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the Clouds !
Balloons bearing val
uable Free Presents will
commence falling from
the top of our building
at 2:30, p. m., Saturday.
January 16th. Free Pres
e nts for everybody.
Watch for the Balloons.
In plain King's English. Piercing Arrow Of
sight but the front doors. Did we say crowd?
pit to dome there were unusual bargains to be
flag falls on the finish, there will be stirring do
Broadcloth. regular $1.25 values, Piercing Arrow Sale..... 8
50-inch Storm Serge, regular $1.25 values, Piercing Arrow
Sale, per yard........... . .----------- ..-- .8
Panamas, regular $1.25 values, Piercing Arrow Sale, per yd 8
The famous Arnold Broadcloth, all wanted colors, regular
25c. values, -er yard ................. .......... 12
fBrilliantiues. fancy checks and plaids, rcrular $1.25 values,
p this sale. per yard............ ...........-- -
Brilliantines, regular 65c. values, Piercing Arrow Sale.... 3
Brilliantines, reguler 75c. values, Piercing Arrow Sale, yard 4
Brilliantines, regular $1.25 values, Piercing Arrow Sale,
pery ard .... ...- -d.........................
Large line fancy Suiting, 65c. and 75c. values, per yard ... 41
Tiico Flannels, regular 25c. values, Piercing Arrow Sale 1
Fleece Lined Suitings, all colors and patterns, regular 10c.
values, special for this sale, per yard ..... ........
Regular 10c. Outings, special for this sale, per yard ....... 6
Regular 7c. Prints, special for this sale, per yard . ........ -
Regular 7c. Apron Check Ginghams, this sale, per yard.....
Regular 12.1-2c. Cheviot Shirting, this sale, per yard...... . 8
Regular 7c. Danville Plaids and Checks, this sale, per yard.
Regular 8 1-3e. Riverside Plaids, this sale, per yard ........
Regular 12 1-2c. Dress Percales. this sale, per yard ......... .
10-4 Sheeting, special this sale, per yard............... . 2
We wat todirect your attention first to our Line of
Buggies. Our Rock Hill, Durham, Corbitt and Babcock
Buggies embra'ce every ?eature to be desired in-a service
able and perfect riding Buggy. if it is ease of motion,
finish and durability in a Buggy you want, for the lowest
dollar, we have it.
oeYou get a ticket with each Buggy that entitles you to
oechance at our fifty dollar prize. Somebody gets the
money. Get in line and win.
Our Line of Wagons is complete, and for lightness of
draft and durability for the price we offer, is unappro
ached mn any rival.
*Our car load of Horses was unloaded this morning.
Come in and select what you want from a car that has
not been picked overr. We will give you the benefit of
our twenty-five years experience in helping you get just
what you want.
LAP ROBES and HARNESS.
*. -We now handle the celebrated 5-A Robes, and
have the best Line ever shown in the county. Five hun
dred satisfied customers using our hand-made Harness.
In fact we carry everything in our line you want. Guar
antee the quality and satisfy you with the price when
We want your trade and are in shape to get it if you
will inspect our line before you make your purchases.
Yours wide awake and ready to serve you,
D. M. BRADHAM &SON
The place to buy your Hardware of all kinds. Hea
The best makes of Double and Single Barr
Shotguns at lowest prices. A full line of Load<
Shells, Powder and Shot, Rifles and Cartridg<
Air Rifles for the Boys. The best
~on the market for the money. Stoves of all size
~aters for the winter.
We especially ask the Ladies to inspect o
tock Enamel Ware Crockery, Glassware, Toil
SSets. Lamps, Carving Sets. Etc. Beautiful Lii
Bening Day was a stunner. We are used to crowds. h
Nell that's a mighty little word to express the size -
had, and they still exist, for remember, this GREAT P1
ngs in every department of our establishment.
BOYS' PANTS. MEN'S UNDERWEAR.
