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VARIOUS AND ALL ABGUT.
The Democratic Executive Commit
toe will meet tomorrow.
. The College boys have about all gone
home, and will be missed.
At the teachers examination last
Friday sevcn wh::e and twenty-four
colored applica"ts were present.
Rev. J S Ahererombie will preach
at Zicn next Sunday at 11 o'clock.
Th.Fr will be a s "ho I ;,ie ie a' Uto
.ia un Sa- i Jai. he 280n in tant.
Mr. Waiter P. t'",unts is announced
in this paper as a candidate flr sub-su
Mr. R. C. M.ybin announces himself
in this taper as a candidate for Magis
trate for Township No's. 1, 2, 8.
Rev. J. L. Williawbou is at home
and there will be pr,aching in Aveleigh
Presbyterian Church on Sunday.
E H. Leslie, centractor. bas been
awarded the contract to build the new
fire headquarters for the hose wagon
and horses. Work is to ('egin at once.
Remember that the Summer School
opens on Monday. Every white teacher
in this county should attend. Books
can be bad at the book store at half
price. The sch'ool will be conducted
by Dr. D. D. Wallace, of Wofford Col
lore, Principal, with Prof. S J. Der
rick, of Newb rry College, as assis
Rev. F. V. N. Painter of Salem, Va,
and Rev. C. A. Freed of Middle
brook, Va , were in the city this
week to attend a meeting of the
Lutheran Publication Board. The
other mem'ers of th- b> ard who
were present were Rev. W. H. Gree
vr of Culumbia, Rev. S. T. Hallman
of Newberry, Mr. . H. Kohn of Col
umbia, and Mrs. A. G. Wise, of Pros
perity, and the Superintendent, E. H.
Anll of Newberry.
Miss Kate Lou Neel, arrived home
'yesterday from Winthrop College.
Supt. F. X. Boyd and family have
"eturped from Chester.
negro parso'nage was burned at
Pr sperity Tuesday night.
Miss Lula Perry of Saluda, has been
spending the week with her uncle Mr.
Mr. W. E. Jenkins, a brother of Maj.
Micah Jenkins, was in the city yester
_Dr. E. P. McClinto"k and Hon. Geo.
&. Mower weut over to Chester Wed
nesday to attend the meeting of the
Brd of Trustees of Erskine College.
Tbey wiil return today.
hbe Misses Habenicht, of Columbia,
-whobhave been spending the week with
the 'Misses Dominick, were called
' home suddenly 3 est erday o2 account
of the illness of one of their relatives.
Misses Hattie Graham, Ida May
S heely and Mr. Ernest Sheely, of
oFsmaria, and Miss Maggie Koon, of
St. Ph3illies section of the county, are
as Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Sheely's, where
abby.bave been during commencement.
- Mrs. Lemuel C. Boozer died Wednes
day, June 18th In the 74th year of her
* age. Her remins were buried at St.
Lo~keseyesterdayat, 11 A. M.
Of0 what does a bad taste in your
umouth remind you? It indicates that
705r month is in bad condition and will
semind you that there is nothing so
good for such a disorder as Chamber
ig.n's Stomach and Liver Tablets after
bMng once used them. They cleanse
ad invigorate the stomach and regu
jsae the bowels. For sale at 25 cents
per box by W. E. Pelbam & Son.
.mn.=-ning Scholarships to be Dietzibutecd
- Through the Womten's Club.
~ . -Converse College offers five scholar
hips worth $100) each to be awarded
*ouegh the Woman's Clubs to the
yozgwomen in South" Carolina who
wadthe best examination to enter the
ensIman Class. Also the Woman's
Bolege of Columbia offers one scholar
bi?on the same terms. Besides Miss
Eiung's Kindergatren School in
Gireston offers one woi-th $50, and
beth is another in the Greenville Col
'Tecommittee in charge of the mat
ter for the Newberry Club is comsed
Sand Mrs. 0. McR. Holmes, and any in
formation relative to the regulations
can be obtained from them. The ex
aminations are to be held. on July 11th.
