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There will be an exhibition of Mrs.
Rutherford's school, at Mt. Tabor,
April 20. The public is cordially in
vited and r(quested to bring bskets.
"I had piles so bad I could get io rest
nor find a cure until I tried DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve. After using it once
1 forgot I ever had anything like Pilee.l
E U. B, ice, S ,mers Point, N. Y. Look
out, for imitlations. l3v sure you ask for
DeWit,t,'s. Gilder's Corner Drug Store
Dr. J. 10. Bradasuaw % ill t,e in your
city for a few daym for the purpose of
fittIng glasses. Located at Reeder's
Pharmacy. t it
The finest line of millinery "ver
shown in Newburry, at Minnaugh's.
f t, 2t.
Ifave you seen that $5 00 Spring Suit
of clothing ? Its a bcauty, at Woot
You are tendered a cordial welcome
and polite attent ion we will be glad to
show you so i hat you may compare our
prices with any house in the business.
We assure you it, is no trouble to show
goods, as we know we have the pretil
est, and unquestio .ably the cheap-st in
upper Caro:ina, at, Fiynn's Cash store.
Iap-otery datne for March.
The sales at the dispen:,arv for the
month of March were: $3,696 12; in
voiced at $2 725 7.1, making a gross
profit of $970.38 'ho expeiises for the
month were $182 99, which left a net
profit of $187 39.
You cannot enjoy perfecthealth, rnsy
cheeks and sparkling eyes if your liver
is sluggIsh atnd your bowels cl..gred
DoWit,'s Liilc Early Risers cleanse
the whole s%st,em. They never gripe.
Gilder's Corner DruL Store.
There is no more douit about your
saving 15 to 25c. on the $1.00 and a
present throwii in fre- than' that the
sun rises in the Fast and sets In the
West when you trade at Flynn's Cash
Don't neLylvct, to have your eyes ex
amined. No charges for examination
by Dr. J F'. Bradashaw. Located at
t it Reeder's Pharmacy.
No more high prices in millinery,
Minnaugh killed 'em. f&t 2r.
I can show you tore new goods than
all the stores in Newberry combined.
Just follow ii.- erowds and you can't
miss us M innut1Lh. f&t 2t.
We are selling the
best patent Flour on
earth for $4.40.
Purcell & Scott.
At the Ventral Methodist church,
Rev W. I He-ri rt, p"s or, services
every aftertio. n n1 ' 4 -'c ock and even
ing at 8 o'olck his we k
At the c1sureh (of I.- It deemer. R.-v.
M1. G G h . r Im, to, -ervie s -very
Cv, niFg a. 7:45 ' v ,ek un I' Fr1a% it d
the to-r-vicets wi I tI- m nt lithe morning at
shte uidn't WV 'ar a St ,sk.
But her beaut y wvas coimpletely hid
den by sores. bIt,ehies and ptiples till
she used Bucklen's Arnics Malve. Then
they vaisled ats ill all E upt ions,
Fever Mores, Hilts. Uleers t arbiuncles
and Felmmns fr -m Its use. Iunfallble for
Cuta Corns, Burns. -"caids anid Ples.
Cure guaranteed. 25s at all druggIsts.
Just receiv-d a lot osf S etson's Spring
styles stilY hats at .laileson's.
Big hargains in ('owels, Oil Cloths,
Damask, Bleaching, Calicoes, Percales,
Brilliaints, Crepoius, Laharn Suiting,
Glomitane Waves una Black Grene
Kdines with p)resenits to all that bLuy
those immense bargains at Fl1ynn's
Cash store. 1t
Standard Calicoes at Ic. and 5e., at
Farmera Caln to Mu,et Saturday
Having seen a call from J. C. W'Il
borne for the farmers of1 this State to
meet and organize for their own pro
tectioin in the matter of reduction of
acreage in cotton, I hereby volunteer
to request all who feel an inter-est in
the matter to meet at Newberry on
Saturday next, the 6th inst., in the
county court house at 11 a. mn.
R. '. C. Hunter.
Old soldit-r's lexperience.
' M. M. Austin, a civil war veteran, of
WInchester, Ind., writes: "My wife
was sick a boug time in spite of good
doctor's treat menit, hut, was w holly
cured by Dr. Kinsg's New Life Pills,
which worked wonoters for her health."
L They always do. Try them. Only 25c
at all druggists.
1:member that we have a beautiful
t, a of Novelty Dress Goods,
selecti 'y., Wash SIlks, Organdies.
