Newspaper Page Text
Fifteen Da s Only==ioth o 25th.
HURRY! HURRY! HURRY
We do a "Lien Business," as everbyody knows, but we can and will make you as close a price for the cash as you can find anyvhere. If you are anyways doubtful about this
statement, read carefully the following prices we quote for the "CASH," and come and have your doubts knocked into convictions.
BLACK DR EXTR SPECIALCOOD
Silkine Mohair, 44 inches wide. real value $1.25 yacd. now only .............------------ ...................... .
44-inch Mohair, well worth -1 per yard, now only ............................................... 62 R . & G. COR SETS.----c-B-.--d-ren-r-ie-.-h--a--l- - -r- --c- -.-.-.--.-.-.-.-.- r
44-inch Mohair. formerly 75c yard, now going for................... -............... ............ 47e
52-inch Black Panama Cloth, formerly SI yard, in this sale for..... ...... .......................... 7c No. 93-Jean. with Sateen Stripes, 10-inch clasp, only ..............c
44-inch Batiste, soft and very serviceable, just .........-.................................. 62e yard No. 006-Straight Front, good hip, made of Domestic Coutille, 101-inch
Extra fine Black Suiting. always sells for $1.25 yard, now going at... ................ ... .......... .......... 97e clasp, only.........................................Ole
Extra fine quality 42-inch Voile cut to........ .. ....... ................... ...... ....... 89e yard No. 150-Deep Hip, Straight Front, Low Bust, made of Coutille, only.. Oce
S1 Voiles. 42 inches wide, only....... ...... . .................... . .. ............. ...-- - ......74c No. 31-Deep Hip, Straight Front, Full Gored, made of Sterling Cloth,
Very fine quality Voile, real 75e value, now going for............. ............ - .-- ...... ............. --- -.--- E-tr qualit---oi.es, real -v-a-l--u-e '-n-l-----------------4:cr
1 piece extra fine quality Black Melrose, now only .......... ................................ ....... ..... 43c No. 101-Extra Long Waist, Coutille, wiih Sateen Stripes, 13t-inAea
:36-iije Black Taffeta Silk, warrauted to wear on every yard, going in this sale for.. .............. ..... :e yardclsony,................8 Beufla rtnofSkD edJqasatavlefthe$.yrgignhsaea.819.
Splendid quality Albatrose. really worth more-going in this sale for... .. ....... .................. 4:c yard No. :301-Special Long Waist, now going for----------------------S;Jc
No. 910-Straight Front, Short Length, 10-inchi clasp, only----------...T7e
No. 197-Short Length, Coutille, with Sateen Stripes, 10-inoch clasp, no
W hite D ress -G oods. Side steels, now only---------------------------------79c
_c. 27Deep HiStraight Front, Low Bust, made of Sterling Clo-th,
Very fine White Batiste, Satin Stripe, real value $1 yard, only...-.-.-............................-c 10-inch clasp, going in this sale for- -..------ -..-----. A9
Very fine Albatrose. really worth more, now going for ....................------ --------...---.-------.......... 4: yard _
Plain White Mohair, well worth 75e yard, in this sale only........ .... . ..-y --.....-- --- - .Pretty-assortmen t-o Cotton -oiy -.s.goi for--------------------------------------43. ey
Extra fine quality Bedford, real value $1 yard.' going now for...........-...- . . ------------- 2e yard Embroidery Special-Widths from 1 1-2-inch to 0-inch, all -oing in this
50e White Cashmere, splendid quality, only --- .-.......---.......------..------...----.----- yr sl .....f 25e yard of frs Gingham., awy and e.e....her cr w t --
quality White Henrietta, former price :30e, now going for the very low price of........ .... ..... 19e yard
Beautiful quality Jap. Silk in this sale only..- ------- -----------------gin.- ...is sale onl y---------- - --.--.Ie yard--.
