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At the recent examination held in
this city for scholarships in Winthrop,
College, the following young ladies won P
scholarships: Miss Gertrude Reeder,
Miss Bessie Counts and Miss Leona v
'['te best phyric -Chawt eriaifn's Sto
mach and Liver Tablts Eisy to take.
Ptea"'an. e'i F\r s:ale at Smith'- b
drug s"e re, Newt, rey, au AuN, Hen z n
& Co, P,omaria
I'NeII U..-na wr*tic Club. tE
The O'Neall Democratic club will d
meet on Saturday at 3 o'clock for the
purpose of making up a new roll, the h
old roll being lost. Every Democrat
come out. G. S. Moore, President.
P. W. Sheely, Secretary. y
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Chb'mbt riain's Coli', Cnolera and
Diarrho-a R-'medy bas a woril wide
i eputation for it cures It never failsU
and is pleasant and wife to take. t-or
sale at Smith's drug s'ore, Newberry,
and Au.1, Heotz & Co. Pwnaria. t
Maida of Hosnor Named.
Commander Hagood of the South
Carolina division, Sons of Veterans, has it
appointed Miss Mary Nance Fair, of of
Newberry, and Miss Glyds Fleming, of Ir
Spartanburg, maids of honor to Miss
Fannie McCaughrin, division sponsor fr
for the sons at the Greenville reunion b<
this week.-The State. A
Henry L. Shattuck of Sbellsburg, w
rowa, was cured of a st:unch troutle re
with which he bad been affi cted for th
years, by foir boxes of Chatetrlain ' s
Stomach and Liver Tatlets. He had
previously pried mat'y other remedies r
>nd a number of physicians witbout re
lief. For sale at Smith's drug store,
Newberry, and Aull, Hentz & -Co., W
Barbecue sd Ice Cream Festival. ax
Saturday evening, August 9th, a bar- Ir
becue and ice cream festjval and an en- A
tertainment by the ladies will be given
mi West End at the Old Chapel, on o
-'Neall street. The proceeds to go to fe
the joint SundaySchools of West End. th
The candidates will all be there and all
wll be given an opportunity to speak. ar
Supper will be served from 6 to 10 p
o'clock. Everybody is invited.
Shatters all Records.
Verbena, Ala , paid a vast sum to doc- pa
-tors to cure a severe case of piles, H
'psing 24 tumors. When all failed, re
Buklen's Arnica Sa ve soon cnred
him Subdue Inflammation, co)nquers
Aches, kills Pains. Best salve in the
world. 25c at all druggist. ol
-Decidedly the Best.M
The Anderson Intelligencer of the 6th, t
in speaking of the campaign meeting i
that city, has the following to say of
- -Col. George Johnstone's address: G
"The first address was by Hon. George ga
Johnstone, and it was decidedly the 0!
best address delivered. His principal m
theme was government by the people
as against paternal government, and W
his remarks on this subject were broad, B<
learned and eloquent. He spoke of the sii
great and varied industries of this coun- re
~try, and the necessity of electing aman thi
breed enough to aid in placing his party.
enl that high plane which protects and p
-fosters all without favoritism to any. th
- Just Look At Her.
Whence came that sprightly stp, th
faultless skin, rich, rosv complexi0o'
smiling face. She looks- good, feels
good Here's her secret She uses Dr. R<
King's New Life Pills. Result,- all
organs active, digestion good, no head
aches, no chance for "blues " Try a
them yourself. Only 25c at all drag. E.
& Sad Death.tl
An aged colored woman familiarly
known as "Aunt Peggy" was buriedti
today. About a week ago, while sick ti
at night, she upset a lamp and her
- ~clothes taking fire, she was badly
burned. Her shrieks aroused Mr. Ja- of
cob Perkins for whom she was cooking. mn
With a vigorous effort he took her from
the house which was entirely consumed. ba
The united efforts of both black and bc
white to administer to the poor old suf- m
ferer showed the esteem in which she
was held. She was reared by Mr.ti
Taplow Harris. At his sale she was
bought by Dr. Thompson Wilson, from
whom she was freed. She fell "in the R
harness." Over seventy, she was mak- M
ing a good living by her own labor. -
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A Care for Cho!era Iunfanltum.
