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DON'T DROP LOOSE COLNS
In Your Letter Box.-Rural Lette?
Cariers Will Not Be Required to
Attentiou has heretofore been call
ed to the inconvenience and delay
caused to rural letter cariers by hav
ing to gather loose coin from the let
ter boxes and the carriers have re
quested their patrors not to do it.
Not crnly on account of the delay
ed by having to gather them
sometimes dropping them and
g the amount has this request
up from the carriers to their
ns. So far as our observation
information o the carriers are a
polite and acommodating set
utlemen and are always look
after the interests of their pa
t now comes an order from the
rth Assistant Postmaster Gener
ving notice that after February
carriers will not be required to
up loose coin, but if it is
in an envelop or a receptacle
carriers wil be required to place
on the mail.
efollowing is a oopy of the
January 25, 1910.
Sir:-Inj viaw of the extent to
which the practice of placing loose
eoins in boxes by patrons has grown,
and the delay in the delivery and col
leetion of mail and the hardship im
posed - on rurai carriers incident
thereto, you are informed that, com
mencing February 15, proximo, ru
ral letterearriers will notbe required
to collect loose coins from rural mail
Patrons should enoolse coins in an
envelope, wrap them seeurely in a
piece of paper, or deposii them in a
coin-holding receptacle, so they can
be easily and quickly tken from
boxes, and carriers will be required
to lift such coins, and, where accom
panied by mail for distpach, attach
tho reisite stamps.
This sh d be promptly an
nounce to the ual patrons through
whatever means you may employ,
without expense to the department,
-and you ar'e at liberty to give the
informa.tion embodied herein to your
local papers foi- publication, if they
P. V. DeGraw,
4th Assistant Postmaster General.
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YOU CAN PAY MORE BET
YOU CANNOT BUY.MORE
J. WISON GIBBES,
General Agent for South Carolina.
Repairing and Supplies for all
.Typewriters & Adding Machines.
CrLUBInA, . . . - SO. CA.
The time has come I
acter. Prices now is r
the new spring stock r
chandise movement wi
ing you the season's cl
Supply your wants froi
35c. Linen Finish Bleached
i.Daak 19c. Yard.
Ira fine linen-finish Bleached
Table Damask at only the yd. 19c.
Big Blanket Sale.
25 pairs gray and white .Blankets,
out regardless of cost at only the
All $i.oo Cotton Blankets will
be sold for 59C.
AIl-Woo,Blankets $2.98 Pr.
40 pairs of all-wool Blankets,
worth $5.0o, $6.50 and $7.oo, to
go this week at only $2.98. Every
shelf and counter loaded with bar.
150 Comforts at 98c. Each.
53' fancy Comforts filled with
clean cotton, $1-5o value, clearance
sale price 98c. -.
$2.00 fine Comforts, clean cotton
filled, .eale prce $1 29. \
Solid Colored Linens.
Solid colored Linens in all the
new shades for early spring dresses,
35c. kind, sale price the yd. 22c.
Don't make a mistake of buying
old goods, you can purchase new
spring goods here.
Visit the SeCond Floor.
One lot Men's and Boys' Hats,
worth $1.00 to $i-50 sale price 49C.
One lot Men's and Boys' Hats,
worth $17 to $2.50, sale price 98c.
50 Men's and Boys' Overcoats
$5oo,. $6.00 and $7.00 kind, sale
price $2.49 each.
25 Men's and Boys' Overcoats,
$8 oo to $12.oo kind, $4.98 each.
One lot of Men's Suits, worth
$5.oo, $6.5o and $8.oo, choice $2.59.
One lot of Men's Suits worth
$12.50, $150oo and $16-5o choice
Inesday, Feb. 2,
to say good-bye to winter me
o object. The space now o(
ight now. We are in the m
e have ever attempted. Ano
ioicest nerchandise instead of
n thousands of unmatchable i
ery .ay With I
Ladies' Tailored Suits.
Suits worth $20.00, $22.50, $25.00
30.00, take your choice of any suit
a the house this week for only
40 inch White Lawn at 5c. Yard.
50 pieces 40 in. White Lawn, worth 10 and 121c., fin
0 yards to each buyer, at only the yard 5 cents.
Wonderful Sale of Laces.
French Vals and Insertings to match all new pati
very piece worth and cheap at 10c. yard buy all you j
t 5ecents yard or 50 cents dozen yards.
All Shoes Must Go.
Hunt the bargain tables. If we've got your size in thj
3ingled out, name your price, one dollar does the work 01
t half and more saved on everything you buy. No New
~oncern is "hooked up" to compete with Mimnaugh.
[argest stock, the greatest variety, the lowest prices.
Androscoggin Bleaching at 2 1-2c. Y
With every $5.00 purchase we will sell 10 yards A
~coggin Bleaching at only the yard 25c.
at 90 'dock.
rchandise of every char
,cupied must be given to
idst of the greatest mer
ther thing, w6 are offer
old and shop-worn goods.
tems. - - -
12 1-2c. Standard Dress
Gingha s 8 1-3c. Yd.
-50 pieces new spring Dress Ging
hams at onlytheyard 8%c.
75c. Union L.inen Sheeting
~.d io pieces 90inch Linen Sheetig
full 2%4 yards-wide, clearance sale
price the yard 49c.
I', pecial Towel -Sale.
ioo doz. large Huck Towels
worth 2oc., not over 6 towels to
--- each buyer, sale price 85sc. each.
New Bargains Daily. A
dted,It won't all be "just sold out"
when you get here.
zo doz. Ladies' Kid Gloves;smnall
sizes, blacks and tans, $r.oo Gloves,
.---- .sale price agc.
10o dOz. Ladies' plain black
stockings, zoc. value, sale- price
5lrotsrFla tlu Pwe
- 5 gross Air Float Talcum Powr
large cans, 25c. kind, z9c. can. -
3.ooo yds. Cotton Crash Towel
ing, the ioc. kind, 5 yds. to each '
e lots buyer, the yard 2%c.
14 yds Poe Mills Bleaching fort
two. $1.oo, only $i.oo worth to each
berry . buyer.7
The Emhroidery Sale.
No. 1. Cambric Nainsook and
Swiss Embroidery and Insertings,
- not a yard in the lot worth less than
15c., all piled on a big cetrtable, A
~~rd. *at choice the yard roc. cne
ndro- No. 2. Fine Swiss Embroidery
adInserting, a little soiled, worth
up to 35C., at only the yard 19c.