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Loss by Fire.
A house on Mr. G. J. Wilson's place,
about six miles from the city, near the
line between Townships 2 and 11, was
destroyed by fire on Thursday night.
Loss about $150. There was no insur
Miss Daisy Copeland, daughter of
Mr. J. F. Copeland, of Clinton, and Mr.
B. W. West, of this city, were married
at the residence of tlhe late Mr. Elijah
Martin, near Trinity, Sunday afternoon,
Rev. L. W. Swope officiating.
T--aehers xcelslor Nchool Elected.
At a meeting of the patrons of Ex
celsior school on Firiday afternoon, Rev.
P. H. E. Derrick, of Prosperity, was
elected principal, and Miss Alva Waters,
of Jalapa, assistant teacher, for the
ensuing school term.
Nl- ttng of emnw.i'.e tCzecutive Cnon
The County Democratic Executive
Committee Will meet in the court house
on Saturday, the 2nd day of August,
at 9 o'clock a. m. All members are
urgently requested to be present, as
business of importance will be trans
acted. Please come prepared to sug
gest names for managers of election
at each precinct.
Jno. C. Goggans, Chairman.
Natfve of Japan to L.eture.
Zensuke Hinohara, a student of
Trinity College, N. C., and a native of
Yamaguchi, Japan, will deliver a lec
toe in the Central Methcdist church on
Wednesday afternoon at 6 p. m., the
a regular prayer meeting hour. He is
iting the various churches on his
estue tour for the purpose of secur
~ff. wdswith which to complete his
eiotean and a collection will be taken
ie public is cordially invited.
M g James ID Nance Cxmp.
'ottee is hereby given that a meet
i of James D. Nance Camp, No. 336,
1' V., wiR take place at 9:30 a. m.,
'tcIiMiday, the fourth day of August,
in the court house. All comrades
"- *tend promptly, as we will have
Stockeinemsr meeting before 10 o'clock
a. i.bwen the sessions court opens.
J. W. Gary, Commandant.
S Sebumpert, Adjutant.
Newberry, July 28, 1902. 2t
- bta Little peountain specilI.
ejj Columnbia, Newberry and Laurens
Railrad authorities request us to state
Stie Mpuz?ain on Friday, August 1st, the
.the annual college re
~ nmats that place, and will have ample
a enm~nsn for all who want to go.
Tlas t*ain will leave Newberry at 8
a einthe morning and returning will
a$bisaittie Mountain at 5 p. m. Fare
-*toun trip from Newberry, adults
S3 ebdMren25e. Prosperity, adults 25c;
ORTursday, July 24th, 1902, at the
neraManse, Mr. B. Y. Abramis and
a Eva Boozer, daughter of G. P.
nnsinlE!|q., all of Newberry County.
Cemby was performed by Rev. R. C.
a,X Ollie Floyd, daughter of Mr.
.Y. Floyd and Mr. Fred W. Pitts,.
aD o rinity community, were mar
ild t4tbe 'parsonage by Rev. L. W.
Sve, pastor of Bush River church,
tunrGIVe. Up the soperint.edncy'
Dr. GO.O B. Cromer has itesigned the
suggtendncyof the Sunday School of
the utheran Church of the Reedeemer.
OSu3ndy the resignation was accepted
andiMr Jnd. C. Goggans elected his
~Dr. Cromer has been superintendent
of thiscehool for something like fifteen
years, and it was with regret that on
account of the duties he was forced to
offer his resignation and the school to
lee (Oresra Feet,ival in West End.
kThe ice cream festival in West End
for the benefit of the Excelsior Reel
Team No. 2 on Saturday night, was
largely attended and was a complete
m sacess The occasion was a most pleas
nt one throughout.
SThe beautiful gold scarf pin offered
to the young lady selling the largest
number of tickets was won by Misses
Lucy Hughey, Annie Crooks and Annie
Attaway, there being a tie between
these three. Presentation by Mr. E.
SThe cake given to the most popular
young lady in West End to be voted
fr those in attendance, was won by
Miss Bessie Bouknight, she receivinig
S92 votes out of 266.
Th.cake decided by the cake walk
wasawadedMiss Annie Crooks.
Tell Your Neighbors
that you have bought your flour from
Bransford mills and you will be assured
that you could have not bought better.
