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Everything (?encrnlly Onrrled in
STATION Kit Y, TOI I.KT A KT 101 JI
PIPES, TOHACOOS, PURSES, P<
SPECTACLES, 1'INI-; (INNA. OU'
- CHRISTMAS GO
ONE CENT A WORD
(Small advertisements under
this heading Inserted at rate ot
ono cont a word per insertion.
Four insertions for prico of
All grinding at Karie's .Mill for
tentli toll. 37-12
Shingle Mill mid Engine, for Salo.
T. K. ALEXANDER, Walhalla, 38
WANTED-Few good Milk Cows.
Sue CEO. T. MORTON, Walhalla, for
a square deal. 4 4-47
AH hinds of seed grnin cleiuiodi ?nd
graded by special machine at Earle's
Mill, I Oe. per bushel. 37-12_
FOR SALE-l'air Donkeys, work
anywhero; LS months old Colt; pigs.
Seo Mrs. CEO. A. HARRISON, Wal
halla, S. C. lfi-48
WANTED-Fivo hundred cords of
Dino Wood; also frosh country Eggs
at 4.r>c. per dozen. THE PEOPLE'S
STORE, Walhalla Cotton Mill. 4 4-4 7
FOR HALE-8-eyllnder Olds Club
Car; practically now. Will HOII at a
bargain. W. A. fl RA NT, Walhalla,
Ss C._ 30-tf
\ SPLENDID CHANCE tor a nico
home in Seneca; elegant lot; com
paratively new house; very conven
ient; nt a bargain. S. I). CHERRY,
Seneca, S. C, 4 7-4 8*
FOR SALE-Ford Automobile (a
roadster), two pigs, ono thorough
bred Jersey calf (male). Prices rea
sonable. .1. P. VAUGHN, West
Halon, R. F. D. No. I. 17-f>0*
WANTED-Poultry, Eggs and
Hides, will pay tho highest prices.
Seo me boforo von sell. C. H. O EL
KERS, Walhalla, S. C.. (opposite
Rankin's Corn Mill. 46-49?
Registered Duroc Jersey Pigs for
finie. Oconee County Duroc Preod
ors' Association. Write G. M. BAR
NETT, Secretary, Westminster, S. C.,
R. F. D. No^ _49?
SEVERAL FA HMS Tor salo that
paid from 1 fi to 2f> por cont this
year . To bo sold quick. Tho land,
section and- price right. GEO. T.
MORTON, Walhalla, S. C. (Phone
83.) 4 4-47
ATHENS HIRE COMPANY, of
Athens, Ga., are largest buyers of ex
press shipped Green Cow Hides in
South. Reason is "They weigh the
weight." ll. MUG IO N IO FA NT, Mann
aor. :*. 1-8*
FOR SALE-Ooh ni ig Property,
situated in tho best business center
of the Town of Walhalla; half-acre
lot with buildings. For Information
address C. F. HOE FER, Administra
tor, No. 1000 Main St., Columbia, S.
C. 2 9-tf
ALL PERSONS IND 101 IT IO I ) to
Goo. A. Harrison, Agent for the
Onion Guano Co.. for the year 19 17,
or previously, will please make pay
ment to the undersigned as soon as
possible. HANNAH IO. HARRISON.
Executrix of the Estate ol' Geo. A.
Harrison, decoased. 46-49
A Special Communication of Blue
r?M?ri| Ridge Lodge, No. 9 2, A. F.
M., will bo held next Friday
night. Nov. 22d, 19 IS, at
o'clock. Work in llrst degree.
D. A. SMITH, W. M.
W. O. WHITE, Secretary. (ad.)
*P *P *I* *?* *I* *I* *I* *l* *I* *p *t* *p*p ?I* '1**1* ?f* ?I* ?t*
J LOCAL AND PERSONAL. J?
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-Good one-horse wagon for sale.
T. E. Alexander, Walhalla.- adv.
- We are requested to announce
that there will be services at Pocky
Knoll next Sunday night at 7.30
o'clock, instead of the afternoon ser
vice. Sunday school at L' o'clock in
the afternoon. Public invited io at
tend all sorvie.os.
All kinds ol' stock food, extracts
and spices, lt, IO. Koeso, Westmin
ster, S. C. adv. 10- I'.?.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. S. Huffman, ol'
Columbia, were recent visitors al tho
home ol' Mr, and .Mrs. .1 R, Karlo, in
Midway. They were called hone- on
account or the lillies of their daugh
ter, Miss Carlie Delle. Miss Huffman
has been suffering from an attack of
influenza, but is Improving. Mr. and
Mrs. Huffman returned lo Columbia
Tuesday morning of Inst week.
