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A ~vt tvald and*,tw~
A Delightful Time.
There were quite a number of veter
ans from Newberry who attended the
annual reunion at Greenvilie last week,
all of whom were delighted with their
trip, reporting a pleasant time with
their old comrades.
Just Look At Her.
Whence came that sprightly step,
faultless skin, rich, rosv complexio ,
smiling face. She looks good, feels
good Here's her secret Sbe uses Dr.
King's New Life Pills. Result,-all
organs active, digestion good, no betd
achas, no chance for "blues " Try
them yourself. Oaly 25c at all drug
Death of an Infant.
- The infant child of Prof. and Mrs.
H. B. Dominick, died at the home of
Mrs. Fulmer, in this city on Thursday
last. Tue remains of the little one
were buried on Friday at Piney Woods
Shatters all mecowds.
Twice in hospital, F. A. Gulledge,
Verbena, Ala , paid a vast sum to doc
tors to cure a -severe case of piles,
causing 24 tumors. When all failed,
Bucklen's Aruica Sa've soon cnred
him. Subdues Inflammation, conqucre
Aches, kills Pains. Best salve in the
world. 25c at all druggist.
Mimnaugh has carpenters at work
putting up new shelving in his already
spacious establishment, which he ex
pects to have jammed with goods-every
available space- being used between
floor and ceiling. In a few days he will
begin his annual odds and ends sale which
- will give the public opportunities to get
bargains unheard of before. Watch
A Necessary Precaution.
Don't neglect a cold. It is worse
than unpleasant. It is dangerous. By
using One Minute Cough C-ra you can
cure it at once. Alys inflammation,
clears the bead, soothes and strength
ens the mucu' membrane. Cures
'coughs, croup, throat and lung trou
bles. Absolutely safe. Acts immedi
ately. Children like it. W. E. Pelham
Newberry's First Kale.
Mr. J. J. Lane again has the honor
of selling the first bale of new cotton
in this county this season. Mr. Lane
is a hustler and seldom gets left. He
marketed his bale yesterday afternoon.
It was classed as strict middling and
was sold to Summer Bros., for 81-2 ets.
The bale weighed 535 pounds. He also
sold the seed to Summer Bros., at 20c.
per bushel, realizing something over $50
for cotton and seed. We congratulate
It Needs a Tonte.
~-There are times when your liver
Deeds a tonic. Don't give purgatives
that gripe and weaken. DeWitt's Little
Early Riser's expel all poison from the
system and act as tonic to the liver. W.
-Scotts, 531 HIghland ave., Milton, Pa.,
says: "I have carried DeWitt's Little
Early'Risers with me for several years
and would not be without them." Small
and easy to take. Purely vegetable.
They never gripe or distress. W. E.
Pelham & Son.
.Geo. Johnlstome.S winner.
It is generally predicted by the know
- ing ones that Col. George Johnstone
will certainly be in the second race for
the Senate. The statesman from New
berry is making friends and votes all
over the State, and as things look now
he will win the blue ribbon in the race.
. And he will wear it with honor to him
self and his State. If you want to
pick a winner, Johnstone is the man. -
Sumter Herald, 8th.
. Look Pleasant. Please.
* Photographer C. 0. Harlao, of Eaton,
0., can do so now, though for years he
couldn't because he suffered untold
agorny from the worst form of ind iges
tion. All physicians and medicines
failed to help him till be tried Electric
Bitters, w hich wo ked such w. .nders for
him that he declares they are a god
send to sufferers from dy spepsia and
stomach troubies. Uiurivaled for dis
eases of tbe Stomach, Liver and Kid
neys, they build up and. give new life
to the whole system. Try tbem. Only
50c. Guaranteed by all druggists.
The Atlantic Coast Line Railroad is
offering cheap excursion rates to the
seahore and mountain resorts of the
Carolinas and Virginia for August 20th.
In addition to the special low rates,
they will operate through Pullman
sleepers from Jacksonville, Fla., to
Norfolk, Va., leaving former point at
9.00 a. mn. These rates and schedules
will offer excellent opportunity for
parties desiring to make a business trip
or to take a vacation at a very little
cost and receive benefit of all modern
conveniences, which includes the very
best dining car service.
Oures Eez-mna, Iehing Haunsor.. imples
and Carbancles. - ;o.ts nothing to try.
