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Ice Cream Festival at smyra.
The Children's Missionary society of
Smyrna Church will serve ice cream
Friday evening from 6 to 11 o'clock at
Smyrna manse. The public is invited.
Shatter. all Kecords.
TNice in hospital, F. A. Gulledge,
Verbena, Ala, paid a vast sum to doc
tors to cure a severe case of piles,
causing 24 tumors. Wben all failed,
Buckien's Arnica Sa+ve soon cored
him. Sutadues Inflammation, conquers
Aches, kills Pains. B-s silve in the
world. 25c at all druggist.
Negro Woman Captured.
Sheriff Buford and his deputy arrested
a negro woman a few miles from town
yesterday that is wanted in Columbia.
She is charged with stealing about $15
worth of clothing. She will be carried
to Columbia today.
Just Look At Her.
Whence came that sprightly step,
faultless skin, rich, rosy complexioi,
smiling face. She looks good, feels
good Here's her secret She uses Dr.
King's New Life Pills. Result,- all
organs active, digestion good, no head
achas, no chance for "blues " Try
them.yourself. Only 25c at all drug- ]
Vicnic at Tt Plea+ant.
There will be a free picnic at Mt.
Pleasant campaign day, August 21st.
All are invited to attend with well
Refrehhnants will be sold on the
grounds for the benefit of the church.
als Sight Threatened.
"While picnicing last month my 11
ylar'old boy was poisoned by some t
weed or plant," says W. H. Dibble, of
Sioux City,.Ia. ' He rubbrd the poison
off bis hands into his eyes and forawbile
we were afraid he would lose his sight.
Finally a neighbor recommended De- c
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. The first t
application helped him and in a rew
days be was as well as ever." For skin
diseases, cuts, burns, scalds, wounds,
insect bites, DeWitt's Witch Hazel I
&lve is sure cure. Relieves piles at 1
once. Beware of cou,nterfeits. W. E.
Pelham & Son.
To Teach at Fairfax. f
is Annie Riser, of this city, has 1
been elected a teacher 'in the Fairfax
graded school for the ensuing term, and n
has accepted the position. Miss Riser
graduated from Newberry College in ~
the class of 1901, and since that time
has been engaged in teaching. She is il
a very successful teacher, and we con- I
-gratulate Fairfax upon securing her e
- I~s Need a TanIe.
There are .times when your liver
*>needs a tonic. Don't give purgatives
m t...L.hat gripe and weaken. DeWitt's Little
'~ary Riser's expel all poison from the d
system and act as tonic to the liver. W.o
5ot 3t HIghland ave., MMitan, .
says: "I have carried DeWitt's Little
Early Risera with me for several years
and would not be without,them." Small
and. easy to taske. Purely vegetable
They never .gripe or distress. W. E.
Pelham & Son.
Delegation For Johnstone. ]
Messrs. M. LB. Sturkey and J. P. F
Jennings headed a delegalion of voters b
for Abbeville, last Thurrday evening- I
buggies and wagons were called into
requisition-all fully surcharged witt
the-one most impoutant object-that of o
*sweRling the ranks af Johnstone voters. '1
The ride was long, rough and dusty,P
'but the boys mean business and will
put George in the Senate, if hard work
will do it. -McCormick Meisenger. d
.ti wt To my erens
Iti ihjoy I tell you what Kodol
did for me. I was troubled with my
stomach for several months. Upon being
advised toa use Kodol, I did so, and 13
words cannot tell the good it has done
me. A neigh bor had dyspepsia ao that
he had tried most everything. I told
him to use ISodoi. Words of gratitude
have come to me from him because I (
reoommended it.-Go. W. Fry, Viola, y
Iowa. Health and strength, of mind
and body, depend on the st"maoh, and
normal activity of the digestive organs. I
Kodol, the great reconstructive tonic, j
cures all stomach and bowel troubles,
indigestion, dyspepsia Kodol digests ~
any good food you eat. Take a dose
* after meals. W. E. Pelham & Son. (
SOnt to the Gang.
Magistrate Chappell sent to the chain
gang for 30 days on the 16th, Jim j
Smith, charged with injuring property
by throwing a rock through window
glass of a house belonging to Mr. Huff.