60c. values, this sale. ..... c. we have for your choosing a
)e 75c. values, this sale .....41c. large and comprehensive assort
. 85c. values, this sale.. ......59c.
c. $1.00 values, this sale.. ..:.. 79c.
(C.H' UIS We- quote a few prices for your
YOUTHS' SUITS. consideration.
Regular $5.50 values, this Men's velvet back, fleece-lined
c. sale................... $4 29 Underwear, regular 65c. values,
)c. Regular $7.50 values, this
3c. salt...... .......... 85 49 this sale, per garment. 39c.
Regular,$11.50 values. this Men's wool Underwear, grey, -V
3c. sale ................... $8 98
3c. Regular $15.00 values, this regular 85c. values, this sale
5c. sale................. $11 98 per garment.......49c. 'V
aWOMEN'S SKIRTSg a Women's Short
c. Splendid assortment of Women's Regular $4.00 and
c. Skirts, from $1 50 to $3.50 values al
thisthis sale, choice, $.3c
reua 5c. vaue,7hicsl
c. Skirmsnromt$1r50nt $3.50hvalsothis sage
c- TMPERANE ofoicesal.s
Mebr>iieco.orenDik peetwne gw oidfo
asmbs Liited by reserheen DIaynkstse a
SInteresting particulars of what wouldse
appear to be the earliest examples of Adtepito hsfbeI hs
Swritten pledges to abstain from gain- Tepics a oplc;bta
bling and excessive drinking are givenemoyeothhus.-f
In the Turin Studi Medievali by SignorEvrFenhgwhatopics
three such documents in the archives I snels osywihi h
of Milan. The first of these records is getrpie
an oath sworn on the gospels by Gia- ln bu pi tecyge p
como Pasquali and Armanino Duca"TeAeiasrecmn!adthni
to the effect that for two years theythpresgupo.
will abstain from gambling In Pavia AogaotNvmewe h
or within three miles thereof and willAmrcnhaelfyuihtlos
likewise refrain from inducing others syte r iigaa onol
to gamble on their behalf. The penal- h rnha eerde ~v wyt
ty for any breach of this oath is fixedantigThnIIshtthFech
at 5 sold!, payable to Papio Bovatorio. wmni eea n h rnhw
In the second document Perano de crs npriua emt e ad
Bono promises Uberto de Proto to rb.s
abstain from gambling for a certain
period, exception being made on be
half of the game of bismentiro, at DahadSuf n
more than 2 denari on any one day. mntr h a nIvtrt nf
SFurther, he undertakes not to visittaenoidthtaqettyfli
any inn for drinking purposes beforeScthsufholbepcdInhrr
the hour of vespers on. Monday. Acof.Shalordedtttear]a
breach of either clause of the pledge nemftcoetdwiheruer't
involves the payment of 5 soldl to Dealsodbesflow:Simntoo
Proto. By the third document Sileto b ybaeswoaekont eo
Ferrarlo expressed his willingness tothgrtetsufaes iteprsht
pay 12 denari to his brother Lamperlo o t aeWsmntr nta ft
should he be persuaded to play formorigeahtwarasffcledo
money In any place of public resort or bae awihIdsr a eo
Sto spend more than 2 denarl on intoxi- ogtfrteprps n ie os
cants in any one day.thm Simadnofyod c
The motive for these contracts is not qanae oba yplec od
stated, but It is presumed that theycarabofledwtthbstSth
Iwere entered into by employees whose suf otk o hi ersmn!t
masters wished to keep their proclivi-astegoln." nrfwslotoa
ties in check. There Is nothing in the b.trw ntetrsodo e
_documents to suggest the existence of cae' wligbfr h otg 0
any organization for the promotion ofpasdotsnfwstobsrenn
temperance. Phe honor of being firstthgrudaevytenyadsI
in the field in this respect therefore avneo h ofn n b fiit
still rests with Germany, where two igcegmnsfewst epoe-o
temperance societies were founded ionat oteqatt fsufh
