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Some of our contemporaries advise
fatmere what to do with their cotton
and yet the course of cotton is a subject
upon which every newspaver is an ig
noramus. However, it is a good plan
to hold your cotton until you aro ready
to soll it -Oreenville News.
It is a very dangerous thing to adviso
what to do with cotton, becauso it does
not, seem that the supply has much to
do with the prico. One year with an
other a good rule is to soll as fast as
you can get it ready for market. But
it is a matter every farmer must, settle
for himself. The newspapers do not
know any more about it than any one
else. The Herald and News has
learned for many years not. to aid vise on
Mr. Jno. T. MeKittrick, we under
stand, has decided not to sell another
balo of cotton for less than 7 eents.
And he wants to know how many of his
brother farmers in the South will join
him in this determination. There is
no doubt if all the cotton growers of
the South would do the same thing it.
would not be thirty days before 7 cents
a pound would be paid for cotton. And
it would only be a question of time, and
a very short time, before cotton would
be worth 7 cents and there would be
demand for !t. If we had it in our
power we would issue an order today
that not another pound of cctton be
sild for less thanI 7 cents, and if it were
obeyed the price would very soon go to
7 cents. And if none were sold for less
when there became i suriplu" tihe pro
duction would be decreased and the
farmers would plant something c,e.
There is no money to be made in this
C.ultry raising cotton for less, espec
ially when the money to produe the
crop has to be borrowed or the supplies
bought on ai lien. The trouble is the
farmers will not unite and at present
are in no condition to do so. if they
were inclined. If, however, the ei >p
wais not spent before it was made t iy
would be nrsters of the sittuation.
The "olumbia llegister takes a little
inter, iew published in the Atlainta
ConsLitkitionl as a text on which to
write a long art,ielo on the railroad
facilities of Columbiia. 'The editor of
The Herald and News always has been
and is now a friend of Columbia and
wants to see the town grow but when
some of us in the iip-country tried to
get the railroads to give us aiother
daily in this part of t lie State on either
of the roads, not a word of encourage
ment could we get from any cf the
papers printed in Collulibia. We now
haivo two )tsseni1,er trains from I olum
bia daily but both of them leave there
at the same tipne and a'i'Ive her prae
tieally at the sate timv. Anl reltun
ing, the samne is true. To go to ('olumln
bia on a passenger traiin you have to
spend 24 hours practieally and then
have no time for business. True, you
can leave here in the morn inzg anad go
to Columbia anmd spend the day and re
turn at night, but as much t imte is lost
from business as to go to A tlanta.
Then to go to C'olumnbia you cannot
get what you want whe, you go there.
The truth is we arec delighted with
the through sleeper arrangemnt to
Atlanta and the presenit schedule, and
we most sincerely hope it maty lie coat
tinucd. Anid we say t his wVith as mtuch
lov'e for the Capital of South (Caroli na
ais any man in the State.
What we wianlt is another train fr-om
and to Columbia at, some1 tother t.ime
during the daiy. A night tran would
bo a first-class idea. 'iat schedule that,
it was stated was to be liut on by the
Southern to runi throngh from G reen
ville to Charleston. We doubt, if VTo
Register ever heard of this train. The
Greenville Mountaineer or Th'le G reen
ville News can ('nlighiten The Iliegister
01n this point.
No, the Editor of The lIterald and
News is a friend to Couhiiai and would
lbe glad to give what little bausiness we
have to her if we could get, what we
wanted and necededi there. At the same
t,ime we are delightted it.hal the A tlanuta
schedule via C., N. & L., aind S. A. L.,
aind hope it maiiy conitinue.
A few weeks ago the editor was taikent
with a very severe cold that caused
him to he in a most milserable conidi
tion. It wats undoubi ted(ly a baud case
of Ia grippe and re-cogn izig It ats dain
gerous ho took inutnediate sters to biring
about a speedy cure. Fromt the atdver
tisement of Chamube-rilai's (Ciught
Remedy and the maniy good recomi
imandatlons included aterein, we cont
eluded to make a lh st trial of the medi
eine. TIo say that It wem satisfactory
In its results, Is puttinhg it ver-y mnildly,
indeed. ft acted like maic aind( the
result was a sp)eedy andl permanent
eure. WVe have nmo hesitainey In recent
mending this excellenit Cough Rtemedy
to any one afficted with a cotgh or
cold in any form-Tihe Banner oif Lib
erty, Libertowna, Marylantd. VTe 2J5
and 60 cent sizes for sale by WV. E. Pel.