B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) is now
recognized as a certain and sure cure
for eczema, itching skin, humors, scabs
scales, watery blisters, pimples, aching
bones er joints, boils, carbuneles, prick
ling pain in the skin, old, eating sorss,
ulcers, etc. Botanic Blood Balm taken
internally, cures the worst anid most
deep-seated cases by enriching, purify
ing and vitalizing the blood, thereby
giving a healt by blood -supply to the
skin. Botanic Blood Balm is the only
cure to stay cured, for these awful.
annoying skin troubles. Heals every
sore and gives the rich glow of health
to the skin. Builds up the broken
down body and makes the blood red and
nourishing. Especially advised for
chronic, old cases that docrors, patent
medicines and hot springs fail to cure.
Druggists, $1. To prove B. B. B. cures
sample sent free and prepisid by writing
Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe
trouble, and free medical advice sent
in sealed letter.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
We had a delightful rain in Newbtrry
The ticket for the primary will be a
The primary election is only two
weeks from today.
The cotton crop will be a little earlier
this year than usual.
Miss Ammie Tarrant is visiting rela
tives in Greenville.
Mrs. H. C. Hunter has returned from
visit to relatives at Hodges.
Miss Louise Scott is spending a while
with relatives in Greenville.
Miss Ethel Duncan, of Jalapa, is
visiting friends in Greenwood.
Miss Sarah Chalmers, of Jalapa, is
visiting relatives in Greenwood.
Brick-laying was begun on the hose
wagon house yesterday morning.
Mr. C. W. Bishop has returned from
a few days stay at Harris Springs.
Miss Myrtie Schumpert has returned
from a visit to friends in Charlotte,
Mr. W. Ernest Merchant has re
turned from Glenn Springs much im
Mr. Jas. A. Bowers, of Atlanta, is in
the city for a week or ten 'days to visit
It is estimated that in the coming
State primary election over 90,00 votes ]
will be polled.
Ed Young, colored, brought a curi
osity in the shape of a twin squash to
this office yesterday.
The Newberry Cotton Mills is closed
down this week and the operatives are
enjoying a vacation.
The Sunday Schools of West End will
give a picnic at Ebenezer Camp Ground
on Friday of this week.
Miss Hattie Leavell has returned
from a trip to Wrightsville Beach and
other points in North Carolina.
Mr. 0. M. Jamieson left last week to
visit relatives in Mississippi. He will
be absent for about ten days.
Mrs. R. H. Jennings, of Columbia,
spent several days of the past week
with the family of Mr. W. S. Mann.
Mr. R. .W. Hutchinson has returned a
from a visit to Greenville, Spartanburg,
and Gaffney, and reports a delightful
Magistrate Chappell sent George
Lark, colored, to the chaingang last i
Friday for thirty days for breaking i
Mrs. T. C. Cannon received a gold
medal on a rug made by herself which
she had on exhibition at the Charleston
Miss Annie Aiken went to Newberry
yesterday to visit her friend, Miss Pel
am, of that city. -Greenwood Daily
ndex, 10th inst.
The sheriff did not make his delin
uent tax sale on the first Monday, and
the sales are re-advertised for the first
Mlonday in September.
Rev. M. J. Epting, of Savannah, who
is visiting in the town and county, j
preached an excellent sermon in the
Church of the Redeemer on Sunday. ]1
Mr. L. Irenius Epting has the thanks (
of the force of typos of this office for
a delightful treat on Saturday, consist- ji
ing of watermelons and grapes. They :
were highly enjoyed. t
An old colored woman, Mary Sondley,
was found dead in bed at her home in i
the county, one mile beyond Gibson's, 1
on Wednesday. Coroner Lindsay pro- 1
nounded it death from natural causes. I
Mrs. B. F. Clark and daughter, of I
Gainesville, Ga., have been in the city
for the past several days visiting rela
tives. She is spending this week with
her sister, Mrs. A. P. Pifer.
Messrs. Jas. F. Todd, Jacob B. Fel
lers and J. Quincy Black have formed a
partnership and will run a grocery busi
ness at McCarty's old stand under the
frm name of Jas. F. Todd &Co.
The ladies have returned $75 of the
$100 appropriated by the city council3
to them for the purpose of getting up 1
an exhibit at the Charleston Exposi-|
tion. The ladies had a very creditable|
exhibit and did remarkably well.|
* I Never Knew Palu KlUer to Fail
before, what can the matter be? Where
is the bottle? There, I thought so; it is
not Perry Davis' Painkiller at all, but
something the dru 'st must have 1
made himself and I d not notice it; I
have used Painkiller for years for
diarrhoea, cramps ,and stomach aches
and it never failed."
