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WKDNKSDA?, MAHON --' li?05.
Dcalh of lion. .las. I. fribble.
Hon. dames L. Tribble died at Iiis
Lome ir? this city )esterday morning
ut 5:*)0 o'clock, lie had been in failing
'tealth tor soiiio time, and while no
hop?' waa entertained for Ina ultimate
re?o.very, the end waa not thought to
?ie so near, peat li came rather unex
pectedly. Acting on the advice ol' his
rdiy-deian he went to Baltimore a few
iveei- s ago for medical t reatment, but
hts condition waa such that it was
iii ou g ht best for him to return without
submitting to an operation, In Hie
maimer of 1008 Mr. Tri bb le Butlered a
paralytic stroke and from the e Meets of
thistle hail never fully recovered..
Other complications net in, resulting j
il ??ia death yesterday morning.
Mr. Tribble waa boru in Abbeville
bounty -r<(i years ugo. His boyhood
days were spent on a tann until IW70,
when be went to (j reen vi I lo and enter
ed tho Greenville Ililli School under
the management ol the late Col. .Jno
H. Outride. After one session he eli?
rered Furnian I'niveisiiy, where lie
remained for three months, ami ?hen
caught a country school l'or ono term.
Ho was very successltil as a teacher.
;Soon afterward- he entered Richmond
College in Kirhmond, Va. He spent
two years at this institution, Inking
iii- aw course during the latter and
grad uating from the law depart ment.
Atter completing his ?ducation Mr.
('ribble came to .South Carolina and
mettled nt Anderson in the fall of IH7-I.
n february of the following year he
vas admitted to the bar and at once
began the practice of his profession.
Mr. Tribble formed a law partner
shin with the late Co!, .lames L. Orr,
? ?vliich was dissolved in liWO when Col.
Orr moved to Greenville to live. He
then became a member of the ti rm of
' Brown Tribble, the senior member
'.heine Coi. Joseph N. Brown. On the
. dissolution of this linn the timi of
Tnbble &. Brinco was established in
".*00, and thia existed until the first of
; the present year when it was changed
oythe addition of a new member, Mr.
s M. Paget. Tlio present firm is
Tribble? Prince &. Paget.
Air. Tribble was regarded aa one of
the strongest lawyers in the State. By
' haul study he hail mastered his profes
sion and had won au enviable reputa
tion, particularly in this section of the
d$toto. Two years ago he received
-strang support for a position on the
bench when the election of an associate
justice of the supremo court came up
ie torn tho Legislature.
In I8S8 he was elected Mnyor of An
derson and served in this capacity
with grout credit to himself. He de
clined a ie-eltction, however, to give
lu's attention entirely to the law. He
'.vas public spirited and always gave
\ ?ia support cheerfully and earnestly to
every public enterprise ol' a worthy
nature. He was identified with a nura
' ber-of'home enterprises and took a
deep interest in educational institu
tions, being a member of tho board of
trustees of tho city schools and a trus
tee of Forman University.
^ Mr. Tribble was married to Miss
Emma Feaster, of Greenville county,
and she with the following childreu
survives him: James L., Feaster, Em
ma, Blanche, Anna and Frances.
Personally Mr. Tribble waB a gen
bisaran of quiet and unassuming man
ners. His life was pure, upright und
.honorable throughout, and the type
of ii spotless manhood which he
exemplified in nil walks of lifo ?B
ts rare as it is admirable. He
v.-a a kind and consid?ralo to all, and
'few men were held in such universal
esteem. He always took an active
impart in the work of the Baptist church
-of which he was n faithful ofticer. He
was alBO a member of the Knights of
^Pythias, the MaBons, the Woodmen ot'
- the World and other fraternal organi
The funeral exercises will be held
this afternoon at 8:80 o'clock in the
. ilairet Baptist Church, after which the
.??maine will be interred in Silver
! .J3rook cemetery. Tho members of the
' 3ar Association will act as honorary
\pallbearers, and the members of the
'?fraternal orders to which Mr. Tribble
"belonged are especially invited to at
ctend the funeral exercises.