the sixteenth century. cnue uigtecrmn Ln
Of these the Order of St. Christo- IdnGoe ~
pher was formed by Sigismund~e e
Diettrichstein on Jan. 1s, 1517. and th WettePrvin eivd
Order of Temperance by the landgrave Auiu dao h
of Hlesse on Dec. 25, 1600. The mem-wathtoteanitIerias
bers of the one order were pledged to A h iebde olwne t
abstain from toast drinking, and the wyt triyI nonee w
members of the other undertook notrok.unoeofwihImstc
to drink "more than seven glasses of nesrs.Tecoc a ee-f
liquor at a time, and that not oftener mndb h oaiyo h iei
than twice a day.-Chicago News. thfls.IItrteupnheet
l A PARISIAN RUSE,. o'o"o biin tt nlgu c
dThe Dressmaker's Lure That Ensnared truherymsedhwvr h
Grace Margaret Gould tells In thetolhelwrefndgaedwym
September Woman's Home Companionth lhfrmllhebnsIsu-a
some of the ways the Parisian dress- csin fe hc h kltnwst
making establishments sell their goods hdad etbakt erhfo l
to American women. Here Is one ruseantetr.Trewsohse i
that she saw worked in one of the big-abuthsrtigpoe.Itol;s
gest establishments in Paris:soehno-r1000ya.
S. There was a sudden and evident
commotion among the employees. AsrlasFrtTetr
"The princess! The princess! She Thfisrcoddpdutnofab
irhas arrived!" they cried,.lyiiAsrlatokpaeI ued
t American eyes began to bulge. ofteya179Itwscld"Tee
Out from a magnificent equipage Rcutn fie. h rceso I
lestepped a regally gowned grand lady,thfispangh(om 0)wttoI
attended by footmen and maid and re- tefml famnwohdbe
celved by the whole bowing estab- dond nJnay 76 og
lishment, to the neglect of all otheranredplyoswsoeedad
customers. She was in a gracious tepbi a opyasiln
mood this day and easy to be pleased,hedframsin TepyetsIr
- praising their past efforts and select- wr aeI id haforo
inlg several of their new creations with- rmtkn h lc fteuulct
out regard to cost. After she had ey-LdnStda.
ut when the crowds that swept in upon us literally
>f the seathing mass of humanity that came in
ERCING ARROW SALE CONTINUES with all its si
3riven's $1.25 values, this
Reductions in everything in
sale .... ... ......... 79c.
our establishing,- including Men's rE
and Boy's Clothing, Men's,
WRIGHT'S HEALTH. women's and Children's Shoes,
Furniture, Millinery, Etc.
'right's $1.25 values...... 79c.
'right's $1.50 values.... ..$1.24
t Jackets. MEN'S FURNISHINGS--- . vests
Special ! prices:
7.00 values, 1 lot extra good Men's Col- $1.75 va
lars, sizes 14 1-2 to 16 1-2, $2.50 va
this sale .............. 7c. $3.50 va
PUBUIC RIDICULE. 9FE RAE LGS
ie Time When it Served as Punish ThStradBrsndheteRd
ment For Lawbreakers.Batea.J
:t is the problem of all ages to maZk TefrtCneeaefa a h
punishment fit the crime, but the. trsadbsalufidadtre
m to have come nearer its solutio trieoewieadtord n
Plantagenet times than they eve'onte1lefldsvnwietasn
,re after the Introduction of floggingacrleastrfrahsaetatu
When burglary meant the total raji t httm a eee.I ae
the man who kept his whole forhoeetwasenhttisbne
e in his house the burglar was oeatgte o ls eebac
ged. But In the same period pub t h tr n tieadtu
ridicule served as a punishment foithrcaenousteCnfdae
st crimes, and the man who solc ateig h rgno hc em
d meat was placed in the pillory anc ohv en sflos
bad meat bured to windward ol hsi h tteeto eea
n; the vintner who sold bad winE WlimLCbl:"hnteCn
s forced to drink some of It and thE edrtamycmnedbGnrl
it was poured over his head: foi Bargr n h eea rycn
