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E. If. AULL, EITOa.
KNOUKS OF ADMISSION.
The gates of the English language,
or In other words, the dictionaries,
bilould be opened for the admission of
the word "bust." "Bust" is a first rate,
sturdy, vigorous word full and firm
with a mneailing of its own. "Bust"
has ecased to be slang for burst. Their
meanings are distinctively different.
To illustrate. The "synid leato bursted"
has a foolish sound but "Tle syndiento
busted" is beyond criticism. "Sixteen
to one or bust'" is good but "Sixteen to
one or burst" Is execrable. On the
contrairy "The sower p1po busted" !s
bad atid .he utility of "burst" as ap
piied to physical objects is instantly
vindicated .--Greenvill News.
ThVie word is already in the dictionary
fand all you will have to (10 is to enlarge
its meaning. It should be done. It
tills the bill in the illustrations givenl
and is so used every day. The ( ictlon
aries should be changed and the on
larged mleanling given to the word.
The Gretnvile News of recent date
iais a firstrate editorial on the subject of
hotols and sleepiug ears based upon a
statement taken from an exchange
stating that D. 0. Mills had built a
hotel in New York where men and wo
men of a moderate mneans are served. It
has all the modern appliances and fur
nislemes lil at a cost of from 5 to 50
cot anitd charges for lodging 20 cents
This leads tlio News to remark that
should the Mills hotel prove a success
"it mars perhaps in epoch In travels"
Tho Neiws urges the building of "eot
tage" sleeping Crs where the average
traveler cat a ord to take a berth and
spend tihe niglit in comfort for a 8um
which he is aile to pay. To sit up all
ight in a day coach is a very tiresome
businless anld a less expensivo sleeping
car than the "Palace Carts" would pay
a big revenue.
The C., N. & L. and S. A. L. now run
wl-at they call their local sleepor fromli
Columbia to Atlanta and only charge
$1.01) for a hertlth hetween the two points.
The car is neat and very comfortable
ant the price is within the range of the
pur-Le of tle ordilinary traveler. W
believe it would pay all roads to have
a "cottage sleeper," as tho News calls
it its well as "I'lace Cars.
We not icu that the Iegister of 'luos
diaty (alls attenitionl to the sections of
tle Itevised Statut-es which we quoted
soe two weeks age, which would re
(Itlire te original package houses
vitherl to reto- their property to the
auditor for taxation or ho liable to a
fne of l!0). ThIae l egister says $500.
The copy of the Statut es from which
we quoti-d anukes it $100. There is
quite at di[Terence. Whieh is correct?
It matters not, Itout. that, however, as
to the duty of en1forvin'rg the law and
we think it should he enforced, what
ever, it is. These establ ishim1ients should
at least ho willing Io pay tihe ordilnary
tax whih t he rest of us are required
tii pay1. I f anot let themt pay thle pealty.
Tlhe Coiltumbhia I lerister' in its Sunday
issue sa :ted edti torially that it Intended
to stopt ubl ish ing detailed acconits of
crimes cota mmittetd iall over the country.
It is a goodl resol utiona. The lierald
and News adopted that p)lanl long ago.
We give just as little space t,o crime as
we piossily can. T1here Is tot) munch
aittentiona giv~en by3 the newvspapers~ to
det,ailed eccouna)ts tar till sorts of cr1imots.
I t Is tdemioraliz.ing.
Will thu Greeniville News and the
G#reernville Mountaineer' tell us what
has heeomo of that, night traIn they
were going to tput on the Southern be
tw'een Grieen vi llo and (Colum abia, It is
gett,iuig t ime now tto hear something
mfor'e otf this excellent servIce.
Net Quitei No 11ad(.
An esteeed frienid and( subiscriber
has rached th le conclusion that the
etditor of The Hleral and News Is in
dir'e distress. We atre glad lie hits been
priomnpted to comei to our rescuo, though
we tdesire to alssure* himi it Is not qutito3
as bad as hie pictures It. But If all our
ahser'iberas would tIo as the hats donoe
and scnd proaa mtly what tthey owe, we
promtise to pulisjh a anotice to creditors
anid settle iul praomaptly with overy one
who has anyi~ climtii againast us.
Let othler's take warnaing anad do like
wise. WVe gIve below an extract, fromn
the abhov,a menitintd letter without
giving place or names:
- ,S. (., Oct. 23, '97J.
