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The third quarterly conference, i
business session, will be held at tb
Central Methodist church tonight.
Executive Committee to Evet.
The County Democratic E.cutiv
Committee will meet in the cour
house, Saturday, the 21st instant, at 1
a. m John C. Goggans, Chairman.
A tusiness Ckange.
Messrs. Livingston, Lominick & C
have purchased the stock of grocerie
of Mr. James F. Todd, formerly knowi
as the Palmetto Grocery, and will con
duct a general grocery business at tha
Mr Todd has purchased the stock o
Livingston & Lominack and will run i
grocery business at that stand.
My little son had an attack of whoop
tig cough and was th reatened with pue
umonia; but for Chamberlain's Cougl
Remedy we would have had a seriou
time of It. It also saved him from sev
eral. severe attacks of croup -H. J
Strickfaden, editor World-Herald, Fat
Haven, Wash. For sale by W. E. Pel
ham & Son.
To Teach In Laurens.
Miss Helen Goggans, daughter c
Clerk of Court John C. Gozgans, of thi
city, wbo graduates with distinctioi
next week from Winthrop College, ha
been unanimously elected to a Wositioi
as teacher in the city graded schools c
Laurens. The trustees of the Lauren
schools have made a good selection, fo
no person ever presented to a board n
trustees stronger letters of endorse
ment and recommendation than thosi
whiab accompanied Miss Goggan's ap
VT0PP 'Tme In OW -TOMn
"We felt very happy," writes i N
Bevill, Old Town, Va, "when Buck
len's Arnica Salve wholly cured oui
daughter of a bad case of scald head
It delights all who use it for Cuts
Uorns, Burns, Bruises, Boils, Ulcers
1truptions. Infallible for Piles. Onl
Xo, at all druggists.
West End v1. Newberry.
The crack West Eud team known a
the champion "Midgets," will cros
bae with the Newberry team thil
(Friday) afternoon and again tomorrow
(Saturday) afternoon, and games wil
be a battleeroyal from start to finish
between two (lid time rivals. Every
body should come out and encouragi
ihe boye. Ladies wlllbe admit ed free
Admission 16 and 10 cents. Game t<
begin promptly at 5 p. m.
Following Is the line up of the tw<
West End. Ne wberry
Howard, p. Simpson, p.
Stewart, c. Cabiness, c.
'enu, T., lb. Harms, lb.
Sena, B., 2b. Taylor, 2b
Jones, 3b. Merchant, 3b,
Lyles, es Wiles, ss.
Ta.ylor, rf Olney, rf.
Chaney, ef. Riser. cf.
Edwards, If. Daniels, lf.
-aleanse thbe stom'ach aend regulate the
liver and bowels, effecting a quick anc
neraoet cure. For sale by W. E
Co . Sobbe Beoetves HionorP.
A letter fromU Col. Jno F. Hobbs in
* rms usof the fact that he has arrived
*home safe with his family, and the triJ
South has brightened and refreshed thenr
very much. At a recent meeting of the
N4ew York Press Club Col. Hobbs was
+lec a delegate to the Internationa:
League of Press Clubs, which meetsq ii
B 'erne. Switzerland, in July. The saine
day Col. Hobbs was elected one of the
delegates to represent the club at the
conivention of Press Clubs in Boston
Mss., the latter part of June. He is ont
4cjthe trustees of the New York Club
which owns $5oo,o0o worth of property
The friends of Newberry College are al
ways glad to hear of the success of ont
who received his training at that institu
Virlnt Cancer Cured.
Startling proof of a wonderful ad
vance in medicine is given by druggit'
0. W. Bobert. of- Elizibeth, W. Va
An old man there had long suffera
with what good doctors pronounced in
curable cancer. Thbey believed his cast
hopeless till he used Electric Bittern
and applied. Bucklen's Arnica Salve
uihich treatmenob completely cured him
When Electric Bitters are usea to ex
pel bilious, kidney and microt'e poison!
at the same time this salve exerts its
matchless healing power, blood dis
eases, skin eruptions, ulcers and -o-e
vanish. Bitters 50c , Salve 25c. at al
Wee.k End Rite.
For the summer months the South
ern Railroad has announced week en<
-rates as follows for the round trip: Ti
'*Spart.anburgr and Greenville, $'2; t<
Charleston, $4.50. Tickets sold Satur
day mornings, evenings and Sunda2
mor?.ings. Good to leave destinatio
any time Monday. tf
a Gentie Hint.