Dimetles, a Linens, C'heviots, Trim
Lawns P. Ks- ,;- g EdgIng at 4e, 10
miing-i 71c., iifm' it 5c. and a nice
pIeces Hlamburg, a I?ynn's C4sh
present as a gift as
Yesterday wvas snleday in April and
quite a large crowd was in town. The
only iale was by the vito~tr inm the case
of N. A Carlisle vs. Jno Batler Kinard
17* necres in No 9i.owmship toM. A.
CarLi.'le for $850
The Wheat bouse In the towin of
Prosperity as advert,ised by G. O Sale
attorney in tact was not sold on "ccount
of an objectiont by Mr. D. H. Wheeler.
Tot C.auses Hight Alarm.
ttOne nIgbt my ltrter baby was
taken with (3roup," wrl es Mrs. J C.
Sinder, of Crittenden KCy., "it seemed
It would strangle before we could gel a
doctor, so we gave It Dr.' King's New
Discovery, whIch gave quIck relief and
rmanently cured it. We always keep
tiIn the hous" to p rot.ect our chIldren
fromt ('roup at d Whonplux Cough. It
cured me of a chronin bro.chitI trouble
that no other reimedvy wosud relelve."
Infallible for Coughls, Colds Throat
and Lung troubles. 50e arid $1.00. TrIal
bottle free at all drugglst.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Mr M. A. Oarlisle is in Columbia on
Mr. Ed. Russ 18 spending a few (lays
in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Norwood and their
little son returned home Sunday.
Rev. Jno. W. Speak is in the city
visiting relatives and friends.
Mr. A. T. Brown went to Atlanta
yesterday to purchase some mules and
Mr. R. L. England of Spartanburg
was in town a few days the past week
Rev. H W. Lucas left yesterday for
a week's visit to his old home in Chester
Mrs. C W Bishop left yesterday for
a visit to relatives in Colum,ia and
Miss Ethel Reid of Chappells who
has been visiting Miss Hoeen Jones re
turned home today.
Mrs. Brown of Laurens came to
Newberry Saturday and is visiting her
son Mr. A. T. Brown.
Mr. Aumerlo Schumpert spent Sun
day in the city with his parents Mr.
and Mrs. 0. L Schumpert.
Miss Janie Vance of Clinton who has
been visiting at Mrs. Mattie Glenn's
roturned home yesterday.
Mr. Cf arlie Speek, who has been at
tending school at the citadel, Charles
ton, arrived in the city yesterday.
Miss Blanche Davidson who has been
leaching at Central Academy returned
home Friday. The school having
closed for the present.
Mr. Geo.T. Reid, of Chappells, passed
through the city yesterday on his way
to attend the United States court in
Charleston as juryman this week.
Jas. Y. Culbreath and I. H. Hunt I
Esq-. and Mr. Geo. McWhirter left for 1
Lancaster yesterday on business. They i
will also visit Charlotte N. C. before z
Mr. L. L. Littman is getting along
very nicely with his list of charter
members to the Improved Order of I
Eeptasopbs. He has some very promi
neut citizens on the list. t
Miss Sarah Spearmin of ilyer Street
who has been on an extended visit to
relatives in Charleston and Whitmires
arrived in the city yesterday and is the
guest of Miss Maud Langford.
Senator B. R. Tillman has accepted
an invitation from the literary societies
of Newberry College to deliver the lit
erary address to the students at
commencement in June. Ills presence
will add uuch to the Interest of the
occasion and a large crowd may be ex
Sheriff Buford received a telegram
yesterday saying that Jno Wiibanks,
Will Ore atid Alex Pritice who have
tieen wanted in Newberry since July 7.
1899 on the charie of stealing three
dogs from Mr. C. H. Shannon had been
arrested in Union and he could get
them. But later he received a second
telepram stating that they had given
bond f.r their ap)pearan,ce at the next
te*rm of court and had been relea,ed
Sheriff Buford never fails to locate
the guilty piarty when he gets started
You will waste time If you try to cure r
indigestion or dispepsia by starving 3
yourself C'hat only makes it worse
when you do eat heartily. You always
need plenty of goo-l food properly dii- ~
gested. Kodol Dyspeepsia Curs is the r
result of years of scientific research for /
something that would digest not otly ~
soeme elements of food but every kind.
Anod It is the one remedy that will do it '
Glider's Corner Drug St,ore.
Look out for Purcell i
& Scott's Prices. No a
matter what price you e.
are quoted you will '
always find us lower.