This is a SATISFACTION ~TO YOU to
start out with. It is a comfort to know
that yo.u have the best. Long use will
complete your satisfaction. It is the
~satisfaction from long use experienced
by housekeepers everywhere, that has
established confidence in "Clifton"
flour. Good words for it, which you
.hear on every hand, spring from this
confidence. In justice to your best in
terests you ought to use "Clifton."
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Mrs. A. T. Brown has returned from
Col. W. H. Hunt spent Saturday
night in Columbia.
Mrs. L. B. Aull and son are visiting
relatives in Greenwood County.
Mrs. J. M. Wheeler, of Prosperity,
is visiting relatives in the city.
Mrs. Dr. S. Pope is visiting her
nephew, Mr. T. H. Pope, in Gaeenville. I
Mr. A. T. Feagle, now of Atlanta,
is on a visit lo friends and relatives in
Miss Minnie Cannon, of Prosperity,
visited relatives in the city the past
Miss Agnes Summer went to Pros
perity yesterday where she is visiting
Dr. Jas. P. Kinard and family, of
Rock Hill, are visiting his brother, Mr.
John M. Kinard.
Many sections of the county, includ
ing the city, enjoyed a good and refresh
ing rain yesterday.
The speaking by the congressional
candidates will begin in Jones' Grove
today promptly at 10 o'clock.
Overseers are notified by the Super
visor to work their roads and put same
in proper condition by September 1st.
Capt. W. T. Jackson, who is en- C
gaged in the work of macadamizing the
streets in Sumter, is at home for a few
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. West and chil
dren left yesterday for Greenville, -
where they will visit her sister, Mrs. s
Mr. O. McR. Holmes and family
leave today for Wrightsville Beach, I
N. C., where they will spend several 1
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Davenport re
turned on Sunday from a trip to New ?
York, Philadelphia, Washington, and b
other points. t
Mrs. Fannie Schumpert, who has
been visiting her brother, Mr. H. H.
Rikard, returned to her home in Pros
Sheriff M. M. Buford has been ap- n
pointed by Gov. McSweeney a delegate e
from this. State to the National Prison
Association, to meet in Philadelphia s
September 13-17. a
Hon. Cole L. Blease, who is with the c
State campaign party as candidate for a
ieutenant governor, spent Sunday at a
hme. He is standing the campaign g
well, and thinks his prospects bright. s,
The annual Masonic picnic will be '1
eld at Ebenezer camp. ground on "'
[hursday, the 14th of August. Promi- tV
ent Masons and speakers will be ii
resent. Full program will appear later. b)
Mr. J. E. Brim, of Dawson, Ga., who t
gaduated from Newberry College in a
the class of 1900, stopped over in New- C
erry yesterday on his way to New h
ork. He leaves today..
An examination for this county of i
applcants for appointment to the U. S.
aval Academy from South Carolina
will be held in the court house on July
Oth and 31st, Wednesday and Thurs-d
lay, begiining at 10 a. m.
.Promnpt Payment by HeptasopbsC
Capt. S. L Langford on last Tues
clay received a check for $1,000 payable t
o the order of Mrs. Hattie McCarty
o cover insurance on the life of her
Late husband in the Improved Order
eptasophs. This was prompt pay
nent and is a testimonial to the worth
f the order.
BronehWts For Twenty Years.
Mrs. Minerva Smith, of Danvilie, Ill ,
writes: "'I had broL.chitis for twenty
years and never got relief until I used
oley's Honey and Tar which is a sureF
ure." Gilder & Weeks.
Remaining in postoffie for week end
ing July 28, 1902:
-Jim Arrial- c
-Carry Baker, E V Bearden, Mrsd
Emma Boozer, J W Burton, D R ti
Boozer, Alex Boozer, F D Boozer,
Caroline Bookman- b
- Pink Carol, Miss T Clement, a
- Eliengh Elias. v
-Miss Anne Hahn, Jim Hennext, o
- Miss Mary Irwin.
-Miss Mary Joner, J R Johnson, Revt
A D C Jonson. t
-Mrs Amanda King.s
-L H Leon, A G Letzey, L C Living- n
-M C McNamare.
-Mrs Addia Nesbit.
-Mrs Mollie Rikard, J W Robertson,.
Miss Dora Rogers.
- Maggie Slowes, Martha Stone, a
Scott Suber, Mrs L M Sparman.