-I have moved lo West minster.
See me in town every Saturday. R.
E. Koeso, '.The McNess Man," West
minster. adv. 16-49.
- Probably no real estate event
in Oconee county has attracted as
much attention as the .DU I ion sale
of Carter's Orchards and oilier valu
able property in and around West
minster, which sale will take place
next. Saturday, November 2:!d. at
10.30 o'clock. This ls some of the
most valuable land III the county,
and no doubt will sell readily. The
demand for good farm land closo to
town was never greater, and in view
of tho fact that the war is over and
America will have io feed a starving
world for years yet will only increase
tho demand. Seo announcement of
this big land sale, which will b<!
found on tho tilth page this week.
- Lost-On nubile road between
Townvillo and ('ross Roads, hunch of
keys. If foun 1, return to (!. (J, Kelley
BoK 131, Walhalla.-Adv.
?RUG STORE, \
,A, S. C.
a Drug Store, a Vari??d lum* of
ICS, DYKS, SMOCK MEDICINES,
MJKICT DOOKS, BYK GLASSES,
I1 Ci DASS, TOYS, CANDI KS, Bte.
ODS ARRIVING. --3
-Plenty of cement and roofing for
everybody. W. M. Drown & Son. ad.
Tho many friends of J. It. Earle,
Ksq., who has huon seriously ill for
more than a week, will bo glad to
learn M hal his mini Dion is greatly
improved. Ile is now able to be up
and about the home. Wo hope for
bis early complete recovery.
- - The Darby Transfer Co. ('al
and truck for hire, ?lay or night. Ali
calls given prompt attention, phono
<~>, Walhalla. Prices reasonable.- -
.Kev.J. 15. Merchant, pastor in
charge of the Walhalla (Methodist)
Circuit, requests us to urge that all
the committees for tho various
churches of the Circuit send in their
reports to him ut once, as he will
leave for A .inila) Conference the lat
ter part e. this week.
-C. W. Pitchford bas been absent
from als store for a few days, as he
hap -i'-en suffering from influenza.
W . are glad to note, however, that
ho hi ^ble to be up in his room, and
hope Boon to see him at his accus
tomed place in thc C. W. Pitchford
-Hey, Mr. Farmer! Como out to
tho tractor demonstration at Henry
Glnzoner's next Friday and see what
we have to offer you In the way of
Improved machinery that will cul
expenses and save labor at the same
time. W. M. Drown & Son, Wal
-'Following is (he schedule for
sorvlces at the Walhalla (First) Bap
tist church: Wednesday, 20th, regu
lar prayer service at 7.HO p. m.; Sun
day, 24th, Sabbath school at 10 a.
m.; morning worship ll a. m.; even
ing worship (union service) at 7.:!0
o'clock. Tho public is most cordial';,
invited to attend all services.
?-For Salo-Ono Ford Roadster.
Seo John lt. Kaufmann, Walhalla. S.
-Sergt. Lewis C. Harrison arrived
in Walhalla tho latter part of last
week and will be here with his pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Harrison,
for some time. Mr. Harrison is here
for tho purpose of recuperating DP;
health, which suffered material Im
pairment after his entrance into the
military service. His many friends
hero are delighted to have him in
their midst again, and it is hoped
that he may soon be restored to his
-For Sale-7-room residence,
with la acres of land; best known
as the Col. J. S. Newman place; In
town of Walhalla; nice orchard.
I lino well; all necessary outbuild
ings in good condition. Apply to
.las. II. Darby, Walhalla. S. C. (or
at Seneca Oil Mill.)- adv.-12-tf
-S. J. Darker, who recently weill
to Charleston to engage in war work,
has again taken up his work with C.
W "ilehford. Mr. Harker was taken
qui ill with inlluenzn during his
stay .a Charleston, caine home to re
cuperate, and before he was able lo
return, peace was declared In Fa
rope, and Mr. Darker bas decided
that he will remain home with his
family and take up his old work. IDs
friends are glad to see him back at
his accustomed place.
- Buy tho sanitary tine, McNess
goods. R. E. Koeso, Westminster, S.
C.- adv. 46-49.
