
and healthy." McMaster Co.
Obear Drug Co. and John H
McMaster & Co., druggists, sel
and guarantee them, at 50e
White Oak Notes.
A delightful entertainment w.u
given to the bride and groom
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Wilson, a
"Fairviewv," th.be home of Mr. ani
Mrs. (3. W. Mobley, on the even
i.g of August 29J. Cream, eak<
and dainty refreshments were
served in abundance, and therE
was music by Capt. D. G. Smiti
and otherg. Many games and
plays were indulged in till a late
hour. The following are some of
the guests that attended this joy.
ful occasion: Misses Lila, NanniE
and Mamie Woadward, Miss
Minnie Ratterree of Alliance
Miss Bessie Stewart of Wood
ward, Miss Hamilton Henry o:
Chester, Misses Jeanette, Heler
and Gladys Patrick, Mr. and Mrs.
J. J. McDowell, Messrs. J. B
Patrick, A. Clareoce Traylor and
several of the young men of our
Mr. and Mrs. M. Y. Bankhead
have been visiting the latter's
father at Weliridge.
Mr. and i rs. J. A. Nichols ol
Chester spent last week with rela
Miss Kittie Patrick has gon'
to take charge of her school at
Miss Ella Stewart of Longtowi.
has returned houwe after a pleas
ant week's staty with rehtive.
Miss Miuie~ Rate' ee of Allb
ance and Miss ljesie stewaLrt
Wood ward were the gusts .
Mrs. J. B. Patrick in-t we. k
Mr. Ml oiou St,.wairt of Mt. rv,
was with his cousin. Mr. It
Stewart, a fe w days iast wee~k.
A good numb-r from hlerM a
ended the~ funeral of Capt S H
Terris at Concord church Sunday
Sept. 4, 1905.
Doctors Could Not Help Hecr.
"I had kidnewy tronble for years,"
writes Mrs. Raymonz',d ConnIer., of Shel
ton, WashI , "andt the doctors eoul
not help me. .I ti i'il Foley's Kidniey
'ure, and the ve.ry first dos~e gave mue
relief and' I am now cuired. I e:ut~ii
myv too muitch for F'oley's Ki diney CuLr."
Itakes the diseased kidneva soundie
a they will eliminitate the poisonrs from
hie blood. Sold by McMaster Co.
' u don'lt b.dlieve in popul' r
education, colone ?"
Good Old Ladly-I wouldn't
moke eigaretites if I were you,
ured of L.ame Back After i5 Years
"I had beeni troubled with lamens kiek
or fifteen~ years and I found a comn
>lete recoverv ini the use of (hambher
an's Pain Balm," says John G. Bish
-r, Gilhain, Ind. Th is liniment is a'Iso
vithout any coual for srains aid
Does Education Pay?
"Does it pay to learn to make
life a glory instead of a grind?
"Does it pay to open a little
wider the door of narrow life?
"Does it pay to add power to
the lens of the microscope or
"Does it pay to know how to
take the dry, dreary drudgery
out of life?
"Does it pay to taste the ex
hilaration of feeling one's powers
"Does it pay to push one'
horizon farther out in order to
get a wider outlook or cleanei
"Does it p tv to learn how to
center thought with power, how
to marshal one's mental force
"Does it pay to acquire power
to get out of high and noble plea.
sures that which wealth can not
-Does it pay to acquire a char
acter wealth, a soul property,
which no disaster or misfortune
can wreck or ruin?
"Does it pay to have expert
advice and training to have high
ideals held up to one in the most
critical years of life?
"Does it pay to make life
long frendship with bright, am
bitious young men, many of
whom will occupy high positions
"Does it pay to become fa
rmiliar with all the lessons that
history and science can teach as
to how to make life healthy and
"Does it pay to become an en
lightened citizen, able to see
through the sophistries of politi
cal clap-trap and vote intelligent
ly OLI public matters?
'-Does it pay to experience
th" joy of self-discovery, to < pen
lip whole continents of possili.
ties in one's nature, which might
otherwise remain undiscovereo?
"Does it pay the sculptor to
I call out from the rough block the
statue that sleeps in the marble,
and which shall tell the story of
heroism and greatness to unborn
"Does it pay to have on3's
mentality stirred by the passion
of expansion, to feel the tonic of
growth, the indescribable satis
faction which comes from the
consciousness of perpetual en
"Does it pay to have four years
filled :with the most delightful
associations with cultured people,
at an age when ambitious and
high ideals have not been dulled
or shattered by disappointment,
or the unbounded faith in human
nature shocked by violated pledg
A New Jersey Editor's Testimonial.
-M. T. Lynch, Editor of the Phillips
burg (N. J.)I Daily Post, writes: "I
have used many kinds of medicines for
coughs and colds in my family but
never anything so good as Foley's
Honey and Tars I cannot say too
much in praise for it." Sold by Me
( Ward Corsponde~nce, Sunday Sate.)