The same day he sent Ed Boyd to the
gang for 30 days for violating contract,
and on the 18th he sent Johxn Kelly to
the gang for 30 days for petit larceny,
also Gus Guyhon for 30 days for violat
ing contract, also Will Moore for 30
days for petit larceny. The sentence
in each case was $30 or 30 days, and
each man took the days and is pecking
rock for the county.
Cares IEesW.a, Ifchiog Rumor.. Pimples
and CarC,ancles. -- .osts mothing to try.
B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Calre) is now
recognized as a certain and sure cure
for ecsma, itching skin, humors, scabs
scale's, watery blisters, pimples, aching
bones or joints, boils, cr-'buncles, prick
ling pain in the skin, olo, eating sor. s,
ulcers, etc Botanic Blood Balm taken
nternally, cares the worst and most
deep-seated cases by enriching, purify
ing and vitalizing the blood, thereby
giving a healthy blood supply to the
skin. B->tanic 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 doctors, patent
medicines and hnt springs fail to cure.~
Druggists. $1. To prove B. B. B. cures
sample sent free and prepaid by writing
Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe
trouble, and free medical advice sent1
in sealed letter.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Mrs. W. F. Ewart is visitir
Miss Broddus is on a visit to he
ter at Pinebluff, Ark.
Mr. T. D. Lake, of Laurens, w
the city yesterday.
Miss Georgia Schumpert is vis
Miss Eugenia Summer.
John T. Duncan, Esq., of Colur
was in the city yesterday.
Rev. H. M. Henry, of Louisiana,
a visit to relatives in the county.
Prof. W. E. Black, of Wise's F<
paid us a pleasant call on Friday la
Jno. W. Earhardt is announced
candidate for Mayor in this paper.
Rev. J. A. Sligh was in the city
terday and paid this office a plea
Mrs. Joseph Mann and children ]
returned from their trip to Ashe,
Mr. B. M. West has moved his s
to the corner of Nance and FY
Friends of Dr. Van Smith place
in nomination for alderman I
The sewerage gang are busy leve
ip the streets. All the pipe has 1
The managers at the Whitmire
tre F. W. Fant, S. A. Merchant
rno. W. Scott.
Miss Fannie Oswald of Barre's, I
ngton County, is visiting friend:
Mr. W. C. Schenck, who has bee
rexas spending a while, has return(
County Chairman Goggans will I
he boxes and tickets ready to del
o the managers on Thursday morn
Miss Minnie Moses, who has beei
n extended visit to relatives in
ity has returned to her home in S
Eugene H. Blake has returned f
lewberry, where he has been visi1
or the last week. -Greenwood Inc
All persons interested in Kit
reek grave yard will please mee1
hat place Saturday morning to e
Laurens County's deputy sheriff
i the city yesterday. He came d<
or a couple of prisoners that ShE
luford had arrested for him.
Mr. T. B. Perry will give a barbe
1 Coppock's grove,.. near the Po'
[ouse, on Saturday, the day of
unty campaign meeting here.
Mrs. R. D. Smith and childrer
[ewberry are visiting Mrs. A.
hawkins on l[orth Church stree1
partanburg Journal, 15th.
Prayermeeting in the Central Mel
ist church will be held hereafter a
elock inisQ+-.oE A 10. es 0 1
aur cbariged to 5 o'clock also.
Mis'Minnie Schofield, of Davids
. C., and Miss Mayme Oetzel,
nion, after a ten days visit to hi
-T. Brown, left Saturday for Uni
Capt. W. H. Shelly and Mr. R.
ean will open a furniture store
fiend street at an early date, in
uilding formerly occupied by
[erald and News.
Of All Bot Weathler Enemies
f humanity cholera is the wol
reatment- to be effective must
rompt. When vomiting, purgmng
weat announce that the disease
resent, combat it with Perry Da
ainkiller. All bowel troubles,
iarrhea, cholera morbus and dys
ry are overcome by Painkiller. I
qually health-promoting in all clmal
Remaining in postoffice for week e
ig August 17, 1902:
l-Thos Baxler, IRev S Brooks,
Doskey Brown, A B Brown,]
- C U Carter, R C Campbell.
)-G H McDonald, Rose Denis.
