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The Minnesota Butter Makers' ani
State Dairymen's association hav(
adopted a very commendable metho
of -judging the butter that is entere
for scoring at their annual conventions
The plan is to score the butter as soo;
as it arrives at St. Paul, then set i
aside to be rescored two weeks aftei
the first scoring. This second testing i:
to determIne its keepin; qualities. Fre
quently the butter which has scored th<
highest has soon commenced to rapid
ly deteriorate in quality. The fact i5
that our. best informed butter maker:
have outgrown our old methods of stof
ing, which was to score but once an(
that a few days after the butter wa:
made. The expert butter makers hav
so mastered the art of ripening thel
cream that they are able to make but
ter of an extremely high flavor, so high
in fact, that, like a highly tlavoret
fruit, it has but little keel. *I qualitie;
however, It answers the prpose 0
winning a high score. To forestall thi!
and to determine actual merit the but
ter Is now set aside to be scered tw(
weeks later, then from these two score
an average is struck to determine th<
proper score to be attached to cael
package. We are inclined to believ<
that this last judging is of more im
po "nce than the first, as two .week:
ter e butter is made more nearl:
represents the time that the butte
usually reaches the consumer.-St
Keep Accounts With Your Cows.
If farmers would open individual ac
counts with their cows, a great man:
of them would doubtless be surprise<
at the number of animals they ar
keeping merely as luxuries. It is not :
safe rule to go by general impressions
Those who have tried keeping account
have found that in many cases th
cows that were thought to be th
---,_money makers of the herd did not ii
fct yield any profit, while other
-which had been considered less value
ble provided a good cash income.
Professor C. D. Smith, after fiv
years' investigation of the milk que.
tion, has come to the following concl:
sion: First, a cow yields as rich mi!'
when a heifer as when she is a matur
cow; second, the milk is as rich th
first month as it is later in the perio
of lactation, except during the last feN
weeks when she is drying up: third
there is very little difference in the set
son as to the quality of milk. Whil
on pasture the milk is neither riche
nor poorer than while on'dry feed 1:
winter; fourth, the milk from a her
varies little in composition from day t
A.,Nesv Dairy Bi1.
The dairy and food comnissio ers
* Illinois and Ohio, in cojn-ion wi
Professor John Ha ' he secreta
of agriul o 7Pennsylvania, ha
diyand food bill whi
iti-rooe to Introduce into cc
gress. The convention of the associ
tion of the state dairy and food depa:
* ments which met at Portland, Ore., la
July delegated the above gentlemen
- a committee to draft a national dai
and food bill. It will be introduced'1
Water In the Barn.
If you have not already done so,
would be worth the trouble to serious
consider if it would not pay you w
to pd. in a water system In your ha
so that the cows will not have to go c
on cold, stormy days in winter to di
Ice cold water at an open tank.
Minnesota Butter Makcers.
Mr. Beecher once said that God con.
doubtless, have made a better ber
than the strawberry, but he never di
God could have made better butt
makers than the Minnesota butter ma
K ers, but I am sure he never did.-W. 1
* Time. was when the average farm
and creamery man made light of t
work done by agricultural colleges a
experiment stations. That time hi
gone by, says Creamery Journal. T
men in control of these institutions
longer seclude themselves in their
fices and classrooms. They get out a
mix with the farmers and tradesm
and conduct their experiments alo
practical business lines. In daIry wc
such men as Professors Curtiss a
McKay in Iowa, Henry. Babcock, F.
-rington and Woll in Wisconsin; Erf a
Glover in Illinois, Van Norman in]
diana, Hlaecker In Minnesota and
dozen others in different states ha
accomplished results of inestimnat
value to the dairy and agricultural
terests of the whole country. Not or
In methods of breeding. feeding a:
manufacture have they rendered valo
ble service, but they have invent
some of the best creamery implemecr
now largely used in modern creamerl
Butter Miaking In South Dakota.
Dairy Commissioner Sherwood
South Dakota reports I 3 creamer:
in operation in that state, and he es
mates the output for the past year
7,32gGtS pounds at an average of 1
cents a pound. This gaive $2,000,000
the milk of cows contributing to t
ceamecries. while lie estimates the
tal value of butter sold in South Dal
tai, including that made at hoame, to
Benents of Dairy School.
