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Maii9o Mositomig ino Flori<da.
Cards have beel received in New
IeIr1y ilnouncing" the mtrriage on tbl c
27h instant, at Fleini)gton, Fla., of
Rov. A lotnzo L. Prisoc and l Iss 'earl
Chitty. We extend congratulations in
)oWitt?s Little Etarly Risers are the
finest pills 1 over used."-D. J.Moore,
Milbrook, Ala. They quickly cure all
liver and bowel troubles. Gilder's Cor
nor Drug Store.
Vascalt Wc%t 1oint Cad041thip.
Senator Tillman writes The State
frol Washington as follows: "I !ave
bele notilled by tile secretary of war
that I must name it cadet tor West
'oint by July 10th. I desire to make
this appointment, wiii report in Coltun
bia on July 3d, at 10 a. im., at the South
Carolina college. I will be obliged if
county papers will copy this annouce
inent."-The StaLe, 1-ji.
J. C. Cenney, ltoanoa!. Tenn., says,
"I cannot say too ilchifor DeWitt's
Witch Hazl Salve. One box of It cur
ed what the doctors called an incurable
ulcer on my jaw." Cures piles and all
skin diseases. Look Out for worthless
Imitations. Gilder's Corie lDrug 'tore.
Stole Grainh from the Fleld.
Sheriff Buford has in his custody
threo prisoners, negro men, who were
arrested on Wednesday at Prosperity
for stealing grain from the field of
Alasistrato -J. M. Wheeler, of No. 9.
The grain was stolen on the night of
the 12th-nino shocks of wheat and a
quantity of oats--and th wagon tracks
were followed and led directly to the
guilty negroes. They will be )ound
over to the circuit court.
The casiest and most effective met,hod
of purifying the blood and invigorating
the system is to take I)eWitt's Little
Eurly Risers, the famous iittl pill filr
cleansing the liver and bowels. Gil
dor's Corner )rtig Store.
Last Sunday as Messrs. G. M. Werts
and )r-. A. L. Lovgshore, of Silver
Street wer'e crossirg the "Long bridge"
over Little river, tho hlors'; took fright,
at a broken plank in the Hloor and van
the buggy hack when Itl h 111' jumllped
out, just ill tme to save themselves
from a precipilation to tIhe ground
which was eighteen feet distant. The
horse aud h,lggy were thrown Lo t,e
ground, kil'ing the horse and smast.
Ing the bugVy.
"(After suff..trinv Ieon piles for lifteen
years I wai cored b.v using t,wo I-2s
of DoWitt.'s Witch Ha zel Salve." writes
W. J. Baxter, Nort.h l3rookc, N. C. It
heals everythinv. B3eware of countr
felts. Gilder's Corner Drug Store.
To Th hi,AliditLeP.
As we have promise', to print a cut
and sketch of each candidate who has
his announcement in this paper, we
would be glad if every candidate would
at once place in our hands a cabinet
sized photo of himself in order that wec
can havo the cuts made at once. Let
us hav3 the picture and sketch at your
earliest convenience. Please, candi
dates, attend to this right away, as it
will take us sevecral days to have the
The Governor having offered $100 re
ward for the arrest with proof to con
viet, of the per'soni or persons who
burned my barn on the ntighut of the 1st,
instant, I hereby etffer 00 aidditionail
reward for arrest, wIth proof to con
vict, of said personis.
A Nov.el Piani.
Mr. Josep)h TI. lIutchinson takes a
novel way of aunxouncing his cantdi
d'amcy for the ollice -'of Treasurer of
Newberry County. He pl)hished in
his count,y paper a three Inch p)icture
of himself, with h's annooncement
printed below. As he is a good Jook'ng
young man ho wvill naturailly get the
ladles on ht.s side. The plan is sug
gested to our youthful and good look
ing candidates.--Beaufort Gazette.
General Wagon and B3uggy Repair
ing done on short nIot ice, and horse
shoeing a specialty, by S. K. B3ouk
nlight, fronting public sqiuare, New
berry, S. (I. 3t
Newherry Cotlego Commnoeemotat.
Next Suriday the commen)cement ex
cIses of Newberry college will begin,
'and continue until Wednesday. The
program is as follows:
Seinday, 10:30 a. mn., Baccalaureate
SMrmon by Rev. J. A. Morohead.
Sunday, 8 'p. im., ad dress to t he stu
dents, by Rev. J. 0. Kilgoro, D. D.
