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At present we are ready
Everything in the Groce
After the Special Bargain Sale we have left over many things
in broken lots that we want to close out and we offer them at still
more reduced prices to clear the stock of odds and ends-they
must be sold.
The biggest bargains we have to offer is in the
We have put on the bargain tables 50 heavy All-Wool Men's
and Boys' Suits, ranging from $8 to $12 Suits at the sacrifice price,
Fifty-five Men's and Boys' Suits in Blue and Black, All-Wool
Serge a'nd Clay Worsted of the best custom make. In this lot
there is not one suit worth less than $9. We will close these out
at the low figure of $7.25 per Suit.
Children's Knee Suits, over 200 in the lot, all heavy All W'ool
School Suits, nicely made up, ranging in price not less than $1.50.
We offer the entire lot to choose fromn at the small figure of 95c
per Suit. You will find in this special lot suits worth as high as
We have selected a separate table of mixed Pants, Men's,
Boys' and Youths, over 150 pair. You can pick up any pair at
random and get a bargain at $1.75, but we will run those at the
small figure of 90c.
Twenty-five dozen Knee Pants, the cheapest worth 50c. and as
high as $1 value. These will go at 35c. This will be the biggest
bpportunity and best bargains ever offered. You must not miss
Two bales yard-wide Sea Island Homespun; value 61c, we of
fer at 5c per yard.
Two cases Flannelettes and Outings that cannot be bought for
less than 8c, we sell at Sc.
Two thousand yards 6c value Calicoes, all fast color Prints, at
Five hundred yards Brocaded Worsteds, 30 miches wide, beau
tiful patterns, at Sc per yard. You cannot buy these goods for
less-than 15c elsewhere.
We have such good values that you~ must see them to appre
ciate them. Let us fit you up and if it don't prove what we rec
ommend money is refunded.
In other lines it's too much to enumerate. Come in, see and
price our goods and you are sure to buy.
N. M 1KRASNTOFF.
to supply the
ry line. Send
A saflor er Braverr.
What threatened to be one of the
worst disasters in the history of ship
ping was the -burning of the Ocean
Mor.arch. The fire was discovered in
her fora hold an hour or'two only after
she left the Mersey. There was a
strong breezo, and she was headed for
the Welsh coast.
By some unlucky accident an anchor
nas dropped, and the big ship was
brought up all standing head to the
wind. The fidmes came roaring aft,
where 600 passengers and crew were
A Brazilian frigate, a yacht and B
pilot boat were near, but they only at
tempted to pick up those who jumped
and swam. Suddenly up came en
Amercan clipper and rournded into the
wind barely 200 yards away. In her
first boat was Frederick Jerome, only
a able seaman, but one of the bravest
seamen that ever lived. In a flash his
boat was alongside the burning ship,
and he climbed on deck amid the
scorch and smother. There he stayed
until the last soul of 600 was saved.
His clothes were on fire seven separate
times, and he was scorched almost be
yond recognition. His only reward
was the medal of the American Hu
"Are You Ready? Go!"
Mrs. John Peters was the mother of
a family of restless children, and she
found difficulty in reducing them to
quiet when the moment came for ask
ing a blessing at the table. So her
course of procedure was something in
"Alice, be still! Eddie, not another
word! Maud, don't you see your fa
ther is waIting? There--now, John;
now!"-New York Times.
A Run of Luck.
Tom-I asked old Goldman for his
daughter last night.
Tom-Well, It was what you might
call a run of luck. I got away.-EI
Fortune Teller (to gayly dressed girl
-Tour husband will be a poor main
Maiden (eagerly)-Unless what?
"You dress more economicall after
marriage than you do now."-od~
Deliberate with caution, but act with
decision; yield with graciousness or op
pose with firmness.
Every man's task is his life preserven,
FROM SOUTH AFRICA.
New Way of Using Chamberlain's Cough Rem
Mr. Arthur Chapman writing from
Durban, Natal, South Africa, says: "As
a proof that Chamberlain's Cough Rem
dv is a cure suitable for old and young
I pen you the following: A neighbor of
mine had a child just over two mnontns
old. It had a very bad cough and ther
parents did not knlow what to give it. I
suggested that if they get a bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and put
some upon the dummy teat the baby
was sucking it would no doubt cure the
child. This they did and brought about
a quick reief and cured the baby."
This remedy is for sale by The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryea,
needs of our t
in your order:
A Sure Thing.