re serio~us offenses the criminal hadfrneeahoertMnassIwa
walk along Cheapside bareheaded. se htteCneeaefa n h
essed only in a shirt and carrying a sasadsrpsloe tadsac
tx taper, escorted by the mayor's s uhaieta twshr ods
geants. . tnrs n rmteohr eea
Lhe result was that law and order Bargrtikn htsrosms
are maintained far better than when tksmgtb aeI eonzn
m became brutalized by the horribleoirtopaerhebtlofJy18
ggings of Georgian times.atBabunFr.odedhta
?nnishments became worse with re- salbdesol ewr ntelf
'Ions persecutions, and after'the ref- sole yortop na a
ation the pillory, with Its terrible cifqatratr ree et
companiment of slit ears, whippings. prhs ag muto e in
,became popular, to say nothing of nladt itiuei oec ei
turing, burning at the stake, and somet
.At St. Thomas' hospital one ofadpeinStmbr18,anws
e sisters, "for a grave offense, con-deindbGnrasohtnan a
rie to ye lawe of God and accordingBeugadRdwsItcorihaK
the proffe of three wytnesses," wasbleS.Adw'crsrahigfo
lered to "be punished and have si onrt cre n hiesaso
ypes well laid on." tecosrpeetn h ifrn
ut all this, b'ad as It was, was lesssotentas.Tewmnfth
moralizing than the terrible crimi- suhmd hs lg yhnrd
I code of George II.'s reign, whenouofteredadbesikrse.
ere were -forty-elght crimes punish- Ms osac ay h fewr
le by death and forty punishablebcaersButnHriohewl
whipping, transportation or pl- nw oeit a n ftetre
-y. Flogging for mere vagrancy be-sotenglswomdthfittr
n with Henry VIII., and as latebateis.-Mgzn ofA rcn
1804 sIx women were publicly whip- Hsoy
d at Gloucester for this unavoidable
ense. And never did public morali- TeMnI h on
sink so ,Jow. 'h akmrig ocnpcoso
n those good old days we floggedthmonadkwnste"mni
r salormen "to encourage the oth- temo"aegetpanliga
i," -and there were many trussed at mc oe ee hntebihe
triangles who would now be sim- prs nalpoaiiyte r l
r admonished. A pleasant form of sabtos oeo hmhvn n
nishment was "flogging through the, egn pevl n te hne
et." It was given to the ignorant snetewtrrtetdfo hm
lorman who struck a superior offi-ohr rsnig h perneo
r. And when he had been carriedbenuchgdsietetmewn
mn one ship to another and floggedthwaesdiduoreeinom
each he survived-If he was unfor- ohrwyrmvdfo hm
nate--for six months. The lucky
n died accidentally.--London Chron- Feh
e.~ews odutabu tH
The Btuq Sky. wsvr nr hnh nee h
[he blue sky which reveals Itself as vaegoeysoeaddmiddt
e hemispherical vault of the firma-sethprrio.
zt in the absence of' cl.ouds is the "ouslmywfsmegsystr
depths of the air sending back to Peey"bsadwnth
e observer some part of the solar goe perd
amination which they receive. The "~i e, adM.Pae eil
bt thus returned to the eye is "blue" l,"eiv i.
nply becabse the particles of the air-"n o odhrta hywr
e of such exceedingly diminutive rseg,"cniedtevit.
:e that they can effectively deal with "ai e;I em om ~,
ly the smallest of the luminous vi, adM. evy
tons-tat Is, with the "blue" u2n- "usehrPaeyubdn
lations. There are a few faint in-bsns osyte eefeheg
minglings of the other colored rays 'WhnoIbut'e rfes
the blue or the sky, but they are, rmS Wly o.
such trifling quantity that the' blue " o' eiv t iWlysa
'allows them up.hoet a.
A Work Maker. WsSsadIalrgtHecm
Binks is weak financially, -isn't he?"inhrwthisbkefulo'mad
'He hasn't much money, but he gives pt'mdw-o h one n rd
ploymnt to a great many men." ed'moforabxfsdyicut"
'Who are they?" "hnwsti?