- Wianteud, Agenits.
"Th'le Confederate Sold icr in the
Civil WVar,"' just, published, contains
500 pages 12 x 10i inches, aind over 1,100
large Battle Scenes, P-ortrailts, Mahps,
etc. The greatest and largest Wat
Book ever published, and the onily one0
that, does j ustico to the Contfedlorato
soldier aund the cause he fought for.
Complete in one volume. A gents
wanted ever'ywhere to sell this book on
our new and eausy plan. Many of the
laly and gentleman agents who are at
work are muaking frein $100 to $200 per
month. Veterans, Sons and Daughters
of Veterans, and others interested are
requested to send for a beuaupiful illus
trated desci-iptive -icilar (frece) anid
terms to agents. Address, Courier
Journal Job Printing Co., Louisville,
Bachrman Chapel and Union Academy Ch!pj
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Taylor's little
babe has improved considerably.
Mrs. W. M. Bobb is quite ill at this
Another sensation of rape has oe
curred in the Jolly Street section. We
haven't as yet learned the part.ioulars.
Mr. Editor, we would like very much
to go the Fair, but you know hoV it is.
We are not as blue as you think; what
we said is true.
The cotton crop is about all gath
ered. I never know the farmers to be
as near done picking this early in the
fall in my life. Hut you know a short
horse is easy curried.
In the beginning of our letter last
week as wo addressed the people we
somewhat put the cart before the
horse, by saying gentlemen an( ladies.
Now, Mr. Editor, you kriow that it Is
right and proper that we should al
ways put the ladies in front. If there
is anybody on earth that I have due re
sl)ect for it is the ladies, for if it were
not for the ladies God only knows what
would become of us poor wretched
men. It is not altogether from igno
rance that such little mistakes occur,
Mr. Editor, and we always look to you
for correction, as we hardly ever have
tiuic to read over our articles after we
Day after (lay and week after weok
we read literature of various kinds,
after which we think my, oh! the time,
study, thought and pai,eico it takes to
write up all of this. Whenever a per
son becomes an editor or a newspaper
reporter, just that soon they set them
selves up before the public as a target
to be shot at. Yes, poor nowlpaper
men have a hard road to travel, and
(on't YOU forgOt it. Some )Co)le are
continually complimenting them while
others arec all the time criticizing wl'Xt
they Pny. Newspaper reporterb are a
very responsible set of people. They
should always be very careful in what
they say and how they say it. And
the people should thank them, not so
much for what they publish, but thank
them a -reat deal more for what they
dol-*u publish. They should have a
suflielont amornt of ambition to
strengthen their cnrage and speak
whatever they conceevo to be right, let
the outside world fro%i n upon them as
much as they please. Hiu a large por
cent. of the writers now-a-days write
more with the intention of pleasing a
certain class of people. The art of
pleasing has become a very popular
idea among the people, and it is a very
necessary one to possess, but a very
dificult one to acquire. It can hardly
be reduced to rules, and your own good
sense and observation will teach you
more of it than I can. Always do ats
you would be done by is the surest
method that I know of pleasing. Ob
serve carefully what pleases you in
others, and probably the same things
in you will please others. If you are
plwam?d with the complaisance andIL at
tention of others, to you, depend upon
it, the same copllplaisanlce and litten
tion on your part will equally please
them. "I1ew to the line and let t,he
chins fall where they p)leaso"' is an old
nmaxim. \X e have been rubbing up
thoughts for the Public for the past
tweclve years, and( we have always tried
to make this a rule. Uunt Dri. 1". says
the only3 objections he hais to Chips is
they are too small. Now, Doctor, we
know that our chips are small and they
may seenm as nothing but saw-dlust in
your estimation, but this ie one of our
inisfortu nes, arid whlile you are a spir
itual leader in youri chur IebI, we would
kindly ask you not to fall from your
pirofesslin. Itemembe)r that the W~or.d
of God teaches us not to despise small
T1hec council of Unhchiman Chap)el has
ext.endedl a call to llev. C. P. Bloozer
to serve them agalin for the next syn
odieal yearii. lie has rnot yet accepted.
Ileov. IHoozer made manny friends in our
section while lie wvas with us. Ihis scer
mons11 lire always souind, plain, practi
cal and full of interest.
