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Pineapples as Battcriog-Rams.
"Tho Piotures and the Pineapples,"
a story tn tho Christmas McClure's, is
chock full of fun and incident of the
most original kind. You got Into the
swing of It In tho first line, and It fairly
gallops you through to tho end. Guf
sepp's broken Knglish is irresistible;
you like him on the spot, and you follow
hlra on his search for Kosa into the
squalid tenement district, watoh him
broak his way to her with his bag of
pineapples and carry her off In triumph
with siuMit applause, only wishing you
had been there yourself to lend a hand
with another bag of pineapples. And
the pictures, by Charlotte Harding, tell
the story almost as well as the text
itself.?By H. A. Crowell.
After the grip, pneumonia or typhoid
fever, take Hood's Sarsaparilla?it re
stores health and strength.
A meeting of the corporators of the
Anderson Phosphate and Oil Company
was he'd in the city last Thursday and
organized by electing the following
Board of Directors- F. J. Pelzor and
A. T. Smythe, of Charleston, E. A
Smythe, of Folzer, B. F. Mauldin, F.
G. Brown, J. A. Brock, W. F. Cox and
D. A. Lodbetter, of this city. Tho Di
rectors then elected tho following of
licors: President, F. G. Brown; Vice
President, E. A. Smythe; Secretary, C.
C. Gambroll. A set of by-laws govern
ing the company wore read and adopt
Among the corporators of the above
company npo 50S2C Of the utrOUgrov
Capitalists in the State. The company
is strong enough to stand on its own
logs, and will be independent of any
The "Flour" of the Flock.
That Is tho way everybody who has
used it speaks of "Clifton" Hour. If
you have never used It and doubt tho
fairness of tho verdict, try it and you
will bo loudor in proclaiming its mer
its than anybody. Sold by M. H. Fow
ler and T. N. Barksdalo.
Asleep Amid Flames.
Breaking into a blazing homo, some
firemen lately dragged the sleeping In
mates from death. Fancied security,
and death near. It's that way when you
neglect coughs and colds. Don't do it
Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption gives porfect protection a
ga'nst all Throat, Chest and Lung
Troublos. Keep It near, uud avoid suf
fering, death, and doctor's bill. A tea
spoonful stops a lato cough, persistent
use the most stubborn. Harmless and
nice tasting, its guaranteed to satisfy
by Laurens Drug Co. Price fiOc and
f 1 00. Tr.nl bottle free.
A telephone line Is being constructed
from this place to Capt. J. B. Hum
bert's in Laurens county. Messrs W.
A. Erwin, John D. Sullivan, Thomas
Crane, of Princeton, Dr. West and J.
B. Humbert are putting up the line. It
is probable that other parties will build
a lino from Laurens Court House, and
connect with this one. Tho line will
run by Erwin's Mill.?Honea Path
Avoid the Poisonous Mineral.
Don,t unconsciously take barytes into
your stomach, in the form of bread
made from adulterated flour, when you
can get an absolutely pure Hour out of
which to make "the staff of life." The
Anti-Adulteration League will pay a
reward of $1,000 to anyone who will
discover an adulterant in "Clifton"
Hour. Sold by T. N. Barksdalo and M.
Luck In Thirteen.
By sending 13 mllrs Wm. Splrey, of
Walton Furmaee, Vt., got a box of
Ducklen's Arnica Salve, that wholly
cured a horrible Fever Sore on his leg.
Nothing e'se could. Positively cures
Bruises, Felons, Ulcers, Eruptions;
Bolls, Burns, Corns and Pilep. Only
25o. Guaranteed by Laurens Drug Co.
Abbeville Medium, Nov. 14: Miss
Euphemia Young, the handsome young
woman who was in the city Tuesday
from Due West, will shortly go to
Princeton in Laurens county to teach
Startling, But True.
"If every ono knew what a grand
medicine Dr. King's New Life Pills Is,"
writes D. H. Turner, Dempseytown,
Pa., "you'd sell all you have In a day.
Two weeks'use has* made a new man
of me." Infallible for constipation,
stomach and liver troubles. 25c at
Laurens Drug Co.
WANTED.?To rent a six room
house, with kitchen and garden. Will
take house for the year.
Fuller & Darlington.
Tho Hebron High school Is progres
Ing nicely with Prof. B. A. Boyd, of
Laurens, as principal, and Mr. Zim
merman Skinner as assistant. With
these good toachers we think tho school
will be pleasant and profitable.?Dar
Mr. lt. T. Dunlap, of Mountvllle, 8.