Other people's bill collectors."--Lon- "h un.'otsxwesao
n:ltBh.I stas -and barable Aneldcandhre
? MPresents from
the Clouds I
Balloons bearing val
uable Free. Presents will
urn. u comumence falling from
the top of our building
at 2:30, p. m., Saturday,
January 9th. Free Pres
ents for everbody.
Watch for the Balloons.
over-ran our building and bought everything in
upon us, but nobody was disappointed. From
>lendid money-saving advantages, and until the
OVERALLS. WORK SHIRTS.
We show only the heavy, This assortment comprises all
ady for hard usage kind-none sizes, in all wanted materials,
tter at any price, from 39c. to $1.25.
gular 65c. values, this Black Sateen, Work Shirs
sale ................... 43c. 50c. values.... .... .29c.
.00 values, this sale .... 83c. 5 values...........23c
60c. values............ 43c.
Men's -and Boy's Work
Fancy Vests. and Dress Gloves.
,ve for you an unusually
e lot of Men's Fancy We have some splenpid values
te flowfiMens Fay here that will pay you qmiekly
t the following going to investigate.
Men's and Boy's Wool Knit
lues, this sale.... 98c. Gloves, 35c. values, this
lues, this sale.... $1.29 sale ................ 19c.
les, this sale.... $1.98 Men's Dressed or Undres
lues thi .1... $.89sed Kid Gloves, $1.50
lees, this sale.... $2.89 values, this sale. ..... $1.19
ing Reduced in Men's $1.25 values, this :sale.... 89c. > =
Furnishings. Men's good quality work
Furshms.Gloves, regular 50c.
values, this sale ....... 390
There never has been in this market a cleaner
lot of Horses and Mules than can now be found at our
stables. Every Horse or Mule we sell goes wit'h our
Farm Mules, -D'haft Mules, Carriage Horses,
Bugg y Horses, Saddle and Driving Horses. Also
Dr. White's famous Horse Remedies.
* Ii. you want a good, strong, handsome Buggy,
Surrey oi Wagon, we can supply you at prices to
meet competition. Come to us for Harness, Saddles,
Robes and Whips, and anything pertaining 'to this
line. We want your personal inspectioni of our
Stables, and we feel assured that we can suit you to
a Horse, Mule or Buggy, Surrey or Wagon.
FARMERS! Fence Your Land
Control the price of your produce in the only way
you can by diversfyi~ng the use of your land. More
pastures will mean more pork and more profit. A hog
pasture is not expensive. Bermuda Grass planted this
fall will be in fine condition for pasturing next year, and
once planted will afford grazing for .hogs and cattle sev
era] seasons. It will enable you to Ikeep cows at small
expense and these housed from convenient pasture will
help to cut down fertilizer bill.
There is no ]fmit to the p6ssibilities with well fenced
land, and farm cut into convenient~ fields for pasturage
-WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED.
the largest shipment of Wire Fencing (Barbed and Woven)
ever brought into the county.
This Fencing was bought afr-the lowest price named
by the makers more than three years. We are going to
sell this fence to our patrons at the lowest pos'sible mar
gin~ of profit. We want to sell the entire lot before the
1st'of September, do not fail to see this lot and to
purchase what you will want. It will be the best invest
ment you have made in many days.
We are still selling the Ideal Deering Mower. This
mower is without comparison. No other Mower has stood
the same test that the Ideal Deering has. We have a .full
line of repairs for them. In addition to the Mowers and
Rakes, we are selling a lot of Smoothing Harrows, One
and Two-Horse Steel Beam Plows, (Syracuse and Oliver
We also sell the Red Ripper Hay Press.
Cane Mills and Evaporators.
A full line of all sizes. Remember we want your
business, and we will make it to your interest as well as
ours, to deal with us.
Very truly yours,
MANNINQ HARDWARE COEP'IY