The WE 3t End Entertiane.nt. -
The entertainment at the the Old.
Chapel in West End Saturday after-j
noon and evening was a success. The|
barbecue was a good one, and the pro-|
moters made a success of it. The
entertainment in the chapel, consisting
of comedy sketches, was largely at
tended, and the acting far above that
of the average amateur.
The political end was also by no
means a failure. The candidates were
there, and each one had friends in the
crowd, that is if one is to judge from
the cheering. Several made speeches
and discussed the issues of the cam
It was altogether a very pleasant
All Were saved.1
"For years I suffered such untold~
misery from Brouchitis," writes J. H.
Johnston of Broughton, Ga., "t bat of
ten I was unable to work. Then, when
everything else failed, I was wholly
cured by Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption. My wife suffered in-I
tensely from Asthbma, till it vured her,
and all our experience goes to show it
is the best ('roup medicine in the
world." A trial will convince you it's
unrivaled for Throat and Lung dis
eases. Guaranteed bottles 50c and $1.00.j
Trial bottles tree at all druggist.
THE DISPENS&RY ELECTION.
Mr. T. L. B. Epps Elected Clerk-Dispei
ser Mayer Had no Opposition.
The County Board of Control met o
Saturday for the purpose of holdin
their annual election for dispensers a
Newberry and Prosperity, and a cler
for the Newberry dispensary.
Dispenser Mayer, of Newberry, ha
no opposition, and of course was re
elected, which is a high compliment t
There were several applicants fo
clerk and T. L. B. Epps was the sue
eessful man, and Saturday afternooi
was receiving the congratulations of hi
friends. Mr. Will Thomas, the retirini
clerk, has made a good one as far as w,
know, but the board had to make a de
cision and it was in favor of Mr. Epps
Mr. Lester Bedenbaugh was re-electei
dispenser at Prosperity.
Mayor Klettner Declines.
ro my Friends and Fellow Citizens:
While I fully recognize and highli
ippreciate the honor of being mayor o:
Newberry, S. C., especially the distinc
ion of seeing my name again place<
For the third time in renomination foi
this high and honorable position, an<
vhile I am under many many obliga
:ions to my friends and fellow citizens
is well as to every officer of the presen1
own and county administration, wh<
iave so loyally stood by me during m3
erm of office. I feel, however, that ]
:annot conscienciously stand for re.
?lection, having said to my friends lasi
rear, when I consented to run, that ]
vould not be a candidate for said offic(
his year. Considering my word m3
>ond, I hereby respectfully, but posi
;ively decline to stand for re-election.
['hanking every one for all kind consid
,ration extended to me, and assuring
rou that I shall ever remember anc
iold forever dear to memory the citi
;ens of Newberry, S. C.
I remain yours under obligation,
His Sight Threatened.
"While picniciug last month my 11
,er-old boy was poi6oned by some
reed or plant," says W. H. Dibble, of
;ioux City, Ia. "He rubb-d the poison
> his hands into his eyes and for awbilt
re were afraid be would lose his sight.
inally a neighbor recommeuded De
Vitt's Witch Hazel Salve. The first
6pplication helped him and in a few
lays he was as well as eve r." For skin
liseases, cuts, burns, scalds, wounds,
sect bites, DeWitt'a Witch Hazel
alve is sure cure. Relieves piles at
nce. Beware of counterfeits. W. E
melam & Son.
News from I'xceilor.
We had afine rain on Saturday. Fod.
ler pulling is now in order, and cotton~
s opening rapidly. The cotton crop is
~oing to be a little short to what was
nce expected, but the corn crop is bet.
er than has been for several years.
Miss Lula Rikard of Long Lane sec*
ion is visiting in the community.
Miss Eva Matthews, after spending
ome time with relatives in this see
ion, will return to her home at Ninety.
ix this week.
Mrs. D. B. Cook and children spent
ast week with relatives in Saluda
g'Ir. Editor, you have our sympathy
n the sad death of your son. He was
bright boy and gave promise of a
Our public roads are now being
orked. The majority of our people
>aid their commutation road tax and
Lence the roads are generally worked
>y hired hands and the roads can be
:ept in better condition.