The News of .Molloboo.
Mr Brice McCarley and his family have
-moved to Whitmires, where he will assist
In putting in the machinery now arriv
ing for the Glen-Lowery Company. We
need more of such families in the coun
try, and are sorry to lose them from our
A pretty goood rain fell here on Sun
dtay last-the first of any conseguence in
.about eight weeks.
The crops, however are looking unusu
ally well. They are good for the season,
generally free from grass, and in good
condition for growing. We shall have
cotton-blossoms to report in a few days.
Our school has recently closed for the
summer, aftcr a successful term of nine
months with Mr. John Hawkius as teach
er. On the closing day the prizes whicih
the teacher had offered for excellence in
spelling were awarded to Cannie McOnl
lough, Addie Baker and Myrtle Suber.
Prof. S. L. Powell and Mr. F. N. Mar
tin spent last Saturday at Mr. John M
.Suber's. While there they made a geo
iogical and botanical excursion over
-the place, discovering nothing more val
*nable, however, than a few wild plums.
We expect our daily Free Rural Mail
Delivery to begin on first of July. This
will do away with Trilby and ('romer
postoffices, and will be a very great con
venience to those who live along the
The Society for Psychical Research
should send a representative to Mollohon
to investigate certain strange phenome
na occuring here On the place where
Bob Seymour lives a cow, a calf, and a
wotnan have been "conjured", and
charms and counter-charmis are working
vigorously. Anyone having "John" or
'-Soloman" of known efficiency to dis
pose of might do well to canvass this
iiei~hborhood. - -
The Supreme Court Sustains the Lower
vourt that the Railroad Can Charge only
3 Cents a Mile and No 25 Ceuta Excess.
The case of Mr. Wm. Kibler against
the Southern Railway for damages has
been decided by the Supreme Court,
and Mr. Kibler gets his $400 for being
put off the train between Newberry
and Helena because he refused to pay
10 cents the distance being one mile
and 25 cents excess. The following are
the facts in the case. Mr. Kibler was
represented by Johnstone & Welch of
the Newberry bar.
In 1884 the legislature passed an act
that allowed the railroads of this State
to charge an excess fare of 25cts. in all
cases where a passenger boarded the
train at a regular ticket office without
providing himself with a ticket, when
the opportunity to do so was afforded.
By this same act a fare of lOcts. was
allowed in all cases of passengers when
the distance to be traveled was a mile
or less. These same fares were 'subse
quently allowed by the Railroad Com
missioners, the 25cts. being refunded to
the passenger at any ticket office of the
defendant within 20 days upon presen
tation of a refund check which would
be given him whenever this excess was
In 1900 the Legislature passed an act
fixing the rate of fare at 3cts. per mile I
for ever mile actually trayeled. The
Railroad Company went on charging
the lOcts. minimum fare and tl.e 25cts.
excess. About three weeks after this
act went into effect Mr. Wm. Kibler
boarded the train at Newberry going
to Helena and did not purchase a
ticket. The conductor demanded ten
cents as the regular fare, as the
distance was only a mile; and as
Mr. Kibler had no ticket the twenty
ave cents was added, making the
amount demanded for transportation 35
cents. Mr. Kibler did not have the
money with which to pay this fare.
Consequently he was put off. He sued
the Southern Railway Company for
damages for this unlawful and wrong
ful invasion of his right.
At the first trial, Judge James F. Iz
lar presiding, the Court held that the 1
lawful fare was only 3 cents for the
mile to Helena and not 10 cents, but that !
the 25 cents was properl charged, as
it was not so much of a fare as it was
a reasonable regulation, inasmuch as it I
was refunded to the passenger. With I
the 3 cents as the correct fare and the 1
excess of 25 cents added, the conductor 1
according to Judge Izlar's views had the
right to demand only 25 cents and not 35
cents. The jury gave the plaintiff t
four hundred dollars inasmuch as the i
comny had demanded, even according
to Jud Izler's views, 7 cents too I
much. The case went to the Supreme
Court It was reversed upon same side
issue, the Court holding that the lower
Court correctly charged, that 3 cents
and not 10 cents was the lawful fare j
for one mile. The 25 eents was not i
passed on, as it was won by the defend- 1
ant on the Circuit and was not appealed.
