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- B;~AWES, JB.
Words we bear.
-ga~ .the rounds this
that the de
res il I: the pleas
?he two. ' cnend him
heand all this
tbah t pets-on eureX~
1e Te Preprietots =o O#-.i
e cellent daily promise4fo-furn
a.bet r next year -but we
y t '1'b a rt , $t g Qd
-ther will be a se to their
RIa*10 a yearfor theDalyg id
,4 ~ ..last week.-w Issue Ae
l J Xppenaf
- ryand be
color An elegant
iClark, formerly -of this
I t.Forida is in town.
WF.Yoamans spent part of
brin eot Abbeuille is visiting
heeof Charleston is on a
&hrbthr Mr,JJR. Matthews,
7Vat leased to see Messrs. Bn
e,Jao. Kinard mnd Jas Kin~
e espeeding Cligistmas.
- repose to go out of tha}
oZ our business.
1st.-That we regaid the
= oth4 entire Q4ouncil as-works
- ibbiting Great - aste :and
we extend our thankfas
individuals to 3. T.Wi
h.as Individuals we recomn
J~*nburnl to the Citizens of
ty~Cornty of Anacrsondis a
. .S. )AXWEL,,-May or.
* WD. .zoRWN,
I. kMnH -
A $2OBle P
.:e ::e z ovywuret be1 dhsidod.
wiser nar esu
tin f t e rew on
uts:.- s r ( po "
"How-eagerly do thidifferent mem
bers of the family Tool forward to
Christmas ! Even when the belie&in
a ral, live Santa Claus" ia banished,
half, regretfully, among '_eehildish
dreapa of the past; the mystic cbarmr
which lingers about theday makes old
and young e rly long for iappear
'ance.. N1on& ould ,esteem _it above
them to .revere and celebrat the da),
no matter how exalted thebr station.
Parents *ho.do not make* Xpractice
to bestow -aome little gifts upon their
children.win ever regret thattbeydd
not give them this opportunity to look
back upon these Cbrstias. days as
bright spots in their chikdbood. Do
not destroy the beautiful i o.uIo of
hola-i6y6me;. do not beome so eJ
and-hard in your.opii i of the im
portsne of practlcafre pas to lose
sight of those thingsbut.Which life's
recollections will Oajjer in after
The January number of the Eclec
fic; the first number of the new
volume, is at hand; and is of unusual
interest. It eoutains.atbeautiful steel
engraving of "The ,TitIiz Family,'
one of the finest that bat_ ever appear
ed in' the magazine. The fist article
one on "The Poetry of the
Early ries," by -F.: M. Capes,
which l eseriptioU of' the won
deFfu' . plafotdhe.Middle
Ages. The eelbited Oriela t, W.
L S. Balston, contributes a paper on
the folk-lore anw myths of India, under
th.e name of "Some Indian 'o'rles."
k posthumous contribftion of Iva
zieffi, under thettle..f "Senilia,'
is en. Here the great Russian's
latest: studies and drens"are collect
:ed. This being the frst Aumber of
the volume it Is BIatorable time to
subscribe for-the year.
Want- of 'room preve o
various othe.ntereti g iel C
in this number.
Publishedbg X B. FIelttn,' 25 Bo
St!";erT I TorL;Terins, $5 per
y -,ts For sale
Vaf a All About.
This IsShristmas day.
The H EnADfor the 1 st-time in its
history is publIshed on:ehlstmas .day.
Who says egg-nog to the HEAL,D
Xany foul (fowl) murders were done
We-thank Dr.Folk for' aninvitation
t aTurkey roast. Time tobe set-by
D~t Jona B.Bwyers, Inka, Mass.,
sy:'BrousIon Bigtrs-give gen.
- rmse of a weekly learing from
sh iey"burg" of J a, refreshes,
ueaud will p!ease the reader.
'Close 'up your place of business
o-day, .and enjoy a rest.. A- fei
n1Mars of sale*-wil not be missede.
~h~paday flhdol wrill have
D~.te~~'. to-night.:Address by
The HEa.n Alm~anac -handsomelj
ilustrated been oar-epudters Price
only~five cenrtse it is worth ,te'ents.
'WFf.tank'our Irosperity eurreispon.
dent for his i,omise of Wees m?ots.
His New Year gathering ofltems witl
no d6ubt be "rich, rare and racy."