"List May," sa s Mrs. Curtis Boker, tI
of Bookwalter, Ohio, "an infant child la
of our neighbor's was suffering from bi
choliera infant um. Tc e doctor had.
given up all hopes of recovery. I took i
a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, ChoL- he
era and Diarrhoea Rem'dy to the m
house, telling them I felt sure it would B:
do good if used according to directious.
In two days' time the child had fullyH
recovered, and is now (nearly a ' ear
- since) a vigorous bealthy girl. I have
recommended this Remedy fr equnent y
and have never known it to f4iI in any da
single Instance." For sale at Smith'
drug store, Newberry, and Aull, fieDtZ, C(
& Co. Pomaria, b
Tell Your NelghborR
that you have bought your flour from t
Branisford mills and you will be assured 6t
that you could have not bought better.
This is a SATISFACTION TO YOU to
start out with. It is a comfort to know al
that you have the best. Long use will c
complete your satisfaction. It is the w
satisfaction from long use experienced o1
by housekeepers everywhere, that has nr
established confidence in "Clifton"
flour. Good words for it, which you t
hear on every hand, spring from this C
'confidence. In justice to your best in- If
terests you ought to use "Clifton."
BRANSFORD MILLS, 0
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUr.
The primary election is only a little
ver two weeks off.
Mrs. J. W. White is visiting Mrs. A.
Sproles in Greenwood.
Things have been unusually quiet in
)lice circles the past few days.
Mr. J. I. Wheeler, of Columbia, is
siting relatives in the city.
Miss Nannie Kelsey, of Fort Lawn,
C., is visiting at Mr. J. W. Davis'.
Madam Rumor has it that wedding
Als will ring out in Newberry in the
Col. E. H. Aull and family left yes
rday for Dysons, to spend several
ys with his parents.
Friends of Mayor Otto Klettner place
im in nomination for re-election as
[ayor of Newberry.
Sheriff Buford went to Spartanburg
esterday to bring back a prisoner that
a had had arrested there.
We learn from the Union paper that
[r. D. C. Flynn will open a store in
nion on September 1st.
Chairman Goggans has received 8,000
ekets for the primary election-that
for the state officers.
Miss Ethel Duncan, of Newberry, is
the city visiting Miss Ailleen Duckett,
1 Church street. -Greenwood Daily
Mr. T. J. Hayes returned yesterday
om Mt. Sidney, Va., where he has
en to attend the funeral of Rev. Geo.
Mrs. R. L. Bryant, of Orangeburg,
ill arrive in Newberry today to visit
atives. She has been visiting for
te past week at Prosperity.
Mr. J. C. Dominick is running a car
age for the accommodation of the pub
Orders left at Cabaniss market
ill be promptly attended to.
Misses Minnie Scofield, Mamie Oetzel
id Mr. T. E. Dean left yesterday
orning for Newberry on a visit to Mrs.
T. Brown.-Union Progress, 6th.
The Southern railway sold something
,er one hundred tickets to the Con
derate reunion at Greenville from
Rev. W. L. Seabrook and his two sans
e spending a while on the coast at
twley's Island. Mrs. Seabrook and
.ughter will leave today to visit in
inchester, Va., their old home.
We publish on the first page of this
~per the address delivered by I. H.
imt, Esq., at the Newberry College
union at Little Mountain on the 1st.
Misses Carrie Pool and Mira Mower,
Newberry, who have been visiting
iss Helen White for some time, re
ned home Friday. -Abbeville Me
Magistrate Chappell yesterday sent
sorge Summers, colored, to the chain
ing for five months. Three months
a charge of petty larceny, and two
nths on a charge of assault.