On the evening of August 29th
Miss Marion Roberteon Rook
hart, one of Blythewood's love
liest and most beloved young
ladies, and Mr. Clinton Ward
Sahcher, a popular business mar
of Wards were united in marriage
at the home of the bride's sister.
Mrs. M. 0. Ward. The beauti
ful and impressive ceremony was
performed by the Rev. S.RB. Bass
in the presence of only a few
immediate relatives The brid,
was becomingly attired in asft
clinging dress of white with
shirred girdle and lace trimmings.
Used for Pneumonia.
Dr. J. (C. Bishop, of Agrnew. Mich.,
4av-: "I have used Foley's Honiey and
t'ar in three very sever ecases of pneu
noiae with izood resultN in every case"
Ref'ise substitutes. Sold by McMas
lThe greaitest thing in life is
o: t g..t money arnd be wealthy,
at i is to have the power to do
He who is able to do good
1( to make the world be:ter for
iliving in it h e in his hands
;e gr,-at and golden opportunit'
if his life, by the side of which
mere ;escaniary and material ad
vantages appeir mean and taiw
dry.-Herald an 1 Presbyter.
Cause of Insomnia.
I nd igest ion nearly al ways dIisturbs
the sleep umore or less and is often the
cause of iansonia. Many ca'ses have
beeia permnuently cured bv Chamber
Inin's Stomach and Liver 'tablets. For
sale by Obear Drug Co.
Dimit.utive Sucker - An' 1
wouldn't smoke 'emi if I was you.
Folev's HIoney and Tair is peculiairly
adapted for chironic throat troulets;
and will positivdly cure bronchitis,
hoarseness and aill bronchial diseases
R 1efuse substitutes. Sold by McMas
L.et a man do his work; the
fruiG of it is the care of another
than he .--homas Carlyle.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUJI
NINE Tabiets. All druggists refund
tin'oey if it fails to cure.
E. WV Urnve's signature is on each
Ti H TAAN TULA i 1LLENR.
A Giant 1a'-r' Thit I. :lie 1ov.cr.i
Thke t:m~lttl il~ler h:.: a 1:;ht blue
h;i., n lV t wo inches long and wing
0; 4.-. hue. As it tiies here Iad
there in "the sunlight, glitterWig like a
lash of fire. one 11mn4-nt re5tng on a
leaf. the no't on a gralite holder. It
keeps up : e buzzini. whlih
is c'ausrl I-V the vila tion of its wig.
No sooner docx the t:iraintllI hear this
thcln he trCmbles4 with fear. for wel
he knows the fat, inl store for hiiiii
t'lien once his mortal fue percives li.
tl':ibouts. T'l * it soon dos and
hastens to the at,:"
At first it is c''Ltj-1it v,*h '. iu
cirices over it.-: intetv:'ed virI <i rdi -
tily it appro::ein-s ie.:-er :1 i nearer.
.M 1:a4t. when.' it 14 ir:1 ft'V ii: 1.:Is
thec t *at~ i s upn 1! ;. la l legs
anl atteipt to griph'- vr 2i his fo.,
buV 'withoult sue.s. L a t;',sh thle
g:::nt wasp is on its back. The dead
ly faints have been :Void('d. Tile ll(xt
instant a fatrful sting pnetrates deep
into the spider's body. Its struggles
Alniost eeniise.. A sudden pairalysis
eroeps over it. and it staggers. help
less, like a drunken man, first to one
side. then to the other.
These svipltonis. however, are only
of short dur-tion. While they last the
wasp, but a few inches away, awaits
the result. Nor does it have to wait
long. A few seconds and all sign of
life has disappeared from the tarantu
Ia. The once powerful legs curl up
beneath the body, and it rolls over
THE MILK OF THE AGED.
Honey In the Olden Days Was
Thought to Prolong Life.
Honey has been known from the
earliest times. The Scriptires make
mention of it, and pagan writers cele
brated its virtues. It was called "the
milk of the aged" and was tipought to
prolong life. Honey was also used in
the embalming of the body after death.
This food, as useful as it- is delicious.
was esteemed most bighly by the
Greeks, who celebrafed its virtues.
alike in pros e and verse. so that the
fame of Attic houey has been trans
mitted unimpaired to our own day.
Used in all kinds of pastry, c:ike and
rgouts, it was also esteeied :is a
sauce. Pythagoras in the latter part
of his life was a vegetarian and lived
wholly -n bread and honey. a diet
which he recommended to his disciples.
And this gentle philosopher reached
the ripe age of ninety years before lie
departed from life.
The true source from which honey
is derived was only diseovered in later
years. Virgil supi*sen that its #Ie
licious swoetness fell frot heaves up
on flowers in the shape of goatle, ix
visible dew, a belief which he shared
with Pliny and even Galen. It was
left to modern observers to study with
enthusiasm plant life and bee life and
learn from them some of the most won
derful lessons of nature.