Maine legislature Thanks Miss Hub?
"The Legislature of the State of
""Maine at its recent session passed reso
lutions warmly commending the ser
-vices of MisB Lenora C. Hubbard of
. tiiia city-in-caring for the graves of six
? federal aoldiera buried in the cemetery
* o? the first Presbyterian church. The
.r?solutions are engrossed on parch
? /zaent and are signed by the secretary
- of State and the chairman of the com
. ?r?ittee on military of the Maine gen
^ ?aral assembly. They were forwarded
vi? Miss Hubbard by the governor of
tlie State and read as follows:
""Resolved, That tho thanks of this
%ody be extended to .Miss Lenora C.
/'s?abbard of Anderson, South Carolina,
r ia-gratefhl and appreciative recogni
? .. tica of her noble and patriotic service
? to the people ot. the State in caring for
...and ?? honoring the graves of certain
? -soidieva, ?formerly citizens of this
State, who died in defense of the
?The soldiers referred to in the r?so
lution belonged to the federal garrison
.stationed here at the close of the war.
Mica Hubbard, who is a teacher in the
? t:ity. schools, had been caring for the
^graves of these eix Maine soldiers for a
dooffporiod, placing flowers apon the
graves regularly on each memorial
.day,.'' The matter came to the atten
tion .of some of the veterans of the
A?rand.Army, who brought it to the
.attention ot the Maine officials.
By order of the war department the
bodies were-exhumed last fall and re
moved to the national cemetery at
Letter to Dean & Ralliffe.
Jlmlerson, J3. U.
dar Sir : Some think we take a good
* ?deal or risk in inviting oom plain tH oz De
*? -roe i*jt? and zino-we authorize our
?agent to M>lt*tvand??r.*tds guarantee :
"It y o o-'have nov fault to flo d with
vthie paint, eltber BOW in putting lt OD, or
thereafter in the wear, tell your dealer
"Wwauthorise him todo what ls right
- ???roer- * rn pen**.' '
j : Tho fallowing story tells how little tt e
Sf. H. Asher A Co., hardware dealers,
v-atb nebt'ck, N. YM b*vn sold Da voe from
to now ; bay? *'?>d th ueaudH or gal
.wlonsand have btd^u-aouo complaint In
Three ?Irin-? of ? Uusi were perfnet ;
*?Ae foartu w??? a-? I? ni a? the three were
Explanation-lt ritual the night be
' fore fourth sid* wai painted ; and
thar dotera didn't wait, for the wood to
vVnxt je dono In noch a eas?? What
<* aver the dealer, who ?old the paint, eon
^ attars ft fa r iodo. We leave lt to him:
i So nany noa flo exio-ly what we should
- *3o rf we wera tb>ir<* ; hut we are not
\ tliero. Th 3 bebt we caa do is to leave it
\V . Toura truly,
h / FW. lav?is & Co.
/ / -ff. a.--W. L. Brlsaev pella our paint.
Mr. Editor: Permit mo thc un ol a
?mall space in your columns to correct
.inc or two inaccurate historical ?tate
men ts that have appeared recently in
t he co I o m n.s ol your local con temporal y.
The Daily Mail. Tho onoto which" I
moat particularly refer is the one in
referonco to Mr. Calhoun, published
on th?; 1213rd anniversary of Ilia birth,
in which it is stated that he WOBJ born
at Kort Hill, the Kite ol'Clemson Col
lege. This is thc moro surprising in
an enterprising newspaper, because
Ibero arc HO many sources ot in tor
mat ion readily accessible, notably so
his published biography, which would
haye informed the reporter that Mr,
Calhoun was born in Abbeville County, I
tlu, hu thplace of so many notable men. ?
The obi homestead, I have been in
formed, was standing not many years
ano. Abbeville County was tho an
cestral home of Calhouns, where they
mettled at an early date.
