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BEN1TETTSYILLE, S. 0.
KY S. A. imOWN & CO.
Ofllce on Marion Street Opposite
rriday July 15,1904.
OFFICB Up stairs in Gr?nland Building,
DENNKTT?VILLE, B, O.
DR. J. L. GIBSON,
Office Over Inaacsohn'8 Store,
BENNETTSVILLE, S. C.
H II. NEWTON. JENNINOS K. OWENS.
NEWTON <fc OWENS,
Attorneys at Law,
BENNETTSVILLE, 8O. CA.
Offices Over Planters National Bank.
DUDLEY & WAIT,
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW,
WI VV. BOUCHIER,
X . Attorney at Law,
Bcunottsville, 8. 0.
Omeo on Darlington stroet near POHU
Tulejfrapb offive. January, 1899.
Attorney at Law anti
Ollloo in Court HOURO.
E. C. MORRISON,
Electrician . - Machinist,
BOX 57 FLORENCE, S. C. JC
Contractor f?r Electrical work und dealer
in Electrical supplier Hot Air Pump
inc EngiucH and Gaifl^ngioos jnalulled.
Ptpe-liitting and general machine work.
August HO, 1U03.
PAIRING once in a wlnlc, i am tnt
Repairer and will give your Watch t
sure cure Treatment, IF YOU Wi LI
CALL ON ME AT MY OFFICE nex
door north of tho Postoffice-the whiti
S. J. PEARSON,
Flowers I Flowers !
Mrs. Jno S. Moore has a fini
lot of Geraniums, Begonia!
Ferns, Palms and other plants
well rooted, that she desires U
sell Cuttings 25c per dozen.
HAVE YOU A HIGH TEMPER V
Answer Before Baaing This?
Some people have worms and oller
don't keow lt. The doctor is too politi
to tell them. Here are some ol th?
symptoms : A sick feeling in chest
choking" cough with tendency to gag
sudden uneasiness and pains in stomacl
itching around corners ot nose. Al
these, and more, indicate worms. At
irritable temper is one ol the sures
signs ot Worms in adults and children
King's Vermifuge is the cure, and it 1
sure. For very young children glv
King's Worm Candy, which is piensan
- tastes good. Children like il. Th
price tor each is U5 cents.
Horses Do Get Sick.
When a horses and mules are poo
t is not always and indication that the
lo not get enough to eat. Many ani
nais, just like human beings, have in
ligestton or the system is all run dow
md a tonic is needed, it is not the a
nount ol lood eaten that makes muscl
ind fat. More depends upon the prof
tr digestion or assimilation ol the loo
han is commonly supposed. Notion
las yet been discovered that will buil
ip a horse or mule belter than Asl
:ralt's Condition Powders, the oui
emedy in its class sold under a guai
intce. Ask Mr. Smith Newton, Bei
icltsville, tor it-the kind put up in do'
ss. And McColi Drug Co., McColi, ?
- " ? - *><^t>*<
Kock Hill Buggies.
The agent Mr. P. A. Hodges in
nat received a carload of those hum
mme buggies mid if yon want u lit
ouggy call on him
Our Town Oorvcrnment.
MAYOR-P. A. Hodges
ALDERMEN-J. Frank Breeden, C.
Jhaffin, A. G. Sinclair, W. W. Pate.
CLERK & TREASURER-Milton M
Laurin. Ollicc open daily.
POLICE-J. V. David, H. C. Harper.
Marlboro County Officers.
SHERIFF-J. B. Green
(h.KHK or CLERK-J. A. Drake
JIMMIE OF PRORATE-M. Moliauru
CORONER-C. V. Covington
SUPERVISOR-M . E. Coward
Suer. EDUCATION-W. L. Blanton
TREASURER-J. H. Thomas
AUDITOR-Chas. I. Sherrill.
SENATOR-Cha?. S. MsCall.
