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"eath of n 1,aa t.
The infa %. child of Mr. and M.s. J.
W. Earhart%-, died at Hi-ir resI(cle.,
Friday night, l7LI. 1118t. The littloone
was buried Saturday afternion ..t Rose
Mr. Jas. 11.Abriams and Miss Lidy
Leo were married at tie hone of the
bride in Union County on Wednusday,
12th inst. Sheriff Buford of this city
attended tha marriage and reports a
most delightful time.
Will Donugins Shot..
Saturday night Mr. Canmon G. Bcase
and Will Douglass, colored, had sole
words, when Mr. Blease pulled his pis
tol and shot Douglas In the left thigh.
The ball went through the leg and
Douglas Is pretty badly hurt. We sul
poso the alfair will be aired In the
courts, hence will not go Into details
She Didin't Wear a Mask
But h 'r beauty was completely hid
den by sores, blotches and phnples till
she used Bucklen's Arnica1olve. Then
they vanished as will all 4ruptions,
Fever Roree, Boils, Ulcers, Carbunicles
and Felons from its use. tfallible for
Cuts Corns, Burns, Sealds and Plies
Cure guaranteed. 25o at all druggists.
County Pension Hoard.
The County Pension Board was in
session pretty well all dlay yesterday
oonldering claims for penslons. As a
result of the day's work 10 clahns were
approved and 6 disapproved. Three
were passed over to be acted on at a
future meeting of the board. During
the past year nine persons who have
been drawing pensions died.
The board will meet again nex. Mon
day, and this will be the last* meeting
at which ;.pilicants can putt in claims.
Old Soldier's Experience.
M. M. Austin, a civil war veteran, of
Winchester, Ind., writes: "My wife
was sick a long time In spite of good
doctor's treatment, but was wholly
cured by Dr. King's New Life Pills,
which worked wonders for her health."
They always (1o. Try them. Only 25c
at all druggists.
Always In a Runh.
Ono of our exchanges says: A news
paper Is always printed In a rush.
There Is always something in it that
should be left out, and something left
out that should be put in. It Is some
thing too quick to act, but with its
faults and shortcomings, there is more
education In a bright newspaper than
there is in any novel. You will find the
brightest boy on practical, sensible,
every-day questions is the boy who
reads the newspapers.
A Deep Mystery.
rt is a mystery why women endure
Backache, leidachs, Nervousness,
Sleeplessness, Melancholy, Painting
and Dizzy Spel4s when thousta,uls have
proved that Electric Bitters will
quickly curo such troubles. "I suffered
fory years with kidney trouble," writes
Mrs. Phebe Cherley, of Peterson, Ia..
"and a lame back pained mue so I could(
not dress myself, but E!ectric Blitters
wholly cured me, and, although '73
years old, I now am able to do all my
i')usework." It overcomes Constipa
tion, Improves A ppetite, gIves perfect
health. Only 50o at all dIruggiate.
A Neat Store.
Messrs E A. Grilflio & Son now have
one of thec neatest and most comp Ilete
stores in the up-.country. The inlerlor
of the store has been neatly p)ainted
and neat and convenient shelving and
boxes arranged in a manner p)leasing
to the eye as well as convenient to the
clerks and customers. The stock has
also been renovat,ed and replenished
and everything is up-to-date. Messrs.
B. F. Grillin, Jno. B. Grilin vind J. TP.
Mayes are always present and pleased
to serve their friends. Call aroundi( and
visit the now flirm', they will be p!eased
Eto welcome you.
Exposure to Wett.
ampness and cold, invavriably results
n a sudden.chill, which If not attended
o lmmediateiy will cause ai cold. By
ilxing a teaspoonful of P'erry f)avis'
ainkiller .in half a glass of warmi
Water or. milk, the whole system will
a heated and the danger of cold
voided. Avoid luhstitutes, t,her'e is
ut one Painkiller, Perry D)avis'. Price
5e. and 50o.
"Music Hlas Uharms?5
SWho Is there that (does not like vnusic
and especially line music? "A Breezy
ie" has a flne brass band and orches
a, playing notinvg buvt the very beat se
ctions, and those who wavnt to hear w ill
ye a chauce at the opera house Sat
res Liancer, Blooud Poison, Eating Sores
Costa Noihing to Try.
