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Itevises Views on 8nl>ject
WITNESSES A GAME.
in Sweeps Him Along Until
Accident Restores Mental
For o rs 1 uwVe had diolded con
v loaa and religious soruplos about
. ; i n i 111 y o: Christian people
. oul U) witness baseb.dl game
eve ? a game assumes tho propur
baseball bus attained In
? 'so pub io eye it Is clear to my mind
pli k ta its growth should be
seeing that Christians
are a sa l of the earth the question
Ij upon, the logical mind, If
10 not salt the baseball
vrhorowithal shall it bo baited?
S . 1 !i vc bad a mind often to salt It a
hvf r consoionco 8 \ko. \
W o ir College authorities claim
th t to ex reise oneself tborein is gooi
a d a musole and gristle
id tob I am free to admit, hat it is
toi ,i blood and boae, A decent
llstioufl lira good shady place would
? ? a'l that, und would bo less corrupt
, in that each participant
mi d have equal chance. These were
?i ms fastening themselves
,r. conscience for years, and of
[-had ever witnessed a match
11 N'o' long since my son
ome from WolVord with a big
1 ? iher glovo on ono hand. I looked at
a iv.id observed, "My son, this is a
|y heavy glove for summer-wear
but ? tho soason is aouo.vhat ad
! they will come In alright for
a\ Where is the other
i V" lie cxplaiued that that
b schall mit and was not In
il ? Sunday u?o. It came to me
ihttf my son had boon duped,
,i. ?d from Iiis fathor's
? floom spread over my hori
zon thlc or thin the glove I gazed at
lu gh to r bcdlmmed eyes. Next
tny graud-30n from the way of
11 s on developed that he
iad b en duped, He had been per
iod to go out and nit noes a few
Shoals, and a'though only
onty months old ho has caught the
and the spirit of tho game. He
- mi' In my front yard with ball and
through all and singular
d d appurtenances in any way
I i i to the ball player, his heirs
s forever, Now the interest
this young man,?blood of
my blood, bone of my bone?has led
dor the question and to
nqulre In my mind, if It wore
not |) iSjiblo that I had overdrawn on
tlty In creating this prejudice
n Institution sanctioned and
embraced by one so innocent and so
? o hearing that there was to be
R tho Woodruff and the
Vi . main Inn teams on the 18th day of
USt 101 1 and in the onohnndrp'lv.i.?
f tl sovereignty of
? -f Atneric \, being
Jap-Rueso war, I
i - particular time I would
0 ;? i up and see tho game out.
.ne misgivings I went as Into a
Soon S fter my arrival
game proper began
3 boy.< > ra oxcrc s'.ng tiein
> y to' thfl battle?get
u-clei supple 1 and their
he famous catcher
<> ! > [fountain Inn team got it in the
eye. So t:r:;iic was tho blow and S3
m mber and appurtenance
that it was tl ough1, for awhile he would j
not be fiblo to officiate. B it just at 30
mini's past three, standard time, and
ttV., say ninety nino and three quarter )
? i Fahronheit, he donned his wire
> ? and the battle began to wage, j
d behind tho bat p.Utiog ^
the tv?U into his gloved hand, as I had
? a i my grand-son do in my front
yard, bravely ohaUerigin; the pitcher 1
for faster b'llj and stronger balls, I
i luld all but recognize In him my
nd-son twenty years hence stand
ing bofore a wild throng of eight thou
i I enthusiastic admirers howling
tbom3elve hoarse In praise of his ath
!o.ic attainment?, only so feobly fore
shadowed in my front yard a few days
fn tho midst of tho aurora of bliss
I there and then throw down myoid
en ts and prejudices and counted
them ai tho mo.re vaporiegs of an over
;.V!>ct oon?p.'#?ne.!?. determining from
thenceforth to join Dr. Shaw and all
the liL-h tor.e.l College ofllcials In for
oi i hereafter exploiting this groat
in.''.tu (on as I h ? buljnirk, tho fortress
the ovoi asth g high-tower of all that's
i obi i od gl l?ua and worth while in
oivlllzati n, 'bit a! ts .and lacka-day!