REPRESENTATIVES-P. I). McColi,
J. P. Bunch,
MAOisrAiES-C. D. Easterling, T.
ll. L. MeLaurin, MoColl
John A. Calhoun. Clio,
W. J. Atkinson, Blenheim,
D, I). Stubbs, Brightsville,
W. W. Irby. Smithville.
Wo return thanks to our friend
B. L. Jones for favors ?
W. H. Wells, Esq.. of tl.eFlor
enco bar spent Sunday in town
Mrs. Smith Newton left, Wed
nesday for, Rod Springs
Mrs. N. J. Hcrndon has our
thanks for som o choice beets
Miss Jennie Ilarrall of Cheraw
has been visiting: relatives in our j
Miss O'Dell Patrick loft Wed
nesday to spend a few woeks iu
Mr. J. H. Leyina of Smith
ville was down Saturday. He re
ported plenty of rain
Mr. N. J. Herndon of the Be
the! section was down Friday.
Wind and hail hurt his crop some
Miss Georgie Hodges, who has
been visiting in Brownsville, has
returned to her home in Florence
Mr H. E. Willis of McColl was
in town Tuesday and called to |
sue us. He says crops are look
Mr. J. F. McKiunon of Hebron
was in towu Wednesday and call
ed. He says crops are looking
Mrs. Luruh Smith Rogers who|
has been spending some time at
Atlanta, has returned home for a
Dr J. L Gibson, tho Dentist,
is away for a few days attending
a meeting: of the State Dental
Mr. and Mrs. Fred McLaurin
of Cheraw came over Saturday
night aud spent Sunday with
Miss Minnie McNair who has I
been visiting her aunt Mrs. J. T.
Eason has returned to her home
at Winston, N. C.
Mr. John C. Dunbar, a well
known larmer of the southeastern
part of the county announces his
candidacy for Sherill* this week
Misses "Lillian and Elizabeth
McNair and Miss Mabel Wooten,
who have been visiting their
aunt Mrs. J. T. Eason have re
tu^ed to their home in Maxton.
Mr S. J. . M?lnnis. a well
I known veteran and who has ser
ved the county as school com
missioner with credit announces
his caudidacy fdr the House of
Representatives. He is thorough
ly qualified in his 30 years sei -
vico io public work and stands
flatfooted on the princioles of
the "greatest good to the great
Died ut his home nt McCull ou
Wedneeda? -Tnlv i3th 1904. Capt Nel
I gun d t'Uwni}, u wull i; '.tv.s: diifct'O
! . i tV.I coe i'm tl o? I \ i;: 1 about >.';
j - ^arfl" Hie f?i.'icr?i i rv.?.< H wold held
ff\( f/!iv<?r i .?-it ??tiic'cry Tli?irsday
11) f'.er loon tit -10*1 lock.
???o?? vis-Vi iii i bot to! like Ino?,
noue named him but to praise."
- We are headquarters for
Butter and Cheese. We keep
nothing but the very best, and
guarantee both to suit you or
refund your money.
W. M. Rowe.
Cadets for tho Citadel.
Col. John P. Thomas of Charleston
was in town Friday iu the interest of
the Citadel. He is canvassing for pay
cadets. Mr. Dan Pule hus been ap
pointed agent here aud wilt take pleas
ure in supplying information to those
who have boys ready.
-New Line Embroideries and
Laces, at, the
C. 15. Crosland Co.
Picnic at Rogers Lake.
On July the eighth Messrs
Frank and Algernon Rogers ten
dered their friends a very enjoy
able picnic at a picturesque am1
lovely spot-Rogers Lake.
After the crowd gathered, thal
genial person, Mrs C. N. Rogers
glided from various shady nooks
serving dainty and refreshing ices
in her charm"ng way.
Various gaines were engaged ii
till suddenly peals of thunder, am
flashes of lightning caused cards ti
he thrown aside, and all scamperet
to seek temporary sheller in thci
vehicles. Twas hut a slight show
or, and at half past two a siimptu
ons and bountiful repast was sprent
neath the leafy branches. Fisl
which were served in various way
were thoroughly enjoyed.
