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SAME GOODS MDigA AOL NAow MORE GOODS
LESS MNEYwfor AnteBig SAMEMO"E
Of Special Bargains all this Week at Red Iron Racket Stores
No. 1 Store Red Iron Racket Old Stand. No. 2 Store, On the Square, 0. B. Simmons' Old Stand
New Goods coming in daily for this sale. Don't stop until you get to the Red Iron Racket
WE HAVE GREATER VALUES FOR THIS SEASON THAN EVER BEFORE
Just Received about 500 Boys' Suits in all the latest patterns. Spring Sale prices $2, $2.48, $2.98, $3.50, $4, $4.98, $5.98
NUFF SAID., BRING THE BOYS AND LET US FIT THEM UP FOR LESS MONEY
111'N'S 1I0'T WVICATIIIIls SUIT LAC C RAIN
INShTWE'I[ RSI ACE, ClItlA INS $1.00 ALARMI CLOCK SEE BARGAINS IN ,PIIE, BASE- (CURTAIN GOODS
SAL E. .39 to $1.98 'or .68 MEN'T-TIN, GLASS, CROCJS
Priecs $4.98, $5.98, $6.98 .E RYIdJOS. ETC. 36,, por .06
0 13;EN'S'0 $3.00 L.\g FAMIY BIBLE MEN'S WSIITT AND AM BLECIIING,
S :3 plugs S. & 0. and RBED JAY .25 '88 13ACI OXFORDS .05, .07, 081-2 and 1
$5.00, $6.98, $8.50, $9.50, $9.98. .$1 1 1 2 25
$10.50, $12.50 and $15.00 $3,50 GIi'I$0 1 $.00 $2.50 TGAC
$' 1)ES' 1$S $2.48 B D TI0 KN
$2.4 .10) ,1.10 1
MEN'S PA NTS SA T.A N .05 and .10 AM S' WHITE OXFORDS
.98, $1.25, $1.98, $2.98, $3.50, $4.50 S S1, l .98, $1.25, $1.50 $2.00
$4.98 1 A- NS
.03, .05 and .10 JiAJ)I ES' WhILTE hOSE O O
11;'Sl't;1 l:1S.I:A ISL:ANI) .;.1,a.I25TOWELIS Bs o 1
3uEN'S STiAW .ATS.06-.071 .05, .10, .15 and .25
48, .75, .98. $1$25, $1.50 tC $398 SIS HATSN
fo a $5.00 'l'ala. .25 Fnd .48 or .68 LA INES, WASH SKiS SHEETSBo
$..07 12 ' . A $1.00, $1.00 a d u . .50 a0 2d .75
ina all lh(laLtest s I .25 anid .45 NAL \ 1)1 ES' 1 1 1ST 'S BEIII SLS1AS W IASI2
.50 N75, .9 an $1.25'" 'I .98 to $2.25 I 6sol ettra 2
.48. .98. $1.25. $1,5G $1.98. $2.98 ---- \lttCtl1 St'aiis. for .10 ,. , 50,..... .7,.8an-12
anti $3.48 8I*N II.\''8 --.--.--... .- 1A)I1,s' S1,IIl'I';:8 TACI
Simteial at .10, ,15 anti .25 ('.1 '.8l'(O (liii II' PIei Yo'S \Vlo\tlIh Sin1'g .98, $1.25, $1.50, $1.98. $2.5
Al t Iold pries 11M.05.6 .071-2 .50, .75, .98 and $1.25 aad $3.50
.25. .39. .48 $1.45 8 -, , , a d .1 1. .
.25 IJ..\'K I~Bl'LHN'I'
)'RO (t(' l I .15 ..10, 48 and .19
MEN'S j1 .25i O\1'E\i.11L8. . Il~at ntO 1 Eixt ia Sp1('t'ial -2.thil) 1~rlSl
1hur ld j~i'c .98 ,.tl, 'lll V'.\I,1l !)EESS (Ul)A.i 111,-jt
thtr Ove'ra I AS and I.75 .05. .06. .07 ] -2. .10. .15 t .48 ('Oi E'I.S05, .0 .5l I N I Nil01" Can .25
. ,7 . . . , 1t$ .O 'Ste I.. ttlt ( t 12.5 ( t t I' .98 .98 u to $3.39
fo a(i l $5.001 Pa(-na .25h an .48-C A ' ' illc ' H t 4
111r I~ 3n I ti ..N '. -'. 0 5 1 (I( 'sLt T .4 8 A TuO S S ill . . .. . .. . . I 1a. ' toTN
inJK all then latest styles. .25 nd .45. 5
48. .98. $1.25. $1.5l0R'I'S1)O)8$)N.981, \$2.98ON
l.r l(zS il o 9 M E N 'S l)R E;SS S H R1.1W,!I .1 HV itt' ILaw n .. . .,t,5 t 2 0v Shir t for .39 0 h tII f r .3
.5.10 . ur 1trice 98r .39, .50, .75, .98 0c Shirt for .45
(.t \ 'i' '25 to .60 \'),W.\)bi,
WINIDOW' 8l.\I .10, .12 1-2, .15. andI .25 I2 39,.8,.n at $2.92
.25 t) .45 Y. I IIEL INspetcial Sale 1Prer, .75 cachi''.9 3, 4,.5 9
- Ski:N ts and I >Y''s Suits .10 1EN'S 81ES G('1u'
L I '. \ I ) 4 ' N5 , h0 C A.\ 1'l)E A 2 5 e .:\ S 0;1 R U G
.. .-- $1.68, $20 $2750, $2.98 $3.50 $4.00 .ig 0.t 1"t goatis 10 for .18.15 .9 .48
S~unegnalsfor hss coS, ;ei sl
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1 1ca1 tINuci .01U Be t for .79, IIIS ~1 I \(,fl . lt. l )R I A( Ii:1 C LAWN. . ~T IL ''
SPat .a.riv. for is sale $3.50 1$Si Mad5ras at .121.2
a t 05, 07 12 an l .1 .a.0n
Just received 3,500 yards Hundreds of other goods too numerous to mention. Come in and let us show
Embroidery -=ityou through.
