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BENNETTSYILLE, S. C.
BY S. A. BROWN & CO.
Office on Marion Street Opposite
Friday July 1,1904.
U n. NEWTON, JENNINGS K. OWENS.
NEWTON & OWENS,
Attorneys at Law,
BENNETTSVILLG, 80. CA.
Offices over Planters National Bank.
"DUDLEY & WAIT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
BENNETTS VI LLE, S C.
? Attorney at Law,
lion lionsville, S. C.
Office ou Pail; un I ou titree! near Posta
Tulegrapt office. .January, 1S9<J.
Attorney nt Law und
Ofllco in Court Homie.
E. C. MORRISON,
Electrician . . Machinist,
BOX 57 FLORENCE, S. C. f
Contractor for Electrical work and dealer
?D Eleen ical supplies. Hot Air Pump
ing Engines and (?as Kn.-: in es installed.
Pipe-fiittiog and general machine work.
August 20, l'J03.
WHERE TO GO.
A WATCH is LIKE A MAN, it
NEEDS CLEANING OUT and li IM
PAIRING once in a while, 1 am thc
Repairer and will give your Watch a
Bufe ourc Treatment, IP YOU WILL
CALL ON MK AT MY OFFICE uoxl
door north of tho Postoffico-thc white
S. J. PEARSON.
On thc -v . ... iii .>?. in\
Mtetiduvco Coin wit .? i* ?. Honer,
?..1 AsJ?'-?ibly of tho i'm ' yt? . Churo
'?TOM;??':;.:. ? w-..-..tn&..!it .. .
flutory, aouompiirooi! * . ..e. 't'..t
doaeis of Dr h'iug'ti }>y !'->iti ry nu I 1
cou Cordial givvo ene perm mn: t i
enabled mo to bo in regular nttcndunci
and participate in the leading moveineuti
of that body.
JOHN W. MOGUE,
Commisaion Mecklenburg Presbytery
2 se at all druggists.
Flowers 1 Flowers !
Mrs. Jno S. Moore has a fini
lot of Geraniums, Begoniai
Ferns, Palms and other plants
well rooted, that she -desires t<
sell Cuttings 25e per dozen.
worat of All Expoi-iencos
Can anything bo worno tlian to feel thal
evory minuto will be your lani? Koch wai
tho experience of Mra. S. II, Nowaou
Docatur, Ala. "For throe years" abo writoi
.'.f-endured insufferable pata from indigos
tlon, atomach and bowul troublo. Death
seemed iucvilable when doctora and al
remedies failed. At length I wua iuducei
to try Electric Bittera and tho result wai
miraculous. I improved at ouco and no\i
Pm completely recovered. For Liver, Kid
ney, Stomach and Bowel troubles Eleotrii
Bitters is the only modiuiiic. Only 500. It
guaranteed by J. T. Douglas, Druggist.
Rock Hill Buggies.
Thc agent Mr. P. A. Hodges hn
ju3t received a carload of those ham
sonic buggies and if you want 11 fin
buggy call on him
1785 College of Charleston 190
Charleston, S. 0
Entrance examinations will hr? bel
in the County Court House on Krubi
July 8, at H a tn. One scholarshi
giving free tuition is assigned lo ene
county of South Carolina. Hoard an
furnished room in Dormitory, $lo
month. All candidates for ml missie
aro permitted to compete for yucai
Boyce scholarships, which pay $10
a year. For further information au
Our Town Oorvernment.
MAYOR-P. A. Hodges
ALDERMEN-J. Frank Breeden ('
Challin, A. ?. Sinclair, W. W. l'aie
CLERK & TREASURER- Milton M
Laurin. Ollicc open daily.
PoLiCE-J. F. David, ll C. Harper.
Marlboro County Officera.
SHERIFF-J< B. Oreen
CLERK OK CLEIIK- .J. A. Drake
Jiinog ov PROBATE- M. MoLauriri
ConoNKit-C. F. Covington
SUPERVISOR-M. E Coward
SUPT. KDUCATION-W. L. Stanton
TREASURER-J. H. Thomas
AuniToit - Chas. I. Shorrill.