C, says that he is well pleased with
the Buck's Stovo bought of S. M. & E.
H. Wilkes a year and a half ago.
J. E. Mlnter & Bro. sell and guaran
tee the Amelcan Girl Shoe. Every
lady in tho land should possess a pair.
Ask to see tho latest style.
Ladies' taylor-modes suits are going
at the prices we are making them.
Call quick and get your bargains be
fore they are all gone.
Davis Roper & Co.
We can supply the little boys with
the best undervests, heavy, at 25ots.
' and 35cts.
J. E. Mlnter & Bro.
"Comfort, worth and solid wear,
Is whatyo'll find In every pair"
of the shoes we sell. Try us and get
the best your money will secure.
Messrs. P. M. & E. H. Wilkes, the
well,known housefurnlshing establish
ment of this city, will receive another
carload of Buck's S'oves and Ranges
on Decembor 2nd. They are certainly
doing the Stovo business In South
Don't lot it escape you that we still
lead in Milliuary. The latest styles ;
tho lowest prices.
Now is the time to see our overcoats.
They feel good and wear good. Come
and get yours.
Davis Roper & Co.
Turkey Roasters 35c, 40c, 50o and 60o
each just received in time to roast
your Thanksgiving turkey.
8. M. & E. H. Wilkes.
Men's full suits at any price you care
to pay, 12.90 to $22.60. Every pair
worth the money.
? Davis, Roper & Co.,
Staple dry goods: Bed tioklng fiefs,
a yard; checked homespun 4ots to 8
1 -.3 cents; eheetlng lots, to (Sets.; Joans
lOots. to 30cts., at
J. E. Minter & Bro.
A Combination Book Case and Wri
ting Case is sometimes very handsome
. r a Christmas present. You should
see our entire line. Prices are always
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes
Notice is hereby given that I will sell
at publio outcry on Tuesday, Deo. 10th,
next, commencing at 10 a. m., at tbo
rosidonce of Mary L. Cleveland, the
following personal property: Two
mules, Two head of cattle, Hogs, one
Buggy, one two-horse Wagon. Farm
Implement*. Household asd K liehen
Furniture, one Piano and lot of Hay.
Terms of Sale?Cash.
A. E. OLKVELAND,
ov. % 190i.
Od January 1st Mr. Brooks Swygert,
of Peaks, 8. C, will move with his
family to th's olty, having bought an
interest in the who'oialo grocery busi
ness of Puller & Darlington. Mr.
Swygert is a tubstantial man and will
make a good oiti/.on. We aro glad to
know he is coming to Laurens.
Mr. J. O. C. Featherstone, of Ander
son, is in tho city on a visit to his son.
Hon O. O. Featheretone. Though one
of the stout riders who rode with Gary
and was at Appomattox, he is well
proservod and has tho step of a Joo
It is announced that Miss Louise
Meredith, of this olty, and Mr. D. D.
Peden, of Gray Court, will be married
on the 11th proximo. Miss Merodith
who is a very attraetlve young lady
with hosts of friends is a daughter of
Mr. J. O. Morcdith, and Mr. Peden
is well known as one of tho most pro
gressive young planters in the county.
The Mystic Club was ontertained by
Mrs Darlington ou Friday afternoon.
Mro. Darllngtou was assisted in receiv
ing by Mrs. R. Flomlng Jones.
A vory puzzling,wit sharpenlng,puz
zlo was submitted to tho guests and to
Mrs. W. H. Washington, who success
fully solved It, was awarded a beauti
ful hand-made handkerchlof, one of tho
exquisite trifles so much lu vogue.
Dainty refreshments wore then servod
and tho first and u most deUglitful ses
sion of the club cHino to an end.
Mr. James A. Young, who plays
"Vlnlcius" in E- J. Carpenter's "(^uo
Vadis," possesses a remarkable mem
ory, which Is the envy of his friends
9 lion it comes to studying part". Mr.
YouDg is a close student of Shake
speare, having begun utthe ago of ten
to memori/.3 may selections. Recent'y,
on a wager, he recited the entire se
ries of Shakespearian plays, being
olosoly followed by persons who hold
tho text and noted every line. Mr.
Young's Interpretation of "Vlnicius"
is particularly ploasing. He appears
at the Opera House on Monday, Dec.