Blood poison and deadly cavncer are
o worst snd most deep-seated blood
seases on earth, yet the easiest to
re when Blotantic Blood Balm Is used.
you have blood poison, producing uil
s, bone pains, pimples, mucous
cohes, falling hair, itching skin,
ofula, old rheumat,ism or offensive
m .of catar'rh, scabs avid scales,
dly cancer, eating, bleeding, fester
sores, s,wellings, lumps, pers~istent
rt or sore, take Botanic Blood Ilalmi
B. B3). It will cure oven the worst
o after everything else falls. B. B.
drains the poison out of the system
the blood, then every sore heals,
king the blood pure and rich, and
iding up the broken down body.
arico Blood B3dm (B. B. B.) the
ghly teuted for 30 years. D)rug
es, $1 per' large bottle, TrIal treat.
' free by writing Blood Balm Co ,
nta, Ga, Describe trouble and
*medlcal advice given until cured.
.B. does vnot contain mIneral
e or moronry (as so vnany adver
remedies do), but is composed of
'Botanic Ingredients. Over 3000
noials of cures by takItig Botanic
Bairn (B. B. B.)
VARIOUS AN ALL ABOUT.
Seo notice of teachers' examination.
Nr. T. G. Williams had a good horse
to (i Saturday.
NIr. Will Cromer is on his rounds in
the county taking returns of taxable
Music, the latest songs and dances
abound in the newest, "A Bievzy time.'
herifil Buford went to Spartanburg
yesterday after ia negro. lie will return
with bmn today.
Jmieson, the clothier, is giving gen
unie bargai ns. The very best clothing
on the market at half price. See what
Mimnaugh announces that his great
cost sale continues. RIead sone of the
prices he quotes in this paper and see
if they are not eye-openers.
Fish Johnson, colored, a faithful old
negro who had been living on Mr.
Wallace Cromer's place for several
years, died a few days ago.
Mr. J. T. Mayes is with the 1,. A.
Grillin & Con,pany and will be pleased
to have his friends call on him there.
Ile can servo you with the best.
There seems to be a tendency aiong
some of the boys of Newberry to leave
their "happy homes." They will boon
find that there is no place like "old
Nowberry" and come wandering back.
Rev. N. N. Burton will preach at
Fairview church on next Sunday
morning at 11 o'clock. Mr. Burton
will hereafter preach regularly at this
church on the fourth Sunday of each
Representativo Arthur Kibler spent
Sunday at home.
Miss Mtssia Williams, of Clinton, is
visiting Mrs. W. K. Sligh.
Miss Janie Vance returned to her
home in Clinton last Thursday.
Miss Douscha Martin is in Abbeville
visiting her sister, Mrs. T. W. Sloan.
Mr. J. Fred Schumport, sergeant-at
arms of the State Senate, was up from
Mr. Claud Williams, of the Southern
Railroad Shops, Columbia, spent Sun
day with his parents at Helena.
Senator Mower came iup from Colum
bia and spent Saturday and Sun
day at home. There was no session of
the Senate on Saturday.
Mr. Guy Daniels, the Jeweler, went
to Charleston last week and took in the
E'xposition. Ito also visited the Buff
alo Exposition, and says that when the
exhibits are all on and nll the buildings
are completed, that the Charleston Ex
position will be far ahead of the Buff
"A Serioui Thought."
There are moments in every man's
life when lie looks for something to turn
his thoughts from thn serious sido
thereof. In this respect nothing is
nore suited than a good, first-olass farce
comedy. We have it. "A Breezy
Timc," complete with comedians, ac
tors and singers, and Its own silver
tonied band. At opera house Saturday
"LanIICi TO no wHITING AT HIOMIt.
TWVENTY DOLLAl(S A MONTH."
Joei E5 Smith Arrested by Gloverniment
oincials for Using the Mall, for Frauc!
Chattanooga, Trenn., Jan. 18.--Post
ollice inspector in charge, Williams,
has been notified by Inspector Peer,
that Joel E. Smith, editor of a weekly
publication at Monticello, Fla , has
been taken into custody charged with
using the mails for fraudulenit purposes.
Smith, it is charged, has beon adver
tising "for ladies to do writing at
home," an1d offering them $20 a month
for their services. He has been held
in a bond of $1,000.
The Negro Caughmt.