"Aln. l':Lt'rt0i: I ant in unholappy i.e.
ceIipt, of one of those per'iodiclen anntual
r'eminder's wit h wh ich your blessed sub
acr'ibers are atiitetd, telling them that
rationis aure scarce, the habIes' clot.hes
are becomlig all tattered and torn,
your. owvn paints, visible and ivisible,
are get.ting thr'eadbarec anti netd patch
ing In the iregion of the Southiern ex
%aremity of the coattail, and that your
bank account is in imrminent tdanger of
utter' dilapidation and evaipor'ation, and
that unletss speedy assistane be ren
der'ed, the dairk and dismal dloors of
the poor-house yawn i with dIstended
jaws for the r'eepticn) of the Poverty
sticken and emtuaited forms of your.
self and weeping wife anid totterIng
childr'en. T1o escape this direful calam-.
It,y you must have hel p, and that p. d. q.
I unclose a cheek, etc.
SIicerely, your' frienjd,
NiEW PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY
over R..Williams',Main St.,New berry
I am prepared to make Pictures and
t.&ftt PnoICm Photograho..
Items From Long Lane.
Another rain this week and still it
isn't cold and doesn't frost.
Little Henry King, who has been
spending soversl weeks with his aunt
who lives near f1linton, has returned
Mr. Robert limore is quite siek. We
hope not seriously iII, and that he will
soon be well again.
Mr. W. F. Brown, who has had tn
attack of mumps, is slowly recovering.
Mrs. John Suber and childrt n have
been on a visit to Mr. Robert bimort 'a.
Mr. Jackson Abrams and Miss Molliu
McCarley visited at Mr. Robert Xl
more's last week.
Mr. George Sligh and Mrs. Nannio
Swittenberg-were at Mr. Will Suber's
Mr. and Mrs. . A. Jotor spent one
night at the old home, near Goshen
Hill, not long since.
Mr. J. C. Colleld and Miss Mary Co
field paid Long Lane a flying visit last
The Gypsles have again been in our
midst with a now supply of lace. I
don't think they induced many of our
neighbors to trade corn and fodder with
them this time. It is indeed surpris
ing to us to know how so many people
and horses can live traveling and trad
ing lace. I cannot think it is charity
to give to or trado with thoem and thus
encourage this form of idleness, when
there are so many men and women who
nobly do work hard and can barely
live, who need all the help we can give.
On last Friday Misses Niaggio and
Ada Subor,Mrs. J.W.Caldwell and Miss
Lily May Caldwell assembled at Mrs.
S. A. Joter's to help her with a quilt.
The quilt was one made by Mrs. Jetor's
grandimother about thirty year ago.
It is mado a hexagon, each little piceo
being about as large as,"a silver half
dollar. You may well suppoHe these
ladies did not got out much space on
the quilt, but that does not say they
didn't make many and beautiful stitches
nor that we all did not have many a
merry laugh and a happy day. Since
then Mrs. 11ilza Brown and Mrs. W. F.
Brown have aylso come to form their
quilting qua'ith s and have not been
found wanting; any one else now who
would like to try their hand will re
ceive a warml welcomo l cre.
October 20. 1897.
Tho angel of death visited our coin
munity last Saturday, October 23rd, at
about 4 o'clock in the morning. His
cold, clammy hand stretched forth and
Htopped the pnulsation of one of our
youthful hearts. A fter a few weeks
illness, John Olon Sense, aged 14 years,
I month and 23 days, quietly gavo his
spirit Into the hands of his Master. To
he cut down in the bloom of young man
hood is extromoly ead and peculiarly
significant. "Often have I thought
when gazing on a tender flower that
had bloomed and died away, while
others, less lovely, bloomed in radiant
life around, that the sweetest ilowers
soonest (lie." The hopes of his parents
were blighted, and the expectations of
his friends disappointed. Our comnmu
nity has lost a truthful, honest and
bright young man, lie wams highly
thought and spoken of by all his assvei
ates, school-mates and teacher. Bhut
this was God's will, therefore we should
"'For we must par't, and parting weep,
What else has earth for us in store?
T1hose farewell p)angs, how sharp and
T[he farewell wvordls, how sadl andl
''Yet we shall meet agai in poece,
To sing the song of festal joy;
Where none shall bid our gladness
And none our fellowship destroy.
