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A EPNAP GAME !
G hnWl ll d e s o l i
fl i' ro fill i-'t it;E !
Ihit w v a lltion Volt:
Dl't i illpt lit ov oN
elfer Sn-hers will
hieit's tr,lv, hlit, le.
11wrI pricos stil l e do is wvell
inply iv;k tht ouo otir
prrct's. Noll W%I!i lidf that Illo
3LOTI1 I N G!
"I t tr wd N;ith s
skill v hir mf Oto ()tn
your pm-4011 hook 1111(
IlroW w 'vo til. 111O Ve
Saw v \ ave \ lt
( mi , a ld 1if-v ru11!t
Pair -uhf e4 lers n
w1" bo givi'l l VI 'V
iio l t m lf i J
m,1'1taro oppmortiln il.. whh -h
DE IN A LIFE TIME !
oult tho ent iro litno ro,urdl: -,.
Wo hlavo tho Sizo ,
(ours at any Price!
ke the Boys Iappy!I
Iquestion iS, do you
one? If so, we~ know~
tou will not refuse a
OME TO US!
wb ih n' it i I i le1 evenu
n; in order to unie roIn IIto
ml $1'e t, .o th D ll'
hu t clorrtpodin L gly low priee
y pair is guaranltee(
uble stitched an<
seamed. The bes
on earth for th
I1lthis <i.jp rt mient
harga tin wt t o , ('in Or
Vto ttttiL len
.\ti e and C ibie
uminate the path and point with u
erring accuracy to the world-farned
11E HIVE OF BARGAIN'
AS THE GREATEST
min,ffl Establishelifien1 SontH Ca
Steadily growing in
its purchasing power
and ever increasing its
enormous outlet, is
To lower the record
Of all former Quotations
Rock Bottom Prices!
COMPETITORS MUST FOLLOW
FALL BY THE WAYSIDEI
The Enemy of High Priced
Complretitors, 10 known
throughout the Land
Jii- Wvmt ollY "Po ? Iau ard-earnle
Whe Sik r i trube--.tyou go to
Ilt D ) 11vt trivuble, io (lesplair,
As lon i t Ie leIlive wvill be herv ,
You :()I:.Iu f:amily "sare n11vy feel
1)(eauszo 0. Klitner will staid by you
41s t r11e as steul!
By Deeds-Not Words
I o WOv illere'a.c e 10 iillbr of our
A Fair and Square
cdeal to white and black,
to put the Best Goods
at the Lowest Possible
Prices, within the
reach of all is the con
otant airn of
IThe Extermina~tor of High Prices,
lat~ thist artet Ca
Yoff yo bargaiis beo
.IL~~ he rech of all poss.ib
cont.p''lion. Fkery garthei
is gualranlteed or monewy r
fuld MaItdo by the mn
ski1l~ill workmonn. Shir
woIL $2 50( our prico $1.2
W&t frotn .'e. uipwarc
us (~Our PlushI Capm H are t
Inoutu~t beaiuti[ul .Cae
L.VCl1 1.0 LI4yOte \ybo ca
I pro~dutce the 0 lat ent or 0 opyrigh t on thew
ab)ove adv~ertisemenfCht as .originally
wriu.cn hy 0. Klctuncr,
Beyond the shadow of
doubt our low prices on
this line is the talk of the
Ail Wool Coats worth $5 our prico $3 50.5
Extra <iiality Mackintoshoi worth $3.50 our
It takes but little
To keep warm and dry!
Nkt Ave Just rievelved a larve at
drikor m1 .fit of D eoratedl Platoe s.
no l litchvrm, Mtig-., ( p , and1; i i
Lami)K! Laolons3! lml) C1111mus al LEDl iers!