* Monday, 8 p. mn., Junior Oratorical
Tuesday, 11 a. mn., Alumni Oration,
by Rev. Dr. M. M. Kinar'd.
rTuesday', 8 p. mn., Address to the
Literary soclotie, by Rev. W. 10. Pear
80n, D. D).
* Wednesday', 10 a. mn., class day ex
Doss it Pay to Iluy Cheap.
A cheap remedy for coughs and colds
is all rig ht, but you want something
that will relieve and cure the more
*severe and dangerous results of throat
and lung troubles. What shall you do?
*Go to a warmer and more regular cli
mate? Yes, if possible for you, then in
either e ase .take the only remedy that
~ohas b eon introduced in all civilized
~t countries with success in severe throat
~~.and lung troubles, "Bo:oheo's German
Syrup." It ri'ot only heals and stim.
u lates the tissues to destroy the germ
disease, but allays in flammnation, causes
easy expectoration, gives a good night's
rest, and cares thme patient. Try one
bottle. Recommended many years by
idgga.in the world. Eor sale by
VARIOU8 AN0 ALL AiimUr.
Dr. Jas. Mcintoz,h was in Greenvilh
iMrs. W. W. Iodge's is vi,it ilg relia
t.ives in Greenville.
We had a hard and Washing rain late
A shipnent of watermelons has been
received in Newberry.
The Sotte campaign opened yester
day at Oraigeburg.
Ir. Eddie 11. Wideman is visiting
relatives at Troy, S. C.
Miss Annie ilodges of GC;reenwood is
visiting at Dr. E,. C, Jones'.
Mr. Z. P. Wright went up to Abbe
ville Tuesday to see the game of ball.
Ilon. C. L. Iflease left on Wednesday
to join I lie campaign party yesterday.
l rs. T. M. Wells and little son of
Columbia are visiting at Ni . 0. Nvells'.
Mlisi '!V3e Welch is at Walliallia,
teaching inl the Oconee County Insti
Miss Florence Young, of Moreland,
Ga., is visiting her brother, Dr. W. A
1,ev. W. 1. lerbert returned Wed
nesday from the Wofford (o!lego coi
Mrs. W. S. B. Ford left on Wednes
day to visit her old home in the eastern
part of the State.
Mdgelield County sees Newberry one
better and elects her County DISpenser
Inl thle primary.
Mr. Albert Boyd, soi of Rev. D. P.
Boyd, arrlved home Wednesday fronm
M is$ Sarah lhism, of Baltimore, Md.
who Is visiting Mrs. W. A. Yonng,
will leave to-day for her home.
It is estimvated that the result of the
census now in progress will show the
population of Newberry to be 6,000.
NIrs. Wiilliams Welch of Baltimore,
Ald., Is visitii Mi Welch's parenIs in
this city. I)-. tnd] M rs. S. G. Welch.
Miss itssie carlirlu hab returned
from 11 Otiinore, where she has been at
tending th1ie 1 PCILh'Ody Institute of thatt
E-:ditor W. w >. Iloomi of The Ob
server~ bas ltn appoited a member
of the Sta I.e 1l'rohibition Camin n1n Comn
M r. .J. E. Normer 1, the enorgetic
and popular traveling representative
of The News and Courer, arrived in
the city yesLerdiay.'
Miss Lucile Saterwhitc of Garys,
who, has been attending school in Au
gusta, Ga., will retin home the I(ith
Instant to spend vaIcation.
Ih' J. J. Dominick, who recently
graduated with the first honor of his
class In medicine, has located at Poros
perity to practice his profession.
A f irmer ne e town Plowed up1) a gold
or gold-filled watch the other day. It
looks to have been a good watch and
secms to have been lost for a long time.
Miss Mary Burton, who has been
teaching the past session in the New
berry Graded School, is tie guest of
MI. Eugene F. Bates:- reenv ile
Miss Cecilia Cohn, who has been
spending a while in Newberry with her
uncle, Mr. Jos, Mann, left yesterday to
make her home for a while in Ashe
William HI. Wallace and family re
moved here from New berry yesterday.
[hey arc at, home in the Bates r'esi
denee, WVest Mieo avenue.-Green
vylle News, lUth.
Acttract,ive Invitations have been is
suted to the forty-first annual commoen
cement of t,be D)uc West Female college
which is to take plaec at l)ne Wecst on
t,he 20th Inst.