When the case came back for a new ,
trial JudeGary charged that 25 cents<
was unlawulas well as the 10 cents. 1
He held that the company had the rightt
to che but 3Scents and no more.This
left tedefendant demanding 32 cents
too much. The jury gave the plaintiff
$400, the same as the first jury gave.
The case went to the Supreme Court t
again. This time its 25 cents was held 1
to be unlawful. Hence this case settles
the question,-oest as to the right of the
company to charge the 10 cents as a
mnimum fare for distances of a mile
or less, and the excess fare of 25 cents 1
when the passenger fails to get a ticket.
The company can charge neither.
This ends the case.
How to Avoid Trouhle.
Now is the time to provide yourself
and family with a bottle of Chamber- I
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrboa
Remedy.. It is almoss certain to be
needod before the summer is over, and
if procured now may save you a trip to.
town in the night or in your busiest<
season. It is everywhere admitted to
be the most successful medicine in use
for bowel complaints, both for children
and adults No family can affo' d to be
without it. For sale by W. E. Pelham
I.utheran P,ablicaation Board
The Lutheran Publication Board of
the United Synod in the South held a
very important meeting in Newberry i
on Wednesday afternoon. The board
was established in Newberry at the e
meeting of the United Synod held here
in May, 1898, and while up to this time t
not a great deal has been accomplished
the beginning has been made and the 9
work will now be pressed vigorously. '
All enterprises of this character have
had small beginnings. There is a great s
deal of work which this board can and t
will do if the co-operation of the church
in the South be secured. Of those
present at the meeting on Wednesday
two members came all the way from
Virginia and two from Columbia for no
other purpose than to attend the meet
ing. Plans were made and work laid
out, which will mean much for the
Lutheran church if carried out.
The Samm- r Schbool for vcachb-rs.
The Summer School for teachers
which op'ens on Monday, the 23 1, in the
Newberry Graded school bot'ding will
be, the superintendent and instructors
hope, successful in doing great henefit
to the teachers of tbe county. We re
member with pl*-asure the large atten
dance in Laureus last summer and the
good work done In a numbher of years
experenice in this work we bav'e not '
met a finer body of teachers in any
county, nor have we seen any profit
more by an institu'e We believe
we shall see e qually as grttifying re
suts this year in Newberry. We hope
to meet a large number of' progressive,
earnest teachers for the work on Mon
day morning, at 9 o'clock.
D. D Wallace,
S. J. Derrick,
A Oentle Hint.
in our style of climate, with its sud
den changes of temperature,-rain,9
wind and sunsbine often intermingled
in a single day,-it is no wonder that
our children, friends and relatives are
so frequently iaken from us by neglect
ed colds, half the deaths resulting di
rectly from tbis cause. A bottle of
Boshee's Germ'in Svrup kept about
your bomne for immediate use will pre
vent serious sicktess, a large doctor's
bill, and perhaps death, by the use of
three or four doses. For curing Con
.umption. Hemorrbages, Pneumonia,
Svere Coughs, Croup, or any disease
of the Throat or Lungs, its success is
Isimply wonderful, ais your druggist will
Itell ou G't a sample bottle free from
Wr E Pelham & Son. Reguliar ize, 75
HURIC RECIT 4L.
Hiss ntewart' Music Class Delights a
Large Audience at 1rosperity-An
The recital of Miss Stewart's music
lasp, at the High School building on
June 6th was enjoyed by a large and
appreciative audience. All of the
pupils acquitted themselves well and
reflected credit upon their accomplished
Waltz, F. R Webb-Miss Annie
Song Witlout Words, P Guriitt
Miss Lucile Wise.