Tlui other historical inaccuracy to
which I i cf er was made some weeks
;iK'? in which reference was made to a
Col. Ashmont! Hurt, who was said to
have resided near Pendleton, and to
have removed from 1'endletun to Ne
braska and became Co vernor ol' the
territory, Th? writer was boin and
reared not far from Pendleton, and he
never li ea ni ol' any Col. Ash mead
Hut t at or near Pendleton. Col. Prank
HUM Jived ibero more than 50 years
ago, and through thc inlluence of thu
lalo .liidgo CIT, then in Congress from
this District, the President appointed
Mr. Hurt the teriitoiial Governor ol
Nebraska, ile went himself to assume
the duties of tho ellice, but never re
moved there. Ile was Ibero only a few
months when he died, and was brought
hack here, and buried at Pendleton.
A newspaper is a public educator,
and is in sonn; sense a historical reposi
tory, and accuracy in its statements
should be its highest aim. lt certainly
is the highest duty it owes to the read
ing public to state tho exact facts.
Pilly years from now the liles of tho
! A'JM papers will bo referred to to es
tablish certain tacts, and how impor
tant it is then that they should bo ac
curate in their statements. There aro
older men in tho city, notably Mr.
H. P. Clayton, who could liavosot tho
Daily Mail reporter right on these two
statements had they been applied to.
Tho writer bas noticed frequent inac
curacies of a minor nature in tho col
umns of your contemporary, which a
little moro care could have avoided,
but. those two aro tho most glaring,
and aro referred to because they aro a
part of tho history ot tho State, and
therefore the more inexcusable.
To Develop Cherokee Shoals.
It is prob iblo Mink a coinpmy will be
foi m.iii j orguh.Jtd iluiiug tho ?pi mg
for the development of tho lino water
powerat Cherokee shoals on ?Savannah
river. The preliminary arrangements
have been made, and it is not thought
that there will bo any great difficulty
in carrying the plans of tho promoters
through. Cherokee shoals aro situa
ted about three milos from Calhoun
Palls on tho Seaboard railway, anil
form but ono of tho many undeveloped
water powers along tho whole course
of Savannah river almost down to Au
Tho purpose of tho promoters is to
develop the water power for tho ueo of
manufacturing plants in both States.
They do not intend to engage in manu
facturing themselves, but simply to
furnish power toothers. It is estima
ted by tho engineers that tho shoals
will furnish between 0,000 and 8,000
Tho promoters of tho enterprise are:
F. lt. Dravo, president of ihe Dravo
Contracting company of Pittsburg; Dr:
S. M. Orr andi Capt. H. H. Watkins,
of this city: O. M. ShetHeld and ll. ?.
Orr, of Atlanta and J. E. Slnine, of
Harris Bridge Happenings.
With the exception ot a little cloudy
weather the farmers are having good
weather to farm ic.
Mr. and Mrs. John Harris visited
relativea in Broadway Saturday and
On last Wednesday, the 15th, Mr.
and Mrs. J. F. Wilson gave their
daughter, Miss Pearl, in marriage to
M r. Eu gone; Mitchell. Tue day proved
io bo uu id??l npri?K u?y ??? ii!Iud
their yoong lives with pleasure. The
handsome little bride was tastefully
dressed in pure white, and the blush
on her pretty face showed the resem
blance of a dainty young bride. The
ceremony was performed by Rev. W.
W. Leathers at bia residence at 3
o'clock p. m. Wo extend to Eugene
our congratulations and wish Pearl a
long life of happiness. After the cere
mony the bridal party returned to tho
home of the bride's parents, where an
elegant supper was served by the
bride's mother, Mrs. J. F. Wilson.
On Thurso" .y Mr, Mitchell carried bia
young br:.do to his home, where all wa o
necessary for them in life. Mr. Mitchell
is a ve ry prosperous farmer and his
frier.ds congratulate him in the selec
tion he made in a companion. The
bride is the third daughter cf Mr. and
Mts. J. F. Wilson. Sae has many ac
complishments nnd we hope for them
a lifo of happiness.