SKNATOR-Cliav. S. McCall.
REPRESEN TATI VES- I >. D. McColl,.
J. P. Bunch, Welcome Quick.
MAOISTAIKS -C. D. Kaslerling, T.
ll. H. McLnuiin, MoC.ll
.John A. Calhoun. Clio,
W. J. Atkinson, Blcuhoim,
D, D. Stubbs, Briglitsvillc,
W. \V. Irby, Smithville.
Mr. David Mittle made a flying
trip to Maxton Tuesday.
"We regret to report Hi it Mr.
G. W Rivers is quito sick
Miss Mabol Wooten of Maxton
is visiting her auut Mrs. J. T.
Miss Mattie Wickor loft Tues
day to attend the summer school
Mr. Robert Caution of Brown
sville was up Tuesday and re
ports good crops.
Mrs Lou iso Beard loft Tuesday
to join her husband in Columbia,
whore ho has a good position.
Mr. Milton Quick, of Hebron
was up Tuesday and called. Crops
needing rain in his section.
Mr. J. S. Hendricks and fam
ily spout -last Sunday with his
uncle A. II. Knight of our town.
Mr. J. P. Willis of McColl was
in town yesterday and called to
s ?C us. Ho reports line rains in
Mr. Gcorgo Webster of Bothol
section was down Wednesday.
Ho reports showers and 'unprov
Mrs. Mendel and daughter
Miss Theresa from Brookhaven,
Miss., are visiting Mrs. Mittle
Mr. A C. Newton of I hun I
Faclofy was down Tuesday.
Crops needing rain badly. We
nope they got il Tuesday night.
Mr. and Mrs John C. Hubbard
attended the Children's Day ex
ercises at Brutou's Fork church
Miss Laurie llarrall has been
elected one of the teachers in tho
Washington street .school at Suin
ter, for tho next school year.
Mr. Janies T. Whittaker of
Parnassus was up Saturday and
called. Ho says crops aro clean
and only need rain to hurry the
Messrs J. M. Jackson and W.
T. McKoy have resigned as mem
bers ol' tho Hoard of Public
Works, and Hugh L. McC??? and
C. H. Crosland have been elected
in their places. Mr. McColl is
Mr. .1 nilli ll Lewis, who moved
IK.m Bright avilie, to Chesterfield two
years ugo, died on tho lilil? ?ged 5?>.
He leu ves a wile mid live chi'then.
Mr. .iolm li. Stubbs, a nativo ol'
Krighlsville hut for years a resident
of Florida, di< d on the Ililli of pant
lysis, aged lil. His remains vere
brought to eheruw mi the 22 and laid
to rest in Cberrw cemetery.
rited at his li mic near Hi.. . ii Mon
'. .?!. a >. il ikri riv i I i ?..- lit lt I ip
.iihi ag sj; i\>' ? . i .si ?ed at }? <<n>y
: p it Tuesday ia .1 1 iq?
ter of A. H. Roscoe, of Ked Hill, died
of typhoid fever on Monday night ned
was buried ut Salem cemetery Tues
?lay afternoon, Rev Rufus Ford con
ducting the services,
Conipctelive examinations for schol
arships in Winthrop, donison, South
Carolina and the College of Charles
ton will lut held ?0 the Murchison
School Building on July 8th 15101
These examinations will begin
promptly at I) a. m.
Cool and Fresh.
Mr. W. M. Kowe has purchased
a large Refrigerator in his store,
and now Cheese, Rutter and perish
able, goods arc kept on ice, pure
and fresh all thc time. You get
everything fresh and sweet.
Hr. Dargan for Congress.
Mr. William F. Dargan, one of the
leading lawyers o? Darlington and for
several yours Mayor of that loWU and
also no mber of the Legislature had
entered the race for congress from this
district. Only recently ut the earnest
solicitation (d' friends over the district
did he consent lo enter the race. He
is eminently qualified ami hus the
grit of a Tillman in discussion
My daughter had boen down n wr.cl
with Flux, un i wan very nick I procur?e
Dr. Kiiig'ri Diarrhoen and Dysentery Cor
dial and laired lier with tour dosoH.
ibu.dy ta have for Budden atiaeus 25e
H?hl hy all dru;r?;?MtH.