'-Miss Athel Frasier.
[-Manley Hawkins, Vinny Hw3
1-J G Quarton.
;-Rev J D Shealey.
Persons calling for these letters
lease say they are advertised.
C. J. Purcell, P. A
A Neiessary Precaution.
Don't neglect a cold. It is w<
ban: unpleasant. it is dangerous.
xsi One Minute Cough Cure you
lre it at onice. Allays inflammat
~lears the head, soothes and streni
ns the mucu' membrane. C)
~ougs, croup, throat and lung ti
les. Absolutely safe. Acts imm
tely Children like it. W. E. Pell
Reunion of Company (I.
August 26 is the anniversary of C
pany G, 13th S. C. V., for their1
ism of fire. On this day the survi
ne wont to meet and look each o
in the face and rehearse old exi
nces. But the first Democratic
mary has been fixed for that day
the committee on arrangements has
lected Saturday, August 23, as
most' suitable day for holding the
unionl. As usual a business session
be held in the town of Prosperity
o'clock. The reunion barbecue
Young's Grove will be prepared by
Mils, and that name means somet
in connection with barbecue-and a
mon will be preached at the same p
All friends of the veterans and the
lic generally are invited.
J. M. Werts,
J. H. Dominick
L. S. Bowers,
A SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC.
ig in -
The O'Neall Street Sunday School Enjoys i
Day's Outing St Ebenezet.
r sis- .
I The O'Neall Street Methodist Sundai
as in School on Friday with their friends en
joyed themselves at Ebenezer beyon<
It is estimated that there were be.
abia, tween three and four hundred peop
present, and the picnic dinner servec
was an excellent one and bountiful.
is on The day was spent by the childrer
in playing games of amusement, anc
?rry, all were delighted.
st. Addresses suitable to the occasior
as a were made by Messrs. J. H. Chappell,
C. B. Tidwell, J. H. Hair, E. C. Jones
yes- and Theo. Danielson. Recitations and
Lsant songs by the children were also en
have All Were Saved.
'ile, "For years I suffered such untold
misery from Bronchitis," writes J. H.
tore Johnston of Broughton, Ga., "that of
iend ten I was unable to work. Then, when
everything else failed, I was wholly
cured by Dr. King's New Discovery for
him Consumption. My wife suffered in
'rom tensely from Asthma, till it cured her,
and all our experience goes to show it
is the best Croup medicine in the
ling world." A trial will convince you it's
:een unrivaled for Throat and Lung dis
eases. Guaranteed bottles 50e and $1.00.
Trial bottles free at all druggist.
and The Newberry Excursion.
Yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock the
. excursion from Newberry reached the
.in city. There were six coaches well filled
with negroes and one coach comforta
. bly filled with whites. The excursion
n ists were very much in evidence after
d to their arrival until the witching, waning
hour last night.
rave The street car was the most fetching
iver fascination for the negroes. Those who
ing. were not literally carried away, would
i on stand on the street corners and gaze in
the mute astonishment at the trolley. The
um- negroes visited all parts of the city,
and as a rule were quiet, orderly and
rom well behaved. The excursionists left
ting the city last night at 12 o'clock for
lex, Newberry. At last accounts no deaths
had occurred. -Spartanburg Herald,
16th Look Pleasant. Please.
ean Photographer C. C. Harlan, of Eaton,
0., can do so now, though for years be
was couldn't because he suffered untold
) agony from the worst form of indiges
tion. All physicians and medicines
riff .failed to help him till he tried Electrie
Bitters, which worked iauch wonders for
him that he declares th'y are a god
cue send to sufferers from dyspepsia and
rer stomaeb troub!es. Unrivaled for dis
the eases of the Stomach, Liver and Kid
neys, they bui'd up and give new life
to the whole system. Try themr. Only
Sof 50c. Guaranteed by all druggists.
St. Paui items.
ho- After an absence of several weeks I
t 5 come again with some news.
her bed. Her~condition seems to be no
of Mr. Mat Stone, of the Newberry
[rs. Cotton Mill, is at Mr. J. W. Wicker's
on. sick with fever.
M.I will omit the names of visitors in
on this community that visited here sev
th eral days ago, and make mention of
hthose that are visiting at present.