Just as [had finished tho revision of
inj ort i a id before f had time to sign
and p ace upon it my private ?oa', that
same parsonage behind the bat whose
I Ity and alertness I had only
n min ne ago adorned with
ftleoi Imti ?t'oij, all of a sudden
p cd, swung out} petered?a terri
i t a'i.s ph ? sw pt the field. His
hand was torn, lacerated and
drenched In blood, I tore up my re
vised (i od t -ok ii ? .> old tooots and
hi?'' ni '? away feeling abun
ibat the sun, moon and
1 boep knocked out.
You're la Safoty,
1 r MADK. HIM-'SHAKK
? i ?' to ay word in praise ol Dr.
rig's Fmprovi d (.hill and Fever Ton
I hid chMls for one year co liiiu
, and t ied ell the. ohill tonics I
d gel and also <! jctvf's prtscrip
tiofiSi "i a l fal cd t<< cur.?. Part of
ot o buttU entirely cured me, and have
qot bad ohllls since. I iccommeud only
Kn ? T. J}\ HOW A HI).
Hold by The I'almotto Drug Co
1 lead the advertising columns of Tut;
; Plioja AN KNI) TO ?TAtU
\ ? i. voui v nil ofllmcs comos as a
ftsult of unbearable pain from over
?iaxed orgrns. Di/.z ness, back-'.cho,
I, vor complaint antl Oonatipa'lon.
Hut thanks to Dr. King's Now Lifo
PI 1 an end to it all? They are
gontlo, but thorough, Try ihem Only
fJu Mintecd by I,aureus Drug
< o a i 'almotto Drug Oo.
wuiy Vote Two leara Ag<>
For the general information* of ilio
public The auvkktiskk prints lue
vote of each proolnot cast two year.; rgb
in tho Primary < lcetlon
Laurens O. II Box. B48
Factory Hex, L&U"6D8. 103
Fadory Box, Clinton, OS
O'Oell'a Church, lt>
You?fij's S'.orc. ,c'i
Stewurt's Sto.e, .00
Cook's Store,. ?1
Broworton,. ... 80
Tumbling Sho.il-, 168
Mt. Pleasant ,.-I?
Cross Hill, .180
E N D OF BITTE It P10 II T.
"Two physicians bad a long and stub
born fight with an a1 cess on my right
luug" writes J. P. Hughes of DuPont,
Ga., "and gavo mo up. Everyb ?dy
thought my time had c one. A< a last
resort I triod Dr. Kind's New DiscOV
erv for Consumption, lha benefit I n -
ceivod was striking and 1 wits on my
feet in a few days. Now t'vo entirely
regained my health." It conquers all
coughs, colds and throat and lung (rou
bles. Guaranteed by Lauri ns Drug (Jo.
aud Palinotto Drug Co. Prloo 50 C intt
and $1.00. Trlai bottles fro- .
All kinds of fruit so in to ho plent'ful
and of good quality.
NOTHING ON THE m a It K ET
EQUAL TO IT.
This faot Is well known to drugg
everywhere, an<l nine out of ten will
give their customers this preparation
when the best Is asked for. Mr. Ohe
Witmer, a prominent druggist of Jop
lln, Mo.j in a circular to his ou itom'ers,
says: "There is nothing on tho market
in'the way of patent medioino which
equals Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy for bowol com
plaints: Wo sell and reoommond this
preparation. For sale by Laura ns DrUg
Co. and Dr. B. P. Posoy.
Candidates can got thci ? tickets
printed for the Primary at The Ad
VERTISRR Otllo .
SUICIDE PREVEN rED
Tho startling announce n< nt thai
preventive of suicide had been di e >v
erod will interest many. A run down
system or despondency invariably pre
cede suicide and something his Iren
found that will prevent that condition
which makes suicide likely. At I ho
first thought of seif destruction tike.
Electric Bitters, it being a great tonic
and nervine will strengthen the nerves
and build up the system. It's a great
Stomach, Liver and Ki Inoy regulator.
Only 50 cents. Satisfaction guaranteed
by The I.aurons Drug Co. and Palmatto
The Advertiser joboflloa can exe
cute all kinds of job work promptly
THE AM Ell i can people.
Tho National Disease la nerv iu ? p ???
tration. What is to ha the result of all
this hurry, worry and work, some
times ovor?sometimes under-eating,
always under sleeping, brain and brawn
in constant stato of agitation and un
rest?sleoplng bally, dreaming, tOSS?
Ing, waking? Dr. King has (levis id a
remedy if used aright. King's Iron
Ton'o Bitters steadies tho nervo?!
uilds up the was'e, gives new Btart.