A Dreamer Girl.
As we have seen nothing from our
burg for some time, aud you seem to
have no regalar correspondent from
hore we thought we would Bend you a
few dots. '
Our community ia having very bad
health at thia witting.
Mrs. M. T. Fleming, who haa been
very ill for tho last sis wooka, ia slight
Rev. Willie Beckham tilled his ap
pointment at thia place laat Sunday
and preached a very in torco ting ser
mon on the immortality of the soul.
Several of our young folks attended
the einging convention at 511. Airy
last Sunday. All report a nico time.
Mr. and Mra. W. F. Johnston were
the guests of their father and mother,
Mr. and Mra. M. T. Fleming, last Sun
The farmers are very busy preparing
for another crop at preaent.
We hear that Mra. G. D. Browning
is aick. We trust she will soon bo
With best wishes to the dear old In
telligencer we will quit for thia time.
Meeting of Veterans.
The Veterans' Camp will meet in
Farmers'Hall at Pendleton next Sat
urday afternoon, 35th inst, nt 4 o'clock,
for the purpose of electing delegates
to the State and National Reunions.
J. C. Stribling, Com.
B.C. Crawford, Adjt.
? Card of Thanks.
Mr. Editor: Plo ian allow me apace in
your columns to return my thanks to
my neighbors and friends for the many
acts of kindness extended me during
my sickness. May God's richest bles
sings rest upon each and everyone of
them is my prayer.
Jesse F. White. ?
Mr. MeNeely. lunn I'iekcns, visited
his daughter, Mrs. Rufus Bogg*.
.Miss Lulim Morgan, from Anderson,
has bee? spending awhile with her
Hinter, Mrs. James McCarley.
Spearman Dubbins, of Atlant;?, i?
visiting relatives at thia place.
Kev. II. li. Fant, of Anderson,
spent . Saturday night with Mr. uud
Mrs. N. \V. Grant.
Mr. and Mrs. Baylis Bagwell, from
near Seneca, were the guests of W. N.
Woolbright Saturday and .Sunday.
Woodson Giles, from Anderson,
spent Sunday with C. 1). Giles,
J/rs. John Sharp and Miss Kate
Shari), from Rivoli, visited Miss Annie
Fair Dickson, Thursday.
C. L. Queen is ull smiles. It's a
'i lie Quarterly meeting was held at
tho Methodist Church ou Friday, luth
Miss Mattie Bruce, of Neville, visit
ed home folks quite recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Washington, of An
dersen, are spending awhile at Town*
Miss Kate Hombree, from near
Shiloh, spent awhile with her aunt,
Mis. Richard Thrasher, who accom
panied lier horne.
Misses Flu va am) Lula BoKgfi vis
ited their brother, Calhoun Buggs, at
.J. W. SI* al ey attended Court at
Mr. ami Mrs. William Crcnshaw,
from near Pendleton, spent Sunday
with Mrs. Uichard Thrasher.
Little (.'alvin Morris, the lO inonths
old sou of Mr. and Mrs. S. V. A/cLain,
died Wednesday, March 8, 1005. Ho
had been sick of cold for some time.
Tlie funeral services were conducted
Thursday afternoon at horne 4 miles
west of Anderson, by Kev. W. B. Haw
kins, after which tho remains were
laid to rest in New Prospect cemetery.
Tho parents, wiro so tenderly cared
for him duriug his sickness, have our
entire sympathy, as it was their only
Dear Calvin, he has left us,
Left us, yes, forever more;
But they hope to meet this loved one,
On tiiat bright and happy shore.
Lonel> the house and sad the boure,
Since their dear one has gone;
But, Oh! a brighter homo than theirs,
lu Heaven is now his own.
At Lebanon School House.