Mr. B. M. Wilson of Macon. Ga., has
been the guest, of lion. Ii. II Evans
this wveek. MI . Wilson is a genial and
popular gentleman, and has hosts of
The baccalaureate ser'mon wvill be
preacehed In the opera house Sunday
morning by the Rev. Prof. J. A. MVor'e
head. Services will begin at, 10.30. A
collection will he taken up to help de
fray the expenses of commencoment.'
Mr. and M rs. .J. 1H. Glasgow of GaInes
"ille, Texas, arc in the city visiting
relatives and friends. ''Back'" is ani
other one of Newberry's young men
who is succeeding in the Lone Star
Miss Nannie Simpson of Prosperity
has been re-elected to teach the Rteeder
ville sceol, situated near Independ
once. She closed her school about M ay
1st. The patrons are wvell pleased with
her conduct of the school.
The most thoughtful and handsome
clerk in Newborry sont cool and re
freshing drInks to some of The iIeirald
fore yesterday. If they give us a
chance, we'll whisper his name to some
deserving young ladies.
Miss E. Lilla Kibler of this city has
been re-elected as a teachcir in the Or
angeburg Graded School, where she
has taught successfully and satisfac
torily for the past flvo years. Miss
Kibler 18 expected home today to spend
Mr. L. C. Bloland, one of the most ex.
perlenced and puoptular knights of thc
grip sack on the road, was in town lasl
week. He represents the Atlantu Steatr
Candy Factory, wh ich has a well carnet
reputation for the purity and excel
hence of its goods.-Lexington DIs
'Void Steel or Dieath. ..
"T here is but one small chance tc
save your life and that is through atr
operat,ion" was the awful prospect sel
before Mrs. 1. B3. Hunt, of Limo Ridge
Wis., by her doctor after vainly try ing
to cure her of a frightful case of stom
ach trouble and yellow jaundico. He
didn't count on the marvellous power ol
Electric Bitters to euro Stomach ani
Liver troubles, but she board of it.
took seven bottles, was wholly cured
avoIded surgeon's knife, now weight
more and feels better then over. It',
p)ositively guw(ranteed to cure Stotmach
Liver and Kidney troublee and nevem
disappoints. Price 50o at all. drug
A111111F.ViLL. THE VICTOR.
jAI,ihevntei wVIin th et Twio out or Ti.rie,
I'ast Mlonday the Newherry teamli
Came in at 10.20 over the Southern, and
to be in the swim you had to talk baso
hal . Tim Niw berry teain Is composod
of fast, bal players and a clever or bet
ter set of ten atmong players would be
a rarity. They underst,nd anid play
A Mitiiag, i Cobb and Byers of the
homlic teamIll deserve much praise, for
they were disappointed In getting all
of thieir. players h-re on time, but will
not have ainty more trouble from now
on, as all tf players signed will likely
be here by Thursday.
Til I-, F WiT . AM P' - -MON iA Y.
Till game Monday evening was called
at .1 30 o'clock anod a large crowd gath
cred to see tl home team do up the
visitors. Weddington the North Caro
1i1nia pitcher, who hats such a big repu
tation, pitched for Newberry. Our
L-)ys goton to hira in the first inning
and before the game was over he had
been batted all over the field. Stew
art was in the box for the home team
and held Newberry down to a few scat
tering hits. Of the two pitchers Stew
art, pitched a much better game than
WCddington. Tihe score was C) to 8 in
favor of Abbeville. Umipire-. L.
The game yesterday was the best and
most ex-.iting game ever Phtyed on the
Abbeville ground. loth clubs played
great ball and from start to finish it,
was hard to pick the winner. The
only change in the Newberryi team was
the pitcher, Casa being in the '*ox.
lie pitche(d a nice game, but when
hits meant runs, he could not keep the
heavy Abbeville hitters from rapping
him for singles and occasionally a two
or three bagger. Gordon White was ina
the box for Abbeville. lie strck out
only two men, bot kept his hits scatter
ed and the ball was seldom knocked
out of the diamond. Gordon pitched
the greatest game of his life, and de
ser-ved lots of praise, as this was the
first gamie lie has played this season.
The score was 3 to 6 in favor of Abbe
Ville. Umpire-Chas. Hagley, of
G reenwood.-Press and Banner.
Abeville, .1une 11-The third gamile
of uall between Abbeville and New berry
was playe( this afternoon aild A bbe.
ville was for the t hird time victorlous.