Meeting of the Jansem 13. Nance Vamnp. f
The James D. Nance Camp No. 336 U. ~
C. V. met In the court house Monday g
April 1, 1901 -at 10Oa. m. Commander j
J. W. Gary called the camp to order.
In motion, comrade W. F. Suber was
elected a member of the camp. The
committee appointed on the death I
of Colonel Bunt, asked for further
time and that comrade George John
stone be added to the committee whIch
was granted with the request that thef
committee report at the May meeting.
In motion the following committee r
was appointed to confer with the sons
and daughters In securing speakers and ~
make all necessary arrangements for ~
Memorial Day: Comrades 0.1L. Schum
pert, R T. C. Hunter and C. F. Boyd.
The following speakers were suggested
to the committee: Judge Pope, Rev.
John Kershaw, Col. Coward and Hon.
R B. Scarborough. In motion the en
tire camp was elected delegates to at.
tend the State reunion to b6 held in the
city of Columbia commencing May 8t.h
Spm. A committee was appointed con
tt fComrades L. M Speors, D). A.
Rtif, R. C. Hunter, H S Hunter
Ind lE HI AuT} to nominate one sponsor,
four maids of ~Jnor to represent the
camp at the State *en ion. After retir
inig for a short whb '3 the committee
made the following note ination: Spon
sor. Miss Neville Pp,and Maids of
Hotnor: Misses Douscha 'W'artin, Lucy
Speers, Bet tie Nel and No -a Lonae who
were unanimously elected ~%There be
ing no further business the mamp ad
journed to meet on 1st Mond 4v in May.
C. F? BOYD, J W tA RY,
Spring coughs are specially nigor
ous and unless cured at once, s .ious
results follow, One Minute Cough1 'ere
aets like magic It is not a common
mixture but a high grade remedy. Gil
dew's Corner Drugr Store.
A 11OMICIDIC IN TIHIC COUNTY.
Mr. W. W. Abratmi KnocICe tite it rad
by a Ngro-tlen Fro,m Viffreeta-Ne
gro Lsitgi<l in J-dil-Will bo
'r At ne'X. court for
On Friday morn Iig about 6 30 o'clock
Mr. Walter W. Abrams of the B.!th
Eden Section of this county was killed
by a negro, Pleas Gilliam. The tem
timony taken at the Coroner's inquest
geemns to show plainly that the killing
was nothing buti a brutal murder. It
seems that whenl Pleas Gillian, who
was working for Mir Abrams, caie up
to go to w.rk le was a lito l lat,e, and
Mr. Abrams asked him Wihy he was late
and told him that, he would have to
3hargo him for lost time. As he turned
away and st.a ted toward 1 he house i he
negro lilt hin) on the head with a rock,
:rushing his skull behind the e,ie. Mr.
00rama carried no weapons. He lived
-intil about 8::0 o'clock.
Two partIes were organiized for pur
luit, one of them Composed of men from
he town. Feeling ran very high, and
here was tilk of lynching the negro if
taught. But when captured Ihat after
oon about sixteen miles from I he home
if the murdered man, friends of Air.
%brams a(idvised against [lhe lynching,
Lud till the par les knowing that ho
vould be convict-d of his crime and
)mnishment meted out to him through
,he channel of the law, he was brought
,o Newberry and placed in jail.
Jim Ma ybin and . Mrs. Minnie
tbrams, wife of the deceased, were the
vitnesses I x unined at the Coroner's
nquest. Their testimony is as fol
I live at Mr. Abram's place in New
>erry eounty S C. On t he 29 h day of
darch 1901, 1 was at Mr. Abram's
ilace. Pleas Gilliam came up this
niorning a little after the bell rang,
,bout 6:30 o'clock, to the lot. Mr.
Lbrams asked him why he was late, he
vas ioing to chargo him for lost time.
4r. Abrams got on his horse, then be
ot down with his knife open aml Pleae
]illiam run. Mr. Abrams was about
welve feet from his horse when he was
:nocked down. Pleas was running from
4r. Abrams, then Picas stopped and
it Mr. Abrams. Mr Abrams was
tooped down when Pleas hit, him.
4r. Abrams was facing Pleas when
e was hit. I got to him just
fter he was hit. I dii not Bte any
:titfe Me and Sam bi'ought him to
he house. Pleas was 20 feet, from Mr.
Lhrams when he hit him When he
-ot down he had a knife i his hand.
)on't. kiow if he had it when he was
it or not.