-Our good friend, W. 1). Strih
ling, who lives near Seneca, was an
appreciated caller at. The Courier
office Monday afternoon. This was
the first time we had had the pleas
ure of meeting Mr. Stribling in sev
eral years, and he is looking younger
than when we last saw him, though
he still suffers from the effects of in
juries received in a run-away acci
dent several years ago. With this
exception, however, Mr. Stribling is,
to all appearances, in perfect health.
He is one of the efficient rural mall
carriers from the Seneca post omeo.
- WANTED, At Once BO Turkeys or
more; also Clucks, Kggs and Hilles
Kor Cash. Al the Howland Stand, Up
town, West hind, Walhalla. li. I).
( talkers- Adv.
-Wo direct attention to the ad
vertisement of \V. M. Drown &. Son,
of Walhalla, which will be found on
lliis page. lt seems to us that this
announcement contains somothing
thal should ho of Interns! to every
progressive farmer. New machinery
and Improved methods are going to
play a bis; part in the future nur'cul
tural work ol' this section. We be
lieve thai tho farniers will do them
selves a favor i>> observing person
ally Ibo work (hal will h<> shown by
this demonstration. Dead the an
iiounccinonl and gel date and pince
fixed in vom- mind.
A word to tite wise is sufficient:
Call and settle your nccount with
Moss & Ansel, Walhalla. Adv.
A message was received yester
day afternoon bj W. '/. Blanched
from tho War Department Informing I
him of the death of his son. Lewis IO.
Planchott, The message stated that
young Blanche!! died of wounds re
ceived in action on October 23d, liol
leaves surviving him his aged father
and several brothers and sisters, to
Whom our warmest sympathy is ex
tended. While wo sorrow with all
those who have lost loved ones, still
wo rejoice that Oconee's brave sons
helped to pay tho price that was nec
essary to beat tho Hun and save our
nation. With the passing of Lewis
nianchotl a worthy son and a gallant
soldier Ima answered the last roll
call, but not before he bad helped to
forgo the fetters that now bind the
assassin of nations. Peace to his
-Crown fenders for Ford cars. W.
M. Drown & Son, Walhalla.-'Adv.
-We have Just received a ship
ment of Goodyear tires. W. M.
Drown & Son, Walhalla.-ad.4 7-tf.
? -The Paul Mayne Circle will meet
with Mrs. C. F. Hetrlck on Friday af
ternoon ol' this week, November 22,
I al 1 o'clock.
-Miss Gertrude Smith loft last
' week for Charleston, whero she will
bo for several weeks, visiting among
relatives and friends.
! -For Sale -Ford r>-passengor car
and Arant roadster. See Dr. -I. W.
Hell, Walhalla.- adv.
I - Walter I). Moss returned last
Thursday from Baltimore, where; be
underwent an operation recently, lt
? will bo gratifying news to bis many
friends to learn that he ls greatly
- W. L. Veiner, of tho Hank of
Walhalla, has been a recent sneerer
from influenza, but ls again able to
be at his accustomed place at the
bank, having had a very light touch
of tho disease.
- There will bo preaching at the
New Hope Baptist church on the 28th
of November-Thursday of next
week (Thanksgiving Day.) Prayer
I and song services at 10 a. m.. and
preaching b y tho pastor at ll. The
public is cordially Invited.
- Mr. and Mrs. 10. Lj Herndon.
who have been confined to their bods
for a week or more, suffering from
influenza, are so far recovored as to
be able to be up and about 'heir
rooms. Wo hope to seo them out
soon among their many friends.
-Lieut. Mary Earle, of Atlanta,
spent several days here last week vis
iting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Earle. Ile caine over on account of
the serious illness of his father, but
has returned to bis military duties
now that his father's condition is
so much improved. Lieut. Earle has
many friends here who Were pleased
to meet him again.
-Tho 3-.vear-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. John ('row, of Salem, died last
Thursday after a three weeks' illness.
Tho child contracted influenza, and
then developed pneumonia, from the
effects ol which it died a few days
after the latter disease set up. The
little body was buried at Salem on
tho day following tho child's death.
The parents have the sympathy of
many friends in their sorrow.
-A demonstration that will show
something worth while knowing
that is what wo claim for our trac
ts. demonstration next Friday out at
Henry G luzon er's place. Don't fall
to be there if you are interested In
the up-to-date methods of farming
that will have to bo adopted if you
aro to keep up with the profession
and meet competition in the future.
