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Pro total ng at K Ing's Oreek.
Preaching at King's Creek on the
s econd Sabbath probably by Prof.
Parkinson, of Erskino College, at 11
'reaching at st. I'hilIp'o.
Rev. P. 11. E. Derrick will preach at
St. Philip's church on Sunday morning
at 11 o'clock and at lBachiman Chapel
in the afternoon at 3 o'clock.
A Nudidma 1) alh
Mrs. Emma Reagin died suddenly at
her home in this city, Ward 4, Wednes
day afternoon. 11er remains were buried
yesterday afternoon at the Reagin grave
yard near Trinity church. She leaves
The next meetinr of the County
Teachers' association will be held in
Newberry at. the Boundary street
school on Saturday at 11 o'clock. This
is expected to be a very interesting
meeting and there will probably be a
large attendance of teachers.
The H,at s Announced.
On account of South Carolina day at
the Charleston Exposition March 20th,
1902, the Atlantic Coast Line and Colum
bia, Newberry and Laurens railways beg
to announce that tickets will be sold
March i9th and 20th to Charleston limit
ed good to return on any train for three
days from date of sale from Prosperity for
$3.25, and from Newberry for $3.35.
Alderman Illats Resigns.
At the regular meeting of the city
council held Tuesday night Alderman
H. K. B ats, of ward one, tendered his
resignation as such oflicer. He has
been absent from the city for several
weeks and could not attend to the
duties of the office. IIe has now ac
cepted a position in Wilmington and
his absence will likely be petmanent
hence his resignation. An election has
been ordered for'the 17th.
I desire to thauk my father's friends
for their great kindness to him and his
family, and to assure hem that I will
try to show my appreciation by an
honest and faithful discharge of the
duties of the ollice to which they have
shown their willingness to have me
appointed for my father's unexpired
term. All the members of our family
are deeply grateful.
WM. W. CROMuR.
M1i carlilo at Due Welt.
Speak'ng of the recent exercises if the
annual celebration of the ('alliopeon Lit
erery Union of Erskine College, a corres
pondent to the State has the following to
say of Miss Bessie Carlisle who furnished
the music on that occasion:
"Music was furnished by the gifted and
accomplished Miss Beseie Carlisle of New
berry. Miss Carlisle is a skillful performer
at the piano, which is clearly seen by
every selection she renders. ler music
was received with repeated ahplause "
You will neve.r wish to take another
dose of pills5 is vou "once try Uhaimber
iain's Stomach nnd LIver Tab:ets. They
are etaier to take and mnore pleasant Ine
effect. TLhey cleanse the st,imach and
regulate the liver ,and howels. I"or sale
by W. E Pelham &Son.
A St,rong EmtaorsOeent.
Dr. I. Crlim, the oculist, who is now
at the Newberry hotel, yesterday received
the fellowing letter fromn Associate Jus
tice Y J. Pope, of this city, which is a
strong endorsemnent and speaks well for
Dr. I Crimmn, oculist and optician,
Newberry, S. C.
Dear Sir:-I ask leave to hear witness
to the excellence of the pair of eye-glasses
you recently prepared for mue I anm sure
front my own experience with your work,
that you understand your business
V. J. Pope.
lie K. pt, huia eg.
Twelve years ago .J W. Sullivan, of
IlIartford, Conni., eratuthed hits leg with
a rusty wIre. Infh immilon and( h'oud
poisoning set in. For two years lhe
eufrberde Intensely Then the hest doe.
tore urged amputatIon. "but,'" he
writes, "[ used one bottle of Electric
Hit.t.ers and 1 1 2 boxes of Butnekien's
Arnica Salve and my leg wasI sounid
and well as ever." For EruptIons,
Eezemna, Totter, S it Rhetum, S3'res
and all biloodl disorde0r4 Electric Bittere
has no rival oni earth. Try them All
druggist will guaranltee satisfaction or
refund monciey. Only Iii cents.