'e Miss Addie Hughey, of Greenwood
County, is visiting at Dr. Dunns.
Miss Emma Julia Dreher, of Lexing
e-ton County, is visiting at Col. T. W.
and Mr. Rahn Koon, son of Mr. Walter
is Koon, will leave this county next Mon
ns day to visit his brother and to .further
n- his education in the institutions of
t is Maryland.
es- One day last week a negro living on
the Luther Aull's old mill place near
Jolly Street, killed in the creek near
nd- the house, an alligator three feet long.
The negro saw the tracks and thought
anr it was the tracks of a turtle, followed
athe tracks and found an alligator in a
hole at the stream. The negro shot at
the gator and that enraged the animal,
and it untook to fight. The negro suc
'ceeded in killing it with a stick.
We spent two very pleasant nights in
res, the Silver Street community last week.
Wednesday night with the hospita
ble family of Mr. R. M. Werts and
Thursday night with Mr. Madison Pitts.
This is a fine community to live in, and
.good land too. Mr. R. M. Werts has
Nl some fine land for sale, just eight miles
Newberry court house.
-A little farther up we passed some
fine farms-that of Messrs. John Hipp,
Henry Fellers and others. They have
>rgood crops in this section.
canl Our pastor, Rev. J. A. Sligh, has re
ion, sumed his work after an absence caused
eth- by sickness, and a vacation given him
ires by St. Paul's congregation.
.dui. Mr. Thadeus Kinard has been elected
2am cotton weigher at Bomaria.
Some of our farmers are making a
supply of fine molasses for family use.
o- We had the pleasure recently of a
o-visit from our good friend, T. J. W.
bap- Come again we always enjoy your
ther Mr. L. I. Epiing, agent for the
~&i Farmers' Mutual Insurance Associa
pri tion of Newberry County. Will write
and your risks against fire, wind and light
se- ning. Address him at Sligh's, S. C.,
the for particulars.
re- The St. Paul's children's day will be
will on the 28th of this month; everybody
at 9 has a hearty welcome. Mr. J. D.
at Sheely has been elected delegate to
V. J- conference at Mt. Olivet 29to to 31st
hing instant. L. I. Epting is his alternate.
ser- Aug. 18, 1902. Push.
pub- Quick k..itr tor Astbma so5ffrerers
Foley's Honey and Tar affords im
-eit rle oashasfeesi
thie rlie stags andithaksterer in
willeforst stage Sld by Gldenr tim
willWefes. cr. odb Gle
"In a pure food case that was take:
up from Philadelphia to the Suprem
court of Pennsylvania,' says Publi
Policy, 'the plea was made that th
- law is not violated unless the quantit;
I of foreign substance on a food staple i
sufficient to injure health.' The Su
preme court decision is that any poison
ous ingredient, whether in quantity t
injure health or not, is a violation o
the statute. The cry goes up that thi
'will affect 20 per cent of the stock o
the average dealer.' If one-fifth of the
merchandise sold for food contains poi
sonous ingredients, there is a startlinl
necessity for the active measures. The
stupid plea that the poison is not enoug}
in any one article to hurt the consumei
indicates that the venders never giv(
enough thought to any aspect of the
question but the pursuit of the r.imbl(
dime and nickel to learn the effect of
the cumulative poisoning. Certainl)
when we hear from the trade itself thai
the practice of mixing poison in fooc
has attained a 20 per cent prevalence,
it is time for strenuous supuression,
aimed with the most vigor at the manu
facturers of such articles."
'In view of the above, had you not
better buy "Clifton" flour, a flour guar
anteed pure by the Anti-Adulteration
League. BRANSFORD MILLS.
W E, AS CITIZENS AND VOTERS
of the Town of Newberry, here
by nominate Jno. W. Earhardt for
Mayor of said Town, and pledge him to
abide the result of the Democratic pri
mary. CITIZENS AND VOTERS.
For Alderman-Ward 1.
MR. E. Y. MORRIS IS HEREBY
announced a candidate .for Alder
man for Ward 1, and is pledged to
abide the result of the primary election.
CITIZENS OF WARD ONE.
For Alderman -Wi rd 3.