....... N. 93-Jeqanlit Sa teeoign Strips, 10inha l sp only .... ... ........ .... e r
Beautiful~~~~~cl sp on y. .. .. . .. .. .. . .... ... --l ... .--- .--- --- on y. . . . . . . . . . .. . .. . . . . . . . . . .Gla dL
oon all know this to be n bargain. ySplendid quality Lawns going in thissale for .... ..............----.---c... 7eyard
To every customer purchasinE a bill of $2x50 and over we will sell during this Sale fift
As stated before, we do a Lien Business, but your cash will buy goods -here just as cheap as it w ill anywhere in the State. Fact is it will buy them for the next ~te asceprhr hnayhr le ehvnttm n pc onm o rcso~
ever ything- we hax,-e, 'but all we ask of von is to conie here aid let us show you that we have put the knife to each and all and we have cut the price very deep. All Lacs mrieisadTimnso l id r on tmnysvn rcs ais ne
vests, Ladies', Misses' and Children's Hose. in fact everythingc little and bigr is gYoingr in this BIG CUT-PRICE CASH SALE at money-saving prices. Men's $1 and $2 Ht ae' ensae h lsigalgigi hssl tSc 5,$,$.5aduwrs
We -:ery cordially invite you all to come, even if you don't buy: come and look. WE ARE LOOKING FOR YOU.
T ev r cu t m r p r h s n oa 01Sei Log asthewgin orY o...i........o.. '
bil oN$. 0 anovr.ew l 19-Shr Legh6otle ihStenSrps 0iclsn
sell.fifteeneyardsoftndaiscogginnor FruituItiad IQ B XTrlingiaboe.
s a l e f o r . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..O. . . . . . - - - - . . - - . - .-im iy a r
SPEAK FOR THE JBLOOD
l 'Skin Diseases speak forthe blood and tell of the acid-laden, poison
ous condition of'that vital fluid, and of its effort to throw off and rid the
systenr of the poisons and waste matters that have accumulated in it. Ec
zema, Tetter, Acne, Salt Rheum, Psoriasis, Boils and diseases of this type
are all caused by a weakened and polluted blood circulation, and though they
may have lain dormant in the system during the cold weather, at the coming
of Spring and Summer, when
the blood is reacting and mak- In 1896 I experienced at times patches on the in
ing extra efforts to expel all side of my hands that itched and burned, causing
mid and efos ate much discomfort. I was convinced I was afflicted
morbid and po.isonous matter with a type of Eczema. I consulted several physi
they make their appearance ians, and used several external applications, re
External remedies cannot ceiving but slight temporary relief. I decided to
cure; they soothe and give try S. S. S., and soon I found myself entirely cured.
temporary relief, but often Station A., Kansas City, Mo. W. P. BRUsH.
clog thepores and glands, and
the poison causing the trouble is thus shut up in the system to break out
afresh later on. S. S. S., a purely vegetable blood remedy, cures all skin
-diseases by going down into the circulation, driving out all poisons and waste
matters,' strengthening the blood, leaving the skin
soft and smooth, and building up the entire system
by its tonic effect. S. S. S. cures Nettle Rash, Poi
son Oak and all skin diseases that enter the system
through the pores and glands, as well as those that
have their origin in the blood. Book on Skin Diseases and any advice wished,
without charge. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
and has been made under his per
sonal supervision since its infancy.
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
She Reasoned It Out.
Ethel-Mamma, If a little boy is a
lad, why isn't a big boy a ladder?
Mamma-For the same reason, I sup
pose, that, although a little doll is a
doll, a big doll is not a dollar. Ethel
(reflectively)-That's so. My big doll
.was $2.-Kansas City .ournal.
He'd Square the Circle.
"I understand that you are a geo
metrician. Can you square the cir
"Yes, if I had a cQuple of thousand
dollars I could square my circle of
Learn to hide your troubles. Your
friend has troubles of his own to hide.
help him by example. This is good ad
vice, but when a man wakes up in the
morning with a raging, splitting head
ache, not enough energy to get up. con
stipated, bad taste in the mouth, tired
leg s it's not advice that a man needs.
It' a good dose of Dr. King's Blood
and Liver Pils. Purify the blood and
send it bounding. coursing through the
viens, and make the liver live. No
purging, griping or nauseating. 25c
a box at Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.'s.
Letters of :arque.
Letters of marque and reprisal, as
they were called, were first issued In
the time of Edward I. to give leave to
retaliate beyond the marches or limits
of a country for wrongs suffered at
the hands of a power nominally at
peace. In this first instance they were
aimed at Portugal. About a hundred
years later two Hanse towns in Meck
lenburg, wishing to relieve their
prince, who was beleaguered in Stock
holm, issued letters of marque
thieves' letters, as the sufferers called
them-to all the rascals of the $altic,
authorizing them to victual the besieg
ed city. This done, they turned them
selves into a confederacy of sea rob
bers known as Victualing brothers, or
St. Vitalius' brothers, and rendered
the Scandinavian seas unsafe for half
A11 the News.