It is said that nothing is sure except
death and taxer, but that is not alto
gether true. Dr. King's New Discovery
for consumption is a sure cure for a-li
lung and throat troubles. Thousands
can testily to that. Mrs. C. B. Van Me
tre of Shepherdtown, W. Va., says "I
had a severe case of bronchitis and for
a year tried everything I heard of, but
got no relief. One bottfe of Dr. Kin g's
New Discovery then cured me absolute
lv." It's infallible for Croup, Whoop
i'ng Cough, Grip, Pneumonia and Con
sumption. Try it. It's guaranteed by
The R. 3. Loryea Drug Store. Trial
bottles free. Regular sizes 50c and
Mr. Herlihy looked at hils latest pho
tograph, taken in his Sunday clothes,
and his gaze bespoke keen disappoint
"Oi'd never 'a' had this tuk if it
hadn't been for thim children telling
me about the Improvements In photo
graphing," he muttered, holding the
card upon which his likeness was
mounted farther and farther away.
"Improvements is it? OI'd loike to
show this pictur' solde be solde wid
the wan Oi had twinty years ago and
lave It to annybody which o' thim two
made the betther man o' me. There's
an old, anxious, toired out look to this
new wan that was niver in the other.
"There may be Improvements in pho
tographing," said Mr. Herlihy as he de
posited the cabinet sized card face
down in l14s table drawer, "but Oi've
yt to see thim."-Youth's Companion.
The eff'ect of movements in the ether
depends upon the rapidity of the vibra
tions producing them. The unit of
measurement for short waves in the
efher is the bieron,. which is about one
twenty-five millionth of an Inch. Waves
measuring 380 to 810 bierons affect our
sense of sight, thie former number giv
ing violet and the latter red color. Thes
invisible rays, to- which the actinic and
Roentgen rays belong, are shorter and
have been measured as short as 100
birons. Ether waves longer then
tose giving light give the feeling of
warmth. The longest heat waves are
eight times the length of those of the
-ed rays, or one three hundred anid f
tiet of an inch.
Charlie-How In the world, Gawge,
do you manage to see with that single
eyeglass of yours?
Gawge-My dear fellah, I see with
the other eye.-San Francisco Wasp.
"Faith, Mrs. O'flara, bow d' ye till
thim twins aparrt?"
"Aw, 't Is aisy-I sticks me finger in
Dinnis' mouth, an' if he bites I know
it's Molke."-Harvard Lampoon.
A Good Name.
From personal experience I testify
that DeWitt's Little early Risers are
unequaled as a liver pill. They are
rightly named because they give
strength and energy and do their work
with ease.-W. T. Easton, Boone, Tex.
Thousands of people use these tiny lit
tle pills in preference to all others, be
cause they are so pleasant and effectual.
They cure biliousness, torpid liver,
jaundice, sick headache, constipation,
etc. They do not purge and weaken,
but cleanse and strengthen. Sold by
The Antiquity of the Ballet.
Strictly defined, the ballet is properly
theatrical exhibition of the art of
ancing in its highest perfection, com
lying generally with the rules of the
rama as to its composition and form.
t was in existence in Italy as far baclk
s A. D. 1500, the court of Turin in that
ay making especial use of it and the
oyal family and nobles taking part in
ft. The ballet was first introduced in
France in the reign of Louis X.III., and
oth that monarch and Louis XIV. oc
asionally took part in its dances.
In its earliest presentation the ballet
appeared dexterously in combination
ith the other theatrical acts and is
aId to have "completed the chaotic
edley exhibited in these spectacles,
whichi were at once mythological, alle
orial, fantastic, warlike and pasto
aL"- The reader will not be slow to
bserve that its development in the
resent day has not apparently lost
sight of these conditions.
About the year 1700 women made
their first appearance in the ballet,
hich up to that time had been per
formed exclusively by men, as was the
case also with plays and operas, but no
oman ballet dancer of any note ap
peared until 1790.
Comets and Women.
The analogy between comnets and wo
en once formed the subject of the
following peroration from an evening
ontemporary: "Comets doubtless an
wer some wise and good purpose in
the creation; so do women. Comets
re incomprehonsible, beautiful and ec
entric; so are, women. Comets shine
with pecular splendor, but at night are
most brilliant; so are women. Comets
are enveloped with a lucid nebula
through wich their forms are visible;
o are those of women in their light
ad elegant attire. Comets confound
the most learned when they attempt
to ascertah their nature; so do women.
omets equally excite the admiration
of the philosopher and of the clod of
the valley; so do women. Comets and
omen are therefore closely analogous,
but, the nature of each being inscruta
ble, all that remains for us to do is to
view with admiration the one and to
love the other to adoration."-Golden
Penny. __ _ _ _ _ _ _
Menelek and the Missionaxry.