"Fabio Romiani "
Alden Benedict's "Fablo Rotman I"
will be presented at the opera house
next Thursday night, 18th, It ls a flno
oreation and pronunce d by the press
wherever it has been presented,to he an
excellent dramatization oif Marie Co
relli's famous novel "The Vendetta."
The company secured by Mr. Benedict
is one of the best organizations now
travelIng and the scenery and spectac
ular e ffects are equal to anyth ing of t,be
same nature ever before produced In
tils city. A special feature will be the
introduct ion by Miss Ollie Cooke, of
her Serpentine, Fire and Steroptican
Thopsamis Hent Into Eg;ile.
jivery year a large number of poor1
sufTerers whose lunge are sure and
racked witha coughs are urged to-go to
anot her climate. But this Is costly and
not always sagre. Don't be atn exile
when Dr. K.Inge New Discovery for
Consumption Will cure you at home,
It,s the most lnfalilile miedleinie for
Coughs, Colds, andh all Thr"uat anid
Lung diseases on1 earthb. The first doe
bings relief. setoundhi g cures result
from peralstent use. TIrial bottle free
M al rugglet. Price 600 and $1.00.
VARIOUj AND ALL AlioyU.
See election not.ice.
See homestead notice.
''he city council advertises the opera
house for rent.
A regular meeting of the city coun
cil wats held Tuesday night.
The Newberry bar has potitioned for
a special term of the Common Picas
Court for this county to be held in May.
several Newherrians will go to Char
leston South Carolina day at the rxpo
sition, Matrch 20.h. The rail road rates
The city council will consider the
proposit.ion of the 3'11 Telephone Co.
on the 18th listait, at the regular meet
Messr's. V. S. I,angford and Frank
M. Schtinpert have been drawn to
serve on the petlt jury at, Charlestoe
the first, week in April.
The primary and junior teachers'
un ion will meet in the Methodist church
this afternoon at four o'clock. / full
attendance is urgently reqnested.
The ommittee on Pire Department
from the City Council is now consider
ing the question of a tire a,larm. They
will report at the next regular neet
We publish in this paper the commun
ication of Represutative Banks stating
his reasons for opposing t he child labor
bill. It, was our intention to publish
this earlier, but our space was taken
up with other Important matters.
An election for Alderman for ward
one, will be held on Monday 17th to
fill tle varaucy caused by the resigna
tion of alderman H. K. Blats, who i:.
accepted a position to operate a 1ino
type machine on the Wilmington, N.
C , Messenger.
Mr. E. Carison returned yes'erday
from a visit to Cllumbia.
Mr. Henry B Wells is announeed as
a car,didate for aldrrman for ward one.
Mrs. Philis Clark, of Connecticutt,
arrived in the city yesterday on a visit
to Miss Marie Werber.
Miss .tcannte McCaughrin returned
yesterday from a visit to her uncle,
Prof. W im. K. Ilood, of Barton, Fla.
Mrs W. A. Jaieson left on Wednes
day, accompanied by her son, Mr. W A.
Jamieson, Jr. to visit relatives In At
Mr. and I rs. S. J. Wooten left Wed
nesday for New York, where Mr.
Wooten will buy his : ru,l; of .pri,;g
Mrs. Iiarrlelt Stockman, of Atlanta,
Ga , arrived in N- herry yesterday,
having been summoned here on account
of the death of her si;ter, Mrs. Emma
Mr. W. E. McGee, of Augusta, Ga.,
traveling passeiger agenut of the
Southern Raliway company, was in the
city yesterday and paid t.his olilce a
Miss Leslie Taylor has gone to (k
lumbia to take a rull coursL" in short
hiaid, hook-keepin.g a.nd1 teegraphy, in
M1acfont's Business College. She Is
stopp~ing at, her aunt's, Mrs. Toy, on
Richlanid S ieet.
It. was a pleasmre o L,he nmny friends
of NIisa Bissie Carl isle of Noe.rry to
have her visit D)ue West and sp)end( sev
eral dlays as a guest amoing her' friends.
She reLturned on MondLy morni ng.-A.
R.L Prerby teian, 5th.