Col. W. H. Hunt went to Greenville
ednesday to attend a meeting of the
ard of Trustees of Furman Univer
:y for the purpose of considering the
signation of President Montague, of
County Chairman Goggans has ap
inted the following committee from
e executive committee to have tickets
inted and to attend to sending out the
xes, etc., for the primary election on
e 26th: M. M. Buford, W. H. Hunt,
.I. Spearman, Jacob Senn and T. M.
Miss Hortense Long, the experienced
d tender nurse who has been at Mr.
H. Aull's for the past few weeks,
t on Wednesday for Columbia. From
ere Miss Long will go to Greenville
response to a call to nurse a case of
phoid fever. Miss Long is an atten
re, faithful and devoted nurse, and
iderstands her profession.
Of Afl ant weather Enemies
humanity cholera is the worst. Treat
ent to be effective must be prompt.
*hen vomitiug, p urging, and sweat an
unce that the disease is present, com
it it with Perry Davis' Painkiller. All
wel troubles, like diarrhoea, cholera
orbus and dysentery are overcome by
tinkiller. It is equally health-promo
ag in all climates.
Married August 3d by Rev. Y. V. A.
iser, Mr. 0. W. Black, of Saluda, and
iss Flossie Merchant of Newberry Co.
In the published list of managers for
te primary election, published in our
st paper, some of the clubs were left
ank, where no names had been handed
The following names have been
mnded to the county chairman, as
anagers at the factory club: P. F.
xter, Neel Campbell and Brooks
Alken Gets Flowers.
At the campaign meeting here yester
y Hon. Wyatt Aiken, candidate for
>ngress, was presented with a lovely
uquet of flowers by members of Co.
D,'' First S. C. Infantry. Red, white
id blue ribbon was very prominent on
e flowers. -Anderson Intelligencer,
Before leaving Newberry I will sell
;a sacrifice, rather than ship from
are, 3 large store lamps, one. show
tse, one iron safe, five beds, with or
ithoutprings, mattresses, cook stove,
1 stove, extension table and other fur
ture. The house I will move into in
nion is already furnished and the store
is electric lights. All the goods
iat are now on hand in Drygoods,
lothing, Shoes and Picture Frames,
will sell at almost any reasonable of
er rather than ship. I will leave New
arry in twelve days, and this is your
>portunity for bargains.
Dn C. Flynn, Manager.
THE MASONIC PICNIC.
Prosperity and Amity Lodgre to Be Called
Fiom Labor to Refreshmente at Ebene
zor the 14th-Interesting Program.
Prosperity Lodge, No. 115, and Amity
Lodge, No. 87, A. F. M., of Newberry,
will give their annual masonic picnic
Thursday, August 14th, at Ebenezer
camp ground, near Newberry.
All members and their invited guests
are expected to be present on that occa
sion. As it is to be a basket picnic
each family is expected to bring a bas
Let each mason put aside care and
business for that day; bring his family,
friends and basket, and in reality pass
from labor to refreshment.
The following program has been ar
ranged for the occasion, the exercises
to begin promptly at 10 o'clock:
Welcome Address, I. H. Hunt.
Secrets of Masonry, C. T. Wyche.
Masonic Landmarks, Geo. S. Mower.
Fraternity, Joseph H. Hair.
Masonic Oration, Rev. Vernon
Recess to 2 p. m.
Masonic Virtues, Otto Klettner.
Lessons of Masonary, Fred H. Domi
Friendship, Love and Truth, J. Mar
Masonic Oration, J. K. S. Ray.
The following members have been ap
pointed to act as the Reception Com
mittee on that occasion: W. E. Pel
ham, J. L. Wise, J. M. Foster, J. B.
Stockman, Edward Scholtz, J. P. Can
non, W. S. Langford, G. Sam Moore,
McK. Hutchison, N. H. Young, J. W.