In our 'tyle of climate, with its sud
den changes of ternperat uru.-rain~
wind and sunshine often intermingle'
in a single day,-it is no wonder tba
our children, friends and relatives are
so frequently taken from us by neglect
ed colds, half the deaths resulting di
reetly from this cause. A bottle c
Boschee's German Svrup kept abou
your borne for immediate use will pre
vent serious sickness, a large doctor'
bill, and perhaps death, hy the use c
three or four doses. For curing (Con
sumption, Hemorrhages, Pneumonlia
-Severe Coughs, Croup, or any diseas
of the Throat or Lungs. its success i
simply wonderful, as "our druggist wil
tell iou G-t a simple bottle free frot
W. E Pelham & Son Regular size. 7
cent Get. G,.een's Special Alimanac.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Commencement visitors are already
The County teachers' examinations
are being held in the court -house to
The farmers eveiywhere are feeling
in the best of spirits over the present
Couuy Chairman Goggans calls a
meeting of the Executive Committee
for next Saturday at 11 o'clock.
The Excelsior Reel Team is practic
ing every evening for tie Sumter tour
nament and is m:akivg some winuiag
s All the churcies wili be closed Sun-:
day to give tb? citizeus a chance to
. hear the baccalaureate sermon at the
t opera house.
Mr. W. L. Reighley has purchased
f the J. C. Myers residence just beSond
I the old fair grounds and will move his
family to town this fall.
We have been reqaested to state that
there will be preaching at Enoree Bap
tist Church, near Mr. T. W. Keitt's, on
Sunuay afterno )n at 3:30 o'clook, by
Rev. Geo. A. Wright or Rev. N. N.
After Sunday night there will be no
ticket agent at the Southern depot for
the night train. Those wishing tickets
f for a long distance, expecting to leave
9 on the night train, should secure them
3 in the day time.
s We notice among the list of grad
i uates from Winthro)p College this year
I the name of Miss Rosa Moore, of this
9 city. Miss Roiss is a daughter of Mrs.
r M. E. Moore, and is one of the most
f popular young ladies of the city.
Rev J. A. Sligh was in the city yes
Col. C. J.. Purcell went to Columbia
Dr. D. L. Bot zer returned yesterday
Miss Fannie McCaughrin is visiting
friends in Sumter.
Miss Lizzie Griffin is visiting rela
tives at Johnston.
Mr. W. M. Wilson,- of Peak, was in
Jno. T. Duncan, Esq., of Columbia,
was in the city yesterday.
Miss Jessie Hornsby is visiting Miss
G,rarude L 'id in C>lum-ia.
Mrs. J. P. Neel and little daughter
returned yesterday from Columb a.
Mrs. S. T. Hallman,left on Tuesday
to) visit relatives in North Carolina.
Miss Leila Boland, of Little Moun
tain, is visiting at Mr. B B. Davis'.
Miss Rubie Holloway, of Pomnaria, is
visiting her sister, Mrs Edw. R. Hipp.
R. H. Welch, Esq., went to Green
ville yesterday on professional busi
Miss.Evelyn Cooner, of Batesburg,
is spending a week with Rev. N. N.
Capt. and Mrs. W. H Day left yes
terday to spend a while in the moun
t-iins in Oconee County.
Mr. Thomas E. Epting went :. Clin
ton yesterday to report for service
with the Bell Telephone Company.
Miss Ola Birron, of Rock Hill, S. C.
is visiting Miss Nina Carlisle. She
will be here until after Commence
Misses Amelia and Gertrude Habe
nicht, of Coslumbia, will be the guests
of the Misses Dominick Commence
Misses Mary Burnett and Louise
Zemph, of Camd-n, arrived in New
berry yesterday to visit Mr. Alan
Mr. M. Q. Chappell has m >ved his
family from Cross I-ill to Newberry.
They occupy the B3ooz er c >ttage on
Mr. L W. Floyd spent, Tuesday and
Wednesday of this wee-k in Union look
ing to some io proven. ents in his tele
phone system in that city.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Walker left last
week for Newberry to visit rel'atives.
The latter will spend several weeks.
Johnston Mfonitor, 12th.
Mrs. William Wright left last week
for Newhkerry, where sbe will be the
guest of her son, Rev Geo. A Wright.