W. M. Brown & Son, Walhalla.-adv.
- Wm. ll. Glazenor, of the New
Hopo section, brought to The Cou
rier ollice Monday morning the larg
est sweet potato yet presented to us
this year. Bo brought to us six
pounds of good Porto Rica potato
in spite ol' the fact that a portion of
the potato had been lost la transit.
Tho potato when Hist duli about 3
weeks ago. weighed 7 V? pounds. We
asked Mr. Glazener if he didn't have
some larger ones than this, hut he
replied that he did not. He frankly
admitted (hat his 7 Va-pounder was
the largest one he had run ?cross.
Hut he looked significantly d'.wu to
ward tho local war ellice-that's
and we understood perfectly well, lt
stands to reason that we be shown
one of l)rer,.'s nine-pounders before
we believe that he has any such.
-The Local War Office ls making
ready lo "quit business." Within
the past few days the local officers
have boen notified to discontinue all
physical examinations, and the steno
graphic force has boen. dismissed. In
all probability the early pait of De
cember will witness the closing of
the war oifico here, such detail work
as will be necessary to close up all
official records being completed as
called for by the Federal War De
partment by the head officers of the
Local Hoard and their chief clerk.
Up to the present Hmo the local war
office has presented about the busi
est appearance of any place in Wal
halla. There were not a few people
lune yesterday in response to recent
calls for examination, and these all
"went away rejoicing," as the young
men were Informed that the physical
examinations had been discontinued
on orders from the Federal War De
--If you want the best buy McNess
goods. R. E.' Keese, Westminster, S,
-The many friend? of Lem Moss
will regret to Barn of his death
which occurred al the State Hospita]
last Monday. Mr. Moss a few weeks
ago Buffered from an attack of Influ
enza, his entire family being afflicted
at the same Hine be was. Ile recov
ered sufficiently to enable him to gel
out In town, hut his mind, due to the
worry incident to his family's sa(
plight, seemed lo give way complete
ly. rendering him unable to work, li
the hope of relieving his unfortunate
cond? ion lu; was sein lo the Statt
Hospital for treatment, hut nothitu
could bo dono for him, and last Mon
dav death came to Iiis relief. Mr
Moss was a really remarkable vouiu
man, of whose life and struggles wi
will have morn to say in tho future
Upright, honest, diligent and indus
trions, ho had overcome handicap
laboring under which many a mm
would hage given up in despair. Bu
he never gave np. and success to <
marked degree crowned his efforts
He is survived by his aged mother
a widow and four children, to when
the sympathy of many goes out it
their hour of sorrow. Mr. Moss wa
j about ?10 or .'15 years of age. Tb
I body arrived from Columbia yoster
day afternoon. Funeral services a
i tho home took place this morning a
il o'clock, and the body was takon ti
the Neville cemetery, west of Wal
llalla, whero Interment was made
The funeral was attended by a larg
number of friends of tho deceasei
and his family. Mr. Moss was one o
tho most popular young mon of th
local plant of tho Vlctor-Monaghai
-T. R. Zachary, the woll-knowi
fruit treo man, will deliver frui
trees nt Seneca next Friday and Sat
ll rd ay. Those interested aro roiiuost
ed ti> bear Ibis in mind and meet bin
at that point.- -adv.
If we have no more rai
together with our Roderick
Union, R. F. D. \, at the K
Seneca road. We will plov*
is interested in Tractor Farr
will do. Do not take the o
will plow and sub-soil land
cents per acre. Do you ki
such low costs?
BROWN HAS IT
BROWN GETS IT.
-Miss Myra Kant left Walhalla
recently for Washington, D. C., in
whk-h city she has accepted a position
in the U. S. Census Bureau. Miss
Kant has. many friends here who will
join with us In wishing her every
success in her now line of work.
During the past session of the Wal
halla schools she held a position as
one of tho teachers, giving satisfac
tion to a marked degree to both the
patrons and pupils of the school.
Pleasant Ridge Church Conference.
All members of Pleasant Ridge
Baptist church are requested to be
present at conference Saturday after
noon at 3.30 o'clock, for the purpose
of electing a pastor for the ensuing
year (1919.) E. L. Williams.
"CITA TION NOTICE.