Farly Col I on R looms.
I o -pile ol' the c ?ol spring ninny In (
blooms ibis season ns ? arly as last
.lune 21. und 22. Hebron ag. in lead
Mosts Hampton Woodley and J. 1'
McKinnon et ch brought ns blooms o
tl i cse. tlatcs Mr. McKinnon says li
?1,tends to piel; ii as last as i: open
nod gel a bale ready ?a soon as po?
Wliyii a lunn gels the Mea ?1
lo his In-ad that he is bette
(hun others, he is usually worst
Higlieitil is ihe surest sign ol' lil
Ye:-, You Can
(.'..I your razors made shnr
and keen, willi edge righi 1<
sim\ ing h living 1 lie Ince smooth
and clean- at McLendoii Br?l
Hui* ber shop in lien ne I ts vi Hi
Hiing Ilieni along,- und we'
I he demand in the South is fi
com pct cut White Barbers-McLci
don Bros meei this demand.
Ci ION Kit ALLY, I he part i
shoes thal pinches is the price, A
inspect ion ol' our stock will tal
away this fear.
STRAUSS AI ( Jo.
TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS.
- Our o Alco will bo closed on
thc 4th of July ano* all hands will
- Next Monday is salesdny
and being tho 4th day of the
mouth ;is a legal holiday.
- Get your stamps and money
orders Uv morrow as the post
office will have holiday Monday.
- Berries and plums are get
ting plentiful, soon we will get)
tho melons. j
- Mr. Jamos S. Liles has the
largest onions seon this season
and sells them cheap.
- Tho cotton louse put in
heavy work in some sections
during ibo cool weather.
- About fifteen took ad van
tage of tho cheap excursion to
- Our "city fathers" intend to
break up vagrancy around town.
Tim marshal is preparing to stop
loafing around town.
Z^J" Okra and tomatoes only
10c at Claude Moore's.
- The summer school for col
orod teachers will bo bold in Bcii
nottsvillc beginning July 18th
- A largo crowd wont over to
Choraw Friday afternoon to wit
ness Hie game of liase bull lie
tween Choraw and Charleston.
- Tho dentb of Andrew Eady,
the colored brick mason, is re
gretted by those who preferred
his work as a skilled mechanic.
- Bennottsvillo is full of visi
tors this week, and our people
are unstinted in hospitality. It
is the best advertisement for
- Mason's Fruit Jars at
W. M. Rowe s
- .Inst received a Barrel of
"new ketch" Mackerel. They
are nice and cheap.
W. M. Rowe.
Lowney's Candy, best made
At W. M. HOWES.
Call at Coviugton's ma-rkot for
your ice tickets
- The College of Charleston
lins an ad Ibis week. Boys now
is your chalice for big honors in
a good college
- The Twentieth Century Lib
rary boors are: Monday 4.80 to
0.80 p. m. Thursday 10 a, m. to
- We are hea<.h[tiarters for
Ibu ter and Cheese. We kee])
nothing but the very best, and
guarantee both to suit you or
refund your money
\V. M. Rowe
-New Line Embroideries and
Laces, at the
fjrV" I ?ni i/o ?n i use \ HU ?J'
iln^nco ic: V 'L- inion V> '0 \V lob
b'ar^?r sh- p and <:. yr vvill ba.;?
lin best sh',-, in il/.'; Stan .
v. illili ale lui .-saie ui iii. Power s
- Woathorly's Big Depart
ment Store want's your attention
B^iV" Artistic, neat, modern are the
correct terms lor McLeildon Bros, the
While barber Shop
- The Baptist parsonage lot
at Blenheim is offered for stile -
Sec notice elsewhere.
- Kemi Bennett Coviugton's
ad about Organs, Pianos and
- .'Just recd a fresh lot of D.