Readers.of the-HEEhr.naei invited to
eall and get a eopy of our vest pocke'
Calendar, printed attIs 'office for free
.4 few more banidsoee and-seasonne
ble articles-in the HEBALD-dook Store,
suitable for Christmas and New Year's
*Why can't we hear from various
other localities in the -county. There
is always something occurring~Vq
would be interesting if broughttrlg
through the HERALD.
Do not trans'ress the ordinance g
the city Conei in -reprd 'to popping
Are crackers, or sending offtrockets
otherwise you may be sentL up or pop
ped into the calaboose. -
"I would not live always, I ask not
to stay." We do not wonder, wit!
such a cold as yours, but there is
bright side to every thing, and sun.
shines even for those racked with pain
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrnp never fails t<
ure the most stubborn cough.
AIIlscientists know the proneness od
insects'.to deposit their eggs in decayet
fruit. .'What creates w~orms in the hu
man body? Think of this. and give
-Shriner's Indian Vermifuge occasilon:
ally to your children. For sale by Dr
The HERALD is nineteen years old
and its fiourishing condition gives
pleasure to, its proprietor and editor
We will know no rest until five hun
dred more subscribers are placed on its
mail book. If every subscriber wi]
speak a word to his neighbor and frient
who is not a subscriber we will havy
Our Ed. entered his nineteenth year
*Mednesday night and was given by hi;
parents a splendid- supper. Abon
twenty of his young friends, girls anu
boys participated. Our worthy "Mas
ter" in Equity, was one of the honore<
guests. The party was a very pleasan
Our Claude put' in a plea to attent
the young ladies rehearsal Thursda:
list, but his mama told him Capt
Pier would not appreciate his company
when he asked if Capt. --Pifer wa
"boss" of the Opera House? Finding
he could not go, he said he would got
the "circus" at night. He meant th
'Godley's Lady's Book for January
truly.a holiday number and opens wit
a deddedily original title-page with lit
tl C*'s crowning thema e a
Q~en"Its' two steel engrvn, e'
tIed respectively "The FirtC l
the City," "The First 'Iin) th
ountry," wiilundonbedy 1man;
ILsOil,'.The Fashion illust nsar
ully up t &e standard of th aepr
doedlans this magazine, and thepel
~eidre this month ok a colored ilhu
silon'ofb ld furnishing, If cor
aiids prpld, will certainly-fin
~jrelaIonwith all the readeis s
hibo~$e " this nuni
r e"eTaiinriipnf given last Thurs
:y 1ht f6r thebeue it of the Female
r : y, atas le at every
iant. It onalis onmusic, readings
sfan ftaton. The~pe Iormers who
# e i eh tlitfw exe~ne, pupils
. eat fbe.cl mny, were t uced by
Mi:&H. Bber .
A salutatdry was recited by Miss
Grae Jones with excellent accent and
The "Last Hymn" was recited by
-Mss Gussie Hood, with pleasing effect.
e music of the "Last Hymn" pro
eeeded from behind the ecene-other
the fecitatlon was very "ood.
Babble of the Babe, was ad
hbiIle .as well as. amusing-his- be
' concert recitation of several
tanzas, by a-bewildering
bonny girls, most of them very
0, the bble of those girls.
.ifis Mary Bu r Pope sang Baby
Mine, Miss Alleen Broadus playing the
.aecompanient; She. sang the piece
very sweetly, in excellent time.and a
remarkablty true voice. That the audi
ence was delighted with the song, was
attested by -rounds of applause.
.. Two selections were-readby Misses
Laura Blease~ and Mary Brown. One
noteworthy- feature about the per
formanee' being that the small girls
read and spoke to the audience, so as
to.heard-instead of addressing their
O'4n feet as is the custom.
"The charge of the Light Brigade"
was recited?in concert by. seven young
ladies, and, to use. the words of Maj.
Suber, "who could . resist such a
charge?". - 'Reuben .and' Rachel," a
comic character song, by Dr. E. C.
Jones apd Miss G= Griffin, in costume,
'was one of the happiest hits of the
evening. It is hardly too much to say
that the audience was transported-not
"beyond the Northern- Sea," however.
Misses Mamie and Mattie'McCaugb
un; Miss Lula Baxter, Misses Leah and
Selina. Foot entertained the audience
with piano music-"good and better."
The - little girls who took part in the
Flower Queen deserve praise-we can
not recall all their;names.