Mr. OlIin Cannon, of Newherry, was
among t.he guests who visit.ed D)ue West
last, week. Hie remine od from Friday
u n; ll'Sat.urday evening. Mr. Cannon is
ai graduate of Newberry College and a
successful teacheor in New berry couty.
-A. R Presby teian, 5th.
Au<lilir w. wV. Ureme~r.
TPhe bond of Mr. Wmn. WV. (Jromer has
t)eon filed anid appired an(1Sld his comif
miissin issued andl was sent to him on
Wednesday. lHe is now regularly ini
stalled In oflico.
A (0uo<i 5ieection.
Trhe st,udents of N'wberry College
have ext.ended ano invitation to 1liev. D)
N. McLauchlln, pastor of t,he P'resbyle
Nian church here, to) deliver the an
nual addioss ait their coru)mencemenut
in June. Mr. McLa~iuebulin has signified
his wililingniess to dleliver the address
anid the students have reasoni to con
g ratulat,e themselves on their select,ion.
-Chester Lantern, 3rd.
'Then you wake up wit,h a bad taste
in your mouth you may know that you
n(eed a dose of Chambherlauin's Stomach
and Liver Tlablets. They wIll cleanse
your st,omach, improve your appetite
and make you feel like ia now man.
T1hey are easy to tako, being sugar
corited anmd pleasant in elfect. For sale
by W. E Pelhamn & Son.
Mi!irnmaugh , the m"irchantI prince of
Newhberry, bas ret urned from the
Northern markets loadled down with
bargains in spring goodsi. Hie expects
to open the eyes of the purchasing pub
lic the coining season. Watch his
Between the hours of eleven o'clock
a mn. and.closiuig time at~ nIght oii Jan.
25tb, 1901, A. F. Clark, dIruggist, Glude
Springs, Va., sold twelve bottles of
Chamberlain's Cough R.e'medy. Ho
says, "I never hand led a medicine that
soldl bettor or gave better satisfaction
to my customers." T1his Remedy has
been in general use In Virgiaia for
many years, and t he peopico there are
well acquainted wit,h Its excellent
qualit,ies. Mauny of th: -m have testified
to the remarkable cures which it, has
fe 1eted. When you need a good, re
liablo miedlim for a cough or cold, or
attack of the grip, use Chiamberlain's
Cough Remedy and you are certain to
be more tha' pleased with the quick
cure which it afford. For sale by W, E.
Peolham & Son.
A~W1ISHURY'S (fl NIUS.
ir. W. I llarris invente a Time Lock that
Will Lot Out i l%1an'so tiokem Or
Let tiIn Cook In.
A genius has been discovered in this
city in tile person of Mr. W. Ii. Harris.
About 18 months ago Mr. R. 11. Welch
decided that it was altogether too much
trouble for him to get up so early each
morning in order to open his chicken
house and let out. his chickens, lie
went to Ar. Harris and told him his
troubles and asked him if ho could not
invent some kind of a lock that would
open itself at a given tihe. Mr. Harris
immediately went to work to discover
something that would helpi Mr. Welch
out of his troubles. lie procured a
common lock and in sonic way attached
to it, an alarm clock so that the alarm
clock could be set to ring at a given
hour and Mr. Welch's chickens could
he turned out without NI-. Welch hav
ing to wake up.
Sonic t i mne ago Mr. Welch went to
Columbia, and while there went, to see
Mr. Gonzales, the editor of The State.
In talking over their mutual troubles
Mr. Gonzales mentioned the fact that
one of his greatest troubles was having
to get up so early In the morning to let
in his cook. Mr. Welch told Mr. Gon
zales of his wonderful scheme, and Mr.
Ilarris is now busily at work, so that
when his job is completed the editor of
the State may peacefully sleep all the
time his cook is preparing breakfast,
and will not have to he waked up every
morning to let her in the house. Mr.
Ilarris will, in a few dayc, have the
clock completed so that it will open
any door at a Bet time--the same as a
time lock on a bank vault. Mr. Harris
is certainly a genius.
A Goodi tiOiaton.