In our last paper we mentioned a
robbery that had occurred at Mr. S. B.
Jones' store, and also stated that the
police were working up the ease.
Chief Hunter and his assistants have
succeeded in cap)tu ring the guilty party
who turns out to be Jack Willia-ns, one
of the colored -work hands about the
store. He was shadowed by the p)olie
from the very time the robbery oc
curredl until captured at the train the
next night while attempt,ing to leave
t,be town, when suflicient property was
found on his person to prove him the
thief. lie finally broke down and con
fessed t,he robbery.
A Fall that Resuttedl in Death.
Rulf Turner, colored, who has been
living on the M. E Gilliam place, was
in Newberry Ohiristmias eve and loaded
up pretty well with Christmas whis
key. On his way home, while near
the railroad crossing at Jalapa he fell
from his wagon and was hurt. F'rom
the time he fell until he died on last
Saturday he never recovered the use
of his body.
The Aud,itor's App,oint,mnts.
The Auditor has startedl out on his
rounds of the county for the purpose of
taking returns of the taxable p)rop)ert,y.
Hie will be at the places named at the
time stated for the purpose of taking
returns andl for the convenience of the
A.t Maybinton, January 21st.
At Walton, January 22nd.
At Pomaria, January 23rd.
At Jolly Street, January 24th.
At Sligh's January 25th.
At O'Neall's, January 27th.
At St. Luke's, January 28th.
At Prosperity, January 29th and 30th,
And at Nowberry until Feibrury 20th,
after which time the law requires ai
penalty of 50 per cent, to be added.
A )ILIGuirui, NTEICTAINIEN".
To boivetn UnIer tho AuRpices or tihe
Daugiters of the U(11nn%eIracy.
Mr1'. I). L, Iuftwhih, on' of the Mosi
deligitful enter-tailners ever heard, will
appear at, the opera house on the eve
Ding of leebruary 3rd., under the at
spices of the Daughters of tbe Confed
eracy. The object of the entertailmeni
is to raise funds with which to murk 1:
Confederato graves that are unmarked
in Rosemont Oemotery. The operii
house should be packed as it, never wt
Reserved seats :15e., general admis
THE1' M OST D-.:,AG II'rIO1.' LE-N T ERT AtNI-At
Mr. DoughF Lce Leftwich is by far
the most delig' - ful entertainer I have
over heard. lie brings before his au
dience a vivid picture of the conditions
which existed in the South many years
ago, and which are now rapidly passing
away. His conception of the old-timo
darkey is excellent, and his delineation
of negro dialect is per-ect. It is refresh
ing to note the naturalness of Mr. Lef t
wich as contrasted with the labored ef
forts of many who appear before the pub
lie in the role of minstrel or imperson
ator of the Negro. Mr. Leftwich affords
an evening of wholesome mirth. Ills
songs, jokes and recitations are chaste
and beautiful. I have heard him often
and never has there been any feature
which would be objected to in a church
entertainment. I most cordially com
mend him to the public.
Rev. Sparks W. Mellon,
Pastor Franklin Square Baptist
Uhurch, Baltimore, Md.
A B.AD NEGRO.
"Crick" Young Was Hard to Uatch-Magls
irate hAp11pell Gives th0 County the
Bonefit, of his Evil Doing'.
For several days the citizens of ward
four have been terribly disturbed by a
loafing negro, "Crick" Young. His wife
or concubine cooks for Mr. W. T. Tar
rant, and because she did not do to suit
the loafer lie gave her a severe whipping
at Mr. Tarrant's back gate on the 16th of
this month, and continuously since that
time he has been standing around the
over-head bridge where lie could see the
approach of the officers, when lie would
break through some one's back yard and
make good his escape.
On last Thursday evenigin just as iag
istrate Chappell was going home lie saw
the notorious "Crick'' beating his wife
again at Mr. Tarrant's back gate. The
magistrate juaped front his buggy and
made for "Crick," who ran through the
Mazyy back yard, thence through Dr
Pope's yard, jumping wire fences as lie
went until lie got fiially away. The
next day he came back to Mr. Tarrant's
again and Chief Hunter, assisted by Mr.