'- Belle Talbert.t
-Miss Sallie Wallace, D W Werts, e
Miss Georgianna Williams, Miss
Persons calling for these letters will t
please say they are advertised, a
Another ridiculous food fad has bee.n t
branded by the most competent authori- 1
ties. They have dispelled the silly no
tion that one kind of food is needed for(
brain, another for muscles, and still
nother for bones. A correct diet will t
not only nourish a particuiar part of a
the bd,but it will sustain every other ~
part. Yet, however good your food
may be, its nutriment is destroyed by a
indigestion or dyspepsia. You must j
prepare for their appearance or pre- t
vent their coming by taking regular a
oses of Green's Augast Flower, thet
favorite medicine of the healthy mil- ,
lions. A few doses aids digestion,r
stimulates the liver to healthy action,
urifies the blood, and makes you feel
buoy ant and vigorous. You can get
this reliable remedy at 1
Ge Green's Special Almanac.
THE MOLLOHON MILL.
31g Wheel Will Begin to Turn Thursday.
The Public Invited.
The big wheel of the Mollohon mill
vill begin to turn next Thursday at one
)'clock, and the mill will begin opera
President Summer invites the public
;o come out to the mill at that time
md inspect the building and machinery.
This event is one of importance
n the history of our city, and is a con
;ummation brought about by business
tbility of a high order. It has been
;omething less than ten months since
work was commenced on the mill, and
President Summer and the gentlemen
:onnected with him are to be congratu
ated on the progress that has been
Miss Eugenia Summer, daughter of
he president, will open the throttle
vhich will set the machinery in opera
ion, and work will be commenced at
umber of Improvements in ProgrePs-Sev
BE ralIrick Bu;loiogs to be Erected.
Work to Begin at Once-Nice
School Building and Cotton
Our policeman, Mr. Geo. S. Mer
hant is now wearing full uniform.
Our visitors from Columbia are
4essrs. A. H. Kohn, I. B. Nates,
rnest Bedenbaugh and Hart Kohn.
Rev. W. A. Lutz has decided to take
is vacation during August. He will
pend the time with relatives in North
Visitors from Atlanta are Mr. and
irs. R. L. Whites, Miss Connie Whites,
essrs. Sidney and Robert Summers.
Our town is getting a move on it.
any changes are being made. Work
n the building for the new bank has
egun. The old frame building next to
he postoffice has been. torn away and
uitable brick building will be erected.
All the brick for the town hall are on
he ground and the work will be com
leted in a very short time.
Mr. K. Baker has purchased the lot
ext to his on Main street and will
rect three nice brick stores. Work
rill begin at once. The "Old Drug
tore," Dr. Wyche's, will occupy one,
nd we are informed that a new firm
:mposed of Messrs. F. E. Schumpert
n R. C. Counts will occupy one. We
re glad to see these new buildings
oing up. We hope soon to have a nice
hool building, and then, a cotton mill.
he time is not far distant when we
aill have one of the prettiest little
wns in the country. Why shouldn't
be? We are situated in one of the
est sections of the State-thickly set
.ed country, excellent water, and
bove all-a healthy district. Then,
tizens, let us all pull togetther for
With best wishes to the Herald and
s readers, I am, X.
Sunday Schol Convenltion.
The County Interdenominational Sun
y School Convention will be in session
Zion church tomorrow and Thursday,
uly 30th and 31st. President Geo. B.
romer will be in attendance and will
reside over the sessions.
Following are the delegates chosen by
1e Sunday-schools of this city.
First Baptist-Messrs. M. J. Scott,
lickert, Mrs. J. H. West, Miss Anita
Lutheran Church of the Redeemer
[essrs. L. B. Kibler, Win. P. Houseal,
[rs. Jno. A. Summer.
Central Methodist-Messrs.' W. W.
odges, A H. Booth, Miss Alice
Aveleigh Presbyterian-Mr. W. F.
wart, Mrs. J. L. Williamson, Miss
Helena-Mr. Arthur Kibler, Miss
.ucy Epps, Miss Minnie Salter.
i.ike Daisies Before the Pteythe,
aby lives are destroyed in summer by
rolera infantum. The attack of the
sease is sudden, its progress is some
mes terribly rapid. Mothers who have
iven their children Perry Davis' Pain
iller in water with a few drops of
randy added can tell how this treat
ient has checked the diarrhoa and
omiting, and put the little patient out
Edanger. 25 and 50 cts.
mgresional Meeting at Young's Grove.
