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I take pleasure in ar
successful buying trip
with the Bowery side-s
scrapers," I "hob-nobb
order to get my goo
The Wonderful Barg
Be sure and come to IV
you will then be glad t
before the flood-tide of
THE PICK OF THE q
Our Prices Unmatched!
No store in upper Caro
lina will show such a
collection of first-class
goods and bought un
der such favorable
SHOT FRIEND FOR BURGLAR. IATT ANTA H
Haddon Fired Revolver at Fleeing One Case De
Figure, Which Happend to be Man From
- Glenn, His Neighbor. I Has 15een
--- Camp an,
Spartanburg, Sept. 2.-WV. T. Glenn, Taken I
an aged farmer living near Duncan's,1
was shot and killed by his neighbor, IAtlanta, Sep
H. P. Haddon last night. Had- ers, arrived in
don was arrested and lodged in jail from Pensacol
tonight. The circumstances of the which was -dia
case are somewhat peculiar. The here today.
family of Mr. Glenn and 'the family detention hos:
of Mr. Haddon attended a protract-; side of -the cit
ed meeting at Wood's Chapel last tion is being
night. On retu:ning home, members examined iby I
of Mr. Haddon's family noticed some ter he arrived
one peeping in at the window of the infected point.
house. He was taken
Mr. Haddon was immediately noti- and the case v
fied. He went to the door with his' fever this mo:
pistol in hand and observed a man Carruthers I
running across the yard from the of the origina
window. He fires a shot from the Pensacola. anc
pistol and returned inside. This nature of the
morning he was astonished and coming to Ath
aghast to f'::d the dead body of his INo fear -s
venerable friend and neighbor lying demonstrated
in his yard about 15o feet from the that yellow f<
He immediately no-tified the peo-I
pie of the settlement and stbsequent- Mobile. Sept
ly an inquest was held. Early this of informatior
morning Sheriff Nicholls was notified low fever at.
and he sent Depu-y White to the tine was ir
place. Haddon was placed under at- against her b:
The verdict of the jury at 'the.
inquest, which was conducted by Pointe
Magistrate Dean, was to the effect Chicago News,
that Glenn came to his death from a Occasionally
pistol wound, the same being inflict- her husband si
ed by Haddon. *because it feel
The tragedy is mos't deplorable. Iquits hurting.
The men were near neighbors, their Students are
lands adjoining, and there was no world over.
ill will between them. Glenn was a bombs and in
man comfortable circumstances, being 1their college ye
a practical and successful farmer. I: A man may
is estimated that he is worth $20,ooo. own satisfactio
Teir children survive him. Haddon but he can se
inouncing to the public that I have a
that I have ever made. When I hit r
hows nor spend any time counting t
ed" with Mill and Factory Presiden
ds so that I could continue to sel
ains That I Secured Are Now Pili
[IMNAUGH'S and hold your purse sti
o loosen them. This big stock was s
buyers reached New York. WHICI
'REAM, NO "SKIMMED MILK" IN
A BIG BLANKET SALE.
We have about two hundred pairs of sample
blankets, some of them are all wool, some part
wool and some of them have no wool at all.
No matter what kind of blankets you may need
for the coming season, we can supply them
and save you at least one third on the price.
Five cases fancy Dress Outing. A "juicy
plum" fell our way in this lot of outings. Nice
fall styles, worth 7 and 8 cents, special for one
week only at 5 cents a yard.
LDING STORE OF N
AS YELLOW FEVER TOTALS OF COTTON, 1904-05- new cotton growth o:
Actual g:-owth crop
velops There In Sick The Figures of Col. Hester, of the United States census
Pensacola-Patient New Orleans Exchange-13,- 127.
Sent to Detention 768,0oo Bales were Produced______
d Physicians have in United States-New GTIGHR
very Precaution. Cotton ISandled this GETN-HR
Year. Corporations and Cit
t. 2.-John C. Carruth- _-- Out of Millions E'
Atlanta Thursday night New Orleans, La., September I.- Fakir's,
and eloed ylo fee Secretary Hester, of the Cotton ex- -
ge swasstaken tofteve change, has made public the follow- Pearson's Magazine.
pital three miles out-- ing leading totals from his annual Annually, railroads
y,weeeeypea-report, showing the cotton crop of 'cities and towns I
:aen Cruhersr wreas he past season: United States are fle
.ealth officials soon af- Receipts of new cotton handled at less than $i5,o00.ooo
, n oigfo nSouthern outports to close of Au- of fradulent claims at
asd cloming fomse and gust, 195: New Orleans, 596 bales; which the defendants;
was thelospl obsrvdy Galveston, 47.862: Mobile, 934; Sa- erless. In fact, so he
-as pronounced yellow anh,24,483; Charleston, 925; WVii- sued that up to now
nig. mmngton. 469; Norfolk, 16o; Balti- have counselled to
ive wihi on blckmore, -: New York, -; Newport lest the exposition o:
I cases of fever in Nw,-uninitatedfaisno
when he learned the Total new cotton growth of 1905- easy-to-work frauds.
disease there he left o6 marketed in July and August this company, every trc
Lnta. !year. 75,429 bales; new cotton nearly all- of our big
:pressed, as it has been marketed July an.d August last year. and, without excepti
in previous seasons 79,748 bales- big cities, are made
aver cannot spread in American cotton crop for two years, this class of sharpe:
year ending close of August: alone the annual crop
Port receipts 1904-05, 1o,3I9,722 suits brought again
bales; 1903-04, 7,252,222 bales. amountrs to a fortune.