As the sun was sinking bellin?
the western horizon the picnicer
started for home tired hut still jo!
Among those present were Misse
Eva and Estell Ellerbe, May Draki
Clyda Draughon, George Hodge
Virginia Hardin, Aline, Maud
Dell and Nellie Miles, Messrs Dow
ning Berry, Walter Drake, Julia
Drake, Will and Hour/ Elhrb
John I lodges, Algernon and Elle
he Rogers, and Frank Rogers.
Chaperones, Mrs. J. E. Roger
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Rogers, M
July ll, 1001. G.
YOB, You Gan
Get your razors made shui
and keen, with edge right f<
shaving leaving the lace smootl
and clean-at McLendon Bro
Barber shop in Bennettavill
Bring them along and we
GENERALLY, the part
shoes that pinches is the price, i
inspection of our stock will tn
away this fear.
STRAUSS & Co,
TOWN AMD COUNTY N&W&.
- Next jjveok is down for a '
Thavyouug people had h.
dancQ^kt tim Graugu Hall Thurs
- Mr. A. H. Knight has boat
tho town on cabbage-ono weigh
ing 20 pounds
- Our jail has boen empty
for tho past ten days, and Mr
Odom has been happy.
- Contractor Pearson has I
gono to work on another cottage
for Mr. Smith Newton
- To Wilmington and return
for $1.50 on Cameron and Mc
Colmans excursion July 27th
White people only.
- Eull proceedings of the
Democratic Convention found on
our first and fourth pages
- Everybody get ready for the
excursion to Wilmington July 27
th. Read the ad elsewhere and
get ready for one day off.
- Mr. J. T. Eason, our clever
Express messenger has our
thanks for a large egg plant that
was highly enjoyed
- Don't fail to read Camerou
and McColmans ad about their
grand excursion to Wilmington
on Wednesday the 27th.
- Have you tried those new
summer drinks at E. Power's.
He keeps thom on ice
63?T Okra and tomatoes only
10c at Claude Moore's.
- Just received a Barrel of
"new ketch" Mackerel. They
are nice and cheap.
W. M. Rowe.
Lowney's Candy, best made
At W. M. ROWE'S.
Cail at Covington's market for
your ice tickets
- The Twentieth Century Lib
rary hours are: Monday 4.HO to
11.80 p. m. Thursday 10 a. m. to
Cet a bottle of Harris Lithiu
Gingerale for sale at E. Power's
- Weatherly's Big Depart
ment Store want's your attention
&&" Aitistic, neat, modern are the
correct terms for McLendou Bros, the
While barber Shop.
- The Baptist parsonage lot
at Blenheim is offered for sale
See notice elsewhere.
- Read Bennett & Covington's
ad about Organs, Pianos and
- Just recd a fresh lot of D.
M. Perry & Co's Garden Seed
at W. M. Rowe's.
- Fresh lot of canned Peas,
i ears- tmci '. f.*cot at c.fl io
nw Pip??, no.I 3in0kiir3S'itppli i i i
..J,.' ?lis variety eda hu found At J r?l
Don iritis \ lim.
Pee Dee Summer School.
The following young ladies
from this county are attending
the Summer school at, Hurts
Adele Bristow, Benwettsville.
Inez Covington, Red Hill.
Corrie B. Napiar, Blenheim
Jennie Richardson, .. ..
Annie Evans, Bennettsville.
High Priced Poultry.
The scarcity and high price of chicle
ens is enough to encourage the raising
of poultry on a larger seale They are
bringing l-l cents a pound now in
this market, and scarce at that price.
Luttera addressed to the following unmed
pernuna remain uncalled for at the post
office iu Bonnettaville;
R h bower, Neil McDonald, Rick
??"" 100 two piece Flannels
Suits for Gents & Boys, at the
C. B. Crosland Co
NEW SONGS and sheet music
for sale at low prices, also Pianos,
Organs, and Musical Instrument*
>f all diseriptions, get our price?
md easy terms. Old instruments
taken in exchange.