"There, hand to hand, fIrm linked at
And heart to heart, enfolded all;
We'll smile upon01 the troubled p)ast,
And wondler we weipt at all."
ils remains woero carriedl to the comi
etery of St. Paul's church for inter
ment. TIhe burial ceremony vas con
dlucted by" Rev. J. A. Sligh. Thus we
laid him to rest. The fragrance of his
life always p)erfumled the atmosphere
of the home and social circles in wvhich
he moved. May the love, grace andI
comfort of the gentle Jesus who called
him to Hlimseolf, rest upon he family
and (lear ones so sorely smitten, and
reconcile thenm to the will of God, until
they are called to meet him above.
Tlhe followIng rosolutions were adlopt
od by seome of his school-mates of 1Ex
Whereas, It has leased Our IL'aven
ly Father, in his all-wise p)rovidenee, to
remove from time to etornity the spirit
of our beloved school-mate;
Resolved, 1. T1hat we bow submnis
sively to the divine wvill, comforted
with the assurance that our loss is his
2. That we are deeply grieved at the
early departure from this life of our
3. That we tender our Christian sym
pathy to the bereaved family, comn
mending them to the tender- care of our
Heavenly Father, and looking forward
to the time when we all hope to meet at
thle right hand of God in heaven.
4. That these resolutions be p)rintedl
in tihe county papers and that a copy be
sent the family of th.e departed one.
Excelsio. Aadny, Newb.. y _.
Houth Curolran Synod.
The South Carolinm Lutherau Synod
hold a profitable and pleasant seasion-at
Macedonia church, Lexington county,
from Wadnesday, 21st to Saturday ov
enfing, v'ben tie busiless was conclud
ed. On Sunday morning the ordina
tol ser.on was pieIched by the ReV.
Dr. 1o'.land, of Chalrleston, and Mr.
T. W. Shealy, of DeInlar, S. C., was
Ordainei as a 11miister of tile gospel
accor-ding to the lutiheran usago.
Our il Vrosperity correspoident having
already Livenl in) today's issue the ollcers
elected, only the treasurers who were
ulected, ar- named here: Synodical
treasurir, A. H. Kohn, of I'rosperity;
Bachu,in 11ndowmeit Fund, R1ov. C.
P. 1loczer, of ilheridge; Seminary
fund, Oto IedenI1n, Jr., of Charles
Much discussion was caused on a res
3lution offered whihli seeks to discour
agO tile pract-ico of kwalo congregations
L) call pastors by tht year. The reso
lut,ion i'assed by a decisive vote.
Amot dmients to thi constitution were
proposed, which .ool: to increased rep
rtsenlitaioll of layin311 It, the practical
work of the Synod. it is al-) proposed
to elect, the presiduiL every four years,
aild ine.-Case Ils plwel's as ain advisory
The proposed chc.nges are the out
growth of the agitation of the qu1estioll
of a Bishop. for the Lutheran church
in genetal, and the Synod in particular.
The Synod put on record in two sep
mrato resolutions its interest if? the
work of temperance--one in a strong
luOt1tiOl offered Iby Nr. Geo. 1HalIs,
of tile St. Matthows German Lut,heran
vhurch, Ili Augusta, and another in a
report made by the Itev. 1R. C. Holland,
D. D., of Charleston, which gave its
ondorsement to the American Anti-Sa
Newberry Colloge and her i nterests
ocupiled a special timo set apart for
the consideration of education. Rev.
J. II. Wilson, of Ehrhardt, made a
splendid' address on the subject and he
was followed by President Georgo 13.
Cromer Ill an address characteristic of
hIs pit'>le talkcHs- ractlcal, pointed,
logical and interestLi g. He presented
Lhe cau:o of churcht schools aind showed
the nec .ssity for theimr viork of training
youtng [len) in Christifln plrincilples and
Ait lecesAity in the c xistenee and main
nance of sitei insti%lutiois.
The r port made by ley. J. A. Sligh,
)reside-it. of tile - mrd of Trustees,
va14 t,h best, inl yet e1s, owiig to tile
rosperity of tile (o! ego andi the great
literest tile su1bject llanif-sts aniong
Tile finatnces of the synod are in bet
el shal e tnith in form'ler yealrs, and tho
110(l ii doing 11101- ill the work of
ni,41-on , ti,h roceats being larger
hi)s year' for the came.
The I-ev. .J. G. GriAchon, of LiXIng
on1, pro tehed an el(quent mllisilonary
ornmont on Frl'iday, and Rev. L'. K.
-robst, A Atlanta, p -esented tile gen
wal wol It of Ill issions alt Ia ti mile set apart
Or the 1amie purpose.