Look here, Kay, 1 see that, you use
t,he samoi prerogative that's always
allowed to every newspaper. man-pub
lish just such news as you want, the
peoplle to know and let the rest go.
Why didnlr't you tell us about runninig
your wheel over' that colored woman in
town? We aire proud to learni that
t.her~e was nio serious (damage done.
Hut possibly this exp)lains the arrest
that was niade a few weeks ago at Pros
p)erit-y. Now, 01(1 friend, you say that
you have b)een tryinig to wvork mc upl a
freec ride for seome time, but have failed.
We appreciate your ottorts, old Hud,
and would like very much to enjoy a
freo rildo, but for gr'acious sake keep us
out the hands of the sheriiff, especially
while times ar'e so hard. We thank
Editor' Wlt,herspoon for' mailing us a
cop)y of the Advertiser. Always send
urs a copy, hr'other', when you tud that
my old friend in skipping the news.
There is a dliscase existing in the
land of Newborry which we will make
known lateir. The suirest pllanl to cure
a disease is to r'emovo the causo.
Next year is campr~aign year. We
are priouid to know we have sevoral
matter's laid away for' future refer'
October 13, 1897.
Th'lose who believe chronic diarrhoea
to be incurable should read what Mr.
P. E. Grishiam, of Gaars Mills, Laa., has
to say on the subijeot, viz.: "I have been
a suf1'erer fromt dctoie diarrhoea over
slie the war and have triedi all kinds
of medicines for It. At last I found a
remedy that effected a cure and that
' as (Chamberlain,'s Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy." This medicine
can always be depended upon for colic,
cholera morbust, dysentery anid dlar
rhoea. It is pleasant, to take and never
fails to effect a eure. 26 and 60 cent
sizes for sale by W. 1s Paihamri oim
We have had good rains this week
and dust is again a thing of the past.
Turnips are growing nicely now.
A good many of our people go to
Newberry to do t.hoir trading, and they
say they get botter bargains.
Good rains now and out sov I ig will
comm11ence soon. Hope there will be a
full crop of grain put In.
Our foRve folks are Inproving and
WO Iear of no now Cases at peSCnt.
ar. Hanon Kibler has a new boarder
at his lhouse1, aid its a little voter.
M r. Frank Feagle and sisters, tss/
Mattie and lay, of Mt. rabor section,
have been on a visit to Misses AlIia and
Mr. Ira Nates left last week for New
Master Olen Scase, son )f Mr. James
Seaso, Is confined to his room in a had
condition with spinal trouble. Hope
he may soon be restored to heialth
Yes, Friond Chips, we know that
other fellow has caught the coon and
gone on, but we feel encouraged to
know that there are other eoois in the
field yet to be caught. Vatch and
wait. We aVe not coni)1lnilg.
We spent Monday night in Colum
bia. We wet 0 the guest of Rev. M. M.
Kinard's family. Our business in the
city was to visit our brother Willie,
who had been confined to his room for
soveral days with a continued fever.
Glad to stato ho is improving and hopes
to be out again soon.
Prof. R. C. Counts has been elected
principal of Bethany school, in Saluda
County, and we learn lie will likely ac
copt of the school. Should Prof. ('otants
acoept and take charge of the school it,
will fall in good hand-, and we wish hin
Our school will open about the first
Friend ChiIp is right in whati h1 had
to say concerning the low prieu of cot
ton and that the farmers will have to
raiso more of their supplies at home in
order to become more independent on
5 and 6 cent. cotton. The farmers all
seemed to think cotton would bring at
least 8 cents this fall, but now they nre
selling It at from 5 to 6 cents and glad
to get that. My op1inion is that when
the farmers plant less cotton and raise
as near as possible all their supplies at.
home they will realize a good price for
their cotton, and not until then.
Tle mission of Ifood's Sarsaparilla is
to cure disease, and thousatids of test i.
ionials Prove it fulfills its mission well.
Heody River Amoclatim.
Tho umion meeting of lie Reedy
River Association will be hioll in thie
First Baptist church of Newberry on
Friday before the fifth Sunday in Octo
bor, at II o'clock a. im.
Friday at It a. mn.-Rev. J. E. .ohm
Friday at 7.30 p). mn.-Rev. l. XV.
Saturday at 11 a. m.--Rev. it. It.