Hold under guarantee by The Palm ;tto
Preparo your ground thoroughly for
crimson clover. Should bo sown in
A WARNING TO MOTHER i.
Too much oaro cannot be u-ed with
small children during the. hot weather
of the summor months to gu ird atralnst
bowel troubles. As a rule it is only ne
cessary to givo tho child a dose of cas -
tor oil to correct any disorder of the
bowels. Do not use any stibst" tute, but
give the old-fashioned oil, and soo
that it is fresh, as rancid oil nauseates
and has a tendency to gripe, [f this
does not check the bowels (five Cham
berlain's Colle, Cholera anil Diarrhoe*
Remedy and then a dose of oastor oil,
and the disease may be check? d In its
tnoipionov and a1'. uaogeravoided. Tho
castor oil and this remedy should l>?
procured at once and kept ready for in
stant. Vise as soon as the first indication
of uoy bowel trouble appears. This is
the most successlul treatment known
and may be rel.ed upon with Implicit
confidence even In cases ofoholera in
fantum. For sale by The I.aurons Drug
Co and Dr. B. P. Posey.
Death of Mr. Willis Washington.
This good citi/en passed awiy at h's
homo near Mt. Olive iu Waterloo
Township list Tuesday. Mr. Washing
ton was 78 years old an 1 bis life With
the exception of four years In the war
and two years In Texas, was spent in
the community iu which he died.
He wa9 laid to rest at Mt. Oiivo
Church Wednesday afternoon. Mis
widow, who was a MKs Boyd before
marriage, and five children-three suns
and two daughters survive.
Mr. J. I- Cilmes, Thomasville, Bald:
'A (tor lecovoring from a spoil of fever
toy syatem was rundown, and for three
months I did not work The liest bot?
To of Dr. Kind's Kidney aud Liver
Remedy sot mo to Koing. I used throo
bottles, and am now as StOllt as WltOil
young man." Seo Tho Palmetto Drug
Jo. about It., ^
Palrvlcw Stock Show, September '23rd.
Tut: Auvkhtihee has roceived an
invitation to attond the eighteenth
annual display of tho Purview Btook
?Uiow, Friday, Keptombor 2.1.
The dhow is open to tho public ireo
of Charge an?l as usual tho exhibits and
races are expected to bo first class in
overy rcupoct. Each exhibitor will be
Kiven a souvonlr this year and thoro
are a few cash prizes offered by indiv
uhIs. For programme and pri/.- list
write Jas. B. Wasson, Seer, tary Pair
view, S. O.
THE DEATH PEN'A LTY
A little thing sometimes results in
?loath. Thus a i.ecc scratch, insi 'o ii
cant cuts or puny bolls have paid tho
death penalty. It is wise to huvo Buck
Ion's Arnica Salvo over bandy, It's
tho best Salvo on earth and will pro
vent fatality, when bums, sores, ulcers
and piles threaten. :>nic 25 oents at
Laurens Drug C >. and Palmetto Drug
! HEARTS *|| j
I COURAGEOUS |
C.?\rVit, 1902. t>X Ii? eowowM-rrlll C-j.r.tfry |?
?' ' Is In u~~tlUQ rr.g?\ Tho VTr
flulj :ih are In no mood lo bear more
ll< One cnn peot'co eay whnt will
befall If lie dlBBOlVO IllOlhl"
Tliere was \v> II nigh a wall at this.
"Uli, UlOtir.ed .Mistress I3yrtl, "then
there will be no ball'/"
Jefferson smiled, but a spot of te?i?
pestuotin rod burned Aiilie's cheek ns
she flung up ix-r head. "If the govern*
or clapped nil savo ten of Virginia's
hurgi Bscs Into the prison yonder,'1 sho
said slowly, "the ten would give Iiis
lady the ball of wolcoino. Tboy are
"Sie!" cnlil Jefferson. "Ho is com
At tho Olid of tho broad reach which
spitted Duke of QloUCCBtor street mid
way, nearly opposite them, stood tho
palace, brick red. greened with creep
ers, lifting its tall lantern above gar
dens laid in the Italian fashion In
shapes of stars mid horseshoes. Now
it-; front sprang suddenly into action.