Hon. Rob'.. Aldrich, of lhrnwell, has
been selected by the literary societies
of Newherry College to deliver the
annual address before the societies on
the evening of June 17th, during the
commenemen t, of the college. It. is
probable that lie will accept. The
selection is agood one. Mr. Aldrich is
it man of fine litrary taste and ability,
and is a fine orator, having been in
great demand on such occasions for the
past ten or twelve years. We congrat
ulate the societies upon their selection.
To Membere of PulankI Lodge, No. 160,
1. O. O. F.
Regular meeting of Pulaski Lodge,
No. 20, I. 0. 0. F. will be held
in their hall on next Tuesday night,
11tth, at 7:30 o'clock. All members
are earnestly requested to attend as bus
iness of importance will come before
the Lodge. W. M. Thomas, N G.
Foodi (hangeud to Polson.
Putrefying f.uol in the intestines pro
duces effects like those of arsenic,
but, 1)r. King's New Life Pills expels
the poisons from clogged bowels, gently
easily but surely, curing Constipation,
Bilioumness, Sick Headache, Fevers, all
Liver, Kidney and Bowel troubles.
Only 25e at all druggists.
111m)l, ISM I
The opening game of the season will
be la3edl at, College Park, Tuesday
:30: P'. M. shar p.
Newberry agai nst Newberry College.
Al. ission l6 and 10 cts.
Line upl of t wo teams is as follows:
Newberry Newhlerry College
Stuart C Cabiness
l?air P Simpson
Calidweil I II llarms
Semnin 2 B Voss
,Jonesi S S 'Wiles
Bradlecy L F Coleman .
Adamsa C 1'0 TIaylor
IEskridge 3 B Merchant,
CIopeland R F Riser
Chronte 1)har, hma.
Mr. C. B. Wingiield, of Fair Play,
Mo , wiho stulfred from chronic dysen
tery for thirty-live years, says Chamn
berlain's Colic, Cholera land Diarrhoxa
Remedy dId him more good t,ban any
othr medicine he had ever used. For
sale by WV. 10. Pelham & Son.
Tihe Communta,tlon Tax.
Treasuirer Epps has received the follow
ing letter fromi the Comptroller General's
office, Columbhia, in regard to the commulil
tatioin tax, which will be of interest to the
Mr. John L. Epps,
Newberry, S. C.
Dear Sir:-Your letter of March the 3rd,
has been received. Replying thereto, I
beg to say that the act fixing the amount
of commutation roadI tax to be paid in the
various counties of the State, as passed by
the last legislature, dloes not say when it
shall becomneeffective, but section 7, reads
Sec. 7. InI lieu of perfor.ning or caused
to be performed labor of ten hours per
day as required for the several counties, a
coiimmultationi roadl tax of $I.oo, may be
paidl by the persons so liable On or b)y the
31st (lay of March, 19o2, and( oni or by the
inst day of March of each year thereafter,
provided, persons liable to labor undi(er
this section shall have the right to fuirnish
a comipetenit stubstittute to labor in his
stead. This act was approved Feb. 26th,
0. L4. Walker,
March 4, 1902.
l'rinter Giroutty Hurpr-isedi
I never was so much surprised in my
life, as I was with the results of using
Chamberlain's Pain Balm, " says Henry
T. Cook, pressman of the A"hevlle
(N. C.) Gazett,e. "I contracted a se
vere case of rheumatism early last
winter by getting my feet wet,. I trIed
several things for it without benefit,.
One day while looking over t,he Gazette,
I noticed that Pain Balm was positively
guarantscd to cure rheumatism, so
bought it bottom of it and before using
two-thirds of it, my rheumatism had
taken its flight and I have lnot, had a
rheumatic paina since." Slold by W. 10.
Pelni & Mon
Mokes the food more de
ROYAt OAKINO Pov.
a" 1.A1c1EM OF (;OU N I Y OFFIl U'8.
For Newbrrry (:nanauy as Fixedt by the Ut n
urnl Salary 11111 I'aedtKetl by the .iol t
The last legislature passed a general
salary bill for all Couity ollicers. So
far as the same relates to Newberry tho
following are the salaries fixed in saud
Auditor, $1,000, two-thirds of which
to be paid by the State and one-third
by the county.