Jim x Mayhin
MRS MINNIE ABRAMS
I am the wife of Mr W W. Albram
)n March 29th, 1901 about 6:30 o'el ek
Ir. Abrams and Pf,as Gilliam were at,
he lot. Mr A brams taid to P ens,
You got, hele too late, you will have
Slose onle half day 'Then Mir.
.brams jumped off the horse. PI'as
ad two, rocks In his hand and told Mr'
Lbr'ais not to come to him. Then Mr.
Lbrams stooped down to p)ick Up) some
ocks. Tihen Pleas hit him in the head
[r Abrams dlid not hiove no knife for
had it myself. When Pleas hit Mr.
Lbr'ams then he ran. Pbeas did not
un till he hit Mr. Abraims Nit.
thramns died about 8:30 o'clock. Dr.
laldwell was here when Mr. Abrams
led. I was only a short distance from
Ir. Abrams. Minnie A brams
The following gent.kemen comp)osed
be jury of the hiquest whbich was held
t Ren wick's quarter on the evening of
[arch 29th, 1001:
M. A. Roin wick, Foremen, C. S. Su
i'r, S 0 B .ker, W. T Baker, M. MI.
aker, J. 3. Baker, W. P. MceCollough,
, M Wicker, J. H Wicker, D B.
'rainklin, W. iH. Shannon, J. B Cro
1'ra and C H. Shannon.
Thn verd'ct of the jury was "that the
aid W Wi. Abr'ams came to his deathb
-omn a blow on the head with a brIck
at thrown by the said Pleasant nil
am on the 29th day of March 1901,
oma which blow the said W. W.
~brams came to his death."
A Deep, Myetery.
It is a mystery why wom"n endure
~ackache, HIe"dache, Nervousness,
leeptessness, Melancholy, Falt.t!ing
nd DIzzy (4pe'lls whena thousands have
rove<t that Eliectric Bitters will
uickly cure sueh troubles. * I suffere.d
r years with kldnaey trout>le," writes
Irs Phebe Chierley, of Petera-on, Ia..
'and a lame hack pained me so I cou'd
lot dress myself. but EIcetrio Bit te'r
wiholly cured me, and, althoaughl 78
ears old, I now am able to do all my
oausework ." It overcomes Conel Ipa
ion. improves Appetite, gives perfect
cealth. Only 50o at all drugglets.
Every man, lady and
oy should have a good
:ime piece. Come and
uy it of us as we have
i large selection.
If your watch, clock
r jewelry needs re pair
aring it to us and we
Nill put it in good or
We also have a nice
Wear and Glass.
At $10 Men's SU
This head line means exactly
believe. They are fresh, new Sui
summer fashions, made to retail
the best $10 Suits ever offered in la
and cutaways, in cassimeres, fan
as good as Italian cloth--high c
These suits are as good in materi
tailor made suit.
At $15.00 a gem of a suit, one that is a
little better than any we have
ever seen for the money. Fashionable in style
and the proper thing in fabric, real Italian cloth
lining, cut full-guaranteed to fit right-have
to see them to fully appreciate what a fine thing
they are for the money.
About clothes for th
Suits at 50c Nobby At $1.50 " " m izes "t
snitt 5 15 y ears, aill t1he
to 14 years --kneo pants, light and latest plaids in Union Cassimeros.
dark stripes, double brensted, two out Wo lmnt ion t his snit because solme
side pockets, ext ra woll mado-othors stores are asking $2 00 for the saime
got twice this price. suit.
Mrs. Jane Hopkins "h $ 5
the most tasty, neat and ( ressy st% li's for t lh(, lit t Io
folks certainly strnek a rosponsivo chord in tho knee pants,
heart of every mother, and the Jane H.pkins cliil years, worth
dren's suits are too well known to rvquire any pliff
ing We have them-sizes 3 to 8 years-at $2 50 At$2.50 t
to $5 00. They have a military and jaunty appear Rt, cout, pants and Y
ance, which is very pleasing. dressy looking.
The Shoe StorE
We find that during the last year the S
makes it possible to get better stock for the sai
A ' ies 9K8 d. r pssy' " ' At $1 25
A Shoe at 9 C and c..mm11)I.I' , liwe It
atod button, all tiz(S. H,ivA alwas sold at spring hel, opera ant(
ofr soleted leathers, a
Zeigler Bros. and *+
Lilly Brackett Shoes At 98c ^~ "'" 'or.n'nn
Always popniar with buy ers oif good ,is cll0 l n.t adl enupto
footwear-we sell t hem at less thitiia O,10 tr. ir boes look 1 ewll wg ar h
they are sold in the cities where they yoelia hoanhyw.lwa
Men's Furnishing Goods ^ -)t v dejnP,~al
Tecks, Imperials, Band and Shield Bows, Windsors- all except ionially good
styles, 25c to 50c.