The, Fountain, C Bohm-Miss Iso
Recitation, The Bachelor's Sale
iss Willie Mae Wise.
Galop, F. R. Webb-Miss Clara Gib- I
Mazurka, F. Chopin-Miss Estelle
Recitation, Soldier of the Rhine,
ion. Mrs Norton--Miss VirgiA
Menuet, F. R Webb-Miss Willie
On the Meadow, Otto Hackh-Miss
Recitation, Miss Edith Helps Things
)ong, Bret Harte-Miss Annie Mose
Valse. P. Tschaikowsky-Miss Virg ie
In Rank and File, G. L-,nge-Miss
Rosa Belle Harman.
Song Without Words, F. Mendels
;ohn-Mliss Lillian Wise.
Recitation. Daisy's Fith, Joanna
1attbews-Miss Isoline Wyche.
Waltz, Alfred Marsheck-Mist Beat
Valse, H. Lichner-Miss Grace
Duet. Wedding March from "Loben
rrin'', R Wagner-Misses Lillian Wise
tnd Isoline Wyche.
Awarding of medals.
While the ushers were gathering the
iumerons bouquets for the pupils, Miss
3tewart favored the audience with a
weet solo, which was liberally ap
Dr. C. T. Wyche presented the first
nedal, as awarded, to Miss Lillian
Wise. The second was presented to
diss Rosa Belle Harmon by Rev. Mr.
.utz, who made some interesting re
narks upon music .and urged the im
)ortance of teaching this branch to
>ovs as well as girls.
Misses Isoline Wyche and Annie
doselev were accorded honorable men
ion, having made an average of 95 and
Thus ended one of the most enjoyable
ecitals ever given in Prosperity.
Even a Stale Groans
inder the torment of neuralgia, when
very nerve in face or limb tbrobs and
umps. Philosophy cannot endure this
gony but Perry Davis' Painkiller re
ives it. Bathe thbe effected parts free
y, keep them warm and do not exr'ose
roursef to cold and dampness Medi
al science marches right along, but it
ias no't f ound the equal of Painkiller in
be treatment of neuralgia.
State just What You Want.
There is a lot of the most desirable
rade that no one gets who doesn't
andle "Clifton" flour. Users of "Clif
on" can't be satisfied with any other
ind. "Clifton" has established a new
standard, a standard of purity and the
ighest excellence If you have not
ied "Clifton" recently, you should by
Il means instruct your grocer to send
you a sack when you order flour again.
)on't let him persuade you he has
something just as good. He may be
>ying other so-called patent flour at a
ittle less than he pays for "Clifton,"
od he naturally wants to push this on
iou because be makes a few cents more
n it. Insist on having "Clifton" if
'ou want the purest and best. Bransford
iills, Owensboro, Ky?
The union meeting of the Reedy River
ssocition will convene with Bush
iver church at 10 a. in., June 28-29,
902, to render following programme:
10 a. m. Devotional Exercises-Pas
10 15. Organization of Union-Mod
10.30. The revivals our churches most
eed, and the way in which they may
'e secured-N. N Barton.
1115. Faults that hinder spiritual
:rowth and usefulness-G W. L. Spear
Recess-Dinner served on the grounds.
1.30 p. m. Our duty to State Mis
ions-R. G. Wallace, Dr. James McIn
2 15. Sermon-G A. Wright.
A M. Sunday-school: Opening exer
10 15. The principle on which it
h"uld be founded-L. W. Swope.
10.30. Its chief end-H. W. Fowler.
10 45. The importance of the teach
r' preparation to teach-E. H. Long
11.00 Its influence. (a) In the pro
Dot ion of character-Eugene Leaveli
() On prosperity of church-J. M.
V,rk man, Sr.
11 30. Missioniary sermnon-N N.
200 p mn. Methods of increasinig
issionary contributions-Waiter B.