Ilone'y was often served by the an
cients at the beginning of a banquet in
order that the uncloyed palate might
enjoy to the full its exquisite flavor.
The Monkey and the Look.*ng Cls
A monkey in a wood some~how got a
looking glass and went about showing
it to the animals around him. The bear
looked into it and said he was very
sorry he had such an ugly face; the
wolf said lie would fain have the face
of the stag, with Its beautiful horns.
So every beast felt sad tha.: it had not
the face of some other in the wood.
The monkey then took it to an owl that
had witnessed the whole scene. "No,"
sadl the owl, "I would not look into it,
for I am sure in this case, as in many
others, knowledge is but a source of
an." "You are ijuite right," said the
beasts aind broke the glass to pieces.
exclaiming, "Ignorance is blissi"
Guilty or Not Guilt.y'.
A war veteran in the customs s:'rvice
told this: In] 1804 somec one stele horse
blankets from the troops stateiond at
Fort Wadswvorth and sold them to nu
Irishman wh'lo lived ini the vicinity.
When they were traced and he wais ar'
rested the judge said, "Why did you
steal these blaniketsr' "Oh dahi't steal
'em, yer honor'; they belongs to me."
was the reply. "But," conitinued the
judge. "they are branded 'U. S..' whic'h
means 'Tnited States.' " "No. sor'r. yer'
honor, they be my ntame. bieenn se 'U'
stands for Michael an' -S' for McCair
An Irishman on being maitde fem'ianl
o! a gang of laborers wished to shor-c
bis authority to those under huim on
the first morning of his p~romoi't ion.
"Now, look here, hoys." siI lie,
"when I say 'Commiinee' you have all to
cominee, and~ thiemi that don't comn
mince wvhen I say comimince won't
comminee. So commtinee." - London
We move about Sept.
5th No. 1432 Main Street,
almost opptsite MasonliC
to close out every PIANO
ad ORGAN in stock, and
ave marked down prices
s an inducement.
W RIT E o r CALL
juickly if you desire a big
>argain either in a PIANO
For catalogues, prices
md terms, address
MA LON E'S
olumbia, C. C.
Get This Next.
M ach inery for the Coming season.
New or second hand we have it.
Your old m a ch in ery thoroughly overhauled
We can fix it good as new.
G in-Saw s, Ribs, Bristles and Twine.
We have a full stock.
Your buildings protected from fire.
By using Iron Roofing. We handle the best,
W. 0. McKeown & Sons,
Cornwell, S. C.
WE RUN OUR BUSINESS
Every Day in the Year except Sunday.
WE CARRY A NICE LTNE OF
Horses and Mules
TIHROU(II THE SUMMER MONTHS. WE NEVER CLOSE AT
THE END OF A SEASON.
-OUR STOCK OF
BUGGIES and WAGONS
TH E L A'RGEST IN SOUTH CAROLINA.
You can save your mileage and more by coming to Columbia.
GREGORY-RHEA MULE COMPANY.
JNO. W. CONDER, Manager.
PiaIr, St., - - - - - - - - COLUMBIA, S. C.
Viachinery Supply House for the State
WE SELL EVERYBODY.
Headquarters for EVE RYTHING in MACHINERY SUPPLIFS.
All kinds of Injectors, L'ibrieators, Pipe, Valves, Fittings.
Supplies for Saw Mills, Oil Mills and any one in Machinery business.
Large stock of Well Pumps and Cylinders. Get our price.
COLUMBIA SUPPLY COMPANY,
CoLUNBIA, S C. The Machinery Supply House of the State.
The News and Herald Office
Handsme Jeelry STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
FOR THECOUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OE COMMON PLEAS.
Forence G. Feaster, Plaintift,
Thomas E. Bell, Defendant.
Summons, for Relief. Complaint not
Your vacation time is near; don't To the Defendant above-named:.
you need some fresh new Jewelry for You are hereby summoned and re
Shir. waist sets in <rold. trold filled quired to answer the complaint in this
an d sil ver are quite pornlar this season. action, which is filed in the office of
Silver huckle nins. three-piece sets, the .Clerk of the Court of Common
75c ; same, gold fil'ed an d also enam- Pleas, for the said County, and to serve
eled, $1.00: numerous other designs, a copy of your answer to the said com
plain and fancy, 50c. to $5.00, plaint on the subscribers at their office,
With the summer weather adlow- N. 2 ank Range, Winnsboro, S, C.,
nek dresses conies the necessity for within twenty days after the service
some neck ornament. A nick locket hereof, exclusive of the day of such
and chain is alwa ys suitable. Solid service; and, if you fail .to answer the
(Goild Chains from $3.50 to $8.00. Solid complaint within the time aforesaid,
Gold Lockets $.5.00 and up. We have the plainttiff' in this action will apply
somuebeatuties in Gold Lavallere Chains, to the Court for the relief demanded
with Amethyst. Tourmaline and Per in the complaint.