Sunday at 11 a mn.-- l)r. TI. M . Hai
Sunday at 7.30 p. in.-- -Rev. V. I..
SUnIJECThS F'OIt IISCUSSioN.
1. Earnoest and continued activityv es
sential to Chiristian develoinnent I d L
church propriety --Opened by Eugene
Longshore, fo'llowed b)y J. WV. Blanitoni.
2. Have the churches of the present
day departed fromi tihe p)rinciles and
p)ract.lees of the Apostolicechuree?
If so in what r'espoet?-Oened by It.
F. Corley, followed hy J1. D). Maihon.
3. Tbch dluty of the churches to meet
every Lord's Daiy for worshiup--Openecd
by J. S. D)ominiek, followed by M\. WV.
4. Evidences of Chistianm character
-Opened by Geo. Riser, followed by J.
5. Whyi3 State Mlissions should re
ceive a liberal support'.- Opened by~
D)r. James McIntosh, followed by J. WV.
The public is cordlially invited to at
tend all of these services.
The Carolina Manufactur'
ing CJompanly is p)repared t
gin your cotton at 20cts. per~
hiundred. \Ve in vite comi
parison (of samrpi le ad seed.
HLighest mnarket prji pid( for
seedI. GAive us a trial. t&ttf
iHouse aneli Lot, for Halo.
House of seven rooms. L ot, three
cres. A pply to G. IB. Cromner. f&mtt f
NOT LOOKIN ELL!
NOT FELIlm WELL
Thia preparation is a combination
of drugs having altorativo, tonic
stimulant and laxative action.
It contains throo drugs wvhichu the
medical profession recomamnd( for
skin disonses, Scrofulous affections,
Dyspopsia, Liver Complaints, itheu
It' is carefully prepared from the
purost drugs and is sold at 75 conts
a bottle at
Robesison & Gilder's
Boildloil of Newberry a Vicinity
Consult their inter,at by wtiting to the
STANDARD MANUFACTURING CO.,
of AUGUTA GEORGIA,
Fot PRI'E ON
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS.
Or anythhing in Yellow Pino.
S II'REMY GIVWN THAT ON
and after October 18th, 1897, ears
lnot unlloaded within forty-eight (48)
hours after arrival, and cars which are
not 1.aded within forty-cight, hours
after being placed in position, shall be
Subject to ia charge of One Dollar per
day or fraetion thertof. for the doton
,ion of cars and utise of tracks, Sundays
and legal holldays excepted.
Atlitic Coast Line.
'harlieson and 8avannah R1ailway.
Sout h1 Carol ina and (eorgia Hailroad.
'h-,lPstonl and Western Carolina
Florida (ntra l and Peninsular Rail
lui bia, Newberry and11t Lluronli
Ohio River and Cha-rlestonl Railway.
East Shore Trminal Company.
Carolina and C'umberland Gatp Rtail
Mile Ridge lailroad.
.. C. H ASK I LfL, Manager.
Call and See
ThI'e fall sesnis nwfast
apmproachintg. We nouc
to the people of this town and
the suirrounmding commiiunity
that our store is full of New
Goods for the fall season.
Our stock has been seleted
with more care this season
than ever befbo, and1 one ad
v'antage we have wo bought
early, before the tariff put the
price up. We'll: certainly
give our customers the benefit
WXo carry a line of
Men's and Boys'
unlsulrpassed by anyone in this
Our salesmen will take
pleasure iln showinmg you
th lrouIgh ait an~y time.
OSPGIVIC US A (JA LL.
IF YOU WANT
Call onl us before li"g
We now have the pret s
carload of Buggies and Su
ries that we have ever had.
We expect a carload of
next week. 'here is no
Wagon on our market better,
and our prices are as low as
can be inade for the same
grade of work.
Ed. R. HIPP.
I am showing as pi
rics as can be found a
we exhibiting attractil
terns, but we are sellinj
- - LOWER
than similar things a
want a share of your bt
We have a fe
last season thai
out at half price.
~54-ini. Lndies' Cloth, 50 and 75c.
30-in. DrRss Flannels, 25c.
Silk and Wool Mixtures, 50 and 75c
Sontache Braid in all colors.
all desBcripion--Plain Cloth Cape
and1( Misses' Hats, Sailors, Alpines
Weare running oir a line of
WHAT 5c CAN BUY.
4-4 Blleach Cloth (no starch),
Prea tty Patter ns in D)ark C'alle
WHAT 4c CAN BUY.