Railroad?, telegraphs, telephones,
and pcstal facilities mako all mankind
closo akin these days. That one is not
advised of what tho world Is doing
Is not the fault of the times. One
of the biggest things of the cen
tury and inaugurating It, Is at our own
doors, Charleston. Congress sits on
Mon lay next, and tb? foreign policy
of this groat country is to bo sotllod
Ihe mightiost combinations of a
commercial character, mountains to
mole-hll's, compared to anything
in the past, characterize tho times
In whioh we live. You can get
every move on tho be ard, and watch
tho game as It is played, in tho pages
of THS ADVERTISER and the Atlanta
Journal, three times a week. And
this for $1.50.
Clinton Marble Yard.
Mr. Parsons, of Clinton, was in tho
city on Friday. He is with that great
and good old veteran, Joe Smith, who
has the groat Marblo Works in that
growing young city,
This gentleman, a prominent citizen
of Greenwood, died suddenly on the
20th Inst. Mr. Aikcn was a son of the
lato Hon. D. Wyatt Aiken, of Cokes
bury, and was well known hero, where
he had many friends and rolatlves. Dr.
iL K. Aiken was a cousin and Dr. P.
B. Connor his brother-in-law, Mr. Ai
ken having married Dr. Connor's sis
A Good ?omedy.
When anything especially good is
done successfully in any particular
branch of life, thoso who observe in
variably wonder why. Now that lien
nossy Leroylo really has scored a uni
versal 8uccc ss in 'Other People's
Money," both managers and play
wrights besiege hfm with offers for the
coming season. Mr. Leroylo -very gra
ciously declined, feeling satisfied that
bo knows when ho's got a good thing
and bo surely has in "Other People's
Money," which will be scon hero in the
Opera House next Monday night, De
Hon. J. T. Johnson.
Congressman Johnson spent several
days in the city during last weok. Mrs.
Johnson and children woro with him,
He had just returned from a trip across
the Mississippi into Arkansas and bor
doring Toxas and tho Indian Territory.
Mr. Johnson reports a general com
plaint of hard times and short crops
wherever ho went in tho cotton bolt.
Congressman Johnson went to Wash
ington on Monday, and will take his
seat in tho House. Ho was accom
panied by Mrs. Johnson, the younger
children remaining here with their
Grandparents. They will not bo per
manently located at tho Capitol until
after the Holiday recess.
The Methodist Female College.
In view of the possible removal of
tho college from Columbia to somo in
terior location in the State, the citi
zens of Laurens aro Interested in pre
senting the advantages of our town.
At a meeting hold on Monday a large
body of substantial citizens attended
and much enthusiasm prevailed. Rev.
W. B.*Duncan presided, and Mr. S. M.
Will.es acted as Secretary. Every
clasb, ocoupatlon and denomination
was reprosentod in the meeting and
the sentiment was unanimous that if
the college is to bo removed our citizen
shin would act as a unit towards tho
desired end. It was resolved that
$25,000 should bo raised and tendered
towards securing the college. About
$13,000 was subscribed on tho spot.
A largo and influential committeo
was appointed to secure subscriptions
and also to attend Conferonce at Co
lumbia to present the c'aims of this
In the event of the removal, tho cc
casion appeals to the pride and to the
interest of every citizen of the city,
and the location hero of a great insti
tution of learning, undor the auspi
ces of a great Methodist denomination,
would address itself to the interest of
every citizon of the county. Tho fol
lowing Is tho committee: C.E.Gray,
W. E. Lucas, N. B. Dial, J. O. C. Flem
ing, W. L. Gray, W. C. Irby, O. B.
Simmons. W. R. Riohey, O. B. Bobo,
Dr. R. Hughes, J. W. Todd, O. D.
Barksdale, IL Y. Slmpsom, Alex.
Long, Jno F. Bolt, Dr. Alken, D. A.
Davis, 8. M. Wilkes.
"Other People's Money" ha3 a mod
ern plot, deals with the living best peo
ple, in the aotive world of financial so
cial scheming. It Is devoid of tho
farcocomody element, yet is construct
ed to produce laughter from ourtain
riso to ourtain fall. What the "School
for Scandal" and "The Rivals" wore
to the olden times, so is this latter day
comedy to dramatic productions of ihe
present. To tho theatre-goer, grown
tlrod of the low standard only too often
adopted by managers as a makeshift
or desire to emphasize, thero is a treat
in store for thoso witnessing Mr. Le
royle's unapproaohable work at tbe
Opera House Monday Dec. 2nd.