121,2 to 20cts a yard
Spccial this week
10 cents. I Oae
Big lot of Wool Dress
Goods 25c, 39c,50c, THE STORES THAT BARGAINS BUILT.
Don't fail to -se-e orJ I -jxj-&JVrY3 oe erhih
De noJ. C. BU~R NS & COMPANY
Dry Goods AlaSBusy.
great stockBof Sa Cs
Dry~~~~~ Packs Bewat Sodaer s R
CALI'. 1. 31. ('.AltY 'OlMI:N'I's parties. When the onvention open- two muen."
ON STT'lE' CONVENTION ed, however and the time ('ame for Scening Ililsiotn of Strength.
the delega tes to be chosen, Fired "As it looks to me," .1ir Cary went
'i.s Cooper Stioisld Have lieen Named )onianiek rose and noriiatedi J. N. on, "the delegates Were diviled a
is I Ileletatie to St. Louis. Pearman of Anderson and .1. I1. Der- follows: There were :138 delegates,
(Anderson I)aily .\Mail.) riek of Newberry as delegates, both one hundred and seventy-,five were
In speaking of the state conven- itlease lien. In response to this, ''o Mannlig sulpp)orters. As well as I
lion at. Columbia, Capt. h'. M. Cary aliti- ilease "t1l1 nominated 0. A. could tell, front the greatest show of
gave an interesting iiterview to a Neuffer o' Abibeville, and E. P. Me- strength, 75 were Ilease mnen. The
relrese'itative of 'f'lie I)y Mail this 1 Cravy of Pickenas, and when the vote reiainder were for Cooper. Cooper's
morning. lie fold ol' iany little wds taken Neiiffer and McCravy were friends were entirely with the Man
things that were dine before andl af- elected. In retuirn, the anti- flease men ping element anld it seems to me that
ter the conveition and gave somne few siggested that the other nominees be Mr. Cooper, modest geitleman and
sidelights on the coiveition at. large. a ppointed their alternates which ae- splendid son of Soulth Carolina shou1(1
"On the way to to Coluiibia," salid lion was taken, have been named as delegate at large
Capt. Cary, "it. was suggested that as "Dr, W. A. Triup was elected vice to the St. Loils convention at least,
delega tes to the "ational eon 'eniloit resiiei l. of the district, which even- "A resolution was lassedI making
at St. Iol1i s, thiat (lie thirdi con gres- ed 1t tlie score." the number of (lelegates at lairge
sional (ust e. ('lioose on1e Blease "Oit Tn esdiay night," continued froi the state eight insteadi of four
alid one .\i riiiig delegate. 'T'lie ('at. Cary "juist before. tlie conven- aind givilng each delegate one-half a
seven counties of couarse ha< ) dlei('- tion, the Illeast' anid Manning factions vote. The state is atllowed fotir dele
gates, t.wenty-i'e of wlich f'av o (i each li11i< lheir' catuets. No Cooter gates at ini'ge witti votes. Of thie
Tlease, an d t weiy-sen Weir' Ani- <'acus w'as lid leitt the friends of eight inen elected, only two were iip
Blease. .Ihiis bel ug he case anid th. 'opei' suggestedI the nominees of the per-Sou th Carolina men, these being
d vision very close, it 1.M s1 \lg -taii ni ng clenient Iid iipported lheir Cl inkscales and I vans of Spartan
ei that it a dclegal< I'roin eacl faction flans aid v'oted in accordance with burg.
hosei as the dielega tes from this; them. "Cooper's friends are strong. They
!;lic( to the Nallonal convention. ! Iaeh canlics slated their list of arei ardent supiporters of their 'andl
.1 nienttoned this mi atter to Iwo of tenpi'ora'y and pernanent convention date and his boons is growing in
the Anderson delegates on the way i offieers, aiidl their idelegates from the strength all over the state. Ills pros
to Columbia, and it was well recetv- Istate at large. Being no caicus for petes seem to grow brighter from
ed by one, the other gentleman lie- Cooper, tie Cooper constituents did everywhere every day,"
ug non-conirilital. The matter was not nominate anyone for any ofilce or
'then dropped, but. after reaching Co any delegates whatever. As the Coop
rinmbia Manning factions w'e s0 TEN MINUTES SPENT READING THE
Spoken taked it around and seeming- closely associated, there was no showA MAY MEAN TEN DOLLARS SAVED.
Scen from "The Battl Cry ofgh Pea bo". MA beA Thow atLAR th peaHus riaSauda n
plan was all rIght to both o division of strength between the Monday, May 26th, 27th and 29th.