* It has becomec a recognized fact th
at least one dairy school course is aba
lutely essential to the education of t
successful butter maker. Only a fi
short years ago this idea was seld(
present in the mental collection of t
a verage creamery mani~. How fast c<
iitions and the popular idea of thir
S o changel
A leanr and potas-hugr sol,
wasted seed, wasted labor ~a idle
o gins-A MORTGAGE. Or, plenity of
in the fertilizer, many bales and a
busy gi-A BANK ACCOUiNT.
Write us for
ners. We send
them free to
After 25 Years of SUfferig Y
Deafness, Mr. W cnt '
. N. Fifteethb Street,
Pe:: 5:s: Ime ow red ourbottles
I you' '.!lt T.'iney, -ad thin~k I owe my
:fe toth~s -:::-de .f a years old and
.veha erarho te nose, threat ant P
.or more. I
:.Aut six wks ago
:could rt at, sleep and
':rdly halto v.a.:. Felt mare like dying
T' ci~ ~6s like Mr. Scott have ben
chitis, Iai:enoza. GriU and Consumption
:a s, rch se blood, aids di es
z ssermts. The srs:enmt at, be 1:ept
stron- ard vigorous, so that it will throw
Lof dise:-. It is the run-down, )ra-out
systc:n that con:r.cis those diseases which
so oatie n ro za. T::e heed, build
up your od1r, 1:cep your blood rich and
the circulation nor:nal, then you need have
no fear of disease.
D-ffy's Pure .Ialt Whiskey is prescribed
by doctors and u:sed exclusively in all the
prominct hos;,itals. It !:as stood severe
tests for QVt: years and always found
abscutcly pure and free from fusel oil
and. all dan-erous irgredients.
CtTfoN.-When hnyn Duffy's
Pur e Mai 1 : '.-. i": ;'e .-:u re y ou ;;i
ti e ;t'. ri . i :: .;mion dealers,
7idtdful of C!th ".*eL of thii
Sally t o ;;t.. :n~:. ('~'* mad rk' t >r :r.z.- jt
fit only, x!u. .,tA *r to Null you
wh x e . . a.' uni--' c ::*e.~
from rcun e i e
- s:re oti. t
only gu nat d : ::-c ::::: frnkh oa
which C0:-f-1-> :2:rnihat
"ivin1;; -:.1 ns. 10 e
. ongue indienites frankness; a1
short tongue, dissimtulation; a long and
broad tongue, garrulily and geeosity;
a narrow tongue, eeneentration and
talent; a short, bre~ad tongue. gzirrulity
and untruth. The n:an with a very'
~short kdd narrow tongue is a liar of
tree articl merit.
Pearl shells need to grows three or
four years, but as the possible pearl
does not depend on the age or size of
the shell the small ones are usulally as
ruthlessly opened as though no law on
the subject existed.
it A Lost Mine.
7Y A mine near P'henix, Ariz., disap
lpeared a week after the shaft had been
Roman Copper C~ns.
The National mseuom at Belgrade
has a1 eceetion of 600ll0 Ilo:an~ coP
dper coins. uniearthied natr as Servian
Svillage. The oldest of them belong to
athe time of Caracallas.
Prgxxia's niec'est Town.
vThe richest towni in Prusstia Is no
longer Frankfutrt-amf-Ma in, but Char
lottenburg, a Berlin suburb, where the
average yearly income for each in
ehabitatt includi~ng, of course, womeni
e and children, the aged, the infirm and
d paupers, amn'ounts to no less than $1,000.
e An Eccentrin Duke.
DO Philip. duke of Burgundy. spent
-f much time in contriving trartdoors ins
d his house anid grounds to souse un
a war strangers in water beneath.
rk Water Valuatie in V ene-.
d Inl Venice waiter is sonewhtat of a
luxury, as the inhsabitamss have to de
apend uponi the rains, and there is nto
-company for surpiyinig the cliy. The
water for dr-inkinig ami dome'stic uses
is collected ins suttlerr'tanea roe>srvoirs,
lwhere it is said to be Ltillere-d. 1t is
doled out at the putti w ols, which
lare open1 one hour cd iy for tihat pur
apo, and then are carefu1l' seke'd up.
s - ears the ,~T~Ki i a e A 0wvsBi9
eS Give Lemoni AJ:'.
- To keep lemz:ous, let theta lice loosely
f uncovered on a wire tray that will per
,I mit circulation of air on nIA sides and
or underneath. K~eep them in a dry and
e cool room.
