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W [T1 Poly I clianced to be hanging
WithI'olly the roguIsh, with Polly
With Polly. who's brimming with frolic
A (u1p 1on lier lip and a jest in her eye.
The whial it was grieving, and shadows
Tlhelir hairk web without o'er the face of
Wit hin it was netrry with green leaf and
And I'olly, close by, with a gleam In her
"This holly, I know, sir, you wish inistle
Cried I'oliy as o'er us a wreath we hung
I lookedl it lier, laughing, to see were .she
Anl. oh, wliat a glint there shone out
from her ('ye!
"TillS IOLAY. I UNOW, sIn. YoU wsII
Iow like ihe rose peiut on whilh the bce
set l cs
I Iteel, wt-r! )I I yii lips were I'he
liolly fruit's flye.
"le It 1istletue, le:i t, a miiit uto or so,
"A iniuite?" breathed l'oh1y, with mnirth
in her eye.
So it's. oh, to be hanilling the holly with
W111 Polly the inisehlevous, l'olly tile
WitI l'olliv, the ()nius of :111 ilat is jlly.
A lure ont her fipI ainu with love cin heri
-C-Ilinton S1 olrti inI SnitIIt S Iet.
ORIGIN OF XMAS GREENS.
They Were I 'ed at Charlatmaistide
Fi e Centuien Ago.
The'ilse113( of evergreens :t t'isiinis
time is older than11 thev Cr'istmais ti r'.
the ChristiansI.4 seemil to havo cop ii'd
it tf'rm thirt'l piaganl inutstot's. In ati
vy~ 4)1l book01 we 111nd thIs r'eference' t).
the use of' ceergreens at ('hrlist mnsd:
tiitnt: ''A gainlst th l aO st of C'hrlistmas:1
ever'ly r1unnI's house)4, as5 alsf)o the'r p'a)1rish
churllches', were'( decked4'( with hiolhne,
of the year if ordedl to he green. Tlheo
were' lkise 14 garntiished(, amliong thie
whtichl I rend1( that tin t he yea r i4 by 13
tempilest of' thunderl4' and1 lighitnintg, to
att the Lendenha'ili ill Cornh'ilill, it shindl
of the Patv'leent, fast ini thle grundil
port of Christmaits to the ipeople,' wats
tornt upj andm cast dlown by)3 the mall11g
Stonets of the )3 pavemt4 i31 al1 ibot were 'I
cast5 ini the str'ets andinto d111uivers
houses, so. that1 the' pele'i~4 were' sore
aighaist lat the gr'eat temnpest."-- LeAslie'si
On the Chlrm istma 'f'ree4.
11e1arts anid crosses andl animal~t s c.ut Ioit
of talaan out (l llied w ith wVorted and114
then hiled with fitt ennles' and14 tied
on thei tree are always'5 popuh1r1 1'orna-3
men~ltS. Xtugar igures bou~tght int the
th mnto nyi~i~f~i. Thei~lu hnker at ( 'brist wals
wuih hiorses, dlogs, ('3s and 1 men and'1 1(
w~omenC~ maide of deetabl en)1 ke'1i~I doutghi
ed suigar1'l criyenies. 'lhese' are' 14oothi
some atnd attrativle to thte anilh boy
atIlays senittered't well over thte tree. It
is a wilse preenuttion1)1 to keel) a1 pan1 of
wa'ter in whielh Is a we4t spongeJ~f ill case4
of atc'(ildents. Whlen a1 spark i lcl s upon01
a boulgh, thle sponge quickly applied to
tho spot w'Il liheck the spread of' the14
Chrstmasuu In the WVest.
Deatdshot Dick -Any fun in It'ar
Creek on ChrIstmas, 11111?
big ChiIstmas tree.
D~endshot Dick-A nythintg of m uch
neCcount hlangin' onl It?
Gizl/zly Ui-'ll-Thre bioss tievesf.' and1
Suitable Gits For Womn.i
Siver or' allver' andt gloss toilet .artl
eles are atlways' ffnceptale to women'i.