The entertainment closed with"Mag
ic Music" in which all kinds of house
hold duties ere_,performed in time,
with quick music and slow music, Miss
Hollbroke piaying the piano and Mr.
Powel -thd'xiolin.-. The effect on the
The moent was alike credi
table to t den; and to Misses G.
Griffin, Ella "'otte and Gussie Hood
is managed it. .We tried 'to get a
programme -but we were unable to do
so-we therefore take off ourhat to each
Iassie who has not been mentioned
and assure that she deserved a cor
nucopia f e.
The mus part of the performance
was a fiattering "compliment to Miss
Griffin the.accomplished music teacher
The audience. was much smaller than
ould have been but for the rain and
and we hope the entertainment
What Shall I Big?
This is the question that agitates the
public mind at tlis season. Every one
of course is pried: of -the arrival"of
the reat and good Santa Claus, and
of hsliberl dlsposition of fancies and
useful articles for Christmas and New
Year's presents.- We are - happy in
being able, frojn a:long experience in
Newspaper life togive our dear friends
an idea of the stores to which they
can go, and where'they can solve the
importaagestion which now agitates
them.~At~ these emporinths'they will'
see every variety of goods, -in such pro
fusion, that ther; will not have the
slightest difficulty in making selections.
We first call attentioifb the store of
B. H. Bline & Co. -It inThere that. one
can see all1;he 'beautiful and elegant
fabrics in Dry Goods;'Silks and fancy
notions, many of which have- been de
signed expressly for this Joyous occa
Then step in and see- the busy clerks
of D. C. Flynn, we verily belMv'-that'
they do not stop to eat their dinners.
Christmas is a great occasion-to them,
andtheir.boss is a particular friendof
. 'Next,' as the barbers say, is our
genial' friend W. T. Tirrant: He has
got christmas all over, from the crown
of his feet to the sole.of his head; and
his clerks are so lively that one might1
think that Tarrant feeds them on egg
And our old friend M. Foot; Christ
.mas is agood day with himf. If you'
want anything good, anything nice,
anything' pretty,-in short anything to
make a f'rien'd.or brother happy, go to
Foot's4rd tell him your troubles. He
will relieve you.
Some people think it hard to find
every thing they want, and many for~'
get the Hardware Store. of Se -P
Boozer. Just think .of a handsome
Spocket knife, a sett of table knives and
forks, a -pair of keen scissors, .and
many other thiing's too tedious to men
tion, and which he will show you..
Down town, a short three' minutes
walk will take you to the store of J. S.
Russell. He has a real Christmas stock.
Mince meat, quince preserves, and a'
great variety of' 'other Christmas
saweets, which every one wants, and
will have. Go to him by all means.'
In the jewelry line we direct you to
.the elegant store of Ed. Scholtz. Such
a bewildering display of beautiful arti
cdes seldom are seen except at Christ-1
mas times. No prescnt mnore acceptable
~than a watch, a ring, a broach, a chain,
or a fancy piece of china.
D. B. Wheeler's door stands open,
and the crowd lock ifi, examine and
buy some of the many articles he has
laid in from the bounteous store of the
good Santa. Dani is a good fellow and,
s tands as high in the good opinion of
od Kris a he does in that of the peo
SWould you make your friend happy?
go to Cloud & Smith-s. An overcoat,
a nice suit, a pair of pants, a half
dozen shirts, a cravat. Any one of
these articles will make a man or boy
happy I-f he is not made of stone..
Our young friend J. W. Coppock
ranks high as a fiend o? Santa.Clans,
t and has on his ecdanter some elegant
specimens of such trticles as will elicit
i the admiration of all who call -a,i him.
r 'Calland see what he has-got.
.There are many attractions at. the
, store of Dr. Fant, particularly design
s ed for the holiday season to which we
g direct your attention, feeling satis
fed that you will be pleased,
e Dr, Pelham, what shall we say of
him,' unless it be that his store like
Noah's ark has every article in It
known to man.
s J.-N. Martin & Co., are in Gro
i cories a substantial line of goods ;
everything they have is good, you bet,
s and consists of such things a cannot
-be dispensed with this christmas oc.
e -Geo. MeWhirter has-a bigst nl
T a-big stock of Od,imldis
e li1others hislp
- Ou0 extra
&- ents usia
WHEELER & MOSELEY,
PROSPERITY, S. C.,
LEADERS OF LOW PRICES.