The State of South Carolina, Coun
ty of Oconee.- (In Court of Probate)
-By V. F. Martin, Esq., Probate
Judge.- Whereas, R. L. GRIPPIN
has made suit to me to grant him
Letters ol' Administration of the Es
tate of and Effects of DAN ORKEN,
These are, therefore, to cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of tho said
DAN OREEN, deceased, that they
be and appear before me, in the
Court of Probate, to be held at Wal
halla Court House, South Carolina,
on Saturday, the 3 0th day of Novem
Our Mid-Season Si
Coats is now on. We
have done a big busines
entirely too many of th
carry them over, so th<
PRICES. You can nov
Our entire stock of Ladies*
Suits go in this Sale at and be
low wholesale cost:
$35 Suits, Sale pric2 only $25.
$30 Suits, Sale price only $22.
$27.50 Suits, Sale price
only . . . $19.50.
$25.00 Suits, Sale price
only . ? . $17.50.
$20 Suits, Sale price only $14.
$15 Suits, Sale price only $11.
$13.50 Suits, Sale price
only . . . $9.95.
In connection with our Sa
putting Special Sale Prices
stock and get ready for the
Several bundled yards of Mossa
line and Taffeta Silks, popular col
ors, this season's goods, in two to
ton-yard lengths. ( Will cut lengths
to suit purchaser.) Phis Silk is
worth wholesale to-day $l.lf?. Our
Special Salo Price is, per yard,
_ 91.35. _
COTTON PIECE GOODS
flannelettes, worth 30c.-Sale
Price, I2."?e. per yard.
.Cotion Flannels, worth ;'0c..
Salo Price, 25c. |MM- yard.
Drills, worth 35c.-Sale Price,
SMIe. per yard.
Cotton (meeks for Quilts-Sale
Price, I7??<\ per yard,
U ?MN ANTS
AND SHORT LENGTHS.
Wo havo a big lot of Remnants
of varions kinds. Each pieco is
carefully mensa rod and priced.
Pick out what you want-tho more
you buy tho moro you save.
LA DI EH' (?OWNS.
Ladies' Outing downs, in stripes
and Plain Whito; good and roomy
and well made Garments. Regu
lar $2.00 values
Salo Price, $1.18.
Wc have many bargain
Come in and see them. The ?
NOV. 22d, 1918.
in this week we will demonstrate
and McCay Sub-S<
Lean Dis Harrow, on the farm
leowee School House. This is
r practically all day. This is a ch
ningto see just a few things that th
ther fellows' word for this-come
14 inches deep in average soil at ;
low of any other machine that '
M. Brown & Sc
WALHALLA, S. C.
ber, 1918, alter publication hereof, at 1
11 o'clock in tho forenoon, to 1
show cause, if any they have, why (
the said Administration should not
Given under my hand and seal this
15'th day of November, A. D. 1918.
(Seal.) V. F. MARTIN,
ludge of Probate for Oconee County, ?
Published on tho 20th and 27th
days of November in The Keowce
i Courier, and on the Court Mouse '
! door for tho time prescribed by law. "
Nov. 2 0, 19 18. 4 7- 19
! ? . - i
SUMMONS TO SHOW CA CSP,. I
State of South Carolina, <
County of Oconee.
(In Probate Court.) )
To Mrs. Ida Darby, F. E. Harrison, i
Mrs. Josephine Norman, Mrs. Eliz
abeth H. Rroyles, Mrs. Sallie O. j ;
Jolley, Mrs. Nina Glower, Robt. A. , i
Van Wyck, Mrs. Grace Smith, i
James W. Harrison, Baylis W.
Harrison, Earle Harrison, Raleigh |
Harrison, Mrs. Maggie May Win-M
ant, and the unknown heirs of I. | <
H. Harrison: \i
You are horbey required to appear I
at the Court of Probate, to be holden i
?at Walhalla Court House, for Oconee
County, on the 5th day of December, i .
A. L. 1918, to show cause, if any you I
can, why the proceeds of the sale of i <
the real estate of I. H. Harrison, de- j '
ceased, sold by me, should not be I <
paid over to W. C. Hughs, Adminis- j
SEKECA, S. C.
ile of Ladies1 Suits, Ladies',
have kept our stock of Sui
s in this department. "We r
ese garments to sell at r?gulai
zre is only one thing to dc
/ buy them at and below wh
All Ladies' Coats go in this
Sale without any profit to us.
We are going to sell them
and have made prices to move
Ladies' Coats, worth
$32.50, Sale price $25.00.
Ladies' Coats, worth
$27.50, Sale price $21.50.
Ladies' Coats, worth
$25, Sale price $19.00.
Ladies' Coats, worth
$20, Sale price . $14.75.