Local talent will present "The Old
Maid's Convention" and "Paddle Your
Own Canoe" ut Lebanon school house
on Friday eveninir. Match tho 2-1 th,
LeginuluK 'tc <s o'clock sharp. Au ad
mission feo of 20 ceuts for adults and
15 contB for children will bo charged,
tlie proceeds togo for school furniture.
As the money is for n worthy catiBe, it
is to be hoped that the plays will be
well patronized. Remember the date
uext Friday, March the 24th.
All farmers of Brushy Creek, Ander
son County, uro hereby invited and re
quested to meet nt Mt. Airy school
house next Saturday, 25th inst., at 2
o'clock p. m. Business of interest to
ull will come up, and we waut a full
The Brushy Creek Cotton Growers'
Jos. Leach, President.
W. C. Pickens, Sec.
l.ow dates to .Havana. Cuba, and Return
via Southern Railway.
On March 20th, 1005, the Southern Rail
way Company will operate a personally
conducted excursion from points in
North and South Carolina to Havana,
Cuba, and retarn at the very low rate of
one fere plus two dollars (2.00) for the
round trip, which lnoludes meals and
berth on steamer.
Tickets will be sold on March 29th,
1005, to connect with steamer night of
March 80th, 1005, (about 11:40 p. m.)
Tickets will be limited for return pas
sage on any steamer leaving Havana,
Cuba, until April IStb, 1005, final limit or
tickets to be April 10:fa, 1005.
Stop-over on return Journey will be
allowed at point? In the State of Florida
nouth of Jacksonville within final limit
of ticket. .
For further information aa to reser
vations on steamer, schedules, etc., ad
dress any agent of the Boothera Raliway,
or R. W. HUNT,
I). P. A., Southern Railway,
Charleston, S. O.
- Nowadays people have no respect
for the business ability of a man who
can't support his son-in-law in better
style than he lives himself.
Meeting of Stockholders.
The Annual ftgeettag of the Stock
holders of the Riverside Manufacturing
Company will be held at the olTloe of the
t ompany, in Anderson, S. C., on Town
day, April 20th. 1005, at 12.30 o'clock.
D. P. MoBRAYBR, President.
Mamh ?2, 1005 40 4
If yon want H htronv, wHlmade, dur
abin Bpike-Tooth H*rrow, buy tue
' Oiito" Jrom Sullivan Hdw. Co.
A full line nf Blacksmith'* Tool? is
carried l'y Sullivan liilw. ('),
Mr. Kirksey's Recommendation.
Mr. KirkHoy writer:-I give a positive
Kua anmo with every box of Uydale's
Stomach Table's and Liver Tablet) I
He?., and have never 'bo"ii asked to re
fund tho money in a aingle Icatance. I
have Di ed thone tablets In my family
with bent results, W. L. Kirkaey, Mor
ganton. N. C. Bydale'y Tablets ar? pre- ?
pared by The Radical Remedy Company,
Hickory, N. C, who authorize every
dealer iu their preparations to guarantee
?very box or bottle of tbeir medicine,
they Hell. Sold by Evana Pharmacy.
Now la the time to take a ?pring tonic.
Ry far the heRt thing to take ls Murray's
Iron Mixture. It makes pure blood and
geta rid of that, tired leeling. At all
druggist* 5oc a rWtlo, or direct from The
Murray Drug Co., Columbia,8. C.
Like Finding Money.
Finding health ia like Anding money
HO think thone who are sick. When you
have a cough, cold, sore throat, or chest
irritation, better act promrtly Uko W.
G. Barber, of Sandy Level. Va. He naya:
"I had terrible cheat trouble, caused by
amoke ami coal dust on my lunga; but,
aftpr Unding no roHef in othnr remedies,
I was cured by Dr. King'a New Dis
covery for Corimimptiop, Cougha and
j Colds." Ureateht aale of any cough Ol
j lung medicino iu the world. At Orr
J (?ray tt CO'H. drug atore; 50c aud $1.00
,' guaranteed. Trial bottle free.
MONEY TO LOAN for borne client!
on easy terms.
Simpson & Hood, Attomoys.