The candidates from the Third Dis
-ict for the National House of Repre
ntatives held forth at Young's Grove,
ear Prosperity, yesterday. About 250
rsons, including ladies, were in at
mdance. All the seven candidates
The meeting was devoid of special
icident, and none of the speakers was
These gentlemen will be in Newberry
xlay and at Longshore's tomorrow.
ure Bloodon Fois Canacer Ulcers, Ec
zema. Carbancles, Etc., Medicine Fret.
If you have offensive pimples or erup
ions, ulcers on any part of the body,
ching bones and join s, falling hair,
ucous patches, swollen glands, skin
tces and burns, sore lips or gums,
ating, festering mores, sharp, gnawing
ains, ther, you suffer from seriousi
bood p0o0o or the beginnings of dead
y cancr. You may he perman'rntly
ured by taking Botanic Blood Balm
B B B.) made especially to cure lhe
lorst blood and skini diseases. It kills
he poison in the bilood thereby givine
halty blood supply to the atected
>arts, heals every sore or ulcer, even~
eadly cancer, stops all aches and pains
d reduces all swellings. Botanice
Mood Balm cures all malignant blood
roubles, such as eczema, scabs and
cales, pimples. run ning~ sores. ear
puncles, scrofula, etc. EspeciaLlly ad-I
-isd for all obstinate cases that havc
eached the second o - tbird stage.
)ruggists, $1 To prove it cures, sam
)le of Blood Balm sent free and prepaid
>y writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta.
la. Describe trouble andI free medelal
Ldvce ent in sealed letter.
CONGRESSIONAL CAMPAIGN MEETINQG
Tgo Candidates With Us Today-Are Being
Entertained by the People of
The candidates for Congressional
honors are with us today. The meet
ing will be held in Jones' grove, and,
the speaking will begin promptly at ten
Following is a list of the candidates'
and the places where they are being
FOR THE SENATE.
Wm. Elliott, with Alan Johnstone.
A. C. Latimer, with R. H. Welch.
Jno. Gary Evans, with Jno. M. Ki
D. S. Henderson, with Geo. S. Mower.
J. J. Hemphill, with F. H. Dominick.
FOR THE HOUSE.
R. F. Smith, with Alan Johnstone.
Wyatt Aiken, with T. C. Pool.
I. H. McCalla, with J. M. Johnstone.
Geo. E. Prince, with John H. Wicker.
Wm. N. Graydon, with J. C. Gog
W. J. Stribbling, with Geo. B. Cro
E. M. Rucker, with M. L. Spearman.
F. P. Cooper, with E. H. Aull.
D. S. Murph, with 0. L. Schumpert.
In the program as arranged the
Senators will come first and the follow
ing order will be observed:
William Elliott, of Georgetown.
J. J. Hemphill, of Chester.
Jno. Gary Evans, of Spartanburg.
A.. C. Latimer, of Abbeville.
D. S. Henderson of- Aiken.
George Johnstone, of Newberry.
The candidates for the house will
speak in the following order:
W. J. Stribbling, of Oconee.
Wm. N. Graydon, of Abbeville.
I. H. McCalla, of Abbeville.
Geo. E. Prince, of Anderson.
E. M. Rucker, of Anderson.
R. F. Smith, of. Pickens.
Wyatt Aiken, of Abbeville.
Nentbetry an.i Lnr....s Cros. Hats in N. w
berry-The Columbia Games
The Laurens baseball team is in the
city engaged in playing a series of
three games with Newberry. Good and
interesting games are promised this
and tomorrow afternoon. Laurens has
a good team and plays good ball. Our
people know what to expect of the
Following is the line up of the teams:
Caine. p. Harrison.
Williams. c. McLeod.
Franks. 1 b. Saylor.
Irby. 2 b. Fishburne.
Moorman. 3 b. Cabaniss.
Richey. s s. Holland.
Todd. r f. Mayes.
Adams. c f. - Boozer.
Henderson. 1 f. Barksdale.
Games called promptly at 5 p. m.
Admission 25 cents and 15 cents.
NEWBERRY WINS IN COLUMBIA.
Newberry won two of the series of
three games with the 0. G. R. mills in
Columbia on Thursday, Friday and Sat
iirday of last week, winning the first
two and losing the last.