4-4 Sea Islanti.
Calic, dar itia ligh t colors.
10-4 Blankets, 50e.
12-4 Woolen Hlankets, $2.75.
12-4 Woolen iBlankets, $3.50
1Full line of SHOES on hand
WYNNII ' A]
The Leaders of (
Low Prices! AN
Car load Warigonst just receiveC
to arrive In a few days. D)on't buy
prIiQ<'s. We can 'save you mnoneiy.
D)on't forget our br'ands of Pl,
Waiter'loo, Old Uickory. Trho best
Wo Have Just Opunud
A 1-irgo and handsome stock
of 1Lamps, .Fancy Crockery
We Will Sell.
Them iat vcry low figures and
Y O willv Illoloy b3 p11r
01han4iig of uts.
It Gives Us
Grel-at plona'llro to shlow our
goods, even if you don't. buy.
Druggists on th Coiler.
NEW P11OTOCRAP1 GALLERY
over 'P1L (.C.\ll iinans', Ma in St.., Ne wherry
I alt prepatred to 1111ke I 'lctures and
Itt livi g prices.
t&ft-f I A'.t"Il, I'llototgrapher.
STATEI', O0 2Ot'Tlil CAtOLINA,
COUNTY OW N tC\VliFtitY--iN
By W. \V. lIudges, 1E4"q., 1'rolitto Judge.
W I1 IREAH. f4mcin P1. itikel
Illi'lut hmado 'Alit ((I m1e to) grmint
her Lo(LtIrs Iof .dintrtinof the
Estate dit t eIl'rr 1 f 'Si!ns Welket,
Thertar, t heI ,rvef.ore, to vito and ad
11nonish all and1 piig:lar the HinIIred
a%fi er<-ditors (of IhIv Hnid t-ilh., W atlkter,
deceemd, that th Iey h Ie fill[nt a, -
peitr hbieiftre met(, in tie mrt of 1'ro
hate, I(o be hlvd at Nvwherry ('-url
II oluse, ei lie 291h itay if Oct., nvx I,
atter pIbliaIotl liereo' at I I o'clock
InI tho forenioonl, to .4h1w eltisml, if a111y
they have, why' Ibe s:lid Adninistru
tion Illmild Iot hm grantebd.
(IiVoll V1114b- mly 111111 014 his 0 1h 31.1h
day of October, .\ i )tim tii 1157.
1. I. N. C.
STATN' OFe Sl:Til CIAMlAlNA,
COU N 'Y OV N \VBLRY-lN
IIto?,A TH, COUI RL.
By V.V. Ilodigs, E"<I., Pr-obA.it .JII(dge.
W\'Ie'eaI, .Poburt I. WelhI ha1t h
tiido Huit t Im(te (o grantil, him [A-tters
of Advil"letrati with le h will an
Iiexd Of 1e (estat 1111d effi-et of
Johnl D)avid Suber, lecrtsed:
'Ilhese are ItherIef(,re Ito cito aind ad(
mni h all tild Sinlrular 1"ihi IInvd
and ervilitor-s of thle maild J11hn1 David
Stilber, deceafsed,, Itit they t:e a%fuil IIP
pvar. befolre mie, in thle Coulrt of Pro(bate,
to bo hold it Newbetry Coit. House,
on the 2st dhty of October iext, after
uheation hereof, a i It o'clock inl the
foren)(0n, t o shwcitise, if any.\ they.
have, %w bly tho -Satid A<hmilist rationl
should It. be gratti.d.
(iivei utilkr itty hid Ihis the (;th
dily (if ( o r 11 Uno i ni 18l'.
T OT!'E IS 1IEA.tl,:M* GIVN
. that the Iiiksof Ixegvistl ation fi
the Towni of Newb(rry, S. C., aru now
0opn1, and the! ittlri .as Slepr
vismr o)f lzegistration fill saIid ']'own,.
will keep tiaidl boks opei every dtv
(SIttilys exee4pted I from 9. a. tm. intl]::
1). ml. 111til atill im luding, the h:SL da.1, of
(C A. IoWMAN.
1-t11pervismr of I4-gist ratio.
Sepitemberu 1, I1I7.