M. Li'orry & Co's Garden Seed
at W. M. Rowe's.
- Fresh lol ol' canned Peas,
Pears, and Pig's Feet al Claud
Pipes and Smokers Supplies in
lidless variety can be found at .1. T
Douglas A: Bro.
P^y While being sei veil nt the
Win e barber's Shop-McLeildon
Bios-you will be kept, cool with
electric funs already installed.
Iloyal Baking Powders at
W. M. Rowe's.
?ign 2i)() Pair Boys Knee
Pants 20c to 75.
at C. B. Crosland's
A man should not act. while
he is in a passion; the same is
true of a J litige.
Thal Throbbing UoaUnulu
Would quickly tiwi; you, if iou unod
Hr. King's New Life 1' UH. Thousands of
Hiiiferora have proved theil matchless merit
for Siel; and Nervous Ifoadaoti.-n. They
? nuke puro blood and build ti|> your health
Only 25 lOitH, monoy huck if not eared.
S ,1,1 by J T. DoughiH, Dru ?gist.
Lp loihlle lille ol' Ludio:
Shin Waisl Suits at the
C. 15. Crosland Co.
Thron Cliiklron Suv od
In tho early Ml'lilliOr of last year lill
Oinorgrtnr.y arose to which Mr, II. M on roo
of Marlon, S O , wan rquul. Ho willes
' Dr King's Diarrhoea nod Dyson tory Cor
dinl in lin; beal medicino for bowel troubla
I cvor Baw. I saved tho liven of thtei
oliildrcn io my neighhorhood in Hie Int,
few day?, after Hie doctor had cavell then
np lo die.'' Ii'n '.lio bent nod surent 01
earth. 251 the prioo. Sold hy all druggist
E'or I.:olios Only
You have spent day after day, darin)
hot, stalling ?Inly and August, slowing nm
Healing fruits and vegetables, in air li^h
jarn, mid stewing yourselves at tho tami
lim?. We hri.ig yon relief.
KINDS FUIIT I'UUSKUVINO Pow men
(hurgo boxes aid low prici 1 will preserve
lioi: nod vegetables without air tight i ir
willi surer renalis and nt oiuvfourili tin
A 25e box puts up 40 pounds of frail
Note Hm groat advantage io tante und ex
denne. At all druggist.
Tho Second Sunday in July is Chil
dren's Day nt, thc Baptist Churcli
An intercalo g program is being pre
Preaching at Presbyterian, church
Sunday morning nt ll. No evening
service. All are invited. Lord's supper
will bc administered Sunday morning
Reuuettsville has hoon blessed with
go id ihings this year. The Presby
terians Brat. Methodist now, and tlio
Baptist will have a Missionary Rally
tarly iu August.
A number from Bciineltsvillc atten
ded the Children's Day cxerc'scs ai
Brntou's Folk Baptist Church last
S.nday afternoon. Addresses were
made by Mr. T I". Weatherly Kev
RuiUd Ford and others. Mr. Janies S.
bules tho Su peri u tendent presided.
The program was well prepared and
Tho Epworth League Pt ay or mooting
ttl held evoiy Wednesday oven'ug in thu
.Sun'ny Behool room of tho nlcthudix!
church ut S o'clock. Tho public invited.
The hour Tor evening services ut iii?'
clim ches is now S.30 o'clock.
Prayer mooting nt tho ?aplist uhnroli
ovcry Thursday evoning nt S 30.
Prayer meeting ut tho Methodist church
every Wed oem] ay ut S.30 p. m.
Prayer meeting ut Prcubylurmn church
Thunda}' evening nt S 30.
Tho hour for Kuudny School ul tin
Methodist churcli hun boen chnnge.il t>
5x0 o'clock in tho afternoon.
You Can Havo More Light.
Rule ll, published elsewhere, givis
the Chair um il ol' Public Works ibu
power to supply parlies wanting elec
tric light lifter midnight. Parties
wauling light afthr that hour eau sc
Mr. H. L. McCou., who will supply
ilic same 011 the terms named in the
Mr. W. F. Rogers.