.2.-Upon the receipt | Overland to mills, 1904-05, 1,298,183:; rn Hskn,t
that there was yel- 1903-04, 939,943 bales. Oa okn,t
Atlanta today. quaren-| Southern consumption, 1904-05, youth of Fort Wort]
aimediately instituted ' ,6,0:10-4 ,1,5.been awarded $35,00o
y the state and local Totals 1904-05, 13,611,470; 1903-04, Hoskins verdict was
10,111417.yoked because an attc
Paragrphs.s taken by Southern mills from ward acdetif the o
idPrgah.ports 1904-05, 45,585; 1903-o4, Ioo,o43..hsacdntebo
Total crops, 1904-05, 13.565,885; hadncoe troul be a
a woman likes to have 1903-04, 10o-oI1,374-. hneteewudb
ty mean things to her Secretary Hester makes the actual ;ages if an accident li1<
s so good when it growth of cotton of 1904-05 (in thou- afterward occurred si
sands of bales): Commercial crop of Iand because when a d
much the same the 1904-05, 13,566. Less old crop of previously believe.d ii
n Russia they throw 1903-04, 200. Total 13.366. tended to operate upo:
this country they give Plus growth of this year marketed boy,wh.adse d
I1s. in July and August, 1904,-80. altogether inert spri
se able to prove to his Grown, not marketed. 1903-04. 322,-.oeam abeadc
n that he isn't a fool, j402. There was the case
idom prove it to the iTotal 13,768. woman who claimed t
his neig-hbors. I TDe. July and Augutnce nipts of of a prominent lay
Iw Y UNK
ccomplished the most
4ew York I didn't dally
he stores -in the "Sky
ts and talked sassy in
1 "THEM FOR LESS."'
ng in Case After Case.
E4 . "EF
-ings until you get here
elected fiom first hands
I MEANS THAT I HAD
OURS. . . . . .x
Footwear of every shape and
quality from the cheapest to(
ihe best. If you've never trieck
buying shoes at Dry Goods
Store prices, you've lost money
there is big savings right here
for you. Keep both eyes on
Mimnaugh and see who is go
.ing to sell the goods this fall.
1905, 75. ner is an ex-cabinet minister. She -
of 1904-05, per was suing the street car company
bureau, 13, 732,-- for many thousands of dollars with
a good chance of recovering. There
was the case of the man who stood.
PROFESSION on tche platform of a Missouri Kan
sas and Texas train, at Hilisboro,
ies are Fleeced 1Texas, and saw another man crushed'
reyYa y beneath the wheels. He was suing
'ery ear ~the railroad company'for $5,o00 bc
cause of the "horror and mrentalk
.anguish" he was subjected to. 'Eherer?
was the Chicago woman of shady rep
,corporations, utation, who had injured her thumb
hroughout the on a street car, who had blackmailedi
eced out of no more than one .prominenc man, and'
in the settling whose father was serving a life sen
id suits against tence for murdering .her mother. She.
tre utterly pow- was suing- for a big sum.
Ipless are those
legal advisers The public in general and the
avoid publicity Chicago public in particular had come
the fact trainl to regard baiting the' corporations
these lucrative, as a purely defensive public meas
Every railroad ,ure, in which at least there was no
lley company,! sin. True, 'the city in itself is a cr
manufacturers poration from which every citizem'
n, all of our idraws large dividends in free police
the victims of iprotection, in sewerage remnoval, in
.In Chicago free sch'ooling, and if you ibait it you'
of fake damage ;simply rob it of just so much of its
st the city :capacity for giving you what belongs;
e "paralyzed" True, the street railway company
2, Texas, had is a corporation which gives you
>. True, the more for your nickel than you could!
afterward re- buy for a dollar in cab service, thre
rney came for- railroad company more for a dollar
at long before than you could buy for ten in stage
mnd his mc her coach service, and if you bait them
d asked wha~t you reduce by so much their capacity
for good dam- for contributing to your comfort
:e the one that For, as a pr6mninent railroad official
ould take place, pointed out every excessive or un
octor who had just judgment that a railroad is:
Hoskins pre- called upon to pay increases its opera
ai his !brain the ting expenses just that much, and to..
blind, deaf and that extent prevents a reduction, eit.h
.ng from the er voluntary or enforced, of the ra'tes
>nfessed- of fare and freight; so that in the end
of the Chicago the general public, or those who use
o be the sister the railroads, pay or contribute to
er whose par-. ward the payment of such jugnt w