A story is told of an attempt made by
Swedish missioiiary to obtain a foot
bold in Abyssinia. No sooner had he
begun to preach than he was brought
before King Menelek, who asked him
why he had left his home in Scandi
navia in order to come to Abyssinia.!
'he missionaryjpromnptly replied that
e had come to convert the Abyssinlan
Jews. "Are there no Jews in your
ountry 2" a sked Menelek. The mis
sionary admitted that there were a
few. "And In all the countries that
you have passed through did you find
no Jews or heathens?" the king con-.
inned. "Jews and heathens," the mis
sionary admitted, "are plentiful."
"Then," said Menelek, "carry this man
beyond the frontier and let him not
return until he has converted all the
Jews and heathen which lie betwen
his country and mine."
The Lucky Party.
A gentleman was complimenting a
pretty young lady in the presence of
"It's luelg I did not.meet Miss Hop
es e e-flnee",
osite the Cent
A Scientific Discovery.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does for the
stomach that which it is unable to do
for itself, even when but slightly disor
dered or even over-loaded. Kodol Dys
pepsia Cure supplies the natural juices
of digestion and does the work of the
stomach, relaxing the nervous tension,
while the inflamed muscles of that or
gan are allowed to rest and heal. Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat
nd enables the stomach and digestive
organs to transform all food into rich,
red blood. Sold by The R. B. Loryea
Diferences En Woods.
Timber Is classed as hard or soft, and
the main point of- difference between
the trees that produce these classes is
that the soft wooded tree has "needle
leaves," slim, narrow and almost uni
f'orm in breadth, while the hard wood
frees have broad leaves of various
shapes. Again, some soft wood trees
carry cones, such trees being termed
conifers. Resin, too, Is more character
istic of soft than of hard wood. To the
class of soft woods belong the pines,
spruces and firs, and the most common
examples of these are yellow pine,
white fir, pitch pine and spruce or red
fir. In the commoner hard woods are
oak, beech, mahogany, ash, walnut,
plane, elm, birch and ebony.
Colors That Last Longest.
As twilight approaches a garden filled
with brilliant flowers the red .nowers
will first lose their gorgeous color as
the light diminihes, and then the grass
and leaves will appear grayish. The
last flowers to part with their distinc
tive color--white flowers being left out
of the account-will be the blue or vio
let ones.' This fact is useful to such in
sects as, in order to avoid their enemies,
visit wild flowers in the twilight.
The Usual Thing.
"I would like to know," asked the
parent who had a son in need of some
further education, "what is the course
at your college?"
"The usual half mile course of cin
ders and all that sort of thing, you
know," absent mindedly replied the
president of the great institutionr-E
"Yes," said the would be poei, "I
started as office boy for an editor. I
nsed to help empty wastebaskets."
"Indeed!" said the girl who had seen
some of his effuslons, "and now I sup
pose you help fill them?"---Philadelphiai
"Sir, you look like an optimist. You
have a happy counteance. Lend me
"My friend, do you know why I' lookI
happy? It's because I hav'en't any
wealth to bother me."-Bri-h~ft'e
A critic in noticing a disclosure op
"The Sayings and Doings of Great
Men" remarks, "It is sad to observe
ow much they said and how little they
Made Young Again.
'One of Dr. King's New Life Pills
each night for two weeks has put me in
my 'teens' again," writes D. H. Turner
ofDempseytown, Pa. They're the best
in the world for Liver, Stomach and
Bowels. Purely vegetable. Never
gripe. Only 25c at The Rl. B. Loryea
We Are it. <
Come to Pinewood.
We are here to do business on a live and let live-policy, and a
visit to our store will convince you that we propose to build up
our section of the county making it an inducement to buy at home.
Come to see us and examine our stock of
Notions, Fancy Goods, Gent's
Farmers' Supplies & Groceries.
We keep everything you need at prices to meet competition.
We want you to take a look at our Furniture and the best line
of Buggies in the county. We keep the famous
Rock 11111 Buggies.
We also carry a full line of Harness and Laprobes.
Come and let us show you some nice Horses and show you
how to save money. We mean business.
R L. FELDRn Pinewood,