Earhardt, C. M. Harman, Van Smith,
J. B. Bedenbaugh, T. 0. Stewart, Jr.,
J. W. McCullough, 0. B. Mayer, W. A.
McFall, G. M. B. Epting, R. C. Carlisle,
J. C. S. Brown, J. H. Abrams.
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS.
I. H. Hunt, chairnan; C. T. Wyche,
George S. Mower, R. T. C. Hunter,
Fred H. Dominick, B. B. Shumpert, H.
C. Hunter, E. S. Werts. D. F. Pifer.
Meteorological KPcord Auguat, 1902.
Mean maximum temperature, 94.3;
mean minimum temparature, 69.5;
mean temperature, 82.3; maximum
temperature, 10.4, date 5th; minimum
temperature, 62, date 25th. Greatest
daily range, 31.
Total 2.83 inches. Greatest in 24
hours, 1.31 inches, date 24th.
Number of days-with 11 inches or
more precipitation, .6; clear 11; fair
14; cloudy 6.
Thunder storms 10, 13, 24.
20th, rained .20 inches in 9 minutes.
24th, rained 1.29 inches in 1 hour.
The average rainfall for July for 15
years was 5.52 inches.
Deficiency for July, 1902, is 2.69
inches. W. G. Peterson,
Women and Jewels.
Jewels, candy, flowersa, m-,n-that is
the order of a woman's preference.
Jewels form a magnet of mighty power
to the average woman. Even that
greatest of all jewels, health, is often
ruined in the strenuous efforts to make
or save the money to purchase them
If a woman will risk her health to get a
coveted gem then let her fortify her
self against the insiduous conse
quences of coughs, colds and bronchial
affections by the regular use of Dr.
Bosehee'-s German Syrup It will
promptly arrest consumption in its
early stages and heal the affected lungs
and b"-onchial tubes and drive the dread
disease from the system It is not a
ureall, but it is a certain cure for
coughs, colds and all bronchial troubles.
You can get this reliable remedy at
W. E. Pelbam & Son.
Get Green's Special Almanac
A Remarkable Man.
The newspapers seem to agree that
of all the Senatorial candidates, Col.
George Johnstone is making the best
headway at the meetings. And this is
true. Col. Johnstonie's speeches are
bound to make a fine impression on all
who hear them, as they are the utter
ances of a statesman-one who has gone
to the bottom of public questions. -Sum
The above paragraph states a con
dition that is remarkable. Not only
the newspapers, but other senatorial
candidates say that of all their com
petitors Col. George Johnstone has
made the most headway, and that he
is the man that they individually
have to beat. In other words, each
candidate figures it out that the race
lies between himself and Col. John
stone. This condition can be ex
plained in but one way. It has been
brought about by the sheer ability
of the man. Wherever he has ap
peared he has won distinction. -His
speeches in some cases have wrung ap
probation from those who otherwise
would have gone over bag and baggage
to some other fellow without thinking.
Col. Johnstone , as The Herald says, is
a statesman-one who has gone to the
bottom of public qu estions. He knows
things and if elected to the United
States Senate he would be able at once
to take rank with the men in the so
called "inner circle'' of the Senate.
composed of such men as Spooner,
Platt, of Connecticut, Allison and a
few others from the Republicans, and
welcomed into fellowship by Democrats
like Morgan of Alabama, Bacon of
Georgia, and others. He is able to
place his beloved State, for he does
love South Carolina, in the position she
has occupied in public life. South Car
olina should send statesmen, not politi
cians, to the United States Senate.
Col. Johnstone is a statesman, an able
one at that. -Greenwood Index.
1OR SALE I FIAVE LANDS IN
Newberry aind Lexingt *n (ro mrties
which I am anxious to sell. Will sell
cheap for cash or on reasonable terms.
1 mo. ft DAVID hIlPP.
THE COUNTY ;AMPAIt3N.
Th., t'amip%in Mee ings Will OpOn Up
Again On Turs.day At Prosperity.