-Johnston Moniter, 12th.
Mr B. T. Bishop left yesterday for
Harris Springs where he will conduct
a back line and general livery business
for Mr. A. T. Brown, of this city.
Mr. Henry J1. Kiu'ard, of Ninety-Six,
w bo isi a candidate far Railroad Comn
I u.ssioner, has been in the city for the
past two days meeting his old friends
and forming~ new acquaintances.
-Misses Maggie and Florence Werts
arrived home on Tuesday from Lime
stone College. Miss Matggie is one of
the instructors at this institution and
Mi-s Florence graduat d at this com
Mr. and Mrs. L. D Cullum, of Bates
burg, who have been on a visit to M rs.
Cullum's father, Re'e. N. N. Burton,
left yesterday for Ashviille, N. C.,
where they will spend awhile.'
l Mrs. Jos Mann end family accom
t panied by Mrs. Swartzerg, left vester
day for Ashevi'le, N. C., where they
will spend toe s immer. Miss Dora
fMann and Miss Swartzberg preceded
the family to Ashville last Saturday.
Filthy Te-nptes In India
-Sacred cows often defile Indian temn
,pies, but worse yE t is a b'ody that's pol
luted by constipation. Don't permit it.
SCleanse your system with Dr. King's
lNew Life Pills and avoid untold mis
ery They give lively livers, active
bowels, go'<d digestion, fine appetite.
nly 25c at all druggists.
GETTING READY FOR SUMTER.
The Exeelsior Boys That Will Enter the
Contteoti in the Game Cock City.
'1he Sumter Firemen's Tournament
is only a little over a week off and the th
Excelsior boys are practicing hard for
th events. re
The team has been out every after
noon for the past week and some pretty
races with winning time have been be
made. A full week of practice will be
put in next week and the boys expect
to be in perfect trim by that time.
The firemen and their friends will
leave here oil Tuesday. 24th. Many of
their friends say they will accompany h
them and cheer them on to victory It
is expected to carry about twenty -five be
or thirty from here. Ri
The firemen regret very much that
an extra effort was not made, so they u
could have entered the hose wagon
races In this -respect Newberry will
be behind every other town in the in
State. Anderson, Greenville, Spartan- du
burg, Camden, Columbia, Charleston, W
Sumter and Florence, all will be there
with their beautiful horses and wagons.
Newberry will show up only with a
hand reel. Suffice it to say, that it is
not the fault of the firemen. ['hey will
do all they can to do Newberry justice
with what they have at band. Tt
THE REEL TEAM
The following is a list of the team as
wade up by Capt. T. 0. Stewart, and th
the places they will occupy with the he
reel on the track: tei
T. 0 Stewart - Buttman. M4
Geo. NI. Kinard --Coupling Breaker- er
P. D. Flynn-Nozzleman. Wi
J. G. Dauiels--Wrenchmen.
B. A. Kempsen-S!ackman. ca
T. H. Pope, Tonguemen.
C. P. Speck,
J. R. Boozer, Ropemen.
J. G. Chalmers,
INSTALLATION AT PROSPERITY.
Rtv. W. A. Lutz to be Installed Pastor of
Grace Lutheran Church.
Installatiou services will be held at
Grace Lutheran Church, Prosperity,
on the fifth Surday in June, 29th day.
Rev. W. A. Lutz, formerly President at
of North Carolina College, is to be in
stalled pastor of the above named er
The sermon to the people on this he
ccasioni is to be preached by Rev. V P
Boozer, of Etbridge, President of the be
South Carolina Synod, anid the charge Pr
ou the pastor wtii be delivered by Rev,.h
W. L Seabrook, of Newberry.
Rev. Lutz is an able minister and is ton
iked by the people. He was one of theto
ost able ministers of the North Caro- ri~
ina Synod, and one of the foremost
ducators of the South. e
The public is invited to attend these th
nstallation services. thi
S90 OR NINETY DaYS.
oc Waldrop S ont Up by flagistrate uhap- W
poll for Stealtog Corn-Convicted of Es
Three Off enses.
Wednesday Magistrate Chappell
ried Doc Waldrop, colored, for steai.
ng corn from the c*1rs at the C.. N. & Re
. depot-petty larceny.