Mr. Ira Nates will return to his post
>f duty in Columbia this weisk after.a
wo weeks stay at his father's home
Mrs Kinard is spending afew days in
Mr. Pink Cook and wife, of Columbia,
re spending a few days with his fath*
Last Friday we attended,the Sunday
hool picnic at Mt. Pilgrim church.
dr. J. W. Hartman, the able superin
endent of the Sunday-school, had made
~very a,rrangement for a pleasant oc
asion and the large audience was nol
isappointed by any means. At 1(
~'clock the people assembled in the
:hurch and the exercises were opened
vith prayer by Mr. W. W. Hodges,
ud after a few sweet pieces of music
y the school, interesting Sunday
>chol addresses were made by Prof.
E. 0. Counts, Mr. Jno. C. Goggans an(
VIr. F. W. Higgins. The .benedictior
as then pronounced by Rev. W. W.
McMorris and the exercises were closec
or the day. The next thing then was
linner, and after the table was fillet
writh good eatables, just such things a:
:he ladies of the community know hov
to prepare for such occasions, the larg4
mdience was invited to come and par
ake, and plenty was left. The after
loon was spent in various ways o:
pleasure and the day will long be re
membered by all present. Sigma.
Another ridiculous food fad has bee!
branded by the most competent authori
ties. They have dispelled the silly no
ion that one-kind of food is needed fo
brain, another for muscles, and stil
another for bones. A correct diet wil
rot only nourish a particuiar part o
the d,but it will sustain every othe
part. Yet, however good your foo
may be, its nutriment is destroyed b;
indigestion or dyspepsia. You mus
prepare for their appearance or pre
vent their coming by taking regula
doses of Green's August Flower, thi
favorite medicine of the healthy. mi
lions. A few doses aids digestior
stimulates the liver to healthy actior
purifies the blood, and makes you fed
buoyant and vigorous. You can ge
this reliable remedy at
Get Green's Special Almanac.
TO THE MINING CONGRESM.
n Oovernor Appoiats Delegates to Go to
n Gov. McSweeney yesterday notified
g Irwin Mahon, secretary of the Inter
t national Congress, at Butte, Montana,
k that he had appointed the following L
delegates to the fifth annual session of
d the international congress, which con
- venes in Butte on Sept. 1: Col. John I
D B. Cleveland, Spartanburg; LeRoy
Springs, Lancaster; N. B. Dial, Lau- Ai
r rens; David Lopez, Beaufort; H. H.
- Newton, Bennettsville; James McIntosh, $
1 0. M. Jamieson, 0, B. Mayer, Jas. ca:
s Y. Culbreath, S. L. Powell and W. K. an
Sligh, Newberry; and Earle Sloan, ex
Charleston. -The State, 10th. lef
To My Friends.
i It is with joy I tell you what Kodol
did for me. I was troubled with my
stomach for several montbs. Upon being Au
advised to use Kodol, I did so, and
words eannot tell the good it has done -
me. A neighbor had dyspepsia ao thatjI
r he had tried most everything. I told
him to use Kodol. Words of gratitude Apr
have come to me from him because I Ap
recommended it.- Geo. W. Fry, Viola,
Iowa. Health and strength, of mind
and body, depend on the stcmacb, and
normal activity of the digestive organs.
Kodol, the great reconstructive tonic,
cures all stomach and bowel troubles,
indigestion, dyspepsia. Kodol digeSts
any good food you eat. Take a dose
after meals. W. E. Pelham & Son. wb
Remaining in postoffice for week end
ing August 11, 1902:
B-Miss Alice A B Bager, Edw Buch
annon, Mrs Emma Barksdale, Miss
Fallies Brasley, Miss Rillia Book
man, Miss Lucille Boozer, Abe t
C- E P Cannon, Coner Lay Carp, C U
Carter, Rev Thos A Campbell,
Henry Chomp, 0 L Crooks, Mrs c
D- Maggie Delany. tra
E - J C Edwards. C
F - Sarah Freeman.
G- Mrs Robert Goldbeck, James Green,
W S Grenobles, Oscar Leroy, H F A
H-Mattie Hill, T L Helmes, Carrie h
Hunter, Mattie Hunter, W H .
J-I G Johnson, Viney A Johnson, car
Mattie Jones, Jacob Jones, Willie ar
Jackson, James Jackson. -
K- A S Koon, Mrs Saly Kindy.