Thu, ilin"lnso Holection inl thi1 dopartmnent provolut u1H fromn
giving n discriptiont, mufficiont to stty we havn anything and every
img. We offor you Ohtsfi Linum Iromn 15e. to 50c. Litrt - rng worth
7 .Ilur price 412e. Ljamp Chiimmoys, all sizes, 0, 1 and 2s 5ets,
v-ypsteady and on rgetic effortsatwo
I manfact uries. Our linge.ombraces9 lvery
leading feature,. and ibthelipricotiwelpur
Ihandg XTE sowed Shoe 0ls orth ji, Iou pric.o $1.9. Lad est SoeI
woh$ ur pr en2' $1.35. Ch,i ui lr'Q 0hoes id countie
OJur~ lnot epMarte i comt eon tvery aree teLdi
UnderveIis wogt 50. o i urlopri 1gi ies wth o0c., ourupi<
li1y . Suspenderl1 olrgti 25. Iourt prWe0 ensWo
worlVthliilu 40. onrm pri 1o.s Hnkich ief t oc,orpi
4ut:i c. a00 tri( I article tually lvowricy ee sao
ch1 anetint ours
Pans, rowelSos rh, orpio$.7 TdI9S
v: 'ttsA nhing tat.ndea everythingler
"I a price eas be placed on pain, Mother's
Friend' is worth its weight in gold as st allevi
ator. My wife sufferedilnore inl tetn t1ittutes with tl
eitlier of her otser t wo children thani site did at
togetiser with her last, havitig previously used ej
four bottlesof 'Mother's F'riend.' It isa blessing
to asy onte expccting to becote a mother," says
Thus writes Henderson Dale, Druggist, %v
'f Carmi, Ill., to the Bradfield Regulator ji
osmpasny, of Atlanta, Ga., the proprie
tors and manufacturers of " Mother's b
Friend." This snccessful remedy is not
one of the many internal medicines ad.
vertised to (o unreasonable things, but a Ci
scientifica!ly repared liniment especially -
effective In adding strength aud elasticity 8
to those parts of woman's organism which b
bear the severest strains of childbirth.
Tie liniment may be used at any aI. 1
all times during pregnancy up to th i
very hour of confinement. The earlierit
is begun, and the longer used, the more
perfect will be the result, but it has been a
used during the lust month only with
great benefit and success.
It not only shortens labor and lessens h
the pain attending it, but greatly dimin
Ishes the danger to life of both nothet P
and child, and leaves the mother in a con. o
dition more favorable to speedy recovei .
" Mther's Friend " is sold by druggistj
at $t.oo, or sent by express on receipt of r
Valuable book for women, " Before b
Baby is Born," sent free on application. n
&iE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta, Ga.
VIIEN IIOV IS FOULLY blUICDIED V
Ilorribi, 1 Cr!so vreceota mitciery or
a loggar Notr rnse nvllte-Was Only
Eight, Yusro Old.
Columbia, Nov. 1) -A special to
the Staco from Greenville, S. C.,
Weaver Smith, a little whito boy
boggar, Wias mo.t foully murdered
ThrsdayI night in the heart of town t
and tho muntilated body was not
found until ntearly 24 hours later.
A more horrible crime than murder
had preceed the butchery of the f
)o', a)d tho fiond incarnate who did
the dN-1d is mnAl.nown. A long gash f,
in the boy's stomach ecaused his
death ud tho entrails were Protrud v
ing from the body.
Weaver Snsit.h was about 8 years
old, and was a notorious beggal
around town, having a skilfully
worded story of distress. When I
hst seen by citizels he Wis It J. W. t
RIser's, sexton of Springwood cem. I
(tery, Main street, by hom he was I
given somio food about 7 o'clock
Wednesday night. From thore be
went toward the First brigade camp t
on the samo street. He secured
slomet moiney and( fo..d there and I
visited the Fourth Na'w 'Jersey reg
Lato yesterday aifternoon, a er
womanr discov'ered the boy lying
atmonig woeds oni E! ford street, which
is a side stroo, onie b!ock north of
t he Conrsfederato monmumnt. The
hoywa ying onl the sonthI siewalk,
whi.'h is rael uso.l. W\~hen dis
coveredt, he lay on his fane, and, on
being turneiisd, the cut inl the stomuach
was1 revealed. T[he physic.lan1 found
muniiistaikabl~e vidences osf at mosre
fiendish (I imoi cansi it t c'd hefore
dleath, and t.he boy wats doubtlessly
killed to pr~rvnut its di:scovery.
Tw> New York soldiers, conming
from camnp to town Thursday inight,
heard cries on El ford st ro(t an-d ap
proaching fonyd anlother~ sold ier, un-t
known ti thtem, with a boy, the sol -
(ier claim-id had lo hst his way. The
unkntown soldier's conmmanid is niot
known, and thlei sold isrs left hirn
standt~intg near t.h0 child. It. is he-.
lie'ved the boy wars Wev(.ter Smith
and5( thse sold ier hsis assailant and
T1ho crime has aronsed the great
est indignation among citiz.n a1 rnd
s-oldiers, and ifC thle gisillty man is
caught andl proves to he a soldier,
hs ic(omlradee willI endeavo r to make
short work o.f him.