2 30 What Bible doctrines do oar
hurches most need to have preached?
Week End Rates.
For the summer months the South
rn Railroad has announced week 'end
-ates as follows for the round trip: TIo
partanburg and Greenville, $2; to
harleston, $4.50. Tickets sold Satur
.ty mornings, evenings and Sunday
nornings. GooC to leave destination
ny time Monday. tf
Ony 50 Cents
o ake your oaby strong and 4
well. A fifty cent bottle of
Swill change a sickly baby to
.plump, romping child.
SOnly one cent a day, think
of it. Its as nice as cream.
Send fora free sample, and try it.
SScoTT & BOWNE, Chemists,
* - Pearl Street, New York.
Soc. and $1.oo; all druggists.
W YAT P AIKEN, OFABBEVILLE,
is htreby announced as a candi
date for Congress from tLe ''t,ird Con
gressional District, and is pledged to
abide the result of the D.mocratic
W E are authorized t' announce
Wm. N. Graydon as a candidate
for Congre- from the Third Congres
siotal Di. r.et, subje t to the action of
the Dh micratic prim-try election
H. MC-'ALLA, OF A13BEVILL E,
I. is hereby anu-uiiced a candidate
for CongresN from the Third Congres
sional District in the Democratic pri
mary and is pledged to abide the result
of the same,
G EO E Phf t ESQ., OF AN
derson, is be-reby announced as a
candidate for Congress from the Third
Congressional District, and is pledged
to abide the result of the Democratic
I ANNOUNCE myself as a candida'e
for Congress in the Third District
subject to the action of the Democratic
E. M. RU('KER, JR.
DR. R F. SMITH OF PICKENS,
is hereby announced as a canai
date for Congrees from the Third Con
gressional Distri-t, and is pledged to
abide the result of the Democratic pri
WM. J STRIBBLING OF WAL
halla, Oconnee County, is here
by announced as a candidate for Con
gress from the Third Congressional
District in the Democratic Primary
and is pledged to abide the result of the
TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS
of Nos. 1, 2 and 8 townships: I
hereby announce myself as a cand .date
for Magistrate for the above mentioned
Townships, and pledge myself to abide
the result of the primary.
R C. MAYB[N.
MR C. B. T1DWELL is hereby an
nounced as a candidate for Magis
trate for Townships Nos. 1, 2 and 8,
and is p!edged to abide the result of
the primary election.
MR P. B. ELLESOR is hereby an
nounced as a candidate for re-elec
tion as Magistrate for No. 10 Township,
and is pledged to abide the result of
the primary election.
I HEREBY announce myself a candi
date for Magistrate for Township
No. 11, and pledge my,elf to abide the
result cf the primary election.
W. F. SUBER.
COLIN L. GRAHAM is hereby an
nounced as a candidate for Magis
trate for No. 11 Township and is pledged
to abide the results of the Democratic
J H. CHAPPELL is hereby an
* nounced as a candidate for Mag
istrate for Townships Nos. 1, 2 and 8,
and as pledged to abide the result of
the Democratic primary election.
IHEREBY A.NNOUNCE MYSELF
a can didate for Magistrate for
Townships Nos. 1, 2 and 8, and pledge
myself to abide the result of the Demo
cratic primary. C ECAT
For Sub Supervisor.
WALl'ER P. COUNTS IS HERE
Wby annou~nced as a candidate for
Sub-Supervisor for the county and is
pledged to abide the result of the
T O THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS
of Newberry County: We take
pleasure in announcing the name of
. A. C. Kibler as a candidate for the
ffice of Sub Supervisor, and pledge his
abiding faith in the result of the Demo
PULASKI LODGE NO. 20.
M EETS EVERY FRIDAY NIGH T
at 8 o'clock at their hall at the
raded School building. Visitors cor
WM THOMAS, N. G
T. S Hudson, Secretary.
MCa1idillR IjeiaI LoNge No. 9.