Treasurer, the same as auditor, ex
opt that he is allowed fit) cents for each
execut.ion, to be collected out of the
parties against whom the execution is
MherifT, $1,400 and 20 cents per day
for dieting prisoners and actual ex
penses for himself and prisoners and
lunatics when called beyond the county,
Clerk of Court, $275 in lieu of fees
and costs chargeable against the count,y.
He also receives the usual fees for re
County Commissioners, each, $75.
The Supervisor and County Contuis
sioners may also elect a clerk who
shall be an attorney at law at a salary
County Superintendent of Educat,ion,
County Board of Ed ucatlon, $3.00 per
day and live cents per mile for the
miles actually travelled by the nearest
route in attendance 111)o11 meetinlgs, not
to exceed seven dlays in each year.
Township Assessors, $2.00 pe"r day,
not to exceed three days in any year,
except inl those ye:trs when real estate
is to be assessed and then not to exceed
County Board of Equalization, $2 00
per day and live cents per mile for the
number of miles actually traveled by
the nearest route in attualance tlpon
the meetings of the board, not to ex
ceed five days in any one year except
when real estate is to be assessed and
then not to exceed ten days.
Col. C J. Purcell has received notice
of his confirmation by the Senate as
postml,ter for Newberry and will, we
suppose, in a few days take charge of the
Theuah.-r"i', Qu tek Work.
Yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock Slier
iff Bnford received a telegiai from Sher
iff Coleman, of Columbia, to look out for
a white man with a buggy and horse,
stolen in Columbia. The sheriff in thirty
minutes found that the horse and lbuggy
had been left at Copela:d 's stales last
Tuiesday night with ins'.ructions to sell
them. The man hadl left for other parts.
I)eath' or 1)r. ,Jao. TI. Uha1zmers.
Dr. Juo. T. Chalners, of Charlotte, N.
C , dlied at his home in that place at 1:30
p. mn. yesterdlay. Rev. Mr. Chalmers
wvas a prominenit miembler of the A. R. P.
church and had relatives and many
friends in this county. The news of his
dleath will be received wvith regret. His
remains wvill be bcried Saturday at
LaGrippe coughs yield quickly to
the wonderful curative qualities of l"o
iey's Honey and Tar. There is nothing
else "just as goodl." Gilder and Weeks.
The South CaronIna Damy.
Thursday, March 20th, is South Caro
lina Day at the CThai leston exposition,
and for this occasion the Southern rail
way announces greatly reduced rates
from all points within the State to Char
leston and return. Thue rate from New
berry will be $3-35 anid Prosperity, $3.25
for the rountd trip. These .tickets will be
sold for all trainis on March 19th and 20th)
with finual limit returning, three days af ter
date of sale. Trhe accommnodations are
good and the schedules convenient.
DJon't. Let. Themi Suffer
Often chbildreni are torture d with itch
lng anid burning eczema atd other skin
dilseases but Hunikien's Arnica Salvo
heals the raw sores, exp)els inflam
mnation, leaves the skini without a scar.
(Clean, fragrant, cheap, there's no salve
on earth argood. 'rry it. (lure guaran
teed. Only 25e at all druggIsts.
No A rgument is Noreded.
To convineo anyone who has once
tried In of the merit of our "'Clifton"
crand of flour.
The flour speaks for itself. 'It tolls
its own story of absolute p)urity and
careful millIng. It speaks in the clo
quent language of light, whito loaves
and biecuits, delhcious pastry end temp.i
ting cakes. It speaks with such con
vict,ion that it brings the uscr' back for
more and It always tolls the same satis
factory story. Why niot learn th is stoa'y
of pure flour by trying "Clifton?" Ask
your grocer for it.
If you want a cheaper flour buy our
"W hite Fawn" (half patent) or spotless
(Straight). They are just as puro,
though not so white as 'Clifton'. Every
sack of our flour bears the AntI-Adul
teration League's registered drado
For sale by Palmetto Grocery Co and
E. R. Hlipp ini Newberry, and J. D).
Stokes at Whitmires.