F'or Infants and Chi1Axen.~
The Kind You Have Awy Bought
hBears the /f
B ignature of LzAC~~ &
I~ '~ Jim Dumps
Z~- And looked
~ ~'~~K9 ~ And von
u A lunch
-Once more hi
I ~ Although 'ti
madies comfort pos
on a swelteri
Helps Him to Keen Co
"'Force' is a blessing to hot hum
sinlc eating it-and I want it ever
that I am able to go through a hot di
more comfort than when I used t
.mc~eakmnet I a taught m
a"lvn.Was rdra doctor-.
Tru -i Tu39 vj i
ffy's Pure 1a't
om the st:cr I
ater before an, a r C p
can eat andl.
- btter to-day -
.I vas o- o
n i t o i. T ':s a -
u. I t
A A T E.M E - r.n.E
raSi:I have :roe oe t!
riti-g you bef-Cre, c::Y ocs:
ill vcry little discharge from nes::. -
mutch hetter. M1y hearingi ..:hi..
oved now; not so =uh rr.. i
i since Dui:.'s ha:: brou;;: my- L:10.'
a hcalthicr conditicn and o 1
Sincerely yours. W SCOTT
March '1, v:&i.
urCd of Cat rh, -::7, Iarn
by Duffy's Puri :. . c
The' ge uine~ Duffys Pure .i:i Whis
- irct crj0 a~ bottle. Refuse imita
aed ts-Trys" I itheonly w.' .xcy
.nI. V'la l. ecal Ihoo".et -ont free.
lowv to Save Your Lifes if Caught In:
"WVhat pers~ons Sho&id do if cut off.
rom (es:cap is~ io shutt theC door of the
oo:n in whAih they ar!'. and~ make for
the near.4 window7.' cocd Chiief Swving
.y of the St. LouisL lire department to
Nrow York WVoral reporter'.
"Tihe best way is; to c'rawl. Th:'re is
lways a spae ne'xt the :ioor where
the air is good. Smok'. always rises.
don't enre if a buildi is liled with
enlse s~mk!'- a winadow canl be re:a hed
by erawing and keeping the head close'
to tie iloor.
-iersons. should get On the outside of
the w~ndoJw. The roomn mayl he fller
with lire. but it will 1::kce samelm
before th~e lire reachIes them. Pec:.;ons
shoul wvait until their clothes caitch
an1 1ire lofore jumping. It is annost
"dliing b :iih:.' 'do not fail iname
hiLy. They :are generally burnug: at
least half an* hour before they begin to
fall. Even if the hiuiig does5 b- ginl
to fail the pIortionl where( one is may
"Of cour'se whon p rIns are plIaed
in great danger unnutes seemn like
our:s. Thie e'tynes get to !ires in the
majo~rity of eas0.-: w!iiln a few mninutes
acfter thle ahIirm has b en gi vin.
"Another tin g thant I m n rmi ded
if is the faet of how few person; iknow
the location of ire a ham bo::es near
Ost to thieir residcees :amii how to ::ive
n alarm. Every one should failiar
ize ima-c'f wvith the loction of the
box andi how to turn in on alarli.'
How to -dend Childlren's Stockirs.
lin' ho)les inthe stocking knees of
thildrn enn b e mnd~Oed neatly and
save the lahuor of darning or the actual
throwing a way of the otherwise good
stockin;:. Cut the hole right out and
join th. two pieces loft with an over
a:d over stitch o~n the wrong side. This
wili miakei a seam,. to be sure, but not
unsightly, and they can then be util
Ized for second best.
Ho)w to spult PaIper.
Paper can be split into two or even
thre parts, however thin the sheets,
says Ilouwehold. It may be conven
jent to know how to do this some
tiees, as. for instance, when'f one
wishs to pasb:- In a scrapbook an ar
tihe iprinted on both sides of the pa
per. Get ai piece of pla:te glass and
place it on a shkeet of paper. Then let
the I::per he thoroughly soaked. With
ere and a lit tb- skill the sheet can be
split by the top surface being removed.
1he best plan., however, is to paste a
pieue of cloth or str:cog paper to eh
side of the sheet to be split. When
dry, quickly and without hesitation
pull the two pieees asunder, when one
part of the sheet will be found to have
adhered toea and ti~ part to the other.
Soften the pastie in water, and the
piees e':: U e. eaUsily r'emved from the
azed out on sidewalks hot
.n vain for one cool spot;
'ed he ne'er again would eat
of heat-producing meat.
as " Force " restored his vim,
hot, he's " Sunny Jim."
anity. I find
,v with much -
h ow to live.