Got off Cheap,
He may well think, he has got ol
cheap, who, after having contracted con
atipation or indigestion, ia still able ti
perfectly restore his health. Nothini
will do this but Dr. King's New Lit
Pills. A quick, pleasant, and certaii
cure for headache, constipation, etc. 2f>
at Orr, Gray & Co's, drug eton ; guai
"Should Old Acquaintance Be Forgot
And Never Brought to Mind."
When yon need anything usuallv kep
in Drug Stores don't forget ttmt Wilhtt
A W?hlte are generally opea from 10 i
m. to 5 p. m. Lacas Paint?, aa good r
the best and as cheap as the cheapest, a
ways on hand.
I'ree Hide ou the street Car? to
guipe?' Gallery- lr you want an lunch
M? ono dollar'* worth of Photo, work.
Hrlcoa lower than any other G:illory in
Anderson, and nothing but high-class
work. "We will frame your picture* of
all h\/.-t? at abort noti.e. We have a large
lot of frame material on the road, which
will arriva In a few days, and with two
experienced frame makers we think we
can give satisfaction, both in style sod
prices. E. M. Snipes, the Veteran Pbo
Are You Engaged?
Engaged people should remember,
that, after marriage, many quarrels can
IJO avoided, by keeping their digestions
in good condition with Electric Bitters.
8. A. Bro n, of Bennettsvllle, 8. C., says:
"For years, my wife Buffered intensely
from dyspepsia, complicated with a tor
pid liver, until sho lost her strength and
vigor, and became a mere wreck of her
former self. Then she tried Electric
Bitters which helped her at once, and
finally made her entirely well. She is
now strong and healthy." Orr, Gray JT
Co.. druggist, sells sud guarantees them,
at ?Oo a bettie.
Always Liberal to Churches.
Every church will be given a liberal
quantity of \J. tk M. paint. Call for it.
4 gallons L mg mun & Martinez, L. &
M., Paint mixed with three gallooa lin
seed oil. will paints house.
W. B. Barr, Charleston. W. Va.,
writes, "Painted Frankeuburg block
with Ii <fc M. stauds out as though var?
Wears and covers like gold.
Don't pay ?1.50 a gallon for linseed oil,
which you do in rfndy-for uso paint.
Buy oil fresh from the barrel at 00
oents por gallon and mix it with L. ?& M.
It makes paint cost about $1 20 per
gallon. Sold by F. B. Crayton, Ander
son ; T. L, Hopper, Belton; T. C. Jack
Attacked by a Mob
and beaten, in a labor riot, until covered
with sores, a Chicago streetcar conduc
tor applied Buoklen's Arnica Salvo, and
was soon sound and well. "I use it In
myfamilr," wr'tee G. J. Welch, of Te
konsba, Mich., "and lind lt perfect."
Simply great for oats nod barns. Only
25o at Orr, Gray it Go's, drug store.
That Beautlfnl Gloss.
comes from the varnish in Devoe'a Vsr
msh Floor Paint ; costs 5 cents mote t
quart though. Sold by W. L. Brlssey.
MONEY TO LOAN-A few thousand
dollars to lend on Land for client*. Ap
ply to B. F. Martin, Attorney-at-Law.
IF YOU ARE A
WE ARE GOOD GAME !
There are four things that I want you to know about my
First That they are attractive.
Second. That they are well made.
Third. That the materials are worthy, and not used skimpy.
Fourth and last, but not hy any means least, that th?-y are
lower priced than such goods were ever priced before by auy
There it no accounting for taste in Hate, as in other tb inga ;
so I have equipped myself to'suit all tastes. It's not my buainesa
to decide what sort of a Hat a lady should buy-it is my business
to have in stock the kind she wants to buy, ana tell it at a price
that will tickle the purchaser, and to have it made io such a man*
ner that, ia actual wear, it will satiafy ao well that the customer
will alwava bear me ia mind when abe needs Hats. Thia ia the
basis upon which I ask your Hat orders. N ?