A grottl chariot, very splendid, witti
vice regal trappings of gilt ami leather,
whirled up at the steps, and two 11k
nros entered It. 'The vermilion liv
eried outriders broke into gallop, and
the to. ii! of >-i\ milk white horses
wound through the many acred
grounds Bown With silver grass and
studded with mulberry and entulpn
trunks, like nit. led, one logged dancers,
mid swepl at a sin it*t trot into Duke of
i excellency Lord Dunmore, red
and thick necked, with Captain I'oy,
Ills cold foal tired aid, beside him, l ode
to tho eapltol.
Tho, splendid chnriot, brought from
i undo.i p. iiwb tho Virginians, went at
Spoeil tllong :i way r.uddcill.V grown
ii-has.i The unwonted summons to
?!i" council c| ilUlbor l ad >?. nie abroad,
find v :'::? ? ' "? g. full to tho brim
With !? : '.,!???. r . f o> i llto valleys of
i.,,i,,,.,.. .,. it-ippuhnniioch and
tin* ilaiUOK. e iw at their town houses
wl their ,'. r.illiori for court season,
were > m 1 f ivth to \vnIt and to specu
lute Hi an t!:;? royal governor's wrath,
'the ro:t i a ; (lllltlg with coaches nnd
i' ill > : . i! . tin' nabobs nnd their
il - nnd with spurklsh young gen
II : > -\ dancing nngs. The
, old !U titod church, wherein of
a f'un It > .;' his excellency In Iiis pew
r the canopy, was bright with
In salin nnd lace, with benUB
showing si?:o:i calves and powdered
lid syith students in col' 'glate
ill lies of a sobriety by no means
ov< r fitting I holt- habits.
Sioul > Id Governor Uotolourt bad got
i ni y a ei? er in the old days as he rode
by i-i ! ;s lino chariot, lie was popular,
ami departed this lifo In tho odor of
liking, lo receive a statin? on William
mid Mary common. Hut for Iho new
governor. John Murray, earl of Dun*
in ire, ti ro had como to bo many a
wry I ok, Ho had learned Toryism
under Lord Bute, as had the king, and
nature Int i made him a Scotch barba
i'lan lo begin wllh. Diplomacy lo him
inen I) I the heavy hand, and charity was
as for off Ii ) religion.
He lode along this afternoon SCOWb
big, abrupt and Imperious, as usual,
nnd now with an extra set to hi; heavy
lantern jaw thai boded no good,
nenmlng adoration was In the low
courtesy Unit Mistress llyi'd swept him
"Gossiping of the hail tomorrow, I'll
ns he was whirled past witii unseeing
eyes, and at the sight Anne's mouth
took on little lines of impatience.
"I shall drive to tin* queen," she said,
Springing into the seat. "The capilol,
Kashleigh!'' she cried to the coachman,
and waved goodby to the group.
"Anne grows a worse Whig every
day!" pouted MIstl'CSB Byi'd in a pet.
"La, I think the governor Is monstrous
tine. I am going to wear my COlcstlnl
blue satin tomorrow night nnd a white
Many a gallant bowed low from the
pave ns the beauty of Wllllnmsburg
'"?llfo!" protested young Brooke to
Francis Byi'd ns ho petted Ids laeo
'iionth the leaden bust of sir Walter at
the Rnlolgh's ontrnnco. ".She would
(lazv.le SI. .lames. I?V011 the Dtl Marry
was a stick lo her! By tho Lord, they
should send her to London!" He prided
himself upon bis foreign travel.
Byrd flushed angrily. II was not to
his pleasure to hear her name coupled
with such. Nor did it sit well upon the
tongue of this dlftslpnted fop. Ho chok
ed the word that rose to his lips, how
ever, nnd turned a way, looking longing
ly after tho r il l I hat rode by.
The chariot bearing AilllO wheeled
near the debtors' prison, abreast of the
new cnpltol, whose wide wings spread
out like u great letter FI. Scarcely hud
It pulled up when the west door open
ed harshly and poured forth again the
They came out under tho sparse
trees, through which gleamed the sky
Steely blue nfl sword blades, quietly
find III orderly groups, but with brows
knit, fingers climbed and smoldering
ailgCr in their faces.
in tin- groups one might have Been
many conditions, 'l iiere was- a sprin
kling of homespun and buckskin, men
from tho stiadow of the Mine IlldgO und
from tho great district of West Au
gusta stretching far to the Mississippi,
und \vrth these rfcu planters from the
tidewater und bny counties und tho big
rivers, clad In foreign fabrics, with am
ple wigs, swords und cocked huts or tho
coulcul bend covering then coming to
vogue in England, But sevo a fow on
whose fuceB sat a smirk of Tory smug
ness nil wore the same deudly look of
unger and concern.