In consequence, and by reason of, a
continous line of fair and honest deal
ing, and the fact that the proprietor of
the HERALD Book Store has for a long
time striven to please the people and
distribute the beautiful wares manu
factured at his great and wonderful
factory in Icedom the immortal-and
Kringle-Santa-Claus-or Old-Nick, has
issued the following circular :
of the Kingdom of the North Pole,
December 20th, 1883.
Dearly Beloved and Best
Esteemed of Book Sellers
in the South.
By Royal Ukase, you are hereby de
clared a Knight in the first degree of
the Red Book, and are authorised to
make it known to the Wor'd and par
ticularly to the people of Newberry
that your store is Head-quarters for the
beautiful goods I make, and-you are
requested to sell at as low a price as you
can do with justice to yourself. Par=
ticularly -ould I have you dispose of
those beautiful Bibles and Auto Al
bums, in every one of which I wish my
name to be enclosed in letters of gold.
Done by my hand this cold day at
Icedom. Anno Domino, Dec. 1883,
A Yorkshire inan,having occasion
to visit France, was dumfounded, to
find on 'reaching Calais that men,
women and children all spoke
French. In the height of the per
plexity which this occasioned he
retreated to bed, and was awakened
in the morning by the cock crowing;
whereupon he burst into a wild ex
-clamation of astonishment and de
light, and exclaimed : "Thank good
ness, there's English at last !"
The House of Representatives
-has passed a bill repealing the lien
law, to take efftet Jan. 1st 1885.
The bill passed by.a vote of 66 to
44, Mr. Hardy, voting for and Mr.
Johnstone against it-Mr. Sligh did
MR. EDITORS: Why is It a white
man hasen't the same chance a negro
has ! I was find $10 for firing a pistol
in self-defense on the streets, while a
negro - as fined nothing for doing the
same thing not in self-defense ! Can
some of the Council rise and explain ?
I1 do--not object to paying the finesbut,
I do think the Coneil should make a
negro pay the same, for a like off'ense.
I am a white man, in the broadest
sense, apd expect to abide by the laws
and regulat'ons of the town, but when
I see a negro allowed privileges that
a white man has. not, I_at compelled,
by self respect to raise my voice
against it when you warned me it was
danger to do so.
- G. A. ANDERsON.
.Mr. John I. Houseal, by ,the failure
ofthe Mississippi Bank at Vicksburg,
lost the very comfortable sum of $1,100.
Departed this life, in the city oi
Columbia, S. C., on the 7th Dedemnber,
1883,ln the 42d year of his age, Harry
W.' Butler, second son of B. G. and
M. R. Butler, of Charleston, S. C.
His'spirit is enfran -hised now,
Those restless lo.:gi ios o'er.
The quenchiess t u.,hts hushed into
- rest ;
-And-on that dreamless shore
Whose dim and dist :nt bonuuary
He longed so much to know.
His.wearied heart has found its rest,
Mi joys forever new.
'Teri murmur not, he has not left us
.. wvholly ;
HIs memory lingers still.
While borne aLoft on seraph's wings
il Hsings a h-dlier song,
And 'tunes his harp to swveetes: strains
'Mid Heavex.'s angelic throng.
31. A. E.
Dec. 15, 18 3, by J. S. Reid, Esq.,
Mr. JOHN L]#VINGSTON to Mrs. MI
NERVA SrrH--SilofYNewberry Coun
Dec. 19, 1883, at the residence of
the brige's fath'er, by Rev. G. W. Hol
land, Mr. ABRAM LONG to Miss.LICE
QUATLEBAUp, all of Newberry Coun
Dec. 19, 1883, at the residence of the
bride's father, by Rev. John Bolles,
Mr. -THOS. L. B. EPPEs to Miss NoBA
.KIBLEE,~all of Newberr~y Coniy.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
The -National Bank of New erry, S.
C., vs. Thos. 5- Moorman and S. E.
.Ay irtuc.f an exeegtlon to me dli
rected in the' above stite.d case, Iwil]
sell at Newberry C3urt House, on the
frst Monday (Saleday) In January, A.
D., 1884, at public outefi, to the high
est bidder, the -foiowinB rasi estate,
One lot,- and :the buildings thereon,
situateja the Town-of Newberry, con
tanntwo seres, , more or Idss, and
bou wesi by C6ats St., north b3
Boundary St., east by the Methodis1
Parsonag lot and soUttb by Jas. McIn
tosh ante'l village gaveyard.