Sonme of thiem are brush, comb, powder
box, cold crenm jar, buttonhiook, curl
ing iron1, glove stretcher, atoize, per
fumie jar, vasaline hioltder andic haiiirpin
Plain larectiolan For Making This
Place lin a vessel one pound of beef
kidney -t, very dry, free from fibers
and ch >ed very flne; one pound of
seedd .iahaign raisins; one pound of
currants. 'leaned and wasshed in plenty
of wanier; one pound of bread crumbs.
sifted through a sieve; a quarter of
pound oi lenon peel, chopped very
tine; one pound of powdered - sugar,
four it blespoonfuls of flour, a quarter 3
of an ounce of nutmeg and allspie, a in
pint of brandy and six eggs. o
Mix the whole well together. Dip i
ni strong loth in (old water and wring
It out to extract aill tle ioisture.
-pread It open oii a table and butter it
liberally with butter softened to the
consisteicy (if cream. Dredge over
with sifted flour iind shake the c!oth
to remove any excess of the Hour that
failed to adliere to the butter. Lay In s
the cenltr of the cloth the prepared I
mixture. lPorin it in the shape of a
ball and raise ip the edges of the cloth, e
bringig the four ends together all 8
around, so as to Inclose the preparution I
well, then tighten and tie firmly.
IIlve on the 1ire a high saucepan I
three-iuariters full of water. When
this boils plunge in the plum pudding I
and let It cook for three hours. Then I
reinove it and have it stand for, Ilve
milnutes before cutting the string. Un
do the cloth carefully and invert the
putlding on a hot dish. Sprinkle it
withIi sugar. Pour ov-er some brandy
Or Iumin and set it on tire. Serve me
diately with hard sauce. - St. Louis I
Sauce For 'lum ludding.
Four tal)esl)oonfluis of butter, whites
of two eggs, one cup powdered sugar,
oue gill of brandy and one gill of boll
ing water. Cream the butter, add grad
uially the sugar, and beat until white
and light. Add the whites, one at a
tinie, eliatIng all the while. When
ready to serve add the brandy amid wa
ter. Stan1d in a basin of boiling water
over the fire, stir until creamy, and it
is ready for use.
A sauce without brandy is made as
follows: One tablespoonful of corn
starch, one tablespoonful of butter, one
iint. of holling water, one egg. one-hialfI
cup of sugar. Put cornstarch, egg and I
sugar in a bowl and mix them Well.
Pour over then the boiling water and I
stir over the fire until thick. Add any
Cranberry sand Apple Sauce.
Take omie quart of eraiiberries, two
Cupfuls of sugar, two cupfuls of wa
ter. Piek over the berries carefully
and wvash ii cold water. Put theui
into a Iporehtlii hlid sauceipanl. with
enough water to cover, and cook until
tender. Then add the sugar and r
move from the stove just as soon as
the sugar has been dissolved. Serve
hot or cold. Select the berries careful
ly; boil them slowly without stirring.
If treated in this wNay they will retain
their shape and the sauce will be cleir
Apple sa uee is for roast goose. Peel
and core six tart apples. Put them in
to a saucepan and Just cover with wit
ter. Boil until tender, then press
throughi a colander. Add i teaspool
ful of butter, a dash of nutmeg or elin
i11oin and sweeten to Waste.
P'resenta Fow Men.
In allverwar'e there are toilet articles
such as talcum jars, cold creami jars.
silver miouited brushes, comnbs, clothes
brushes, whiisk broomsa, flasks and shav
Ihath irobes come in the most attr'ac
tive guise, arid the man w~ho has inoine
will surely bless the sister or mother
who gives him one.
Giorgeous heavy sIlk muflers, em
brocidered suspenders, neck ties of wiIte
silk, linen or silk handkeirchlefs and
('hest pr-otector's are some of the things
meni must expect, as they generally lput
off buyIng themi until after Christmas.
Otheri decrationis foi a man's den are
the, hideous but jpleturmesqiuo Jaipa nese
muasks, swords and bayonets. Pane
decoratIons in oiental diesign will sure
ly pilease If, they are well selected. 'A
wastebasket would not be amiss, and
one of the new corkscrewvs, with a horn
top, silver trimmed, wvould be highly
Kind Old Man.,
Ascumn-Whiat did thiat rich old uincle
of y'ourls give you for Christmas? Some
thing useful, I'll bet.
Ilauskeep-Yes; a little device for sav
ing coal bills.
Ascumi-Ah! An airrangemient to at
tach to the heater.
Ilauskeep-No; to keep on my desk.
It's a bill flle.-Philadelphia Press.
The Only One In Captiity,
hiuseum Pati'on -- Well, what new
freak have you for the holIdays?
Mlanager'-The rar'est thing on earth
--the man wvho dloesni't buy more Christ
mas pr'esenits thani he can afford.