B. T. Bishop, gave him a tremendous race
through Factory Hill, and one of the
citizens seeing the negro rining and be
ing pursued by the officer undertook to
head him. The desporate negro at once
drew his pistol and the citizen having no
fire arms stood back, and again "Crick"
made his escape. So when magistrate
Chappell went home Saturday night he
told his constable, C. G. Blease, that
wvhen he camne to his office Monday
morning lie wanted him to hav'e ''Crick''
there waniting for him. The constable
was equal to the emergency. So lhe got
policeman Franklin and his best man,
Mr. Ii. T. Bishop, to assist him. WVhen the
magistrate caine to his ofhice Monday
morning Mr. Blease very gracefully pre
sented the desperado to magistrate Chap
pell, who gave "Crick" thirty days on the
county chain ganig athard labor for seven
dlifferent ofTences which is a total of
t,wohuindred and ten days.
So the county gets the bened t of
''Crick's'' wrong doinigs, and the pe(op)le
all say good1 for magistrate Chappell.
An Exorcise in spahling.
- Some of you who think you are well
up In spelling, just try to spell the
words i this little sentence: "It Is
agreeable to witness the unparalleled
ecstasy ,of two .harassed peddlers eni
deavorinig to gauge the symmetry of
two peeled pears." Read it over to your
friends and. see how many can spell
every word corroctl y. The sentence
contains many of the real puzzlers of
the spelling boook-Ex.
Little Oscar-Oujr Angel One.
Only son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Z,obel
who died at Helena, January 12, 1902.
Aged 3 yearn and two months.
lie was nearing childhood's happy ago
We joyed to think it nigh;
And did not think that ore It came
'lie would be called to die;
Bunt, when the angels camne for him
He gladly wont on high.
To be him self ain Angel, whore
He'll join the Angel's song,
There blessed song of peace, Oh, there
We'll join him. Is it wrong
To offer tip to God our' prayer,
That though the time be long.
We'll surely see our cherub child,
H is joyful song we'll hoar,
And that, among the Angel band,
We'll know our one so dear;
Until that time, [Lord, let us feel
lie he not, far, but noar'.
By a Friend.
Helena, S. C.
Tot, Causes Night Alarm.
"One night my brother baby was
taken with Croup," writes Mrs. ..
Hinder, of ('rittendoni, Ky., "it seemed
it would strangle before we could get a
(oteetr, so we gave it Dr. King's Now
Discovery, which gave quick roller and
p ermaniently cuired it.W always keep
iti in the house to protect our children
from ('roup and Whooping Cough. It
cured me of aechronicobronchiial trouble
that no other reined y would releive."
Infallible for Ooughs, Colds, Trhroat
and Lung troubles. 50o and *1.00. Trial
bottle free at all druggists.
costs only a
pound, and i.
bctter at its
It makes mo
Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by S1umme0r 10ros.
Shoulders .......-----............ .8c.
H alm s -. --------..... --.......... 12(all -e.
Best,ard ............... ........... gg 124e.
Best Molasses, new crop ...... e.
Corn ........................ ..
Mal ...... .............
Hay-......... --................ $1.00
W heat Bran .................... . . 1.25.
1 st Pate nt Flou r.................. $5.25
2nd Best Flour................... 4.75
Strait Flour........................ $4.50
Good Ordinary Flour...........4.00(84.25.
Sugar -------............ ......... W"aSMe.
R I e .........-...................... . 5 8 c.
Coffoo-..----........................... 1 1 5 C.
Cotton seed meal, per sack... 1.25.
Butter, 1)01' I.b ............ 15('-20c.
Eggs, per dozen ................7.
Chickens, each.................... 15(a25c.
Corn, per bush 31..................85c.
S weL )Otatoes .................... 60q(Saoc.
Turkeys, per lb............. 6() 8c.
'e Ns, per bushel................ '85C.
We need room, the
goods must get out.
FORtHREN '-Bhacksmnith Shol. and
eigh t roomls for- renit.
AitRs. Lt. L. PAYSINGERt. 6t
BOARDlEDRS WANTEMD-1 i prc
pared to take several boarders.
Apply at the lohnstone house opposite
Thomp,son Street Church.
2t LIVI KIBLII,
1P AIRl NG old and new. Pi utting
down Carpets and Alatting, recan
ig Chairs, Upholstering Lounges
Sofas, cec. P rices moderate. Leave
orders at HIerald and News offlece.
1f WESfA'V MI'ANS.