Anne leaned forward] und watched
tho crowd with tiny cores of Ore in her
eyes. Broken bits or conversation wero
wafted to her.
"I hud looked to sei? better things of
Dunniore, but 'tis nil of a piece. We,
burgesses of Virginia! Wagged at like
so many school children, I' faith, and
sent home with a flea in tho ear! 'Tis
'Bettor things of Dunmorcl' A
plague on him! Cry 'God Bavo the klngl'
and give Satan tho colony!"
Such Bulien growllngs betokening
storm and then smug ones pnsslug,
with snuff taking and derisive shrugs
"Henry is mad. You heard what ho
sold at Colonel Samuol Overtoil's the
other day. 'Independence!' 'Our Decla
ration!' 'Aid from Louis tho Sixteenth!'
lie is us mad as u March hare! Treason
forsooth? 'Tis a matter for a leech! As
if we had discipline, ships of war or
money. I tell you, bo will embroil us
all with such clatter. The governor
would bo perfectly Justified! In"? So
they passed on.
A smile, qul'/zlenl, disapproving, but
wondrous kind, wreathed tho corners
of the watcher'8 mouth as a tall, splen
did old man with aquiline nose and
sharp, gray eyes came down the street
leaning on the arm of a negro body
servant. Threescore years and ten bo
had passed one saw thai by the lines
in his face?and his frame was big and
wide. He was gaunt, I'awboued and
sour faced, and plainly though richly
dressed, wearing n large Jewel.
The girl's eyes rested smilingly on
the cocked hat, the grizzled wig, the
antique coat, with its square cut lapels
und shoulders rounded ?fter ?! fashion
of twenty years before, a.id then soft
ly and lovingly on tho rugged, master
ful face, every whit patrician
All her life she had loved this man
tho old baron of Greonwiiy Court. He
bud carried her at her christening. As
she saw him now, coming slowly, but
erect, bowing to salutations by the wti.v,
she thought again on what he I
have looked in bis youth bef ire the
French war, when ho bud strayed from
a London world of fashion, with a
heart sore by reason of a Jilting, they
said, to bury himself In the shadows
of the Blue Uidgo. He hud dreamed
of building himself a great manor house
with 10,000 acres, calling it Greenwuy
Court, and there living solitary. Jbit
a rough hunting lodge on a spur of the
mountain near Winchester was all that
ever came of it.
The girl watched him as he approach
ed, stopping now and again for a word.
Lach pause made him look more bot
and angry, und, seeing, she rdiook her
bond as if she < bid some naughty child.
As be neared bur, speaking \.i:'.i one
of the more richly dressed burgesses,
his bottled wrath burst out In a Hood,
lie raised his thorn Blick and shook It
at the building, choking with rage.
".Meet at the Haleie.h. gUllzooks!" he
shouted. "Whoso pelting i< this? Pat
rick Henry's. niuhV I thought as much!
A door stalker:" ho cried, tattooing with
his cane. "A good for naught bartend
er! Why, he used to bring mo my ale
when I passed Hanover Court House. A
coarse, danclug. fiddling, wench chuck
ing vagabond, I tell you! Iiis father,
the Justice, Is n good, sober country
gentleman, but little the son takes aft
er him. Come day, go (lay, Ood send
Sunday I Ho must marry the tavern
"My lord!'' Anne's voice rose sweet
"And now because he mouths treason
as bold as brass and because ho wins
n dirty damage case against some tup'
penny parsons he sits in the burgesses
and riiles with gentlemen!"
"Lord Fairfax!" SllO was standing
upright in the conch.
"Virginia Is In a pretty ease to take
up any leather breeched Tom, Dick of
Harry, wagging his Jew."
"About the king's bUSluesst"
"I wait for you to ride with me."
The old man half turned, choked,
shook his cane again in the air; then,
seeing the girl, made her as slow and
courtly a bow as if be were in an as
sembly. Then he climbed Into the char
iot and sat down.
"Co and wait at the tavern, Joe,"
Anne said to Ids servant.
The baron took Anne's slender, cool
band In bis huge, bony, trembling one,
and they rode silently.
After awhile the fury had burned It
self out in that worn frame. "'Tis
naught I care for the rest of (hem. my
dear," he said, "but my boy Washing
ton is with their Infernal treasons, and
the Whigs will ruin him!"