We have of late received numerous
,miunicatons, together with sam
ecs of wool, from subscribers anxious
know If the sheep from which the
,1uples were taken were suff' ring
-oni scab, says American Sheep
reeder. We have made microscopic
camination of each sainple submit
d, but not in a single instince have
e found any trace of this disease, but
almost every case have unmistaka
y detected injury to the feece
rought al t by gross errors in feed
Many of our western friends dur
., the past winter have fed corn free
but not judiciously, to animals Un
custoimcd to such fare, with the re
1t that a fevered condition of the
stem was brought about, and the
rtial shedding of their fleees fol
wed in consequence. Then, on the
:her hand, sheep that had beeir well
ired for fell into the hands of the
askiihful feeder. and the rations with
hiich the'y were furnished not being
the (qual1ity that would tend to keep
em in a healthy conldition, their
:eces lam te loose, and the conse
unt dejected appearance of the ani
mis cau:;ed their owners to fear that
icy had a real case of scab on their
-A Farm Dipping Plant.
C. II. Nimson, president Bellevue
arma company. Cranberry, N. C., sent
ae accompalyifng picture of the dip
; I -- N ,
CONVENIENT DIrTLNG ARRANGEMENT.
ng plant used on that.farm. The first
n the left is the catching pen. T oe
ext is the tank under narr u. roof.
'he third. and under covi.p, is the drip
ing pens. The fou ai~is a large boiler
ith fireplac.-fA man and a boy can
asHYv Ji6Through fifty sheep an hour
nd do perfect work with the dipping.
Raiming Hothouse Lanbs.
My business Is diversitied farming,
and I make a specialty of raising hot
house lambs for the Chicago market.
writes John A. Iill of Texas to the
'reeder's (Gazette. It is a very nice
business for a man that likes the sheep
business. I breed high grade South
down ewes and use only registered
ramis. I sell my lambs at f'pm three to
four months old and shipi a car of 200
heid at a time. They shrink less than
nany other stock a man can ship. My7
shrinkagne last year was a fraction
short of live pounds, and I did not get
a good runa. My car made an average
of forty-six and a half pounds at mar
ket and sold for S'. cents, which I
think pays well if one attends to his
lambs properly. I begin to feed my
lambs as soon as they wilt eat and let
them run with their mother, and they
go through a creep into their pen,
where they are fed cottonseed, cotton*
seed meal and bran, having the run of
an oat or rye patch.
The government has dealt with the
foot and amouthi disease promptly and
geeraliy with good results, but it "fell
down" most ridiculously when it or
dered ain embargo on shipments of
wool from Massachusetts, one of the
quarantined states, says Stockman and
Farmer. But the Boston wool trade
soon showed the folly of such regula*
Cons and secured a partial release aft
r four or five days. Still any housE
having Massachusetts wvool in store is
forbidden to ship any of its stock, and
this is a serious hardship to some ex
tensive dealers. All this Massachusetts
wool was clipped and stored mnonths
before the outbreak of foot and mouth
disease. If it does leave the loft, it
will go to some manufacturer and will
in no way injure anything. Such fool
ishness is not highly creditable to our
The Salt Lake City News of Feb. 2(
said: "President Jesse M. Smith of the
U~tah Wool Growers' association hat
word fron. various parts of Idahc
about the sheep losses from snow and
cold and says that reports of. thesE
losses have been much exaggerated
and that in a few places only have
there been any marked losses. B. F
Saunders has returned from the souti
country and says that the past seasor
has been an ideal winter one in DixiE
for sheep and that they have fared
very well there. Ihowever, he learnt
that out on the western desert thE
sheep have not fared well and that 0r
the Snake river desert where th<
ranges have been covered up by the
deep snows the losses among the sheei
have been considerable. One growet
there has fifteen men doing nothing
but skinning dead sheep for theit
Wool Not the Whole Thing.
While the wool crop is an element t<
be considered when estimating th<
value of the sheep it must not b<
thought the whole thing, and when the
price of the fleece is low do not turi
away from the flock or turn them of1
the farm simply because that produc1
is not up to what it formerly was, sayt
Wool Markets and Sheep. Think of th4
many other advantages to be derived
in sticking to our white fleece'd friends
Does your head ache ? Pain
back of your eyes ? Bad
taste in your mouth? ' It's
your liver ! Ayer's Pills are
liver pills. They cure consti
pation, headache, dyspepsia.
25c. A I dr::.gizs._____
want your na.-,ut a.-he or beard a Lrcautiful
brown or rich blck? Trhen usac
50C. Or Duasrs. o, R. P. IML .A Co.. lNAs'IJA. N.H.
e El HAIR BALSAM
'. lelSmes ad beautifli the hair.