BR ANS[FO(RD MILLS,
tf (iwEw.NSIOnO K, v
licious and wholesomp
UFR CO., 1EW YORK.
Newt bE' ry I.etvyerH to at"pr. u"- t hat 114. St oi(,
on3a 111.4 App itentim for nto nl.
(reen wood, Mareb 3 --- 1, I It. W illiamrl
son, the mtan who whipped W t s at
I)ysons some timne ago was re-atrrested
Saturday oil a nw warrant and is nrow
in jail hero unable to givt tlte rctquired
ensh bond of f2,000.--Special to The
1. 11. liunt, s1q., of the Iir"m of Ilunt,
llunt & Ihulnter, of this city, went to
Greenwood ye.tirdiay to represent. the
St,ate in this east. \Villiim son has
bueen re-arrested on 3a eicr'ge of I iot
and the mangistrate commt3itt.ed him on
default of a $2,000 homd. Au elrt is
to be made to have Wilhiamson re
leasend 0il i3a1cr bond and M1 r. II unt
goes to represent ti' St.at. nelt this hear
ing. The doetors, we understand. have
testilied that Ir. Wert1 will be at )hysi
0al wr'Veick the rim indiier of hIM days
ats at result, of the whipping admtinls
tvred by Williamson.
You can mako your har
3nes uW soft na a glovo
and os tough its wiru by
tusingE JREC iA linr.
nos 0i1. You can
lengthen Ito life-nake at
haul twleo a long ne at
make n poor lookctnr: har.
ie:ss Hike new. Made of
pure, heavy Iutl onl, r
pcelally preprt-d to t! h
eu nti thu wenther.
S1old ever' whero
In cans-nil sizea.
Made by STANDARD OIL CO \
JRI;8S MAKING-All kinds of dress
making, eitildron's clothos a spe
eiialty. P'rices reayonabhle
MRS. J. 1. i'tl.SSON,
Fourth door from opera hous
t&f l Niance street.
CTOli )OUSEC for lIent,--lPor sal
or rent A lso a two-horse farm to
rent. Apply to Ant,ine Buzhardt. t&f if
10MOV lD- -- have moved my jew
elry estabhlishmtent into the store
occupied by 'elhaiml's 00111, hat'll and
will in the future be in a better poyi
tion to serve the public. I keep Con
stat1ly on hlii, Gold Wiatches, I)ia
ulmnd and wedding rings, jewelIry,
si lverwiare, eut glass, clockits andl novel
es. Itenmnmb r I1 m e1 p u"..t, t" . I t
ii lIcul eyes~ withb glasses'. Your13s for
I.raun3 .1.GUYI D)ANI l'Cl,S.
pa3sture' in) t,own. S..rvice $1.
and1( wi n iiill ke you (28) of 3.,he
lat.est style pholt.0's and31 send1 piost-idi.
These08 are' up-to-dateL and14 some)1th ing
C0W A W . 3(ANDA1 Il STot:4 ('Ok
3t AtlantLs, Ga31
jjCO~M NOWV U NT1iL, Till IC 15 I'll Ol"
- Mar,1ch the Newhberry St.iam Latue
driy will launider lace curta11ins at, 30tsL.
per1 pair11. Tis pr'C0~ic wil posit,i vely not1
be0 extended after that date,..
JI IC T M1K1''N ARK IT P3LtI( Il ['All)
Z for old rutttber' andi b)rass, atL
Newberry Steam Laun rd ry C'o.
113 ING or send with wag~on your3
coatLs, vests and)1 1pants that you
wantl cleaned0( and( )p0rese. WVe have
experlinced help anid gua33rant.ec al1l
work to be first-class8.