W E TAKE PLEASURE IN PRE
senting Dr. Van Smith as a
suitable man to sei ve Ward 3 as Alder
man, and pledge him to abide the result
of the Democratic primary election.
RESIDENTS OF WARD 3.
W1E are ready to gin
your cotton at 75
cents per bale of 500
lbs., and sell you bag
ging and ties at 50 cts.
per bale, making $1.25
ner bale for ginning,
bagging andI ties.
Will pay 2 1 -cts. per
bushel (of 30 lbs.) for
cotton seed delivered
at- fl Mill
Newberry Oil Mill,
1L W. FLOYD, Manager.
Hello Central !----Give. Me 48
Ooniectine~ry all BMery!
They have all kinds of Bread
Patent Bread, -Milk Bread,
Graham Bread, Cream B3read,
Cap Bread, Rye Bread,
Kimmel Seed Rye Bread,
Boston Brown Bread.
Largest assortment of fresh, fancy
Cakes ever shown- here before.
Orders taken by Telephone and de
livered free of cbarge as we have out
our new delivery wagon.
Call and see us, or ring up Phone
H. A. Meyer & Son.
in large varieties from
a cheap Stick Pin to a
FINE GOL.D WATCH.
Call and examine my
stock before buying.
Jeweler and Optician.
Hr,etn-Fond Nor se.s(.
Another ridi: ulous food fad has been
branded by th most competent authori
ties. They h- .ve dispelled the silly no
tion that one kind of food is needed for
brain, another for muscles, and still
another for bones. A correct diet will
not only nourish a particuiar part of
the body, but it will sustain every other
part. Yet, however good your food
may be, its nutriment is destroyed by
indigestion or dlyspepsia. You must
prepare for their appearance or pre
vent their coming by taking regular
doses of Green's August Flower, the
favorite medicine of the healthy mil
tmltes. th ie ohealthy digetion,
stiulaes the bliverdt anhaesltyo acteon
burifiesthebd and ros you afeet
buoyan rlale vreedy Yoacnte
thsebl remen's Spaltlanc
na Green's Snecial Almanac.
1 AVE you seen our ready-made
muslin underwear for ladies?
Price is reduced, at Wooten.
WILL sell Boarding Houses and
t Hotels Tomatoes by dozen cheaper
than the cheapest.
J. P. CooK & Co.
> IXIE Mosqueto Canopies. Nets
1 and Frames $2.00. S. J. Wooten.
A. GRAHAM AND H. A. WICK
J er will furnish a first-class barbe
cue at Keitt's Grove on campaign day,
August 22. Gentlemen 40c; ladies 35c.
FOR SALE-8-horse Talbot Engine,
50-saw gin and condenser and power
press, also shingle machine-cheap.
Apply to J. B. CLARY.
%%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
FOR SALE. I HAVE LANDS IN
Ne wberry and Lexir.gt.>n Co nuties
which I am anxious to sell. Will sell
cheap for cash or on reasonable, terms
I mo. f&t DAVID I1IPP.
YOUNG JACK for service. Apply
to A. L. Knigbtort.
t f M M. BUFORD.
CLEAN LINEN pays. In order to
have it this way send it to New
berry Steam Laundry.
AVE things up to date. Send your
Collars and Cuffs to Newberry
NObundle too small, t-one too large,
to have our attention.
Newberry Steam Laundry.
CALL at The Herald and News office
for Labor contracts. Rent con- 4
tracts, Liens, etc.
A LL business that's busine-ss is "re
ciprocity" business. We r,elp
those who help us; it pay s us an them.
The Newberry Steam Liundry.
F you have fault to find do not hesi
tate to t ll us. All compl'kints are
carefully consid,-r,-d at the Newberry
MONEY TO LOAN-We negotiate
loans on improved farm lands at
eight per cent, interest on long time.
Hunt, Hunt & Hunter, Attorneys.
RUBBER STAMPS- ame stamp
15c. per line. Pads 10c. Dates,
merchants marking outfits. J P. Cook,
Newberry, S. C., Rubber S'amp Manu
facturer. 6mus Itaw
S PECTACLES AND EYEGLASSES
Do your ey es ache and burn at
night? I have the best trial case for
fitting Spectacles and Eyeglasses, and C
can fit the most difficult eyes, with the
proper glasses. I have fitted glassesc
for the best people in the county and
can fit you. I use only thbe best grade
Crystaline lenses. Come and give me
a trial and be convinced. Strictly one
p'rice to all. GUY DANIELS,
JIeweler and Optician.