L -Miss Dessie Lessian, C L Living- eig
M-John T Martin, Mary Lue Moore,
D C Means.R
P - Thomas Paysingle, Kattie Pearson. me
R-J M Rice, H S Wrightmire (2), N'e
Mrs Annia Robertson. fa'c
S - C H Smithers, J C Scobell, Samson y
Sheely, R C B Shears, Wm Stro- S
ader (2), Miss Brilla Summers, M L nig
Shell, Mrs Issac Slenn, Miss Re- fitt
becker Starling, Julia A Speak, e~i
Eugenia D Smt-for
T - Eula Talbert. car
W-J L Welch, W G Wallman, E W Cr:
Wallace, Robert Whitney, Z Wil- at
lard, Miss G Williams, Miss Susie r
Y-J H Young.
B-Josepine Boozer, Wilber Brown. for
F-A F Funderburk.
H-W D Harned, S Holmes. cia
M-Mrs B P Matthews, S P Mills. it
P-Rev W M Pinson, Mrs J L Patton. all
S-J S Sampson.gr
Persons calling for these 'letters will tha~
please say they are advertised. -
C. J. Purcell, P. M.
Tell Your Neighbors w
that you have bought your flour from 1 e
Bransford mills and you will be asue
that you could have not bought better.
This is a SATISFACTION TO YOU to S
start out with. It is a comfort to know t
that you have the best. Long use will L
complete your satisfaction. It is the -
satisfaction from long use experienced
by housekeepers everywhere, that has
established confidence in "Clifton" r
flour. Good words for it, which you a n
hear on every hand, spring from this at
confidence. In justice to your best in- at4
terests you ought to use "Clifton." t
JAMES F. TODD, JACOB B. FEL- si
lers and J. Quincy Black, have sev
formed a copartnership for sellingpr
staple and fancy groceries at R. B. 'cla
McCarty's old stand. We invite the or
public to call and see us.
JAS. F. TODD & CO.
Notice of Final Settle
ment and Discharge. u
XOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
?I will make a final settlement on noi
the estate of Lewis Boyd, deceased in tif;
the Probate Court for Newberry County,
S C. on Monday the 15th day of Sep
Etember, 1902, at 11 o'clock in the fore- -
noon, and will immediately thereafter
appl for letters dismissory. All per- $1
sons holding claims against said estate
will render in the same dul attested, B
and those indebted will a a pyent Es
on or before that date.
M. A. RENWICK.. Executor. S
'Newberry, S. C., August 11, 1902. b
I(B, I, Of Voinln's Co16[6, RiIolOli, Va) E
e Studio Over Mower's Store. H
Special attention paid p
---- -- --to beginners.
~t School opens Sept. 1st, 1902.
Trms: $2.50for 8 lessons. j
EW MACKEREL just received at
JAS. F. TODD & CO'S.
'OR SALE-Two cows with young
calves for sale by
THOS. F. HARMON.
CRAP IRON WANTED-Highest
market price paid for scrap iron by
JAMES F. TODD.
A. GRAHAM AND H. A. WICK
, er will furnish a first-class barbe
e at Keitt's Grove on campaign day,
igust 22. Gentlemen 40c; ladies 35c.
IA R RI A GE ACCOMMODATIONS
' for the public-I am running a
rriage and will be pleased to serve
y who desire such service. Carriage
elusively for white people. Orders
t at Cabaniss' market will be proper
attended to. J. C. DOMINICK.
WILL furnish a first class barbecue
at Young's Grove campaign day,
gust 12. Price 40 and 35 cents.
W. J. MILLS.
'OR SALE-8-horse Talbot Engine,
50-saw gin and condenser ar-d power
ass, also shingle machine-cheap.
ply to J. B. CLARY.
ALL Paper can be had at Wooten's
where its kept in stock. tf
OU want a cool coat? You can get
it at Wooten's. tf
1P SALE. I HAVE LANDS IN
New berry and Lexingtwn Co: ities
ich I am anxious to sell. Will sell
ap for cash or on reasonable terms.
mo. f&t DAVID HIPP.
OUNG JACK for service. Apply
to A. L. Knighto'.
tf - M M. BUFORD.
[AVE things up to date. Send your
Collars and Cuffs to Newberry
O bundle too small, none too large,
to have our attention.
Newberry Steam Laundry.
ALL at The Herald and News ofce
for Labor contracts, Rent con
cts, Liens, etc
LEAN LINEN pays. In order to
have it this way send it to New
,ry Steam Laundry.
LL business that's busintss is "re
ciprocity" business. We nelp
tse who help us; it pays us an them.
