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wberry's greatest mone:
customers as well as
ices and best goods. Cc
best selected stock in this
stock will not only give per
than you can find elsewhei
ronage of the people of thic
have been kept so busy th
we have added three comr
Our incomparable bargain
/a duty to let this whole si
everything in our line at loi
Silks and Dress G<
Anything that is new and stylish in Sifks and E
stock and at competition killing prices. We hav
few of the many good values in these lines.
4 pieces 36 inch Black Taffeta Silk, others sell for $1.00, 01
6 pieces 36 inch TaffetakSilk, others sell for $125, our price
4 pieces 36 inch Taffeta Silk, others sell for $150, our prie
10 pieces 36 inch all shades, cNangeable Taffeta Silk, othei
10 pieces 19 inch all shades, changeable Taffeta Silk, other
10 pieces 27 inch all shades, China Silk, others sell for 65c
.10,pieces,27 inch Plaid Silks,.others sell for 98c., our price
Come to see us on silks. We know we,can please you.
50 bolts of all wool mixtures, Cheviots, Mohairs, Cashmeri
wide that sell revrywhere for 50 and 75c. a'yard, our price.39e
"20 pieces 50 inch Boadcloth, all shades, that sell for 9ie. E
25 pieces 50 in. fine imported Broadcloth, all leading shad4
23 pieces 42 in. fine Serge, all shades and black at 48c.
5 pieces 50 inch Panama Cloth, black and navy, at 75c. ani
Come tous for anything you may want in Dress Goods.
(-ared 4s!g uo panupuo')) tion of interstate comtr
district; circuit or appellate court, or that would 'greatly redt
ultimately the ./Uni'ted States supreine -of cases in wvhich coms
court, if necessary. I am in favor 'of~ made to the commissi<
the general .policy oQf -allowing any cisions of a basic c'h:
p ersorNao seek j'tutice.at the nearest have the same effecc a
point. AMetssibility to a. court of versed.
justice is, in my opinio;a, essential to '"Already a valuable
speedy and p'-oper redress. If theevvdthog te
cot to whchappealsmy etae down by commissione:
-. are too far away, many a man may revenue. Able and le:
9. submit to a wrong rather' than -attempt hv enrnee ni
* to redress a grievance. Circuit courts kycsscmn bf
are not alyvays accessible, and 1Ihr oidb ii
t'herefore believe sihould .be reserved jrsrdneb h
the right to appeal to the nearer dis- mrec!msint
tric cort,as ell s o te crcuthroed would not go siic
and hig'her courts- lar cases to 'those in -wl
"The interstate commerce 'comn-cilshveen'ai
mission ought to be enlarged, if neces- cmiso n uti
sary, so that it may be divided in'to e ors eal'n
sub-comnmit-tees that may 'be appor-anditresfth
tioned 'to the various sections of the paeu hntep
country when necessary, in order that fsgt ihteitr
comp.laints may be taken up and heard jc,mFo cigi ~
rapidly. 'I'he commission ought 'to be plcmnieesol
required to sit for hearings of anycmpins adtot
suc mates i te mstaccssblepd istureso h
~p'lces Inothr wrds itis req ent iaceful pwhe te pt
'be rquire to ome al theway ommiosinlitying the is
Washigton evenfromfar-aay ol icemnter4ae sould
compourts mae o it
*iforn-ia 'to get as hearing. It may not
b e necessary to enlarge the comnmis-woldiethecm
sion at the present time. Legislation ntrladvtlpr
in that direction could be enacted losadrne tue
next winter or at any subsequent ses-faoofhvigtec
s-ion whenever it is. apparent tha't the i .efrtisac
business of 'the com.mission shall have
increased to a degree making the en- cmiso hudb
largement of the commission neces
sary. I afavor a condition of elasticitymebrso econ
where the size of 'the commission and
the work it has to do will correspond wasaponewthu
with the demands made upon it. I oaeo pltcli
don't want to see the commission
loaded 'down 'with cases. A large do'c- oyofcenhi-r
ket incapable of being handled *with- mdtohe wi *'
lyjusicethr'gh te cnseuen"Ia the oposed tat o sp
'bilityof theommissintopdichargeT mha te fist
its naral funttonrao han teamopurI
"In tie unde this impleres taain g w ic'hcoti
r rage nt terewoud 'b anevoinu thenist ite ter
new A T e
v-saving institution, and is reco
competitors as headquarters
peland Bros. is second to nor
section. Everything carried it
fect satisfaction and reliability
re. We heartily appreciate the
section. Our business has bE
at we have not had time to pre
etent cler.ks to our already la
are walking advertisements f(
action of the State know that
wer prices than the other "self
ress Goods we have in our Our stock in this line is imi
space to mention only a sell the good kind only, the k
Overcoats from $500o to $16.50.
rSuits for men from $50o to $20
ir pice 6c.Suits for young men from $4.00 1
98c. BoSsa Knee Suits at prices rang
$1.25.The best on earth for the price.
s sell for $1.25, our price 98c.
sell for 696., Qur price 50e. Shoes!