STUAUSS A Co.
A full line of II J. Heinzs Co,
Pickles Preserves, Ketchups, Sau
ces, Jollies etc. at
W. M. Rowe's.
8t?r" While being ser\ed at tin
Wilie barber's Shop- McLendoi
Bros-you will he kept cool will
leetric fans ulready instnlled.
g?gr 200 Pair Boya Knei
Pants 20c to 7fi.
at C. B. Crosland's
- Bp toda te line of Ladie
Shirt Waist Suits at the
C. B. Crosland Co.
Some days ago I sold one ot my eui
tomers, Mr. -, of this place,
box ol Dr. King's Worm Candy. Hi
wile bad been in bad health lor som
time, and he urged her to take som
Worm Candy. She, ol course, did n<
want to take it, but after somo yet
strong argument he Anally prevailei
She took four (4) Lozenzes according I
directions, and was relieved ol some 6
worms. She had been taking mediciii
Irom several physicians and they di
her no good. He is willing to be (jua
?tied that some ol the worms were a foi
long. H also gave bis child some
the candy and it was relieved ot thr<
(3) worms, making in all sixty six (6t
worms from one box ot Dr. King's wor
Handy. This testimonial is entirely ui
solicited, but 1 thought it my duty I
intorm you of the merits ol the Wor
Candy in this section.
Yours truly, WALTER B. BAKE
Jonesville, N. C.
Sola by all druggists at 25c.
IM a a? B&3gEBBBZZBSB?
LIGIO US NOTES,
ty. itu lui Ford hus n protracted
Aig in progress ut the Baptist
f-mst Sunday waa "Childrens1 Day-.'
at the Baptist Church. Thu special
exercises were held in the afternoon j
beginning at 5, and an interesting pro
gram was well rendered.
Tho Epworth Leagao Prayer meeting |
1* held evary Wedaeed-y sv?u?ug in ihu j
Sunday behool room of the Methodist]
ehuroli at 8 o'clock. Tb? pablio invited.
Tho hour for evening sorviees it tim
churches is now 8.30 o'clock.
Prayer mooting at the Baptist church
every Thursday evening at 8.30.
Prayer meeting et the Methodist obnrab
every Wednesday at 8.30 p. m.
Prayer meeting at Presbyterian church
Thursday evening at 8 30.
The bour for 8unday Behool st the
Methodist church bas boen changed to '
5.00 o'clock in the afternoon.
Cool and Fresh.
Mr. \V. M. Howe has purchased
a large Refrigerator in his store,
and now Cheese, Butter and perish
able goods are kept on ice, pure
and fresh all the time. You'get
everything fresh and sweet.
Ct^" Patronize and UP?? \our in
fluence for McLeudon Bros White
burlier Shop and sonn you will have
the beat shop in the State.
You Gan Have More Light.
Bule ll, published elsewhere, gives
the Chairman of Public Works the
power to supply parties wanting elec
tric light after midnight; Parties
wanting light after that hour cuu see
Mr. II. Iv. MCCOLL, who will supply
the same ou the terms named in the
BARGAINS IN FURNITURE.
Wc invite special attention to
the advertisement of G. W. "Wad
dill and Son this week. They are
going to give you a regular 4th of
July blaze in reduced prices in
Furniture. .Read and give them
Our New Bakery.
We invite special atteuiion to
thc announcement or Mr. J. A.
Newberry, who opened a Bakery
at the Htaud on the north east cor
ner of the public square, whore
you can got fresh Broad, Cakes,
Pies, &c, duily. Parties and pic
nics supplied on uhort notice.
TICKLERS of every man's
family are tho handsome patents in
our spring and summer showing 01
Suits, prices $250 and up. Give
us a call.
