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I Simply ask Ihat yo; .l-t our
ow prices, youl will fiid that 1
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inl this- lill(l, 1IVa S
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throw your m1on4Iy
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to6 alIIt of $6.89
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urs at any Price!
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yont wthl ot riefuse.
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WIER 0! I10818RY !
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bagisto n nru
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uminate the path and point with i
erring accuracy to the world-famed
.E HIVE OF BARGAIN
AS THE GREALTEST
iaVillg Establislmeilt 111 Sontli C,1
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 WAYSIDE1
The Enemy of High Priced
Competitors, is known
throughout the Land
Iiv ns N%~ lit, only "r, .1 j1il d-ean ie(1
..Net rIll trouble-let, you go to
.I11t! Do not triuble , nor despair,
As long tw Bloee Ilive will be here,r
You :ui : our fiumily "S-Ife mlv feel
llecau'se 6. KIL-ttne(r Will sttaid by you
aS true as steel
By Deeds-Not Words
J)o -We Iicreaue thet nuibller of our
A Fair and Square
deal to white and black,
to put the Best Goods
at the Lowest Possible
Prices, within the
reach of all is the con
stant aim of
'll be Exterm'ninator of High Prcces.
L&dius' Shirts, Waists and Calog.,
In this~ depaurtment. we
olh-r you bairgins.~ beyond
1V t 1:he re~ach of all p)ossible
"V com petion. Evory gairment
t~~ is gua~ranteed or money re
funde'd. Muade by the] most
,skiI1full workmen. Shirts
wmothi $2.50( onr price $I.25.
Wa~~its from 25.lpwardie.
Our Pina~h Ca.pea are- the
mIo4t, beanutifuln Capos in
owVn t p)rI(es tha t as8tonish1 th n]~lativea8.
Itlrf6 FrulOS, 8018i9S), Piges, 800 gi Kniv.ggand rorig
Locig QIaSSes Tin Bnr.kets and Siflors.
00 dollars will lIne given o ayonoel t can
prodluce the Patent or (Jopyright on the
above advertisement as .originally
written b,y 0. KletVner,
irolilla! S ________
Beyond the shadow of
doubt our low prices on
this line is the talk of the
All Wool Coats worth $5 our prico $3 50.
Extra quality Mackintobhes worth $3.50 our
It takes but little
To keep warm and dry!
We have jnst. reeIved a large
. r .ortimeti of D -eorated I
ItowlIt, Pitchrrm, MuItgm. cups
Saucers,detc., at aatoneilhngly
rIlf URN''S rs LEDi ChneyROs and1 LOMD Bororfl
ho imn iiso selection in this department prevents us I
,giving a discription, Fnificient to say we have anything and e
thing. WIVolfrr yon( Gla1ss Lamp from 5c. to 5Oc. Lanterns w
75c, our price 42c. Lamp Chimneys, all sizes, 0, 1 and 2A
OJur line of GhIusware must 1)e seen to be, apprecia
Pu rch'asinug by t he earloatl gives us the op)portu
ty to offer youi goo<ls at factory prices.
OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT!
By steady and (energetic efforts we
have built np a sale on Shoes wvhich on
abiles us to control the out put of several
mann lfact uri's. Our line emblraces every
leading feature, and the price we p)ur
chas~e at enables us to undersell all
Handl Hewed Shoea worth $5, our price $1.97. Ladies SI
wyorth $2.50 our prnce $I.835. Childre'n's Shoes in count
va,rieties~ at prices that plense every customer.
Our notion departm"rnt is comipteto in every rospet I JI
Undervests worth 50c., our price 15o. Trios worth b 50., o'r p
21c. 'Snapenders worth 25c., our prie 90e. Men's Weo .
worth 40e., onr pnioe 16o. kIandkorchiefs wow.h l00., ourp
4o. l1000 ot)her articles at egnually low p)ricos. Here is y
chanco not ours
Pan s, Bro6ms,
Anything andi everything
Under the sun.
Every expectant mother h
a trying ordeal to faot. If she does n
got ready for it,
there Is no telling
-- - what may hapen.
Child-birth Is full
of uncertainties U
Nature Is not given proper assistance.
Is the best help you can use at this time.
It is a liniment, and --hen regularly ap.
plied several months before baby comes,
it makes the advent easy and nearly pain.
less. It relieves and prevents morning
sickness," relaxes the overstrained mus.
oles, relieves the distended feeling, short
ens labor, makes reeovery rapid and cer
tain without any dangerous after-effects.
Mother's friend is good for only one
purpose, viz.: to relieve motherhood of
danger and pain.
One dollar per bottle at all drug stores, or
sent )y expross on receipt of price.
FRPE Boo's, containing vIluable Informa.
tion for iorien, .will be seat to any addrew
upon application to
TUtB BRADFIELn PEOULATOR GO.,
BY H. A. KUHNs, ATLANTA.
The season for repairipg old and
building now outhouses on the farm
is nw at hand, and if; bot already
provided, a neat coinfortal-le. house
for the poultry sbould n-ot be over
an11d We are aware that quito a number
of our farmers iprovide nosholter for
their fowls, but allow them to roost
in the tres, in the cow or horse stall,
on the plows, and tools in the barn
shod, or any other plac,3 tho liens
may fld convenient. While this
may sooni economy, and suit a .cr
tain class of our farmers, there are
other.utelligent, wide a wake farm.
era wbo strive to so manage fll his
crops, stock or fowls so as to got the
most profit -out of them.
Poultry will not thrive- nor provide
eggs at the season of the"year when
0O the gighest pric6s are realized, un
ery less provided with woll sheltered
ets. roostiug and laying quarters.