The World's Greatest Fover Medicine.
Johnson's Tonlo docs In a day what
slow Quinine eannot do In ten days.
Its splendid euros are in striking con
trast with the feeble cures made by
If you aro utterly wretehed, take a
thorough course of Johnson's Tonlo
and drive out every trace of Malarial
poisoning. Tho wise insure their lives
and tho wiser insure their health by
u&ing Johnson's Chill and Keyer Tonic.
It costs bO cents if it eure?; notpne
oent If it does not.
Jeans pantr, any size, 40 cents at
AND BRIEF NOTES OF RECENT
Mr. John F. Bolt goes to Conference
The Graded School will suspend ex
ercises for Thanksgiving.
Mr. S. M. Pilgrim, of Woodruff, spent
several days in the olty last week.
Rev. J. K. Carlisle Is having another
neat cottage erected on Irby Hill.
Smallpox prevails among the negroes
in York and Chester counties.
Mr. J. O. C. Fleming spent a few
days In Charleston last week.
New and beautiful things arrive daily
at Fleming Bros.
Mr. Enoch West, of Irby, spent Fri
day in the city.
Mr. Reuben Pitts will come down
from Furman for Thanksgiving.
Mr. Hoses Dean, Jr., of Spartanburg,
is visiting in tho city.
Anyone having a coltago to rent ap
ply to Fuller ?& Darlington.
Mr. Rufus Wileuti of Colon, was iu
the city Monday.
Messrs lt. F. and Cresswell Fleming
will spend Thanksgiving atGroonwood.
Tho Palmetto Drug Company Is get
Ling In an extensive lino of pictures
and books for the Holidays.
If you want good Hour road tho ad
vortisemont of Logan & Logan, of Ken
tucky, in this issue.
At tho Laurens Drug Company books
and pretty things in Wedgewood are
ready for Christmas shoppers.
Dr. and Mrs. H. K. Aikeu were ^ ,u< I
to Greenwood last Wednesday on ac
count of the death of Mr. David Alken.
Services will be held at tho Episco
pal church at 11 o'clock to-morrow
Miss Bello Skinner, of Goorgetown,
is visiting Miss Martha Cannon, of
Mr. J. S. Workman, a prominent cit
izen of Woodruff, was In tho city yes
Dr. L. S. Fuller, of tbo firm of Ful
ler & Darlington, visited Greenville
Bo 6ure to read Bransford's locals in
this issue. You will read something new
and interesting about his famous flour.
Miss Sue Whlteford, of Anderson,
was tho guest last week of Miss Fay
Mrs. W E. Lucas and ohildren have
returned from a visit to Hartsvllle and
Col. and Mrs. John H. Wharton, of
Waterloo, passed through the city a
few days ago returning from Atlanta.
Miss Hudgens returned to Carters
vlllo, Ga., on Monday after spending
soveral weeks with Misses Nannie and
Misses Mota and Jennie Sullivan,
Marlegene Calne and Emma Hudgens
will be at home from Converse for
Mr. J. W. Saxon, of Waterloo, will
move with his family to Laurens in a
few weeks. He will have a position at
the Furniture Factory.
Princeton and Hone* Path are soon
to bo connected by telephone. Messrs
John D. SullivanJ J. T- Crane and O.
Q. West, enterprising citizens, are
putting It up.
All business houses will be closed in
the city to-morrow and the day will bo
observed by sorvices at tho churches,
family re-unions and general good
The ADVEnTiSEU's subscribers have
been extremely thoughtful this Fall.
Wo hope they will all, without excep
tion, make a payment, if it be a small
ono, before Christmas.
Mrs. W. R. Owens, of Georgia, Is
visiting her brothor-in-law, Mr. J. C.
Owens on Main Street. She has also
recently been visiting other relatives
In the county.
Mr. Austin Braralolt has returned to
the city from Narnie and is occuping
his home on Harper Street. His wife
and daughters will join him in a few
At Wilson's you will find substantial
and olegant dress goods, shoes, otc.
Visit their store, it will pay you for
what they 6e)l is always just as good as
it is claimed to be.
Master Coke Gray has opened up a
stock of groceries in the Gray block on
Harper street. He is rather young for
a business venture but brim full of en
ergy and pluck and a very bright boy.