T STRAUSS & Co.
1 ;:V' Po ti lino and patronize de.
i cent White hsrbi'rs---y?> ' v'.:r?>. rere ?r
I lu-? .'..?.ii; .?TeMV. ... ? tl'e-tu'.M? f?dtii?-i
Don'tYou Love Flowers V
It sb, and you want some pretty
pots of all size? in which to place
them, call at the Hardware store
and you eau be suited.
THE BAPTIST PARSONAGE LOT ?nd
DWELLING eontainiu? about (2) two
ucreH of land, centrally located iu denirsblo
part of Town nf Blenheim.
Apply to the uuderuigued tor partiularH.
W. B. DRAKE,
May 18, iy.14. Wm. EVANS.
t*&" Belter secure your need- iii Mut*
linus while they arc ir oin* .-0 low a? Wad
dill .v. Sou, nono helter in twwu. Tia
saine unod ?ire being sold in JtruuttHviilc
ut from ? 10 S el.- per yard hither. WU
how ?DVO.CUS in proof. See ulso theil
Driven To Desperation
Living st un out of the way piso* rs
moto from o?vili?itiou, a family in often
ti rive i* to desperation iu oum of accident
rewulting ia Burns, Cut?, Wounds, Ulcers,
eto. Lay iu s tmpply of Uucklen's . Arma
Salve I I'M thc best 011 earth 250 at J. T
Prepared for the Work.
Mr. 8. J. Pearson, the Jeweler, ha
now ouo of tho latest improvement
for engraving your name or initial
on any article of gold or silver 0
plato in tho moat up*to date mauubl
'J'he samples of work already doue b;
him uro just line. Call and seo bim.
The Russel Wagons.
Mr. P. A. Hodges ia opening a ci
of these durable wagons-one an'
two-horse, every one of them guarar
teed against any defect iu materic
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
O'l'ICE is hereby given to all th
creditors of the estate ot 11 ARIO
l'ATE, deceased, that.they must remh
an account ol their demands against sai
estate duly attested to the uudersignei
1). It. STANTON, Execute
Uennettsville, S. C.. May 16, 1904?
OAK RIDGE CEMETERY
All persons owning lots in Oak Rid*
Cemetery, north oust ol" the town of Bot
Dcttsvillo, will please communicate wii
the undersigned, givimr the number i
each lot owned by thom
The Company has been unable to fir
thc nuuie of the owners ol' some of tl
lois und asks that all will covuuiuniea
willi thc uudcrsiguod so us to uvo
mistake" und bu sum to ?ct thc names
tho.-e whose lois ure unknown. This w
prevent any unknown lot froui ticing so
to oilier people.
Bonnottsville, S, C. L. J. Iireede
Juuc loth, 1904. Seo, & Treasuri
lam prepared to fill orders f<
wood-either for stove or chit
ney-at short notice. Lea1
your orders at W. M. Ito we
store, they will recieve prom
J. J Munnerlyn.
July 9, 1904.
Second Grand Annual
From Gibson, N. O.
vimmx JIM % OVRB THU COAST HIS,
Fare from' all Points in the Schedule $1,50
'...eiTRJS-QLE And STATIONS
Leave Gi1 yon at
N? W t?dville
5 30 A. M. Johns fi 30,
5 40 " Maxton fi 45
5 45 ' " Floral College 6 55
5 50 " Wakulla 7 05
fi 00 .' Ked Springs 7 15
fi 10 " Shannon 7 22
G 15 " Fayetteville 8 10
0 25 " Arrive Wilmington 1100
Returning, leave W ilmington at 7 p. m.
ilfui trio to the Peacoiat at a minimum rust. Lulies and children
Bed not hesitate to go, as good order will and shall prevail both way.
*'" ill run, rain or shine. Eicht hours nf pleasure in the City or
No d?lave, no uncertainties, everything tor a pleasant time,
eut Car. with an ftxi???v???iipiid Cnterer ?ne.? t<>o. to contribute to
! coa?,' "I 'all Secure your tickets in nd vance if possible.