A w ise editor says: "A man told us
the other day that we did not publish
all the things that happened. We
should say not. In the first place, there
Tn somebody else depending on us for
a living. If we printed all that hap
pens we would soon be with the an
gels. In order to please the people we
must print only the nice things said
of them and leave the rest to gossip.
Yet it's a fact we don't publish all the
news. If we did wouldn't it make
spicy reading? But it would be for
one week only; the next week you
would read our obituary. All the
news is all right when It's about the
Why Srffer Fromn Rheumatism?
Why suffer from rheumatism when
one application cf Chamberlain's Pain
Balm will relieve the pain' The quick
relief which this liniment affords make
-rest and sleep possible, and that alone
is worth many times its cost. Many who
h a ve used it ioping only for a short re
lief from suffering have been happily
surprised to find that after awhile the
reihef became permanent. Mrs. V. H.
Leg gett of\ - Ye Yum, Tennessee, U
. A.. wite. "I am ai great sufferei
rorheumatism, all over from head
'o foot. and Chamnberlaiun's Pain Balm
is the only thingr thait will relieve the
pain '' For sale by The R. B. Lor-yea
nDn ugior' Te K TI oron. Prop.
ConzducOted bw Paxville W. C. ~T. U.
National Motto-" For God. Home and Na
State Motto-" Be Strong and of Good Cour.
Our watchword-Agiate. Educate. Organize.
-G0od helping me. I promise not to buy.
drink, sell or give
Intoxicating liquors while I hkve:
From bad companions 'll refrain
And never take God's name in vain."
INTOXICATING DRINK CAUSES
MORE CRIME THAN ANY
Drink is *uie most powerful
and most depraving of all agen
cies that make discords in the
peace and harmony of life, and
wreck humanity. When once,
one is in its grasp, he is as if
bound by mighty and strong
chains. Both mind and body are
held in thralldom. All the sweet
ness of life is cast away, for vice
and crime are so imbued in
the mind, character is de
stroyed and health ruined. And,
oh! what a crime it is for us to
tarnish and dim these precious
talents, which are entrusted
to our care! The legal and med
ical professions, are even rob
bed of some of their brightest
gems through the agency of
The greatest number of the
murders ar. committed while
the parties involvect are in a
state of intoxication. What crime
is so black and debasing as that
-the murder of a parent, a wife
or a child*
What other agency so enrage
and deranges the mind as to
cause no sin to be too evil to
The gay saloon is a snare in
which many a young man is
caught, and dragged down to
Think of the awful wrecks on
the railways that occur so often
caused by some of the workmen
drinking. Thousands of lives
hurled into eternity through the
evil habits of one man. Nothing
else could entice a person to
commit such an act.
Look behind the prison bars,
and into the insane asylums.
The most miserable and wrecked
that you see are the victims of
The drunkard is a fearful ex
ample of a broken-down man,
and the Maker of man did not
form him that he might be crush
ed by vice thus.
Parents are often carried toJ
their graves through grief
caused by the waywardness of
reckless, drinking children. This
is murder committed in an in
direct manner, but the crime is
iust as great.
It is said that intemperance is
palsy plague and fever and mad
ness all combined.
How many hearts have been
torn, how many hearts have
heen made d(lsolatA. how many
Ifamilies 1 ve been brought to
utter poverty through the
agency of intoxicating drink!
TELL THE OTHER BOYS.
One of the most terrible warn
ings against cigarette smoking
was given not long ago by a cho
rister boy in one of the Brooklyn
churches, who died in great ag
ony in St. John's Hospital.
Almost his last words were:
"Let any boy who smokes' cigar
ettes look at me now and know
how much I have suffered, and
he will never put another into
his mouth." He was a bright
boy, an exquisite singer, and had
many friends. He lived with his
grandmother and worked in a
Here is his story as he told it
to his nurse, Sister Cornelia:
" To me he confessed-his trouble
had originated from cigarette
smoking. Some days he.said he
smoked twenty cigarettes. At
first he kept his grandmother in
ignorance of his indulgence. As
he continued to smoke the appe
tite - grew upon him with such
force that he could not break off.
and it began to affect his consti
" Why," I asked him, "did you
not stop when you saw what it
was bringing you to*"
'Oh, I could not," he replied;
"if I could not get to smoke 1
almost went wild. I could think
of nothing else. That my grand
mother might not suspect me, I
would work extra hours instead
of.- spending my regular wages
for cigarettes. For months I
kept up this excess, although I
knew it was killing me. Then I
seemed to fall to pieces all of a
sudden.' His disease took the
form of dropsy in the legs, and
was very painful. -
Sister Cornelia continued the
"During all his sufferings he
never forgot what had brought
him -to this terrible condition.