Then lie Tlook Another.
Comfort Brown-Doni't you think it
nons('nsieal-all this kissing under the
Th'lomnas Tubbs--Suire thing' lBut ai
little nlonsenise no0w anid then is rel
ished by3 the best of mien-and wonmn!
Spacer-Giv'e me a synonym for the
At Gay Yuletide.
All hail the genial timo of year
When (very heart is kind,
When far and near there ia good choer
And caro is left behind.
Old1 feuds forgot.,old haten aside,
Now hearty clasps of hand,
While fai' and wIde at Christmastide
Love reigns throughout the land.
ForgIve, forget, a truce to prido;
I baled are all frIendship's rifta.
At ay Yuletido oni every side1'
WVe'ro "worked" for Christmas gIfte.
....w York Jraln.
HiCISTMAS was never elebrat
ed to any great extent in (he
south backk in the good oldd
days "befoh de wah." New
ear's <d1y took its place unionIlllg the
iisters. and the proloiged. rolpeldting c
LO'ni sliickiln' " supplied the slaves of I
:entucky and Missotri espelially with
11 the jollity they desired. It was all
~istiutiOnl peIar111 to (Ihe soitth. peculI
Ir not iII being contiited to those s8e
onIs, but peculiar In the t11lmer ill
'hitch it was conducted. l' iuskinv
ees have been kiown in New Engl.id
inee the mind of man reintember.s and
nditki VOrn1 has beeni gathered.
WIIII a "Co'n shulciin'" was d'Ciu
d upon notices wvere siit ouit to th
hives of' all adjoitilig plantations suit
1g that t1n a ce'tain ighlt .1id: S.
I Squire It. would give a corin shivk
ng of so 1inany thousand blshiIs ;u11h
hat till colored people, tmaa le and Ci
nalle, were invited to Ciend. (ie t
n'eparations were made by "ok, ano:.
i" ald "ole ni1ssus" ror, this event.
or, whilie they expected i good nigIt'S
vork in the shape of wagol lods of
,-ellow (.or-n, pleasure was to be thet
'nain1 pairt of the progran1.111ne(.
Supper was liways provid'ed on ai
large -scale and generally coinsisted of
two or three roasted pigs. tulkeys ani
ehickeis, with sie(1 dishes oh vege
tables, iI equl proportion. linishIs
Af sweet potatoes were haked. hoiikd
and fried. and hundreds of rich1, loh-u
puipaIn pies were turned out or thit'
DVens.I. (10110 to a m1ou1th1 waitv'1iV
A hand of inuchins was engagedi",
lori no- "co'n shiuckin' " would he com
plete without it. Oin those ights 11
'roes worked not happily save to t?
twainglig of the banjo and wa1ling of
A corn shucking always liasted tlh;'se
ughits coint inuously On on1e plaltic:.
11ud then the negroes moved on to the
[text. Where thir'ee more were (V\'oltel
Lo the coi'n of tile Owner, and so onl
until all the maize of the neighborhood
bad been husked.
About twilight the darkies begai to
fiarive froi aill over the (ountry. the
"boys" elad in theIr suilts of jeans.
With that pride of the diariky's hallrt,
his4 "long tailed clawhiammller blue.''
PEvery niegro who madtte pretenlsionls to
being "anybody" possessed one lit iore
)r less condition (if wear.
The feinale portion of the gatlin11P4
was coquettishly dressed in linsey
M~slUOF UN~o ND FDDLE
woolsey frocks, with their hieadls tijed
ehlefs, the iredder'i the better, andii with
a wh'ilte hiand~kerchief ('rossedt upon01
T1hiey came1 in gr'oups, anud each partyl3
of huiskers~ fromi ai nleghbior'ing Ithlinta
tionl was anniounlced long btefor'e it ar-*
r'ived b~y tile well known tuntes prievai
lent In thlose (day3s floating down the
road a1114 ov'er tihe fields as tihe happy~3
boys and womenCZ hasltedll to the gath
oring. A favor'ite tulle wals this:
Yes, we's gwvine to do shuckln',
Yes, we's gwine to (de shucklin',
We's gwine0 to de shuc~kIn' of de co'n1,
An' we'll bo dair ini de mlo'ninl',
An' we'll be0 dar In (10 mo'nin',
Wo'll be dtar in do mfo'nin', ishuah aa
As soon1 as the darikies wer'e all as
Iemibled the oldest lave pre'senit went
to "ole mnassa" anld begged ai pkee of
silver money. This was aiwayi3s ex'
p)Oeted, and1( a plan~taition owner would
as5 soon have thought of hain~ig aI
"shiuckin' " without cornl as to b~e un-)
prepar'od to produce theO bit of silver'
LDi tihe first eveuitng.