In the first game Harrison was in the
ox for Newberry, and Godfrey for
Columbia, Harrison allowing twelve
bits and Godfrey thirteen. Score, ?4
to 13 in favor of Newberry.
In the second game Simpson handled
the sphere for Newberry, and allowed
nly five hits. Sanders occupied the
box for Columbia and the New.berry
boys batted him to the tune of eight
bits. Score, 4 to 5 in favor of New-1
In the third and last game, with two
already to her credit, and not wishing
to dishearten the mill aggregation,
Newberry allowed herself to be dlefeat
ed by a score of 10 to 1. Laval, a left
hand twirler, did the honors for Colum- <
bia with only two hits to his credit,
while Harrison for Newberry allowed1
12 hits to be written beside his name
in the official score book.
It seems that the two teams are very
nearly evenly matched. Each has now
won the same number of games and
there has been one tie.
Cheap Exzcurs oni to Atlante.
An excursion from Columbia to At
lanta, via the S. A. L. and C., N. and
L., will be -run on Tuesday, July 29th,
leaving Columbia at 11 a. in., arriving
in Atlanta at 7 p. in. . The train will
pass Newberry at 12:26. Fare from
Columbia for the round trip, $2.50.
From all points between Irmo and Clin
ton, including Newberry, $2.00. Two
baseball teams and brass bands will be
on board. Separate coaches will be
provided for white and colored.
This is an excellent opportunmty to
take a pleasant and cheap trip to At
[Lerest paid ou de posits in the Savings
Department at the rate of 4 per cent.
per anbuum from date of deposit at
OIF N EWBERRY, S. C.
CAPITAL - - $50,000 00
We transues ac.L enerail Banking busi
nss and solicit t he aiccoun's of ina(i
viduals tirmns and corporations.
G EO. W. SUMMER. L. W..FLOYD.
G E. S. MOWER. P. C. SMITH.
A. J J. IIISON- W. H. HUNT.
JNO. M1, KINARD, President.
0. B. MAYER, Z. F. WRIGHT,
NEWBERRY COLLEGE REUNION
At LIRt1e Monntain on Friday--1 he Progran.
Special Train to be Riun from Newberry.
The approaching Newberry College
reunion, to be held at Little Mouatain
on Friday, the first of August, promises
to be one of the most successful in the
history of these annual gatherings.
An excellent program has been ar
ranged, and everything possible will be
(lone for the pleasure and comfort of
those who attend.
A special train over the C., N. & L.
will leave Newberry at 8 o'clock Friday
morning, and retui ning, leave Little
Mountain at 5 o'clock in the afternoon.
Ample accommodations will be provided.
The fare for the round trip from New
berry will be 50 certs for adults and 25
cents for children; from Prosperity 25
cents and 15 cents.
The opening address will be made by
Rev. J. K. Efird, pastor of holy Trinity
church, Little Mountain. Speeches on
educational topics will be delivered by
I. H. Hunt, Esq., of the Newberry Bar;
Rev. W. A. Lutz, pastor of Grace
2hurch, Piosperity; Hon. A. Frank
Lever, Congressman from the Seventh
District, Washington; and Dr. Geo. B.
Cromer, president of the college.
Barbecue dinner and refreshments
ill be furnished by Mr. A. N. Boland.
Two Bottles ured Him.
"I was troubled with kidnev com
laint for sh;ut tvt, years." writ-s
. H. Davis, of Mt Sterling, Ia., "but
wo bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure
;ffected a permanent cure." Gilder &
OR SALE-8-horse Talbot Engine,
50-saw gin and condenser and power
)ress, also shingle machine-cheap.
tpply to J. B. CLARY.
FINE LOAD BRADFEORD M EL
ions, Saturday. I sell Groceries
,hemwr for cash than any house.
.1 P. COOK.
WALL Paper can be had at Wooten's
where its kept in stock. tf
JANTED-Scrap Iron of every de
scription, and old machinery. Any
:nd of fire wrecks or stocks. Write
*or particulars. Address J. B. Gar
'unkel, Columbia, S. C. t&f8t
YOU want a cool coat? You can get
it at Wooten's. tf
YOUNG JACK for s.rvice. Apply
to A. L. Knigiton.
tf M. M. BUFORD.
RAVE thingrs up to date. Send your
-Collars ~and Cuffs to Newberry
~O bundle too small, none too large,
to have our attention.