Tbere were three distinct and sepa
ate charges against D)c. He plead Es
uilty to one and not guilty to two of
he charge-s. Ex
WItnesses were put up and it was
roven that D)oc bad confessed on twvo Re
ifferent occasions to stealing the corn
at the times mentioned in the indict
ments. The testimony was so over- D
whelming that MaAistrate Chappell
lid not hesitate in finding him guilty.
In each offense the prisoner was sen
enced to pay a fine of $30 or serve 30
lays on the count y chain gang, making
a total of $90 or 90 days. Of course
Doe will shovel dirt for the county.
Trbere is no doubt but there are others Es
mplicated in the stealing, but no
amount of persuasion would cause Doc Ex
o reveal the facts.
- - --~--- - --Re
Saved From an Awful Fate'
"Everybody said I bad consumption,"
writes Mrs. A M. Shields, of Chain- Re
ersburg, Pa., "I was so low after six
moths of severe sickness, caused by
ay Never and Astuma, that few
,hought I could get well, but I learned
f th~e marvelous merit of Dr. King's fer
New Discovery for Consumption, used he
it, and was completely cured." For
esperate Throat and Lung Diseases it gri
is the s'afest cure in the world, aud is
infallible for Coughs, Colds and Bron
hial Affections Guaranteed bottle' h
50c. and $1.00. Trial bottle free at all h
Stote Just What You Want.- av
There is a lot of the most desirable
,rade that no one gets wh'' doesn't of
and le "Clifton" fi'ur. Users of "Clif- be
ton" can't he satisfied with any other pr
kind. "Clifton" has established a new
standard, a standard oif purity and the
ighest excellence If you have not
ued "Clifton" recently, you should hy
aill means instruct your grocer to send
you a sack when you order flour again
Don't let him persuade you he has
something just aa good He maiy he
buying other so-called patent flour at a
little less than he pa r for ' I li f ton,"' l
and he naturally waits '0 push this on G.
you because he mnakes a few cents more
on it. Insist, on having "'Clifton"' if
you want the purest and be.st. Bransford
Mills, Owensboro, Ky.
Even a Staic Groans
uder the torment of neuralgia, when
every nerve in face or limbt throbs and
jumps. Philosophy cannot endure this c
agony but Perry Davis' Painkiller re
li-e t ah h fetdprsfe-r
ly eet.Bh the effeced pats fexe
yurelf toe cold and dpnss edioe
calrsencet mches andh daons,d- htt.
has not found the equal of Painkiller in
t he treatment of neuraigia.
ogiamine for 0mmineeunnt Week.
Exercises Regin Next sund4y.
The to'wn is th.- proaramre of
e Newberry collt ommenceRMent:
Sunday, June 1>. 11 a. mu., htcealau
nte stermon. by th- Rev. John W.
)rine, Chadesion. S. C.
Suniday. June 15, 8.30 p. m , addre!s
fore the stn 'ns -,he Rev. D. N.
.Laughlin, G't is'or, S. C.
Monday. June 16. 8 30 p. m junior
n esi 'or plizt, in oratory.
Tueda%, June 17, 10.30 a. m., alutri
drers byi Hon. Win. J. SIribling. Wal
Jia, S. C
uesday, June 17, 8 30 p. in., address
fore the literary societies by Hon.
)bert Aldrich, B-rnwell, S. C.
Wednesday, June 18, 10 30 a. m., an
al commencement exercises.
T'he exercises will be held In the city
era house, and the public is cordially
vited. The railroads will give re
ced rates. And free enter;ainment
11 be provided for visiting clergymen
>o notify the president of the college
TH E SENIOR CLASS.
ose Who Will Represent the Class OD
commencement Day Selected.
A. contest in oratory by the members of
a senior class of Newberry College was
Id in the college chapel yesterday af
-noon for the purpose of selecting six
!mbers to represent the class in the ex
ises on Commencement Day. They,
th their subjects, are as follows:
W. F. Bedenbaugh-Compulsory Edu
. D. Elmore-Sidney Lanier.
. P. Frick-Ethics of Strikes.
. A. Fulmer-Cecil Rhodes.
L. Wessinger-Wade Hampton.
. K. Aull-Valedictory.
MMENCEMENT AT PROBPEhtY.