He kept asking me to warn all
boys against their use. A few
days before he died he called me
to his bedside and said that he
thought he had not lived in vain
if only those boys who are still
alive would profit by his suffer
ings and death." There is no
other form of tobacco so danger
ous as cigarettes. because the
nicotine in the smoke is not ab
sorbed in the loose tobacco
smoked clean up to the end, but
is taken, unfiltered and undiluted
into the lungs. It was not the'
poison in thepaper, but the poi
son of the tobacco, which killed
Samuel Kimball. and is 'ruining.
the health of thousands of other
pale-faced boys.--From "Bits for
Bears the Th Kind You Have Always Bought
Pume und Judy Canie From China.
Punch and Judy dates back to about
1,000 years before Christ.
When the Emperor Mu of the Chou
dynasty was making a tour through
the empire a skilled mechanic named
Yen Shih was brought into his presence
to entertain him and the ladies of his
court. Yen Shih had some automatic
figures which not only were capable of
dancing, but of accompanying their
movements with song.
During the performance the puppets
cast such signiflent glances towird the
ladies that the emperor became angry
and ordered the execution of the orig
inator of the play. The mechanic rip
ped open the puppets and proved to his
astonished majesty that they were ar
tificial. Instead of being executed Yen
Shih was allowed to repeat the per
formance, which corresponds to Punch
and Judy in England and America.
For Tnfits and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Cutor Oil Cocktail.
"Give me a castor oil cocktail," said
the man at the drug store counter.
The clerk poured a bottle of sarsapa
rilla into a glass, dashed a few drops
of paregoric Into it and then poured
in some castor oil. The man drank it
with a pleasant face and walked out
as if he had drunk soda water instead
of castor oil. "Yes, we have quite a
call for castor oil cocktails," said the
clerk. "If a man's system is a little
out and he needs a dose of castor. oil
the only way to take it is In the cock
tail form. You wouldn't know there
was a drop of castor oil in it. If you've
ever taken castor oil neat you will ree
ognize the value of the cocktail."
Taught Red Buck.
Mr. L. Shurley, the noted instructor,
told the writer he expected great
thiags of his pupil, Mr. Bryant, the
famous Southern Journalist. At the
sametime he wrote: "Send me 3 dozen
Kentucky Horse and Cattle Powders:
I am out and there is a big call for it.'
Prevents Lung Fever and cures Glan
ders, Distemper. etc., and makes fat.
Sold by Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.
The hero fears not that If he withhold
the avowal of a just and brave act it
will go unwitnessed and unloved. One
knows it-himself-and is pledged by
it to sweetness of peace and to noble
ness of aim, which will prove in the
end a better proclamation of it than
the relating of the Incident.-Emerson.
A Good Suggestion.
Mr. C. B. Wainwright of Lemon City
Fla., has written the manufacturers
that much better results are obtained
from the use of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea R1emedy in
cases of pains in the stomach, colic and
cholra ma.-rbus by taking it in water as
hot as can be drank. That when taken
in this way the effect is double in
rapidity. "It seems to get at the right
sot instantly," he says. For sale by
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac N1.
The public to come and inspect our stock of
Fancy Staple Groceries.
We carry this line and will cheerfully give you prices, as
it is to your interest to kep in touch witl i them.
Yes, -we have -the best Full Patentt ind if you are,
Ssomewhat dissatisfied with your flour. -try our 100 per
cent. and we feel reasonably sure you will be pleased,
that is if you are look.ing for a high class article.
S We carry both parched and green, and if you want a
:0 rst class article, something nicely flavored and contain
ing good strength try some6 of our Coffee.
We beg thatyou do not confuse thesegoods with pos
sibly others you have been using.
~Can we quote you prices in bulk? Certainly. with
pleasure. Call and see.
Can supply your wants to
In the way of Farm Imple
ments prices are guar
Call to see us.
DICKSON HARDWARE COMPANY,