.Wc introduce this young gentle
man this week ns a candidate for
the oliicc of Sherill'. Mr. Rogers has
served in this office tis Deputy long
enough to lie familiar with the
BARGAINS IN FURNITURE.
Wc invite special attention to
(lie advertisement of G. W. Wad
dill and Son this week. They are
going to give you :i regular Ith ol'
July blaze in rei ?need prices in
Furniture. Read anil give them
Our New linkerj*.
Wo invite special attention to
tho announcement of Mr. J. A.
Newberrj', who opened a Rake ry
at. the stand on the north east cor
ner of the publie square, where
you can pet. fresh 1'read. Cakes.
ennui ut it ? . . >.. ...:.:!;. . , :>. Liug'se
uiul Cullin to lo unequaled. A ro?ont ex
preHBion from T. J. MeFarl md, Bentnr.
ville, Vu., Ri r.ej aa example. Ho writes:
''1 hud l??Otic'.itiri for three yo irn mid doc
tored nil tho lime without being boneiitcrl.
Then 1 hr gan taking Dr. King's New Dis
covery, mid u few lioMl. K tv li ally i ured
nie." Equally r-IFectivo in curing nil bung
and Throat tnmblwp, Coimnniption, Pnou
monin and (?rip 0 naran teed hy .1 T
Douidna ifc H o Diligent. Tri d ti ?'.lies freo
regular ni/. 50:, ?lld Si 00
TICKfjWUS ??f every man's
family are thc handsome patents in
our spring ?iud summer showing 01
Suits, priers #200 and np. (Jive
US a rall.
RTU?USS A- CI.
Ct/" l-' i'l io lim-and pul rollizo di)
cent Wi.ile barbers -??> cigarette ni
anything otfensivc to the 1no.1t hist id
Don't You Love FluwursV
Ii so, and you want sonic pr?t I _>
pots of .all sizes in which to plac?
them, call at thc I lard ware stori
and you can be suited.
Till', BAPTIST PAUSOXAOE L?T nm
DWELLING containing aimil (Z) I wi
uereH of lund, neill rally located in dcmrnbli
part of Town of Monheim.
Apply to thc nudeiiignod for piirliuhirH
\V. ll DU AK I',
May iS, 1904 Wm. l.YANS.
. ?c *
fe>" Heller secure your nervis in Mal
thurs wln'.e the) aro going *o lo v ut Wad
dill iV S oi, nolie boiler in town. Th
snin<) good urn being sold i i lleutitisxill
ul from .'. o> s eis per yaiil higher- Wi
show invoices in pi.'nf. See also tin i
M OM I nit o Canopies.
Driven To Dosporiilion
Living nt un out of the way pl <.? re
mote hom civil /.ilion, ri Cundy i-t o tm
driven to dr ; perittion in cann of a eidoiii
ri Hulling in Uiinw, CHM, Wounds, IJio.-n
etc. Lny in a mipp'.y id l.iiehleu H Arnie
Salvo II.'H Ihn beiit on isiflll 23? a* .1 I
I) nigl w, flinggi?-..
Prepared fur tim Work
Mr. S .) I*, arson, lim .Jeweler, li -
now uni- ul ii;e latest iiuprovem< ni
for i iigraving your name ur initia
on any article ol' gold <>r silver <
plat.- in tlie most iip-lo dit'c manne
flu: samples nf work already done h
I im nie just line, t ah and see bini.
'flic Kussel Wagons.
Mr. P. A. Holges is opening a cn
ol' these durable wagons -ono un
(WO-horse, every one ot them glUllill
Iced against nov delect io malciii
or wm mailalup.
NO?IC.K 'lo CUFJMTOJtS.
TKJfOTl?ll'j is hereby .oven to all tl
X<?' creditors ul the stat? ol HARK
I'A M., deceased, that frey must rend
an account ol their demands against sa
estate duly attested lo the undirague
I). K. STANTON, Execut
Bennellsville, S. C., May 16, 1904
The Way To Keep Gool,"
i ! Iii Uli
I'll ll ? m\n\\\ ,
I iii. ? ti UlillUU S 1
Tho COOL KIND of Stuff to MAKE COOL
?ES TO Wh! AH WHEN ITS HOT.