Takling tis p~iece of silv'er, tile an-1
clent darky returnied to the fieldi and1
there performed2 a Ceremony tihe exacet
mleainilg of wichl hats not comle dIown
to us. Wheottin~g his jackknife upon01
the silver, ho solemnly pr'onounced an
inv'ocationi for a bountiful crop of coi'i
the following year. And it isatdoubhtful
if tile "ole massa" would hav'e been
liny more wilhlig to allow tile hluskinlg
to proceed withlout this kindly pra'tyer
han wiould his wvhiite hirued servitor,.
'.hlo by its meanflhs thuis once a year'
atoodi in the attitude of high priest to
he family he served.
After the prelimiunar'y prlay'er the
'twnlve wisn meano were con, .ad
heir first duty was to select two of
he brawiikest iegr'ioes III lie cmilpanily,
V1ho. when Called out, with inuelh pride
it their tlistinilon. indilgel [in a gootl
innioreI Contest of strength. whilelI
va kniown its "rasslin' fo' (it, cnptin."
'ie Victor becnm thi e lii. SIvisl ofr o re
nonlies, andi uponl imI dievolved (tho
Iluty of Sivo'ng that o one slirketl iII
vork or en tertainieit.
The uuattler of tile tapti iey being
leehltci. lie "twelve wise imen" Chose
our1 big fellow", who formerid a "pIn-k I
add(le" by crossing their liaids and tile
aptainl was elevatedl uponl It anda var
lvd half' it <ozen tIles arounti the
caps or (0111, whil e ltirkis sanig
lis uimlotly or soilititing akin to it:
Wln our <days aml lne
Don't we larki s hah b a (time?
WnVct our lay ncln
Don't we tha-kis ti a shiti? I
Back to our 'alIi we will go,
Bck In the earl. m'n,
11":1 we'll be. beo eIn doe 0eh'nin'
To do do shuckin' (1) do co'ni.
Theni (lite cornt shuciking proper. beI.
.u. Stacks of (1lel lii heen phiced
it iite'vals of a row y:ilds near the
1r,1 a11afte they lul heenl lighteil.
itidlr tit' supier visiin of, tie "twelve
vise iin." the hil leograt. As the coin
as iuskel it was thrown Into yills
aid wouli he hatiled away in tli
aiorin ig. Twelve wvorkers vre si
,i'eti't for cacti ia p of iihiitkir iorni.
inad. as back in New Ing!:id. the reid
'a ' was ngeivrlv sotighit rot. iut winh
I elifferenlt purpose. Whoeln a11:11n got
It lie shied It lit a abi'g liiger's itnl,
1ail if Ie li the itark Otih Iorttiitle
dIr ky wuotl I not "1i Inry 'iz ten
vyv.arvs." If by sclhrewd h i11s4s
m'l it his Ihapineiiss wolI bie crownal
within the year. If a ilitsky helle se
ueia reod var. "Iho inId ho ptlion of
lIoos'aiIg a sweihthart froini a iny ofi tho I
da:iiii's : tol lihe corn pile.--Cilcin
NEW YEAR'S CARDS.
They Oriii c In J-i p.n. Wher:.
They Are Nnow obslt~e.
Inl .In11mti or-igOittotllo ht it' ofauk.
Ilg an4I lai (he eci of exi.chigilts New
Year iards. Todhay both are as obso
lete Ill the Ilowery Kiglagioi as is
New Year's allIng in the 'initAl
Sta tis. NIire charming airt, tuor tie
liglitfil custoii, arte not innhreid
uiiiniaig the good thin1 gs that hav e
a):tsst4l AWiyV to sIuffer inl tir litn' iIie, 1't
us hi41m', a aIppy revival.