I WANTECD-A ssistarnt,
teacher for Chappell'm School for
inexpired term of -1 months. Salary
$20 to $30. per noth. For further in
Board Trustees Chappell's School,
tf Chappeli's, S. C.
advertis e m e n t and
you will see who quote
the lowest prices.__
C"ALLt at The Hieraldl and News oflice
'for Labo' 'sontracts, Rent con
tracts, Liens, etc.
200,000Ofeet of Lum -
ber for sale. Quick de
livery. Apply to S. B.
Aull, Jalapa, S. C._
(bFLICC HOUR()JJS--Pe'rsons having
b-'usi ness with the County Super
intenident of Education will please cal)
at, his ofice on Mondaya and Saturd ays,
as those are his oflice days.
tf IEug. S. Woerts, Sup'L.
No matter what pri
ces are offered you, I
will aliways be lower.
LUM BE1R FOIlt SA LE-Good sound
- Rouighedge at 100 per hundred.
Square Lumber at 50c. We are also
prep)ared to fill bills on short notice.
LONG & JIAVIRID,
tf Silver' Street, S. C.
SMTIH BROS0.' Roller Mills, at 1(1
'nards, 8. C., will grind on Fridays
and Saturdays of each week. t & f l6t.
M14^LS served ln good style, the
very best the market afTords at
R. J. Miller's restaurant, near p)ost
oce. t & ftf.
Mi mnaugh's c os t
sale continues for ten
MONEYTO LOAN-Five years
tie at 7 por cent, interest, so
cured by first mnortgage on improv'ed
real estate. Hunt, Hunt & Hunter,
Attorneys. f&t tf
SOR a good, square meal, go to Bob
Miller's restaurant, near the post
office. t&f tf.
RSHOYSTVfCR8 all the time, at
RJ.Miller's restaurant. t&f tf.
HORSES AND MULES~FlR
I have a nice lot of
Horses and Mules
which I will sell at pub
lic auction at Brown's
Stables, Newberry, S.
C., on Thuirsday 23d
inst. .The s to ck is
young and nicely broke
and the horses are
good driver's. Don't
fail to be on h,and and
see this sto ck.
H. C. COUCH,
fair price per
price than any
in the world.
re, better and
Tho year 11001, just closod oin us
has b0011 ovr HUs 1ifull with u1s4
il businss. Wo boliovo it wa11s
dullo to the fact that in our store
you can procuro good drugs and
always recoivo courteous treat
miont. Como and soo'us for all
Things in the (1rug hue.
GARDEN SEEDS, LAMPS, CIGARS
Prescriptions given Careful At
tention and Only the BEST
Wo thaik our customers for
thir conifidolnco find pahronaigo
an(d hopo for a coit-inlialneo of
MayOS' Drll Store.N
We Oll Wiloy's Caudios.
RATES TO EXPOSITION.
7 31III COLUMHIA, NIWIII-AMY &
L4",aurens railroad vill sell excur
sinn1 ticelts t) ChiIVAston lund retirni
(luring the Kxpositioln at the followilig
rates: P'rom Newberry, S. C.
" Tickets on sale daily lim
7 5 ) I ited to return June 3, 1902
$ "7 iTickets on sale dailly,
$ 5m % limi1111ted to return-1 10 daym
11t)'63 Ickets oi sale Tiwus
S 0 tidays and ''lursdays,
linitel to return seven (lays.
Correspondingly reduced rates froi
TOTIIH 18 IS1IlUl l N
tion of the Evangelical , utherani
Church of the Redeemner will be held
on1 Sunday, F'ebrnuary 2nd, at t ho close
of the morning service, for' the purpose
of asking the Secretary of State to
amendl the charter of the ch urchi so
that it shall conflorm to the new name,
and in any othIer particular that, may
he dteemed adv ~isable.
WNM. b. SlCAltOOK,
Pastor and Chairman of Couneil.
Ne~wborr1y, S. C. I'rospeir1i y, 8. ( .,
CUG CNIC N. 1LICASI,
sal mia, S. C.
B lease, Blease & St. Amand,
Newberry, Saluda and1 P rospeIri ty,
Practice in all State and U). S. Courts.