. Also, all that tract, or 'pantation o:
laad sit'ua lIgingland being-In th<
undedby of W. W
e of Mrs. Nancy Allen
- neock and others
all that tract or planatlor
lying and be ini thi
State aforesaid containi
-M rs-EVC Wlbi
.mph, estate of C'i rok
as the property of Thon
sCash. Purchasers to pag
D B. EL~,8 X. Q
I ?RATWE HAD
Space to-tell you what nxelous inducements are being offered within
that little "Bee Hive" 4f;5. Clines & Co. What handsome Cloaks,
and Walking Jackets,-si0bly trimmed,-are being sold at least one
third less than their real value. How stacks upon sta'ks of rich and costly
Dress Goods are being sold in order that our immense Stock may be
reduced ; for Dress Goods unlike wine do not improve by age ! How
Plantation Boots and Shoes, are leaving the store ; having determined to
discontinue keeping heavy shoes, and having advertised them AT COST,
we will keep our promise, "Tho' the Heavens Fall!' Money is searce,
and. stagnation is Death ! Activity of trade must in the end compensate
for temporary loss ; for dull trade always accumulates old stocks until
depreciation in values, and interest on moneys lead to greater losses.. If
you have any Dry Goods to buy this week come and see us ; we will
make it more than repay you.
What bygone visions of happy childhood does this magical word recalls.
During this Festive Season let us remember the children, but let us not
forget those older Dear One's, who have claims upon our generosity, and
who ca.i better appreciate our little kindnesses. Give them some little
gift-no matter how poor you may be, and in making them happy, you
cannot fail to be doubly happy. Before you make your purchases look
at our resplendent line of Useful, Christmas and Holiday Goods.
LOOK AND ADMIRE.
Look and wonder ! nothing but the most stylish designs in Ladie's Collars,
Neck-wear and Rushings. Every thing new and desirable in Silk and
colored bordered Handkerchiefs. Every one who has seen our beautiful
designs in Hosiery speaks of them in terms of the highest praise. Hosiery !
Handkerchiefs!! Gloves!!! Ribbons!!! Buttois!!! Perfumeries!!!
Corsets !!! is our great STRONGHOLD from -vhich we can never be
LOW AND POPULAR PRICES.
NOW AND ALWAYS
the rule ! A case of ,hose much desired 12 and 15 ets Worsteds just
Have you bought any of our SOcts. Ladies and Gentlemen's Under
wear ? Then you know that we are selling 75 cts. Underwear for 50 ets.
Special inducements in Balmorals, Shawls and Jerseys. Those of you
who have bought Domestics from us, know that we are indeed HEAD
QUARTERS, and that we stand without a successful rival.
B. H. CLINE *& CO.
& Recently great improvements have been 'made in
our Silk and Trimmiqg Departments. The only complete
line of Silks; Satins, Velvets, &c., in Newberry.
BREAD and CAKE. Executors Sale of Land
BAKERY. ' Personal Property.
We will sll at Newerr C. H. S. C.,
MRS. W. I. LANE, on the first Monday in January next,
all the lands belonging to the estate of
Main Street, near Mr. M. Foot. David Kibler, deceased, consisting of
the following prcels in the town of
Bread and Cake ii all kinds made iProsperity, S. C, viz:
daily. No. 10. The House place, containing
6 acres, whereon is located a fine
Wedding Cakes a specialty, and 'dwelling house with seven rooms and
trimmedin handsome style. all~ necessary out buildings. Both
spring and well water.
Patronage respectfully solicitetl- No 11, Lot, containing 4 4-10 acres.
Dec. 1m. INo. 12, Lot, containing 4 6-10 acres.
No.. 1, Lot, containing 1 44-100 acres
Notice of FiniSettlement, and fronting on MleNary road.
WUL No. 2, Lot, containing11 acres front
,,se.arge ' ino on same road.
We will make a-final settlement on i o 3, Lot, containing1) acrcs front
the Estate of Ira Johnston deceased in in~ on same, rocainn1310.ce
teProbate Court . for Newberry fr 4 t ont aiing 13-100 road.
Counkty, S. C., on the 7th of January No. 5, Lot, containing one acre and
1884, and immediately thereafter
apply for a final discharge as executors fronting on sametad.n 4-0 ce
of said ED H. OOo. 6,Lot cntaining 2 3-100 acres
49-5t ___.__ Executors.__ No. 8, Lot, containing 12t acres.