The Newberry Steam Laundry.
you have fault to find do ii' t hesi
tale to te-ll us. All complaints are
,efutly con,sider-d at the Newberry
ON EY TO LOA N4-We negotiate
loans on improved farm lands at
ht per cent. interest on long time.
at, Hunt & Hunter, Attorneys.
UBBER STAMPS- ame stamp
15c. per line. Pads 10c. Dat es,
rchants marking outfits. J. P. Cook,
wberry, S. C., Rubber S'amp Manu
'urer. 6ms Itaw
PECTACLES AND EYEGLASSES
Do your eyes ache and burn at
bt? I have the best trial case for
ng Spectacles and Eyeglasses, and
fit the most dimcult eyes, with h e
iper glasses I have fitted glasses
the best people ina the eaunty and
Sfit you. I use only thbe b&st grade
ystaline lenses. Come aurt give me
rial and be convinged. Strictly one
ce to all. GUY DAN IELS,
Jeweler and Optician.
HE Newberry Roller Mill is now
ready for grmnding the new crop of
eat. You can make engagements
day or night. Remember they
nd for the tenth. The mill makes
seconds and shorts and more first
ss flour than the other mills. Hence
v'ill pay you to take your wheat to
m. Their guarantee is more than
other mill offers. Give them your
rding and you will be better pleased
n anywhere else.
It dosn't pay to be a
ile behind the band
agon. Be in it and
t the other feliw do
e following, MorEL
nd your laundry to
e Newberry Steam
HE TRUSTEES OF ST. PHILIP'S
school, Township No. 11, will hold
eeting on Friday, August 15, 1902,
1 p. in., for the purpose of electing
hacher. Applications must be handed
ither of the undersigned.KON
D. A. RUFF.
R. C. SLIGH.
LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
L for damages against the Commis
ners of Public Works caused by the
er lines running through private
>perty, are requested to file such
ims at the Commissioner's office on
before Saturday, August 23d, 1902.
F. M. BOYD, Supt.
LL OVERSEERS ARE HEREBY
. notified to work their roads and
:same in good condition by Septem
L st. Any one interested in a road
having an overseer will please no
yr me at once.
J. M. SCHUMPERT,
iriff's Delinqluent Tax Sale
Y VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION
to me directed by Jno. L. Epps,
q., Treasurer of Newberry County,
vill sell on Monday, the 1st day of
ptember, 1902, (Saleday) at New
cry Court House, the following prop
;v, viz: -
i. tract of land in No. 4 Township
ritaining Nine Hundred and Nine (909)
:res, more or less, assessed to Mrs.
W. Davis' estate, plantation bounded
lands of Geo. S. Mower, C. K. Baker,
o. N. Suber and others.
A tract of land in No. 8 Township,
sessed to Gross Floyd, containing Six
) Acres, more or less, bounded by
aids of Frank Schumpert, Thomas
2r bert, Author Mendenhall and others.
Terms of sale:- Cash. Purchaser to
Sale of personal property for delin
ient taxes will be advertised later.
M. M. BUFORD,
Sheriff Newberry County.
Shr's Offce Aug. 11. 1902.
W E HAVE
our entire sto
Muslins and C
be closed out
Also Odds and E
Lengths from evt
at reasonable pr
White Goods, Sv
tes, Wash Silks
Dress Goods. In
partment has be
and you are the
and take advant
ALL LOW CU
Ladies Oxfords worth $~
Misses Oxfords at the e
Men's Low Cut Shoes a
SMen's and Boys' Straw
Those worth 15c now 8 1
now 7c., and many oth
Wehave full1 stock Butterick Patte
for sale by single copy or
Our Great Sun
CLOTHING, LOW CUT
FRmer Clothing ,Low
Hats at New York cost.
and from the best manu
n New Yrkwit enn per
We have reduced prices
and Rare Bargains nouw
new, clean and stylish &
No Goods Clhar ge
:k of Printed
:nds and Short
as, Linen Batis
fact every de
en touched in
age of this op
T S HO ES.
2.00, going at $1.00.
.50, going at $ .75.
1 .00, " at .60.
.75, " at .45.
.t same reduction.
SHats at half price.
.3c. Those worth l0c
er good things being -
rns on hand, also Delineators
Imer Sale of
BHOES, HATS, ETC.
~t. we will sell all Sum
:ut Shoes and Straw
These Goods are new
facturers. When we
at the Goods cost us
:entage added to you.
on every article in our
at of first-class Goods
s the chance to secure
goods. We will take
pricing these goods.
I at Cut Prices.
y Hotel Biock.