FOR FURTIIKR INFORMATION WRITE TO KITH KR
MACK CAMERON, J A. McCCLMAN, J ll McCOLMAN,
L.vufinburg, N. C. Gibson, N' C. Red Springs, N C.
uti il Ci Li IV I
? i'i :-.o,
OF SOUTH CAHOLINA,
torin, ??dge of Probate.
F. BENNETT, hm ina.lo
V . .. ..
to ino to grunt unto lum
nixtrarion of tim Estate
?t l'8&!CtH Ol'
b. ! fi trulin
u( tho ?std U
:Uny hu * ..' lil
li atina i
W Itatitiett, ileceuHud
dore lo cit? ?uni inIinonit.li
the kindred and crediton)
W. lt.-ninjtt, deed. Lion
eur bef?te IUO ?ti tho Court
i buhl nt ttcunuttsvill.: ou
f July, 1904, ufo'.r pith
it II o'clock in tho foro
U8C, if any they huve why
>n Bhuuld not be granted,
.iv him?! ?>..- ti-w -.f
THE GREAT 30th %
Produces thc above results in 30 DAYS, lt acta
powerfully anti quickly. Cures when alt others
fail. Young men nnil old men willrecovci their
youthlul vigor by using REVIVO. It quickly
r.r.;I surely restores Iron? effects of self-abuse or
excess and indiscretions Lost Manhood, Lost
Vitality, Impotency, Nightly Finissions, Lost
Power of either ?ex. Failing Memory, Wasting
Diseases. Insomnia, Nervousness, which unfits
one for study, business or marriage. It not only
cures by starting at the scat of disease, but is a
Great Nerve Tonic and blood-Builder
and restores both vitality and strength to thc
muscular and nervous system, bringing back
the pink glow to pule cheek? and restoring the
lire cl youth. It wards off Insanity and Con
bumptlun. Accept no substitute. Insist on hav
ing REVIVO, no other, lt can be carried in vest
pocket. By mail, $1.00 per package, in ptain
wrapper, or six lor $5.00, with a positive writ
ten ? un ru 11 tte to cure or refund the morvy in |
every package. For free circular nddrr?>t
j Jh'l >N M L : MUN,
\ jf \ -r?A4. Igt! Of i';-. " ll
winr?miMti ..-..?. 1?..\vj-ii<< rt.warjMiMuv?vn.iui wi.?mi, 1IM-11.? .ui.ii.iu
^eks Full of Unmatchable I
? Pnrniture Store. They all wo
tra-.; . I] pi
nie '.. riuitui
CW ---I;; KS
Vor 11 v.
*!b i'.rv binga
i re *ll ?n>i eli
b??h it '<.
IO, and 12.50 Mut Hucks
1 very popular this season,
ully good values ut those
.ave large mirrors, ?md uro
with brass. Special Cor
50 to $10.
'rices on Chiffoniers.
t we offer somo exception
is in Chiffoniers. Tlieso
n goods uud have all along
d spleudid values at the
The special prices lor
t to sell them right out.
rpc '. .
oak ChifTonier. well made
joh beveled minor ; dandy
this week's sale $10 US
Some Snit Specials.
This week we will sell three diff?rent
lots ni' three-piece bed room suits ut
greatly red need mices. We have nnvci
offered liner suits lor tho moucy. You
can't mutch these values anywhere.
$65 suit $49.25.
LOT No. 1.
A handsome bod room suit in quartorc'i
oak. three nieces-bcd, dresser uud wa>l
stand. Handsome quartered panel.?
Luree mirrors. Ono ul' thc best suits eve;
sold for 11.1.00 Two week's special bar'
Hain price at ?? 19.25.
$50 Suit 40.
LOT No. 2.