After a rest of several days the county
candidates will have to resume their
rounds of the county next week, begin
ning on Tuesday at Prosperity, which
will be the opening meeting. The fol
lowing are the dates and places at
which the remaining meetings are to be
Prosperity, Tuesday, August 12.
Utopia, Wednesday, August 13.
Williams' Store, Thursday, August 14.
Longshore's, Friday, August 15.
Spearman's Spring, Tuesday, Aug. 19.
Whitmires, Wednesday, August 20.
Mt. Pleasant, Thursday, August 21.
Keitt's, Friday August 22.
Newberry, Saturday, August 23.
West End, Saturday night, Aug. 23.
Programmiie of Exrcisew at St. PhillIp4 on
Satnudav, Angu.t 16th, 1902, Rev.
P. H . i+ Derrick, Pastor.
Exercises begins at 10 o'clock.
Song, No. 24.
Address of welcome- Hampton Ruff.
Little Tommie's prayer-Cleo Banks.
Deeds of kindness-Floyd Lominick,
Novice Sheely, Ola Lominick, Alice
Wicker, Mary Lominick, Sarah Half
acre, Virginia Lominick.
Jesus everywhere-Elma Halfacre.
Loving words-Chrissie Ruff.
Song, No. 27.
Dialogue, New Year's resolve
George Koon, Nettie Banks, Maud
Motion song by the school, No. 189.
School of life-Ethel Halfacre.
A small boy's confession-Davi d Ruff.
Speak kind words-Laura Koon, Rama
Metts, Chrissie Sheely.
Song No. 115.
Jesus bids thee shine-Mary Wicker.
Seven wishes-Essie Sheely.
'Heavenly guide-Ethel Halfacre.
Little things-Annie Sligh.
Arose, a vision, and a life-Pearl
Song, No. 80.
Mother at the gate--Sarah Banks.
For us-Ola May Sligh, Annie Lomi
Sunday-school festival- Holland Ruff.
Oh for the robe of whiteness-Lydia
Obedience- Horace Lominick.
We pass this way but once-Minnie
Motion song, by the small scholars,
No sects in Heaven-Hattie Banks.
The Lutheran Church-Johnnie Folk.
The march of human life-Bernard
Friendship-Edgar Half acre.
Song, No. 112.
Dialogue: The new Sunday-school
scholar-Lula Halfacre, Talu Sligh,
Maud Halfacre, Vera Ig~minick.
The public is invited to come.
Items' from Beth Ed'n
We had a delightful rain yesterday
evening. The showers that we have
ad lately have improved the crops,
which suffered so form the hot dry
weather. The old corn was past re
emption but we have hope for the
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Abrams are
spending awhile with her mother, Mrs.
[izzie Hawkins. Mrs. Hawkins has
been sick but is much better.
Mrs. Robert Perry and children spent
several days at her father's, Capt.
H. H. Folk, this week.
Mr. A. C. Sligh has been threshing
for his neighbors this week, the yield
f grain in this community was exceed
Mr. R. H. Burton attended the inter
:enominational county Sunday school
onvention this week at Zion Methodist
Rev. W. W. MeMorri.3. was to at
tend the college reunion at Little Moun
It was my pleasure recently to spend
a day with Miss Rosa and Janie Spence,
they are so hospital and kind at their
Several of the children of Mr. A. C.
Sligh have had whooping cough. We
are glad to state that they are getting
well and the disease is not spreading in
On last Wednesday we gathered up
the little ones and went to the picnic
at King's Creek Church. We had a
pleasant picnic and nice dinner. In the
aftrnoon the party went up to Mr.
Calvin Baker's where the young people
passed the hours dancing. The music
was delightful and furnished by two
of the little "Chips" and two fri.ends.
Every one enjoyed it and we all wish
to thank and compliment them. After
leaving Mr. Baker's we stopped at Mr.