Therc was not as n.1uch preaching as
isutal at Synod. 11e1idos the opening
ermon ->y R1ev. Dr.KLinard1 011 Wedues
biove) were Ipeached on Trhursday by
1ev. WV A. C. Muellar, of Charleston,
mild Inl the school hionso on Sunday, by
1ov. J. I). liowles, of P'omar'la.
Tile peoplo)1 of the commutniaity fUlled
he church0i at all thei sessionis, and oni
oyeCd tL:e prea)lching, 0on Sunday espIoe
ally wats the numbflier of people very
argo fr.ymn far andi nlear.
D)elegates to United Synod were
elected as follows:
Clerical-Rlevs. R.. C. Hlollandl, D).
D., A. G. Voigt, D). 1)., M. M. Kinard,
Ph~i.D., t'. P. Boozer, S. T1. Hallman,
1). D., J1. A. Sligh, Z. W. ]3edenbautgh.
Lay-G eo. II. Cr011101, Dr. D). L.
Bloozeor, A. H1. Kohn. J. D). Cappelman,
Wim. P. Hiouseal, Rlcht. G. Chisolmn, .1.
W. Jen'iy, Geor'ge lHain.
The United Synod meets ill Newbor
r'y 01n May 18, 1898.
S10oo Reward, 5103.
Thie readersIl of tis paper wIlt hIe ploased to
learn1 that there la at leastt 0110 dhread d disase
that RcienOII h1as been abie to curlO iln alt Its
I,tages and that In. Catarrh. Hail's Catarrhl
L'itro is the OnIly positivoe euro no0W known to
th0 mnedical fraternitly. (Catarrih being a con.
BttIttionl t(inaR, requires a conlsttttionlal
treatat. Hi 11P' Catarrhl Cure Is talonl Inl.
tornlily, notinlg i.lrectly upon tile blood( and
m1uco04 surfaces of thle system, thereby do.
stroying tile fotundationi ot tihe disease, and
givinlg thte patieInt streng th by buIldIng uIp
thle cons1 ttutionl and1 assisting nlalture in do
Inl gIts wo)rk. Tuo pIropIrietors halve 50 mhilO
fait n11 It-s curlativo powers, that thley (tie'r
D)u1 IlundredI )ollar, for any ease t hat It,
rails to curo. Bond( for list of TestimonIals.
A ddret. F J. UlInlifY & 010., Toledo, 0.
M-8old by Dlruggists, 78o.
K EEPlS A 0001D HOTE(L,
Mr. H1. C. Ilardin,, of Newborry, han tihe Oity
on P'rivate hIusiness.
Mr. 11. C. Uai'dinl a well-known ho
tel man51 of N owberr5, S. C., is spendiing
a few days in the ctity, a gulest at tile
Hotel Calhounl. He is the proprietor
of theo Iotol Newbore~y, 0on0 of the mTot
plopular houtses in tile State. Mr. IHardiun
entertained tile memtlber's of tile State
Press Association 'vhen the annual
meeting: of tile org Inization was hehl(
at Newborry last Jti e, and the table 1h0
sp)reald at thte banq.iot given In honor
of the newspap~er mien will never be
for'gottcn by those wilo were so fortun
ate as t-> be presenit.
Mr. lardin was seen by a Reoporter
for The News and Courier' yesterdiay
anld asked If any implortane could be
attache 1 tW his vis.t to the city. Ho
said th;at he came down oni business
purely of a private nature and would
be ready to return hlome tomlorrow.
Mr. Hlardin state.l thlat ho notied
the hotel men of Charleston were suf
fering considerably on account of quatu
anutine regulations. "Up my way,"
said he, "we have no0 quarantine, henco
the hoteal buisiness 18 just as lively as
avar...Nnwsa nd ourier, Oct 22.
PRIVATE PULLMAN PALAE CAR
NEWBERRY OPERA HOUSE,
Saturday, Oct. 30.
Most all Fun I
'ihe Great 'astoral Comedy
Specia Scenery aMl Nechanical Eets,
Thrilling Saw Mill Scene.
Ec ellentaIg-I~ Sigiai,
2 1-2 lRar Of Solil AmonIt.
Watch for the Great Parade at 3 '. M.
2 BANDS 2
One Handsomely Uniformed, followed
by the Funny Farmner Band.
4WRteserved Seats on Sale at Seloltz'
SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY.