, our price 48c.
our5ce For everybody. *We know tI
South Carolina today, Shoes
s, Henriettas, etc., 38 to 40 Snow Shoes for men from $2.50 t
t other stores, our price 75c. Johnson & Watson Shoes for me
s, worth $1.25 yd., our price 98c. Krippendorf Dillman Shoes for L
se Our Stetson and Gibson I
over for style nd we will s
~re juisru-todagl in'te ir ulits ryungmefoi$.0
ci belai dwn atly ecdedw Bos ntle uts atpreern
ce he um'er mout ivoled bes nt favorthfrheprce'
l'antwou'dbeI 'hik Te atsoud yth Crlnaoa,he
)f Tes d- issonouhttobeo immesforten- rm$25
Lrate woldlyeffctve ont ohn o &ha aon Sosfrm
Slw ntl e-ca hoeslyan sncrelpependor Dilanthesfr
decsins ~~ wri~ pedig teultmteto pandGiso.
s ofintenal heneer ama ver fhsuoornle,l we is
rtent juris- mion ofnglen en hir declitisionti
ce them nde aout toved a dori l not favrcis.
rltion ouf beIan theoe aesfied o get'har o-h Lr
n.Tesecee aioad outto beom te imedate
racter inosuld "yPeffectie. Ibdn' 'then stogt nyoe
lh as ni pren- canthone- and guarnteel against that
donythanykesi by the commision h li.e-Wil
cod tha rben year o dfctive, articularlnygre. . i
ecso 'a org rairodintees Altheel
-sof itralroadeneveresmt-te ha exprt com-nse wilDbg
tated copinionswh latebry t on pfastisn com d
eportacity whis- cision of tlea comiecsionheadM
-eothe,adogtt bealf wl als ectly advatgeecision,
teratoe co- tahnesaper -orgswhom h t:he righ-teto
chc h ait 'heiplw i i es. ervd. e wll
unterin (hei however,t 'hav e thces stonge puo- a-un
-ichbasi prin- teiand gaane.gint ms
donbCh ae yte commission.Iwog'ha ab done nyrai
Tdob thehih-ro 'thouhtwl any hacue dfeoneitdforsome
is.ihatfromdits ciaso wille, spedicaly htd the ahownir
lcemand fiinc theirointess ave 'enduert scounser WDec g
tat cxmce asahv virlly o picefas -in redea-I
e aio ty of am' in s l."o msso, n he
nteha.lf thie mity aLsoe,No. 8, Ada.g f M.r
at om pe-tain Anegsar omunsicao do-mt Writet
enure. if t e teir NoicieA. F.h shipr will,l
~ r.al noetr Mhnayve nin accs t o cloc in- On
regardg the cr- Red e all. Vstnrtrncr edy
fnstance tfrm Inl thelfco te se fat.n
in pommisiowrng Tha mrsare beadnetly rues- hr ob
osed and aun,c te wotngs ndom pedaredtpsyippers buy
e exey as al thaeirtnualy du e so eresa
tion.mI amii' T alnl."cio fofceswl fi ec n
the goverstigc e ed
enre. courth Lo ge o. 87SA . Me, wil Me hel
reg talk infaor. d Mnh. iinar Seretrencr- sndy
ntis mandte eld Itoin alwas andoeiraed or aya
e vryapelthei sua bues.M
e ofae applwit he asndyu coleion o engager willn V Cn
Ynized and acknowledged
and leaders of the lowest
ie, with the largest and
i our present mammoth
, but is cheaper in price
exceedingly liberal pat
,en so enormous and we
pare advertisements, so
rge corps of salespeople.
>r us, but we feel that it's
me are selling the best of
g and Overcoats.
nense, for men, young men- and boys. We
Ind that wears well, fits well and looks well.
0. Single and double breast.
;o $15.00. Single and double breast.
ng $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00.
iat we have one of the best stocks of shoes in
that will satisfy in style, comfort and durability.
o $5.00. Keith & Pratt Shoes for men $3.00 to $5.00.
2, Southern made, at $2.00 and $2.50.
adies, and The "Ultra" Shoes for ladies. No better made.
lats for men and Boys are famous the world
ve you money on them.
vye to the Girl and Boy send
1e largest amount of trade
~e Doll, Engine and Electric
i my shovw window. The Doll
vten to the Girl and the Engine
agic Lantern to the Boy./
~e name of the child and the
you purchase on the back of
~t and drop it in the box. The
will be counted the 26th of
er, and the ones having the
amount will receive the
ur Mother, Father and your Friends
y their Christrnas presents, and you
>ur Tablets and Pencils also. Every