'R' 1romo'es i inxuriant growth.
tos r t uth Col.
C ures scap diseases & hair falling.
50eand 3.00at Drugst
Tae Laxative Bro
Sanven Millin boxes sold i nest 32
The Kin-1 Yon HYave A]L'.Ta1s Ee
in use for over '30 ycmrs,
All Counterfeit, ImitatiOns '
Experiments that trife i h
Infants and Children-E~r
W h 1C s
Castoria is a harie s -
goric, Drops and- o PS7 y
contains neither Opim;
substance. Its -gc Is it- r;
and allays Feveritne-d . r
Colic. It relievcsT Tr
and Flatniency. I y
The ChilCrseds P.an
In Use F or Oyv,
7HZ CC~AUM COU~P:. ,' 7 V'
How to 'T:r a Gac:-m ints.
There are several ways
rent in a garniiiti as', r seeral
different kin ' Of rents. The rent
known-.s the "barn door," a three cor
,cred cut or tear, is perhaps the most
difficult. Lay under it a piece of the
same material, taking a square an
inch larger each way than the tear,
and baste this down on the wrong side
smoothly and firmly. Take a thread
of, as nearly as possible, the same
color and fineness as the woof of the
cloth and work back and forth aCoss
the rent with the smallest of running
stitches. Never try to darn, even in
heavy cloth, with a coarse needle, but
always use as fine a one as will carry
the thread you have elected to use.
When all is darned, turn on the wrong
side, trim off the superfluous patch,
leaving only a fourth of an inch each
side of the rent, and press neatly with
a warm iron on the right side, laying
a piece of damp muslin between the
goods and the iron.
Foley's Hfoney nd Tar
for chiidren,safe.sure. No opiates.
Ay ers ha
Malaria and tricts.
Agu e Cv re8all malar
RLOR1j IN tQUX
$ Address SOUTH!
SAVANNAHL GA1 THE C
This is all. it will cost you to enter
began Wednesday, May Gth,- and<
July, 7th 1903.
The object of those trying for the
possible on the regular government
I Ei a GrioR Raxor Of E8818Y
The one who succeeds in writing
number of times on a postal carcd w!
R AZOR, the selling price of which is
These razors are fully guaranteed;
ish. We carry a c.)mplete line c.
prices running from $1.50 to $2.50
ae many varieties of bandles.
This competition is open to all < f
your card when you Jill it out, but d<
in an enivelope, wilting yourn name oi
Wh.en this contest is over, we may
To l'adies contesting a pair of fine
FA RM BELLS.-A large farm be
for only $3.50 completed.
ire a Cold in On
o Quinine Tablets. '
, a h has been
ole the signature of
been made under his per
erVision since its infancy.
*:n:e to acceive youa ini this.
" Just-as-good" are biri
:dedanger the health of
Aoc ais% Experiniient.
ate for' Casor Oil, Pare
us. It is ecasant. It
afc tdestroys Wiormag
, nd, regul ates the
myti :iatural sleep.
A R WA A Y E
r 30 Years.
LY fh117ET. nEW Ye ORX Cffy
to Maeke French Coffee.
The peculiarly delicious -flavor of cof
ree as served by tlic French hostess 1i
aid to be due to the fact that whei
onqtin.g the bean she covers it ver3
lightly when done with melted butte
ind sugar instead of egg, as is oftel
one in this country.
How to Clean Meermebaum Pipex.
One who has a beloved meerschaun
pipe may he glad to learn just how t
leanse it in a very simple way with
>ut injuring the beautiful coloring
wich can only he produced by faithfu
tttention to my Lady Nicotine. Plac
the pipe in a shallow pan and cover i
with cold. sweet milk. Let the mill
come slowly to the boiling point over
:oal fire and then let it boil gently fo
t few moments. This Is said to be th
Dnly method of cleansing a meersehaum
pipe which will not at the same tim
njure the coloring.
ars tho 11h0 Kind Yoil Have AlwayS Bou'
t remarkable tonic proper
11I who live in malarial dis
Xnever-failing remedy for
ABCEYF 1T %
RN COTT'ON OIL CO.
AROUNAS AND GEORGIA. t -
our Postal Card competition, whic
~ontnue sixty days--i. e., Memda
prize is to write as many times a
HariwaTB Co.. E2818, S. .
the above sentence the greates
il receive a Handsome G~iFFOI
man are of the finest make and fin
fthem in1 stock at all times, wit!