TH' LATIO. RKSIDENCE OF
- . .r . 1). Subor, near the resi
dence of Mr. W. ). Bundrick, on Fri
(lay. November 12, 1897, at 11 o'clock,
I will sell the personal property of
vhich the late Mrs. J. 1). Suber died.
seized and possessed, consisting of
Household and Kitchen Furniture,
One-Horse Wagon, Ruggy, I ogs,
Chickens, Corn and Fodder, and other
R. H-. WELCH,
October 25, 1897.
Hard time howlers howl no more
When they reach 0. Klettnor's store.
With prices lower than their "pile,"
A frown is changed Into a smile.
IT'S A FACT
People come h4re and plank downl.
old time prices but are greatly pleas
ed when they hoar the clink of retur
No wonder our competitors
endeavor to compete with us.
We, however, compete with
none but excel theilm all by
saving money to evory 0110
that trades with us.
*INIIERM ARE' A FEW OF
OUR R1n TICKLEMS.,
1,000 boxes blucing, sift-top, por box, 1c.
1,000 boxes blacking, per~ box, le.
1,600~ lbq. Armu H. Soda (keg) per lb. 21c.
300 water buckets (weed) each, 17.
1,500 suspenders, per Pair, 9c.
Note. Our windows nllustrate phe
immense st-ib tickling bargains that
await all who buy their goods from
TeFair and Square Decaler.
TO RIEL1EVE ANY CASEBO1 IN
TIME Oft MONI
If takeli after each IMeal will Cu
Read what the eminent Dr. Devagi
I have used Harris Lithia Water v
I liave been able to got my patrons
The carbonated has no equal in gastr
table water. It is a pleasant laxativ~
This water is for sale in Newbor
Jones' and W. K Polhamn's.
Harris Lithia Springs Hotel will be
F'or rates and other information wr
OUT PRICES FOR NE
-Send in Y
DISTILLEfR AND ,11I
NO. 2 PEAOHT
STj A TE OF' SOUTH CAROLINA,
TOWN OF HELENA.
B X IT ORAINID 1Y TII IN
t -midant, atd V/ardens of the Town
of 10en1,i S. V'., t. council assombled,
and by atu,"orty of the same:
1st.. That, a tax of F'ift,y Conts on
elkelh -)m1 hundrod dollars worth of eal
and personal1t propt1 y it In the 1lilts of
said town (the proprty of 0hu1r1hes
and s htols excepi od) is hereby lovied
for tl 0 I60a year inding tho 1st. day of
2nd. That the saild tax hereby levied
shall he paid to the Clerk anl Tretts
urer -f said town fron.t.'he first, day to
the thirtiot,h day, of Noveibor, 1897.
cOLm. I I 1JI."ASEA, I tondint.
,JAoti- IF. (;laINN, C. & T. TC . It.
Exmcutor's Sale of Land
I LL Sl AT NEWBEAIthY,
R S. , ot the PIrst Motnday in No
vombmr, thu tirst, day, 1817, all of that
tract. of lanid belor.ging to the N'state of
\Vil. Scott., decete ed, Cnittaining Two
Hum red (200) A.-ros, more or less,
bounmled by ladt of .in. W. Scott..
,1. N. Martin, M s. Susan 'ddy and
TIt: OS O.' SALF: One-half itsh, the
balano to b :1aid in one year fromtt day
of sale, with law ft I inteest. the credit
porthm)I to he se!. -ed by imtortgage of
.1 NO. W. SCOTT.
ExCeto' of the E-tate of Wmll. SVott,
STATE OF SOU'l CA L I)lalNA
NEWl ltlY COUNI-Y.
Levi 'letz, 'laintIT. gainstC ... Ire
doll et, al, Dofendatts.
3 t iRTU'0e OAN EXI-(.TTON
to mle directed it the above stated
euse, I will sell before tie Court, lillse
at Newherry, S. C.. ont saleday in No
vember, 1897, t.he first. Alonday, Istday,
to I',e highest. bidder for caslt, the fol
lowinl- described proporty, ltevitd ott t,
the p.opert,y of Lovi Mletz:
Al that tramct, or paeetl of land lying
and being situate itt tie. coltitly and
State atoresaid, contaitinig Otte Iun
I dred :nd Port.y Ae's, more ot less, and
bounded by lands of W. ,Job Jleitz,
AINs. Ellie Eichelbierg, and the waters
or I.mad ltiver.
I'nrchaser to pl:' fot palwis.
I. BU IlFORDi,
Sherill Newbverrvy Coity.ci
Slhri l's Otice, October 9 I, 1I9.
3 eIo5E 60d.