Por. tore thain :1 hlldrtt years, the
(sgigandl coloring, (f New Year.
cartis o''enil th le ait tint ion o' ti
foriiost diraftslieni 11i wii at t1gr'cav
tr' of .(siapan. They were aia14le at the
coiniitl of tite iiolleiini of the vin
peror's couirt. li size tihey wtre from
six to eight inclihes, al each was In
scribe'll wit a poetic Sentieinit' dieiat
ed by tle noble givinog lie orlder. ''hey
were printel froini live or six blocks.
each Color re iringIii;. as in amotlirii
color prinItinig. a s'parate blo'k. The
blocks we4re the( property of the noble,
who retlaitd mr doiesroycil thernl at
N 11. No reprits for11 ano1ther. wore
M-v1-r peInITte11d. A nobh-maun's New
Year caitI was like his cat of ai'ms or
his sword. The sirinionos. as .lapaI's
New YearIi's earnls- wer lletd. were
tesignel Specially to p'leasce Someit hly
lov-. --.New York P'ress.
NEW YEAR'S IN OMAR'S DAY
It WnaN CeilurPuted in the Sp~riia; he
N hine Cenut urieN Agui.
N'ow the new~ yeari reivin~i ogtld desirese.
Ah, iiy belovedil itil Ithe itup that clirus
Tloday of ul''is't ra;ract and i ture t fearcc s.
So sanig oldl Oinrz, the l'er'siani po"'t,
ainie ceitttnries ago, ciial we ofi totlcy
enn~l but1 echo his tIlaughits at this New
Yeari's seas~on oh' res5 41oto I 1111 fest ivi
ty, though klingloaaas havi~e arises amiil
f'atlln, tl nattis lm ye dei'nyu'd cantl
new ionies scpa'tng up) a:ai we live ini a
coutry 13 wheiire senth itient s ofi f'retdoiin
and1( jut.4tice abounid, f'or the huiiiia emno
tlins renu~in mui h th'l Ie sazai what ever
the tiiiit ori ('1im4 in whicb we livet,
w ha tever't the rel'ighins IintIinenices wi iebI
go0verin us5. Of* 'ourse5u iai the time of'
Oair iti iost tcliieiis (h lit w yi' ert'ii
wa:s ct'lebi'atdt in .\lita ha lt be.'ing
atnd as it 'as the season when'a everyvthaing
in naturiae Is giv'en ncew hiirt h the an
cient s pr'obaly3 fori Ithis rieaisioni conasidl
ereod it a sucitable timae to bt'gina their
a dIstinc't break, aind titmIly in the six
tecnh icenitury3 .lan, 1 was set Iled oin by
comonl 0 conmseant in all conit inenal
TIhiose Newv Yeaie ItesoutIon.
Every 1st of' ,1ainsry 11lmt we ariv e
at Is an lmagiiary' iIestione In the
tu rnpikhe Itrac(k of'lia buian ifei 'i, at once
n Pestlig place f'or thlouight anid miiedI
tatioiinaid a startiing polit f'or' fres~h
exerit ion in (lie perfi'ormaniciei of onir
The' mian wh'o does not. at least pr'o
pose to himaself to he btter'i thik year
thuan lie was last amuist be citherci very
isood oar very h ctaidcnle.
Anid only3 to Ipropiose to h'beteitir Is
uomeiathinig. If aiothlinig else It Is n iie-i
kanowledgiiienit of' our nieid ho be so,
wleh'I Is the first step toward it amienid
Ililt, in fact, to propose15 to onieseh' to
do well Is in somie soit to (10 weltl posi-'
tt'Ivel, for ther'ie Is 1n0 such tinag as a
sitatioanary' polumt in iU 1 huma (ieeavor5.
lIe who Is not worse today' than lie
wias yester'thly Is better', and( lie whio Is
not bet ter is worse.--Chiarales Lcamb.
Her New Year's GSift.
Ohielin I 'hiyllis May
Sweetly r'esolved to iiarke foliks glyj
Upona te Newv Y'iis day.
A hausket filled withI dainitics r'aro
With her boa'wnI handi 11 he ho ire
Anad left It wit houat v'.ordt iir slgn
I efore a pocor fritecml's door)).
Foa' that. InulliI yo'u scee.
Would quite eclip'se the gift ltself,"'
She miuiruired miodestly.
Many of our lady and gentlencu
patrons are fastidious dressers and
can afiord an demand strictly
Grade "High Grade Footwear"
Shoes of exclusive quality. Such
Such shoes as are only possible by
So es -Iination of the hst material
best d(esigne1Crs -best workmen.
stricly best quality, Shoes that are
nitated but never eqt.uled, In showi aI0* Coml plete stock of
such "I 11G1 I GRADE lO IW EAR" we stand alone in this
city. The newest and hest in the shoe creation to suit the
l)oclt book, awaiting you here. They are well worth seeing.