,erestiDg Exrcces-An Able Addrese
psayp. Recitations and Addresses
Ab.ve the Average.
ast week was commencement week
Prosperity, and there was an out
uring of the people at all of the ex
ises which augments the fact
it Prosperity feels a just pride in
Phe past se-ssion of the school ba.s
en an unusually prosperous one, and
of E. 0. Counts and his assistants
e shown in the excellent manner
which the pupils were trained and tu
ed, that they are proficient educa
-s and are the right people in the
he exercises began on Wed nesday
3ning, June 4'h at 8;30 o'clock, with
Sfollowing interesting program by
SCinean Literary Society:
elcome Address . . I. E. Long Pres.
say . . Thbe Cinean Literary Society.
Miss Alma Hartmnan.
tract . A Boy'sComposition on a
C. P. Barre.
citation .. .. ..Sisterly Scheme.
Miss Isoline Wyche.
say . . "The Old Order Changeth."
Miss Effie Hawkins.
tract . . . . . "The Horse Radish."
Miss Ethel Counts.
citation.... .. .. .. .. "Lasca."
Miss Lillian Wise.
bate -- Resolved that Education
bould be made Compulsory in South
Afraiej FE. A. Schumpert.
ffimaiv iC. C. Wyche.
F. W. Schumnpert.
~egative W. W. Bruce.
ay . . . "South Carolina Heroes."
Miss Lucile Wise.
tract . Gone with a handsomer Man.
Miss Lizzie Hawkins.
citation.The Kentucky Watermelon.I
Miss Lena Lester.
citation. .. .. .. Current Events.
Young M. Brown.
'hursday morn ing at 10 o'clock Jef
son Davis Memorial exercises were
id by the primary and grammar
rhe graduating class exercises were
ld Thbursday evening at 8:30 o'cock.
e essays and speeches were well
6d and delivered and was above the
trage on such occasions.
'he address by E M. Rucker, Esq.,
Anderon, was one of the best ever
ard in Prosperity and was well
'he follow ing was the i rogram:
:nvoation -Rev. G.'R. Shiaffer.
Our Town'"-Ethel Counts.
'Our State"-Vergie E brbardt.
ur School-Ce'cil Wyche.
Annual A<ldress-E. M. Rucker, Jr.,
q., Anderson, S. C , Presented by A.
A warding D)iplomas.
Reading Honor Roll.
Benediction-Rev. W. A. Lutz.
Of what does a bad taste in your
ath remind you? It indicates that
ur mouth is in bad condition and will
mind you that ther'e is notbhing so
d for such a disorder as Chambher
in's Stomach and Liver Taiblets after
sving one used i hem. They cleanse
ii invigorate the~ stomach and reeu
te he bowels. For sale at 25 cents
.. bo hy W. W Pelham & Son.
In every town
may be had,
. that makes your I
O& C. horses glad.
T O TELEPIONE sUis itE
Please adcd to .% ou r phont -s,:
Rev. W L. Seabrook, icsidence 16.
H. A. Meytr & Soan. Granite Froi,t
Jas. F Todd's stort- 69
J. W. Kibler. residence 11.
L. W. FLOYD,
Manager Tel phone Exchange.
GRANULATED Sugar 201bs per $1 O
Mason's Fruit .)ars, per dcz .75c
Jelly Tumblerm, for doz .35k
Star Lye, 4 boxes, .25c
We will sell the above for 10 da.%S.
The Smith Co.,
WE UNDEUISTAND that the-rte is a
big ruzh a! Viynn's Ca,h Store
thisweek tuying the targrins in nWw
goods he received last wtk. Some
ladies say he is selling a good many
things for less ihan half the prices
sked for the same goods in - ther
tores: this is one chauce in a lifGtime
to buy goods at such low prits tht y
are bargain6. Genuine bargain-, pure
AVE things tp to date. S-nd your
Collars ain Cuffs to Ne.wherry
O hundile too smail, none too large,
t c have our attention.
Newberry Steam Laundry.
L ADIES' full S-amles-i Drop Stit.ch
Hse 3 pair for a quarter. at
IF you have fault t find do 1nt hesi
tale to 1t1I us. All cmplnints are
carefully consid->red a.. the Newberry
CLEAN LINEN pays. In order to
have it this way send it to New
erry Steam Lauudry.
NO PERSON that will want to do
-themselves justice should mi-s
be offerings at Flynn's. Go see for
ourself before you buy, ir won't cos:
nyting to look. Flynn says it is a
pleasure and not a labor to show the
oods; do not buy until you see what
e has got to sell, or you will be sorry.
WE have one car load hay which
we will sell at sixty cents this
eek. Come quick.
t&f St.Suumer Bros.