Newi StylIe s inMnsadBos anee shirs madto of
Garnr Prcae, xtr widh, ulllenth,fast
colors, three st3 les, some collars aitnheel, some reailar value,
with 2 detached collars and some without collars, e 80-'S cents.
~i I. O.-.-. 1.50 with white collars, ''thers hatvei two colored
collars same as shirt.
At 5c per Yard 4 4 A. A. A. Greenville sh.estin~g, heavy and solid,
Look not upon the wine when r'ed. A double wedding' might, be properly
rhis of course doesn't ;apply to cham-. called a fouir-in hand tic,
Those famous lit,le pills, DeWitt's ATs oiifo s cgaa
Lit tle Isarly Risers will remo". aill im- ''I coi.sider' Chamberlin's CougihRim
purities f rom your syste'm, cleanase your ed y il heCMet in) thei worldi for, bronchi
bowels, make them regular. Gilder's lAs'" s,ys Mr. William Savory, of War
Corner Drug Store. ringt.on, E'.gland. "it has satvedl my
I wif, 's life, she haivineg been a martyr to
Azealot is o who will commit a brotnehitis for over six years, being
crime in order to uphold the stan,dard mfost of t.he I time contfined to her bred.
of morality. Mne Is IIe' (jluite well.'' Soldi by W E
iThe lietat IHemedy f..r iltheenm&ar.
QUICK RELII1 FROM PAIN. ihocar801gbldu.
All who use Chamberlin's P~aig Balm
for rheumat,,sm are delight,ed withb the
quick reli f from pai which i r u tfor'ds, UlMa.aIr,,In ~It
When speakIng of this li'. D N Sinks, \ iit (eIe UtlL.(f o rM
of Troy, Ohio, says: "So,me time awo Ilhitiui. Iu'e*'notrofin'm
had a severe attack of a he'tmat,iam in I ir l (~ tw ie ena' 11
my arm atad shoulder. I nred nhervous CI!,8~*)ii e h ul 4V''
remedkes htt got n-, telie'f unt,il I wasWtetI(I ill Iad'atfuIolwhh
recomumended biy Mes%rs Gel). P' Par'k-e nlwie , ri, itnlmre u
1ons & Co., druwg ists of :.hhisrplace, to wt oa ee n etkduiL h ey
try hamberlin's Pain Balm Tihsyey e 'til er a uin hm
r'comtmeoied it so highhi that I bought,bri' u iUiid o ~vr'cl
a b'ottle. I was soon relle)ved of all a httm,wihseir oteiv
pain. I have sinc'e r'c!ommeinded thuis le''i( ikl ha iuh oi o
liniment to many of my frIends, who msl.I ce i. llii!adIh
agree with mne t hat it, is the best remedy ~Lit nltv L.o'' metrl
for muscular rheuma,isam in the mar- wt ie et~.tvtla.dt cnw
kot "F'orsateb~ W.E R'ham. lt1d.' sa moo weidowe ho ca' hery.
Ra ih Illearsorgbbdup
things. h~avouh a niae elephne
Ski tr ules cus,hura, cads nd farionhc h oek angeto, los.
W Itt's Witch, 11 ez..ThSmpson,It. irgimi- -nrter of f arh'ins oie mil
tat 'd. 3e ~i'c e I gotD .'Vits. til , t' a'ted m.vrhx w urntedy.
de'sConr ru toe.er lse byg WhE R--eyoa.vrecl
its, Worth $12.50.
what it says, although it is hard to
Ls, the very best of the spring and
it $12.50, and we believe they are
lewberry. We have them in sacks
cy cheviots, black worsted--lining
lass tailoring and perfect fitting.
al, style and finish as any $15.00
A t lot, of S"its o ought of " "a"nturer to
closo out a Ii no--- wo got. t hen for loss than the
cost, of matorial and m;khilg, in fact. tho nianuetil-t-urers' prico on them
Was $5.75 to $1.50 --w )o1ght- the whole lot iii a it mp--cassiiores,
choviotm atiI worstitots. A man who coild not get SUITED in theso suitE
at $5 would bo har(d to SU I r-a riar blrgain-just ask to so( thOU , you
will bo surprised whon you soo what you can got for $5.
e boys and children.