Any style may be had, and ther
wur rea~ers. Fithe.r bring or sen
t direct it. If you send, enclos
a sip ef paper and pinning it t
ava a nothner scmewhat similar.
scissors; to a boy a knife.
Easley, S. C.
II that can be heard a long distanuc
ina Tw 1as
~ Oli eVery
THE OLDEST, LARE
DRY GOODS HOUSE
MONT SECTION 01
To Our Friends and Pa
We can supply your wants in at
from the finest to the cheapest qua
Oar buyers have just returned fr
counters and shelves are loaded do
Dress Goods and Novelties. In G(
the most complete stock in the Sta
When in Greenville call and exa
before making your purchases. Y
more than satisfied.
In Carpets, Mattings,Rugs, Scree
and Mats we have a complete sto
Thanking our friends and custon
in the past and hoping to merit a
Store Full of
To Show ou.
We have never befor2 tried so h-tr
wants as we have this time. We want t<
25 inch double fold Wcrsted, nice
for Skirts or Children's Dresses 10 &12jc
42 inch Mchair at ............. ... 25c
?0inch Niohair at. .............49c
.0 Cecilian. (not Mohair) worth
$1.0 ', Special price..... .......59c
Something Grand in Silk.
36 inch Tiffeta at ..................75c
C 6 inm.h all silk Tiffetta at...... ... .93
L Wash Tiffetta 28 inchts wide
just the thing for a waist ....49c
I OVI W421000DM DME R11
le -,ith the new an-i u-to.Iate
iod values for WaiIt.
34 irich P. K. White ... .. ........10c
34 ich P. K. Whiite ..............8
io .The Litti
16 N ain Street.
*H. K. STU
This Big Store, the Bigge
is rapidly filling with all classes
1Spring and Si
No pains nor expense will be- spared
our history. Our mierchandise offerings
satisfv y sgreatly intenified that no o
trader shall have just cause to complain
of doing business. Your money back i
friends. Owing to the ad vance in cotte
but these prices hold good for 10 days fr.
SPECIAL 10 DAY PRICES.
Good Calicoes, all colors 4? cents.
Yard-wide Sheeting 4* cents. Yard-wide
Bleaching 5 cents. Black and red Cali
coes 4+ cents. Good Mattress Tick 5
cents. Best A. C. A. feather Tick 12j
cents. Best Skirt Linings 4 cents.
Good Cotton Checks 4 cents.
The H. K. St
A LA R
1 Al Well Se
Always on hand, at figures to<
Just returned from the Nc
s now Complete. Don't fail t
As S. BYERS Ci
Will pay SPOT CA
lar, Ash or Walnut.
man to receive the:1
ipoint. They will p
Imarket price. Writ<
Iyou have in the iay
A. S. BYERS COMI
lEST AND BEST
IN THE PIEB
S.C : :
ything in the Dry Goods N
om Northern markets and our
;vn with all the latest Spring
mts Furnising Goods we have
te at prices that will astonish
mine our goods and get prices
our money back if you are not
ns, Window Shade(s, Art Squares
iers for their liberal patronage
continuance of the same we are
Ibuy th thatwil fi
> tell you of -
36 inch percalig 0
S and 10c to make it payyou to
come and see us, will sell at 6c the yd.
Full line of Men's Headwear, both in
Fut and Straw. All prics in straw
bats from '5c up to $3.0
Men's pants and overalls can't be
matched in Greenville that we sell.
Men's suit full size, good black....$2,50
All wool suit at ...................498
We can please you when we mention
Slot of Ladies Slippers al styles and
sizes, the price 50c. Lbe pair.
1 lot of mnens shoes solid as
93 cents the pai.
e Bee Hiv
Greenville, . C.
st in all the Piedmont nCl~l
to make this year the BANNE ONE Of
will be greater and more of7 than
ed and our determination to lease an3d
:e, not even the humblest an
at either our merchandise or
Eyou are dissatisfiecz is the way .,mk
all kinds of cotton goods are U
SBECIAL 10 DAY PRIC
Black Worsted 0 cent.
Black Duck Dress Goods 84 '7.V
Blue Dress Gouds 9+ cents.*
ed Calicoes4+cents. Best Apr in-~
gams 5cents. Colored Dress -.4
inch wide 7 cents- Simpsons Sily grey
Calicoes 4+ cents.
acted Stock o
lefy all competition.
o see me when in ou~
GREENVILLE, -. C
SHfor Oak, Pop
umber at loading
y you the highest~
them stating what
of H ARDWOODS,
PANY, Atlanti Ga,