1Notico of Alillicatlin for HomIcstcaI,
rIAKIE NOTICE, TIIAT .JOSIP11
.Quat tlebaum, has filed his pet Itioni
with the unidersigned, asking that a
IIomestead be set aside to hIm In that
tract of landl lying In the County of
Newberry, State of South CarolIna,
upon which t,he p)etitioner now resides,
and also an exemption ein the personal
p)ropecrty of which ho is possessedI.
H. H. RIKAltD). Master, N. C.
Master's OllIce Jan. 13, 1902. 4It.
Land and Security Cos
WvILL HUY AND) SELL
.Notes, Bonds and
Stocks of all kinds and
0. B. MAYER, President.
JNO. M. KINA aID, See, and Treas.
Ne York-ThaoasvlIIo Be opling CarN Linr,,
The Southern RaIlway anunounces,
effectivye Thursday, JTan uary 9th, and
continuing each TIh ursday thereafter,
t,hrough sleeping ear' line will he inau
gurated between New York and Thom-.
aeville, Ga, on traIn 33. First car nort,h-.
bound in this line will leave Thomas.
ville on Plant System train connecting
with Southern LRailway, train No. 34
Truesdauy, .January 14, 1902, and( each
Tuesday thereafter during the winter
MAKES THE BREAD
THAT MAKE3 THPl MAN
In fact just as full as it has been any time dur
ing the fall months. We pride ourselves in
this department, and here you can always find
a complete outfit. We have just added:
"6 Satin Solisles,
"t Prunella Cloths,
"6 W hipcords, English make,
Thibet, for Heavy Skirts, |
"6 Pebble Cheviot.
In fact you will be surprised to find how com
plete this departnent is for January 1st; but
remember 'tis one of our hobbies, and we al
ways keep it full and inviting.
B also cut an important figure in
k il this department
Taffetas. Pean do Sole, Gros Grain and
are the leaders at this time.
Satin| DuUbiesWe have them all. And
BlakaC Garnitures too, and other stylish
Ul k Gailurs Black Trimmings teocom
plete the picture.
This space is ours, and we expect to use it
every week to tell you of the good things in
the different departments of our store.
c. ON.IMOWE co.
DON'TLETTHIS CHANCE ESCAPE YOU,
Clothing You Want--Oollars Saved in Buying.
Men's and Boys' Stilts at an average
STC TA I is over and( we fin 111our cost sale cut our
Sck awa down blW ut t ine moves lasr
and we are etrine to get rid ofalorodsadedsbfr u
new stock arrives. Our Sacrifice is ihe buyers benefit.
Prices tell the tale^' ot of "'m"'s sut\o" it c" hoic e .on, Rcgnlar
pric gCC$ .so5 to i6. 5o. A lot of Boys' woo1
suits, go at $3-25, Regularic I-5$.; to $5-5u
AT HALF PRICE.
A lot of odds and ends in Men's suits-Not shoddy or shop-worn,
but fashijonabie wear. $5. 50 to $r 5.00.
Macintoshes at 33 per cent. discount.
Bargains in Shoes--Some less than Cost.
H ats. Furnishing Goods.
0. M. IA MIESON,
The Head to Foot Clothier.
"Foot-Wear-Wiliter Slioes for Evorybody."
Our Shoes are Money Savers b)eonso they are built upon honor, from
the most reputablo Manufacturers in America. None bettor known. They
are wear resisters andl combino the very latest " 'up. to.date stylos' at pleas
ing prices." WVe have overy dlesirablo make for
Ladies, Misses, Children, Men and Boys.
The Krippeorfor Dittmtan Co's. Ladies Fine Slhoes, no better shoes or
prettier styles mado(1 at $2.00, $2.50 & $3.00. The Wolf Bros.' shoes for
Ladies, Misses and Cildren. The Geo. U. Snow shoes for men at $8.00
& $3.5~0, as good as5 any $5.0(0 & $0.00 shoes sold-of other makes. Don't
fail to comon anid see and examine our Shoes when in nood1 of a pair, and
you wvill get the very b)est makes at the lowest possible prices. Also we
have our usnal good stock of
Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Clothing for Men &
Boys, Hats, Underwear, Men and Boys Odd
Pants, Notions & Furnishing Goods
of every kind. Also a full line of Trunks--all at Factory Prices.
Our Clearance Sale will continue for a short while longer to clean out
all that wo have left of Winter (Goods before the season is over.
Come to Copeland Bros. for Bargains in everything for the next 80
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