These suits ar.' very much like those o
ONDEEFUL SALE OF M
. cessary to
ill arc made
it t cool and
t so little
Ni Pelt Mattress
dutiful Mattress, made
pe i of carefully ?elected
Pel r aa to make a smooth
res All colors of line Arl
Tu tty floral designs. They
wei. li These mattresses sell
for 15 uriug this sale we will
The Art Mattress.
Vf FA th M ADP. A bcd of 50 pouni
ol fluffy felt, covered with pretty, we
wearing Art Tick. Oom for table and
well worth the regular price of $1.1.5
Por thia special sale of two weeks \
oller ibis Mattress for
W. WADMLL 1
est Side Publie Sqi
Thc Mattresses are"the best made,
FOR SALE BY
c. $. MCCALL.
n^HIS is a Cut of The WOO DR UK I?1 IIA V PRKtt?, a strong
I J_ heavy, durable Press that will do the work. Kasy to
[operate. No Press made equal to Hie WOODRUFF, unless
at double the price.
Forlsale in Bennettsville by
June 30, 1001
C. Ke MC?AIJ?^
Makes poor horses and mules fat without bloating. It
does this by first thoroughly cleansing tile system of
all impurities, allowing perfect assimilation of food,
thereby creating solid muscle and lat.
Horses and mules improve in appetite and spirits
after the first few doses, the hair sheds, and the new
coat is always sleek and glossy.
Ashcraft's Condition Powders are packed in doses,
without "filler,'-' and good for horses and mules only.
It is a most powerful tonie and appetizer, being the
formula; of a practical veterinarian of over a quarter of a century's
exne.rience T> \o cc^ly th - fo il " die
American mar* i to-day. Price '?5 cents p?ckajg?.
For gale by SMITH NJ5WT02?, l^miWilsviU^ S. C.
Moi DR tia ti >.. MbGoll, H. Q.
'urniture Values at WADD?LL&
nder How we do it. Watch these Prices.
Lot 1, cxceptinn they show loss work in
finishing. A beautiful suit, consisting ol'
beti, dresser and washstand, all in highly
polished (piartercd oak. Sells for 50 00.
Two week's special salo price is $10 00.
$40 suits $32.
Only two suits left of the Lot and wc
\ oiler them at a ridiculously low price for
this sale. Handsome three-piece suits
nf quartered, polished oak. Regular
price is -10 00. We will close out those
two suits at this special sale at 32 50.
From 2 50 up to 10.0U each.
Former price 3 50 to 12 50
? s SST
If you aro looking lor a real
handsome piece, of tumif ure at.
abnormally low priccRj seo our
Wardrobes. I lean til ul in finish,
elegant in completeness und neat
ness. Some lin ve glasses, ol hers
plain fronts. Sold oak.
Some Special Dinyaiita.
Tin's week wu will soil $12.5U
Couches, closely lulled, imitation
$10.00 full sifce Couch, imitation
TWO UAH LOADS ?HKIVK&
All Orados I roui an Oak Split llnlfnm
( hair at 87-1 c. to 2 50 I r i ?gilly polished
Carved I liner.
My cheap ('hair- are in ide of Oak and
aie not lo ho classed ?vitli a Hum chair
which i- being sold in low? al a higher
1 am in KOK iii'rsjNKS9. Most
?people want lo ?lo the Lest I hey
can in buying, some allow I heir
prejudice to control them, 1
seek ihe patronage of 'he fin
nier. 1 appreciate Hie hade
i hat bas Leen given nie in t be
past, ?nd by close pri?es hopo
lo retain thal patronage.
.cook's special Felt "pme and see me.
A mound of Downy Felt that iiivitui
sloop all ihe time. Well made Wu h a
covering of good, serviceable Tick. It
weighs Forty pounds. Sells always at
It?.OO. For this special salo of 2 wei ks
wc will offer them at
TH KSK KA Kt; A L\ SALUS
may not last over I wo weeks). '
G. W WADDILL.,
W "st side Public Square
iiare, Barfield old Stand