Great variety, good workmanship, and lower prices than oth
ers ask for the same gooda Wt
Would advise early buying, as the Easter rush will be a great
drawing card for Hats. Place .your orders before the eleventh
hour, and reap the cream of the beautiful designa I now have on
MRS. F. A. BLACK.
John C. Osborne old stand.
HAVE YOUR HOME GROWN CABBAGE.
Cabbage Plants-All Varieties.
PRICES-1,000 at $1.50; 5,000 at 81.25 per 1,000; 10,000 at $1.00
per 1,000. Shipped C.O.B, if desired. Planta arrive at your Express
Office in good condition.
WRITE FOR MERCHANTS' PRICES.
Cabbage, Beans, Sweet Potatoes and Turnips in season.
Orders for shipment of Tomato Plants, Gea Island. Cotton Seed and
Sweet Potato Draws should be booked in .advance.
JAB. BAY GER?TY, Enterprise, S. C.
Express Office, Youngs Island, S. O.
TO LOCK FOR
We have plenty of heavy Shoes left, se that we can fit
yon easily. " V
Western Plow Shoes, Blucher Cats? at $1.60.
si&im ?sa-vj Shoes.
All Women's Coarse Shoos at 8?o-now stock.
BOYS' M CHILDREN'S SHOES.
We have the strongest line in th? County.
Our Boys' Army Shoes 'ere the best wearers you can buy?
Por Girla^ov r Beadon Calf Shoes can't be beat.
Women':* ami Children's Jersey Leggin* at 50o.
0 ver-Gartorg ?t 25 c.
B? ilOt SUV h??*T WATi BOA TIB. It BUT?IV Will HUVW VOIL
% We mean business.
r SHOE STOHE ?
to tho Formera and Merchants BJ
- COME TO -
C. F. JONES
There you will #nd an elegantly
heated building and thousands of beau
tiful, bright, sparkling
We are receiving daily all kinds of
New Spring Dry Goods.
New Spring Shoes for men, women
New. line of Gents7 Furnishings and
Clothing. f ~L
We are now ready for the early
bird in every line.
In a short while we will have our
line of Millinery. :\
D?cide now that you will trade with
us during 1905.
Our business is a growing business?
and our friends are increasing every year?
Will be glad to see you.
For Hon, Women ar X Children,
Our Buyers are now in New Sork, and to make room fot
our Spring line of Goode we are going to put the knife in
every article in our.Store. Boom will not permit us to give
every item, but below we give you some Specialprices i
? Nsw up-to-date Brilliantine, in pretty onion, brown, blue and "black, 3S
ard 52 inch, at 48c and 69a per yard.
A. pretty line of Skirtings, the.latest novelties, ;?t 48o and 69c per yard.
? new line pf Blaok Dress Gpcds from 12Jo to 01.25 per yard.
One lot of Kemnant Silks, worth 01.00, to close at 25c per yard;
Five pieces 36-inch Heavy Black'.Taffeta Silk, worth 01.25, at 97c yard.
We are overstocked on Red and*?White Table Damask, and will give
yon special prices to close on ty-firom17i cup.
Splendid line of new Counterpanes at very low prices.
One lot Men's Suspenders, worth 20o, for this sale 9c,
Genuine MennenV Talcum Powder, worth 25c, ibr this sale 15c.
Five dosenXadiea' Black Underskirts, with four ramea, value 01.25,
special price 69o,
We can snow you the prettiest line of Embroideries in the city at re
markably low prices.
A few doten pairs of i*ce Curtains to be placed on sale ii coat.
"K-W* WeW feeeiveda pretty line ox ladiwr Fancy '.Collars, ife?g??&
in prk^ftom ?Oo to 01.50.
One lot bf Meb's Shoes, worth 08.00, for this sale 01.98.
Come to see ns when you want anything ia ?he Shoe i;ne-wo can sava
A big fenn cf Men's and Boys?, aothing and Hats at prices that will
defy competition. "
? Yours truly,