You are welcoie whether you buy or not, for we take great
pleasure in showing this elegant to al! callers.
\Ve have winteir comforts in l'elt Roeino an Slippcrs. Some
thin.g nice to give your friend Ior Christmas.
Sole Agents for Thie Dorothy Dodd 8oe,"
rod CM &'-tk -U) te Shoe House,
0 mlj UP i I AN V I LI]" 81 . CO
T l1 1
That Flies a Flag Is
Barr' Bip(1 Estabi'shment.C1
114 & 116 So 4 Mail Street.
F .or I lli ne--vr foo(t o)f pace ibed up) and crowded
wit Chlist si i ( , 11"
i.st' l -or-D G oods, (4rsets,~ (Glo *V I Ie Goods , I osiery,
S 4em' d ii: oor*---T'roini.s, C h i niware, Gla s- waro) A galto andI Tinii
wilre, l'u.i, 1jauli0s Cloats, and .tlackoIs and1( Doll-4
\\impor tedt ouri stock of D~olls (iret fromi Germaivny and so of
courtis' Cdl .a eli t cheaper than it we ban~ght the frC))Iom ai whIole
sa '0 dli il IIi m th 4 comtry. \Vo are goig to give away a bteautifuli
: (1u dl t someii f lur ( doli ntmers8. Any3 oneP buying a doll, oven
11 is ' nl a4) oc~( 'ne, will h). ouItitled4 to al ('nin:-e t thuis one drawving
n'ne things tha are1 1 sutgg"stive for (Christnuis presen ts:
(Glovp on-I C~o1ar box' s, Albums, \V'riting PiThiifolios, Vasnos, Chi
ina rups an114 d au' 'is, Teadcher4,'s511 ibbl.s, PicturestO, Ki G(l(1oves, Zephy r
Slom' 1l ( lcnks. Papijer ai EnvelIops, Ru.iga, Knives and1( Forks, Ash
reca vers alath I ox s, I mhre14*i Ias, Cult Gla~s s, Oameo Ware, WXedge.
lhaink, Jardiier,', Puir-es, Pock.t llo.,ka, \Vr-ist Ibigs, SRuit Cases, Chii
in Ibo1s, Kid 1) 4Is, StinIhl I >Ws, )IeXSs(d Doills, lUndrssed1 Dols,
\Ve haven i't. spjn o to qp ot' pr ices on every articl1o -wish wo had
for then we wtould 1h4 c-rt liin to (ecut yr-u among our cuistomnors.
\Vheni you :nto in 0 re''nvile 1Elum an.11 Iook through, it wvill bo an hour
well S( spet even( t i yu i dL not htiy.
1BARR'S GOOS SIOE
i -i 6 Main St. GREIIN VII A E, S. C.
Stralley & Blarr's ok(1 stand.
II Ih mttu~t of waiter yrio will nee1 good wva-rin (1-thing, warmn
Blainkot?, ('01nf..rite, EhI1'es i m I l'nderw''ir. Justt 1now 1 am offering
some.. 4-f the 1b4st vi aues lhat I ha1've had in \Xool Drs Goods00(1, W~ooi
Flannelsh, 11(and C itn I'blannels.
T e1.,st .1..; 11 aniv I Oidy '11ls 1for 20', Dutik ings, K4'rsnys, tho
he-1!0 ,odS 'v''r ml 4(h- for men4's wear t a t 0 )' ey'd, Can ton lannol
Sc. I100, and1 2:-.'e. Samellt gilis a1 t same prica as whorn Cotton sold for
G~ I.d1'rw4'ar for tau n a11.d1 wVon1 n, goodi gos (1 att 25c and,4 60 a
-10 itch Sea Isdlnd still sellmg a1l. 5c.
TIhe tiinto bu ~ly Ca;pi and11( (:lIoiks is4 n(w. 1 IV ae1 big lot of
I I.emn bought at "'clin itg out"' prices, whieb eunah1~(s me to sell them
fon' t iv ni'' 'iu whten you wan ,t 10anttkets and Comforwts.
Alyv Shioes- stil stanid thie t',I 1 ocust ,mer. rot itck to) me1 and1 br'ing
new 4'n~ 4 s ui h lth-mn. O. mo to s ' 11 u ad if we (e1 't saveX' yout monoy
4! won 1( ask you1 1 toy
P. S.: M~ore goods for same money, Same goods for less