MAY DAY FESTIVALS.
They Wer?? Celebrated In Hie '11.lie of
the Ancient lion,nun.
For ages May day has been a time of
general rejoicing, .Ml over Christen
dom its advent is hailed with delight.
The birds, (he bees ami (he llowei's
Join us In an annual celebration of the
day. Nature has at last thrown off (he
snow quill with which she bps braved
the ravages of winter and glows re
splendent in buds and blossouiH. The
streams have broken (heir icy fetters
and burst forth into Joyous accompani
ments to myriads of bird chorlstors.
And humanity, overpowered by tho
Same glad spirit, seeks the woods and
the fields to revel in the wealth of ver
dure so lavishly spread out.
Among the ItomnUS this feeling lound
vent in their Floralia. or fioi'Ofl games,
wbich began on (he 28th of April and
lasted several days. We read that
"nations taking more or less their ori
gin from Home have settled upon the
1st of May as the special time for
fetes of the same kind. With ancients
and moderns alike It was an llisllnctlvo
rush into tin; Heids to revel in the bloom
Which was newly presented on the
meadows and the trees."
The barbarous Celtic populations held
a heathen festival mi this day, but wo
arc in ' told that It was In any way
connected with flowers. It was culled
[loltoltl and was celebrated by kindling
tires on the hilltops at night, Within
tho remembrance of many the peasant
ry of Ireland, the Isle of Man and of
the Scottish highlands also held simi
lar ceii'bratlon?. Table Talk.
Tho Yellow Dor.
"I'm happy," said tho yellow doff.
"I live upon tho ntroot.
Tho eold earth Is my nlceplng plnoo,
A barren bono to eat.
A brickbat sometimes comes my wny,
And yet my lifo Is aweot.
"I'm happy, for I'm sure my lot
Mlffht bo n great deal worse.
I might bo owned hy BOmo ono with
A fat and hulking purse,
Who'd feed mn ohopa and rib tsienks till
My lifo would bo u curse,
"DellevQ mo now, I wouldn't be
A rieb dop: if I COUld,
For any trouble you can stand
If your digestion's good."
Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Dry
Goods and Trunks
just arrived in your town, open for inspec=
tion, in the building: of L. A. McCord. These
goods are Just from the market. No
old stock==everything brand new, and the
price that will down all competitors. We
have come to your town to do business and
if good goods and low prices are any induce=
ment to you, you will aim straight for us.
Your dollar is as good as your neighbor's.
When in town come to see us. Look through
our stock, it don't cost you a cent. We want
to show you the money you can save by trad=
ing with us.
The Dixie Clothing
and Shoe Store.
A DOLLAR SAVED IS A DOLLAR MADE."
Look Over These Prices and Compare Them with Others.
All we want is for the
ladies of Laurens to come
in and see what we are
showing the prettiest
to be had. You will find
it here. Prices to down
all competitors, which we
These goods are right from
the mills--no old stock.
Why buy old stock when
you can get new goods
here and cheaper?
The Dixie Sells it for
Simpson Calicoes, yd.4c
Simpson Prints, yd .4c
5 cents kind, per yd 3c
8 cents kind, per yd 41-2c
10 cents kind, per yd 5 l-2c
5 cents kind, per yd .4c
7 cents kind, per yd .5c
10 cents kind, per yd ..6c
D cents kind, per yd
7 cents kind, per yd .
10 cents kind, per yd 61 =
5 cents kind, per yd 3 1=
(> cents kind, per yd 4 T
10 cents kind, per yd
This is our strongest
department. This is
where your dollar stretch
es like rubber. Our men's
and boys' Clothing is the
prettiest to be had and is
bought by a man who has
been in the business 20
We guarantee you that
we will sell you Clothing
or anything in our store
cheaper than you can buy
it elsewhere. W<; want
your business. And if you
care to save money don't
fail to visit us.
September 3rd is the Opening Day
We will open on Saturday, September 3rd, to the public one of the
cleanest, best and cheapest stores in town. Come in and see
what we are showing. We don't care whether you buy
or not ? you are welcome. /VLikc Ulis store your
headquarters. Remember,, New Store, New
Goods, and the price the cheapest in town.
Come one, come all. Yoti are welcome.
The Dixie Clothing and Shoe Store
L. A. McCord's Building.
The Dixie Sells it for Less.