Ansteri'esn Sslier. Atackdt by Nativs .,
Ones ont Each N1id Kiled sanel several4
Mansila, Nov. 19 A ptarty of Ph
ippino natives attacked the An 0
Imilitary police last ntig5
geant Prico, of Mi O es
C One native was
great citems it.
'10 iiO1tfROW UlR D)Ii'
*Issnth Daskota P'eopl., WHi Issiatp A,
Columb)a, 5. 0., Nov. 19.--Letteors
and iutl its from South Dakota in
dlicat thait thei peop)le thern have
atdopted ai constit utionsal almenodmenit
prelimirtary to the adoption of the
South (Carohlna dispensary law. -
MISs OISNE19 4 F1MI 1INS.
aban HIeroltis fa Once Mo'e In 'HAwpfA
New York, Nov. 18.-A iiispatch
om Havana to The Journal says:
[any strange thiugo have befallen
te city of Havana and its people
ithin a short year. Perhaps of
iern all nothing has been more ex
rossive of tbe chango in affairathan
io quiat arrival today on the steam.
- Masu- o of a beautiful woman
hoso flight rnd oscopo a year ago
irew the city inio the wildoet ex.
She va4 Evangolina iCisneros then,
lien The "ournal rescued her from
Ccojidlas. Today, s Mrs. Car
onell, the WifO of Captain lCarbo
oill, of General Leo's staff, she re
irtod to Havana for the first time
nco sho left it. huntod far and wide
y tho Spanish authorities.
Evangelina Cisneros had been in
oecojidas jail for more than a year
hon The Journal took up her causo,
nd intorosted the wholo United
tatum ill ber fato. Her only offense
ad been tho patriotism of her peo
lo and her resentment of the insults
An attempt to rescue Miss Cisne
>s was mado on the night of Octo
or 5, but was unsuccessful. The
ext night she was taken from the
til and secrete( for three days while
jo ,.,it.y was hunted over by General
Veyler's ordor. On the third day,
isguised as a young man, Evange.
na Cisneros crossed the gangpwink
f the steamor Seneca. Her safe
rrival in the land of freedom and
or subivsqtuet welcome by the peo
1i and particularly those of New
ork are historical.
This atrangest romanco of the en
re Cuban affair was most felicitous.
( ended. Miss Cisneros married
no of the rescuer. Today as man
nd wife they eitered free Cuba
ree Havana. Evatngolina Cisneros
nd her couttry; for which she st
3red, are free. Weylor's gratip is
orever broken. A land renewed
relcomes its herome.
Iret Pension on Account of the spanil
war 1a Cronted.
Washington, November 18.-Com
litsioner Evans, of the pension of
ce, notified Secretary Alger today
hat Jesse T. Gates, of the Second
Juited States artillery, who had lost
tart of his upper lip in the West
ndian campaign, has been awarded.
he first pension on account of the
;panish war. The president and
he secoretary of war each took an in
.rest in this case. Gates called on
hiem in person soon after the close
>f thre campaign aind convinced thomn
>f the merits of his claim.
(Jates will reeive $17 per month,
mud this being inadequate, a private
ension hilt, i Lcreasinag the pension
vill probably ho int rodneced in con
cross. Cla ims o ni account of the
)iiranish watr are now comning rapidly.
tihe total (in fio uc1p to date is 1,947
oir war service, anid 178 for naval
:orvice, exclhusive of the claims of the
>attloship Mraine~ victis.
(The State, 20th.)
At a speiail mreetirng of the State
B3ourd of Conrtrol Friday night it
vas decided thait the State dispon
ary would dispose of all of its (rays.
t'hey have been running from one to
our conzst antly at an expense of
rbout 88,00() annaIly. Arrango
nleut.s aive noCw boon maide w ith the
ailroads to bac*k their ciirs to t he
lisPornsary broth in delivering and re
!oiving shipmuents. T1he traims anrd
vago~ns wilt bei sold at the regular
neeling in Djecembler.
Wb le;n the (1ispouJsarv was miovedl
'romn the Agricultural uI' to its pres
mit qluarte rs it wans claimed that t.
aiving in dirayage wouild sot
'or thie cost of thle dispe
eoa. The drinys
tway with, thou -
in heeli o fti'
iinat ained( ~
ocait ed on
mn ine of
M Nd Beer
P. HIouses! You
by Buying of Ua1
to Mail Orders.
And get Hooc