OUJ runi n1o ilsk in ha lving yu
woolen clIot,bes4 (c0leane and press18
ed1 at. the Newherry Steamii Lauindry, for
we guaran13tee t hem niot to shrn 3k. t t
1' UMlR FOftI SA1bl'e-l am no0w
-' readcy to flii order's for Ilmber onl
s1hort notice. Locat'd wit bin1 one( mleI
of town. Givye me 1 our ordeurs,
f2mu. Guis lB S.IT.NII
MAKES THE BREAD
THAT MAKES THE MA~n
For Factories and MU Is.
Corliss, Automatic, Plain Side
From small planitationi mill, to the
heaviest mill in3 t,he market.
All kinds of wood working mfachinery,
F'lour and corn mIllIng machinery.
Complete ginning systems, Lumnmus
Van Winkle and Trhomals. F0nreines,
Boilers, Saws, Gins in stock for quick
182.a Ma.in St. Cmia,a . C.
WHIT[ GOODS SALE I
Nainsooks, Fancy Stripes,
Dimities, Checked Muslins,
Embroideries, Match Pieces, Edge and
Insertions, Cambric Embroideries,
Lawn Embroideries, etc.
Be sure to see these Goods.
We are offering Special Values
in New Styles and Fresh Goods.
Just received the past week.
We are also showing a fine line
of Ginghams, Madras Cloths, Mer
cerised Chambrays--just what is
wanted for early Spring for waists
or full suits. Prices 10 to 20c.
Come and See Us!
WHAT EVERY ONE SAYS
Must be So!
It is generally concededl by ll who hIandlIe t he samli kinid of good.
thaiit w0 (10, and( kno0w our p)ries, t hat we givo t he very host vailues( of any
11ui1se i o t he owri. ( )f (oon1rim we are prouid of t.li i reputaton. niotwith
shulllinlg that. our MatIs2fact0)1 io i Wi V ways so re ) to l uis puirit from t he orior
mons11 increoo which wo 11ot0 in our sales year after year, hut our main
(ehlim oni your patronage is (he fact, t.ht. wo are now gi viing hligger andu
blottor values thani wOeover (lid h)ofore. Those4 wVho alread(y trade with us
knhow that our p)riceolE are awaIys lower thIfI those)0 or (other houses--no malIt
ter wvhat they adlvertise --whet her Cl oig out-lFiro--New York Cost
Hemnanamt---Red LetNter,. or Shliff i Slte. WVO conduIct overy (lay a
GIVE AWAY SAL E
WIhi ch mensl "'More Goods for Loss N lormey."
T2o tlhose whow (10 iot trado wvithI uso, wo simnply say try ns, compareoOur
goods8 anid our pirices wit h all ot hero. Woe ask not hing hotter than that.
How miany hnousos, "Israg Concerns," wvould1 he wvilI lng to subit to
such a test?1 We anowor: None.
Heore are stimuclanito for shat teredl nerves:
2,0(0) Cuacn 3Ib Pio Peaclies, hc por Cani.
2,000 CJans 211 lbiomtoes, 5 0~ prcanI.
1,000 Gans ib B3aking Po0wders, 2c per cant.
h,000Ibs Arb:ucklo (Coffee, I121c per pound.
3,000hbs Arm a11 ind mer Soda, 2 Ac per p)ound1.
5i00lbs host (Cream Choos,15c pio poinid011(.
Thore are irgainso m1 every D)opar'tmout for you.
We shall he del ight ed to servo youi.
0. KLETTN ER.
Mayes' Drug ptore. EUIU
When you como to us we give you
what youa ask for, hiut--if youi
ask what is the host Cough Cure
we have, we wvill tell you that PC U E
Quick Relief Cough Mixture FrteIeI6
is, for the simple fact that woe
know what the ingredients are,AlPitrswlbeod
that the peopIle who have used
it toll us so, and( that it is giv- tgetl e u e
mng satisfaction generally,.rie
D)rop in some (Welning and hoar
somel of our New at
Phonograph Records. Mayes' Book Store.
We solli them.
Drugs, A nice line of cheap
Medicines, sainr t2 c e
Hair, Tooth, Nail Stoner. 5. e
and Cloth Brushes. pud
Garden Seeds anld everythingN
found in the Pharmacetical linen. flo
Mavos' Drug Store. Bookstore..