Newberry Steam Laundry.
A LL at The Herald and News office
for Labor contracts, Rent con
racts, Liens, etc.
GLEAN LINEN pa,s. In orde'r to
Shave it this way send it - to New
)erry Steam Laundry.
[Fyuhave fault toa find do not hesi
tat t tllus. All complaInts are
~arefnly consider--d at the Newberry
ONEY TO LOAN-We negotiate
-loans cu improved farm lands at,
~igt per ceant. interest on long time.
lunt, Hunt & Hunter, Attorneys.
UBBER ST AM PS - ame stamp
15c. per line. Pads 10e. Dates,
nerchants marking outfits. J. P. Cook,
leiverry, S. C., Rubber Stamp Manu
acturer. 6ms itaw
N PECTACLES AND EYEGLASSES
Do your eyes ache and burn at
iight? I have the best trial case for
itting Spectacles and Eyeglasses, and
:an fit the most difficult eyes, with thbe
)roper glasses. I have fitted glasses
or the best people in the county and
an fit you. I use only the best grade
Drystaline lenses. Come aud give me
ttrial and be convinced. Strietly one
rice to all. GUY DANIELS,
Jeweler and Optician.
HE Newberry Roller Mill is now
-'ready for grinding the new crop of
vheat. You can make engagements
or day or night. Remember they
rind for the tenth. The mill makes
ess seconds and shorts and more first
ass flour than the other mills. Hence
t will pay you to take your wheat to
;hem: Their guarantee is more than
l other mill offers. Give them your
yrinding and you will be better pleased
;han anywhere eise.
It dosn't pay to be a
mile behind the band
agon. Be in it and
et the other feliw do
he following. Morel.
Send your laundry to
he Newberry Steam
Sheriff's Delinquent Tax Sale
Y VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION
to me directed by Jno. L. Epps,
sq., Treasurer of New berry County, I
il sell on Monday, the 4th day of Au
rust, 1902, (Saleday) at Newberry Court
E-ouse, the following property, viz:
A ract of land in No. 4 Township
:ontaining Nine Hundred and Nine (909)
Xres, more or less, assessed to W. D.
dIayfield, and known as the Kissiah
Davis plantation, bounded by lands of
eo. S. Mower, C. K. Baker, Jno. N.
uber, and others.
A tract of land in No. 8 Township
assessed to Gross Floyd, containing Six
(6) Acres, more or less, bounded by
ands of Frank Schumpert, Thomas
-Lerbert, A uthor Mendenhall and others.
Terms of Sale: Cash. Purchaser to
pay for papers.
9 ale of personal property for dehin
uent taxes will be advertised later.
M. M. BUFORD.
Sheriff Newberry County.
Sheriff's Office, JIuly 14. 1902.
he Riser Millinery Company
is offering their entire line of HA'ITS
and TRIMMINGS at COST. Call
Sand se hem before buying.
our entire stoc
Muslins and 0
be closed out i
Also Odds and Ei
Lengths from evei
at reasonable pri
White Goods, Swi
tes, Wash Silks
Dress Goods. In f
partment has bee
and you are the
and take advanta
ALL LOW CU'
Ladies Oxfords worth $2.
" . " "$1
Misses Oxfords at the sa
Men's Low Cut Shoes at
Men's and Boys' Straw
Those worth 15c now 8 1-2
now 7c., and many othe
Whave fu.ll stock Butterick Patteri
for sale by single copy or y
Our Great Sum
CLOTHING, LOW CUT S
F RO M now uritil Sept. 1 st
Hamer Clothing, LwCt
and from the best manuf
n New York withnn pwrc
We have reduced prices o
Stock.arIf you are in quesi
new, clean and stylish gc
No Goods Cliargod
k of Printed
ids and Short
s, Linen Batis
act every de
n touched in
ge of this op
[S H OE S.
00, going at $l.00.
50, going at $ .75.
.00, " at .60.
75, " at .45.
Hats at half price.
Ic. Those~worth 10c
r good things being
iz on hand, also Dlelineators
ruer Sale of
HOES, HATS, ETC.
.we will sell all Sum
it Shoes and Straw
'hese Goods are new
acturers. When we
t the Goods cost us
atage added to you.
of first-class Goods
the chance to secure
>ods. We will take
ricing these goods.
at Cut Prices.