J. A. Richard's where wve were kindly
enter tained and just loaded down with
fine pears, apples and watermelons.
August 2, 1902.
In summer can be prevented 4
Litssaasbeneficial in sum mor
in winter. If you are weak or
run down, it will build you up.
send for free sample.
scoTT & BowNE,\ Cheist,
409-4T5 Pearl Street, New Yozrk. .e
emand $rCO- all druggists.
EW MACKEREL just received a
' e JAS. F. TODD & CO'S.
FOR: SALE-Two cows with youn;
ez.lves for sale by
THOS. F. HARMON.
SCRAP IRON WANTED-Highes
market price aid for scrap iron b;
JAMES F. TODD.
CA R R I A G E ACCOMMODATION:
for the public-I am running .
carriage and will be pleased to serv<
any who desire such service. Carriag(
exclusively for white people. Order,
left at Cabaniss' market will be proper
ly attended to. J. C. DOMINICK.
SWILL furnish a first class barbecu
Lat Young's Grove campaign day
August 12. Price 40 and 35 cents.
W. J. MILLS.
FOR SALE-8-horse Talbot Engine,
50-saw gin and condenser and powei
press, also shingle machine-cheap.
Apply to J. B. CLARY.
F;NE LOAD BRADFORD MEL.
lons. Saturday. I sell Grocerie:
cheaper for cash thaa any house.
J P. COOK
W ALL Paper can be had at Wooten's
where its kept in stock. tf
YOU want a cool coat? You can get
it at Wooten's. tf
YOUNG JACK fcr service. Apply
to A. L. Knigbo';.
t f M M. BUFORD.
SAVE things up t., date. Send your
Collars and Cutfs to Newherry
NO bundle too small, none too large,
to have our attention.
Newberry Steam Laundry.
CALL at The Herald and News office
for Labor contracts, Rent con
tracts, Liens, erc
C LEAN LINEN pays. In order tc
have it this way send it to New
berry Steam Luidry.
A ;L business that's busint ss is "re
ciprocity" business. We nelp
hot:e who help us; it pays us an them.
The Newberry Steam L- undry.
IF you have fault to find do not hesi
taie to to11 us. All complaints are
carefully considered at the Newberry
M ON EY TO LOA N-We negotiate
loans on improved fa- m lands at
eight par cent. intert-st on loi time.
Hunt. Hunt & Hun er, Attorneys
RUBBER STAMPS- ame stamp
15c. per line. Pads 10c. Dates,
merchants markin; outfits. J P. Cook.
Newberry, S. C., Rubber S'amp Manu
facturer. 6ms Itaw
i PECTACLES AND EYEGLASSES
Do .vour eyes ache and burn at
night? I bave t,be best trial case for
itting Spectacles and Eyeglasses, arnd
cn fit the most dimcult eyes, with ihbe
proper glasses. I have fitted gleses
for tbe best people in the eaunty and
can fit you. I use only the best grade
Crystaline lenses. Come and give me
a trial and be convinced. Strictly one
price to all. GUY DANIE LS,
Jeweler and Optician.
THE Newberry Roller Mill is now
&ready for grinding the new crop of
wheat. You can make engagements
for day or night. Remember they
grind for the tenth. The mill makes
less seconds and shorts and more first
lass flour than the other mills. Hence
it will pay you to take your wheat to
them. Their guarantee is more than
all other mill offers. Give them your
grinding and you will be better pleased
than anywhere else.
1.0. 0. F.
PULASKI LODGE NO. 20.
M EETS EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT
at 8 o'clock at their ball at the
Graded School building. Visitors cor
COLE. L BLEASE, N G
T. S. Hudson, Secretary.
Mayor KileRr Renominated.
W E, CITIZENS OF THE TOWN
of Newberry, S. C., take the
privilege without his permission of nom
nating Hon. Otto Klettiner again for
Mayor, trusting he will accept tnis nom
ination. He has so honestly, success
fully and earnestly served us as mayor,
and has done so much for the improve
ment of our streets, and put street
loafers to work, and we certainly think
he should serve the peoDle again. We
know he has neglected nis own business
and loss many dollars on account of be
ing away from his business to attend
to the business of the town.