No. 9, Lot, containing22 36-100 acres.
W A N TED . Also a-valuable plantation of land
________________________ containing One hr'ndred acres more or
less, bounded by lands of J. W. S..ock
COTTON S ED I man, Elizabeth Cmrn Henry Domi
__nick_and_others._This_land is 5 miles
distant from Prosperity, S. C.
-Terms of sale.-One-half ini cash,
COTTO'JN SE ED! and the balance on a credit of twelve
months with interest from the day of
I wil .ay (Se. fiteencens ~ sale, second, by the bond of the pur
I w11.ay 15c) ften ent .cshchaser anid anortgage of the premises.
per bushel for, 10,000 Bushels SOUND The purchaser to psy for pspers.
DRY COTTON SEED- delivered-to me The purchaser of the House lot, will
at this place before the' first of next also be required to insure the dwelling
November. Will exchange Cotton house in some good company to an
Seed meal for Cotton Seed. .amount equal to the credit portion and
J . T. TAYLOR, assign to us as erecators.
Saluda 0. T., S. C. Also all the personal proper-ty be
Sep. 26, 39-3m. longing to the estate of David Kibler,
deceased, will be sold at the former
NONO I |residence of the said David Kibler, on
I uesday after saleday1W January.
MONE T. I N!!!Terms Cash.
B! THE CAROLINA .DUAYTONW. T. KIBLER,
BANKING COMPANY As Executors of the last will and
testament of David K.ibler, deceased.
OF Dec. 6-tds.
NEW YORKIAND BOWTON.
Farm Mortgage Loans Goods of All Hinds,
Negotiated on such as kept in a
Improved . ISCIlNiN OIIS .TOIJI,
Farms & Plantations. -TiHESE AR E OFFERED
FOR NEWBERRY CON At Very Short Preits,
Apply to BY THE OLDEST
0. L. SCH U MPFET,H TE
Attorney and Counsellor,
48-3m. Neberry. S. C. -~ IN4 NFSEBER VY
NOTICE. *42-f M. FOOT.
piy to REN I N~ION OF TEACHERS.
W. ERNEST MEahesR6rbehldT teCor
Jalapa or N ry House, betweeni the hours of 10 and 3
__________________* o'elock on the following days.
- 4th, January 1884, Colored T
TOR S .LE Saturday 5th, January 1884.
*Teachers. By order of the Board;
- 15 shares National Bank of New- J. C. BOYD.
berry, S. C., stock, will be sold at utb- 504 s. c.,N.'c.
lie auction on the first Monday in an._______________
1884, belonging to the estate of Mr wanted for The Lvsof anl
A.M. I!NDERSON, lUiiI i Irg, handsomest bt
50--4.Administrator, twice our pric. Tham
nAmerica. Immense proflts to agents.
- teWent poplewant It. Ayone
TUE HOUR OF CONTEST
APPOACIZS & F LYN
HATH IN HIS PREPARATIONS
THROWN DOWN HIS GAUNTIEW
Defiance, and Challenges the Statiit a
MIGITY STRUGGLE 'FO
THIS ISA STARTER
500 doz. Pure Linen towels 10c. worth 20
500 " " " " " 121 25
500 " " " " 15 " 0
1009 " Hose " 5 10
800 CC" 8 8 " 15
500 "" " 10 " 20
500 " i " " 5 " 10
500" " " " 8 C 10
300 " " " . 10 " 20
A Fine Lot of DAMASK from Be#frt.
You Can Buy Damask, @ 25c. per y
" " " " " 50 " " ' '"
" " " 10-4 Sheeting, " 20
Straw Tick for fie, worth 10~
Feather " "' 15 "
First Class Feather Tik for 174
AN ELIGINT 1i8181T FO 0 Wets
THE PRIC'ES TELL
PEOPLE TELL THE PRICE8. F N',
The argument answerable.
Put down the price and push up the trade.
Direct from the Manufacturers to Consumers.
The smallest profit attsacts the largest number.
An Intelligent Public Wants FACTS
And Not FANCY.
WOOLEN AND J S8
You can buy elegant Jeans for 15o., home made Jan~&
for 37' 1 -9Bo., beautiful CASSIMERES 1hr /Jc5
Will say that our NOT ION Stock f Complete in eurythingq.
We have dress buttons from 5c. up. 144 buttons for 5c. Tate b*0
tons per box 10c.
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