Mr. L. W. Ramage, one of the most
successful farmers in tho county, re
cently sold two hogs for $H0 00. Mr.
Ramage raises cotton with great suc
cess but he doss not stop there.
Thanksgiving services will be held
at tho Baptist church on Thursday
evonlng at 7 o'clock. The collection
will be for the benefit of the Connie
Maxwell Orphanage at Greenwood.
A horse belonging to the Roller Mill
went wandering on the C. & L. Rail
road track early Saturday morning and
was run over, and had its log cut off by
a passing freight train.
It Is understood that Dr. W II. Dial,
who Is a successful physician and lead
ing citizen, wili move next year to the
home of his late father, Captain Albert
Dial, a few miUis out of town, and on
grige in farming.
Mr. J. W. Todd will erect immedi
ately a row of handsome, up to date
law offices on Harper Street just back
of Todd & Simpson's store. They are
rented already by several prominent
Mr. Gary MoGraw, an employee of
the Furniture Faotory, had his hand
badly hurt by the breaking of a saw
last Wednesday morning. However he
is now out upon the streets and his in
jured hand rapidly improving.
When the new bridgo over Little
Riveris completed and the hill out away
to form the new street, North Harper
will be a most beautiful street, one of
the best in the oity. An immonse
amount of work is being done in that
part of town.
Mrs J. D. Adams continues very ill
at her, home on Main Street. Her
mother, Mrs. Haynes, of Greenville, is
with her. Mrs. Adams has an unus
ually large oirole of friends in the oity
who regret her illness exceedingly.
Laurens is to have her good cltlzen
ship swelled by several gontlemon
from the county moving into town this
winter. Among those we have under
stood will be Mr. Hughs. Wallace,one
of the best men to be had in Laurens
Captain Nolan will have a oar in read
iness on Saturday for the shipment of
the Laurens exhibit to the Exposition.
A number of beautiful things have
bean a?nt to Mrs. J. J. PIuss for lue
Woman's Exhibit. Mrs. W. M. Mc
Caslan, Miss Sara l)a?is, of Clinton.
Mrs. Robert Bell and other ladles will
superintend thtxpacklngof this exhibit.
Everything willT>*\care<l for.
We Have Some
Things to go in Your
get them. .
The Laurens Drug Co.
103 West Main St.
'Phone 75 Goods delivered.
Free to All!
?A RAGE TO?
To Peoplo of Laurens County and
Town: We will give to the persons who
present before and on January 15th,
1002, the Greatest Number of Coupon
First. A round trip ticket to Char
leston Exposition and pay one day's ex
penses, not to exceed $3,00.
Second. One who presents next
groate*; number of Coupons a Hound
g?t~ We glvo thcHo coupons away
with every 50 cents worth of Goods
purchased FOR CASH. At time of
purchase, ask us for coupon; ask your
friends to save them for you.
Remember we are the people and
where to get them.
Palmetto Drug Co.
Look for sign with the Tree.
Notice of Final Settlement
TAKE notice that on the 20th
day of Dec, 1901, I will render
a final account of my acts and do
ings as Executor of the estate of
Katie L. Whiteford, deceased, in
the oflico of Judge of Probate for
Laurena county, at 11 o'clock, a.
m., and on the same date will ap
ply for a final discharge from my
trust as such Executor.
All persons having demands
against said estate will please
present them on or before that day,
proven and authenticated, or be
JOHN C. REEDER,
Nov. 19, 10J1.?4t
Wanted?You to order your whis
key for *'personal use" from Cooper
Farming Distillery Co., Brevard, N.
O. Corn whiskey from ?1.05 to $2.00
per gallon, vessel Included. Rye from
$2.15 to $3.15. Peach brandy $2.65. Ap
ple $2.15 per gallon.
A. F. cooper,
W. B. K NIGHT. R. E. DA OB.
KNIGHT & IIA Hit.
Attorneys at Law.
49* Will practice la all the State and
Federal Courts. Strict attention to all
business Intrusted to them.
Office up-stalrs. Simmons' Building.
Debtors and Creditors.
All persons Indebted to the estate of
Dr. Thomas McCoy, deceased, will
?lease settle same without delay with
i. W. Tune at the People's Loan and
Exchange Bank, or with W. R.Rlohoy.