W ILL MEET TOMORROW
night at 8 o'clock in Odd Fel
os' Hall. Visitors cordially invited.
Miss IDA TURNIP'@EED, N. G.
Miss Maggie Hutchison, Sec.
THE PATRONS OF M V. PILGRIM
School will meet onWednesday,July
2nd, at 10 o'clock for the purpose of
lecting a teacher for a term of seven
months. Applications to be handed to
ei'her of the undersigned Trustees by
J.IM. WERTS, Pro-perity
J. A. LONG, Sligh's.
W. M. CHAP VMAN, Sligh's.
T HE PAT[RONS OF THE KI
nard's reboo1 will meet on.Wednes
ay, July 2nd, for the purpose of elect
ing a teaching for the next term
erm., seven months. A pplicattions to
e handed to either of the undersigned
trustees by that date
0. B EVANS.
J C. GARY.
S. E. KENN ERLY.
Kinard's S. C. - Tru,tees
COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON,
Charleston, 5. 0.
FOUNDED IN 1765.
St rong Faculty; well e quipped chemi
al, physical,anld iological laboratories;
[ibary of 14,000 volumes; the finest
Musum of Natural History in the
South. Elective courses leading to the
:egrees of B A., B S.. and M. A.
Board with furnished rooms in College
Dormitory cant be obtaine-d for $10 a
month. Tuition, $40. One Scholar
ship giving free tuition is assigned to
Newberry (County, the holder to be
appointed by the Probate Judge and
the County Superintendent. Total ex
penses for Scholarship students, $112 to
$130. All candidates for admission are
permitted to compete for vacant
Boyce Scholarships which pay $150 a
Entrance Examinations will be held
at Newberry on Friday, July 11, 1902.
Next session begins September 29. For
akes short roads.
nd light loads.
ood for everything
that runs on wheels.
Made by STANDARD OIL 00.
CAR LOAD GUANO just received.
SUM M ER BROS.
SCHUMPERT'S Rolling Mill open.
Ready to make engagements day
or night. Satisfaction guaranteed.
2t R. L. Schumpert.
A FINE lot first class Brick for sale
at the Matthews' brick yard. Ap
ply to J. Cal. Neal or H. M. Buzhardt
at Newberry, or write to W. B. Mayes,
Green wood, S. C. 4t.
COMPLETE line of Trunks from
$3 50 to $18 00, at Wooten's.
JUST received lot of Silk Mitts in
plain and lace, at Wooten's.
C AR LOAD GUANO just received.
OFFICE HOURS-Persons having
business with the County Super
intendent of Education will please call
at his office on Mondays and Saturdays,
as those are his office days.
tf Eug. S. Werts, Sup',.
ALL business that's business is "re
ciprocity" business. We help
those who help us; it pays us and them.
The Newberry Steam Laundry.
SMITH BROS'. Roller Mill at Kinards
will gried for the tenth. The out
put of this mill has a wide reputation
for its excellent quality. Customers
are treated right and perfect satisfac
tion is guaranteed.
YOUNG JACK for service. Apply
to A. L. Knighton.
tf .M. M. BUFORD.
MONEY TO LOAN-We negotiate
loans on improved farm lands at
eight per cent. interest on long time.
Hunt, Hunt & Hunter, At,tornejs.
WANTED, at the Newberry Hotel
ST pring Chiekens and eggs.
f&t8t W. A. Jamieson, Proprietor.
AVEthigsup to date. Send your
Clars and Cuffs to Newberry
JO bundle too small, none too large;,
.Lto have our attention.
Newberry Steam Laundry.
L A DIES' full Seamless Drop Stitch
H:se 3 pair for a quarter, at
jF you have fault to find do not hesi
tate to tell us. All complaints are
arefully.considered at the Newberry
OLEAN LINEN pays. In order to
have it this way send it to New
erry Steam Laundry.