NOTI(E OF APPOINTMENT OF GUARIIAN
N ()I'Cl11 I'l IIl'-1 -11Y (;l VIN
. I-'itat pliplicnt,ionl will bo nm1de to
Wiedesulayo lthe 21rt Iay of ( -tobi, t
lha' .1 ludgel fori Newerry' ('11mtv. the~
Genera'i'l ( iirian ou(f ( 'th;'s l '. Spyeck,
houtse atail lot ini t.1e 'i)Tow of Ntewhierrt,
of ablout tIhe value oIf I'tI t.housandic tdtl
live hmalred or iu-ee thuouisanti Iolhiu's.
(.lns.) .\l.\ lV'Y .1. CAlt \\'l 1,IX
ColV'NTY ()" NIWHEVi5tY- IN
t:t y, i ill''teIn i 'ti tgainst (of . 'l.
. l) i 'i t. . (Ill , ane d l . 17t. I bailev
milsell umer thie litrm namt of M. O St.it
N t w ile y, S.onI, 1efndts.t itel'a
lil e efore(11 i t hee for,'tHue l t
ing( d'eried realt C etill to Iw it:
All that tr'at, of lind ly'in g in t.he
('outl iy of N'cewerry andu State of Souithl
Ca'lrtlina, rotatinintg F'ourtl Hunidred
S~tin onts, east by lhm d Iof A. S. I 'ariks,
sou i ttiad west byI litnds o (f . to. T.
1lleid andit Sahl ediv er'.
'' '-:t MS: (Onel-t hi id of ii he pu rehase
monltey to hbe pahl itn cash, antd the bal
anieei upon at edilit (If one andto t wo year's
ill ''<lual aituuti intotahntents, w ithi in
iialI, to lie secu red by', a biond (If the
mtise's ol, wvithI leave to. I he puolrlhaset'
to1 anitLici pate paiymtsill. I l' rehatser to
Alaster's Ollten. Octobtr 7,187
ELECTiUG L10 HTS.
I ha&ve' stcenr'ed a Iirtst-cla iss worikmIian
iln11 p lumbing andit elec(trtie work)t'. [ wi'ill
beu reaidy to dlo any~ kittl of -wor'k itt
antd ever'ly jobt muist give 'satisfactiti.
Will lbe pileased( toI make estitmattes free
grtiIiis. I .ttam fully equlippeId to do
Tunin Iig an all oi Itther h it'yelIe wvork.I
keep lIa full suppt 1)1?of ielyelei sundrl ies.
Stoves by the artt att all p-iceus.
I lhaivt reei ve,limany hindil fitvorIs
fromt the pelole o (f N c eherry int the 1
111ast, for wich I amii ttrtly grtate fu,.
Iask fotr it truiial itt these new I biirances
of my bnusi ness.
TO THE TO
Low Pr ices
1-1ard time howlers bowl no more
When they reach 0. Klottnor's store.
With prices lower than the1e "pile,"
A frown is changed into a smile.
IT'S A FACt
)ooplo come hire and plank down
old timo pricos but are greatly pleas.
whn they bear the clink of.retur.
No wondor our ).
on(leavor to compete wit
We, however, compete with
non1 but excel theI all by
4'aving money to every one
that trades with us.
li,nERE AIM, A FEW OF
OUR RI TICICLCRS
,000 boxes blucing, sift-to p por box, lo.
1,000 boxes blacking, per box, Io,
1,600 lbs. Ari H. Soda keg) por Lb. 2o.
:00 water buckots (wood) each, 70.
1,500 suspenders, por pa ir, 90.
Note. Our iIndo%Vs illustrate the
immenso arib tickling bargains that
await all who buy their goods from
0. KLETTN ERI - 5
The Fair and Square Dealer.
-etty line of Dress Fab- -
nywhere. Not only are
ve and desirable Pat
re sold elsewhere; we
w patterns from
we are closing
NEWBERRY, S. C.
40-in. Dross Flannels, 30 and 50o.
30-in. Navy Blue Serge, 25c.
Fancy Silks, 25c. 50c, 75o, $1.00.
Gimp and Dross Sets. Capes of
s, Plush Capes. Line of Ladies'
and Dress Hat.
25c UJndervosts at 1i5c for tihe n13t
o, Plaidl Dressq Goods.
at prices to suit one and all, at
Harness, Dry Goods
d. Car Jond Carriages and Buggies:
int il you see our goods and get our
>nr: Obelisk, Favorite, Blue IBird,.
Plantii' s , or --.. o ey In -