Ladies* Coats, worth
$15, Sale price ? $10.50,
Ladies' Coats, Odds [and
Ends, Sale price $2.95 to $9,
ile of Ladies' and Children's
on many small lots of goods
LADIES' I NI HO RS Iv 11 ITS.
Ladies' Dark Outing Skirts, well
worth $1.25-Stile Price, OHc.
Ladies' While. Pink and Hine
Underskirts, 75c. values Salo
Ladies' Knit Underskirts- Sale
Price, ?Oe. to $1.25.
>IEX1. EVERV-1> A V 1 *A NTS.
Sc (io/.en Men's Cheap Ev
ory-d "ants, last winter's goods.
Some are shop-worn, but will give
good service. Men's Pants that
sold last winter at $ 1.75 and up to
$3.50-Salo Price, $1.35 to $2.05.
About two hundred pairs of
Shoes, just odds and ends from our
regular stock. Wo don't consider
former selling prices or values
when marking them. If you can
uso thom you can pick nj) some
Men's Hats In Black, Groy nnd
Drown-only one or two of a kind.
You'll bo pleased with tho values.
Salo Price, 50c. to $2.15.
is to offer you which we cannot i
Special Sale Prices will, to say th
piling Disc Plow
of W. H. Glazener, West
on the Main Salem arid
ance for every farmer who
is Wonderful Little Tractor
and see for yourself. We
a total operation cost of 75
will duplicate the work at
?BOWN HAS IT
BROWN GETS IT.
.rator of the said I. fi. Harrison, ro
)o applied hy him to the payment of
ho debts of tho said I. H. Harrison.
Given under my hand and seal this
13th day of November, A. D. 19 18.
V. P. MARTIN, (Seal.)
Probate Judge of Oeonee County.
Nov. 20, 1918. 17-49
The State of South Carolina, Coun
ty of Oeonee.-(In Court of Probate)
-By V. P. MARTIN, Esq., Probate
Judge.-Whereas, J. R. ORR hoe
made suit to me to grant him Let
ters of Administration of the Estajte
af and Effects of B. F. DUKE, do
Those are, therefore, to cite aad
admonish all and singular the kin
rlrod and creditors of tho said B.
P. DUKE, deceased, that they be
ind appear before me, In the Court
nf Probate, to be held at Walhalla
Court House, South Carolina, on
Friday, tho 29th day of November,
1918, after publication hereof, at ll
a'clock in tho forenoon, to show
?ause, if any they have, why the said
ulministration should not be granted.
Chen under my hand and seal thi?
13th day of November, A. D. 1918.
(Seal.) V. F. MAJRTIN.
Judge of Probate for Oeonee Co., S.C.
Published on tho 20th and 27tli
lays of November, 1918, in The Keo
ft-eo Courier, and on tho Court House
loor for tho timo prescribed by law.
Nov 20. 1918. 47-4'9
' S SALE
Misses1 and Children's
ts, etc., chock full and
now find that we have
r prices. We will not
at they cost us.
MISSES' and CHILDREN'S
Big assortment of Misses'
and Children's Coats, The
regular prices were from $2,50
to $U. Sale price $1.75 to $9.
LAST SEASON'S COATS
Several dozen Coats carried
over from last winter-Wo
men's, Misses' and Children's
Good Serviceable Garments
for everyday wear. If interested
in a Coat of this kind ask to
to see them. They are priced at
about half and some less than
half of their former value.
i Suits and Coats we are
in order to clean up our
BOYS' OVERALLS. j
Tho cheapest Hoys' Overalls in !
the country ar- now worth $1.00. f
We have tlvo or ten dozen in a
mixed lot, ages from fi to lil years
old; also some youths' .sizes in
the lot. Your choleo ?I
Sule Price, H5e.
Men's Heavy lOverv-dny Shoes -
several broken lots to KO at Special
Kale ?u ices
Men's $2.25 Heavy Kvery-duy
Shoos-finio Price, flt um.
Men's $3.00 Heavy IC V0 ry-day
Shoos- Sale Price, $2.(10,
Men's $3.fi0 Heavy Kvory-day
Shoes Halo Price, flUi.OO.
Men's Wool, Wool-mixed and
Cotton Sweaters - Cray, Navy,
Heather, otc. Thcso gannon ts aro
comfortable and warm
Salo Price, $ 1.2f> io $5.00.
Ladles' Sweaters in many colors
and qualities. Thoso popular gar
ments aro now cheap at our Special
Sale Price?, $'Aflrt to $5.00.
nention in this advertisement,
e least, be interesting,