Score. -1 to 2. IIt.teries: Newberry,
Weddington i und AilCrady: Ahheville,
Kappan an 1,111-ianham. lase hils--New,
berry 7: Abbeville 3. Siruck ot
Wedd'ngi on 5; Kaphan 2. Frrors--New
bprry 7. Abbeville 2. The fieldIng by
the Abbeville team was extraordirarily
fine.-Special to The State.
il IH VoU OlE AT PROSl'EICITV,
The Vo'ice of t1h ]' oplt Ha Ioll Movi di
From N. wherry awt l be l'uIuilled
The ra Unier Ntw Managee, ut
Tne Voice of the People its been
moved to Prosperity and the next issue
will be published from there.
The press and material Is being
moved down this week, the transfe' to
new hands having been made on Wed
Mr. W. It. Capers, who has been in
charge of the paper since Mr. F. V.
Capers went to Washington, has de
cided to take tup his old business in the
insurance line. anld will not leave us
ialtogether. Mr. Capers made many
friends while in charge of the paper
here since January 1st, and was a fair,
just and teasonab)le competitor.
The Voice at P'rospeaity, we under
stand, Is to be edited by Mr. A. E. P.
Bodenbaugh, with Mr. J1. P. Killebrew,
of Laurens, as manager.
Mr. fledenbaugh has had some cx
perience In the newspaper business and
Is quaLli fled to makle a success of It.
Mr. Killebrew is a good p)rinter and
will manage the mehanical p)art of
the paiper successfully.
Prosperity is a live town, and there
is n)a reason why3 aL papier cannot sue
(coed there. We wish the new manage
ment that suCCess they merit.
Thue Junior Oraiors.
Th'le .Junior class at, the College this
year numbers thirty-three, and while
speaking for the orrtorical medal Is
compulsory, It was decided that It
would be t,oo much of an undertaking
for all to sp)eatkc-takce up too much
ime; and the six y'oung ladles being
exemp)t, It was5 delded by the faculty
to have a trial con trst, to select eight to
contend for the medal. which was done
and the following selected with theIr
Geo. F". Claiassen, Trhe Age of Uni
J. B. Derrick, Man's Better Part.
E. 1E. Hlendrix, The Dreyfus Court
martial and its ehfect upon France.
W. R1. KCoon, Our Government a
H. C. Lorlck, Tlho Strength of the
Citizen Is the Strength of the atato.
W. C. Schaeffer,jr., LookIng Forward.
J. E Shealy, Our NatIon's Blight.
T.' E. Wicker, RetrIbution.
WUiSTIONS an hN8m8fl.
Question: Where should we buy
our Cooling Soda Drinks and Delic.
ious Ice Creams during Commence
Answer: At Polham's F"ountainm
in the Two Stores.
Q. Whore are the Two Stores?
-A. One, the Drug Store, next t<
the Savings Bank. The other, th(
Crockery and Lamp Store, just op
Q. 'Whore should I take ta)
Prescriptions from the doctor?
A. -'To Peiham's Pharmacy, wh~er4
the Best and Freshest Drugs an<
Ohemicals only are compounded b;
Skillful and Graduated Pharmacists
Remember the place.
The People Patronize
PE LH AM'9 PH ARMACY
Becanne it pavy.
This Sale Begins Fridal
Prices on all Article.
Bed-room Su its, Bc
Book Cases, writino I
Vashstands, BEod LG"ur1
Golden Oak Rockors i
reaIs, Wash Stands, I
Tables, Dressing Tat
Mattresses, Cook Stov
Frames, Picture Fran
Looking Glasses, Wind
1 Window Shades,Chin
Lace Curtains, Hall F
New Home, No. 9 Whi
sior and South Land !
Refrigerators, Ice Crer
Mattinlgs will be soltl only by
pieces Iu n11g from 2 to 211 yards e
charlgo for all Alitti)gs, Carp1ts 1111
Prive- for aIny titd overy articlo
- clnts worth or wl worthI. 'erm
Ost ihark whicl "are "'()x vg Ac.'d,
0 N Y (F - N A
1 2 3 I " 6 7
S is for repeat 1nd14 P is silent i
* bI Crs ( D'Ir1n 1 rug Stoe. tft f
\'.'e aw, Z--Hlng the bost "und patenit
L01ur Oh V:artlb for t:it). I.l I'ureel I.