(R ANUL ATED Sugar 201bs per $1.00
' Mason's Fruit Jars, per doz .75c
elly Tumblers, for doz - .35c
Star Lye, 4 boxes, -.25c
We will sell the above for 10 days.
The Smith Co.,
T O TELEPHONE SUBSCRIBERS
Please add to your phone lists:
Rev. W L. Seabrook, residence 16.
H. A. Meyer & Son, Granite Front
Jas. F. Todd's store 69.
J. W. Kibler, residence 11.
L. W. FLOYD,
Manager Telephone Exchange.
A PECTACLES AND EYEGLASSES
Do your eyes ache and burn at
ight? I bave the best trial case for
itting Spectacles and Eyeglasses, and
an fit the most difficult eyes, with the
roper glasses. I have fitted glasses
or the best people in the county and
~an fit you. I use only the best grade
rystaline lenses. Come and give me
1 trial and be convinced. Strictly one
rice to all. GUY DANIELS,
Jeweler and Optician.
lt dosn't pay to be a
mile behind the band
wagon. Be in it a.nd
let the other fellw do
the following. Moral.
Send your laundry to
the Newberry Steam
Land aQid security Co.
WILL BUY AND SELL
Notes, Bonds and
Stocks of all kinds and
People Sometimes Think
that pure white lead is~ the only
paint Many is the time it has
gone had an~d did the leadmaker
satisfy the cimnplaint? The only
comfort the man got was that he'd
used l'ad. (Cold comfo,rt. Not so
with Longmani & Martinez Paint.
They stand ready to make good
the slightest fi t,w.
The Newberry Hardware Co.,
Sole Agents, Newberrv. S. C.
Have you Visited our S
If not, come and
show you about o
and pretty things
visit us. All buyer
have something to
to their interest as
low and qualities
low prices mean
Not so with us. la
our counters, all cl
chandise, as chear
sort, much cheap
run. Stylish buye
in .mind that we
the times in all det
Small buyers si
because they will k
the utmost cons
get value receivec
amount they may
Large should corn
stock is complete,
good, our prices col
Goods, Colored an
Goods, Silks all
Goods, Lawns, Li
prices to please yc
you in our store.
~ Silk Mitts, black and white,
Lace Mitts, black, 50c.
.Stitched Mercerize] Satin B
Fine quality Stitched Satin:
and white faggoting stitch, 50
Val. Laces, and insertinigs i
. I 10c. and 15c. yd.
Beautiful line Silk Gauze F
Trunks, Suit C
'' at very saving i
When we advertise we ha
advertise to sell and sell v
lying. 5000 2 lb cans tor
>ther Bargains sold in less
There are some who,
after the early bird has cai
hen say, why you adverta
goods. We say to these, \
ients, come at once, for
There are those who take
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1,500 Cans 31b Tomatoes, 10c per cai
2003b cans Syrup apples,8es pre
1,000 21b cans Syrup Peaches 8c per
1,000 31b cans Danish Cabbage, Sc p<
1,500 21b cans Blackberries, 9e per es
500 21b cans Cherries, (good enough
We have bargains for every one in e'
Clothing and Shoes. We bought our goo
to keep warm. New goods arriving daily
Yours for I
tore this Spring?
let us tell and
ur many new
. You should
s should. We
ers will find it
our prices are
Jo seconds on
ean good mer
i as the other
er in the long
rs should bear
tre abreast of
-ould visit -us
>e treated with
l for whatever
spend with us.
e because our
d Black Dress
slh Gods, Um
of all kinds at
u. Let us see
Belts, wit h new black
i1 matched pa'terns,
as, 69c. and 75c.
ri. P t e- s
e the goods, but we
e do. Goods go a
n.atoes and a lot of
than two weeks.
wake at last, come
ght the worm and
e and dont have the
Vatch our advertis
delay is dangerous.
advantage of every
de, 8e per can.
for Prince Henry) 9e per can.
rery line, especially Dry Goods,
:d while competition|was blowing
he best at the lowest,~
The Fair anrd Sqare Dealer.