The best prices for eggs are real
ized from September toApril. Hens
will not lay during the disagreeable
liimonthr of the year except they be
wvell housed and managed.
And again, in order to have broil
era (Spring chickenA) 'at a time 'when
they comnmatid the best prices, the I
liens niust..i,eco me broodxy and sot
ed. early in the year,:aad this they will
ni- not do unless , made .to lay through
the fall-and wlhter.
-- 'JaIuary, February anid March
hatched ehickene lay handsomely.
while May and Juno .hatched chick
ens hardly pay for the raising, hence'
the lmportance of looking after the C
welfare of the hens.
In .building, the main points for
consideration,are comfort of the in
mates.an'd. cotivenience of the at
tendant. It is not necesfsary to put
Sup an expensive .bnilding; a plain,
substantial, neat looking building is E
the idea , A house suflicientlIy large a
__to accommodate the fowls, with a r
good solidl roof and sides shielded soi
as to protect the fowls from draughts. xn
One or two windows. should be pro
vided so as to admit plenty of lighi, a
since there are some very cold .or c
sno,wy days during which the pens ti
must be kept .confiined, and fowls n
will not stay in dark, quarters if they
can .do ofther wise. 3
. A handy, easily made hen house 12
suitable for the farm .is illustrated
ooriaecHihto .wn wall
feet, back wall 41. A plank 12 feet
long will furnish ono plank'for ront
and one for baok end. Likewise the
side can be out out of] 2 feet -plank
without waste.~ The pink Can Lo
rough or dressed, thouti the"rebsed
can be painted and thereby maid to
look bette and last longer. Neste
can be arranged on the side or
against the front wall.
The roost should consist of one
2.-, scantling or pole, 12 feet long,
placed in back of building about kwo
fee" above the floor and ono..,foot
from the wall. Peeled pine poles
can be used in' place of scakliling and
save some cost in building.
The material required for such a
Four 2x4x16 ft. scantling for sills
Three 2x4x16 ft, dcantling fol side
sills aid posts.
Four 2x4x18 ft. aoanfling foraft.
ors-out in half.
Fourteen Ix8U12 ft.: stips 'for
Twen'y 1x12x12 ft. plank for frot t,
back and sides.
Twenty Ix3x12 ft. strips for f at.
One or two windows either 2x8 or
- One look, one pair .'higes, ten
poundsinails. InA,osting in At
lanta about seven dollais
' FAIEWELL TO VALLEY FORGE.
While P1resliient. Washington Visted the
Iittori Camp Uround.
"Nearly a score of years qsp4
Iway at Valley Forge, w, e, .,one
iummer day a tall gentlemah of.ad
rancing years, dressed in black and
.iding ort a horse, was seen by the
armers while they wei'e working in
he fields," writes -William:- Per'ine
>f "Washirig!on's Christmas at Val.
ny Forge" in the .December Ladies'
iome Journal. "Accompanied. by
iis negro servant, he alight'04' from
iis horse by the roadside and began
cindly to put questions to one of the
'armers. Ho told that he had been
a the camp of the Continentalo,
hat he expected soon to leave PhjI
kdelphia forever, and that he wanted
o once more look upon the sfne' of
he sufferings of his comrades in
Lrms. He was pleased* to see hnp.
inoss and 'prosperity now around
lim. He wo'uld stay over night,
)ut his duties required him to beat
,he Ce pital. When the farmer
Ipard 'his name he was astonished
and protested that he should ha.ve
>een more respectful. The stranger
eplied that the sight of his Icomn
>anionsB of the war now engaged in
.e happy pursuits of peace gave
umn . more satisfaction than any
moinage that could be paid his pet
on or his station as .President of the
Jlnited States. It . was George
Nashingtor,.soon about to bid fare
vell in his~ great oilice to his' courn.
rymeni, aind as he rode away. for
ver what t houghts msust have come
ver him as he looked back .in those
>ipinig times of peace to the anguish
bnd toils and the despair of thit
lark Christmas at Valley .Forge!'
TiHE Tn<EATY IS SIGNED..
knmerilans WVii (ht Home For the Holo.
Paris, Dec. .10.-The American
paishm treaty of peace was signed
t the joint conference of the com.
3issioners at 8.45 o'clock iis ev*.n.
g .by the members of both comn
Tho' comm's 'ers met in joint
ession this mornimg for the purpo-e
i signing the treaty, but adjournied
> await the engrossinig, Wvhich had
ot' at the time been flinish"d.
'Th - An.e icans will sail for N'ov
ork at:once,. reaching there for the
A special dispatch from Madrid
uys the 'position of the c abi net 'is
ost critical anid that the resignmo.
on of the' ministry is expected as
>on 'as the treaty is made publio.
hronto Diarrhoea for Year.- Peet
and Ankles Swelled and BI9od
Was Out of Order-Cured by
"I was troubled with chronic diarrheea
r eight years and tried everything I was
id was good for it, but no imedliie did
.0 any good. I kept up all the time lyst
as so weak I could not do anything. .
walked a few hundred yards I would be.
it of breath. My feet and ankles swelled
>ry badly and.I-bad about given u~p all
>pO of over. being well. I read about
ood's Barsaparilla,.and, . knowing, my.
ood was out, of order, decided to give iib
fair trial. "I have now tak6c*ueot
n bottles of it' and seidral-bottles 'of
ood's Pills, an. I.am perfectly ell.
ns. 8. A. WARD, Battleboro, N~. 0.
the BeatM-b ft the One Trute Jbod Parlflor.
Id by all dttigglst.. 1 sx for .
lood's PIlls *yo,**est ater-dfaner'