TPooth , Nail 1 and I Ia ir l.ir)!1shesL -, amnd
vrush11 o fot ah k ind S, al, Gibie ' orl wl
Dr,uf Store. & ri f
T[oiltt . a1s, I'er r v an 11d Toi l t
Sponge(s- at. Gwl vhe' ( 1n' Dru1 mo re .
A ' 4. botit of ur111 no.i wi! . It
m1if)re al oili spous frI.m o, r :-1n
Cor-nolr D!hw Store. txi
Try wmr III'. hox or To'lit'l , 1) 1
(ies :Ten doors Sulran tc
prlicl on a Me
h r iW
-:e All cloSrdng
an andr have in l
n ahe shold,fwo
-highe g3rofadosi~e W or
).rll c n LaiOxord Si.h
t2.s le of the se i Ias
hey1(01 so uld, afor8eJtt i
Break in Hats. $tock brol
bult we are smash in the p1( rie no0
- - not selling them for funl, biut at
iiacrifico to maiko room.
Men's Furnishing Gooch~
-What are wo going to do?- -u
Mlen's igh0 cut bro-ins at 90c. al
rt, M. A. Ienwick's
Tihe jbl,! -it cot ahi at ever hap
pened iU Newberry j .ing on aIt
f tf NI. A. Itelwiek'.
llnwick hIas a fOw moro , r hose
Serge Suit. left that you can buy at
cost. f tf
Big line of (ra::1sh Sulit.. Serge Coats,
Aiaeat Coats and Vests, etc., at cost
this week ut Ienwick's. f if
All kind., of Iats ati lZonwick's ihis
week and next week at, cost.
Why is NJ. A. Ite.ick selling so
many good ? lecaust ).e is selliig
Clothilln S-hoo, and Hia's tt c os t. f t f
Drop i) i'. . .\. IZ.twick's this week
and buy ait Z1lit, hat ai pai of Shoes at
cost for ea". f t f
All Clothi g, Shoes and 1Luts lit cost
for cash at l. A. liNvi-k's. f t f
Ladies', Misses' anid ('hildrenl's ()x
ford Ties at cost for two wveeks at 11. A.
Re n w ick'. i Ltf
A big cost salo is going on1 at MI. A.
Renwick'r. f tif
U nibrelaw at.cost it NJ. A. 1Ienwick's.
Straw'I ila' i profUsi1 it COSt for
cash at Reinwick's. f tf
New lot Uf Summer Neckwear. at,
f tf Ienwics.
Big line of Stuitiier Underwe-ar at
f tf M. . Ienwick's.
Hciscr's and Crosset, Shoes for, men
at cost ait M. A . Rnwick's. f t1f
lig line of Negligee Shirts at M. A.
Itel wick's. f I f
Men's Suits, 1oys' Siu itand (C
dren's Suits at, cost at M. A. lItenwic. -
Clothing, Shoes and flats of aill k i -
at cost, ait M A. Relnwick's. f ti
Negligee Shirts iln profusion it
A. lienwick';. f if
Vici Kid s.,loes for mlenl inl Taln and
Black at co . for two i% e'ks at, N.
Henwick's. f (f
Best Ul -)I,La inl 1,hv worl for tleC
money alt Wootcl'.. t &f tf
Silk Glorhi 3mbr1ell:a, (8 cents at
Wooten's. t&f I.f.
We o ae llitn! the Is: Ist patent,
flur IM dO ,>V $1.1-5 C. . I. t'utreCI
New lot ot New I"Angland Watche."
just. in. Co11'.. inl and -,-t ns.
, if I.Oniel & Co.
A elbiolve essorI ment. of fre.l vatni
at G ildcr'r t orner l)rug oe. tDft I
We lit the 'iard to lit covrect, cloth ing
at right pri --s at Vooten's.
The best Cloth
have cut our pri4
ing this Spring th
Goods have cuti
The Tale Is Told i
amounts to this
former price $1E
$10.00 to $12.5(
This is the cut
boys and childre
astonish you, asit
Two Special Bargains.
Work Pants at 08 conts, reducod fr'om
$.1.00. Jeans Pants at 47 cents.
Those Pants are good, solid, well.
About Shoes- Prices that
Talk.-Laadies' Oxfords 80e., wert
Ladies' Oxfords $1.1, were $2.25,
Ladies' Oxfords $2.18, woero $3.00
A lot of Oxfords 418 cents regulai
price 75 cents and $1.25.