ONEY TO LOAN-We negotiate
-loans on improved farm lands at
eight per cent, interest on long time.
ut, Hunt & Hunter, Attorneys.
UANTED, at the Newberry Hotel
'Spring Chickens and eggs
&t8t W. A. Jamieson, Propcietor.
3 PECTACLES AND EYEGLASSES
SDo your eyes ache and burn at
night? I have the best trial case for
ftting Spectacles and E ceglasses, and
can fit the most difficult eyes, wit.h thbe
proper glasses. I have fitted glasses
or the best people in the county and
can fit you. I use onl-y thbe best grade
Crystaline lenses. Come aud give me
atrial and be convinced. Striet ly one
price to all. GUY DANIELS.
Jeweler and Optician.
INVITE the people of Newberry
and Saluda to eall and ex 4mine tbe
new goods that have been shipped to
me from Georgia. It is the s'oek of a
young merchaut not quite 30 days in
business when a tatal Rail Ro-id acei
dent caused his stock to be closed out
at a sacrifice. I will take pleasure in
howing tbe goods whether you want
o buy or not.
* D. C Flynn, Mang.
ALUA BLE PRE MIUMS .- Write
the F. R. Penn Toba~cz" ('o,
Reidsville, N C., for their new Pre
mium List of Tags from their Penn's
No. 1 Plug Tobacco, also empty bags
from their Gold Crumbs Smoking To
It d.osn't pay to be a
ile behind the band
agon. Be in it and
let the other feliw do
the following. Morel.
Send your laundry to
the Newberry Steam
THE NEW BERRY
and and Security Co.
WILL BUY AND SELL
otes, Bonds and
Stocks; of all kinds and
People Sometimues Think
that pure white lead i- the~ only
p )aint Many~ is the time it her.
gone bad and did the leadmaker
satisfy the complainty The 'niv
comfort the man got was that h<d
used lead. Cel l com'ort. Not -o
with Longmnan & Martinez Paiint. I
They stand ready to mnake good
the slightest fiaw.
The Newberry Hardware Co.,
Sole Agents Newherrv. S. C.
Have you Visited our Si
If not, come and
show you about ot
and pretty things.
visit us. All buyers
have something to
to their interest as
low and qualities
low prices mean
Not so with us. N
our counters, all cle
chandise, as cheap
sort, much cheapE
run. Stylish buyer
in mind that we a
the times in all dep
Small buyers sh
because they will b
the utmost consi
get value received
amount they may E
Large should com(
stock is complete,
good, our prices cor:
Goods, Colored anc
Goods, Silks all
Goods, Lawns, Lir
prices to please yos
you in our store.
SS. J. Wol
~ It takes a pretty large sto
I satisfy the different tastes and
think we have it.
Full stock Pick-Wick clothing
Good line business suits from
just received large shipmeni
We especially call your all
A good wool Serge coat at $2.4
Strictly all wool serge coat at
$4.48, a better number at i
High luster Mohair coats at $2
Full stock separate pants fr.om
Small lot men's black half hose
pairs for a quarter.
When we advertise we hay
advertise to sell and sell w
flying. 5000 2 lb cans tomr
other Bargains sold in less
There are some who, as
after 1;he early bird has cau
then say, why you advertis4
goods. We say to these, \A
ments, come at once, for '
There are those who take a
lERE IS ANOTIER EYE (
1,500 Cans 31b Tomatoes, 10c per can.
2,000 31b cans Syrup apples, best grad
1,500 31b cans Pie Peaches, 8e per canl.
1,000 21b cans Syrup Peaches 8c per c
1,000 31b cans Danish Cabbage, Se per
1,500 21b cans Blackberries, 9e per can
500 21b cans Cherries, (good enough f
We have bargains for every one in eve
Clothing and Shoes. We bought our good.
to keep warm. New goods arriving daily.
Yours for th,
ore this Spring?
let us tell.and
jr many new
rs will find it
our prices are
o seconds on
an good mer
as the other
r in the long
s should bear
re abreast of
ould visit us
a treated with
;pend with us.
) because our
I Black Dress
h Goods, Um
of all kinds at
i. Let us see
k of clothing to
desires. But wve
$8 75 to $22.50.
4.9 to $10.
of unlined coats
ention to the
d vest, black at
goc to $7.00.
worth 15c, at 4
e the goods, but we
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