pen diants, ranging in pries from $85 Dated Ausrust 5th, A. D. 193.
to $S4.00. Also have them in gold A. S. & W. D. DOUGL ASS,
filled from $4.50 to $6 .50. These are Plaintiffs' Attorneys.
very handsome and stylish. Neek To the absent Defendant, Thomas E.
heads are also in vogue. Solid Gold Bell:
B'eads FI15.00 and un. Gold Filled jTake notice, that the summons, of
Bonds $3.25~ to $5.50. French Pearl 50e. which the foregoing is a copy, and the
to 95.00. Enamel Toronoise 3.5c., 50c. complaint in this action were filed in
to $2.50. Real Amber $1.50. the of flee of the Clerk of Court of Corn
moni Peas for Fairfield County on the
6tiay of Augrut, 1905.
Souvenirs. A.l& S. & w. D. DOUGL ASS,
I8-9-6t Plaintiffs' Attorneys.
Coffee Snoons $1.00 to $1.75. Tea
Spoons with Capitol building in bowl T N E T K N
handle $1.50 to $2.75. Brooches, Hat Ui
Pins and Chatalaine Watch Pine, with
Seal of the State of South Carolina in WILL BE CONTINUED I~;
Colored Enamels ...price 50ec. to $1.75- the future the same as in the pat.
Have yon a copy of our illnstrated in the odetbiheti l t
entalogue ofetaple goods, viz.: Watches, n odetbihetnalit
Jewelry, Silverware, Cut Glass, etc. departments - with a full stoek oft
Caskets, Burial Cases and Coffina.
PH.L C IOT E& cO oustantly on hand, and useo
R .L C IO T O hearse when requested.
dJ EW E L.E2 R B. IThankfnl for past patronage-.
and solicitous for a share in the
244 Tlain Street, Columbia, S. C. Ifuture, in the old stand.
Calls attended to at all hours..
N ow !TI ELOTtKSlP.
J. M. ELLIOTT & CO.
THE MACFEAT BUSINESS COL- Final Discharge,
LEGE is allowing~ a SPECIA L DIS _________
IOUNT. Enter, take advantage of~ Notice is hereby given that the
his of1er, and be prepared for a posi- nudersigned will apply to the Judge of
ion when the fall business opens. Probate for Fairfiel County, on the
All correspondence answered promp~t- 16th (lay of September, 1905, for a
linali discharge as Administrator of
M. H. BOWEN, Principal, th -saeo .C Lu , decesed.;
C'olnnwhin. S. C' '-.1I-4t A dministrator.
-e a Cold in One Day In Tw
o Q e~ll0Tablets. on every
ts. Tisintr, - -box. 25c,
WhIven you ft lang i tired,
nervous and irritable, your Vi
tality is low-your supply of
ierye energy exhausted, and
vyear system running down for
lack of poiver,
The organs of the body are
Working poorly, or not at all,
and you are not getting the
nourishmnt n'ccded. This soon
impoverishes the b'lood and in
stead of throwing off the i-m
purities, distribut-s- it all
through the body. This brings
disease and n:!sery.
Feed til rveris with Dr.
Miles' Nen-ine, a nerve food, a
nerve medicinc, that nourishes
andl strente1ins the nerves, and
see how q : ou 'will get
strong and vigorous.
p -viu t A -::: . t.e k -f tYpho:d
r h-r l ns ;.cr, :r from the
fe.e, he a.; muh worus'o. ami could
hail ionro h 1-'l being exceed
igy-ncrym. wie h lu" .. excited.
She wcs er restlssat -ight, and
never .:d a 90-( ni-.; 's rest. She
r1lso suffre ri:--h fromi nervous head
ache. Dr. rvim:- recom
na fier--- ftr the first
three < st hie n good night's
rest. ar.:1 at the na of the first week's
treatment ::-- s w nd:r-!!; im
prov-l. mn:4n- : use of Nervine has
cgnplk ced her entire e r."
16".1 Cherry St., Eva svilne, Id.
Dr. Miles' Nervine is sold by your
druggi:t. who wil auarantct that the
firct bottle will-beneft. If it fails, he
will refund your rnotey.
Miles iledical Co., Elkhart, Ind
The "Modern Method" system of
high-grade tailoring introduced by
L E. Hays & Co., of Cincinnati, 0.,
sa"die Pod kesseu everywhere.
Al Garments Made Strictly
- to Your Measu.
at MOdeus.O prices. 500 styl! of foreign
and domestic fabrics from which to choose.
Ask your dealer to show you our line. or if
not represented, write to us for particulars.
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