Oom? . and look at them. We are 'going to
help you ii we can to get COMFORTABLE.
A ,.v /\
I S?M?vl?H ri
. .-4gL-- J.-^
Von wa.nl t h tn kimi. We h?ve got them. Leis trade on a
l\YII? (|Ul?liN QUALITY and IRVING DllUWS.
SUMMER HOSIERY- THATS 0
?ii now. Will need Ihoin worse later- and they
ono. No Linter lime lo yoi them- righi now.
w .ULIJMEKY DEPARTMENT />
O UTA NT TA LK LISTEN ! Wo have shown die gord
is possible lo pn?ibi-.;o High ('hiss Millinery ul living pt ices,
ea?zed tho laut tbu3 lite reason for our Hig Millinery Suc
re Mil! busy. 1ml v. nil (<. ti>c up Your MM Summer HAT
right NOW is tho I HOST TIME TO GET IT.
? "i?r Gentlemen Friends
LY'S TWO PI Ki E SUITS are ibo bes', heeau-e they are
best hind "? Stud' L ?ok at I lie shape of tho Collars, and
tin Shonlderd a a foci .1 -limy Fl V I'll T.
.; .'..Sr'saiy to i-et a Pair <i (! >m foi tallie M'i??s foi* the Summer. No
uso l .. i . l .where. *' :. ' ' iiiul "Keith's K?nipicror?" Hey are
. ?ed anyw?,
I m WHITE \i ESTS ?3=- .
T IN SAZ l-l ?Tr: 'I L'S by Kxprosa- Whee iitidFaricy
1 i :1 to :;l tm. Won!.I like tn j nu in . ii r Crowd You'll
after yo i i . i
youns THU!, v,
ks Full of Unmatchable ?
FtirniiHie Store. They all wo
?ck Hits, ? Some Suit Specials.
v i-pi?rt ri
?nd I ?.50 Hut Hucks
ry popular this simson
good v-iInes al ! lie.-ii
?are- nih or , and i.re
ill I.la s. i-'? e :i il fur
cs on Chi lt onion.'.
: nfl' r sumo ex.- 'o' o i
i ( 'hill'mi.-rs. Tin: u
nt ls in S have ?ill a I on ii
ploudi I values t the
l*iio special prices l"i
' .-ell thom I Uli! out,
( ; hill'onier, well in nie ?
bevela! minor : Jan :
'i'lii^ wonk ivi will ell llireo dilfeicnl
lots i !' ihicc-i ieee Lu ii II.t mus ai
>i?atly iein?-1 in ?ees. We have ?M-VUI
iill'eietl daer s tits foi thc monty. Yo.
cau l ??II'C'I these vah?oi anywhere.
i;;05 suit $49.25.
LOT No. I.
A I ii-lsaiiic bcd room suit in quurleroi
oik I bree pii-eei-bcd, dresser and wa
stand Ibiudsoine ipiarteicd pan-1:
l. irao min or ;. Ono of thc bast suit* eve
sold lor 05 0(1 Two week's spcuLI har
gain pri M? at I'J -.)
$50 Suit 40.
LOT No. '2.
T i i- suits uro very milch like ihase <
iNDEfiFUT. SALE OF
rt; made | '
w -$?M pease i&mg&??t
k .n ni:
elt iVLalti The Art Mattress.
ifni Mattress, miule WELL MAHN A hud ol' 50 poun.
ol' eaivliillv v' l e',,1 ,,| j 1.,f 1 r Iel!, e iveie.l with pretty, wa
as t.. make a- -in Oftlli ,v..;i , , . .\, I Tl.-k. ?miirortaldo and
.11 liolnr.i .-I litlii Ari i , .
floral .hsM-im They well word, th., r?gulai1 pru*:ol >l.bfi
*l he.4 e niall lesses sell | Vor "Iiis Hpo.ti.il sile ol'two weeks \
iring this silo ive will "|Vor ii,?; M M (ross for
cwt @idc Public Sqi
J\.JCL<5L Clieaper &rades
The Mattresses are* tl ic best mudo.