THE Newberry Roller Mill is now
ready for grinding the new crop ofI
wheat.' You can make engagements
for day or night. Remember theyI
grind for the tenth. The mill makes
less seconds and shorts and more first- .
class flour than the other mills. Hence
l:Eif.' fIidifg aitee is moi'e thin
all other mill offers. Give them your
grinding and you will be better pleased
than anywhere else.
A LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
for damages against the Commis
sioners of Public Works caused by the
sewer lines running through private
property, are requested to file such
claims at the Commissioner' s office on
or before Saturday, August 23d, 1902.
F.M. BOYD, Supt.
ALL OVERSEERS ARE HEREBY a
Anotified to work their roads and
put same in good condition by Septem
ber 1st. Any one interested in a road
not having an overseer will please no- a
tify me at once.
J. M. SCHUMPERT,
Sheriff's Delinqunent Tax Sale y
BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION
Bto me directed by Jno. L. Epps, [
Esq., Treasurer of Newberry County,
I will sell on Monday, the 1st day of
September, 1902, (aleday) at New
beriy Court House, the following prop
A tract of land in No. 4 Township
containing Nine Hundred and Nine (909)
Acres, more or less, assessed to Mrs.
K. W. Davis' estate, plantation bounded
by lands of Geo. Se Mower, C. K. Baker,
Jno. N. Suber and others.
A tract of land in No. 8 Township,
assessed to Gross Floyd, containing Six
(6) Acres, more or less, bounded' by
lands of Frank Schumpert, Thomas
Herbert, Author Mendenhall and others.
Terms of sale :-Cash. Purchaser to
pay for papers.
S ale of personal property for delin
quent taxes will be advertised later.
M. M. BUFORD,
Sheriff Newberry County. I
Sheriff's Office, Aug. 11, 1902.
N otice of Final Settle- (
ment and Discharge.
N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
I will make a final settlement on
the estate of Lewis Boyd, deceased in
the Probate Court for Newberry County, F
S. C., on Monday the 15th day of Sep
tember, 1902, at 11 o'clock in the fore
noon, and will immediately thereafter *4
apply for letters dismissory. All per- j
sons holding claims against said estate
will render in the same duly attested, I
and those indebted will make payment C
on or before that date.
M. A. RENWICK, Executor.
Newberry, S. C., August 11, 1902.
(B, M,. OI Walila Cll'sUo1o, RicuIOllA, Ya.)
INSTRIM E TA MIC.
Studio Over Mower's Store.
Special attention paid
----- -- ---to beginners.
School opens Sept. 1st, 1902.
Terms: $2.50 for 8 lessons.
WA E HAVE ti
our entire stock
Muslins and Org
be closed out at
Also Odds and End
Lengths from every
at reasonable price
White Goods, Swiss
:es, Wash Silks ai
Dress Goods. In fac
)artment has been
ind you are the ga
rnd take advantage
...DIXIE CANOPES ARE
We have a few left an
hem out. They have been
nd $3.00. The price now is
This is your opportunity
.t a very low price.
/lany bargains in Shoes, Ha
)ry Goods for the next 2 wee
PATTERNS AND FASH
S. J. WOO
Jur Great Sumn
3LOTHING, LOW CUT SHO
"RO M now until Sept. I st. w
mer Clothing, Low Cut E
-lats at New York cost. The:
Lnd from the best manufacti
1ay at Cost we mean what t'
n New York with no percent;
Me have reduced prices on e
stock. If you are in quest of
ind Rare Bargains now is the
iew, clean and stylish good
>leasure in showing and prici
No Goods Cliarged at
s and Short
:t every de
of this op
d wish to close
selling at $2.75
cut to $2.00.
to get the best
ts, Clothing &nd
gr Sale of
ES, H ATS, ETC.
will sell all Sum
hoes and Straw
se Goods are new
arers. When we
te Goods cost us
ige added to you.
very article in our
chance to secure
s. We will take
ng these goods.