At $2.00 Anologant (,r-i At $2.50 rogular$.00
ation i cld. Suit, sizes 7 to
dron's suits combino dnintimHK nmitl I yevar, doublo breastod-inado
duribility, owod with iron grip tit itch right-- mado to stand hard wear.
dii ihiity sevodivi ii rOn gr l~Mt Wo have tll(,Ii ill elloioi~ ts IIII( eltfiai
---Will not rip-cheap at $2.50. -vt m vtn a
$5 A dain- $2.50 to $12.50 YouthR 81148
ty suit, tll kind
sizes 8 to 16 Ftyieg ititsHimorcs, wothivui atid eiioviots. A(lo
nspection. by roputublo manuramitro,--no swont-ihop work.
o $6 T.hroo loking over t hi him a,k to seo our $7.50
P1) ~ (1 0 (( boy tnt-thoy looli liko $1200) Muitti aind would
'It-aliiti i cut ftnd
b$ cht$p .t. "$ 10 00.
f NaW berr Y
hoe business has turned a summersault, which
bne money than form erly-no shoddy goods.
1d0i.-M' D)ongollSiI At lokn over thist ly faos alod optlior ir
L otnld bnitto, helI and Jboyr u- lo ifo ".0()Iui'ts no -- ll
I colllon l ss I I. sI) Ivi, 1li11OH Ilid sizol-:1 shupoly sho tha att COM
huo b uttor at th prico, bines cornedt i a griscafui l ioct. W havo iold
I-hosO 1Hos for miX 30mrs an<l never had a complaint.
At . * o J"" ' A t $1.0 solid
mnici in wine i r n r e.d lace con- MVIen's B rogan h S ew ~ed,
tiress anrd buton, black, tan b.. x calf -
vi ci k 1d, un d , customi anfd colOn ai~ ri vi ted sides, oak tann
to-atiis and1 w "t.i-al'liis ed leather soles, prices
(st Seoi' lats mAn.1)1en 1(r cetii elsew he re $ 1 25.
10Oc to 50c Men's Hosiery, new styles,
blaks,tans and fancy.
Standard Prints 3 V per pard. PRit1NTS, all the latest novol
_____________________i 10 at thoii very IOWest prices.
H t! ts!'A5s stock over dlisllaiyed in Newborry.
Sft. and stiffl hats of allI gradIos. J. B. Stetson
spring sty lea just, receivedl.
Straw Hats Other years we bought
. large stocks of straw
goods, but this year we bought more than ever
before. They are the products of the best mak.
ers in the land. All the styles and prices.
-Head to Foot Clothier.
The detetive'si salary Is alwa3s aspot
The Etet flood Punrifier.
The blood is co-istantly being p)urifl
rd bythe lungs, liver and kidneys. 1M"l~i i l fBI V'~
Keep Ihbese organs in a healthy condi.
tion and thce bowels r'eguliar and youi
have no neced of a blood purlifier. F?or
this purp,se there i:' nothiner equal to Prices are lower and
Chamberlin's Mr..ma.ih and Li1ver Taba q u ! ity better.
1. t.s, one dose of them will do you miorei
good than a dollar hot ti of the best Our new good's a.re
blofd iiir ilc,2 in' m,arriving d a ily, and we
;les ree lL -can certainly interest
Virtue is it own reward-and no you in prices, styles
q""ustsasked. ,an dquahity. All we ask
"Last winter I was confined to my is that youi inspect the
hed with a very had cold on the lungs, go.ods an d get ''our
N thne avemu rellef ["naully my ,
wife b"u'ht a btlofOeMlnu'c prce before buying.
Cough (.o that 'trfeced n speedy eure. courteous attention
I cannot, sp"-ak "'o hhrhlv 'if 'hiar excel- s
lent runmedi,".Mr. 'I. K. TIous..man, sown all, whether you
Maniarawney, Pa. Gider's Corner wish to purChase or
Drug so. . __not. Next week we will
That rnan is generous to a fault whona e sm fiu s
never corn cts it.thtwlsupiey .
"r have b)een troubled with indigest- Fulsok fB ter
ion for ten years have tried manly things c Faho B ok an
and e-pont, mueh money to no purposePatrso hnd
unt,il I tried Kodol [DyspopAla Cure. I
havo taken two bottles and got,ton moreYurfobsie,
relief from them than all otheor medI
cines taken I feel more lIke a b'w than R
[ have felt for t.wenitv venre." Anderson u w~
ieges of Sunny Lane' Tex. TIhensandls ii~
hsve testified as did Mr. Rtigge. Gilder'sS JE W U L I