L THIRTY D)
) I)OLLALS WOIL11
1, J11110 15th, and Closes
i will be only 5 per cent. f
csteads, Wardrobes, Sid
Jesks, S af,es, White En;
ges, Single Lounges,TrU
n Leather, Cobler and Ca
ixtension Dininor Tbles
des, TabboreLs, Music
es, Rus, Clocks, Accor<
le Moulding, Carpuiets, I
ow Glass, Easels, Hall at
i Toilet Sets, Tin Toilet S
acks, Zephyr Screen D<
i eler & Wilson, Eldredg(
Sewing Machines, Orgc
1o roll of ov anbi, excopt rol[. alreoad
u-1h. (1ar1poli ano 111"onoilinls "\Ii bo
l'onlololnun; plit. t:.wn by fill) duriv," H
in m1y slto o will b oxactlyv i.; .lvvrtih
n ar t s t.et l as ,n grol s ch (a ,- 'I ldi tI
(' J D ('a Lj
Iboth mOOa . T Wi p c13nt. iS alboV
\ laso ' ''nt..r n I nb erA lw
\Vo w i tse'll yoa' eor ai hacIll a'hapj
cr t hanany one, 1 tow.' seo b1 c hwre
:T ry - ur i'Ta'ali l P 'owder,:! J bJir
a. lbox as .en '. Gi, ' n r
If V il l 11 ll 'n iI
Ini \3 a i'* Ti a~ aa i I Ila I
li v . l 'all %.ill IT !' Va ll I'
Id tothe people o
Suits. We have
-dler to run off the
's, Boys' and Chil
sted and Casimnei
rnd $8.79 for su
pring Suits reduc
on, and we have1
t is less than it cos
I.- houtgta ti rome. alous stock of S1umi
Hocks, ini fact a'a .rythlingl ini ti for
niinJg lino Ihto Seasoni he; boer1
late', anud we h:n~ 'a to tell thi'in at r'o
d1uicedIj prices. 'Th isI i; Jour onl); hope
and hnl 11 V w 'o vi on0 iart icle ii helpIj
w' to soll atthers, f. ar peop)l( loveai Ito l
a1 of low prcs D)o't getai itot you
hOadI that t hoseJ goods aretol 011ock
i- they omtbraco all thalt is~ newav am1
(o catchy in I th lilttlo fixinigs thaoitfme)
on Saturday July 14th.
Lbove ACTUAL COST.
eboards, China Closets,
imeled Bedsteads and
nks, Fine Reed Rockers,
ne Seats, Dressers, Bu
, Office Tables, Centre
Cabinets, Bed Springs,
leons, Pictures, Picture
Vlattings, Art Squares,
id Wash Stand Screens,
Zts, White Bed Spreads,
)ors, Window Screens,
, "B" Domestic, Excel
mns, Pianos, Lenoleuin
k elit. iavo Collmleral illiniber or
md inl anlY <1nantity wNviltod. WI
1t. PrIvo tho mallio wV110o r voi l bl%\
ni 4n10 at Iios prices. I havo Iw wo
0 1; 1. C 11 I N A
3 I 5 6 71 8 1 0
. tho vost of goods to got thfni lo th
Itil'0 |lot.I 'Io)wstOcks-- at (it! .k-w
ltrry lart-ware ('o.'s. f&t -It.
A Shoup\ Whore yo lt vant ( oL w hat yoll
Want andi whll'll YOUi W.til il..
T01".\1' I lUOS.
. I1 . Mana rer. t&ft
N-ihe t ilway wijll so]| liel:.
its. at n w vali - ts from Newberr
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fikilm'1? donI o aor .r I Iit' -. asi fo I
. o -I I wIb r ry or I Y )-, ow ritLy I II
C MIDI 1 ft we l V II c.,Ori
ko ukes no t1 be o h oIt
solci more Cloth
balance of Spring
cing by figures, it
e Suits at $12.98
its, former price
ed in same pro
riot forgotten- the
at prices that wiil
it to manufactuire.
-Oi wa-- HomebiIody P1nl1o(1 t.ho Iabor
I dashIery-- dead wron g.
Never So Low. - Cottonaides
I I anid I 2 centsu, justn the sameh kid
you hav beenlPOl pay ing I)15 and .18
4 cents for. 4f-4 Shirting at i cent.s,
4 i-4 Sea Islaind at i cenits.
r' You aill kniow what youi haivo boon
paying for thiese standlard1 goodsi.
Compare thoe pricos with others.