And all persons holding olaujbs
against said estate will present them
duly proven to W. R. Rlohey, at his
law office, at Laurens Court House,
G. W. Tune,
W. R. RlOHBY,
Oot. 2,1901?tf Executors.
MERCHANTS' AND FARMERS' BON
DED WABE HO OSE CO.
The undersigned is with the above
Company for the season, as manager
and weigher for the Compauy. H?
guarantees entire satisfaction and will
e glad of the pnblio patronage.
J. WADE ANDERSON?
HAS TO SAY.
On November 30th we will inaugurate our
GREATEST Clearance SALE.
WE expect to make a change in our business February 1st, 1902, and in order to get ready for this change wo will not soil any goods on
CREDIT to any one. Oasli must follow each purchase; so please do not ask us for credit, as wo will bo compelled to refuse. In
refusing to charge goods does not mean that we are afraid that you will not pay us, but we arc compelled to do this ill order to have our books
and stock in shape to make the change wo arc contemplating. So continue to come and sec us, as we will offer you goods cheaper than you
can possibly buy them elsewhere. Wo have the largest stock in the city, and we know that our PRICES cannot l>e beat.
500 Yards JEANS, worth 25 cents, at 19 cents per yard.
200 Yards " worth 33 cents, at 25 cents per yard.
300 Yards " worth 15 aud 20 cents, at 12i cents per yard
3,000 Yards CHECKS, worth 7 cents, at 5 cents per yard.
Bitr lot of Boys' Knee SUITS, worth 76 cents to $5.00, now 50 cts.
Big lot of Youths' Suits, cheaper than ever, See them.
Men's Suits, to close at any price. Men's suits, worth 8G to 87.50
now $4.99 and 85.99. Men's suits, 87.50 to 89 now 8G.99. Men's
suits, worth 89 to 812.50 now 87.49 to 89.99.
500 pairs Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes, worth 81,00 to
82.00 now 75 cents. 100 pairs Men's fine Shoes, worth 83 now 82.49.
Big; lot of Boots to close. Jeans Pants to sell for 29 cents and
49 cents, worth 50 cents and 75 cents. Big job in Gents' and Ladies'
Underwear to close. Big lot of Overcoats to close.
Our Stock too numerous to mention all. All we ask is to call and see us, and we will save you money. Don't buy shoddy when you
can got the best just as CJlieap. The Best is the Cheapest, and you know our goods wear and give satisfaction.
Davis, Roper & Co.
Satitfaction goes with every ono.
Buck's word is as good as a United
?State bond, and Buck's Guarantee
every stove, Range and Heater
bearing their trade mark. It must
be all right or your money is re
When You Buy, Buy THE BEST,
In the Case"
When wo selected our Fall
and winter Furniture stock,!
and not only one but all the
women in Laurons county
That's why you'vo heard so
much about our Fall and
winter stock. A style to
suit every fancy, at\d a price
to Pleaso Every Purse.
as it is cheaper in the long run.
Freight Paid on all Purchases of $10.00 and up.
FALL WINTER WEAR
Styles Lik8 Seasons Change!
The time has come when the light
Summer dress must give place to a
fabric of heavier weight.
WH* CL Uttel! % Co.
have opened this week from the leading importing
hoii8esinthe Northern markets full lines for Ladies
wear. The largest Stock of Black Goods ever shown
here. Fine Black French Henriettas come to the front
again, while Venetians and Serges are Struggling for
first place. Whipcord, Armure and the Pebble weave
will have a light in the race as the go-betweens from
the smooth twills and the still heavier and coarser
weaves. Here is seen a heavy closely woven cloth
very durable for rainy dtiy Skirts; it comes iasix dis
tinct shades. For waist patterns is shown in solid col
orings a fine Cotton Twill, showy but inexpensive. Also
an intermediate grade will make up stylish. The
choicest of all is a fine all-wool French Twill, this
comes in seven exquisite shades and will prove a
quick seller. Table Linen, Hosiery, Flannels and
Underwear?every department is well represented, but
space will only permit a passing notice. :
Correct Styles and LOWEST PRICES.
W. GL Wilson & Co.
Men Who Mean
What They Say
are rare. But people boliovo us
when we toll them that only the
host class of Merchandise is han
And onco having tried us they are
ours, The best of everything in
Dry Goods, Notions, *
Wraps, Underwear, Millinery,
Etc. And tho best of all is,
price is light* We guaranteo
isfaclion with ovory puroha
your money back. Try us.
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