FOR SALE BY
c. s. MCCALL.
rplirs is a Cut of The WOODRUFF 11A Y PRESS, a strong
1 heavy, durable Press that will clo thc work. Easy to
operate. No Press made equal to the WOODRUFF, unless
at double the pri?e.
For sale in Bennetts ville by
C. S. McCAl^.
June I'.O, 1901
Makes poor horses and mules fat without bloating. It
does this by first thoroughly cleansing thc system of
all impurities, allowing perfect assimilation of food,
thereby creating solid muscle and fat.
Horses and mules improve in appetite and spirits
after the first few doses, thc bair sheds, ami thc new
coat is always sleek anti glossy.
Asbcraft's Condition Powders arc packed in doses,
without "filler," and good for horses anti mules only.
It is a most powerful tonic and appetizer, being thc
formula: of a practical veterinarian of over a quarter ot ti century's
experience. It is easily the foremost remedy in its class on the
American market to-day. Price 25 cents v -'? "
Voi LI .by o M ITH. NKYVTON. febhejtsvil?e, S. C.
McC< ?LL J)R!'i. O' . , McOoI?, % b
\irniture Values at WADBX?.JXJ 8?
wier How we do it. Watch ihese Pf ices.
bu I, excepting thoy show le-:s work in
ii lishing, A beautiful suit, consinti?,!; of
UM I. dresser timi washstand, all in highly
??nlihhed quartorod oik. S?lls f->r ;">u u.)
I'vvo week's special .Milo pried ia $10 00.
$40 suits $32.
Only two suits left of the Lot and wc
.lier them at a ri Jictilously low pri?e for
' ia sale. Handsome throe piece suits
ipiart. ted, polished oak. Recular
: t_ ... .... MT.:n "i_ ..... .U?..
l-l l piart.' I Ul I. |-UII9IIVU VJ.i rv. 1.KKUIHI
t-ii -c is 40 00. Wo will close ou! tiic.-e
l?ro suits at this special sale at 32 f>().
If you arc looking for a real
handsome piece of furniture at
low prices, see our
Wardrobes. Beautiful in finish,
elegant in completeness and neat
ness. Some have glasses, others
plain trouts. Sold oak.
KR HS ll ARRIVALS.
From '2 50 up to lo 0a each.
Former price 3 50 to 12 50
. ?x. T !1? IR ?1S 3 B S ?
Some S ?ni-in I Ila I'iitti n:i.
This week wc will sell * 12.50
Couehos, closely tufted, imitation
?10.011 f ull si/, i ?eu?li, imitation
c H a i n s.
TWO CAI; j/jAiiij \III;I v,Fd>.
All .fl rades hon ??<? ll '. Split I?I?IIHM
Chair at ;'.T'. . lo '2 < 1 f.?i liiv.i'tfv l "li-li I
.My ele np t'li ?irs ar in . '. til" <) ik mi 1
aro nut lo he cia ....?.I willi a <?<un chair
which is hoi tu; sold ia i e.vii it? i iii'.li r
I am in i-'i if; ni si N K Most
p ?opie wsiiiI to do Ibu best I hov
can in bu j iii", si ?nie ?tl low llieit'
prejudice lo cou I roi I ltens I
seek Hui patronado ol I hp for
mer. I appr?ciait! ?Iii' (rudo
Ihal has boon given me i?i l.he
I ISl, illili b> eliiv pritM a hope
t > retain I h tl pa I rot ago.
rCooks Special Felt/'
b A mound of Downy Feb that invilo*
ll [bleep all the time. Well made With a
covering of good, serviceable Tick. lt
weighs Forty pounds. Sells always ni
$(i Ol). Fur this special sale of 2 week i
we will offer theui at
Como and see me,
THESE BA Uti A IN BALES
may ubi lust over Iwo weeks,
G. W. WADDILL.
West side Ptiblic Square,
a rc, Barfield ol