There is much to be considered right
at the present time. Sewerage is bemn
put in. Who put forth this effort!
Kletner, the mayor. Everybody knows
we need sewerage, and have needed it
for ten years. Who is going to fimisla
all this work?
We feel under many obligations te
Honorable Mayor Otto Klettner. He
may have made a few enemies durimg
the two years he has been mayor, but
more friends than enemies; and if he
has made one enemny it was done .by do
ing his duty as mayor. No man is per
fect-not one. Our Saviour had so many
enemies by doing his duty until he was
We as voters of Newberry heartily
thank our honorable mayor for the goot
work he has done, and must truthfully
say he has done more than we expectec
of him. Very respectfully,
TOWN OF NEWBERRY.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLiNA
.[N THE UNITED STATES DIS
TRICT COURT--IN BANKRUPTCY
In re, W. A. Kinard & Co., Bankrupt.
ITOU ARE INFORMED AND NO
.. tified that W. A. Kinard & Co., o:
Newberry, S. C., was duly adjudicate<
a bankrupt by the United States Dis
trict Court, on the 1st day of August
1902, and that the matter has been re
ferred to me as referee to take suci
further proceedings as are required b2
law. The said Bankrupt has beel
ordered to present himself before me a
my office in Newberry, S. C., on th<
27th day of August, 1902, for the pur
pose of examination, and at that tim.
and lace there will be held a meetim
of the creditors of said Bankrupt fo
the purpose of 'electin g a trustee an'
transacting such other business as ma
properly come before the meeting.
R. H. WELCH,
Referee in Bankruptcy.
August 2, 1092.
our entire stocl
Muslins and Or
be closed out z
Also Odds and En
Lengths from ever
at reasonable pric
White Goods, Swi
tes, Wash Silks
Dress Goods. In fs
partment has bee
and you are the g
and take advantag
ALL LOW CUl
Ladies Oxfords worth $2.C
Ladies' " " $1.5
" " " $1.4
Misses Oxfords at the sar
Men's Low Cut Shoes at :
Men's and Boys' Straw I
BEAUTIFUL LAWNS I
Those worth 15c now 8 1-3<
now 7c., and many other
Wehave full stock Btterick Pattern:
for sale by single copy or ye
S. J. Wol
20 yds. Sea Island Cloth
At 0. KLETTNER'S, A
80 lbs Special Drive T wist Chew 1
ing Tobacco at only 25e per lb.
At 0. KLETTNER'S,
6 packages (16 oz eaeb) Wash IFr
ing Powders at only 25ec
At 0. KLETTNER'S, 30
Masors Frit Jars-1 doz. gals.$
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100 pairs Children's Slippers 13
worth $1.25 at only 6le. a pair. o
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12 lbs Arm anid Hammer KAg 4l
Soda at only 25c.
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10 y ds 40 in. Heavy Shbeting at CI
only 49c. ar
AT O.K LET'
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FULL 1 V ALUE FOR 3i
( of Printed
ds and Short
s Linen Batis
ict every de
n touched in
~e of this op
' S H OES.
)0, going at $I.00.
Q0, going at $ .75.
0" at .60.
5" at .45.
lats at half price.
. Those worth [Oc
good things being
on hand, also Delineators
at only 49 cents.
lbs good Rio Coffee for $1 00
nit Jar Robbers at only1 4e. dz.
L pairs Ladies' Slippers worth
1 50 going at 69c. a pair.
t 0. KLETTNER'S,
bars Good Washing-Soap at
t 0. KLETTNER'S,
>oxes of Star Lye at or Iy 25e
iina Plates, Cups and Saucers
only 10c. wortrh twice as mucb.
T N E R'S,
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