:W?or sale by
Orai ginator and Leader of New Styles
and 1rices, Mlain street, Newberry, S.
C. Terams: SPOTi CASHI.
OIGESTION IN ONE MlNUTh'S
e~ the Worst Cae of Indigestion.
t, of Obester, S. C., has to say of to
pith the most excellent restults wvhoro
to drink a suflicient quantity daily,
io disturbances. It is an excellont
e and is a sure cure for Flatulent
S. M. D)EVAGA, M. 1).
ry at Robertson & Gilder's, S. B.
Sopen at the begit.ning of the season.
ithi Water Go.,
,RIE SPRINGS, S. C.
XT 60 DAYS IN ALL
Wines and Beer
Paid to Mail Orders.
We oreStrictg Bush eS
And w know that tho pooplo Cnnuot. buy goods at prosent.prioes with
cotton ~at o a, pound, wo havo tioroforo put tho knife in pribes and out
thom to the cor. * I'lle man that raisos cotton must lose and we rI willing
to do our p.art by eutthig (oop into tho present pricos, so that- hs dollar
will buyI ads1 I q its as ono dollar anl ahalf will bny almost
nywhero vlso. Now rvad ev) lino carofully and you will Ihn41t intor
2t) yards (- tho best Calle >ta -1v. 7p l n at 3.je.
l(KI,, yards A C good Calieo at I. 12C EA A at .
7o Cotton Flannel at I,. I -,i)gl kh 0 0b e
7.o " " 121f doublo Width WorstedSibAw
XAhi " "' IS, .'
1244) " "1 18.
l2-e Patis .'vi s it -SA-,-. 2 5 6.
2h lIants .1an, Wooflilvd,Imo lack dreps goods a:l-' grades a
33,A0 Pants .1ekns, Voolillied, 22W. it. 25 per ent. of the Jrepent Prices
cl otheir vl atie.
Wt\o li iro fliat, thi.- outryb i4 I1d with a thrifty. industrioUec J e)lo
that 11111st, 1111VO 140111 (roodsl' if thioyva co I-Puy thoin right,.and w'1yo ay 01o -
ci ml to i ecquitnIdtitoC t hvin in th.t rogard far inoro than they OXI)Oa.
'I- WCthids 1,-lovs8 at.I 19f.. $1 25 Meni's Dress Shoes at $1.
50j " " " 35 1.575.
7 5 a I A A 5). $2 " " " U80.
Ldie(lis 1))1 01gl it Hi (ton Shoes tit 5..$2..O i-M' hatid sewed $1 -75.
1- "t '' 1. 2 25.
11:0)(1 mewell ' .0
> 'WV litivo at big, lot of Misios and wInos Ckaps and Jackets ata50 Cndts
11p; .heso goods ar5 prch beonf t. t reghrle r pricc.
Our Stock o UC Iothid1 hgsap
latr theWaYr value.
t-iio picii,wi k for tiw saitiv, (10(is olsowhore. Wo havo Mon'd wool Suits,
Ci nico thaood- at $3.s to nty that you cannot duplicatte pere
Yuth uswith ogo ith c vanv to lit a boy fron 12 to .0 y6ars
dt $2.d to . 'Peuose oods ro hi orth from A to $3.50 moro than we Ro
the ild for.
Wo Ili.vo stil lrassit-4 fri"11 'I to 11) 1,01rs. K(nOO I)IA tit a ny priC0
You Wiit t mn10111( li mt onl t hoe (lulhir of whalt iL co.4t to maIke t11611.
Our goods were all boughtbyourhousesfor
cash from manufacturers and jobbers that have
failed in bUskness, consequently the above
prices can onlv be had at
FLY$N N5S CA""H STORE
Next Door to Pelhan's Drug Store.
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of g4 ods ha Il" hav a nce5nd el
selectck sock lof ticy ighr
gradeChambrTSuis i n anrut
cland n osatk. Ao full lineyo cnof muplicae mnyho
Youth cut iheangpans coaurnitLtitebyfrm12t Wil ysarl
N wos Cide'sutfrem- o1 rs.CKoos. rc
yo1an am shndgh as rettylhie of whtitc r t aes Fabm.
ricua cand bereun anywouhere.yor houses fr
weahibitingmattactie and dobberabl that-v
tersiled w inrbu siellin atsqety h bv
than extmilar thig arelham'seruhStre.e(
waToai andofyu buieainsm.ln
ofgods hav havfew attierans from
grade Cham sbfr usin Wasnu